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"reiko" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:04 min | 11 months ago

"reiko" Discussed on WRVA

"With the Richmond and Reiko health district says they're talking with officials in Washington state where the similar hot spot nursing home in in contact with our colleagues from king county where the Kirkland nursing home which which kind of led the news and outbreaks in this country a month and a half ago and and we have shared our our information with them they've shared their experience with us and in some ways that has been very helpful to have other colleagues who have dealt with this a similar outbreak hello says the spread at Canterbury rehab could have come about because of the lack of testing availability early on in the crisis allowing the disease to move undetected one day after last week's jobless claims numbers were released the monthly federal jobs report due out today just able to Newport's that's when that when it comes to jobless claims the pensions being felt locally there's been an increase of eighty six percent week to week and jobless claims in the Richmond region which includes the city as well as Henrico Chesterfield and Hanover counties the run number over the past week is fourteen thousand one hundred one which is up from nearly seventy six hundred last week the city of Richmond had the most claims with about forty five hundred and fifteen hundred more than the next closest hand rankle followed closely by Chesterfield and then hand over with over twelve hundred claims there are also equally dramatic numbers statewide Jeff stable to news radio WRVA during the corona virus task force a briefing at the White House Thursday Dr Deborah Berke the corona virus response coordinator for the White House says wearing a face mask is not a substitute for all the other guidelines saying the guidelines to wear mask could give people a false sense of security and lead to unwanted behaviors like the in the the administration has been considering further considering the facemask issue you're touching things and then touching your eyes you're exposing yourself in the same way so we don't want people to feel like I'm wearing a mask I'm protected and I'm protecting others forgiveness loans available starting tomorrow in the field says it's free money for companies with five hundred or fewer workers treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin saying the paycheck retention loans give small businesses money to keep paying for load workers their companies utilities and mortgage all small businesses that have five hundred or fewer people please contact your lenders and the FDIC institution will be able to do this and you get the money you'll get it the same day use this to pay your workers please bring your workers back to work Andy field ABC news Washington you could see coronavirus relief payments from the government starting in two weeks here's Erica Turkey as the government starts cutting checks the IRS worries about scams criminals take every opportunity to perpetrating fraud on unsuspecting victims especially a group of people that are vulnerable or in a state of need and since player in the state of need due to corona virus John to four with the IRS criminal investigation said there are ample targets scammers will try to get them to sign over their check or impersonate the.

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"reiko" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

Marketing Over Coffee

10:51 min | 1 year 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.

Mikhael Haggerty Hagerty insurance Car Auto Insurance Company Haggerty company David Rico John Bedford Booker Israel COMECON YouTube facebook Edward t hall Muniz Columbia University
"reiko" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

Marketing Over Coffee

10:51 min | 1 year 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.

Mikhael Haggerty Hagerty insurance Car Auto Insurance Company Haggerty company David Rico John Bedford Booker Israel COMECON YouTube facebook Edward t hall Muniz Columbia University
"reiko" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

Marketing Over Coffee

10:51 min | 1 year 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.

Mikhael Haggerty Hagerty insurance Car Auto Insurance Company Haggerty company David Rico John Bedford Booker Israel COMECON YouTube facebook Edward t hall Muniz Columbia University
Best Bets for British Champions Day

