20 Burst results for "Reiko"

"reiko" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

The Canine Paradigm

05:25 min | 4 months ago

"reiko" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

"So that was a big deal. Because you don't really find that online. We don't really see somebody doing that. Live and that technique worked. So i thought that would be helpful for people rather than like crazy freak out in the home like this is actually what we're doing. Yes work with trainer but like this is what we're doing so good. That was the first one and that was a successful one. I mean a lot of people were very grateful for that information and for me having a mallon wa and showing the journey obviously people see videos of reiko or any mallon while like doing cool tricks in their assassinated by it. I felt like because i am now rolling audience. I kind of have my like. Civic duty is to protect myself and protect this brand. Protect the breed. Really if we're gonna have this instagram page. That's attracting attention. Naturally people are gonna wanna mallon wa. But i really don't want to create a problem to create a problem with people getting mallon law. So how can we kind of remedy situation. Well let me create a hub of where people can find information. So on yellow dot com. There is the we have the blog. And there's a resource for people who have melon law..

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Trade Deadline Reaction with NBA Front Office Insider for ESPN, Bobby Marks

The Lowe Post

02:30 min | 8 months ago

Trade Deadline Reaction with NBA Front Office Insider for ESPN, Bobby Marks

"Are doing a trade deadline. Wrap up with the one and only bobby marks who is in bristol. I forget what bristol even looks like. Let's wrap up. What turned out to be. I guess kind of sneaky fun. Trade deadline bobby. How are you. I'm good zach. How are you yeah. We We had nothing besides fianna cap'n galley in money. Money saving deal for the clips would actually help them get guess The rondo deal game a little bit of money and then we had the two. Am the lawn. Reiko cory joseph swapped and i slept right through that were stuck right through the delong. Something was telling me. Wake up. Wake up and i woke up and i saw and i was like i said one of these videos. I've been doing. It wasn't like the bias. Harris remember tobias harris straight from a couple years ago where it happened like in the middle of the night and i woke up at like six. And i'm like oh my god. What just happened here. Like i missed it I woke up. I talked about it a little bit. And then i had a hard time back asleep. Well the headliner didn't get traded. And that's kyle lowry but let's start with the orlando magic. Because i can no longer make fun to them by calling them the orlando inertia because they traded everyone and they are going to be so bad when they next play which could be tonight. I don't even know else playing tonight that they are obviously positioning themselves. To go full rebuild. Bow and get a shot at kate cunningham. Whoever's next seat next year skate cunningham their biggest deal let's start with butchnevich to chicago for twenty twenty one. I at twenty twenty three. I and wendell carter junior and otto porter. What were your thoughts on that. Because i didn't think i was gonna get traded. And i thought if he did the price would be even higher than this and i was skeptical that anyone would offer them that kind of pressure i did. I didn't think a deal what happened. What do you think about this from either either perspective. I don't care which one to start with. Yeah i mean. I think for I thought it was going to be three ones. If you're going to get in the game for a reverse first rounder. Three first rounders. I thought that's what it was. And i guess if you're landau i guess you're quite that the wendel carter junior the pickup equates to a first round although he's got two years you know he's going into an extension year so it's not like you get clean slate with him.

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"reiko" Discussed on The Coastal Athlete Program

The Coastal Athlete Program

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"reiko" Discussed on The Coastal Athlete Program

"Guys don't really care about me. You know what I mean. You might like or share a video but not most people care about people and that's just the facts and that's why I always say the hard facts. Emma Reiko. You're saying I agree with that Jay. I. I feel that and I felt that way long time and what I'm hearing a lot about his community and do your thing. You seeing you and also don't be worried about other people. If you WANNA encourage encourage them. If you don't like it, you'll have to encourage them but don't beat him down over it. Exactly what you WanNa do but also have that community because you is what has kept me around having those people to call or people reach out to me. It made a big difference. Our listeners know like my stance on this has always been. Pretty set in stone like. I did the twenty to get up. So the sandbag I think almost a decade ago and I realize that it was it. I hate to say that it's a hollow gesture. But like at later points in my life at different points in my life when I've been really struggling when I like see people doing twenty two pushups challenge and try to hit them up on social media to like get some brotherhood or. Have some community or relate, and they don't get back to me. It's kind of like well I'm glad that you're get likes those likes I'm glad you're trying to pull that social media clough meanwhile like you know. I agree with you, you got to be proactive about reaching out to those people and I think it's it's always important to push people towards action over reaction because when we're in a reactive state like were subject to a lot more impulse and a lot less thought and thoughtful and controlled measured approaches. So it's a lot harder to help our friends. Yeah. So I look at it like frigging action over act in because you owe them. If you owe them get it. 'cause you owe them. So exactly action on your backed in you.

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"reiko" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"reiko" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"reiko" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"reiko" Discussed on WTOP

"Travel association and Reiko in Chesterfield county needs and and hand over all opened up and and they've had you know really no issue Terry says well it's a seven the right direction restaurants are most likely still going to struggle unless we move pretty quickly into phase two I still think you'll see some restaurants close Valerie bonk WTOP news the trump administration has removed warnings and guidance for the re opening of houses of worship that's singing in choirs can spread the coronavirus two White House officials tell The Washington Post of long been concerned within the White House that there were too many restrictions on choirs earlier this month the CDC issued a report warning about super spreader events where the virus might be highly transmissible in certain settings including group singing events the justice department has indicted twenty eight people at a North Korea led bank fraud scheme their goal was building a nuclear weapons program not only was North Korea able to evade sanctions on its nuclear weapons program using a black market network but according to court documents the Chinese government allegedly helped them to do it hundreds of shell companies and dozens of people allegedly led an effort to use the U. S. banking system to launder two and a half billion dollars to support north Korea's illicit missile and nuclear development operations this development comes as North Korea has been hinting it plans to step up its nuclear weapons program JJ green WTOP news the trump administration may soon expel thousands of Chinese graduate students enrolled at U. S. universities and impose other sanctions against Chinese officials it's the latest sign of tensions between Washington and Beijing that are raging over trade a corona virus human rights and the status of Hong Kong president trump says he'll make an announcement about China today the ministration officials say the president's also weighing targeted travel and financial sanctions against Chinese officials fractions in on Khan sports at fifteen and forty five brought to you by your local Honda dealer don't settle for less than a Honda nine forty five here's Dave Johnson yes the C. about it is getting back together again players can go through individual workouts at segro field the home of wild United head coach but also looking forward to seeing his players after a different kind of connection the last couple of months it's interesting because I think in some ways you can connect to them better and I say that they were meant to mention this before it's it's not very emotional right now guys aren't playing well or bad work we didn't lose or win throughout the season it's such an emotional roller coaster that connecting the players is tough and especially when I'm invested in the season sometimes it's tough to step back and just have a a genuine conversation with another human being Paul would that also to decide I was trading plan in my story WTOP dot com in the NFL coaches have been told they could return to team facilities next week chase Elliott won the NASCAR race last night at Charlotte may is mental health awareness month Jim sort is a wizard's mental skills coach I don't know what your attitude twice a day makes a difference do you think about today everything starts and ends with your mom when you wake up in the last thing before you fall asleep and it's it's even those two things how you wake up and how you go to sleep I have a large impact on that date in the next day so all the stuff in between we have very little control over.

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"reiko" Discussed on Cryptic Chronicles

Cryptic Chronicles

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"reiko" Discussed on Cryptic Chronicles

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"reiko" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"reiko" Discussed on WTOP

