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Should I ask my dad to invest in my business?
"Survey S Should I get my dad to invest in my business or should I ask him to invest my business? I say, I like to point out that it's good that you actually say invest. An investment means he's going to get a percentage of the company in return for the twenty thousand dollars you're looking for. And this is not a loan. This is not like loan me twenty grand and I'll pay you back. Your father will be a part of the company, Meaning Hill own part of it. It may not be a controlling stake, but he will own a good portion of it. especially the fact that you haven't started your company really doesn't have much value because. You don't have anything to show yet because you haven't sold the APP, you have made money from customers been made. Any revenue has showed any kind of traction to say, Hey, this company is worth X. amount of dollars right now is just the hopes that the just purely on the concept and the idea that you actually give him a return on investment. So the first thing I want to say that if you're going to approach her dad for investment, you have to seem as an investor and not your dad, which means you getting to present him the business just like you see presenting on shark tank right and what does the first thing they ask on shark tank all The sharks to ask the same question. Every time somebody does a presentation to go through the whole presentation things like that. The first question they ask is how many units have you sold? How many sales have you made a money Jimmy revenue they want to know do people actually want while you're selling the market value this product because the investor that's all they really care about this. This thing have legs have the potential to grow. Their opinion really doesn't matter. It's the market's opinion that matters. So you're not in that position right now where you can actually give numbers and proved that people want what you have, and that means you need to give up more equity to get the money. So think about the value of your company right now it doesn't really have much value because you're not selling anything you know have nothing in your hands it you don't have anything created, but what will it be in the future If it somewhat successful, it's really hard for you to tell because you don't have any data. But even if you say in two years, the company is going to be worth one, hundred, thousand dollars. In order for an investor to want to make money, they're to want to at least double their money. Okay. That means they won't forty thousand dollars in return for their investment of twenty thousand dollars. That means they're going to at least forty percent of the company. If you're uncomfortable with all of this, then my advice us a try to bootstrap your business much as possible you some of your savings grow as you can think of the minimal viable version of your APPs. You can get idea validation for a skin product market fit get some customers. Make some revenue see this has legs first before you actually try to raise capital because it's a lot easier to raise the money. When you have a working product when you have sales when you have customers, we can say, hey, people like this you know and it's making money and here my projections. But right now you don't have any of that data. So. If you're willing to part with, you know a big percentage of your company. Then go ahead and get an investment from your father and doesn't matter if your father anybody else that is an option if you're willing to part ways with that large chunk of percentage whatever that is if you still feel like you, WanNa bootstrap you WANNA raise some. Money try to see if you really need twenty grand how much is the bare minimum you need to star this thing to have it off the ground maybe it's not twenty maybe it's ten years, five thousand dollars and five thousand dollars can be earned right. You can actually hold off on launching this product and save five grand after a few months. Of living a little frugally. If you absolutely have to take alone five thousand dollars is a whole lot better than twenty in terms of what you're gonNA pay an interest. But if you do want approach your father and you feel like you'd like to have a part of the business. There's nothing wrong with mixing family with business as long as it's clear expectations are what everybody's getting in the deal. You don't want any sour grapes later on, you want people to feel like that. They got what they asked for what they they knew they were getting into. This is why it's important for you to be open and honest with your dad if you're going to approach him and as well as pitched to him as if he was an investor, you have to convince him that your product. Your APP actually has the potential with any data you can gather even if it surveys even if it's a market research, even if it's just simple as. Hey My APP is in this market and the potential in this market is X. amount of dollars of revenue year is how big the pie is, how much money that can be made who are the big players in that market who your competitors and how you going to compete with them. These are some things that you can really explore and display and present to anybody who's interested in investing, including your father and all this time wasted you're actually investing. Some, really good time and learning a whole lot about the market. You're about to enter
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"Of some sort and you don't really and they they end up becoming, you know they ended up becoming friends letitia and the races. Coast to Hong. He ends up helping the family in order to get revenge on the other wizards in the show day turn that guy into basically herber West reanimator from the reanimator films so some so they're trying to add in more stuff and they certainly add more stuff in. The book but I really I am. Important finally, read the book I was shot that has nothing to do with lovecraft and doesn't try to be lovecraft crafty doesn't even really try to be scariest. Like a light adventure show with like you know these scooby doo type episodes where they go to the haunted houses, the races, there's a haunted doll that's racist they that little kid has the fight off like all of this kind will warn shit but with some racism thrown in I think I think I've cracked the case on why you're better on the show than we are because I think you've read the book. So for you your contrasting to show more of. The book and you're looking at the ways where the show has Heidi improved on the book whereas I think for the rest of us this show is our introduction to the book and the show we're not able to separate it so so for us because a lot of things that you're saying they about this show, you're seeing come from the book. So so it's like to me I still think this is pretty bad but I noticed with you you're able to. Blame, the bad stuff on the book. Then I I salute the show for inserting more on trying graph the young player we're more effort in making things a little bit more interesting and exciting than the book because they've really like the book so far the show has basically followed the layout of the book, but everything in between is like fundamentally changed and different and improved like for example, when when things that? Really stood out to me as like being completely kind of white liberals ignorance in the book is that when Letitia gets her money, the first thing she does is become a landlord and we're in the book were supposed to be excited about this and like Oh, she's like the first black landlord in this neighborhood and we're supposed to root for her to you know stay in this neighborhood and become a landlord and get money off of that in the show they ex-. Explicit language. Oh she's just starting a boarding house for people who need it because they can't afford to live in other places. They really change it up to try and make her look like a person not just a scumbag landlord but the landlord thing is kinda funny in that context because somebody could say was hard for black people to find a place I think it's Kinda hard to the book doesn't make all the book just does not mention that that all they just like glosses over is just like like the problem is like. Her getting in there's not that other people needed these homes. It's like, Oh, I, am a woman I have money I I. I have a right to buy property and rent it out like anyone else. That's the main thing that the racism stops of the people in the book from doing is rarely a life or death threat is usually a threat to them being able to promote their do their jobs or get further access to capital like the yeah. Yeah. Like they're like their main issues are like Br the book. Being a being stopped by the police when they're trying to do the guidebook. So when they get this magic spell, this ultra these powers would they be ultimately use it to do is to make it. So they they don't get pulled over while they're working. You know like is not as really like a kind of low low concept thing like if black people actually got love crafty empowers, we would do so much cooler shit didn't like like just not getting pulled over but the book doesn't really have any kind of embiid. The show I don't really think has you know really high ambitions but to try and a little bit more than the book to be a little bit more interesting, more creative. With. How the you know the story plays out I think another interesting thing that's in in the show that touches on on lovecraft work is like I said like the early episodes and I think going forward is like the much of the plot hinges on the fact that atticus is distantly related to this family of just sort of like blond hair blue eyed old new England wizards and like the the sons of Adam this sort of this, this cultish order of power money and magic. Sons of Adam. Yeah. The that he is distantly related to this occultist sack of like the this rich New England family and in in love crafts book in his stories like the end. The ending of many of the stories is the revelation of the protagonist finding out that they are related to in their family tree are touched by some sort of like other worldly horror or this almost other like. This other order of of being in of men and like I if lovecraft the author writing the show I mean obviously the protagonist would be white and if it wanted to deal with race than the horrific thing would be them finding out that like you know distant in their family tree that they are connected to like a black family or through intermarriage Uri Inter. Through nation or you know through intercourse or whatever whereas initially, like the horror is finding out that you related to this, you know this family of insane rich white people. In the show was never takes time, and this is a problem I think of writing for twitter and for social media, adult critics, even the critics that they're writing for our critics who right for twitter. So today even for critics ends of ready being writing for twitter I'm talking about the type of critics I think that Wasserman is like incredible right is that nothing gets unpacked everything. Is just about. This is the threat of the day but you know in in film form. So I that could have been an interesting idea but the wizards is get wiped off the playing board boom and then they moved to actor goes and then the which is Kinda come back again but it's kind of almost like a soft reset like, Oh okay. We're kind of getting back to the original. Plot but these leaves so much on the table over and over 'cause it just trying to touch on X. Y. and Z, and I think there's still a lot of stuff that I think we should agree and can get blamed for because even though I haven't read the book and I, know what she added in what she didn't there's a lot of things in there that I think are so. Clearly inserted there by a blue check black person you know that I just feel like there's a lot of white liberals sensibilities, but there's also a lot of black liberals sensibilities, and one of them is the whole little things in there that I think are just so modern twitter social justice like for example, the whole thing where she's saying the names of the ghosts to fight off the racists. Yeah. Remember watching that and that's such. A Oh, you're censoring the goes you're saying their names in the that's very much how these modern blue check writers and activists correcting injustice works. It's not about material conditions or anything about making sure the right people get censored and their names are are said there's a heavy-handed kind of things like that. Like images there are like the ancestors are about what are some other examples? Can other examples that just seem way too much on the respectibility politics. Immaterial thing. Yeah, that's a good one. But but it's like you guys you guys were saying like it's turned into this twitter white liberal kind of thing where they don't want to give you the the nuances of how racism white supremacy works. It's the extreme. They're just here to kill everybody the white people raises and they're hidden kill everybody. It's not about the nuances like Leslie that. Was Talk Standard a will where they were talking about how they're trying to keep you from jobs. They're trying to keep it from in home. That's that's the racism that people have dealt with since forever since reconstruction is your ability to be able to live as they say, pull yourself up by your bootstraps, your your your ability to be able to do those things have been taken. From you now are there blue black people being murdered and assassinated by racists, Rice premises, Ku Klux Klan -absolutely are the convict Leeson camps. Absolutely but that's not all it is. But when you look at twitter and you look at the way a Lotta, these new age people are thinking I wanna say s J Wsba the way these people look at politics and the way they look. At racial politics, there is no grey area with these people. Is it a wider black and it's like dude you're not gonNA learn anything just seeing what it does is something the meantime Mario was talking about what it does is it makes racism seen fake like when you turn these turn these people into monsters don't them into monsters that's not real seat you know what? I'm saying. The Cup got bit by the COP got bit by the alien or the monster when they were inside the cabin, he turns into a monster they no, no, no, no. No. Because you're now you're making racism seemed like comic book stuff no this is real. That's that's where like there. There's a problem just this idea of like trying to do like these genre shows also reference like specific incidents says races of if it were more a general thing where you just had a racist. Secret Colt right and they weren't trying to make reference. References, it would probably work a little bit better. You know if if it weren't trying to reference like you know, Emmett till sundown house and all the. Episodes in and or I didn't see going Oh. Yeah and there was another one like there was a like a riot where like people moved in and he burn burn the down Tulsa with is referenced in in the book I like they're they just put in all these real life references instead of saying, okay why we just make the villains racist maybe or like login viral urges take place in the real world where racism and segregation exists as it did in the real world instead of like the greatest hits of Jim Crow like in every show. Yeah absolutely. I'm glad you said like the greatest hits of Jim Crow. That's exactly what s show is you got Emmett till you got a racist people chasing them out of town shooting at him. You got all Jackie Robinson like, okay. This is like a WHO's who of ninth grade history that's what this is a WHO's who of ninth grade history and if you, I'm sure all. Of. US. Are Out of school. If you remember history in high school, this is pretty much what they talk and see here here's the thing. The third episode was the weakest episode that could have been the best they had potential there like the like. So the the main villain is the ghost of basically what is reanimated right mad scientists and the lovecraft country universe he instead of. Just on Ryan people he only experiment on Black People Ray obviously a reference to like tuskegee experiments right but like before but they they don't the word to ski of the pop of it. So like you had that direct reference there in and cinch in central to the plot of this episode and you don't go there but you have so many other references like the Emmett till reference had nothing to do with the event of the show is just there you take that out and just focus on like say Oh, and just Have, a scene where like they talk about to Gigi and then that ties directly into the main villain of the actual episode like that works so much better than just dropping in these references kind of random like actually ty if you're going to make that reference, make one and Thai in a way that you know interesting get a or a wealth out his we've through the show you could say something about Oh. Yes. Yes. You know the Racist Ghost Dr Reanimator Got Oh. Yeah. He has a wing named after him at the fucking. At the university or some shit like that. You know you could. You could make these references, but you can't just like just one after the other after the other you still have to tie into the actual show. Yeah. That's something that I thought that they dropped the ball. There's so many. In that show where they could have made this thing great and you know I guess well I guess that's why the things that we grew up on are the things that I remember seeing like you know in the mountains of madness or all the horror movies I grew up. Razor help. Hillary good lovecraft in I was just about to say Hell Razor and I guess that's probably why you know we have these people that are writers. But when you start paying so much attention to social media, there's a on the park has a lot of people got mad at me because I said, a lot of people don't a lot of younger people don't create anything anymore. You know especially when it comes to hip hop culture and things like that. Well, when I see stuff like this, I'm right. But. This is not very creative. It has nothing to do love crab. I'm not familiar with lovecraft writing but I know who years and nobody's about and I know other shows like movies like the thing yeah. You don't mean movies like that our love crafty and Muya are this is nothing channels zero who's actually derives Show if you haven't seen channels zero I highly recommend. This is a really great horror series did for seasons one, there is actually a black Guy Socialists too early Bernie Sanders supported I wanna put words in his mouth. He follows me and like that show is like really strong really creepy really gets the sense of like existential dread is a true blue horror show I. Really do think you know Jordan pill emiss- agreeing are trying to do that I do enjoy the show, but it's not certainly not the best show I've seen but. Anyway I recommend it, but it's like it's not the best thing. Best Horror show seen you know is is just like a pretty decent horror show that could be better and I think if it kept going on, maybe it will get better like I. I. Hope I would like to see maybe get a second season where they can reevaluate some. Yes. So that's pretty much where failed once and for all and we couldn't salvage it. We couldn't get it to work. So we gave up and we reconvened on another day to just re shoot the whole episode and I. Think it actually came out even better. So go to Patriotdepot dot com slash champagne sharks to become a member and subscriber. If you're not already and get access to that episode, the Redone version of the lovecraft country episode with Myself Can Leslie the third and we'll miniature I think asa came out better the second time around and I wanna hear what you guys think. All right..
