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4 Low-Cost Ways to Gather Customer Feedback

The $100 MBA Show

08:32 min | 1 year ago

4 Low-Cost Ways to Gather Customer Feedback

"Customer feedback is so important to gather a lot of we think we could just build an isolation. That's only going to get you. So far. At some point your business going to plateau and you're going to need to know how to move forward how can I improve and of course how can I stopped doing the things that is causing my customers. Leave me or not by for me again. So here are four. Low cost ways together customer feedback. The first one is a pre pre- customer survey now. This is a survey. You're going to send to people that are not your customer yet. They're on your email list. They're shopping around. They still haven't made the commitment commitment to become a customer wise a survey so important. Well you WANNA learn a little bit more about your buyer your customer. What they're looking for so you know how to market to them Minoa to offer so you can close the deal? This will help you improve your product or service your whole experience for your customer now. These are not super super easy to get because they're not happy customers yet so I encourage you to incentivize your potential customers and this could be something as simple as a coupon code or or free shipping or something that they can get in exchange for their time. It could be as simple email saying hey. Can you give us feedback. It'll take five minutes in exchange. Take ten dollars off your next order. Well how do you go. This is pretty simple. All you gotta do is create a Google form Google forms of absolutely free. All you need is a Jamila count and allows you to create all kinds of surveys all kinds of forms. The later review export to a spreadsheet. It's brilliant and you can literally just send an email out from your newsletter asking. Your potential customers have felt the survey learning more about how they shop. What are the important features? We're looking for you can ask them to Peru ties things. Like what their preferences in terms of colors or sizes or features or you know special options Mike Vice though is to keep the survey short ten to twenty questions Max keep them shorter if there are open ended questions because that takes a bit more time time to fill out an eulogise sent out the link to the Google form via your email newsletter nice and easy and absolutely free. The next way to gather author customer feedback that I feel is super important is a cancellation feedback. Some people call a cancellation feedback or exit feedback and this happens during a customer leaving or canceling your subscription or product or something like that or asking for a refund. preferrably you do this before or you process the refund or cancel their account. You want to get some information while you have their attention while fresh in their brain why they canceling learn a little a bit more about. What's the main reason this can be easily done with a woo? Form Wafa forms are absolutely brilliant. There's a free plan and paid plans that let's start fifteen dollars a month and you can embed these forms right on your APP or on your website and it could be just the step before they cancel so I I felt the form. They submit the form they do. You can have them go to that cancellation page where they cancel. This is really important and we believe whether it's the number one thing that helps it's US improve our product. We learned very quickly from our customers. That are leaving us. Why they're leaving us? What's going on what they love with the product that they don't? I love the product and that basically built out our roadmap for years. We know exactly what to build because you know the top reason why people are leaving is because of this reason reason the next reasons this reason and this is what we're going to build in that order this is how we're gonNA prove our product the whole experience all that stuff getting them to provide feedback when they're canceling. Housing is a pivotal time. It's fresh in their mind and they're gonNA give you the feedback because they are incentivized. They want to cancel their count or get a refund. So it's kind of like a little hoop. They have go through to make it happen. It may be a little bit inconvenient for them. But it's worth it for you to get the information that you can improve at the you know a small price to pay for you improve and you can see that in the form. Hey we want to improve the product. We want to learn more about why you're canceling or while you're asking for a refund. Can you please fill this out before we move on with the cancellation illness. Spectrum of inconveniences. It's pretty low. Many companies require you to call in and get permission from a manager and send a you a particular email or fill out a form. It's really hard to kind of cancel for example. Try cancelling your cell phone plan right so a simple survey you know and I would would keep the superstore three or four Questions gather feedback. Next is a survey you can send out to your current customers customers that are not cancelled. Old they're not leaving you. They're buying your products their members or whatever it is and they're paying you money they're happy right content and I encourage you sending a a annual survey to your customers. This is a great snapshot to learn more about what your customers love about your product where you can improve hiking. Prove who've their experience again it's different perspective from a different cohort different group of people. This is a little bit of a longer in-depth survey something like twenty to thirty questions. It's GonNa take them a bit of time. Maybe fifteen to twenty minutes the complete again. I encouraged incentivize them. Say Hey this information super vital for us it helps us grow helps improve the soffer four. You our customers. Give him an Amazon Gift Card. Jim starbucks card whatever but the information is important Oren. You don't have to incentivize them. Many people will guess responses if they have a great culture and their business in there have raving fans are going to get people responding to the survey but if you want massive results you want like the majority of the people to answer the survey incentives work. This is just something that we've tried and really you know the the proof is right there when we incentivize it's exponentially a big response to the survey and make it clear. This is just a gift to you to thank you for taking the time But please answer the survey as honestly as possible to your current custom says a third way to gather feedback. Low cost again. You can use Google form. It's an annual in-depth survey survey to your customers number four one on one calls with your customers. These are priceless. And I covered this in-depth in a previous episode on one hundred on. Hbo Oh and you don't need to do to many. You can do about a dozen every six months as a minimum and this is basically sending out an email to your customers maybe your best best customers or your most active customers. I would say people that frequent your business and say here's my calendar link you can use county. It's a free plan and you can use a cutie schedule and the free trial years. My candle link schedule time on my calendar and get on a call me phone call video call. I like video calls select expressions on their face body language. And it's basically a fifteen minute call to learn more about them as a customer who they are what they do for a living why they chose your product how they use your product. How do you describe your product to other people? What would they do if the product wasn't available anymore? What their interfere features? What is one thing? They wish they had. These calls are great. Because you honest answers you'll learn more by customers. You know who to target customers liked them. You can find out there. You have a real customer Avatar. You're speaking to real people. And it's the best market research you could do understanding your actual avatar understanding actual customer but you also learn about their relationship with your business with your product. What they love about what they wish was better? How the actually describe riber product? You might be surprised how they perceive your product much differently than you. Perceive it as and you've been describing on your sales pitch completely wrong you've got to use the same language anguish as our customers because you're trying to track more like them right people that are happy and are paying you. We'd like to record these calls and we tell you know the the customer on the call. We were recording. Bring it so that we can review it later. We transcribe it. We saved these videos so we know the language that they're using again. We use it in all our sales copier. Emails are website site. A marketing materials are adds. Customer calls are great and again low low cost. It's an email us a counter crap. That's free you can run a free video meeting using Google meat so it's not going to cost anything so simple. It's just the time you need to invest

