21 Burst results for "Rogge"
"rogge" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Thing to men in blazers on the nbc sports network from the embassy row studios in the crap. Pot a bedford. New york and the crap part of west hollywood california. It's the men in blazers podcast. We back like erin de rogge's how ya doing dave thirty seven seconds guest host on jeopardy. Aaron rojas roach. It was magic at the end of it. Football isn't romantic. It was a beautiful game talking about beautiful game at d. y. Say cheering for the americans in the ryder cup. Day as an american to say. I'm not used to rule out winning me. Likey similarly for me cheering for the europeans and the labor cup grudge against against the world and both matches frankly. The ones in whistling straits and in boston were whitewashes. Offer close connection. Is i would say self evident but me becoming american and america blowing away all comers with a record-breaking victory but you know what. I'm just going to stay humble. It also helps european the in the cup so it's tough you but maybe it's just very specific it just helps it just helps. Gopher fans statement counties the florida cup of tennis. But i will say i was really moved by off friend. Jeffrey pay rory mcilroy breaking down in tears when he saw the dire situation team was in. I love being of this team. I love my teammates. And i should move for them. Why beautiful marian. What beautiful. blake pupil of humanity and vulnerability really a testament to the power of team and individual game. Dave i love that jim. More more creepy can even win when losing rory. I thought when you started that it was going to be a joke about manchester. United very ta. He's i you know what i'm going to think about. You know. He takes penalty over the weekend. Made myself cry and fused into the gulf. Dave no no no even i- cynical. I'm not gonna go there. Ruari rory we love the carriage per you wanted to before we do dive into a. We can football that ooh floor. They very you wanted to give jeopardy playing. Gop's equality they. Should this quick late night. Co for dave abrams. I've got. I've got to make a quick message. Let's do a few my in my early days as the interim showrunner of jeopardy a few jeff ps of turned out of turned up on the set and to my guests on jeopardy right as contestants not to my embarrassment but to my shame they have you know what. I've walked out onto the studio floor. They have sort of very loudly exclaimed. dave it's not michael listeners. Podcast like all these things from behind that desk for behind that podium. Yeah before they're gonna play. And because of the game show law's written stone passed down through. You know a game. Show elder to game show elder over the centuries. I can't actually engage contestants in any pre game conversation by the i get out to the studio at the end of the show. Everybody's gone so just want to say i'm not ignoring. Gop's i am. Dave oh it is the same dave. Oh who's doing jeopardy. And his on the podcast. But because of gameshow laura. I actually greet you. But i am always very happy to see you there and i'll try and make it to the studio faster next time you get this straight so these nervous contestants under the spotlight probably melting. It probably applied months ago. They get there and to their joy. Familiar face a familiar voice. Say a has themselve emotional.
"rogge" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Did I think the like a look is people can't see my eyes rolling, but my eyes are rolling but I get it, I get the appeal, I get it for camera system, it is beautiful camera. I've been digging into the the archives like like a photograph International. They have an app lfi on the App Store and for like, 60 bucks a year. You get access to all of the issues they've ever predict. These people were literally publishing. This magazine as American GIS were invading Berlin in World War Two or excuse, me, not invading liberating Berlin wage. I mean, it's insane. Like the I I just did it shooting Florida and like was was borrowing angles from like this 1956 like a magazine like fishing, so I don't know dude, I'm just doing that stuff. My son yeah, skied 21 days as a two-year-old this way and he likes it. Still my wife's go into LA this weekend home. And friends. And I'm going to take him to, I think Alpine Meadows might close on Sunday, which is crazy. Might be the final closure before the Base to Base is in next year. So we're gonna go and rip around me. And my two year old and operate in the parking lot. And hot dogs. Watch a Mets game. Speaking of which, we have a big series coming up tonight in tomorrow, your Red Sox fan? No, no, I don't like baseball anymore. I used to pretend to be a Yankees fan because like, my family was a Yankee like my family is all life. My dad like is like all Arabs. I think at one point or another are Yankees fans dude it's very pop. It's a Yankee hat is an international symbol of yes. And that's what they know. That's what they know. So they come here and they're like, I mean so like I grew up in the Yankees fan in a Lakers fan cuz that's what was known. So like, that's my, I am a die-hard Lakers fan until the day. I die. Nice. Even if I hate a lot, I don't like LeBron James. Like these are my sports find out. You're like a thing. I do not like a my son's Godfather. Well skiers known as All-Star you know, he did Solomon frisky TV for a while but yeah. Yeah that's my son's Godfather. And he's giant Lakers fan. Not a LeBron fan respectful Brown. I I appreciate the talent. You can't not appreciate the talent. And the athlete that he is but like wage. Dude is just he's an idiot. I will I love LeBron. I think I mean he just runs the greatest but I mean we had to adopt a team when we got out here and home. You know. I still root for the Knicks a little bit, but I was like my sister winning now. Now you're not going to drop him cuz they're winning this year. My son was born in Truckee California and we're like we can't wage, give him. All New York teams will be like the weirdest school so I huge mats fan. He likes the Mets but like he doesn't really watch football but he does like the Warriors. I mean, Steph Curry's incredibly fun to watch. Yeah yeah and what school was like he's to he's been a Warriors fan since day with hard. So yeah. According to the Warriors Dynasty. So yeah but not away. Amazing. I hope for those of you their legs..
