17 Burst results for "Patrick Kind"

"patrick kind" Discussed on School of Podcasting

School of Podcasting

07:40 min | Last month

"patrick kind" Discussed on School of Podcasting

"Huge. So you can have your own little corner of TikTok. I guess there's a thing like a hashtag book talk. And she said, the reason she is on TikTok is because it's helping her actually sell books. And that's the goal of her enterprise is to sell books and so she showed where there are people there just giving tips. They're usually like 15 to 30 seconds. I've started my own little TikTok adventure. And she showed again, it was just, there are things that are valuable or entertaining. It's kind of my same criteria, right? You're gonna make people laugh, cry, think, grown, educator, entertain, and so, but the one tip I wanted to give you is you can set up your account under whatever you want your main TikTok to be. And then you can set up another one to just browse, kind of be your lab. My TikTok lab, because it turns out what you look at will affect what kind of audience you attract or something to do with the algorithm. So she said, that is a strategy you can do is have kind of a TikTok lab account and then one where you actually produce the information. So the other tool that I knew about, but I'd never really heard about and had some questions was substack. And the presenter was James breakwell, who was a really nice guy. And he explained how, number one, substack is free. And he had a ton of people in MailChimp. And move them to sub stack where you do own the email addresses because I said, look, substack is free. And if you're new to the show, I'm not a fan of free stuff. I'm just not because free is not a good business model. I said so if I ever wanted to export my subscribers, he's like, yep, absolutely. And of course, the fun thing with substack is you can sell, you could create a newsletter and then sell it and he had a ton of subscribers and you guessed it less than 3% actually signed up for the paid stuff. So the whole 3% rule and you can read about that in my book, profit from your podcast is in full effect, but he also mentioned that the best time to send, according to substack, is Monday at 11 a.m., that is Eastern Time, as well as Friday at 11 a.m. eastern standard time. And the reason for that was on Monday, well, it's Monday and we're all back to work, et cetera, et cetera. And then on Friday, apparently 11 a.m. people start thinking about the weekend and they're kind of working, but they're kind of not, and so he said, what was interesting is because he had so many subscribers because he had a bunch of stuff. He was super viral on Twitter and he's had some great videos and he's got this whole he has four daughters and he's a joke writer very, very funny guy. And he said that he had so many subscribers that he kind of got in contact with the whole team at substack and he was like, so when I say these stats, he's like, they're like, yeah, this is what happens. So this is the best time to send. So I thought I would pass that along to you. Now, if you're thinking of starting a newsletter, you might look at substack. Now realize I use ConvertKit. And I'm paying 50 bucks a month for ConvertKit. And I do things like a, B, split test some of my headlines. I have some lead magnets where if you want my podcast checklist, you know, the podcast launch checklist. That's on ConvertKit. And I don't know that you can do that kind of marketing stuff because it's not really a marketing newsletter. It's a writers newsletter. But if you're thinking of starting a newsletter, and if you're thinking about maybe doing a newsletter, the people pay for it, because what he does is he has a free newsletter on Monday and a not free newsletter on Friday is how he works that. But if all you want to do is collect email addresses and not have to pay for them, this might be a case to go. And I know there are some other, there's one beehive or something like that. There are basically sub stack clones for lack of a better places. And I know even ConvertKit, I could set it up to where people would pay. I don't charge for my newsletter at this point because I want people to sign up so I can say join the school of podcasting. But if you're looking for a freeway to just send a newsletter, you might want to check out substack. They do have some sort of bizarre podcast tie in, but as I looked into it, I don't see a feed, it's kind of one of those where I'm like, do they really just mean audio on a website? And I know they have a weird thing in their app that if you don't want to record your voice, you can basically let the substack robot when people are in the sub stack app. So it reminds me a little bit of medium. If you've ever gone to medium dot com, it's another place where you can post. Both of those, I kind of go, why wouldn't you post a blog? I don't know on your website. So all the Google juice that comes from that blog goes, I don't know, on your website. It's just an idea. It's a thought, but those are two things that I was like, huh, I might want to sniff those just a little harder when I get back home. Oh. Now that's a good question. When he said in his question, I thought immediately I know who I'm using in October. Hey Dave, it's Patrick Keller from the big seance podcast at big seance dot com. Patrick always great to hear from you and of course you tie in very nicely with the whole October Halloween big spooky stuff over at big seance dot com and I'm going to leave Patrick's full question when you go to school of podcasting dot com slash question. But in a nutshell, you know, there are certain things that all the gurus say you should do it this way or that way. And Patrick kind of boiled it down to this. What standard or tradition in podcasting do you tend to ignore and why do you do it differently? So you are coloring outside the lines in a way. Now, I need your answer by October 28th, 2022. Go over to school of podcasting dot com slash question and you can either click there and record an answer, or if you've already recorded one, you can upload it there. And again, you can hear because Patrick kind of gives a couple of examples. If you're like, I'm not quite sure what he's talking about. School of podcasting dot com slash question is where you can hear the full question. And again, I need that by Friday, October 28th, 2022. Ah, where am I gonna be? Well, from November 7th to the 9th I'll be in Miami, Florida at the healthcare Internet conference, talking on becoming a podcast pro. If you would like me to speak at your events in 2023, simply go out to school with podcasting dot com slash contact. I love speaking at events and being an advocate for podcasting. Yeah, yeah, yeah,

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"patrick kind" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

05:21 min | Last month

"patrick kind" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Try it today. Let's talk about I love the section of the movie about the Barney legends. Yeah, and when we talk about that, it's like there is something in our core as a society to see something that seems perfect and need to break it down. You know, or pop that bubble positivity. And we not just Barney, but Mr. Rogers, this perfect beat was perfect, you know? Right. And disease rumors that, oh, he was in the military and he killed a bunch of people. He has tattoos up and down his arms, you know? He did this with children did that. It's like they're all lies, you know? Steve blue's clues apparently died of a heroin overdose or a car crash. He was in our documentary. But Barney, there was these rumors where people say, he hung himself in the suit. David Jordan of the body of Barney got a call from his mom crying going, are you alive? You know, like, but it happens. It's something that happens about these characters that it's really interesting like why we feel the need to break something down. Another thing was that Barney was a demon. Well, there was this rumor. I mean, this is like early Internet, but there was this lost tape of Barney where some parents swore that they saw this show of Barney where he was cursing and laughing like a crazy man. There was a rumor that Barney was named after a 1930s serial killer. Serial killer, yeah. Yeah, you could play this song backwards, and it was like, it had some sort of song in there too. My favorite was, in the 93, it's like these news broadcasts. When interview intelligent journalist people and they would say, there's got to be something subliminal in the show because it's the way kids reacting to it. There's got to be something in there that parents don't hear. Does this furious people saying these things? It's ridiculous. Although my daughter, you know, she was one when we were filming, we put Barney on and she's like glued to the TV. So there could be something in that. I don't know. The other good one is that Barney's tales filled with cocaine. Well, that's the fun one for me because so there was a rumor that Barney was a Coke head and just had drugs in his tail. What was the truth is, Barney was so popular at the time those dolls, people would smuggle drugs in the dolls and like there was like proven cases of people smuggling drugs in Barney Dahl. So I feel like somewhere down the line, that's where that rumor started, you know? I just love that man that costume is so big and hard to deal with putting cocaine in the tail to be the last place you want to put it because it'd be too hard to get it out. Yeah, like we talked to David Jordan I don't think I don't think it's in the movie, but he's like, how would I even do that? Right. That's the worst spot to put my drugs. What is the story kind of about Cheryl each and her family? Because it does get very kind of dark and sad. Because like you mentioned, she creates this character to bring joy to children, but it brings nothing but crushing horrible things to her family itself. The success of Barney definitely had like a divide in her relationship with her husband. You know, I mean, some things I feel like you should watch the movie to kind of see that sort of thing. But unfortunately, in spoilers, you know, things do happen with her son that you just like, it's just unfortunate. And as we get to know the character of Cheryl, and then I'll tell you, she's not interviewed in this movie, which you know. I've met up with her and sleepy hollow New York. We had this amazing four hour lunch, and we laugh. We cry. We really bonded. But deep down, she just didn't want to be in the movie. For a couple different reasons. And one of which she never addressed the bashing back then, and she wasn't going to address the movie now. You know, if the movie was just called, I love you, she would be in it. But the fact that it says you hate me, there is some part of it that she was just never going to want to be a part of. But with her family, there's a lot of, you know, you don't know what happens behind closed doors. I mean, like, look, for you, it's like 8 time champion, you know, successful wrestler, but who knows? Behind closed doors, there could be something you're struggling with and all that sort of stuff. And just because you're successful, doesn't mean you have this happy go life. And unfortunately with Cheryl, that was kind of the case with her family. I'm sure everything's fine with you, Chris, don't worry. I thought it was interesting when what was her son's name? Patrick, with how Patrick kind of grows up with this much more famous older brother that kind of takes away all the attention from him. Of course talking about Barney. Yeah, it's a really a story of a mother and two children, right? Patrick, her real child who Barney was made for. Right. Patrick couldn't pay attention to he was just what they call an overactive two year old. And how do you get him to calm down for just a couple of minutes where Cheryl could just get a shower or just make lunch or just have like a moment of peace. So Barney was created for him. And then now this character, her brother, and she's always been in the press saying I'm Barney's mom.

