20 Burst results for "Rauscher"
7 Social Media Tools for 2020
"We're gonNA talk about seven social media tools for twenty twenty twenty and beyond because we want to arm you with all the crazy desk or help you really manage all the craziness around social media because there's a lot going on and so I'll start off first number one I really like using sprout social sprout social is great for keep accountability on my teams of the reporting is really good social media. You can integrate with your limited pages your instagram pages. Also whatever else you have going on twitter facebook etc so that's good it also allows you due to kind of manage your different profiles so social media management tool but I think it's strong point is reporting so if you have a need to get more granular reporting or simple reporting. I recommend taking a look at sprout social. How often do you use spouse social like I probably use it like twice a week twice a week? It has made a huge difference for you. Yeah that's a big lake. Dow We could detect patterns. That were just like okay. Let's do more of this on social. So it's it's been a pretty pretty big guiding post for us all right so another social media toll that you guys should end up using especially in twenty twenty is either either many chat or mobile monkey you WanNa end up building your messenger lists as quick as possible. It's going to be more competitive in the future and Sacha GonNa get more and more are expensive as well. So this is the time might open. Rates Through Messenger are higher than e mail. It's one of the best channels out. There unsubscribe rates are really high. But that's okay okay. This is a subscriber rates are really high as well. But overall another beginning traffic from Messenger those visits are converting into leads and customers for us as well and it works extremely well for e commerce to all right number. Three is in grammar so in grab I N. G. R. A. M. E. R. dot com. What I like about Grammar is it tells you the right Hashtags to pick with instagram? And I can tell you I literally just wrote a post last week and usually by its. I don't have a huge grab maybe forty seven hundred followers followers or something like that but I put a post up. There took the Tebbit's to come up with it. I put in Hashtag using it. grabber and I got like six hundred eighty seven likes or something and the reach jumped up to like twenty one thousand so not bad for such a small grab account like vied at the gas just proof that hashtags actually work another quick easy. Social media to offer for you is Canada. INSTAGRAM is really popular. It's GonNa keep growing actually think it's going to overtake facebook day. Just my hypothesis. Because it's more personal most people I know who really WanNa see what their friends and family are doing. They do it on instagram now. They don't really do it on facebook so speaking of instagram. If you WANNA create content for for a check out Canada it makes it really simple to create content images all for free cool and then the fifth one. I'm going to give is is to buddy so I like to buddy for Youtube because it tells you keyword difficulties tells you tags you should be using it shows you the top tags for maybe a video that you might be looking at you might be looking at competitors for ideas. It's just an entire suite. There's a lot that you could do with it. Added shows you growth rates at different things like that for channel so if you need a sweet to cut got a bad juror your YouTube Just used to buddy all right another one I have for you guys is bid Iq. So I love Youtube. Youtube has a ton of potential. The second most popular search engine out there vid- I Q will help you maximize your youtube traffic. It'll tell you all the right keywords to target. which ones should be placing being in your titles? You're descriptions it just think of like a Sim. Rauscher a drafts or uber suggest wanting those tools but just for Youtube Youtube optimization and thus Kua help you do all right number seven so if you are thinking about starting to podcasts at all which I think you should If you have anything to say and I think you're smart Mari. If you're listening to death so you do have something to say. There's always seven hundred thousand podcast in the world. There's over a billion blogs in the world but what I like about spotify if you're civita gear at your podcast spotify to it's free to do it's not like you get you lose your reach by submitting to multiple platforms but spotify gives you good demographic data on you know your your audience shows you how many followers you have shoes you. What your your audience Ted Solicitude and that gives you good guidance? I in terms of what you WANNA do. We look at it from time to title free to do. Just go to spotify podcasts. At that You can basically go ahead and add it
"rauscher" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks
"Yes but anyway sexy Lexi what have you been doing I've been raising okay yeah because ever since the right Rauscher said actual winter or in explaining to the people that don't know Yeah Oh okay I'm from Louisiana from Michigan so our winter is not like the winters of here like when aid drops Winter Okay we do when he knows knows like yes it would snow wave real life now now I do I know it's no August listen okay slush basically the president is but it's still snowed it might not be like inches and feet of snow but it's still snow but it's only snow three times I don't even know it doesn't get really that cold but it gives sometimes get cold where it's like really foggy in the grass is like has like Iceland Ross lies yeah but are old back home is like me when it drops down like the eighties irs something like that maybe something that if it's below like nine names Oh yes punter in twenty hundred that's but no it just really my cold is like I get cold XLII someone that's ever dropped all of a sudden I was freezing got wind burn hot chocolate did not help it was really good but it did not help we're GONNA be miserable yeah that's I'm not GonNa make it I'm going to hibernate hibernate guy because to if from what they're saying is true a winner this year is going to be just as bad if not worse than last year and we got to like negative twenty thirty degrees so that was a whole week that team money and I were snowed into the house calls the entire winter white entire state shut down for a week I'm GonNa say my goodbyes now aw our family I love you if I don't make it back home next year blame mother nature in the winter because I'll probably be buried in the snow you should probably get your care in order you wrote up whatever personal possessions look I've been freezing that's really trying to stay warm like that is my main goal is to stay warm because I have not been warm it's going to be bad it's GonNa be real family a love you friends back home from me they should because as you were going to die I'm just telling I told her this week yet by snow think I get a paycheck this week well I get at least my one from my last I think I get the other one was well where you're talking so great about how you feel about this job like they do pay they pay me but I get a pay week for this job is actually a week after also.
