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"ryan tate" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

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"ryan tate" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

"Oriented animal that i've ever seen. They mourn the death of other elephants. They remember each other two baby. Elephants could emit as newborns and then twenty five years down the road they meet again in the bush and they celebrate together they remember each other. It is sweetest thing. I've also had a vehicle smashed by elephant bull. Who is in. Musk and that was pretty scary. I have to show you the picture at some point. 'cause i was able to snap picture right in the elephants i before he smashed the vehicle in a really cool story and it's a quick one but about an elephant so photography is a big passion of mine. It's just a hobby. And i was out shooting in the bush. My wife came out so we were on a on foot just going around photographing in. I left one of my most expensive lenses in a lens bag in the bush by accident so i went back to look for it. I could not find it anywhere. And i just got this thing and i get a call. Two weeks ago ecologist. He takes a picture. It was back. When i got back to the states sends it to me he goes. Did you lose something. And i said no way. Where did you find this. And so he calls me a piece. I got the whole thing documented. You're never going to believe this. An elephant picked it up in placed it at junction which was where all the roads of the reserve came back. And you can see the footprints you can see the trunk and where he placed it and felt around it he put. I say he could have been a female elephant but the elephant put the lens where he knew a human would find it. And i still have that lens today. I will never ever sell it or get rid of it. I will never lose it again. That's for sure. But that's just how smart these elephants are if anybody tells me on. That's just that's crazy now. I'm telling you that's that is very elephant like it's it was wild Important beings within ecosystems you know all ecosystems need species otherwise it becomes unbalanced a lotta people say well when it comes to hunting. It's important people have to go over there and hunt everybody got involved the diesel the lion thing and all this other stuff and it it it contributes to conservation that they bring the dollars in for the communities blah blah blah blah blah. I could never shoot any animal. What is the truth. Behind that contentious issue before i even say anything. I'm not a hunter. I've never had been. I've been a hunter of man and i'll leave it at that. Let's that's all that i had interest in doing. I don't even have an interest in doing that anymore. But i'm on the same page with you i. I can't look through the sites of a rifle or even. Just think about doing squeezing that trigger in you know killing something that was defenseless however when it comes to south africa's specifically all parks even massive parks have fences around them in with different jus- station periods of animals. Different eating habits It's important to keep that balance. Because you have impala which reproduce at a rapid rate and elephants which take two years almost to reproduce and then you have rhinos that take eighteen months. And so you got a real imbalance here in. So if the floor of the reserve becomes unbalanced than the food doesn't get distributed equally and now you have a starving ecosystem so when it comes to hunting. I'll never never ever be okay with the hunting of an elephant or a rhino any endangered species. I do not understand why somebody would want to go and shoot a lion. I it just doesn't align with my values but if we don't allow hunters to come out and control the antelope population like impala. Then we're going to have a real problem if the government did in the subject matter experts scientists. Biologists ecologists say. Hey it's critical. That a certain amount of impala or coup in yala ilan whatever. It may be if we don't find a way to remove them then this ecosystem will collapse and that means all the other species like elephants and rhinos will go to and will we need to recognize is humans is that we are part of the ecosystem that we call planet earth and as the a scientifically speaking the most intelligent species on the planet. You know it really is our job to be stewart's of the earth in we are an important part of this planet in if we reckitt. We don't get it back. Extinction is forever. What can people do to help. Getting the word about that paul. Our mission out there is phenomenal. Or if you know you know somebody that might be interested in supporting us in some sort of way posting event for us you know. We get a lot of funding through private events. Third party fundraisers at people's homes or local restaurants. So that's helpful and then if you do have time to get to africa. We have our rhino experience program which were restarting. We put it on pause because of covid nineteen or restarting it in june. Where people can come out. It's no more than eight to ten people at a time and it is an exclusive up close. Look ten days in the shoes of paul team member. You spend time with our veterans sit around the campfire here cool stories. E- actually can go out in tag rhinos with us. We have a big research program. We actually known as the top rhino research program in south africa the government recognizes such and it's very affordable twenty five hundred dollars to three thousand dollars for the entire trip. Your foods included. We picked up at the airport. Great accommodations in your the safest person in africa. I can guarantee you that i saw. I'm feeling a little sheepish. Bringing this up. But i can't also not plug it so i'm gonna go ahead and say ryan we have a big event coming up at that pau and Can you share with the audience about that. Because there's a good chance of a lot of people may want to get involved on april twenty second. So that's actually this coming thursday seven pm eastern standard time. We're going to virtual event it's to raise funds for the mission but we're going to have some celebrity support in it We're gonna talk about what we do so even if you don't have money to give still tune in and check it out because we're gonna talk a lot about our mission out there and give you some more insight in video footage of of what the guys were doing. You meet some of our amazing team members. We can't do it without the veterans that we have on the ground there. Now we go to the closing the show i call it words of wisdom. This is the part of the show. Where i once again. Thank you ryan tape for all you're doing to make the world more righteous place and all the guys in bed pau shot to the bad s people making a difference at risk to their own personal safety day in and day out. You guys know who you are like. I say you have all my respect with that. Being said words of wisdom works. Like this. I turn my microphone off. Kick back in my chair and then i leave your microphone on for anything. We may have missed or anything else. You wanna say. Live a life with kindness. I always lead with kindness. Treat everyone with respect whether it be animals. Humans doesn't matter what it is. Live a life of respect in in kindness. It goes a long way. give back you know. A lot of us are inundated with tasks careers and family lives but giving back really does a lot for the soul. I know it has for me. And i wish more people in society would do some selfless things and give back whether it being your community going out and cleaning up a beach or going to food kitchens to feed the homeless anything in everything in life. There there's an opportunity to give back and that's so powerful with vet paul. It's not just the wildlife benefit. It's the veterans. You know i started this organization with one goal and it was to go kick some ass and save some animals but what i found. Was that the veterans need the animals as much as the animals need the veterans. It's healing. It's amazing to see these veterans finding new purpose in life. It's right up there with with the accomplishments that i'm most proud of seeing these veterans. Find that purpose.

