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"preuss" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

05:58 min | 5 d ago

"preuss" Discussed on Sleep With Me

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"preuss" Discussed on Pro Business Channel

Pro Business Channel

04:05 min | 2 months ago

"preuss" Discussed on Pro Business Channel

"Win any stock outs or anything. So we're really excited from corporate side but at franchisees are even more excited. I think it will benefit the company as a whole a for are perspective franchisees They would essentially be connecting to in large traffic heavy established e commerce site with with their individual offerings Within a few clicks Aside from that project pammy we've been kind of dabbled into cryptocurrency a little bit We've able to cryptocurrency portal for franchisees that allows them accepting news in bitcoin and if theory. I'm sure you've heard crypto currency. It's on everyone's talking mainly We're we're offering to our tech savvy customers in there. They love it. We're getting orders in and they love using the crypto and we love shopping you. Yeah wow you got your wrapping technology around technology and really remaining what i would say current And that whole commerce With crypto currency capabilities. That's impressed him Yeah and i'm assuming these are some of the key ways that technology actually plays a role in your business right so Data and go by Stephen i collaborate internally on on how these new when even emerging technologies can help our business grow and continue to help meet our customers in. Franchisee needs You know we're we're dependent on our proprietary software technologies that we produced this. This is sixteen years in the making This sort of the backbone and our operations connects locations matters running tori You know we're very heavy on that. And we invest in technology for sure. So obviously you like you said you'd landed on a great business model here Huge market demand bringing kerman current bricks and mortar e commerce strategy You now are gonna. You're offering this. Obviously they franchise opportunity What kind of growth are you experiencing expecting as a franchise system Pencil we just started franchising. We're in really the first year That we're in the marketplace Were currently in two completely different markets in new york and north carolina north carolina. We have carry And charlotte gastonia right outside of charlotte And the stores doing well The franchisees are happy So we are you know out in the market right now where we partnered up with. Dan row from france mart Who is the premier franchise development company in the country And we've been having active conversations over the last several months so We're off to a very you know rapid and and very Encouraging start that's great to hear Do you have plans. Are you looking to go nationwide or you. More regionally focused What are what are your growth plans there well. The natural progression is to continue to grow on the east coast. Where we're located. But that being said with partnering with france were able to touch our Areas and and speak to people across the country so Like i mentioned previously really want to be in every city and then every suburban area outside of that city so it is truly a nationwide expansion. That's not about franchising is a great growth strategy for that I do wanna you know just share with our listeners If you are interested in learning more about pay more You obviously you can go to the pay. More website There it will. It will give you a little bit more background of what it means to become a franchisee as well as you know what it means you want to be an end. Customer to The opportunity to become a franchisee..

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"preuss" Discussed on Pro Business Channel

Pro Business Channel

02:13 min | 2 months ago

"preuss" Discussed on Pro Business Channel

"The older nintendo consoles and games and just about everything in between including tablets laptops the devices in doing so our stores are what our customers centralized place to deal in all things technology while putting a big focus on keeping them daisy by professionally wiping the devices by the data protection guidelines. We follow our big focus on our core service. Offerings are monitoring devices consumers to go green by offering them incredible trading prices for you over devices while keeping these devices out of our landfills and repurposing them for a second life that second life is device that the quakes for great deals the next consumer we also provided the ability tree that scene tech in for additional bonus value in pay more store credit which customers can use to shop for already discounted electronics with warranties instore or online. I you know there's so many important points did you just touch on. And i'm looking forward to dive in a little bit deeper but i really have. I personally appreciate that. You are environmentally friendly friendly Love that data protection and How current you're staying So i wanna go ahead and understand a little bit more about your customer. Who is the identity customer for your franchisees services. You know. that's a tough question to answer. Because you've seen just about all major demographics patronizing are ocassions. I'm going to say that.