"rauscher" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"More about you or your content check out your own channels and always excellent delinked beck and this has helped me to get a lot a lot a lot of use. My hacker brain just goes well. I guess you could always go get a v._p._n. Go create a a youtube account in russia. Just clone your own account over and over and over again in every country by switching different i._p. Address using a v._p._n. Absolutely you're probably going on on this. You would need to leverage our rec abuse on all these channels because i'm the beginning. That's the rabbit hole again. You start out with nothing like the most. I think the most difficult thing is to get the first thousand subscribers and then that's reason when you use other channels like that have assisting families like let's say like five ten twenty thousand subscribers and you basically directly introduced your video to their audience. You can have a directly a lot of data appoints and other abuse and then youtube starts to rank your video passer antigen in man. I don't know if you wanna start learning russian the portuguese and making sure i guess you could hire people over there but higher that portion of but that's that's really interesting. I've never heard anybody say but it makes perfect sense and i know i've seen it when i traveled other countries you see kind of like a different youtube logo with spain will have like e._s. I think it says yea like oh wow. This is completely different. It looks the same but i was thinking oh. They're duplicate like video issue but maybe not if if you said you know they're kind of had their own ecosystem so i guess why not i am a list of links for example. My video still way got over fifty million views in general on several channels combined just on my channel. It got fifty million views but i have like a one in russia. I think three million by naral the tide channel a six million than i have the same video on vietnamese channel and of course probably some channels. I don't even know because my video went viral and i don't like just like some people sending the links. When are they discovered and so his wife on i'll be a son that and then i started to contact but it's like i don't exchange a problem you became concepts with your video is the content. Is all music doc or is there speaking as well like i haven't makes like i let my most popular are just my own music like thing guitar stuff as solo mistake but i do have some tutorials as well where i teach this kind of <hes> style and of course the kind of promote my <unk> academy as well and yes yeah so it's kind of a makes. The reason i'm asking is because you know youtube now actually transcribes the videos in the background right so when you upload a video where you're speaking they tried we transcribe it using automation as best as they can and i'm almost wondering if the strategy you just talked about works well because your music as opposed to <hes> speaking like the videos that are probably getting shared a lot and other countries or more music videos versus speaking videos because you can't transcribe the speaking being in the background right like they can't transcribe you speaking so there couldn't duplicate content penalty because there's no there's no speaking for view tube to compare. Does that make sense that makes sense. I'm just quite sure if it's just a bald night the <hes> the patients the translation or if it's like i'm like for example <hes> zam something worse that had just analyzed the audio file who would be the same music and spoken content because it's just like the patterns patterns all the wave the wave of more of the audio that makes sense yeah. I guess they could be checking it that way to the youtube are smart scientists over over there. We can't work with them. That is cool man. No that's fascinating. Thanks for being so open with like everything you do. They're on the youtube what's era. What's your plan with youtube..
"rauscher" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"Initial. She'll traction happen. How did you initially get discovery channel. The first i hit like for example ten thousand views was our when i uploaded my first video memories and i basically asked the channels and back then the facebook pages had really a good organic reach and i reached out to them and ostlund to share yeah my if they wanted to share my video and then more and more pages chad my videos and then it kind of <hes> kept on going like this <hes> <hes> snowball effect a lot of people shared it and then the algorithm from youtube was catching up and noticing that i had not like high watch time <hes> <hes> and at their videos kind of popular and then you've stopped showing your videos to others as well and from then on basically at really hit offset think in the beginning it's really compartment to yet create some momentum some people even by which i don't necessarily recommend to do because if you buy for example fake abused by nas just for three or five or ten seconds or whatever but on youtube it's all about the watch time so you can't really trick the algorithm you have to you like cape like half your audience what you videos like for more than fifty or sixty percent and then you cheek will recommend you really because one. The important thing about youtube is what a lot of people don't know that the most off the traffic comes from youtube recommending or suggesting your videos to abbott people that might be interested in that so it's not as much as s._e._o. Staff <hes> you can be found on youtube as well but really the power of youtube. It's a when youtube starts to recommend <hes> recommending your videos to others and that's in that basically happens by people watching past like a certain percentage percentage of your videos versus like like you were saying if someone buys a view it might only get them like a a one second view that facebook does youtube doesn't even really recognized ignites as of you but if you get organic views than they may watch fifty sixty plus percent and that's what youtube is looking for absolutely but even if you just have like twenty ninety seconds ten seconds or whatever it's not that youtube thousand recognized that view even pellet penalized because it's like irks your audience retention attention and then youtube sees that you videos relevant because the other three minute video by people leap is video off the twenty seconds you have a tricky low audience retention vassallo watch stein and then basically you can do whatever you want. Your video will not rank because youtube basically nose all metrics and so of course one thing is really important of that is of course quality like you have to put quality content out there but then the good thing is once you have this out there. It's like a like. Maybe a bit like a good article that is ranking really well like you even gang views of a time so it's not like instagram facebook where you push something out there and then after a few days the basically dead or gone and you have to applaud new staff like still my or my <hes> most popular video still awake it has around i think fourteen amino fifteen million views and it's still like it brings in so much traffic from me because youtube is still recommending this video because homes wealth so this this is of course like let's say the no brain that you have to put up the content then you still can do a lot to <hes> get your content seen and this for example to focus on the click nick through rate conversion which is really important so this out for example habit interesting tight built have <hes> a good thumbnail which is of course if you that say there's there's a <hes> suggests that video h and you have like ten videos. You want to be the video people click on nets of course ann o'brien as well and then you. I can do some really interesting stuff. It's like youtube is focused. Basically our senator ron chennai plasters so you notice that <unk> few. Let's say us thought watching. I don't know metallica video of sidon youtube is suggesting you similar videos and this is because once you channel your videos related i'm or belong to a certain channel plaster..
