17 Burst results for "Ninety Nine Ninety Five Percent"

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

04:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Names been offered a year too so When we get into real game action. We're probably going to see a little bit less effective. Mike parsons than we have in the preseason. Just because he's going to be going against full first team offense of rides wide receivers running backs the lot so we probably will see a little bit slower. Mike parsons from processing standpoint. But may at the end of the day again dude is a week. Let's close it with this. We're kinda harsh. Today we talked about some say which talked about. Jalen is mike apart and again. I'm trying not to be biased here and again. They're probably not as mike. Parsons a top three pound for pound athlete and the nfl. Right now with probably miles gary. No i don't think so. I think they gave you can make an argument. But i think air donald myles garrett became calf. You but i'm still. I know what you're saying. Aaron donald but when you look at like his measurable and his like don was known for being an athletic coming out of pittsburgh. It was like oh. He's explosive. got short arms. He's not the biggest like people knocking him because of his. I'm talking about height link. Mitchell package total package. I think he's definitely has a case for it Donald c pointed to a couple there in the conversation twelve. I mean he when he can run the four four in the forty We saw exposed to miss Against tech that play where he chased down. Tyrod taylor Beating balk and all of that. Now that was just ridiculous. Many players can do that I i g penn state was gonna play him kick returner early least conversations using him as a return man last year in college which is insane. He's like a five star at we heist played running back in pennsylvania. I is this like ridiculous. I think you can definitely have a debate about it. You step in the conversation. We're not even getting into the offensive lineman tristan worst. Probably one of the best athletes e best athletes in the entire. Nfl if you take the fact that he's doing hundred twenty pounds agreed that he's at least in the conversation now. Yeah yeah. i'm just like i said. Would he run a four three would run it to combine a fourthly didn't run at the combine rabbi didn't exist this year but at the day ran a four three six. He might be the fastest guy guy teen shows up. Yeah sure not. i don't know. I mean i don't see a sold. It'd be fast him on defense Anthony brown might be maybe anymore. Really don't see. That's what i'm saying. You don't really see that anymore. Like maybe he's rookie year. But i mean it doesn't. It doesn't really matter you you're not going to. It doesn't jump out to you when the one hundred ninety pounds down to you when he's to fifteen and mike parsons chased to now rondell more. And he's filthy. Well we wanted. It was something positive so we did. But a mixture subscribing to all the shows on whatever platform you're using an apple android spotify. It's all on their search blogging. The boys click subscribe. You'll get all shows from all the different personalities. We appreciate you guys so much. We'll be back next week. We're going to have a guest on next week. i'm ninety percent. Sure i'll just say am i. Don't mess up ninety six ninety six percent. Sure what number does brent. Urban were guys. It's ninety six. Yes so ninety. Six percent sure. We'll have no no no. That's ninety nine ninety five percents. Sure we'll have a guest on next week. So if you didn't take that hint than sorry about it will.

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"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

The Best of Coast to Coast AM

03:25 min | 3 weeks ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

"Read spiritual people on the negative side. They can be very impulsive. And if you read the history of the battle a little big horn. He was impulsive and he. He didn't wait for his two other companies to come to join came up. You should avoid. You should've waited. yeah exactly. He was impulsive and he went in and started fighting without the backup of his two other companies. And i think he was vice to to. I think general reno you know said hey wait till we come back you up and because of his impulsive nature custer shed. No i'm going right in. And he got wiped out. Feel all those guys that died that day. Some of them probably could you know been alive and it's horrible. What they did the native americans in the first place. I'm not saying that. I i wish that custard would have won the thing. I think it was horrible. What we've done to to indians and Pretty much i believe. All all different races committed Horrible crimes to To other people atrocities to be sure. Yeah well with these with these. I'm going to cite an example in. We're going to be coming up to a break pretty soon. Be but this is. It's fascinating that what apparent if they want to name a baby should read your book right absolutely absolutely if they want their child to be a lawyer a doctor a singer a writer in my book i show her practically every major career field Ninety nine ninety five percent of the most famous and those particular career fields because of their color coded names this amazing einstein insure isaac newton would not have been a great physicist if they would have different names. Listen to more coast to coast. Am every weeknight at one am eastern and go to coast to coast am dot com for more at acuity insurance. We believe the things you do for your business are heroic and you deserve someone equally heroic to protect them. We put our all into covering your business so you can focus on the things you love. Most that's the power of heart acuity insurance wholeheartedly for you four decades. This area has been a hotbed for paranormal sightings. This is a strange place. This part of the country about it just doesn't feel right iheartradio in grim and mild presents bridgewater story measham collins. Melissa puccio and nathan fillion created by aaron minke and written by shippen listened to bridgewater. Now on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. And learn more at grim and mild dot com slash bridgewater. Hey guys it's jake brennan host of the award winning music and true crime. Podcast disgrace land. I want to tell you about the brand new season of another show. I host called blood on the tracks. The john lennon story. It's part true. Crime part historical fiction part spoken spoken-word low five beaten warr and it features the fictionalized voices of david bowie. Richard nixon phil spector. Yoko ono mark david chapman and more. Listen to blood on the tracks on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

03:25 min | 2 months ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on The big d zone