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"About the lovecraft side and now I remember. And I was like, Oh, we will and lesson. No, but lovecraft well, you break the new. Outbreak. Some okay yeah. Go for it. So yeah. So all right. So first of all book, absolutely positively nothing to do love I cannot express this term strong enough the only reference to lovecraft in the book whether we're Talking D. Or even the. Ideas. lovecraft cosmic horror is basically the fact that the main character had read lovecraft and his father shamed him because lovecraft was racist for read them. That's it. That's it. There's no other connection to now the show attempts to bring in more low crafty and stuff. It makes like in the both the magic is very low level and not really that powerful in the book it tries to like there's like robes and the portals. I guess there's portals in the book but not 'til later but there's more of that stuff in the show where there's more. Missed it schism. And Magic and there's more big beasts and creatures but still ultimately, the show is not really it doesn't really capture the spirit of lovecraft even though it has a little bit more reference to it because like the opening scene were atticus is saved from do by Jackie Robinson taking a swing Adam is like I, know that was a j.j Abrams seeing he produced this show too and that's just like the ultimate misunderstanding of what makes you know lovecraft into interesting like if you were lovecraft fan as this is supposed to be your dream is not that you have A. Fistfight with do your dream maybe is that you? Joined the through cold and you know embraced ultimate power and then this show like that's the exact opposite of what the family does like. They're like they don't want to embraced his power that they've been exposed to win this shit. When if it was a love crafting show, it would be about them being tempted by this power and then ultimately being destroyed by but I don't think that's where the early now with the book heads and now think that's where the show is heading i. think our protagonist are GonNa main may be you know stay sane happy and noble for the most part there is a little bit more like interpersonal conflict in the show they talk a little bit more. About the PTSD to advocates might have in the show, but they're not really like it should be like in the mouth of madness you know where you know these people are just being driven out of their minds the closer they get the more proximity they get to this power, but that's not really what the show is doing. If you consider SAM character in in the mouth of badness at the end of it, you know he's in the movie theater he's out of the insane asylum and he's like the the only thing he can do is surrender to tackling with laughter as the totality of this cosmic car washes over him. It's in love crafts books in like historian is like the protagonists. A glimpse. Sorry. I mean like all Sam Neill can do is is laugh in in almost like can cackling absurd grotesquery in kind of A. Give himself over to the kind of pleasure of madness of losing his mind, which is the consequence of being given a glimpse of this other reality. And that is the essential trope that is plays out through all of lovecraft work and initial in lovecraft country. The both in the is and the content of it references lovecraft only in the most. Tedious just surface level in all but one regard, and and this is really what the show is trying to do and is the kind of Hook of the show. The thing that unites the themes of the show with the themes of lovecraft writing is the idea of like racism in America as a thin because as you know as as they mentioned on the shell graph, the writer was a psychotic racist, not just by twenty twenty standards but by the standards of the time he was writing I mean, yeah I see the I actually don't think this show really captures fear of that's the other thing that's. Just you saying that will make me think of a of another way. The show kind of fails lovecraft is that like yeah, lovecraft the racism in in his writing is usually like an explicit like fear of immigrants fear of black people in this show is much more is just like white hatred of by yeah. Argument that one they're the same thing, but it's not an on film is a very different thing and it's the same thing in the book. It's just like white people just hate black people want to kill them constantly on site. That's not the type of racism that is in you know HP. It's more like, Oh, I WANNA go around those people I. Wish I had a better apartment where it didn't have to see those people. It's not like I need to go out and a radical all those people that's. It was love craft was communicating a fundamental alienated from humanity and from his from his own self really that manifested itself in the metaphorical context of the elder races and the sort of the degeneration of human beings through breeding and I think the interesting thing that lovecraft country is doing it. The one that it is it is flipping on, it's head the the primal fear of a miscegenation love crafts works 'cause like I in in his whole mythos. It's this idea that humanity or civilization. As we know, it is going to be obliterated by these these older ancient beings, alien forces, and that are literally interbreeding with human beings and Rating mankind into a sort of lower order of being and creating a kind of second dark age on. I. Think you have to understand that in the context of the Post World War One period he was writing in that saw the beginning of the breakup of the big European empires, and I think like the fear that he is trying to communicate in his writing is essentially about the fear of the end of the White Man's world one thing one thing I'll say about what you're saying is that when I was reading about lovecraft. To interrupt you I what I was reading about lovecraft view on racism, it seemed very existential and Signori. About. The idea because there's a lot of talk about breeding, he supported lynching. Lynching. Mainly on grounds of miscegenation and breeding. It wasn't like the honor of the south or anything like that, and there are certain types of black thinkers that I think were very good at tapping into The idea of of white ex existential fears as a motivator for the racism in a very primal way two of them. For example, are like Francis Creswell sing and there's someone else called junior that we talk about a lot in. This show where they're like, you know it's a bigger than just microaggressions hating black people this and that it's about like this kind of deeper thing. But the problem is I feel like the white and black people making this show are both liberals who listen to NPR and read a lot of vox I hate to keep bringing up those reference points but I think it's important and this was a very tallahassee coats type of racism and they didn't. Really Mesh like like this is to me New, York Times, OP ED view of view of racism, which is I think a little more grounded and a little more It's it's like that show it felt like it was gene denby an tunnel housing codes advising on this, which is not inherently a bad thing but I think it fails it kind of runs it kind of mundane to to a degree like, for example, the sheriff chasing. them out of town son downtown. It's a kind of commentary on racial terrorism and cruelty that I don't think really touches onto the deeper existential primal fears that kind of infuse a lot of these people's.
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"None of it is the deep cuts everything is Barred in their. Crowbar in there but it's all like obvious stuff like NPR white guy would know like like, yeah like like with. No effort to really learn about anything black outside of listening to NPR and reading box late articles. This'll be the exact dept of black knowledge. You would have like Jackie Robinson James Baldwin Gordon. Parks everything is just very surface level the use of the Jeffersons theme song. All culture. I thought. I clocked a joke in episode to about how white people don't season their foods and I was just like, ooh, that's a scorcher. Straight off twitter yeah. Written by twitter. Nothing that's the that's. Another show amongst a lot of shows who they get a lot of their. Storyline but they get a lot of their Let's let's say vibe they get a lot of their vibe from twitter. Yeah. You want US funny about this show remember was the tweet I. Forgot it was trump related, but somebody tweeted. This said I was working on this story for months and Treated out he just. tweeted it out. Kenai were discussing this show via text for a while we thought we were just knocking out of the park as far as figuring out what the creators are were doing. We're like, okay. This show is just written for white critics at like big websites and black twitter and kept going on and on, and then I found out there was an official companion podcast with. With the one of the writers of the show and some black rider about the show started listening to it, and then in the very first episode among other things like the writer for the show is that if we get the critics and black twitter on a side, we weren't and AS Roma Omega like this insight I thought we were we were just we were just joking we just bullshitting. This they made it all the subjects that we thought. We figured out just texts stop listening because I'm like this is ruining all the fun like you. Yes. Oh, they explicitly said literally Yeah. We're making this show for the critics and black twitter she that's exactly what the writer of the PODCAST but I'm Jim just Perspective because I know that a lesbian I have have talked before about the other like some Hbo Show of recent note along these lines watchman which was brought up before which I think sort have had done in a similar cast and let's just wondering like. What what what works about lovecraft country for you that like we're whereas watchman totally did it. Yeah I while their first of all day are not adapting d best staying in the medium that you know in. Medium you know they're not changing. They're not trying to do it adaptation of something that was very well done very well regarded with like disorder slapdash ideas coming from a Damon Lindelof like they're like Michele Greene knows how to write a bike affective TV show that works that has you know plot that moves for the as characters you kind of have interested. So I think just on the basic craft level is much more like workmanlike as opposed to watchmen were Damon Lindelof Tall? Crane the fucking Bible or something like he was just he was so pretentious about in all these big ideas where this show is like very you know wears his heart on sleeves like, okay. This is for you know people who liked prestige TV and black twitter. We're going to have some fun. We're going to have some blood. We're going to have some Gore like it seems like a much more fun show like changes really fun and it just a based on the source material not being on the commanding heights of Alan Moore's watchmen. They're playing a little bit more with house money in that they. Have a little bit deal a little bit more goofy or or not everything. So so waited with. The present moment but I mean I don't know I felt like when I was watching it. It was just like I could I could I could see the writer typing as I was watching it, which is never a good sign and I just I i. felt it was everything was so heavily invested in the present moment now in district. But I that's the problem with the book is a problem with the show is a problem with like TV. Right now like like like handmaid's tale same shit. God Yeah Yeah. Don't get me started on that Yeah. So he's fucking pulling teeth watching that show. So it's Kinda all like the same thing and I just like at least with this show is like I can get like, do you know the ghost of Herbert West in the haunted house and and like some kind of creepy like baby monce giant baby monsters vampire dull. You know some cool rituals some you know journey smollet with. A baseball bat at least if they do you know all the crap by hate about watchmen deal all of that. But at least you know outside of that, it's mostly for me like a fun kind sometimes scary horror show that don't really have to take as seriously. Just I'm just so happy people aren't taking this show. So as seriously as they did watchman even though is to show this actually made by black people. I think people are taking it seriously in a different way like one thing I'll give me Chagrin credit on is definitely is not in love with her on farts she does not. She does not think like she is some kind of born again genius that is I if anything like I like some Damon Damon Lindelof interviews made it seem like he was Ed the same tune that Ryan Johnson's candidate in reference to the Lucas like I'm fixing the stuff that Yeah say. More screwed up yeah. She is making it less. You know the women in the original watchmen were you know well represented, and so he did his show where he has. Laurie first of all turned into like or horrific like shrew trope and then also has her carry around giant. Blue Dildo representing her former boyfriend that she has not gotten over even though the entire watchman book was about her leaving him and then sleeps with her. Subordinate Amelia after that, when the giant deal, it doesn't work out for this is kind of an aside but I feel like there's a very gen-x writer to do like I was kind of looking back about all these kind of smug superior type of writers across disciplines that we had that kind of thing. I figured all this out that the person I'm ripping off did. That didn't even though I have absolutely no original ideas outside of really this person's work. Yeah. Grandma Larsen is another one of those people by the way Morrison Martin Mark Mark Millar Brian Benders. Johnson I think is, is that in movies and I think Melinda Lop is that too and I don't know when I noticed that but it's a definite jen next thing is he's gen-x writer I don't want I don't know if it's a white Jenex writer thing I'm trying to think of black writers but there's so few that I can't really extrapolate across. Racist. But I do particularly this certain type of White Jenex writer. There is this unearned superiority and like cashing in and living off these other people's creations while also thumbing. At how your subverting in making it better and you really you really not like at the end of the day when you look back at a lot of grant Morrison and Mark Millar Mark Millar and Ryan Johnson stuff it actually is less forward thinking than the stuff they're trying to answer seating. Of Marco whenever I think of Mark Millar, I think of the end of. The wanted comic where it's like the main character telling you the reader that he's fucking you in the ass and just there's nothing you can do about it that that's how I view marking the lawyers bucking a frame of reference. That is the perfect summation of mark. Millar's like smug on earned sense of superiority do not bad comic of. Wanted. Was For me. That was the first comic I read I. Forgot How many issues miniseries was, but I think the first everything with the last the last issue and I was like the sunk cost. Will you miss you miss the wonderful day new ma of the entire series which is. Violently sodomizing the as own readers..