The Final Furlong Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 WRVA

WRVA

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on WRVA

"Rain so close to the city that there could be a bit of a transition zone. But I don't think it's going to be, you know, you're not talking major ice storms. I think the predominant types of precipitation when we look at the radar across central Virginia will be snow and rain, and then they'll be kind of a a mixie region in there. And so I think it a western right goes in a three to six inch zone and eastern and Reiko. We have in one two three. So it's kind of a different. Different. Different depending where you are. Ed, Charlottesville and way out west. Yeah. I mean, they could go five ten inches depending on that turns out, but the tendency is going to be hard to do and the farther north you go from Charlottesville. It's not like the the sto- chance increases very much. It'll will likely be bigger in places like Charlottesville in down toward Lynchburg. I. Going to get you know, a ton in DC or Winchester, they're probably just a few inches up there. Trae our producers flashing his light at me here at the capitol to say that he wants to ask you something. What's up during the last snowstorm worked out well road wise for us because it started as snow and pretty much stayed as snow? So the v dot was able to do the pre-trading and that worked out pretty well. Is this is the snow going to start as snow for? Yeah. Yep. Yep. Same thing. They're already out there now treating so the start of this stuff coming late tomorrow. Light stuff. And then in the overnight it'll start a snow, so yeah. And there's a different story down in the North Carolina State line. But that's. Yeah. That's relatively good news. I get and then the timing of this. We talked about that yesterday. Your you still thinking that if you've got a wedding or birthday party or something on Saturday, and I mentioned the birthday party. Because one of my friends is throwing a big birthday party for his kids. He's like, are you kidding me? I've spent two thousand dollars on this thing. I'm not cancelling it. I'm like I wanna be your kid. If you spend two thousand dollars birthday. Yes. Certain you know, could go higher we may tweak up the forecast a little bit. And you know, it's a snowy Sunday. So I mean, I guess I can't I can't. Kneel down. Exactly what's going to happen yet. We do our best. But you know, you're you're gonna have a snowy birthday party on a Sunday. And then we should plan on coming in early on Monday morning because we'll probably have some closers your. Oh, yeah. I would think so I would imagine that we're going to have in central Virginia. I just want to give a quick plug. We'll be on the air Sunday Sunday morning. We normally are. But we're gonna have the more people in here Sunday six AM and for the duration, but we kind of think it'll snow through the day on Sunday. Well, hopefully, everybody gets to stay home and chill and just a joy, the snow, and then maybe will be on the low end of your forecast and everything will clear. Pretty pretty confident. We're going to get some snow. So we'll see how it works out over the next couple of days. But you know, I think he kind of works out a lot of ways that it's a weekend going not as many people are forced to had to work. So we hope it goes. Well, we'll continue to sort of keep people up to date as we get closer a live on NBC twelve with Andrew freidan and here on NewsRadio WR VA as well. Andrew freidan. Thanks, always enjoy talking to you look at okay. Bye. Bye. Appreciate it very much. I mean, that's. Being.

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"reiko" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on WRVA

"And Reiko officer has recovered from the minor injuries. He suffered when he was rear ended on is sixty four in the east end Wednesday. The Astro van traveling eastbound struck the officer in the rear squad car. Now. The fortunate thing is the offers it wasn't his vehicle the time. It was struck Henry. Your hospital for treatment, minor injuries and labor state. Police sergeant Keeley held the driver Johnno Malia Matthews county has been charged with reckless driving for state police troopers were struck in separate accidents during the recent snow when a Hanover firefighter was killed on the highways during the fall, hurricanes the rain, we got today enough to move us into second in the record books, and you might even hear some thunder tonight. It looks like a severe weather threat is a pretty low today. The marginal risk is set up in North Carolina. So it's well tour south so not expecting severe weather by any means, but can't rule out some strong wind gusts with the line that moves on through NBC, twelve dot coms. Megan wise, there are also rain chances Sunday and New Year's Eve mother of an eight year old boy who died at the border likely from flu is talking eight-year-old Philippa Gomez Alonzo who passed away on Christmas Eve was part of that tenfold surge in migrants to come through El Paso this year. He died six days after being detained along with his father monkeys mother speaking to cameras for the first time saying it was a surprise when my husband said that my son died goodbye to him. He was healthy. Philippi was the second child to die in the span of three weeks while in border patrol custody law enforcement and Callum says they have captured a man accused of killing a California police officer during a traffic. Stop Gustavo Perez Arago was arrested in Bakersfield, he's accused of shooting. And killing corporal Ronald saying the day after Christmas months after election day. No resolution in one of North Carolina's congressional districts, Republican Mark Harris Friday, demanded the North Carolina elections and ethics board declare him the winner, but that didn't happen in the board dissolved under court order democratic governor ROY Cooper wants an interim board to investigate that won't happen. Because the legislature says no, meanwhile, Harris who admits to hiring the political operative suspected of hijacking ballots in bladen county. Has refused to turn over documents or submit to election board interviews, and it looks like the matter of who will represent North Carolina's ninth district in congress won't be resolved. Until after the end of January. Pete combs, ABC news. And it's not clear if the end.

