35 Burst results for "Ronald Her"
Bo Bichette Leads Resilient Blue Jays Past Braves Again, 8-4
"The blue jays put together a four run ninth to beat the Braves eight four Bo Bichette had two hits and three RBIs including a go ahead two run double in the ninth Cavan Biggio doubled twice and had two RBIs for the jays who trail to nothing for three before posting their tenth comeback win of the season the Bluejays completed a sweep of the six game season series which included three comeback wins this week the brace finished the game without Ronald could you junior he led off the bottom of the first with a Homer but jammed his left ankle trying to beat out a grounder later in the game a knew his day to day I'm Dave Ferrie
Introducing Ronald Young Jr., Solvables Newest Host [TEST]
"Listeners. I want to introduce you to ronald young junior. You might be familiar with his name from other work. In podcasting leading shows like time well spent and leaving the theater. He's sometime guess contributed around. Npr's pop culture happy hour. We are really excited to make it. Official that ronald is going to be the newest host of solvable. Thank you thank you for having me. I'm so so excited to be here so publicly on the team. Believe it or not hosting solvable is not my main job. My main job is being. Ceo pushing in and pushkin over the last year in lockdown has like doubled in size. We have almost fifty people now. And it's exciting. There's a lot going on But it's sort of crowded out the time that i like to spend preparing and figuring out gas that also i'm not really a host. I don't know if you noticed that. I think i am trade. I'm an Host i have certain hosts qualities that i'm really interested in talking to the guests on the show And i have a lot of drive to learn. But i don't have that quality of hosting which i hear your voice and i really wanna know how that is done. Well first of all. I don't know if that's that's the message like we got hosted coaster said coming on all star show. I've always found it easy to talk to people. I've always founded easy to connect with folks and ask questions. And i'm curious about and mostly because as a child i was always encouraged to ask whether it was two friends. The families the teachers. And i think that's what helps with being a good host and with conducting good interviews. Which you do a great job of thank you ronald but yeah no. I think that just that basic quality of curiosity. If if you don't wanna know you can't read someone else's questions the producers on the show do suggest a lot great questions for us but ultimately you ask the ones that are your questions that have been you want. no yes. It's funny because like you know working with the solvable team. It's certainly is a team effort. But i think what makes a good host that what makes a good interviewer is the ability to read the conversation and to know when it when it needs to take a turn when it's about the pivot or when you're curiosity might push the interviewee a little deeper into the subject matter and even more comfortable and ready to answer more questions as they go so and i really enjoy doing that so this is a very exciting role for me. You do something i mean. Since were on this this topic. I do think being a really good host goes beyond just the flow of the conversation. Asking the right questions that something about creating this this environment this kind of comfort even this sense of place. And here's what. I don't feel that. I really know how to do but i hear in your voice you know in a lot of the people who are just really good shows terry gross. You know you just feel like you're at her place like you're in her world and you know in the guest is coming into her world and you feel as a listener. You're made to feel welcome and comfortable. How do you do that route. You know wish. I could say there was a trick. I wish i could tell you. Hey do this thing. And this'll this'll work but for me. It's just it's hospitality. It's really being genuinely interested in what they have to say. It's paying attention to them. Not necessarily thinking so far ahead that you can't be president in the conversation creating that warm sensitive environment it really comes from like a genuine place inside people and i think most people talk to you. We'll tell you that this is who. I am all the time. So it makes it easier for me to just bring this be to a hosting role Whereas some people. I think are very good at being a host and then you know in the rest of their lives are not nearly as hospitable or friendly and i can't say anything about ten gross but i i know that good host is being able to create that sense of hospitality in the conversation that they're having that moment. Yeah i think of the great host of my childhood dick caveat who was on. Tv obviously long before your time but back in the days before cable there only a few channels every night cabinet was having these interesting people on his show and he's charming. He's charmed by the gas and a lot of what he's trying to do. Is of course just inject wisecracks. I've got clip here. That's a good example of that it's cabot talking to the comedian don rickles. It's hard for you to be serious but it is. I think people don't admit that deep down inside. If i may be serious for a moment that you do something on stage that all of us would like to do if we had no class the other host i think about all the time as i grew up listening on the radio growing up in chicago. Two studs terkel here just as one example is studs terkel interviewing muhammad ali at one thousand nine hundred seventy five. Why do you think it is always in this particular theater. So many different people are. Why would they rooting for you. The outsider we'll i think the masses root for me because this scuffling they've been persecuted they figure by the tat taxes and whatever they've underdogs people are basically the underdogs hole and the things that i say from my people in the free involve people and the way i speak out in the title of the have and the and now let this. Stop me from recognizing every day man that thing. This is what they whether it'd be black or white. The massive people hardworking people the amazing thing about studs terkel circle. He was so good at talking to anybody today. He would have like a janitor and then he would. Have you know an opera singer. And then he would. Have you know a former vice president or politician and he just part of what was great about him with. He would talk to everybody the same way. Yeah i mean there's a sense of empathy that comes with no matter. Who's in the room. It should be able to be extended to anyone who's sitting opposite from you whether they'd be the janitor or the president of the united states. The other thing is not being afraid to ask even a question that may not sound as smart as you think it does. I think larry king wants said He was he was on. He was talking to jesse thorn. My friend hobie. Khan who wrote you negotiate anything. We grew up together. He says to me larry. The secret of your success is your dumb dumb. Is the great road to success. Because you not afraid to. I don't know tell me help me. That's a lot of interviews help. help me that. You're you're a brain search. You got brain surgery tomorrow morning. Think about it tonight when you go in the check your hands. If they're steady. And then all of a sudden you have this. Very poignant moment because larry king asked a question that is wow. I would have even sit there. I was like ronald do you. Do i do that. Also i wanna make sure that. I i do that but having that empathy allows you to be embassy to cross from you like i said whether it's the janitor or the president of the united states. Yeah so for this show. We do interviews with a particular kind of focused. How is problem solving. And how are people who have ideas about solving problems. Making the world veteran capable of making the world better. And that's the thing that can be big range of stuff. Yeah if you look out there let's say your your houses near the water and you look out there and you're just like the water seems to be creeping closer and closer. You're only thinking about what's going to happen when the water reaches your house and all the horrible things that can happen as the water continues to rise and the flooding when you when you start to think about all that it kind of changes your posture versus if you think how do we stop the water. How do we get the people out. How do we keep my house. Dry and think in terms of This podcast i'd like that it's pivoting from us talking so much about what the issue is because in most cases we know what the issue is what we really need to know is. What's the best way forward. How can we like either neutralize whatever. This problem is or at least adjust our lives so that the problem isn't what it is. Do we need to build a bridge. Maybe we need to build our houses higher whatever that means in order to To get out of the water. I think it gives a bit of optimism to the world
Conductor with Bipolar Disorder Launches Orchestra To Battle Mental Health Stigma
"Today we have ronald brownstein. Mr brownstein is the music director of me. Too and a graduate of juilliard conducted the san francisco symphony berlin philharmonic and the oslo philharmonic. Just to name a few. Mr brownstein was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in nineteen eighty five. He launched me too because of his desire to support others who struggled to maintain good mental health. Mr brownstein welcome to the show. Thank you you have conducted major orchestras all around the world. And you are on a trajectory to being a lead conductor when you disclosed your diagnosis of bipolar disorder. And then you were shunned by the classical music community. Was this the experience that caused you to start me too. Well it wasn't like. I decided to start me too. I got basically fired from a job. Because of my mentally ill. I knew that i would never get up conducting chop again But it wasn't like a decision. It's just i felt that i run out of options So i had to create a new option which was to make my own of of people like me. And i guess it was not as though there was a formal launch. We just set out a press release and we waited to see if anyone would show up and a few people did. People were frankly sitting on on cold folding chairs all purpose community space at the beginning. We didn't really know what we're doing. And no one knew what would happen So anyways long short. I said everyone down on the floor and we talked about a parameters was just simply that wanted to make an orchestra that stigma free context in which we would be ourselves and not have to hide our illness so Kind of started like that
Looking Back at Rain Man
"Today. We're talking about one thousand nine hundred rainman. Who a correct me. If i'm wrong. Jim this is like the top grossing film of the year and also did quite welford self in oscars nominated for eight one three and it made like a billion times is budget not bad. Not bad Is directed by barry levinson which you might recognize from his work on the natural. Good morning vietnam wag. The dog and sleepers is written by barry morrow and ronald bass. Maybe ronald bass. I didn't look that up. Shoot just realized which we'll talk about. We'll talk a little bit. More about barry morrow when we start talking about the impact of the of the film had on this subject matter Stars of course. Dustin hoffman as raymond ray babbitt and it stars. Tom cruise is his brother. Charlie and also val area go lino. Who i'd only known as the hot funny girl from hotshots and hotshots part do as a remember her from them. She's actually. she's playing italian in this movie. So gotcha and i wondered if like what happened to her because she was in these big movies in the eighties and i looked through her Like imdb and some does just one thing after another match kept trying to work on both sides of the pond and one contract would interfere with another contract and then that would fall through and that was delayed and she liked it. Seemed like ten years relied. Click by and so. It's a shame in a lot of big movies like the. I'm not saying this was a big movie. But she went to rainman right after big top pee wee which you know not the best. But she's in like you said she was in leaving las vegas. She was in escape from la. She was leaving las vegas. Apparently playing someone named terry jesus. We just saw that movie. And i did not. I didn't did not really must've been a minor role
"ronald her" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Ronald Jr of the Braves and Ryan McMahon of Colorado are the others and extra strength. Nay. Quinn is one back with six. He's one of seven National League players with six home runs in the American League. Two guys have seven J. D. Martinez and Shohei Otani Otani hit his today. 440 FT Blast. We're talking about the NFL draft. It's coming up on Thursday in Cleveland, I gave you the Bangles consensus mock draft for fans. Based on the 355 of you that responded to my four round mock draft request. 355 of you in a 24 hour period went to a mock draft simulator could make a trade made the first four picks and your picks went as follows. Mar Chase around one Alabama offensive lineman Alex Leatherwood round to Louisiana Tech defensive tackle Milton Williams. Round three Illinois offensive guard Kendrick Green. Around four. I remain on team Sewell. I've described why in each of the last two weeks I won't run through that list again. But any case time to hear from an expert, the chief draft analyst for pro football network dot com His Toni Pauline. He co host the draft analyst Podcast on the Believe podcast network. In this week, I asked him what the Bangles should do. Tony on your big board. You have Trevor Laurence one Jamaar Chase to Panay Sewell, three. And Kyle pits for the Bangles are going to have their choice of at least two of those guys may be the last three. What would you do? I think they're gonna take that a school. I don't think it's a question. Even if you march faces staring them in the basement, you march chases rated higher my board. You drafted your franchise quarterback last year, he looks like a guy that's gonna lead your franchise for the next 10 to 15 years. Unfortunately, he's coming off a major. The injury Jonah Williams has never panned out a left tackle. There was a four process, including many people like myself, thought he would be better off inside, Go under center. Think with Penny fool. You're getting an athletic left tackle Who can keep Joe borrow upright? In my opinion, It's not even a question. You've got to take the left tackle to protect your quarterback. Draft expert Toni Pauline is our guest. You wrote something recently. That wild me, Tony, your database goes back to 2003. You've grated nearly 2500 wide receivers. Jamaar Chase has the fourth highest grade of any wide receiver. You have grated during that time period. What makes him so special? I mean, he's a complete receiver. He doesn't have the size of Calvin Johnson, who was obviously at the top. I don't think he's as polished as Larry Fitzgerald, in large part because you know,.
