27 Burst results for "Prentice"

"prentice" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

02:07 min | 7 months ago

"prentice" Discussed on Small Doses

"Set early on in Memphis I I think in the first draft. We've always members were locked in the city but Getting going there added another layer of things. I need to rewrite based on harming year. We were roaming is something that was set out by my mind always summertime. I never think about the south in the winter and it became so much more interesting when we have the film there but winter it just became more interesting visual re As a canvas So then I had to rewrite things that were outdoors indoor like their family thing inside the house sort of a barbecue changing dialogue possibly but But yeah so I think I would. I'd be working on for about three or four years. Yeah what would you say is the biggest? What was the biggest addition to the script if there was one at all that was like kind of like a last last thought like. I feel like there's all as a writer like you'll have okay. This is how it is. It is and then you'll have a Eureka moment. Like what were there? Any Eureka moment that made you be like. Oh yeah there were shooting one. Originally in a very early draft. He packed he passed the test. And that is always kind of bumped me and I don't. I didn't know why it's interesting. Because some of the responses online like people are. I'm just right thankful like what I loved the movie allow and really loved ending at. It's messy it's great and some people are arguing happy ending. And that's what I wrote initially and they just always go off to me because I was like you. Don't get everything in life just because you want it. And that's not the point of the story of the dad is saying you gotta be a man. I need you to seven being a man and being a man. You don't get what you are what you do and so I felt like the wind was the father son relationship. That's the way the wind is not the past right and so changed. That became so much more interesting because now we had other things by what now I'm building. According and allies are working together. And they're going to.

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"prentice" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

02:55 min | 7 months ago

"prentice" Discussed on Small Doses

"Documents. Say With is is is the action. The action is it. You know you know like my wife. Grew up in a thing where she was her father. Just never use that. I love you and it was a big move for her but then she would come up your stories about like how my ski comparatively high school and her base drive her every weekend from from San. Jose's the Tahoe to ski every week and he has nine to five during the week and I was like that Doctor. He paid for that. Let me girl like that's still love me Wait but I need to hear it though but but he is not going to do. Is I would be quitting character. Whatever say I don't think that they're out. The is more than than out decor detector with a man even. Just let your son. Aren't they funny? He wanted there was a take when they're saying goodbye at the He's about to go take the past and they're at the house and he's going to leave and give him the suit. There was a moment Reading the script it was when he gives them the suit. There was the line was The DAG goes. Hey you know like whatever he doesn't finish it and the lion share go gay or whatever and then I was like and coordinates coordinates point. He said well this. I wrote it because I felt like the dad had wanted to say it and the son knew that were targeted. That and basically I don't need you to say it anymore like I'm okay. Yeah Yeah and then coordinating was like well. I feel like he owes his son that we actually had a longer discussion about that game. And so then there was a line that was there that was you know He's like like you know you like the grandfather and he goes And you go forget what I just said you know He. He started his own thing. And you're doing your thing and and and he doesn't finish it but he's basically saying like the point of it was like as much reverend about half of my father you're like him and so as a result you know how I feel about you and yet he cutouts Algebra guy and then when we cut it together I just felt today which is do it as a look. And they'll need. This is what it is and I thought the look is so much more interesting because they both know it nowhere even kind of fill it and then the horn guitar didn't it's like I'm only gets caught up. You know. And so him showing up at the task therefore you know him showing up like Mama wanted me to come up with all that it's not owning. I don't want to own this promotion because it's too much too much. I can't see it coming down is real be like that..

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"prentice" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

01:31 min | 7 months ago

"prentice" Discussed on Small Doses

"It was never about why people I've never win any of that energy at all. I love the girlfriend and how she never let us know she actually based on my wife. My wife don't tell people that but she's actually baseball. My Wife's name is Tasha character. And that's how my wife is. My wife would never do like she won't let me by my bullshit and I think that's a good woman does good black woman is like she won't like even the scene when they're like in the band together and she and he basically called her out about her shit and just the level of like the head rap and he's trying to like the along like honor as you try. She's here now trying to hit about here. None of it and it really isn't until he's ballboys says like you know what if I go out there and I'm not good enough there were and that's what yeah and now. I'm listening so that even in the direction I was out by the even if he says that and in the you know in the line is supposed to make do that I was but I told her I was like you don't her until you believe Mohammed was truthful and they're becoming takes me was Headlinin. She just didn't turn and I've loved it because I was like a whole. Because you have to you bye-bye faster when you believe it in when you realize that you believe it you turn and I was just GonNa take this. She turned on and it was I. Well no.

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"prentice" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

01:33 min | 7 months ago

"prentice" Discussed on Small Doses

"Was fun record by so much of like Americana that we kind of take for granted barbecue in August and I was like you know but his dad's house such reverence for his father. He probably would have seen. He wasn't that open up a restaurant but also probably watches Dagger DR Congo hoses turned on him. So he has a reverend corny reverence for any plyler so that is all will be informed by where the city so in my mind. I felt like it was probably going to be Memphis. Just thinking about those things and then when he went to this within like two hours this have to happen here and and that sort of how it got started on it and the music and all that you know just felt like a good bit. My mom is from Grenada so she has certain American destinations. That fascinate her and start Seventieth birthday for three years. We'RE GOING TO MEMPHIS seventieth birthday we'll watch it all right. We were like Memphis and any. I know Shay Biz. It's just say like Oh because of the music and my mom is a big music head and she was like. I wanted to watch stacks and I wanted to see leaking Ida and because of me like you know. She's also become very in tune to civil rights and all of these things so we went to Memphis or three days from her seventieth birthday and so when we when it came on and it was meant that she was like..

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"prentice" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

02:16 min | 7 months ago

"prentice" Discussed on Small Doses

"Made you say? This is a story that needs to be told. Yeah so originally. It stems from we went to damage and stuff with my father like. I felt like I had turned. Do we have about our parents right. That are very judgmental in some ways and then I had two boys and it made me WanNa really examined my father as like. Oh you just twenty five hundred year. That way I'm trying to figure it out. You know I read the boys and then also spelt lying to your point like I. I felt like why people get to do these sort of obviously on stories like good will hunting or Manchester by honesty again now the author is for just basic and simple and all of our father son story with people of Color. Have the like. The Dad was acid or the dad and he did drugs or overcame we over ten the worst obstacles possible. Then we just couldn't do like a basic we just GonNa be basic in regular as they have issues of two black men right and so I just feel like you never get the people out man in cinema be vulnerable beat three-dimensional Y and not play basketball arrive or just like just be doing that. There was no. We're going to on the quarter back now. We bought over this thing that it was just like just like what they had to be simple and and and we always this level to me of and I think mama go well. There's always this level of white white white supremacy hanging over the movie and somewhere that is forming the carriage of choices and I was like so much of what we do have nothing to do with white people or the or the white people I wake up in the morning and I don't want to raise my kid but that white man won't levity kind of figure out how to be a good day right so I was like everything to do with white people and so I wanted to movie. That's why like I remember the investment like you should write it from like what it's like to be about one point of the movie. It's not about his journey into wine at that is impacting. We have a black president we have applied for by somebody and so I never wanted the movie.

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"prentice" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

01:37 min | 7 months ago

"prentice" Discussed on Small Doses

"This point. Today we have the first foremost. Let me just say like hope? Everybody is okay I I hope everybody. Is You know managing as best as they can through these times and all we have is us so we especially created. I think we are finding it. More important than ever to create further ourselves and to maintain some level of sanity amid uncertainty and that is imperative. So even if you're not creative like this. A great time to indulge in creativity being created by others and supporting speaking of which today's episode is dedicated to uncork. Because this is a new film by Prentice Me Director Writer. I've worked with on insecure and who releases film on Netflix. It is an incredible piece of work. It is just writing street my opinion and this next episode that we are beginning to contain some spoilers. So if you haven't seen the film you may not want to listen to the interview yet because there's going to be spoiled about story If you're not even sure if you WANNA see the film that maybe it is a good idea for you to listen because it may get up off your ass and then sit back on ask because there is no way for you to go anyway just to watch the dill. Liz Get the outcome..