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"reiko" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Silver. Lake trader Joe's standoff is facing murder charges Just like we talked about. Yesterday handle even know it was a police bullet that. Actually killed the store manager you were explaining, how he will still face the. Murder charge is felony murder rule where. If someone is engaged in a crime in. Which killing happens then the the charge murderer extends to everybody involved in but they, almost never will that's the person. That usually turn state's evidence that flips usually the person not involve the getaway. Driver, whatever is the one that flips, and in this case there isn't anybody there's nobody for him to Reiko operated by they also though they're not that successful, in getting convictions for murder under these. Circumstances they. Can charge. Them for. Sure. But, a lot of times those are also cases where you get an acquittal So in this thing so Murder, yeah Going to be convicted. Of The supreme court has ruled that anybody where the death penalty has been given to people involved, in the felony murder rule which is. To happen all, the, time the court said no. You don't. Pull the trigger you're not you're not going to be put down So all right we'll talk more about, that later the ninth circuit court of. Appeals just ruled, that, the second amendment gives you. The right. To openly carry a gun in public The argument, because no it's going to the supreme God. However, I mean you. Wouldn't normally expect this especially to come out of the, ninth circuit but they.

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"reiko" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on WRVA

"This morning hi Linda hi miss, CAD how are you great to everybody who you are sure we'll cat. This is Linda Tony and I am a major with Henrico, police and thank you for having us on today we're so. Glad and I'm always great to THEO, so proud of you you're my hero well, thank you you. Are so sweet and I think you're excited, and, if, you old, enough, you, would come, join us for our youth. Academy is that right Boy, I'm so. Glad to hear? That but thank you for having. A, song we. Do want to tell, you a little bit about it yes please do so coming up we have our Henrico. Police youth academy, and the six year that we've had this and it's. Coming up Monday. August, twentieth at. Through Friday August twenty fourth my gosh what are. The ages okay you have, to be fifteen to seventeen years old so you're. A little young You do need to live in Henrico county to attend a Henrico county school and we do, need an. Application, so there's. A deadline coming up? For. That okay said the deadlines pretty soon the deadline. Is July thirtieth so yes Here's a couple of different ways you can get that but we can talk about that too okay now who did you bring with you. Well. I, brought two friends with me. One is author Jason Caravaggio and Jason. Has been a part of the youth academy helping to put that on and he'll tell you a little. Bit about and then he'll introduce his guests okay Jason good to see you again I know you're involved so much in it's such a great. Honor, to have. You and you make makes a difference in these young folks lives thank you, and thank you for having son. And thank you for what you do for. The. Police department in the residents. Of a Reiko county oh. My pleasure Tell me more about what you. Do with the, academy so, it's a week long academy so it will start on Monday August twentieth so generally what we've done in the past is you'll do I have an ice introduction. With. The, chief of staff you get. A tour of the building and then. We move on through the week and you'll, have individual officers come in like a canine officer introduced to. Students canine we'll do the police simulator they'll learn how to do forensics how to pick up a lift fingerprints how to pick up the and. Things, like that Then, they'll do like the DUI goggles oh my goodness They love that the kids so gently which you do there is, they set up cones you right on a golf cart and they do it without the glasses which simulated you'll be an intoxicated and they go, through the pattern through the, cones driving the golf cart which would simulate, being sober and then they put different levels glasses. On and it's kind of fun to. Watch, the kids Learn what it's like to lose your functions, your your vision and your, your motor skills and they start knocking all, the combs down and then they say what happened When they're doing that to talk to him about distractions. Like, texting while you're driving a golf cart so maybe some people think that's not as. Bad as. A DUI but we do talk to them about that. As well well I think that's great because texting is. Definitely a problem while you're driving for everybody you're right and there's some, other things that are going to, do they've sometimes they get a tour of the Henrico jail so you want to see. That on the inside just while you're visiting but not to come, and stay but you're going to get a chance to talk to a lot of different police officers. It's. Really important for us that we build relationships with, young people and you may have the opportunity where there's young people, who may want to become a police officer yes? If they don't want to be a police officer it's time for them just. To, have. A good relationship? With. One, but. Jason would you introduce. Your, guests for us this is? Gina car. And she participated in two thousand sixteen youth? Police. Academy hey Tina. How are you good hi cat. Get to see you now how old are you now I'm seventeen so you went through, you already completed Joyce yes was a fine..