"preuss" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:04 min | 8 months ago

"preuss" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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"preuss" Discussed on Mint Arrow Messages

Mint Arrow Messages

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"preuss" Discussed on Mint Arrow Messages

"We've picked up along the way from experts experts in the field of parenting what really works for us and we end with our phil preuss source for parenting help and advice here with my oldest child. What's your name in adel and about what still go k about. How old are you six any. What grade are you in first grade first grade cool okay. I have some fun questions for you. Are you ready <hes> okay. Hey annabelle. What's the best thing about being a big sister helping the others. Oh that's nice. What do you do to help the others. <hes> help maili help lila in held. My mom and dad votes so true. You're such a good helper. What kind of things do you like to help with <hes> <hes> in case if you almost drop something out catch it but so true what else could carry steph jeff for you yup you do that. You do a great job of that okay annabel. What's your favorite thing you do with just stat <hes> coaster theme. <hes> you like to go surfing okay. What's your favorite conversely mean. Oh swimming too yep. What's your favorite thing that you do with just mom. <hes> do few steph on my birthday with mum. Y'all like what like go shopping or shop for stuff for may birthday love it. We like to go shopping together okay. What do you love most about dad that i could flesh his head you like it. When it's heads buzzed yeah yeah what else that he so fussy he calls you. Fuzzy doesn't okay. What's your favorite thing about mom. <hes> ways cute steph offing santa bell. What do mom and dad do for work. <hes> boy sunday hyundai computers than do podcast like right now yup. What are we doing on our computers working and doing calls and podcasts asan everything like that. Yeah okay good job. What do you wanna be annabel. When you grow up. I don't know yet though so can you answer. Do you have any ideas of things you might want to do. <hes> i might wanna. Do tom bullying. They might want to use basketball. I might want right right horse or sippy like that but i feel casino on something that i can money on ya not smart like what like be the cafeteria girl or <hes> being so when i count bow or something like that. What do you want to do with the money that you earn and <hes> buy stuff first off like what what would you buy. Gannon laws animals hats remain room. Wow what kind of pets what's he answers. The knees rats. Wow okay. I'll those animals that e. R. are how circling to stay outside. That's a good idea but when a pet them. I'm gonna go back inside in wash. Wash your hands. That's a smart idea okay annabel..

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"preuss" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"preuss" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Well, I mean, we don't we don't know what happened we. Cozy. That's why Kevin has migraines woman to be wanting to be available to in the event that they got to the postseason. That's one of those stories. I don't know that we'll ever, I bet we know what the answer is right now. The answer is they said you know what we need to do this right now. And he said, well, what if we have game against Philadelphia to go to the postseason? You're telling me, I could be backed by then, and in the in the playoffs and they collectively collectively like, apparently they did in Oakland, with, with Kevin Durant last week, they made the decision not to do what they may be should have done for the purposes of having cold available if they got. That's what Preuss Oun is supposedly, therefore to step in and say, this is not a good idea. Can you imagine Bruce Alan crying at the podium, like Golden State's GM did last week over the Durant injury? All right. So one other quick Redskin store. While we're on the Redskins. Because I, I read this early this morning in the post, I think less carpenter wrote it. He had some quotes from Bill Callahan. This could have been from a presser that Bill Callahan did but Callahan basically is saying that Eric flowers is really the front runner to be the starting left guard and can't play tackle like you know, we knew that they inside air flowers to play tackle God forbid, he has to play tackle, they're in big trouble. And they should literally if Trent Williams doesn't come back, and they have to start Eric flowers at left tackle, they should put a red shirt on Haskins for twenty nineteen that's not gonna happen. But that is not going to happen, but Callahan swears there bunch of quotes in here. He certainly sounds bullish about Eric flowers as the starting left guard. Remember the Redskins have that, you know, had that coming into the season is void and we weren't sure about flowers, but he's. He thinks he projects, well as, as a left guard, which means if that's true. Then right now you're just missing Trent Williams from an offensive line that, if healthy could be decent not top-five the Redskins offensive line. For those of you have said, that's been a top five offense of line here in recent years..

