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Thomas Markle Suggests Oprah Is ‘Playing’ Meghan and Harry in Latest Interview

The Adam Carolla Show

01:57 min | 6 d ago

Thomas Markle Suggests Oprah Is ‘Playing’ Meghan and Harry in Latest Interview

"Let's let's cleanse our palate with a little bit of meghan markle's dad. Tmz reports at thomas markle says he and prince charles have one thing in common. They both been ghosted by. Meghan harry and He's not a fan of oprah and he kinda like kinda calls harry a cock in his own way. Here's a clip from his recent sixty minutes australia interview. I think oprah. Winfrey is playing harry and meghan to go. She's using them to build her network and build. A new show. Needs all the help. i think she's taking advantage of very weakened man and getting him to say things that you just shouldn't be saying on television. So you think are saying i guess the frailties of harry and meghan it and decided to cash in on that i think so. Now she'll she'll disagree of course and she might even assuming i don't care but the bottom line is it seems to me. She's working harry. Is there really bad green green. Maybe with australia sixty minutes australia. Max padded we have harry with with the oprah that old clip calling. Everyone a racist. Remember what he worked to halloween that year. Oh what s uniform. I'm glad that everyone's done something. So this is from Heyman oprah couple of weeks ago apple. tv show together. The feeling of being trapped within the family is. There was no option to leave eventually. When i made that decision for my family i restored. You can't do this as well. How 'bout is after. Get until i am able to do this. She was going to end their life. Should have to get to that.

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Bob Dylan Celebrates 80th Birthday

The World and Everything In It

01:32 min | 3 weeks ago

Bob Dylan Celebrates 80th Birthday

"Robert allen zimmerman was born may twenty fourth. Nineteen one who you might ask in college. Zimmerman adopted a stage. Name bob dylan. He celebrates his eightieth birthday. Today brand is blowing in the way. In addition to musical chops the minnesota dylan became an artist writer producer and nobel prize laureate. He dropped out of college and moved to the big apple where his lyrical skill began to shine. He wrote blowing in the wind in just ten minutes and his song showed a deep complexity that caused the new york folks team to turn its gaze to the up and coming songwriter he told. Cbs is sixty minutes in two thousand and four that his creativity came from a wellspring surprised. Even him tro this there's a magic to that and it's not Siegfried and roy magic. You know it's a different kind of penetrating magic near fatal motorcycle. Accident in nineteen sixty six led to a long recovery the night shift in his music from folk to rock dylan reinvented himself over the years musically and religiously he grew up jewish then profess to conversion to evangelical christianity and nineteen seventy-nine. Then back to judaism again over the course of his sixty year career. He's been named many halls of fame and received many awards including a presidential medal of freedom. Tin grammys a golden globe and an academy award

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How to Make Your Podcast One-of-a-Kind

Podcasting Q&A

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

How to Make Your Podcast One-of-a-Kind

"With millions of podcasts out there bet you're wondering can i create a unique show and the answer is yes you can't. There's no one else out there with your perspective on a topic that you want to cover so that in mind here are some tips on how you can create a show. That's one of a kind. The first thing to consider is your podcast format. There lots of podcasts. Out there that have a host interviewing or even co-hosts who bantered with each other and he wanted to either of those formats. That's fine what i would consider is to add in different segments to break it up and make it more unique so some examples could be listener submitted questions a lightning rod for the guests at the end of each episode or even bringing on a sponsor to interview them on a topic. That's based around your podcast. Something else to consider is to length of your show so most podcasts or either thirty or sixty minutes long. Maybe you want to consider show. That's twenty five minutes long or forty five minutes long. When you incorporate both of these elements your show is going to be different than anything. Your listeners have ever heard. The second thing to consider is to really lead into your perspective. Whatever that is so for example. Let's say cooking is the topic and your perspective is home. Cooking reigns supreme or rush on cooking. Far better than anything you can cook at home. Taking the angle were home. Cooking is gray. Maybe create a show around some equipment. That home cooks can use. Or if you wanna take the perspective. That restaurant cooking is superior you can show around interviewing restaurant chefs and some of the techniques that they use to make their food amazing. Don't be afraid to your opinion on the show. Your perspective is what's going to make your podcast unique so the more you can lean into that the war your show out

The WiFi Frag Attacks - DarkSide

Security Now

01:57 min | Last month

The WiFi Frag Attacks - DarkSide

"It is getting crazy out there but there is nobody better report. That than mr. Steve gibson the host of security now. Hi steve yolande. Oh what's up. Great to be with you again. well The the big news at the issues like a week ago. was the announcement of some new attacks on wifi. So i thought okay. That's where we're gonna talk about but then we just kept getting more news at as our last week's episode was titled from the dark side. So we're going to follow up on last week's news from the dark side with a surprising amount of the happenings including the dark webs rejection of further ransomware we look at bitcoin analytics which are used to follow the dark money as it moves around We've got mixed signals now coming from the dark side group themselves and something is really interesting. I when i was digging around. I found a live list of more than two thousand ransomware tax during the just the past two years that is posted and maintained on the dark web We're also going to cover last week's patch tuesday because this is the third tuesday of the month. We don't want to miss that We've got a bit miscellany Including leo view sauce. A sixty minutes from sunday the second of this of the three segments that sixty minutes always does do three per per sunday was on the unidentified aerial phenomena task force which is actually a thing.

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What Your Pre-Run Warmup Routine Should Look Like

Another Mother Runner

02:31 min | Last month

What Your Pre-Run Warmup Routine Should Look Like

"Let's Hop on over to those questions and this is from jenny who wonders about warm ups and she seems to have stopped to call in this question. Which i know you always love. Hey guys it is. Jenny from allen texas and i m in the warm up a temple workout in one of your half marathon training plans and then just thinking should i be doing strides in this one. Look like in the one mile warmer i into some work I worry about this Wonder it and say that you can answer this question. Take care guys many happy. Well hello jenny. Speaking of the portland retreat or forward to seeing you add it. I know you and some of your buddies from texas convening here so looking forward to that okay all right back to your question i agree. It can seem jarring to jump into a really challenging. You know kinda turn on the turbo jets to do tempo. Or you know other speedier work after quote unquote just a mile or two warm-up i find the older i get the more time i need to warm up so i'll share what i do But i coach timoti offer guidance. Well i think i think The amount of warm up you need directly correlates with age. So i mean i feel like you know if you were a twenty five mile would feel really long. Can't we just get this workout. So i think you know what we did in most the train like a mother plan. Is we try to be super efficient with your time knowing that. You know we don't want to give you. I mean there are some plans for sure that have longer than sixty minutes on the weekdays marathon and training plans and that kind of thing because you have to put into mileage there but we really want to make you know be able to give you work outs. That are compact bite size and doable as possible. So the good news is that you can add anything like as long as you're going at an easy pace you can easily add onto a warm up at onto a cool down. There is no problem there. So if two miles feels better if two and a half miles feels better. You can absolutely do that. You're going to talk a little bit about dynamic warm ups so we can talk about that as well. That might also be a good way to kind of get your body blood flowing and then go into a mile but if you feel like you need one point three miles one point. Seven miles in your schedule allows for