"On faithful but it was a christian. Disabled cushion grew and So we met. When i was in mississippi and then she still here in springfield was alive and i guess facebook donate to find for people to find relationships in daylight. Let's find the Let's start dating app. But when i been on a few people but almost a lot of them does both to have supposedly have mashed up to what i like and what i what i home to do. They all have kids my life. I never i never fodder every time you turn around. There's only a few that have his own. Almost ninety nine to ninety five percents almost close to took sick with ninety nine ninety five percent of the ladies that i'm looking at all have kids and i had to. I had to turn away. Because it's like don't wanna be an instant fodda you. It's been almost six years up an intimate six years. Well it's gonna be six years next month but six years i've been intimate how to hold a cath. I don't know how cast and i met to Put us up later earlier. I gotta put us up. What i said on facebook just a few minutes ago and i hate twitter when you still can put up longer ran so long or what how you feel. Everything had to be took part one as long rant on my Twitter but this is what i said on facebook. I said oh boy in a few least time. I'm faced with all these twenty eight again that day. Why didn't they have. I'm saying that. Day august twenty eighth today that hates me and us always getting awful fastback that time okay awful flassbeck and i always get the nightmares about me at the way in a auto accident or something like that. It's always around august. Twenty eight hates me. It literally hates me literally a day. Eight traumatized took away a sweet person. I held dear to my heart. My wife. We'll be six long years. Dr dot allen. A cut me really hard when she told me. Madonna dante backed away elliot morning. It's a constant struggle dealing with.

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"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on The Over 40 Alpha Podcast

The Over 40 Alpha Podcast

04:07 min | 3 months ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on The Over 40 Alpha Podcast

"You don't have to go now. 'cause you're probably going well if you don't know who i am. You're probably going okay. Well i've great you know like because after that one dollar you have to pay monthly because the twenty four month program and it's probably going to be longer and there's guys in this program who came in i said destroyed and are now a month twenty four twenty it's insane injury-free pain-free to stop stroll through the roof proven time and time and time again but don't take my word for it. I want you to listen to this podcast because in today's podcast episode. I'm gonna go through the six pillars of health for men over forty the six pillars that you need you need to reframe your mind now because as we get to this age we need to reframe our mind like all of the things that we did when we were younger does not gonna work now all of those and then all of the stuff that you read online even if it says oh here food for people over forty women over forty. There's not a lot of information for men over forty. I'm trying to take heat. There are other guys out there trying to take heat. You have to be very careful because a lot of the most of the ninety nine ninety five percent of the information out there. 'cause i look all the time is not towards men over forty and if it's like like if it's talking about to start your own it's more for younger guys. It's not for us guys over forty but the star search number one and you will learn about that but today we're gonna go through the six pillars that you need now. Sometimes you say got six six things. I gotta do six things. Come on man. Well no. I don't expect you to do all six once. But you do need to understand why these six pillars will be in place for your new healthy lifestyle because remember this. Needs to be sustainable. Could be something that's not just today..

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"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:35 min | 3 months ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Real viable mechanism to to work to help people. The other side is why. Do you think that demand or the system is going to get stressed again because the this summer doesn't necessarily look like it's going to be thirty eight days of one hundred and five like it wasn't twenty eleven and that's probably the last time we talked about. That was the last time. So is it. Demand in general demand coming from people moving in from other states and people establishing businesses. And you know in texas whether it's you know medium industrial regular commercial they unless they have their own power generation in their compound in some new. They're called private utility networks They they get their energy from arcot or from the grid. So another offshoot or tangent. This crazy hot real estate market where people are buying an absorbent prices and buying new houses new instructions. Are you telling me that. Were overbuilding to the in the sense that we're building houses and the actual supply to feed. These houses isn't necessarily bear. That's exactly what i'm telling you interesting. We're building lots of houses. Lots of business. We're not building anything other than wind and solar to support them You know we when we moved to hutto right. I don't know if you remember when we moved up towards austria years ago right and small town hutto great place right around the time we moved back here. They started construction on the largest indoor waterpark in the country about five miles from our house. You don't think that's going to be a massive consumer. Yeah especially in the summer. It's going to be cool. That or whatever i don't know if you've cool yeah you have to cool it because it'd be like a a humid. Hot mess probably. Yeah well not just that you know all the motors that are involved with like wave pools pushing water. The motor load is one of the biggest most door. Which i don't understand but i okay so it's just things like that and it's happening all over the state but our ability to generate is only coming in solar and wind so really their only reliable in small timeframes. You know i mean you can almost set your watch by texas Wind speeds. You know you wanna win. Picks up when it goes down. And then sometimes there's days where it doesn't so now you have using massive deficiency and what you were planning and actually it. We're expecting it just didn't happen that day. Exactly even if it does happen that they ninety nine ninety five percent ninety two percent of the dog. Yeah well i mean. That's what happens is march or april two. I can't remember that notice than you know. It was kind of out of the blue. Hey we're going to have to. We might have to go back into a conservation. Why because there was almost five thousand megawatt deficiency in the wind forecast meaning. They thought it was going to be up here but it was actually way down here. I don't know if it was exactly five thousand. But i remember talking with a friend of mine and seeing that it was it was huge. It was big right. And i think you know moving forward. I'm not saying. Don't let people in texas foul means because you know i'm not from texas originally. Yeah.