Caitlyn Jenner Announces Run for California Governor
"London Former Olympian reality TV star and prominent transgender activist Caitlyn Jenner has launched a beautiful California governor. North America correspondent Catherine Dis reports, Republicans have been pushing for an election to unseat the Democratic governor, Gavin Newsom, giving he mishandled the Corona virus pandemic If the recall vote proceeds. Caitlyn Jenner, a longtime Republican, has declared she'll enter the race. Celebrities running for office in California is nothing new. Voters have previously elected Arnold Schwarzenegger and Ronald Reagan. Miss Jenna supported former President Donald Trump early on when he ran for office, but withdrew her supporting 2018 after his administration repeatedly attacked
Create Labs "Creator" Abran Maldanado
"One of the special guests is braun maldonado and he is the co founder for create labs. He is coming on as quote the creator with his quote. The creation clara and that's melt a. I r. a. And that stands for create labs a is rendered assistant yes it is a virtual artificial intelligence robot if you will and it is incredible. It is powered by gibt. And if you don't that is boy you can learn a lot about tonight. But you're going to get the opportunity to ask this article this artificial intelligence actual questions and get to hear clara's response so in this particular podcast episode. We are speaking with abroad. And he explains how he got involved in this all the incredible work he is doing in this area and we talk a little bit about the voice tonight as a little bit of a preview in a little bit of a teaser so let's get into it without any further ado. This is a recording of the voiceless. Our show that was done about a week ago. So you may hear us referring to the voice in a week again. That is today. April twenty first But let's get right into it. Enjoy this podcast episode. Hey there ron how you doing. What's going on how you doing terry. How's everything great great. Great great to have you here. Thanks so much for taking the time to do this. Thank you for having me. It's a lot of fun to talk to you about all this stuff. I love it. That's right that's right. We're gonna have some fun next week when we get you on the show live. We've got people. Ask questions and asking cleric. We're gonna get all that here over the next little bit here but before we get into that. Let me ask you just introduce yourself a little bit to the to the audience and listeners to the viewers and by the way then you've got any questions now live you can put them in the chat and i'm able to to bring those into chat here as well but bryan watt yourself sure ronald natto co founder of Labs ventures associate director for the new york city media lab. I got into this work. Because i am a person of color. Who found himself in the tech space. And i didn't see enough of myself in their nor my counterparts in my peers. Family and i just wanted to make sure that in the underserved community that there was a pipeline in access point in someone on the inside To get them opportunities in second brought me here to the
Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dies at 93
"For his time in Washington and in the national political spotlight, including his years in the U. S Senate and later as U. S ambassador to Japan, former Vice President Walter Fritz Mondale has died at the age of 93. Here, CBS White House correspondent Ed O'Keefe. He ran for president against Ronald Reagan and 1984 made history by choosing a female running way. Geraldine Ferraro, I looked The best vice president and I found her and Gerry Ferraro to waged a spirited campaign. But as Democrats trying to make Reagan's age an issue He memorably shot back and Monday. I will not make age an issue of this campaign. I am not going to exploit for political purposes, my opponent's youth and inexperience, Reagan trounced Mondale in a historic landslide. President Biden in remembering the late vice president, said Walter Mondale, defined of the vice presidency as a full partnership and help provide a model for his service.
Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dead at 93
"Walter Mondale dead at the age of 93. NBC's Kris Clack of takes a look back Minnesota Progressive who brought a new standard to the vice presidency, Walter Fritz Mondale catapulted to the national political spotlight. In the 19 seventies and eighties Mondale Mondale was U. S senator from Minnesota before serving as vice president under Jimmy Carter from 1977 to 1981 on, Dale ran for the White House in 1984 but lost to Ronald Reagan in a landslide. The owner of the Colorado
Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93
"The country is remembering Walter Mondale, the former vice president died at the age of 93 1976. Mondale became a national figure in the Democratic presidential nominee, Jimmy Carter asked him to join the ticket as his running mate, The Carter Mondale, take it lost the White House in 1982, Ronald Reagan, George Bush. 1984 bundles choice for a running mate Rock the election. New York Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman on the presidential ticket, but the campaign struggled to overcome a double digit deficit in the polls. Mondale served his country for more than 50 years. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington
Walter Mondale, former vice president, dies at 93
"Jimmy Carter, has died. Word out of Minnesota. The former vice president Walter Mondale, has died. The liberal icon served Minnesota as attorney general and US senator then as vice president under Jimmy Carter, from 1977 to 1981. Mondale's own try for the White House in 1984 was shadowed by Ronald Reagan's popularity, but he made a different kind of history by choosing the first female running mate on a major party ticket. Geraldine Ferraro, Walter Mondale was 93 Fox News Trace Gallagher,
Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies at Age 93
"Former Vice President Walter Mondale, who lost the nation's most lopsided presidential election, is dead at 93. Mondale served as Jimmy Carter's vice president. His own bid for the White House came in 1984 when he won on Lee, his home state, Minnesota and Washington, D. C against Ronald Reagan. I'm Tim McGuire, former vice president Walter Mondale's died at the age of
Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Has Died at Age 93
"Has died at his home in Minneapolis at the age of 93. Mr Mondo was President Jimmy Carter's running made for his successful presidential bid in 1976 8. Years later, he suffered the worst defeat of any presidential candidate trounced by Ronald Reagan. Baby saying use
Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies At 93
"Historic 1984 run for the White House. When the name New York Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro to be his vice presidential running mate, the first woman on a major party presidential ticket. I'm delighted to announce But I will ask the Democratic convention. To nominate Geraldine Ferraro of New York to run with me for the White House. Mondale lost that election in a landslide to Ronald Reagan, carrying only his home state of Minnesota and Washington, D C after he pledged to raise taxes during his acceptance speech. Mondale's family says he died Monday. Minneapolis He was 93 The White House says it's in contact with local officials in Minnesota, head of
Former U.S. Vice President Walter Mondale Dies at 93
"Civil rights advocate and former vice president Walter Mondale dies and I am proud. Go to Washington. Mondale twice winning reelection to the Senate, then in 76. When Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter captured the Democratic presidential nomination, Mondale got a call. We had a talk about what he Had in mind. And so the grits and French ticket was born. The Carter Mondale administration would face for extremely difficult years. Tough times paved the way for Republican challenger Ronald Reagan to win the White House in 1980 bucks is Mike Tobin. Mr Mondale died at 93 at home in
Walter Mondale, Former Vice President Has Died
"Former vice president Walter Mondale has died. Despite a long liberal political career. This may be one of Walter Mondale's most remembered lines. When I hear your new ideas, I'm reminded of that ad. Where's the beef? Yeah, Vice President Mondale, running for president in the primaries and suffering a landslide lost to Ronald Reagan. He served his Minnesota senator. Through it all. He was proud to wear the liberal label. It became a word that had a sting to it, whereas people started coming self progressive. I think the same thing Walter Mondale, the nation's longest retired vice president, for more than 30
Walter Mondale, Former US Vice-President and Celebrated Liberal, Dies Aged 93
"Former vice president Walter Mondale a liberal icon for Minnesota has died at the age of ninety three in nineteen sixty four Walter Mondale was appointed to Minnesota's U. S. Senate seat replacing his mentor Hubert Humphrey Mondale was known for his advocacy of social issues in nineteen seventy six he was Jimmy Carter's running mate when they unseated Gerald Ford Carter saying some thirty years later I felt the vice president be the best one to give me the help I needed I never had served in Boston before as you know and Chris was express NO eulogizing Mondale as the best vice president in our country's history Mondale unsuccessfully ran for president in nineteen eighty four choosing a woman as his running mate losing to Ronald Reagan in a landslide he served as ambassador to Japan in the nineties Mondale's wife Joan died in twenty fourteen three years after their daughter Eleanor Mondale is survived by two sons Jackie Quinn Washington
Republicans Work to Rebrand GOP as Party of Working Class
"Donald trump brought more working class voters into the republican party than any other president since ronald reagan now. Republicans are trying to figure out how to keep them. The working class vote will be crucial in next year's midterms. Here's npr congressional correspondent. Susan davis in the last decade. The biggest growth in the republican coalition has been white voters without a college degree along with some growth with similarly educated black and hispanic voters. that's why republicans. Like indiana congressman. Jim banks believe the only winning path forward for the gop is to fully reimagined itself as the party of the working class and if republicans want to be successful as a party when the majority in twenty twenty two win back the white house and twenty twenty four. I think we have to learn lessons that donald trump taught us now to appeal to these voters. Banks is the chairman of the republican study committee but conservative faction in the house. long rooted. in small government low taxes and social conservatism. He recently sent a six page memo to house. Minority leader kevin mccarthy making the case that republicans need to refocus their agenda. Almost entirely on working class appeals for banks. This means tougher immigration laws cracking down on china big tech and perhaps most provocatively for republicans corporate america for too long the republican party said into the narratives that republican party was party of business or the party of wall street. Republicans are increasingly comfortable attacking corporations these days. That's a lot easier for them. After wall street donors gave more to joe biden. Major companies halted political donations to republicans who objected to electoral college results on january six and is companies take more liberal positions on controversial issues like georgia's new voting law senate minority leader mitch. Mcconnell last week issued a rare verbal rebuke of companies that oppose the law. Warning if you will to corporate america's to stay out of politics. It's not what you're designed for.