"sharks" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"Hey y'all. How's it going? So this is an outtake to an episode that we had with Leslie leader third and we'll miniature and we were having a bunch of trouble with women occurs audio. So we weren't able to hear half of what he was saying, but it turns out that Oliver actually recorded. We just couldn't hear it. So we think there's enough. Here for an actual outtake episode, the only warning is that because kept cutting out and we couldn't hear him there are times where it'll seem that we're just cutting him off and we're not cutting him off to be rude or we apologize if he seems to have interesting point that he's about to get to and we just seem to be cutting him off. It's not on purpose it's because he has already would just keep dropping off. So we eat the think we couldn't use finish talking or we were just trying to kind of roll with the punches and make it sound smooth but it ended up becoming just too impractical to keep doing. We're just losing huge chunks of his audio, but there's enough interesting insights up in here that I thought it might be worth keeping as an outtake episode we ended up doing the episode and doing your property so I'm putting it up in. Here be patient with the seems that we're cutting people off a lot. It's because we're trying to disguise the audio issues that were having enrolled roll with the punches. So a lot of what you're going to hear being said by Wilma Negar, we actually weren't able to here. We're trying to improvise on the fly to compensate for that and with that in mind, please enjoy it his outtake episode regarding lovecraft country and go to Patriotdepot dot com to find the proper redone version of this episode. All right. Take care enjoy. So. Yeah. That's why I get into the show. This is about lovecraft country and we have two guests because Kenai or kind of not feeling the show I. Don't I don't WanNa say that I'm not a fan of the show. What I will say is I think what happened is it got too predictable. That's fair. And that made me board I got really bored. They became real hacky, real predictable and I, know where this? So. I'm not a fan of the show it just really hacky predictable. kind of hacking predictable but no because I can see why other people like it to see. Someone could see why someone that I'm thirty nine years old. So I grew up on a lot of stuff like sci fi style like me and you were talking a couple of days ago about that movie knows me Mario Talking about the movie in the madness. Of Oh yes. Old Hands are full of madness. Yes. So get them to do themselves are going after burkle order we have less lead a third. Leslie of a third of Struggle Session Patriots Dot com slash struggle session. We are doing a week to week watch a long series about lovecraft country. So if you aren't like thieves, you know judgmental S, J ws and actually enjoy the show come over the Patriot. mccown's a struggle session and watch it with me. I. Think this show has made me reactionary coming at it from. UNHEARD. George. Show the quartering or something and. I it's given me to the other direction and then we also have with this woman. Hello. Can you be here I like Next year we are sort of equally learned in our in our imbibing of the lovecraft mythology and and just general canon of his work, but but divided on the. Is Is it fun to watch this show? Yeah, which I'm coming down. Definitely see you know for you know before we begin to. This show is based on the book that has absolutely nothing to do whatsoever with lovecraft. So I can understand why Hawker fans or people were looking for or people who are familiar with in the mountains of madness might washed his show and be found wanting by I would say if you actually had put yourself through reading four hundred pages of the okay. But absolutely, not scary in any way book, you would be happy to just get like a few vampire dogs in the TV show as I am. In I can agree, you just want to see monsters here and there I can kind of see that but a problem I have with the show right lake to me from going to wash some kind of science fiction are scary temper horror or whatever. There's certain crimes I can see being forgivable. I, can say, Oh, this is too gruesome. This is too misanthropic. This is to hacky and obvious but the one crime feel in a show with vampire dogs, zombies, and ghosts, and all this stuff is that. It shouldn't be boring it shouldn't be possible to be boring it. Somehow this show to me would just really boring even when monsters are on the screen and crazy stuff is happening I somehow I find myself being born a lot and that was kind of it was almost an accomplishment me to be boring and all this crazy stuff on the screen and I couldn't figure out. It was just me. So I WANNA ask you guys about feeding actually was kind of like board or that was just me not. To I was bored I t when the first episode because I think t you had already seen it. No Mario. When you already know Mari recommended I saw last out of the year you saw it last and I watched the first episode. I'm not making this up. I was sitting on my couch and I was watching and I'm not lying I was probably thirty five minutes in and I text you guys and I was like dude, this is bullshit. This is this is born deferring episode is Boring I. Wasn't. They got to that other town. Then it started kicking up a little bit but I was like I don't even know what the hell just watch I wasn't even board during the laws. Like during people get killed. I was I was brought up. Yeah. The first episode is definitely boring. I will not defend the first episode for me like a problem with it is it seemed like it was a a very weird MC mix of tones like they couldn't really I couldn't quite get the feeling whether they were deciding whether this is going to be a scary show a sort of semi funny fell. Tongue, in cheek at times a little bit like heartwarming it was just like it was a very sort of whiplash of competing tones, sort of textures and genres more stuff to me felt like Spike Lee at his most most sentimental meets Joss Weeden. Weren't horrid stuff like you know like like you. Spike Lee put some of his respectability politics in there and there's like heading nods to like historical figures and but in the Josh Weeden stuff would come in through stuff like Yeah. Remember when we were members of the Jewish Society of futurist. Who talks like that in the south side of Chicago and the fifties like that's just such A. That's that's the books fault. That's the books because the book. So the characters from the book are supposed to be this black family coup or all Sifi nerds and like upper-middle-class utterly mobile like a black folk who were you know they do they do the green book basically they've run a travel agency and they're just like these these very particular. People that don't seem or sound black whatsoever, and that's kind of the original sin from the book because it is written by a white guy just like a young white guy who is trying to come up with like a new new version of the x files and his idea was you know whether we? You know you know came up with this adventure like he heard about the green. Book and was like didn't like wrote this book kind of the same way that Damon Lindelof heard about the toll psoriasis and then was like, okay I'll make watchmen about the Tulsa riot our problem that created for me right I'm glad you said that because when I was watching it, I was like everything black in here is like.
Surfer Killed by Shark at Beach Protected by Net
"There has been a deadly shark attack on Australia's Gold Coast, which is popular with surfers and tourists. A man in his fifties was surfing when he was mauled by a shark. This is at a beach protected by shark netting. A man was brought to shore by fellow surfers. Lifeguards pronounced him dead at the scene. The death is on Ly, the second fatal shark attack off one of Queensland's 85 beaches. The last was back in
Shark kills man on Australia's Gold Coast tourist strip
"Swimmer has been mauled to death by a shark at a netted beach in Australia. Police say the man, believed to be in his fifties or sixties, was attacked along a gold Coast city tourist strip. Bystanders and lifeguards rushed into the water to try to help the man, but to no avail. Surfers brought the man's body to shore. This is the first fatal shark attack on the Gold Coast speech in over 60 years. We'll
Shark kills man on Australia's Gold Coast tourist strip
"Swimmers been mauled to death by a shark at a netted beach in Australia. Police say this man believed to be in his fifties or sixties, was attacked along the gold coast. Bystanders and lifeguards rushed into the water to try to save the man, but to no avail. It's the first fatal shark attack on the Gold Coast speech and over 60 years
Boston - Cape Cod Town Approves Memorial Bench for Shark Attack Victim
"The victim of a fatal shark attack. It came as a shock to the Cape Cod community on September 15 2018 26 year old Arthur Medici of Revere was boogie boarding at Newcombe Hollow Beach when he was attacked by a shark. Efforts to revive him failed and he died at the hospital. It was the first fatal shark attack in Massachusetts since 1936 and now the town of Wealth lead is taking steps to remember him later this month of bench will be installed at the beach in his honor. The custom bronze plaque will feature Medici name a sunflower on a Bible verse. The more than $2000 for the bench was raised by local residents. Heather and Drew Doyle, that was W B. C's. Are Colin reporting, Dan walking?
Boston - Wellfleet approves memorial bench for 2018 shark attack victim from Revere
"A memorial bench. NUKE Apollo Beach will remember the victim of a fatal shark attack doubly busy Zarko in reports, it came as a shock to the Cape Cod community. On September 15 2018 26 year old Arthur Medici of Revere was boogie boarding at Newcomb Hollow Beach when he was attacked by a shark. Efforts to revive him failed and he died at the hospital. It was the first fatal shark attack in Massachusetts since 1936 and now the town of Wellfleet is taking steps to remember him later this month of bench will be installed at the beach in his honor. The custom bronze plaque will feature Medici, his name, a sunflower and a Bible verse. The more than $2000 for the bench was raised by local residents. Heather Andrew Doyle. The bench installation is tentatively scheduled for September. 15th. The two year anniversary of Medici is death.