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Tips That Will Massively Improve Your Sales Webinars

The $100 MBA Show

02:10 min | Last month

Tips That Will Massively Improve Your Sales Webinars

"Laura things a lot of people talk about is hell painful. It is to run a webinar and not make as many sales as you actually anticipate or hope to. I've learned the hard way time and time again. And tweak my saleswoman a presentation over and over to find out what really works and today i'm just gonna give it to you. I'm gonna give you the three things that if you do today in your next sales webinar. It's going to change your results. It's going to help you get more sales. This is what i found in my own experience. So let's jump right into it. The first tip is many of us when we run a sales webinar. We have the format of doing some sort of workshop training or coaching followed up with a demo or presentation or sales pitch of our product and then we have cuny. The problem is is that too many of us will say the women are sixteen minutes. We will maybe teach for forty five minutes get into our demo and pitch and because we don't have much time left to answer a few questions and we may even go over time and the webinar about an hour and fifteen minutes in this defeats. The purpose of a saleswoman are. The whole point of this was webinars to make sales. Okay so it needs to be your top priority. And i been guilty of this many times. And i actually didn't learn what i was doing wrong until i actually started asking feedback from people that attended my weber my My co hosts. If i did a partner webinar and they were just awesome. He told me that. Neil going to longer babies to content heavy and that was my fault because i come from teaching background. I just wanna give give give and teach teach teach. But i'm actually doing my customers a disservice because i'm not giving them enough time to learn about the product of the solution. That's gonna really help them and give them chances to ask questions about it. So what i found. Is that if you're going to run a sixty minute webinar. I find that the best breakdown is twenty five. Twenty fifteen now. This may feel a little bit uncomfortable but trust me twenty five minutes of content of workshop. This includes your introduction your backstory all that kind of stuff and given them great information

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Kuznetsov lifts Capitals past Islanders 1-0 in shootout

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Kuznetsov lifts Capitals past Islanders 1-0 in shootout

"After sixty minutes of scoreless regulation hockey and then another five scoreless three on three the capitals finally put things away in the shoot out and beat the islanders one to nothing Anthony Beauvillier got the aisles on the board first in the shoot out but Washington bounced right back with a tally from Nicklas Backstrom then the winner from again you could not solve but with twenty six saves in the shutout caps defenseman John Carlson says Ilya Samsonov was the real star of the game now aren't just good saves ever great saves every time they did break through us and now that was that was the difference send me on very long bug was also solid making twenty eight saves for the aisles while you guys

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Snow Moon (MM #3630)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Snow Moon (MM #3630)

"The with kevin mason a little bit outta sorts the last day or two. It's because of the full moon. Yesterday was the snow moon. So we're in that full moon zone if you will. I've talked about the effects of the full moon before but just recently a study came out saying that right around the full moon you actually get less sleep and in fact usually the night before a full moon you get anywhere from forty five to sixty minutes less and there's nothing you can do about it. It's all the body reacting to what's going on with the earth and the moon that's out in the stars particularly in this case the moon. I'll be honest. I've always been fascinated with the study of the moon. But i don't understand truly why it affects us so greatly you would think the sun would affect us more in a way it does but the mood is still so powerful even though it revolves around us and we don't revolve around it. So if you felt that discord if you felt that unease it on the full moon or at least. That's what i'm doing. I've had an issue sleep in the last couple of days and maybe it is the moon for me. It's also the weather changing too and that's not helping.

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Snow Moon (MM #3630)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Snow Moon (MM #3630)

"The with kevin mason a little bit outta sorts the last day or two. It's because of the full moon. Yesterday was the snow moon. So we're in that full moon zone if you will. I've talked about the effects of the full moon before but just recently a study came out saying that right around the full moon you actually get less sleep and in fact usually the night before a full moon you get anywhere from forty five to sixty minutes less and there's nothing you can do about it. It's all the body reacting to what's going on with the earth and the moon that's out in the stars particularly in this case the moon. I'll be honest. I've always been fascinated with the study of the moon. But i don't understand truly why it affects us so greatly you would think the sun would affect us more in a way it does but the mood is still so powerful even though it revolves around us and we don't revolve around it. So if you felt that discord if you felt that unease it on the full moon or at least. That's what i'm doing. I've had an issue sleep in the last couple of days and maybe it is the moon for me. It's also the weather changing too and that's not helping.

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Frances ANSII warns of a longrunning Sandworm campaign