Randle Leads Knicks Over Lakers and Back Above .500
"Former Lakers Julius Randle at the next one eleven ninety six victory over the LA Lakers Randle scored thirty four points and pulled down ten rebounds to lead Yorkshire third straight win in the last four nights this one against the defending champs who played again without the injured lebron James Anthony Davis who's who's always going through the emotions in the last two games of the plan well you know beach Ronald blubber control arm it's always a feel good when point guard Elfrid Payton scored twenty points was backup Derrick rose added fourteen the next only billion defense forced twenty four Laker turnovers and held only to forty points over the second and third quarters when they took command of the game Dennis Schroder scored twenty one points to top Los Angeles I'm Tom Mariam
"ronald her" Discussed on This American President
"In that time stalin was a particular rival trotsky and eventually when lennon became incapacitated and certainly after lennon died tribes as stalin with those other former comrades of lenin to isolate trotsky they were afraid trotsky too powerful to popular head of the army isolate him remove him from his positions and eventually drive him into exile. There's a fascinating quote where you cite. That were molotov compares lenin and stalin and he said quote in our party. I consider lennon alone to genius. Lennon was superior stalin but no one could surpass stalin as a practical worker party organizer. It's very fascinating that stalin. Who was very different from lennon would come to be his successor. Certainly that is correct. So we know in among marxist party in that marxist party among communists there were theorists and practitioners practically entailed tiki in russian. Stalin was a practic. He was pragmatic party worker. There's a kind of anecdote which is not true. Where lennon says I need someone to go out do such and such a thing and trust he says. Oh i'd love to do it by blood you middle each but you know. I have to write my book on literature and revolution and stalin said. I'll do it. I mean he knew he would have made a great mafia boss or even a chief executive of corporation. He knew how to play the system how to use his advantages his talents. He had feet on the ground. He was practical okay. He wasn't as sophisticated in marxist theory as lennon or a trotsky or hot or other bolsheviks but he he was a tremendous organizer and multi gets it right in the quote that you mentioned and so. He's the one that succeeds within the party. He's the one who gathers people around him. He could express complex issues in very simple focused often very dull language. What does a good politician need sophisticated analyses or simple what we would call you. Know a soundbite of points of view. Just watch the debates now going on and you see that. That's what works. The bumper sticker slogans bumper stickers. Yeah so you. Cover a lot of stalin's private life and there was his first wife. I think it's e cathrine for need. Is that right was i. I needs okay. Could you talk about those relationships. In his private life the ones.
"ronald her" Discussed on This American President
"They set up their own secret reading societies and they assiduously read forbidden texts among them. Darwin marks and i would add russian literature russian novels and other critical tax. Which gave him a kind of humanistic. That is this. World centered education and through reading people. Like darwin and marx. They eventually abandoned religion which was represented by these Rather authoritarian dogmatic clerics who ran the seminary and they turned to a kind of association with what i would call the russian intelligentsia the the radical opposition to czar ism and they went to organize workers to work in the underground political underground and tried to make a revolution. And it's very interesting because when he left seminary You noted that he was a meteorologist for a little. While which i thought was very interesting because the only job he ever got paid for writing was he worked in an observatory and did meteorology right. But what what. What is happening to him was he was reading these texts. Let's say marks so mark's you couldn't get march that easily But they would sign the book in a secret bookstore or from a library somehow and they would copy it very carefully. Overnight and then distributed among themselves and march is a powerful powerful thinker. Marcus work basically was about. I was an analysis of capitalism and many people had when stalin was young thought well russia can avoid capitalism. We can create our own future. Maybe a liberal future may be a peasant socialism or some kind but reading marks People young men like stalin became convinced. That no no you know. Russia has to follow the same path as best we have to go through that crucible of capitalism and then come out the other end and make something called socialism or communism or whatever So you say in the book quote his dominant. Emotion appears to be resentment. The sense that he was of what justly should have been his wall others had more than they deserve. So what did he believe. He was deprived of an. How did he think marxism would.
"ronald her" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"On december twenty eighth nineteen eighty-seven ronald gene. Simmons went on a killing spree. That left four injured and two dead. When police investigated his home they discovered fourteen more bodies. All of whom were simmons family members. Many felt that simmons rampages were caused by a potent cocktail of jealousy and misogyny his crimes dated back to nineteen seventy eight. When simmons began sexually assaulting his fifteen year old daughter sheila at the time the family was living in cloud. Kroft new mexico when sheila got pregnant. Her teacher suspected simmons was to blame when they alerted the department of human services. Simmons in his family fled new mexico and relocated to arkansas before he could be investigated there in dover. Sheila gave birth to simmons child. The family lived on a thirteen acre plot of land that kept them from the world's prying eyes. There was no one to stop simmons from abusing his seven children and treating them like a small army forcing them to do dangerous manual labor around the house. This included digging a four foot ditch that would inevitably become their grave by nineteen eighty seven. His adult children had left the home to start their own lives that included sheila who had married and taken her child with her but for reasons unknown. They kept in contact with simmons returning home for events and holidays. Still clear that many of the family members were unhappy with simmons just a few days before her murder simmons wife. Becky drafted a letter to their son. Billy becky wrote. I don't want to live the rest of my life with dad. I am a prisoner here. The kids to every time. I think of freedom. I want out as soon as possible. It's not known for sure but her words may have triggered simmons rampage after his arrest. Simmons was examined by psychiatrist at arkansas state hospital. Doctors reported that he was saying and capable of standing trial on may twelfth nineteen eighty-eight simmons face the court and was found guilty of killing kathy kendrick and jim chaffin. He was sentenced to death by lethal injection and begged the court that no one delay this very correct and proper death sentence. Unfortunately for simmons he'd have to wait another year to go on trial for the deaths of his family. In february of nineteen eighty nine. He was again found. Guilty on fourteen counts of murder and sentenced to lethal injection at his last hearing. He told the court in my particular case anything. Short of death would be cruel and unusual punishment. He sat in prison for another year before his request came to pass on june twenty-fifth nineteen ninety ronald gene. Simmons was the first man in arkansas to receive the death penalty through lethal injection. No one claimed his body for a proper burial. He now wastes away in a potter's field.
"ronald her" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"One of the things that i wanted to do like i'm so scared that people are going to say. Oh these guys are knocking off. Show or something like that and one of the things that i wanted to was. How much deeper this was of interest like. That's highly upsetting because of who was like in this day. Job is day hours but there was over. Sixty individuals ultimately arrested during this sting operation and a lot of these guys probably like a lot of creditors have easy access. He not to these kids. You know there's something about these kinds of stories that are just fascinating and you're never happy about the fact that it happened to somebody but it's just so odd that you can't be captivated by the kind of bond that might be able to do something like this at least the way my the way i am. I see a situation like this. And i i. I obviously acknowledged tragedy you know. It's there's people that are scarred for life and their they're ruined unfortunately but as a third party that gets to analyze it just watching always one of those things that you feel just so compelled by you wonder. How does this feel how. What really really straight me in this kinda thing interrupt you but this was actually a topic of conversation today when my parents were over and it's kind of like i was trying to explain to them. Like how many times a week do you hear that somebody was killed. Somebody was shot and somebody stabbed. Even there isn't molestation that took place and your for a split second year like man that really subs but no one thinks about the fact that it could be even higher best friends. I could never think that you would be capable of doing something like that right. But i think like i know seventy eighty percent of the time. It is that person who's closest to you right. It's the friend. It's a nice guy from the church. It's like the guy who's your uncle. i mean. Everybody jokes about uncle fiddles. But it happens a lot right. You know it to that point. And that's what. I was driving esa. Thanks for really. In one time i had seen a special on. Abc or one of those after school special global news things and it was an interview with a convicted sex offender and they are asking him about his betting process. And this guy was like yeah man. I look pretty normal. I was a principal ch-. Nobody thought me saying he got away with it for a long time Just because he was playing a role. And i guess the to that point people think that a a molester or rape aurora kidnappers that looks weird and creepy and kind of like folding and or more the rings or something you know but but in reality they're probably the charming people yes up because the guy was like man i look normal. You would never think anything of me and they wanna be they wanna be unassuming so disguise. They often. You'll often find them in roles like principles or like. What else do they like. Daycare directors social workers. Things like that exactly in one of the things that i thought about two was i. You know people say oh well you know i was born this way. I was born probably a lot of truth to that. And i always wondered like does the person actively seek out these roles to have opportunities or do they see the opportunities that exist after they get these roles like i don't i don't think against like i'm on the side we're like these people have had something wrong with them for a long time and you consistently overlooked by people who should know. Maybe you should have known better like hey there's something wrong with that guy like we all knew that kid right grade. You're like yeah that's not right. I mean it has to do with yourself are usually in the event because everybody has the desired. You up still living like i think he also comes down to. How far are you willing to go to satisfy your fantasies versus like what's your compass like. Does that make sense my ramle. I hope it does. I think we're the disconnect is like how like you and i seemingly normal mills are fantasy you to like you know have sex with like three strippers or something right but then we think about like oh wait. We're married. there's diseases could be legal like we played. All these scenarios are head and stuff. But i think that would probably be more typical versus. I wonder what it's like to kill in.
