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"mutare" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

01:43 min | 5 months ago

"mutare" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"They're going to be able to extract information from you because the con men are very good at what they do. So that would be my party thought. And you were you were mentioning Robinhood, which it was millions and millions of dollars. Yes. About 30 million all in right now. And that's what has been disclosed. 20 million was just recent. That was a shareholder lawsuit. But the numbers can go much, much higher. As I said, the average is 4.5 million. I've seen government entities when I say government local towns. Paying 600,000 to a $1 million. These are these are small entities, but they are compromised. They can't recover their systems. And they have to pay the bad guys, the bad actors to give them the codes they can access their data again. Then they resell it anyway on the dark web. So you're damned if you do, you're damned if you don't. So brand damage for Robinhood, the brand damage was incredible. They lost, this was before the stock market crashed. They lost half their market cap right after the breach was disclosed. Wow. Well, I want to thank you very much for coming by and sharing this information and ensuring some of these graphics. It's very interesting to actually see what this looks like to see how this occurs and also to have that information to just the thing to do is just prevent it from happening in the first place. Correct. It's the old cliche an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

"mutare" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

04:48 min | 5 months ago

"mutare" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"So you have to justify what you were doing during that time. And then get ready for the next call. And it happens all the time. We see these calls pouring into contact centers. It's a robocall. It finally gets to the to the agent and it's dead air when they answer the phone. Can I try to do this on my own? Can you try to do the side you're wrong? Well, if you had a developer team of 20 devs and three years of time, you could probably build the system. But why would you do that when you can just get it from us? So that's sort of what I was wondering about, rich is, what's the case here? In other words, how does this approach compare to everything else that's out there? Well, there really is. There really isn't a lot out there. We do have one or two competitors, there is a company that has been in this industry for a long time, but their technology is relatively old, and it doesn't, it doesn't combine all 5 of these technical controls. They were really focused more on government tdap attacks where if you're a 9-1-1 call center, they're your guys. They'll help you stop a T dos attack, but they really weren't focused on unwanted call traffic. They were focused more on stopping in nefarious actor, for example, if you look at the 9-1-1 crisis that we went through, I'm sorry, the 9 11 crisis that we went through. If you have an attack infrastructure, physical attack by a terrorist organization, one of the things that they will try to do is stop 9-1-1 calls from coming into public safety, organizations, so they'll try to overwhelm them overwhelm them with a T dos attack. That's doesn't happen in business. You don't see T dos. I'm happening in business what you do see are spam storms. So here on the screen where you see these purple lines that are spikes. These are spam storms that a lot of telecom folks would tell you is a tdap attack. It's not T dos. This is just an unusual call pattern of robocalls.

"mutare" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

04:55 min | 5 months ago

"mutare" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"And that's the key here when you're looking at an enterprise, they're getting all of these unwanted calls. And that adds up very quickly. If you just take a look at labor savings alone, you're talking, depending on the size of the enterprise, these can be tens of thousands of hours of calls per year that are unwanted. I was working with a prospective customer just the other day, and they were getting a 100,000 calls per month. Into their contacts center that were unwanted. And they really are big on the customer experience, the user experience, so they don't want to have all these IVRs and things in the way of the caller. So they let the calls come in. And it's causing them tremendous headaches and we're able to see right away. This is a wanted call. This is an unwanted call, pass it, or maybe send it to capture, for example, so they would have to use their telephone to punch in some digits. But that would be the exception, not the rule. Now, what else do we need to do to sort of handle the robocall situation? Well, with these 5 technical controls, we're able to handle the entire robocall situation into an enterprise. So this is, like I said, a technology. And we're going to be extending this towards the end of the year into mobile devices. So this same rule set that you see here will be available in a mobile app on your phone that calls an API to our cloud endpoint. So when you get a call that comes into your mobile phone, they're not calling your DID now. They're calling your mobile phone, will be able to use these same tools, these same technical controls to filter calls to your mobile device. And that's becoming more and more important as we see endpoints sort of evaporating in a world where people are now working remotely. You and I are both remote today. We happen to be using Microsoft Teams for this podcast. And this is becoming more and more pervasive, if you will, where people will have a team's client, for example, on their phone on their computer. Elsewhere. And you need to protect those calls as soon as soon as you open up teams to the public switch telephone network with a telephone number, our customers report to us that the spam calls go off the charts. And so we're able to use this with teams to prevent teams calls from overwhelming you on your different devices. So you've just touched on something we often don't talk about with the issue of steer shaking robocalling.