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"reiko" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is she Reiko what? Do. I say, back what do I do The crime starts about thirty seconds after you let them drop anchor there had been smoking. You said he's smoking a. Cigarette yeah if you've been. Smoking that cigarette next to that guy on the. Tennis court that gets annoyed because you're running your car yeah that. Could have worked of the thing is like a guy. Smoking a cigarette right you smoke cigarette on the beach now you can. Get arrested. That will be enforced yes but by a lot, of places now sure have banned outdoor smoking, but this, guy could have dropped, his pants, and left a loaf. Right on the sidewalk in front of a bunch of eight-year-olds nothing would have happened now we got lots to. Do we're gonna have called Demayo on after two thirty talk about. The, latest and, the gas in the car, tax repeal, we found, out late in, the show yesterday, breaking news Jerry Brown says. No on propsects the. Gas in the car tax repeal. Oh yeah. When we come back speaking to Jerry Brown. Proof I'm glad? Listener found this? Story missed it liars thieves? And horrors in Sacramento John and, Ken show Debra Mark We have to make a date has news and I'm gonna. Be posting all over social media the California Supreme Court is blocking a measure that would divide California into three states prop nine would have created three states named, California southern California and northern California The state supreme court has removed it from the November ballot. The twelve members of. A youth soccer team in, Thailand stuck in a flooded cave for. More than two weeks or now out of, the hospital and talking about their ordeal the boy said they had been in the cave before and they all. Can swim contrary to media reports one of the. Boys says the arrival of rescuers, was a miracle the European Union is find Google a record five.

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"reiko" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on WRVA

"Bring my listeners attention here today that there are crazy scams going on out here and most of you listening certainly wouldn't share a credit card or social security number with somebody on the other end of the phone that saying the irs to begin with that's not how the irs contacts us if you are i have a tax issue you'll get a letter and the issue will be explained in a letter now if you don't respond to that what happens you get another letter and if you don't respond to that you get another one and another one and another one and they'll just keep going until as the woman said and the irs she said well we'll just drown you in nail but that's how they do it you don't get phone calls and you don't get anything over the internet on your email but it's scary because i realize as quickly as i caught on and as quickly as all of my listeners would to that this is ridiculous but i did want to hear exactly how they were going to follow through on this although i got so frustrated i couldn't keep up with it the bottom line is there are people out here that are vulnerable to this kind of thing they do believe that the irs would do something like this contact them leave a scary message that you're going to be indicted and you're going to be arrested oh and i asked the guy i said now your message said i was being indicted in federal court and a warrant was going to be issued for my arrest immediately i said does that mean i'm going to be arrested today or tomorrow and that's when he stopped and he wasn't sure what to say at that point but he said oh well this is very serious you're certainly going to be arrested how many times have you ever been told that in your life i'll tell you what you you talk about brazen you talk about just off the wall crazy but that's so frightening to people i would imagine there those that are vulnerable to that and again i just wanted to bring it up because it happened here i'm right here in reiko and i got the call and it was a texas number that i got back to so obviously there in the area and i.