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"riber" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"riber" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"They're doing it because the other shit is also legal, they're able to get away with it's harder to catch them. You know. This is crazy. Anyway. Because out there, all day, next guy, somebody says L, full me off of Bloomington road at three thirty in the morning. Might be AO. No. Might be his shot. Speaking of trying to find you a lady on some apps. Cleveland police officer found a way around that care. Okay. Cleveland officer accused of contacting twenty three hundred women on police computers, offering money for sexual favors. That's, that's better the plenty of fish. Nobody's account flag on why the fuck is this one account? Tibo logging in he'll get don't have protocols. Let them know the jobs chicken people shit. He's only looking at women's accounts. Does nothing nothing flags. Are you had to look at all the prostitution arrests from Saturday, get nothing flags? Like I do not understand this. You know, there have Dazs where if you fuck around and going to the wrong screen somebody get a fucking union meal. But yet you can't monitor your police sergeant. Michael Riber Zeke, fifty eight was indicted on three thousand unauthorized use the property Monday defendant, who was on duty at the time point in time, use social media platform to send non work related written messages to approximately twenty three hundred females. How many were you trying to because twenty three hundred is like you Anna, every woman like he didn't just pick like ten women that he was like. She was kind of, like letty woman, that'll be down to do some strange things, and some change should be scary. There's no checks and balances. There's nothing that says a officer unless we have a reason to a purpose y you access in these file he's gonna pay twice right on everybody. He just like I am I has a calendar on because I just wiped right on everything. Everything anybody. Anybody is trying to let me put my penis close to them is getting a thumbs up from your boy. He also accused of using Cleveland division of police law enforcement automated database system, known as leads to obtain information photos of two of the women. Yeah, you open it up. Denver allows our sued the fuck Cam he was restricted duty February. At these chartered eleven counts limitation of prostitution. He pleaded not guilty. So. Yup. Get a get a call from the police. Some money for some six just not. It might have looked criminal record may have. Let's see what else happening. Right to carry gun laws have increased violent crime cross the US do. Right. Isn't that isn't that a great, of course? Yeah. I mean. Thing my. Yeah. The places where they say you can carry guys is more crime. Not list. And it's never. They've never had a case of like, because everybody in this county district carries guns, there's less shootings. He does. Like that's just in our a talking points that people that love guns will try to out there without having facts to back them up, or they find like a real antidoto. Like in this one county, but it's like, yeah, but in the world in his state in the United States like we lead everything and gun because we have the most fucking guns per capita per person. Yes, it's crazy. Supreme court case may soon create a constitutional right to freely carry go everywhere. But that will be a day, just to make just a new study of violent crimes right to carry hang laws trigger eight thirteen to fifteen percent increase in violent crime decade after the typical stay doctor suggested a new statistic. A statistical analysis of thirty three states because you tell them, I'll you tell them not keeping all you tunnel..

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"riber" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"riber" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Lines Jamie McCullough, new Scottish pig. Let me tell you. The forty moves even summers guarding your GI. Joe moving seventeen cents Riber, paused, the Amazon file. I'm like, are we shore supposed to he was concerned? I was like, what did I just rent job as owes you fuck up that? Those watching Vic disa- can't George or something. Dude. It's like the first five minutes of this movie is the manly iron mask and fuck and get way Br. I thought Mel Gibson in Braveheart, fuck is going on here, and it's like this guy, who's selling is the Scottish guys into both sides of the both sides. They're putting this this Multan mask on his face. And here's my question to you gentlemen, shores. Do you want you want to go into that situation, shaved or not shaved? Oh, does it matter? It's all Bernie. I'm at the time. Here's here's would you wanna firm fit? Or would you because this floppy hair is kind of everywhere to tell you what the answer is? It's shaved because this way it's only one bed. Smell, just lash otherwise burnt flesh. And then to Bert hair. That's a bad smell, but burning anything temporary that smell will fade in time. And I say slap it on my face. No matter what I got on. I dunno my glasses. Sometimes I've longer hair, sometimes like a little strand. Get caught my arm like hurt. So I'm like, oh, I want to minimize that, but it's all burning off instantly. Oh, your head of hair is gone. I think your eyes pop like grapes. Like mass puts survive, so you don't have glasses and sixteen forty one. I think they'd burn you at the stake. He's wearing which Gago what they take my glasses offer. No, they would they put it on over there. They leave them on. So then the heat would break the glass in your eyeballs and also blind. You that's double what if like perfectly mold. So you always have your lenses. That'd be kind of nice, right? And then you cut to Christopher Eccleston is like Quayle. That was a waste of time. Anyway. GI Joe is the Cobra and what this again man's even summers. Another induce chill for you, buddy, the fucking tax that we that brings us into the present day in the not too stint. You cannot use that movie. Sign guys got movie sign. Exact like I could not believe that, that text came up in the not too distant future, I will say also like here. Speaking kingsman. I don't like the first of, you know, my sequel, etc. The first of a franchise should ever call and on it, it should be GI. Joe the Kingsman because then when you put the Cohen, I'm like, did I miss the first one like who's your and when I was trying to rent this, which wanna redoing, I agree with. Yeah. Yeah, but, like what are the counting the fucking animated movie shouldn't? I mean. Hey, guess what? You should know but even summers. Yeah. Legislation. Steve, you probably should count animated. Right. I mean when you mix medias like that pal. Really? Yeah. That's so animate. So you gotta do like GI. Joe one parentheses animated. Yeah. When, when you do on the grand scale of Star Wars that fucking heinous clone wars movie doesn't count. Senator Senator, I believe you counted mask of the phantasm in your bat now. All right. Oh fuck now we're gonna move. Somebody better. This is one will sign off on go ahead and do it. The phantasm takes place in the phantasm universe ball. That man fighting a fucking old tall guy. Wow. I check it out. For them, orbs dude. Batman. So Christopher Eccleston is going to be destroyed by fucking minute. Four hundred of this movie. Is giving a speech at the United Nations about this. New thing he's got what are Nanhai, which are like little O's native native pain Dejun? I was drunk, the whole. And it's him and he's giving the speech and Dennis Quaid, as general hawk is Justin attendance. Yep. Just they're just sit there hanging back dude. Just seeing what's up winning in Bryn with the character that I don't think they really give the it's listed in the cast..