"ronald her" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"Torture chamber. He built in his basement also clearly demonstrated his strong desires to snare victim said bruce m fo carton special agent in charge of h. Sl boston there is no doubt in my mind that given the right set of circumstances mr portwood would have acted on those perverse urges. Fortunately as a result of today's significant sentence he will never have an opportunity to pursue his sword desires. I committee exceptional work of the h special agents federal prosecutors and many other law enforcement partners who contributed to operation Overwhelming success in rescuing some one hundred sixty seven child victims and the arrest of fifty four predators worldwide as claimed by the statement of facts. Jeffrey partway forty took part in countless chats with several individuals about shared obsession in abducting raping murdering and eating children. A large portion of these conversations were accompanied by the exchange of child pornography the chasse included images of children on personally to them accompanied by dialogue of the desire sexually assault execute and cannibalize those children. The court filings indicate through his online chats portray solicited several individuals for their help and objecting child victim primarily from michael d arnett as early as two thousand ten port. Way you skype and like programs to score to correspond with our net exchanging child pornography that included images of wounded disfigured. In even dead children chitchatting about sexual abuse rape abduction murder and cannibalism of adolescence for months portray continually solicit arnett to abduct a youngster for him with the intention that portray would eventually rape kill and consume that child. These pills for help kidnapping a child involved discussing real children by name by photo that are net was said to know and have direct access to on july twenty seven two thousand twelve special agents in conjunction with state and local. Police served a federal search warrant at his home in rochester. Multiple computers and digital devices containing port ways chop pornography collection. Where sees along with the computer. He used to treat child pornography and conspired to abduct a child while executing the search warrant agents also discovered a locked door in the basement of his home past a door was a sally port that led to a second door but the keyed locke pass that second door was a dungeon it was lined with sound dampening material a chair television and what looked like be cable access to the internet. The room also had a child size homemade coffin. Large speakers covered with wire mesh at one in would exterior locking devices a steel cage approximately three foot by two foot by four foot long with multiple locking devices and a steel table topped with steel rings at six points presumably for restraints outside. These rooms were a cabinet freezer and upright freezer disposable scalpels 's butchering kids and castration tools. This engine was described in detail by port way in recovered chats as a place. He intended to use to keep kidnap children. What he sexually abused him. And as a place to eventually murder and cannibalized children a forensic examination of his computers revealed that forty five hundred trades of child pornography and taking place between wayne others most of these trade involved portwood distributing child pornography to others based in their stated specific preferences including images and videos appearing to pick bit children and cannibalism of children grotesque shocking sickening warped perverted monstrous inhuman infuriating. The stream of words one can think of to describe his case. Endless yet insufficient. Maybe there aren't enough languages in all of the world and all the time that could properly convey the depths of evil and depravity that ronald brown robert po the third jason scar solo robert muga richard dates jeff report way into like were willing and even gleeful to delve into the abduction rate murder and consumption of another human being but even words the weakest and most vulnerable among us the more we do research on these topics for fun time or show the more we understand that. No one is normal but perhaps the way to say this. Is that those of us with north problems. The drinkers the cheers. The thieves of society can't fathom such a desire to some even more frightening than a murderous child. Molesting cannibal is the notion of or orwellian criminal justice system where one can be accused and imprisoned simply for the thoughts that crossed their mind. What's to stop. If power hungry system from accusing one of illegal thoughts simply to silence imprison them a minority report like society. where one is guilty before action is even committed. That is at least a part of the controversy amongst all the discussed it begs the age old question. Every democracy loving western society asks itself. Do we sacrifice. Feed him for security. Will july's fun. Thirteen judd James de with more of the us district court and tampa made that very call. I'm reminded the story of private. Henry tandy a world war one british soldier. Who famously had adolf hitler in his crosshairs. Only to share his life we all know the bloodthirsty monster. Hiller turned out to be how many times throughout his life must henry have asked himself. If only i had pulled that trigger will. It seems for judge. Whitmore he would not allow such a wait to play his conscience. Ronald brown was sentenced. To twenty years and was only a small part a larger pedophile up. All right so. I am now joined with lucas from across houston. Unfortunately he wasn't able to be here with me. While i did this recording but for huckabee a messenger now Of course he was able to deliver an amazing altro. And i don't know i guess. What do you think about what you know of the episode. Even though you haven't heard it like an it's an entirety. What i heard of it is killer to to people who really have theatrical inclinations. Some some thespian experience throwing down and it was really really little clip. I heard was great. And i heard a little bit of your intro that i heard a little bit of my altro and i think that people are going to be happy. They're pleased. I think this is a world ahead of the episode that rough draft. We did last week. Pursued one yeah. So you didn't get to experience recording of the back and forth between stacey and chris and i have to tell you that conversation is where like ninety percent of my editing win several times. They had to redo lines. You probably remember. But i basically told you i was going to con- my brother into doing this. Like unknowingly right. Like he's been one voice actor for like the last couple of years. And i said hey i got this opportunity for you. And he's like. Oh what is it. And i'm like oh don't worry about it. I got a script. You just to come over here and read some stuff and call it a day. He didn't who he was going to be getting into the. That's pretty heavy. i don't know how to react. Saw the script. There's a part that actually left into the episode that you haven't gotten here yet where he basically toward the end. We stopped reading about three sheets from neon bright and he said drove. I really don't wanna read this shit anymore. And saints. he was like. I don't feel like. I feel nauseous. And i was like in cut. That's a wrap plus men you know i. I read some of the transcripts. I listen to some of the transcripts because you know clearly in that clearly obviously or not the first people to this Ascended on youtube. A few podcasts but eat the stuff that's out there about this particular story man. It's all the stuff i've heard is gut wrenching few things that make my skin crawl anymore. But it's just god day.
"ronald her" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"ronald her" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"The judge replied the risk is that his obsessions or going to become more than fantasy. At what point does that line between fantasy and risk of threat get crossed to let you determine if his online fantasies crossed the line. I have very special guests joining me now to perform a reenactment of the online conversations between ronald brown and michael arnett aka. Ck three six six six sweet talker. Linda and calf keeper to my brother chris. My wife stacey will you are about to hear is extremely disturbing so this is your last chance. Please make sure that you're ready to travel down this road. As there will be no going back. Chris will be playing. The part of ronald brown. Stacey will be playing the role of the other members of the chatham. No further ado. I have some kicks. Her friends should be down a little toddler. Pick alot our eddie. Sadly he is doing well. I wish i had him tied back in closet with make fine eastern yes stars. Budgies would be fantastic. I agree you could spend today party him out getting pan ready for the but i would have time to do it today if only yeah i would have been up all night and join him. I'm sure killing now. Last day as a boy wouldn't kill. Imagine his eyes would just about be ready to bug out wet with tears so scared help probably tripling trying to pageant. His body cut up in thinking of how it would hurt chopped. I can assure that he would build a name because he would already be dead by my thinking like a little boy anymore. Ear reducing him back into the level of a five year old baby. I could tell that is a big boy. Now and we'll be able to take. I could give them a choice on how you wants to go. That would be nice given choices all which end up camping being cut up and ask them how he wants each cuts of his body to be done. And then labeling form with a black marker a nice idea see how you react to that maybe dotted line around the base of his cock with an arrow labeled here. That would get him trembling knowing you're going to cut off his voight art just having my fingers on it when terrified. Get a pair of scissors between the plates pinch at the potato yes slide this sharp in back in across his cock yes even two or three year olds understand that when you do it so scary. Use his book for it. Gives a chance to develop. I would like to get an updated picture of before too long. I like to look at them. And i am at all to exactly announced cuts. Wish i had one of his be showing off his chest in that would be best. Get to look at the areas cut. Yes i need a reboot plus a bathroom break. Maybe ten minutes. Can you hang well. I do need to go. I have some running around back later. I think so. Sure okay well. I hope we can talk more here sick. I should be on later today to okay. I did find one new pickup pokey yoga. Is it a good gets heuristic to see. I think that's what i like. I'd be interested and seem still here rebuilding gaffes nice. Lean meat on little guys me will be cooped up in the morning once. The main course is out opened. Fire probably start with this bottom legs. Ribs evening sunshine. Hello how are you good. you doing. Knock with your boy. No i still went to eat them. Think he was looking good and that last guy got great. Nice tight ass. Love boys like that berm media. He would make a nice meal for you. I bet you can handle high. Think i could. I am sure. would you just knock them out. It would be the best way for a boy his age size. Yes with something. You're good wack on the back of the head preferrably with something like a blackjack do the would killed or just nakajima should just not come out. I've never seen it killed more than just throw them over your shoulder in off pretty much yes. I think he would be easy to end. He is a compact gourd. Gun might have a bit more strength to where he could punch him. Talk him out though. I always thought a punch in the top you would knock the wind out. That may work too but be prepared for him to let out more of a cry or get is wind back quicker than expected..