The CyberWire

06:04 min | 4 months ago

Frances ANSII warns of a longrunning Sandworm campaign

"French authorities specifically the information security agency. Ansi said yesterday that they determined a russian threat. Actor has been active against french targets from two thousand seventeen to twenty twenty ansi. Didn't flatly say which group was responsible but it did note. According to reuters that similar tactics techniques and procedures had been seen in use by sand worm also known as voodoo bear and operation belonging to russia's gru military intelligence service and see has also made a detailed technical report available. The attackers dropped back doors as web shells in their targets. The operation appears to have been another software supply chain attack with the attackers working their way in through century on products used for it monitoring and see didn't say how many victims there had been but the agency indicated that most of them were it service firms especially web hosting providers the similarity in targeting in approach to the so laura gate campaign in the us is obvious. Centurions customer profile is similar to that of solar wins the paris based firm lists more than six hundred customers worldwide including local and regional government agencies. There's no informed official conjecture about the goals of the campaign that exploited century on yet but wired quotes industry. Expert says observing that. Sandra has a track record of disruption and destruction and hasn't confined itself to simple data theft century on hadn't as of this morning posted any statement about the incident to its website wired says century on emailed it to say that it was too soon to say whether the campaign represented an ongoing threat or whether it had been stopped by the patches and upgrades century on regularly issues. Voodoo bear of them as fancy. Bears daughter is known for going after industrial control systems especially those associated with power generation and distribution. It's most well known. Tool is the black energy malware kit. The threat actor is widely believed to have been responsible for both two thousand eight distributed denial of service attacks against georgia and twenty fifteen action against a portion of ukraine's power grid to return to salora gate the investigation and mop-up of the very large and presumably very damaging cyber espionage campaign against us targets continues. Cbs sixty minutes this weekend. Featured the solar winds compromise and highlighted both the scope of the attack and the effort that went into conducting it microsoft president. Brad smith said quote. I think from a software engineering perspective. It's probably fair to say that this is the largest and most sophisticated attack. The world has ever seen quote. He added that microsoft believed at least a thousand engineers were involved in mounting the attack. How microsoft arrived at that figure is unclear. And while it's probably better to read a thousand as a lot and not as a rigorously supportable quantification of the human capital. Russian intelligence applied to the task. It is in any case. Allot a member of south. Korea's parliamentary intelligence committee told reuters that he'd been briefed on an attempt by north korean operators to breach pfizer and steal information on the company's covid nineteen vaccine development. Hey take king said that. The republic of north korea's national intelligence service briefed him on the attempted espionage and that the apparent motive was financial. Pyongyang is looking more to its criminal. Revenue stream not to public health in the dprk last week bloomberg renewed its reporting on an alleged chinese hardware back door allegedly found on super micro products. The report was greeted with more skepticism than such reports usually are since the earliest versions of the story published. Initially in two thousand eighteen generally went unconfirmed by organizations that would have been in a position to confirm them super micro issued a statement about the bloomberg story which says in part quote bloomberg story is a mismatch of disparate. An inaccurate allegations that date back many years. It draws far-fetched conclusions that once again. Don't withstand scrutiny. In fact the national security agency told bloomberg again last month that it stands by its two thousand eighteen comments and the agency said a bloomberg's new claims that it cannot confirm that this incident or the subsequent response actions described ever occurred despite bloomberg's allegations about supposed cyber or national security investigations that date back more than ten years super micro has never been contacted by the us government or by any of our partners or customers about these alleged investigations and quote to round out the familiar four of bad girl. Nation-states researchers at security firm anomaly report a static kitten citing. the threat. Group believed to be run by. Tehran has been targeting government agencies in the united arab emirates. Fishing them with the goal of installing screen connect remote access tools and the systems used by. Its emirati targets. The fish bait is usually an israeli themed geopolitical loor the emails masquerade is communications from kuwait's foreign ministry and the fish hook itself is similar to those used previously in operation quicksand. There's not much new to report about the oldsmar. Florida water utility sabotage attempt local authorities in oldsmar have grown increasingly tight lipped about the attack on the town's water system with the pinellas county sheriff discouraging any municipal officials from discussing what is as they say and ongoing investigation. Detectives are on the case they say. And the sheriff wants the public to understand that it was never in any danger.

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Safety Tyrann Mathieu on what Chiefs must do to best Tom Brady

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Safety Tyrann Mathieu on what Chiefs must do to best Tom Brady

"If the Kansas City Chiefs are to defend their NFL championship they will have to do just that defend the line will have to find a way to keep the pressure on the angels Tom Brady for sixty minutes Walter rand Matthew in the rest of the secondary will need to limit the effectiveness of the books deep and talented receiving corps Matthew says watching Brady is ours is important to a lot of what he does is very slow you know with just a quick southern SO you know can get a call saying yeah minerals filled or you know can get somebody else's I know we are forced to be here you know he's always been a good quarterback in the sense that he knows where to go to football the defense is likely to determine who hoists the Lombardi trophy on Sunday night I'm Tom Aikens

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Pandemic Self Care With Lynn Fraser

The Healing Place Podcast

05:14 min | 5 months ago

Pandemic Self Care With Lynn Fraser

"Hey everybody we're having to do facebook. Live as having some issues going to go ahead and record this. We're going to pretend like we're on. Facebook live and i'm thrilled to have with me today. Winfrey served still point Yes we're going to continue this conversation about pandemic self care strategies and other care so welcome lynn. Thank you for having me terry. It's nice to see you again. Good to see now just catching up a little bit of what's happening in the us. In ohio my and what's happening in canada and your head right and in the same thing it is kind of the same thing and it's Like you were mentioning us one of these big events that And we'll look back gone so someone who's the teenager now is going to look back on it any many decades from now go remember what twenty. We didn't have any school graduate graduation. No prom right. Yeah yeah and all of us have our own personal history with our own personal experience that happening as well right and i know my son is having his children. Do daily daily journaling right now at chip just kind of collect their memories and and they would have to look back on and they're also doing daily meditation so a bit different curriculum than school. But it's still really really valuable to do. Yes we've not. Taking family walks together with the dogs and our daughter who's thirteen has been running. She took up writing again. She'd run track back in fourth grade or something runs ahead of us. We could see her that show she'll turn around and run back and Yeah it's good to see her up and moving and a lot more a lot more time playing me bowling together to to so tell me about what it is that you do so. They can have a sense of who are that. So i've being teaching meditation for twenty five years and yoga as well and i work with people healing trauma. So i do a mindfulness based inquiry practice the killaby inquiries and some of it is in groups. Some of it is individually When when i meet with somebody individually. We're really working on. What are the thoughts coming in images and the words and really what's happening in our body right and then i have a lot of classes as well right now. Ironically the march and april topics for my sunday morning classes is peaceful. Mind wasn't anything on my radar. When i said the topic at you know the what happens in our nervous system in our mind as we get our nervous system is charged up when we feel under threat and we are frayed and then we go into some kind of compensating. We go into fight fight where we get irritable and angry and sometimes we turn out against other people sometimes against ourselves or we go into denial like a deep freeze of. I can't handle this not happening. I'm just gonna go on business as usual and a lot of the things that we're seeing right now are actually fear responses. That maybe aren't the wisest thing we could do. So it's great that you're having this collection of people that are going. This is something we could do instead of convenience driven by nervous system. So that's what i'm you know. I do I help people with their mind So that they can come catastrophic thinking and and come back in their bodies and be you know where the bre. I do them morning. Meditations with Online so people can just have a break from what's going on in the mind commander. Relax the body. It's all guided so you don't have to think it through. I don't leave a lot of spare time there. So the mind doesn't have a lot of time to get going on a big stream thought. So it's just a lot of steph around right now are nervous. Systems are highly engaged in and frightened. And how can we really come ourselves. And there's a lot of ways to do that held about those of what are what are some calling strategies people can use you know one thing we could do is is just do a little practice of it to what is sorry. Lose many things that we can do with our physical body One of the things. James gordon is just wrote a beautiful call the transformation and he's being interviewed on nbc and sixty minutes and he does work with large populations that are traumatized like After hurricane a school shooting or protection thing and he gets people up shaking and also he does this soft e. breathing. I kind of tune in and then shaking so you stand and you shake through your legs and your hips and your arms shoulders. And he has people do like five hundred thousand people together