"President of the Virginia restaurant lodging and travel association and Reiko in Chesterfield county needs and and hand over all opened and and they've had you know really no issue Terry says well it's a step in the right direction restaurants are most likely still going to struggle unless we move pretty quickly into phase two I still think you'll see some restaurants close Valerie bonk WTOP news the trump administration has removed warnings and guidance for the re opening of houses of worship that singing in choirs can spread the corona virus two White House officials tell The Washington Post have long been concerned within the White House that there were too many restrictions on choirs earlier this month the CDC issued a report warning about super spreader events where the corona virus might be highly transmissible in certain settings including group singing offense in a letter to north Carolina's governor Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel and the president of the Republican National Convention have outlined the party's safety proposal for this summer's planned convention in Charlotte the plan does not include any mention of face masks they want to know by next Wednesday of democratic governor Roy Cooper will allow the convention to go forward with full attendance earlier this week president trump threatened to re locate the convention if Cooper restricts capacity amid the pandemic Cooper says he'll rely on state health officials to determine how the convention will be managed when it comes to mail in voting it is red versus blue a new survey finds Republicans are a lot more skeptical than Democrats about their mail in ballots counting and less confident they'll be able to vote in November if their state switches to an all mail system the Reuters Ipsos poll highlights the deep partisan divide fuel by president trump's harsh criticism of voting by mail during the corona virus pandemic if found nearly twice as many Democrats as Republicans back efforts to expand mail voting options Pam Coulter CBS news the justice department has indicted twenty eight people in a North Korea let bank fraud scheme the goal was building a nuclear weapons program not only was North Korea able to evade sanctions on its nuclear weapons program using a black market network but according to court documents the Chinese government allegedly helped them to do it hundreds of shell companies and dozens of people allegedly led an effort to use the U. S. banking system to launder two and a half billion dollars to support north Korea's illicit missile and nuclear development operations this development comes as North Korea has been hinting it plans to step up its nuclear weapons program JJ green WTOP news the trump administration may soon expel thousands of Chinese graduate students enrolled at U. S. universities and impose other sanctions against Chinese officials in the latest sign of tensions between Washington and Beijing that are raging over trade the corona virus pandemic human rights and the status of Hong Kong president trump says he'll make an announcement about China today administration officials say the president's also weighing targeted travel and financial sanctions against Chinese officials for actions in Hong Kong our high school sports policy in Connecticut that allows transgender students to participate in athletics based on their gender identity violates federal law and could cost the state federal education funding that's the decision from the education department's office for civil rights after a conservative Christian organization complained on behalf of three high school student athletes the policy is also being challenged in court transgender rights advocates denounced the finding get the latest coronavirus information listen to WTOP at home at work in the car and on the go constantly updated twenty four seven three sixty five so you never miss a moment on air online on Alexa and other WTOP at sports at fifteen and forty five brought to you by your local Honda dealer don't settle for less than a Honda it's seven forty five here's Dave Johnson we're not sure what the schedule looks like but it's one step closer to games for DC United the support of the team returns a trading a check revealed that's a whole month well did I did but it will be an individual workouts with no more than four players on the field at a time head coach but also we have to do this in steps and make sure it's safe and I'm not discounting that and how that that is still priority number one that we make sure everybody's in a safe environment so what we feel very comfortable there that we are we're set setting them up to succeed in that aspect more my story a video interview with that also WTOP dot com J. Sally what's the best car race in Charlotte the NFL voted down a proposal that would have given teams adoption of fourth and fifteen on their own twenty five instead of an onside kick what are you doing right now during these times that should be your focus wizards mental skills coach Jim soda stay in the present as much as you can whatever that means for you when it comes to breathing or meditation right now is all you have whatever way that you figured out whether it's writing something down a breeding something talk about taking a walk bringing yourself back to the present is the most effective immediate way to deal with this and your barber's more tips or do there were things I knew my story WTOP dot com and it's not going anywhere them bad video game is been extended through twenty twenty six ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson said April that he would be on the cover this year but EA sports has not made that announcement yet they've just W. till B. sports straight ahead after traffic and weather we talk live with NBC's Chuck Todd seven forty seven crossamerica.

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"reiko" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"reiko" Discussed on WTOP

"Reiko county Virginia governor Ralph Northam is forming a new nursing home task force Maryland saw eighteen deaths at the pleasant view nursing home in Mount Airy the disease continues to take an economic toll on states as Maryland governor Larry Hogan freezes the state budget because of growing cost associated with the fighting of the corona virus more first responders have come down with the illness an additional seven members of DC fire and EMS razor departments total to fifty six cases the Pentagon has made a decision on face masks everyone has to wear them and stay six feet apart the DC wharf open again this weekend for seafood lovers that's after last weekend it was closed down because a group showed up this week you'll find social distancing measures in place the trump administration has been slow to fill the vacancies that were left after the transition in twenty seventeen that may be one of the problems with the government's response to the corona virus one of the things we know about this administration is that there are many many vacancies in critical positions across the executive branch Washington post political writer Dan Balz who says turnover in personnel robs the government of historical knowledge and expertise and he points to the delays in getting corona virus tests it wasn't just that they got a we'll start that there would be credit problems and getting the tests moving and so we have been behind on testing ever since bald says disaster management experts advise coordinating at the top levels of government but empowering officials farther down on the food chain to take quick action without being ordered to do so Joan Jones WTOP news hopefully the Easter bunny will take a break because of the pandemic in Maryland governor Larry Hogan has deemed the Easter bunny and essential worker allowing it to proceed with hopping across the state delivering Easter egg baskets it's twelve forty three Easter is tomorrow the holiday will look much different this year for starters Easter spending will be down more than two thirds survey by WalletHub say they're tightening their Easter budget this year that means no new clothes or candy and less of a donation to the church more people will be staying home this Sunday seventy percent and all despite many of them wanting to worship in person and perhaps ready to circumvent stay at home mortars if their churches open this weekend the rest will take part in video conferencing or watch live on TV or online but many polled say the pandemic has made them more grateful for their family their health and their freedom Brandon Millman WTOP news with Arlington National Cemetery closed to all visitors other than loved ones of.

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"reiko" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"reiko" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"His hand. He's worried about it but I see he's also memorizing it then he turns to me and discovers me slowly as though I hadn't been there when the letter was handed into him by a drop messenger sweating resin. I have an assignment for you. From the highest sauce. The Kremlin in person spending. You Know Shepherd Writer. Of course that loud communist Beta Shepherd Reicher is an extremely dangerous man is working. Washington is strategic and his personal campaign against the Party is embarrassing time. We did something about him to we about to do something now mrs his record lives in this city. Charming woman reportedly what she got to do with it. She is one of us. Shepherd reicher communist I said Said So. She can't be just isn't in the book but it is. She joined the party. Ten years ago most attractive very young too attractive for the ordinary worker. The potty Hoti we assigned to return to her usual life to forget she was a member of the party until we should call upon her for special duty. Uh these orders are. We're calling back to active service. You will make an appointment with Mrs Reiko. Serve the greetings honore and acquaintance with her assignment. She is to use her influence with her husband to make him cease entirely is a tax on the Communist Party. Suppose you'd rather forget you communist entirely. Charlie remind suppose she says no to propositions Shepherd Reicher we will entertain no tentatives. And that's all I have to do. We'll get MRS records and make her husband lay off the potty clinic any suggestions only one succeed. I've been a communist for the FBI for quite a while.

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"reiko" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

Marketing Over Coffee

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

"And so what you're doing is you're telling your viewers brains that they know you. Even though they don't and that that helps to create popularity and so any company any organization can use an even photos work which explains by the way the selfie phenomenon Selfie. Your arm is for four feet or less. You're looking indirectly at the camera. Really powerful stuff so use photos and video in this way look directly at the camera. Four feet away can be a really powerful the way to build fans through the concept of physical proximity using neurons. Yeah there's a whole chapter talking about self as in there too so people can check that out as as far as strategies to do that and on the show before you've even talked about when you met Hillary Clinton there and her ability to just bang out selfish with grabs your phone and takes them ourselves. which is so interesting because it means you can get through the line way faster right right get it done quicker? So we've had a bunch of those before we go. I still want to swing back because we you have to talk about gaming gaming such a huge part of culture now and we follow a bunch of stuff on a bunch of different fronts. But tell us what's going on with you on the game front and Phantom from Well recently I'm a little bit of a scaredy cat and I've wanted to play these hard games but I can't do it myself so my friend has been coming over and and we've been playing games together. So that's that's the recent gaming that I've been doing through until dawn and Manda Madan recently lay and kind of killed their characters. But that's okay. Yeah that's a whole genre. I think like five minutes of Friday's was kind of the first thing we saw and there were even some other other in fact even these live space escaped from escape games. Where such a big thing but it seems like a regular five to ten horror games every year kind of driving the hurt? Yeah and I think that strong emotion that is why I want to play with somebody else. You know and something else that I've been doing recently. That hadn't been doing before is watching youtubers doing doing lots plays its home community in itself right. It's not the game it's someone you're watching someone else. Play the game and you're enjoying it as a community rather than just you play a game game alone. it's been really fun. Who are throws two or three that you watch on a regular? Everyone watches Margaret Player but I think he's and I've been watching a lot of data and fell even though they haven't been doing anything recently but yeah and does it tend to run by the game or are there a lot out of leaders in the field that people like major people that everyone watches and they play all the Games are sometimes you watch because they're good at it and sometimes you watch I just because they're entertaining and then how about on the community side to Dischord we see a lot of action on the game front but are there other networks or other social tools. That confusing as a Gamer for me. It's more just the immediate people around me and playing with my friends. I not as much an online player even though some people some people I do a lot of that so it's mostly just inviting friends over to to to get scared together here. We have really fun have built L. to fund relationship with Tommy. Francois Tommy is the head game designer at ubisoft which is one of the top. Four I think in the world game name game companies Who What are the ones that they do? Assassin's creed is the one that everyone knows you. The way we met. Is that radio and I as a family owned and part of a twelve thousand acre nature preserve in Panama Really really important place. Because it's the narrowest point between North and South American on the narrowest point between the Atlantic and Pacific is very important for animals and birds and migration and lots of other reasons and we'll be soft is in the process process of making a game version of Avatar and it's a massive massive investment. It's been going on for years Jane. James Cameron is involved and they're actually really studying it in our nature preserve in Panama. So we've had a chance to spend a lot of time with Tommy Francois because they're very very very particular about creating aiding on Pandora in a way that feels like it's a real place and so they've created thousands of hours of video video down in Panama spot that we go to that we've been too many times to get it right. And so we've been quizzing. Tommy what about how. How does this work does this work? And you might be able to talk a little bit. About what Tommy told US around leading fans be a part part of that community rather than them trying to control it because the the great thing about open worlds is which is what most of the Games that they're putting out we are. Is that what you do as a player is so important. It's not that you're just falling a story that happens no matter what you do all of your decisions matter. You're you're interacting with the world. The world changes with what you do and so that is kind of a good metaphor for what you want your company to do as well. It's not a static thing it's changing with what the user is doing right and I think you may have written this. You have you all the best quotes in the book by the way once once you put a practice service out there. It's no longer yours. It belongs to the fans you wrote that. Yeah and it's so true and there's so many companies. Go try to control the way that you use a product or service whereas with Tommy Francois on so many other companies Say is no the fans insulin. It that sounds good so the book is Fan accuracy. It's available January seventh. Leveling to that in the show notes you can go to fan accuracy dot com to get more info there and to pick up a copy for both so these folks on twitter you can get David. DM Scott and right though as at Allison Underscore Rei Ko Rico. So connect over there and find out what else is going on with the book but that we'll do it for today. Thanks for joining me. I appreciate it. Thank you having having us on John. That'll do it for this week so until next week. Enjoy the coffee. You've been listening to marketing looking over coffee. Christopher Pan Locks at Christopher SPN DOT com removed from John Jay Ward at J W fifty one one fifty dot com. The marketing over coffee theme song is called Mellow G by funk masters and you can find it at musicality for Matvey..