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"ryan tate" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

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07:55 min | Last month

"ryan tate" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

"Women as she slips deeper into his sorted world. Lauren realizes that she may be psychologically. Little's last victim watch the new stars original docu series confronting a serial killer. Now only on stars i've talked about your work bedpost so many times so many people and i usually describe it as a win win win win because what you saw was an opportunity to create meaningful employment for veterans which was a big problem in society. Then go over to africa back to a really dangerous spot right. Dealing with poachers and people don't realize poachers are not some ragtag band of people who are just out to try to you know. Make a few bucks that to say that doesn't exist but they're financed largely by boko haram and other terrorist groups because there's so much profit so the win win win win rates a vet pau creates. These jobs saves the rhinos. Trains african rangers in the us military tactics allowing them to defend themselves being outgunned and outmanned by the poachers. And you know saving hopefully rhinos and other species for generations to come so it's a whole full circle of powerful goodness that you've created in a place that really badly needed it. So is it like you go over there to africa. And you're like we're here like i don't think they were just like oh great like how did that even work embassador toward sella who i spoke about was generous enough to connect me with kenyan government officials in tanzanian government officials in africa tanzania. So for those listening. That are familiar with africa. I know how you say it. But tillis america's tanzania both of them jumped at the opportunity in tanzania presented the perfect opportunity for success. The presidential administration president kick ready at the time and the minister for natural resources in tourism. Nylon do was ro had said. We want our rangers to fight like us marines. The men and women. We need them to be inspired. So i said well the first avenue come over and do is just observe. You know i'm not gonna come over here. Is this american freedom fighter. Follow the freedom type of bs you know. They have a lot of knowledge and skills. That i don't have. And so. I needed to learn from them about the challenges. They the skills that they have the skills they think they need and put everything together and then extrapolated to make a proper training session for the rangers. And so i went out. And i learned and ended up coming back with the team. And we helped tanzania form. It's very first wildlife crimes task force in with the help of of local leadership in local police. We hand selected the rangers to be on this team and it was a total of thirty in. We ended up training them in undercover operations to gather information and intelligence in after they would gather that we taught them how to exploit that in. Use it to basically break down these networks of criminals that are conducting the poaching in so the very first big operation that they did. The information they gathered was incredible. I myself and a couple of our team. Members also went undercover posing as tourists in posing as assistance for large wealthy individuals that were trying to buy ivory rhino horn or pangolin scales in so we also helped get that information been at some shady spots in that two unarmed imbedded. Very nerve wracking so the very first operation we get all this information and within thirty six hours We broke down a poaching network. That was responsible for over ten thousand unaccounted elephants and estimated that could be up to eighteen thousand a wide window but So we did that in the rua eco-system in that led to over one hundred arrests and helped to break down further other networks throughout east africa as a staggering number. Whether it's ten thousand or thousand. I mean one elephant lost is a tragedy in as you said earlier many cases. It's not just some poor guy that's trying to feed his family. Some cases yes and in those cases it's normally somebody that's been exploited by these criminal networks. What we found was is that. It's it's nasty people. There are a lot of people that say that it's been debunked that it's supporting terrorism. While i'm telling you right here right now. That's absolutely false. I've tracked al shabaab. Track boko haram myself. In many cases it is very very true. The level of support. They're getting off of poaching. Tell you that. But what i will say. Is that a rhino horn. Can go anywhere from three hundred thousand to one million dollars. Usd on the black market. I've also lost friends who were rangers to poachers or you know the networks that. Get out there if you're making a big difference in your impacting their bottom line. They will hunt you down and it won't be in the bush they can hunt you down in the city though. Threaten your family. I had a a middleman in a middleman. Man is the guy that coordinates with the poachers and with the kingpin to find the poachers to go out and do the job and then he organizes the security for the shooter so anyways i met this middleman. We caught him in a shop at the ranger station. The chief ranger says. Hey you should we need your help here. Interrogating this human. I said okay. Well what have you done so far. They're like what we've asked all the questions that we can. He doesn't wanna do anything else in there like maybe you should. You should use some force to get information. And i said no. No no no. That's not how this works. You're not gonna get any information from anybody torturing them you need to treat somebody with respect and you need to break it down and see somebody human-to-human in this case man to man and they civil can you show us and i said sure no problem and so i went in and i just talked to the guy and i said to him after we talked and i got to know him a little bit about his family where he's coming from. Why is here. I said i know what you're trying to do right here. Right now is to provide for your. Your daughter's boarding school put food on the table. You know give them a brighter future but in reality what you're doing is you're destroying their future. Because without the animals here there will be no eco-tourism there will be no tours. Nobody's gonna come to africa to stand there and stare at a field full of impala. they wanna see elephants. They wanna see rhinos. These animals are your heritage and it's it's dishonorable what you're doing in an africa and honor is a very big thing when i broke it down to them like that. You see this lightbulb moment. And so i said i'm gonna leave you with this and i'm gonna come back tomorrow. We're gonna talk again if you help me find the poachers in the area. Depending on the amount of information that you can give to us. Maybe we can get a reduced sentence. And i'll find you a job when you get out of jail. And so i said i'm gonna leave you. Don't give me an answer. I'll see in the morning. And i show back up in the morning. He said i will take you to the homes of every poacher in this area and he said the one thing you have to do is protect me from the rangers. A lot of the rangers have resentment because they've lost family members to poachers. They've been beaten up or tortured. Their homes have been set on fire. This is not good. And so i said no problem protect you. And what did he do. He took me in the middle of the night to three in the morning to every poachers home. We made arrests all night before the sun came up there is not a single one left.

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"ryan tate" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