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How to Identify Your Best Customers & Get More of Them

The $100 MBA Show

09:48 min | 5 months ago

How to Identify Your Best Customers & Get More of Them

"Many entrepreneurs when they looked to gain more customers. They don't ask an important question. What kind of customers. Who are you looking for. A lot of us. Spend a lot of time a lot of money and energy acquiring any kind of customer the wrong customer and said well you want to do. Is you want to find your true fans as mentioned in kevin kelly's Blockposts thousand fans. If you're not familiar with the blog post the theory is that if you have a thousand true fans a thousand customers that absolutely love what you do in rave about it. That's all you need for a successful business because you can sell a thousand people something that can make you a living in the whole point. Is that those thousand people of course are going to tell other people when you love something when you absolutely enjoy an experience at a restaurant at a resort experience with a new product or software. You get help. Tell other people about it. Whether it's in person or on social in your mastermind. Whatever the point is is that if you have a thousand people raving about you. You're just going to go gangbusters so you need to find people that are perfect fit. That will do that for you now. Of course it's not easy to get thousand right off the bat you're going to start with one two three four ten twenty one hundred two hundred you get the point. So how do we get to those thousand people. How do we attract the right people what we got to know who they are. We had a densify them. Just like if you wanted to attract talent to your team you'd have a job description right. You put a job post describing. This is who. I'm looking for. So what i want you to do. Is you're going to start creating a description of your best customer that avatar that person now. You don't have to make this up. You don't come out of thin air and say this person is made up and this is what they do and this is the type of business. Just look at your current customer base. Even if you're new you have those special customers. The ones that really are interested in what you do. The ones that congratulate you when you have a new product or new feature via email. They reply to your newsletters there on your weapon ours. They comment on your social posts. I want you to really do some research and identify these people in your customer list. Literally create a spreadsheet and. Write down their name and email address. Even if this is just like a dozen people or half a dozen people that's okay that's start now the dentist who they are. You gotta learn a lot about them. You wanna have a full understanding of who. These people are individually for example. I did this exercise. And i continue to do this. Exercise every single year. And i do customer interviews so reach out to my best customers and i try to learn as much as possible about them. For example one of our customers are the. Mary meeker sisters. Emma and carla pompous there wondering ninja users in the us webinars to grow their business to bring in new customers into their online yoga and pilates school and in the process of that conversation in understanding who they are. We ask questions like what you start this business. How long have you been doing this. How big is your team. How did you discover women are ninja. How'd you hear about it. Why did you choose us another competition. What do you like most about what problems is assault for you. What's next in your journey. What are you excited about in the future of your business. I'm basically like interviewing them. Like interviewing them on sixty minutes or something or on a podcast. I'm trying to get inside their brain. I wanna understand where they're coming from why they made the decisions they meet. What are the circumstances in their business. That causes them to use my product. Also of trying to dig a little deeper find out what is success to them. What are they looking to achieve. I want to know this. Because i want to be able to help them be successful in some way whether it's a now with my product in the future the point here is that i wanna be a part of that success on bought in. So what's the point of this exercise. The reason why you want to get to know your best customers. So well. Because i'm better. You know them the easier. It is to find people like them. If you ever had an employee that Left your company and there are green employees in the job above and beyond your expectations but decided to move on or they're changing careers. It's easy to write a job description for that position because you're basically describing that amazing team member. I'm looking for this person and it's easy for you to do that because you know who that person is. You know what they've done you know their story and you're going to do the same before your customers. Now one of the things that we do in these interviews in these conversations in these video calls is that we actually transcribe them. We actually want to see the words that they use when they talk about themselves and they talk about their business when they talk about their problems with talk about their challenges when they talk about why they chose our product. Why because again. I want to attract people just like them so wanna use the same language. I want to use the same language on my website on my social posts in my email marketing and want my potential superstar customer to read my copy and say they're speaking my language this resonates with me because this is exactly how i feel. How do they know while because they did the research because they did the work and there's nothing like that feeling when you feel like these people get me. It's hard for you to compete with a company that does that so your competition is going to have a hard time competing with you because your target market your customers. Your best customers are flocking to you. Because you're speaking their language now in this process where you're going to find is not. Everybody is your best customer. You're gonna find a thread. you're gonna find. hey home. i best customers have this in common. It could be. They could have established businesses. They could be making at least x amount of money. They have a small team. They've tried other products before mine. This is a really good exercise to make a list of all the things your best customers that you've interviewed have in common and guess what there is your customer avatar. And what you're gonna find is there's a lot of people outside of that and that's okay. Hey because it's better for you to attract the best customers. They're going to save time and money and headaches and problems. What you want are the people that really believe in what you're doing and want what you have is nothing worse than trying to convince somebody. Hey we're number one. We're great trust us. And they were allegedly by then. They're disappointed and it has nothing to do with what you did for them. It just means grizz are not a good fit successful products accessible services accessible businesses. Don't force it. They say this is who we are. This is who we serve if you're gonna love what we have in store for you but none of this is possible if you don't know who those people are if you don't know who are your best customers and what's great about business zandt Success leaves clues right customers that love. You really enjoy what you do that comment on your post. That really liked all the things on social that. Open all your emails. You have their contact. You can reject them. You can ask them some questions some of us when they do this for the first time you feel awkward like man who am i to ask for their time for a quick chat. If you feel awkward dory about it there are a fan. They're gonna love helping you and if you want to be super generous sake. Coffees on you and send them a starbucks gift card. You'll be the best ten dollars you ever spent kaisa. I'm more on today's topic before that. Let me get loved today. Sponsor webinars how well they work to generate new business for coaches consultants and other creators. We know that online marketing is ten times more powerful when you add webinars cheer campaigns but what's right platform to use what's the easiest which platforms can integrate webinars seamlessly into the rest of your marketing infrastructure. And do it all at the right price. Take a look at our very own webinar. Ninja the user. Friendliest eleven our platform ever create. Live automated series hybrid. Webinars make them free or charge for valuable lessons. Send automated emails to promote your webinar. And follow up for more conversions showcase your unique value and do it all without the hassle and stress of navigating pain in the bud software. Try within our ninja absolutely free at webinar ninja dot com and see just how easy and powerful webinars can be. That's webinar ninja dot com for a fourteen day risk-free trial to robert today's lesson. It's really important for you to find your best customers and attract more of them not only because it makes good business and it's going to keep your turn down. You're going to have more customers. You're going to have more money. Come in more revenue more repeat sales all that kind of stuff. But if you don't do that the opposite will happen where you're going to get more customers that you don't really enjoy serve inc than the ones you do and that's a bad place to be in your business where you don't let your customers or you don't resonate with them and you're annoyed by them when you have to answer an email. You're kind of roll your eyes. Oh man this person. That's a horrible place to be. And you have to be proactive about who you want to associate with. We want to work with. We want to speak to every day including your customers. That's the beauty of being an entrepreneur. Is that you get to choose who you serve. Not the other way around.