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"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Presented by Florida cancer specialists, and research institutes were hope is powered by science. Here's Dave Michigan. The Panthers three to two we have a goalie teams for Florida Bob who was not happy with games Riber that second period goals allowed three granted votes. Kansas guys alone. Stamkos callahan. There were brought along goes in relief. To buy right down to the goal to buy left Lago. Second on the all time platelets, by goalies. More that the second I rated point with the is face off tro, Jack Straw than ISIS. I may down there point though. So that forces the law goes the puck came off the wall back in front to cover it up. Good hustle braided point. So this is a game played the law going though, he didn't start it. Obviously, it is his one thousand thirtieth one zero three zero. Played. Surpassing Patrick law with. Thai when you play. Bharti Brodeur ahead of it. Catch brodeur. So long way to go on that front. But relief Riber this game point tro to the rate of long ago. Want by the Panthers Matheson pedals that the Ray wing scoops it all the way down the ice is going to be racing. He was trying to lift it to Barkat who for the lightning blue-eyed. But it went over bark says. Snappers have really had their troubles at the third theory this year their finest twenty five. In terms of their third period goal differential, let the worst differential of any team in the third period. Tro check and board the rate of Lago. What again? Trying to clear it strongholds of it left point, grabs it. And that's it down the ice time. To get to park absorbs of check for Toronto trying to fix this deal project, right quarter past shoot saved me. Radha kucherov Travis Jack gaughman follows up and lifted out of the Zona filed stop opposite right to Gord anti Putra swerves across the I love to go. Headman shoots Rita who drafted I buy. We'll all go. We talked. It not a lot of real estate there, but long still who drop for Gordon fraud holes and public away. Lago doctored away to the trotto early chances for the lightning but trying to debate who's fires it out himself to stamp ghost rider to stick at center ice across the right point damp goes to rip it to the near corner. Good steak from Yandell knocked it down. But that his thirty. It's up to center is picked up by stamp goes to get it back. Donna left with Johnson across the blood eighteen Miller point. Why decribed ice for stamkos right corner? To lightning of the third. Snappers is a strip bar rumbles back to center, Bartow, down the left wing side. And it was he t twenty-seven are meeting the third three to lightning. Had only three shots he tires. They already have to the third. On the Lago. Good. Save on your head who trauma, the rebound was denied by law. Go with a lot path. Gore got lucid five to just trying to make a stick ailing doctor away. That was not as dot gore. Hotbed with the cetera is face off over tried to set up by Kenneth covers back into the lane again for growl of circle brower winds across as for my carpet, right circles. Jan. Jane is checked by Colbert. Battle for the pocket. Sues the lady. Eighty defensive Ed podcast jobs it into the far corner with Shane is there. Riley Sheahan, right circle. Hop in a wraparound tri-state at boy at two or three weeks after the whistle. He didn't appreciate that door demand. Who's talking to volume about that to the referee? Devotee fifty six left. Req- lightning. The Panthers credit. They want that puck battle of a and was able to get loose for a wraparound dry. Garelli? Face up against Henrik four stroke. Switched sports rice lower bottom. Start the third base up. One by Tampa Bay. Mcdonagh at the corner, launches Tabatha, Joseph, etc. Stop and went into the Panthers bench. So we're not based off his once the neutrals. Panthers entered play tonight nine points behind its bird. For the second wildcard spot. Pretty healthy deficit. Also, the several. Themselves and the Panthers. Ninety six point threshold one way to look at it gets the ninety six probably gonna lead. Credible winning percentage points percentage for the Panthers down the stretch to get to ninety six neutrals phase them what's Torelli back incident task the Panthers far corner out of the nearside Matheson, perhaps it is tied up by Sorolla steel. Anthony thoroughly to drop it for turnout, but instead for Sar takes away it spins it to the lady yet. Clears it but markup yield back into lighting zone. He is going to be broken up by Sarah, Leah good, play outlets decor and at center ice. Doc in PASOK knocks it out of the air flows. It up at Matthew Joseph stays of the pocket of circles. Torelli the point mcdonagh. Shoot the puck bike award. Save. Rebound is loose. Joseph left circle feed came to serenity tip it over the net. Yours turnpike right point shooting. Got deflected wide left. Good opportunities again for the lightning. Here's the point a little pass blocked Barkov a steel at a clear to center ice. It's to record. Eric cherniak? Regroups the light yet retu- lightning of the third. Nightside coup drops to center ice, but quite steak his way across the baloney stays with Adele point point, flips it in jams it out who drop a quick counter across the blue life ninety four the slutty drew a penalty. The lane. He'll get their second.

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"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Government shutdown coming to an end as a welcomed news for the local food pantries as well as they were starting to feel the pinch of the work stoppage. Kurt Riber with the restore food Bank says that they're orders were up fifteen to twenty percent and that followed. A rough end to Twenty-eight t fundraising in December was also negatively impacted by the combination of the government shutdown something stock market, and the changes to the income tax toes that increased expanded standard deduction. So bottom line is our December revenue was significantly off our projections. Riber says any donations to help restock their shelves would be greatly appreciated after increasing pressure and protests. The Bishop of Covington diocese has apologized for condemning the actions of some Tom Covington Catholic high school students at a protest in Washington. DC in a letter released yesterday, Bishop foists apologize for a rush to judgment and says he personally apologizes to the teen who was shown face to face where they native American. The Bishop also expects an independent investigation will show that students were not being disrespectful. President Trump's longtime adviser. Roger stone says that he will plead not guilty to charges from special counsel Robert Muller related to his work with the Trump presidential campaign. Stone is facing seven felony counts including obstruction making false statements to congress and witness tampering. Special council has a pretty good track record. We're talking about thirty seven people already indicted. Six Trump associates have been charged with making false statements. Mos- investigation has exposed illegal schemes across international borders, produce more than one hundred criminal charges. I've read this indictment. We're talking about a twenty four page indictment. Chock full of details. Charges. Could he have gotten this wrong? I think that's really unlikely.

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Is Russia's Arrest of American Payback for Maria Butina?

Vegas Never Sleeps

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Is Russia's Arrest of American Payback for Maria Butina?

"USA's Chris Barnes in Washington on a US citizen, who's accused of espionage in Russia versus deputy, foreign minister brushing back suggestions that an American being held in Moscow on suspicion of spying could be exchanged for a Russian citizen being held by the United States, the brother of Paul Whalen. No tells the Associated Press that he can't help but question whether the events are connected, we Linda former US marine who also holds Canadian British and Irish citizenship has been detained in Moscow since late December his arrest leading to speculation. Russia could be using him to bargain for a Russian woman who pleaded guilty to acting as a foreign agent in the US deputy foreign minister surrogate Riber says discussing a possible swap including Leland and Maria Boutin would be premature because we hasn't even been formerly charged yet

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"riber" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

Box of Neutrals

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"riber" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