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"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:35 min | 3 months ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Real viable mechanism to to work to help people. The other side is why. Do you think that demand or the system is going to get stressed again because the this summer doesn't necessarily look like it's going to be thirty eight days of one hundred and five like it wasn't twenty eleven and that's probably the last time we talked about. That was the last time. So is it. Demand in general demand coming from people moving in from other states and people establishing businesses. And you know in texas whether it's you know medium industrial regular commercial they unless they have their own power generation in their compound in some new. They're called private utility networks They they get their energy from arcot or from the grid. So another offshoot or tangent. This crazy hot real estate market where people are buying an absorbent prices and buying new houses new instructions. Are you telling me that. Were overbuilding to the in the sense that we're building houses and the actual supply to feed. These houses isn't necessarily bear. That's exactly what i'm telling you interesting. We're building lots of houses. Lots of business. We're not building anything other than wind and solar to support them You know we when we moved to hutto right. I don't know if you remember when we moved up towards austria years ago right and small town hutto great place right around the time we moved back here. They started construction on the largest indoor waterpark in the country about five miles from our house. You don't think that's going to be a massive consumer. Yeah especially in the summer. It's going to be cool. That or whatever i don't know if you've cool yeah you have to cool it because it'd be like a a humid. Hot mess probably. Yeah well not just that you know all the motors that are involved with like wave pools pushing water. The motor load is one of the biggest most door. Which i don't understand but i okay so it's just things like that and it's happening all over the state but our ability to generate is only coming in solar and wind so really their only reliable in small timeframes. You know i mean you can almost set your watch by texas Wind speeds. You know you wanna win. Picks up when it goes down. And then sometimes there's days where it doesn't so now you have using massive deficiency and what you were planning and actually it. We're expecting it just didn't happen that day. Exactly even if it does happen that they ninety nine ninety five percent ninety two percent of the dog. Yeah well i mean. That's what happens is march or april two. I can't remember that notice than you know. It was kind of out of the blue. Hey we're going to have to. We might have to go back into a conservation. Why because there was almost five thousand megawatt deficiency in the wind forecast meaning. They thought it was going to be up here but it was actually way down here. I don't know if it was exactly five thousand. But i remember talking with a friend of mine and seeing that it was it was huge. It was big right. And i think you know moving forward. I'm not saying. Don't let people in texas foul means because you know i'm not from texas originally. Yeah.

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"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

08:02 min | 7 months ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Thirty two divided by one hundred and sixty eight and you get nineteen percent so eighty percent of all the capacity of dentistry is never used. And there's no reason in the next decade. Anybody should build a dental office because someone needs a dental uber app. Because if i gave them out of school and you up and you said i need office. Well i mean an office. Eighty percent of the opera. Tories are idle at all. If eight out of ten never in us will. i shouldn't have to go buy land and building build a dental office. I should just able to uber dental on me you this address drop a pin texas. Show up do it. So what have you learned. We're going to find out what you've learned from being a paradise in so many different dental offices because there's a lot of paranormal mysteries out and understand like like fi. You got like twenty five referrals right. Five of them refer one hundred percent of all the crown linking procedures for ten years. And the other never referred one time. Which one's mermaid and which ones a unicorn i mean. It's like something's not right there. Well so a lot of a lot of people know that so the way. It looks the way i've noticed. It's like this if you have disease deep pockets. Whatever the first thing that says go to on this. They don't even talk to. The patient about is restored from my point of view. Or can i do anything with this. So if i s appeared on if i think that you would be safe. I'm going to see that. You may not benefit you if the the inclusion is all messed up at her functional habits and all that stuff so i think the first thing is a lot of people need to look at the big picture and say you're not just sending it to pair off because they have deep pockets your senator dogs because i need to keep these teeth or i need to do this. This this so running the ship. Like i would say everybody. You're you're running into the bus. You're the one in charge. You driving the bus here. I need you to let me know white and you can do. Because i'm only going to tell you compared donald point of view what i can help you with you. Say another thing that i've noticed is like you said they're people. They're really good at descending us or sending me implants but don't know anything about crumbling and now other people wanna do that even if the two cannot be crowning so is this a matter of like. They're stuck in one way in. It's hard to be to get them out that way until asked multiple for them saying see look at this one look at this and the best for me is actually take a lot of pictures and show them do like a slide. Show explain to them what i can do. And it's not just one lecture. It's multiple extras to get them to understand. Repair really is and i realized that for doing this for as long as i have. It's let's break down and just do one. Let's focus on next month will do free agent will graphs. Next month will do connective tissue. So it's not like let me disembark everything. Let's just show you this. Get you really get a refund and seeing that with your eyes and move on from there. And i just massively increase the percentage of my referrals of the period on us. That will go. Lotta never go. But i guess what you're saying is yeah. You need to go see walther. He's got deep pockets. Girls run it really though straight. There don't understand perry on your call it with deep pockets. It's what we always do when we're on the pockets. We just keep it as simple as possible. are listening to pair donald pockets attachment loss and so forth. But yeah we just e patrick for the podcast. We try to keep it simple. Because everybody's listening to us. So are you implant agnostic. I mean it's confusing. When say in vista i mean you know the. He owns a noble. The high vans and he owns neon out of brazil for the value so he owned southwest airlines zan first-class and delta. Does it matter what would you say to a dentist. Is it okay to save money by value. Implants from niu dent. Or do i need the top dollar for obamacare man. This is my personal opinion. And i'll be honest with you. My personal opinion as most of the time could look at the research. Most implants integrate right. We look at it and research like ninety nine ninety five percent. Ingratiation it could. It doesn't really matter rate. And so the one thing that i tell all my refer denison anybody that wants to plant i say what does your rep look like like where you are right now. Can you get a rep into your office is this is the company actually very receptive to your questions and trying to get you more education about implants if you can understand that in and have somebody that can guide you and help me along the way. That's all that really matters. I personally don't think any one implant is better than other. It's what feels comfortable. My hands you know. And that's one thing. I can't stand it like whenever you go to a lecture. And they're paid off by this company and this company that's all the gear their lexus to that implant just thousands of implement companies out there in the we all can't be great but we all keep better either. It's just a matter of just being honest and saying what works best for me financially and my hands. Maybe this system is easier to understand and this other system is okay this this assists them. Okay three drills and unplaced my implant this one might need to be stepped down with you know bone densification or something like that. There's so many different factors that go into it. It's just a matter of looking and understanding. What the how the reps are around your area because if you need help or have some issues or missing a piece of you know Material or something directly. Come and help you out and then also making sure that you get information for so. I don't think any implanting plans to be honest with you. I feel like some of the features of like like zimmerman plan. That's what i use. A the reason two reasons. I think that in playing company one. That's what we use it a residency so as familiar with it to the acquired the in code healing abutment from I forget the name of the company but it's a scannable healing about it. And i wanna make the process as easy for the patients as possible. I was learning how to do. Implants trying to screw in an impressive post. Get to go in their mouth. Trying to find the little screw. Hold a release. The impression post from the The impression that all made things too complicated and the patient in life attitudes trae in their mouth with all these little tiny screws so with a scannable healing abutment. That whenever i place the implant the healing abutment that can be scanned is in their mouth. I'd never have that patient up again the only time. I'm going to touch that implant after placing it. I scan once. I move crowns ready. I unscrew the healing about midnight. Screw the tooth in and it's easy patients absolutely loved that ease of Treatment zimmer i prefer zimmer just because they have that feature available and while cries never even said anything about i ask you integration at all easy for him to deal with. What's easy for the patient. Yeah that's that's what. I think the implants really become as just. What's easy for me to deal with. Well i am also the the rap. I mean my god if you don't have any support or you're all alone if you don't have any support you might as well buy online you might as well buy e commerce because But you know if you need that and what's funny for me. I'm completely different..