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"reiko" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

Marketing Over Coffee

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

"And so what you're doing is you're telling your viewers brains that they know you. Even though they don't and that that helps to create popularity and so any company any organization can use an even photos work which explains by the way the selfie phenomenon Selfie. Your arm is for four feet or less. You're looking indirectly at the camera. Really powerful stuff so use photos and video in this way look directly at the camera. Four feet away can be a really powerful the way to build fans through the concept of physical proximity using neurons. Yeah there's a whole chapter talking about self as in there too so people can check that out as as far as strategies to do that and on the show before you've even talked about when you met Hillary Clinton there and her ability to just bang out selfish with grabs your phone and takes them ourselves. which is so interesting because it means you can get through the line way faster right right get it done quicker? So we've had a bunch of those before we go. I still want to swing back because we you have to talk about gaming gaming such a huge part of culture now and we follow a bunch of stuff on a bunch of different fronts. But tell us what's going on with you on the game front and Phantom from Well recently I'm a little bit of a scaredy cat and I've wanted to play these hard games but I can't do it myself so my friend has been coming over and and we've been playing games together. So that's that's the recent gaming that I've been doing through until dawn and Manda Madan recently lay and kind of killed their characters. But that's okay. Yeah that's a whole genre. I think like five minutes of Friday's was kind of the first thing we saw and there were even some other other in fact even these live space escaped from escape games. Where such a big thing but it seems like a regular five to ten horror games every year kind of driving the hurt? Yeah and I think that strong emotion that is why I want to play with somebody else. You know and something else that I've been doing recently. That hadn't been doing before is watching youtubers doing doing lots plays its home community in itself right. It's not the game it's someone you're watching someone else. Play the game and you're enjoying it as a community rather than just you play a game game alone. it's been really fun. Who are throws two or three that you watch on a regular? Everyone watches Margaret Player but I think he's and I've been watching a lot of data and fell even though they haven't been doing anything recently but yeah and does it tend to run by the game or are there a lot out of leaders in the field that people like major people that everyone watches and they play all the Games are sometimes you watch because they're good at it and sometimes you watch I just because they're entertaining and then how about on the community side to Dischord we see a lot of action on the game front but are there other networks or other social tools. That confusing as a Gamer for me. It's more just the immediate people around me and playing with my friends. I not as much an online player even though some people some people I do a lot of that so it's mostly just inviting friends over to to to get scared together here. We have really fun have built L. to fund relationship with Tommy. Francois Tommy is the head game designer at ubisoft which is one of the top. Four I think in the world game name game companies Who What are the ones that they do? Assassin's creed is the one that everyone knows you. The way we met. Is that radio and I as a family owned and part of a twelve thousand acre nature preserve in Panama Really really important place. Because it's the narrowest point between North and South American on the narrowest point between the Atlantic and Pacific is very important for animals and birds and migration and lots of other reasons and we'll be soft is in the process process of making a game version of Avatar and it's a massive massive investment. It's been going on for years Jane. James Cameron is involved and they're actually really studying it in our nature preserve in Panama. So we've had a chance to spend a lot of time with Tommy Francois because they're very very very particular about creating aiding on Pandora in a way that feels like it's a real place and so they've created thousands of hours of video video down in Panama spot that we go to that we've been too many times to get it right. And so we've been quizzing. Tommy what about how. How does this work does this work? And you might be able to talk a little bit. About what Tommy told US around leading fans be a part part of that community rather than them trying to control it because the the great thing about open worlds is which is what most of the Games that they're putting out we are. Is that what you do as a player is so important. It's not that you're just falling a story that happens no matter what you do all of your decisions matter. You're you're interacting with the world. The world changes with what you do and so that is kind of a good metaphor for what you want your company to do as well. It's not a static thing it's changing with what the user is doing right and I think you may have written this. You have you all the best quotes in the book by the way once once you put a practice service out there. It's no longer yours. It belongs to the fans you wrote that. Yeah and it's so true and there's so many companies. Go try to control the way that you use a product or service whereas with Tommy Francois on so many other companies Say is no the fans insulin. It that sounds good so the book is Fan accuracy. It's available January seventh. Leveling to that in the show notes you can go to fan accuracy dot com to get more info there and to pick up a copy for both so these folks on twitter you can get David. DM Scott and right though as at Allison Underscore Rei Ko Rico. So connect over there and find out what else is going on with the book but that we'll do it for today. Thanks for joining me. I appreciate it. Thank you having having us on John. That'll do it for this week so until next week. Enjoy the coffee. You've been listening to marketing looking over coffee. Christopher Pan Locks at Christopher SPN DOT com removed from John Jay Ward at J W fifty one one fifty dot com. The marketing over coffee theme song is called Mellow G by funk masters and you can find it at musicality for Matvey..

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"Show. One of the case studies in Booker talking about was car options. And you're talking about how people go to these auctions but it's really like five people are throwing down the huge thousands of dollars to buy these cars but everybody's there for the show Oh to watch what's going on and Haggerty company that does insurance for in this space for antiques. collectibles has been able to take advantage of that. Tell us more about haggerty's so it's really interesting interesting. Hagerty insurance is fascinating example. Because first of all John Do you love auto insurance. I have my agent here in Bedford that I've picked up eighteen years ago and haven't looked back. Yeah well everybody hates buying auto insurance right because first of all you hate to spend the money because it feels it was like you're spending the money that money goes out the door and it's like awful but what's even worse. Is that if you have to use that insurance because it meant it means you've crashed your car. That's even worse so it's a product category. When hate so I was speaking with Mikhael? Haggerty the C. E. O. OF HAGERTY insurance they auto insurance and he says David everyone hates. It's might Mike category of product. It's terrible and so I realized I couldn't do what all the other companies are doing number one. I couldn't become the low cost the provider. I didn't want to do that. That's no fun and I couldn't spend a boatload more money than everyone else on advertising to compete with geckos lizards or whatever that is out there so I decided decided to do something completely different. I decided to build my business on fandom. And so what he does is he's not now L. Fast forward. The punchline is is the largest classic Car Auto Insurance Company in the world. They'll grow by two hundred thousand customers this year and so what they did was actually. I realized that there's already a community of fans of classic cars and they go to classic car Schotz and so they now go how good insurance insurance now goes to over one hundred classic car shows a year and they set up a booth. They provide education and valuation reports and all kinds of interesting being valuable information for people. They have a million followers of their youtube channel. There are no insurance company with a million followers of the YouTube channel. They have six hundred fifty thousand members of their drivers offers club. And then like you said they realized another place that classic car fans go were these auctions and so they created an APP where you could be anywhere in the world and you can follow in real time. What's going on the auction and all of this? All of this does is it. Takes people who are already fans of classic cars and makes them mm fans of Haggerty they also by the way have a magazine that goes out six times a year. So this idea that Mikhael Haggerty told me was. I didn't have to invent the passion for the car I just had to tap into it. And that's something that so many of us can do with our companies find out who's passionate about what it is that they're doing that can be related to what we do and then tap into that you can tap into those communities. Muniz you go to the auctions just was a great example of going to where the passion yes run into that there was another chapter in there that talks about proximity Timothy. You're not just going to the event but actually getting closer to people. So one of the things that we really wanted to do is look at the neuroscience aspect of what's going on in our brains when we become fans of something and Rico sometimes gets mad at me because I'm I don't know anything about neuro science and she has a neuroscience degree right so but it's kind of Nice to have the version that almost everyone can understand trigger rather than the Columbia University neuroscientist version of it. But we really did want to find out what's going on the brain when we get interested in something nothing and so we we spoke with neuroscientist. Did some research around this and what it comes down to and if I could be so bold as to break down. This book called called Van Accuracy into one sentence. This is that it's about a genuine human connection. It's about people getting together and in our brains when we're together with like minded people that's a very very positive thing so like if I'm at a grateful dead concert I'm with my tribe that's really powerful. I'm with not only with my friends who I go to the show with who are among my best friends and we go to shows all the time but also anybody who's there is a like minded person you know I could walk up to anyone at a show and and begin conversation. As if we're old friends I would imagine the same. Thing's true at COMECON right. Yeah I mean we're seeing in costumes that we love going up to them saying like. Oh my Gosh I love this. Let's talk about this show that we both watch or anything like that and it's not weird to go to someone you don't know it's like perfectly natural Israel because you're part of the same tribe right so what's going on there is it's an actual survival technique among humans to want to be apart of a tribe and because you feel safe in that tribe as opposed to people who are potential enemy who are not part of your tribe. That's Kinda hardwired and our brains. And there's one neuroscientist named Edward t hall who identify different levels of proximity so one level of proximity the furthest list away is about twenty feet or further. Our brains don't track. People are ancient brains dude our DNA. Don't track people who are further than twenty feet away but once they get closer than about twenty feet we begin to track them and we can't help that that's public spaces for the twenty feet social space inside of about about twenty feet and then in even closer personal space From about four feeder closer. So when you walk into a room and there's people that are within twenty feet of you you can't help but track those people you want to know where their friends here are the potential enemies here and if there's people that you know you feel great and you have very positive human emotions that are happening in your brain. If you get into a crowded subway car or an elevator you can have negative reactions and then even closer the personal space cocktail party party distance. Four feet away or closer that's the most powerful relationships and so what that means for us in our businesses can we you create ways to put people in close proximity with one another either your employees in close proximity with your customers or even better your customers in close proximity with each other. We talk about a great example in the book of impact branding and design their marketing agency. The and they have this digital sales marketing summit next one's coming up in April their marketing agency but they created this fabulous event for probably two thousand people there this year that close proximity of those people is really powerful because those really strong emotions and then have people say yeah. I love this company impact branding and design. I love their event and they become fans for that unreasonable. Okay there's a lot of stuff. We also went to talk about with proximity but before we do. I WanNa thank many chat for their support of marketing over coffee talking about getting closer to your customers. We all hate waiting for customer. Service helps or give your customers. The best experience connect with customers faster than the traditional ways via mobile messaging whether it's facebook messenger or SMS. Many shadows built for sales and marketing. You can sell products. Book Appointments. Nurture leads capture contact info and build relationships all through Messenger. MSMX tried one point. Three a billion people use Messenger every day. So this channel that you want to get in front of and in fact we've got an interview with might have caught last week talking about how this is the next frontier as far as messaging. And you want to get out in front of it. If you're building yourself. A by many chat can get you there instantly. You just go ahead and set up. You WanNA use code. Mc Pro that will give you a free pro level subscription for months. You can get your all set up so that you can have automated chat going on and be able to gather information distribute resources. Whatever you need to do customer service all automated? real-time time available twenty four seven. Be sure to check that out. You can check it out over at many chat dot com and we WANNA thank them for their support of this show and so there was another level of proximity to the. You're talking about now. So a lot of people have said to US David this whole proximity thing and Rico. This whole proximity thing sounds really interesting. I don't run a business where I can bring people together or I run a virtual business customers all over the world What can I do so we we learned about another aspect of neuroscience called mirror neurons which parts of our brains that fire when we see someone do something or maybe even only hear somebody do something and our brain is firing as if we are doing that activity ourself herself? I'm going to demonstrate to John and those who those of you who are listening. We'll be able to imagine what I'm doing. I'm holding up. A lemon right can confirm from Mrs Allen so if I take by the lemon it's really powerful. My is automatically kind of scrunch. Shut my mouth puckers up my saliva. Glands are doing their thing and my brain is firing. Because I've just taken a bite of that lemon and John is your brain rain firing too you can tell it tastes this hour to watch you that we did it. Live on at at hub spot inbound conference conference and I bet maybe even people just listening and not seeing me pick up. That lemon might be feeling a little bit of lemon on their time as well. That's Mirror Neuron. Your brain is firing by just seeing or even just hearing somebody do something so what that means is you can use photo. Oh and video on websites and social media to approximate a physical connection. You can crop your video and your photos as if it's your four feet from somebody. You can use video in such a way that people's brains say yes. I'm in close physical proximity with this company Penny with the people in this company. That's why you feel you know a movie star. You don't know that movie star but your brain tells you do because you see them in close physical proximity to view on the screen. That's why youtubers have been getting so popular recently to all those bloggers talking just to you right right. And and what's changed. Recently with the bloggers augurs in the youtubers is. They're now doing what we suggest in the book right is look directly at the camera. Crop it as if you're about four feet away talk directly in a Casual tone to the camera which is way different than the old sixty minutes style. which is two cameras over each other's shoulder and you're not looking.