"rauscher" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"Them. Both let's talk to mice brad. Hey tobias welcome to the show. Hey thanks yeah man so we connect it a little while back. I think you actually reached out to us. Surge following some of our stuff and i hopped on your summit. You did back at the actually recorded it in bali like i remember the sun son was rising as the video. We were recording in the background. I was like oh you back in germany now. Which feels like brian so do you sleep. Sometimes i sleep. Yes do occasionally yeah so like when you reached out. I was like okay this guy and checked into what you're doing and you're very lifestyle you you have this. It seems like a perfect lifestyle business for yourself. You're very diversified so i'm like. This is an interesting dude. He's a new initiate your like one of the best guitarist i think i've ever heard so you're going to have and you have like thirty five million plus views and all your videos on mm youtube. Yes yeah like take us. I guess there's a lot of different rabbit holes. We're going to go down but give us some background. How'd you get started handed in all this whole lifestyle business and guitar and all that it's a right after my studies i kind of pounded startup in berlin and we go live some venture capital from some famous devi stations in germany and <hes> but still after three years we didn't get the follow up investment and we didn't reach our revenue goals and then i we had to close down the startup and for me. This was kind of <hes>. Actually i always wanted to start your own business and then at this company but i wasn't really happy with it. I felt really yet actually really trapped in your report investors all the time and there was a lot of pressure on my shoulders and having a team and being <unk> <unk> vulnerable team and i was more like i want to travel wanna be re. If i don't want to work for a month i don't yeah one to have to work and so author of my first endeavor help i decided to go more into this lifestyle business mall timothy ferriss stylish style and at that time i you generally took off and i got a lot of of us and then i was like okay i kind of need to monetize that traffic <hes> from that i get from youtube and then i founded my i own business with lead was totally independent. <unk> is an online guitar academy that still run and it's like a yeah like a membership side people pay monthly or yearly fee and this kind up really freaked me up and then <hes> sitting at home. You didn't have to do anything because money was coming in recovery and i started to travel around and focusing on new projects and this is how everything started in the beginning wow okay so i like the fact that he started with startups because we've been through that and we completely relate to the whole like you have to report to your investors in this tieman. It's almost like it's decision by committee is like what we've used to so we yeah we bailed out of that whole scene and went more lifestyle. Yeah i'm curious. I'm curious just kind of dive into the youtube stuff a little bit so you've got thirty five million. How many subscribers do you have on your youtube channel currently around three hundred thirty thousand three hundred thirty thousand so let's talk about how how how you built that youtube channel like. How did you get the initial momentum. I know in the beginning. You weren't monetize. You're you're putting great content out there but how did that initial..
Do the Warriors need Kevin Durant to beat the Blazers?
