35 Burst results for "Qna"

Anne C. Klein On Finding Wholeness In The Dzogchen Path

The Wisdom Podcast

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Anne C. Klein On Finding Wholeness In The Dzogchen Path

"I thought we'd start with this book since it is one of my favorites and i'm very interested in the origins of this book. How did this come about. It's a sweet memory. So thank you for allowing me to recall it so kids in salvador impact. Shay was a junction master. Although that was pretty much a hidden fact about him for most of his life. Most people didn't really know that he was known for his scholarly writing his multi twelve thirteen volumes biographical histories of tibet in in tibetan. So i met him and really have been his students since the early seventies and in the nineties he let us know that he had written a book on soak chen the only one to my knowledge that he has written and in nineteen ninety six. We invited him to the states as we did as much as we could and That time we're in california and he gave a retreat on that text. Which is the first time. That i had ever heard it. And it was a requirement. This really was very closely held retreat for people who had completed intro and he gave wonderful wonderful. Qna during it which is also in the book so the book translates the actual tax and thankfully to snow lion and shumba the tibetan text in which actually delayed the book for a year just to get it. It's it's on facing pages with the english translation and so there was just so much you know holding around. The texted didn't even occur to me for many years to ask if woody like it translated. Might i translate it. And he agreed. And then as i got into it and realized how important the oral commentary was asked would could that be included. He said yes.

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"qna" Discussed on A Tone Meant For Me

A Tone Meant For Me

05:31 min | Last month

"qna" Discussed on A Tone Meant For Me

"You could change anything about the way you were raised. Oh you start. I don't think i wouldn't want to. I wouldn't be metoo if you took anyone part of it away you will you. That's true. I mean about the way i was raised in general or like things happening to me. What's the difference. I just figure as means like the situation now. I wouldn't change as w what do you drugs. I keep it keep it keep it. Oh we're skipping that we're definitely giving that's two. That's if you're gonna wake up tomorrow having gained any one quality or ability what would it be his dog to make a joke right. News is it is it. You want to have a bigger dick know. What would you change ability. You can do but fly flying file again. Eagle you know. Do the was into. I want the ability to guess. How much gluten is gluten free thing. That's cool that can help a lot of people. Yeah i would like to be able to speak another language. Oh which one. I would like to be able to speak another language or languages might not stop just one sentence at one quality. Okay one quality. I would ed. What can back off that. Say i would like to speak french. Okay yeah because i speak french i would like to speak more french. Because my mom's i canadian fucking hilarious in french. The full capacity of words to embody them things about to say. Is there something that you've dreamed of doing for a long time. Why haven't you done it. Oh god this is going to go into existential shit rate. Yeah what about you don. I'm just always gonna for nothing. Nothing doomed of doing for a long time won't pay them a house. You painting your house did that. What am i doing about it of paying mouse on paying in the house my house. Where are you from a down. I would like to have my own show. Learn secrets of life. Learn secrets look. I like to have my own show. They'd be like my own like onstage. Righty righty show like a crown or dog. Show the gong show. I want to be the eric andrea drag a picture. You with like i Carol for that with the current dress. S you eating to remake. The kurt dress extra day i want. I've been working on the design of that for the past year. What amazing done you know what style so. Like salt shakers onto it fully glitter. When you walk it just leaves tree limbs any got. Okay tell me. Later is another upset. What is the greatest accomplishment of your life. Living not dying is an accomplishment. I mean yeah i mean. Israel's approve of it. Just like nadia way. There's a lot of people who die overcome a lot to live. that's her yeah. I mean i i i think i would say one of my. Grievous accomplishments was like oh drugstore. I think that's what a call. Don't even go there. I do dot dot kleenex. they're not on the kleenex. let's just say competing in a winning Understanding gosh you're so like i strange questions i like. I know there are certain. Greatest 'save for everything. He's actually just formatting sentence a layer. Aba both yeah accomplishment. In my life. I life. I've been able to use doing so many coming out of filipino. It would be my greatest accomplishment so proud of you for that. Thank you thank you. I'm really really glad of all this. I mean it was very obvious from the beginning. But i'm going to start to realize your credit score wasn't good and police were just staring at you as you walked around like get personally attacked. Now i'm going to leave my greatest accomplishment in life. No i'm t t always redone it. Just it kind just stopped immediately.

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CompTIA Security+ SY0601 update. Everything you need to know

Cyber Work

04:36 min | Last month

CompTIA Security+ SY0601 update. Everything you need to know

"We are excited to have patrick lane today. Patrick is the director of products at compton. And we've done a few webinars with him in the past he always does a great job providing us updates on come tears certifications so excited to have you back patrick A little bit about his background. He directs the it workforce skills certifications come to you including security plus pen test plus c y plus and casper plus he assisted the us national cyber security alliance also known as the ncsa to create the lockdown. You're logging campaign to promote multi factor. Authentication nationwide us also implemented a wide variety of it projects including an internet and help desk for eleven thousand end users. Patrick is an armed forces. Communications electronics association lifetime member born and raised on us military bases and has authored and co authored multiple books including hack proofing lennox a guide to open source security so a fantastic guests with us today. I'm excited to pass it off to patrick here in just a moment after we review the agenda so today we will touch on what is security plus Patrick talk about the baseline cybersecurity skills. The job roles and growth indicators. We'll talk about the differences between s wise zero six zero one versus the five. Oh one and kind of some of the updates. There will talk about the exam details and then as mentioned i will pass it off to patrick for questions. So feel free to submit those questions using the qna panel At anytime so with that I'm going to go ahead and give give the control over to patrick here to get us started. Thank you everyone. My name is patrick lane. And as thank you for introducing me. I'm the product manager for competition cybersecurity certifications as a director. I work a lot with the industry and within comp tia in to ensure that our exams are meeting the needs of the industry security plus as one of our largest certifications of all comp. Tia in fact. It's our number one certification and so one of the reasons why people are coming to security plus is because of the skills that it offers and the fact that employers are hiring people who have security plus social security plus will help you get a job in it and cybersecurity so when we look at the certification we have to remember that security plus as an entry level certification exam it was released in two thousand two and it's updated every three years it assesses the baseline or core technical skills required to secure networks software hardware devices essentially it teaches you the basics to securing anything that's attached to a network or the internet. It's a broad range of cybersecurity skills as you can imagine. A any skills are used for high performance on the job so people are coming to take security plus because it proves that they can do the job and employers will know that they could get the job done so the it certification in general is very valuable also security plus appears nearly ten percent of all job ads in the united states and right now sixteen percent of the entire workforce has security plus and we have millions of people who have taken our commttiee exams around the globe. In the last three years. There have been a lot of changes in cybersecurity. Probably all aware of the industry continues to grow their continued to be more jobs available. There continued to be not enough people to fill those jobs and in fact in some cases employers are looking to icy certifications employers are looking to it certifications in lieu of a college degree. Four jobs. That are hard to hire for. They would rather hire someone with the bachelor degree and assert if they could but in this day and age or enough phenomenal time of human history.

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Spotify to test paid podcast subscriptions this spring via new Anchor feature

Daily Tech News Show

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Spotify to test paid podcast subscriptions this spring via new Anchor feature

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OA464: Impeachment 2 Secret of the Ooze

Opening Arguments

03:27 min | 2 months ago

OA464: Impeachment 2 Secret of the Ooze

"From a podcast. Hello and welcome to opening arguments. This is episode. Four hundred and sixty four. I'm thomas and that is andrew. How are you sir. I am prepared to go forward with it. I am here. Live and i am not a cat. And we got that posted at us a few times a few. Yes we saw it. You can sending it to us now. That was funny. Let's go oh man. We got some not only a great episode today. Andrew trump free episode on tuesday. Yeah somebody said this. I think during one of our qna's orbits basically like hey you know trump's no longer in office so we can we look forward to things that aren't you know that don't even remotely deal with donald trump and absolutely so i'm going to bring you. The story of how one union is trying to unionize the second largest employer in the united states that has been entirely union free for its entire history despite the fact that Internationally all of its employees are unionized. So super cool story. I'm really really excited. I did a lot of work on it. You'll learn about the national labor relations act it is a classic away style deep dive and And i can't wait to bring that to you. Yeah we just the problem is we gotta clean. All the trump off the ceilings in the kravis. You know there's a lot of trump we got just got. There's a lot to deal with and then eventually once we scrub all that out. We won't have trump anymore and stuff. Hopefully maybe murkowski thinks that. There's no reason trump whatever be elected again andrew. So i think we're fine. We don't need to do anything else. Yeah was learned zero lessons from the past. Five years checked. I i you know. At least it is susan collins saying yeah i i think he's chastened and has learned his lesson. Yeah i wonder if susan collins was like man. she's really creeping in on my lane. I gotta find countless something even more historically ignorant to say well anyway trump fee tuesday. I can't wait what's going on. I forty five this week. We broke down the initial brief that was filed by Donald trump and talked about Where we thought that might go on. Tuesday which kind of turned out to be correct and So if you would like to hear me making fun of the trump legal teams unbelievably terrible arguments on the process then guinot go ahead listened to To this week's off forty five. What's what's up at us. I l i had a very special. Someone rescheduled so but that upsets rate next week. But i'll take this opportunity to say Checkout philosophers in space doing. I think we're on qna's this was a little weird because we do the patrons or few weeks ahead but anyway it's a fun show philosophy fun hypotheticals all that stuff. Check it out. I really do love that show. It is it is so much fun. It is very different than a lot of what we do here and And that's part of what's great about it. Thanks very much. We've got to get going. There's too much andrews too much to talk about. We're going to try to come here. We go. Joe biden will become the forty.

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An Apple Ad-pocalypse For Everyone?

Techmeme Ride Home

05:57 min | 2 months ago

An Apple Ad-pocalypse For Everyone?

"You know about those changes to ad tracking that apple is going to flip the switch on on ios. Soon you know how facebook has said this will hurt small businesses and also them quite directly. They've also admitted. Well as this ad pacalypse creeps ever closer. There is increasing chatter about how big this move might actually be for basically everyone let me hit some of the most recent takes for you i. What prompted me to lead with this. Today is that in their earnings last night. Snap had to warn that. The coming changes by apple to idea a could have a materially adverse effect on their business and it wasn't just snap either unity also came out and said idea changes will hit the pocketbooks of all mobile game developers quoting cnbc. Unity software said in its earnings report. That the changes will affect the way mobile game developers get and quote how they optimize lifetime. Customer value and quote although it's difficult to estimate our guidance assumes idea changes begin in the spring and will reduce revenue by thirty million dollars or three percent of revenue in two thousand twenty one. The company wrote in prepared remarks for its q. Four earnings report snap chief financial officer derek. Anderson said the apple changes would present a risk of interruption to demand after their implemented quote. It is not clear yet. What the longer term impact of those changes may be for the top line momentum of our business and this may not be clear until several months or more after the changes are implemented. He said quote so coincident with that. I know that this is long. Reads day but i encourage you to check out ben. Thompson's free article from strategically this week because it is the most sober and i opening look at this situation that i've seen anywhere thompson did a qna with mobile marketing analyst. Eric su firt and he had some interesting things to say about. Apple's true motivations and all of this and how these changes could ripple out to affect not only game developers but things like chiappa fi and the smaller businesses on that platform. I highly highly recommend. You read the whole thing. But i'm going to quote two parts for you first up. This is ben quote the thing that is always kind of weird to me about this. Is i think people underestimate and frankly i think apple underestimates the degree to which apple's growth in services revenue growth in. The app store is because of facebook and that facebook and apple have had this very symbiotic relationship. facebook has done. All of apple's dirty work and apple has harvested thirty percent on the back end just by virtue of owning the app store. The question i have is. Is it possible. That apple is shooting themselves in the foot here and their services revenue actually takes a meaningful hit because they've destroyed the engine driving it and they didn't even realize it because they actually didn't understand facebook's role in this and then this is eric's answer quote. I don't think so. I think apple very much recognizes the role that it plays in the app ecosystem which is the distribution engine for apps. And i think that's what apple doesn't like. I think apple sees that the app store has basically become irrelevant as a point of content discovery. It's basically this kind of frictional annoying moment between clicking an ad and installing an app almost all discovery happens via ads or word of mouth. And i think what apple is doing in this in recognizing the power that facebook has in terms of influencing which apps become big which apps are popular. How people are using their iphones. Essentially in recognizing that apple is trying to regain control of that because if apple cripples advertising which is doing mobile advertising this is all happening within the context of all this stuff. That's happening on the browser which we don't need to go down that rabbit hole but apple has been the instigator of all of that too if apple cripples mobile advertising than the app store becomes the primary discovery point for apps again and apple decides how people use our iphones apple decides which are the most popular. And by the way. That's a position that apple used to occupy twenty twelve twenty. Thirteen apple was kingmaker. If you've got featured your company valuation might increase by one hundred million dollars it was really important to make that pilgrimage to apple. Go to cupertino and beg for featuring please feature as please give us the headline featuring because that would make such a big difference to our company then in that way apple got to influence. What kind of apps made and how you made them. So my sense here is that apple wants to regain that control and quote and then from further down in the piece. This is ben again. The great thing from google's perspective is they get to copy everything. Apple does which completely benefits them because apple wants to kill cookies. Google's like that's fine. We have the browser. We have the app store and we're justified in doing blatantly anti-competitive things because we're just copying apple. The apple. google duopoly is really ruling. Everything and this is eric's response. Yeah google silence on this issue has been really intriguing. Because i think they've got to feel like a little bit stuck. It's like well okay. We're going to slow copy apple on any privacy initiative. It does because we don't want to allow apple to create a competitive advantage around being seen as the privacy centric mobile platform but at the same time they run an ad network so day can't come out and demonize targeted advertising. Because well that's how they make some substantial portion of their money. Ben interjects here. They're being sued for antitrust. And this is so blatantly. Anti-competitive and eric responds right exactly. They've got a fine line to walk. And i think they've you to a very shrewd approach. Which just like you said. Kind of copy. What apple is doing but doing it in a way that is not a full manifestation of that and quote again read. The whole thing cannot recommend it highly enough are we all of us in the tech ecosystem facing an ad pacalypse

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Lessons We Learned From Launching And Growing Our Membership Site