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10:51 min | 2 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

"Show. One of the case studies in Booker talking about was car options. And you're talking about how people go to these auctions but it's really like five people are throwing down the huge thousands of dollars to buy these cars but everybody's there for the show Oh to watch what's going on and Haggerty company that does insurance for in this space for antiques. collectibles has been able to take advantage of that. Tell us more about haggerty's so it's really interesting interesting. Hagerty insurance is fascinating example. Because first of all John Do you love auto insurance. I have my agent here in Bedford that I've picked up eighteen years ago and haven't looked back. Yeah well everybody hates buying auto insurance right because first of all you hate to spend the money because it feels it was like you're spending the money that money goes out the door and it's like awful but what's even worse. Is that if you have to use that insurance because it meant it means you've crashed your car. That's even worse so it's a product category. When hate so I was speaking with Mikhael? Haggerty the C. E. O. OF HAGERTY insurance they auto insurance and he says David everyone hates. It's might Mike category of product. It's terrible and so I realized I couldn't do what all the other companies are doing number one. I couldn't become the low cost the provider. I didn't want to do that. That's no fun and I couldn't spend a boatload more money than everyone else on advertising to compete with geckos lizards or whatever that is out there so I decided decided to do something completely different. I decided to build my business on fandom. And so what he does is he's not now L. Fast forward. The punchline is is the largest classic Car Auto Insurance Company in the world. They'll grow by two hundred thousand customers this year and so what they did was actually. I realized that there's already a community of fans of classic cars and they go to classic car Schotz and so they now go how good insurance insurance now goes to over one hundred classic car shows a year and they set up a booth. They provide education and valuation reports and all kinds of interesting being valuable information for people. They have a million followers of their youtube channel. There are no insurance company with a million followers of the YouTube channel. They have six hundred fifty thousand members of their drivers offers club. And then like you said they realized another place that classic car fans go were these auctions and so they created an APP where you could be anywhere in the world and you can follow in real time. What's going on the auction and all of this? All of this does is it. Takes people who are already fans of classic cars and makes them mm fans of Haggerty they also by the way have a magazine that goes out six times a year. So this idea that Mikhael Haggerty told me was. I didn't have to invent the passion for the car I just had to tap into it. And that's something that so many of us can do with our companies find out who's passionate about what it is that they're doing that can be related to what we do and then tap into that you can tap into those communities. Muniz you go to the auctions just was a great example of going to where the passion yes run into that there was another chapter in there that talks about proximity Timothy. You're not just going to the event but actually getting closer to people. So one of the things that we really wanted to do is look at the neuroscience aspect of what's going on in our brains when we become fans of something and Rico sometimes gets mad at me because I'm I don't know anything about neuro science and she has a neuroscience degree right so but it's kind of Nice to have the version that almost everyone can understand trigger rather than the Columbia University neuroscientist version of it. But we really did want to find out what's going on the brain when we get interested in something nothing and so we we spoke with neuroscientist. Did some research around this and what it comes down to and if I could be so bold as to break down. This book called called Van Accuracy into one sentence. This is that it's about a genuine human connection. It's about people getting together and in our brains when we're together with like minded people that's a very very positive thing so like if I'm at a grateful dead concert I'm with my tribe that's really powerful. I'm with not only with my friends who I go to the show with who are among my best friends and we go to shows all the time but also anybody who's there is a like minded person you know I could walk up to anyone at a show and and begin conversation. As if we're old friends I would imagine the same. Thing's true at COMECON right. Yeah I mean we're seeing in costumes that we love going up to them saying like. Oh my Gosh I love this. Let's talk about this show that we both watch or anything like that and it's not weird to go to someone you don't know it's like perfectly natural Israel because you're part of the same tribe right so what's going on there is it's an actual survival technique among humans to want to be apart of a tribe and because you feel safe in that tribe as opposed to people who are potential enemy who are not part of your tribe. That's Kinda hardwired and our brains. And there's one neuroscientist named Edward t hall who identify different levels of proximity so one level of proximity the furthest list away is about twenty feet or further. Our brains don't track. People are ancient brains dude our DNA. Don't track people who are further than twenty feet away but once they get closer than about twenty feet we begin to track them and we can't help that that's public spaces for the twenty feet social space inside of about about twenty feet and then in even closer personal space From about four feeder closer. So when you walk into a room and there's people that are within twenty feet of you you can't help but track those people you want to know where their friends here are the potential enemies here and if there's people that you know you feel great and you have very positive human emotions that are happening in your brain. If you get into a crowded subway car or an elevator you can have negative reactions and then even closer the personal space cocktail party party distance. Four feet away or closer that's the most powerful relationships and so what that means for us in our businesses can we you create ways to put people in close proximity with one another either your employees in close proximity with your customers or even better your customers in close proximity with each other. We talk about a great example in the book of impact branding and design their marketing agency. The and they have this digital sales marketing summit next one's coming up in April their marketing agency but they created this fabulous event for probably two thousand people there this year that close proximity of those people is really powerful because those really strong emotions and then have people say yeah. I love this company impact branding and design. I love their event and they become fans for that unreasonable. Okay there's a lot of stuff. We also went to talk about with proximity but before we do. I WanNa thank many chat for their support of marketing over coffee talking about getting closer to your customers. We all hate waiting for customer. Service helps or give your customers. The best experience connect with customers faster than the traditional ways via mobile messaging whether it's facebook messenger or SMS. Many shadows built for sales and marketing. You can sell products. Book Appointments. Nurture leads capture contact info and build relationships all through Messenger. MSMX tried one point. Three a billion people use Messenger every day. So this channel that you want to get in front of and in fact we've got an interview with might have caught last week talking about how this is the next frontier as far as messaging. And you want to get out in front of it. If you're building yourself. A by many chat can get you there instantly. You just go ahead and set up. You WanNA use code. Mc Pro that will give you a free pro level subscription for months. You can get your all set up so that you can have automated chat going on and be able to gather information distribute resources. Whatever you need to do customer service all automated? real-time time available twenty four seven. Be sure to check that out. You can check it out over at many chat dot com and we WANNA thank them for their support of this show and so there was another level of proximity to the. You're talking about now. So a lot of people have said to US David this whole proximity thing and Rico. This whole proximity thing sounds really interesting. I don't run a business where I can bring people together or I run a virtual business customers all over the world What can I do so we we learned about another aspect of neuroscience called mirror neurons which parts of our brains that fire when we see someone do something or maybe even only hear somebody do something and our brain is firing as if we are doing that activity ourself herself? I'm going to demonstrate to John and those who those of you who are listening. We'll be able to imagine what I'm doing. I'm holding up. A lemon right can confirm from Mrs Allen so if I take by the lemon it's really powerful. My is automatically kind of scrunch. Shut my mouth puckers up my saliva. Glands are doing their thing and my brain is firing. Because I've just taken a bite of that lemon and John is your brain rain firing too you can tell it tastes this hour to watch you that we did it. Live on at at hub spot inbound conference conference and I bet maybe even people just listening and not seeing me pick up. That lemon might be feeling a little bit of lemon on their time as well. That's Mirror Neuron. Your brain is firing by just seeing or even just hearing somebody do something so what that means is you can use photo. Oh and video on websites and social media to approximate a physical connection. You can crop your video and your photos as if it's your four feet from somebody. You can use video in such a way that people's brains say yes. I'm in close physical proximity with this company Penny with the people in this company. That's why you feel you know a movie star. You don't know that movie star but your brain tells you do because you see them in close physical proximity to view on the screen. That's why youtubers have been getting so popular recently to all those bloggers talking just to you right right. And and what's changed. Recently with the bloggers augurs in the youtubers is. They're now doing what we suggest in the book right is look directly at the camera. Crop it as if you're about four feet away talk directly in a Casual tone to the camera which is way different than the old sixty minutes style. which is two cameras over each other's shoulder and you're not looking.