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"patrick kind" Discussed on School of Podcasting

School of Podcasting

08:21 min | Last month

"patrick kind" Discussed on School of Podcasting

"Question in the group. And so I wanted to point that out that when you go into a Facebook group, there is a search. And the reason I point this out, not as an old curmudgeon that's going, please use the search button machine. But as a person who's like, look, you're in there and you might have a question. The question might have been answered, I don't know, for 5, 6000 times before you were in the group. And if you do a search, you can actually find the answer now before somebody goes, don't use a blue Yeti. So there is a search in most groups. Then the other thing I wanted to point out, and I'm going to bet you that when I say this, you're going to go, I didn't know that. You go in, somebody has asked a really good question. You're like, hey, that's a really good question. And so you just type the phrase following. Because when somebody replies to this now, now that you've replied to it, you will actually get a notification that somebody replied to that. You don't have to type following, there is the three little dots. You guys ready for the word of the day? It's an ellipsis. That's right. The password is ellipsis. And so when you click on the ellipsis, you'll see an option that says, turn on notifications for this post. I bet you didn't know that. Maybe you did. Now something else I want to bring up is there are groups for other podcasters and for other associations. So for example, I'll go into podcast movement or podcast or all these other Facebook groups about in event because they may or may not have a course. And also, remember, rule number one, no self promoting. That is almost always rule number one because that gets really boring really quick. And so if I'm in, let's say, Kevin Schmidt, who's been on the show, has a group for his podcast. I am his guest in his house. How rude is it for me to try to poach people in Kevin's house? If I go to buzzsprout, I'm in their Facebook group. I'm not in there going, hey, lips in you. I work at lips. That's not very nice. But I can go in there and answer questions. That aren't media host related and build relationships with other people. You don't go into somebody's house and poach that is not the place to do that. And that also means if you go, well, Dave, the way you do that is not in the Facebook group, you just go in and DM everybody. Well, that's not very cool either. I mean, come on, who are you? Acast? You should be there to give to the group, not take from the group. And I am seeing this in some cases more frequently than I want to. I kind of feel bad that I have to say this, but don't poach other people's clients. That's just so not cool. And here's the other thing that I don't think most people think about, because I've done lips and webinars and I see people that just put their website address. Frequently, like every three minutes, and then you're like talking about it. And you're like, look, you're kind of messing up the chat room here with your because you're just spamming, you're just spamming. And so I just, to me, I think it's short sighted because if you think about it, if your client, let's say you pick up a client from spamming a Facebook group, do they really, how strong are they going to trust you? Because you're poaching other people's clients. That's not really like, I always wonder like, if you cheat on your partner or your spouse, like, okay, the person that you cheated with, how strongly are they going to trust you when you go, I would never cheat on you. Just a thought. So bottom line, don't poach other people's clients. It's not nice. And you might be thinking, Dave, that seems to be a bit of a hot button, is that happened to you? And the answer would be, yes. And in the immortal words of Forrest Gump, that's all I have to say about it. And those are just some of the ways that you can find out what your audience is looking for. For more ways to do that, of course, go to school of podcasting dot com slash listener. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. I've done this before. I used the studio sound in descript to clean up the clip from Twitter. Here is part of the original one. But Omar did is before he had a platform like this, is he went out in San Diego with a cooler of soda pop. And here it is, after running it through studio sound. But Omar did is before he had a platform like this, is he went out in San Diego with a cooler of soda pop. I'll have a video on how I did that at school of podcasting dot com slash 8 four 9. Oh. Now that's a good question. When he said in his question, I thought immediately I know who I'm using in October. Hey Dave, it's Patrick Keller from the big seance podcast at big seance dot com. Patrick always great to hear from you and of course you tie in very nicely with the whole October Halloween big spooky stuff over at big seance dot com and I'm gonna leave Patrick's full question when you go to school of podcasting dot com slash question but in a nutshell, you know there are certain things that all the gurus say you should do it this way or that way and Patrick kind of boiled it down to this. What standard or tradition in podcasting do you tend to ignore and why do you do it differently? So you are coloring outside the lines in a way. Now I need your answer by October 28th, 2022, go over to school of podcasting dot com slash question and you can either click there and record an answer, or if you've already recorded one, you can upload it there. And again, you can hear because Patrick kind of gives a couple of examples. If you're like, I'm not quite sure what he's talking about. School of podcasting dot com slash question is where you can hear the full question. And again, I need that by Friday, October 28th, 2022. Packing my bags, hit the road, where am I gonna be? Well, October 20th through the 22nd, I will be at the Erma Bombeck writer's workshop in Dayton, Ohio, one of my favorite events because everybody there is just so funny. November 7th through the 9th, I will be in Miami, Florida talking about how to become a podcast pro at the healthcare Internet conference. Now if you'd like me to speak, get your event simply go to school with podcasting dot com slash contact and to see my full itinerary go to school of podcasting dot com slash where. Hey, if you're a person that likes podcasting and likes YouTube, if you would be so inclined to go to YouTube dot com and then a slash and then the at symbol, like a Twitter handle at David Jackson, Dave was taken already. I'm dangerously close to getting close to 3000 subscribers to my channel, which I realize is nothing compared to many other people. But for me, it's kind of a big deal. And so if you like YouTube and you like podcasting, I typically have quick little 5, 6 minute videos over there. Again, YouTube dot com slash at David Jackson. And of course, all my links are out of my website, school of podcasting dot com, and I'll put a link to that out at school of podcasting dot com slash 8 four 9, which is where all the links and notes and everything else that I mentioned in today's episode will be. Thanks so much for listening. Until next week, take care. God bless class

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"patrick kind" Discussed on School of Podcasting