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"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

The South Florida Morning Show

05:44 min | 7 months ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

"Well everyone wants the johnson and johnson which has yet to be approved by the way by the fda it's been approved to think elsewhere astrazeneca has been approved in the uk as they say that's extremely effective. Although here they said it was only like sixty percent effective anyway. johnson and johnson's one shot. I think it's the only one that's one injection. All the rest are to. That would be the preferable deal. Obviously i want the one shot. Well johnson and johnson says they're going to have like thirty million available by the end of next month or something or i. it was ridiculous amounts. I mean that was the other piece of news they all came out and they said millions of more doses lead. They're talking hundreds of millions of doses. Going to be available right away. You know now. Now they get the production point. What starting something new once you get the facilities built in you can make these things in mass. They just pump it out and say but everybody vaccinated so far one giant beta test. It's turned out okay so far. I don't see anybody with a tale right Again i haven't been looking My brother didn't get one. My daughter doesn't have one. So i guess that works out. Well diener your dad get his well kind of come on after all you went through. Don't tell me didn't show up. That's a long story. it's a long. That's a long sad story nearly have enough time for it. But i do want to ask you guys if you have the choice if you did have the choice. Yeah johnson and johnson mature enough pfizer knowing the percentages. Which one would you want to get because you know during and is are both have about nine hundred ninety nine. Ninety five percents effectiveness while johnson and johnson. The scene is about seventy percent so even though it's one shot maybe a little bit less effective. I'd still take the go. johnson. Johnson average flu shot is like forty percent effective. Because you know what they're all saying they're creeping up the percentages. They're afraid to say so at first right. Yeah they're they're gonna wind up saying the johnson and johnson's like ninety two and that's just a one shot. And then i look at it. This way got astra zeneca or the pfizer and ninety four percents. So i'm in like flynn not too bad all right well. Are you really a floor dope. If you manage to rob a bank in a wheelchair she might be a genius. Actually and. I don't think she really robbed the bank well day. Hey man still impressed. She's thirty nine Can you gordon and jacksonville. She robbed a bank..

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"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