The Email Marketing Show

09:53 min | 2 months ago

Lessons We Learned From Launching And Growing Our Membership Site

"If you're thinking about launching a membership site or you're going to launch memberships. I in in the next few months don't like spent months building. The whole thing is trying to get it just right instead. Just put the bad bones together in fact you could get away with just having a sales page somebody that takes into a thank you patient. It's great we're going to send you the fuss content next couple of days literally have it not bad boon's and then just test the concept use email to saw driving people to that so many people like delay getting the proof of concept finding out whether people will actually pay for this thing and making sales because that busy still building the membership. I'm still building. We've got loads of friends. Who are in that phase arm still building. It and i'm like come on mate sell it to somebody. Let's find out the actually wanted the likely where you're selling it. Let's find out and just be honest by the way. Don't be dishonest. Don't be like. Hey this is the best super duper membership ever be like. Hey we're launching this. They've this website this new this new membership. It's going to be launching on day. Which is in like two weeks time but if you get in before that poverty email promotion angle. Is you getting a discount. You're getting in i. You're part of the founding membership so get in now so that's a really good lesson. Give yourself a week to get as much as you can gather be honest and the marketing be honest in advertising and get it launch. Then once you've got some cash in and you know people are going to like it you get in touch with those people and help them help them to help you shop the content so yes it does not have to be finished three days to launch as the first one the second lesson we learned was really about when a new member joins your membership. You can use email to give them a really good slightly custom not not massively customized but a customized experience so that you sign post each individual person to the content within your membership is going to help them the most depending on the needs in that situation so the big challenge a membership is for example as soon as you log into the leak. All league members will be completely agree with us. There is a lot of stuff in that. There are like twelve or thirteen complete email campaigns in there and they are beasts that allows us to read through that. Then there's like a whole bunch of training videos and then there's all the qna sessions and then all of the the the the the guest trainings. There's a lot of content so expecting to somebody come in and figuring out where everything is and what's relevant to them right now is too much of an ask so what we do instead. Is we ask people on entry wherever you are what you focus right now and then we put them through an email campaign an automatic email campaign which up once and it's been running for months now which guides them through every few days. Hey rob since your focus is on building. Email list right now. Have you checked out this particular trainer. All hey sarah you your you said that your membership. Here's an email campaign. That's that's really good for selling membership sites and we use it to sell ours. So just drip-feeding that automation signpost and people to different content by just having three four five maybe six tops different automations to help people depending on what the needs. All right now. Means they get results foster. They stick around for longer and they're much happier members. Yeah and you know what it doesn't have to be massively. Complicated can be quite straightforward. You just need to be able to figure out which path by going to go down. Put down that. And don't over sally because a lot of the time actually know people in that. They don't need a million emails to tell them what to do. One of the lessons that we have learned along the ways actually our our on boarding secrets. Initiative was a bit too heavy. We went a bit too hard. Said whoa. I just need a little bit more time between those emails soccer energy. Go and do that thing on my schedule just because you sent some email today saying look at this thing they might flag on so i'll have check that out tomorrow and then tomorrow remailing about something else so just realized that actually sometimes more as long as it's there and it's pushing them in the right direction. Yup you put the problem. You've got there if you end with three days of still that you haven't checked out yet you might think i haven't got time to consume all this stuff and the membership. Which is something. We've heard a lot because there's a lot of stuff in the league so space on those out. What's spacing out right. Now ron to give some people give everyone a little. Bit of more of an idea have we. I think don't down to every third day. I think is what we've done when they got an email pretty much move into the next segment of the campaign at some point when we have to re signed we'll actually teach our on boarding process inside of the league binding. Yeah we wanted to a bit more data because we only teach that we know absolutely smashes it okay. So that's the first two. Also third lesson this of launching the league rob so one of the things i think a lot of people are guilty of we definitely were back in the day is using email as china can new once. Sunday's joined so once. Somebody's a member on that. Paying you every month you use email to notify them about the stuff that's coming up so maybe you've got a live training or a guest workshop or something else and you email and say hey. Don't forget the things on friday. Here's the details and his link see of that and it's very much. Education bats the equivalent of facebook emailing to tell you that somebody's just tag coast poked. I'll email you say. Oh johnny's just poked you. Thanks let it looks a law. Thank you johnny. And so instead what we wanna do is one realize that every mocked every communication that you have we members after they joined is a marketing communication. It's a sales communication and so that means the treated like one through the woods if you think about our approach to solve daily email which. I'm sure you're talking about. One of our frameworks is to take a story and a lesson on an offer. Will you can do that. When you're telling your members about this goofing that's upcoming because it makes your emails stickier. It makes them more interesting than just. There's a thing on friday. If you've got a new thing every day we'll people are gonna get used to the fact that something every friday. They're not really gonna pay that much attention to those emails whereas if the emails offline an interesting in educational and attending in that room right then. That's going to help you along way. So when we send the emails to all members about stuff that's coming up. We don't just say there's a thing on this day about new trainings now inside the membury instead. We'll tell them a story will pull something out of the training. We'll talk about how we met the person doing the trading. If it suggest we'll talk about one of the questions. We answered on the training last night so every time we do it you can pull out something that could be story lesson offer. It could be any other frameworks from the daily email strategy. Basically how about stuff. You're gonna share it on again. Make your emails more interesting effectively. Imagine that you are using those emails to sell it to people who aren't already membership in a second but imagine marketing to your members. Imagine your members to pay to come in at ten bucks. Email should be not good that they would want to go and do it so tree every email communication to you're paying them this like it's trying to resell them which it is remember really is is trying to resell them. Bring us nice and smoothly onto episode episode onto number four point number four which is about every single week or every single month you are almost certainly creating and releasing new content to your members and the great news. Is that is giving you brand new angles. Brand-new stopped talk about to your email list of non-members. So let's say we've just dropped a new training. Which has about how to make sure that you'll grow your list with maximum profitability at one of our of our of our battle plans inside of inside the league so they'll be emails around how it's important to on november saying it's really important to me. She don't run out of money when you grow your email list. Good news is that's one of the things that's dropped inside of our membership. The league come and join the league so you sell. You'll membership based on the content of the membership individual pieces of content. And that means people can go. I'm really interested in that thing because you people are looking for a reason joyal membership and it might just happen to be something you release this week this month or this quarter is the very thing that holds them over that thing so whatever your content is that you're releasing makes you use that as the basis to sell non-members into your membership very cool and again it. Just it just gives you a this unstoppable run of content because you can pull several. Emails are of each and every one the fifth lesson that we learned is that we need to have a series of different promotional campaigns to sell the membership from different angles. So obviously we do day to day my marketing what we call us noble emails. That's like a podcast episode in itself but like just you know ate today emails but also we run these campaigns which have a beginning middle and end like over the course of three days or four days or seven days or ten days. We'll send people to bits of content. Which then linked to a sales offer which then have a bonus or something something cool to hook people in and we know that different people different things appeal to different people and therefore we wanna give people a vast array of different reasons to pay attention to us so sometimes we have campaign which is all email lead and it's just designed to help people what the league is but then they will buy from that will the next campaign might send them to a free video where they go. Watch the free video. That's some education in and if they go march that free video than we put them down a different route so we want to make sure that we're on the you know. Sometimes we might do a free challenge. People enrolled in this five day free challenge. We share a bunch of stuff at the end. We can sell the so. We want to make sure we got a whole bunch of different ways to wrap up the league so that people can see it differently they can understand it differently and it allows them everybody at some point to have seen heard the binny's to see or hear in order to make the decision that that going to actually

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[TEST] OA461: SO MUCH WINNING!

Opening Arguments

02:47 min | 2 months ago

[TEST] OA461: SO MUCH WINNING!

"Arguments. This is episode. Four sixty one. I'm thomas that's andrew. How you doing sir. I'm fantastic thomas. how're you. I am not tired of winning. Well i thought we were gonna get so tired of women. Yeah well no not not not under biden. Never tired of it well. I'm just tired of general tiring time but winning is not one of the things making me tired. That's the the opposite. In fact let the record reflect. The thomas is not tired of winning it. All we're going to talk about some wins. I think today right. We are Love it. I love winds also before we get this show started What is latinos for trump. Oh my gosh okay so like a dozen of you have sent me this lawsuit. It is an and again. I'm grading on a curve. Here i have read a dozen. Sit me powell. Cracking how much can align curve like. You're you're grading on a circle. Words do not do justice of how insane this lawsuit is. We are aware of it. It is definitely going to be either a fun tuesday. Like let's let's breakdown would like lawyers lose their minds lake at right stuff anyway Or we might do it for a lot off respect but in any event like i promise you i promise you i promise you listeners. We we have seen this lawsuit and we have gloried in. It can't wait for that other quick announcements we have back to back q. And a.'s coming out you real soon hughes day. Hewson as the plenty of cues to a. Don't worry plenty of cues. We've got the one on tuesday. I might be when you're hearing this depending on your Your patrons status but we've got one on tuesday. That's the normal monthly qna. That's tuesday at three pacific six eastern. Make sure to hop onto the youtube channel. And join us for that. There is so much talk about so much in fact that we've got another which is what was the last time last episode. Our new weekly cuna app. So if you want to check that out make sure you hop on that stereo up follow at torres and at serious pod and just you'll see the event that we have scheduled every tuesday hop on there so much fun. Don't worry we will not run out of questions. In fact i think in our normal monthly kyun as we get through like twenty percent of the question. So i was gonna i was gonna say third but i am so can't wait. Those are both going to be so much fun and having said that i think We get to start the show now. Announcement

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Five ways to promote a brand new podcast

Podcasting Q&A

03:43 min | 2 months ago

Five ways to promote a brand new podcast

"In today's episode you'll learn how to promote a brand new podcast welcome to the podcast and q. And learned the best tips and strategies to launch. Grow and monetize your show. This week's question comes from jack. This is jack dying. The creator of the reading with jack and i have a question. How can promote my brand new podcast. Thank you and have a good day. Thank you so much for your question jack. When you first launch podcast promotion is just as important as recording and releasing that content so on this episode. We're going to discuss five strategies for promoting a brand new podcast strategy number one. You want to make sure that your findable being findable means that you've submitted your podcast. A podcast directories apple podcasts. Spotify google podcasts. Amazon music or some of the major players in the podcast listening game. Right now sitting podcast directories is key because people listened across all different types of apps so if fifty percent of your audience has an iphone which means listening on apple podcasts. And you've only submitted your podcast to apple podcasts. The other fifty percent of your audience that listens on a bunch of different apps as being left out to dry. They can't find you even if they want to entrust me they really want to strategy number two may trailer trailer. Episodes are really really helpful. Because before you launch into a full-blown episode you can have a trailer available for listeners. Potential listeners to check out the podcast and get a small feel for what it's going to be about two is also really helpful. Because with podcast directories you need at least one live episode to submit to them. When you have a trailer in place you can submit that trailer. Podcasts available across all listening apps and it's available once you launch into a full blown episode. If you want to learn more about creating podcast trailers check out the link below. Its previous podcast. Qna episode that we did about creating a great podcast trailer strategy number three. Ask your listener to rate review and subscribe to your podcast subscribing to. The podcast is really important because that means that the listener automatically get new episodes that you release therefore folding them into your audience ratings reviews are really important because they act as social proof. So if i'm checking on new podcast. I'm going to look at the ratings reviews to see what people are saying about it. What are they like about it. What do they not like about it. And if you've got good ratings and good reviews. People are more likely to download an episode. And listen so places where you can ask for. These ratings and reviews would be apple podcasts and pod chaser strategy number four you really wanna leverage your social media presence this is really important because if you launched a new podcast But you're not sharing about on social media only the people that have already subscribed to your podcast that you've put out a new episode which may not be a lot of people as you're starting out but if you're connected to five hundred people on facebook and then another twelve hundred people on instagram. Those are potential listeners. So you wanna share your podcast the link to it and audio graham tweet some piece of the podcast in your content on your social media platforms. The people that are connected to can no. This is a new podcast. I want to check it out. What was that quote. That was really. Let me go. Listen to the whole episode. These are potential listeners that you're connected to and so leveraging your social media presence and platform is a really good way to promote a new podcast strategy number five. Ask your podcast guests to share their episode. So if you are a podcast that has guests on. You can ask that. Guess to share this episode with their listeners their followers or their fan base likewise if you are guests on someone's podcast you can simply ask the host if you can drop the name of your podcasts. Or if they could link your podcast in the show notes or descriptions this is key because it gives you access to a group of potential listeners that you may not have come across or connected with just yet and thereby you get to grow your audience. Thank you so much for sending us your question

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Im a travel blogger. How do I pivot my business during COVID?

The $100 MBA Show

06:45 min | 3 months ago

Im a travel blogger. How do I pivot my business during COVID?