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2021 Voice AI Predictions: Dave Kemp on Audioburst and podcast segmentation

The Voicebot Podcast

02:47 min | 5 months ago

2021 Voice AI Predictions: Dave Kemp on Audioburst and podcast segmentation

"Probably overlooked in the space But this dynamic thing i always think about audio burst. Because they did two things one is. They can do that. Dynamic search because they are indexing everything in real time that they ingest and they can even segment by topic and so they can give you dodge the entire riot the entire thing. And that's what we see today. We see there's a number of companies out there that are saying. Hey i can scan everything and say this you can listen to one of these three These three things but they basically give you the full episode whereas audits say hey the topic you want starts here and then you can figure. And then they'll allow you to jump so well. I think the the piece to that to that where a lot of that innovation the backbone of it will be in both t t s in speeches. I think a lot of it's gonna be in the ability to identify in the transcript where that is and then it will probably use that as the mechanism for which it identifies where to start the podcast. You know like you said. That's for me when i listened to. I've talked about this. I think every time. I've talked to you the conversation with mir her shut audio bursts on. Your podcast was really enlightening. Because if you can. I think you know you talk for sixty minutes podcast or whatever and maybe for some people they just want that three minute clip in. So it's all about like. How do you get to that. Three minute clip. Because the three minute clip. That i want to get to. You might be different than one that you want to get to and if you make it so that that all that information that's stored in that sixty minute. Conversation is is able to be dynamically searched like you mentioned. That's a humongous game changer. I think makes a big difference. You and i were just talking about friedman podcast which i enjoy as well and he's talked recently about this fact that a lot of people will come to him afterwards because he's interviewed eli mosque and they'll say nobody journalists and all they want like this part of it. I wanted to know if you've talked about this. And so he was thinking about providing transcripts But i must actually has been on a lot of podcast. I mean not a lot you know just like just like a nominal term but a lot compared to other people right. He's he's more open about and is someone like you. Audio bursts engine could be somebody else. I think they have the the engine. That's designed to do this specifically could really make that a lot easier for people. There's a lot of people doing transcripts. And that's generally how it happens you get the transcript and then you do control f. and with some sort of word and then you could you look at and then you read and you're like oh that's it and then you say okay. What's the time stamp on that. And then you go and listen well. Jeez wouldn't you know like automatic. Segmentation is closer telling you what topics are in. They're

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5 Ways to Come Up with Great Content For Your Next Blog, Video or Podcast

Growth Experts with Dennis Brown

05:26 min | 5 months ago

5 Ways to Come Up with Great Content For Your Next Blog, Video or Podcast

"I'm going to share with you. Five of my favorite ways to come up with new content ideas for your blog posts. Your youtube videos your facebook lives or even podcast episodes just like this one. If you're anything like me sometimes you just need a little extra inspiration when coming up with content ideas especially if you've been creating content for a long time just like i have so while there are dozens and dozens and dozens of different ways to come up with content ideas. These are my five favorites. I'm just going to list them off. Really quick is going to be a short episode. I hope he has enjoyed this. This is something that will definitely tease your brain gets you thinking indefinitely you'll be able to put together an entire list. Probably an entire month's worth of content by spending probably thirty to sixty minutes you'll utilizing one or more of these different tools all right so number one on. The list is one of my favorite tools. It's called uber's suggest. Now uber suggest is really more of an seo optimization tool it's neil patel's tool he's been guest on the podcast if you guys want to check that out obviously go through and search some of the archives. He was an amazing guest. He has been running uber suggests for several years. Now there's a free and a paid version and they have a content generating idea tool so they have a tool. That's much like buzz. Sumo but is a lot cheaper and again they have a free and a paid version. So uber suggest is definitely one of the first places i go when i'm trying to generate new content ideas all right so number two on the list is corre and for those. That are familiar. I'd be shocked but quarter is a community where you can ask questions in. Get them answered by the community. So it's an amazing tool very very popular a lot of times. I'll go in there. And i'll search for different. Keywords are searched for different topics. And then what will happen is. I'll be able to turn those questions. And even some of the answer content into content ideas for my future content right. So it's very meta using. Cora has been a great tool. It's very easy to use. It's free so definitely check out on the next time you're looking for some different content ideas all right number three on. The list is definitely one of my favorites. And that is super simple. And that is ask your community. Ask your customers. Ask the people that are on your email list. Ask your social media followers. Ask your youtube followers. Ask your podcast listeners. Ask your audience. Ask your audience about what things what challenges. They're having what struggles they're having what questions they have. What topics that they want you to cover that. They want you to share with them that they want you to help. So if you ask your community that is definitely one of my favorite ways to come up with. New content. ideas aren't number four on the list is check out your blog comments and or your youtube comments many times of your publishing a blog or you're publishing videos on youtube and you have the comments enabled on your blog or youtube channel. Of course you will get comments from your subscribers from your followers from your viewers and those comments in many cases will be questions and or meaningful feedback as it relates to a specific piece of content. So those comments on your blog and youtube can be powerful ways to come up with new content ideas. As a matter of fact. I get tons of content from my youtube comments and for my blog comments again. This is in some ways kind of related back to the last one where it's asking your community but you're not specifically asking them they're just volunteering ideas and feedback that could be valuable for you to create new content in the future and last but not least google search suggestions when you go to google. I'm sure you're all familiar. You type in keyword. Say for example. Maybe it's email marketing and all of a sudden. You'll see a bunch of suggestions that google will provide you. It might be email marketing services. It might be email marketing. Best practices email marketing templates email marketing strategy and those are frequently you know searches that are very frequent from user so these are topics that people are searching about. So that's a great way to come up with content ideas as well you know and then in addition to that there are also search suggestions that you can check out related searches at the bottom of the page so whenever you do get some search results at the bottom of the page. They'll always come up with some sort of searches related to whatever topic that you were looking for for example email marketing so they may come up with things like you know how to do email marketing or email marketing free or email marketing definition or email marketing benefits right. So this is just an example. But if you use google they will give you suggestions. Those suggestions are based upon data that they have gathered based upon how other users are using google to search so those topics can be very powerful and a great way to generate new content ideas. All right so once again. Those are my top five. Let me just run through them. Really quick suggest corre ask your community blogger youtube comments and then of course google search suggestion. So if you're anything like me. There are times when you need to get inspired about creating new content and these are the types of tools that i use to generate new ideas. Not only for this podcast but for my different social media channels blog posts and all the content that i put out