Gun & Gear Review Podcast

05:43 min | 7 months ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

"I mean there's not a lot to get excited about They took the mag pool thing and they gave attorney and it looks smaller than maybe polls they look about the same size to me but the probably very similar. Yeah yeah. i'm. I'm kinda with you on that. I can totally just pass on the tritium. I i just don't find nightside's extremely useful especially in a backup site configuration. If it's your thing okay all honestly at this point. I think the next rifle i put back up sights on the backup site probably going to be an offset red dot. Because i'm just the polymer. Backups i just played them on this hard on stuff a breakdown and so the time you get the cost of metal backup sites. You're at close to the cost as a filo seven c so true. I think that's kind of where i'm at with backup sites at this point In in in my life yeah. I got six fixed sights on my stuff i mean. So there's that in all reality it. If if we're talking like home the gun or something like i think. A fixed front sight at least is the way to go. I mean unless you're running the jit bomb proof optic like if you have a fixed front sight even if you completely blow the glass out of your optic you got a big ass. Go seraing and at yup inside. Seven yards i i. I can do work with a front sight and a tube if i need to i. If i'm gonna do backups. I'll probably do if in fact i don't even have rear backup site online. I only have a front sight and optic. And if i need to push into some weird obscure like i can do that So but yeah. I don't i don't see anything wrong with them again. I just i don't find. I don't find a red dots are. He's lost words in stuff. Tritium i just don't find tritium extremely useful in ninety nine ninety five percent of especially on a rifle if your rifle has a light on it so now it's completely useless so i hear you. I hear you now. Now since we're talking about tritium sites there are these which the back has no tritium whatsoever and the front just an orange circle and with a trillium vile insert so you get the best glow or no. These are the new excess sites their minimalist sites. It's just a serrated rear regular standard site. I doubt you're going to be able to see this very good. Standard is an excess site. That's not a big dot. Yeah and then the front stupid little rear at the front actually orange. But you can't with the you can only see the tritium right now but there's an orange circle around it that's literally it And the trauma game sites. i'd use. This is this is like the third set sites that i have from them that i'll use because and they're all standard sites. They're not they're big dot angles system. Which i don't care for but does They they do have a really they're big dot. Four shotguns is actually useful. Yeah yeah and. I know we're way off. We're kind of done with Anyway so you can go on. That's eight they're big for shotguns is is does hold a how how good role for it. But but yeah these backup. I'm just under the point. I'm gonna do back. Flip up iron. I want all metal and at that point you looking at almost two hundred bucks for a set of metal flip up so offs offset red dot. I hear you ll another thing. I wanted to say about. Pro-life fab defense. They marched through their own drummers. Man they come up with their own names or stuff they just and it's like it doesn't even have to be smooth a roll off the chinese. They don't care it's they're they're like the france of gun accessories companies. They just to do what they wanted to. That's true throwing stuff at the wall and see what sticks like that one stupid site. They came out with that. I think you actually kinda liked a little bit chad. Well wanted us on the whole i. It's like all right. I mean. I mean i kinda i kinda like it. But it's there's no adjustment and it's slower in which is why it is right here now but like tony said. I do like the fact that you can adjust it without like. Because i mean you remember tony. Adjust your front sight in the marines with like a cartridge tip and stuff because nobody had the tools to do it now. He's got three years ago. I still don't have one of those tools. Oh that's because you don't need it because you don't have front sight zane i- have oh okay. So that was the metro fobs and next up. We have the end vision halo x. r. e. now. I'm warning everybody to not fall down. Because ms rpm nine thousand nine hundred and ninety five dollars yes you you heard that right. It's a thermal sight so it actually mounts on the rival is not like a mock you anything but it's kind of one of those things it's like. It's still six forty by four eighty revolution. Of course it's sixty hertz. So you're not gonna notice flashing or anything in your i It does have a fifty millimeter objective lens. The field of.

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"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast

The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast

"Wants to put himself in movies did this. Putting, Adam Sandler movies we put the absolute. Funny, black. Panther. Yeah so that was that was really cool. I got to be on the on the set for shooting green screens stuff with shack which was incredible and people can see on like you whatever right like just look up Shaimaa yeah. If he if you. Look of Shack in. Adam Sandler and then look of shock and. Liz Michael Jordan I saw that one. posted. Tune and is is really fun to do. But I mean, yeah. We just kind of do Social Basketball Style and I'm sure basketball it's GONNA come back at some point I'll still work but hey, if not, you know this whole industry and stuff is about wrong with the punches him and I stopped being stressed out about the employee while ago. because. It's just like you you have to. I don't know there became a point where I was just like. I always found something or I always ended up talking to somebody you're getting something. I mean as long as I was always willing to adapt and and go. Well, it's not exactly what I do as close. To that and that's the other thing like I think What you've said in a lot of other people have said just finding jobs is networking all that stuff is just a connection like you can send all the resumes you want you can. You go on link. Dean. And message recruiters but I mean ninety, nine, ninety, five percent of the jobs are like through knowing someone. Yeah. And it's not an jump yet another thing I I told. When I did like a little intro, one of myself and my career is like it's all about your behavior and how you behave on the job how? You know how likable you are People WanNa call you back. Have you back against like oh I don't want that Guy Shawn come back here he's. He's an idiot he's a jerk. Now he I mean, you just have to be someone that they want to work with again also..

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"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on Sound in Marketing