"Cricket as required. Contractual? You love cricket as required. Contractually? That's true. Love if I've ever heard it come. I love you contract. Anyway, would you choose to continue me of wanting to start quick quick quick? Would you choose to continue with cricket? If it meant you would only sweat buttermilk. If you didn't want to buy the milk, and you couldn't have any socio with cricket in any way. What ching listening reading discussing applying? Sweat button. What is? Isn't a milk, which is golf. If you make fun of having soy milk. Milks? Bottom associate mccranie of it is more Kramer. Is it expired mill actually sweat expired milk. Expired Mukul soymeal probably silly exploited milked. Expired milk. Yep. Rather than soy? It's more natural. Perspire your milk product of choice capital city or never watched. Cricket again, too. Sorry. It's one of the other. Anyway, you get the question. I'd rather watch creates guy with the swing milk. Thanks. Faded cheeses, the sweating milk. That's a fischel endorsement repeatedly. Give me I have you found some cricket Sifi paid all stars and performed as well. On one hand strives performed better than I expected to in the India series. They came so close an allied. But on the other hand in his one, I strain soil many years. So I think that is of let we're going to say how guys in Perth the second test look at these multifaceted Riber presents you've chuid pay this sort of where you are this sort of monkey on this for the one program. That's off this little ole grail was proud of you paid this enthusiastic this show knowledgeable. That'd be doing research. Well, why don't you? Tom today race. Put a racer and stuff pay. And this is what the pay thing of us supermarket. Hey specials. What was? You tell me the story. What was the the pay system saga at your at the super Mahjong? You did something fancy ones. Did you? The story way he.

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"riber" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"riber" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"So what did it do? Well, it was probably just made of irony, and it probably put together amino acids in a random order and just to make these little polymers that would enhance the properties of other molecules, so. There's a kind of way that in the early Riber some was nothing like today's. But it just started off small got bigger more complex, and then eventually became this very sophisticated gene decoding machine that it is today under an electric Tron microscope. Can you see a song you can and until about four or five years ago? You couldn't determine these the atomic structure that is the arrangement of the atoms and the rival zone. And so what you could see is the vibe assume as a kind of blob or set of blondes, and those of us who were using method called X Ray crystallography that could give you a topic detail. We would refer to these electron microscopy says, blah, blah, logistics, you know, 'cause they're just beginning a bunch of blobs, and that didn't really tell you the. The chemistry of how it worked. But in the last five years or so that there was a big breakthrough in that method. So today if you were to wanted determinant, atomic structure of horizon, you would actually use an electron microscope and last year's Nobel prize went among others to my colleague, Richard Henderson for making this really detailed electron microscopy possible. No. With with what we're seeing today and knowing today, what's driving our growth of knowledge about DNA, Riber Soames and things like that. What's what's fueling it? Well, most I would say most scientists are driven by curiosity. Okay. There. Do they want to know what the answer is the next answer? And they want to know what happens if I changed this, gene, you know, what'll happen or are can I improve on this? Or can I develop a new method that would allow me to do this thing that people have been wanting to do forever? So those sorts of curiosities, what drives scientists another is ambition. You know, people, and I talk a lot about this in in the book signs has done by humans. It's not done by spock's, or you know, Mother Teresa's. It's it's done by, you know, we're not saints horsebox, you know, people with ambitions and egos and personalities, so why don't things we like to get recognition. We wanna know we want to Peter's to know that we're good at what we do. And so that's another big driver. And then of course, in some cases, when you see that they're big applications possible you to think. Wow. You know, I could set up a. Company, and and, you know, really exploit this discovery in it, it it could you know? Not only benefit a lot of people. But also, maybe make me rich, you know. So so there are all sorts of motives that go into science, but I would say the fundamental drivers that is that's fundamental curiosity. And I like to say all of us were born scientists, you know, but then we stopped being signed older because you know, if you take a child, they're always curious, they wanna know, why sky is blue and why the gr-, you know, they're full of questions, you're always looking for answers. Yeah. And so that's what they're actually little scientists. You know, they're they're they're looking at phenomenon, and they wanna know why or how and what happens is as we grow older. You know, we we get taught signs and a kind of memorizing facts way, and you know, becomes tedious a lot of guests skip turned off. And and so we stopped being signed. And we, and we just started taking things for granted, you know, people people carry a miracle their pockets, you know, an iphone.

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"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"riber" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"So what did it do? Well, it was probably just made of our irony, and it probably put together amino acids in a random order and just to make these little polymers that would enhance the properties of other molecules. So there's there's kind of way that in the early Riber. So was nothing like today's Ribot zone. But it just start off small got bigger more complex, and then eventually became this very sophisticated gene decoding machine that it is today under intellectual Tron microscope. Can you see a Roberson? You can and until about four or five years ago. You couldn't determine the atomic structure that is the arrangement of the atoms and the rival zone. And so what you could see is the vibe is home is kind of blob or a set of blobs, and those of us who were using that method called x Ray crystallography that could give you a topic detail. We would refer to these electron microscopy says, blah, Bala, just you know, 'cause just getting a bunch of blobs, and that didn't really tell you the chemistry of how it worked. But in the last five years or so that those big breakthrough in that method. So today if you were to wanted determinant, atomic structure of a ride disown, you would actually use an electron microscope and last year's Nobel prize went among others to my colleague, Richard Henderson for making this really detailed electron microscopy possible. No. With with what we're seeing today and knowing today, what's driving our growth of knowledge about DNA, Ribot Soames and things like that. What's what's fueling? Well, most. I would say most scientists are driven by curiosity. Okay. Their job. They want to know what the answer is the next and some and they want to know what happens if I changed this, gene, you know, what will happen or or can I improve on this? Or can I develop a new method that will allow me to do this thing that people have been wanting to do forever? So those sorts of curiosities, what drives scientists another is ambition. You know, people, and I talk a lot about this in the book signs has done by humans. It's not done by spock's, or you know, Mother Teresa's. It's it's done by, you know, we're not saints horsebox where you know, people with ambitions, and egos and personalities so one of the things we like to get recognition we want to know, we want our peers to know that we're good at what we do. And so that's another big driver. And then of course, in some cases, when you see that they're big applications possible you to think. Wow. You know, I could set up a. Company, and and you know, really exploited this discovery, and it it it could not only benefit a lot of people. But also, maybe make me rich, you know. So so there are all sorts of motives that go into science, but I would say the fundamental driver is that is that fundamental curiosity. And I like to say all of us were born scientists, you know, but then we stopped being signed. Older because you know, if you take a child, they're always curious, they want to know, why disguise blue and why the gr-, you know, they're full of questions you're always looking for answers. Yeah. And so that's what they're actually little scientists. You know, they're they're they're looking at phenomenon, and they wanna know why in our how and what happens is as we grow older. You know, we we get taught signs in a kind of memorizing facts way, and you know, becomes tedious a lot of guests skip turned off. And so we stopped being signed to at least. And we've just started taking things for granted, you know, people people carry a miracle their pockets, you.