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05:59 min | Last month

"ryan tate" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

"Biggest gut punch that i've ever experienced emotionally and it second to nine eleven. The first thing they showed was an elephant dead on a road. It's burned into my brain in. The trunk was totally separated from the body. There's no is no mouth. It's literally just brains in flash hanging and it shocked me. Normally the way. That i work is if i can't do something about it and i don't want to see it because it's just going to depress me and i'm just gonna not gonna keep thinking about it. And the next scene they showed was dead. Park rangers laid out in the grass and immediately my brain triggers to seeing my comrades in iraq laid out next to each other. And so now. I'm really starting to go down a hole in the very next scene. It was a video and it was a rhino that had had her face cut off for horn removed and the poachers. If they shoot it with a gun goes bang and then park rangers in the distance can hear it there alerted so they sedated. This animal didn't make a sound. She went down. They cut her face off. Probably within one hundred and twenty seconds and they took off without tranquilizer wore off in the people that found the rhino had a video camera and while they were waiting on veterinarians to get there they followed her and veterinarians couldn't get there in time once a rhino gets his face cut off. There's very few cases where the animal's been successfully saved but this animal died a terrible death. It's baby was lost out in the bush probably panicking freaking out. When i came back from iraq. I took all my emotions for more. Ptsd depression trauma. Everything possible and i shoved it into a jar superglued. Shut metaphorically speaking. And i wasn't planning on dealing with it again and that's not healthy but as doing the best that kid. This rhino totally unscrewed. That jar and everything came out it was like it just. It never felt anything like this before. I was crying. I was angry. I was just pissed off. I was embarrassed for humans. I was ashamed. You name the emotion the negative emotion. And i guarantee you. I was feeling it. And i knew i had to do something. I had a special skill. And i wanted to go and i immediately got on the phone with fellow veterans to see if they'd be interested in going out or if eighty and heard about this in to no surprise. All of my buddies are like. I'm down to go. let's let's go. let's go. i call my mother. She said you're not going to africa and she always says now. I knew you were going to go but to tell you know so. I started pitching it at the state department. The first person Was ambassador joseph tours. Sella who is the treasurer for the state of pennsylvania now and he was amazing about it. He said this is really interesting ryan. Let's look into it. He pulled some strings. Got some information and he said yeah. There's there's a real problem over there now. And so that led me to putting together this proposal for the government and i pitched it. I knew that the government wasn't going to pick it up. I kept pitching it. And it wasn't until i was in dc on took leave to go to president obama's open forum with his advisory board on wildlife trafficking in the topics were africa. And i was just gonna ask a question to see if they were gonna put any of the designated money from the president's administration towards training of rangers and so my name on the list again. I'm there as a private citizen in out of nowhere and assistant secretary of state walks up to me and she says are you gonna. Are you going to speak. And i said well i was. Just gonna ask a question. She said what were you gonna ask. And so i told her she said i don't think so. She said you need to leave this meeting right now or this is on a friday or you will not have a job on monday and i get to go and i walked out and i typed up my resignation papers and turn them in on monday. I don't believe that. I would have been able to stand by and just watch this happen. There's a director of life of pi. And i cannot remember his name right now but he was speaking at. Nyu's giving a lecture. This was all i started. That paul was trying to figure out what to do. And i used to go just to watch and learn and he said something that stuck with me for life and he said if you feel so passionate about something that it hurts in your stomach you need to do something about it where you were going to regret it the day that you die and that was the push i needed in that moment to turn those resignation papers. Take that leap from joe. Berlinger director of the ted bundy tapes comes the new stars original docu series confronting a serial killer or decades of murder injustice and indifference. This south by south west twenty twenty one official selection tells the story of the unprecedented relationship between acclaimed author and journalist jillian lauren. And the most prolific serial killer in american history. Sam little lauren. Uncovers little darkest secrets and as long enforcement solving a multitude of cold case murders targeting marginalized communities particularly women of color and must reconcile her own history of addiction and abuse with a present day mission to return the identities of previously nameless bodies and forgotten.

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"ryan tate" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

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08:42 min | Last month

"ryan tate" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

"In order to support our show. We need the help of some great advertisers. And we wanna make sure. Those advertisers are ones. You'll actually want to hear about but we learn a little more about you in order to make that possible. So go to pod survey dot com slash wrongful dash conviction take a quick anonymous survey. That will help us get to know you better that way. We can bring on advertisers. That you won't wanna skip. Once you've completed a quick serve. You can enter for a chance to win a one hundred dollars. Amazon gift card terms and conditions apply again. That's pod survey dot com slash a dash conviction pod survey dot com slash wrongful bash conviction. Thanks for your help. From joe berlinger. Director of the ted bundy tapes comes the new stars original docu series confronting a serial killer or decades of murder injustice and indifference. This south by south west twenty twenty. One officials election tells the story of the unprecedented relationship between acclaimed author journalist. Jillian lauren and the most prolific serial killer in american history. Sam little watch the new stars original docu series confronting a serial killer now only on stars. Welcome back to righteous convictions. Today we've got well. You've got a righteous motherfucker on hand today. And when i talk about that i'm smiling because i'm talking about my friend. Purcell here of ryan tate ryan is a decorated member of the us marines. He's a guy who has always been an animal lover and is doing as much as anyone. I can think of right now to promote animal conservation in a way that is as fascinating as it is inspiring so without further ado ryan tate. Welcome to righteous convictions. Hey thanks jason. I really appreciate the opportunity. So ryan is the founder of vet. Pa which is veterans and power to protect african wildlife. I'm very proud to be on. The board of that organization and their mission is to say protect and preserve rhinos elephants pangolins notably on the ground in south africa. But before we get into that amazing work. I want to go back to your origin story. You came from tampa. I wanna hear about your use and how you first became interested in this type of work. My mother always taught me from a young age to treat animals. Like you wanna be treated you know. My mother is She's all five foot one in a firecracker completely and i always envied her in a way that she stood up no matter the size of the person man woman she saw an injustice. She was going to say something about it. I mean i look back to a time that we we have this big gasparilla parade in tampa. But it's like mardi gras for a day and my mom saw guy abusing his girlfriend and this is a massive went right over there and broke it up. And i'm like. I just thought that was cool that fearlessness that courage to stand up for what was right and so i kind of inherited that from her. I guess is so. My grandfather had a ranch in northern florida. We had rescued horses in all kinds of different animals. In just always found. Animals is therapy Even before i knew therapy was in. I found peace in animals of all kinds in. I was in high school in my english class in two thousand one. I was fifteen years old. I hadn't seen any real trauma. I guess you could say. All of a sudden a teacher runs in the room and he says plane just hit the world trade center. You gotta put the tv on there. It is the world trade center. The first tower is on fire. I was totally oblivious to the fact that it could be terrorism and in that second plane hit it while we're watching it and that was my first real tasted trauma even not being there just watching it on a screen and i had known that i wanted to join the military. I needed some structure in my life. You know it was nine eleven though that that locked into the marine corps. Because i wanted to get on the front lines and so i went directly to the marine corps recruiting station the very next day after nine. Eleven in parents weren't super thrilled about it. But you know like you said. I grew up in tampa. So macdill air force bases there which is sent common so common in. So it's a very patriotic military town. So when i brought the recruiter my mother just about lost it but she knew that you know i was i was in and so they signed early enlistment papers for me because you needed your parents consent to sign them before the age of eighteen and i waited it out. I ended up graduating high school little early and went to paris island at eighteen and so it started there and i became the us marine. I called it my superman uniform. It was the first time in my life where i could look in the mirror in. Just be proud of who. I was in seeing the last name on one side of my uniform in. Us marines on the other. I still get chills. Wanna talk about it. Because it's it's the title that i'm most proud of in my life that in husband i got to see the best in the worst of humanity. It's really made me who i am today. You know. I lost friends been injured. you know i. I've done a lot of pretty crazy stuff. And it was all before the aged twenty one. you know. I think the wisdom that i got from war of course when i got back being able to massage that wisdom put it into place and make sense of it all. You took some time. But it was a struggle. When i came back to. Ptsd in. I had a couple of traumatic brain injuries as well and it was a real shock. You know ptsd is very very real thing and it's something that's always with you for the rest of your life and you have to really put in a commitment in the time to fix it or to adapt to it. That makes sense definitely makes sense. And i don't think our society takes it nearly as seriously as it should. So so you come back to the states like so many of our veterans suffering from ptsd understandably but still having to work in support yourself and so the next chapter of your story takes us. We'll take you should say to the state department when i got of the marine corps It was during the stock market crash. The housing crash went when a lot of people didn't have jobs in the veteran unemployment rate was over twenty percent. It was just an insane number. You know so. I found this job with the state department. I took it immediately and i. I worked on diplomatic security teams so they protect diplomats both foreign and domestic. I had been on hillary clinton's detail. Susan rice's detail was my primary detail. She was the acting. Us ambassador to the un at the time a cabinet member for president obama. She was a wonderful woman to work with nothing but amazing things to say about her but at the end of the day while i took pride in my job i knew deep down like i wanted to make an impact in the world again when i was in iraq i took pride in trying to improve the lives of the people that lived in the area of operation that my unit patrolled so the farmers if they needed irrigation system if they needed a generator if their livestock needed assistance. You know going out and really treating them as humans in trying to make a difference in their lives. That's how we got results. And i did it because it felt good to so i wanted to get back to that. I wanted to make a difference again in the world. If an opportunity came up to make a difference again. I was going to seize the moment In i'm a big anthony. Bourdain guy rest in peace to him. Read all his books. I was a huge fan. I grew up in a restaurant family. My dad had an italian restaurant growing up and so i worked in their two young age. I took pride in cooking. So that's how. I i learned to love anthony bourdain and so his very first show on. Cnn was parts unknown and it was on the israeli palestinian conflict which i've always been fascinated with inci watched great show and then afterwards they had a special on the tusk trust foundation what the royal family was doing with tusk trust on dacian to support conservation in africa and I was not prepared to see what i saw..