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Trillion-Dollar Optimism

MarketFoolery

05:37 min | 7 months ago

Trillion-Dollar Optimism

"Dan Klein Dan. How are we doing? I'm doing well given the circumstances going a little crazy but working a lot and you know by all accounts do it. By how are you? I'm good Dan Strange Times. And let's get right to it because we're taping this around noon on Tuesday noon Eastern and at the time of our taping. I want you to to brace yourself at. The stock market is up and it is up big now. We have a lot of optimism. Tan Congress may be closing in on a two trillion dollar stimulus stimulus that would include direct payments as well as loan assistant programs for business. Now we don't know all the specifics. Dan Do right now. The market really seems to like the potential. The Dow up around seven percent investors feeling optimistic. Are you feeling optimistic? Yeah it's not even so much about the details. It's about kind of putting a floor on this. If we know that Boeing and southwest jetblue and other major industries aren't going to be driven out of business by this that that suggests that normalcy could eventually return. Obviously there's a lot of devil in the details but right now. This is just kind of creating some belief for people that eventually there will be a way out of this that there's a government backstop beat loans be a direct payments. That's going to help. People PAY THEIR BILLS. But also keep these companies open because these are all major major employers. I mean a lot of people will frame. This sort of government giveaway. But what are you supposed to do? The goal is to keep people at work and bat is leading to a ton of optimism. It Dan. Let's talk more about that. You just mentioned some of the Big Airlines and I'm wondering when it comes to the bailout piece of this. To what extent do you think the government will essentially be in the business of having to pick winners and losers having to decide? Who gets what how much. Yeah so. We've seen none of the details of exactly how this is GonNa work. But let's assume these are loans and that they're at least somewhat secured against the asset of the company. So the reality is I don't WANNA see failing companies get loans that keep them in business for another year or two when they would have died. Even if corona virus had not been issue. But I don't see so far a lot of mechanisms to stop that from happening. Obviously there has to be some sort of means. Testing looking at balance sheets looking at what company was doing but most of the names we've talked about. I mean obviously Boeing is headed struggles. But it was a fairly solid business before this. All of the the airlines. We've mentioned jetblue. Southwest those were on firm financial footing. So it's GonNa be the company's on in in some of the more struggling industries. We talked about retailers last week. Some of those were going away anyway. That's probably true of some of the hotel brands that have had their struggles Maybe some overbuilt casinos. So yeah we need to see the rest of this and some of this money might go to things that don't deserve when you work this fast. That almost has to happen. Okay Dan now. You're in Florida and I know from our recent conversation that you love a good cruise so I wanna you want to get your thoughts on how this might shake out for the cruise industry and specifically the big pureplays. Now we have carnival which owns Prentice and Holland America among others. We have Royal Caribbean. We have Norwegian are the cruise company is going to get some relief from the stimulus. And if not can they stay in business so I don't think they are because they're largely dot? Us companies some of their subcontractors. Might maybe some of their workers will be covered in different aspects of this. Obviously a lot of their workers are not American though. Of course their office personnel largely our citizens so but I can only speak to royal and Carnival I. I haven't looked into Norwegians finances but both royal and Carnival do have significant Barak Capability They do have a lot of money on hand. They have capital projects. They could push off in a time where it's GonNa take a while for demand to recover. They probably don't need to build as many new ships so assuming this ends in four to eight weeks or and people can get back out on the Ocean. They will probably make it through. I looked at all the numbers yesterday and it looks encouraging the challenge for them is will people come back. And as I've mentioned to you I have cruises book I fully intend to cruise this summer Unless the situation remains this dire of but this is an industry that's very very vulnerable to public perception and people. It's hard to know if they will think this is safe. Even when the rest of the world has returned to normal and Dan I wanna hit it from the public sector and the potential bail out here to the private sector were really starting to see some interesting partnerships in the private sector. We had an announcement today. That Ford will be partnering with Three M. and GE healthcare to begin producing facemask and ventilators. What do you make of news like that that answer some questions for me because when Ford and other automakers were talking about making ventilators and as someone who used to run a factory I thought wait a minute like how do you of the Tulane? How'd you have it on even like the blueprint for how to bake a ventilator? Is it that easy and clearly? It's not that hard. But they're going to get assistance from three M on how to make it. Some of the supply chain repurpose things like fans they use in certain ventilated seats To work in ventilator so this is industry sort of the best of the best coming together to make something that needs to happen happen and it's very encouraging

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The need to focus on de-prescribing

Second Opinion

03:29 min | 8 months ago

The need to focus on de-prescribing

"Americans take more drugs than any other people on earth and many of these drugs are prescribed by doctors. Healthcare providers are great at prescribing drugs. But we're not very good at deep. Prescribing them a case in point Americans seem to be plagued by stomach pains that are often the result of the stomach producing too much acid and that begins to chew away at the lining of the stomach. Doctors have a happy to prescribing a group of drugs called Proton pump inhibitors or PPI's drugs like Mapra zoll marketed. Under the trade name of Perla Soccer Essombe appraisal nexium or Lancer proposal. Prentice said they. Effectively block gastric acid. Secretion these very same drugs are also effective at treating ulcers that form when people take too many pain relievers things like Ibuprofen. Naproxen will these. Ppi drugs are very effective when they're used for a short period of time but longer term use months and months are associated with increased risk of Intestinal Infections Mal. Absorption of nutrients like Magnesium Iron B twelve and chloride Americans spend nearly ten billion dollars a year just on these types of drugs and it turns out that more than half of the people taking the drugs. Don't need them well. Drug companies are pros at getting doctors to start using drugs often by giving them free samples or free gifts or invitations to free dinners. They have no interest or even negative interest in helping us to stop inappropriate overuse. In fact the drug companies profit from overuse and that revenue helps them generate corporate profit. There is little argument that there is a need to improve the science of deep prescribing closely. Dangerous or unnecessary medications now. With regard to these Proton pump inhibitors is often hard to halt these drugs. Because a sudden stop causes more stomach acid produced which results in worsening symptoms and then the feeling that the person needs to return to using the drugs to control the symptoms but there are effective ways to taper off. The drug. Many classes of drugs are overused. Some are started for good reasons and they're good for short periods of time but they should be stopped after weeks or months as we age the drugs and the doses of medicines. We need change. It's ironic that older. People are prescribe more medicines but age increases side effects and drug drug interactions and doctors often forget to re evaluate long-term drugs to see if they're still needed proton pump. Inhibitors are the poster child for D. Prescribing. But so too are antidepressants. Muscle relaxants which incidentally have no effect on mussels diabetes drugs and much more after all. The goal of deep prescribing is to reduce medication. Use both for safety and for

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"prentice" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

04:12 min | 9 months ago

"prentice" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Are free because we have their phone on the stan we can't really nicole input into close sorry guys the callers over bringing the car but we'll be right back with you in a wine second stay there make sure that you share your place on your wall in a favorite group that you could do and uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh it was so funny that baby de the guy tripod that i have keeps falling in the morning prentice try and give you a good show today i guarantee you the morning it's weird a aww the tape the okay and so we really hey.