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"preuss" Discussed on Remso Republic

Remso Republic

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"preuss" Discussed on Remso Republic

"We're pretty good actually and considering how many guns we have were really good like, wow. We have zillions of guns in this country and societies of polite society. It's pretty darn polite considering how many guns we have, you know, people will say, oh, well, America's, we have so many gun deaths and say, it's a, it's a it's shocking that we don't have more, and it's the sad thing is that two thirds of our gun deaths in America are suicides. You know, like that's a bigger issue that nobody seems to be talking about, is mental health. What the heck? I was gonna wrap it up. I'm at a few minutes because I'm glad you brought this up. One of the booths, I saw today was for local mental health clinic, go to them. Americans need that apparently because we're often ourselves in record numbers. We're the most depressed nation in the world. We beat out countries where they're active war zones. In terms of reported clinical depression per population. Right. That's isn't we had them. Yeah. And I brought that up to the guy today and he was, you know, this clinic is specifically for pedia pediatricians who wanna learn more about mental health, and where parents can get their kids linked up with a pediatric therapist. I'm like, what does it say that children under the age of eighteen or porting clinical depression, like no other generation, the guy was like man, I have no clue. We just can't answer everything. No, we can't. And that's I mean, that's I think that's part of the solution is just to admit that we don't have the answers to everything and. We'll, we'll all eventually get to that point. Someone was sooner than later. But eventually, we all will have to admit that I, I don't have the answers to everything and some of earth's problems. I don't know the solution to and it's also okay to admit that you don't know the solution. That is okay. And it's sometimes better to prescribe. No benneton. Then to prescribe the wrong one. Absolutely. Well, folks. That was it didn't change my mind on guns at all. But. I can tell you that there's, there's always more of the story than what you just gotta see on the screen. That's all I've got say, Tim, as always everyone catch your show on Mondays. Are you still kicked off like half your platforms? Like I know you're not on I tunes anymore. Yeah. I'm still kicked off. I tunes as far as I know, but we're.

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"preuss" Discussed on Remso Republic

Remso Republic

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"preuss" Discussed on Remso Republic

"I mean obviously they could shoot me in the head. But that yeah, there's always that which there is a threat of all my gosh. I have stockers now you wouldn't believe it. Maybe I'll tell you stories out there. I knew I knew you were a special type of person to him, but not Stocker worthy. I didn't think so either I had to stockers I did one lasted probably about a year and a half. And the other one was real hot and heavy for minute, then he disappeared, because I nor them. But. No, I'm actually a little bit flattered by mine. I'm no. Wow. I must be special. I have a stalker fantastic. Does. I what did they find you at the gym? No. I don't go to the gym. They found me at the gas station. Well, I was getting some rockstar energy drinks in the morning, that's where they found me. And. It's fun. It's nice to have a Stocker. So hopefully he's listening to this and he knows that I know about him. And it's like all right. I see you. You see me and we keep our distance and it's lovely and friendly. So yeah, speaking of lovely and friendly. Yeah. I forgot what will our topic for today is talking about these, these moms demand action trying to find a really nice way way, way to put it. Because like this is an episode where, you know, I think I take it for granted like I didn't ask for this, but I have a very. Centre, right? Christian conservative male type of audience. And for a lot of a lot of the conversations we have they tend to go all over the place, but have a feeling like this episode is going to piss everybody off really like. Way, shape or form. Why brought you on is a buffer. Oh, oh, that was a bad move. Well, you know, I'm not known for my great decision making skills as, as we'll learn today. So basically this past weekend. So actually a little bit more context last week. We had the tragedy in Virginia Beach twelve. Folks were killed when a gunman went in and then he killed himself. So I think he made number thirteen and I wrote this happens a week before the fans, you will the fifth annual we wear orange series of national rallies. That's put on by moms demand action now before, before I go any further when you hear like every town USA moms, the mand action. What type of people jump into your mind for me? Liberal soccer moms. I picture them white most likely blond hair, which short blond hair glasses. They always wear glasses. They drive minivans. Annoying, there, people who generally look like the type of people who would be branded as having white privilege when moms demand action pulls up at my door. I don't imagine a Latino woman, or an African American woman. I'm a bitchy white suburban, mom. You know, that's actually. This is where it starts. This is a bad decision. This is a bad decision bringing me on not to piss people off. Okay. So for my, my left leaning listeners jumped in because you have any I have a hand. I have a feeling that with this in an article that's coming out this week over the American conservative. It's gone up a little bit more. But yeah, like I, I went to a big rally in Alexandria on Friday. And I went to a smaller one this afternoon. You were very spot on and even down to the hair Keller. It's actually kinda creepy. Like, folks, there was no coordination of this. But it was it was a. It was an experience because before before I went to these rallies. I thought I had an idea of what they would be like, honestly, it was a little bit more. You know, I'm going to say I was a little bit more of a jerk than your description was. I thought they were angry Tommy, fat trashy, lesbians, who just go to take our guns away. And these are the peer thinking, yeah, you were thinking of the women's March. I just thought they went to the I thought they were the same crowd. Right. I can understand the same side of the aisle, but they're two different groups..