"ronald her" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"At the top of my list for horror movies. But what if the child predator you should fear most was not sneaking into your dreams rather was demand driving your children to church each wednesday. What if the man was in creating a dream world to chase down your children but instead spent his time developing devices to dismember children while searching the internet for the best recipe online to prepare their flesh for consumption. This is a very true story. You better go find your kids right now before. Two thousand twelve. Ronald and brown probably seemed like a normal guy in living in largo florida. At the time ron was in his mid fifties and was pretty active members church. She participated in the ministry by providing entertainment to the chiltern by way of puppetry. Statistically as of quist each wednesday ronald would have the children who attended the local church over to a home for a pizza party for driving the church van with the kids to their midweek services in addition to performing at church his side has included private events like birthday parties and play a role in a public access christian television show joy junction the show featured ron and his puppet mardi sharing lessons from the bible here he discussed the importance of having intimate relationship with the lord and ways that you can grow your relationship with god if going to church every sunday night you go into mcdonald's every weight and that's a hamburger marty for ron. It's true you do make a good point. They're just going to church. Doesn't make a person that christian thatched chairs to jesus christ to come into your heart and ask him to forgive you sans. That's right marty and you know after you do that. You're supposed to grow in the lord Well i don't mean we're supposed to grow physically but we are supposed to grow spiritually. You know i'm thinking of second. Peter three eighteen. Which says we're supposed to grow in the grace and knowledge of our lord and savior. Jesus christ well. How does that name well. It just simply means marty that we're supposed to get to know the lord better in grow in our relationship with him heireann. I know some ways we can grow in the lord really. What's that well first of all going to church. That's a good idea. Marty mentioned a moment ago. Grow going to church doesn't make you a christian but it's certainly important to go to church because there we learn about the lord is good to fellowship with other people who believe as we do. Can you think of some other ways that we can grow in our relationship with the lord. Well this see by reading god. that's right marty. Reading the bible is certainly an important way that we can grow in the lord because the bible contains a lot of imported instructions on how we should lay. Oh let's say talking to god turning. Well that's right marty. Well would you think about a person who who said that. They were a good friend of yours but then they never talked to you. I would say it wasn't really a very close friend at all. That's right but you know a lot of times. Marty people say well. I talked to the lord the lord. He's a really close friend of mine but they really don't pray very often witnessing and telling others about god. That's important to marty that help. Search to grow in our faith by telling others about jesus in two thousand twelve wife for ronald william brown was about to change. Ronald brown was arrested after a raid on his home by the us department of homeland security. A huge investigation uncovered ronald role in several online chat rooms involving child pornography child abduction the murder of children in the eventual cannibalizing of said children the investigation and covered that ronald brown participated in online chats. Discussing the one to participate in kidnapping murdering and eating children ronald sought out and cheered images of corner graphic material including new children being tied up and gagged bound to tables. The images at ronald enjoyed the most though involved children that were deceased. These included images of children who had been decapitated toughest. Federal agents revealed disturbing details about a local puppeteer and the twisted fantasies. They say he had about little boys. And tonight we're hearing more about the charges. He's facing yorkers gino's talked to ronald browns and attorney about those troubling charges. He joins us live in downtown tampa with war. Tonight chris jamieson. That attorney believes this man is innocent. Despite the mountain of evidence federal agents have already collected in this case. It's evidence this guy's neighbors call simply disgusting in a federal courtroom ronald brown set and silent as he was ordered held without bond his attorney tonight vowing to get him out. He's not involved with is he wouldn't do something like this. He's got no criminal record. Put federal agents say the evidence uncovered in the fifty seven year olds home suggests otherwise including disturbing images of child porn like pictures of boys with their hands and feet bound by ropes. And at least one were a child appeared to be dead kind of scary. Stacey gauguin was disgusted but not surprised by the allegations saying for years her neighbor has spent an unusual amount of time with children the puppeteer shaking kids with him to church and also hosting pizza. Dinners at home for groups of young boys at least once a week. They come with their bikes. Skateboards ain't hang out waiting for him to come home for what neighbors say they never imagined are highly graphic conversations. Brown admitted to having with another man. Online transcript show. They talked at length about the best way to kill children as young as two years old describing how to cut them up. Cook them and eat there remains. It's not just gross. It's beyond you know the concept of Where you come up with things like that and most of those online conversations were so graphic. We really couldn't share any of that with you on tv but tonight agent telling us that brown told them all of it was just a fantasy at stuff. He says he would never actually do in real life even though he made a number of references to a specific boy. He knows through his church. Tonight brown is being held in custody and the other man taking part in those online conversations. He is in jail as well in kansas brown was given the opportunity to take a plea bargain. That would have sent him to prison for a short stint of only six years however he didn't take the deal stating that. He really didn't do anything wrong. He claimed his fantasies. We're about seeing children deceased and conversations about kidnapping killing and eventually eating dead children were merely fantasy that he never intended to follow through with his argument. Was you cannot be convicted for simply thinking about illegal things and not actually doing them. Luckily for society. The judge didn't see it that way. Sentencing him to thirty years for the possession and distribution of child pornography twenty which he ultimately have to serve as a couple. The sentences would have served concurrently. His attorney argued that this much time was ludicrous and was partly based on a horrible armand conversations. Ronald was having with other money. Individuals stating the online chats. Where irrelevant to the crimes. He was convicted of possessing child porn. That they were only role playing online but in reality ronald never hurt anyone..
"ronald her" Discussed on Words Matter
"This week on presidential words matter. We focus on Ronald Reagan. And how he used the power of his office to provide leadership and comfort in time of national tragedy, crisis and morning. The space shuttle Challenger's launch had already been delayed twice when it finally took off on January twenty. Eighth Nineteen eighty-six. This particular launch was widely publicized because for the first time in history, a civilian a teacher named Christa McAuliffe. Traveling into space. The plan was to have McCullough communicate to students from space according to the New York. Times nearly half America's school. Children aged nine to thirteen. Watch the event live in their classrooms. But tragically short seventy three seconds into flight. The world was stunned when the Challenger burst into flames killing all seven crew members on board. President, Ronald Reagan canceled his scheduled state of the Union address that evening and instead addressed the nation's grief. A young speechwriter, a friend and a hero of mine Peggy Noonan was tasked with drafting the president's remarks on this solemn occasion. It was a heavy burden as she later recalled quote i. kind of figured. The entire nation had just seen an auto accident. Newnan draft a speech that was aimed as she put it quote at those who are eight years old. Those who are eighteen and those who were eighty. It was nothing less than one of the greatest speeches in presidential history, and it earned Ronald Reagan his now famous moniker the great, communicator. With that let's listen to Ronald. Reagan's January Twentieth Nineteen eighty-six speech, following the space shuttle Challenger disaster. Ladies and Gentlemen I plan to speak to you tonight to report on the State of the Union. The events of earlier today of led me to change those plans. Today is a day from morning and remembering. Nancy and I are paying to the core, but the tragedy of the shuttle challenge. We know we share this pain with all the people of our country. This is truly a national loss. Nineteen years ago almost to the. We lost three astronauts in a terrible accident on the ground. But we've never lost an astronaut in flight. We've never had a tragedy like this. and. Perhaps we've forgotten the courage. It took for the crew of the shuttle. But they. The challenger seven were aware of the dangers. Overcame them and did their jobs brilliantly. We Mourn Seven Heroes Michael Smith. Dick's Gobi. Judith Resnik Ronald. McNair. Ellison Onisuka. Gregory, Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe We mourn their loss as a nation together. The families of the seven. We cannot bear as you do the full impact of this tragedy. But we feel a loss. We're thinking about you so very much. Your loved ones where daring and brave. They had that special grace at special spirit that says give me a challenge and I'll meet it with joy. They had a hunger to explore the universe discoveries truths. They wished to serve, and they did. They served off us. We've grown used to wonders in this century. It's hard to dazzle us. For Twenty five years the United States space program has been doing just that. We've grown used to the idea of space. And perhaps we forget that we've only just begun. We're still pioneers. They, the members of the Challenger crew were pioneers. And I wanted to say something to the school, children of America, who were watching the live coverage of the shuttle takeoff? I know it's hard to understand sometimes painful things like this happen. It's all part of the process of exploration and discovery. It's all part of taking a chance and expanding man's horizons. Future doesn't belong to the faint hearted. Belongs to the brave. The challenger crew was pulling us into the future. And we'll continue to follow the. I've always had great faith in and respect for our space program. And, what happened today does nothing to diminish it. We don't hide our space program. We don't keep secrets and cover things out. We do it all up front and in Public That's the way freedom isn't. We wouldn't change it for a minute. We'll continue our question space. There would be more shuttle flights and more shuttle crews, and yes more volunteers more civilians more teachers in space. Nothing ends here. Our hopes and our journeys continue. I wonder why that. I wish I could talk to every man and woman who works for NASA or who worked on this mission. And tell them. Your dedication and professionalism have moved and impressed us for decades. and. We know of your anguish. We share it. Is a coincidence today on this day three hundred ninety years ago, the great explorer Sir Francis Drake. died aboard ship off the coast of Adam. In his lifetime, the great frontiers where the oceans and historian later said he lived by the sea, died on it and was buried in it. Or today! We can say of the Challenger crew. Their dedication was like drake's complete. The crew of the space shuttle Challenger honored us for the manner in which they live their lives. We will never forget them. Nor the last time we saw. This morning. As they prepared for their journey and waved goodbye. And slipped the surly bonds over. The touch the face of God. Thank!.