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"mutare" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

03:25 min | 5 months ago

"mutare" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"So internally, your PBX knows if I dial 9 one and trying to dial someone down the hall. It sees that it is an internal call stationed to station. So it's not going to hairpin out to the network and come back in. It's just going to do a station station call. Does that automatically. So anybody outside the organization trying to spoof your own phone number range? Never gets it. We'll drop those calls immediately. And that's where the custom rules come in. So that's where we stop those nefarious calls. And you can see here on this particular system all year, stir shaken can be attributed to stopping 5 calls or about .2% of the calls that came in. And a big enterprise, this number might go up to four or 5% of the calls that come in. But these are typically not those nefarious calls that I'm talking about. You can use stir shaken with the custom rules to in combination. And that can help stop some of those nefarious calls. But in and of itself, they're shaken is not sufficient to protect an enterprise against those unwanted calls. So with 5 layers of protection, does anything come through? Yes. Just like your email

"mutare" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

05:02 min | 5 months ago

"mutare" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"Your phone rings, then a colleague's phone across the aisle rings and another phone rings. And what they're doing is they're calling every telephone number in a particular area code in exchange and chronological order. And it's a rubble call. It can be whatever the scam does your is. And they're going to hit you with it. So you have the Chinese embassy package scam. You know, the social security scam. There's all sorts of scams that go on that use this type of technique. Threat radar will pick those up and just go ahead and disconnect those calls, or we'll send them to a voice caption. As you see at the bottom down there, that allows us to do a reverse Turing test to separate bots from humans. And then the last technical control are custom rules. And this is really where an organization can make the system their own and a systems administrator can come in and create those rules. And so what I'm going to do now is actually show you what you wanted to see originally, which is our dashboard. So I'm going to log in using my. Secure password vault, and this is what you are asking for, Doug. So here's a dashboard. This is a snapshot. This is a demonstration system. So I'm not divulging customer information here. This is Atari's demo system. We do have some production users on this particular system. And you can see here on the dashboard as a systems administrator, I have from one view, all of my wanted and unwanted calls. We talked about those. And you can see in this system, about 20% of the calls that we get are unwanted. For a small organization, we only have 50 employees. If this were a large organization, let's say you had 5000 or 10,000 employees, this 19% would go down to about 10%. So what we see on average is about 10% of unwanted calls coming into a large enterprise are unwanted. The smaller the company, interestingly enough, there's an inverse proportion here. The smaller your company is, the larger the percentage of unwanted calls you get. So small businesses, the owners go crazy, large businesses are oftentimes unaware of this unless they're getting complaints from their contacts and their personnel or other personnel. But you can see here with 50 employees, it's the 80 20 rule, about 80% of the calls we get are wanted 20% are

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"mutare" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

03:45 min | 5 months ago

"mutare" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"Et cetera, or organizations so that they can keep track of messages that come in to the organization. We bought a company that provided secure text messaging, et cetera and we do a lot of business there. We actually are one of the largest providers in the world of appointment reminders to healthcare, about 20% of our customers are in healthcare. And that led to our security practice about three years ago, which is what we're going to talk about today. That's where stir shaken comes in. And what we do is we provide technical controls a voice firewall, if you will, for your voice traffic. And we are very adept at working with enterprise customers to filter wanted and unwanted traffic. And that's a big issue nowadays because that unwanted traffic is divided into two areas. Nuisance and nefarious calls and we stop them both automatically before the phone rings. And that's what's very unique about mutari. You know, rich would develop this podcast was you have a graphic that sort of shows this traffic. Absolutely. Let me bring that up for you. What we've developed when you talk about stir shake and usually I'm asked the stir shake and work, the answer is sort of. The problem with stir shaken is that it's not a mature technology, just yet. And it was originally designed with the hope of stopping robocalls. And it really doesn't do that. What stir shaken does is it will allow the recipient of the call to determine whether or not the caller ID has been spoofed or not. But it's not a perfect technology, and so it really needs to be used with other technical controls to be useful. In and of itself, stir shaken doesn't do a whole lot. It's not mitigating rebel calls. In fact, if you look at the email index robocalls are at an all time high. For last month, it's in the billions of calls in the United States. So stir shaken is not a good defense. But if you use it with other layers, it is useful. So we have, we use 5 different layers within the organization for a voice traffic firewall. So we're looking at the people that are calling in to the organization. We're looking at their information that comes in through a sip invitation. So this is a sip technology. And based on the telephone number, the call party, we're able to look at that information, we'll integrate the stir shake and attestation score into that and say, is this call wanted or not? And we use these other technical controls, primarily the proprietary database. I've aggregated 7 different databases together to take a look at the telephone number and see if that number is a robocaller or not. That is on top of stir shaken, if you will, we also have other technical controls to look at things using machine learning, and we get to know the organizations, traffic patterns, and what we see an unusual traffic pattern, we have threat radar, which kicks in and says, hey, wait a minute, we have a spam storm coming in. And that's typically when a contact center usually overseas, attacks your DID range. Anybody that works in an office has probably experienced this.

