21 Burst results for "Snape"

"snape" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

Talk Python To Me

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"snape" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

"Mike welcome to by enemy. Thanks so much for having me again. Yeah it's great to have you here. Maybe we just remind people the last time you are here. You wrote a really cool book called a python that drive the title correct. Yes that's correct. Yeah and that was back in episode one hundred and fifty six way back in two thousand eighteen three years ago. I guess more than that but it was a history book so is looking back right. It's it's fine it's still relevant. People can check that out. And i really love some of the stories that you told on there at love. I think it was alex martelli. You interviewed him. Talked about how google video and youtube or sort of competing neck and neck and that was sort of a python versus plus story. That's probably the one that stuck with me. The most yeah. I really enjoyed that one although some good stuff in the book canon interview as well. Yeah there's great stuff all over. I'm just trying to think of the one that i remember years later. You know yeah. yeah so. It's been a couple years since you've been on the show what you've been up well since snape came out. I have been pretty prolific in my writing and continue to write more python bucks for example in on debbie ex python and our report lab. I redid python one. Which was my first book. Report is about like working with. Pdf's right yes. You can use a pdf's but that book also covers how to edit option. Say it how to read and get out of an existing pdf as well. Yeah you got a couple of one. Oh one to a one type boxes well. Learning by beginners into one is kind of intermediate advanced. So if i was a sophomore might take yes cool. So what are you doing these days. Are you doing the independent thing with your authoring and creating. are you doing. Tilting what are you. Oh i still do a fulltime job. I write python code that tested embedded c plus plus application with python. Oh nice swift. Need but i also kind of as hobbies slash site job. I write for for myself. I write these books. And i occasionally contribute to real python as well

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Building Desktop Apps With wxPython

Talk Python To Me

02:04 min | 2 months ago

Building Desktop Apps With wxPython

"Mike welcome to by enemy. Thanks so much for having me again. Yeah it's great to have you here. Maybe we just remind people the last time you are here. You wrote a really cool book called a python that drive the title correct. Yes that's correct. Yeah and that was back in episode one hundred and fifty six way back in two thousand eighteen three years ago. I guess more than that but it was a history book so is looking back right. It's it's fine it's still relevant. People can check that out. And i really love some of the stories that you told on there at love. I think it was alex martelli. You interviewed him. Talked about how google video and youtube or sort of competing neck and neck and that was sort of a python versus plus story. That's probably the one that stuck with me. The most yeah. I really enjoyed that one although some good stuff in the book canon interview as well. Yeah there's great stuff all over. I'm just trying to think of the one that i remember years later. You know yeah. yeah so. It's been a couple years since you've been on the show what you've been up well since snape came out. I have been pretty prolific in my writing and continue to write more python bucks for example in on debbie ex python and our report lab. I redid python one. Which was my first book. Report is about like working with. Pdf's right yes. You can use a pdf's but that book also covers how to edit option. Say it how to read and get out of an existing pdf as well. Yeah you got a couple of one. Oh one to a one type boxes well. Learning by beginners into one is kind of intermediate advanced. So if i was a sophomore might take yes cool. So what are you doing these days. Are you doing the independent thing with your authoring and creating. are you doing. Tilting what are you. Oh i still do a fulltime job. I write python code that tested embedded c plus plus application with python. Oh nice swift. Need but i also kind of as hobbies slash site job. I write for for myself. I write these books. And i occasionally contribute to real python as well

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"snape" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:07 min | 10 months ago