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"preuss" Discussed on Layovers

Layovers

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"preuss" Discussed on Layovers

"There's too cozy. A relationship between industry and regulators has a point. And that's like you said, it's not it's not exclusive to the way because I think all the nothing we ended of that. In the previous episode all the regulators face that issue. How to cope with the massive amount of work but curly in the US. We're seeing does what you said we're seeing there will be a movement. I'm not sure they will. Because I think we'll need tens of billions of dollars to being the FAA to certify all by itself, but they will be probably a rebalance of the relationship certify what while Preuss in place because. Yeah, you cannot go on like that. No, it can't and one hopes that that the changes to the regulatory process and the certification process take all enter account balance oversight with with getting these airplanes to market, and in an officiant way that doesn't stifle innovation, and I think again like you said they've been operating in their own backyard for way too long and here we are having to talk about to. Horrendous events. Yeah. Yeah. These go on not sure we want to talk about never episode because really again, not fun. It's fascinating the same time to Rummy fixation that happens in the industry. But again, we don't have the results of investigation. We know that Boeing will be suffering. Because normally I think you you mentioned that in a previous episode Buddha as canceled its order. I don't think everybody will consider all the we'll never has. But, but they are are lines are preparing to ask for compensation for the flights that I think American Airlines is canceling ninety flights a day or something because it don't have the capacity because of the lack of seven thirty sevens. Other airlines weld Norwegian actually is one of them maybe spice jet as well will ask for compensation to Boeing to Circe. Well, we'll fly. We don't know when this will be actually ready to fly. We bought it from you. You always like some guarantees or we'll ask you for monetary. So it will buy Boeing somehow still. Yeah. Absolutely. Well, and I think yesterday the first lawsuit from one of the passenger relatives was filed in Chicago. So and it certainly won't be the last. So they will have to deal with that as well. It's interesting because usually indie US US judges dismiss this kind of cases when they come from abroad. So when a crash happens in this case, for instance, this this is not the. The relevant court. You have to do that in Asia. And then memorial convention kinda applies whatever in this case, some churches, my actually accept because there was a fault at the start in the design of the aircraft in the decisions that were made in a background again to catch for the three twenty Neo that maybe were cutting corners, thus there's a criminal case. Indie US, and that could also be big. Yeah. Absolutely..

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"preuss" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"preuss" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"No. What do you have a little man? Oh, it's beautiful wealthier and radio land. Cool. Very anxious because you know, I mean, the weather report, I don't know if I can even like, you know, frights up tomorrow because oh my God. All this. No, that's on the, you know, we might have to clean a, you know, a fraction of an inch Oldpark car. Oh my God. That's horrible. Will we do? You got to give you a clue before. Vendee? Here we go. Man. I know I know you're giving it to me don't give me a Preuss Quing steam thing, I would never do that the south side of Chicago is the bad is part of town. Say it again, the south side of Chicago is the bed is part of town. I just see Kogyo. We're bomber was raised. Yeah. But that's not the song. The south side of Chicago is the bad is it down? Oh my God. I have no idea do now. Chicago. I don't know. Let me just give it a shot. Let me just throw some out there beginnings by Chicago. No. My favorite Chicago song, actually. Thirty..