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11:55 min | 2 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

"This is marketing over coffee with Christopher Penn and John Wall. Good Morning winning will come to marketing over coffee on John Wall. Today we have a guest. WHO's been with us so many times? I can't keep track of David Scott. Welcome to the show today. Thanks John Great to be here now. Now we're talking about David's new book fan accuracy and we are also here today with his Co author who is also happens to be his daughter. Rico Scott thanks for joining us. Thank you. The book is launching January race seventh and so as links to that in the show notes. And you can check that out but the first thing that came to me when I was going through the book this quote the myth of unyielding professionalism obscures are genuine connections and that really hit me as kind of a core tenant this book but starting from that. Tell us where the idea for. The book came from. And what drove you. Get this project going so I was so focused on the things. I'm a fan of. I mean I've been to seventy five grateful dead concerts. I've got a spreadsheet with seven hundred ninety live shows that that I've seen in my life and I just really really interesting to me so I was exploring this idea of fandom as the possibility for a book thinking to myself. Hey Can Dan I. Can I come up with an idea around. fandom an end can all kinds of organizations create fans fans and I started to quiz radio in the car all the time like what millennial think of this and and what woman think of this and tell me about your phantoms and and I think the moment was when you went to comic con yourself you wrote a little thing for it and send it to me to see see what I thought about it. And you're like at the moment I was like no I want this done right. I need to hurry this so I so she said maybe I should write this part of it and I was like maybe you should be my co author and so we just decided to to do this together. And and so it's been nearly five years of research and writing and it's been great because Not only is radio clearly different generation and different gender here but and has different phantoms. But she's a neuroscientist. WHO'S FINISHING UP MED school? So we come from very very different. Perspectives right. Yeah but we. We shared some of the fandom stuff together lots of concerts and we got to see sleep. Roy Moore in separate times but we got to share that together writing the book as well. So it's been great and it was a really good thing. I didn't write the check. Yeah we'll come kind of a great place to start off. Two audiences dances comic. Con is a big deal. We track every year as it comes into runs. Now you've been more than five years in a row though. Yeah I started going. I went to college in New York City and so I went with my friends starting then and I kept going after I left New York. Still with my undergrad friends. Getting I'm getting a little bit better at our cause play such a whole science all dead. I mean because there's so many things you want to do but then it's like Oh wait you do also need to be able to walk around for a whole day. ooh sometimes it's a special to make up for me because a few years I did like full face like very thick makeup in not scratching it off going to the bathroom in the the middle and make sure that it's still on that was the hardest and I had a week one year which also was so some of the past characters I was. I was Zuko but From after the last Arab Andrew Zuko as the Blue Spirit. I was death from Sandman neo gaming comics and and the one where I had a wig and I was one of three versions of the Morgan from wicked in divine so that was in the book and being able to actually meet the creators. That must've been amazing because they were impressed by the stuff that you were scared like oh well they recognize us will be cool but they were. They had a great response. And that's kind of why it made it into the book because that's the kind of response want from when you're so into something that they've done. Yeah it's funny David you've talked about this too. Big Part of the book is both putting your creations out there to let the fans kind of run with them and do I mean right now we have a lot of stuff going with your youtube is scanning all these videos and point down all the. Somebody's got their kid's birthday but they have a popular song on the ground so it gets down but a lot of the work you guys have done says that you know letting this stuff out and run is what really gives you the extra boost. Yeah absolutely and I. I encountered that when I was the teenager actually because the grateful dead allowed fans to record their concerts every other band on the ticket it said no recording allowed no video no audio recording. The grateful dead said sure why not allowed. Fans to bring professional level recording gear into the show's gave you a seat right behind. The Mixing Board even had a power strip you could plug into and initially. It was cassette tapes and then later on MP three files and and even today touring deadandcompany. You can record the shows shows and what that did is the grateful dead said. Yes you can share this music you can give it away you can trade it you just. Can't it sell it and that made them super popular. Because I remember I was a teenager and I listen. I was listening to music. My the next door neighbor was blaring out of his his his His bedroom windows. What's this and it was a one of these tapes? And that's what got me interested and I've been going ever since I went to seven deadandcompany concerts in two thousand nineteen. I'm still spending money on the band because they they did this. Re- thing the sharing and trading is the important part. I think because that's what builds the community if you aren't able to have that communication between different fans of the same thing. Then how are you going to to build the community that will keep going to the concerts or in my case Fan Fiction community is a very similar thing. We're taking TV. Show like doctor who writing leading our own stories sharing them with each other but that makes us keep coming back to the show that is the original on the fan fiction side. What is is most of that stuff kind of shunted off our other shows that except that stuff and run with it and what's the overall culture the it's very mixed depending on? Who is the main creator? A lot of authors are actually quite into it. Neil Gaiman for example Specifically is like I love fan fiction. I can't read it because of legal reasons. But he loves that That ends up doing that. And he shares fan art things like that but things like like Disney are very good at cracking down on things like that and it's harder to do which is so stillie because the fans are expressing their love of a culture of a piece of art and the original creators are saying. No you've shared with me. How Harry Potter is kind of mixed? Yeah right because you tell. Tell the US about what you wrote Harry Potter and it's actually quite relevant to now too because there's this idea of death of the author right so when a author writes something what the author actually meant when they were writing. It doesn't matter what actually matters is what the they wrote. And what the reader thinks and so basically anything that is put out in the world has its own life outside of what the author originally meant and so. This is really important. Gordon Harry Potter where Harry Potter's huge life. Outside of the original books. You know all this picture and all of the movies as well. Like candid ended a non-chemical canonical things. But recently as well as like a few years ago J. K.. Rowling has had a few instances where she says something that the fans are like. You can't go back and say this is what I meant. You don't have the right to declare some right and so the example is like Oh dumbledore is is gay. It's like you never actually wrote that. You as an author saying that now doesn't change what you wrote before what the fans actually think about it and to also it helps in separating this death of the author idea Helton separating what enjoying the medium enjoying the work and not necessarily agreeing with everything the author says so recently on twitter. It's been an issue of J. K.. Rowling saying things that are anti trans And so a lot of readers actually identify trends are quarterback nudity and are saying like. I don't like what you're saying but I'm still going to involve myself in the books. And so that's operations important. Can you describe briefly your the fan fiction you wrote a long one. I think junior or a senior in college I wrote an eighty five thousand word Alternate seventh book in which DRACO Malfoy is as a spy for the order of the Phoenix. Five thousand words you published it on one of the fiction dot net like one of the old school website. Yeah how did that go. How did that run it? It actually did any traction or is the good thing about those sites is is The people who read it are often very kind and read and write good comments. I got a few hundred comments. Thousands of people reading it and that it's just kind of comment in the in the community. You know everyone enjoys that. Other people are making things for each other so on one hand Harry Potter world is supportive offend defend things like fan fiction but on the other hand. JK rollings herself as every once in a while has a few pronouncements that get people in shape right. Well it's interesting to there's so much stuff with not as much with authors and other mediums. Where the artist has got into some behavior? That's offensive or worse. You know outright criminal and you get a lot of questioning of like okay. How do we keep the work of art separated from the artist or do we cut off all supported the artist? or or what do we do. Yeah it's just so much of that is a challenge because has now we see everything. I think so much of. This was happening all the time. But now everybody's on twenty four seven and can be watched and record it so it's it's more of a challenge but yeah there's A. There's a ton of questions you we. Can we run with that. I don't WanNa get pulled down that rat hole because there's so much bad behavior there is and you know. Yeah there's a difference between bad behavior and trying to impose your view of what you're doing on your fans so we just have to pause for a moment i WanNa Thank H.. refs for their support of marketing over coffee. H refs as our SEO tool at trust insights and it is just fantastic. It's got everything from folks who are absolute beginners and just want to log again and make sure that there are doing the best that they can do on. Seo All the way up to expert users can export the data and use it for further analysis. We run a bunch of stuff through machine learning and artificial intelligence to give us a picture of the competition that can't be retrieved from anywhere else out in the universe so for folks that are longtime fans of the show you know that it has been a supporter for a long time in and I've got a link to a post that's got all the latest features. They've got since they were back with us in two thousand nineteen so go ahead and check that out over in the show notes and if you're not getting significant search traffic interests tool also helps find topics worth creating page content or content on. You can easily see estimated search volumes and traffic potential with their keyword explorer tool one of the favorite right Tools in the Ben for us to take advantage of so again. We want to thank them for their support of the show. You can swing on over to. AH DOT COM. It's address but it's spelled H.. Dot Com com and swing on over there till the marketing over coffee. Sent you and check out the tool just what you need to get your Seo efforts on track we thank.