Shark Sightings Resume at Long Island Beaches, New York
"In the waters off of Long Island this morning three responded at Jones Beach off the Central Mall. First spotted by lifeguards, then verified by a drone. The Sharks were feeding on a pot of bunker fish, the regional director of New York state, Parks tells 10 10 wins They've been monitoring the waters very close. We have been on Ah, watch over the last. You know a couple of months because we have had Uncle Fish close to shore like this, Um so we'll always aware that maybe sharks coming in and that's what counts right away and that we are constantly vacantly watching the water. That was George Gorman, who says lifeguards closed the beach temporarily after the shark sightings this morning but reopened when it was safe to do so. Gorman says they will continue to monitor waters by drone throughout the Labor Day weekend to make sure beaches are safe for swimmers. Hurricane
Extracurricular Activities During A Pandemic
"As the coronavirus pandemic requires many schools to continue online students are wondering, how can they get extracurricular activities? And in our scholarships segment I'm GonNa talk about what is a scholarship weekend? Welcome to the Scholarship Shark podcast I'm Pam. Andrews your host as a college admissions consultant I believe that getting into college does not need to be complicated for confusing and paying for it doesn't need to be costly and you're here because you believe the same join me each week as I share advice on the college admissions process as well as scholarship tips. So let's get started with today's episode. The impact of Corona. Virus is not just limited to the classroom. For some students starting school this fall you know they're still going to be online doing classes virtually. A hybrid where it's a few days in the classroom. And a few days at home online. but many schools are choosing not to do their extra curricular activities that require gathering large numbers of students together, and it's easy to focus on what we can't do. But in this episode, I WanNa talk about ways, students can get involved. And although you may not be able to do some of your traditional activities I'm GonNa just share three things and three comic groups of things that you may think about doing. As we continue to navigate through this pandemic. So you know you may not be able to participate in school sport or in your marching band or be a part of your theater production. But you can still participate in extracurriculars while you're at home or even if you're doing a hybrid model, you just have to be creative and it's really important that you don't neglect this part of you for several reasons number one. It's a great way to distress to develop a friendships to strengthen your leadership skills to gain self competence Extracurricular activities have all kinds of benefits, and of course you know applying for college, you will want to list what you've done in this academic year on your college application. So along with your high school your grades your class rank if you've been able to sit for the sat or act. and you're your recommendation letters and your essay, your activities, your extracurriculars, what you do inside of scorn outside of school were really show how you spend your time and what are you interested in so think of it as initiative and interest. So I wanted to share. Three things that you can do if you're not able to participate in some of the things that you've done in the past. Because I don't want you to think while I'm not able to do what I would like to do or what I've done last year or the your prior. So really what can I do? Not Share three three things that you could possibly do so. Number One, I want you to think about what did you do in school? In the past and how can you either do it online? Or? If your school offers it. So if your school is currently offering something, how can you participate for example, maybe your school still has student government and you're not meeting in person, but you can still participate online. So don't neglect those in school opportunities that are happening virtually. So see if your school is still offering some of the club's activities that they would normally offer, but just in an online format. And you know again think through what you've done in the past what you looking forward to maybe participating on your school newspaper or language. Clubs Academic Clubs You know again, take a look at those and see what they're offering online. Now if your school is not offering it online. Why don't you lead it start the initiative may get with a couple of students and offer that particular club in a virtual setting just simply reach out. To Your School, the advisor who helps you coordinate your activities and maybe write something down and began to share your idea. Now. As, you begin to think about things that you do in your school, and if your school is having it, if you find that your school does not have it again, maybe you can offer it in a virtual world
After FDA Set Back, AI Driven Drug Company Advances with New CEO
"Joining US pleasure beer. We're GONNA talk about far next. It's unique approach to drug discovery and its efforts to develop a therapy for the rare degenerative nerve condition shark Marie Tooth Syndrome. A let's start with the company's platform technology though and its efforts to discover what it terms, his cleo therapies what's meant by the term cleo therapy. Therapy. Comes from the idea of field tropic meaning that that there are often multiple pathways for any drug to follow. In fact that most drugs don't act on a single target but rather act on multiple targets. So for example, we all know that you know aspirin can treat a headache, but it also can. You know prevent clotting by. Platelets from forming clusters that. Eight including so. Many many approved medicine have multiple pathways, and the concept here for us is that diseases are not. Just single genetic kits that that that does exist. But often I'm diseases are the result of an imbalance between multiple pathways and insofar as multiple drugs acting on multiple pathways can correct that that's been the goal of far next our work we call it also polly pharmacology. This is a data intense platform uses a I. How exactly does it work and what's the range of data that draws upon? Well it starts with essential genetic data or G wash data. and. What we aim to do is look at a specific disease and look at the genetic lesions if you will within that disease and then all the pathways that are affected. When there is a genetic lesion liken charcoal, Mary Tooth, and then by looking at all those pathways, we can figure out which drugs or which molecules might interact with those pathways in start to put them together in combinations insofar as the combinations provide. A novel and non obvious exciting results that are true synergies. Synergies meaning that the result is greater than the sum of of each response and we do that with a lot of data. It's a lot of data inputs in a lot of a inputs and a lot of experience in pharmacology by our experts. Working at for next on our teams in. So with a multitude of approaches knowing that the output are combination medicines as opposed to single medicines, we've been able to achieve I think some some remarkable results. The company is focused on using this platform as a way of repurposing combinations of existing therapies. What's the case for doing this from a time cost speed on view? We in the past have I'm combined existing medicines although I would say going forward in the future we'll probably. Use a novel molecules are new chemical entities, so-called ease as the combinations of new medicines. It does afford when you're using existing medicines and much more efficient process however, simply because these medicines are already safe and well tolerated in so you can put them into clinical trials right away in advanced trials and get towards the FDA, an approval usually much faster than starting with a lot of the toxicology work that you have to do. With new new molecule. So it has been for us an inefficient process generally should be inefficient process, but most importantly, it should bring new medicines to patients and caregivers that they haven't seen before. You're focused on neurological conditions. This is an area where there's been great frustration. diseases have been somewhat intractable I. Think of what's happened in the area of cancer in terms of the use of combination therapies is that part of the rationale here that combination therapies are what's going to be needed to address diseases like Alzheimer's on Ls? Right in in diseases like Alzheimer's for example, you know there may be one or two or three. Causative factors but ultimately, it causes a significant imbalance in the brain and rather than addressing the first domino, which is still a huge debate in many companies in among many scientists, we often think maybe by making combination medicines, you can address a lot of the more downstream. Activities. That have resulted in the balancing that could be readjusted. So so as we can make a better new equilibrium with that new equilibrium, hopefully modified disease as we've done. Well. Let's talk about.
After FDA Set Back, AI Driven Drug Company Advances with New CEO
"GONNA talk about far next. It's unique approach to drug discovery and its efforts to develop a therapy for the rare degenerative nerve condition shark Marie Tooth Syndrome. A let's start with the company's platform technology though and its efforts to discover what it terms, his cleo therapies what's meant by the term cleo therapy. Therapy. Comes from the idea of field tropic meaning that that there are often multiple pathways for any drug to follow. In fact that most drugs don't act on a single target but rather act on multiple targets. So for example, we all know that you know aspirin can treat a headache, but it also can. You know prevent clotting by. Platelets from forming clusters that. Eight including so. Many many approved medicine have multiple pathways, and the concept here for us is that diseases are not. Just single genetic kits that that that does exist. But often I'm diseases are the result of an imbalance between multiple pathways and insofar as multiple drugs acting on multiple pathways can correct that that's been the goal of far next our work we call it also polly pharmacology. This is a data intense platform uses a I. How exactly does it work and what's the range of data that draws upon? Well it starts with essential genetic data or G wash data. and. What we aim to do is look at a specific disease and look at the genetic lesions if you will within that disease and then all the pathways that are affected. When there is a genetic lesion liken charcoal, Mary Tooth, and then by looking at all those pathways, we can figure out which drugs or which molecules might interact with those pathways in start to put them together in combinations insofar as the combinations provide. A novel and non obvious exciting results that are true synergies. Synergies meaning that the result is greater than the sum of of each response and we do that with a lot of data. It's a lot of data inputs in a lot of a inputs and a lot of experience in pharmacology by our experts. Working at for next on our teams in. So with a multitude of approaches knowing that the output are combination medicines as opposed to single medicines, we've been able to achieve I think some some remarkable results. The company is focused on using this platform as a way of repurposing combinations of existing therapies. What's the case for doing this from a time cost speed on view? We in the past have I'm combined existing medicines although I would say going forward in the future we'll probably. Use a novel molecules are new chemical entities, so-called ease as the combinations of new medicines. It does afford when you're using existing medicines and much more efficient process however, simply because these medicines are already safe and well tolerated in so you can put them into clinical trials right away in advanced trials and get towards the FDA, an approval usually much faster than starting with a lot of the toxicology work that you have to do. With new new molecule. So it has been for us an inefficient process generally should be inefficient process, but most importantly, it should bring new medicines to patients and caregivers that they haven't seen before. You're focused on neurological conditions. This is an area where there's been great frustration. diseases have been somewhat intractable I. Think of what's happened in the area of cancer in terms of the use of combination therapies is that part of the rationale here that combination therapies are what's going to be needed to address diseases like Alzheimer's on Ls? Right in in diseases like Alzheimer's for example, you know there may be one or two or three. Causative factors but ultimately, it causes a significant imbalance in the brain and rather than addressing the first domino, which is still a huge debate in many companies in among many scientists, we often think maybe by making combination medicines, you can address a lot of the more downstream. Activities. That have resulted in the balancing that could be readjusted. So so as we can make a better new equilibrium with that new equilibrium, hopefully modified disease as we've done.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is self-explanatory
"Suicide Squad kill the justice. League is about the suicide squad trying to kill the Justice League. The other big video game news from D., C. Fan Dome was learning a lot more about suicide squad kill the Justice League from rock steady games the developer of Arkham asylum city night. Suicide Squad kill the Justice League is officially its title and game is about the suicide squad trying to kill the Justice League the trailer for the game opened up on a decimated metropolis. There was a weird glowing giant purple skull ship in the distance and it cuts to Harley Quinn on a rooftop goofing off and making jokes in response to just the General Radio Chatter. Then the rest of the suicide squad was revealed along with Harley Quinn. This game will also feature Captain Boomerang with a pretty intense Australian. Dead Shot and King Shark they had some comedic banter making fun of dead shot for claiming he never misses well King Shark absent mindedly popped green lantern and Batman balloons, which is interesting to me because there have been side quests about popping balloons in the past arkham games. And then Amanda Waller came on the line telling them they had to get to work or she would blow them up. Was All pre rendered but the next part of the trailer gave a pretty good idea of what to expect in terms of Gameplay Harley Quinn zipped around using some kind of Hook Shot zip-line thing and used her bat mainly to attack these weird purple enemies. King Shark looked slow but carried a big machine gun dead shot had a jet pack did a lot of shooting and Captain Boomerang had some kind of quick teleporting ability while he was also throwing boomerangs and other weapons. And all of this happened while outkast's B O b bombs over Baghdad played on top of it. After finishing off the group, they quipped that what they did probably will knock a few years off the sentence and then Harley remembered that there was an Alpha target they needed to pursue. And that's when Superman showed up with his classic Yellow Belt and red. Underwear look. At first, it seemed like he saved a helicopter pilot from a crash, but then his eyes start glowing purple and he killed the pilot prompting these suicide squad to realize they are meant to kill the Justice League, the trailer ended with. Superman. Not really reacting to getting hit in the head with some kind of pipe that guess King Shark through and it revealed a twenty twenty to release window for playstation five. Series. Exit PC. After that trailer host will Arnett revealed a few more details about the game with the voice cast from suicide squad who were in character Harley. Quinn specifically referenced getting excited about killing Batman and Captain Boomerang mentioned the flash. After that game director Sefton Hill showed up. There was this whole silly conceit that will Arnett was being transported around to his hosting duties and Hill had joked that they had just shipped him a green screen which was pretty good joke but he answered a few more questions. The game does play S- in the chronology. So it is technically a sequel to Batman Arkham night it's going to be a lot different, but narrative is moving the plot forward. They decided to do a suicide squad game because they consider their games character-driven and the suicide squad highlights. One of the things DC has always been particularly good at villains they appreciated how flawed they were. It also gave them the opportunity to create an interesting impossible scenario, which is, of course, hunting down the Justice League. The gameplay will be a hybrid of hero empowerment action and Gunplay, which is definitely a unique for rock steady Batman does not use guns. The game will offer up to four player Co op, but will totally be playable single player. If you're playing alone, the AI will handle your other members and you will apparently be able to swap between them seamlessly. You can also go back and forth between single and multiplayer over the course of game it is also an open world. That world being metropolis. The twenty twenty to release window really surprised me. Batman Arkham night released in two thousand fifteen they lent it a lot of support post release but I think it's pretty safe to assume they have been working on it at some capacity since that game released since arkham night released. A suicide squad game was also teased as early as two thousand thirteen where there was something at the end of Batman Arkham origins. So to learn it is nearly two years away. Surprised me. I'm not really disappointed. Honestly, I'm happy to wait just surprised I would have assumed it would be