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"preuss" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"preuss" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Putting their hands in the air because the market's going up and down they act like the crime planner acts like that's the best thing for him. But is it really? And so we have something we call the financial check and balance system. Let's look at where you are with give you a legitimate nonbiased fiduciary point of view on where you are right now and tell you with certainty what we think's going to happen with that account in your plan as you go forward. And will make some suggestions and adjustments. If necessary or we'll give you the coach Peter Preuss sticker, which means your current planner. Did a great job. Chuck peace of mind how much is that worth? All it's it's it's unbelievably important, an I can tell you somebody who wants to keep working, but as of retirement age thinks he has enough in our bailiwick of finances. Still I want to maximize whatever I can do by listening to people. Let's get that forward-looking plan, and we call it a strategic development process of your one of the next twenty people call we'll do one just for you based on your numbers, just like mardi talked about a minute ago. And we'll make sure that you are on the right path for the right time of your life. Keep in mind, retirement, planning is all about looking at the road. You're on right now from a satellite point of view and telling you if you're on the right path to get to the destination. You think you're going to the worst thing is getting somewhere in realizing you're not what you're supposed to be you need that financial. It is important. We call it holding the gas can retirement you don't wanna be holding the gas looking for gas the red the yellow. Make sure that we have the right plan for the right to for life. And folks again, if you are one of the next twenty people call we'll review your tax returns done cover long-term tax issues like exist in your IRA's or capital, gains, taxes, even social security can affect your taxable. Tell you what you can do about it to make the right choices. Now, we're also gonna help you in your retirement income goal. Keep in mind that's money needed to cover the cost of enjoying your lifestyle. All the way through retirement when your retirement when your head hits the pillow, your face will.

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"preuss" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"preuss" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And the ESPN app user receiver KiKi is expected to play despite hamstring injury. He would be a big addition for Texans offense that will be without the injured Mary's Thomas and in primetime tonight. The Cowboys welcomed the Seahawks. Alabama Clemson college football playoff national championship. Preuss headed by AT and T coverage begins Monday at six thirty eastern on ESPN radio and on ESPN. Get to know our new morning show, weekdays at five on ESPN one thousand. Welcome to the sporting life with Jeremy. Over the next hour. It's wild card weekend and ESPN's Munich times joins to discuss one of the biggest enigmas in the NFL. Nick foles is a surprise. He is the black swan of quarterbacks like this is a sort of unprecedented situation because they don't have a plan for his future. But they're trying to win in the present. And it's very very confusing, then former Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy doesn't expect Nick saban's dynasty to end anytime soon pasture you had to replace debit coaches on the staff. No problem. They might be better this year than they've ever been. We've never seen this level of conflict would be to put an expiration date on it. And it's possible. But Jim stuck in a former all American at Clemson shares. His Tigers can dethrone the defending national champions. I've always felt that. And were the only teams. Compete without a thought everybody else was a step below. And that's because the athletic talent on teams. This is the sporting life on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Here's Jeremy shop. Welcome to another of the sporting life, Monday night, college football, crowns, a new champion. Although.

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"preuss" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"preuss" Discussed on WBSM 1420

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"preuss" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"preuss" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"The worst possible nightmare that the US hasn't made the two thousand eighteen World Cup only to realize it wasn't a tree. It was a reality. We had all stood infants about television screens in through constricted, disbelief as the seconds tick down, and then fathomable racket result when against us and the show shock Preuss arena could only what your squad flounder impotently around the field is that reality kicked in on October the eleventh it was. It was humbling. It was humiliating and it was in raging in equal measure, and the telling you really felt full on darkness on the edge of town plans. Hadn't just deprived themselves of the life experience of the glory of competing in the World Cup worth. They imperilled the very great of the came that we all love in the United States. I can't tell the how many panic doom Phil confident calls on in the week immediately following that game. I mean, common wisdom, ask the question, who's kind of watch your World Cup. Now if the US's and then it than the old gods in the Neo, we now know the answer to that question and the answer is pretty much everyone because World Cup two thousand eighteen. It turned out to be an intoxicating circus pay Vladimir Putin themed in which book nearing or Dacia, optimistic football when out and the American sports audience, specially the non soccer lovers. The soccer curious were freed of the sporting sort of Damocles the hung over our nation's imminent failure, and they became entrenched. So as we fought the good news. Is soccer's profile. It's never fell bigger than it does right now in America and by the way because of Luna law about life and experiencing that rebound from what at the base, it really did feel at the base of the atom Bolden stadium with Mexico and Canada. We love you, Mexico and Canada. The United States has won the right to host the two thousand twenty six. It gives the growth of the game and everyone that loves the game in the numerous Vert ramp of which to propel itself. We've got a whole new generation of telling young players like, oh, mates, jor sergeant, western McKinney, Tyler Adams who gifted hungry, willing. They've all come through together and they all dream about sharpening their skills through struggle..