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"prentice" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

Photofocus Podcast

27:36 min | 1 year ago

"prentice" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

"Eddy this issue Mir young and I'm joined by my co host and brother from another mother skip coling brother from another mother Assan texting and APPs to ultimately grow your business that's what it's all about and there's three fundamental things that need to happen in our p and then I can talk to you about how that that sort of dovetails into the senior program and why it's important for the senior program so skip there are three your services and we do that by allowing them to text you from your website and all your social channels so for instance on your website or any of your pages it may say have a question about my services text me at this number it's that's simple and that allows consumers you're you're inviting them to ask questions that's extremely important it's also important written D- and vital I think that you know a lot of people a lot of photographers do not believe that they're getting enough visitors on their website they're probably getting more than they think the issue is they don't know what's happened once they get to the website they have no idea where what that is knbr is doing they're probably looking around so it's important you grab that consumer while they're looking at your site and encourage them to ask you a question that may stop them from continuing to shop to other photographers secondly is we provide you with with over biscuit you mentioned over twenty mobile solutions or tools that are designed specifically to either get new leads or close customers faster so we have a number of features that we can get into a little later you'd like to help photographers closed those conversations at the they have a faster the other thing that's really important to today's technology and APPS and business texting is the ability to market your business twenty four seven while you're sleeping haven't basically an automated system that allows somebody to ask you for something and they automatically response unders twenty four seven they're selling your company services all day long and it's all automated so that's a really really cool feature that we try to implement to all of our features so those are the three things we concentrate make it easy for people to get a hold of you point them to what they need to make a decision and make sure that your your company's being marketed twenty four seven that makes sense x total sense I mean this is all under the umbrella of of how you define customer service it's not I mean every a lot of people think they're all good customer service this means you handle complaints now customer service starts with the very first impression that a consumer gets of who you are and that's what I love about this watch because it does reinforce the fact that the photographer really is put in a position of quick responses and really showing what they're made of getting back quickly answering questions quickly and giving consumers more information so that they can't close the sale or build or take the next step in the relationship exactly I mean it's it's just a really really important point that you're making and Erie reminds me we're all used to have an email forms on our websites right it's it's necessary for all of our website you fill out a form that's how you contact a photographer if you you take anything away from our discussion is try not to make that the primary way that that consumers ask a question out seventy two percent of consumers do not expect that they'll get a response that's how that's sort of sort of old school these days now in real time and get an answer in real time I actually think that if you allow somebody or you just only allow them to got a form you're really inviting them to shop around is not what we always do I fill those out before and I keep looking around while I'm waiting for that to be waiting for a response it's like a black hole of nothing sometimes you don't hear anything back right and we wouldn't need this if they would just call it us but we know that that just doesn't happen you know it'd be nice if everybody called called you just to check in when they went to your website that just doesn't happen so again and it's really important skip you're making a great point that good customer service is about allowing people to get a halt making it easy for people to get a hold of you in more importantly responding promptly it's the age old ban deodorant commercial you never get a second chance to make a first impression and then I think there are other tagline was don't let them see you sweat but it hasn't it hasn't changed and that's what that's what what I love about this so let's go let's go in any direction you want I mean there's so many applications here and I brought up the senior program 'cause I'm excited about it let's go let's go into the next direction that that you think ties all this together the features go into yeah go into some of the features there's or or that fear photographers have of what they have to understand to set it up oh yeah it's extremely easy to do listen in once you've set yourself up which really to sort of be ready to accept a text message and be able to respond doc was something is is extremely fast aesop and pretty darn easy but the way we've set up to the features or the solutions Is that so you can sort of pick which ones you want to use they're all individual inclusive you can use them when needed for instance we have mobile offers if you feel that you're getting an inquiry somebody is asking a question about I don't know your your senior portrait program whatever whatever service it is you may want to shoot them over an offer to get over the Hump Maybe think it's necessary we've got it set up so that you can respond to their inquired their question and and shoot him shoot him a link right to your mobile coupon or more double offer now what's really interesting why do you need a mobile offer in text them and say hey you know if you buckle today we'll give you forty percent off for shoot or something what's really nice about the mobile offers is that there's all kinds of call to actions on that mobile offers so once they open up that often are they can share the coupons with any friends and family they can sure to their their social media they can contact you with one touch thing go right to your website they feel like they need to go back to your website so there's a lot of functionality we also have a a really a really nice reporting system behind the coupon Graham or I call a coupon because it looks like a coupon but a mobile offer program is that we actually have a reporting system behind it so you'll know every single time somebody zip clicks on something and Kinda sorta no you kind of know where that consumer does not only that anytime somebody text you for something they automatically get added to a list automatically so you have a tracking of who asked for a particular thing from you and then you can respond back to that list with one nice little text blast that's just one feature we have a ton of them one of the most another top feature that a lot of people like to do as a contest we have what's called a text to win contest and this is really cool because you can assign what's called a key ward let's say you wanted to grab a bunch of leads or a bunch of prospects from your social media pages you can run a contest on face look for instance and you can ask them to text the keyword like I don't know my studio whatever you want what that word to be people will join your contest and they're automatically added to your contact list and what's really cool.

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"prentice" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