"snape" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Right now that it looks like Hertz is gonna be the quarterback to me. And there's a lot of financial issues involved in Philadelphia as well. This is going to be an interesting one for the Eagles. As for the Saints, they fall to the number two seed in the NFC SportsCenter all night, ESPN radio Give the NFC bucket here's a 26 14 win over the Vikings. Tampa Bay Taking advantage of Minnesota miscues. Come on, Dan. Come on, Dan Snape spot. Bailey missed the extra point. My God, come on. That's his third missed extra point the last two games. Dan Bailey with a 36 yard try, wept. Tash, Andrew to Polish snaps Britain call put holds Zam Good spot down, Bailey. Mrs Brady did me He's broken that That's the only way to put it. He is absolutely Broken. Bailey missed the field goal with right. He's missed an extra point. He missed three kicks last week. So we march all the way down the field like that against Tom Brady. We're only winning 60 ridiculous. Dan Bailey. With a 54 yard. Try right Hash Bailey. The season is two of four from 50. Plus, he has missed an extra point and a field goal today. Okay, Stop. Good spot down. Oh, my God. I mean, he missed it to his right by 40 ft, At least at least the width of the goalpost. Paul, And the thing is the ball is just taking off that way. I don't know if it's the Winder. You can't kick anymore. Whatever touchdowns. Happy up, okay? You almost got Bailey coming out. And, yeah, you know he can You make this field goal? Paul. It's It's a one touchdown game, And that's just the bottom line. Regardless of what's happened before he's got to find a way to get this thing through the uprights. It's a 46 yard try for Dan Bailey, who is 12 of 17 on field goals this season. He's missed two today. Snap spot. Dan Bailey, Mr to the right. He's old three on field goals. So he's Oh, he's missile for kicks today.

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"snape" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:43 min | 10 months ago

"snape" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"That's right. And I took off my shirt and I stood with my kilt on Lee. My killed my son said, You know what, Dad, I'll do you one better. He got his shirt flexed a few muscles. It is a nice father, son. Moment. By the way, At first my wife goes. Oh, my God. This could be the dumbest shot ever say one of her favorite shots. Really? Yeah. Me and call it. I'm sitting there in the killed. We both get our shirts off. I looked pretty decent to whether it's a lighting or not, or I did the trick If I had my kid right in front of me a little bit. Just to cover up the love handles at one side. You know you got a position The kids just perfect. It's a good tip. A winner will be crowned tonight on Dancing with the stars on ABC. There are four contestants left. Just seen a Machado from one day to time rapper Nelly former Bachelorette Caitlin Bristowe and naive Shulman from Catfish. They're going to be competing tonight for the last time on ABC, and after Alan Rickman, who passed away back in 2016 whole lot of a snow as professor Snape from the Harry Potter films, his journals will be published as a book. It's going to be released in the fall of 2022. All of his diaries covered his thoughts on acting insides on friendships and politics. He even shared behind the scenes stories from the set of Harry Potter. So that'll be out in 2022. I'm Joe there. Hollywood headlines Right? You'll thank you very much. Thank you for the show. Thank you for your show. Thank every show. Thank you for your show, Brian. Thank you for your show. Thank you for your show. 29,060 bucks. What's the noise That returns on Monday? So next Monday, we're taking a week off for Thanksgiving week here. Thanksgiving break. Rather so 29,600 bucks will be the jackpot for what's that noise? Next? Tony Jordan's a final check the morning traffic..

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25 Years of Alan Rickman’s Diaries Will Be Published As a Book in 2022

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:25 sec | 10 months ago

25 Years of Alan Rickman’s Diaries Will Be Published As a Book in 2022

"Of late Alan Rickman gonna be published into a book It's known for playing Severus Snape in the Harry Potter franchise. Rickman's 27 volumes of Handwritten diaries spanning over 25 years of his life and career will be edited into a book due out fall. 2022 The Guardian reports that the first journalist covered everything from thoughts on acting. Friendships and politics making mogul Hiss and B C news Radio

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"snape" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"snape" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In from a yard out on the Ravens lead for the first time today, 13 7. With 7 24 to go in the first half for Edwards, his second touchdown of the year. The great Dr. I mean, that's the Baltimore That's how the Baltimore Ravens became what they were last year. They've got to continue that the Steelers got to know that they got to do a better job on first down, stopping the run. They need a negative play, but that was amazing Drive. By the Ravens. There's Justin Tucker on for the extra 0.9 plays 80 yards. 5 18 off the clock against this exceptional Pittsburgh Defence. Snape put down by Cook Tucker's extra point on the way and what's new? What's the uprights? 14 7. The Ravens have taken the lead 14 unanswered since the Spillane pick six. On the Ravens opening drive, 7 24 to go in the first half. Ravens on top by a touchdown. You're listening to the National Football League on Sports Yusa back after these local messages. It's the NFL on sports, and we're in luck. Lasvegas Traitor's face the loss. Angeles Chargers Chargers have felony Justin Herbert spilled your drink. Quick, throw down T takes up spills and message quitter. Current leaders no less than the leading brand so you can get back to the partners mixed someday on sports. County, the quicker picker upper You will be elected to Chicago. But take.