School of Podcasting

07:10 min | 2 months ago

"patrick kind" Discussed on School of Podcasting

"To point out that because I don't charge like a marketer. Now, why don't I do that? Because I'm not a marketer, not that all marketers are bad, but my background's in teaching and I like to help people. In fact, recently, on the advice of a, many members of the school of podcasting and a business coach, I raised my prices. But it's still nothing near what a lot of people are charging. And I realized that some people are probably thinking what I'm thinking. And let me explain to you what I did. I'm always buying new courses because a, my background's in teaching. And if you're not learning, you're going backwards. And number two, I want to see kind of what their onboarding process is and just how they bring their students on them. Making sure that the school of podcasting has a great onboarding system has a beautiful community where people feel safe, et cetera, et cetera. And so I bought this course and I'm not going to out the person, but it was like, it was on Facebook. It was like, hey, 37 bucks, you watch this webinar. It's going to show you how to be a hero on TikTok and get a gazillion downloads and viewers and subscribers and blah blah blah. I'm like, all right, 37 bucks. How bad can it be? So I buy the $37 product, and of course the minute I buy it, it's like, hey, way to go, buy my second product for X amount of money. And I was like, no. And then when I said no, I said, oh, hey, you're missing the opportunity. By the way, you can buy everything I have for like $3000 or something. It was ridiculous. And I was like, okay. And then when I listened to the webinar, it was a two hour webinar, and I'm not making this up. 51 minutes, the first 51 minutes were him pitching. Like, oh, here's one of my customers. Look at him, he's blowing up. Here's Sarah. She's blowing up. She's doing a thing. Look at this guy. He's old. He's blowing up. That's really what I paid by him. Now, granted, it was $37, okay? It's not a ton of cash. But I did the same thing. I sign up for a course on kind of communities and such. There's one guy that's doing a great and another person that, again, was an upsell. He was like, hey, I've got this other thing that can help you do this and this and that. And it's only under additional. I think I paid 99 bucks for the first thing, and it was like another 30 for this other thing. And I was like, you know what? If that actually does what it says it's gonna do, I will buy that. So he's got me 'cause my credit card is in my hand. That's why they do upsells. I get that. And then the third one was like, hey, if you want to be a superstar and be part of my VIP, only here, and it would literally was a $1000. And then I said no. And I said, what about three payments of 309 was like, no, and then the email just keeps coming. Like, hey, you missed that opportunity for that $1000. I'm like, I said, no. No means no, kids. And so I just wanted to point out that if you ever look at the school of podcasting and go, well, this can't be any good. It's not even a hundred bucks a month. The reason for that is I'm giving you everything I have. There are no upsells. I'm not going to, I'm going to hound you to make a podcast 'cause that's what you hired me for. I'm the person that's going to go, hey, I noticed you signed up two weeks ago and you haven't even looked at the courses yet. Anything I can do to help. Because in some cases, that's what people are hiring before. I want you to be annoying and make me get out of my comfort zone. That's what I do. I'm a teacher. That's what I do. And so I just wanted to point that out that if you've ever looked at the school of podcasting and said, well, wait a minute. This guy is charging three easy payments of 6, 6, 7. This person's charging three easy payments of four 96, and this person and Dave's not even charging a hundred. I'm a teacher. And I love to help people, and I'm trying to make enough money to pay off some debts that I have and things like that. And I get a big kick out of helping you start a podcast. But if you're worried that if you sign up at such a low, low price that you're going to get a bunch of emails asking you to buy my book, no, sorry, I'm not. I hate upsells as much as you do. It's built into the program I'm using. I'm using podia, and I could easily add a ton of upsells, but in the same way that I hit getting text messages, marketing text messages to my phone, I'm not going to do that to you. And in the same way that I hate somebody going, hey, they're rockstar, so glad that you bought my product now. Let's get you to the VIP tent. No, I'm not going to do that either. I just want to help you plan launch grow. And if you want to monetize your podcast. So if you ever see that at the website, don't go ah, I know what he's doing here. He's going to upsell me. Do I not? Oh. Now that's a good question. When he said in his question, I thought, immediately, I know who I'm using in October. Hey Dave, it's Patrick Keller from the big seance podcast at big seance dot com. Patrick always great to hear from you and of course you tie in very nicely with the whole October Halloween big spooky stuff over at big seance dot com and I'm gonna leave Patrick's full question when you go to school with podcasting dot com slash question. But in a nutshell, you know, there are certain things that all the gurus say, you should do it this way or that way. And Patrick kind of boiled it down to this. What standard or tradition in podcasting do you tend to ignore and why do you do it differently? So you are coloring outside the lines in a way. Now, I need your answer by October 28th, 2022. Go over to school of podcasting dot com slash question and you can either click there and record an answer, or if you've already recorded one, you can upload it there. And again, you can hear because Patrick kind of gives a couple of examples. If you're like, I'm not quite sure what he's talking about. School of podcasting dot com slash question is where you can hear the full question. And again, I need that by Friday, October 28th, 2022. Packing my bags, hit the road, where am I gonna be? Well, October 20 through the 22nd, I will be at the Erma Bombeck writer's workshop in Dayton, Ohio, one of my favorite events because everybody there is just so funny. November 7th through the 9th, I will be in Miami, Florida talking about how to become a podcast pro at the healthcare Internet conference. Now if you'd like me to speak at your event simply go to school with podcasting dot com slash contact and to see my full itinerary go to school of podcasting dot com slash wear.

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"patrick kind" Discussed on School of Podcasting

School of Podcasting

04:06 min | 2 months ago

"patrick kind" Discussed on School of Podcasting

"That's a good question. When he said in his question, I thought immediately I know who I'm using in October. Hey Dave, it's Patrick Keller from the big seance podcast at big seance dot com. Patrick always great to hear from you and of course you tie in very nicely with the whole October Halloween big spooky stuff over at big seance dot com and I'm gonna leave Patrick's full question when you go to school of podcasting dot com slash question. But in a nutshell, you know there are certain things that all the gurus say you should do it this way or that way and Patrick kind of boiled it down to this. What standard or tradition in podcasting do you tend to ignore and why do you do it differently? So you are coloring outside the lines in a way. Now, I need your answer by October 28th, 2022. Go over to school of podcasting dot com slash question and you can either click there and record an answer, or if you've already recorded one, you can upload it there. And again, you can hear because Patrick kind of gives a couple of examples. If you're like, I'm not quite sure what he's talking about. School of podcasting dot com slash question is where you can hear the full question. And again, I need that by Friday, October 28th, 2022. Packing my bags, hit the road, where am I gonna be? Well, October 28th through the 22nd, I will be at the Erma Bombeck writer's workshop in Dayton, Ohio, one of my favorite events because everybody there is just so funny. November 7th through the 9th, I will be in Miami, Florida talking about how to become a podcast pro at the healthcare Internet conference. Now if you'd like me to speak, get your event simply go to school with podcasting dot com slash contact and to see my full itinerary go to school of podcasting dot com slash where. Thanks so much for listening. Next week, I'm going to let you know because somewhere in this episode you heard me say text blah blah blah yada yada yada and I'll do this thing in my bob for you. And the reason I'm being very vague is I did that dynamically because I'm playing with a tool and so next week I think in theory that's going to be one of the most cost effective ways to make it super easy to follow slash subscribe to your show and of course if you have any ideas for a future episode of the school of podcasting. I am wide open for ideas. I do this show for you. I thank you for listening and if you're looking to plan launch grow or monetize your show, I would love to help you come out and join the school of podcasting community where you get

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"patrick kind" Discussed on School of Podcasting