"The travel industry has taken a major hit because of covid nineteen and today's listener. Today's qna wednesday question from jim is spot on. How do you pivot. How do you change how to make something happen. When you took such a blow. I recognize the truth of the matter. The truth of the matter is because of covid. people can't travel or at least depending on the country. You're on the can't travel easily or safely. This is a suction we all say to ourselves. But it's partly true. Can't travel maybe internationally but people can do some traveling like a road trip even if you're in a country like australia where they really are super super strict when it comes to the covert restrictions where the close the borders between states like. You can't leave the for example. New south wales which is a stash rilya when there are a few cases pop up. You know the borders get close but you can travel within new south wales. So let's just define the problem. You can't travel internationally. travel blogger. the world's your choice ter- and there's so much material out there but this is an opportunity for you to create a different stream of income a different Chapter in your business career. Local travel road trips exploring. What's in your backyard. And of course you could start with your own local area but just because you can't go somewhere. Let's say for example. You can't go to australia and Help people in their local area to do some local travel you can curate some content curate. Some ideas from other videos other blogs and serve your audience for example in new south wales in australia. You can go to beaches. You can go to the blue mountains. You can go skiing. In the winter. In kosciusko mountain you can go to byron bay which is scored like a yoga hippie. Beachie vibe you can go. There's so many options within the state and people are hungry for break right so this is another option. Just kind of pivoting your business. Creating maybe books guys videos courses live. Coaching calls summits events where you help people or guide them to travel. Locally is easy for us to focus on problems and not think about. What can i do rather than i can't do. So yes you can't travel internationally but you can locally or you can help people travel locally another thing that comes to mind when it comes to travel blogging. It's like hey. I usually do. Exotic locations like how to go to vietnam for two weeks under three thousand dollars or backpacking around europe. And these are not really options anymore for your target audience. Yes they can't travel now but any of these trips will require planning and planning can be done anywhere. For example nicole took eight weeks and did a bit of traveling in europe and that trip took about nine months. The plan we did with some friends of ours. Jason and carolina zuck with a lot of fun. But there's a lot of coordination especially you want to many countries the different modes of transport. Those flying this train. There's renting cars there's accommodations their sites. They wanna see in each city. There's downtime there's beaches there You wanna shop so it takes time to plan a trip like that and for most people. They're not going to go on a trip. Like i gotta go to europe every day or go to vietnam every day or go to costa rica so they want to make the most and planning is a part of that and in my opinion planning is a big part of the fun of going on a big epic journey. A big trip is a travel blogger. You can really hone in on the planning part the preparation part of actual travel. And that's from the bag of tricks. Of rick steves He really focuses on the planning. You can do the same and you can even do A little bit of a niche thing like budget or luxury and you can even just down a little bit and either do luxury travel or budget travel or to travel in a big group that type of thing and this is actually a good time to do it because you know people are starting to see. Hey maybe we are on the other side of cova. The vaccine is how maybe in six seven nine months. It's possible to travel somewhere. Maybe in a year and that's just enough time to get the planning going to have everything sorted out so when you can't travel it's all planned out. You're all set. You're all excited. You're all packed and you're ready to go so planning is a big part of that so maybe spend some time focusing on that on your block. What to pack Luggage what to buy beforehand. What about travel insurance. These are all ways for you to really have revenue streams where you can do amazon associates and get commissioned when you recommend certain products items. I always say when it's downtime in your business for example in the software world and the bbc world december january notorious for being slow. So when it's slow when you're having a downtime it's a great time for you invest in content. So if right now things are a little slow in your travel blog. This a chance for you to really invest the time in building a youtube channel in writing a book on your travels and why you should travel or where you should travel to travel guides because it's going to take some time for you to create this content publish it put on the world market and by time it's all set and done people will start thinking about traveling again and it's an asset that you can use forever. It's not like you write a book and you only can sell it tomorrow. You could sell it for years to come. and of course it's trout guide. You can use as a basis to sir. Updating it year after year the other day our team at women ninja were running. Some webinars get. We like to use their own software and one of our team members. Cj she sharing some photos from our last Team retreat in bali and we were reminiscent with these photos. And who's just reminding is a how much of a great time we had on that trip. I thought to myself how many people take all these photos when the epic trips and they never look at them they never reminisce. They never really looked at it. And say wow what a great time. Those are ray positive feelings and more people should do that to remember the good times. remember the travels. So that's something you can lead that something that you can create for your community a weekly webinar where somebody can share their last trip. Share the photos share what they learn. Share their favorite memories. Everybody in the webinar can experience that plays virtually and get really excited about when they're going to go and see that place and of course if they're doing the sharing gives them a chance to rekindle their love for travel.

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Im a travel blogger. How do I pivot my business during COVID?

The $100 MBA Show

06:45 min | 3 months ago

Im a travel blogger. How do I pivot my business during COVID?

"The travel industry has taken a major hit because of covid nineteen and today's listener. Today's qna wednesday question from jim is spot on. How do you pivot. How do you change how to make something happen. When you took such a blow. I recognize the truth of the matter. The truth of the matter is because of covid. people can't travel or at least depending on the country. You're on the can't travel easily or safely. This is a suction we all say to ourselves. But it's partly true. Can't travel maybe internationally but people can do some traveling like a road trip even if you're in a country like australia where they really are super super strict when it comes to the covert restrictions where the close the borders between states like. You can't leave the for example. New south wales which is a stash rilya when there are a few cases pop up. You know the borders get close but you can travel within new south wales. So let's just define the problem. You can't travel internationally. travel blogger. the world's your choice ter- and there's so much material out there but this is an opportunity for you to create a different stream of income a different Chapter in your business career. Local travel road trips exploring. What's in your backyard. And of course you could start with your own local area but just because you can't go somewhere. Let's say for example. You can't go to australia and Help people in their local area to do some local travel you can curate some content curate. Some ideas from other videos other blogs and serve your audience for example in new south wales in australia. You can go to beaches. You can go to the blue mountains. You can go skiing. In the winter. In kosciusko mountain you can go to byron bay which is scored like a yoga hippie. Beachie vibe you can go. There's so many options within the state and people are hungry for break right so this is another option. Just kind of pivoting your business. Creating maybe books guys videos courses live. Coaching calls summits events where you help people or guide them to travel. Locally is easy for us to focus on problems and not think about. What can i do rather than i can't do. So yes you can't travel internationally but you can locally or you can help people travel locally another thing that comes to mind when it comes to travel blogging. It's like hey. I usually do. Exotic locations like how to go to vietnam for two weeks under three thousand dollars or backpacking around europe. And these are not really options anymore for your target audience. Yes they can't travel now but any of these trips will require planning and planning can be done anywhere. For example nicole took eight weeks and did a bit of traveling in europe and that trip took about nine months. The plan we did with some friends of ours. Jason and carolina zuck with a lot of fun. But there's a lot of coordination especially you want to many countries the different modes of transport. Those flying this train. There's renting cars there's accommodations their sites. They wanna see in each city. There's downtime there's beaches there You wanna shop so it takes time to plan a trip like that and for most people. They're not going to go on a trip. Like i gotta go to europe every day or go to vietnam every day or go to costa rica so they want to make the most and planning is a part of that and in my opinion planning is a big part of the fun of going on a big epic journey. A big trip is a travel blogger. You can really hone in on the planning part the preparation part of actual travel. And that's from the bag of tricks. Of rick steves He really focuses on the planning. You can do the same and you can even do A little bit of a niche thing like budget or luxury and you can even just down a little bit and either do luxury travel or budget travel or to travel in a big group that type of thing and this is actually a good time to do it because you know people are starting to see. Hey maybe we are on the other side of cova. The vaccine is how maybe in six seven nine months. It's possible to travel somewhere. Maybe in a year and that's just enough time to get the planning going to have everything sorted out so when you can't travel it's all planned out. You're all set. You're all excited. You're all packed and you're ready to go so planning is a big part of that so maybe spend some time focusing on that on your block. What to pack Luggage what to buy beforehand. What about travel insurance. These are all ways for you to really have revenue streams where you can do amazon associates and get commissioned when you recommend certain products items. I always say when it's downtime in your business for example in the software world and the bbc world december january notorious for being slow. So when it's slow when you're having a downtime it's a great time for you invest in content. So if right now things are a little slow in your travel blog. This a chance for you to really invest the time in building a youtube channel in writing a book on your travels and why you should travel or where you should travel to travel guides because it's going to take some time for you to create this content publish it put on the world market and by time it's all set and done people will start thinking about traveling again and it's an asset that you can use forever. It's not like you write a book and you only can sell it tomorrow. You could sell it for years to come. and of course it's trout guide. You can use as a basis to sir. Updating it year after year the other day our team at women ninja were running. Some webinars get. We like to use their own software and one of our team members. Cj she sharing some photos from our last Team retreat in bali and we were reminiscent with these photos. And who's just reminding is a how much of a great time we had on that trip. I thought to myself how many people take all these photos when the epic trips and they never look at them they never reminisce. They never really looked at it. And say wow what a great time. Those are ray positive feelings and more people should do that to remember the good times. remember the travels. So that's something you can lead that something that you can create for your community a weekly webinar where somebody can share their last trip. Share the photos share what they learn. Share their favorite memories. Everybody in the webinar can experience that plays virtually and get really excited about when they're going to go and see that place and of course if they're doing the sharing gives them a chance to rekindle their love for travel.

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What is Clubhouse and Can It Help Your Business?

The $100 MBA Show

05:36 min | 3 months ago

What is Clubhouse and Can It Help Your Business?

"Clubhouses. An all new social media platform. It's currently only on devices. And it's only in private beta the only way to get access to is to get an invite from somebody who's already on there. I got an invite. And then i got onto clubhouse and then they gave me some invites to give out to other people in my network. Now i wanna stop here and just say it's worth just trying to go through this process if somebody can give you an invite for because it gives you an understanding of what is in one way for you to launch a new product. Even if you're not going to go into software this is a good way to kind of test. The waters and do some sort of soft launch and create buzz for your product to only make access to it. Invite only even if you had to charge for it. It's worth going through the process. So what exactly is clubhouse. Well the best way to describe it is group calls around a certain topic. Some people called it like life podcasting. I don't really see as life podcasting. I actually feel like it's more like conference calls sort of like an online meeting. That's audio only and all you see is people's avatars and you see who who's not speaking. Who else is in the room. Just listening and i've been through a few rooms and it's interesting because you'll find some pretty famous people in some of these room some Quite popular people. Like john from shark tank i. He was in one of the rooms and contributing to a conversation. So is quite interesting to see that happening already. Now what i want to mention is that strikes me as something different than another social media platforms like facebook or twitter or instagram or snapchat. because i- this idea of exclusivity meaning that you are in a room with people. This is very similar to like a group on facebook. Now they have something else called clubs which is very similar to a group. But i want you just imagine that it's a group of people any A call the first that that struck me the most was that you're not just able to partake in the platform and produce content as easily as you would with something like instagram or facebook. Where you could just post anytime you want. You have something say you post it. You have a picture on a post. You post it you a video on upload. Your uploaded clubhouse takes some four planning. You actually have to schedule a room scheduled call you have to invite people and then once you're in the room. It's not like anybody can participate. Whenever they want. Only one person can speak at a time so you can be in a room with seven hundred people listening but one person can speak at a time so it's a very passive type of where people are mostly listening and yes people can ask questions and participate but one thing is happening at a time now. I don't think that's a bad thing. Actually think this conserve a lot of businesses in a big way because it's really conducive to groups so if for example you are a coach and you wanna do a clubhouse room once a week to answer questions for your clients. You can easily do that and you could spend you know one hour you know as answering all the questions you people could just get up and speak use audio and speak their questions. Everybody can hear it and then you can go ahead and answer via audio's well you can also see this as an alternative to like a live conference if you go to a live conference. There's a bunch of rooms people are talking. This is like a virtual you know conference with a bunch of rooms so in that regard. I think it has purpose. I do think you should sign up. Like i said to see the flow of you know doing a soft launch beta but also just reserve your username just the have it there and then you can decide later if you want to stop or taking and start some rooms and conversation i mentioned. There's something called a club and this is like a group. I would say and you can invite people to the group and you'd have to do a weekly call or weekly room to keep this alive. This is kind of a requirement that they have and in order free to start a club. You actually have to do three calls or three rooms first and then you can apply to open up a club and then within a club you can create civil rooms and you could see these is like threads inside of a group or a group chat so then a nutshell is. We'll clubhouses all about now. Like i said you can use in your business. If you all your clients are on clubhouse and then you can go ahead and create a group and do some qna. You can do a workshop again. This is audio only. You can have an open. Discussion heck even have an open discussion with family members. If you want to do something outside of business like a family reunion but the point here is that this is not going to be really viable until it's available to everybody and on iowa's an android but you can get started used to the app now. If you get an invite now. I want to remind you this is a totally different type of media or medium. I should say You know there are no images. There's no video. There's no texts right. There's no For you to read down your thoughts. It's all audio and to be a hundred percent honest. I'm actually a little bit skeptical about how this will actually help other businesses. Now i'll tell you why first of all The reason why. I think podcasts are so powerful. Is that it really hits a lot of important points number one a lot of pre production planning on a podcast to make tight so that you're getting only the important information when you're listening

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How to repurpose old podcast episodes

Podcasting Q&A

04:46 min | 3 months ago

How to repurpose old podcast episodes

"In today's episode you'll learn how to repurpose and republish old podcast episodes. Welcome the podcasting. Qna ruling the best tips and strategies to launch. Grow and. monetize your show. This week's question comes from ten. Hey guys my name. Is tim from melbourne australia. And on podcasting as thinking nutrition. My question is about republishing. Podcasts of been podcasting for betty doing weight glee episode shar. I'm getting to the stage. Where light to just republi some of my more popular podcast episodes particularly at times where i want to take a little bit of a bright from podcasting. My question is what is the best practice around republishing podcasts. Should you record a new brief introduction and importantly hazard you flag this in the title of the episode to show the listeners that this is a republican podcast. Thanks very much in love. Your work is thanks for your question tim. Repurposing and republishing older podcast. Episodes is a great way to take a break without missing and if you're publishing dates without affecting your publishing frequency and it can be a way to highlight some popular episodes from the past that some of your current listeners may not have heard before but one thing you need to keep in mind is you. Don't want your listeners to feel like they're getting a bayton switch where they showed up to. Your podcast downloaded that new episode expecting to hear something new and they heard a podcast episode. They've heard before so today. We'll talk about two ways. You can repurpose old content and make it fresh for your current listeners. And how to title your podcast episode. So people know what they're getting into when they download the episode. The first way that you can repurpose or republish older podcast. Content is take the entire episode. And drop it into your feet as a new episode. Now if you're gonna do this. I would recommend recording a new introduction to your listeners. Why re listening to this content is worth their time. Maybe the circumstances have changed. Maybe it's more relevant now than when you record it or maybe it's a really really good interview that not a lot of people have heard yet. Maybe you had fewer listeners and see you want more people to hear that particular episode. Whatever the case is make sure that you explain it in the intro. So people have been with you for a while can hear that intro and decide for themselves if they want to keep listening to the rest of the episode and for the series that may not have heard that episode before it's just to be free new content for them so they don't even mind you republishing that content in your feet the second approach to repurposing your old content is to do mashup episodes where you take clips from previous episodes and put them together and create something new. So let's say that you have a business podcast and over the last couple of years you've covered the hiring process how to get hired how to get a great job had an interview multiple times in multiple ways. You could take the best bits best audio clips from all those episodes and make one awesome master episode that you can share with your audience. You don't have to rerecord though segments. You just chop them up. Rearrange them and put together for your listeners. The other thing you can do is a best podcast episode so if you have a recurring guest that on multiple times. Maybe it's a family friend or an expert that you have a really close relationship with you can create a best of from that person. So tim ferriss a very popular. Podcast has done this multiple times where he'll take a really popular guest that is recorded multiple interviews with and it'll create a super interview of all of their best tips. So that's something else that you can do now. How do you actually. Title these episodes. These republicans these repurpose episodes so that people know it's older content but they still want to listen to it but they still feel like is going to be worth their time. Well number one be transparent an old episode if it's older content you want to communicate that in the title again. You don't want your listeners to feel that bayton switch. They came in with the expectation of hearing new content from you and they got something old instead. So you can use words like rewind or replay or you know back catalogue or something like that. Where when they see that word. They're gonna instantly no okay. This isn't current this is from sometime in the past. But it's depending on what it is. I might want to listen to it and then from there. Consider what you can say. That would intrigue. Someone peaked your curiosity to check out that particular episode. That's a good practice for podcast. Titles in general but particularly when it comes to republish to repurpose episodes what can you say. That will get someone to click on that episode and wanted to listen through the entire thing.