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"riber" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"riber" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"So what did he do? Well, it was probably just made of irony, and it probably put together amino acids in a random order and just to make these little you know, polymers that would enhance the properties of other molecules so y- there. There's a kind of way that you know, the early Riber was nothing like today's Ribot zone. But it just start off small and got bigger more complex, and then eventually became this very sophisticated gene decoding machine that it is today under an electric Tron microscope. Can you see a rival song? You can and until about four or five years ago, you couldn't determine the atomic structure that is the arrangement of the atoms and the Rivasseau, and so what you could see is the rival some kind of blob or a set of blondes, and those of us who were using that method called x Ray crystallography that could give you a topic detail. We will refer to these electron microscopy says, blah, Bala, just you know, 'cause the just getting a bunch of blobs, and that didn't really tell you the chemistry of how it worked. But isn't the last five years or so that there was a big breakthrough in that method? So today if you were to wanted determinant, atomic structure of a rhinestone, you would actually use an electron microscope and last year's Nobel prize went among others to my colleague, Richard Henderson for making this. Really detailed electron microscopy possible. No. With with what we're seeing today and knowing today, what's driving our growth of knowledge about DNA, Riber Soames and things like that. What's what's fueling it? Well, most I would say most scientists are driven by curiosity. Okay. Do they want to know what the answer is the next answer? And they want to know what happens if I changed this, gene, you know, what'll happen or can I improve on this? Or can I develop a new method that will allow me to do this thing that people have been wanting to do forever? So those sorts of curiosities are what drives scientists another is ambitious, you know, people, and I talk a lot about this in in the book signs has done by humans. It's not done by spock's, you know, Mother Theresa. And it's it's done by, you know, we're not saints horsebox where you know, people with ambitions, and egos and personalities so one of the things we like to get recognition. You know, we wanna know we want our peers to know that we're good at what we do. And so that's another big driver. And then of course, in some cases, when you see that they're big applications possible, you to think, well, you know, I could set up a. Company, and and, you know, really exploit this discovery in it, it it could not only benefit a lot of people. But also, maybe make me rich, you know. So so there are all sorts of motives that go into science, but I would say the fundamental driver is that is that fundamental curiosity. And I like to say all of us were born scientists, you know, but then we stopped being signed older because you know, if you take a child, they're always curious to know, why the sky is blue and why the gr-, you know, they're full of questions, you're always looking for answers. Yeah. And so that's what they're actually little scientists. You know, they're they're looking at a phenomenon, and they wanna know why or how and what happens is as we grow older. You know, we we get taught signs a kind of memorizing facts way. And you know, it becomes tedious a lot of guests skip turned off. And and so we stopped being signed. And then we, and we just start taking things for granted, you know, people people carry a miracle in their pockets, you know, an iphone or.

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"riber" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"riber" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"So what did he do? Well, it was probably just made of irony, and it probably put together amino acids in a random order and just to make these little polymers that would enhance the properties of other molecules. So there there's a kind of way that in the early Riber some was nothing like today's Ribot zone. But it just start off small and got bigger more complex, and then eventually became this very sophisticated gene decoding machine that it is today under intellectual Tron microscope. Can you see a Roberson? You can and until about four or five years ago, you couldn't determine these the atomic structure that is the arrangement of the atoms and arrives home. And so what you could see is the vibe assume is kind of blob or a set of blobs, and those of us who were using that method called x Ray crystallography that could give you a topic detail. We would refer to these electron microscopy says bla Bala, just you know, because they were just getting a bunch of blobs, and that didn't really tell you the chemistry of how it worked. But in the last five years or so that was a big breakthrough in that method. So today if you were to wanted determinant, atomic structure of a ride home, you would actually use an electron microscope and last year's Nobel prize went among others to my colleague, Richard Henderson for making this. Really detailed electron microscopy possible. No. With with what we're seeing today and knowing today, what's driving our growth of knowledge about DNA, Riber Soames and things like that. What's what's fueling? Well, most. I would say most scientists had driven by curiosity. Okay there. They want to know what the answer is the next handsome, and they want to know what happens if I changed this, gene, you know, what will happen or can I improve on this? Or can I develop a new method that will allow me to do this thing that people have been wanting to do forever? So those sorts of curiosities, what drives scientists another is ambition. You know, people, and I talk a lot about this in the book signs has done by humans. It's not done by spock's, or you know, Mother Teresa's. It's it's done by, you know, we're not saints horsebox where you know, people with ambitions egos and personalities so one of the things we like to get recognition. You know, we wanna know we want our peers to know that we're good at what we do. And so that's another big driver. And then of course, in some cases, when you see that they're big applications possible, you to think, well, you know, I could set up a. Company, and and you know, really exploit this discovery. And it it it could not only benefit a lot of people. But also, maybe make me rich, you know. So so there are all sorts of motives that go into science, but I would say the fundamental driver is that is that fundamental curiosity. And I like to say all of us were born scientists, you know, but then we stopped being signed older because you know, if you take a child, they're always curious they want to know, why the sky is blue. And why the you're not their full of questions? You're always looking for answers. Yeah. And so that's what they're actually little scientists. You know, they're they're they're looking at it phenomenon. And wanna know why or how and what happens is as we grow older. You know, we we get taught signs in a kind of memorizing facts way. And you know, it becomes tedious a lot of guests skip turned off. And and so we stopped being signed to than we, and we just started taking things for granted, you know, people people carry a miracle their pockets, you know, an iphone or a smartphone has about I don't know. Some people say it's about a dozen Nobel prizes. You may be right. Stay with us. We're going to take a quick break. We'll be right back in a moment. As we talk about the gene machine. The free zone. Email newsletter is sent out six days a week. And is a great way to keep up on all things coast with detailed program. Recaps. The.

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"riber" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"riber" Discussed on KTRH