School of Podcasting

08:15 min | 2 months ago

"patrick kind" Discussed on School of Podcasting

"Stars. I downloaded that file twice and that's exactly how it started and so I went over to their website and Steve, I'm going to be sending you a note about your website, there's something you're doing there that you can do. It's very low hanging fruit. And that is Steve from unknown orbits dot com and here's my thoughts on this. We heard multiple times where it was not the promo. Although promos definitely worked, I really expected this. I asked Jim Collison, Fred brought up, asked the podcast coach and Jim said, oh yeah. And so because my answer is no, I've never listened to a show based on a promo. Like somebody played a promo, and I was like, I want to check that out. At least not that I can remember for a very long time. Maybe in the very early days of podcasts because back then, I listened to anything. But I've yet to hear a promo that I'm like, oh, I got to hear more about that. So, however, a lot of people drifted into like Fred talked about a promo, and I thought that was interesting because I remember specifically saying that here was someone who wrote a book and I said, can we go see if this person even has a podcast? The one about 25 things I wish I'd known before I launched a podcast because there are a lot of people that are writing books about podcasting and then you Google the author's name who wrote a book about podcasting and they don't have a podcast. So that was interesting because I have never read that book. So I think that's what we're talking about. I think somebody in the chat room brought it up or something like that. But here again, just the power of hearing about it on a podcast. Now that's a podcast about podcasting. If you ever want free podcast consulting, every Saturday morning, at ten 30 a.m. eastern, go to ask the podcast coach dot com. So we just mentioned it there. And we heard other people say, yeah, Tim mentioned that York had mentioned other podcasts. So they weren't really promos. I think there were in some of these, but in many cases, it's just the host mentioning it. And that is something that is kind of hard to get your head around. As a podcaster, I remember once I was talking with a client and we're kind of doing like what's your show? What's the idea? And I go, do you have any equipment? And he rattled off a whole bunch. And one of the types of equipment he had was a recorder and he had two. He had, I think, the zoom padre before, and he had a RODECaster, and I was like, wait, why do you have the RODECaster? Because you said you had the zoom page directly before and he said, oh, you said it was cool. And I was like, that's 600 bucks. He's like, yeah, I was like, okay, so that's why I was like, you have to be careful sometimes when you're especially reviewing gear or reviewing books or things like that. So I really expected a whole lot of, yeah, I've heard a bunch of promos on shows. I've never acted on them. And Mark brought up a good point. Don't promote your show in his case about history of North America, on a show that's not about history, like you wouldn't put that on the whatever insert non history show. You have to be smart about it. I know Scott from what was that like is very smart. He looks for, does this podcast share my audience? And he knows his audience because he has a Facebook group for it. And he knows that people like his show also like true crime. So often, Scott is looking for true crime shows to swap promos on, and in the future, you're going to hear me talk with Heather osgood and her service, the podcast broker, but when we were talking about promoting your show and such, she brought this out. What I recommend is that you think about doing feed drops. So I'm a huge advocate of fee drops. And if you aren't familiar with what if he drop is essentially you partner with a show and the show releases a bonus episode on their RSS feed, which is essentially it could either be a portion, a cut of your show, you know, like maybe a 5, ten minute cut, or it could even be the whole episode, depending on what you negotiate. And then the host of that show says, hey guys, you got to check out this new show. It's amazing, or it doesn't have to be new, but you have to check out the show. It's amazing. Go check it out. And that will be in a future episode again. She is from many different places, but she launched a new service with some other people called the podcast broker where you can actually sell your podcast. So that'll be coming up in a future episode and speaking of the future coming right up in this episode and speaking of networking with other podcasters, we're going to be talking about the podcast network alliance. I have sunny galt coming up, but first, since we're kind of doing a question of the month thing, I thought it would be appropriate to well, give you the current question of the month. Oh. Now that's a good question. When he said in his question, I thought immediately I know who I'm using in October. Hey Dave, it's Patrick Keller from the big seance podcast at big seance dot com. Patrick always great to hear from you and of course you tie in very nicely with the whole October Halloween big spooky stuff over at big seance dot com and I'm gonna leave Patrick's full question when you go to school of podcasting dot com slash question. But in a nutshell, you know there are certain things that all the gurus say you should do it this way or that way and Patrick kind of boiled it down to this. What standard or tradition in podcasting do you tend to ignore and why do you do it differently? So you are coloring outside the lines in a way. Now I need your answer by October 28th, 2022. Go over to school of podcasting dot com slash question and you can either click there and record an answer, or if you've already recorded one, you can upload it there. And again, you can hear because Patrick kind of gives a couple of examples. If you're like, I'm not quite sure what he's talking about. School of podcasting dot com slash question is where you can hear the full question. And again, I need that by Friday, October 28th, 2022. Well, joining me via squad cast, I was stumbling around the internets and found something called podcast network alliance dot com and then when I went to see, well, who's running this thing, it was sunny galton. I was like, hey, I know her. And so, sunny, thank you for coming on the show. Yeah, absolutely. Thanks for having me, Dave. Let's just start off. How long has this been around? Oh, goodness. We started right when the pandemic started. I guess we're a virus organization and kind of started at the same time. No, it's a funny story because we, and I'm talking about kind of the founding people that first kind of got together and decided, hey, we should have a group that supports small to medium sized independent podcast networks, right? We were at podcast and we were part of a panel together talking about the importance of podcast networks, and I looked around at my fellow panelists, and I'm like, why isn't there a group that really talks about this more often? Because every podcast network operates a little bit differently. And you know, we all have questions and we're all kind of just trying to figure this out ourselves. And so we're like, I don't know if a group like that. I'm like, well, we should start it. Would you guys be interested if we just kind of hopped on a Zoom call and just chatted once a month or something? Would that be of interest to you? And they're like, yeah, let's do that. And so we didn't have a name for the group in the beginning. It was just kind of a little mastermind group or like, let's just figure out podcast networks together. You know? And there was like maybe four or 5 of us that started in the beginning, but we all came from that podcast session, and sooner or later we're like, we should expand this more. Let's get more people involved. It's very organic. Very

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"patrick kind" Discussed on Media Voices

Media Voices

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"patrick kind" Discussed on Media Voices

"News across the country but that that financial support to enable people to make that leap is is sadly not currently there. And that's that's really stifling stifling. That happening which is real shame. Why why does local news really as we discuss. The public interest news element is really really important. There are thing is that the journalists can do a local level that That individuals in campaign groups cannot do typically in terms of hosting patrick kinds incentive. Amplifying local voices the just recently a lavar Reporters was doing reports on a lady Living in forest to cancel were attempting to will lose tree people in the same week to single parents in in in both in singlet with number children in one case the council was was moving at. The mother had children mother and three children into a one bedroom flat which had mice in it And and and and aired Flag that often explained why the something needs to be done to prevent that happening the second as parenthood who was being moved with with her children. Active active the To a new home in stoke she'd never been stuck and obscene offensive fence just like but but moving on hundred miles to some some. I've never lived. His is not really proud. Draft local democracy or focused on that. If local news wasn't magic flag out those issues of course would be some people in the local community. You might get involved and try and do something. But the amplification the jainism can provide to that under Official independence view on the has to be taken seriously. You get something from journalism that you don't get from anywhere else and people in not situation. Don't have anyone to to stand up for them so just local news plays absolutely vital role in in in those in those kinds of.

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"patrick kind" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"patrick kind" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The heroes of 9 11 with the firefighters. The police And now politicians can so easily and so willingly do scapegoat them. I've seen it. You've seen it. In a post 9 11 America. We should have found a way to come together, but various politicians decided they needed to exploit it to win. The Democrats. Specifically went after they gave George W. Bush about a year. And then started doing everything they could done her mighty They ran John Kerry in 2000 and four Mr Flip flop, Mr Waffle. It didn't work. But by then they were like 9 11. That's George Bush's problem, Not our problem. They want to John McCain. They propped up John McCain got John McCain in 2000 and the same members of the media who always wanted John McCain turned on him and stabbed him in the back. It all became political, and now we're at a point where our teachers Many of them in public schools openly talk about how we are. Education is political. And we need your kids to know about transgenderism and and we need your kids to know about the white hetero patriarchy of America that oppressed his people, and we need them to be woke. Woke ism isn't selling to people. You know the firefighters who rushed in on 9 11 the the pilots are that the the the people who were on flight 93. They weren't woke. They were Americans. Can you imagine the Woakes on flight 93? Well, this has been an oppressed minority. We have done bad in the world. Uh, not sure. Not sure we need to take charge here that they if we crash the play and think of the environmental damage Passengers on flight 93 were not work. Turned with the United States. They were concerned with the welfare of their fellow men. They were willing to die, so the rest of us would not They didn't worry about the ISMs in the categories of Intersectionality. I think my friend Patrick kind of disappoint critical race theory and black lives matters kind of give proof to the fact that we are not united and have forgotten the lessons of 9 11. So what were the lessons of 9 11 the lessons of 9 11 and again? This goes back to George W. Bush's speech this weekend. Heroes are made from the average man on the street who rises to the occasion when others do not. And there are lots of those in this country who rose to the occasion many of who lost their lives on 9 11 and those sorts of people still exist in this country. And it's one reason why critical race theory comes for us here. And tries to tell them they are not good or brave. Nor should they act because the act is an act of oppression. It's almost like the demonic is among us the spiritual collapse of the country where we could shame people who would rise up and do the right thing. One of the lessons of 9 11 was that the heroes are here. We don't know who they are. There's no crisis. To which they must yet respond. But when the crisis comes that they will rise up we will find out who they are. Another is that there is real evil in the world and evil and you've got to pay attention to this one more than any other. There is real evil. And it's not your neighbor who sees the world differently than you. It's not the Democrat. It's not even the progressive. You may not like it. You may think they went up into the country. It's not even the academic who doesn't like you would believe the whole hetero patriarchy. Nonsense. They're not really evil. They're foolish, sinful, their prideful. They're not evil, Evil exists and we as a society Across the political spectrum we have defined down what evil is. We saw evil on 9 11. There's a concerted effort right now in the media to make January six synonymous and tied to 9 11 and say, that's the same as if there were no burning buildings, crumbling buildings, dying bodies. On January 6th, but the media can't get over itself. There were real lessons on 9 11 and now seeing people marching through the streets, burning things. So you know we're the country. We're not a perfect country. There is no perfect country till eternity. There's no perfect country. We're not a perfect people were good. People were not perfect people. We could be a great people again if we chose to be, but a lot of us. We've gotten so self absorbed these days. We choose not to be great. The media. Of course itself has become so narcissistic. It views itself as the hero on 9 11. I kid you, not the um David Balder at The Associated Press. Actually claims that the reporters the news anchors or the moral authority of the day. That they were, in some ways the moral authority. That they were the leaders. They worked. They were the witnesses for us. The media has allowed itself the arrogance to put itself in a position to be what it was not to claim what it was not to perform in ways. It was never meant to perform the media. You know, we've got all these conspiracy theories in the nation these days about the vaccine about the election about you Name it. The media's loss of trust from the public has a large part allowed us to get to the point where the conspiracy schools right because no one trusts the media anymore. We all largely trusted the media inception on September 11th 2001. Yes, there are biases. Yes, they were liberal. Yes, they were more and more open about it. But you can still get the basic news Who? What? Where wind. You may quibble about the why you may quibble about the how, but who? What? Where? When we could get them from the media. Now you can't even get that unless it fits the preferred narrative. And now you've got the president of the United States. Refusing to offer the cure it To get a vaccine decides to use the stick. Decides to mandate the vaccine, and it's not going to help. It's not gonna work out their lines, says only 20% of its employees who are unvaccinated decided to go get vaccinated after Coca Cola area after Delta largely forced them. So you go get it. Coca Cola, other companies out there. Looking at mandates now at the corporate level. Some will. Some won't. I don't know about Coker or Home Depot or some of the other big companies where I am here in Atlanta, some of the others around the country, Microsoft says it will mandate vaccines. In New York State. A hospital is shut down as maternity ward because so many nurses walked off the job because they didn't want to take the vaccine. Our national leaders have lost their moral authority and trust. The media has lost its moral authority and trust. The academy has lost its moral authority addressed. The average teacher has lost its moral authority interest, and they are working in concert together to cause the police in the first responders to lose their Voices of moral authority. They're working undermine the people. We are ready to 9 11. We have forgotten the lessons of 9 11. We will. Unfortunately one day be reminded of those lessons again when something wicked this way comes again. Maybe Instead, we should never forget. I really do like his opinion on things. Erick Erickson. The information you need and the truth you demand tells it like it is life every weekday 12 21 in the jewelry carrier WSB 24 hour Traffic centre heads up in midtown. A multi vehicle wreck in your left lane, 75 85 south.