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'60 Minutes' keeps on the news and is rewarded by viewers

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

'60 Minutes' keeps on the news and is rewarded by viewers

"The CBS news program sixty minutes is still one of television's how to shows marches are a letter with the latest for fifty two years the clock has been ticking on sixty minutes and it's still one of the most watched programs on TV the Nielsen company said sixty minutes viewership is up nine percent over last year correspondent Lesley Stahl says the show successes because the stories are timely yet always have the same look and sensibility Stahl's interview with president Donald Trump this year grabbed headlines when he cut things short and released his own unedited tapes stall so she's pleased that there was no criticism of the show's editing and she knew it would be fair because they always are

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Comeback, Part II: Brady breaks Falcons' hearts again, 31-27

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Comeback, Part II: Brady breaks Falcons' hearts again, 31-27

"Tom Brady in the Buccaneers erased a seventeen point deficit by scoring on five straight drives in the second half to beat the falcons thirty one twenty seven Atlanta led seventeen nothing at half time it was up twenty four seven before Brady rally Tampa Bay we're gonna have to figure out how to best for sixty minutes as opposed to thirty and it's a good win by S. R. one lows when but we also want to play better we want their best the ninety five Bucks finally went ahead on Brady's forty six yard scoring strike to Antonio brown with six nineteen remaining the Buccaneers quarterback was thirty one of forty five for three hundred ninety yards and two TV's Leonard Fournette had a pair of one yard TD runs in the victory that ride was thirty four forty nine for three hundred fifty six yards and three touchdowns for the falcons I'm the ferry

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Cayman Brac Beach Resort

Scuba Shack Radio

04:52 min | 8 months ago

Cayman Brac Beach Resort

"I started the your next dive segment here on scuba Shack Radio a year ago as a way to talk about some of the great places to dive today is the 10th installment of your next dive off and we're going to complete our adventures in the Cayman Islands with a visit to Cayman BRAC where we'll stay at the Cayman BRAC Beach Resort and dive with Reef divers. As a recap we talked about the Little Cayman Beach Resort in episode 19, and then we went to Sunset house on Grand Cayman in episode 32. So let's explore the third island. My experience with the Cayman BRAC Beach Resort is a little dated. We had a shop trip their way back in October of 2006. So I'm guessing things maybe a little different job after fourteen years, but I'm also guessing a lot is probably the same. The Cayman BRAC Beach Resort is part of the clearly came and dive resorts that include Little Cayman Beach Resort and Cobalt Coast Resort on Grand Cayman off. This Collective of resorts is owned and operated by the Tibbetts family a prominent family in the Caymans since the Seventeen hundreds. First off Cayman BRAC is a little easier to get to than Little Cayman the Charles Kuykendahl International Airport located on the western end of the island package is very close to the beach resort and it has a Runway that's big enough to land 737 Jets. There are many more options to get to the Brock than the small twin otters flying the linkage came in plus the runway has lights so you don't have to worry that much about getting getting dark and that was an adventure we faced last year when going a little Cayman As I mentioned the airport is very close to the resort and you get picked up by The Resort staff for a short ride over. Now the resort has had some major Renovations since we were there several years ago. It sustained some significant damage from a hurricane. And from what I've read. It had to be almost completely built and it was finally finished in 2015. Today they offer 40 rooms. They're building is a two-story structure with all Beach and pool views with all the amenities you expect as for your meals. You have several options for different meal plans. I'm always up for the all-inclusive meals. I like not having to think about going out and finding a place to eat. That's not everybody's cup of tea. But if you do get the are inclusive me off and you won't be disappointed. Let's talk about the diving first. You'll be diving with Reef divers. It's the same operators as on Little Cayman. They tout themselves relay diving. They handle all the heavy lifting. Reef divers operates for Newton dive boats of 42 to 46 feet my favorite dive boat. They'd have big sister little sister ocean sister and coral sister. There are about in seventy named dive sites around the island and many of them are clustered around the Western end making for some short boat rides. Some folks feel like the diving isn't as good on the Brock or Grand Cayman as it is on Little Cayman for me. All three are fantastic and I would certainly not pass up an opportunity to dive Kathy Brock. Because it has been a while since I was there I went back to my log book to see where we drove. We did eighteen Dives on that trip. Now one of the things they do is a morning run off over the Little Cayman where you get to do two Dives on Bloody Bay wall. So you do get a little taste of the Little Cayman. I logged bottom temperatures for all the Dives at 86° Fahrenheit and that was in October and we routinely had dies between fifty to sixty minutes. We were able to talk to Dives on the MV Captain Keith Tibbetts the signature wreck our night dive was at a site called Elkhorn forest. And then we went back the next morning to dive the site during the day. That was pretty cool to see the difference. There isn't any shore diving from the Brock Beach Resort. But if you get the package like we did a 2018 Dodge is a pretty good week. Reading through the log book brought back some great memories and makes me want to go back. Let's hope the Caymans open up again early next year. So that completes our thoughts are of the Cayman Islands here on scuba Shack radios your next