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"reiko" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

Marketing Over Coffee

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

"This is marketing over coffee with Christopher Penn and John Wall. Good Morning winning will come to marketing over coffee on John Wall. Today we have a guest. WHO's been with us so many times? I can't keep track of David Scott. Welcome to the show today. Thanks John Great to be here now. Now we're talking about David's new book fan accuracy and we are also here today with his Co author who is also happens to be his daughter. Rico Scott thanks for joining us. Thank you. The book is launching January race seventh and so as links to that in the show notes. And you can check that out but the first thing that came to me when I was going through the book this quote the myth of unyielding professionalism obscures are genuine connections and that really hit me as kind of a core tenant this book but starting from that. Tell us where the idea for. The book came from. And what drove you. Get this project going so I was so focused on the things. I'm a fan of. I mean I've been to seventy five grateful dead concerts. I've got a spreadsheet with seven hundred ninety live shows that that I've seen in my life and I just really really interesting to me so I was exploring this idea of fandom as the possibility for a book thinking to myself. Hey Can Dan I. Can I come up with an idea around. fandom an end can all kinds of organizations create fans fans and I started to quiz radio in the car all the time like what millennial think of this and and what woman think of this and tell me about your phantoms and and I think the moment was when you went to comic con yourself you wrote a little thing for it and send it to me to see see what I thought about it. And you're like at the moment I was like no I want this done right. I need to hurry this so I so she said maybe I should write this part of it and I was like maybe you should be my co author and so we just decided to to do this together. And and so it's been nearly five years of research and writing and it's been great because Not only is radio clearly different generation and different gender here but and has different phantoms. But she's a neuroscientist. WHO'S FINISHING UP MED school? So we come from very very different. Perspectives right. Yeah but we. We shared some of the fandom stuff together lots of concerts and we got to see sleep. Roy Moore in separate times but we got to share that together writing the book as well. So it's been great and it was a really good thing. I didn't write the check. Yeah we'll come kind of a great place to start off. Two audiences dances comic. Con is a big deal. We track every year as it comes into runs. Now you've been more than five years in a row though. Yeah I started going. I went to college in New York City and so I went with my friends starting then and I kept going after I left New York. Still with my undergrad friends. Getting I'm getting a little bit better at our cause play such a whole science all dead. I mean because there's so many things you want to do but then it's like Oh wait you do also need to be able to walk around for a whole day. ooh sometimes it's a special to make up for me because a few years I did like full face like very thick makeup in not scratching it off going to the bathroom in the the middle and make sure that it's still on that was the hardest and I had a week one year which also was so some of the past characters I was. I was Zuko but From after the last Arab Andrew Zuko as the Blue Spirit. I was death from Sandman neo gaming comics and and the one where I had a wig and I was one of three versions of the Morgan from wicked in divine so that was in the book and being able to actually meet the creators. That must've been amazing because they were impressed by the stuff that you were scared like oh well they recognize us will be cool but they were. They had a great response. And that's kind of why it made it into the book because that's the kind of response want from when you're so into something that they've done. Yeah it's funny David you've talked about this too. Big Part of the book is both putting your creations out there to let the fans kind of run with them and do I mean right now we have a lot of stuff going with your youtube is scanning all these videos and point down all the. Somebody's got their kid's birthday but they have a popular song on the ground so it gets down but a lot of the work you guys have done says that you know letting this stuff out and run is what really gives you the extra boost. Yeah absolutely and I. I encountered that when I was the teenager actually because the grateful dead allowed fans to record their concerts every other band on the ticket it said no recording allowed no video no audio recording. The grateful dead said sure why not allowed. Fans to bring professional level recording gear into the show's gave you a seat right behind. The Mixing Board even had a power strip you could plug into and initially. It was cassette tapes and then later on MP three files and and even today touring deadandcompany. You can record the shows shows and what that did is the grateful dead said. Yes you can share this music you can give it away you can trade it you just. Can't it sell it and that made them super popular. Because I remember I was a teenager and I listen. I was listening to music. My the next door neighbor was blaring out of his his his His bedroom windows. What's this and it was a one of these tapes? And that's what got me interested and I've been going ever since I went to seven deadandcompany concerts in two thousand nineteen. I'm still spending money on the band because they they did this. Re- thing the sharing and trading is the important part. I think because that's what builds the community if you aren't able to have that communication between different fans of the same thing. Then how are you going to to build the community that will keep going to the concerts or in my case Fan Fiction community is a very similar thing. We're taking TV. Show like doctor who writing leading our own stories sharing them with each other but that makes us keep coming back to the show that is the original on the fan fiction side. What is is most of that stuff kind of shunted off our other shows that except that stuff and run with it and what's the overall culture the it's very mixed depending on? Who is the main creator? A lot of authors are actually quite into it. Neil Gaiman for example Specifically is like I love fan fiction. I can't read it because of legal reasons. But he loves that That ends up doing that. And he shares fan art things like that but things like like Disney are very good at cracking down on things like that and it's harder to do which is so stillie because the fans are expressing their love of a culture of a piece of art and the original creators are saying. No you've shared with me. How Harry Potter is kind of mixed? Yeah right because you tell. Tell the US about what you wrote Harry Potter and it's actually quite relevant to now too because there's this idea of death of the author right so when a author writes something what the author actually meant when they were writing. It doesn't matter what actually matters is what the they wrote. And what the reader thinks and so basically anything that is put out in the world has its own life outside of what the author originally meant and so. This is really important. Gordon Harry Potter where Harry Potter's huge life. Outside of the original books. You know all this picture and all of the movies as well. Like candid ended a non-chemical canonical things. But recently as well as like a few years ago J. K.. Rowling has had a few instances where she says something that the fans are like. You can't go back and say this is what I meant. You don't have the right to declare some right and so the example is like Oh dumbledore is is gay. It's like you never actually wrote that. You as an author saying that now doesn't change what you wrote before what the fans actually think about it and to also it helps in separating this death of the author idea Helton separating what enjoying the medium enjoying the work and not necessarily agreeing with everything the author says so recently on twitter. It's been an issue of J. K.. Rowling saying things that are anti trans And so a lot of readers actually identify trends are quarterback nudity and are saying like. I don't like what you're saying but I'm still going to involve myself in the books. And so that's operations important. Can you describe briefly your the fan fiction you wrote a long one. I think junior or a senior in college I wrote an eighty five thousand word Alternate seventh book in which DRACO Malfoy is as a spy for the order of the Phoenix. Five thousand words you published it on one of the fiction dot net like one of the old school website. Yeah how did that go. How did that run it? It actually did any traction or is the good thing about those sites is is The people who read it are often very kind and read and write good comments. I got a few hundred comments. Thousands of people reading it and that it's just kind of comment in the in the community. You know everyone enjoys that. Other people are making things for each other so on one hand Harry Potter world is supportive offend defend things like fan fiction but on the other hand. JK rollings herself as every once in a while has a few pronouncements that get people in shape right. Well it's interesting to there's so much stuff with not as much with authors and other mediums. Where the artist has got into some behavior? That's offensive or worse. You know outright criminal and you get a lot of questioning of like okay. How do we keep the work of art separated from the artist or do we cut off all supported the artist? or or what do we do. Yeah it's just so much of that is a challenge because has now we see everything. I think so much of. This was happening all the time. But now everybody's on twenty four seven and can be watched and record it so it's it's more of a challenge but yeah there's A. There's a ton of questions you we. Can we run with that. I don't WanNa get pulled down that rat hole because there's so much bad behavior there is and you know. Yeah there's a difference between bad behavior and trying to impose your view of what you're doing on your fans so we just have to pause for a moment i WanNa Thank H.. refs for their support of marketing over coffee. H refs as our SEO tool at trust insights and it is just fantastic. It's got everything from folks who are absolute beginners and just want to log again and make sure that there are doing the best that they can do on. Seo All the way up to expert users can export the data and use it for further analysis. We run a bunch of stuff through machine learning and artificial intelligence to give us a picture of the competition that can't be retrieved from anywhere else out in the universe so for folks that are longtime fans of the show you know that it has been a supporter for a long time in and I've got a link to a post that's got all the latest features. They've got since they were back with us in two thousand nineteen so go ahead and check that out over in the show notes and if you're not getting significant search traffic interests tool also helps find topics worth creating page content or content on. You can easily see estimated search volumes and traffic potential with their keyword explorer tool one of the favorite right Tools in the Ben for us to take advantage of so again. We want to thank them for their support of the show. You can swing on over to. AH DOT COM. It's address but it's spelled H.. Dot Com com and swing on over there till the marketing over coffee. Sent you and check out the tool just what you need to get your Seo efforts on track we thank.