"Before going down with this strain right calf in game five of their series against the rockets. K D was averaging thirty four points in thirty nine minutes per game. The warriors were able to take care of the rockets and six about Katie the Richard. They need him to come back quickly to win this series against the blaze. No. And I'll say. With with the warriors only had to play good basketball. Right. And they could beat everyone else without him. They have to play great basketball, and they are capable of playing great basketball. So they don't need him. But the level of focus that they have to play with and their room for error, obviously Rauscher substantially, but if the warriors played great basketball, even without Katie they can still win a championship. I feel like with Steph smiling like you you kinda saw him. Look, they he knows that they need K D. But there was a little rice smile on steps face when he was doing what he was doing in Houston. Yeah. I mean, I remember talking to staff the first year that Kevin Durant got there. And there was a pride to him that he doesn't like to show us. Sometimes there's a, you know, if they didn't get Kevin Durant. Like, she still believes that he can go and be the guy that wants Seventy-three game without Kevin Durant. So I I think they're in this place now where they they believe they can beat the blazers. I think they would have a harder time in the finals if they get past Portland because they won't have the best player on the court. Right, right. If you're John. Janas or choi- if they don't get to if they get to the finals? I don't think they have the best player in the court and in years. Do you think he's do you think why this better than Hawaii? What I'll say this. I'll say that Steph before Katie got their one-two MVP. Right. And then he took a step back because Kevin Durant was so great. So I'm not ready to say that camping Durant off that team that Steph isn't a top two or top three player. Like you saw what he did in that second hand he had his worst half ever followed up by his best happy ever. So that lets you know that there's a lot more in their him and Claire both in their prime. Right. I agree. It's close clear both in their probably this series, though comes down to whether or not the warriors back court can stop the trailblazers back, quite right. And when we say words backwards. I don't mean. Stephan Klay, trying to stop Damian CJ. I mean, Andrea thank Klay matching up with CJ. Dave. And that is historically been a tough match-up for those. Yeah. No, it's going to be a great match up. I think the fact that both of these teams are banged up. Right. I think you've gotta give both of these teams a credit for being so greedy. So tough not worried about their team who's not healthy. We're just going to go out there and play our best basketball. And I think as a compliment to them the these two teams have two of the three top scoring back courts in the NBA warriors were second and the blazers were third Houston was number one. With James harden having this crazy season with that said when you encompass everything offense defense, the whole thing. How close are these two backwards? I think I still give the warriors. Yeah. Right. Because I'm I'm also including Andre Goodall in that. Because I I he he does take that defensive match up when they go against CJ it. I mean, it's it's closed. They've narrowed the gap, but you know, Klay Thompson as a two way player. I don't think there's anybody on the blazers who could match what he does Andrei as two way player.
"rauscher" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"In those moments, I freaked out a little bit and the time realized while that was exactly what was necessary for any of the listeners are parents. They'll understand exactly that when you get to certain placing, oh my God. This is so crazy. I can't go another staff. And then you do alert something about the process of creation. So they near for me. I made a lot of the safe think with being so reacted. When really what was happening was the normal at Aleutian caro- into new breed or -sition? I think that's a call out and listeners, I think this is a good message as you move forward in in your endeavors to to provide healthcare to improve outcomes whenever something happens that you're not expecting just think this is part of the process, accept it. And what comes from here will actually be something that's happening for you, not to you. And then it becomes an opportunity that helps you be stronger, and I take this message very very to heart Michael in appreciate you sharing. It actually doesn't take too much machination to bring out of the star enterprise environment and ask yourself. Major with your life in a series of rising, and then collapsing in rising in collapsing and being so caught up in the painting, grieve of difficulty. He almost can't remember what it was feel otherwise, but the key putting your feet in front of the keep taking steps or any keep learning all the sudden realize that without conflict there is no tomorrow. You can't get to that that feature that you weren't. So he gets you know, I think it's great. I think it's a really powerful message. And the other thing that it reinforces is the thought in it really jives really well into what you're doing is that the power of now, I was similar story. But a little bit different when I was in college. I went to volunteer at a hospice, and it was around the holidays, and we were putting together holiday carts. And so I'm sitting there, and I'm about to work on my first. One michael. And I'm like, what do I write like I'm so used to writing? Hey, you know, have a wonderful. Yeah. Help next year's awesome. You know what I mean? And so I'm in this place, where all of a sudden I'm forced to be in the now, and we spent so much time yesterday or tomorrow, and I just zoomed in and then I sort of gained an appreciation for the power. Now. I said, hey, you know, I remember my first letter that I wrote was enjoyed today. It's a beautiful day. It might be sunny. It might be windy, but everything is there for you. And it just note that I've never forgotten. And it's just kind of you polished it off with some of your thoughts right now. So thank you for that. And yeah listener so be present in the moment and make it work for you. And this is resisting care is severely position of Dr. Integrated into complicated crazy healthcare system healthcare financing system. Taking advantage of the economics of incenting outcomes that wish to get to rally fever service Rauscher which has strained our ability to grow better manage the wellbeing of our society mates. So by leveraging nineties payment and structuring our relationship to health has not in antique show, but actually alignment around that quadruple. Will no were pal in the same direction and were able to do what makes sense for the very individual people at were caring for vote is not about Albert protocols about being responsive letting people we care or define what success looks like for that. And then it turns out they're fallen goes up their satisfaction goes up and lo and behold, I give them an alternative in the emergency room in the hostile and their costs. Go down. Everybody's happy. Rocket science. I love it. No. It's great. It's so wonderful. So we've got some really cool ideas. Crank in here. Michael. Let's pretend you and I are building a medical leadership course on what the be successful today. It's the one or the ABC's of Dr Michael Friedkin? And so. Silvis right now for the list. Four questions lightning round and then finish up with a book you ready? Awesome. Awesome. What's the best way to improve healthcare outcomes is focused on aligning yourself with people who care for people doing the care center..