Photofocus Podcast

15:06 min | 1 year ago

"prentice" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

"Their business build stronger relationships and there's nobody that knows this time pick better than dot so Dan if I didn't screw something up here this is the cue for your lips to move welcome to beyond technique well thank you yeah by the way great introduction I'm not sure if we need to do the rest of this cut you off the hook ratty okay okay yes I'm happy to be here pleasure talking to both of you and I'm looking forward to helping photographers understand sort of some of the opportunities that are out there for them because really a good time for photography and for marketing it's actually easier right now and the were sort of ready for it sort of primed for for a better way to communicate so I'm I'm excited about getting started down we are so pumped to have you here on the show especially because one of your missions is helping photographers grow their businesses especially in this time where communication is essentially changing I mean we we communicate with our clients it's evolving and photo texting is really helping photographers stay on top of that so this is going to be really juicy Russian both before we jump into that can you just very briefly tell us about a bit about your background and how you ended up doing what you're doing today Oh yeah well I basically come from the corporate world I was always involved with sales in primarily focusing on the in consumer that's always what I've dealt with works for a couple of five hundred companies very corporate but one of the consistent things about those companies is they always talked about following the consumer understanding what the consumer wants and I think that's extremely important a lot of times we hear about as photographers we hear about idea has on ways to market in that magic bullet is going to change our world and quite often it doesn't really focus on what the consumer needs and I think that's really important I started working with photographer way back in two thousand and two seems like way back I mean it's been eighteen years sometimes it feels like it was just yesterday we started out as photos texting helping photographers with their websites and it's so funny because back then there were photographers who challenged us that they even needed a website so that was kind of interesting but as websites started develop their much easier ways for photographers to no grab a website for a few bucks a month and we maneuvered at the same time we're sort of maneuvering into email campaigning that was becoming extremely important on how to build a proper email campaign we did a lot of that for photographers at that time we were doing it for about a couple thousand photographers and introducing them on proper email campaigning that transition to social marketing which seemed like a really good idea and still is a good idea actually but you know recently the last few years it's been a real challenge with social marketing because some of the things that have happened with facebook and so forth really hard to get your brand out there and consistently get out there and it was a real challenge for photographers to understand how to turn a social follower or a like into an actual paying customer that was always a challenge still is a challenge by the way so that led to really where we are today in the last three to four years we've really concentrated on not just texting skip but overall mobile marketing how you would use your text marketing are texting as a communication tool along with mobile apps and basically the reason for that getting back to the consumer is that's where customers are they're on their phones gotta reach them where they're at in that sort of where we are today and we've got a lot of new things that new features today that were hopefully we get to talk about later and that's where we are now you know it's interesting because going back about Oh my God it must be twenty years ago there's a very well known I'm primarily wedding photographer but there's nothing he can't shoot very well known photographer industry by the name of Clayton blackmore and I remember clay being at one the big conventions and clay was one of the early adopters of digital photography and I remember him saying in front of a group of people hey guys this is the next big thing and they all shook their heads and in the same respect when Scott born founded photo focus who's a partner in these projects with us now Scott had the hundred and fourth one hundred six website in the world at a time when all of us were saying oh I don't know you know his the Internet really gonNA stick around and here we are now with mobile technology and you're right I talked about you know using texting and we think about texting all the time it what you guys are offering absolutely is is a collection of mobile solutions to help you raise the bar on how you can mutate and it is the next best thing so it's not klay saying it it's all of us sitting here today saying it although clay is probably if we had him on the show clay you too I'd love to go into the things that have changed it's made texting and mobile technology so important today because those photographers that are out there I don't think there's anybody anymore that honestly doesn't think they need a website and we got through the question since about blogs the difference being a website is about what you sell your blog is about what's in your heart in all honesty you need both and now we move into another level of communication with everything in mobile technology so why does it become so important today what are the elements out there that photographers need remember right right yeah that's a good question it's you know this is really interesting over the years and just seeing how consumers have how we've all changed changed and how we communicate especially on the business side in this particular case at the end it's because consumers prefer it it's actually aided they're communicating today we all do it this way I mean probably if he really sorta watched yourself throughout the day or paid attention you're elite text a hundred times more than you write an email it's just the way that we communicate in on that's a that's a habit and it's extremely hard to change a consumers habit it is almost impossible actually so it's it's an opportunity as well for for photographers to l. into texting and add what I call business texting a to the way that they communicated actually should be the primary way that they communicate so number one is because consumers actually want it you know it's interesting that also reminds me that one of the most that when the questions I get asked when I'm out there that have been at trade shows and so forth is you know I I like to do that but I'm kind of nervous about texting a consumer and I wanted to clear that up because there's a misconception about that compared to sort of like emails spamming and so forth is that you really don't also initiate a business text to the consumer or perspective buyer they're either texting you or they're asking you for something from a text so you don't have to feel nervous about that skip it it's what they prefer because they've initiated just like if you were to go to live chat any live chat you've been on and you ask a question we've pretty much set it up the same way so people are asking for information so not only are you not spamming them you're actually giving them what they need hope that makes sense nodal sets yeah another reason is today's consumers are really busy they do everything from their phone right we carry it around we'd run into people while we're reading it we've just constantly have to have that phone in fact I get nervous if I don't know if you guys have ever felt nervous when you lose your phone Oh yeah it's like Oh my God the world's going to end so consumers are all the same we're all the same we do everything from our phone so it just Kinda makes sense that you community Kate directly to that consumers phone now sort of the expectation now is I don't know if you've ever felt this consumers want everything now I guess we all do we want answers right now in fact kind of interesting I get a text I feel like I have to answer that text right away I don't know what it is but that's just how it works if I get an email I can wait I'll take it a step further not only do we want to answer right away but the isn't incredible level of guilt somebody texts you and you catch it the next day because your phone was off because you decided to shut down for the a or I just had my phone on silence and missed it in fact I think I've done that to you a few times texted me and I just missed it so yeah it just goes so far beyond in terms of our commitment to communicating that's why texting important because it's we're doing it in our the daily lives it's not a business tactic it's just makes sense that you would communicate the same way that you communicate you know in your everyday life the there's a couple of things that go along with that and you just kind of sort of touched on that is that when a consumer text you as a business they expect a response wants quickly and promptly otherwise they're going to get that's what you're saying skip they're going to be bothered they're gonNA be unhappy it's bad customer service so it's a good thing that you're allowing consumers or potential buyers to contact you quickly but you've got to be committed to answer that inquire inquiry Immediately really done I just wanted to jump in very quickly and address something and I love the way you will handle this the fact that many photography offers are frankly nervous about using their own personal phone number and putting it on their website kind of that that separation between the personal life and there be business life and one thing that you do is you make it super easy to set up a new a toll free number on their on their same phone could you kind of die five into y you decided to do that and how that works for the photographer that's a great question one of the biggest issues that photography have is keeping their number private as you as you're saying and that's that's a big deal most photographers do not want to post their their arrive at number online even though some of them do it it's it's not preferred so yeah we we actually have the technology see where we can provide we provide every tarver a free toll free number which allows consumers to text that number directly only can they text that number they can phone that number The become sort of my I I hate to say more professional but more worldly larger in just a local photographer so I think it always helps to have a business number instead of your toll free number you know and thirdly what's really new to business texting is they can actually text a question to your eight hundred number just a basic conversation you know just a basic question about one of their services or anything like to ask and that's really important because is it as you go you know conversations turn into new business right you gotta get that conversation and consumers today because of live chat in the world of live Chad in the ability to contact a business without key calling them is really really a good thing or it's it's it's sort of expected now all the large companies are offering live chat at this point because they know they need to and consumers you know I read I read a interesting stat that almost eighty percent of consumer are not ready to call a business the first time they see their website they just may not be ready to talk in WanNa feel pressured and so forth so it's by having the opportunity for them to text you it's a lot easier right it's a lot easier to ask a question you don't obligated anything just like live chat same idea so the toll free number as a dual purpose and also keeps your cell phone on private let's go the next step because I know a lot of photographers sit there in in fear of Oh my God this is new technology what do I need to know and how much time is it GonNa take me to learn the process and set it up now you introduce me to the system under the old Ashburn the new dashboard is everything is all at your fingertips and I sort of feel like I'm a testimonial child for you is because I am the low tech I'm the low tech poster child at the photo industry so it's sort of like skip can do it anybody can let's let's talk a little bit about your new senior rep program as one of the components but then get into how easy it is to get it setup and even alternatives for somebody that really doesn't want to set it up with your concierge service okay all right well yeah let me probably approach this sort of in a slightly different order I liked it I sort of talk about what we focus on in how we focused things that we think are extremely important one is you need to make extremely easy for consumers to ask you questions or inquire 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How Can I Get Glowing Skin?

Forever35

06:51 min | 1 year ago

How Can I Get Glowing Skin?

"Another questions skin. Some skin stuff Elissa wrote to US recently turned thirty five and we'll be getting married soon my partner and I are having a very small ceremony suck Tober and a big bash next October and twenty twenty. I'd love to have a healthy clear glowing skin for our middle of the woods ceremony Aronie but have absolutely no idea where to start have oily skin mostly on my tease zone and though it is generally clear I tend to have a handful of tiny pimples on my forehead at any given time I also have large pores my morning skin care routine typically consists of washing my face with whatever body washes on hand prentice looks down in shame and using using moisturizer and tinted moisturizer with SPF. I'd love to incorporate some new products and steps into my skin care routine but I'm not sure where to start. Please help okay first of all. This is a no shame game. Okay you can wash your face with whatever there's we are not going to shame you know so he washing with body wash cool <hes> that being said Mary did you have thoughts on this. Yeah Yeah also congratulations feel you on being worried about your skin and all that stuff and I I relate but how cool you're getting remarried and it sounds like it's it the fact that you're splitting it into two like sounds like they'll be like a really intimate thing which is awesome and then like a big fun thing and like those two degrees are kind of perfect because the intimate thing people will love you big thing people are just having fun around you so. I would definitely be that person not like hey. This is just a cool thing in maybe exactly what your pores are doing. What like dilation radius there at is like you know like ninth thank priority maybe but also Doria. I feel like you're the person who knows all the secrets so well. I did have some thoughts <hes>. I don't know if if you know this is secret level but but I had some thoughts share the secret story well I. I thought here's I thought you might WanNa. Try It night. <hes> I would start with an oil. Clinton's or a missile air water or you could do both you could do a double inclines <hes> and then I would do a Pixie glow tonic which has five percent cholic acid and that'll be a nice exp- wchs fully end and we'll help with those tiny temples and then I would maybe alternate that with a physical exfoliating cure brightening scrub then I would do an. Ha Serum like the ordinaries which is like nine bucks and on top. I would do an oil <hes> if you want to splurge splurge you could go for something like the urban for lapis facial oil which is a balancing oil intended for people with oily skin and I know you're thinking you're thinking talking. I have oily skin. Why am I going to add oil to it but adding oil you're facing up oily skin. Actually tells your skin not to produce as much oil yeah and balances it out balances it out so <hes> that's what. I would suggest some sort of routine like that you don't. I I think you don't WanNa go too complicated complicated <hes> and then I would also maybe do like the drunk elephant baby facial once a week just to really like clear things up up. You know there's a <hes> just because you said Pixie glow tonic there is a Pixie and caroline hurons. The irony highlands using there is a Pixie Caroline Highlands <hes> double cleanse the it's twenty bucks. It has a cleansing oil and a cleansing cream. I haven't used it. I'm always tempted to buy it yeah. They have so many cleansers at home that I just can't do it but I have friends who use it and love it. That's a that's a good price. I like that and and <hes> it's part of their clean beauty. Paraffin freeze cruelty free sounds great and then for daytime. I would be really gentle. I don't you know I'm a proponent of not washing your face in the morning <hes> unless you feel like really greasy already like you feel like there's something you need to take off your face <hes> otherwise. I would just like splash some water on it and if maybe puts me slayer water on if you really feel like you need to like take something off. <hes> you say you're already using moisturizer. I don't know what you're are using from wiser but I would do a light. Gel MOISTURIZER <hes> I've talked about the bioscience squally and probiotic Joel moisturizer. It's great <hes> it's a little pricey but if that's something you want to splurge on I would say that's a good splurge <hes> and then I would follow that with your sunscreen <hes> and if he wanted to hear him in the morning you could always do like a vitamin C serum. <hes> drunk elephant makes a C. Firma Day serum. That's it's really nice <hes> and you can get Sephora sells <hes> like a little mini thing of that with another one of their vitamin in be serum products so that's a good way to try it and see if your skin likes it because vitamin. C does make some people breakout you also if it's in your budget get a facial. Yes that might be just a nice thing to treat yourself with. An esthetician might also have some recommendations and be able to like really look at your skin. Yeah alright all right. Let's hear a voicemail with toner recommendation good morning. Cayden Dory's this fan ear. They hurt for criminal by calling in. I am calling in as I during my morning moisturizer so learning women I'm calling in regards to <hes> the person who called an f. about what what to do about toner eye stares pedal toner and I think it's really really really great and it's not expensive and I just wanted to say about how much you put on or don't put on. I used to use a cotton pad for MUCCI. They haven't even even cotton pads and I noticed I am major difference in my skin. When I stopped rubbing the cotton pat organizations pressing gently in in tonight although since then I have started using reusable Vanden pads for the environment and I still DAB <HES> and then I'll give it a minute it to drive them to my moisturizer but I will say that. I don't think it's as great for my sake but I guess it's better for the environment anyways hopes of helps. Thanks so much have a wonderful day. The pressing thing I feel like some vintners daughter tells you to press <hes> I've noticed I press my moisturizer in new rather than just rub everything everything yeah face totally. No I gently