"Let's take the intelligent design out of the equation. God, whatever you wanna call it. When you when you look at the design that we do have how in the world did all of this seemed to fit together to work because we need all these parts to to make it happen. The you know. Yes. Well, this is a this is a classic conundrum that when you face when you faced with a problem. You think it could never have evolved. You know? So Darwin, for example, talks about the I don't know if you look at the I and all the components of the eye the retina the land federal. The only seems to fit together, and you think how could they possibly have evolved. Well, you can it doesn't involve in one step. You know, what happens is you get sales that a little bit sensitive to light. And then, you know, those become more complex, and then you get, you know, another layer of sales that concentrate the light into the salads at a sensitive. So you get the idea it's not like somebody suddenly assembles a bunch of parts to link to make an airplane or something like that it it. What happens is? Things evolve in small small steps each one kind of improves the situation and eventually you get something very complex and it's the same with the Ribot zone. Today's Ribes home is a million atoms consists of both in an proteins, and it's this fancy decoding machine. But probably the first Ribes home didn't even have a code. There's nothing to code there were no proteins, well, no jeans around and so well, no protein genes anyway. So what did he do? Well, it was probably just made of irony, and it probably put together amino acids in a random order and just to make these little polymers that would enhance the properties of other molecules, so. There's a kind of way that in the early Riber. Some was nothing like today's Ribe assume, but it just started off small got bigger more complex, and then eventually became this very sophisticated gene decoding machine that it is today under intellectual Tron microscope. Can you see a Roberson? You can and until about four or five years ago. You couldn't determine the atomic structure that is the arrangement of the atoms and the rival zone. And so what you could see is the as a kind of blob or a set of blondes, and those of us who were using that method called x Ray crystallography that could give you a topic detail. We would refer to these electron microscopy says, blah, Bala, just you know, because they were just getting a bunch of blobs, and that didn't really tell you the chemistry of how it worked. But in the last five years or so that those big breakthrough in that method. So today if you were to wanted determinant, atomic structure for rhinestone, you would actually use an electron microscope and last year's Nobel prize went among others to my colleague, Richard Henderson for making this really detailed electron microscopy possible. No. With with what we're seeing today and knowing today what's driving our growth of knowledge about DNA rival Soames and things like that. What's what's fueling it? Well, most I would say most scientists had driven by curiosity. Okay there. They want to know what the answer is the next answer. And they want to know what happens if I changed this, gene, you know, what'll happen or can I improve on this? Or can I develop a new method that will allow me to do this thing that people have been wanting to do forever? So those sorts of curiosities what drives scientists and other is ambitious, you know, people, and I talk a lot about this in the book science has done by humans. It's not done by spock's, or you know, Mother Teresa's. It's it's done by, you know, we're not saints horsebox where you know, people with ambitions egos and personalities, so why don't things we like to get recognition. You know? We wanna know we want our peers to know that we're good at what we do. And so that's another big driver. And then of course, in some cases, when you see that they're big applications possible, you think wow. You know, I could set up a. Company, and and you know, really exploit this discovery. And it it it could not only benefit a lot of people. But also, maybe make me rich, you know. So so there are all sorts of motives that go into science, but I would say the fundamental driver is that is that fundamental curiosity. And I like to say all of us were born scientists, you know, but then we stopped being signed older because you know, if you take a child, they're always curious they want to know, why the sky is blue. And why the they're full of questions you're always looking for answers. Yeah. And so that's what they're actually little scientists. You know, they're they're they're looking at phenomenon, and they wanna know why in our how and what happens is as we grow older. You know, we we get taught signs in a kind of memorizing facts way. And you know, it becomes tedious a lot of guests skip turned off. And so we stopped being signed to at least. And we just started taking things for granted, you know, people people carry a miracle in their pockets, you know,.

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"riber" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"riber" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

"Okay. Let's hear the theories because they're out there. One theory is well he'll make it back in spades. Next year. Really, really? So he's gonna make fourteen and a half million more guaranteed then he was going to make next year. Because a team says fresh legs really, I can tell you the answer to that. No, no, pick a number that he was gonna make in free agency next year. If it even gets the free and see which will talk about in a minute and say that number is he was gonna get thirty million guaranteed. Now, he's going to get forty five million guaranteed because team says, you know, what even though is a year older. He didn't get us last year. So going to pay him a ton more, no way. It's not going to happen. Okay. I've been in that share I've negotiated team contracts. I've talked to people negotiating team contracts. None of them can believe what he's doing including people have talked to on teams that are rumored to be in play for levian bell next year. Listen, he is not gonna get a significantly different contract. Having played all year. Even if he got hurt which will get tuna minute and not played all year because a team is not gonna drive their decision based on let lack of usage in two thousand eighteen compared to a team saying well last year was twenty six now he's twenty seven and the agent embel- can say, but he wasn't used at age twenty six well. He is a year older period. And I had my whole career where people come to me in the working against them was age whether that age is twenty eight twenty nine thirty one thirty two and they would say will look at this year. He had he didn't get her. He got her look at this year in play much as if that's a positive. No, no, it's not a positive. It's not a positive because first of all Levin bell had incredibly high usage early in his career. Okay. That's given the wearing tears already there. Does it somehow magically vanish by not playing in two thousand eighteen no? So that is a theory. That is a wish that is a hope that some teams gonna pay a lot more. And you hear about the jets come on? The jets are now become the team that every agents can use his leverage because somehow the media agents think they're gonna pay their like Mikey from those life commercials. I'm dating myself. Holy anything. The jets though on anyone for any amount. Okay. Maybe they won't who else eagles really eagles gonna put that money in a running back come on. They're gonna do Carson Wentz his contract next year. So listen, I you can pick your team. But I don't think it's going to happen. And I'll get back to what I was saying. A hope a wish a theory is not a plan in less. Levian bell has a rock solid guarantee that he's gonna get pick a number forty five to fifty nine guaranteed if he sits out this year, which would be totally illegal and subjected team the loss of draft picks. It's not there's no theory that this. There's no sense to this. There's no strategy to this. It's a hope awash in a plan. Another theory that comes up Willie avoided injury. Okay. You know, who got the second highest if not the highest Riber Seaver contracting for agency this year. Alan Robinson coming off ACL wide receiver with the bears almost as good a deal as Sammy Watkins guy with the chief sixteen million a year, one of the top market receiver deals on roms and came off natio. Levian Bill could become an often ACL in get similar to what he was going to get. And here's the kicker make fourteen million by rehabbing. Okay. So you tell me what's better, Megan whatever's gonna make next year versus making maybe a little less but having fourteen and a half million while rehabs, I don't get it. Okay. Another theory Levin bell someone knows that the Steelers really who knows what the Steelers offered there's rumors. They are thirty million guaranteed. We don't know if that's true or not the levian bell is helping Steelers it's not hurting the Steelers. Yeah..