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"sixty minutes" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"sixty minutes" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"sixty minutes" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"sixty minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Usually Google de oh, she's sporting curves. Wow. Back. Sorry. Are we still recording? Judge judy. I know man. Wow. Live your best life Ma not mad at you. Anyways. I can I really got thrown off g G I. I. The judy. This is the tongue. Astute. I do buy that though that like this like by the sound of that ski instructor like, it's a real like celebrity culture. Like, you got in Guinn way, bro. Right. I totally see that shit happening. America's such a star fucking culture the. Yeah, it's true that I'm surprised that. There was a quote that the guy like poked him away his ski pole fucking poor. I can pull fuck out Gwen its way. All right. Well, another thing that went did this week is helped legitimize the presidential consideration or campaign consideration of Howard chill out. She did not fucking cont. Let's review Howard show. He was on sixty minutes at the beginning of this week. And he claimed that he was going to run as a third party candidate to represent the silent majority like literally quoting Richard Nixon's racist campaign right about how the silent majority of this country is like scared of people of color, basically. And then he had a campaign stop where somebody just shouted at them. Don't help elect Trump you egotistical billionaire go back to being ratios on Twitter asshole asshole. Oh, did he don't censor that? Yeah. Well, somebody's censored it. Because the oh, really? Yeah. At the Barnes and noble thing. No all at another event in the quote that I'm reading from being at peace coffee. Never enter. Yes. Someone asked him a question about what he tax the rich. And he was like let them want to get into hypotheticals. But what I would do if like, bro, that's the whole fucking point of running. Nobody's fucking with you then. Yeah. Like why it's also just you're supposed to answer those questions. When people ask you those questions about what you would do as president matter. What the fuck is subject, you slippery. Don't be slippery already proved that you know, what the fuck you're up to he called the Medicare for all their un-american. But then you had to walk it back because everyone like he realizes like oh shit people want. Then he goes on the news. That's the thing. He's learning. He's learning the people actually want it's happening because he goes back. Oh, I just want to clarify my statement on that. I didn't mean it's it's not American. I mean, it's not affordable. Right. Okay. My and then he's like we have Starbucks gave people insurance which is true. Like, he did help part time people get insurance or whatever. But then to act like you're the king of like woke healthcare policy. She's being like Unimar. 'cause then. Yeah, he was on morning Joe. And they're like how much is a box of cereal eighteen hours box of Cheerios, and he's like, I don't eat Cheerios. Yes. And they just let him get away with that. Okay. What cereal? Do you eat that? That would be the follow question. No. They were just like, oh, it's three forty. They're just like my cereal, right? In the name when he's like a shrew hoops. Circles. Red circles the colored circles, so this is where we get to Gwyneth Paltrow because she has a podcast a goop podcast to improve lads of women everywhere with pseudoscientific. Yes. And as a testimony to just his decision making a acumen. He decided that that would be a good follow up to his sixty minutes. Hop on the glut zoo podcast, and to let people know that he means business, you know, like, you might think he's an idealistic like kind of full of shit CEO billionaire millionaire because just because he thought that he could fix racism by writing. Let's talk about racism on people. Starbucks coming out was and asking his baristas that did solve race owes medically right problem with racism await now the story before this. Oh, okay. Good try though. But anyways, so he went on there. And when Paltrow and he talked for awhile about how divisive the rhetoric on both sides of Oley, political divide are and Gwyneth Paltrow's worried about how that rhetoric will affect her kids. And he was like that's why you need me in the middle. What? Yes, they talked about hateful rhetoric that defines the contemporary political debate issue worried though because for her kids. That they're going to flame her kids for her axe. Right. Because he was like what your apple? Yeah..

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"sixty minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"More. Sixty minutes. Issue because every moment. Two. Hanging on the way. We know it. Why?.

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"sixty minutes" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"sixty minutes" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"And I think the reason they've never fully got to a point in this country where there was some real common ground and people came together was because no one's willing to talk about it from from other other sides, and I appreciate when we can talk about it and I don't know other environments that and this isn't just about race. I'm giving an example. Other environments were people are willing to talk to a black man about things that aren't comfortable, and then you are willing a very eloquent way to answer back. In a on motionless charged, you know, and and and this has nothing to do with anything that's just popped in my mind. I wanna bounce this off marine because I guess I'm fascinated by things that I don't have any reference to, right. So I saw on sixty minutes sixty minutes as we know you. That is one of my favorite shows though still. Yeah, I think the second longest running show on TV anyways, that. Of course, he knows. It's good to meet the press. Good morning. Okay. But anyways, so so there's this. Lawyer out in Alabama was a civil rights lawyer who just created in Tuscaloosa a museum for. All the documented cases that his team has found, and he's found over forty four hundred cases from every state of public lynchings after I saw part of that to John actually good after obviously, slavery was over. We're talking. Nineteen nineteen ten nineteen twenty nineteen thirty. Nine thousand forty and how there was a spectacle almost like a sporting event type atmosphere. It was unbelievable. It's echoing believe that when they're showing the pictures, I saw part of that two randomly..

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"sixty minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

"So we don't have Miller lite Oh Reason Do you have my favorite craft beer dogfish had sixty. Minutes it is on to have beautiful because nobody has. It I can't find him There you go How do they how did how how? How do you? How do you how do you balance that between the middle of light? And, the dogfish well I do Miller lite about ninety five percent, of the time but every once in a while when a venture out and be a little, crazy dogfish Doug why can't say that dogfish head sixty minutes, is my favorite have, the ninety minute but it's, like you're drinking it's. Way too heavy and then they have one, hundred twenty minute which is basically like drinking bourbon or, something like that but sixty minutes, at? Sweet spot right. They're very good All right so we have something for him, that's my point is there's always, gonna? Be somebody comes One hundred thirty beers on tap nothing you want Don't have it all right well thanks. Again twenty five. Seventy, seven north Clark street hop cat, dot com Chicago if you want. To slash Chicago they're hot cats and other places there. Are, sixteen hop cats across the, midwest right now wow where to. Start Grand Rapids Michigan just. Over ten years ago that's. A big beer town there's a ton of stuff how many? Grand Rapids products do you have. On. Your tips I don't know the exact number right. Now, I know that we've got, a dozen really great Bruins up. There I love number of. Founders breweries are beers on. Tap right now we've got bereaved Avante on tap right now We're always pouring the motherland at. Hopkins yeah I could see what's going on I can try That'd be actually they'll write a song about it and if people get drunk, late at night and then the next thing notes in a movie fifty years from, now hop cats ABC Kent international beer day going, on right now stop. By half cat anytime, over the weekend don't tell the kids from Walla because they'll just make the place And if they're on, the molly's we too many choices for them to figure out which Get caught the is. The whole. Thing too. Bad deal all, right. Thank, you so much, thank you very much, thank you thank you all right back right well, first of all sign up from Judy what's coming up at the, top of the hour a busy day for governor Rauner The album Dan Ryan is tied up at seventy ninth street there's an, accident blocking the two right, lanes it's forty minutes from the circle tonight fifth seventeen minutes, back in southbound tristate is backed up as well it's an hour now from the Jane Addams tollway to the Stevenson thirty, six minutes back north and the, Kennedy is heavy. In..