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Judge blocks Trump plan to cut food stamps for 700,000 adults

Here & Now

03:36 min | 1 year ago

Judge blocks Trump plan to cut food stamps for 700,000 adults

"Struck down a Trump administration rule that would have eliminated food stamps for nearly 700,000 Americans. In her ruling on Sunday, the District Court judge in Washington, D. C called the Trump policy arbitrary and capricious, especially during a pandemic that has caused demand for food stamps to rise. 17%. Since the outbreak began. Ed Bolan is a senior policy analyst at the center on Budget and Policy Priorities. It's a nonprofit that looks at how budget policies affect low income households. And thanks for joining us glad to be here. And so it sounds like snap benefits, which is another way of saying food stamps are safe for the time being, but remind us what the Trump administration was trying to do here. Sure, so the Trump Administration had proposed a rule that would have made it much harder for unemployed workers who don't have kids in their homes to get food stamps or snap. The administration did it by restricting benefits in areas where people could still have trouble finding a job or getting toe work, so states couldn't continue to provide benefits after a couple of months, even if somebody was looking for work are working part time. Well, A fair number of people, you know, do believe that if someone is an able bodied adults, no dependence and no Children like there should be more restrictions. I'm getting food stamps, but obviously the situation is very different now because of the pandemic unemployment. Is up four times what it was last year when the policy was first ruled out by the Trump administration, But even like pre pandemic want critics saying that this whole idea was shortsighted anyway? Absolutely. It is interesting. That pandemic, I think, shines a light on why states needed to be able to continue to allow folks to get snap if they were Lowing coming off qualify for it precisely because unemployment hits people in communities in different ways we saw in the pandemic that mostly low wage workers were the ones that lost most of the jobs. Those jobs aren't coming back in many industries like the restaurant industry, janitors, home health aides. All these folks are folks that typically And rely on snap even while they're working, But certainly when they're in between jobs, so that always existed pre pandemic, those same communities and those same individuals might have job for a couple of months and I need some snap. Many of them would be working and getting snapped at the same time. So the rule we thought was arbitrary, capricious and harmful to low wage workers who were in and out of jobs, pre pandemic and especially post pandemic or during the day. And by the way, we've been a lot of reporting on how food banks around the country are feeling a lot of pressure because so many people have lost their jobs in the pandemic. How much strain has it put On the food stamp system on the snap system. Well, there has been a strain on snafus, Well agencies, state agencies that operate the program have been swamped. Although you know it will vary. Some states got hit harder than other states. But almost every single state saw some kind of any increase. We estimate. Six million probably more. At this point, folks have had to turn to snap. But the good thing about Snape is that if you can make it through ineligibility system, and that has been a struggle during a pandemic part because a lot of Snap offices are closed and agencies they're using old technology and everybody's trying to do things remotely. But if you can get on, then you get a benefit card and you can use it at a store or a grocery store. WalMart So it's very efficient and it helps. I think relieve the strain on food banks and community groups that have been startling to also meet the needs of people who have lost their jobs and their incomes that,

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"snape" Discussed on Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne

Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"snape" Discussed on Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne

"Balance in her podcast. especially are heavier episodes because obviously those are all like part of life you have to deal with the mess that comes with him with life, but also the good, and so we try to balance our. I end every episode with a Dow joke because that's just my humor and then We also have this segment called tearing it up because. You don't know me well, but I am a very awkward person that bad things happen to you that I always think someone's like. Filming me because I'm like, this is not real life, and so I started sharing that part of me because I'm not ashamed of how embarrassing I am and we had so many writers writing in. That's happened to me or here's an embarrassing moment and so it ended up turning into its own segment called, tearing it up, and that's Where people just say awkward embarrassing things. So that's been fun to have that as kind of like a cushion. To. Of Us. Laugh too because it's like more than ever happiness. Yeah. And it, and if I've had so many embarrassing things you know it's like and I'm always the guy that steps in at the worst I'm a fool I mean I it's like a joke. Do. You want to hear one of those stories I would love to. Give us a tearing it up right now. I'M GONNA. Give you turn it up. There was a friend of mine and we were on vacation in Hawaii and we went to the steam room together and he was with his sons and they're like sons to me, Kinda like nephews that I love and we're all in the steam room and then we leave and everybody's going to do whatever they do take a shower and I thought it'd be a funny guy and and attack him in the shower He was taking a shower and I got a towel made it wet I was GonNa flip them with the towel and they opened the door and I screamed and I, said, you know put your hands in the air mother blanket and I snapped the tau. and. A man's screams and it wasn't my friend. And then All of a sudden he comes walking by me and he's got a towel on Egypt putting on like Cologne. I don't know what's wrong with you. And then. A little more time goes by and then I see him go into another part of the locker room and I figure I'll do it again to him. Right. That's time right and I and this time I try to scare them and throw like a a razor with no blade on it Adam plastic one. Yeah. And it's the same guy that I tortured in the shower. I did it twice and then all of a sudden are nowhere my friend goes by because. It's impossible I don't know how you again you just did it again that's like one of the worst things I ever did. My Guy is just so lame it's like really be careful. Somebody makes the person. Take I work going in well, but the commitment that you had you really. Yeah. I mean I feel like that's what you have to do. Right? I mean those towel whips are not. Joke, especially if the towels damp. Body part you contacted on the stranger, his Butler's was facing me so I did. I did snap. I. Did not snap snape vital. Part of that's not ruin his chances for reproducing. That's the most important thing. You and I do stuff I just walk away and they're like, what was wrong with that girl I don't have. Not. Yet. Sometimes..

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"snape" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"snape" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Away! What is it? Henry Fonda. Once upon a time in the well, my God, the best. We like spaghetti western, Yes, Way Dio. He is so good in that he is a cold calculating s O b. Is he not a stone? Cold killer? Good choice time. Thank you, buddy. Thank you. What's AH, good or no. Let's goto ban in Cincinnati been fire away. Yeah, The one that I've got is Murdock from first Blood Part two. Yes. All the easy is like the like. The Commander arrives back at the base. That's Rambo in Vietnam. Yeah, Yeah, Get some pow. A man Rambo Pharma calls back and says Murdoch. I'm coming for you coming to the best of the Andy Like you know, you got rocks in there with the M's M 60 and he's blowing in the wind with stabs a knife right next to his head. Oh, my God. I feel really bad that good stuff and thank you. I will take your calls here are after the traffic and weather. Rob what you got. What about Gene Hackman? In the quick and the dead? I was thinking, Gene Hackman and Unforgiven. Oh, yeah, that too. He's one of my favorite actors. He's He's a really good You mentioned several era Alan Rickman. Severus Snape in Harry Potter. Yeah, with Rachel said that Yeah, he's he's a good buddy..

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"snape" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"snape" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"My own. We can control some of that machinery to add some reproducibility there as we can in the build services that exist either launchpad orange grated with. Get HOB. All as the self hosted. Build service now called FABRICA. It would be possible to implement that, but we've got big. Issues to solve the developers and publishers are asking for so. We'll get there someday, but it's not at the top list for sure right now. I feel like I'm doing is not gonNA. Convince anyone who's making this complied anyway. the final. Which is the thing that I personally? I actually agreed with. You can't put snap a different stole you can. There's no. Longer around to that again there's it's the whole paradigm. The mobile APP stores there is Google play does the. Apple APP store. That's why you get stuff from. This is one of the most powerful things that developers and publishers like because there is a single place age where they can find their audience, and their audience can find the software so eight say familiar paradigm for publishers and develop as an helped bring a number of people writing software in across platform, nature of so electron applications, being one example who can quite trivial bring their applications Lynn Desktop and publish it in a way. That is familiar to them because this is how they published their apps for the other platforms in in a similar way now. The other side of the seas. We didn't arrive at a single stole by

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Stairstepping Your Way to SaaS with Christopher Gimmer