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"reiko" Discussed on WBOB 600AM

WBOB 600AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on WBOB 600AM

"Like ken reiko chesterfield half but then when the blue folks moved from other states right california new york jersey says they come out and then they imposed their flu values again and start to regulate and raise taxes and the and the house of representative nancy pelosi has promised and every democrat will go right along in lockstep because they can't depart they will raise taxes and they'll put an end to the economic growth that you just talked about and so it is just numbing and the proof of that is every single democrat i i had to vote against tax cuts so they want us to go back to being miserable have no jobs high unemployment taxes are high your children in the basement they can't get jobs high school debt everything is bad you know then they're happy miserable they just want you to be miserable it's amazing and i will put another way that we got great news on the economics but there is a cautionary side to this great economy it's gonna reveal that we're not getting our kids skilled up and ready to go.

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"reiko" Discussed on The Frazley Report - Your Weekly World of Warcraft News

The Frazley Report - Your Weekly World of Warcraft News

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on The Frazley Report - Your Weekly World of Warcraft News

"Regarding our fate reports are coming into us that dowa remain in the broken aisles will keep you updated if we learn any more frisian an update to our coverage on the auction house system gaelic shut down the auction house on wednesday he cites reversal of auction house fee which we discussed in applets seventeen he said that because of the community's reaction to the fee he decided to shut down the remote access due to its rising costs think with the pi is remain up but sadly no access to buy or sell while on the toilet galax just said down g or fortnight on your phone instead it's my goblin prussian this has been the frazzle report i am frankly sparks ban and find the show at razz report dot com until next week be awesome i'm off to go get a pizza from reiko pizza i think he'll get either a swedish banana pizza still maybe hungry for that one where a ham and pineapple pizza maybe i'll see sorts wants a slice or to the podcast covers bizzare games we are not ffiliated with wizard entertainment us express hosted guests are there so the ark music comfortable dame's in owed by loser entertainment no copyright infringement is intended want more awesome this every week visit lately awesome dot com weekly best to make your week better remember to smile be awesome.

"reiko" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Dr patrick show chris mannix boniver dp down the boys off this week join is due to by nick reiko host first things first f s one catch on every morning six thirty a m on fox sports one we talk about basketball i nick put the couple of football things wanna get into yellow suit gianni menzel in this was predictable right the johnny manziel you know rehab tour he goes on good morning america he says he's bipolar he says he stopped drinking it as part of my takes a lot of the same things he's he's reaching out extending olive branches nationwide i my question for you is not that like i think teams can can buy in eventually to johnny manziel rehab damage we can they buy to johnny manziel the football player once again ten he get another shot the nfl another shot is interesting i mean i think he would have to play professionally elsewhere i think if he goes to canada and by the way there are a lot of guys in the nfl not hundreds but a couple dozen that have played in canada they either went from the nfl to canada back to the nfl or started off in canada i'm in my partner chris carter his son is that a good career in canada and at the end of each season at the very least gets contacted by nfl teams that are interested in talking to him i think that would be the first step of it because there are always two big hurdles to get over with johnny one of them was all the nonfootball stuff and he has lumped on wednesday that seems like flip in but he he is explained it's not as an excuse sometimes as next when asian he's explained i incredibly so what happened listen i was the only suppression of june with bipolar disorder and i self medicated that is something a lot of people can relate to not the bipolar port but the depression and yell selfmedication that's something i can relate to in my early twenties dealing with those that exact same thing and dealing with it very similarly fighting people can say okay i find that plausible and does that justify or explain away so.