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"qna" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

10:10 min | 4 months ago

"qna" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Main concern so Especially when you know kushner got a one point. Four billion dollar bumped from one billion dollars pumped from Cutter who was trying to get a block. Game lowered against at kushner's best friend mohammed bin. Some on also known his mom bone saw. Who trump is also rain. Clemency for by the way so i wanted to talk to you. I sent you a lawsuit a little bit earlier. from the nwa. Seeping is suing trump about the election. Can you tell us a little bit about that. I can This is okay. So this lawsuit was originally filed About a month ago but And it was by a michigan Organization the michigan welfare rights organization. It has now been joined by the nwa p And by three michigan voters and it adds a. And that's really what i want to focus on. It adds claims under the ku klux klan. Act of eighteen seventy one And this not a thing that you see typically being deployed against a pro you know as an accusation against presidential campaign But yet so these were reconstruction era acts that implemented the thirteenth amendment. Okay so typically you get too deep into logging korie Although i i will at some point because i love it when you e and issue in my basement where you live in everyone including andrew torres lives in my. He's my basement lawyer And he gets a bowl of bourbon or or rye was bourbon over. We're rises subset of bourbon. So as long as it's a brown liquor all altered so okay. So gordon's whiskey will work great. Good don't you don't have any other in the and brown coloring instead. no So here's here's the signal the significance for me for the for the lucky crude when you see typical equal protection challenges right. Those are rooted in the fourteenth amendment. And the and the fourteen minutes guarantee that no person shall be deprived of equal protection of loss And that is common jurisprudence that you see sort of every day This actually comes. The slanak comes out of The section two of the thirteenth man so thirteen amendment abolished slavery section. Two says congress shall have the power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation and one of the pieces of appropriate legislation that congress passed was forty. Two that's the criminal statute forty two. Us code nine thousand nine hundred eighty five right and subsection three makes it a crime to engage in a conspiracy to deprive individuals of rights or privileges under the loss and specifically to deprive african-americans of their rights or privileges under the law And so as you might imagine right This actually a fair amount of litigation about this and and this lawsuit. I i have been through a says. Look what the trump campaign. so it sues the trump donald trump in his personal capacity It sues donald j trump for president inc. Right his his his campaign apparatus and the republican. Yeah and the republican national committee and it selves. What you have been doing. is designed to intimidate election officials into not counting the votes of black people. And when you do that. That is at every bit as much. A violation of the ku klux klan. Ac as right stem engaging in poll intimidation right standing outside right the classic nineteen eighty-two case in new jersey in which the republican party hired off duty police workers slapped armbands on them. That's not frightening. called them the election task force And had them quote monitor poll stations and that was openly in in Predominantly african american neighborhoods Designed to intimidate people agenda voting. So yeah so. I i didn't. I didn't read the lawsuit but swimming. Some of citations. They're making our for example trump himself calling and to get pennsylvania or michigan lawmakers. Or you know. We need recounts audit t for example Or detroit or philadelphia Specifically right. And i'm assuming they're citing some of these The how the trump campaign their lawsuits in their election lawsuits. And can you know. Trump's personal phone calls. Even george were to they were specifically targeting is with a high numbers of black voters in them. And so i'm all those recited. In the case. All these instances it that is exactly right and let's let's sort of tease that apart It it is not just allegations involving the lawsuits but also allegations involving the content and statements by the president by the rnc by the the president's intermediary so for example paragraph fifty two on page eighteen said on november twenty six twenty twenty trump publicly referred to church a secretary of state rathbun's burger whose office presided over the weekend of georgia's election and who certified president-elect by biden's victory there as quote really really an enemy of the people and when gabriel sterling a republican official in secretary reference burgers office implored the president to stop fostering rhetoric and threats against election workers on december. One trump responded by doubling down tweeting rigged election show signatures and envelopes expose the massive voter fraud in georgia. What is secretary of state and georgia governor. Brian kemp georgia afraid of. They know what will find seven exclamation points. So you are exactly correct that it is the it's the overall pattern and this is really really smart right because When when i dug into the law there is some question of whether just filing lawsuits is enough to violate section nine hundred nineteen five subsection three And and i'm not going to bore you with all the technical reasons for that but the overall pattern is absolutely sufficient right like to what what you do. Is you show in general that there has been a conspiracy to violate the rights of of african americans particularly their their their right to vote and This was the other part. They were corrected by wanna read it from the case but but they mentioned right. That trump's recount in wisconsin was not a statewide recount but was limited to the two highest african american counties and win wisconsin right. And and at at some point right with all of this and we've talked about whenever a crime requires you to prove someone's intent People rightfully say okay. Well that's going to be a challenge and it is. It's it's tough to prove what's in someone's head because we don't have you know the pre cogs or from minority report or you know we don't otherwise have the ability to like you know. Read your thoughts but what we can do. But but but that omits the fact that we try people and juries convict people with the requisite criminal intent all the time. And what you do is just you developed sufficient circumstantial evidence. But by the way you don't need to know this you know this well and good. But like circumstantial evidence should not have that like connotation of you. Know not as good at Circumstantial evidence is really really good evidence right like it's yeah. It doesn't matter roberts as matter of fact when everyone when you know when trump tweeted out about the smoking gun No smoking gun muller stupid. Eight exclamation points I brought to everyone's attention just so everyone's clear a smoking. Gun is technically circumstantial evidence. So let's let's not be little the strength and power of circles of circumstantial evidence. View seen legally blonde. You know. no yes no nobody. S of my my legal Information is from that time you are Everything to which elwood's could aspire to and and reading thousands and thousands of court filings and briefings. Now i was gonna say yeah. Let's let's let's not sell the homework.

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"qna" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

03:07 min | 4 months ago

"qna" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Hey away fans. This is a little bit of an impromptu discussion that a g. l. Listen gil from muller. She wrote in the daily beans and i had a couple of days ago testing out a new platform for live. Qna we didn't really get a lot of cues but as always whenever a g get together. There are a lot of as so we thought we would bring you this as a little bit of extra content over the holidays a little bit of a bonus earn gift to you and i hope you enjoy augean. I kind of talking about the news. Hey how're you. Andrew torres from opening arguments. I am wonderful. How are you alison gill from muller. She wrote in the daily beans. I am fantastic. Our you well. Here's what i was just recording his show and we were just wrapping up. The good news just finished talking to cathy griffin and bam noticed notice on my phone. And it's funny. Because i say on the show. This just came across my desk. Like i get paid a catt. I guess. and it's pardoned palooza. Part second part four maybe part three and well. We went back on the air for another five minutes so i could jam the segment into the show for tomorrow morning. But that list of pardons is ridiculous it is and it's worth pointing out right as with everything. Donald trump. this is not normal. This is not the way it is supposed to be. And the those of us who were you know of of slightly advanced ears but like might remember That literally on his last day in office. Bill clinton pardoned marc rich A bunch of other really questionable controversial personal pardons of absolutely. I mean let. Let's be clear about this. Zero chance that those pardons would have issued Had al gore won that had had al gore been declared the winner of the two thousand presidential race night slate. Their lawyer lawyerly precision on that. But but look like this used to be the and also i mean. Let's let's be clear at this. Clinton pardon of march re of mark rich was corrupt. It was wrong. That's not what the purpose of the pardon is And it used to be. We agreed in a bipartisan way. That the point of the presidential pardon and of the clemency power was to demonstrate mercy where the process of justice had run roughshod over. It is why there is a separate. Doj there is an office of the pardon attorney The trump has never met with right. Rosalyn sergeant burn. She's the first african american woman ever to occupy the office and.

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IKEA greenhouse cabinets

On The Ledge

07:12 min | 4 months ago

IKEA greenhouse cabinets

"Keeping tropical plants. Happy in the average home is not the easiest thing so many of us resort to things like humidifiers in an attempt to keep that humidity up but in recent years. Lots of gross have been turning to the jillian swedish superstar kia for a solution to their problem turning book standard glass cabinets into beautiful indoor greenhouses for their precious plants. So how did this trend begin. What benefits can it. And how do you go about doing it. My cabinet ministers for today to canadian plonk growers cami and vinnie both of whom have tons of expertise in making awesome ikea cabinets. He is cammy. Who's cami plants on instagram. To explain how she first came across the concept. The first time i saw it was Instagram page in By robin and she used to have this wonderful idea set up where she had to a male. Spo cabinet in fabric four cabinet and it looks really nice In i had like one of those plastic greenhouses where i kept my more rare plants in iraq. Like the idea of having something that will showcase the plants and and looked nice in a room but also help with To preserve the environment that they need to thrive so that. That's where i found that. I founded in instagram. Maybe a year and a half ago or so and also found my friend vinnie. Who had his set up all sorted and we actually met. Because i started setting up mine Through instagram and he was showing me Tips and to do it. And that's how we connected mills boat and fabric as i key products. The names seemed to come out of nowhere. But if you've ever seen an instagram post with a cabinet with glass doors and walls and a metal frame and a fair number of arrowheads stuffed inside. Then the likelihood is it's probably one of these items because they are sold in their millions all around the world but what did these cabinets offer. The makes them so much better than well set of shelves. Cammie believes it's all down to the control. They give you over the volume of your plants. We all are getting into this expensive rare plants right now and in order to keep them a thriving. We have to keep their environment to a certain standard. Right humidity lied air circulation. And it's harder to keep that into a perfect level when we are dealing with hundreds of square foot of over home and if you keep the the whole room super humid in our house you know we are prone to mold and things like that so the cabinets are perfect solution that looks nice in our homes and is not like one of those plastic agreeing Houses a weekend by online so it looks aesthetically. Pleasing is easy to rig into something that the plants will like and they're not super expensive because he's i key is something that you can get. You know in a lot of places in the world right now and so. It's accessible is not super expensive and it keeps your plants happy so i think that's why and if your house is already filled with modern furniture with clean lines possibly some of it both my career. Then what bet is display your plants in than a minimalist modern cabinet like mills bu or fabric for his binney for most people. It's because it becomes a statement peace within your home if that makes any sense. Even when i made my first videos i mentioned that that you know you have those amazon. Greenhouses your plastic in your technically better than the greenhouses their meddle in. And you have to hack it so that it can become a greenhouse but they don't look good in your house so i think that is that is the primary factor for most people. They want to put their plans. Some display as part of the decoration of their house instead of just putting it behind some sort of plastic sheet. That people won't be able to see it through. That will look good in their leaving roles. Obviously a social media plays a huge factor. You know as people build more and more is being held in start posting photos voice. Start to see how beautiful they are in. Its sitter in that. I believe this popularity in to of buying even though sometimes they don't even need them they just by because look good. So you've bought your cabinet and assembled it what next can just start sticking plots in it or is there anything else he needs to do. Well given these companies are not specifically designed to contain plants. There are a few little tweaks that you'll need to make before your plants can become ensconced so the first thing that in each fear is the light whether your room has enough light to sustain that them growing or if you do need to bring in those extra lights i would say that if you are going to bring the grow lights definitely invest in girl is there are going to withstand time but also they they have a very good spectrum so that the the lead the plants grow in the right way. I also answered this question you might. Qna somebody was asking me whether a plane could grow with just normal away and that's immune aspira of research in the answer is kinda because the way that plants photos in decides they pretty much the entire visible light spectrum but they really thrive in the. I think it's an a blue in the red type of light which creates purplish late. So that's why you see purple. I going on. However what. I also figure it out. Is that if you're an environment like myself you saw in my room. I work this remark. Gay alday this is my office. If i have purple lights all over here he will affect my vision because the human eye is not supposed to be in that type of light so it actually is problematic for me. So that's why. I decided to go with the white lights. I don't know if they are as good as the purple ones but they also over a very good spectrum for the points.

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WoW Shadow Lands Trailer Released

We Say Things - an esports and Dota podcast with SUNSfan & syndereN

02:06 min | 5 months ago

WoW Shadow Lands Trailer Released

"Just. I watched the world of warcraft shadowlands trailer today as always blizzard pretty much. The only thing they can do correct these days and they do it better than anybody. Are these freaking trailers man. Holy shit they look good. Enough have no interest in the game at all. Tell me about They're really good. They're number twenty. We've talked about this before their animation and storytelling team has always been incredible But yeah shadowlands is scheduled to come out in about a week. And they've patched in they did a pre patch. I want to say about a month ago to the original game Or the current retail-version where they changed they re scaled the entire game. So max level is fifty instead of one hundred twenty. I think it was before. So they redesigned. They redesigned leveling or does basically the systems. They did system System at its. They didn't like build a new world or whatever And the games coming on november twenty. Third it's pretty I wanna say people have higher expectations for this than they did. For previous games or the previous expansion at least The knitted for battle for us. Ross so We'll see if blizzard delivers if they've learned and improved on systems from the last expansion. I think as far as wild goes the thing that the from from my limited perspective on what the community thinks in that game. I'm more of a classic guy right but my understanding of it is that people's primary problems with the recent world of warcraft has been poorly implemented systems. It's not about world design. It's not been about quests it's been about you get to endgame. What rewards are there. How do you obtain them. And how actually rewarding does it feel to play like that Where some people have said that the systems are just haven't been good in this last expansion so based on what i've heard from blizzard. Qna's and their interaction with community. They've taken it to heart and they've redesigned systems so now we'll see how good it actually is.