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"patrick kind" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"patrick kind" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Who's in the road game atom finishing with a win over the giants so they have sweeping the giants and that puts the washington football team at ten and seven. Now i feel like this is kind of getting to their ceiling. This is like a favourable outcome for them. I think it's a fair point by you. That be i was a little rosy. But i still think like okay. Take a winner to away. I still think you're looking at like a nine and eight team I think they'll do better than eight nine. I think you're looking at like nine and eighteen. I think they have a high floor and low ceiling. I think that's what ryan patrick kind of puts you so to kind of play my two plus or minus games game with you like you have wins against the bucks. And osei the falcons like you know. Those are the cowboys. The is going to be the cowboys. Those are the ones that i could see on the other way. Certainly the bucks game. The cowboys are so contingent on like you know. Football's very different december. But those are the two that i could kind of play jump rope a little bit the two losses you have to washington that i could almost easily not easily but more easily. See the way like. I think they're much more likely to be the seahawks and they are the buccaneers. Because like that's that's the you know if you know. We both love russell wilson but he he creates a lot of sacks for himself. You know what. I mean like against defense news like i could see that happening much more show than like like brady can out think this not easily but it is brady And then the bills. In week. Three and i love the bills as you mentioned but on the subject of regression like josh allen is not going to have the exact same level of accuracy this year that he did last year. I still think it'll be very good but we do. Tend to see. Even among the elite teams like kinks being worked out early in the season. And i could see this like you know. You love to talk about like the mike tyson thing. I could see buffalo getting punched in the mouth. Maybe there's like a pick six men and then like a fumble recovered inside the ten yard line and likes in the blink of an eye washington's out to a fourteen lead and buffalo's game plan is completely distorted. For the way you can then washington's just say to kind of hold on. I could see that much more than i can a little bit other things you had. So that's a loss for washington. I being pro. That's another if it's magic. Revenge game going back to the buffalo. That'd be that'd be fun that'd be that would be big okay so our final records. I had dallas at eleven and six. We agreed they're kind of like around nine eleven when team ultimately you had philly at nine eight. I think they're writing that. I think they're winning eight to nine games in that neck of the woods. I don't think they're winning double digit games to be clear. I only deals are getting there. I think it's eight or nine. And i think that's a good season for them like depending on the context of it all but i think that's a good season I had the giants at four hundred thirteen. I i'm hard pressed to give them more wins than that. But you know you wanna be nicer so hey and then you had the washington football team at ten and seven. I think that i could see like seven in ten right like like if things broke the wrong way i could see ten and seven like so. I think that those are there ends of the spectrum. I think somewhere in between And the weirdness of football playing apart. Last thing i wanted to say For this episode biaggi is on the washington body. My i mentioned the quarterback thing earlier Tonya snyder was on adam. Schefter is podcast and said that eight final names remain for them assuming they do change from the washington football team and they are the red hogs the defenders. The armata the president's the brigade commanders. The red wolves and of course the washington football team do you have. Do you have a favorite is like. I think it has to be jp thinly who covers the team. Does a great job noted that he believes it will be the commanders which is terrible horrible. That's such a literally literally ripping off an alliance team. Shout out to greg ward. Football team is to be i would. I would rather just stick with football team than be called the commanders. I also like armata like relax. Don't think you need to say red wolf's like what are you need. We don't need to say the philadelphia eagles air philadelphia. Green eagles know what i mean like. We don't need i. I know what it's paying homage to something but like it feels a little bit like too much of like we're just kind of covering like we're kind of sweeping the under rug from the other former our name they used to use so maybe like wolves would be better and kind of like pay tribute to the red wolves history. I kinda like to that But like without like a procreating it full on And obviously the literature in there to the washington wolf. So i i kind of like the hogs like not not even the red hogs just. That's an ode to like your team's history. I kind of like even shut out. Exactly i mean i like that. Defenders sucks like what if your defense is really bad. And i mean like you said yourself the stupid like in the future. The brigade is awful. What do you call people who like stand for that team. Like you're the defenders defenders defender But i kind of like presidents like just because of the you know like i mean i'm not like none of these are great options but like that one topical it makes sense like i. I think that the fact that the nationals and aim is that is cool. You know what i mean like i like i like the seventy sixers like i like names that makes sense like that Late the seventy sixers name. Your favorite color is green. Bet your simmons is my favorite andy player. He's awesome okay. Well he's not going to be ever too much longer. So good luck them. Then we'll see about that. Seventy sixers going to trade joel embiid and keep benson. That's going to happen. But so yeah everybody enjoy week. One is we'll be back next week to recap it all To tell you who's great. Who's not who sacks who's awesome fiji. The last word is always belongs to tabloids are gonna lose forward..