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"mutare" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down

Shut Up & Sit Down

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"mutare" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down

"Oh but it's going to take so long to move them down there whether need to go fast and realizing actually it's like creating one roaming cities is not ideal. I've become like the colonize. Yeah in that. Same game. The spirit that i picked. Unwittingly realize the spare. I pick was like pretty terrible doing any damage a toll but was amazing just protecting territories in a way i hadn't seen in a previous game like i could fly out just prevent damage to places if i wanted to and the fact that like that wasn't a possibility at all with one character and the game is like hey does another way of playing this. Your whole thing is putting big shields down effectively and then trying to somehow reconcile the two powers that we had that game to to produce results was just like a unique puzzle and i think any combination deliver unique puzzle each time like what if both of you are super defensive. How do you get to the end of the game that way. What if both of you are super high on attack. But you can't generate any fair how you play the game then and those are all the questions that i'm like. Yeah excited very cool. I mean especially now. We've got the the base box and then expansion. That's underneath too many boxes. Mutare recall the name of it but yeah very excited to dig into that more And and play around with that box puzzles. Because it's it's real strong turns real strong people say is the eleventh best game as is gonna be. I think it's a bit of asleep ahead. This one i think is going to be for. This sounded the space last folks. And that's about all. We have time for today on the shelves down board game. Podcast a podcast. All about ball games board games and people who love board games malaise. Tom has been tom brewster. I hadn't tom brewster. And hey that's that's all of the podcast today. We'll see you next week for another episode of the podcast. And yeah i because we haven't mentioned it earlier we've got to don't forget that basically around now next month it's going to be another aspects. We're going to have a weekend of live. Shows demos of stuff yes games. Lots of fun stuff. It's going to be basically a month a month from today. All kicking off whoa. I've got lots of preparation. I need to do for it. Time does fly. When you're having fun you got to you. want say some. I got nothing i want to say. <hes> there's been no video review on the site this week next week. Quinn's got a huge review and the week after that. I think i've got a small review that should be pretty pretty peppy and pretty spicy. So look out for those on the youtube channel. And that's it. That's all sit down everything that we've we've done and we're doing so we go on time. Paul i'm sorry sorry five

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"mutare" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

9to5Mac Happy Hour

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"mutare" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

"Analogy. That doesn't really change now. But i am. I just do for the fashion reason. I suppose or just like the way. I do care about the screen difference now and i am interested in color. Changes If it was the same in college last. I think i would just say. I'll see we'll see what happens. I've been because of had the red aluminum this past year. Hasn't been my favorite color or material The same upgraded. I think well. I'll go with the silver or graphite stainless steel model Because you know. Seven years in i. I know i'm not gonna wanna keep this wash for more than the the the one year because surely next year even if it's the same design that we'll have more sensors that are more want to try out. I don't think this is the year for me to want to go with an premium material. seattle sorry. I should say that's another reason. Why don't pay mutare. it was just. I have the flexibility that the next year's version these white bed. I can buy feel bad about it. You know. I mean that's like another like another. I know i haven't done that so today. By like having the option whereas if i if especially if i buy like the tiny ones wherever it was still one then i feel like a half a more than one. Yeah is just pretty wasteful. Yeah i do the color blue and blue of the blues closer to neutral. Of course this blue was more blue than navy. But i don't want to go with a color again. And i think i think the midnight one is still boring enough that i'm not interested in it but the start one. I'm interested in the color in general. And so if i had a gas right now would into buying these eventually going so sometime this year. I think i think the nike version of the starlight is what i would go in the bigger model for me and with taylor. It's question though. You know if you go with steel. It comes to the sailor. Same for titanium aluminum. You have the choice and over the years. It's i think because of the monthly cost has not changed over the years. You know those paying fifteen dollars minimum after taxes and be is that you have to really use it regularly to feel good about it. It's not a premium price for kind of an insurance encasing needed thing That i'm not. I'm not sure over this year or not. But i think that chooses day i would say. Probably by the starlight nike sailor. Forty five here watch and see. We'll see when they actually come out. I'm sure.