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"riber" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"riber" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"So sportclips is the official haircut her and longtime supporter of the veterans of foreign wars. And don't forget sportclips is open every day. They've got huge flat screen TV's playing sports everywhere on all their TV's. And of course, the home of the MVP so get a great haircut head. Help a hero and head to sportclips sportclips. Where it's good to be a guy. Yes, sir. Friday. Happy Friday everybody. Help your head now to happy hour or something or something fun. Little restaurant action. Maybe with the family, whatever. Friends co workers slobber shop haircuts Riber shop haircuts. Yeah. Gotta get tight for the weekend. You know, gotta get type babies gotta get type for the weekend. Because you know, things got to gotta to gotta go down on the weekend. Basically. All right. So we've been talking about this LeBron thing or LeBron. Thanks, use me this Laker fans used to saying that kind of that. But it is sort of it is. Oh, okay. So that's kind of my point, right? The issue has to do with Luke and magic. But part of it is because it's LeBron you know, and the expectations are different now. So when you factor in that this team was supposed. To be at least better than they are right now, you're going to take some heat. But is it fair to really put this all on Luke like there's only so much? You can do. Right. I I remember having a conversation once with a football coach, I'm not gonna say who it is. Because I don't want people to associate with what players he may have been discussing. But this famous football coach once said to me, you can't make chicken salad out of chicken bleep. You know what I mean? And look I don't know if the tools that Luke has to work with are the greatest tools to work with we've sat here this week. And we've wondered aloud you me the audience the guests if maybe we're overrating some of these young guys a little bit. Are they ready? We've used kind of the Bill Parcells saying of, you know, the puppy if you don't bite as a puppy. He may not bite and we're trying to see if these guys bite. So I think there's all of that. Plus, clearly the guys they've signed. You know, Lance poly in Dzhabrailov worked out to an extent. Right. I think Japan has been great. But I was all in jail that was probably the one signing I really liked visas. I've mentioned it reminded me of kinda win the brand played with Birdman both in Cleveland, and Miami, you know, it was kind of a vertical spacer setting hard screens good to block shots, particularly on the weak side things of that nature. But you know, the land stuff I like the crazy. I didn't love the Rondo thing. I think run dough and Lonzo is going to be a problem all season. Because when you have Lonzo already talking about not being engaged. Fats. Not good either. And again, I think all of this boils down to roster construction. So I know it could we could be blaspheming a little bit. Maybe talk about magic. But this was one of the concerns. Right. He'd never done this before. So yes, Magic Johnson landed the biggest fish in the pond. That's what Magic Johnson was supposed to do. But the rest of this roster. You know is he involved? Deeply in the construction of the roster. Is it Pelinka? My guess is. He has his tentacles on everything if he's having these kind of conversations with Luke already, and quote, unquote, admonishing him then that perhaps seems to be the case. But the biggest factor here. Is LeBron here. And Ramona's said it earlier today. They don't have the right roster. They don't have the right team right now. But they still have to win 'cause you have LeBron. So that's factor one. And that back to is that Magic Johnson is not a patient, man. Right..

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"riber" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"riber" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The? First inning and then. The next sitter Riber Larry, Yanna would cap the inning Santana's second one to. Pitch this is it hard. To left field it is way back it. Is at the wall and it will lead to run Jack for rhymer Larry Yano and. It's four nothing sky SOX here in the first inning, number, twenty on, a season for Larry Yano combined between Salt Lake and the, sky SOX and that was just too much too overconfident cubs tonight Sky SOX took that four nothing lead, into the third inning cubs would score they're only rented a game compliments of their starting pitcher leadoff triple by Jacob Hanneman off Aaron? Brooks brought the pitcher. To the play Trevor Clifton, here's the right handed hitting pitcher Trevor Clifton batting. Oh fifty six on the. Year swings the first patch and lines a base hit to right field Clifton the pitcher with an RBI single helping his own cause. It's now four one sky SOX in the third inning And then Aaron Brooks would shut them down the rest of the way for him he. Went to seven brilliant innings tonight giving, up one. Run on three hits and route. Who was ninety. One, of, the year in the meantime. The offense continue to get after the cubs the added another run, to their lead in the sixth, inning on a bases. Loaded walk issued by Trevor Clifton to Tyler salad Dino To make. It five to, one and then in the seventh inning with, Wayne Underwood on amount sky SOX had one on with one out and the. Rookie in his AAA debut Clint Coulter at the plate One l. pips and high in the air detoured center-field gore going back. He's at the warning track he's at the wallets gone.

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Judge urges U.S. to focus on reuniting deported parents with children

Fork Report

04:35 min | 2 years ago

Judge urges U.S. to focus on reuniting deported parents with children

"To be ready. They need to get out when they're asked to get out because we need them out of the way so that we can do our job. So they need to sort of prepacked. You thinking about that. Had that list have prepared, have your plan. And leave when it's necessary governor Brown has declared a state of emergency for, Riverside County because of the fire news brought to you by American vision windows the man accused of. Starting that fire near Idyllwild plus eight more has pleaded not guilty he's charged with more than a dozen arson crimes Riverside County DA spokesman John Hall says there could be even more charges filed because the fire is, still burning if anything should happen the damage increases if there's any injuries. Etc defense lawyer Joseph Cammarata says if the fires were arson set they hope the real person responsible is found our thoughts and prayers are with the first responders. That, are battling these fires right now in the. Families that are affected by them the man. Charged could get life in prison if he's convicted homeless advocates, in Orange, County are trying. To get a, judge's order to protect encampments. Activists say hundreds of people cleared from the set at a river have nowhere to go lawyer Brooke widespread filed court papers Thursday to stop the. Enforcement of anti camping laws until new. Shelters go up we. Certainly do have people who, are still receiving Tickets for camping for trespassing. If they moved from camping in public to camping by the railroad tracks or by the river bed sometimes we see tickets. For, improper use of a milk crate in the park she says the county shelters are completely. Full she says the county would need about three. Thousand more. Beds to. Keep up with demand Andrew mollenbeck KFI news federal judges praised and panned the Trump administration. For its efforts to. Return children to. Their Olympic illegal immigrant, parents. Who were, separated at the, border the judge in San Diego, said yesterday the government gets credit for reunifying. Eighteen hundred children with moms dads or sponsors but also says the administration needs to do a better job at reuniting more than four, hundred children who are still separated because their. Parents have been deported more deportations on hold as the judge considers an ACL you challenge it could be, a stinky weekend at the Huntington library in San Marino and people are excited about that. Because the corpse flower is, about to bloom and when it does it reveals its colorful maroon insides and. Not so nice smell the corpse flower has grown To about three feet three inches which is smaller than other flowers that have bloomed in past years. But officials at the Huntington say that doesn't mean the flower won't be stinky. The blooming plant gives off to gases Di. Methyl Di, sulfide and I- method try sulfide which are also president decomposing animals and veggies, Brazil Rivera, KFI news, lovely traffic from your helpful socal Honda traffic center we've got trouble in corona on the ninety one. Ninety one freeway this is westbound right before. The seventy-one crash there blocks the third, lane from the left your stop and go back from the fifteen that other, problem right around surface club has moved off but it's been replaced by a new slowdown also we've got issues on the one zero one freeway eastbound at lost hills road looks like the crash there in lane. CHP responding in a big backup quickly growing southbound side of the one on one, slow as well as you get away from Hollywood Boulevard making your way down. Towards the four level, interchange KFI in the, sky helps get you there faster I'm. Wilko's Riber. We got heat Your forecast is next it's been five years now if you can believe a five years that. I've been talking about reborn, cabinets and still today as it was when I. First met Brenda inventing the entire family they, have, the, absolute. Highest quality products the best design teams and the best installers that are. Going, to, take care, of you from start to finish, so if you. Have a kitchen that needs remodel a bathroom. Or anything, along those. Lines you gotta start with reborn cabinets when. We moved into our house almost two years ago now the first place we started was. In the kitchen it's the centerpiece of your home truly, the heartbeat that's where everyone gathers and what. Reborn, cabinets did is they came in and gave us a brand new looking kitchen. With a signature refacing process and it only took about three days and what's. Different is that reborn manufacturers their own products on the premises at the location in Anaheim from start, to finish so that's going to mean total quality. Control and better pricing for you check out that. Showroom in Anaheim spectacular or they Have one in Torrance or, lake forest Southland weather from KFI could see some low clouds and fog overnight lows in sixties to low seventies highs tomorrow about the same as today, seventies to about eighty at the beaches mid eighties to ninety, for metro LA in the north county mid nineties to low and hundreds for the valleys and I it's going to stay sunny and. Hot all the way through next week it's eighty-five in brea eighty four.