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Xfinity Series Champion Austin Cindric

The Final Lap

10:00 min | 5 months ago

Xfinity Series Champion Austin Cindric

"On the final with us. Today is austin syndrich. Welcome back to the program of great. Thanks for having me all right. So twenty twenty. Xfinity series champion That's got a nice ring to it right. Yeah without a doubt. I mean you work in an entire year. Obviously this year's been been crazy and trustful for a lot of people and a lot of different ways and Obviously rise to the occasion on on on the right weekend is is is ideal but The the work put in all season. It definitely makes you gratifying. So i take us through this closing laps. What was going through your head. Obviously we had. We pulled away in the lead with older tires there and I thought that was the hard part and turned out You know caution with three to go Having to come in and put on tires and that we are at a pretty big deficit I think that was the right call to make but putting yourself by maple on on on the offense and Having having to make two laps and make it happen when a championship in the with with with our competition definitely wasn't gonna be easy and putting a three wide off at turn four to win the championship Was was pretty cool. I thought i thought we all wreck for for a moment there and Definitely definitely dramatic finish and Glad glad we had to earn it but Definitely go out. It will all work out. What What did you do to celebrate. So yeah i've been trying to do the maximum obviously The different year As far as getting people together and enjoying things with that'd be with my guys do people shop or or or just my friends and family so That that part's obviously been a bit more of a challenge but Saturday night after the race. I can promise you. The the twenty two team had a great time and Major everybody got back to their rooms. Nice and safe but Otherwise it was it was. It was a fun night. looking forward to To enjoy during the season and coming back even harder and twenty twenty one. What are some of the things. That are a champion has to do during the week. Afterwards is it. Is it more than you expected. i think it's a lot of things that i wanna do myself It's it's. It's not things that that other people will put me up to as far as Like i said. I've had to be very creative in the last couple of days. Far as trying to figure out. Like i said what the maximum is that i can do to to to enjoy championship with with my team But also making sure i don't even turn you don't wanna championship every day and It's really difficult to do this in. Obviously we had the opportunity. Try new again next year but Trying to make sure that that. I don't miss anything almost anyone and I enjoy the moment obviously You're going to be kind of like the the face of the sport or the the face of the xfinity series for next year. What does it mean to be a champion and carry that flag. I think anyone who's watch watch series for the last couple of years. Watch me grow develop at the driver. Obviously i have my one one season in the truck series beforehand but that was it and As far as my career. So i've come a long way in a short amount of time and and i think Anyone who's watched those races that seeing that Has it's hopefully been able to create that. And as as seen this team really rally around me and in my development and obviously it's been a lot of fun to be able to do that and go on win races. And and then put ourselves in contention all year so it obviously Gives us more to look forward to. Obviously there's going to be great competition next year. I excited excited to see the full line. Up of drivers that We get to compete against and Looking forward to doing doing the most. We can't to make it back to phoenix and try and contempt for another championship now. Obviously every year. There's a big awards banquet at the end of the year this year. It's going to be a little different than can be more of a an awards show. I'm sure you're still looking forward to it because you're going to be honored. Their yeah i just want to get back all hours. Upset at other people's banquets watching other people talk. I want to do the talk. Our team to get the talking but It's it's obviously a challenge but No it's hopefully. Everyone can tune into that. I i got got wrapped up with with my obligations for that Just just yesterday actually so Looking forward to seeing that. It's also fun to to to to share that with with the other. Competitors are in shown creative while we were in nascar Production dairy and talk and talk to him about his race and and obviously Obviously chase elliott pretty pretty cool for the sport there and Obviously very well deserved for him and his family's well. We're on with xfinity series champion for twenty twenty austin syndrich and every year penske. Does this big olympic style kind of stuff with all their drivers and and and and crew members and stuff like that. This year was dodgeball How'd you do was it fun. It looked awesome while. I'm gonna brag on myself here for a minute because In p when. I was in middle. School and high school dodgeball was my thing. Okay i i don't know why i i obviously love it but For whatever reason. I just have a knack for it so When when they decided they were going to dodge ball with all the penske drivers i was. I was pretty keen so the game. They go to penske social channels. They haven't shared up on there. But i was the last man standing for a very long time Got a lot of people. I got blaney out by far the most athletic driver on our team pretty. I got him out early in the game But yeah it's great fun it. It's it's so cool. Because we're such a diverse group of drivers. As far as the different race series and and you know different nationalities and obviously we really different personalities. So that's always a really fun amick and I hope everyone enjoys that kind of stuff. I'm sure it's a big A team bonding kind of thing as well. Hey later today you've got a alive. Qna online. Are you are you nervous with some of the fans might ask you know. I don't think so Obviously we've got like said the life you and eight six six thirty on penske social channels on facebook and Looking forward to seeing the turnout we get for that. Because it'll be my crew chief. Brian wilson talking about Pretty much our season that race. Everything that's come down to it. Obviously brian i ever really greatly relationship and Look look forward to take jabs. Adam if i can't tonight what are some of the things are gonna be doing in the off season Both to relax and maybe even stay sharp for next year. Yeah i'm i'm still working on that. But i made a long list on the flight home from phoenix as far as things don't want to do and i i started to realize i'm probably not going to get everything done. I'd say top of that list is continue to work on my project car. I've got an eighteen ninety three volvo station wagon that i've been doing a Coyote swap was basically putting the the drive train. The the motor from a ford mustang. So go to five hundred horsepower. Engine in a in a ninety station wagon is has been no small feat. I've been working on this thing for for two years. Now doing all the work on myself so it's been really fun to to learn that Learn that side of things i. I think it's made me a better driver. And the obviously it's a it's a great pastime. Okay that's one of the most unique rebuilds. I think i've ever heard what's the goal for that. Car the goal is to be stupid or noxious. It's gonna race track. It's just it's just supposed to be loud stupid and fast. The car actually ways Significantly less than most most rijkaard's. It's actually smaller than you think being a station wagon. It's only twenty pounds. So a couple of hundred pounds lighter than most modern cars so nothing's gonna rip so Hopefully i get tight and have some fun with it so looking looking to make a pretty big debt absolutely now over the next year and a half or so. You've got a lot of things plan. Obviously going xfinity series racing next year. Defending that The championship and you're also going to have some cup series races Have they decided that your schedule yet. No it's definitely ongoing. Obviously gotta make sure things work logistically and and try and figure out the the right thing whether it be my development or having partners on the car but I'm excited for for that opportunity to to learn at the high level But i'd say if there is a race that i wanna do They're they're going cup racing at road. America on july fourth weekend is going to be amazing so I'm hoping that i can get to do that. One that one's definitely at the top of my list but Overall just just happy to happy to have that kind of an opportunity happy have the groundwork laid out for for for for my development over the next couple of years that's very challenging thing to to navigate in the sport especially the drivers so Looking forward to taking advantage of that opportunity and make the most of your drivers don't have the opportunity of knowing. Hey after next year. I'm going cup racing. They don't usually know that You still got to keep the eye on the ball for the community series. But i'm sure you're still excited about twenty twenty two. Yeah without a doubt to have that opportunity. Go race for the wood brothers in in in twenty twenty two. Obviously that's a that's a family. That has a huge legacy in the sport and The opportunity to to build on that legacy is something i definitely. Don't take lightly. I i love the history of the sport but also the the wood brothers eddie. Len modern john. Those guys who have been big supporters of mine Since since i've really come into nascar so excited to get to work with them here in the next couple the next couple of months after after twenty twenty one and Really really start the next chapter of my career with those guys so Very grateful for that as an opportunity. But i really really focused on defending title. It'd be be great taylor to walk out the as two time champions but a lot of work that needs to be done in a lot of hard competition to the face before then all right for sure last question any plans for the rolex twenty four working on that man that's that's always grind. I mean that is that is a given so Definitely definitely doesn't hurt to in the off season In style like this but Yeah i i wanna i wanna do the rolex again This past year was actually the first year in in three years that i hadn't done it so actually spotted the race for one of the penske cars which being outside in the middle of the night for twenty four hours is enough motivation for for trying to find drive the next year. I don't know what is so I'm i'm excited to try and try and navigate that I want to win that race. Really bad that's that's that's where i've been really passionate about for a long time a lot of miles in a lot of hours in so Still still on the lookout for for the right combination and Hopefully hopefully things down before the holidays. All right. he is the twenty twenty extended series champion. Austin syndrich thanks as always for being on the final

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Happy 40th Kim Kardashian

Daily Pop

06:29 min | 6 months ago

Happy 40th Kim Kardashian

"Hey everyone. It is Kim Kardashian West fortieth birthday. We're kicking off the party right here right now on daily Pop Justin is out today's Morgan and I are joined by Kisha Knight Polio he's an actress kick ass mom and of course you know her from house of pain and as Rudy from the cosby show Kisha we're so happy you're joining us. Thank you so much for having me. We have so much to get to today we're going to be celebrating throughout the entire show you're going to hear from Kim's famous family. We're GONNA read breaking down Kim's most shocking moments and we cannot talk about him without talking about fashion. They go hand in hand the celebration is going on all day here on e- with the keeping up with the Kardashians marathon and Kim's fortieth birthday special that airs tonight at ten PM. The first Kim has always been an open book and she's made plenty of surprising confessions along the way watch this. You should just be who you are say what you want entrepreneur makeup mogul wife's mother and all around boss I'm going to do whatever I want Kim K. West confessed. There isn't anything she's afraid to do and her mind she has done it all and her crazy confessions don't stop there I. Love it during a livestream. Qna Kim admitted problem member of the Mile High Club she wants had sex in a public movie theater she goes commando almost all of the time wave TMI and she's still owns though seventy five, thousand dollar diamond earrings made her totally lose it. We Know Kim has been working on getting her law degree, but it sounds like she's mixing a little business with pleasure in a new questionnaire for e she revealed she likes a shot of Tequila with a cheeser when she said he's life with about being happy and when she's not hitting the books, she's heading gym her morning ritual includes a five fifty am start time to work sweat. Obviously, all that hard work has done a body. Good. It's not easy at all, but it's not all work and no play her favorite thing to do during her downtime. Text people with lots of glitter sparkle emojis. You could probably guess who he's in contact with most family I no matter what Kimmy also confessed she likes to treat yourself to a little. TV. But the mom of four go to guilty pleasures aren't exactly what you'd expect. I need your help help MTV's catfish is at the top of our list or she likes to unwind with some hoarders on a any. Other crazy Kim Confessions. Everything is always so public. She claims her hidden talent is smelling cavities and there's one celebrity whose beauty left her starstruck. No need to share Kim loves you. She's proved over and over and over again it's just a vibe and the confessions don't stop there. Kim told people she has models drowned her clothes so she can plan outfits in advance and she's spray tans her scalp. So her middle part has that extra glow. Oh that's a good ted. Have, for years, wargin timoth favorite Kim moment all my God. This is the hardest question I've been asked all year producers brought this up yesterday I'm like, how am I going choose but I think it has to be and I know Chris over this but it has to be when she's taking fees when chloe is on the way to jail like that's just know psychotic Kim to me it is it never gets old it so delusional and it's just amazing and why we fell in love with her in the first place it's the best it's that's definitely one of my top wants Kisha what am I okay I'm I'm going to go on the other end of the spectrum you know Kim. been doing things for a long time but you know I have to say it's all of the work that she's been doing to get convicted. Felons out of prison. The fact that she's taking a completely different turn and really helped us her platform to to affect people's lives in a positive way. One hundred percent. That's that's a really huge one and I'm going to it back to something a lot more superficial. I got. My favorite moment is when we just saw in that lovely package, Kim crying over her diamond earrings because honestly girls I relate if I had seventy thousand dollars, diamond earrings and I lost one that's probably exactly how I would react I've had mad but got ensure your jewels have to China and. Ensure those goals. All right. Well, caves fashion has changed so much over the years. So we're going to go deep into the archives. Take a look at Kim style evolution Ooh can really I am be our L. Y. Kardashian. K.. A. R. D. A. S. H. I. A.. Look. Very nice where do you win? Gucci and Jimmy, Choo Shoes and Louis. Vitton back to mix it up a little bit him style started out young and fun experimenting with Different Designers Have Wearing A. Skirt and a La Perla top a wonderful. Share. That'd be the not shoes I want to find something that is young and fun and fresh but still you know how classy and conservative this is my. She transformed into a sophisticated ladies setting the trends that posing Christian Louis, Vuitton he also, I'm wearing Eliah and Lorraine Schwartz I weren't accustomed gown I'm wearing our Kardashian collection leggings put this big waistband. To do we have favor Lon Max Mara when she became apparent this hot mama put her curves front and center. This is John Paul Go. Ta and I love her sparkly. It was it is. And you know I love it I just wanted to really go for it and be kind of like a robot a Blinky Sexy Robot I'm wearing address from revolve. Long Sleeve and it's hot out here. But whatever looks good. It was distressed by Rick Win. All made this for me and I love it him. You'll trade who you wearing. Where we wearing this evening, I'm wearing Vivienne Westwood now. has become so economy or calling it the Kim effect. This

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French Open Update

The Tennis Podcast

05:10 min | 6 months ago

French Open Update

"David Lewis just taken a most enormous swig. If he's fifty five percent alcohol gloss of whiskey that he's drinking fit tonight's podcast I David just down. I'm going to have an excellent. Now, this one's going to be my twenty five year old Erin from US sisters whiskey show. Can't wait what percentage is that. Doesn't say. Strong. If it doesn't even say. One of the questions on my. Wanted the submitted questions on my instead. The INSTAGRAM INSTAGRAM DOT COM Cuban a this evening. Which I didn't which which I elected not answer although it wasn't my list of potential to answer I just happened not was he drinks to most alcohol as if you met and David. Come kind of like a dog ears elements. The amount I drink. You drink in terms of the offense has. On us is. Massively multiplied in May yes, I did I would probably say me because Matt lives with his parents, which is isn't necessarily party vibes. These boys as we as we speak Davies pouring himself another whiskey. So I didn't instagram INSTAGRAM DOT COM QNA that was fun and some tennis happened. Today and we have a we have all semifinalists. It feels like that sort of just happened. That were the last four stage. I mean, obviously, it hasn't been doing this for seven days but. He kind of feels suddenly like where the the very sharp ended the tournament somehow that is actually. What makes you re remember the this is a grand slam because that always happens every grandson doesn't it the first few days with so many matches to follow in your eyes are everywhere and and you dice are extremely long. They feel like they're going on forever and then you get half and you think well, it's still another nine days to go whatever, and then the next thing you know there's only four days left, which is where we are right now and that comes upon you very quickly and here we are yeah, I mean we've got four days we've got just semifinals and finals to guy. And I'm. I'm reading joined the tournaments, aval enjoyed loads of the matches and. There is a lot still that really. Wet Smile. I. I'm it's been so long since I've been consumed by how we did it all is. I'm just I'm now I'm now anxious about next week when the Guam tennis happening fills lake I've lived in a universe. Grand Slam tennis for so long now obviously, they were the two weeks in between the US Open in the French. But. Even, then I mean that was just a recovery time with the promise of the French. Around the corner and Yeah suddenly we're going to be descended plunged back into the the the battle days a few months ago on Monday in. Yeah it. Far Slums. This year In terms of when you think of the dailies relived shows that as well. We'll think of something the point is that it really feels like like how you should feel when you reaching the business end of and it's really pleasing that it that it feels. That way. You're agree. Yeah pumped pumped an pumped I'm slightly concerned about just how down Catherine was just that was that was a thought I hadn't processed yet, but you're right. It does feel like that and I'm now I'm now also concerned about next week but. Today was slightly we'll have each other and David's secrets of whiskey say we'll be fine. And my sister's got her own shop. As goods that I mean you have to pay for it. Usually the I seem to have got these ones free. Yeah, the twenty five olds recommend that. Of? The war, the twenty, five year old whiskey that I'm. Erin. Yeah. The Tennis Mats Talk About Tennis What happened today? How did you find it what? I think we've been. So you St- in the last few days to some really great days. Today was slightly less good. I would say, overall. I. Mean. The first three matches I think combined took about as long as the team Schwartzman match did yesterday's it's just a very different pace to the day. But what I would say is that all the winners were probably the ones we would have expected to win just about they're probably the favorites and they've set up to very exciting semifinals of come from these matches. So as much as today didn't always hold my interest for the entire day in terms of the competitiveness of the matches I think they've set us up for a couple of very, very exciting semifinals