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"mutare" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"mutare" Discussed on Racing Post

"Wins yeah. He's a hard race. This one is for one. It doesn't look the highest of quality. Great ones do. Like sonny boy listen as a host and i was quite taken with these win in the april last time obviously needs to improve again. may be a slight concern about the former johnny murders yard in the last few weeks. He's over twenty two. We probably banging on friday now. But some yeah i think sunny boy listening bima pick him of the failed okay. Thank you David autism nightmare trains our business. I never thought i'd do this. I'm going to search for sound to win. If our third year in a row. I just go back and you look through the to that. She's won like two years ago. She are into yeah in two years ago she she q. Gardens cross came with four miles. Reality was back in proper proper st leger last year she. Cj reprints again toilet payment was heard on you go back to down the field with sovereign and who sent our favorite day and i just look at this feeling kind of say to yourself right. She's running against similar type horses if not inferior to those. I don't think this acute guards in the race this year and she's been trained warn race one race money. Don't she's only around twice. This season and everything has been geared towards this race. You go back to the long distance on champions last year she was second. The true shown them. It's time you're kind of a little bit disappointed because she was beaten seven and a half. Let's but turns out through san on that software spacey impossible to beat. So i don't think that was i think if she reproduces to run against trojan or her win in the race for the last two years. I think win again. I don't see any reason why she won't apply loads nor great action car on sunday and also long shown we've got some real stars tony out. Not least of course mighty snowfall. We've got wonderful tonight. Silo boys what else defense son. We'll start with Gerard yeah kirke. May in a long show business. The trials One of my favorite authors in trains running spaghetti in a free thirty quip kotel pre fully. Colletti jarrow maasai. J. urania absolutely love this great tune afoot as well suited by racist. the Tend to pan out. Quite so slowly running in france and i expect that he could go very close is among four and or be specimens over marlin and too so. We're going to see if he stays no doubt with an idea of what i can go for the arc afterwards. And it's so difficult because snowfalls running in the prix vermeille oke. I'll keep taking on and thinking. Shane that good and then she. She keeps winning easley. I'm convinced she's going to get turned over at one point. Maybe this weekend copy the agency roy. A tip top form. I mean this is a program for the arc so maybe alpes could be the one. She's obviously the big improver from some mark. Prescott yard certainly be having a bit. Each one her each way against us knoxville. Taught my thank you. Gene david jennings large as Fall off mutare 'em account cdot happening routers and five forty five is at the car moran where sheet pieces for the first time for for johnny morton in the league going into the bar. Heed something by listening. To miranda moran was the one that i find more and he just didn't get home under adam kirby am i think as foreign prior to us. I think is really solid all season. I'm one of these days and a big field. Handicapped he's just he's just going to get there. And i think the mylan too strongly. Ron cheek pieces on ben cohen writing code. I think he might get down. I think he could be a decent prices around. That's mirant in the five forty five. It's kara lovely stuff. Thank you very much dj. Thanks jiro thank you very much for listening as always to bet responsibly. So much action. It's easy to get carried. What a great race in we can maddy. we'll be rounding up. What's happened on monday. And we're back next friday looking the old cup. Do join us for another great racing post. We can post cost..