"rauscher" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball
"The philosophy drop. It's a matter of fact, when you say off speed stuff, I'm thinking are you counting fastballs as that? Because they were eighty nine nine on average in this game, which is three miles per hour down beneath just two seasons ago, which was down at self at the time. He did not look like Kershaw at all. But the final numbers did justify people trying to buy again. So I think maybe today is the day you cash you have one roster spot is it. Hey, suicide your Laar whose terrible or Joey Votto who for the first time in his long career thirty five hit a pop up out to the first base. He had never done that before love that fact, great stat but vodka showing no power. Even I admit this, look bad, and your you know, it's a bad start. But we've seen bad stores and he had thirty five home runs last year. Are you dropping either these guys I'm not, and if I forced to choose as you between them I'm going to take bottle because when I'm picking between two guys who are off to struggling starts. I want the one with a better plate approach. Sunday night baseball ESPN. It's says max freed against Shane Bieber. I am a believer. Who it's supposed to be so Braves and Indians and. Your thoughts here. I mean, we both agree. The Bieber should be Rauscher Nolita freed guys look good. So far young lefty throw strikes, sometimes your here. Yeah. You know, that's easier for young these a lot of these. Could see with the command and control your thoughts on freed here where what do you think? So I do like what I've seen fastball. Velocities up a little bit roughly full mile per hour on that one curveballs been pretty good. So far for him. I think those are two pretty good pitches for him so far no issues as well. With the off speed stuff..
"rauscher" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"So it's very isolated. And it's also horizontally scalable in the case. Of us. If we have like two hundred people connected at the same time to our server than it just bounce two hundred processes that handle the income and connections and ambassador to new processes that do the computation this is super cool because our system in theory would be infinitely scalable because of is just a bunch of processes, and if you add a new server, and you make think like they are the same surfer. It's just one big pool of processes that can communicate with each other. So yeah, I'm super excited about this concept, and it's helped us already quite a bit coats. Inbox is is it entirely open source. No. So for coats, everything is open source except for our API server. So that's the that's actually the Phoenix server and an exit Bart and our container structure and were considering open sourcing to container structure. Yeah. When we go we had the idea like we wanted to keep the option of on premise open when we started with. Coach. Okay. So we decided not to open source API server Loftus changed. In the meantime show, dick, we need to revisit this at some points. But all the other stuff is open source so to clients in this actually where most of the Goethe's because we tried to do computation on the in the Rauscher and all the micro services. Are the notes micro services are open source? So what's the the functionality for the API servers that just like when people are creating new code sandboxes, and like, I guess the database of all the different code sandboxes. The people have created. Yeah. Yeah. It functions I said database, so when people create a news sandbox, it's stored in our using our API serve in the post grass database and on people for it's a it's got you can see it as data store debut. I serve is very lights in the sense that it's kind of like this gateway to the database..
"rauscher" Discussed on KTRH
"And I guess that's leather. I don't know what the material and a baseball is the seem had come loose. And it wasn't the ball inside. It was the leather around the outside. So we took her to this was two to three years ago. Took her to our veterinarian, Dr Rosser who is Danielle rauscher's is the best veterinarian Orrin in orange in Houston. She's fantastic. And she said look at her age. If I go in I'm going to kill her going and trying to take this thing out. Our best bet is to hope she passes it. But today, the completely honest truth. I don't think she will. So she said we'll know within three days two and a half days that night, we lay down with her my wife, and I said goodbye to her because the next morning we're gonna have to put her down because she could pass this thing out. And we're just beside ourselves. Sad. The next morning there. You have it. We had a little surprise. She pooped out the leather ball. My veterinarian could not believe it that she'd done this. She said every day from here is stolen. She never should have survived. This. She was skunked twice. She was bitten. By a snake? One time in the side of her mouth was hanging down like a Basset hound off the side of her which wasn't going to kill her. But still scared us she was attacked by a dog at one point that splitter, gut wide open and part of her gusts were hanging out. She had to be stitched back up. We didn't know she'd make it from that either. And she just kept on the day before she passed, which I guess was Tuesday or Wednesday. She got into where she couldn't use her back legs. And so my wife wouldn't give up on her because she said I can't put her down because she's still breathing. Well, she's she has her faculties. I don't want to give her up. So my wife ordered a wheelchair that was one of these like a Walker wheelchair. You put on the back, and you strap her in and then she can use her front legs, and she can Wheeler self around. Well, the wheelchair arrived today. So you can imagine what the mood is in the house because Lila's not here, and there was her wheelchair. My wife was lovingly pudding. Diapers honor every day because she couldn't control her bladder anymore. But anyway, she called me when we finished the show on Wednesday eleven and she said, she says there any way you can get home. If you wanna see Lawler one more time, you gotta come now. So I went and when I came in and she says, she just barely breathing. I went.