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"patrick kind" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"patrick kind" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"Who's in the road game atom finishing with a win the giant so they have sweeping the giants and that puts the washington football team at ten and seven. Now i feel like this is kind of getting to their ceiling. This is like a favourable outcome for them. I think it's a fair point by you. That be i was a little rosy. But i still think like okay. Take a winner to away. I still think you're looking at like a nine and eight team I think they'll do better than eight nine. I think you're looking at like nine and eighteen. I think they have a high floor and low ceiling. I think that's what ryan patrick kind of put you so to kind of play my two plus or minus games game with you like you have wins against the bucks. And osei the falcons like you know. Those are the cowboys. The is going to be the cowboys. Those are the ones that i could see on the other way. Certainly the bucks game. The cowboys are so contingent on like you know. Football's very different december. But those are the two that i could kind of play jump rope a little bit the two losses you have to washington that i could almost easily not easily but more easily. See the way like. I think they're much more likely to be the seahawks and they are the buccaneers. Because like that's that's the you know if you know. We both love russell wilson but he he creates a lot of sacks for himself. You know what. I mean like against defense news like i could see that happening much more show than like like brady can out think this not easily but it is brady And then the bills. In week. Three and i love the bills as you mentioned but on the subject of regression like josh allen is not going to have the exact same level of accuracy this year that he did last year. I still think it'll be very good but we do. Tend to see. Even among the elite teams like kinks being worked out early in the season. And i could see this like you know. You love to talk about like the mike tyson thing. I could see buffalo getting punched in the mouth. Maybe there's like a pick six men and then like a fumble recovered inside the ten yard line and likes in the blink of an eye washington's out to a fourteen lead and buffalo's game plan is completely distorted. For the way you can then washington's just say to kind of hold on. I could see that much more than i can a little bit other things you had. So that's a loss for washington. I being pro. That's another if it's magic. Revenge game going back to the buffalo. That'd be that'd be fun that'd be that would be big okay so our final records. I had dallas at eleven and six. We agreed they're kind of like around nine eleven when team ultimately you had philly at nine eight. I think they're winning eight to nine games in that neck of the woods. I don't think they're winning double digit games to be clear. I only deals are getting there. I think it's eight or nine. And i think that's a good season for them like depending on the context of it all but i think that's a good season I had the giants at four hundred thirteen. I i'm hard pressed to give them more wins than that. But you know you wanna be nicer so hey and then you had the washington football team at ten and seven. I think that i could see like seven in ten right like like if things broke the wrong way i could see ten and seven like so. I think that those are there ends of the spectrum. I think somewhere in between And the weirdness of football playing apart. Last thing i wanted to say For this episode biaggi is on the washington body. My i mentioned the quarterback thing earlier Tonya snyder was on adam. Schefter is podcast and said that eight final names remain for them assuming they do change from the washington football team and they are the red hogs the defenders. The armata the president's the brigade commanders. The red wolves and of course the washington football team do you have. Do you have a favorite d- i think it has to be. Jp thinly who covers the team does a great job noted that he believes it will be the commanders which is terrible horrible. That's such a literally literally ripping off an alliance team. Shout out to greg ward. Football team is to be i would. I would rather just stick with football team than be called the commanders. I also like armata like relax. Don't think you need to say red wolf's like what are you need. We don't need to say the philadelphia eagles air philadelphia. Green eagles know what i mean like. We don't need i. I know what it's paying homage to something but like it feels a little bit like too much of like we're just kind of covering like we're kind of sweeping the under rug from the other former our name they used to use so maybe like wolves will be better and kind of like pay tribute to the red wolves history. I kinda like to that But like without like a procreating it full on And obviously the literature in there to the washington wolf. So i i kind of like the hogs like not even the red hogs like that's an ode to like your team's history. I kind of like even shut out exactly. I mean i like that defenders sucks like what if your defense is really bad. And i mean like you said yourself to the stupid like in the future. The brigade is awful. What do you call people who like stand for that team like. You're the defenders defenders my old offender But i kind of like presidents. Just because of the you know like i mean i'm not like none of these are great options but like that one topical it makes sense like i. I think that the fact that the nationals and aim is that is cool. You know what i mean like i like i like the seventy sixers like i like names that makes sense like that Late the seventy sixers name. Your favorite color is green. Bet you're simmons is my favorite. Nba player. he's awesome okay. Well he's not going to be ever too much longer. So good luck them. Then we'll see about that. Seventy sixers going to trade joel embiid and keep in. That's going to happen. But so yeah everybody enjoy week. One is we'll be back next week to recap it all To tell you who's great. Who's not who sacks who's awesome fiji. The last word is always belongs to tabloids are gonna lose forward..

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"patrick kind" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"patrick kind" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Colfax you realize. This is the last weekend of college football. This is the last weekend now. I know our teams. I'll start on the third we're gonna watch plays on the third on september third Unc nc. you play that same friday night but think nebraska and illinois. It's like the first college football game in. Its next saturday. If nebraska's still able to to play and they're not to in a severe trouble but so we will get that spread next week. 'cause he was funny. 'cause you were like why are why are the spreads on some of these games but not. Uscca game you guessing because since we're a week out they go a week out. I don't know but this is it so the last weekend without regular season college football and it's it's fantastic isn't it. I mean it's. I'm really getting excited. So i look forward to that but first things first we gotta get through this weekend of preseason action second game for the broncos going up against seattle. Seattle seahawks certainly. Don't have the defense that they that they used to the defense. That helped him get a super bowl. Get to another one. It's a different thing so we should see teddy. Andrew lock perform pretty well but we finally will put this thing to bed. Drew lock teddy bridgewater. There's also another competent. Melvin gordon volumes. I'm excited i kind of see how that plays out. There's a lot of story lines here. What's colin sutton situation. He still got the big q next to his name. he's questionable. He hasn't been practicing. Didn't play last week. So how's he going to be he. He he's assuring everybody that he's gonna be alright. This is a contract year for him. And if jerry judy caja handler come out and again. Tim patrick tim patrick's kind of guy that got to feel like they just lucked out on man. He's saltwater seaver trinity. Benson was getting a lot of play in that last game out the right. They're not just the quarterback side but the wide receiver depth chart. How's that gonna look. They on paper yes. This looks like they're going to have a tough time. Gardens is offensive. Line is supposed to be better the right tackle position who starting their bobby massie or calvin anderson other things to figure out believe it or not outside of the quarterback battle defensive side. You just feel like they're stacked but there is still a question Inside at the middle. Linebacker spot alexander johnson josie jewel in the middle but justin stern. How much are they gonna use him. There's a lot of talk like. I mean you saw closing speed. There's a lot of talk that if they go in some scenarios where they're in dime a lot they might want justice. Turn to to be that linebacker kind of in those passing situations. I'll be curious. But then you got josh watson. He's moved up the depth chart recently. He had a nice showing last week. He's listed as number two behind alexander johnson. So that position right there. So there's some big ones to pay attention to this weekend the the interior linebacker spot for denver and on the offensive side right tackle depth chart at wide receiver and can davonte williams. Make more of a push probably won't ever be listed as a starter this year or early on but earn more reps forty nine minutes after the hour. I'm gonna. I'm gonna do something football friday. We'll do it every friday from now on. I want to give you my picks. I'm gonna give you my local picks this case. I'm just going to give you one pick. But typically i'll give you my local picks and i'll give you three games that i'm looking at both in the nfl and college football as well. That will be in the down the road of course. It's a whole show powered by pd energy football friday..

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"patrick kind" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"patrick kind" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"They're they're so Don allen legitimate sweat sweat. there's just like so. That's why i think they. If if the if there's a team steve off like regression it's because they have a lot of good youngster and that defensive line still is just like it's a. It's a great defensive line. And i think you feel good about that. Don't you feel good about that. Offensive line going up against like pretty much any like. Do you really feel like oh how was offense. Aligns gonna shut that offense of when that defensive line down completely. I don't think you feel that way. No and no way. Do i feel that way. And i want to be clear here to that. That's a really great point like it's difficult to become like the one like the outlier right like the team to prove all of statistics and data wrong But if you're gonna do it like you need to have some sort of particular data point like that. That is is really working in your favor. What they remind me of. And i don't mean this like the way it sounds but if last season felt very similar to the two thousand eighteen chicago bears defense when they when they traded for khalil. Mack and they just turned into monsters. Like all of a sudden. I actually think that ryan fitzpatrick might be able to be better than what mitchell trubisky was that even though that was before the wheels fully fell off there but so do you know where. The bears rank defensive. Dvd that season in two thousand eighteen. You really love these guessing games. I'm gonna say. I know how to pocket. Say they were fifth overall. They were first there first and again. A huge like you. Successful playoff team lost to an inferior squad in the playoffs that year. It happens but where they rank the following year. So this that's my point. I kind of angling but what we expect from washington this coming season they were still really respectable after two thousand eighteen when they were first. Chicago was eighth overall in defensive. Dvr specifically yesterday so there is a dip. And so you can still be really good. Even if there's a dip. But my point is that was a huge proponent for why they were as good as they were last year and even the as good as they were last year is measured as good as they were because they were seven to nine overall as a team. And so like. That's my question like if you're going to be a really good. You have to have an elite thing. You can't have a very you have to have an elite thing you have to have you. Their quarterback and elite pass catching group in run game. An elite like level of the trenches. You have to have an head coach that can overcome some of these things. The elite thing on washington's team is their defensive line or their front seven however you want to categorize that and so can that group b. as elite because they're gonna regress to to some measurement but can they maintain a level of lena so to speak that can keep everything afloat. Well i think there's a case to be made. It could be better though. Because you're getting a secondary. I think that's better. Because you're adding. Jackson came curls taking a step forward progress the posted good numbers last year. I think he can take a step forward or getting landing collins backwards. I don't really love but in theory that could be something So and also just like montas sweat can take another step forward chase. Young is most certainly hasn't shown his best to play after dislike a stellar rookie season. And then you add. Jimmy davis into the mix here. I don't know what you realistically expecting out of him. But he's more exciting than like john. 'basta kohl's where some of the options they've had so like. I think there's potential for some of these players might even looking at the unit as a whole to be better so from that perspective that stacks up and that adds up then maybe the unit can hold serve and kind of still be really good if not even the best like they could be the best defense in the nfl. That's their ceiling. That's on their floor. They're probably a top ten defense. They're very they're floors like eighth like where the bears weren't are even there. Yeah so yeah. Top quarter of the league defense. I think it's fair to say at at work. So i don't know this looking at least names here. I feel really good about it. And even if it does take a step back. I still think it's going to be a big one and i'm also interested to see as i've talked about before with this patrick like pairing him up with a defense like this and how that kind of affords him to maybe even more aggressive than it usually is. Because like the risky takes. I are going to be mitigated. By the fact that they have a unit that is going to be able to bail him out in get turnovers and give him a short field to work with from time to time. So it's kind of an interesting pairing in concept we'll see how it works out. It's an interesting social experiment. That's how i view this football team because you're right like it could be this. It could be this nirvana for fitzpatrick. And if it is i will eat all the crow that want to cook up here on the mixed but it could also and really poorly and i do think that if they are six in eleven or seven and ten i i don't wanna be the guy that's like man. These are hard records to get used to because like we've heard that trope thousand times last season. But if they're that bad. I i do think that people will come for the what was. Then the ron rivera era in washington like now you got two straight seasons below five hundred records like what's going on when he get a quarterback your starting aways chase yang yet. I mean like that. That chatter will get really loud and so my final question is if we assume some normal regression along the defense again not to the pack or to the bottom of the league. White is most likely to step up to counterbalance it along the rest of the team. I think there's room for the running game to be pretty darn good like Antonio gibson last year showed somebody's flashes socially cowboys on the giving and mind you. He came into the nfl. Pretty rawal is a fair word to say runner like he wasn't like this big. The human carries in college right like he wasn't even like a full-time running back for memphis so maybe another year In the nfl are having that year experienced. Actually playing running back. China is something that the i'm not. I don't think it's gonna be quite to the point of again like it's derrick henry or anything but maybe it could be to the point where They they're pretty balanced and ryan fitzpatrick really doesn't have to carry the team With his arm and they get positive. game scripts all the time. They're able to run the football right if his patrick kind of pick your spots here on the air. He's not again. Like being re tasked with like be the offense to carry us. You're the franchise quarterback you're just like part of the offense Somebody is like that. Maybe it's terry mclaren taking like an even further again even bigger step forward and being this like like elite weapon starts to actually get like recognition as like. Oh wow this guy is probably it could be a top five or is a top five receiver. They have some young pieces there on offense between like gibson and maclaurin and you know obviously i i put curtis samuel as by my oath most overrated player. That's part of the contract..