Startups For the Rest of Us

09:28 min | 1 year ago

Stairstepping Your Way to SaaS with Christopher Gimmer

"I'm rob today with Chris Gamer. We're here to share our experiences to help you avoid with the mistakes we've made welcome back to the show. Thanks for joining me this week. Pretty interesting story this week. Christopher Dimmer did talk at microcosm starter back in April and and he and his co founder really stair stepped. They launched an APP that had one time sales. It was a marketplace. They grew that to where it plateaued. which wasn't isn't enough that they could live on and they saw an opportunity and started almost like a beat AC- type stock photo site not but kind of beat a small B.? And then use that to parlay into Sassa. So I don't want to Belabor it because we get into Chris's entire experience in the interview and one thing I really. We like about Christmas story. Is that he and his co founder. They learned small things. I and they didn't try to go play in the major leagues. When they didn't have the skills to do that they went and played little league and then they went and played high school ball and they played college ball and they played minor leagues and then they played major leagues? And that is that repeatable. Meticulous disciplined way that I've always believed in starting startups. It's not trying to raise hundreds of millions and take this big gluck shot that you may or may not have the skills or the confidence or the whatever to do but after listening to Christmas story you know that. Even if he were to his company today that he has a skill set that he can take with him to the next thing to the next thing and it becomes this these repeatable startups building real products selling them to real customers for real money so without further ado. Let's dive into our conversation. Christopher plummer thank you so much for joining me on the show today. Thanks for having me. We're here today. Data talk about snape your startup. That's at snape. Dot Com and your headline is Create Online graphics in a snap whip up graphics for social media ads blogs and more. Even if you're not aw graphic designer you did talk about nine months ago at Microcosm Star and it was a really interesting tale of your journey with your co founder across six or seven years multiple APPs to how you got to where you are today where snape you were just talking before the call that you expect to hit a million dollars dollars in a are in the next month or two. So congratulations on that base for much and snape you guys launched it in November of two thousand fifteen. You had four thousand dollars mirror. The end of the first month is that right. Yes so we had built up a bit of a a a list before we officially launch and we had you know kind of like Beta period so we had an audience launch to and then yeah within a month of launching we did hit about four thousand dollars. Mr which is off so good and we're going to dig in to that in this episode about how you got there and how you Kinda parlayed stair stepped your way up multiple APPs. It's a pretty pretty interesting story. And by April Twenty nineteen which again was about nine months ago. You guys were at Abou Sixty Two K.. Mara that's what you mentioned in the talk and then you're just about to hit the magic eighty three thousand three hundred thirty three dollars and thirty three cents and for those who aren't in. No that is one million air art which is a mark. It's it's a funny. It sounds odd when you say the Mirror but in eras is so cool to say. Yeah I run a seven-figure business you looking forward to that day. Yeah I mean it's it's something that I remember when Marcus is my co-founder and I remember when we first started snap. Were like man. If we can just get to ten Kate Mara like lifelessly magical goal and then you know obviously you end up hitting that and then you know everyone just talks about the Melania rare in the seven figures and so kind of once. We you vera kind of fulltime on snape and we're making a living off it that kind of next yardstick for I mean super arbitrary but it was always like. Yeah I'd love to get to about millionaire are so we'll we'll definitely celebrate what when we hit Most likely next month yeah. That's cool. Do you have plans of of what you'll do are you. When you're co-founder remote or able to get together and have a glass of champagne together? We both live in Ottawa. Were pretty much best friends so we hang out a quite a bit so oh yeah well we might do something special planned exactly. What yet? But we'll definitely do something good. Yeah if there's anything I've learned from my wife who is folks don't know Sherry walling. She's a psychologist and she works with. Founders is to celebrate those wins because they are unfortunately few and far between and there's a lot more struggle then there is the wins and I was never. I've never been good at celebrating the winds and she has has forced me to do it. And I think it's a good thing for everybody and frankly the wind is not it. Just you and your co founder. It's like take your wife out to dinner. Your your fiancee out to a great dinner or on a great trip or not. That's the thing it's like. The whole family had had to put up with me when I was growing my APP. I'm sure your girlfriend now. Fiancee S to had to put up with a lot of crap from you as well. So it's like I. I think we all deserve to kind of have have those winds when they come amen. Yeah definitely show. She'll be excited to hear that. Totally something about your story I it lines up with both stair stepping that I talk about a lot but also so this concept of this quote that I keep doing things in public creates opportunity. You went through multiple APPs to get to where you are now and you had one in two thousand twelve. That's kind of unrelated but in two thousand thirteen where you launched Bootstrap Bay two thousand fourteen twenty fourteen okay and that was a theme marketplace get place for bootstrap which is a framework. And tell me about how you guys thought like what the goal was there in launching. That was it. We WanNA launch launch a business very much. The the dream of all of us. It's to get to the point where it's supporting US fulltime. Yeah that was definitely the goal of stripe as so mark in La so we actually elite. Were both working in the in the government. That's that's how we met and it's funny because we were related to the youngest guys in the office and you know naturally we just started hanging hanging out and and became friends and then one day like mark had kind of pulled me into his office and he's like they wanna see something and it was. It was almost a zillow type of website like a real estate website. And I was like well. You can actually program like I. I had no idea because he was doing something unrelated at work. And so that kind of kicked off like the journey him just trying to figure stuff out and see if we can launch a business that could enable us to quit our jobs so so yeah the goal of bootstrap it was It was just a something that we could do while we're still working our jobs full-time and hopefully the the the idea was that that we can make enough money from it as that. We can quit angle fulltime on. It wasn't necessarily like a project like super passionate about and that we were planning on running for the next ten or twenty years. That's interesting so why started as a marketplace where you have essentially buyers and sellers rather than build out a bunch of your own themes themes and just sell it sell them like basically you're a digital product company instead of a marketplace. Yeah so essentially funny enough you would started breeding Keyword Research Seo and initially. We're actually looking for things that we can drop ship. Or whatever and then market con assembled across oss the bootstrap beans Putra templates as a keyword. which was getting a lot of search volume and at the time didn't have crazy competition like theme forest and even have its its own bootstrap category and there was kind of one major marketplace at the time which was which was called rat bootstrap? I think it's still really big today. And for variety reasons and and being super naive we thought like Oh. We can build something better uh-huh so in order to see the marketplace you know mark had kinda designed the first I like three or four themes but we thought it would be more salable if we were able to get other seem authors on board and kind of add more supply to the marketplace a good place than we can generate on her own. So that's kind of how it happened. WAS BOOTSTRAP Bay a successful business. Like can you give us an idea of how much revenue abroad and for you. So the the peak month was I think it was doing about like eight to ten K.. Or something so once we paid out like all the theme authors something I think we're profiting may be four K.. or or something so it was maybe a decent like side-hustle business but we essentially got to the point where we're having trouble growing strictly through Seo and because our margins and the lifetime value wasn't high enough we just couldn't put any money into a paid ads and we just started plateauing towing after a year and we knew it was gonna be an uphill battle in there which was kind of why we we started thinking about other stuff that we could orange. Yeah yeah no recurring revenue and the funnel is only so wide right. There is only so many people searching for for bootstrap themes and the other problem was like had mentioned the the tall marketplace could place. And as you know like first mover and this is something I learned out for. The fact is when you're kind of the dominant marketplace and you've got the first mover advantage is just so hard to due to unseat them so we we were ranking like number two or three and and the number one guy was just cleaning up so we we knew it was going to be a really really really tough battle and one that we didn't really want to keep fighting