Sound in Marketing

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on Sound in Marketing

"And going back to you. Were talking about the local businesses being able to advertise and that brings in revenue for the hotels and The you know the service companies that are utilizing your Your hardware. I think that that's really wise too because with all of the research that I've been doing and what I've been hearing and everything. Nobody wants to be sold out anymore. Like they wanted it to be passive. They want it to be entertaining. They don't WanNa they they know when they're being sold to and I think people are just tired of that and I think of you know like I live in the L. A. Area and when I go into Hollywood it's too much there's just signs everywhere and it's just like Sparkley and it's overwhelming and you can't see you you know you could be looking right out something and miss it because there's just too much stimulation going on so I think that going into the sound marketing realm. Just make sense because we've we've oversaturated the visual. I mean they're visual. The visual marketing will always be there. And there's definitely a use for it and everything like that but I feel like it's it's been oversaturated and people are just tired and a little bit worn out from like just looking at things so kind of speaking quietly in someone's ear In in a nice way you know in unique but like A sincere way. I think that's the way that all marketing should go. We and and and all kind of MBA's it has to be. He has to be stopped Toledo if they are asking for a local restaurant and you have to kind of give them something. You know Ah Tim San or you know. Tell Them Alexa. Saint you you know For example that showed off in Lincoln posted you know and just asking for Wake and I get a call how you know and and it pushes them to the hotel. Bah you know it recommends the for example. Bloody Mary and I it says Hey told him Alexa. Saint you unite for ten percent off so the goal there is you know very subtle. Show that you know until there is a hotel bar. I recommend the body Mary and that may be if not the most popular of it. They have it gives them a ten percent discount And so you know the belief there is right now the unshowable where else they can get a drink. They've just been given a ten percent discount. It'd be recommended a drink. If they are serious about Bonnie's on me I feel pretty confident that mocking points going to turn into a transaction And so we we think it is very powerful. You know again though. The other one is a restaurant you know you you come to a hotel and we all go there. We travel you know when we go to a different city. Would just we have really no clue? We have no idea where to go so so again. You know you're asking for restaurant. And the of course the hotel promote their own And you've been given say you know a free wine or even famous for breakfast? Get a free coffee. Go to go downstairs and get coffee. Sorry breakfast on site and we'll give you a free coffee. I think ninety nine ninety five percent of the Tom. I think that's GonNa Change you in transaction because we just you know. We're looking for some bit of information and get a free coffee absolutely. I'm going to that. You know the on site restaurant of China and out free. I'm all about free. Yeah sorry so little discounts Lou free and making it a little bit little Making that quite personal adding in little quirky responses like the fact that you know Alexa recommends the Buddy Mariel or just little customer responsive Alexa personality. Not like a you know I'm trying think robotic Marketing Pitch. You know you do. And that's real important throughout the whole process for the hotel and and different industries. Is You got to add in? It's going to build on its own personality. And you can customize that in to the responsive little You quickey responses old pauses here and there or little things that you know. I think he can really bring it to life. You know Outside of just that robotic response yeah Speaking of the robotic response and everything like that right now we have a lexcen Syria and like all of those characters or those voices and everything like that I've actually been hearing a lot more about people. Coming up with like customized voice customized voices for their brand because your article about it Alexa and Siri are actually the first Marketing that you get once. The voice starts so even your brand. You're hearing Google or you're hearing Amazon and so they're actually selling themselves first before you get to sell yourself. So I'm I'm just wondering Has there been any anything that you've been hearing about where people are coming up with kind of like the sonic branding thing. But like this is more like an actual voice character For instance like Amazon Alexa can sound like Nick Fury. Yeah Damn Jackson's voice thing room and they have the censored in the nonsense version like cracks me so powerful and and you're actually Iraq for example what we have done on a small scale. Sorry we'll villar done in the UK on a small scale is got quite a few celebrities from different sporting teams to deliver those those those responses instead of Alexa robotically delivering the the answer. The they can evidently to record A real a real person for example they use the the English cricket team captain And so you know familiar to the UK. For example a lot of people will present. Romley know that voice you know and they do it for a lot of different Features and they get key sporting figures from you know obviously the The UK to Customize and record those responses in it you could you could Find Hotel. Chains aligning themselves with celebrity. You know and like you said the semi Jackson's great great examples. Some voices on a lot more on well known nowadays. And you know if you could get a David Adam Bra you know to align yourself with with a hotel and and showed his liberal work on the front end but I would like to hear them. You know delivering me that mundane information but it's coming from David Adam Bre you know I think there's a lot of Palette you know to add that customization again for brands. You know and they already do it. They align themselves visually with actors or people of of significance And I think the voice side of things is just as powerful you know and so I think there's two hotel set himself a pot for brands to products for locations to set themselves pot with You know custom voices or celebrities and what what is Or let me rephrase that so. This is a brand new thing. Hotels are trying this out. You've only been around for. Did you say three years four years for years for years okay? So that's that's fairly fairly new just the spectrum of voice systems and things like that but so these hotels are taking. They're taking a chance. They're trying something new. You're presenting them with the education and to them what they can do and like options and things like that from that experience. What is been the most creative Experiment that a hotel or hospitality service has come up with from what you've taught them so like have they expanded upon what you've taught them and come up with something very interesting from marketing Craig's perspective. No we haven't had anyone come up with something really unique or special. It's kind of you know they might have an idea regarding similar to that too. I think it's The the the the chain is the village the village in the UK where they've used Those those custom recordings from local Sporting celebrities that would be you know. I think a brilliant brilliant marketing ploy. But we haven't seen that would be as as as far as it had gone. You know And you know there is. There is only so much you can do by. It would become come around. You know those those creative ways of marketing like like we like we discussed You know the the the the some of the basic stuff like Ruin control and you know. Tv control and all those different Elements but yeah from from hotel perspective. I don't think there's huge opportunity. When you kind of get out into other industries will maybe will public based Locations for this this voice Technology I think there's a lot more you could do. You know based on seasons you know Obviously with Halloween you know.