"rogge" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"And he was like, hey, bro. Like I'm quitting I fucking a made a big on. Don't you like that. I love it. I think it's great, like, whatever. It's cool. It's a really interesting way to sell things on the internet, sell like works. Yeah, on the internet off. I mean, I've seen in mostly for. Yeah. And, I mean, I don't know. Like, maybe I'm being a little little too much on this, but like, I do think our magazines are A work of art and yeah, out of them. And it's like, you know, we're like a really good mix tape print. Yeah, no I think that's an excellent way to put it. And I think that's I think that's a good way to sell it. I I'm, I don't know. I didn't even understand what it was. I'd like been seeing people. It's like I tend to ignore things until. I'm sure that they're going to be there. You know, part of the reason I'm, I'm doing, I'm ignoring a club house because, like, I don't need to build it. Like I'm, like, said earlier this year when I was like, hey guys, this is new thing, called Clubhouse. And like, you know, it's been out for three or something like, whatever I know, dude, yeah, that's what I'm like, I don't get it. Like, I'm going on Tik-Tok now. And I'm like, oh yeah. Like Tik Tok is new for me, but, like, tiktoks been around for so fucking long. Like Kyle smaine has like two hundred fucking thousand followers whatever he has on Tik Tok. And I'm like, how did I not know this? Like there's people that that's cool. I didn't know that either. I'm happy for Kyle. That's good. He's got a million 10:30 even and he was telling me about another podcast, and I was like, yeah, whatever, bro. Like what I would like, whatever brought tick tock. Tick tock, goes off. Worthy is going to be on a reality show with the recent Bachelor, just on that is gay. I saw that. That's insane and like Eileen Goose going to be like, on the cover of Time Magazine, maybe or something like that. Like I mean there's just it's a cool time to watch skiers, go do stuff. And I also think of sports growing man, finally started off talking to other people versus. Like, I always whenever we do marketing for The Gazette, I always think, am I just doing this? So my friends think it's cool because if I am, that's kind of the wrong thing to do is like we're always almost always marketing to our friends. Like for me, I I really do want to reach a different audience. Like Mikey Mikey consumer is the person who just moved to a mountain town in the last like twelve months because that person Has been a pretty big life change. And I think that through jaded local and some other funny things like we can show there's more value in this than just like how new your jacket is. How New York is, how big your car is. You know, it's almost like, when people move to Tahoe, they like, they have like their checklist of. Like, here's all the things I need to do on Instagram. Show people that I live here. Now off like that doesn't make you a local likes. I are illustrator. Cartoonist said, you know, best like living in a mountain, town is not what you take from, it's what you give to it. And we want to reinforce that over and over again. You know, we're going to donate some of our Jade local beer to some of the ski patrollers who had just a hell of time, being masked police. And, you know, I'm sending sending beaters and and and, you know, Jerry's and gapers and all those people. Like, I don't know..
"rogge" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Never shot a frame of action, the outdoors that are just brilliant philosophers that I can lean on now. And I don't want our magazine to look like anyone else is. And so, I have to go to these different spots on the internet. I'm also part of a thing called, the Psychedelic Clubhouse, which is really funny. It's like in San Francisco, who's doing a ton of research on psilocybin, which is really okay. Really cool. So sick. I think there's value in it. I do think there's value in clubhouse. It's just like home. I don't know. I feel like it's going to die out and the reason I feel like it's going to die out is because it's a social media but it's not a social media, right? Like it provides a lot of the same value that podcasts do in a sense that you can learn a lot of actually useful things from it. And you get to listen to experts and you get the kind of know people a little more but at the same time there's like you just said, like people are kind of trying to use it for their own benefit and it's very social media feels dirty almost to me and I'm like, I just I can't there's there's a lot of Bitcoin nft stuff on there. Yeah, which I think we're going to offer our first issue. We've never put it online. I think we're going to actually offer it as a with an nft certificate. What is an nft? What locate? So I don't know what an FTM I don't. I haven't looked it up. What does that mean? SpongeBob token but basically what it is like when your kid you go get a if you're me and your weirdo you're a Mets fan, you go get a ball song by Bill. Buckner read the ball. Go ask me his leg. Yeah. And what you get is a certificate of authenticity, of says, this is actually signed by Bill Buckner, right? And so, you know how long that certificate and the ball have more value than just the ball, right? Yeah. So an nft is basically a certificate that says that you own the original copy. Got it. And so what we would do is say, look, here's 194, it's the first issue back of mountain Gazette. And here, we're actually thinking about doing the, Adobe InDesign file and being like, here it is. You have it that person could in theory. Put 194 over the internet, I don't care, but we would actually sell the ownership of that first issue digitally to someone who would then own an nft. That would say that, like, hey, I own this movie, like owning an original piece of art vs are so interesting. I know I'm not that interested but I will say, my sister-in-law has made like a fuck ton of money off of Dogecoin. So, like, dude, I made some money recently to Adam X has made more money than not to put his shit out there, but he's made more money than me..
"rogge" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Like only reason actually, you know what, man? No one says, like my username sex. They're like my krogi, a mountain Gazette verb cabin fuck. Like when people say that totally. Oh, dude, when people come in my life, people come in my life, sometimes people are like, oh, you meant for the Epic Pass. But Epic Pass loves fucking. They're the reason that you have a job, bro. Like somebody emailed me and I'm like first of all like you're emailing me about a meme that was on Instagram could just log. Right. Like it's it's insane but like I don't know. I own it. I like doing it once a week because I'm and I told one of this I can do it and I'm getting the free engagement. It's right there. It's so fucken easy and like I'm twenty-six. I'm allowed to make memes and be an idiot on the internet, you know. Like if Warner does it at fucking seventy-five or however Old Warner is like it's different, right? Like it's a different it's inauthentic to a point like this is my generation at Buscemi meme. Hello fellow kids or whatever but yeah, exactly. I don't know. Like I just I also think that, you know, I'm thirty-five like I'm not I'll never hate on a medium ever. I think mediums are really cool. I think there's many counts that absolutely crushed. But then there's also memes the out there that like our creative agencies and they're basically making their money off of stealing other people's content. And like, that's like any medium, you know, like, if something was yeah, this interview and putting it out as like they did a quick intro, it's like, okay, now Adams can interview Mike, you know, you'd be like, dude, I put a lot of work into that so yeah. Yeah. I'm pretty, I'm pretty fine. Like with me and stay like some make me laugh. I think Jackson Hole meme forest makes me laugh the most and that kind of good post. I also think that it's only for the month other than Moon cork, which I love like, I do feel like it's mostly like angsty single guys. Posting this is a lot of angsty single guys, I think. And dude, I don't like warm cork is different like they trigger a lot of people like those girls trigger land, but that's the other thing too is like, you know, kind of food is Ash, it's funny. You know, the truth to do the kill and they're like they're hosting a cast for us now. Like starting in June I think. But perhaps may like they're the best. Like it's it's they know what they're doing. They have an audience and I think that's why memes are funny, right? Like if I was to go and make a meme about snowboarding, I think it would be an authentic and dumb but I can make memes about gear. I can make memes about Vail because it's like the shit that I'm doing on a day-to-day basis and like I'm sitting in this stupid lift line that dog..