Reining in Complexity: Data Science & Future of AI/ML Businesses
"And I come from the physics computational physics background, and we both kind of been pushed into this. Data. All data science and I don't know if that is coincidence or if we have an affinity for them before we get into that though this kind of competing view of the world, which basically says sequel can do everything and this one we spent a lot of time actually looking at the data science or the data landscape and it feels like there's two worlds there's like the data warehouse maximalists. We'll stick all date on the data warehouse and then we're GonNa do sequel and then we're GonNa have some extensions to sequel like you see popping up like big query whatever and that can do everything needs to be done, and Oh by the way if someone's using python and are all, they're doing basic regressions and so we can just make that a simple extension and we're done and then there's the other view of the world I like to call the hoop refugees which is. Actually, we do hardcore computation and we need our in python because of stuff we do is very sophisticated. I I know you're squarely on one side of those but I wonder like, do you think there's a convergence that happens these stay two worlds does one become a relevant like what happens there just because you oppose extremism doesn't make you an extremist, right David? How's maximum? I see this world and it's the old yarn about I guess, I. Don't know there's there's so many variants of this but Allen Parlous a great computer scientists has some really great quotes about somebody Reverend sees about these kinds of things but I would say that to the idea that everything be expressing sequel. which sequel with how many extensions because the end of the day and with how many like extensions on extensions and multicolored on your post grass? Pipe, colonel, I guess you're doing the sequel, but you're running a python script knows let's not really don't count and frankly a lot of stuff runs access and BB in this world isn't sequel I think if you choose to look at the world through a particular Lens, you can choose to count everything else as. And rounding errors. But if you take off those lands as you see a much more diverse landscape and I think that's where for me, I see the space for sequel I understand the reasons why it has evolved into particular kind of animal like the shark is still the best predatory fish in the ocean. But it's not the biggest Predator in the world and I think there's something about that that if you're in the ocean, you're going basically shark like if you're to eat a lot of fish. So if you're in that business data analytics world especially because a lot of business data looks like fish, it's evolved look like food for the sharks. So that's kind of the way it is but what Hoodoo opened. Up Back in twenty twelve I called it the hoodoo battering Ram as we're not GonNa win the Hoop Gate. We'll let the vendors go and fight against the Tara's the oracles, all the classical data warehouse guys let them do that thing. Once he battered down the door, we're GONNA come flooding in with all sorts of heterogenous approaches to data science analytics, things that are hard to ask in sequel. And Moreover, there's a term use which I don't hear used very often now obviously or the shadow it, which is used it, but there's a shadow data management that's a are far more serious and dangerous problem when I was at an messing bank, they had a million dollar oracle database sitting somewhere and it was too slow to actually run the analytics they needed, and so what they did is they had an instance of this oracle database cost a million bucks and what they did is the only quarry they ran was a bit full table dump into a CS meet and then they took CSV. And they did everything else with it and it was python scripts Ram Java. Crap was bunch of other stuff and it was sort of like. So if you're a data manager, if you're like in the data management practice, you say, well, we have another big old million dollar instance stood up our data management techniques are great Potemkin village against right. But then when you actually go and you ask the developers, Hey, where's the source data for the stuff whereas prod data coming from? Like, oh. Yeah. This file share back slash black slash something or the other or you know that I'll I'm like that file what about database don't touch the database to Brennan right so there's this kind of stuff going on in everybody listens knows what I'm talking about that shadow dated management is absolutely a pernicious problem and data science is just eating it alive because did ask the question you want to ask you have to integrate us together master data management is about silence And all this stuff you've hit to the site which I just think it's so Germane to what we're here to talk about, which is this clearly problem domains which sequels totally fine for right Yep and you can argue the problem domains, which is just not any sort of hardcore statistics is just not very good for and the point of us being on this podcast is actually talk about like listen we're kind of new types of companies and you types of workloads. And they're around kind of processing data and I hear you that this shadow data management is a real issue and you can make an argument why that exists because people are stupid or they don't WanNa do good workflows is like literally we don't have the tooling to deal with data in the right way. One question that I have that I would love to hash out with you is are we a fundamental shift in workload that requires a fundamentally new set of tools? And a fundamentally new type of company or is this just more of a transition where we can kind of put into service the old tools and I just want to be a little bit more specific, which has in the past you had your toolkit of systems approaches and you have software system, and you'd kind of pull them out and applied to the problem the sequels, one of them, and we kind of understood how systems behavior and we kind of understood how the company's both around the behaves. As an investor looking at a lot of data companies, they just don't look the same types of tools they use the type of operational practice they use. The one that you pointed out was a great one, which is outdated becomes a primitive what actually apply like software techniques to in a way, but we don't have the tools to do that. and. Then we've written posts about margin structures look a lot different where you go at your company different and so I just do you think this mess is because data scientists don't have formal S-. Yes trainings or do you think this is an entirely different problem domain and we should actually look at what the future looks like for that and development. Tools, etc. This is at the heart of Oprah talking about this is absolutely the heart and I will try to start from the top, which is this concept that every baby or every child is born and the reason that they think their childhood is normal right? They think of like your childhood like normal thing. So have developers coming online in late two. Thousands let's say and they think this is the world even me as a professional starting in ninety nine while this was just what there is the more you start researching history and looking back your life. You know what? We're just building in this industry, which is layer it's frozen accident on top of frozen accident frozen accident very very few times do. People. Make principled intentional revolutionary shifts. Right? It's. He basically band-aid a substrate. Okay. So starting from the top, what I would say is that there is no law there was nothing hard in stone that Moses brought down from the mountain said all information systems must be deconstructed into hardware and software and data there's no such thing it was information systems will stop. The fact that we had different cost structures for innovation in hardware versus software versus networking, and so forth. That has led to different rates of innovation different places, things like that, and so when a business steps in and says, okay, what's on the shelf that I can use to accelerate my business processes? Then it makes sense because this thing that thing like when you buy a car, you buy the car and then you put CDs in the car you don't go by car with a CD prefect
Target shares rally after reporting record profit and sales numbers
"SHARK. It reported a record setting quarter with profits incomparable sales, bolstered by market share gains and customer service options across digital platforms that drove shoppers to stores. Total net income rose to $1.69 billion from 938 year ago. Comparable sales sort of record 24.3% with digital comparable sales, nearly tripling target added 10 million new digital customers in the first half of the
How brutal honesty will bring you massive profits, happiness, and success with Peter Kozodoy
"Well, fire nation we have a lot to. Talk about today, it's going to be a blast. We're talking about honest to greatness how brutal honesty is going GonNa Bring you NASA prophets happiness and success and Peter. You're upcoming book is endorsed by Barbara Corcoran, which I'm very proud and have always been very excited to say was one of our power twenty, the first twenty people I ever interviewed on this show. So she was very kind enough are never forget to take my interview while she was getting her makeup done before an episode of Shark Tank. So it was pretty cool. It has some background noise going on but overall, it was a blast and. Kudos to that, it's about using brutal honesty to achieve massive success. So I just have to ask why honesty why did that concept intrigued you so much as to write a book about it it's a great question because I actually never set out to write about speak about or frankly even care about honesty. It's surprising to me as it is to anyone that I've written. A book about something we all learned in preschool, and yet I think when we look around at the we live in right now it's pretty clear that we need a whole lot more honesty here in twenty twenty So to take you back and help everyone understand how I got here Let's go back to that that figure Skater seventeen-year-old Peter and at that age. I was the same size, five, seventy cancer a smaller younger. The two things were true. I knew two things to be absolutely true. My Life I was I was going to going to the Olympics has a figure skater unequivocally that was what was going to occur and the second thing. John's I. Was GonNa go to Harvard I, grew up on the South Shore Boston there is only one college for me it was in. My backyard that was Harvard. Well, by eighteen I had missed my shot at the Olympics was clear that I just couldn't keep my nerves together to make it work I applied to Harvard Harvard. Sent me a letter back saying thank you. But no, thank you. Don't call us. We'll call you and from that point on I won't live I, was devastated. Devastated I ended up. Going to another college and When I came out, I started a company. it ended well, it's a long story. Short story has started a video production company, my business partner I. Having no idea what we can do I I've always been the type to think I can do it better. And so the great thing about that is when you think you do a better, you can go start a business. The bad thing about that is when you think you can do a better. You actually have to go out and do it better A. So we spent a lot of years having no idea what we were doing John we were we were shooting eight hundred dollar television commercials for local car dealers, which is exactly as glamorous as it sounds. And I remember thinking like, wow, we could only shoot more eight, hundred dollars television commercials, ain't we would be rich we'd be rich. That's the past millions while apparently I had not studied hard math classes at college because if I had, I realized that that was the stupidest thing I could have thought it was just unfeasible for a whole lot of reasons, and again you know this young twenties entrepreneur. More gumption than brains. So eventually we Pivoted into being a full service marketing agency, and the reason we made that pivots because we were getting hired by other agencies and we realized that Kinda sucked they didn't take care of their clients. They overcharged they missed deadlines. Strategies weren't that good what we can do this better again right? We can do better. So or what we do you slap a new label on our. On our agency. Now Boom, we're full service marketing agency, and so quick story. The way we got our first client was that we were doing videos for local college and shooting their students and listening to their stories. And one day the the market called and said, Hey, we have a pitch open. We're going to hire a full service agency. It's about a million dollar account. Do you WanNa come pitch in do you have the resources to do this? And so we put the phone on mute or like okay. We'll do you know we need like graphic design to do account manager. We're GONNA probably need some web developed. Do we have the resources to that? No No. Definitely not So we pick the phone backup we said, yeah, absolutely WANNA. Come and touch will be there whatever time you need a Haredi go. So. We're in the pitch and at the towards the end we show this video had been recording of their students and the students are talking than we reveal our Tagline, which is the foundation of the entire campaign. And the room goes quiet. And the President looks down at what we've done pause. She looks up. And says, where did you? Where did you get this? I've been looking for this for years and I was tempted to say because we're the biggest bunch of geniuses ever. Of course, that's why I didn't because that wouldn't have been honest instead I said, your own, your own students gave us this. This is how they really think and feel these by the way of the only people who matter the ones who pay you money for your product and service. And so throughout building my company I got very interested in how honesty plays into the organization into the executives because it's not just being about your customers, what they think but I was always fascinated by how some of our clients took our growth strategies and just crushed it Golic a five, hundred, six, hundred, percent Roi loved US stayed with us for years and others. John. We'd work with. We'd give the same love attention strategies and they would just blow up on the launch pad I. Mean They could not get out of their own way they descended into infighting and politics in both quite frankly, and I always chalked it up to stupidity as these people are a bunch of morons. But of course, they weren't that. Was Me being a moron did. A tremendous amount of acumen intelligence to become an executive in any role. What I actually found over the years was it was something much more serious, which was a lack of honesty and in a variety of ways you're honest about what was going on in the world and how consumer trends were changing honest about what was going on with their fellow executives or their customers or dishonest with themselves and with their own biases and self limiting beliefs as a leader in and I saw many. And it wasn't until. I had my own crisis of honesty that the whole solidified for me that I that I made sense of this both both in the organizational sense in the personal sense something terrible happened to me John. It took me years to get over I don't know if this happened to you but I turned thirty. Oh. My God I don't know how people survive that. It was just devastated. I was like this is off. So I turned thirty and Mike Okay. This isn't so bad and then as I looked around, I just started descended into darkness and I just started beating myself up over. You know what happened because I realized that those two massive failures I had seventeen had been sticking with. Me had had given me these big weights on my shoulders at said Peter you can strive for greatness, but it's never going to be the best life because you already failed at that you already done your already failure. And it turned out it was carrying that around. So so by thirty, you know I looked around listen I built a million dollar company just married. My wife were flipping anew house I mean bronze purposes show just shut the hell up and been happy. But life doesn't work that way and I realized that there was so much more that I still had him that I still wanted to do and that's when I realized I had been dishonest with myself. Here I was preaching organizational honesty and I had failed to get out of my own way in realized my own self limiting beliefs and in the year after I turned thirty John achieved than I had in the ten years prior one of these things being the book that is now going to come out this year fire nation I. Hope you can just hear and understand and absorb what Peter Sharing Right now how critical
Husband punches great white shark to rescue his wife from attack
"Man by the name of mark rapidly, is now being called the husband of the year. His wife, who was a conservationist. They were in the water off Australia. And they were on the other surfboards or whatever the case may be, which she was collecting samples when all of a sudden she was attacked. By a great white shark. And mark the husband. Jumped on the great white shark and started punching it when it attacked his wife while you say the mother of your child than your support everything that's dear you are so you just react and heat out like with the force. Threw off the board when I got over there and saw that it was on your immediate reaction is get off trying to leverage punches sort of down onto it feels like punching a brick wall. She's a conservationist and botanist doing a PhD she's wired it at the shop. She's worried about the shark. She ended up in the hospital. She survived it and she's okay. Everybody's fine, but that's that's a tough one to live up to. What a great white shark. Save your wife. What stones? That is the true definition of love.