"rauscher" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"To this was two to three years ago. Took it to our veterinarian Dr Rosser who is Danielle rauscher's is the best veterinarian in orange in orange in Houston. She's fantastic. And she said look at her age. If I go in I'm going to kill her going and trying to take this thing out. Our best bet is to hope she passes it. But to tell you, the com- completely honest truth. I don't think she will. So she said we'll know within three days two and a half days that night, we lay down with my wife, and I said good goodbye to her because the next morning we're gonna have to put her down because she could pass this thing out. And we're just beside ourselves. Sad. The next morning there. You have it. We had a little surprise. She pooped out the leather ball. My veterinarian could not believe it that she'd done this. She said every day from here stolen. She never should have survived this. She was skunked twice. She was bitten by a snake one time and the side of her mouth was hanging down like a Basset hound off the side of her which wasn't going to kill her. But it's still scared us. She was attacked by. Dog at one point that splitter, gut wide open and part of her guts were hanging out. She had to be stitched back up. We didn't know she'd make it from that either. And she just kept on the day before she passed, which I guess was Tuesday or Wednesday. She gotten to where she couldn't use her back legs. And so my wife wouldn't give up on her because she said I can't put her down because she's still breathing. Well, she's she has her faculties. I don't want to give her up. So my wife ordered a wheelchair that was one of these like a Walker wheelchair. You put on the back, and you'd strap her in and then she can use her front legs, and she can Wheeler self around. Well, the wheelchair arrived today. So you can imagine what the mood is in the house because Lila's not here, and there was her wheelchair. My wife was lovingly pudding. Diapers honor every day because she could controller bladder anymore. But anyway, she called me when we finished a show on Wednesday eleven and she said kid, she says there any way you can get home. If you wanna see lolly one more time, you gotta come now. So I went and when I came in and she said, she just barely breathing. I went over, and I put my arms up underneath there. And I loved on a minute. And she just breathed their last breath, and it was beautiful thing. So with that. I'm not crying allergies are bothering me. So I'm not sick either. If you weren't.
"rauscher" Discussed on KTRH
"Of leather. And I guess that's leather. I don't know what the material and a baseball is the seem had come loose. And it wasn't the ball inside. It was the leather around the outside. So we took her to this was two to three years ago. Took it to our veterinarian, Dr Rosser who is Danielle rauscher's is the best veterinarian and Orrin in orange in Houston. She's fantastic. As she said look at her age. If I go in I'm gonna kill her going and trying to take this thing out. Our best bet is to hope she passes it. But to tell you, the com- completely honest truth. I don't think she will. So she said we'll know within three days two and a half days that night, we laid down with my wife, and I said goodbye to her because the next morning we're gonna have to put her down because she could pass this thing out. And we're just beside ourselves. Sad. The next morning there. You have it. We had a little surprise. She pooped out the leather ball. My veterinarian could not believe it that she had done this. She said every day from here is stolen. She never should have survived. This. She was skunked twice. She was bitten by a snake one time and the side of her mouth was hanging down like a Basset hound off the side of her which wasn't going to kill her. But still scared us she was attacked by. Dog at one point that split or gut wide open and part of her gusts were hanging out. She had to be stitched back up. We didn't know she'd make it from that either. And she just kept on the day before she passed, which I guess was Tuesday or Wednesday. She got into where she couldn't use her back legs. And so my wife wouldn't give up on her because she said I can't put her down because she's still breathing. Well, she's she has faculties. I don't want to give her up. So my wife ordered a wheelchair that was one of these like a Walker wheelchair. You put on the back, and you'd strap her in and then she can use her front legs, and she can Wheeler self around. Well, the wheelchair arrived today. So you can imagine what the mood is in the house because Lila's not here, and there was her wheelchair. My wife was lovingly pudding. Diapers honor every day because she couldn't control her bladder anymore. But anyway, she called me when we finished a show on Wednesday eleven and she said, she says there any way you can get home. If you wanna see lolly one more time, you gotta come now. So I went and when I came in. She says she just barely breathing. I went over, and I put my arms up underneath there. And I loved on her bat a minute. And she just breathed their last breath, and it was beautiful thing. So with that. I'm not crying.
"rauscher" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Significant help on the Rauscher probe. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News special. Prosecutor Robert Muller's team says former attorney for the president Michael Cohen gave them significant help on the Russia probe. Federal prosecutors releasing sentencing recommendations for Cohen prosecutors for the southern district of New York calling for at least four years in prison and another recommendation from the Muller team. There's one section that's getting a lot of attention tonight about Cohen, and what he offered the special counsel on Russia, and it reads in part Cohen provided the SEO that's the acronym. Or the short form for the special counsel office with useful information concerning certain discrete Russia related matters core to its investigation that he obtained by virtue of his regular contact with company executives during the campaign Cohen provided relevant and useful information concerning his contacts with persons connected to the White House during the two thousand seventeen twenty eighteen time per FOX's, Catherine Herridge. No, meantime, another record. Condition was made for the president's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, it makes the case that the lying Manafort is guilty of and the plea deal actually released to his contacts with the White House with the administration. It doesn't go to the issue of Russian coordination or collusion. Manafort, accepted a plea deal for his conviction in Virginia earlier this year on Bank and financial fraud. The president reacting to the court documents about Cohen and Manafort, President Trump tweeting totally clears the president. Thank you. The biggest weekly loss on Wall Street since March benchmark indexes falling more than four percent for the week. The Dow lost five hundred fifty eight points, the NASDAQ plunged two hundred nineteen yes. And p gave up sixty two investors are concerned about the impact of tariffs on the US economy. And oil futures climbed Friday as members of the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries agreed to curb.