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They Call Us The Paper Tigers

They Call Us Bruce

06:09 min | 7 months ago

They Call Us The Paper Tigers

"Hello, and welcome to another edition of they call us Bruce unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asia America. I bill you and I'm Jeff Yang and we are here. With the director and writer of I gotTA. Say just one of my favorite films to have come out this year not just because it hits square and kind of like the intersection of. Sweet spots for me. But also because it really revives John that is kind of synonymous with. They cost Bruce in some ways, and that film is the paper tigers and the filmmaker in question is bow tran. Bow. Thank you for joining us on the PODCAST. Welcome. Hello. Hello. Thanks for having. Me Guess. Big Fan. At. Likewise. No seriously about so this film is basically about a set of martial arts enthusiasts young young guys who have grown up learning under a master. who have kept on growing up as a were. Gotten Kinda midlife and found themselves in a situation where they have to kind of recover the skills that they've lost and like I said for me, it really is just at the intersection of a lot of stuff that I care about and or am. So. Thank you for making it. And Yeah, thank you for talking to us about. My pleasure. Thanks for watching. Really glad to hear you guys enjoy. I let me say like, let me express a little bit of. Sorrow and regret. and sadness on your behalf because. The world being what it is the circumstances being what it is. Many people are going to experience. This movie are not going to experience movie the way I really think they should. Experience it which is with an audience because this is such a fun crowd-pleasing movie We should say like I saw it advertised as a as a martial arts comedy which it is. But it's a bummer that we're not people aren't going to really get to see it in that ideal situation. Yeah I. Mean it's kind of a it's kind of a surreal thing to go through this year with all festivals. Now pivoting to virtual and we had a world premiere couple of weeks ago at Fantasia, which is usually out of Montreal and We did have a zoom QNA afterwards. And is actually fun because it was the first time. The actors saw the movie for the first time and all that and then Cuny was over and I got kicked out of the Zoom Room. There I was sitting in the dark? The World Premiere. Back. But. You know you know we we may do I, mean. That's kind of the way things are, and we just have to Kinda forge on. But Yeah we all had always hoped in envisioned to be able to play this in front of crowd because I think that's kind of like the best experience at least for me growing up as well. Just watching movies that I love. And then be able to kind of bring that. Old old-timey feeling back again. But hopefully, maybe oh Soon soon, enough will be a on our recovery in fields. Kind of have a place when we can share it altogether. I. I kinda figured out what the the genre of this sort of ends up being in white works for me. So well, it's basically old school meets old just. But. I mean these AVIV, the the issue of where we are. Now how this all landing I I will say that. There's something really special about seeing the movie mean it's taken a while to get here and I know this of course, I was fortunate enough smart enough to be early on the bandwagon on this thing asked for it in the kick starter as was Hudson Yang. And Shout shout out. Yeah and it feels a little bit like it's bringing with it. A breath of what it was like before all this happened I. Mean you know we're for me the the things that make the movie just. Feel, special to me is. It's it's the kind of film that you can't really make in quarantine at all. It's film that it's not like a giant. You Know Effects Laden blockbuster, but it has the the effects that you can only do with people are trained and skillful right which is. People finding hand hand. Real. Martial, artists in. Most cases. Who are are going head to head with choreography that you can't hide right there. This does really feel to me and we seen other attempts before. Like A legit revival of that The film right and? I mean I wanted to kind of dig a little into your inspirations and influences in deciding to. Revive this Jonah to begin with. And here a little more about the way this journey started. Yeah I mean I could have imagined. No. You guys have been tracking project for a long time. We've been you know I, I was with Mike Alaska's my producer and we pitched this at the C. Three Project Market V. C. You know twenty eleven in front of like Daniel Day Kim and Desirous Yamashita in. A Teddy Zee. Like nine years ago when I had a one page treatment and it was just like. A hair we are. So I wish I could say we planned it, but we really just got in by Cheney chin-chin in terms of just shooting this film at the at the end of summer last year two, thousand nineteen, and then we were imposed all the way up until you know when the lockdown started happening and all that stuff. So yeah I mean literally is that Snapshot Wife Before. the pandemic and a lot of ways. So it's just it's just kind of worked out that way and if we waited any any additional months or waited, you know in any way to to shoot the film I, don't think we re we would be here having this conversation. Yeah. So it's Kinda trippy looking back on just the timing of it all.

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"qna" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

Future Thinkers Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"qna" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

"The way the group can haul that is is is probably evolutionary old. An embedded in human system Yeah I like to look at these phases of group or community practice as asynchronous transformation of the individual. So it's a synchronous transformation. But every but it's coursing through everybody right so If you if you bleed out the time you could conceivably experience as a simultaneous transformation but it seems to I have a synchronous kind of a rhythm to it and I think that's very helpful for people because if you say you know it's a transformational circle But it has this a synchronous rhythm than people will still feel inside the circle and notice that there's different spotlights of transformation little insights happening here and there that don't necessarily land with everyone but if everyone was participating than that's off like when have shined so I think that's a claim that this were can make the brand new future thinkers members portal is now alive develop your sovereignty and self with our in depth courses get access to our weekly since making calls joined the QNA's with past podcast guests and much more become a future thinkers member today at future thinkers at org slash members. I've never really heard anyone talk specifically about the role of shadow work in group format. It seems to be and I mean the experience that we have with it is. It does seem to be quite heavily individualistic. But there's something to circling that seems to especially as people are watching something arise in each other and in themselves. It seems to point that they're a shadow material but as far as the practice of doing shadow work is that does that have a place in group group dynamic so I'm just gonNA answer by Talking about how Perhaps address shadow work. You know one of the problems with some of these practices is they. They become Like the whole notion of shadow work is already loaded. You know so then at an so what I talk about is I like to look at So.

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"qna" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"qna" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Well. There's not to invest in Peter. But thank you for clearing up the that question force to make sure we don't forget to do it. I better let you out of your misery about the single so people have actually with the finals. This RHIANNA in little down. I'm also right. It is a cat yes so they sleep twice as much as humans. Do in the case of the council is about five times as much as I seem to. Yes the young referred to as a kindle when there's a group of them and the collector term for a AH group of them is a cloud and there are ten million pussycats in the UK just the UK has a watery number of cats into kids. Want to so the focus. If you'll excuse the pun on this question which came into a forum at naked scientists dot com slash forum. It's from us it scientists when you do cataract procedure and you replace a forked Lens. From a person's I normally that lens can have shaped changed subtly by the muscles inside the eye which achieves a degree of tweaking of the focus thus when one puts in a replacement Lens to do with the cataract that Kant changes focus. Can it no. But there's other ways are how do I I still see clearly then the cataract effects the lens of the eye which sits just behind you pupil and the Lens itself is is you can imagine a little bit like a grape. It's got a skin gin called capsule and then it's full of of the sort of the pope of the grape if you like which are lens fibers and the Lens is a kind of an unusual usual thing in that it grows throughout life. You're continually producing new lens fibers at the edge of the Lens and shoving the older fibers into the center. Now the lenses transparent because of the regular arrangement of those fibers and we want it to be transparent soda can let the light through to the back of the eye but as time goes on and you increase they number lens fibers in their pushes them. Altogether changes the regularity. And that can lead to clouding of the Lens which is cataract so yeah very common operation Russian to remove that cataract we peel away the little capsule at the front an essentially remove all of the contents of the lens with a little sort of surgical hoover. The type thing. Then you will put in an implant a replacement plastic cleanse to replace the power of the now the Lens in well in anybody nobody under forty or so is able to change shape a little bit because this capsule on the outside of it is elastic. Your ability to do that does decline with time. That's why we all need reading glasses by a certain age and that again is because the lens is becoming much stiffer because it's not able to change shape as the so many fibers in that lens so by the time most people have got cataract then not able to change the shape of Lens anymore when the Lens is removed. There's a little plastic implant that is inserted kind of like a ship in a bottle into the remaining capsule of the Lens in the majority of cases that is a fixed focus lens so it will be designed on the basis of measurements if the eye to give you a particular focal point so either to be focused for distance then you need to put reading glasses on afterwards or possibly to set you for reading and then you have have to put distance glasses on one of each. You can have a long run on a short one you can. You can get around that you can go one vision like that. You can do that with contact lenses. As well and give one the distance and one is reading laser laser correction can do that swell for close work and one for longer you can do that does cover both bases. It does mess about with the you been on television a little bit so it might happy a depth perception a bit. But the other thing that you can do with intraocular lenses the implants that get put in as you can have multi focal Lens's not only nhs but you can have multi focal lenses and they were by diffraction so that the single piece of plastic produces two simultaneous focal quickpoint. One for distance and one for raiding is does that get like going through it in different positions. According to where you're looking you have. Do you have to learn like you do with bifocals. Vocals you have to almost learn to use them and now it's not quite like that way you've got sort of an area of the lenses distance in an area is reading you have little circles. Engraved moved on the Lens so that the light that falls in between the circles might be focused one distance. Say to give you distance vision but the light that passes through the Aniela ridges on the Lens. We'll give you a different focal point focused for reading. So you get this simaltaneous two things in focus at once but it can give you slightly less crisp vision. Ginette can affect your ability to detect low contrast. So it's not because it's trying to do a number of things at once is not perfect doing all of them. So how is the fine focusing in a lens. That can't change shape achieved then. Is that purely by just moving pupil wider smaller in order to achieve a pinhole effects. You can get that fine focusing and compensate that way as you get older and to some extent yes the the. The older pupil is a little bit smaller. So you do get more of a depth of focus focused. Because I if you've got a smaller aperture you get a wider depth of focus. But the short answer is that you will get your distance correction and then you will need a separate correction for reading. You can't have both at the same time so there'll be a sweet spot at which are vision works best and then either side of. That's a compromise. I decided that yet. But that's what special. Thank you very much for clearing that Lens Question. I guess thanks very much right Richard. We've got this question. Which James would like you to help him out with please in space nice tourism actually feasible and sustainable? Is it just for the super rich or could it ever be a possibility for mortals. Excuse for the super rich okay. So currently tickets on Of a collective will set you back two hundred fifty thousand dollars It's a bit like what Peter was talking about. It's in early stages it's going to get cheaper. It's never going to be that cheap but it might open the door to hypersonic travel aval from continent to continent so you know trip from London to Sydney say in just a just a few hours it might it might kick start that sort of that sort of Economy There are a few rivals out there but all of them are Kinda Ramat. Two hundred thousand dollar Ma. I can't see ever coming down a huge amount but that said I think there was one an important reason why it's good that the rich and powerful can do this because there's a lot of evidence that if you see the from space you get this idea of the earth without without Borders you can certainly see the whole environment and actually if we start sending presidents and the CEO's of companies out there they might. It's helped to change the world about two or three months ago. We sent a helium balloon to the edge of space. We got to thirty three kilometers and we played people screams listeners to the naked. It's on his. We played the screams in space but we also put to qualify mobile phones in the box and took beautiful shots. We were joking saying the people in Beijing at perhaps watch the footage footage before we go to sit. I'm sure that's not true but some we put these mobile phones in the box. Music the most gorgeous footage of the from thirty three kilometers up in the blackness of space compared head to this amazing iridescent blue and it really doesn't like a mobile and honestly I've watched that footage identity. How many times in his orange spines exactly where you're coming? It's what the astronauts talk about this thin blue line nine separating us from the void and it is just extraordinary. I think the more people can see that and experience for real it will make a substantial difference. So if if Mr Branson's finds out the space boffins podcast and says Richard. Would you like to go into space. What would you say I think I would have to say but yes so I would love to go but if to preserve my marriage.

"qna" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"qna" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"No wants to make profound one and made it. We're going dynasty remember. You have pretty horrible question. Okay Lithium you can make molecules of daily just take to maxims and joined them together and that a commonly occurring die nitrogen the same into you just take a former triple cavale. Bond Diadem was Mandalay. Of's periodic table in the early days. They used to think it was one element but we now realized realized that in fact it's the combination of two rare earth metals which is president and neodymium and we can separate them apart so Damien no longer exists in the modern periodic table. So afraid it's new that done okay. So round three here we go now. This is pretty hard. I'm we're going to see what you make this. Okay these are riddles. And you got to solve. This is called solve this. Listen very carefully. You can take notes Richard and as you might need to okay. But I'm going to strict about the time because we don't have to launch this. You are on a forested island. It is five hundred meters north to south and three kilometers east just to west. It is surrounded by high cliffs and ocean. A wind blows constantly across the island from west to east to constant constant speed on Monday at noon. The entire western edge of the island forest catches fire fanned by the wind. The the flames of moving at one hundred meters an hour across the island. If you're trapped by the fire you're going to die. You can't jump off the island with you is a rucksack which is GonNa Penknife the compass a calculator and a Bible in there for good measure. How do you survive until rescue arrives on Wednesday? Great I really I can't. I was on university challenge once and I cannot process this information quick. You gave me a couple of days come back to you I can. We can jump in the sea or something that we can't. We can't to do that. Okay if you're contemplating that I'm going to come to the other team and I'm GonNa give you your one to think about too because you can have some extra time thing then. Thirteen to impeach. A woman has a bucket of water in her hands. She turns it upside down but the bucket stays full. There's no lid on the bucket and the water is in liquid form. She's not relying on Centrifugal Force. How does this happen? That's your question version. I don't believe it. Upside tanishing space sold it yet. Richard Kessler has your Kansas reckoner I think we've got to use the if we head for the eastern most side of the island the wind the the flames will catch up with us So I'm wondering what will happen. And if we go to the northernmost or the southern most point of the island will we escaped the flames. If they're just zooming across the middle of the island to the other side but I suspect it. I'm afraid that you're not gonNA have that. Here's the answer. Okay you take a piece of wood from the fire. That's currently burning you heison hasten across to the other side of the island and come one hundred yards inland enlighten other fire. You then retreat into the forest while it burns towards. It's the edge of the island and Burns out that Peter Forest. Meanwhile the fire has arrived yet. You then go into the burned-out bit because you've created a break and you sit in there quite safe to eat your Apple Regional Bible until so rescue comes on some afraid. I'd like to thinking but that wasn't the right answer. Br.