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"riber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On the other hand there are brilliant you go back to the volkswagen ad burn back created or or levi's riber dad's they were brilliant so there are brilliant people who do some brilliant as and there are people however who do who try to emotionally manipulate you and for me i don't know whether i'm typical public but it bothers me a lot are are brilliant people capable of running these huge advertising slash media companies today since they have so many divisions with so many pieces well it depends on what they're brilliant at i mean take martin sorrell who was who in my last chapter the book i said mr sorry you're going to be seventy three when do you think you might step down he said they'll have to shoot me to get him out get me out and in fact they did shoot them and months ago he was in the news today i should point out where his old company wpp may go after him for setting up a new company because he's got some form of non compete but mine soil is a brilliant guy who created the largest advertising holding company in the world w p on the other hand is the company that owns four hundred other companies he had no coo so we had basically hundreds of people basically reporting to that's too much even for someone as talented as the nexus of kennel letter is a next purpose of your your president book frenemies with google which i think he sold a few copies of it became a required read google is surge forward in google and facebook and others are capturing the vast majority of the marginal revenue growth and profit with any digital and digital advocaat how does he industry break that ownership of google and facebook.

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"riber" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on WJR 760

"A vehicle going the wrong way this wrong wade riber crash happened near palmer road and canton township we don't know about any injuries all the lanes right now northbound ice 275 are closed that michigan avenue polls are open across alabama thustates closely watched us senate election will be taking place until seven pm local time there correspondent alex markwort says turnout is expected to be about 25 percent jones is hoping that uh he has the wind in its sails that the energy that he believes he created over the weekend with rally after rally pumping up the troops will carry over into the into the voting booth today he really needs every vote that he can get house speaker paul ryan continues his promise to get tax reform tax cuts done before the end of the calendar year ryan says that continues to be their goal tax reform is what people need right now and i am so thrilled that we are slow so close to the finish line we're going to keep bad as we can deliver real tax relief before christmas a k at lula who set off the explosion in the hallway of a new york port authority bus station yesterday is charged with an act of terrorism making a terroristic threat and criminal possession of a weapon the bangladeshi terrorist who tried to be the suicide bomber there is in the us on the family chain immigration program one man was killed in an explosion at a marijuana operation of detroit seaside but he said some tanks were filled with carbon dioxide and nitrogen they were inside the building they exploded the roof collapsed on top of the thirty seven year old male victim lady would high school in livonia announcing its closing its doors at the end of the school year dropping enrollment as the reason for the closure they say they've had a sixty percent decline and new students since twenty five a sixteen year old charged with wounding four other teenagers during the detroit no night celebration due in court today here's wjr's gene fogel shooting occurs thousands of people were in the midtown area for the annual festivities the victims of a near the back entrance of the dia just after seven thirty on saturday night december second detroit police chief james craig the shooting.

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"riber" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Disgusting uh agreed to later to that white house press secretary sarah sanders fox news we report you decide the news now ninety and martin the son of former democrat representative john conyers who's a possible candidate for his father's us house seat was arrested in february on suspicion of domestic violence in la but prosecutors declined to bring charges documents obtained by the associated press on wednesday showed john conyers the thirds girlfriend had a cut to her arm prosecutors said they didn't have enough independent witnesses and didn't believe they could prove the victims injuries warrant accidental conyers told police he accidentally stabbed the girlfriend she says she grabbed the knife for protection after he bodyslammed her and pinned her down detroit police say a threeyearold boy has died after being shot in the face on the city's eastside police say the child was shot wednesday night at about seven thirty and was taken to a local hospital where he died no suspects have been named but police have identified the 22yearold boyfriend of the child's mother as a person of interest and are urging him to turn himself into police bills advancing in michigan's legislature would boost nine one one fees that are included in phone bills the legislation approved thirty two six wednesday by the senate goes to the house for consideration next it would increase and 19 sent monthly state nine one one surcharge to twenty five cents and let counties raised forty two cents surcharges to 48 cents and the remains of a west michigan man killed when his plane crashed during world war two are coming home woo de tv and grand rapids reports the remains of navy airman albert riber check of saint.

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"riber" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"riber" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The prime time spotlight blown side ryan began peter burge for the campus conversation pike as here to shine at prime time spotlight of the big match up between miami at notre dame riber party like it's night tina eighty eight eighty nine ninety ninety i think you were but probably holger you bikers i was a other as prime time right there but i'll say her husband well who do you got in this way well analogous greg what would you talk about throwbacks at what i love is is that what we love our notredame back in the day we love the fact that they're ran the football yup addis waters and those guys that's what they do now and when we love about miami all due respect all those yo gino and those guys quarterbacks he was about the defense and that's what they're doing down in miami so i was not in all miami until i saw what they did to pretend uteck last weekend at home with debt default it's a new lifezette new h in bills like the old age down in miami i feel like they might be ready to defend that newly renovated home turf against o'day and with my abby no no doubt it they lose this game they're out of the college football playoff this is in essence a playoff game yeah it's in essence playoff game in our saleh tower by wants to expand a playoff the bracket is here the bracket started about three weakens ago you just need to pay attention especially with tcu oklahoma and you've got alabama mississippi state in auburn georgia playoff football is here right now we're great analysis like this we sure to subscribe to the camp has conversation pike on espn at four on apple pie prime time spotlight and don't forget to college football playoff implications with this game a win bumps both teams close to fifty percent to make.

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