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"patrick kind" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"patrick kind" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"They're they're so Don allen legitimate sweat sweat. there's just like so. That's why i think they. If if the if there's a team steve off like regression it's because they have a lot of good youngster and that defensive line still is just like it's a. It's a great defensive line. And i think you feel good about that. Don't you feel good about that. Offensive line going up against like pretty much any like. Do you really feel like oh how was offense. Aligns gonna shut that offense of when that defensive line down completely. I don't think you feel that way. No and no way. Do i feel that way. And i want to be clear here to that. That's a really great point like it's difficult to become like the one like the outlier like the team to prove all of statistics and data wrong But if you're gonna do it like you need to have some sort of particular data point like that. That is is really working in your favor. What they remind me of. And i don't mean this like the way it sounds but if last season felt to me very similar to the two thousand eighteen chicago bears defense when they when they traded for khalil mack and they just turned into monsters like all of a sudden. I actually think that ryan fitzpatrick might be able to be better than what mitchell trubisky was that even though that was before the wheels fully fell off there. But so do you know where the bears rank defensive. Devi that season in two thousand eighteen. You really love these guessing games. I'm gonna say. I know how to poppet. Say they were fifth overall. They were i there. I and again a huge like you. Successful playoff team lost to an inferior squad in the playoffs that year. It happens but where they rank the following year. So this that's my point. I kind of angling but what we expect from washington this coming season they were still really respectable after two thousand eighteen when they were first. Chicago was eighth overall in defensive. Dvr specifically yesterday so there is a dip. And so you can still be really good. Even if there's a dip. But my point is that was a huge proponent for why they were as good as they were last year and even the as good as they were last year is measured as good as they were because they were seven to nine overall as a team. And so like. That's my question like if you're going to be a really good. You have to have an elite thing. You can't have a very you have to have an elite thing you have to have you. Their quarterback and elite pass catching group in run game. An elite like level of the trenches. You have to have an elite head coach that can overcome some of these things. The elite thing on washington's team is their defensive line or their front seven however you want to categorize that and so can that group b. as elite because they're gonna regress to to some measurement but can they maintain a level of business so to speak. That can keep everything afloat. Well i think there's a case to be made. It could be better though. Because you're getting a secondary. I think that's better. 'cause you're adding jackson came curls taking a step forward progress the posted good numbers last year. I think he can take a step forward or getting landing collins backwards. I don't really love but in theory that could be something So and also just like montas sweat can take another step forward chase. Yon is most certainly hasn't shown his best to play after dislike a stellar rookie season. And then you add. Jimmy davis into the mix here. I don't know what you realistically expecting out of him. But he's more exciting than like john. 'basta kohl's where some of the options they've had so like. I think there's potential for some of these players might even looking at the unit as a whole to be better so from that perspective that stacks up and that adds up then maybe the unit can hold serve and kind of still be really good if not even the best like they could be the best defense in the nfl. That's their ceiling. It's on their floor. They're probably a top ten defense. They're very they're floors like eighth like where the bears weren't even there. Yeah so yeah. Top quarter of the league defense. I think it's fair to say at at work. So i don't know this looking at least names here. I feel really good about it and yet even if it does take a step back. I still think it's going to be a big one and i'm also interested to see as i've talked about before with this patrick like pairing him up with a defense like this and how that kind of affords him to maybe even more aggressive than it usually is because like the risky takes. I are going to be mitigated. By the fact that they have a unit that is going to be able to bail him out in get turnovers and give him a short field to work with from time to time. So it's kind of an interesting pairing in concept we'll see how it works out. It's an interesting social experiment. That's how i view this football team because you're right like it could be this. It could be this nirvana fitzpatrick and if it is i will eat all the crow that want to cook up here on the mixed but it could also and really poorly and i do think that if they are six in eleven or seven and ten i i don't wanna be the guy that's like man. These are hard records to get used to because like we've heard that trope a thousand times this season. But if they're that bad. I i do think that people will come for the what was. Then the ron rivera era in washington like now you got two straight seasons below five hundred records like what's going on when he's get a quarterback your starting aways chase yang yet. I mean like that. That chatter will get really loud and so my final question is if we assume some normal regression along the defense again not to the pack or to the bottom of the league white is most likely to step up to counterbalance it along the rest of the. I think there's room for the running game to be pretty darn good like Antonio gibson last year showed somebody's flashes socially cowboys on the giving and mind you. He came into the nfl. Pretty raw is a fair word to say runner like he wasn't like this big. The human carries in college right like he wasn't even like a full-time running back for memphis so maybe another year In the nfl are having that year experienced. Actually playing running back. China is something that the i'm not. I don't think it's gonna be quite to the point of again like it's derrick henry or anything but maybe it could be to the point where They they're pretty balanced and ryan fitzpatrick really doesn't have to carry the team With his arm and they get positive. game scripts all the time. They're able to run the football right if his patrick. Kind of pick your spots here on the air. He's not again like being re tasked with like be the offense to carry out your the franchise quarterback you're just like part of the offense Somebody is like that. Maybe it's terry mclaren taking like an even further a an even bigger step forward and being this like like elite weapon starts to actually get like recognition as like..

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"patrick kind" Discussed on Dr. Death

Dr. Death

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"patrick kind" Discussed on Dr. Death

"You know i was. I was actually talking about this exact thing earlier today. They someone had asked me What did what did you find to be. The most challenging part of doing it and it was it wasn't that it was challenging necessarily writing it or making it but it was this thing that was in the back of my head at all times that they were going to probably watch this. Maybe not all of them but some of them even one of them and if if they felt like we were doing exactly what you just said that we were sort of trying to take advantage of the story in some even the miners of ways. That is something. I'm i'm very happy that i will never know and what i'm really hoping for is that they feel like we did the story as a whole a service and that we treated them with some semblance of respect. Because frankly i don't to what you just said. I don't know how you do. And i give you a lot of credit for for doing it with with grace because i get to hide behind fiction right and you actually have to look these people in the is. I'm grateful to do what i do. Honestly so we all do what we do. You all do what you do excellently. So so i've asked patrick kind of the takeaway from this do you all have a particular takeaway that you would like people to and i have to confess. I've only seen the first episode. It's great. I haven't seen any others. I'll be watching just like everybody else to subscribe. But what what do you hope the takeaway will be from this after after somebody finishes that eighth episode. And they're like holy cow. What did i just watch. What do you want to go through their heads. Get a second opinion. But then also i think if if you do like josh was saying earlier if you see something or something's happened speak up and then don't don't stop or go to the right people who might be able to help you. Because like navigating the healthcare system is whack. It's so hard. But trying to find the i mean trying to find the right people to help you because you're not just the only one i think that's if somebody else has experienced a malpractice. There are a lot of other people who've experienced that as well and like i think together everyone is stronger and hopefully there can be some sort of change slater. Do you have one. It's gonna make you do it. Well this is a show that will will.