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"ryan tate" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

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01:54 min | 1 year ago

"ryan tate" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Like a restriction on me where we're I can't put a label and try to put this on the news. You and just one more one more quick question from your Laurent days. Who Do I have to contact to actually get some good Lenore Ryan Tate? Because I personally want to see you out there looking like a grown man playing against a bunch of middle schoolers because I can the only assume that's what it looks like. We had a on getting selected. He's the head of the department so he's GonNa have a airbases have awesome. Thank thank you kind of going off of that last question that I asked about having that chip on your shoulder. I'm sure that was a big big thing going into the senior bowl when when you kind of stepped onto the field with. I'm sure a lot of people you know the talk of that week for you was probably all of this guy's from division to like you know what what can he do it with all these big time and guys and I think that after the week after the game you're coming out of that week probably the in my opinion one of the best three or four players in mobile that week no matter what the position no matter where they're from thank you had one of the top five weeks out of anybody down in mobile. What was that experience like for you? Kind of going from Lenore Ryan a smaller mall or school to the big stage at the senior bowl and and seeing all the media seeing all the NFL teams seeing all the cameras. And just Kinda that that change of scenery for you is that kind of A. Was it tough to adjust to or are you the type of guy that kinda takes stuff in and You know doesn't have any issues with the hardest thing for me. Was the media that.

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"ryan tate" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