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"mutare" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"mutare" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"In the years ago and my grandma was a part of that and her ashes are spread her ashes. They're know really. It's a very important place for abbie's family. And i have to say you know. It's enviable out to think about this. Being part of your of your marriage your your friendship and relationship in a way that you can celebrate you know you can literally make music together. It's great i mean. We're constantly amazed by our our situation. Is we get to travel down the road with these very special people that that richard and and and bebop and My mom's mom and helen support team. That help us do these concerts and and make it all happen. You june goes to bed before the show usually and sleep in the bunk and it takes a lot of people to make all of that work. But it's really we'll get to go out and play music so sweet sweet situation. Probably the hardest thing to do is to find time to make new music because we wake up in the morning with juno on the bus and the first thing we wanna do is just go play with them and be with them and so we do that. We spend several hours together with do know until he falsely for his nap. Been we're wiped out and then we're tired. Yeah well. And i do have to say because i have been watching. The tv show nashville. Oh yeah i am mutare that this juggling music making music and and a relationship can be challenging. I don't know how does it factor and now juliette. Oh my yeah. I thought maybe i'd try to go visit deacon in the hospital..

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"mutare" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"mutare" Discussed on I Don't Get It

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"mutare" Discussed on Was jetzt?

Was jetzt?

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"mutare" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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"mutare" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"mutare" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Of the show or not but the office didn't michael scottsdale like businesses always personal. It's the most personal thing in the world. So i've unintentionally become michael. Got some you time. Career will make fun of like the weirdest funniest things i say. Yeah i totally relate totally relate to that The that's hilarious. Okay so then right. Now what do you absolutely love about dentistry. I love that. Marketing is becoming more acceptable. When i started it was like. Oh no i don't with every call started with. I built my practice exclusively word of mouth and it was like this badge. Honor now really hear that anymore. I hear people saying like. I think marketing is going to support. Would i'd like to accelerate what we're doing the marketing. So there's been this i got. I had the pleasure of scenes. Our mission from two thousand eight to twenty twenty one of acceptance of markings role in even patient care educating the community major so i am loving acceptance and how embracing marketing now versus adam and then also enjoying seeing this focus on patient experience. I do have live people that. Call me and say no wages. We care so much about patient experience. And it's all about making sure he she heard in it. Were providing the care that they need that. Our whole team is honest. And when i when. I hear things that relate to to ethics and i can tell that they care about what they're doing iron. I'm so happy corning answer but it's show no that's really really good. I like the. I feel like yeah. Marketing is being more accepted. All around. i don't know like how it's gonna change in the next twenty years. I can kinda see like technology and everything happening. You know it also it also fast to be a argument. Yeah definitely definitely is and then what do you feel that needs to change for you or just the general population to be more open to dentistry. So we still have people who are like. Oh my gosh. I hate the dry just a smell of the officer. You know what i mean like. People aren't like boy you know. All the time as the majority aren't so what needs to change for for the general population to be more open to dentistry. I had the best question ever michael so we have. Youtube are your cats. We have these cell phone stat. We practically live on and if every dentist mutare priority to educate their community importance of oral health and to raise the awareness through digital marketing than the community. We have an increased appreciation. And the way i phrased us as. I'm a mom at to a to a fighter murals and when i was pregnant i was at you know. I had carried out disease assigned times more likely to originally labor firm or miscarry End nowhere what. I found that through going to my ob appointments or even in all of the new books parenting books and everything nowhere. Did anyone talk about period. Absol- health agency so let's just one example if every dentist without you know video about the importance of world house during pregnancy that you could literally save lives with that information and so i think instead of doing marketing as this necessarily you all must viewed as an opportunity to provide higher relevant. You're right. I didn't even know that you know what i mean like. You don't even know that men information a lot of the times or even your like your doctor. Sometimes you know what i mean. That's what they refer you to specialist depending on what you have or anything like that. I agree like under percent. Would you recommend like a. Let's just say. I'm a dentist listening to this right now. Right in okay. I wanna do that once a month. Put out content on youtube. Or what do you think. I think weekly is great. I think why people don't go. The weekly route is is a lot of dentists. Perfectionists as we now. I relate to that really if you get over the hump of being uncomfortable in you. Allow yourself to be authentic. And she just talking. Educate you can easily put out content or you. Can you can record five two minute videos in fifteen twenty minutes and having pre scheduled out weekly so we we offer support services for really all these things even scripting video games scheduling post after people they want professionally graffiti often at you. So it's just a matter of figuring out what process is going to work for you and building an entry irregular systems. Dodge awesome grace. I appreciate your time. Thank you so much for being on with us. It was a pleasure but before we say goodbye. Can you tell our listeners where they can find you. Thank you so much any out. Yes they can find me on my website. Identity dental dot com. They can email me race identity. Dental doc awesome guys. That's all going to be in the show notes below so definitely be of any questions concerns or you want an evaluation done on your practice or anything like that go on the shawnee below in contact grace right grace thank you so much for being with us was a pleasure and we'll hear from you soon. Thank you guys so much for tuning in grace. Thank you so much for being available for allowing us to dive deep into your life and your business and letting us know some gems that you've discovered throughout the process. We truly appreciate it guys if you are interested in and talking with grace or anything like that just going to show to below and reach out to her or you can find your on the dental market or society facebook group. It's going to be the first link in the show notes below and you can continue the conversation about this episode or any other episode that you've heard about in the past in that group guys. Thank you so much for tuning in a truly appreciate you..