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"patrick kind" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"patrick kind" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Okay, So will the money in effect sort of. In a way, Patrick kind of Trickle down to there down. Yeah. I mean, if you want to get really like like rosy cheeked about is sure, but I think he knows that's not the way I think we know that. That's not the way it is working. I think we know that it's not working their way work. How's that? Let's take Jeff basis. What? Why did people have such a problem with Geoff Basis? What magic is this wise, Jeff pesos so rich? Just business is rich because he capitalized on certain ideas in the marketplace. He employed the right people, and then he he got ahead because he dominated in this local market. Right. He provided a service that people wanted, and people paid him and then they paid him again and again and again and again and again again again, and he's providing a service. That's good, and people like it. So therefore he's rich. Do you think he could possibly spend all the money that he makes? Absolutely not. So could he. I don't responsible. He can't. He knows he can't But somebody one guy can end up creating Millions and millions of jobs offshoot jobs like for you, Let's say five years from now, he Patrick, your business becomes gigantic. And then there's people that service your trucks and take care of your produce and do the packing and do this and do that. So then you actually create so these technical jobs that depend upon the success of your job's that then all these other jobs Well as well. If the government took a great portion of your income from you. Where'd you be incentivized to continue to work hard? Yes, it meant that my team had good health care and get access to social services and that my fellow citizens in my city in my state, my country where Better taking care of by my by my local governments and absolutely attribution Incentivized to continue to work hard and create jobs. You know, it's not. It's not a It's not an all or nothing seeing here, right? So that economic sounds really, really good the way you describe it. And and I will admit that and in a perfect world, that's the way it would work. But what we're seeing is like we're seeing, like a half measure would see some of these larger companies. Um you know, the corporate welfare state. Yeah, In the same way. You know if Jeff gave those give 10% of his wealth back to his employees, rather than we've already admitted, you can't send it all all all himself in a lifetime. If you were to give those back to his employees. And and really practice like strong trickle down economics. Then I guarantee you that the economy in Seattle would be a lot better, but You know we're here. We have him over here. He's hoarding well. And so Instead of going to the government who could redistribute it? Um albeit and, uh, manner which isn't gonna make everybody happy. Um, that at the very least, maybe we could get some stuff done. But you know, we can't You continue to allow these folks to hoard wealth, time and time and time and time again. For the rest of their lives. Um, you know, and I feel the same way about Bill Gates. No. Yeah, he created with better empire in created millions of jobs, a awesome but nobody needs $90 billion. Well would would take any one of those billionaires that you want to bring up. Would they be better with a better serve society if they took their money and invested it and created more jobs? War, took a portion of that money and then gave it to the employees that they already have. I think you would be equal unemployment that erect. I mean unemployment is historically like I know it's quote unquote messed up right now. But for the most part, unemployment in this country really isn't that big of a deal. There. There is people hiring for reasonable wages all over the place. Yes, And I think that it would be better if they I think it might be better if they gave it to the employees already have But but but they one final question. Yes. One final question for you, Patrick. How many hours a week do you work? About 80. 80 hours a week if the government took 40% every way. No, I believe you. I believe I believe you. You're ready. You're going to tell me at what point you stop getting up and going to work. If the government took 40% of your income, would you keep getting.

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"patrick kind" Discussed on Riot Podcast

Riot Podcast

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"patrick kind" Discussed on Riot Podcast

"I love my irish friends. I'm just thinking that they have such a heavy accent that they're speaking english but i really cannot understand what they're saying. I mean is so heavy. Some of them were they. Is that what you experienced with your patty friends. Absolutely they talk slow. Yeah but their accent is really hard to understand. But it's it's great. I i love the accent by the way. Now miami to i wish that way. Some some English are like that as well. You know some britons. Are they talking such a with a hard accident. It's kind of hard to. They always say we have the accent. But it's not just the accent. They have different words and they use different too. So it's not just the accent that's true. It is hard to understand. Yeah we've taken we've taken some of their words and we've done the opposite with it so what they would use. We would use something in the opposite. That's just kind of america goes man we'll take they would just drive on the other side of the. We'll just make it up which is bringing up. Yeah thanksgiving like the lift. And what like biscuit or something. They just different words. But anyway speaking this saint patrick's day become all about green and and You know anything about that. You know about saint patrick. I did a little research. Yeah talk about so i. i don't know why. But i just thought it was. Maybe you know a guy from the fifteen hundred or something like that no. He was born in three eighty five. Think about that. So he's about as far from the apostle paul as we are from Which would john yet. John who say that again cliff. No whitman was a women. George georgia i think a preacher in the early seventeen hundreds. That's what i'm trying to think of. You have wesley whitman. Yeah whitecliffe but isn't that crazy to think about it. That's how far removed he was from. You know the the beginning of the church and acts to it's pretty. It's pretty crazy to think about. But he wrote this poem. That i thought was pretty cool. And i wanted to share with you guys. Tell me what you think. I think the sums up well before you get to that saint patrick. He was a very significant role in the early christian church and so when permission travel tour is one of the travel companies that we that i die run. We put together a saint patrick kind of tour that goes to ireland in in studies. His history winner burien. I going on with you. Yeah that'd be fun. And and so in that on that tour of during off beds we. We need to go some of these trips. She's dead serious. I've been talking about this. What were you saying about all talk and no action. I've been talking about this. We gotta figure it out if i were to come up. Here's the deal. If i were to come up with like our our stay are pickups are f- some of our food our hotels all of that in the tour itself. If i were if i were to pay for that could you guys come up with their. Yeah all right. Let's figure this out. Let's let's plan that so we'll make that happen. Look promoting these tours. If i haven't been on it right right you just realize that. He has broadcast this so now. There are a lot of people to hold him accountable. We're gonna make it happen. It's going to happen. I promise putting our executive producer. Yeah thanks for chiming in christine. We love hearing your voice. So what saint. Patrick was he was..

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"patrick kind" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"patrick kind" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Right. Do you have anything else. Came to be no. That's about it for the movie it In terms of the production. Say the box office. As i said two million dollar budget domestically a may twenty five million international fifty. Four million for a worldwide total of seventy nine million. This movie was very profitable For comparison's sake. Dr no made sixty million. So this is a franchise on the rise for sure it set on m. i. b. to no no it isn't end when you just that it's two hundred sixty four million dollars adjusted in terms of the worldwide box office. So like it's not a mega hit. But it is definitely a franchise that is it's it's growing and you know the next movie out would be the one that would change the game but this was definitely very encouraging. And when you think about that. Two million dollar investment in the return on that holy smokes. Yeah it doesn't sound like a lot these days you have to really take into account the that is the sixties money. Yeah we're like movie tickets. Were like twenty cents or something like that. Twenty five cents you. Will you leave your house. You play chess on the street. And then you go to the mall. Pay ten cents. So what's your film. It's great diet. That's right that's right so this landed at number eight for the earth. The worldwide box office between billy. Wilders urmila deuce starring shirley maclean good movie by the way and these Carey grant film charade which we will be covering at some point in the future and The movies on the top three that year number one was cleopatra which cleared fifty seven million which translates to six hundred and fifty million cleopatra. One of the biggest epic films of all time. Starring elizabeth taylor. They always said about it. It made a ton of money. And if it hadn't cost much it would have been profitable. I assess a shame that within my money because it is a film reference a lot still. I don't know that you'll ever see a bigger movie than that really like. Cleopatra is a massive massive movie. i don't know that we have many things to compare really are in the other films that came out around the time. Yeah yeah i mean you could say. I don't know maybe the lord of the rings project but in terms of individual movies those are. Those aren't as big even as cleopatra. Ben her yeah. Ben hers up there for sure that same era ben hers a few years before cleopatra patrick kind of ends the train because it was so expensive. You get a few after that..

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