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Best Bets for British Champions Day

The Final Furlong Podcast

05:30 min | 2 years ago

Best Bets for British Champions Day

"Rightly so Steve Jones welcome back to the final Furlong podcast my friend thank you I told you you wouldn't be quiet for long nice late yet healthy you enjoy ten percent which I am waiting for with great anticipation in my bank account any day soon stuck in the Irish say that's probably what it is yeah that's probably a brexit situation don't mention the B also speaking of Billy five jobs one of the most in demand men in racing he was covering for Tony Kanaan on at the races just the other day in terms of Arash racing he also does plenty pieces for racist dot com and you can read them every weekend in the Irish field of these excellent column it's the return of Roy Dot Org good afternoon and welcome back to the show my friend and always a pleasure to have you on so we get to Richie Kevin and had a discussion about champions day on Tuesdays final fallen podcast which was ridiculous because we didn't have a clue what was going to run we didn't really Oh what the state of the ground was going to be what they were going to do with the track but now on Thursday we have a much closer picture of what we will get to see on sky sports racing on Saturdays so roy let me start with you by saying they have changed the track and there is going to be a slight change to the layout of the racist so just explain that for a little bit if you're not aware already they they mentioned but we could go that there was a chance of using the inner coast which is the hurdles course for the rhymes track races at the weekend which means you could two different courses in use it with night decided what's the state of the grind standing water on the Rhine course it'll be the hurdle trying to be used for the a long distance and the mayor's race so under champion stakes so you got to bear that in mind uh-huh citing shorter distances for those two races the first few races mentioned so many say same trip but different Tarim not not only have you a different line than we've been seeing all season at ascot which throws any sort of analysis you've done the Ryen try we're pretty much into the been to be honest but this is the hurdles try which hasn't been watered all season so until very recently that would have been would have been firm on the hurdles stripe laws of the last fortnight so why the track will be heavy on the street track for those races run up to over a mile the races on the Rhine crucial part of your own grind it's not much worse than good to soft and there's a big big difference between the so I could look even more stupid than normal here but those who've been backing at a for example thinking it's going to be a bog happy days will back him are how potentially screwed well we're not we're unlikely racing on the weekends so day was oppressive winner at the royal meeting on grind that was good until the morning of the risky Raanan so given good assault of the moment and this Rian forecast tomorrow there should be enough and also how is it going to affect your your tipping for the Mirror on the day like how's it GonNa Affect Your punting the fact that we're going to be looking at this on a different track and ask well I'll probably go for the moral handicaps but different but I think with statler group one races you don't want it on the heavy granted I know that people to concentrate solely on flat racing look down their nose anything knits remotely concerned with jump racing but at the end of the day it's going to be a better surface it's not gonNa be applied failed that They seem to let these jumpers go round on and not looked after as well but it's GonNa make it fairer and you can see by the field sizes that a lot of hoses turned up here when the hats they might not have done on the grind old certainly not been encouraged to very much so I'm eminently successful at it sensible and the Reiko for me I did like Declan Rex's tweet and Glenn by the way a regular on the final furlong podcast is today making his sky sports racing debut long overdue in my opinion and he looks very dapper on the telly please don't swear declan hopefully he won't by the time this podcast has gone out but he he did tweet during the week saying everybody Camden the week we might need extra noculars if you're actually there but I think it's the it's the right

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The Monster Slayer

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

11:27 min | 2 years ago

The Monster Slayer

"I want to tell you a story about a monster slayer Robert Are you game I am gay okay so once upon a time in medieval Japan there was a warrior named minimal oh no Raiko he was daring swordsman and he was famous everywhere for his bravery and his resolve and Reiko had in his service a companion named watanabe notes Suna who was also courageous and he was a formidable fighter in his own right and he wielded a bow and Arrow war suit of armor and they rake Oh and sooner were traveling on the road to key to Yama when they saw a skull floating in the sky flying in and out of the clouds above now sooner we're curious how such a thing could be so they decided let's follow the skull and they followed the flying skull all the way to Keg Arocca where it leads them to a crumbling old mansion from ancient times the decaying manor was surrounded by wild overgrown weeds in an old gate choked by vines so Reiko ordered Suna wait for him outside and Reiko entered the mansion alone as he approached the threshold he started to become aware of a presence there was an old woman lurking behind the door and he called out who are you she replied I've been living here for a good long time I am too hundred ninety years old and have served in their turn nine lords of this house and then Reiko saw her she was a horrible sight to behold before the war years is the old woman grasped her own eyelids with a tool and she flipped her eyelids back over the top of her head like a hat then she pushed her south open with a large hairpin and her lips became gigantic and she took her lips and she tied them around her own neck and her breasts began to sag down to her lap like rags the old woman began to speak again she said spring comes in autumn goes but my sad thoughts remain the same years again end but my misery is eternal this place is a demon's din no human dares pass through gates my sorrowful youth has gone but my old self sadly remains element that Bush warblers depart and swallows on the beam fly off in her sorrow the wretched old woman begged Reiko to killer with his award and put her out of her misery Reiko could see that the old woman was out of her mind so he left her alone and he instead decided to go into the house to see what had happened in salt the mystery of the flying skull and what was afflicting this woman making her think she lived demons den so he went inside the house and outside the sky grew dark and pherson winds begin to blow but soon awaited loyally for his master and inside the House Reiko began to hear the sounds of footsteps echoing like the beat of a hand drum then he saw coterie of spirits and goblins coming into the room with him but the creature didn't attack instead they only danced around and then after his fear before passing out through another door in their place came into the room a tiny woman no more than three feet tall but with a gigantic taste more than two thirds of her whole height and she had stick heavy eyebrows and when she opened her mouth Reiko could see her front teeth were black she wore we'll have an a red Hakima with nothing underneath her arms were so thin they were like strings and her skin was Pale as snowfall then that woman disappeared and Reiko realize don was nearing almost as soon as the strange woman left another woman came into the room this time the woman was graceful and calm and so beautiful that Reiko could barely believe his eyes he thought that this woman must be the true mistress of the old house finally coming out to welcome him and her is shown as bright as the reflection of a bonfire in black lacquer but when Reiko was distracted by the woman's beauty she got the better of him she lifts did up the him of her Hakima and from underneath it she heaved at the swordsman some kind of material what looks like balls of white cloud and the balls of white cloud blinded him they got his is in a rage Reiko drew his sword and a slashed the woman but she evaporated into thin air he slashed so mightily the soared passed through the floorboards and cut a foundation stone and the tip of the blade broke off where the woman had been there was now nothing but a pool of white blood on the floor with a trail of more white blood leading off somewhere else Reiko and soon joined together again and they followed the trail of white blood out of the else up into the mountains and finally to the mouth of a dark cave out of which white blood was flowing like a river at soon as suggestion the two of them made an effigy of written and vines in the shape of a man and they carried it before them as they enter the cave inside the cave they found a gigantic monster in the form of a mountain spider but nearly two hundred feet tall and wore a brocade on its head its eyes were as bright as the sun and the moon the giant monster bellowed what has happened to my body it is so painful then the monster hurled something at them in the dark and the projectile hit the effigy that they carried in front of them and knocked it down Reiko and SUNA examined the object the monster had shot at them and they discovered that it was the broken tip of Reiko says award together they took hold of the creature and they began to drag it out of the cave and the monster put up a good fight and it was a terrible monster indeed strong enough to with boulders with its legs so Reiko said a prayer to the sun goddess a Montereau sue and asked her for aid with the fight Reiko in Suna pulled and pulled actually the monster collapsed and fell belly up on the earth without hesitation Reiko drew his sword and chopped off the monster's head soon Aranda slash chopin the monster's belly but found when he got there that it had already been opened by a deep gash this was the wound Reiko had given it inside the house when it was in the former if the woman in this proved that the giant spider truly was the beautiful woman that he had seen from the gas in the giant spiders belly one thousand nine hundred the ninety heads tumbled out onto the ground the warriors cut open another part of the spider's body and many smaller spider monsters swarmed out each about the size as of a seven or eight year old child when the warriors looked further in the stomach of the spider beast they found twenty human skulls knowing what had to be done Reiko in Suna dug a grave in the ground and buried the twenty skulls and then burned the giant spiders din when the emperor heard but Reiko and soon had done in eliminating this heinous monster that had been plaguing the country he gave them promotions and appointed them governors of their own provinces and this is the story of Moton no Raiko and the giant spider that is a fabulous story I love it I just like the the the layers of the adventure and then just the the revelation ends about the horrific monstrosity that they're faced with I like how it's weird and rambling like it takes a long time to get to the final form of the monster you don't really know where it's GonNa go it takes you to a haunted house I something about that feels both unusual and intuitive the so that they start off seeing the skull and I have to assume that I guess the skull was some form of the monster I don't know but but also like how in a lot of the monster slayer stories you come across there's a more specific reason that the that the hero must undergo the quest to slay the monster that they have to rescue a princess or something right this time they're just detectives investigating something weird that they saw eventually leads them into the monster's cave to kill it which also ultimately kind of makes you feel bad for the monster like it didn't even kidnap anybody they knew they just like made their way to it seems to be entirely recreational on their part yeah well I mean I guess it kind of makes them like a some kind of roving police force almost in a way or maybe they just needed the experience points I mean that it's true so this giant spider story comes from an early fourteenth century Japanese picture scroll called the Sushi Goumas Soci- and the version of the worry that I read is as translated by the scholar Dr Nuriko T- writer who you've referenced on the show before I think in our episode about cuteness and monstrosity ooh that would make sense yeah so so my version of the story I just told was based on her translation of this fourteenth century scroll and this is not the only legend `bout giant spiders in early modern Japan the Sushi Ghouma were earth spider was a common monster found in no plays and in supernatural narratives in the following centuries but there are also other spider monsters like the ONI which was sometimes described as like a giant spider with the head of a bull and it attacks fishermen at the water's edge and there's also the jurors Ghouma which is the literally the prostitutes spider and it's another ghost like creature that appears in the literature of the Edo period shape shifting like the Sushi Boom Oh between the forms of a beautiful woman and a voracious arachnids luring men to their deaths a classic trope of of monsters appearing as is desirable humans or even non human entities of course and you see that too in in the Sushi in the story where the spider monster appears as this beautiful woman in the House and distracts the swordsman with her beauty Just long enough to throw clouds white matter in his eyes who knows what that's supposed to be I don't know if I guess it's the Silk Right Oh maybe yeah I don't know it's supposed to be I mean it's it's described as literally like clouds it's hard to know exactly what is referring to it seems to be some kind of magical substance all right yeah so we're doing something a little bit different today than we usually do in our October assode where we love to focus on monsters today we wanted to take a look at the immortal enemy of our beloved monsters the monster slayer Yeah the thing that defines the hero other times there's not a lot to say about the monster itself except certain hero of note gave it a good slaying at some point yeah and it's almost as deep and as old as the monster mythology itself ride the oldest monster stories you can find when you go back in time very often are Mr slayers stories there's a monster and there's a hero who must venture out often alone or with a faithful companion to face the monster and destroyed Royat in the monster slayer archetype is actually classed as a particular type of like myth archetype the the the princess in the Dragon type story which appears all all over the world in different cultures in you know in the that's the very broad take you know that there's like a princess who's being held captive or being threatened by some kind of monster and a hero must venture out with courage and face the