"rauscher" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"For you to begin taking. Social security based on your unique situation. If you come in to see us, we will give you a social security maximize a report that will really show you all the options that you have because as is the case with most things in retirement planning, there is no one size fits all. As far as the best time to take social security. So we're going to talk to you about that. And make sure you understand your options. It's just a critical part of the retirement game plan decision making many people try to take on this giant task of creating their own retirement plan. We believe that that is potentially a huge mistake. Rauscher david. We do live in a do it yourself world. And most people who do that are just trying to wing it. So they think they can save money in my opinion. That's a big mistake. Because I like to say people don't know what they don't know. I find that half of the people who come in to see us as prospective clients who just winging it on their own. And they don't know where. They're really going. The other half are just working with a financial advisor who believes that stocks bonds and mutual funds make up a comprehensive retirement plan in north west financial and tax solutions. We believe in true asset class diversification. We believe in constructing a portfolio with many types and kinds of assets that are not just market-driven in again. It's all about asking the right questions when we interview someone and ask them about their risk tolerance. Most of the time. They tell us that this very low. But when you look at their investments and do a portfolio analysis and AFI analysis, we find that much more of their portfolio is at risk than they thought. Most people equate safe-money to bonds yet one thing people don't understand is it bonds being drawn down like during retirement for income can fluctuate in price. Another problem. We often see is thousands of dollars just sitting in cash. At the Bank. If that money is there because you're planning on making a major purchase in the new future. Like, a new car or fixing up your home, a great, but it has to be a purpose. You can't have a bunch of money just sitting around not working for you. If you have tens of thousands of dollars that you won't need to touch for five or ten or twenty or even thirty years that money is not only earning next to nothing is being rotted away. Slowly by inflation think about something this year, how much time will you spend planning a vacation how much time will you spend mowing the grass and cleaning up the yard. How much time will you spend in front of the television or driving to and from work? It's a countless number of hours, despite the fact that your retirement could last ten.
Brazil tennis great Maria Bueno buried
"Today's filing us special forces soldiers being killed and four other american service personnel wounded in an attack by islamic militants in somalia the incident happened in jubilant were us forces are operating alongside somali troops to tackle alshabaab militants bbc news there's been a series of explosions in the iraqi city of kirkuk a military statement said a blast killed at least one person and injured fourteen others later on friday in a crowded market area of the city tensions have been high in kirkouk since disputed parliamentary elections in may since america's most successful female tennis player maria bueno has died at the age of seventy eight where news born in the brazilian city of sao paulo one nine thousand eighteen major titles during her career in the fifties and sixties she'd been suffering from mouth cancer leonardo rauscher reports mighty stab weighin wish was known in brazil won three singles titles in wimbledon four in the united states she was a self taught prodigy who brought grace to the game was a dominant force in the ninety sixties maria buenos career was shortened by elbow problems which he blamed on the heavy wooden brackets of the time after she retired she continued to follow the tennis circuit and became a tv and radio commentator when asked maria bueno named rod laver and roger federer as the greatest tennis players of all time a texas family that lost nine of its members in the mass shooting at the sutherland springs baptist church last year is suing the federal government for damages the lawsuit filed by jew and clarice holcomb blames the us air force for failing to report the killers history of violence mental illness and dishonorable discharge which would have prevented him from owning guns mr mrs holcomb who are in their eighties lost their children grandchildren and great grandchildren in the attack the head of animation at disney john lasseter is leave the company at the end of the year the director of the hit film toy story has been in a leave of absence since november after making star feeling comfortable with unwanted hugs mr lasseter apologize for the behavior which she said had crossed the line bbc news thanks you're listening to the needs room from the bbc.
"rauscher" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Rauscher should be in this meeting why are we having a meeting without russia being in the meeting and i would recommend and it's up to them but russia should be in the mid it should be part of it you know whether you like it or not and it may not be politically correct but we have a world to run at the g seven which used to be the g eight they threw russia out they should let russia come back in because we should have russia at the negotiating table the president's comments at the white house off guard and sparked and immediately immediate backlash leaders at the summit a british government official had to remind the president why the g seven kicked out russia for years ago saying quote we should remind ourselves why the g eight became the g seven it was after russia illegally annexing crimea sense then we've seen malign activity from russia and a whole variety of ways before any conversations can take place about russia rejoining it needs to change its approach the response from capitol hill was not any better republican senator ben sasse called the president's comments week adding putin is not our friend and he is not the president's buddy he is a thug using soviet style aggression to wage a shadow war against america and our leaders should act like it donald trump's friendly comments on russia came as he is taking more actions likely to please vladimir putin new york magazine's jonathan shade observes today one of russia's principal foreign policy goals for decades has been to split the us from its allies whether by accident or by design president trump appears intent on bringing that dream to fruition case in point donald trump's attacks on europe and canada over trade.