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"mutare" Discussed on Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction

Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"mutare" Discussed on Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction

"Did. Today i to tell them that smoking and he was right next to me. You didn't care. Jose needed to get high before the job. So he fucking. He's like deep. I gotta go. I gotta go smoke a blunt before we like okay and he runs upstairs. He's like wait. I forgot this thing. And he runs down here. She's like fuck. I'm not going to be able to smoke a blunt before we go. And i'm like just smoking in the car. I definitely dead and you was days. That was strong for me. It didn't pass it to me. Nothing i didn't see it i street. Well tried more often. I don't think so anyways. So my the moral to the story is what they say. Go to the barber shop. You're probably gonna wind up getting your haircut or if you go to the tattoo parlor. You're probably going to get a tattoo. So if you hang out with dominican smoking blunts chances are. You're gonna hit the blunt which i didn't do i passed the test. You say i'm weak. I say i'm strong. And we say stay strong. Dopey nation jose. What he's eh strong stays dominican people face joe cross pinata so seriously like that was my my week and i love jose and i i love donors but i i like. I don't wanna be smoking pot. A can't be smoking pot. I didn't smoke pot with them. But it just shows me the nature of Of how fragile recovery can be. And i'm realizing like i'm super stressed out but i've been putting myself in situations that are scary. You know between dealing with stones at work and and even more so that thing on halston street. That i was talking to danny about. It's weird like when. I'm feeling vigilant in my recovery. It doesn't occur to me. I don't wanna get high. I feel safe. I feel like getting is a million miles away. But when i'm in front of a group of drug addicts were about to cop and all of a sudden. I know that i can cop. It's like it turns on and it's such a scary feeling. And i'm sure a bunch of you guys know what i'm talking about and that's why i have to like not stop to record them for. Dopey it's crazy because that's like the recovery one. Oh one moment. And i don't find myself in it ever and then when i do it's like holy shit you know i might have six years or i might have sixty years but when that thing pops up again it's real and you might think you're a different person than you were when you were out there but you're not right it's crazy speaking of being out there i've been getting a bunch of really really good dobie voicemails. I wanna play the latest one. I got it's from a young woman named jessica and it's a crazy acids story so here you go around two thousand fifteen I had just gotten put on probation for assaulting of who he's officer drunken blackout which is a whole nother story. It was my first time dealing with any legal troubles. And i had to stop smoking weed. I bring doing everything An end up meeting the sky and my mom hickory engine the irish leprechaun because the gangster rapper because he was ginger and he had spent three years in state. Prison and i don't know is he. He looked like like fighting. Irish guy. mutare owen So anyway i'm dating this guy. And i thought that he was also sober because he was on state parole. And you know. I come to find out. He's not he drinks. Sometimes whenever and to. John had to pee in a cup at random. The only thing we could really do is eat. Acid china. How we got close We would get spun and you know have shocked. His sex on acid is amazing easing but anyway so yeah so where dating and then Around probably december two thousand fifteen january two thousand sixteen we started doing dope together and not only that but we were going to and from jersey every other day to pick up asleep. Pretty much Asleep is ten bricks for anyone who doesn't know a brick is fifty bags so we were picking up pretty much like anywhere from fifteen hundred thousand bags of heroin every week very dangerous. Do not suggest it. So we're super strong out on like even though we are strung out. we still like to do hallucinogens. So we got some acid this night and we had gradually been like eating more and more. I was kind of testing the waters psyche. What i can handle. And so i'd probably like five or seven hits. He probably had about the same and a is is friend whose nickname ironically was threes that he had been safer than with sleeves had left a crossbow in our apartment and i took the crossbow and sold this my cousin one hundred dollars because i i don't know i just did. And and so. We're we're tripping on. everything's fine. I decided to take a bath sewing in the bathtub. Danny sitting right at the right at the edge right next to me. And he's smoking. A cigarette and cigarette ash gets real long and then it falls. And everything's like. I'm tripping really hard. Everything's weird so he looks at me and he's smiling and he goes you know where that cigarette ashland and i was like where he goes right down my sleeves. And as soon as he said the words leaves it was like the whole five change like fucking completely like everything just got dark terrible. I started freaking out. I got immediately out of the job completely naked. I thought was hiding in the walls with the crossbow. Trying to kill us off and running around and he's like what are you talking about. You sound crazy so then is trying kill us but then it switches and i think danny's trying to tell me so i'm like did away for me and also we have a handgun somewhere in hidden in the drop ceiling so hidden in the draft ceiling. Somewhere is like this this gun. So i may danny strip down completely naked and get the gun and We also had a roommate at this. Time are living in the room next to us and like this is like after was like definitely past midnight. Screening freaking out crying by the end of the night. It was leeann him in the bathroom. Completely naked just embracing each other crying and telling each other how much we love each other. It was an absolute shit. Show one of the worst. As trips i've ever had. And i ended up strung out on heroin with acted for probably another couple months before i. But that's my story. That's a crazy tripping story. i don't remember ever having sex on acid. So i think i i love the fact that they decided that they would do acid when they got drug tested. That's like serious drug addiction. If you guys have a good dopey voicemail that you think can top jessica's email it to doe podcast at g mail dot com. Thank you jessica. Thank you everyone. Thank you cormac. I wanna give a shout out to jeff rhoads who recently celebrated forty seven days clean..