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"preuss" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

The Fundamentalists

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"preuss" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

"Because it is you're literal life's work to to kind of do something that is that many evolutionary psychologists would scoff at and they would go, oh, this is this is all this sort of philosophy. It's all like in your head, it's all like oats because of this. Whereas really it's about like facts and it's about dad and. Is it because you feel that the evolutionary psychologists who does that who like leaned so heavily, you say this, but I have to keep coming back. I'm a big. I did my PHD in philosophy. I am in the FOX like my my issue with some of these popularized is that they don't go far enough in the in the science on in the best we need a logic, yes, the science and the logic of psychoanalysis, I guess, is is where I do still struggle with. I struggle with the like inability to quantify all of it and to show it to see it and feel it. And I know that's a product of like being told that that's the only way to interpret like the world, but it is difficult to be like what I understand you're saying, because I know enough about volition, especially when learning about it that it is like things point to like everything points to the gap. And I understand I get that part like I like if enough, it's like the way I imagine it is like there's enough like it's like if every case of therapy or or actual psychoanalysis every subject Preuss in some way. These like unconscious things that Freud talked about early Kanner, whatever. If each finger pointed toward. The word psychoanalysis, the shape that that would make by all the fingers would be what cycles looks like that you would never know. It looks like it's just caused by people wanting a. Yeah, I think so. I think, well, that's how I'm imagining visuals in my head probably doesn't make any sense. Are you saying that in in a way like the the, the unconscious, which is the object of study and analysis, they the the, the unconscious yet you don't see it, but it's things band or rind. Exactly. Yeah. It's how the shape of all the people going all the cases, all instances it both in your own personal life and another's where it's like this. There is validity to this and that I can get behind, but it's very. But there is also a, I mean, we can't do it. Here is very complex, but we touched on the other day, which is there is a very clear potentially wrong. I love this be as clear as possible so that it can be disproved. But a clear argument for high self-consciousness beans of language arose and the. Yeah. Yeah, I wanna get into. Yeah. Okay. That's what we get then. Okay. Because dots the difference is that that it's, it's purely sane right. That unsteady of thinking of like the Brian evolves and gets more complex on, then either self-consciousness arrives arises because it's a, it's a type of defect remediation that is adoptable that is useful for survival, right? So maybe on star to have a primitive language on not helps them communicate, which helps them survive environmental dangers. And so this this gradual process, right. And you agree with that? No. Okay. No, no. I'm just lining the position of the. Yeah, yeah. So there's this gradual on evolution. So there's that story on you're probably because I always liked to try steal Magno. You tried to explain you have to expand the opposition in a way that they? Yes, that's what I believe. Yes. But if they if they don't see themselves, nothing you've got. I definitely I'm definitely with you so far. So you were steel manning. Yeah. So there's not arguments. But the other alternative without giving the working night is to say that actually self-consciousness wasn't this kind of like adoptive. Dimension this abbey phenomenon that was useful for survival. Whatever is actually what happened was. There was a a type of complexity in the Brienne that led to chaos on our rupture of evolution like a like a a psych psychosis at led to psychosis and the Brian got sue of old and so complex that self conscious that that individuality started to arise. But it was su- fragmented it was. It was basically like radical schizophrenia. In order to manage that on actually to put a lid on to domestic it, social contract law onnell's hot..