10:49 min | 2 years ago

"ryan tate" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To tell you the answer to this quiz question. What is the name of the first cat on the moon? What is the name of the first cats meaning feline, actual cat. The name of the first cat on the moon. The answer is fuzz Aldrin, that's fuzz with an F, fuzz Aldrin. And also I on Instagram posted a picture. A me with a snake around. My neck big scary snake weird place promised to tell you the backstory on that. And I will later now we go to the telephone and we have GM Burlington. Hello. Hello. My sweetie. So why little? Debates guy a lot of attention. Got me just Jenny at least. Yeah. I think several have called about it. But even Doug saying that you should eat grass fed and range, free or cage. I forget exactly the term. And he's going to be upset probably because he just said forget, but so I have a bunch of stuff. I want to say say it really quickly. Don't say it's slow. All right. Well, first of all Honey bunny, sweetie. I thought we had the kind of friendship where we could have a debate. You would still love me because I know I was critical of you. But it comes from a place of deep affection. I would never waste my time. Criticizing say a trophy hunter. They just never going to get it. And I don't respect them. So you I respect and love. So if I disagree with you. I thought that I could tell you. Yes. You can. Okay. But you did kind of you were mad at me. I was not mad. I just you know, I don't understand it. Okay. Now. Now, you said, oh, or maybe I should quickly say I do want to end on a happy note because I love Shaun from Boston game. And I have some names, and I want to tell you about a young person who said something about you. So, but I want to end on a happy note to let me just go through this other stuff. Jenny. Thank you for thinking of me. Jay from Brooklyn. I'm a big fan of yours to he said he was of but call me geo. He's a big fan of Geos. I think he met me. He did is. Yeah. And JoAnne from Waltham. I love you too. I would never be mad at you for disagreeing with me ever. But I think you misunderstood what? 'cause she said I give you a hard time. And I did. But she thought I was telling you to stop eating cheese and yogurt and cream, and I was not I was saying that this. Okay, we're going to get the, and then I just wanna say Chris from Weymouth to who's a, sweetie. She had a great suggestion. She said we'd interview pita. And of course, they probably want people to stop eating meat, but they be able to tell you in graphic detail about what's happening to animals every day better than I could. So I I think that's a great suggestion Chris. And then she called me Kia. I think he was referring to me. But okay. So about the water bottles. We've had this discussion about I don't know many times. And I told you Burlington water has a history of contamination by the surrounding industry, and it's not my fault that big business has polluted the water source here, and I'm not going to drink it. Now, I recycle every piece of plastic. Every piece of paper I use and I do not by single use. I buy the gallon bottles. And I think Boston water comes from the quad and out west. That's why out in western mass. That's why it tastes so good. And we may be hooking up to the club in Burlington. And if we do that, then I will start drinking tap water. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Have you thought about maybe getting one of those big? Poland spring dispensers. Yeah. Take the bottle back. Yeah. I probably should do that. That's good advice. Okay. Okay. So now, I do feel like you're misrepresenting me by saying that I want to wait for the laws to change that is completely wrong. I want to be the person who helps make laws change, and I want Bradley Jay, the cool, dude with all the charisma to get on board and help me. But you don't wanna do the thing until the law change. I'm not ever going to give up eating meat unless it's absolutely no other way, we can say I hardly ever. I hardly ever. You mean, I love lobster haven't had lobster in ten years because I can't stand the way. I don't count that same as a car. Maybe I see that's where I feel like you're a hypocrite. That's what I was trying to say to you. It's like you're going to pick and choose you gonna eat cheese and cream, and you're gonna eat octopus. Jeez. Agreem-? Well, okay. Here's the thing. What I was trying to say, JoAnn, honestly, I was not telling him to stop eating cheese and cream and yogurt and chicken, do you? Eat chicken wings. No, ma'am. Because of humanitarian reasons is because they make the they're bad for you. Okay. So chicken and ham and bacon and Turkey and cold cuts. Have not no ham. You don't do that. No. No, no cuts. No bacon. Oh, that's good stuff. Okay. All right. You guys can do what you want because you think they're cute because you just don't like the meat. I think they're high up in the food chain. They're really intelligence, and that's why and I think Turkey's are kind of further down turkeys and chickens. So I if I got to eat some meat I go with the turkeys, chickens. Okay. So you hear what he's saying Jenny and Jillian and everybody out the he's choosing who is intelligent and valuable. Level on the food chain. But that's I just don't I just think that's a flawed a flawed argument. But. If I shouldn't if going down the food chain, not good enough, and you you would not even allow me to eat aggressive opera. Well, that's what I feel like you either go all the way or you don't and you say baby steps, but okay? Let me just say Jenny. I admire vegans and vegetarians truly I do. I think you people awesome. Maybe I shouldn't say you people that doesn't sound right. But anybody who's committed to that kind of lifestyle is admirable and noble, but. Animals are still being treated very badly in usually abused. Every day even though vegans on eating meat, and that's why I keep saying the only way we stopped. This is by changing, and I've seen documentaries. I've seen it. It's it's really awful to watch no-one no-one disagrees that we have to change it. But begins don't want to wait until it's changed. But they're not. They're not chained is is is Johnny spending time trying to change laws. I bet ya. But. To do is do both trying to change the laws and do and actually practice or to preach right away. Okay. Well, okay. This I agree with that. But I don't feel like I might change my mind about this Sunday, but I don't feel like eating animal products. And using animal products is bad as long as the animals are treated humanely with gratitude and respect not entitling. Hey, you're just here for us. I think that they should be treated lovingly with respect. And that we need to train young people are teach them because most of the people working on these farms, a young and most of them are male, and I've seen graphic footage of the terrible things. They do to animals. I mean they stabbed. I've seen one where this stabbing the sheep in the face and cutting the head off and kicking it across the room. It's. Horrendous. So if we change laws these people will go to jail for doing stuff like that, we want to change the laws, but we want to behave in that manner right away. Okay. Yes. Saying that only you're saying I'm waiting for laws to be changed. And I'll stop eating meat. I've never said that. I've never said I'll stop eating meat, and again, I don't eat meat that my okay. Okay. All right. So I ended on a fun note Shaun from Boston. I love the game. And I have some names. I'll just say, oh and another thing I have a young friend. I haven't not young young. But he's younger than we are. And I said tell me I've been calling this radio station at night. Bradley Jay, oh, he's in his forties to me. That's young. So and and he goes, Bradley, Jay. I'm like, yeah. You know, just hearing on WBZ, I'm like. Oh, cool. So I just thought you would love that. I go. Yeah. Go badly, still cute. He's I I could kill a trophy haunt and sleep like a baby at night. I love what you say that. And of course, he loved that too. Quickly poacher. I said what did I say Jovi hunter? Yeah. That's right. You say you say, you say poachers. But you say that about trophy on just doing that about tovia hunter, you have not. I don't think so well trophy hunter and poacher very similar. Yeah. I know but. They have people as I got an article about women that have been strained snipe poachers. Yes. I know I've seen it. Oh, yeah. And I was telling my friend how about that PA because he cares about veterans and telling them about this great organization, which he absolutely loved and said, yeah, I learned about Bradley show number Ryan Tate, you interviewed him. Okay. So on a happy note, the names, I have it can I can tell you some names. I want to remind people what we're doing in case they just joined us. We play the game last night Sean in by game. And we're looking for songs with women's names title, wanted one women's name in the title for every letter in there. I think all mine have been taken the letters. But I still want to mention them the beach boys had three that. I love. Bob ran. Yep. Rhonda help me Rhonda and Wendy Roe, and then I did one. Yeah. And ACDC whole lotta Rosie. Although it might be whole lotta woman. But then in the whole lot. I robbed Angus did you like ACDC? Okay. Who is still out there? I always love them. And then Sheena is a punk rocker by the Ramones. Right. I love that song. So yes, I want to end on and happy. No. And by the way, I'm gonna not end on a happy. No. Because I just want to say when you say baby steps, I'm sorry. But I have a problem with that too. Because George Washington took baby steps. He loved his people that he owned go in his will. Okay. Big deal, George. Okay. I love you. All right. Thank you. All right. Bye. I wanted to ask it's too late. Now, if she had had a lot of coffee, or whatever the magic stuff that she had taken was because he gave her lots of energy and r g. She must. She's getting a lot done tonight cleaning the house writing in her book, which we are waiting with baited breath. I have a bunch of information about Boston water. I think I should probably get it to you. Could they be leading your tap water? Oh, let's find out after this on WBZ. What.