"rogge" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Through a party with you and Jeff and rooster and and again like I'm not trying to throw like Redman and Method Man at Red Rocks party. Like I want to fight a great Brewery where we can actually let our subscribers. A lot of whom are an industry. A lot of whom are not in the industry, have a chance to get together and hang out. And I don't know, I just want to bring the community together cuz I think that's the one thing is everyone's pretty long, so that's one way, it'll change for sure. And then the biggest one is that I finally get to send people on assignment. You know. Like yeah one's been doing these stories from at home and you know like I'm looking forward to see. I've been talking to Gina Danza who did the macro photos the desert while Jean on Instagram. Like she yeah she's like I want to go back. Out of here I want to travel and so I've been like you know, hunting down tourism board's to get her out of her apartment to go on assignment. You know as soon as it's safe for her to travel internationally like I'd love for her to be doing that for us. And you know, everyone's perspective so far the magazine has been from their home. So I'm really looking forward to letting people get out into the world and and do stuff. I mean, I wash on assignment. I want to go places too. I've been flown. Like I was flying literally, once or twice a month, like, for the podcast last year, but back up until last year and now, like I haven't flown in a year. It's, it's terrible. Like, I want to go places like I, I just flew to Florida and write for, for our grundens, she cabin. Yeah, we went to England. Oh, and I will say, like, dude, Florida, like, most people are masked, like all the people you would expect massive have masks on and all the people who I've been told are the Dead. Is risk for covid-19 like nah. They're like in bars partying. Yeah. Like it's like, I don't know. They would have been in college. Like what? 1958? Nineteen sixty. And they're just like, founding so hard and you're like, okay, whatever, man personal responsibility I guess, is there at this point? Yeah. Right. Like, that's at this point in the pandemic, I think we are to the point where you can allow people make some decisions on their own, right? You want to be dumb. You can go be dumb on your like, that's allowed as long as the proper people get vaccinated right? Like as long as everybody who wants a vaccination, can get one. Then I don't give a shitt gif whoever's face you want, you know, like it really. It's like, it's to that point. I, I am pretty excited for our younger contributors to see the, the everyone's found the roar next Roaring Twenties through their eyes. Oh, yeah. I think it's going to be fun. I think we're going to get some really great stories out of that. I also think what's cool is that people have a new appreciation. For pretty mundane things. Like, for me, like, yeah, I really liked being on the Atlantic ocean sounds so stupid. But like, when I went to an outdoor bar, there weren't a lot of people there. I grabbed a beer, just thought there was like, wow, the Atlantic like up until like, a couple of weeks ago. This was like impossible to get to unless I drove from California and that's pretty, I don't know. That's a cool look at the world and maybe people won't be like doing those bigger, fastest, strongest, like, bullshit articles that were also sick of and they'll be like, hey job. Application Trail is dope, but also the Appalachian. Mountains are cool and the Adirondacks are cool. And the greens are. Yeah, I did talk about..
"rogge" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Could come back. I just think but I do think what's happening is that people are going to move on and like the longer that that magazine sits dormant. You know, the only reason Mountain Gazette was able to have like a big revitalization is because I could I could really watch it on the back of like Hunter S. Edward Abbey writing for this. It was like, I mean true, it was like one of the original if not, the original outdoor title. So like it was first, right? So that had a little bit of clout. They said you can't buy history, but I think I just proved that theory ground and we're we're building on that Legacy. Isn't that was why it was available, but I don't know if you could do that. I had an April Fool's joke with Mike Jake with a founder of fries magazine that I bought from you guys back in all of our ski industry friends were like, yes. Did I don't, I think those Thirty people that texted me that day or the only people that would subscribe. Yeah. Right. You know, like there's plenty of options out there. I mean, when freeze was a thousand well, like new scores hadn't, really gotten started freeskier hadn't, really gotten start like powder was there. But powder really wasn't all the way focused on covering that they were trying to cover a lot of skiing, and obviously, skiing skiing weren't home that stuff at all. So, but that's yeah, yeah. It's, it's weird thing. And I guess, the reason I ask is because like, I, I run a ski shop. Obviously, my family home is Keith shop when I watch other ski shops, or bike shops kind of struggling, it doesn't make me nervous. It makes me want to do things that they fucked up. Like I want to fix the shit that day. Did you correctly? I want, I look at that and I'm like it literally adds fuel to my fire to like make shit happen. And that's kind of like I was wondering if your thoughts Process is kind of along the same like where you're like..
"rogge" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Ski areas like both great terrain parks but you know very different countries but they want to have the same past experience. Small ski areas are like the Corner Bistro that's been like locally run and has like maybe three great issues maybe too much on their menu and their quirky, and you have an opportunity to experience something there that you might not be able experience at a larger Place. Less intimidating. Thing and so four people that are learning how to ski. I always tell them like, you know, it was good enough for Warren Miller to stop up on Donner Summit, you know, it's good enough for you to stop up on Donner Summit and try Soda Springs or Palm sugar bowl or somewhere else. But I I'll bring it back to what's happening on my side of the industry is that, you know, there are giant conglomerates and medium right now that seem to own every magazine. And we just learned with powder and bike, shutting down, that sometimes conglomerates aren't very good. These efficiencies don't necessarily work sales person. Who knows if I was, you know, ski lingo might not necessarily be able to go in, sell, stand up, paddle, boards or skateboarding, you know, like we all have individual cultures in these thoughts and I think that, you know, for me like it was very flattering to get multiple offers to sell Mountain Gazette and verb cabin but dead. I'm really happy like, you know, and I think there's some small ski areas where like they're really happy, you know, they're running. Like it doesn't mean they're killing it, but it doesn't mean they're dying either. I think we liked America. We've sort of come to this like conclusion that we have to sell everything. Everything you're saying. We have to buy scale, scale scale scale. Everything has to be a banner year every year like we all. Yeah, he's got to be rich, make it. Yeah I mean truth be told like Mountain Gazette is in a place that I could stop making videos tomorrow and can make two issues per year, hang out my son, all the time, and just makes you feel uncomfortable..
"rogge" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"It's just a cool story and as far as the mountain Gazette goes like, I want to make it for the people who subscribe to our magazine, like we aren't going to, we both had for for offers to sell it already crazy. Yeah, it is crazy. It's very flattering. It's cool. Makes me just believe in what we're doing. I've met with a few investors, but right now mainly mean, we're we're debt-free and profitable, ten months into this experiment and you know with Jason Leventhal as a pseudo adviser and he tells me all the time dude, what you're doing is fucking amazing and he's like nobody reads anymore that's what she tells me that nobody reads anymore but you're getting people to to read. I don't think that's so accurate but we did take a play on that and Shane McFalls. Designed a special sticker for all of our subscribers. An owl, it looks dead. He's holding a joint, I think. And he has the magazine and it just says I read. It's like the perfect laptops. Change the fucking genius. He's such a talented artist and I'm really stoked. I haven't, we haven't met worked together since our ski the East me had film days, way back when. But the angle is to you know, make the next one. Like I just told you like we're already talking about 196. I'm super pleased with the voices that we have coming in the magazine. I mean are the best you know. Jake who shot our cover is never been published before. You know like a huge to me. Literally like was uploading as high res images from a army base in Alaska where he was quarantining before he could go out and fight fires in Alaska and you're like yeah this is sick..