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Advancing womens rights in Saudi Arabia, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals

UN News

06:22 min | 1 year ago

Advancing womens rights in Saudi Arabia, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals

"This is daniel dickinson for your news. In new saudi women will now be able to apply for passports those over twenty one won't be allowed to travel for independently without permission from their so called guardians other steps taken by the kingdom of saudi arabia over the past few years in advancing advancing women's rights include giving women the freedom to continue their education and to seek employment without having to guarantee permission from a male relative tiv- these positive changes show the kingdom's progress towards women's full and equal participation in all parts of society and dr in line with the u._n. Sustainable development goals but more action is needed to fully dismantle other restrictions. You end users. May your coop spoke doc to u._n. Women's dr moosa al shady and started by asking her what those steps represent for the region taken by the kingdom of saudi arabia over the the bus few years in advancing women's right are commendable not to believe these steps include amending the guardianship system to allow the women to drop it or teen passport at the age of twenty one and ebeling woman to register trial bears marriage and divorce and to be a digital as guardian to children who are minors also giving women the freedom to study at university and seek draymond without seeking permission from a male relative lifting the ban on women driving those encouraging the participation of saudi woman men and the workforce throw the kingdom's vision twenty thirty plan and everything the need for equal pay for equal work. These are positive steps that could further advance the kingdom's progress towards achieving the sustainable development goals. We hope that the kingdom continue and despise and make even more progress towards ensure woman's full and equal participation in all parts of society as you just mentioned many positive steps including allowing saudi women to drive. What do you attribute the great change in saudi arabia towards women's rights yeah to be honest with you. We are seeing a trend in the region where we're lows and policies have just to providing greater advancement woman's right including in saudi arabia the kingdom's vision twenty thirty plan is aligned with the sustainable development agenda. It took to the need to develop women's cup ability in order to contribute to the development of society and the economy. This is critical as we know that women must be meaningful participants in the economy across all sectors and indeed the ship was well if we are to achieve jib that <hes> twenty thirty agenda for sustainable development the kingdom's vision prentice to sit a goal of increasing women's but spacious and the workforce from twenty twenty two percent to thirty percent over the next seven years at you and woman we are hopeful that saudi arabia would continue to make progress toward achieving this goal. We also believe that the kingdom is taking an important step in highlighting women's empowerment as a priority area to focus on its g twenty presidency presidency next year a joint statement issued recently by u n special rapporteur on the right to privacy and the u. n. Working group on discrimination against against women and girls welcomed the positive step towards abolishing the guardian ships. They pointed out door to numerous restrictions including including tools and apps allowing male guardians to extend control of women to digits fear and to restrict their freedom freedom of movement. Is you woman in touch with saudi government tackle those issues does you and women offer any expertise or good practices undiscovered yeah yes u._n. Woman is committed to all eu member states and supporting the advancement of women right we work with member states adele request to provide policy guidance and technical expertise for example this year during the sixty third efficient <hes> on the commission of states of women you one woman <hes> and its partner launch artistic called the strategy and equality and low for women and girls by twenty this strategy developed by you and women international stakeholders and many other you an ngo partners seek to fasttrack abuse or a revision discriminatory low in one hundred countries by twenty t to twenty three. We expect to address the rieger need of over fifty million women and girls over three years. This is just one example of how you and women work with member states regional organization and many other stakeholders to advance gender equality and women's empowerment. What are the programs and projects that you an women is doing coming to raise awareness about women's human rights in the arab region as a whole yeah and i don't beijing you end women has a robust presence and out of region actually agent office for arab states located in kyle covers seventeen countries. It's provide technical assistance and policy advice to members estate at their request and also focused on programs to advance gender equality and women's empowerment for example. You and women has broken on decatur to understand andrew scores of gender inequality region that engagement and boys as part of the solution the program in tighted men's and women's for gender equality use used in space and capacity building to enhance enter equality in the region also you and women also work with member state and the league of arab states implimented for the woman basic agenda this work focuses on building regional capacity ensuring that women's <hes> voice here in conflict situations and and highlighting women's participation in peace process <hes> furthermore you and women work with entity and u._n._f._p._a. and esquadra carry out out joint study indicted agenda justice and the low covering eighteen countries in the region it provides a comprehensive assessment of laws and policies affecting gender equality not and protecting against gender based violence in other countries. We believe it's quite restrictive. 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Warriors' Steve Kerr: Russell Westbrook's Media Approach 'Dangerous' for the NBA

SportsCenter AM

02:52 min | 1 year ago

Warriors' Steve Kerr: Russell Westbrook's Media Approach 'Dangerous' for the NBA

"Westbrook has been in the spotlight. Once again, this postseason as he continues to respond next question when he's posed a question from one of the thunders beat reporters with Westbrook has had an issue since twenty fifteen after the warriors win over the clippers in game four Sunday. Golden State coach Steve Kerr telling reporters that the whole next question thing is dangerous for the NBA. Ethan Strauss of the Atlantic was there. He was also guest earlier on into the night here on ESPN radio. Become bewailed players are interfacing with media van. Extension, and it's spreads further than all of a sudden it becomes a problem for the week. I think general the week and have a few villains, right? They can have a you guys who are sort of jerks, and they can play that role. They can be ill and in wrestling for the league. But you can't you can't have dozens of that. And it seems like jerky Schnitt seems to have been spreading the even the players wouldn't have where we see Anthony Davis. Where does that also in his final game be radically in New Orleans? So I think that's a problem for the league. I look, I don't know. I don't know. That matters much is curbing does of these guys do these. We don't know much about football players. Scranton football's pretty popular. So I don't know the fancy over they are. But I do know that broadcasting urkish nece is bad for the league. I think that's about book, Ethan. How about the the obvious pushback on Kerr where in one game so far where his all star team has met any adversity. Kevin Durant and Draymond green. Blew off the presser altogether in the post game. Is that preferable? I'm just kinda wondering if that if you mentioned that at all to him in your conversation about this all the brief conversation on the way to the buck that we didn't get to get into those getting those issues and the obvious one that he would be asked about how you feel by your players, and they do that. I would assume knowing Steve does not like that. And he would not condone that he would not say that is the way it should be handled. I think next question ain't good. But even the Prentice also knock it as well. But it just seems that the NBA that they've been a little bit, you know, off of this stuff. And even if it's in the contract guys should do this or that, there isn't a whole lot of enforcement. And it will be interesting to see if Adam silver changes mind, just because of the book that bending, I don't know. I don't know. I I'm spacious in general on the idea. I am suspicious. A little bit of some of the claims even making he could be right. You certainly have more experienced broadcaster the NBA. That I do. But I do wonder if a lot of the engagement on Twitter, and knowing about everything you guys are doing their personalities do wonder if that even matters. I think the game would sell that. That's does it for the NFL. I wonder if the NBN away gotten almost distracted getting heavy social media, and it's not actually