Scaredy Sharks & The Science of Fear
"Fine. Psalms not even up, your can wake up the whole neighborhood. Time wake up both. Interest you when a jar Brinkley. Ground, coffee. Well. Might, as well. Take you up on that offer. By. Rubens. I'm thinking. Well. Ok Mindy. How about jar of Freshly Ground Kafi Oh sure Reggie one jar of freshly ground coffee. At That will be free, ninety, nine plus tax. mindy. This is just an empty jar. Where's the coffee? Jar Mindy I know what copy looks like I can assure you that there is nothing in this jar that's because smells are invisible is. Smells yeah. If you wonder freshly ground copy smell, you're going to have to open that jar. Hugh woke me up and got me out of bed for nothing open the JAR IRA. Okay. Visible coffee. What's? Her. In the. Jar Won't open because I. Put a child proof LID on it here. Let me take a crack. Back. Ground. Coffee fell. Hugh kidding many this coffee smell is almost as good as the real thing. Now we're is the real thing. Oh. I don't know maybe Dennis's Hauser's something Dennis coffey. Boy Do I ever have fresh single origin imported from. Peru's COMERICA region hand picked. Foley Washington Sun dried roast into action, and here we have. Never Mind I don't have copy. All of these empty jars filled with. Yeah I mean look here we've got the smell of wet clothes left in the washing machine for three days. And this one is that super specific convenient stores smell. And this one over here is rotten. That one smells like Uranus. Uranus, the planet it's made up of gas called trajan sulfide bears an uncanny resemblance to rotten eggs. ooh. Oh. Okay. Scientifically speaking he's not wrong. Thanks. To Mindy. These jars. Yeah We see he tried this one. What is that the smell of a pile of dirt dirt you're smelling beeps? Purple Root, vegetable, that you roast in the oven and eat on salads turns or poop pink. Well, you know for some reason beats always smelled like dirt. What else he got Let me. I know here try this one. What do you think? I think one might be completely empty mindy. Guy, I can smell it from the air. It's lily of the Valley Yeah your tennis. Coach. Is Lily of the Valley Lily of the valley as in that highly poisonous woodland flowering plant. Exactly. My mother would wear the sent every fall as I left home for barring school she said it signified the return of happiness. How my mother loved
Man punches great white shark to save wife: 'You just react'
"Australian man punched a great white shark to save his wife when it attacked her mark, wrapping his wife. We're surfing off Port Macquarie. She clambered straight back on her board. And so when the shock, circled back around and grabbed her on the right calf It was only that to Maeda's away. Wife hospitalized with severe
Long Island beaches close amid shark sightings
"Well, there's been another shark sighting reported in our area. Fish and Wildlife officials in New Jersey say this one was spotted in the never sink River in Rumsen. Authority sent a note to residents to be cautious in the area around Navas Ink Avenue, even though no shark sightings have been confirmed on Long Island. Several shark sightings have prompted beach closures this past
"sharks" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
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"sharks" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"Was one of them people you know the we know when it's time to vote. This is here in Portland. They're going to have some Negro that works for whoever's running for office Democrat come to church yet may go kick it. They don't eat chicken and staying and all that kind of stuff. And then presidents do I remember bill. Clinton. They. All Do. I will say this trump is making it damn hard rock and trying to get people to wake up a memo Democrat versus Republican dynamic. Again. Do. Everything, he can to lose the REX. A thing that he put out there today. Did. You see that I posted on my instagram about. Low Let me let me make sure i. read it real quick. Hang on say about the the suburbs. I. Am happy to inform all of the people living there suburban lifestyle dream that you will no longer be bothered or financed me hurt by having little income housing built in your neighborhood your housing prices will go up based on the market crime will go down ever said that the Obama Biden Af f h rule enjoy. that. And now you can get and I'm not really you know I don't really get into the whole. These are signals in this that. It is with this was a gap. A man. Who you people think that he's referring to exactly when he says, you know low income and cry he associates the low income with the crime and all that you know what I'm saying so. Hearing. Right that's exactly what it is but. Man He's making it harder Birla trying to school my mom. To the point to where? The only way you should be voting for Donald trump if you're. Right it sounds crazy because he may you know and you remember this when George W Bush was the president the country was on the brink of revolution. A lot of people don't forget that in this because this is this was before facebook before twitter all that stuff man people was they was added a mind. He makes sure Bush. Man You ain't never lie never lie you saw Bush's responsible the Ryan started cracking oh. Yeah you know With the dignified response you know. Him and I always tell people that I never believed that George W. Bush was racing. ooh, I believe he was an elitist. You know what? I'm saying I never believed he was a rice donald trump a racist. You know you know he's a he's a straight up he's Andrew Jackson. Man and I'm trying not to get into that. You know the Republicans are racist that the Democrats GonNa do that. I'll be trying not to do that man but this month Donald. Trump. I told myself I'm only I only vote local. Yeah but And this. Oh no man this dude is toxic. You almost want to. It's almost as if you believe it's a conspiracy that they're making him be this way you do vote the other way I'm on. This. They'll be like a curse word right now there I'm not doing it. I'm not doing it. Okay. I'm not but I will not lie and say that I'd be lying. If I say the thought has crossed my mind. Absolutely I'M GONNA head to vote for this motherfucker by land. In the. Yeah I'll see how they get you. Lucy and that's the reason why I will not do it is because I see it but even though I see it's Almost like they say know what? The fuck you're GONNA do about it. Right you know what I'm saying you WANNA, Third Party were you in getting one now? What right a? Almost like exactly with this that Young I thought it was no world possible that I would vote for by an man. Got Remember this one big Michael's I. Remember we almost their bet you guys couldn't convince me down. Trump was gonna win I remember that I wouldn't believe it I. was I was man there was no I was laughing at y'all. I was literally laughing at you big mike and T I was laughing at your brother's who's not gonNA win because in my mind I'm thinking that everybody remembers he's a con artist. Everybody didn't remember Michelle He. was like I couldn't believe it. I still can't believe it. GotTa. I still think sometimes I by being in twilight on, it makes a lot of people be become jaded. So then they started doing good win this is like well, I, mean, do you really want? Do you want? Do you want the country to go that far down into the shitter writing? I mean I'm not saying like we're we're you know. Like I'm representing the country, and then because I know this country represent me the way I I needed to. But what I'm saying is like I live here. You know what I'm saying. So do really want to see the country down that path. Now, the point to where we're electing book and Lucille Ball or some shit like right. It come on man I mean. Run for president. Starwood Ronald Reagan. You know what I'm saying. An actor absolutely as the governor of the state of. California. Absolutely and they elected another actor Arnold Schwarzenegger who's not even a native of me. He's. He's not wasn't an American citizen all his life. Immigrated here. who were born here right. So you know why not? fucking bad. Why about now, that would be a horrible idea because I don't think on as is stable not mentally. I mean but yeah man you know tires. Just real strange times man. The half on here which you chop it up a little bit Yemen and. See what's going on the negative woods. Well, you know My only thing is I was going to go down to Nike, but then I thought about only go down there and somebody might think black lives matter and they just tossed my ball hit as an event. You know we're all black lives matter. And here comes black lives matter. Last matter is in here. To help. With. The tattoos I don't even know I only right now. Exactly but I but I live I live far away from downtown about twenty minutes twenty thirty minutes downtown. But I will say this when it was active, you can hear them downtown you could hear all the noise you. Can hear the what are they called it the tear gas guns going off and kind of Shit it's not like. Here it. So and that's the thing and they were launching fireworks. Fireworks. Yes. Yes. Though is definitely Definitely, test is testy situation, but you know everybody's down there protests what they Nike's. That's how. Let's. Let's wrap this thing. We just wanted to come in here real quick, but for all the listeners thank you. We appreciate you guys for listening become a subscriber, become a patron, go to the Youtube page and subscribe. Like share all the videos. Become patron five dollars. Ten dollars here we're going to be taking phone calls here soon to we're GONNA be, taking calls from. Fans and guests and stuff. So it was part of that too seminar Tinos everything. 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"sharks" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"Of time not. For. A few years and. Would it have with me? The first thing happened was trayvon. Martin. Right. I saw a lot of my little conservative buddies are a lot of. People that I that I used to read and listen to how they were talking about and I was never wanted him Larry elder type. I was never, Nannette. Someone Shit Law that I was never that so that extre-, right? That's extreme. I'm not even going to call them. It is what it is with them. You know what it is but So I started hearing how Greasy we're talking. I'm like man that's kind of. That's not right. You know what I'm saying. is a teen year old kid. Earlier was. Seventeen sixteen. Even if he was twenty like why would didn't really make different? Why do you think is cool for somebody to follow somebody because they think they're committing the cry now I'm thinking like for me that's abnormal to do that. I will certainly never do that to nobody. You know what I'm saying don't follow somebody around 'cause I. Think they don't belong over here totally different mentality but I, kept seeing a lot of the conservatives that I used to listen to. almost condoning this year you know what I'm saying and then Mike Brown happening. Then what was the tipping point for me really was to Mir rice yeah. When that happened man it was it was I had to really start to reexamine some things as one of the first books that I There's a couple of books actually one of the first books that I read and I really started getting me to change their views was a book read summer and I read that book cover discovery was about the race riots in Nineteen nineteen. Yes. Never happened in all over the country and that was something that really opened my eyes because. I started learning about, for example, the black soldiers who fought in. World. War One, the Harlem Hell fighters, and this that the other that went over to fight against the Germans and the. How the United States treated, those soldiers are basically handed them over to the French within told the France they'll be nice to those negroes got to be. We don't want them coming back home thinking that they're going to be treated equally and all this Kinda Shit you know. And then re how some of those soldiers retreating when they came back home and they're reading about all the rights and things like that, and some of the stuff that was going on behind the scenes I said well, Bam. Here than it is history when I was a kid after. And then. The other book they're really really did it was when affirmative action was white once I started rehab. Even. With you didn't pick the UN pick the heaviest. Yes. Once, I, read that. Shattered the whole. It was his all that bootstrapped. Total lie yeah. You know what? I'm saying by his I'd do this this. This was a total that Amli no picking yourself. They didn't do that Shit. Ain't no boost of they stole your damn boots giant blocks it right exactly. So Once I figured that once I started seeing on that it was very easy for me to transition over to where I'm at. Now you know what I'm saying I'M NOT GONNA sit here and call myself a leftist. Throw. A. Democrat. Hail. Now, now, who wouldn't say that? No, I never I didn't grow up around anybody that was a conservative grew up around everybody was Democrat. Democrat and the same thing you've Democrat because they're they're good in the Republicans a bear Ronald Reagan's the devil stores w George H, w Bush was. I remember. He's the devil devil. And his son is son of the devil, right? Okay. Dancing cracks. Damian. Once but once saw was. Funny How do these things where he'd be like Damn I can't believe I just seen that nine eleven changed everything for me. nine eleven changed everything. That's when I became politically literate. Okay. I made sure. I paid attention I. Don't know why. But I made sure I paid attention to everything because I wanted to see what this was Goin' and I didn't I didn't remember I remember it happening but I didn't remember World Trade Center in one, thousand, nine, hundred, three, I didn't remember the Gulf War Nine, hundred, ninety, one, I remember it happened but I didn't understand why. Storm Yeah I didn't understand what their slant drilling and all this other I didn't know anything about that stuff. So once nine eleven happened, that's when I started fishing. I just kept on fishing fishing. Documentaries came out loose change. That's when I found out who Alex Jones was and that back that time. Alex. Jones. Was the government is trying to do this that and the third and you were thinking that he was a leftist the way he sounded. You know what I mean. But then rock Obama became president. That's when shit hit the fan. Wants Brock about and people can say whatever you won't. He ain't even in black American and he's not eighty. Out in look at it like that I was looking at it for what it was politically. That's when I started seeing everybody just I mean people that you wouldn't believe. Come out of woodwork racist in a month. And I was like Oh. Okay. Damn this is I mean the talking points were horrible and it wasn't even it wasn't even just because he was black when I looked at nine eleven and I looked at the political side of things are how the government was literally still in taxpayer money. And Korean hit squad like Blackwater and sending them over to Afghanistan and I lost a partner mind in Afghanistan in Volusia back in two thousand six. You know what? I'm saying he went over there and got blown by bomb. From the hood from around the way. and He went over his his dad put him out and he joined the military and that was worse than he did. You know what I'm saying but when I started recognizing where the money was going I started paying attention to the money side thing you know what I mean when I started finding out what nine eleven was really all about. You know who quote co conspiracy of things and I'm GonNa get into all of that but you know when? I seen them when they started going to war, I started hearing about how kb are and Halliburton is was outsourced by the Federal Government is owned by Dick Cheney, like all these things I was like Minnesota this thing the president don't. mean. Shit. Right, this is a big gain. That's when they were called Neo con. The Neo Conservatives Brat right I know what? I'm saying Philip Zella cow all those do that grew up the drew up the strategy for them the Iraq war, and all those kind of things I started reading about these dudes and I started recognizing and understanding propaganda. You probably heard me bring this up before but I remember sitting in my grandmother's house and this is when the the war in Afghanistan was hot two, thousand and four, thousand, three and I remember. The history channel putting on the Bible. And the Bible in on that show on the Bible Code they talked about how if you if you decipher this in the Bible tells you about all the I remember the whole Bible Cohen Cranes. Yay. Tower is in the Bible and. Lonzo name is in the by. Boko. then. Okay. Yeah. This bullshit. If I know how many people don't And I don't even I. Don't even know if you can find that episode of the Bible Code on Youtube I don't think it exists. The simple fact that they're using propaganda there hammering at home the hammered that propaganda home. So then transferred that into how we are told who to vote for. We're told the vote for Joe Biden but then luckily, thank God for the Internet we can go back and find videos to him about that crime bill. I can go back and find out the shit that he was saying about black people in the seventies and the sixties sound like a Republican man exactly half Lamy partisan. What man much loved ice tea he said the same thing he said on twitter I'm not a democrat. He said they're both two wings on the same bird. ooh Democrats and Republicans you know what I mean don't tell Somebody's Democrats these black they will democrats that. We. All got family members that fall victim to that stuff. You know what I mean. My Grandmother.