"rogge" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"The customers who were subscribing and wanted the first issue, and we didn't have anything for him, but whatever I was like, look that's all the more reason why you're in a good spot to subscribe. So we people subscribing November of last year, I've never seen a copy of mountain Gazette and so we ordered some extras. So that, you know, for the people who subscribe between now the magazine will arrive at our house next week and will start shipping them out immediately. So you should see it in the next like two or three weeks. You know if you subscribe like from now until 196 and the fall off which actually like there's a story in there that you and I were sort of a part of Twitter about the bullshit New Jersey rule about how long Can't do a wheelie in the street know. Yeah. What the fuc. Yeah, we got something with that and I think we're actually bringing the Rough Riders into it, so that's sick. Yeah. So you may rest in peace to frequent Lake George vacationer. Earl Simmons AKA DMX who just passed away a couple of weekends ago but, you know, I, I don't know. You said something interesting where you're like, something that sits on a back here toilet, when you take a shit like, dude, I don't know. I have not wanted to put someone's life wage or hips work on the back of toilet. And so that's why, that's why our format is bigger. That's why our paper quality is higher. It's why we invest it in a subscription costs, a lot. Like we just help people like when they ask, why is it so expensive? We say no, it's actually like appropriately price. We're paying our contributors, a fair wage repairing, our photographers, a fair wage. We're shipping it to you and biodegradable packaging. You know, you can literally put the dirt bags, whatever you can literally eggplant or packaging in your backyard and recycle the cardboard and call it a day off. Like it's awesome. Like our packaging is actually worm food, which is pretty cool. So and then was awesome. As if you get tired of your magazine you want to recycle it start a fire..
"rogge" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"I rarely go into it. So you're lucky. Greg because you asked i wanna know well. I grew up If you when. I was young. I i had a sensitivity. Nice still kind of do. And i don't talk about it a lot but to like energy and spirits right and ghost and stuff so growing up. I saw a lot of weird stuff and the family. That i came on my fam- the family that i came from my family and my family has always been very open about paranormal topics. So i grew up without being say without my parents. No that's not real. They said okay. If you saw that you know tell me what you saw type of thing you know and so you know i grew up. I became a teenager. You know and then. I had some more weird experiences you know. One of the weirdest ones is And i don't talk about this much either I had friends who ditch school. And i didn't go. I went to class. And then all the sudden i just started freaking out and i found out i felt weird and then i find out later. that all of them had been caught by the police. So i don't know if i get some sort of sense about that but it was. It was really weird. So i chalked that up to another weird experience. And then as i became older more and you know went through high school. I started to get into conspiracies more and As i exit high school. I really started to from conspiracies. I started to delve into ufo information. And what would happen. Is i would start spending my evenings outside sky watching and several times united zeolite here and there but nothing but none of my experiences. I'm going to warn you greg. None of them are very exciting. They're just little subtle things. That happened that i've added together over the years and just said okay. That's interesting so. I guess my biggest ufo are you a p or just an anomalous exciting was. I was the backyard With my sister one night and I notice a strange light blinking. And i said hey. Take a look at this. You know we start looking at it. And i don't know what possessed me but i said. Hey light a ufo can you change colors you know do green and we look at the light and it looks like it's struggling but it does blink green okay man interesting so i said. Let me ask you this light. I'm just asking in who knows if it worked or not. Can you is red or blue easier for you. And then boom red and blue. And then so. I said well if you're you know if you're actually you if you're not a drone or anything just you know fly across the sky. Show me something. You show me something to prove that. It's not a drone in that. I'm communicating the flies right across the sky so true or false if if it was a ufo. I don't know. But i did see some strange anomalous object. That changes colors. Seem to react to me and i do have a witness. Wow wow that's so interesting. I think that the the key thing and and i do want to ask about the ufo verses uap. In hillary. hillary clinton caused us. Because i just had a guest that went into this whole thing about hillary being on Who's at jimmy. kimmel show. It'd being like no. It's it's now you. Apm energy change the narrative and all that stuff Well actually you have any do you by any credence with calling it. You f. overseas. Uap what are your thoughts. This is my personal discussed this also with other ufo researchers to because it's a it's kind of a topic that you it uso uap researchers argue about and to meet ufo's ufo's are to find flying objects That is to name the object and the unidentified aerial phenomenon ombrella everything. I feel like What they are trying to do too is because ufo's are so the word. Ufo has a lot of stigma attached to it. You you say ufo and then all of a sudden someone's like oh. Will you believe in this and that tinfoil hat. But i believe with the changing of the terminology to uap as well that does help and assist The scientific research and there is government research into these topics as well. And i think the usage of that term helps for these scientific and these government papers for. That's not for us that's more for you. Know the people in the government. The people in the military that are researching this who. That's kind of my thought process for all those you know suit wearing folks that look at this stuff. Yeah do you think the clintons What do you think the clinton connection to all this as you know. I honestly wish. I could answer that. But i don't know i really don't know so you don't think there is a and that's fine too. I mean look. 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"rogge" Discussed on Side Hustle School
"Hi, Chris , this is rod from Omaha. . And I've been listening to this show for over a year. . Thanks for the helpful content. . Planning to start a podcast and I want to do it seriously but maybe not professionally, , but I want to plan well, then , do everything I can to recruit inactive audience that will be attractive to sponsors. . But what do I need to know in? ? How do I find those sponsors do I find them in advance or only after the audiences more established fact? ? Rogge what's up? ? Thank you so much for listening. . Thanks for the question and I am excited about your podcast. . Really glad to know that you're planning to take it seriously. . You know not everything has to be professionally as you said, , but to take it seriously, , I think that is admirable. . So let's talk a bit about sponsorship. . Your question specifically is, , what do you need to know? ? How do you find the sponsors? ? Do you find them in advance or later? ? So on that last point if it's important to have sponsors When the show launches most likely, you'll , need to partner with a podcast network or distributor who will license and distribute your show. . Now, , this is changing by the month because I realized the follow up question is okay who are those people? ? Where do I find them while it's changing by the month? ? It's a very fast moving industry but a few well-known podcast networks at the moment include wondering Pushkin Industries, , and cadence thirteen where side-hustle school has hosted. . Now, in , recent times, , streaming services like spotify have also gotten in the game by producing and distributing their own podcast as well. . Now, , I just named a few of the bigger ones there, , but there's also a lot of others as well. . Assuming. . You aren't going through a company like that, , which is kind of like working with a traditional publisher for your book like there are pros and cons to it. . So assuming you're not doing that, , then you'll really need to focus more on building up your subscriber base before sponsors will be interested. . And then once audience established. . That's when you want to start looking for the sponsors a great place to start. . Once you have a good number of downloads let's say five to ten thousand per episode more is Mid Roll. . She can look at mid roll dot com they produce podcast of their own, , but also sell ads on a commission basis for lots of other podcasts and as the other companies I mentioned <hes> mid roll is not the only option. . So when you search fine podcast sponsors in Google or wherever you might find several other networks that do the same thing. . Now lastly, , in addition to those networks because let's say you're starting off and podcast is going well but you don't have really big numbers while you can still approach brands directly if there's companies that might be a good fit or you can invite them to approach you directly. . So how do you do that? ? Well on your podcast website which you should have a website by the way include a prominent page called sponsor INFO or sponsor this podcast something like that. . And I think if you don't have a ton of downloads, , this is a good entry point because you can try to sell some other unique characteristic about your podcast. . For example, , it might be a small tight knit community that isn't ever going to have a huge listenership in terms of just the raw numbers, , but this community is very loyal and it's in need of services that a sponsor could provide. . So I've known a lot of smaller podcasters who have had. . The same sponsor is often for years who have just really believed in in the podcast and they have kind of forced this good relationship between. . The company, , the PODCAST, , her and the audience, , and all without going through a network, , which, , of course, , by nature and network is a middleman and there's commission involved and all that kind of stuff. . So if you different options there, , but I think overall whatever you do. . The most important thing is building an audience like focus always on your audience focus on what can I do to create a great podcast? ? What can I do to provide valuable helpful content because that is the foundation for any relationship whether you're trying to work with a network trying to get your ad sold by distributor or trying to connect sponsors directly focused on your audience. .