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"snape" Discussed on Maybe It's You

Maybe It's You

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"snape" Discussed on Maybe It's You

"We are going to spring crow. Clean your relationship. We're going to have to deal with came. Okay. We're gonna come in here in Canada revenue land, we're going to do. Toured with the daughters. We're going to do by that you mean, we're gonna take fake pictures of the mad at the beach pretending to be on a crew team. Done these day mighty job as a long, snapper. What goes on snap a long, snapper, which is the person as saying L, A W, N lawn or Longa? This is a long alone. Snapper, and a kicker are two of the positions. You can use to fake yourself into college a long snapper along for the kicker punter. Back to the CAC. Yeah, there's some guys sometimes they have a center that just does that he doesn't do the regular camping. But it'll snap have to be a male long, snapper. I think if we're faking you into college can be what everyone I'm just wondering any female long snappers on any of the college football team. I don't even know it. That's expert on long, snapper. Allegiant long snapper division. One collegiate long snappers Larrea, I feel like the size of woman would have to be to be a center in the first place. Not long, snapper. They play the they are centre long, snapper. Oh, you have to be big to be a center because there because the defensive line is coming to kill you immediately. Okay. Once you snapped both you're both when you've long snap. Both of your arms are between your legs. Yes. He can be killed. You're going down. Right. You're about to get usually. I think you you snap it quick. And then you launch off and then get out. Okay. Or get in the way Snape get in the way. Oh, my God, folks, nap and get in the way. Hill year, we stay. A podcast network..