"sharks" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"Around discharge a negligent discharges. You've got your finger on the trigger. You ruined the shipment playing around on your phone or something accidentally squeezed the trigger. Not. Around on. Right. So that's one you can actually be charged with a crime for you know what I'm saying. Really if you want to for for for accidental discharges, they have them all the time, the military, the army they have in the marines they have home every branch of the military has them. I think I was reading somewhere where they had a thing to tanks fired at each other on. Wow. Yeah. So For someone to sit there and and and make a big deal out of the accidental discharge that just goes to show to me that number one. They just look into troll. Any little thing happens anyway because they don't like what's going on with that movement into, they don't have very extensive training USA firearms at all. Negligent, excuse me accidental discharges happened all the time they have at gun ranges. You saw that one situation where the guy was the. Little girl how to shoot. And then she ended up killing the guy because he was helping her to fire fully automatic weapon. No. Didn't. You know she couldn't get control eleven and bit went off and he doesn't get hit and by you know what I'm saying stuff like that half its bandage, it's Going on youtube and just type accidental discharge. Thousands of videos pop up with people at gun ranges people, military exercises, whatever. Is a normal part of unfortunately unfortunately right you know what I'm saying and this thing then there's no one guy seriously hurt. In the scenario at the hands what I heard was actually they explained by this. They, it was actually somebody who passed out due to heat exhaustion. Yes. Because it was damn near one hundred degrees in in Louisville. and. So they had been standing out for a few hours or what have you know what in the area where they staged at and then die feel woozy he passed out in the he handed his wife, his weapon or as bureau whoever was with him had her the weapon and she didn't she wasn't the one who was fully trained on with do is kind of like an abrupt hand for passed out. She ended up dropping the thing and it went on went off. So, you know if that's the case. In Oh shit happens. The trolls were were. All man and that was. Says more about them than it says about anything half. and. For those don't know grandmaster is a brother that started a militia called the NFC w believes go ain't. fucking around. Yeah. Not fucking around. I love that name here. Bam's. Dearly. But this topic of somebody is quote unquote the feds someone is an agent is starting to become so rampant. Role and historically, the Black Panther party is a perfect example of when somebody is the feds you know when the feds ones the one thing about the federal government will just said, instead say the fans 'cause you know Nigga call police. Name that couldn't be further from this week but the federal government when the federal government is investigating. There's GONNA be consequences and repercussions can lead to one of two things imprisonment or death. ooh. It isn't going to be some they're gonNA investigate, and then give you a ticket. If the federal government is investigating, you trust me when they come to get you. They got everything they need. For years yes. All these all the big time drug dealers and back in the eighties and the ratio edmonds and all those dudes when they got caught, they were done. Is Very Rare. You know I think the federal the federal government has a ninety eight percent conviction rate. Something like that think it's nine, hundred, Ninety, eight percent, and most of the people take a pleat because they know they can win. You know what I mean Something that happened recently, I was reading an article about a brother down in Los Angeles who is ex gang member who was brought a truce between two gangs Mexican gangs in black game, and this brother is putting in a lot of work seeing a lot of his videos on a via a Alex Lonzo. Gangs a cadillac videos and his brothers sincerely trying to put together truth What research that I did is that started in the prison where the Mexican mafia in prison was reaching now stand yeah it's time to end this. You know. It was somebody that he knew or something like that. That will. Shock Collar and the Mexican mafia and they got together because they are understanding in Los, Angeles the community, some of these Hulu literally right around the corner from each and so you got the black gangs Latino gangs, a lot of them are grew up together. Having says, we just impose facility like that. So you got a lot of a lot of Latino who is that are actually in the sainthood or in the same area as Black Grenville they just both individually just did their being of what have you. So you know who's been known each other since they were little kids used to. They ran into each other prison and they talked about you know become. Squashing the beef that they're to babyhood had. and. These beefs have been going on. For. Thirty years. You D for decades for. Decades. Very bloody beats where people that loved ones been killed. A lot of. A lot of prison time handed out behind that beef about the you know these two older guys out together and say you know it's time to put a stop to this I. couldn't believe it. You know. I I. I was still amazed that it actually happened but they they made it half you know in that was thanks lars part you know I it ain't no secret who man is a big call them doc here little doctrine. Yeah and and he was one of those guys that have passed and did things when he was younger without. Serve his time paid his debt side he got out. He was trying to make a better life for himself and. He's tired of this stuff and he wants to build a community efforts destroy right. That's what we always want people to strive do absolutely and so by stopping that beef man that that was a huge huge thing in la you got to kind of beef later really understood not really but. To understand what that's like man. Deep. Those beefs go right. That the hatred runs deep right and so for them to squash all of that come together in unity of was a major thing, and now all of a sudden this guy gets picked up. In a federal regal case yes. I guess the next thing that they're going to be trying to put the kingpin exemption autumn or black. About, when I was talking about being indicted by the feds mile in my own personal life, I've gotten in trouble when I was younger, he's he can do a lot of trump when I was twenty two years old I got indicted by the Federal Government for some stupid shit in ended up ended up being dropped because it wasn't really it had nothing to do with me. But when you talk about getting indicted by the feds especially on a Rico case, the Rico laws for like mob figures. That's for like John Gotti you know traffic, Khantay all these different people. So when you got a brother here who is creating peace The Peace Peace that's been going on from what I'm and I'm on the outside looking in after Nipsy Russell got killed. There's been peace between the rolling sixties and HR against that, which is immortal beef that's been going on since nineteen seventy, nine lot of lives law breath. There's peace there. Now you got Mexican gangs in black gangs piecing up but when you see the federal government step in and take this guy off the street for something that. Happened supposedly allegedly had had.
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"Much are people willing to take out I? Mean we saw I saw video today with that one do an. Twelve million to twelve, million, four, forty, seven, thousand Los Angeles. Just La. My Lord that we only got eight million people here period in the whole state. But that's also why it's been. So easily easily easy to manage this pandemic here you know when you go into a store in Portland man, you ain't nobody without a Moscow. Just. As they're gonNA look at you like crazy you stance and we only we only have we average about three hundred people positive day tours and other places. They got twelve, hundred, fifteen, hundred all that kind of stuff. So but Ammon Bundy, you remember him from the Bundy Rancher Cliven Bundy kid rock eminem Bundy made a video today talking about defending the police he said he was going to go out march with black lives matter. Yeah. I heard about that I heard about that and There's a lot of mixed reaction to that would. Supremacist which is all of his fans flipped out bid they bid. Flipping. Out You know always the same excuse. Oh, come to Minneapolis I'll show you you don't even live there. Right? Always haven't you seen dot dot dot city he's. With his his. Thing about. Government overreach on this kind of stuff you know what I'm saying so. I. Respect. If he's if he's genuine with it yeah. I'm not fucking with him but no, no, no I I could definitely He's more consistent than a lot of these other conservatives are because a lot of these people are just loving the fact that the fans are going in there and then I'm like well Dan. What about Bundy ranch? Patriots. You're gonNA take our guns and all this other bullshit I'm talking about now all of a sudden you don't not dripping off net. It's not a big deal now. A splice together. It was on the daily show they spliced together a clip of. All these Fox News contributors and hosts talking about how horrible? How good that the fans are going into Fort Lyndon Seattle, and they taking people out of their this that and the third then they. Gathered with of the exact same people in two thousand fourteen. About the Bundy ranch situation that they will not government overreach the fans to get out of their. Guns and tailoring American people. This is unacceptable. You know what I mean it was his outright. They were they were tripping about when they were here in Oregon. That fish and wildlife that federal way forget about. It was literally a standoff. Right some people got killed up there. killed. So but they what were they saying? There's too much government too much too much government too much government government overreach I told somebody today I said you know when it comes to these people you. Re listened for the code words. Black lives matters a coworker nigger. and. If you white supporting black lives matter that means you're nigger lover. When they call you live your nigger lover. You know what? I'm saying you get that through your head you'll understand everything. Easily. Man. Yeah you still video with your man in Arkansas. Video Yeah, man. Standing there with nine that's it. He didn't say nothing people whose this. Business and they were pulling up you've ever be gone. I'll be back in about fifteen minutes you've been asked. About to say the wonders when I get back here, you not be here. Yeah. And no way you know why they're comfortable saying because law enforcement not protect them. You know long-form is not going if law enforcement protected the citizens, the way they're supposed to, they wouldn't feel comfortable doing that. I know but they know that the law enforcement has their bags. So you know it's IT'S A. It's crazy because. You Know Herman Cain died been reading about that. You know McCain was one of those for nobody for everybody that doesn't remember Herman Herman Cain was the CEO Godfather Pizza which I've never had got the piece but I never heard anything good about it Dafa left here when I was a kid he's. Not even here we barely got Ph rose here. He was CEO Godfather Pizza and he was one of the main people that was going to the trump rally talking about not wearing a mask and we tired of this we put up with it. He came up with covert nineteen and passed away. Yeah. Man in one of the One of his little acolytes says up real slick on on twitter about that on twitter or facebook one of the social media platforms and she says, you got all these Democrats and liberals in celebrities. Cold lead in vain nine dying. Chained is this is not fair. Theft. Newest conspiracy. Everything is the the last in the Spot that we're dying wait a minute. What nobody that voted Democrat die from covid nineteen his. All right. What about all the people dying in California right man? Real. Up here. You know what I'm saying we got about nine hundred people died so far. It's just crazy man it's crazy. I got a partner that works at a grocery store and somebody at the grocery store came up with and he was tripping because they wouldn't tell them who it was and I said when it came. The violate HIP and they'll get sued but I understand what you're saying you know what I mean because I thought but I told him I said d'ombre this how much of this shit is affecting your brain as compared to affecting your immediate community When you go when you go home, do you know anybody your neighbor that hasn't he said no as there. So you know more people that's on TV. And in the media that has it or had it or know something about it then people that live in your own neighborhood. You. Can't let it get to you like that man because I'm GonNa tell you right now to people that are gonNA make a Lotta money, the doctors, and the therapists I'll the therapist is going to have a top hat and a monocle on like the monopoly man. There's a lot of people finding out. They need their man this Shit Cova should his trip people out. Are Losing by, but it's funny because you starting to see a lot of things and you really find out who people are and oh. Yes. Amazing things behold. The reckless people. Girl blew herself. Near, blew herself up, trying to standard do car on fire. And Bluer into the car. Would you even see people, young people and I told, my daughters I get it. Man You believe that you're invincible. I remember what it was like being sixteen I thought I was invincible too. And I told her I said, but don't get it twisted. I said there's a girl in Atlanta that that party as soon as they opened up the state of Georgia of she threw a party and she swear up and down she was she was going cancel the party, but she didn't because so many people was common but instead she wasn't gonna go but she went anyway it was there for about five ten minutes came up with Kobe. You know what? I'm saying she said she went inside the Party and there was people on the hookah straws and. Other oh yeah. Right. On the hookah. Holiday. Hookah straws man. But something I wanted to talk about man because you know a lot of people this trend going on with the brother Grand Master Jay, and now they're saying they think he's the Fed, he's the he's the he's an agent. He's the feds in all because he did a video the other day about guess he had his m sixteen and he was showing how he banged on the ground in the chamber kind of moves like a innocent fire you like gun go off and it was a lot of people tell me I was in the Marines I never even heard that I never been in the military and I've heard of it right? Discharge there's two types of discharges. There's either see me a negligent discharge or an accidental discharge an accidental discharge. It could be you know drafted and it wasn't a draft group weapon Grad, discharges bike. Or something like that or eat Dada gun was unloaded and you know something happened.