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"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"There's a book written by a former New York Times investigative reporting named Seymour Hersh. The book is called the dark side of Camelot Camelot refers to the administration of John F Kennedy. And in the book, he reveals a number of things that are not so pleasant about our former president, including that one time he threatened to send an ambassador he didn't like to another country. That was there was less less. Prestigious less comfortable. He said if he doesn't stop it. I'm going to quote, send him to one of the African boogie republics close quote. I know a man name Burt your he recently died. Good friend of mine. He wrote a book. Yes, I can be autobiography of Sammy Davis junior became a bestseller. And the book describes how. Sammy Davis junior campaign vigorously for John Kennedy in one thousand nine hundred nineteen sixty election to the point where he postponed his marriage to a white actress because he felt it might alienate Democrats in the south would be voters in the south and in wanna hurt the president's chances the man who became president his chances of winning. So he postponed his wedding. Kennedy wins simulated junior gets married. And John Kennedy diss invites Sammy Davis junior from performing on the inaugural. It wasn't that he was invited. He was invited. And then they withdrew the invitation. Is a single. And Burt told me that it devastated. Sammy Davis junior. Here. He is breaking his but campaigning for this, man. And Richard Nixon got about thirty nine percent of the about thirty nine percent or so of the black vote wasn't it? He got a pretty. A high percentage now that that would blow people away. And he invited him from performing at the inaugural because he married a white one. Even after Sammy Davis junior postponed, the wet the marriage. So it wouldn't hurt. He was thirty two percent that Nixon got of the black vote. Can you imagine getting thirty two percent? And I point is. So it wasn't like like Kennedy was ninety nine ninety five percent popular within the black vote. The way the way the blindfold goes right now. Disinvited him. Does anybody call JFK racist bake it for that? And it's not like it's just some sort of story that is just. Muttered about it. And no one can crop rate. It it happened. Has it altered your impression of JFK really hasn't? But Donald Trump. Donald Trump is racist. A racist whose economy has made black unemployment near historic lows a racist. Who's doing something about the competition posed by unskilled laborers competition? That poses threats to jobs. He'll by unskilled workers living in the inner city black and Brown. He racist who wants to allow inner city parents the option particular kid out of an underperforming government school giving their kid a better shot. I thought education was a key to upward mobility. Both think tanks on the left and the right say finish high school, I finish high school. I ideally one where when you graduate. You can read writing computer grade level. Donald trump. To give parents a better opportunity to get their kid into a better school..

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"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"There's a book written by a former New York Times investigative reporting named Seymour Hersh. The book is called the dark side of Camelot Camelot refers to the administration of John F Kennedy. And in the book, he reveals a number of things that are not so pleasant about our former president, including that one time he threatened to send an ambassador he didn't like to another country. That was there was less less. Less prestigious less comfortable. He said if he doesn't stop it. I'm going to quote sent him to one of the African boogie republics close quote. I know a man name Burt warrior he recently died. Good friend of mine. He wrote a book. Yes. I can the autobiography of Sammy Davis junior became a bestseller. And the book describes how. Sammy Davis junior campaign vigorously for John Kennedy in one thousand nine hundred for the nineteen sixty election to the point where he postponed his marriage to a white actress because he felt he might alienate Democrats in the south of would be voters in the south and didn't want to hurt the president's chances. The man who became president his chances of winning. So he postponed his wedding. Kennedy wins. Sammy Davis junior gets married. And John Kennedy diss invites Sammy Davis junior from performing on the inaugural. It wasn't that he was invited. He was invited. And then they withdrew the invitation. Is a single. And Burt told me that it devastated. Sammy Davis junior. Here. He is breaking his but campaigning for this, man. Richard Nixon got about thirty nine percent of the about thirty nine percent or so of the black vote wasn't it? He got a pretty. High-percentage percentage now that that would blow people away. And he invited him from performing at the inaugural because he married a white woman even after Sammy Davis junior postponed, the wet the marriage so hurt. He was thirty two percent that Nixon got of the black vote them. Can you imagine getting thirty two percent? And I point is. So it wasn't like like Kennedy was ninety nine ninety five percent popular within the black vote. The way the way the blackfoot goes right now. Disinvited him. Does anybody? Call JFK racist vacant for that. And it's not like it's just some sort of story that is just. Muttered about it, and no one can cooperate it. It happened. Has it altered your impression of JFK really hasn't? But Donald Trump. Donald Trump is a racist. A racist whose economy has made black unemployment near historic lows a racist who've doing something about the competition posed by unskilled laborers competition. That poses threats to jobs held by unskilled workers living in the inner city black and Brown. A racist who wants to allow inner city parents the option that particular kid out of an underperforming government school giving their kid a better shot. I thought education was a key to upward mobility. Both think tanks on the left and the right say finish high school, I finish high school. I ideally one where when you graduate. You can read writing computer grade level. Donald trump. Love to give parents better opportunity to get their kid into a better school. And he's a racist. Back to the Cohen hearings for just a second. Now, rush tax resolution have been helping my listeners for years. And they continue to resolve IRS issues. Even though the IRS has slammed with millions of calls that are coming in now because of the reopening of the government rushed checks told me about a call. They got just the other day from a lady who was frantic.