"ronald her" Discussed on How I Built It
"And once they're in you. WanNa make sure that they are getting the most out of that relationship right so it's not just saying like here's everything. I have to offer it saying you bought X. I think why would be nice companion It'll add more value and it'll give more of what you're looking for. It'll help you solve the problems that you need solve. These are all experiments. Because you don't know if if your second point would be whether that's the right fit you might need to do some testing You could look at historical data with plug. Ins will export Explodes connects for daytime and really detailed data on you you you pick out the customer oldest and products and when you have a lot of data you can. You can separate that and say well. We'll the first product dabbled housing data. Come back and what was the second product. If you have lots of customers. She can see based on Applied at Intil upsell cross sell. Your best. Shopowners is probably an obvious one. But if it's not no I think I think that's a really good point right is You should kind of experiment a little bit and see what works what doesn't work but You know as we kind of approach the end of this episode. I think you've taken us on a really. This is a very structured way to do things right. Set Up Google analytics right way You know I'll have kind of detailed notes for this episode because there's a lot of kind of step by steps but look at the Average order value look at the behavior the attribution views and the cost position And then experiments in various places for upsells cross sells communicating. Better with the customer. Exactly on a nice you as you gain experience you become a lot more confident in in building up this relationship with the customer because with the older frequency you can also see that a lot of repeat businesses made after two weeks or maybe it's one month so then using some sort of email marketing tool whether it's You know free to use the mail chimp or Founds Clovio or active campaign Applied Science into your into the customer journey and then the exactly the same it to begin with the day off to it. Some sort of think-i email two weeks later after that and swollen so you repeat frequency buying cycle of your customer increases making the cost to acquire a lot less. That's just to touch on that again. There are You know I haven't used mail chimp in in a long time but the the email marketing tools. Ideally US like Convert Kit or Jilts do allow for things like that right so in convert kit. When somebody makes a purchase in commerce they get tagged with that purchase and then I could set up a sequence to email them that day. Thank you for your purchase. The next day. Hey have you logged into the chorus yet? I think you should really check it out. And then if I know that they're likely to buy an hour of consulting or a follow up course in two or three weeks time. I can tell convert kit. Email them in three weeks and say hey. Hope you're enjoying the course. If you have any questions let me know by the way if you want someone on one time with me you think absolutely you don't mind to spend a little bit more on premium tool in a great example absurd awesome so As we wrap up here you've given us. I mean you have given us a lot of tips. But let's say that somebody is They've recently set up their woo. Commerce shop What are two or three things that they can do today to start jumping into improving the customer journey absolutely first thing is connected with her to Galilee again? Search console is crucial because it will help to understand what you know where you position organically what are the keywords. Other things that people are looking full saying is to analyze you'll you'll search functionality inside you'll commercial make sure that each search query gets recorded in analytics in again that are listed tutorials on that and then it's applied tools to improve you Show one by one bit by bit. Look at first funding. The right product up selling it abandoned cod have threatened to check your. Thank you page Email reminder or whether it's a confirmation of an older and dispatch and Ultimat- improve on the whole full journey Amazon stood the best example we can all created if we have the time and money. But that's one thing. I found that people overlooked. Look at the most obvious examples around you. Yeah that's I mean I until you mentioned it earlier in this episode. It really didn't occur to me because you know I think. Oh I'm selling digital course so it's not really the same selling physical products but it is. You have somebody who likes what you're doing is giving you money to support that thing And you're not gonna be able to live forever on the hundred bucks that they spent five years ago or whatever right so stolen either Partnering WITH OTHER PEOPLE. You know a cross selling your service with somebody else. Who Does a a complimentary service? Advisors are great ways of adding value to each other's product. Yeah that's fantastic. I think we can talk about it for many more hours. But I think we'll have to have another episode talking about maybe learning specifically but This is this has been great Ronald if you do need to ask you my favorite question of course which is do you have any trade secrets for US? You've given us so much but You know is there some observation that you've made That will be very helpful to the listeners to this post because wasn't deployed. The pause is the best part. I wanted to make a compilation of of everybody. Every single one of my guests much trade secret and then they pause. I think just like I'm going to have the whole episode of that right. I'M GONNA go back to Chicago so I do. Need to ask my favorite question which is do you have any trade secrets for us. I think you mentioned it already three times. Ns it's enabling Google attribution view to me when I started experimenting with looking at I Click Alaskan data driven. Click a whole new world open to me on customer behavior. And it's down for free fantastic. Well I know that as soon as we are done recording here I am going to do that. I'm going to spend a little bit of extra time looking through my google analytics and Improving my shop So I appreciate that enable Google tradition view. I said this earlier but I'll have a link in the show notes which you can find over it how. I built it for how to do that. Ronald Thank you so much for joining us today. Where can people find you? You can find me on twitter just to Ronald to number two Also linked him. I think you'll have link. I'm guessing Checkouts sent me a message there as well always happy to have a conversation support awesome. I willing to all of that in the show no Toronto. Thank you so much for joining me today. I really appreciate it. Thank you ever. Thanks so much to Ronald joining us this week. The way that he uses. Google analytics was really impressive to me and I hope that You were able to follow him as he talked. Through some of these instructions there will be a link to some of these videos Over in the show knows at how I built dot it slash one six six thanks to h refs for sponsoring this episode. I'm so excited to have them on board of because they have helped me really up my contents game if you following me on other channels than you know that I've been just pumping out a ton of content lately and H F says been Really helpful in determining what kind of content I should put out there So definitely be sure to check them out and thank them for supporting the show. Now I do have a special offer for you If some of the stuff that Ronald was talking about was great. But you're wondering maybe where to start at the level before this getting your website up and running quickly I have a free. Pedia for you Five tools for building faster websites. You can find it right on the show notes page over at how I built dot it slash one six six. It is completely free so be sure to check it out Thank you so much for listening. And UNTIL NEXT TIME. Get out there and build something..
"ronald her" Discussed on How I Built It
"Otherwise. I can also share some screen. She'll links because it's well worth while to go back into your Google analytics dashboard find these key. Bits of data. So let me just sort of get started and build this picture data. I mean it's it's I think. If you ask any shop owner they will probably tell you how much turnover they've they've made in the last couple of days week month year. How many customers? They have based that on the customer list. Think much more than that. You probably don't remember all apart from maybe you'll you'll cost and so so the the key data that's I think absolutely crucial fisa. Boldy average old evaluated. Now once you've connected Joe Google analytics To Your web shop you have to have this e-commerce enabled it's it's an extra bit of data that you can get from your analytics dashboard including the Davidge older value but also total revenue economic conversion rate. And so. So if you haven't done that if you go into under conversions and you look at e commerce and it's completely blank I'd say Google and find out how you can I naval that anyway once. You've got an enabled. He'll see the average order value. And that's a really key metric because with that you can multiply condemn around. Maths subs the next. The next bit of information that you need to find out is the oldest frequency so In in order to do that look the audience and behavior the behavior. He doesn't have to separate a segmented of those that have made a purchase. And the longer time spent you can go back on that the better because that means you have more data now all of this is possible just a free to use google analytics no premium Doesn't anything what you find is that most purchases are made on Day. Zero people come in to make a purchase on that set but if he done See the view of frequency Racing you will see that a lot of people will come back very soon after making the first purchase A. I've seen it on on several shops. That's half the bit of a peak on the next day and then again either in one week two weeks three weeks. Four weeks does another increase in repeat purchase at those pods of the the the frequency. Webuye accustomed comes back for a second purchase. Think IS OPERATIVES ABSOLUTE GOLD. Because that's the way based on your historical data looking into the future and seeing when you can target in get ready for an expert. Gotcha so I'M GONNA. I'm GONNA stop you right there for a minute because there's a couple of really good pieces of information there I that you're finding out all this information with the free version of Google analytics right so I'm going to. I'll find a video to link to for you to enable e-commerce data and The the you know you're right. I if I go into my woo calmer shop I can look at like sales and revenue and churn for memberships and stuff like that but the things that you're talking about are things I I haven't really paid attention to which is order frequency. When do they come back after they make that initial purchase and and like you said those are important because you can start to prime them to make the next purchase exactly readies to gloss crystal ball looking into the future you know exactly when a certain percentage of your customers comes back? Yeah which is Great. And I'm sure like there's probably a lot of marketing around that you know. There are some brands that email me every day with the same sale but there are some that will email me like two weeks after my make. I make my first purchase. Hey how did you like that purchase? You might also like this maybe in two weeks time. I'm ready to make another purchase because I love the first one so much exactly. And there's those emails especially by companies than transcendence they have big data sets a machine. Learning that will help to predict these sort of things but most people can't afford several thousand dollars per month in these suites off Marketing machines so you know the these couple little tips. I think Was Go for the small and medium-sized businesses. Now that the next one is Attribution fuse It's it's a quite near a little thing within Google analytics and you'll find it in your top bottom left corner. Nss Mid label attribution when you click on the first time it will ask you to activate it and then it takes you seventy two hours to activate now when you once it's activated and you start experimenting with it you'll see a whole new level of data and again it's the it's it's free to use you. Just have to activate it. So one of the things you can then see conversion paths. It will tell you how what was the first point of contact with your show. What was the second? Was it through email. Marketing was through a direct affiliate. And so on and another one is the conversion past links. It's a how many touch points accustomed needs on average before they foot in buying a product. Most I mean most most. Most people think it's the ball is the one time that gulag stay hit and purchase something. Because that's what Google says the that's has happened. You've had so many clicks if at so many purchases but actually at least thirty forty percent need more than touch points before they make the purchase. Because think about yourself. If you buy a pair of shoes while you go won't show up. You googled it again. You go to another shop compare prices. You might leave at Annette. Somebody's hitting you. Bank reserve abandoned called email. So it's all happening in your own behavior when when you go to different Medico online shopping so understanding your own customers in how they behave with your shop. It's another way of looking into the future. And targeting that looked at a show somebody actually I think is one percent but needed about fifty touch points before they made the purchase. O- how they will. They will come back eventually. You just have to be that. Keep reminding them because once they've made that I purchase customer potentially for life. Yeah and that's a really good point right. I mean again looking at my own experience. Yeah I assume I'm not so much anymore but I used to assume you know I I would just tweet online courses available check it out and I expect people to. Click on that