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"Hitting people and people's fighting back. The only things I thought I was that was weird as lobbies federal police officers, dues I understand that I was like, why did you do so little? You know what I'm saying like are they federal police? Are they cops from another jurisdiction in another state just sent over here because it? was like many bills they was they was beating people you know they do they do a lot what they always do they pick on the weak people. So you a weak person like I've I've seen a lot of videos now heard stories from people here in town about certain people that were walking by themselves and the federal jumped out the van just snatch them up, beat him up and threw him out the van down the street. Bam, Okay Yeah, you know what I'm saying or they shooting they shoot the rubber bullet guns at people and I guess in the rubber bullet gun, there's a there's levels to it. You know what I mean like you don't have to shoot at the highest level, but that's what they've been doing and they take chunks of people's foreheads shit. Up there is where the guy was shot the hand with a tear gas canister. Lost the damn thing inside of the Guy Skull. So it's been, it's been wild with that in the protest. Trying to explain to people in twitter's like man, you can't be surprised by any of this because there's been going on in Portland for twenty years when it comes to protest and I mean the WTO protests that happened that was in two, thousand, eight, I think that was crazy. Actually got stuck downtown you're talking about the whole. What was it called? I'm having baby Te'o is WTO was what was the name of? The movement behind those that was. Occupied by. Now it was crazy in Portland and in Seattle so. Brent. You know protests and in Portland is like peanut butter and jelly like. As as Mother's milk, Greg. Yes. So now there's also been some confusion about which agencies are specifically there. You know you hear offer the US marshals there her department of Homeland Security Ain't. And stuff. Yeah. Isis their yeah. Customs enforcement all this type of stuff and. So the confused, I guess people when they take these people away they don't know where they're going and then when they get there, they're kind of just let people go. They'll ask him questions. And then they let bill or whatever. So it's kind of like what the Hell is purposive. When downtown Portland you see. Department homeland, security trucks all the time. They've always been here. This is the thing about all these different agencies they've always been here. They came here after the Patriot Act Rumsfeld and all those John Ashcroft and all of them they're the ones that went to wants the Patriot Act came in they started beefing up security at the airports and things like that. So you got a lot more customs agents department of Homeland Security now the problem is these people aren't they're not trained police so that they can. End Up in a bad situations but they've always been here when you get anywhere near the courthouse downtown, you're GonNa see Department of Homeland Security now I don't I didn't see any ice officers in like that, and this is the crazy thing. Is that the neighborhood where I should be you don't ever see ice over there I'm not GonNa say when neighborhood it is but the neighborhood where I should be never see them over there. For is to be downtown. I wonder what they was gonNA do. Because this majority white people down there straight up. The majority white people downtown. That's how it usually goes in Portland where the protests will initially start where's everybody down there. Then after a while everybody else is like, okay you're going too far. The demographics for those protests is a really We I. Mean Black Portland is. This is this is the crazy thing about Portland is a lot like Seattle. There are black people here, but it's like herding cats to find them all. Because Gypsum vacation destroy North North and northeast. Portland so bad that black people are literally just sprawled out everywhere you giving him wherever you can fit in or you laughed. So I think forty five percent of the population of left Portland in the last twenty five years. Yeah. I mean there was a point in time in north northeast or them where you can go all day and don't see know why people. But. That was in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five you know what? I'm saying Oh, the neighborhood that I grew up in was all black. It's literally the only black people in that neighborhood is my pops as it. You know what I'm saying is bad and even some of the white people that I remember when I was growing up even they don't even like. They they don't even like the guy a guy man is doing Mr Jim. He'd been living in my grandmother's neighborhood since nineteen seventy one. And he can't even he and he's a Republican is focused public in Rhode. Stand white people. White People neighborhood and you know what grandmother passed. Eleven he was at the funeral and that he was like, yeah, I guess the neighborhood is changing I'm like you think right you know what I'm saying. So Portland is a weird place because the demographics change. So rapidly you know people are still talking about justification in San Francisco in Brooklyn and places like that. It's over here done. It's a done deal. DAMN THIRD GENERATION Defies over there right. So yeah, you know what I'm saying. So but as far as the police you know even you know you even have a police officers that are like confused as to what they should be doing. because. They don't know how to protect the federal police and they're not used to protect citizen. So they don't know what the hell to do you know. So the governor stepping up she's you know she's gotTa give Governor Kate Brown some respect because she not only has that on hand but she got this damn pandemic trying to open up schools. We're going district here. And I just got an email saying that we're not there ain't nobody going to be no school buildings until November. Going to be all long distance learning from September second all the way to November. Yeah that's that's a whole. Yeah Yeah we just They're talking about doing everything online down here as well, and so you don't be a long summer my kids they're getting antsy they ready to go back to school and you know my son is his senior year man so. Yeah. seventeen-year-old Mattis's Senior Year Swan Song Yeah Damn I ain't GonNa get the dependent man I'm like hey. Health I you gotTa keep that in perspective and everything in perspective, but it's hard for kids to kind of You know see that he wanted to live his life man mean it was hard for me. I got a sixteen year old daughter I can't keep her in the house is much like There's only so much. You can do. You know what I'm saying with what are people doing though that's what I'm. Like. Well you know kids kids will find. Some. Kids will find something to do. Summer but grownups meticulous home. Right. Doing shy doing shit but we're getting read ma'am. I haven't been able to deal with them. We of started going out a little bit when they cut open enough things again, a little bit restaurants there's like that but you know they seem like say closed it back down as soon as they open it up man. The down down? In California. Now telling my boy he lives down there now and he was kind of tripping on how they shut it down and he was a man what's it like up there back home in Portland I said well, you remember Y'all got more kids than we have entire population here. You don't eight million people in the state of Oregon. I don't know what the population is in California but I'm sure three three or four times that. Shit is probably about seven million Los. Angeles. Young more kids y'all got to worry about kids. It's going to school. But what are these protests and stuff going on in in the Federal Police is interested. What's going to be interesting is how you know when you go to certain cities, how.
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On out there. Yeah. But you mean Mario was talking off the air in something. You know we wanted to address this whole idea of quote unquote the feds what's going on with you live I'm here in. PORTLAND. So. I get offended sometimes people who have these assumptions about what's going on in Portland when it comes to these federal police officers that are here, and there's a lot of things going on when it comes to the federal government right now and how the infiltrating groups gangs, all kinds of going on right now. You must be you want to speak on Mario well first of all, let's let's let's keep Kinney and prayer because you know at any given moment Kenny can be of deductive and west of the unmarked car. If we don't want that to happen, you know what I'm saying I can is very active. He gets outside and business thing on my bike Leila's by with with with taking safety precaution with his mask and all that those who don't want Kenny they swooped in on mark. Vehicle. TAKE IT TO AN UNDISCLOSED LOCATION In the woods somewhere, right? Exactly. No was reporting now some of the stuff. Going with better with the fans particularly in your in your area, your neck of the woods Portland in in the in the northwest period. Extends all. Stems from Donald Trump, telling William bar to get more active in you know unleash the fans on the people right and so you saw what happened they came with a heavy hand up there in Portland and Seattle, and now we're getting reports of going into other parts of the country to hear some stuff happening in. Chicago we I stuff stuff maybe happening in New York and so it seems that they have a strategy that they're trying to follow and. So far. I gotta give it to Portland. I've talked about this the other day off the Air I'll say man, I tell you what you can say whatever you want about four the man. But you know soon as those fair star cracking down, they didn't bow and they came back out stronger in. It got so bad was like challenge accepted. The protest went to the mayor's house I'll wear it I didn't even hear about that protest and went to the mayor's house the Mayor March with the people and he tear gas. I did hear something about that. Yeah. I. Did hear something about that. Yeah. In the governor the Governor Kate. Brown. Now, she's stepping up saying that the organ police will not even the Portland police. The state police are GONNA be protecting the protesters. So That's why twenty the you know with a chance to see cop on cop violence. Oh. Okay. So that's what bad was. Okay. Till the state, the Oregon State police are protecting protesters near the courthouse downtown and near the federal building. Downtown. And those federal, those federal police officers are outnumbered. So let me ask a little. Let me ask you some of the layout of downtown Portland because this is what this is one of the things as fusing from what I understand. They only have so much authority to work down there as far as talking about the federal agents. Yeah. They're they're Michigan is supposed to protect the federal buildings. Staff. Is that where the majority of the protests happening or or the federal building? This is how small downtown. Seattle Houston downtown Seattle downtown Seattle Looks Damn near identical to downtown. Portland is just downtown Seattle is five times bigger. So downtown Portland you have pyner square you have the federal building and literally two blocks over you have the Oregon courthouse. So the protesters are down there and both places there in the end the Police Department of Justice Center across the street from the courthouse so you have protesters at the police station you have protesters. At the Justice Center and have protests at the federal building. Now, this is what people understand. The federal police have already been here because they protect the federal building. So this is not anything new about federal police being here and they've always been here. You know what I mean is just that they brought in extra ones from different places to I guess enforce they're going they're going places that aren't the federal building you know what I'm. Saying their front of the police station and the different places, and what happened is they started hurting people they started.
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"Kroll releases for port, making several recommendations and one of those recommendations in there was to one to increase investment into it. Consultants Investigative Consultants are icees, I Caesar Basically former NYPD officers that are working for the administration of Children's services and are going to be a first line of defense. When there's an there's an allegation of serious abuse or neglect, so something like I said the majority of allegations, first of all are not substantiated, but are things like poverty related like not enough food like not enough clothes, etc, etc, for the few that are child was burned raped. Raped her brutally be in that the police would be involved, and so they also have something where it's like a training academy were acs, in NYPD will be Chinese together, and then the third component is that crawls strongly recommended and praised acs for using data driven predictive analytics, and so the biggest change that a they said this should be made is an augmenting of the Memorandum of understanding, between ACS and Nypd what that means is that ACS typically would not have access like say if they were conducting an investigation to the parents or the adults in the homes like police record criminal record. And the same for vice versa, but they were saying that you know they should be able to share information across different data sets and so you know understanding what's happening with predictive analytics with the police with David Hanzel, the report and to see how like he's terrible, but he's very much aligned with this report, and he also his job previous to becoming ACS Commissioner was working for KPMG, so it's. It's not surprising that like to global private firms. Let's find alignment year and so many things, and this is what I think. really shows what you were talking about. Before about how you saying live your interest, seem disparate. There's a lot more overlap in his readily obvious, because you know a lot of your in data and surveillance. Stuff really does tie into into this stuff you're talking about. This Guy Bri like like you talked about those. Predictive things that they're bringing into play in when you articles you talk about alert media and our Brian Brian Gruber and you talk about. Something called a child stat. I wasn't sure what child stat was. Basically the..
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