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"Star Wars Episode IX" trailer is here

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

"Star Wars Episode IX" trailer is here

"End says the new teaser trailer for Star Wars. It was released at celebrates Chicago. This morning episode nine is titled the rise of Skywalker director j Adams wouldn't give away the plot. But the teaser shows a warm embrace between young heroine Ray and Prentice laya. Yes. The late Carrie Fisher makes an appearance but fans really freaked out when they heard this. The laugh of emperor pal Patine who will make an an appearance in episode nine people were all fired up

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"prentice" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"prentice" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Mid thirties along the lake we have forty four at O'Hare forty five at midway river forest has forty four. Now. See here's a question coming in on the text regarding the roads down here going to a class at Prentiss at one o'clock. So that's the Prentice hospital right here by northwestern at one o'clock will we have issues. Prentice they may or is that must be what might be like superior superior urine somewhere around there. Let's see here. Now. Between the hours of eight tap, dancing music. Rolling rolling tarp right now. One o'clock things should be getting back to normal. The information. I have here says March twenty four th between the hours of eight AM at eleven fifteen am as as runners pass through the areas. So that should be that you should be in the clear by one o'clock this afternoon, right? So this person misses their class. They can yell at me. They can yell at me lame Schwanke. They can yell at the t shirts were by the way, we're going to be putting out in the second quarter of two thousand nine hundred twenty. I'm surprised those haven't been put on. You want to know where our far-flung forecast takes today been waiting all morning. Well, I've been interrupted on occasion. So so. This is your first day on the show. Our far-flung forecast. Takes us to Bethany Oklahoma this morning. Definitely Oklahoma is just north west of Oklahoma City. And where.

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"prentice" Discussed on Material

Material

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"prentice" Discussed on Material

"Are labeled for commercial use modification only select images that you have confirmed. Oh, okay. So it looks like I'm wondering if this is like a good way to figure out like defined images that are broadly available. Let me tell you what I'm looking at. Under topics. It says chrome cast Prentice product line mob tick, watch pro and Google pixel stand underneath that under images. There are images of the crown cast and the chrome cast logo. If I click on more than I see the same actually oddly enough, it looks like a Christian cross next to actually an Android droid. Christian also knows I was talking about HDMI's. So here's a look here's a look at HD. My pin outs. Here is it's like, I know I know instinctively that as helpful as that is. I know I can't use any of those images because that means that anytime anybody else's use Google docs to write notes about the about the crown cast if anybody sees the same Android Jesus picture, I guess any just got it from the suggest that Google Minya. How does he? But this is pretty I mean, it's every I'm clicking on more chrome a pixel stand. Google smartwatch. HD? My phone connector audio signal open. Port microphone digital audio Chromebook raspberry pi powered speakers, actually, this is I'm actually kind of genius where we should go rent commercial because just by reading the topics that I pod. Hi fi all of the things that have been pulled out by Google, Google, docs, topics that are inside this are actually teasers for what happens after the ad. It's true. So let let let's let's do an ad let let's pretend that though that was actually are designed all along..

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Google offers more secure email for journalists, politicians, activists ... and you?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:42 min | 2 years ago

Google offers more secure email for journalists, politicians, activists ... and you?

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation when it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet, m Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road and all weather at Thomas testing centers to learn more head to planet, m dot com. Planet m Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born and by the block lend solutions conference curious about blockchain technology for business applications and more attend the block Lynn solutions conference December first through fourth at Cleveland's Huntington convention center, you'll learn from leaders who've successfully applied blockchain technology to the organization and how you can to learn more and register at block link Cleveland dot com slash podcast. Google built Email for politicians, but you have to trust Google from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Email can be very vulnerable way to communicate especially if you're sending around valuable information because you're a politician or a journalist or an activist high profile Email users are targets for hackers trying to get them to click the wrong link and give up their passwords. Google actually offers a version of g mail with extra security, you need a physical USB key to log in and anyone can use it. But Google markets it to these high profile users Mark Risher is head of Google's account security team in creator of what's called the advanced protection program. What we realized was that while we do our utmost to protect everyone. There's some people that need really to turn it up to the max that whether they are activists or journalists or political figures the risk or the likelihood of an attack is particularly high. And so we built advanced protection. Yes. As the Fort Knox to give them Google strongest security offerings all in one place. I mean, I suppose that even. If you were let's say candidate who was enrolled in advanced protection. But you were emailing somebody who wasn't isn't the weakest link in any of your communication like the dumb person on the other end. I wouldn't say the dumb person because. Yeah. The the attackers are going after everyone, and they will look for wherever they can get through. And they have the advantage that they get to keep trying until they succeed. But you're right in your Prentice that communication is multi party. It's two way. And so if either side is compromised, and yes, there is vulnerability. Right. And I mean, I guess that raises the question should anybody. Use Email should sensitive information in this day and age be in Email at all it feels like a real question. But the challenge is we need to communicate to do our jobs. You know, if we were to go live in a cave and only pass handwritten notes back and forth. It would be unlikely. Someone would steal those handwritten notes, but we also would be going at such low bandwidth. We couldn't get our jobs done information sharing. And all of these communication tools are. Mendis-led valuable, for example, when we talk to political campaigns. They say, you know, think of a campaign as a startup that comes together just for a few months with just one objective. Every second counts they're going as fast as possible, and they need to be able to use the wide panoply of communication tools at their disposal. Mark pressure is head of Google account security team. So, but you know, people are still skeptical of Google, so we checked with an independent cybersecurity expert on whether even a higher security version of g mail is a good idea. Bruce Schneier said he personally doesn't use Google at all he said here in the US government can just subpoena your g mail and Google has to hand it over. But he said in countries with autocrat regimes that can't just ask Google for Email records, the program could be good protection from surveillance, Nigeria and Khazakstan Syria and east Neo Pia bunch of countries in the Arab states bunch of countries in Latin America, former Soviet republics all these cuts. Stories are using toviolence tools to spy on people for political purposes and people who are at risk of there. This is a great system. Schneider said even US citizens working in other countries with routine surveillance, should definitely secure their Email and now for some related links. Even though the FCC officially repealed net neutrality that wasn't enough for the Trump administration and the telecom industry, several broadband lobbying groups and AT and T had actually petitioned the supreme court to overturn 2016 ruling that up held net neutrality rules, that's constitutional and within the purview of the FCC telecoms and the administration wanted the supreme court to throw out that ruling altogether. So it could not be used as legal precedent down the road. But the high court said, no, although Justice, Brad Kavanagh and chief Justice John Roberts recused themselves. Both of them said they totally would have overruled the lower court if they had been there, though, another story you might have missed on a lighter note electric, scooter company bird launched its service in London sort of a law from eighteen thirty five has blocked the use of the scooters on Britain's streets, but the company can operate on private land with the. Owner's permission. So bird scooters are available on a one mile stretch of pathway in London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic park, the head of bird UK told Forbes, quote technology, always comes ahead of legislation considering Europe and the UK's attitude toward tech lately. Be might not wanna sing quite so loudly get it because bird. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Shepherd from Lincoln Nebraska, and I listened to marketplace several times actually every day because it's got the economic news and developments that are important to me a donate to marketplace. So that it can be available to everyone and ask her hope you join me in this effort. Thanks to join shepherd as a marketplace investor donate online, marketplace dot org. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation our world is becoming more hands free. Thanks to planet end. That will also include the future of transportation, Michigan has the most comprehensive autonomous real world testing under every road and weather condition and leads the nation in patents relating to navigation and smart mobility to learn more, visit planet m dot com. Planet m Michigan where big ideas mobility are born.