"sixty minutes" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on Channel 955

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"sixty minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"sixty minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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MYfm 104.3

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"sixty minutes" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Shows i watch their like from rules housewives we'll know what real shows no those are real shows like sixty minutes sixty minutes minutes of real house i i want want to to be be awesome jewelry dreyfuss as might everything i would give my i would give my left leg to be with her same actually my left leg to selina meyer her character or like elaine venice that's fair but like jail jail ethic and she's i love how brave she's being through her battle with breast cancer and how she sharing like a decent amount of it on social media because she's really not that public of a person no hornet message i really like she's the queen she could do something terrible and it'd be like it's important that she's doing it just like she's really had a strong message with the messages like go good for you okay story number for i'm breezing to stories because i need to dedicate like half the shower to just talking to darren and also another story i truly cannot get less mac miller is arrested on dui and hit and run charges after rei guerande split he's not taking it to you really don't care about like driving accident team unless it's like a paul walker like he was a travesty like he died basically the dui like get your life together i don't want to talk about you on my procedures morning show yeah and i don't understand these people like three d was learn the first time at the firt i'm like it but it's not like okay you could kill yourself kill other people i don't care like you're going to be reckless with yourself cool don't take it out on me and my fellow civilians correct thank you do it like bella hadid when when you was reveille hills she got a dui and she learned english never got it again exactly it's also you're rich just get a driver get right jenner driver kover by that i know one is allowed to have to you is anymore ever since uber was like not no excuse and hopefully we self driving cars will be a radical that's true i don't think i would trust the self driving car i mean like okay but better than car accidents happen all the time on the roads true true but like if someone to blame when there's well that's true yeah.

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"sixty minutes" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"It's incredible yeah the levity of it is incredible and i think you know you said a lot of your listeners might say i don't hear about this a lot you know that's the biggest problem about this stuff is ida honor reported it is as big as as we are showing people it's just that people don't see it on the mainstream and it's not a topic people really want to talk about airy it's horrible the foreign it almost seems impossible for this kind of evil to be going on in our society but the fact is it is happening and if you take some time and you look at the evidence you will see it for yourself when inspect in some respects the lame stream fake media tries to it goes beyond under reporting they try to misrepresent the problem by that i mean i think you know where i'm going to get to in this i'm i'm continually confronted with the fact you know i saw that sixty minutes story on pizza gate and well that sixty minutes said that this is all just this is all just made up so i i really discount all of his ed melissa do a deep dive do a dissection on sixty minutes pizza gate in this whole issue of it's all bogus because of what sixty minutes quote said well it's very powerful to to people to have a story they can fall back on of course so they don't have to look at the reality of the situation and not take accountability for not standing up and say about it but sixty minutes you know any of your dc major periodicals you've got your cnn the reason trump is always saying you are fake news fake news is because the actual stories here are being suppressed heavily my censorship heavily by discrediting and disinformation i mean you want to take a look at the guy who walked into the the comet ping pong place you know i wasn't ruined for this guy we didn't know who he was doing he wasn't a part of our research community but he did have an i n d page and he did somehow miraculously after just taking one bullet shot to the war later on it is said that he actually shot through a wall and destroyed the hard drive that was just reported to.

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"sixty minutes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Pass he wouldn't get past week or because trump's crush affect trump is become trump like howard stern's howard stern like snoop dogg snoop there them yeah they're tyson yeah they're they're who they are now they can do anything they want all right you see you can find that beaker mio guy speak rem can't find he did a whole long interview on sixty minutes was it sixty minutes i watched it i thought it was could have been real sports oh ooh you might feel like i think it was real sports gyco man everyone's got the to do list how about you add save hundreds of dollars concurrence at geiko dot com just go in there and spend about fifteen minutes and see if you could be saving fifteen percent or more on your auto insurance extra money put that in your pocket gets shelves from yoga pants fellas not just for the ladies geiko dot com spent a few minutes how much you could be saving on your auto insurance any beaker yoga guy become chowdhury no oh god stoppage lawler making it ner they felt sexually violated by you lie lie and lie i don't need to do that rape or sexually also this on if i need we women i can make lying the most beautiful famous rich women in the world women leap by thousand everyday she fails in women a day wanna sleep with that hair and that shirt photo you're saying that four different women for different each kill themselves because you wouldn't have sexual.

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"sixty minutes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And so to the the thing that sixty minutes missed the the over view of the problem is that they're degeneracy were perceived as having safety issues and the they reply that the faa replies it looked they've been working on these in the beginning better so what the heck are you bothering them for us is that basically it in terms of the sixty minutes airing you now you know i i don't know there there was a letter that the faa wrote back on i think it was april eleventh when they knew that this was going to hear the faa wrote two to sixty minutes and it was made public and they say that the faa's oversight of allegiance produce results and the rate of incidents reported have trended downward over the past three years that that there were i guess it was point zero zero three two events per thousands of partners back in two thousand fifteen and two thousand sixteen that's up to excuse me very sorry in two thousand and sixteen that trump two point zero zero two events per thousands of partners two zero and two thousand seventeen it was the same zero zero two eight and so far in fiscal year two thousand eighteen it's zero point zero zero one five events per thousand departures he's been on top of it all right so the faa is protecting themselves by pointing these things out like they've been on top of it and they're also sticking up for allegiant i don't know that they're sticking up for lead that they cited allegiant for everything that they should have been cited for for one of the things that sixty minutes did report and this is scary to me is that you know allegiance kind of showed or demonstrated a a culture of making money and not necessarily safety when they talked about the the plane that went down that landed i can't remember the airport but it was in the sixty minutes report where smoke was filling the cabin and the pilot decided he declared emergency on the ground and the he was told by the fire department that was rushing to them you know that they were right there and somebody and he was ready to evacuate and one of the fire department members said wait twenty seconds and he decided no and he evacuated the aircraft the.

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"sixty minutes" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"sixty minutes" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"You know sixty minutes is awesome sixty minutes is awesome a lot of people watch it every sunday night and they have sports usually as lead in which helps them definitely but we think that we know that are that are audience want something like that that they can trust that diverse that's from the ground up that finds the people that you know sixty minutes and all these other broadcast and cable news channels are not finding and tells those stories and if we deliver on that there's a very big business here and we're ready seeing it so that's that's our focus and it's you know it's it's a i think it's probably very different than a lot of other digital media companies absolutely chris thanks so much thank you brian and thank you for listening this podcast is produced bay descend go if you liked our show and i hope you did please subscribe we're on itunes stitcher google play and now also on spy fi anchor dot fm i don't even know an anchor dot fm is but you should find is there and while you're there rate us and leave a review this i'm told helps people find the podcast and i personally like to read reviews for instance i want to thank zuo perman who left a review recently for us and said quote name better media podcasts go ahead i dare you i have nothing zoo obermann nothing and d bowman twentyfive who says quote quality stuff informative entertaining insightful about the industry without all the boring stuff okay thank you both superman and twentyfive we appreciate your time and your views and we'll be back next week with a new episode.

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