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"ryan tate" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"ryan tate" Discussed on KTOK

"It's about what matters. I want the government out of my life. It's about what's important pretty important for me to hear exactly what they have to say. It's about. I don't agree with the demonstrations, we important music. No matter what the signed lead side upside down sideways people are going to demonstrate join the conversation. It doesn't matter. What sign you from? What matters is what you say, the truthfulness behind in the NewsRadio one thousand JT. Okay. A request for more education dollars. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott indicate cocaine user, this is Oklahoma is first news coal this morning. But it'll be warmer later. Our forecast is coming up the Oklahoma Education Association is asking Oklahoma lawmakers for more than four hundred million dollars in additional education funding. Most of the money would be for bigger raises for teachers and support personnel. The announced its budget proposal yesterday just hours after a state panel certified a record eight point two billion dollars in revenue available for lawmakers to spend next year the senate's passed a stopgap spending Bill in Washington, it would keep the government open through February. But the measure does not include the five billion dollars, President Trump wants to build a border wall. The measure next goes to the house, and if it passes there conservatives like congressman Mark meadows of the house freedom caucus are calling on the president. Veto the Bill which would shut down the government. Mr president. We're going to back you up. If you veto this Bill will be there. But more importantly, the American people will be there. If the Bill does not survive more than eight hundred thousand federal workers will be furloughed or forced to work without pay. The Edmund police department has made arrests in connection with a shooting that left one man injured. Nineteen year old Corey hill is facing account of shooting with intent to kill police responded to a shots fired. Call early Wednesday in the area near metro lay and banner avenue and Edmund win. Police arrived they found one man with three gunshot wounds. The man was taken to the hospital where he underwent surgery a woman's facing charges following a prostitution sting in midwest city on Tuesday, a vice enforcement officer went to blue ocean spa Sasha and met forty eight year old by you Lau, the police say she agreed to provide sexual act in exchange for four dollars, though was arrested on complaints of offering to. Engage in an actor prostitution, a father and son. Accused of swindling clientele of their Mustang publishing. Business agree to a plea deal. State attorney general Mike hunters as Richard and Ryan Tate swindled more than twenty two hundred people out of their property and money, they paid.

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"ryan tate" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ryan tate" Discussed on KTOK

"Time, but we are blessed be together. Her husband Ali Hassan has dual citizenship and brought their son here for treatment for genetic brain disease. This is Fox News. Explosive confrontation at a pharmacy. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott the KT. Okay new center, and this is Oklahoma's first news sunshine today and fifties today as well. Our forecast is coming up one person is dead and two others are injured after an argument between a customer and a store clerk at a Tulsa, Walgreens led to his shooting. Police say the dispute erupted yesterday at the photo counter and both the customer and the clerk pull handguns and fired at each other. The clerk was not hurt but another employee and another customer were wounded, the state has reached a plea agreement with Richard and Ryan Tate who were the former executives have publishing and take music group in Mustang. Prosecutors maintain the Tate's swindled more than twenty two hundred people out of their property and money, they paid to have their music or books published or produced as part of the plea. They were charged with thirty eight felonies and six misdemeanors. The two men will spend the next two decades on probation in order to pay more than eight hundred. Twenty thousand dollars in restitution state attorney general Mike hunter says his office has set up a restitution account and is working on a system to begin paying victims back as soon as possible a former shawny police officer who was arrested earlier this year on allegations of child abuse says now facing another charge Darryl Bordeaux is now charged with domestic assault and battery by strangulation Bordeaux is accused of pushing his forearm against his wife's naked attempt to cause great bodily harm several law enforcement agencies and Oklahoma are teaming up this weekend with N DUI team to conduct high visibility patrols and checkpoints. Officials say this is part of the nationwide drive sober or get pulled over campaign to get impaired drivers off the roads checkpoints will be set up Friday night OH says in two thousand seventeen one hundred seventy one people were killed and alcohol related crashes in Oklahoma..

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"ryan tate" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"ryan tate" Discussed on KTOK

"This is Fox News. Oh, yea wants more money for education. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the news center. And this is Oklahoma's first news a cold start to our day, but it'll be relatively warm by the end of today. Our forecast is coming up the Oklahoma Education Association is asking Oklahoma lawmakers for more than four hundred million dollars in additional education funding. Most of the money would be for bigger raises for teachers and support personnel. The former executives of Tate publishing and Tate music group in Mustang, Richard and Ryan Tate cut a plea deal with prosecutors. They pleaded guilty. They are convicted felons. This is not a deferred sentence is a suspended sentence. So they're going to spend the rest of their lives. As convicted felon state, attorney general Mike hunters says the Tate's swindled more than twenty two hundred people out of their property and money, they pay to have their music or books published or produced as part of the plea. They were charged with thirty eight felonies and six misdemeanors. The two men will spend the next two decades on probation in order to pay more than eight hundred twenty thousand dollars in restitution to victims one person is dead two others injured after an argument between a customer at a store clerk at a Tulsa pharmacy led to a shooting. Police say the dispute erupted yesterday at the photo counter of a Walgreens and both the customer and the clerk full hand guns and fired at each other. The clerk was not hurt but another employee and another customer were wounded several law enforcement agencies in Oklahoma are teaming up this weekend with end DUI team to conduct high visibility patrols and checkpoints. Officials say this is part of the nationwide drive sober or get pulled over campaign to get impaired drivers off the roads checkpoints will be set up Friday night. From.

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"ryan tate" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ryan tate" Discussed on KTOK

"More money for education. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the news center. And this is Oklahoma is first news a cold start to our day. But it'll be relatively warm by the end of today. Our forecast is coming up the Oklahoma Education Association is asking Oklahoma lawmakers for more than four hundred million dollars in additional education funding. Most of the money would be for bigger raises for teachers and support personnel. The former executives of Tate publishing and Tate music group in Mustang, Richard and Ryan Tate cut a plea deal with prosecutors. They pleaded guilty. They are convicted felon felons. This is not a deferred sentences a suspended sense. So they're going to spend the rest of their lives as convicted felons. State. Attorney general Mike hunters says the Tate's swindled more than twenty two hundred people out of their property and money, they pay to have their music or books published or produced as part of the plea. They were char-. Charged with thirty eight felonies and six misdemeanors. The two men will spend the next two decades on probation in order to pay more than eight hundred twenty thousand dollars in restitution to victims one person is dead two others injured after an argument between a customer at a store clerk at a Tulsa pharmacy led to a shooting. Police say the dispute erupted yesterday at the photo counter of a Walgreens and both the customer and the clerk full hand guns and fired at each other. The clerk was not hurt but another employee and another customer were wounded several law enforcement agencies in Oklahoma are teaming up this weekend with end DUI team to conduct high visibility patrols and checkpoints. Officials say this is part of the nationwide drive sober or get pulled over campaign to get impaired drivers off the roads checkpoints will be set up Friday night..