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"prentice" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"prentice" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Oh, no is the dust on his own natural Prentice on the lung doesn't on his run along. Donlevatar? That's the shot. You get at the end from guy shooting nineteen percent from three this year. Who doesn't take very many of them has not made a three this year this calendar year this calendar year? Thank you good correction. That's an actual helpful correction. You got still got s- is that an unprecedented helpful correction from stugatz calendar year helped me and the audience. There was not simply a buzzard correction. It was a useful correction this calendar year. Excellent work by used to guts. I'm proud of you. Thank you. I mean, it's really not much that we set the bar that low. This is live at our show with is still God's on ESPN radio. You read any of the details after I told you yesterday about how Whitey Bolger was killed the details are coming out. And it it is a bit staggering. Why have you not read about this? Why why is it stupid for me to ask you? Whether you've read anything about Whitey Bulger's death because I don't read. No, your teammates, man. All right. So why did he Bulger's eighty nine years? Older was eighty nine years old. He was in a wheelchair real tragedy. Man. I love the greatest show on earth. The same joke that you did yesterday. You're going to go with another Mark Bolger joke. Mark. He was also a Whitey Bolger. No, it's not Mark Bolger name. I just feel like yesterday we did this already. And that's all you've done is the only thing in your library is a stiff Mark Bolger joke. Well, all you do is basking me if I've read about this white details. Interesting to the audience as soon as I read these tales to you're going to be like, oh my God that terrific. I'm waiting for you to read them to this dude was wheeled into a corner of the jail. He's eighty nine years old away from surveillance cameras. And when they got to the body, it was totally unrecognizable because it was missing is because he had been beaten to death with a padlock inside a sock. Correct. That is the reaction that is all those faces in the shipping container. That's an eighty nine year old dude in a wheelchair eighty nine years old man that's older than Gene Hackman that's older than Clint Eastwood aiding nice, not as old as Marv Levy. How did you get a hold of Marv Levy yet, she sees us? Any was very nice, and then she left a message on his machine is not checking that anymore. All right. I've got a couple of questions here because we've moved away from topics that I wanted to talk about the first one is Chris what would we have to pay you to get you to roll one hundred yards on that grass outside of the clevelander pencil role. It's a football punishment role a hundred yard have we asked HR every done any of that to me. This sounds awful. But Chris was excited about the. Black man exciting, Mike Ryan the dust here. Mike Ryan is so happy. Pushing me off of topics. We couldn't get in trouble with the SPN for doing this. But I'd like to push some of those lines. Anyway, we have to go to the creative content. Whenever it is that that music plays. It takes precedent over everything. I think except the Kentucky Fried chicken's. They're not sure tell the person power structure, tell the person to your right? Your favorite thing about them. Tell the person to your right? Your favorite thing about them. So I am too. You're right. Which way I'm the one everyone doing this. I. Your left and your right? I assure you. Okay. You don't have to start though. But let's start with Chris Chris. What is your favorite thing about Billy his eating habits? Okay. Billy. What is your favorite thing about ROY to his writers? Mike do is. Right. I think Mike's two mikes was right. All right, Mike. What is your favorite thing about Mike, Billy? He smells good sometimes. Okay. Very good. Mike. What is your favorite? You have. No one to your right? You wanna get Bruce? I mean, I'll say some nice, ROY. He's out to my right. Yeah. You turned around. Okay. Very good. He's focused his focused. Roy. What is your favorite thing about Mike as good Musica selections?.

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Cambodia election: Polls close in vote with no main opposition

To the Best of Our Knowledge

04:17 min | 2 years ago

Cambodia election: Polls close in vote with no main opposition

"We have become a nation of beekeepers. They can dance a map in the dark to a flower, and the other bees will understand that it's so it was, isn't it? It's so racket. I'm an strand. Champs bees are amazing, but if they're endangered, so are we this idea of the Pakalitha? There's definitely caught our imagination in part because we're so dependent upon for so much of our food supply. Every third by food is reliant on these this hour, saving loving bees. I this Live from, NPR news Washington on. Giles Snyder another hot and windy day expected in northern California where thousands of firefighters are battling the car fire on the outskirts. Of breading wildfires now killed five people destroyed hundreds of homes and forced tens of thousands to flee, Shasta county sheriff Tomba Cinco displaced over thirty eight thousand people as a result of. The fires we have made thousands of notifications. For evacuations there is at least five hundred structures that have. Been damaged Cinco is calling on those who have been displaced by the fire to let their friends and family know they're okay to children and their great grandmother are among the. Debt shooting last night in New Orleans has left three people dead, and seven wounded police looking for two suspects who shot indiscriminately into. A crowd just Clark of member station w. w., reports police say the shooting happened Saturday. Evening, outside A commercial strip mall on a main fairway. Three people were pronounced dead on, the scene seven others. Were taken to local hospitals for treatment police had several blocks cordoned off around the scene EMS chaplains social workers and the city. Coroner were there several community members who appear to know the victims were openly wailing with grief in, a statement New Orleans Maryland letroy Cantrell called the killing disgusting and infuriating police say. They're still investigating nearly ninety people have already. Been murdered in the city this year for NPR news I'm. Just Clark in New Orleans overseas a magnitude six point four earthquake struck the central Indonesian island of long Bob causing significant damage the BBC Steve Jackson reports at least ten people. Have been killed in an estimated forty others injured too shallow earthquake, struck early in the morning when many people were asleep residents and. Holidaymakers run from their homes and hotels into the, streets to escape fooling debris dozens of Smaller aftershocks followed polls are. Closed in Cambodia where there was no significant challenge. To longtime Prentice Hun Sen in today's elections. Michael Sullivan reports Hun Sen has been in power for, the past thirty three years and says. He wants to stay for these ten more to ensure this election helps smooth the way he's clamped down, on civil, society groups gutted independent media and had the country's main opposition the Cambodian national rescue party. Dissolved by the supreme court last year that came close to winning the. Last election in two thousand thirteen it's, leader come so car, was jailed in September on charges of treason human rights groups and many. Western governments, are calling this election of farce saying Hun Sen the world's longest-serving prime minister has eliminated any significant opposition security is tight as Cambodians go to the polling booth many reluctantly given their choices for NPR news I'm Michael Sullivan in Chiang Rai Thailand this. Is NPR A federal judge said Tuesday deadline for the Trump administration to give Washington state information on parents separated at the border the state is, leading a lawsuit against the government precipitating families and turning away asylum seekers from member station k., u. w. and a Boyko Iraq reports the states are seeking information that includes spreadsheets on more than sixteen hundred parents who. Were, separated from their children as part of the administration's. Crackdown on legal immigration Washington state solicitor general Noah per Sal is focused on the more than seven hundred children who still haven't been. Reunited with their. Families hopefully we'll be.

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"prentice" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"prentice" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Sports so stay dot com m QB Jenny Prentice wrote the article she's stayed away from what has, been talked about with Garoppolo over. The last couple of weeks more than anything, else And it's back to the scene out on a date in Los Angeles With the celebrity? Shocking a quarterback is dating a celebrity that never happens didn't this case and apparently the celebrity is recognizable In certain circles Came as. News to me I did not notice until I. Read about it I didn't see any pixes about it added, time or whatever but apparently he is dating an. Adult film star you can. Call her dad, you can say porn, if you want but I try and stay on. The classy side so I'll say adult film star and different media outlets have commented on it that it is unbefitting a starting quarterback in the National Football League and had Garoppolo is compromising both his own and the forty Niners position would potential advertisers that there are some advertisers that may or may not be willing to. Be a back rub either the forty Niners and door Jimmy Garoppolo on an. Individual personal level Number one that's on Jimmy Garoppolo that's for him to decide number to the forty Niners can certainly express an opinion as to what their belief is or what their thought is but they can't dictate. By any stretch it imagination this completely all garoppolos choice here's what I say More power tool I don't think last Jimmy Garoppolo because he was seen now dating an. Adult film star I don't necessarily think more of a my just say to. Each his own but if, you said Jodi can't you can't take a pass. On this one you gotta say more or less I think more of the guy to be. Truthful it yeah and if I were him and I were dating a porn. Star I would wanna go, out in public and be seen with this attractive. Young lady more power to him Are these just non Niner fans and I always. Some media members and alike and everybody's gotta. Heartache and you have to have a hot take otherwise. You're. Not doing your job really I wanna know this kind of goes, back to her our first hour discussion about dollars and cents this is not Dow's incense TNA I guess I don't care I wanna know how many. Games he's gonna win touchdowns he's gonna throw Kinsey is gonna throw, I don't care who. To AKIs Dayton. If she's well employed and well endowed more power. More power to him What the hell why are we making a big deal, out, of this good for Jimmy Garoppolo I hope he's happy guy and I, hope he has a good season with San Francisco personally yes. I still believe the. Rams are the team to beat not to Beijing and it has nothing to do with to Gerry Goffin dating that's for damn sure I just think the Rams have. A better team than. The forty Niners? Even though the forty Niners might have the better and doing better? On the open market quarterback good for. Jimmy Garoppolo do you care do you really care about who guys date your players out, there and the like Just another question sometimes my mind wanders and therefore I turn them into questions I need answered by you the very smart audience I was promised last night by. Both Stu Kovacs and. Brian Hickey this? Is a very smart audience Bill writer has a very smart audience well we'll see You got a about who Jimmy Garoppolo. Dating, these days Eight five five two one two four CBS join amac. On back on the telephone. Lines in just a couple got. Two more guests coming I'll give you details on that when we come back and get back on the phones, after the latest CBS sports update with the act man.