How can I find companies to sponsor my podcast?
"Hi, Chris this is rod from Omaha. And I've been listening to this show for over a year. Thanks for the helpful content. Planning to start a podcast and I want to do it seriously but maybe not professionally, but I want to plan well, then do everything I can to recruit inactive audience that will be attractive to sponsors. But what do I need to know in? How do I find those sponsors do I find them in advance or only after the audiences more established fact? Rogge what's up? Thank you so much for listening. Thanks for the question and I am excited about your podcast. Really glad to know that you're planning to take it seriously. You know not everything has to be professionally as you said, but to take it seriously, I think that is admirable. So let's talk a bit about sponsorship. Your question specifically is, what do you need to know? How do you find the sponsors? Do you find them in advance or later? So on that last point if it's important to have sponsors When the show launches most likely, you'll need to partner with a podcast network or distributor who will license and distribute your show. Now, this is changing by the month because I realized the follow up question is okay who are those people? Where do I find them while it's changing by the month? It's a very fast moving industry but a few well-known podcast networks at the moment include wondering Pushkin Industries, and cadence thirteen where side-hustle school has hosted. Now, in recent times, streaming services like spotify have also gotten in the game by producing and distributing their own podcast as well. Now, I just named a few of the bigger ones there, but there's also a lot of others as well. Assuming. You aren't going through a company like that, which is kind of like working with a traditional publisher for your book like there are pros and cons to it. So assuming you're not doing that, then you'll really need to focus more on building up your subscriber base before sponsors will be interested. And then once audience established. That's when you want to start looking for the sponsors a great place to start. Once you have a good number of downloads let's say five to ten thousand per episode more is Mid Roll. She can look at mid roll dot com they produce podcast of their own, but also sell ads on a commission basis for lots of other podcasts and as the other companies I mentioned mid roll is not the only option. So when you search fine podcast sponsors in Google or wherever you might find several other networks that do the same thing. Now lastly, in addition to those networks because let's say you're starting off and podcast is going well but you don't have really big numbers while you can still approach brands directly if there's companies that might be a good fit or you can invite them to approach you directly. So how do you do that? Well on your podcast website which you should have a website by the way include a prominent page called sponsor INFO or sponsor this podcast something like that. And I think if you don't have a ton of downloads, this is a good entry point because you can try to sell some other unique characteristic about your podcast. For example, it might be a small tight knit community that isn't ever going to have a huge listenership in terms of just the raw numbers, but this community is very loyal and it's in need of services that a sponsor could provide. So I've known a lot of smaller podcasters who have had. The same sponsor is often for years who have just really believed in in the podcast and they have kind of forced this good relationship between. The company, the PODCAST, her and the audience, and all without going through a network, which, of course, by nature and network is a middleman and there's commission involved and all that kind of stuff. So if you different options there, but I think overall whatever you do. The most important thing is building an audience like focus always on your audience focus on what can I do to create a great podcast? What can I do to provide valuable helpful content because that is the foundation for any relationship whether you're trying to work with a network trying to get your ad sold by distributor or trying to connect sponsors directly focused on your audience.