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"reiko" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Dr patrick show chris mannix boniver dp down the boys office week join is duty by nick reiko host first things first f s one catch on every morning six thirty a m on fox sports one we talk about basketball i nick put the couple of football things wanna get into yellow suit gianni menzel in this was predictable right the johnny manziel you know rehab tour he goes on good morning america he says he's bipolar he says he stopped drinking it as part of my takes a lot of the same things he's he's reaching out extending olive branches nationwide i my question for you is not that like i think teams can can buy in eventually to johnny manziel rehab damage we can they buy to johnny manziel the football player once again ten he get another shot the nfl another shot is interesting i mean i think he would have to play professionally elsewhere i think if he goes to canada and by the way there are a lot of guys in the nfl not hundreds but a couple dozen that have played in canada they either went from the nfl to canada back to the nfl or started off in canada i'm in my partner chris carter his son is that a good career in canada and at the end of each season at the very least gets contacted by nfl teams that are interested in talking to him i think that would be the first step of it because there are always two big hurdles to get over with johnny one of them was all the nonfootball stuff and he has lumped on wednesday that seems like flip in but he he is explained it's not as an excuse sometimes as next when asian he's explained i incredibly so what happened listen i was the only suppression of june with bipolar disorder and i self medicated that is something a lot of people can relate to not the bipolar port but the depression and yell selfmedication that's something i can relate to in my early twenties dealing with those that exact same thing and dealing with it very similarly fighting people can say okay i find that plausible and does that justify or explain away so.

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"reiko" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

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"reiko" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"What after a nasal patrick basel published reports as us representative joe barton of taxes told a woman to whom he had sent sexually explicit photos videos and messages that he would her to us capitol police for exposing his behavior the washington post reported on wednesday that the woman whom it did not identify play uh uh played for the newspaper a recording of a telephone conversations he had with barton in two thousand fifteen reiko molad h the former commander of the bosnian serb army was sentenced wednesday life in prison for genocide and crimes against humanity sandfilled sanitation trucks and police sharpshooters will mix with glittering floats and giant balloons had a macy's thanksgiving day parade that comes at a europe terrible mass shootings and not even a month after deadly truck attack in lower manhattan the developer of the world trade center is settled the negligence suit against the airlines over the eight nine eleven attacks motel news dot com when you were a little kid you thought about what you wanted to be teaching was at the top of your less the things changed and as you got older teaching didn't seem like the best option any so you think be something else the what would your 12yearold self say now you want to be a doctor you don't think teachers save lives 25 at a time an actress try playing a different role every time the bell rings coubat a scientist ever heard of physics chemistry who do you think teaches that teachers today or breaking down obstacles finding innovative ways to instil old lessons and taking learning far beyond the four walls of the classroom it's time to recognize the great things are happening in teaching and put it back on your list don't try.

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"reiko" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"reiko" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"5050 balls lose by it's either a completion seems like or a penalty that's the way it is there and peter's they have the i don't care penalties i mean not only he hitting car when he's going down but the clothes line on cooper that is that balls in the air and i'm thinking to myself i don't care i'm just gonna cut clothesline this guy reiko is like a frustration i think i can do this and they're not going to do anything about it in a i mean his attitude for that team he he's got to turn it around with your mortgage peterson who auto markets peters that he has got to do some the coaches gotta get in his ear or something i don't know if it's possible but that's an idon'tcare moment he had a couple of those last night which are which eddie bruschi stand on the peter's thing lesson from last night's game is that so he gets into it with car his car little league carb downplayed it okay the offense of line comes of their quarterbacks defence the march on lynch who isn't even on the field runs out and i think at first it played out as if he was they're protecting his quarterback i tell her i saw if he's that costa marcus peters and that's a really saying is that they're like brothers was that a teammate sticking up for the opponent there or was he just trying to keep them out of trouble 'cause i find that really weird it looked like it to me it looked like it to me to explain why he he was protecting someone from the other team that almost telling the ref i got him i'll take care of this guy and then he went straight to peter's in almost like if they have a good relationship is like a man watch out you can lead the bench everyone knows that you just can't lead the bench i don't know what marchand was doing i don't know how del rio gets him under wraps till to get him productive again but every nfl head coach today every nfl coach in their friday meeting if you're a good coach you'll play that you'll play that say this is.

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