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"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"There's a book written by a former New York time to this debate a reporter named Seymour Hersh. The book is called the dark side of Camelot Camelot refers to the administration of John F Kennedy. And in the book, he reveals a number of things that are not so pleasant about our former president, including that one time he threatened to send an ambassador he didn't like to another country. That was there was less less. Less prestigious less comfortable. He said if he doesn't stop it. I'm going to quote, send him to one of the African boogie republics close quote. I know a man named Burt Boyer. He recently died. Good friend of mine. He wrote a book. Call. Yes, I can the autobiography of Sammy Davis junior became a bestseller. In the book describes how. Sammy Davis junior campaign vigorously for John Kennedy in one thousand nine hundred for the hundred sixty election to the point where he postponed his marriage to a white actress because he felt it might alienate Democrats in the south of would be voters in the south and didn't want to hurt the president's chances. The man who became president his chances of winning so postponed his wedding. Kennedy wins. Sammy Davis junior gets married. And John Kennedy diss invites Sammy Davis junior from performing on the inaugural. It wasn't that he was invited. He was invited. And then they withdrew the invitation. It's a single. And Burt told me that it devastated. Sammy Davis junior. Here. He is breaking his but campaigning for this, man. And Richard Nixon got about thirty nine percent of the about thirty nine percent or so of the black vote wasn't it? He got a pretty. A high percentage now that that would blow people away. And he invited him from performing at the inaugural because he married a white woman even after Sammy Davis junior postponed, the wet the marriage. So wouldn't hurt? He was thirty two percent that Nixon got of the black vote. Can you imagine getting thirty two percent? And I point is. So it wasn't like like Kennedy was ninety nine ninety five percent popular within the black vote. The way the way the black vote goes right now. Invited him. Does anybody? Call JFK a racist it for that. And it's not like it's just some sort of story that is just. Muttered about it. And no one can crop rate. It it happened. Has it altered your impression of JFK really hasn't? But Donald Trump. Donald Trump is racist. Racist whose economy has made black unemployment near historic lows a racist who've doing something about the competition posed by unskilled labourers competition. Pulls a stretch to jobs, he'll by unskilled workers living in the inner city, black and Brown. A racist who wants to allow inner city parents the option particular kid out of an underperforming government school giving their kid a better shot. I thought education was a key to upward mobility. Both think tanks on the left and the right say finish high school. I finish highschool. I ideally one where when you graduate. You can read writing computer grade level. Donald trump. Let's give parents a better opportunity to get their kid into a better school. And he's racist. Back to the Cohen hearings for just a second. Now, rushtaxresolution has been helping my listeners for years. And they continue to resolve IRS issues. Even though the IRS has slammed with millions of calls that are coming in now because of the reopening of the government rushed techs told me about a call. They got just the other day from a lady who.

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"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine ninety five percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"There's a book written by a former New York time to this debate reporter named Seymour Hersh. The book is called the dark side of Camelot Camelot refers to the administration of John F Kennedy. And in the book, he reveals a number of things that are not so pleasant about our former president, including that one time he threatened to send an ambassador he didn't like to another country. There was less less. Prestigious less comfortable. He said if he doesn't stop it. I'm going to quote, send him to one of the African boogie republics close quote. I know a man name bird Boyer. He recently died. Good friend of mine. He wrote a book. Called. Yes, I can be Audubon free of Sammy Davis junior became a bestseller. And the book describes how. Sammy Davis junior campaign vigorously for John Kennedy in one thousand nine hundred for the nineteen sixty election to the point where he postponed his marriage to a white actress because he felt it might alienate Democrats in the south of would be voters in the south and didn't want to hurt the president's chances. The man who became president his chances of winning. So he postponed his wedding. Kennedy wins. Sammy Davis junior gets married. And John Kennedy diss invites Sammy Davis junior from performing on the inaugural. It wasn't that he was invited. He was invited. And then they withdrew the invitation. Is a single. And Burt told me that it devastated. Sammy Davis junior. Here. He is breaking his but campaigning for this, man. Richard Nixon got about thirty nine percent of the about thirty nine percent or so of the black vote wasn't it? He got a pretty. A high percentage now that would blow people away. And he invited him from performing at the inaugural because he married a white woman even after Sammy Davis junior postponed, the wet the marriage. So it wouldn't hurt. He was thirty two percent that Nixon got of the plaque vote. Can you imagine getting thirty two percent? Larry elder eight sixty AM the answer. Kennedy was ninety nine ninety five percent popular within the black vote. The way the way the blackfoot goes right now. Disinvited him. Does anybody call JFK racists, bigots for that? And it's not like it's just some sort of story that is just. Muttered about it. And no one can crop rate. It it happened. Has it altered your impression of JFK? Now, really hasn't but Donald Trump. Donald Trump is a racist. A racist whose economy has made black unemployment near historic lows a racist. Who's doing something about the competition posed by unskilled labourers competition? Poses threats jobs held by unskilled workers living in the inner city black and Brown. The racist who wants to allow inner city parents the option particular kid out of an underperforming government school giving their kid a better shot. I thought education was a key to upward mobility. Both think tanks on the left and the right say finish high school, I finish high school. I ideally one where when you graduate. You can read writing computer grade level. Donald trump. To give parents a better opportunity to get their kid into a better school. And he's racist. Back to the Cohen hearings. Just a second. Now, rushtaxresolution has been helping my listeners for years. And they continue to resolve IRS issues. Even though the IRS has slammed with millions of calls that are coming in now because of the reopening of the government west techs told me about a call. They got just the other day from a lady who.

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