"rauscher" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Pedro i know it's only may but the orioles are terrible at what point do they really start to think about moving manny machado or is this thing going to go down to thirty first no i think that if you're the orioles you've look at the standings and you know there's nothing you can do to get into the race for therefore you have to listen because otherwise you lose him at the end of the season and get virtually nothing so you gotta try to maximize what you can get in one of the best assets that there are in the game and i think that that that those conversations are probably still going on it helps you if you're the orioles with the fact that the cubs are mentioned the dodgers mentioned you've got some big market teams that are mentioned with some pretty full minor league systems so if you're the orioles you're gonna wait there and you're gonna wait and you've got you don't have the pressure on yourself as much as teams like the dodgers or cubs due to try to make a move and therefore you kinda let everyone else up the ante but yeah i mean if you're one of those clubs you'd rather have machado more time than last time and play i think it'll be july i think you'll probably be within the next month or so that a guy like machado was moved when you look at freezes cody bellinger right i was asking george rauscher earlier or am i seeing something are we seeing something different with him in terms of taking a step back from a year ago we put him at such high regard in so much hype that he was the greatest thing on earth but this year he hasn't played up to up you've been around l z healthy.
"rauscher" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"She signed a pledge that she would support a life at conception act bill and she has yet not signed onto hp to fifty and also a same with george rauscher you know you got some good points there and for our listeners you know i in fact senator costello asked at the end of the hearing on monday where they were taking public testimony she asked it seemed really really interesting to her why alaska right to life and the abolitionists and planned parenthood were lining up in opposition to senate bill one twenty four and she kind of implied in her question that there was something wrong with the over one hundred pages of alaska right to life member testimony opposing senate bill one twenty four and that somehow we were on the wrong side of the issue karen the bill says in its title and regulating abortion rights and abortion procedure bill but what in the tax actually is so bad about the bill well for one thing you're basically a boarding child to quote save it unquote who ever heard of such illogical socalled rationale by these legislators let's see i have to kill a baby in order to save it and then the language talks about may the parents may if the child does serve an survive at abortion may turn the child over to health and social services or something like that but also i don't know if you've talked about the first hour but i know in private discussions we've talked about in the past there's nothing legislating that all these murder clinics have lifesaving equipment at their disposal so what is the doctor going to do if a child survived an abortion which they won't because these abortionists are very skilled at what they do they inject poison into the baby's green so that they ensure the child is dead before he or she is even coming out of the birth canal but what are they going to do if there's no legislation that forces them to have life saving your at every murder clinic are they going to wrap it in the towel would say i tried to save the.
"rauscher" Discussed on Channel 955
"Save one down he lost all of it before i have you don't have anything you can be money out of the youth it's 5000 of the bill my god and he's got the book like that it'll be monthly no i send someone to feed a cat this is i don't know what do you want me to do iran can you just like the one in like taking out like they're going to do what the law and you at this time and what does the cardinals that 3rd ayatollah and what can i up with this i don't know yet i have to leave to find out oh my god oh my god you don't want it's pretty good everything and i come someone like that first money doesn't have a lawyer to bring it and have if you're dead know that the other gifts and my daughter didn't have those fuego hopefully mike did you deal with these people i mean i don't know what i did i want it to be in another going to be easy can get you do that this if what you got anything no joke excuse me i'm listening in on this phone line laughter the police and i can't i can't understand a word that you guys are saying rauscher's or mother sandy fitch if she has hit offensive with something may go that she's good i know she's good but i don't know what she w typing why should if she didn't chechen at what does she say russia she's she's saying that mine one of my friends i don't know.
"rauscher" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"1020kpmgfrom four pm to six pm monday through friday join a boesky to talk about what matters to alaskans the lights are open at 3575868 revive 75860 sixtyeight good afternoon alaska here's ab dubowsky glorious day and as of monday as martin luther king junior day hopefully you have had an opportunity to get out and enjoy martin luther king junior day is often referred to as a day on not a day off a day of service we'll get into that just a little bit but i do want to start the show off with my typical community announcements we have a lot going on right now i always invite all political parties all candidates to share their announcements with us we're happy to get among air for you however it seems only the republican party does so therefore here we go the republican party's state convention is going to be held march 8th9th and tenth in anchorage in preparation of that the alaska republican party districts hold their conventions prior to the state convention which time they're going to be considering resolutions organizing their districts and they will be signing up to go to the state convention as delegates from each district across the state this weekend we had the district 8 and 10 republican party districts out here in big lake and willow respectively and tonight if you are a member of district nine in 10 so district nine is currently served by george rauscher and district 10 in the house is currently served by david eastman sometimes i i find it helps people understand which district is yours there is a special meeting tonight for those district officers in precinct leaders they will be discussing the all of the applicants that are trying to become the replacement for senator mike dunleavy who has resigned his post while he runs for governor that meaning is tonight at six pm at the menard center there have thus far been a few applicants we will get into that and the next segment there have been a number of applicants that got their applications in in a timely fashion and tonight the officers in.