"qna" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"qna" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Still to come how much energy is the Internet costing us what might be the environmental consequences of that before at the? Here's the next part of our guests. Who Game Clue one was that this animal sounds like this and clue too? Who is these animals? Sleep a lot about twice as much as US humans and they live between ten and fifteen years on average. Anyone any the wiser here yet. And if you're not in the studio any ideas. HP Sophie through and you Oh okay so fi reconciled while you ponder further. So if can you enlighten us. nearly PR forms wondering about glowworms and says how declare worms glow and health going for. Okay Soglo M's a really interesting interesting. They're actually a beetle and we got them in the UK and it's the female that does the glowing so she doesn't typically transform. She doesn't transform typical typical way into an adult. Says she looks like lava but a heavily armored sort of Try a bite type creature about two and a half centimeters long and she produces the glow below. The male looks like typical beetle and his attracted to her. So he'll fly through the night and and be drawn in by her glow now she produces a chemical called Lucifer on which is fantastic. Then reaction with oxygen this producers with glow so what we call bioluminescence biologically produced as light now. glowworms don't actually feed as an adult so they metamorphose into the adult form and they don't have mouth parts. They do not need to eat at at this point all they need to do is find a mate and mate with one another so she's kind of stuck she's relying on reserves that she's built up as lava she's is left about two years as a lover actually eating to make sure she's got enough reserves to produce this chemical reaction once mated that that's all she needed so she will I use has spam fertilize her eggs and she will stop claiming. She doesn't need to anymore. She will hopefully find mate if not she might run out of energy and she might have to stop glowing but the mound back on the subject of eggs they really like female that a glaring strongly. 'cause they're big. They contain lots of eggs. So he you can't get lots and lots of offspring sign if they if they can afford to glow very brightly their welfare. Lots of energy probably a healthy female. Isn't it more likely to have healthier offspring indeed and also. I'm generally a bit larger. So her what they call the London. Which is the section of optimum that glows will be bigger on a bigger female and bigger female bigger body? I like that. Thank you very much so far so there you go shedding some light on. How clean wounds were Richard from glowing glowworms to rockets that go screeching through the sky? Can you answer this one force from Amalia. What is the maximum speed for a rocket that is for human to experience? Okay that's the wrong question Christian. Come on what's wrong question the second. We're actually traveling life ost right now so I had to write these down because I work some of these out as well so they might. That'd be wholly accurate so the earth rotates at six hundred miles an hour so we're currently on the earth going six hundred miles an hour because we're on the earth we're also going six hundred miles an hour. The the earth speeding around the sun as seventy thousand miles per hour so we are also speeding around the sun at seventy thousand miles the sun speeding through the galaxy at at four hundred and fifty thousand miles which means we're also spending at four hundred fifty thousand miles an hour so actually we can go very very fast. The the Qu- question is acceleration kind of human stand. So that's when you come in to g forces and the idea of the amount times gravitate so you can withstand so typically a rocket as the Soyuz rocket which is what astronauts used to get to the International Space Station doesn't that she accelerate that much. It's about three or four G. that maximum going up to the space station coming back. It's pretty more unpleasant. It's kind of near five G. but not for very long period of time. So that's fine. We know from experiments done in the nineteen fifties by colonel. John Stop a military doctor. He did experiments on himself as all good doctors should do. He attached himself to a rocket powered sled and spelling this track and then braked patiently to see what g forces for pilots. What g-forces pilots could endure the most? He went up to bursting blood vessels in his is in the process but actually suffering no serious injury other than that was twenty. Cj did he decelerate with his head towards the direction of travel or away. Because this makes a difference because it makes us with blood goes away from your brain and you get blackout account or towards your brain and you get socal read out his. He was on a chair on a sled. I guess the etc going through his chest through his body the same astronauts. The reason they lie down on couches the forces are going through your body rather than straight down through your head which is you want to avoid the US you get this idea. Blackouts astronauts also wear to to avoid that and pilots. Do I mean they have far greater g forces pressure suits and they pushed the blood towards the head. So you don't black out you don't be unconscious when you're flying a jet fighter so returning to the question which was what's the best of rocket go in terms of Speed actually that doesn't matter. It's the acceleration that matters and the acceleration is. What is the g you're GONNA feel? And so what would be a comfortable G for a human to feel when I'm taking off on an aeroplane wall sort of g forces. Nothing nothing really. So that's what I want basically craft. I mean it's interesting because actually the best spacecraft for comfort was absolutely the space shuttle not too bad on the way up and coming down. It's sort of circled it. Luton Luton Luton to lose energy as it came down to Earth and as it did that it was quite a gradual deceleration whereas the Soyuz again G. forces going up. Uh not see bad. Coming back is pretty horrendous. I've heard it described as like going over Niagara Falls in a barrel but a barrel. That's on fire. What a wonderful wonderful picture? Thanks very much Richard. The naked scientists podcast is produced in association with Spitfire Cost Effective Voice Internet and engineering engineering services the UK.

"qna" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"qna" Discussed on Opening Arguments

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"qna" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"qna" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"He really mean to crime though like maybe if we let him know crime for like a week and then crimes then it's fine by the way that they can append comments can say okay this came to my desk. I'm forwarding it to you because the law says I have to but but but does not say that the acting deny and there is no director of national intelligence goes of course there isn't I like fifteen major cabinet level positions are vacant right now and are filled with people that have never been confirmed by Congress by the Senate so that's for this the director of National Intelligence was I'm blanking on name is an Indiana senator Senator Blevins I'm pretty sure it was Dan coats right and a long-standing establishment guy pretty hawkish it would be no fan of the show but again not a howler monkey not a crazy person somebody you know respected coats resigned like a monk before and then so the acting deny was literally on the job for like a week and I don't know I said this on the episode this is getting to the right like we've never had one of these about the president so I didn't know which which I think you pointed out was Kinda nonsense and it is but but I I do kind understand when you're the deputy guy and it's like your first day in the chair all of a sudden it's like oh by the way like the most monumentous decision and I don't know if acting McGuire really intended to commit a crime and cover stuff up here if you want to pick why isn't this guy arrested like Corey Lewandowski that'd be a real good one to pick right like that guy should be arrested to show and I'm one hundred percent serious right like to show up and testify before Congress and basically like kick your feet up and eat an apple in the testimony that was below and beneath the call of duty you take arresting how they're helping guys look their best if you haven't yet it is time to see what they're all about here's the problem sixty six percent of men start to lose their hair by age thirty five once you've noticed thinning hair it can be too late so is that hairline slowly starting to move backwards ball spot yet the best way to prevent hair loss is you something about it while you still have some it's time to get a handle on this precious locks I ask you do you WanNa bald spot to pop up or your hairline seed or do you want to do something about it first and here's the thing guys turn to weird solutions or do nothing when they can turn to medicine and science we're fans of medicine in science here on the show for him Dot Com.

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"qna" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

14:59 min | 1 year ago

"qna" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"It all right anyone have a question for Andrew here we go somebody here no you're pointing mm-hmm oh Duh I forget every time yeah what's your question obligatory question one from truce go this is Andrew had asked on twitter to share his gene Scalia story Oh so meetings are you someone else's question Theresa I want L. Theresa Chris I'm just kidding okay what is what is the question for Gene Kelly yet gene Scalia so Eugene Scalia son of the late fully departed former Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia works for I think he's still there but but when I encountered I'm he worked for a big firm Covington style firm called Gibson Dunne and Crutcher in downtown Washington DC and Gibson Dunne represented the defendant in one of the few plaintiffs cases that I did while I was at a big firm and this was I've told a little bit of the story before this is one of the worst in fact pieces that I've ever had a case this was a guy who was an accountant for a multinational billion dollar accounting firm right and they transferred him to the Philippines over his objections and and he was kidnapped off the street in the Philippines which is currently happens to Thursday seriously apparently that that happens a lot and then so that's real bad and then and then the the firm decided that they were going to intervene in the hostage negotiations right the kidnappers were like center uh letter to to my client's family and said Hey we want you to pay one hundred thousand dollars which was a lot but he was like yeah right you know the the the his his wife was like yeah we'll we'll pay that tomorrow I will borrow money will do it and the firm was like we got perfect we got trade wind hostage negotiators here so we're not gonNA know don't pay exactly from diehard right Hans Yobe Yeah it really is yeah this was the guy that name not Elliott but it was anyway so it might be that anyone no we did we should bring one diehard special host every show right now Brian write that down for me anyway so the firm went in and low ball was like well we'll pay you twenty thousand and so in response what the kidnappers did was this was described in the complaint has cut off a portion of his ear so I want you to think about what you would think about for that and I watched the video that they sent they again movie like right sent the box with half of his ear and this videotaped his family and the video we'll go to thirty thousand the video came on and and he is bound and he has a gag shoved in his mouth and he's screaming right and it and it says muffled herb and then the kidnapper comes over with Kit Black handled kitchen she I write goes in the middle halfway in the middle of this year and as I'm sorry I should have done I don't really need this is really this really as the they cut through all of a sudden like I had to throw off the headphones because the screaming went uh yeah it was it was definitely don't if I'm ever kidnapped can you just repair that money don't take kid napping advice from anyway and and so our entire case was basically like that we're going to play that up to a jury and the jurors are who suing somebody suing the so my client I write sued the accounting arm that interfered in the kidnapping this they should have they should have and the accounting firm hired Gibson Dunne and crutcher and they tied us up for four years with all sorts of bullshit procedural like the first thing was well this should obviously it come under Worker's compensation right which was like yeah well which was will pay for one a medical visit they were going to pay like two hundred and thirteen caller or docking as vacation days while he was and so the ultimately like I dealt with the Gibson don lawyers who are first rate Covington style like top of their Class Ivy League university and it was a pleasure to kick their ass at every stage when we had the appeal before the DC circuit on the workers COMP all of a sudden gene Scalia added his name to the top of the pleadings he was a partner Gibson Dunne at the time and took over the oral argument and his oral argument was essentially like well. You know your honor I'm Gene Scalia like my my dad's on the Supreme Court and my dad said I should in this case you'll do that Iran I mean I'm not kidding it was one hundred percent like or sent in to try and convince the panel well like you don't want my daddy to overrule you and uh three Oh in the DC circuit right so James Scalia talentless hack nepotism and so of course he's been nominated by Donald trump to the feather Wow let's murderer question anybody let's go era just jump into recording when you guys start your show or do you guys do show between each other and what's that like no we pretty much just jump in I mean we we usually chat I usually complain about something and Andrew learn listened to sympathetically because I've some some broke or some audio piece we're not working I'm mad and then he's like okay I'm really sorry about that anyway let's go and then we got that's pretty much we do we do fill out the whiteboard and so what I'll do is put on the White Board you know this is the story for the second Segment as Thomas alluded to in in recent weeks like the B segment will be like it's Yo mountain and then I'll have like eleven number Adams on the list but but but yeah now we jump in that way except for Friday show the one that aired today yeah we recorded on Wednesday where we're Thomas Message me like twelve minutes beforehand and he was like no I gave you well yeah you're sorry right twelve I thought I'd give you warning I realized that I had the wrong date in my calendar and we're recording that day I thought reporting the next day my fault you're right sorry and he's like and how the PG shut up power for million people about this and I was like can you lie or something me some law for it yeah sometimes I think I need to move to like across all around the world once and then also more in a time zone so I'm like thirty four hours ahead of you because the problem is the west coast I mean we all know we're all here and some of you probably live around here as big dodgers fans and stuff like we like it's hard because he's up all ready I'm sure you're you're up earlier than I am because you're a lawyer and you still do lots of stuff and that's three hours ahead of us so I wake up in the whole world of news already happen so I usually I'm just trying to play catch up and then we record like the coast man is west coast killing me but yeah all right next question how let's go over Uh Vara game players of the game sorry for feeling that by the way so it's still love you there is a lot offline movie or just general deep dive topic is are there any movies are topics that you vehemently disagree on covering and if so why you like him and I disagree with each other in covering or oh well injury kept wanting to do really amazing comedy movies for a lot of movies and I was like I yeah make jokes about a perfect movie I'll just be like yeah that's funny cool they are great And so that was that was several arguments early on and then I think Andrew Maybe realized all right on that one maybe a little bit I don't recall ever taking that side you want to do my cousin vinny it's too he's been against doing my cousin vinny precisely that reason I'm getting sick we have this for Pena you turn over the there's one that I feel like we could talk about I'm probably not thinking of what you're talking about so there is and really this is just I think we both want to do this but there's no tasteful way to do it there is an unbelievably awful socially disgusting movie from Nine Hundred Eighty six called soul man I don't know if you've ever yeah and it is c Thomas Howell at the height of Thomas in Blau no that is guys to everybody knows who see Thomas Thomas Sowell he was he was associated with the Brat Pack. Yeah sorry it's C Thomas Howell in black face playing a white guy in black face who gets in Harvard on affirmative action so it is yeah it's so it's got to Harvard thing it's got horrible law it's got it's gotta be uh-huh terribly regressive social message affirmative action doesn't work that way you assholes right and like I really really want to rip this movie a new one and you think probably like yeah it would be super uncomfortable to do this say one thing unfortunately we have one person here who knew me back when I was a conservative an asshole now asshole I'm just not conservative but Yeah I wish somebody in college and in high school when I thought I was all against limited action because it was unfair to white people I wish I wanNa just take me and done the thing in movies like you slap the woman was like trying to talk and then she realizes like thirty and I shouldn't talk you're right or whatever they done that to me and been like hey dummy more white people get into Harvard based on their parents then all of the affirmative action slots that are ever available fucking idiot done that and be like I didn't know that because white people don't know that because we are ignorant about these things oftentimes that is absolutely true the number of just legacy admissions far outnumbers the total number of black people at Harvard total number forget like they're all affirmative action which they're not that's a fact and I didn't know that because I was ignorant and just thought of it now because some stupid black-faced movie that we're not going to get so if anybody has a time machine please go do the thing I just said with the slapping in circa two thousand three or whatever for all right next question straight here we'll get to the sides next throw the catching up do these all need to be practical questions because it seems to be the theme the more impractical the better I have no other show I'm just curious with the whole whistle blower thing that I feel like you like three years ago but you know the whistleblower rounded up to an edgy right excuse me if I forget all the names of people I see and then that went to someone else right who had to hand over papers to Congress and took key waited more than seven days or whatever the thing the time limit was why can't like a police Sir just arrest him for breaking the law like like why you know like we can find no reason to arrest like black people forever why why can't this guy get arrested I totally appreciate the speed of that one and you're gonNA answer it but I also think it goes to the theme we've talked about which is I mean thrown in jail if a politician commits a crime we're like well but did the accurate description of how the system works it's not an inaccurate description of how the system works in this case however and I think I said this on the episode of the show when the so so what happened under the under the International Whistleblower Protection Act is The the whistle blower filed his complaint it goes to the Inspector General the International Community Inspector General who was the person who looked at it and I said Holy Shit and does the investigation and that person has a separate time not looking at the statutes I don't want to get the numbers doc but that person has a set period of time I believe is fourteen days to make a determination as to whether that complaint is serious and credible he did so at that point the statute then uses the words must and shall says he the I G shall turn the complaint over to the director for National Intelligence and then the director of national intelligence must forward complaint to the House of Congress to whom it is directed hase close if it is as case closed as as the law can be and it says.