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"mutare" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"mutare" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

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"mutare" Discussed on PodcastMina

PodcastMina

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"mutare" Discussed on PodcastMina

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"mutare" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"mutare" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

"Or five times a year. I'd say. I mean it's you know you have people that you know that. Have the money to back. But you don't necessarily have the experience or expertise do it and and it is. It's fascinating i mean. I you know i don i would never say it's not i would never say it's not anything. You just brushed aside not think about for me. I don't know. I mean i just really liked being a part of something that's been around since nineteen fifty four and then you know when you see the impact that that the brand has just locally for the community. Because they're very. I mean they're very very good paying jobs you know. We're an area of kentucky where the cost of living isn't that high. You see how people can live and and you know how their family can come on board. And then i don. I mean i see both sides of it. Trust me i do see both sides of it but you know just having what i have it at makers. That's kind of what you aspired to be. So if you've got it. And i know it's not my name on the bottle but i've never been about that like it. I love you. obviously you know. I want everything to do with the liquid the quality of the liquid how people respond to the liquid. But you know as far as having my name on the liquid. That's it's never been something that i've really thought too much about pottery of at some point. Yeah i mean maybe there sliders. It's it's gonna it's gonna happen to cantor look a pot. You know some time. But still i wanted to Talk to you about like. I've in watching rob like come in and take over for his father and you know seeing how he's managed the company i have to say i am so proud of him and how good of a job he is done. What's what's it what's it been like. You know working with rob. Because he's he will first couple years. He was in his father's shadow. Now rob is his own man for sure and everybody and being some tory knows it. Yeah i mean you know that that has been. Yeah that was one of the interesting things coming back. Because you know as i said i had primarily worked for bill and rob was involved in the business but as a little more on the commercial side. Right i mean just cutting his teeth on that side the right way to do it. You know instead of just coming in and you know you're thirty years old and the hand the reins no. It was literally do this. do this. Do this and rob did all those things in there. Two different people But with the same ambition in the same goals. They go about it differently. Rob is you know. Rob is a thinker. He sits back a little bit. Anybody that's ever been around bill or worked for bill. Bill's just somebody. That's bill's going to tell you. Exactly what's on his mom right so he seems like more of a dreamer at a visionary like type and gun is more like analytical. You know let's think about it. I think that's a good way to put it. And i do think that. Yeah i mean it's he. I mean he's all in and i think he's adapted his style and there's no way you can't just like you know me at heaven hill with parker or anything like that. I mean it's impossible you can't you know he can't fill bill shoes but he doesn't need to write like he's cutting his own path and it's a different business as you guys know. I mean just the change in over. The last ten years has been phenomenal. I think rob go from begging people to come visit you to like all right. How do we manage these people visiting just how to joke about you know even when i was assistant master stiller back in makers around two two thousand seven two thousand eight two thousand nine. I mean in our bourbon educations tastings. I'd spent thirty minutes explaining to people the rules of bourbon and they would blow their minds. When i'd say you know it doesn't have to be made in kentucky bullshit. I can't be true. It was like no it. I mean now. I mean if i couldn't tell you the last time. I really talked about rules of bourbon if i were