The Value of Employee Engagement (part 4) with Nathan Rogge
"I'm delighted to welcome. Nathan Ruggie the President and CEO of the Bank of Southern California where he's worked since two thousand six last year Nathan was recognized as a most admired. Ceo by the San Diego Business Journal and under his leadership. The Bank was honored as one of the city's best places to work. Welcome Nathan and thanks for being here today. Tell us a little bit about the Bank of Southern California and your work culture. They're a little background on. The bank was started under a different name out in a rural portion of San Diego in really tiny little organization. I always like to tell people that that bank got in trouble with the regulators before it was sexy to get in trouble with the regulators before the recession. And we've really spent a lot of time taking that little rural banking transforming it into what we aspire to be which is a regional. Bank focused on small and medium-sized businesses in southern California. You've got a lot of competition. What what distinguishes you from similar banks in the area. That's a great point. In fact southern California fifth sixth largest economy in the world there are literally an infinite amount of financial institutions and or competition out. There we do. I think that by being extremely focused on that small to medium size business client a client. Who really needs a relationship with the bank and is is an important aspect in a we focus on really experienced bankers in the market that we serve. And maybe our little knitter way. We hope to differentiate ourselves as we'd like to move fast incompetently so we spent a lot of time on that. That's that's who we are because there are there are like I said an infinite amount of choices for clients. Well I I love those. Two distinguishing characteristics relational agile that as a small businessman myself. That would be wonderful. Because I don't have that in my regionally so I haven't found yet I know you're very aspirational. And where you WANNA go. Every time I come out and we measure engagement you have more employees. Because you've acquired it seems like additional banks in all of this growth. You're involved with Nathan. Why pause if you will and have this focus on employee engagement and measure it. Let's go back to that comment about growth. You know the tiny little bank that I started with was about thirty. Six million dollars in total assets that means loans and the offsetting deposits. We have if you look backwards. We've doubled the size of the bank about every three years now. Obviously going from thirty six million to seventy two million dollars is a lot easier feet than going from five hundred million to a billion but the concept is still the same witches repeating that process of providing an amazing experience for your clients and doing it with what we believe. Important component isn't a highly engaged employees group. Now when you're growing like that you do have this interesting dynamic. Which is you're looking organically to grow and we do that very well but then we do an acquisition about one everyone to two years and so that means bringing on an entire group of people who didn't necessarily sign up to work for you. Yeah and so. Come in with highly engaged workforce to start out and also be able to explain to those new employees that are coming on board who we are what we aspire to be as very important and so the engagement component of this for those employees is really one of the biggest concerns and. I also think the one of the reasons why we're so successful a lot of people that leaders that feel that they're focused on employee. Engagement are actually very focused on employee satisfaction. And we see. The two is completely different. Employee satisfaction being an attitude employee. Engagement being a behavior. But how do you see as a leader? Is this just about making employees happy or is this something else might perception? And maybe this is a little selfish is going back to those clients that I want to serve. In the hyper competitive environment is the only way to provide an amazing customer. Experience is to do it with empowered and engaged employees. And so to your point. This isn't so much about satisfaction. I mean I hope that everyone is is satisfied but more importantly I'm really concerned about. Do the understand how they fit into the organization. Y. What they do every day is so important to the overall cause of providing a great customer experience to those small medium sized businesses. And you know it's interesting Nathan because the the research bears that out one study correlated employee engagement at point eight five with customer engagement. That is it's almost a one to one relationship. If if you could increase employee engagement by ten percent than would make sense. The customer engagement would go up by eight and a half percent but the customer experience is what develops that emotional connection with a company. We talk about creating emotional velcro between an employee and employer. But you're also in the business of creating emotional velcro between the bank and the customer. I think the challenge in banking or finance and a lot of businesses might have this his. Most people don't wake up in the morning and decide that they want. It changed their bank. In fact I can think of about a million things I'd rather do rather than change. My Bank is on the business owner. So once you're at that spot one year trying to figure out who do I want to have that relationship on go forward and how do I make sure that I'm working with the right company and I think those engaged employees show that they are the right people to be working with? I also think on the other hand that once you come to bank with us there is very little chance that you're going to leave now once again. I can't one hundred percent guarantee that on a transactional I don't know real estate loans but when it comes to the true relationship of where my deposits are maybe where my line of credit is things where I need to be working with the bank on a daily basis. That's where we think we shine and that's by the way where we think. Those engaged employees are so important so when when we measure engagement like we do with you. Year over year there's always a group of employees that fall into the category of either actively disengaged or somewhat disengaged what is the danger of those employees in your mind. Why is it so important to know how many they are and where they are? I think identification does help to the the recognition of understanding that you do have these people in the organization. And and at least in generalities where they're located. My particular concern is when they are a customer facing. Yeah just understanding that that will translate into a poor customer experience. And that's GonNa Affect our bottom line. I think one of the other challenges particularly early on was understanding that some of those most disengaged employees were also some key positions and had been at the bank for a while and I think that was definitely an eye opener and to your point. That's a challenge. You know these aren't people that you just walk in you know it's not a good fit. Have a nice day. Yes you know systemic to the organization so obviously very happy with where our numbers have gone. But I think It's that original identification or acknowledgment. Hey we all have a problem. We think we've got it figured out. There's a lot of work to be done and I think that's paid off. I understanding that it exists and then getting it out in the open talking to the staff on a very regular basis about how important engagement is to us in how we view it and then letting them see how particularly how the surveys are used to their benefit.
"rogge" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Jacques Rogge president chose drastically in words that is not my view of cooperation and they and as soon as US secretary of state Mike Pompeii disagree with Mr across its that relationship is that NATO alliance that is so central so important that's why it is an absolute power to the every country participate and join in and contribute appropriately to achieving that shared security mission Makran had distrusted Europe start thinking of itself as its own protector former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg is once again considering a run for president in twenty twenty saying he's concerned the current crop of democratic contenders may not be able to defeat Donald Trump now Mr Bloomberg has not made a final decision on whether to run but his file to get on the ballot in Alabama's presidential primary which has an early filing deadline Bloomberg is the founder majority owner of Bloomberg LP the parent company of Bloomberg radio in San Francisco I'm at Baxter this is Bloomberg Douglas okay we are joined now from Sean hi by Jenny Wong director of eight pack corporates for Fitch ratings Jenny pleasure to have you on the program on a day when we're seeming to get more and more positivity when it comes to the U. S. China trade story the White House saying earlier that they are very off or it's very optimistic about reaching a deal soon at least an interim agreement if we are fortunate enough to get a deal what is a change in if it does in any way your calculations on the number of defaults that we are likely to see from Chinese corporate going forward okay yes we have noticed that the average value have dropped by around one percent the first nine months of two thousand nineteen this is the average rain to have the eighteen after theories on monetary easing policies and the W. von passing us after drop and and a triple a bond showing some recovery investors with appetite and this more favorable funding environment to get the least the positive news from the training coaching ation is likely to lead to a more favorable funding access for most culprits however we still expect the full rights by issue accounts to become marginally next year and made some economic challenges and especially high refinancing needs investors and banks will continue to be cautious on call for it's all very weak credit quality in terms of weaknesses full file a couple comments practices and anti liquidity so it will make it difficult so for some no credit quality hundreds to refinance and yeah it's going to be a little bit difficult to finances you saying twenty twenty what are some of the top three corporate six does the most at risk in these defaults actually we have done some study on this area because many investors **** of St question trying to flank Tieline to avoid default but unfortunately our study shows that actually as no patent on factor concentration in terms of the Chinese on should be pulled a capital intensive sectors such as construction engineering highway and rail tracks and industrial conglomerate so the highest number and amount of people but that is just a natural result because they also have the high is she all the issue and so I'll observation shows that aggressive business strategies king there is and we accounting corporate governance practices are among the main drivers for many reason people which could take place in any sector including those are promising outlook Jenny very quickly in about ten seconds I mean do you think it's significant of the the some bond issuance in China is being now denominated once again in euro are you if you are talking about the government fails right yes No Way to hell with the government are both of my funding source adult cold.