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"qna" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"qna" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Hey folks I'm here to do a little housekeeping for you let you know what the schedule is because we just are coming off of a really fun amazing live show in L. A. it was it was just an absolute blast and I have to tell you I don't WanNa rub it in but platinum night with Andrew cooking for us was even better than I could have imagined it was so fun today is the QNA section of that live show it was just about an hour in itself and we wanted to get that out I you know could be because I think it was probably the most timely thing you know people had questions about the news and stuff like that I think it'll be really good I hope you enjoy it I want to also say if you're a patron we're going to go ahead and give you Access to the entire live show right now so if you're a patron at Patriot dot com slash law I hope that means you have the Patriot feed in your podcast make sure you do and so you should be hearing this appended to the entire live show now that does mean we were trying to find the best way to do this that does mean that in the future there's going to be a few things that you've already heard because we're going to use some of the live show content for later Tuesday episodes but our plan is to try to mix in some bonus patron only content to sort of make up for that so that you're you're still getting fresh new stuff each week so that's our plan there was so much Carey and Matthew were amazing I can't wait till you get to hear that it was a lot of fund thanks to everyone who came and I hope you enjoy this without said for normies it's a gin on over to the Q. and A. and keep in mind there's also still the Patriot thanks and the t three answer from last week that'll be at the end of the show for patrons enjoyed the entire two plus our live show hope you enjoy immunity serious like it's like the love twist any great trial suggests that we give them ten years or eleven I'll tell you what I'll do I'll take five and it was like this might not by honor don't you we all went to come down here and defending against these my side is the blood slugging Loria.

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"qna" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"qna" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"But I'm saying, but it was interesting because then everyone else sort of copied not the ball gag. But like everyone else went that direction. So we'll see if it was sorry. So everyone went that direction. And I think it was not the worst direction to go on for journalists. But I do think that now everybody's kind of like everyone suddenly is making. It's like making avocado toast, like everyone's making avocado toast and not everybody makes great avocado toast. I think it's hard honestly to make a bad avocado the genius about. But the one thing I do want sound I can tell that we're supposed to Toews. Right. Let me just say one thing before moved to QNA, which is something that was really interesting to me to see when I was at the post was that you could write the same story as news, news analysis and opinion. Yeah. It was just like you were just saying that there's some people think this is a shitty deal. Right. Like critics say Comcast deal is terrible. And then there's like. The kind of kind of bland but still like dues analysis colon. Comcast deal has problems. And then like, then there's like a pin? Like, Comcast sucks. Right. Like, and you could write the same thing. They're places like who you quoted and what what order it went in. That was always really interesting to me. And I always thought that in the traditional way, we did it we made it too hard for the new side to tell the truth and too easy for the opinion side to lie. But now, I think we also sometimes epipens gotten so easy and thick out there that we don't do enough of the stuff that was behind a lot of that news. It was like good process. Even if there wasn't always good product. And I think we don't want. I don't want the old even-handed news product. But I do want to bring more of that process into. It's really good point. Sponsored by fund rise. The future of.

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"qna" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"qna" Discussed on Recode Decode

"But I'm saying, but it was interesting 'cause then everyone else sort of copied not the ball gag. But like everyone else went that direction. It was sorry. So everyone went that direction. And I think it was not the worst direction to go in for journalists. But I do think that now everybody's kind of like everyone suddenly is making it's like making abakada toast, like everyone's making avocado toast and not everybody makes great avocado toast. I think it's hard honestly to make a bad avocado. That's like the genius of that. But the one thing I do want sound I can tell that we're supposed to. Toast. Right. Let me just say one less thing before moved to QNA, which is something that was really interesting to me to see when I was at the post was that you could write the same story as news, news analysis and opinion. Yeah. It was just like you were just saying that there's some people think this is a shitty deal. Critics say Comcast deal is terrible. And then there's like the kind of like kind of bland, but still like dues analysis colon. Comcast deal has problems. And then like, then there's like a pin? Like, Comcast sucks. Right. Like, and you could write the same thing. They're places like who you quoted and what what order it went in. That was always really interesting to me. And I always thought that in the traditionally, we did it we made it too hard for the new side to tell the truth too, easy, for the opinion side to lie. But now, I think like we also sometimes epipens gone so easy and thick out there that we don't do enough of the stuff that was behind a lot of that news. There was like good process. Even if there wasn't always good product. And I think like we don't want. I don't. The old even handed news product. But I do want to bring more of that process into it really point. We're gonna take another break. Now, we'll be back after.

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"qna" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"qna" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"No, I've had over five hundred people on my show, and the people you think, oh, they're just pop stars or whatever they all have a story of getting through some major drama to be with a are. That's why I love talking with people because they always surprise you. They're there for a reason it's because they've paid the cost. These are all really really good points. In fact, I'm dealing with something a couple of things a little little bit of resistance of this week is we put together a live event that we've got coming up this weekend. And initially, I was a little frustrated. Of course, nobody wants to face the resistance. But I started thinking about a little bit more. And I thought to myself, you know, this is a good thing. This is going to make this event better. It's gonna make us more prepared. It's going to enhance future events and to your point about suckers. It's going to keep those people out. I know for example, when I have a conversation with guys like you and these other guys that the both of us have been able to get on the show and have conversations with just by default of their success. I know that they are people who are willing to push past this resistance, and frankly, a higher caliber and quality of person because they aren't deterred by some challenges and some hurdles that come up because they're willing to break through them. Yeah. It builds character. And honestly, you can see it on your face, and you can see in your posture. And if you've ever been in a room with somebody who has faced through resistance and gone through it, you just know it it's actually deepen their souls, and it's very commun- effect. And that's why you know, when you're around a really solid kind of alpha male figure that has been. Been there done that it feels good to be around that because you know, it's someone who has a strong character and even back to the olden days that can get you through a tough situation as a leader or even as a team member, it's really important to do that. And also, I'll say one more thing something I teach my students all the time in the academy is when you're feeling resistance and frustration. You're actually building intellectual property, and that's a great way to look at what's happening. So for you live events. Don't get me started. I mean, I just had two hundred people come to a movie premiere, and it was insane. It was insane. So when all that's happening. You're actually building I p because now, you know, how to run into vent now, you know, how to coordinate things how to deal with things all of that stuff. How to even remain combine your own emotions when all things going crazy and had a look like a boss player when you jump up on the stage. Like, you do this every day. That's all intellectual property. You're building the next time. It's easier easier easier we had our fourth premier this weekend. And I was actually able to enjoy it and have fun. It's always good to remind yourself that. That's what's happening, and we have. To do difficult things every single day. That's how we progress as humans, and so just get used to it. Yeah. I mean, I like the concept that you talked quite a bit about which is earning it that you don't get to just have what you want. You have to go out there and earn it. And so for your ability this past premier to be able to sit down and enjoy that premier that was earned that wasn't just something that was handed to or given to you is earned through trial and hardship and adversity in the fire that you had to deal with and the previous events that you did. Yeah. And I always say true professional makes it look easy for me. That's kind of advanced game. That's kind of black belt level stuff for even what you and I do or an any profession is just make it look easy. I think that's when it's really gangster. And so if you were to come to that premier it probably looks like we do these every weekend. Everything's role in smooth everyone smiling, we're on stage. The movie comes off. It's flawless the QNA's there. And it's like that means that you've really done the work..

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"qna" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"qna" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"See is that nothing has happened as fast nothing that we've really seen happens as fast as what we are currently observing that rate of change that makes the anthropogenic the manmade effective climate change different. Not Joe which has always happened and will continue to always happen with our signal on top of it. Thank you for that joins Laura. Let's move over to you. So fi has been in touch on Facebook. And once you can help out with this when cheering them. Monthly cycle. Women. Most fertile well most women average twenty eight day cycle. Some ladies have slightly short cycles and some have slightly younger cycles and most ladies of late about halfway through that cycles around about day fourteen so from facility spec, did we would usually recommend regular sexual intercourse from around about day ten because sperm lasts five to seven days an egg baloney last of one to two days maximum, so ladies mainly fertile from probably about day fourteen of their cycle round about day. Twenty one of their cycle is all to do with of elation occurring day fourteen. But what about if a person doesn't have a regular cycle because what the data you've given us a seems persons knows where they are in that cycle. So what happens then so for us? We might recommend that you have some scans can see what's happening to see whether the follicle production is going on within your cycle. Patients can try using Luton ising home sticks. Sixes surge kits. As they're called. You can buy over the counter pay on a stick. And it tells you whether your of your lighting or not ladies, then aren't detecting that they may need some help with something like Plum Athene reproduction of follicle stimulating hormone that usually occurs naturally. But isn't in those languages the chemical process of of Asian, and then obviously we would link gain with scanning. So that we can see that there is a follicle production as well. So what roughly what fraction of people do have a regular cycle. What fraction have irregular cycles sip, ruby one in six ladies have irregular cycles. That's quite a high high proportion Milli. I mean, we keep focusing again here on female factor. But actually forty percent of problems are male factor problems. Forty cent female twenty percent, sometimes it between the unknown. And all say is a mixture of two quite often appears that patients drawn together if both have an info having infertility issue. Well. James, you're gonna say, yeah. I was going to you're talking about of kits. You can buy buy over the counter. Do you put any stock in smartphone apps sort of suggest your facility in the cycle? There's lots out there now which help you track cycle. They would recommend the track your temperature because there's a slight temperature rise when you feel late there is now bit like fit bits and things like that. They're now out there for facility as well. It's a it's a big of up and coming burgeoning market within that side of things as well. And help. They find that useful. Or do you think it just helps Buddha focus their mind they plan in place. And so they tend to stick to it, which means more light successful. And for some patients. It's really helpful. It gives them through focus for others. It just absolutely adds to the stress of the situation, and we would recommend that they go and seek help from a specialist go and see the GP speak to tilting us in those those lots of things out there to help. And actually the apps are useful. But I think sometimes for patients who are really struggling. It's not the best thing really adds to their stress. Some people use these apps because they don't wanna get pregnant is a risky strategy. Then I would say it's a very risky. Thank you very much on.

"qna" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

Ctrl Alt Delete

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"qna" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

"It will resonate with people in both places definitely sparked fighting of writing and he's very good so just loft lay before we go to acuna i mean i say qna could just be thoughts about the film that we can own locked together but if anyone listening this is going out in the poll cost as well wants to move to a different city oh they've been thinking about it for a while or is just something that they sometimes daydream abou i mean what would your advice spe kind of one single bit of advice if anyone's thinking about uh to sink pit fn vice would be to do it because i think there are a lot of people who as you say dream and fantasize and daydream about life in another cac and i think if he's gone as far as that fantasy than this an element of your personality that is yawning to be somewhere else and i think indulge it and if you can afford to um just take that leap because it can be terrifying and even if you fail and you have to crawl harm in a couple of weeks or a month um i think it can be the most sort of world expanding both literally and figuratively experience that you can have especially as someone onto thirty who has the freedom and the selfishness where afforded when we don't have kids in a family if that happens to be a personal circumstance i'm kind of like so i know i'm being selfish just like you know sleeping in on weekends and travelling the world and doing what i want to do before i have that kind of responsibility in moving cities was part of that so i would just encourage anyone to give it a go.

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"qna" Discussed on The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn

The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"qna" Discussed on The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn

"In other words i make this statement and then cdl bria disagree than i make another statement the you read a series of the shows about them and not the guest the guest is a prop i never had i never went on the air with an agenda i never went on the air saying boy am i gonna get this guy why not i was little learn gavin agendy nothing learn in my opinion i don't learn anything when i watched shows in which the host and his guest our of one point of view and that's the whole thing you know so whether it's bill o'reilly with at odds conservative or rachel meddle with an arch lebrun ruined i noted rachel meadow stands for this in her guest stands for that and they both agree that's now learning process to me it's not a real qna a real qna takes me understood in the heart of a person how people react to things was it like to be president and sinn that some to war mr late at night when you get a statistic suit one hundred thirty two killed today and he's sleep you're you're describing it as of an exercising curiosity visit partly an exercise in embassy in just emily the area has like pd houston off the great actor tony likes being interviewed because she gets to think about things he doesn't think about our walk around thinking about things you've just ask me put a foursome me think about them and therefore i enjoy it i liked as much as i like asking questions are being asked if they're good questions and causes me to be fought for.

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