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"preuss" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"preuss" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"I'm like, I don't want to one, but Jonah Rosa has it's interesting and it's cool. And then when we talk about dessert have maybe your favorite place because you made us go back to it was Molnar 's in Budapest. They have something called a chimney cake, which is basically baked dough around like a ceramic or some type of circular colander thing. And they bake it in the put flavors. I like cinnamon or chocolate or vanilla almond all these flavors. They're all over the city. There is little stands everywhere. We got one from a little stand. It wasn't that good. It wasn't as good at. I mean, it was good. It wasn't as good as this spot Molnar is which is kissed. Kissed, I know if it's the original, but it's the one that's known around for it was better than the other ones. And it's definitely the best if you get it fresh because when we went the one time it was fresh. And then we went a second time at the very end of the night and they weren't making fresh ones anymore. It was still good. It wasn't as good. So make sure you're going when it's like a time, they're still making them. You gotta get the chimney cake. I'm not even going to pretend to pronounce try to pronounce what it is in Hungarian. But Heather will tell you if you get the chimney cake, don't go for the chocolate. Don't go for the walnuts. Don't just get the cinnamon is the back because I tried all these other ones, and I was always disappointed when I thought I should have just got the cinnamon, then she'd have the cinnamon one. She wouldn't wanna share. Well, I did share you did share eventually, so Molnar get a chimney Cape would go to more noise that's like the institution there. All right. Now we're going to get into the drinking in Budapest because between the amount of beer and the amount of coffee and the quality of beer and coffee, you've got some absolutely. Incredible options. So let's kick it off. We're gonna talk about beer, and both of us were able to have a very good time sampling some of the craft beer and also one of the newer style macro, Bruce, I guess you'd call it. So we didn't really good time drinking in Budapest, and the probably the best place who, and especially with craft Preuss was the first craft beer and barbecue. I-. Taproom outdoor Townley your gardening, like an outdoor beer garden and we hit this up. I think it was maybe the second day we were there was kind of our first day out exploring, and it was a beautiful day. It's right next to the river, and we had a burger. We had some beer and we just sat there and hung out and did some people watching it was very relaxing interested enough. We were trying to find the Jonas craft beer bar. That's what we have put into Google maps. So we went and we thought we were at the Jonas craft beer bar. It's right next to this. I craft beer. Bar and we sat down, we had a, we had a burger. As you mentioned on the banks of the Danube and the best beer we had, the whole trip was the first craft brewing tropical, and we had it their only later did we find out when we left that we were at the first craft brewing not app years, not showing us, which is right next door. So we went back to Jonas of course as well. Yeah, and Jonas had a lot of beers. They had a lot of different kinds of beers. We did like to be better at the first craft beers, especially because they had that tropical IP which was really yummy and juicy and refreshing. So did enjoy a little bit more, but they're literally next to each other. So you can hit up both. We got burgers at both places. They were deliberate little spots on the Danube right in district. Nine, you can't go wrong at either place. You could go right between them again. It's all out the receding and you wouldn't even know which one you were at if you didn't ask. So hit them both up while you're there. If you're looking for. Less of a hipster craft beer vibe because this is certainly that and you're looking more for a good communist era bar with nice outdoor seating. We recommend hitting up Ebola espressos. So it's called Espresso that does not mean that you go there to coffee bar. It's a bar..

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"preuss" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"preuss" Discussed on Venture Stories

"But it's really a range of options in that foursquare can support apps built on phone where other people can build their own competitors to it as well. So cool as it transition may be too all and you were mentioning how they're layer to on top of foam? Tough a little bit about how you could see your products intersecting our products like that intersecting may. Maybe you could jump champion show layer to just abstractly just in that foam, we wound up provide ways to just in code location logic into smart contracts, ways to visualize those pools on ultimately these location verifications. But before we even get to that, like for example, l. thea is based on this is p. mesh net protocol. So those contracts, we need to reference some sort of location so they could use these kind of standards. They might have some front. Tool for the node operators to look at the network so that this visual blockchain explorer can be integrated into that up. And then finally, if we have these like time synchronization, protocols could really help with their network routing that's even further out. So just trying to stress low, he really see foam as horizontal protocol is has many ways to be hooked into. Yes. That's a good phone. So just just give you went up yet network. Looks like this is long range. Usually long-range wifi antennas will like little dishes or cellphone towers on houses. He's connected into a network and that delivers ice fillers, internet people's houses. So in terms of like how that could work with phone. The first thing that came to mind I started talking to Ryan about it was if they're going to provide Preuss location that inherently involves a proof of a proof of time as well. And so we could actually make a routing protocols a lot more efficient. If individual notes have a proof of like a solid global time because then they can more reliably estimate how long it takes for packet to get somewhere in use that to route the packs more efficiently. Another place though is right now we're, we're focused on on fixed broadband which is which is like delivering internet, two houses, buildings and stuff..

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