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"prentice" Discussed on The 45th

The 45th

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"prentice" Discussed on The 45th

"Pardons brings us to the elephant in the room which god this morning we woke up to it if elephant the room now kind like out there talking very loudly but that is trump's tweet about his pardon ability and how far it goes in fact according to trump as has been stated by numerous legal scholars fact check natural continued i have absolute right to pardon all caps pardon myself but why would i do that i have done nothing wrong in the meantime the never ending witchhunt by thirteen very angering democrats prentice and others continues into the midterms yeah so i know there is there is a debate he it's not i wouldn't call settled question necessarily it's a fair point today can the president part himself over the weight of all thirty is against him on this this is not something that we have ever braced and current like oh guidance is against it as well so he's trying to jump support something he claimed his not going to do but spoiler he's totally planned to do at some point they've been setting this out for a while they've been working on this for a while a law basically it's like every every argument they can make their also making the argument that he cannot obstruct justice that he can which takes us to these letters the memo the new york times published before we get to that let's look at the only president we have in american history and that's nixon.

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"prentice" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"prentice" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Prentice has i don't mean this any sort of creeper way she has beautiful black skin she is a lovely young woman you can be poor middle class rates it doesn't matter the black card will still confer upon you an entire history of oppression even if you've never been oppressed i love that because that is so freaking true blacks for that matter any other ethnicity the claims that somehow they're oppressed or they're this or that and they have to reach back not to their grandfather's not to their great grandfather's or grandmother's but to their great great great grandfather's or great great great grandmothers to which they have no connection whatsoever in fact many probably don't even know who they are they haven't kept up on their genealogy they've lost connections they nothing whatsoever but although claim and the why flashed black card and most white people will cower play the black card expertly and you can win awards make millions all the while claiming that the people who got you there somehow hate you with a black card you can sell books full of indecipherable pros because the car that powerful who cares if your words make any sense you can call yourself a.

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Introducing Ronald Acuna, MLB's next superstar

The Jim Rome Show M

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Introducing Ronald Acuna, MLB's next superstar

"I think you know it's just it's gonna be special the giants and jets will pick before the browns again at four the celtics in bucks tip off tonight in milwaukee which is looking to stave off elimination interim coach joe prentice said that is the time when you realize you can count on got to play hard like that's what you trained for that such you practice for that's what you go through these experiences for we weren't a game six last year so there's multiple guys that have been in this situation baseball action today right now the braves in front of the reds two to nothing bottom of the second ronald cuneo just called up for this first major league home run getting underway are the phillies diamondbacks in philadelphia the mets and cardinals the rubber game of that series in saint louis in the american league the yankees go for the fourgame sweep of the twins and jordan montgomery will try to take them to that sweep as he takes the mound a pair of series opened in the stanley cup playoffs tonight the capital's host the penguins and the vegas golden knights coming off a playoff series victory in their inaugural season host the san jose sharks summer chairman springs better with tasmania moose weekdays from six to nine am eastern on cbs sports radio.

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To prove 'Earth is flat', self-taught rocket-man launches self 1,875 feet into California sky. Here's what happened next

01:41 min | 2 years ago

To prove 'Earth is flat', self-taught rocket-man launches self 1,875 feet into California sky. Here's what happened next

"He travels a world reflects he says too many mistakes are being made by old men in power porn stars stormy daniels has appeared on cbs sixty minutes interview she says she had a short affair with an apprentice performer donald trump she says an interview that she did for publication was killed in some way and says along the way she was threatened if she talked about the trump affair i was in a parking lot going to a fitness class with my infant daughter taking the seats facing backwards in the backseat diaper bag you know getting all the stuff out and a guy walked up on me and said to me trump along forget the story and then he leaned around and looked at my daughter and said it's a beautiful little girl it'd be a shame if something how mature mom and then he was gone direct threat absolutely she says trumpet promised her part of the prentice which never happened the president arrived back at the white house and would not answer questions from the media all right let's let's go a little bizarro now self taught rocket scientists mad mike hughes blasted himself into the california sky and a rocket he built in his garage yeah today one thousand eight hundred seventy five feet above the mojave desert before he deployed his shoot coming back to earth with a clump he said while he was asked are you glad you did it and he said yeah i guess the reason he's a flat earth he says if he can get high enough he can actually be able to see the earth is flat get high enough that's the operative you sure this wasn't happening at burning man or something really yeah only in california.

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"prentice" Discussed on The Big Web Show

The Big Web Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"prentice" Discussed on The Big Web Show

"So i feel like that's the thing that i can do so so i'm encouraged to kind of continue to in that absolutely i think that makes a lot of sense also your one of the good guys i think women are going to put this sometimes what a man appears to be offering mentoring often too often and not just in our business in fact less maybe in our business but enough a lot of times when men are trying to help women in their careers there's this nasty ulterior motive which clearly not would not be the case with you and that's a good thing to yeah i mean it's such a it's such an unfortunate thing that that happens and i wish that man i wish people were better about that i try to be as helpful as again i try to be as conservative as i can about you know making sure that that my intentions are clear whoever i'm working with and that and that trying to have those kinds of intentions front and those conversations up front i think hopefully would give the potential apprentice good sense of what they would be getting into as well as me and and you know i'm not forced to do this i'm also i'm pretty choosy in the apprentices that i do pick i don't have a lot of time to say take on a cohort of fifty people and so i wanna make sure that that it's beneficial both ways it's something that i can get something out of by scratching the chipping able to teach and mentor as well as the potential prentice to get something out of it as well typically how much background shouldn't apprentice have is can you work with someone who's just interested with as no experience at all.

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"prentice" Discussed on The Tesla Show

The Tesla Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"prentice" Discussed on The Tesla Show

"I don't know prentice or something like the gun was like a gun handel or something like eur thumb just naturally is right there so i thought that was actually pretty good placement and was illuminated it had a little it highlighting one little like like horizontal line on it and then they did window is below that inside of the flat horizontal part of the door handle arm rest area i actually don't know i didn't play that the window okay so what's your opinion now playing with the button do you think that's fanciful or a reasonable or has on many cars do that i haven't i've never seen a car uh do that um i don't know i mean i i think it's interesting i think as long as it's reliable it's good i think like i mean hair and lee skeptical of things that can go wrong and there's something very dependable and reliable about a mechanical assembly where there's like a lever that you pole and if there's like a linkage and it opens the door i feel like if you get into any sort of mechanical arms are any sort of electronics systems you can nearfull more things that can go wrong but that said you're i've had a electric windows on by vehicles for a while now it's been awhile since i had a hand crank window and and those all worked very reliably so uh yeah maybe this is just the the next thing i guess one thing i would worry about if i were in a colder climate would be what happens if the doors frozen um like how much like positive forces being applied to open that door uh but you know in in california that's not can be a problem right.

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