Joe Biden argues Republicans would work with him
"Are very, very, very favorite. Bob Ceska show. I'm Stephanie Miller at six liberal podcast network. You, you said that you wondered why Joe Biden thinks Republicans will behave after Trump leaves office again, I've said over and over I like kill Biden, I will vote blue no matter who but I yeah, I just it really is. Like he's running in a different time, even people from the Obama administration were like what is he talking about, like Mitch McConnell was always an obstruction? Jerk. Right. I mean, well, how does he suddenly think like oh, they're all going to play nice with uncle Joe, right? Yeah. It's good. God. I am really, really conflicted when it comes to Joe Biden Biya's again, I'm not endorsing anybody at this point. I'm not I'm only really only half following the democratic primaries this point, but the fact is that I'm concerned because I think he's on his way to being the nominee. But I don't know if he's up to it because I'm saying that because I think he I don't know. He's on some sort of legacy tour. What does that he's doing, but he doesn't seem to have eat, not putting any elbow grease behind light, but I grew with you. And I get it. I mean, I you know, I think someone said it's make America decent again is kind of what he's in. I understand this Daljit for that for just some kind of normality in normalcy, excuse me, and. You know, indecency again, but yeah, he, I hate to say it, but he does seem a little not just old. You know what I mean? Because that's eight just I know, but just like you're right from a different era, like where Dick Cheney's decent guy, and Mike. Pence is a good guy in these guys will all work with me after Trump's gone. I'm like, no this. It's not just Trump. As you say anymore, as you say all the time, it's Trumpism look all the way down from McConnell to gates in Jordan are buncha Smirke. You know, we just over entitled frat guys, aren't they? Yeah. Yeah. Well, obviously, Joe Biden, forgets eight years of the Barack Obama administration, which is odd because he was part of that administration. I mean the centerpiece of it. And the fact is that Mike God the Republicans were relentless with Barack Obama. Despite the fact that Rogge Obama, basically had zero scandals during his presidency. The Endo indictment foods zero people going to jail zero people being investigated. And but nevertheless, they went after him for God, everything from the fact that he put puts gherkins in exile to the fact that he wore a tan suit. I know about the all sorts of things onto onto Barack Obama and it failed every single time until you think part of the key thing about Mitch McConnell. Joe Biden knows if anybody had a front row seat for the Mitch McConnell, was the one that, you know, C blocked them from saying anything that the American people about Russian interference and is now presently refusing to put forward, any bills to prevent rush. Election interference. He's hoping for it and wanting it and hoping, it's just Joe Biden thinks he's, you know, that guy is going to suddenly be nice guy after the
"rogge" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"What Rogge drying waived extradition in February. We're here is that news conference while we respect the court's decision. We are disappointed by the length of the sentence. We ask for forty years. What I can say is the defendant I took upon himself to commit violence. He then decided that he would solicit someone to kill a federal agent, and then he assaulted and inmates. So this is an individual had a pattern. This was not isolated to the initial conduct. And obviously anybody. Who is threatening or taking any action against our folks, we take extremely seriously. Choice office. We s percents a forty years the sentence. The defendant receive was only sixteen so we are disappointed in the sentence. It is notable though that the defendant also received forty five years of supervised release, which will have very stringent conditions. Menendez significant we're very fortunate here that there was not an actual bomb. And so the efforts here were outstanding in helping us identify the defendant here in ultima, Ian, holding them to account. I think it's a fair and just. I think it's. Incredibly well thought out. I think it's only a year above what probation recommended the fact that that the court didn't accept the government's case at face value. Dramatic and significant. This is this is a terrific result. This gives him his life back, and if the government had its way he would not have a life of.
"rogge" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"And healthy lives. Okay. And can they purchase briskly right on your website? They can yes. When they go there. They can purchase brisk from there along with our toothpaste special world or health provider toothpaste, and you know, along with a tongue cleaner for that, fresh breath and other things as well. But I definitely is right there. Well, wonderful. I know that some people think, well, I'm giving my dog bones. Are on a raw food diet or eating special? Do I really need to take care of their teeth is aren't the bones to get their teeth? Learn nice and white aren't the bones can take care of everything. Is that true? I'm glad you mentioned that so couple of things I I wanna start off with the raw diet trend that everyone is doing nowadays. Now Rogge is does have some benefits. But there are a lot of veterinary clinical studies out there that show no impact or improvement on dental health with Ross in fact, the risk of getting an infection because of the salmonella or something improper handling of raw food is higher than any benefits of observed in mental health, which stage there are no studies that show any sort of raw foods that trend. You gotta be careful with and not just get comfortable with the fact that I'm feeding over all their teeth are great because food is food on your teeth where the bacteria that food is food to them to so they'll grow there's nothing that's cleaning the bones different. A trick you on because bones are definitely good for dogs. It makes them stronger. Bike down it gives that impact on teeth. But there are a couple of caveats there, you can crack dog's teeth bones. If it's a bonus too strong for them you can cracks dog's teeth because that happened to my pooches years ago and her tooth was actually cracked vertically versus her Zonta Lee, and I had to go. I lived in Los Angeles, the doggy dentist, which is in Beverly Hills and costs like a fortune. So you have to be careful, and you also have to be careful that the type of bone that you get is correct bone and doesn't shatter. That's right. No, chicken or Turkey and people think oh, you give raw chicken bone. It's fine. No, no. No, no, no. It will shatter what you just said about the crack the vets that I always talk to that are advisers day are, you know, they told horror stories about dogs keep cracking from bone that all these things very careful with stones. But at the same time in the shattering aspects, very bad costly. It's your dog has. Has black or does he's already which most dogs. Do puppy already had the practice on your teeth the tartar of energy you write down zone. It actually does that into the gum line because it scraping pushing the gum line that can cause infection. Spread across your body. That's also very dangerous, but the third quarter. I wanna make the phones is that. Although they do have a scraping affect again, they are still food item. It'd be organic elements in the bone just like a dog. It also feeds bacteria can digest that and take the substrates of the chemicals that are food to them and grow so the temporary scraping that exists when you're getting the bone versus a residual chemicals that are feeding bacteria kind of counteracting that so it's not it has benefits, but it's not like placement for tooth, brushing or care. They'll look the things that are scientifically based you got very careful of that come from a molecular biology background focusing on microbiomes have bacteria, a lot of people don't realize that when you eat your rod diet, or whatever that's who you think is helping them is feed, the bacteria two and bones to those enzymes in the bone marrow of sugary substances that are of residues from the meat that was on there that feeds the bacteria. So you guys just that'd be very careful. I'm thinking more like the play. Bones bones, would some meat that the dogs need to have. And they're supervised those are for the most part. Okay. It's just giving them the raw.