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"ryan tate" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"ryan tate" Discussed on KTOK

"That's this week's top TV streams on iheartradio. Alexandria, Cossio Cortez is saying that Republican press is waiting with baited breath to screw up and publicize anything. She missed speaks about. Lee matthews. Newsradio one thousand Katie. Okay. Eight four hundred thousand star one thousand. I don't think they're waiting with baited breath because they don't have to every time. She opens her mouth, she says something Twitty, and no I don't mean Twitty as in on Twitter. I mean, she's a twit. She thinks she's so smart, and she's not. The other day. I saw a video of her talking. It was one of her speeches that she made when she was running for congress up in New York. And she says when I'm a congresswoman I will sign healthcare into law. I will sign equal rights into law. You don't sign anything. Honey. If I may sound condescending you make laws the president signs them. What else did she say had me scratching my head three chambers? Yeah. The three chambers. Three chambers of government. Oh, well, we went after Mary Fallon for saying something like that. On after Sarah Palin. We've gone after thirty bucks. Welcome to the club. I'm reminded of. I'm reminded of Dan Quayle. Yes. That's what I'm reminded of. You. Remember how he was hounded for misspelling potato. And this is supposed to be given up a pass. It's a terrible thing. To lose one's mind. It is. And I also saw her talking about how her favorite sea creature is an octopus with all those eight testicles. So you know, it's just too easy. It is just too easy. When you are begging to be misquoted begging for someone to take you out of context begging. It's too easy. Johnny Carson final week. There was one of the things he opened his last week monolog with this. And now we have thanks to Dan Quayle for these jokes for about to do. Exactly. A four zero one thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. And you know, this is the other thing I've noticed. The. And I don't agree with everything Trump says or does believe me believe me. It's huge. But most of the time he has to be taken out of context and edited to sound stupid. Most of the time he does when you hear him saying something stupid. He's being taken out of context. Okay. None of this casual Cortez is being taken out of context. It is just being this is what she said. Eight four hundred thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. She was wondering the other day. Why it's so Wendy every time you roll down the windows on a car. You know, I mean, okay, I made that up, but it's consistent with something. She'd have said. Partially because she's probably never been in a car when it goes over forty miles an hour because she's from New York City where they don't have cars because you have to walk and take a train everywhere and partially because I think she really is that ditsy. And she's being held up as this monument of all this is the new democrat. This is the new generation, really. She's got a degree in economics from where? They made fun of George Bush because they thought he was a boob and stupid. They make fun of Trump because they think he's stupid and a boob at nobody's touching this chick. Why? And you don't even have to make fun of her just quote what she said. April one thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Back closer to home. It has been more than a year. The since the founder of the local publishing company, they were calling it a vanity publisher. And it was called Tate publishing. I don't know. If you remember this it was based over in Moscow, Mustang, Ryan Tate, and Richard Tate were charged in connection with fraudulent business practices. Here's what they allegedly engaged in wild. They were operating tape publishing. Now, they were a vanity publisher. They would publish your book you'd go to them and say, I got a book, I want to publish it. And they'd say, okay, we'll publish it. We will co publish it. We'll provide the printing will provide the editing, and we'll provide the publicity you pay us this many thousand dollars, all and people would do it. I know because I used to get their press releases all the time, the local author, oh, blah, blah, blah, blah. And then I'd call the local author and tried to do an interview, and I'll wait a minute. This is just some guy who. Wanted to write a book. Anyway. Now, they're saying that in the course of this case, many stories and pieces of music were acquired by Tate publishing, and we're not giving back to the authors when they were indicted that may change give you the rest of the details next.

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"ryan tate" Discussed on DataFramed

DataFramed

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"ryan tate" Discussed on DataFramed

"We'll jump right back into how interview with Ryan Tate. After a short segment. And now we've got another installment of statistical distributions and their stories with Justin voice from Caltech, Justin, have you got some stories for us today. I have a tantalizing story today. It's the story of the binomial distribution, as I mentioned last time when you can match your experiment to a story of a distribution, you know how your outcomes should be distributed. So knowing these stories is really impounding. Before I tell the story, though, I want to mention that this idea of matching distribution to a story is not my own. It has appeared in many books on probability and statistics. My favorite though is the book by blitstein in Hong and the stat, one ten course at Harvard associated to it. I put a link to that in a segment notes, yes, that causes famous videos of every lecture are online. Now, please tell us a probability story. Okay. If you remember the last time we talked, we discussed the Benelli distribution. The story of that distribution is as follows. The outcome of burly trial is Bonelli distributed. Recall that a Brunelli trial is an experiment whose outcome can be encoded as zero or one. And the lingo. We say that getting one is success in getting zero is a failure and the canonical example being a coin flip a possibly biased coin, flip, right? Yes. Now, let's extend that to another story. Say I flip a fair coin twenty times and I count the number of heads. I get the number of heads is by normally distributed more. Generally if I perform end Brunelli trials each with probability p of success, the number are of successes is by no Milli distributed. So the Bono meal distribution has two parameters, then yes, the probability of success p. just like the Brunelli distribution had and the number of trials n so some people get a bit confused and think that the number of successes or heads is also a parameter, right? Yeah, that's a common misunderstanding that I've. With my students, the number of successes is something that is observed. It is not a parameter, but a random variable, a quantity that can very meaningfully from experiment to experiment. How big or small are is depends on the parameters and in p, okay. So we have the story. What might be binomial distributed them? A classic example is a box of light bulbs. Say, I buy a box containing n lightbulbs produced by factory known to produce defective bulbs with probability p the number of defective light bulbs in my box is by normally distributed. You know, I love biology. So here's another example. See, I have end cells and each is going to divide to divide. It must copy its DNA. So there are NS -tunities to get a mutation. The number of daughter cells in the next generation that have a given mutation is by normally distributed. That mutation example does not seem as office as the light bulb one. Can you expand on that a bit. Think of each DNA replication as a newly trial, the success is acquiring a mutation, and failure is not acquiring the mutation. The probability of getting a mutation is p. and there are n total replication in there for n. for newly trials. This is the skill mapping, your problem to a story. Great. So you know, it's by no means distributed. What can you do with that? Once you know the distribution, you can start to compute expectations about outcomes. You know, the probability mass function the mean the variants, etc. Your power to do statistical modeling. Now, there's one more thing I want to point out. The newly distribution is a special case of the binomial distribution, and