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"reiko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Newell king. Steve inskeep. Good morning, we've heard about the way that mainstream political parties have lost ground in Europe that traditional parties were hammered in EU elections the other day. Now, let's talk of one party that gained the pro environment green party group leader, Scott Keller offered an explanation for its success. I think this has to do with people wanting a positive vision of the European Union, but also wanting change and people asking for concrete steps to fight the climate crisis, German politician. Terry Ronca is an elected green party member of the European parliament, and she's on the line. Welcome to the program. Hello. Okay. So Keller calls it a positive vote a positive vision. But isn't this really negative message being sent by a lot of voters against the bigger parties, your beneficiary of that? Not at all. There was a story going around that only with anti immigration sentiment with, you know, hardening loss on security, you can win elections. And this was also expected for the European elections at the far right would necessarily gain and the exact opposite happened. People stood up for the environment. They stood up for social rights. They stood up for rule of law and democracy. And that's why the greens have such a good result in so many Member States. Let's talk about your central issue climate change. Is there a consensus in Europe about what to do about climate? What I think that we have concepts on the table. Now, we need to find majority that we can actually put them into practice. We negotiating with all the pro-european forces in the European parliament right now, and we'll have to see what the other party said in the election, campaign actually boy style into having a consensus on moving there. But we are not owning ago sheeting about environmental issues. We also negotiating about strengthening fundamental rights about stretching, strengthening social Justice, in Europe and that will be a very, very difficult negotiation. We should remind people that multiple parties end up with large blocks of seats in the European parliament after this election, there's likely to be some kind of coalition. Do you expect them to be in a governing position as a party? Well, as you know, in Germany, the greens already in government in a lot of states, so we have a lot of experience when it comes to governing the situation in the European parliament is slightly different. But indeed, we hope that now after this election where we have gained a lot of support. We have gained a lot of trust that. We can actually boy that make that into reapply tickle action. And so we are ready to take challenge, and we will see how the negotiations go to circle back the question of how far European voters might be willing to go because, as you know, I'm sure far better than I science indicate that dramatic dramatic economic changes would be called for a relatively short period of time to deal with climate change. Do you think European voters are there that they will be fine with profoundly changing where they get their energy from changing every car to electric whatever needs to be done? Well, you see, right now, every single Friday in many European cities. We have hundreds of thousands and millions of young people also older people on the street saying that we need to act on the climate, now we have about ten years, left to make this successful story to make sure that this planet will be liveable also after twenty fifty and I think that it will be a global challenge. And I hope that your will lead the way in order to make the world more. Ready for the climate change and to protect the climate, as we have it now, do you still face factions in Europe that are something like, well, the Republican party here in the United States, where they're skeptical of the science and entirely aside from the science, they're not really eager to put a lot of restrictions on the economy. Yes. And if you look at the far right in Europe, climate deniers, they have people who still say, humans don't have anything to do with that. And if you look at the scientific results of the very, very, very, very big majority of scientists it's absolutely clear that we have to do something that we have to work on how we produce energy how we move around and how Konomi wax. And I hope that we will have a big question here in the European parliament to make these changes happen. Ms ca thanks so much. Thank you. Terry Reiko is a green party member of the European parliament. All right, in Oklahoma tolsey and areas around that city are in a kind of standoff with the Arkansas river hundreds of, of homes and businesses have already been flooded and governor Kevin status counting on levies to keep the damage from getting worse. We've just got to pray for no rain, no worth, and getting rain, watershed, there'd be some serious problems. Because as NPR's Frank Morris reports the old levees, protecting the Tulsa area are starting to show their age sand springs, Oklahoma straddles the Arkansas river just west of Tulsa. It's a working class suburb, complete with a big old steel mill and until last week and expansive riverfront park. This is a major feather in our cap and probably ninety percent of the park at this point is inundated by water. The Wilson's forefathers worked at the steel mill here. He's a city councilman with an insurance business looking at, at a lot of Brown water with the city's new park used to be his grandparents, and aunt, and uncle or flooded out to along with hundreds of others in this. Town but worrisome are the levees like this one downstream from the park, and it's an earthen levee made out of dirt and sand seventy years ago? The.

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"reiko" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It was amazing my heart start racing blood pumping, and my blood felt worm. I screened for about five or ten minutes. Reiko says he has quit his job didn't say where he used to work. The second day of work. I after I knew that one. I I honestly couldn't work. Outsmarting so much that I'm sure that everyone at work noticed. But I really wanted to say something that anybody there, and I knew that it was a bad decision. And I pretty much never showed up for work again, he decided to take the cash option lump sum four hundred seventy seven million dollars, which is what most grand prize winners. Do feels like a dream and feels honestly like any moment, I'm gonna wake up, and I'm just going to be back in my room in my bed lane, and it's going to be a disappointment. But I can see that you guys are out here. And it's not that way. Reiko says before winning his financial goal was to get a thousand dollars into a savings account. Now, he says he's not sure what he's gonna do with all that money. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Some ventures fans are attempting get this a marathon of all twenty two movies, digging deep cave, but instead of fighting their way out of the cave like iron man, Tony stark. They're staying in the cave. It's been twenty four hours starting Tuesday at ten AM these fans in New York, Chicago and San Francisco began a fifty nine our marvel movie marathon cats snacks, then realized the first day we were out of all those acts shot says they do get some break for every movie. It's twenty minutes with three big breaks of an hour more hopefully to go shower and is a reward for their endurance. These fans will get to see vendors and game Thursday an hour before the general public. Jason nathanson. ABC news Hollywood. I'm sorry. The key word there is shower. About free rides on the city streetcar for reds fan. If you have a ticket to the reds game. You can now ride the streetcar for free Cincinnati city manager announced Wednesday that anyone with a game ticket can use the streetcar all day without.

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"reiko" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on KGO 810

"There's a couple of plays. We got away from it. Hurt us. How the guys in the locker room there? Boom. Yeah. They're not happy. You know? We're all we're all tar loser. You know, butt hurt. But you know, as long as they continue to fight they continue to scratch, and claw. You know, I'm I'm happy with with with the effort. I'm very very happy with the was this a game that that certainly conference play you played more better minutes than you've played in confidently. Yeah. I mean like I said outside of the turnovers thought we played a good game. There was a couple defensive miscues. We foul Reiko on a three pairs files wreck on a three attempt that he missed. Just too much of fouls that that we didn't you know? And a couple of fast break opportunities to couple of break opportunities that we didn't capitalize on. At that happens through the course of a game. You know, you're not going to play a perfect game. But yeah, we just we just gotta continue to try to get over home. So we'll we'll close the chapter on the trip specific north west and get ready for the L A schools to come in. We were just checking some scores. I don't know if you've seen it, but Utah. One on a last second shot. Mike Montgomery coming over telling liking to hang in there. So crazy things going on. So what falls on the last what Parker Van Dyke Van Dyke hit a three pointer at the buzzer to beat UCLA by one ninety three to ninety two. So the Bruins lost two straight at home. Surprising in this in this league. It's no surprise nuts. Thanks for your time. Coach like Jones head coach of the bears fall seventy nine seventy one at Oregon state..

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