"rogge" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete
"I can never be ungrateful about it. Because there was so long Rogge's felt like I had so many things to say and no one wanted to hear them. So I just felt like I was bellowing out into the night. We've you know. No, even an echo coming back at me. So to feel like your as a writer to feel like people are reading you is wonderful, so people come speaking to me all coming up say something nice about the book is lovely. There are moments when I worry about being moments when it's really caught me off guard, and I worry about I want to disappoint people. That's the thing. So that makes it sound like make myself sound incredibly magnanimous. But as in you want to be on good form for people who are being so generous with you and. That sometimes does take you by surprise. I was out dancing a couple of weeks ago, basically altered state. Hi on life. And and I was you know, it was like three in the morning, and I was doing the site mad dogs with my best friends had this really hold. We can we really excited about going out. And just like acting like maniacs. And the girl came over and started being really intense like speaking really intensely to me about this huge heartbreak that she had. And I just felt I didn't mind tool. I was so grateful that she wants to let connected me and chat with me. But I just wasn't. I wasn't in the right head space to serve hers. I would like to. So like that that just worries me because I just want to point people is interesting that because it's almost like, it's from the Burke. But also, I think social media has made people believe people more accessible than they are. Yeah. But also, you know, all of this is my own making. I. Make myself, very visible. I shall things about my life. Not so much anymore. But I have done for a very long time. So I think that I didn't know I think you don't I remember saying to Brian Gordon once otas, it does it frustrate you that everyone thinks that they know you and she said, well, they do they do me. And I think you can't like endlessly put yourself out there and Dimond people's time. And be like, no me. No me. This is my story. These in my thoughts these in my friends. This is my taste in things. This is my opinion. And then when someone tries to make that conversation rather than transmission go, suddenly, I'm sorry. You have to respect my received. Don't know who I am. I just don't you? Don't you're not allowed access to me. I just think that's really shitty attitude. It's it's it's it's it's just a big chain. Yes. I just about. Chain. And also it won't be forever. It's just a moment in time of my life right now. Yeah, I'm just acclimatizing to is such an interesting one as well with. I remember years ago with YouTube culture and how suddenly these teenagers would just like have no private anymore, and it was like lots of owed school journalists. When I will they don't deserve privacy. They felt they did. And so I see I think they deserve. It more actually because they didn't know what they were in for the whole point is when I decided short a memoir about wanted people to read it. Yeah. I know so I've been on social media sharing things about private life and writing columns about report life since I was like twenty two like I knew if it went, well, what would becoming so it's not like this is all my own make. Yeah. And this is not what I wanted. I never wanted to be a professional personality. And actually, that's the thing that has been the worst. Part of the last year last year. But in terms of the the people reading the book, and therefore like feeling feeling like they know me or whatever in the same way that ID with everyone's memoirs who I've read and enjoyed that was always the goal. So now throw wobbly about it. Yeah. And it's nice that people feel they do. Yes. Lovely. I mean on the flip side of that as well. As something I'm fascinated with in terms of the romantic side of things as well. How how does that work now?.
"rogge" Discussed on KTRH
"Yup. Go ahead. Dr Rogge Birmingham, Alabama great. Go ahead. I lost my little girl two years ago. My first rescues, and she was a smartest soya's little dog. I've ever had. I never no. I never knew that. I could love dogs that much. It is amazing. You wouldn't believe? The messages I have received from people this week. About. A dog that they miss from the past once lost and and the deep and abiding love for that dog because dogs. There's so many things. So many shiny things that we chase in this world. And we forget the wonderful beautiful simple things around us. Until they're gone. And then we realize those illusory shiny things that we've been chasing. They do not satisfy us. They do not complete us. They're not make us whole, and they are not wholesome. That what matters most. I don't think there's anything that's important in this world that wasn't in this world one hundred years ago. Or two hundred years ago. The love and loyalty of adult. The deep and abiding love of your family. Deep and abiding committed friendships. Satisfaction at hard work having accomplished a goal. I think that what has happened is that the tools to help us accomplish more have become accomplishments in themselves. And so we try to we we we we seek. Fulfillment in the tools. These are just tools social media technology phones. Computers, even automobiles they're just tools. They're just a tool to transport us or to communicate. They're never the end in and of themselves. They are not lasting their ephemeral are vapor that will be gone. But what matters are the things that existed before computers or technology or anything that could be manufactured in China. That's what matters, and we don't typically know that until we don't have it because you don't pine for your apple phone when you move to the next level, and you don't pine for your, ipad, or even your social media account. When at some point Jack kicks you off. All right. Some points, Zuckerberg steals, all your information and leaves you Solis and you decide I'm not populating his site anymore. I'm not making him rich anymore. I'm not letting him mind my information. This was a one way street not didn't see it. This was more bad than good. And I think that it's it's our most meaningful shows are deepest connection with our listeners are when we talk about parenting. Talking about our spouses when we talk about our parents, we talk about our childhood our friendships adoption dogs. Cornbread fried chicken. Her. Go ahead. Hey, Michael honored to speak to you. You are the best. I am a transplant from Houston retired up here in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, and I have a story about my dog from sixty six to about sixty nine. His name was Frank and echoes back to the police officer that spoke a little earlier and back then we named Frank after Franks grill on telephone road because we live down a new metal, Brooke. Sure. And Frank if you can get a. Kind of a big picture of Frank. He was a like a Basset hound. Wiener dog. I'm big body bowl. Little short legs. I love Basset hounds. I do too. My wife does not call. Weiner dogs Weiner does because they didn't call them winter dogs in India. And she doesn't even call them dash ounce, which is what we call them here. She calls him, doc Schuman's, she she pronounces it like dirt German. So she was loaned look at that adorable, doc shoe and just cackle every time. Oh, there you go. Good story. Thank you for sharing, Debbie. Go. Michael. I just wanna say, you're awesome. And amazing. And I love you. And my brother was a sheriff's deputy died last year as well system on both of them, and they were such fans of yours. I just wanna say merry Christmas. And we love you. Thank you sweetheart. I'm sorry. I'm sorry to hear that. And I'm sorry. We lost two of our dedicated loyal listeners, Debbie. Go ahead. The best in the world was buying Chesapeake Bay retriever named Walker. He was brought to Texas to be a show dog. But that wasn't to be his career. He. Tammy certified therapy dogs..