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"ryan tate" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"ryan tate" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

"No contact a players come down michael owen did it for england now retrospectively you get into the dressing room would a manager at that point say what you did was wrong or if the manager doesn't say anything about it he's implicitly giving you the freedom to do it next time it's kind of a dynamic of cheating it's completely different notre to do why why was it completely full floor concert yeah yeah oh yeah you fall in the fall you get no concert yeah i've seen them do the pathetic and everyone runs over congratulates in for four don't form wind up penalty and then he takes you cheated you run fervent is you wouldn't again what's the difference there because when we talked about this before try to say that if it is a premeditated aggressively he's got this look on his face y'all aggressive it's to you it's completely well say i'll tell you why so why that is a team meeting so in a team see me diet well see me football close okay robbie savage knows wells i do matthew football is instinctive and if you're running to your guy he's it's it's not be when you don't miss a second if you're ruin into the box of speed matthew and the keep a charge you know and then you'll urine ticipant in contact and you you'd think right he's going to he's going to touch me i'm going to avoid the challenge and then collapsed my legs dies a pretty that is not like two two hours before saying ryan tate we do every time you get into the box dive so.

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"ryan tate" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"ryan tate" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Yeah yes should have defended me what private your so hung up on me saying that i loved men and mental wonderful that you didn't hear my whole thing because then after what you said to me whether wonderful how common blah blah blah and and then you're mad at me because i wouldn't reveal anything and i was not man you by the way are men wonderful well they don't seem one quoting a key plank in it's going to get me off point again because i ever want to talk about is how much i love you advised and how much i love that you guys man now you new boy i know what i really don't wanna talk about that because it's not that important to me but i will say that i have wonderful met in my life and i stay away from the ones are not wonderful i get away from them do pretty creepy from what i'm seeing recently yes but away and i'm not i listen i don't have the answers for everyone and i'm not blaming anyone i'm just saying in my life i just tried to get away from them i tried to just have the good ones around me but i guess we don't always have control i just not now this is the thing i wanna thank you first of all thank you moldan thank you so much for defending me and melinda i love you melinda called and said i was a sister and you and melinda and mock i want to send you guys advance copies of my book so you can read them and tell me what you like about her so then yeah they wanna tell you i want to thank you because the best christmas gift well i mean 'cause i the holidays are really really sad for me and i'm really really sad and a crying and everything the other day and i hope i had to go cia i said i'm going to go out awhile check me email and when i did i got something from that talk to them on their on email list and i think it's ryan tate i'm not sure what one of the is seeing the rhino on the snow it is the best it made my day you see this handsome masculine guy kissing a rhino because that you know because of you i know.

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"ryan tate" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"ryan tate" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"You know selling these ads based on on dollars why don't we figure out how many people actually clicking on them and adjust our formula and show the ads that are actually gonna make us the most money and it was a very very simple tweet to google system that ended up making them tens of millions in an ultimately probably hundreds of millions of dollars know they ended up giving that guy some kind of internal i think they call them founders grants they gave him a nice you know bonus for it but it wasn't a complicated change that he proposed it was a very simple side project you pursued he always found some engineers to help him out was a very simple tweet to a pretty exist boring existing advertising smith google but it worked well and you know it is a good argument to be made of their play people in your organization who know sort of where those tweets are who who if you give them a little bit of latitude could maybe create something to to to make some of those tweets i find these ideas interesting because they're fun to talk about in a lot of managers like to imagine themselves delving into these very creative ways of managing their employees but when it comes actually down to doing it as i think a lotta managers are reluctant for fear that they think it's just a a huge waste of time but you given a you've given us all some some reason to rethink that idea and and to maybe give this try ryan tate is my guest he is author of the book the twenty percent doctrine how tinkering goofing off and breaking the rules dr success in business there's a link to his book on the show notes page for this episode the podcast at our website something you should know dot net.

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"ryan tate" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"ryan tate" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"You know used by employees for other things that's already kind of unproductive time maybe come up with some some kind of profitable product for the company then you know you can actually captures some value found was like that in a world where you know business has gotten increasingly competitive and costs are getting cut this is actually seen by some companies as a way to be more efficient and more competitive and maybe a little bit of insurance against some other competitor creating some innovative product that leaves you in the dust you know it seems to be sort of a way to stay ahead of a trends particularly in fast changing industries like publishing or media or software but but you know increasingly even in education and even in the hospitality restaurants hotels you know companies seem to feel threatened by more technologically advanced competitors up they don't have a lot of money to spend search trying to come up with their own in house solutions these problems and sometimes it got these very young dynamic smart employees who understand these technologies very well and because software doesn't cost a lot to develop you know they're able to to offer them the opportunity to to create something on their own and sometimes it works speaking with ryan tate he is a senior writer at wired magazine and author of the book the twenty percent doctrine how tinkering goofing off and breaking the rules dr success.

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"ryan tate" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"ryan tate" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"John schuler and the headline of that story was the spy revolt against trump be cans that's so that's a scary thought isn't it despise revolting yeah and it only takes one or two to create damage doesn't have to be like a whole department and chandlers report he wrote out of worries about the white house his ability to keep secrets some of our spy agencies have begun withholding intelligence from the oval office why risk your most sensitive information if the president make north anyway a senior national security agency official explained that anna say voice systematically holding back some of the good stuff from the white house in an an impressive dented move you know for decades and this is prepared special reports for the president's eyes only containing enormous lay sensitive intelligence in the last three weeks the and i say has ceased doing this fearing trump in a stuff cannot keep their best say didn't see to say didn't secrets as like yeah ryan tate sick really it is anybody else find it kind of ironic that yeah they're a they're saying that we can trust the president to back to keep a secret as anybody you know surprise but efforts of off whoever it is it's doing this you're not elected to keep the secrets you're hired by the guy that was elected it is his it is his job basically to give are not together so how do you think you are in no uncertain terms also according to to the article for intelligence veterans should hope to mr trump's feud with the agencies might have subsided the comments yesterday the one three talked about licking in the time press conference with baby not now i have renew their concerns this is not about who won the election.

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