tweet and then by the course. But that's not the case right. They need to. They need to understand the problem solving. They need to be ready to purchase. Maybe they're not ready to purchase again. Looking at one of my favorite brands untuckit They make fantastic down shirts for men of a certain build and and you know I saw their ad during a baseball game And I saw their store and then I checked out their site and I think it was the fourth time I was I was ready to buy a couple of shirts from them so I think that those little pieces of Information. You're giving us about customer. Behavior is so so important. Because it's not just if you build it. They will come. It's you have to prime them and convince them and then make them customer. You're then remind them about how much they like your stuff exactly. It's it's you building this. This live most drop or a nets around your customer with also different price points. But when you when you create a g think he just throwing money down? The pit specially glasses one of those things. He can just spend money money money on our never see any result but when a compare it with a I click interaction and lastly interaction. You'll see a huge difference because they may be have come through your A first time didn't make a non after a few entrenches they came back to your Now it's the direct customer with that. I mean those who believe website that type it in and make a purchase. You don't think that Damani THE PURCHASE. The conversion is just down to that lost. Click the direct traffic but actually it was the Google APPs that made up I sail in Google attribution view Is Really Amazing. You should really check it out because she can see all the different paths in how many conversions have come through. I mean I'm literally looking at all now for customer adults quickly run through so this is joining from start to finish on all run through really quickly so we have referral. Organic search referral to direct. Visits another organic direct referral direct organic direct email three more Derek. And then they made the purchase so we have organically have referral could be an affiliate. I have email marketing and Some each of those touch points do take a little bit of a show of fuel investment in acquiring the customer now. We talked a little bit about the sort of the different scenarios of glaring customer and everybody will have a value put against an acquisition whether it's a marketing budget Budget all even going to Speak at the conference. There's money allocated in promoting you business bringing people in so his scenario. And you have a one time. Customer value is one hundred dollars an investment investment to acquire. This customer is twenty percents of twenty dollars. Now if you build on repeat business on your average frequency which you find out in Bits of data that. I should've shed with you. How you can find out. And the frequency of focus is on average two and a half so that's average old evaluate one hundred.
"ronald her" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Was nicknamed the Iron Horse for his ability in commitment to the game. Sadly his record for suiting up for twenty one hundred thirty consecutive games came to an end. When as thirty six GEHRIG was stricken with a crippling disease that now bears his name on July fourth. One thousand nine hundred ninety nine. The Yankees held a ceremony to honor their teammate and friend they retired. Gehrig's number spoke of his greatness and presented him with various gifts plaques and trophies when Garrick finally addressed the crowd he did not use the opportunity to wallow in pity instead he spoke of the things he was grateful for and what a lucky guy. He was the speech fans for the past two weeks. You've been reading about a bad break got yet today. I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth. I have been ballparks for seventeen years have never received anything but kindness and encouragement from you. Fans look at these grand men. Which have you would have considered the highlight of his career to associate with them for even one day. Sure I'm lucky. Who wouldn't consider it an honor to have known Jake Rupert? Also the builder of baseball's Greatest Empire Ed Barrow to spend the next nine years without wonderful little fellow Miller Huggins then to spend the next nine years with that outstanding leader that smart student of psychology the best manager in baseball today. Joe McCarthy sure I'm lucky when the New York giants eighteen you would give your right arm to beat in vice versa. Send you a gift. That's something when everybody down to the groundskeepers and those boys in white coats remember you trophies. That's something when you have a wonderful mother in law who takes sides with you and squabbles. Against her own daughter. That's something when you have a father and mother who worked all their lives so that you can have an education and build your body. It's a blessing when you have a wife who has been a tower of strength and shown more courage than you dreamed existed. That's the finest I know so I closed and saying that I might have had a tough break but I have an awful lot to live for. Ma'am fire nation. A very powerful talk by Lou. Gehrig in fact three powerful talks. I hope you enjoyed. I wanted to end this episode with the Lou Garrick speech because my grandfather actually passed away from Lou Gehrig's disease so it was a very touching speech for me to read into here and to share with you. I hope you enjoyed these speeches. And I'll catch you on the flip side ready to make a bold move and finally find the perfect candidate for your new role. No matter your industry zip. Recruiter can help. And right now you can try ZIP recruiter for free just visit ZIP RECRUITER DOT com slash fire. Zip Recruiter the smartest way to hire fire nation. Are you ready to turn your passion into a profitable business than this free training in? Seven figure playbook and resources from my good friends. And Top marketing experts. Nick Unsworth and Brian Delaney is for you. It's called launch and scale now and you can get instant access today when you visit launch and scale now dot COM..
"ronald her" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"That third one is very meaningful to me and my family. I hope you enjoy these fire nation and we'll dive into them as soon as we get back from thinking our sponsor fire nation. Are you ready to turn your passion into a profitable business? Then this free training and seven figure playbook and resources from my good friends and top marketing experts. Nick Unsworth and Brian Delaney is for you. It's called launch and scale now and you can get instant access today when you visit launch and scale now dot COM ready to make a bold move and finally find the perfect candidate for your new role. No matter your industry zip recruiter can help in right now. You can try ZIP recruiter for free just visit ZIP RECRUITER DOT com slash fire. Zip Recruiter the smartest way to hire our. I fire nation. Let's dive into the first of three speeches today. This one's by Ronald Reagan address to nation on the Challenger. Ladies and gentlemen. I do plan to speak to you tonight to report on the state of the Union but the events of earlier today have led me to change those plans. Today is a day for morning and remembering Nancy and I are pain to the core by the tragedy of the shuttle Challenger we know we share this pain with all the people of our country. This is truly a national loss. Nineteen years ago almost to the day. We lost three astronauts in a terrible accident on the grounds. But we've never lost an astronaut and flight. We've never had a tragedy like this. And perhaps we forgotten the courage. It took for the crew of the shuttle but they the Challenger seven were aware of the dangers but overcame them and did their jobs brilliantly. We more seven heroes Michael Smith. Dick's Gobi Judith. Resnik Ronald McNair. Ellison owner Zucca Gregory Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe. We mourn their loss as a nation together for the families of the seven. We cannot bear as you do the full impact of this tragedy. But we feel the loss and we're thinking about you so very much your loved ones where daring and brave and they had that special grace that special spirit says. GimMe a challenge. In a media with joy they had a hunger to explore the universe and discover its truths they wished to serve in the dead. They served all of us. We've grown used to wonders in this century. It's hard to dazzle us but for twenty five years the United States space program has been doing just that we've grown used to the idea of space and perhaps we forget that we've only just begun. Were still pioneers. They the members of the Challenger crew were pioneers. And I want to say something to the school children of America who were watching the live coverage of the shuttle's takeoff. I know it is hard to understand but sometimes painful things like this happen. It's all part of the process of exploration and discovery. It's all part of taking a chance in expanding man's horizons. The future doesn't belong to the faint hearted it belongs to the brave the challenger crew was pulling us into the future and we'll continue to follow them. I've always had great faith and respect for our space program in what happened today does nothing to diminish it. We don't hide our space program. We don't keep secrets to cover things up we do it all upfront and public vast. The way freedom is and we wouldn't change it for a minute. We'll continue our questions space. That will be more shuttle flights and more shuttle crews in. Yes more volunteers. More civilians more teachers in space. Nothing ends here. Our hopes and our journeys continue. I want to add that. I wish I could talk to every man woman who works for NASA or who worked on this mission and tell them your dedication and professionalism has moved and impressed us for decades and we know of your anguish. We share it. There's a coincidence today on this day. Three hundred ninety years ago. The Great Explorer Sir Francis. Drake died aboard ship off the coast of Panama in his lifetime. The great frontiers were oceans in a historian later said he lived by the sea died on it and was buried in it. While today we can say of the Challenger crew their dedication was like drake's complete the crew of the space shuttle Challenger honored us by the manner in which they live their lives and we will never forget them nor the last time we saw them this morning as a prepared for the journey and waved goodbye and slipped the surly bonds of earth to touch the face of God. Thank you fire. Nation to more incredible speeches coming up when we get back from thinking our sponsor if you're ready to turn your passion into a profitable business but you're not quite sure where to start that I've got great news for you. My good friends and top marketing experts. 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That means you don't have to start from scratch or recreate the wheel when it comes to a solid start in your marketing strategy visit launch and scale now a DOT com today to Senate for their free training that's launch and scale now dot COM according to ziprecruiter research nearly three out of four employers. Say they're finding it difficult to fill open positions. So what do you do if this is you? It's time to make a bold move to give you a couple of examples. Sixty eight percent of employers have raised their wages in twenty three percent have increased their benefits. Maybe for your role is a different type of incentive. The bottom line is if you have a difficult role to fill no matter. Your Industry Ziprecruiter can help. And Right. Now you can try ZIP recruiter for free at ZIPRECRUITER DOT com slash fire. What makes ziprecruiter unique as they not only send your job to over one hundred of the top job sites they also use their powerful matching technology to scan thousands of resumes to find people with the right skills and experience for your job. Then actively advice into apply ziprecruiter is so effective that four out of five employers. Who Post on Ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day? And right now you can try ZIP recruiter for free. Just visit ZIP DOT com slash fire. That's ZIPRECRUITER DOT com slash fire ziprecruiter dot com slash fire ziprecruiter. The smartest way to hire our next speech is by chief. Joseph is known as surrender speech in eighteen. Seventy seven the military announced that the chief Joseph and his tribe of Nez Pierce had to move onto a reservation in Idaho or face. Retribution desiring to avoid violence chief. Joseph advocated for peace and cooperation. But fellow tribesmen dissented in killed four white men knowing swift. Backlash was coming. Joseph and his people began to make their way to Canada hoping to find amnesty there. The tribe traveled seventeen hundred miles fighting the pursuing. Us Army along the way in dire conditions and after a five day battle chief. Joseph surrendered to General Nelson a miles on October. Fifth Eighteen. Seventy seven and the bear paw mountains of Montana territory. A mere forty miles from the Canadian border. The chief knew he was the last of a dying breed in the moment of surrender was heartbreaking. Here's the speech. Tell General Howard. I know his heart what he told me. Before I have in my heart I am. Tired of fighting are chiefs are killed looking. Glass is dead. Who will shoot is dead. The old men are all dead. It is the young men who say yes or no. He who lead on the young man is dead. It is cold and we have no blankets. The little children are freezing to death. My people some of them have run away to the hills. We have no blankets no food. No one knows where they are. Perhaps freezing to death. I want to have time to look for my children to see how many of them I can find. Maybe I shall find them among the dead. Hear me my chiefs I am tired. My heart is sick and sad. From where the sun now stands. I will fight no more forever. Who Fire Nation? Our third and final speech today is by Lou Gehrig farewell to baseball address. It seemed as if the luminous career of Lou gehrig would go on forever the Yankees First Baseman and prodigious slugger.