to start out an education or a tasting explaining the rules of bourbon fully. Expect somebody to come up. Punch me in the face and be like man. Donen sold our intelligence right about the dry yeast versus propagated in. Yeah and that's true. That is i mean that is the level of engagement you get now and it's i love it. I mean anymore especially over the last year because we've had to turn to so many things. Virtually i would much rather show up and just be like all right. Let's open it up for questions and just go with that and honestly that is a lot of what i do now. You know you might come with about ten minutes of what you think. You wanna cover. And then just let people go because people are when people have a interest and fascination and what we do and you're trying to be transparent about it makes it easy like i don't know why there's so many i don't know that it exists anymore but there was a time that if you ask somebody what their mash bill was at home i got out there. Pretty sure you're still trying to get out of the beams of anti beam and wild turkeys. And they all have the reasons i just. There are so many variables involved in the making whisky and mash bills. A part of that and fred. And i've talked about this before. Just you take all those variables and you multiply them together. And you're like man. Ok it it plays a part but if somebody wants to take our mash bill and try and go make our style whiskey gopher it shit call me up i'll give you pointers. Throughout the way there are so many things that have to be identical mutare at skate. It's near a hassle that i did speaking of questions out of question about about yourself. So what do you think it is about yourself. Like what qualities are what like tactics. Do you have as a master distiller. That makes you a tractable you to these big names like what. Do you think that you add to the table. At makers markers job are you. Interviewing asked me to sell the story. Well i guess. I guess where i'm coming from. That is like most people think all right they think distiller okay. He must make the whiskey and must taste it. Whereas there's this whole other. Maybe you can talk. Lead into that. Bother question is talk about the people that that make up a master distiller to not just you. But but everything else is not just making tasting the whiskey. Yeah i mean that's a great point and it is something. I try to go out of my way to try to explain what we're talking about the master distiller role itself. You so know the the one thing with the title. Right master distiller. I look at my number one job will. Actually there's two one is educate. That is just something that comes with it. And i'm okay with that. You told me coming out of college that you know sitting in front of three hundred people talking about what i do or how we do things. And i'm like man. That sounds miserable But you kind of understand why it's necessary and people are genuinely interested but the role master distiller for me is from a production. Standpoint is protecting the quality of the whiskey and then making sure you know especially in an operation like ours when you're running twenty four hours a day seven days a that. The people in the distillery have the tools and everything that they need to do. The job that they can do. The reality is in. I believe we've got eighteen. Operators in our distillery. They're all master distillers. I mean they all can run every job. It can run the mill the mash tub. The still they can do all the work required for fermentation. They you know. Maybe they don't want to get out in front and talk about it. But their true master distillers. And that's what. I tell some of these people that come asking about you know Starting a new distillery. I'm like you. I can help you. I certainly can't. I mean we've got eighteen people that probably be good at that. So you know it's just there's so many people involved in you know. Can i sit at the table. Yes i mean. I i think one of the important things is is that the title is based in operations. I think that's important. I think probably a lot of the people you all have talked to and built relationships with our people that whether they had the title or don't have the title are rooted in operations one because the knowledge base is there. but to. Because it's you know there's a real passion. How long should someone.

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