"ronald her" Discussed on Ideas
"Changed one of the most obvious these things of course it's just the sheer number of us. We've gone from just over six billion to just under eight billion in those fifteen years which is it's like adding another. China forty more candidates to the world and what makes that worse from the point of view of keeping natural systems going is that the level of consumption per person has risen which is pretty much double the impact of that increase. We've also seen I think a very disturbing trend for governments to think in very short term cycles and to become come captured by powerful industries such as the oil industry or the weapons industry and to make bad short term sometimes mm. Stephen criminally aggressive decisions the Iraq war being one case basically to keep all these industries going on the people that work in them. Keep them. I'm employed and we already know that. We can't go on burning oil. We already know in a world with nearly eight billion people starting wars very bad idea and yet the quality of discourse and the quality of leader that we're getting in most countries seems to be unequalled for the tasks asks and the challenges ahead especially at the moment. One thing that has changed is that we know more. We know better how terribly I believe. The earth has been ravaged by are progress but I'm just wondering what what you think this particular progress trump has meant for people for example for their social the quality the neoliberal takeover issue like that is the return of a right wing small government philosophy hard capitalist philosophy that was promoted by Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan around the late seventies early eighties and which has been in the driver's seat in most places ever since at that time so for at least three decades for decades that has sort of meant the throwing away of all all the lessons of the first half of the twentieth century and those lessons were that you know you can't have large numbers of unemployed poor our people without crime and social unrest and also extreme political movements whether of right or left whether it's Bolshevism or whether it's awesome and you know Europe and the rest of the world learned that lesson through two world wars and after the second world the war they adopted some of the ideas of FDR's new deal and John Maynard Keynes the the great economists to influence the new deal and all the developed countries made welfare states most of them had free universal healthcare the US Really Been Yoni the exception to that most of them had social safety nets and also jobs was seen not just in terms of efficiency but in terms of the social oh good you know some of the work that was done worse. Perhaps designed to keep people employed but that was a good thing the idea of ruthless efficiency and the complete lack of caring for what happens when an industry becomes obsolete or becomes less efficient in purely economic terms doesn't don't take into account the the human cost so all of these lessons led to these this sort of what is now seen by some people as a golden age from the fifties through to the end of the seventies where there was real economic progress but there was also high levels of taxation and redistribution and central planning and of course the the growing power of international institutions and all of that was working and we have we have thrown it away away for a promise which really had nothing new in it. It was somehow we were sold the idea that if we went back to ruthless robber Raba Baron late Victorian capitalism that it would make everyone rich is not working. It hasn't worked in the costume on the earth and on the earth life systems that supports everything has been enormous. Let's go back to nineteen seventy s fifty years ago and we have good statistics and since one thousand nine hundred seventy the human population has doubled and the populations of wildlife have more than half in fact they've dwindle by sixty percent can't so that's a very short time for a change of that magnitude to take place the other things happened. as as I mentioned in connection connection with the change in economic and political thinking is enormous growth of inequality we now have a level of inequality not that's probably never been seen before. I think it's greater than between the Faroe and an Egyptian peasant or between Louis the fourteenth and a French peasants. You know we have a world now. In which about twenty six individuals own more than half the will they own more than the poorest three point eight billion. That's an extraordinary statistic novelists historian Essayist Ronald Right reflecting on the state of the world and his prescient. CBC Massey Lectures on progress this is ideas on CBC Radio One in Canada across North America on Sirius Xm in Australia.
"ronald her" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"All right coming up after Ronald her. She does his newscast at five thirty will do some show. Busy stuff some movie stuff. You got a I got a whole bunch of stuff to talk about. All right. We'll do that coming up and. Yeah. So that's on the way stay here. All right. So I get their smartphones or smart watches. There. You know, everything you could do everything on whatever it is smart refrigerators. We learned yesterday. Samsung's got a fridge out where you can. You can it's like it's like a dating app where you can look in. Someone's fridge to see if you're compatible with everybody. Coffeemaker. Yeah. Whatever the appliances, or whatever it is. It's a smart version of it so Google maybe developing smart, shoes, like smart sneaks like. Sneakers. That will one you when you're getting fat. So you walk around in your six if you tell you how much you weigh and how many steps you've taken and see that's the thing though. I wonder why they didn't come out with this. I got the the Fitbit. You got the apple was like, you would think that would make more sense to have him the sensors in your snakes to keep track of all the steps you take. But but the shoes are also look track of your BMI, you're all of that stuff. And when you gain weight, the it'll let you know, I don't know if it's voice activated. Sixty stopping. On the hot dog do a push up. You can do like different. Like the like what's that? This was the scene for Rachel. I just did it'll be could do like different voices. You love you're from Brooklyn. Stopping Kreider, but the pizza down. You know, maybe maybe they could sense what you're eating or whatever your calories, but yeah, there's there's smart snakes. Wow. I don't know if I necessarily want them in first thing in the morning, you get up you put on your shoes, you go to stand up. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Did you last night? Jesus. We're dying down. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, my God up suffocating Jesus. Golden corral last night. Picks stop eating, man. If you need shoes tell you when you're getting fat. I've got other issues for you, man. Well, here's the thing though. I mean, you know, if they believe me if they come out with it people will buy, oh, of course. You'll be the first in line. You know, and you'll get the little little speakers hanging out of your ears. Yeah. Talk to you. I guarantee you it'll be able to not only tell you through any sort of some sort of transmission, we can look at it. You know, whatever. But I'm sure it'll be voice activated. I'm sure we'll be able to then they'll be people have relationships with it. Are you did you ever problem to break up with you on my thought the Haagen-Dazs tonight? Just talk it out. Let's talk about what you tell you. What let's go dancing. I have no problem. Got the dancing shoes. As soon as that this comes out. I guarantee it'll be.
"ronald her" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Soviet union is going ronald reagan she we carter's very nice passive deeply devout man who's been with the same woman for seventy one years his hey man we don't wanna get along that works with israel but it doesn't work with palestine you see so the only thing they understand is a potential punch in the face like schoolyard bullies it's the only thing they understand the diplomacy is crate when it's you hey obama was try to work something out with justin trudeau great let's have have brunch we'll get all hammered out it doesn't work when obama wants to talk to hitler or chamberlain wants to talk to hitler because one person's insane yeah it's the same thing i have fucked up neighbors you can't just go come on we live next door to each other he wanna be you don't want the cop show up i don't wanna cop showing up you want apartment no i'm fucking nuts and do horrible things with that in mind now all we have is threats let's go get or action to action oh go go go go get the seventeenth fleet with the battleships and put them on the gulf of tonkin and just haven't parked there and fire some tomahawks i could just show force so i don't i don't like that it comes to this but it's the only language you speak is force and threats and when are and we also hold carrots out to the other if you respond to this then you will get look you want you want the silver you want the lead we'll give you the silver we'll give you the lead off you the fucking silver i and if you slap it up our hands and you're getting a lead in the form of a fucking slug between your eyes now we don't like to think that's the way the world works and we don't like to be the world's policeman on four i don't want to be the world's policeman either unfortunately there are people who need policing and the world's not doing it so you can go well why are you the world's policeman i don't know mexico go go ahead and please go go ahead africa go go police but they don't police so we police and then everyone tears us a new asshole for policing but it's like someone's got police because there's criminals out there.