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"snape" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"snape" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"And I'm like, I'm not too in the dark. I mean once you figure out. All right. This is my father ironman, and this Spiderman once you figure out what their general powers are in films right in the beginning movie front. It's pretty too much exposition as missing now. I agree. I completely got them. Is one I've watched probably the most of any movie, here's now a movie that didn't get made superman live Soumen lives. Rest in peace. Jones Snape made this documentary. The death of superman lives what happens extrordinary tale not the story of the movie itself. But how schnaps gave a fuck and track down money to make this movie? And then track down all the elements when step past when he passed away a couple of months back rather unexpectedly and suddenly it was great God king sweaty. Somebody tweeted the best like eulogy. I saw I wish I could remember who did it was just a fan. Like, it wasn't like somebody who knew him or somebody in the media. And they said what made snap amazing was he was the only motherfucker give a fuck about superman lives, and I was like, you're right. Like, he did he cared about that movie more than the people who had millions of dollars at stake in the making of that movie and stuff all he cared. About was seeing what happened was that story about track down like a bunch of disparate elements, including Peters himself to get him. On camera is a labor of love. And that tells you everything you need to know about who should. And he was like, I if anything I should have been the guy going like I wanna make a documentary about that movie. 'cause it never happened in on the line. I've told the story about it. But schnaps was like, no, I think this story needs to be told any was making more. He was doing a series of docs about movies that didn't quite happen when he pass. Away. The the thing I've superman lizard, everyone knows Nick H goes in. No, it's the shocking things. Spiderman war diverse. Did you see that? Did you see it loved it? I can I can wait on that. I retweeted the other day of them escaping. And then he's teaching miles p guys with whip. And. With better been better when best enemy pick. Talking phenomenal. Of course, I'm calling from boy mosier co directed the Grinch..

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"snape" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"snape" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"I completely is one. I've watched probably the most of any movie, here's now a movie that didn't get made superman live Soumen lives. Rest in peace. Jones Snape made this documentary. The death of superman lives what happens extrordinary tale not the story of the movie itself. But how snap gave a fuck and track down money to make this movie? And then track down all the elements when step past when he passed away a couple of months back rather. Unexpectedly and suddenly it was great God king sweaty. Somebody tweeted the best like eulogy. I saw I wish I could remember who did it was just a fan. Like, it wasn't like somebody who knew him or somebody in the media. And they said what made snap amazing was he was the only motherfucker give a fuck about superman lives, and I was like, you're right. Like, he did he cared about that movie more than the people who had millions of dollars at stake in the making of that movie and stuff all he cared. About was seeing what happened was that story about track down like a bunch of disparate elements, including Peters himself to get him. On camera is a labor of love. And that tells you everything you need to know about who should. And he was like, I if anything I should have been the guy going like I wanna make a documentary about that movie because it never happened in on the line. I've told the story about it. But nap was like, no, I think this story needs to be told any was making more. He was doing a series of docs about movies that didn't quite happen. When he. Away. The the thing I've superman lizard, everyone knows Nick H and who goes in. No, it's shocking things Spiderman war right diverse. Did you see it? Did you see it loved it? I can I can wait on that. I retweeted the other day of them escaping. And then he's teaching miles guys with whip. And. With better been better when best enemy pick. Talking phenomenal. Of course, I'm Paul from boy mosier co directed the Grinch..

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"snape" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

The MMQB: 10 Things

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"snape" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

"What what, what could year to McVeigh's offense look like with defense is having a full off season to study them and watch film. We do kind of overlook Jared Goff a little bit. I mean, not to the point where people wonder who the quarterback for the Rams is. But obviously I feel like more than anywhere McVay is kind of the headliner golf is kind of like the headliner that doesn't really happen. And I I, I don't think either guys probably particularly thrilled with that either, but they'll take it because they're making headlines because they're winning games and winning their division golf is a very refer potentially. He's not here yet, but I think what he can't be a very refined high. Level timing and rhythm player. I see a lot of stylistic similarities to Kirk cousins, but golf is a more talented version of cousins. He moves better. I think both guys would move better than the average QB didn't get outside the pocket when something breaks down. He's got a stronger more precise arm. I think he's a little bit bigger. So he's he's a super sized Kirk cousins, and that gives them pretty good potential, especially in the scheme that has been built around cousin strength because McVay in Washington, I, I'm pretty high on jeered golfing. I liked them coming out of Cal to. He's got a lot of the physical traits that you desire. Do you worry at all one thing? This became like the big story line with the Rams. I, I think it's easily digestible for for any any even casual NFL. The big thing was like, oh, you know, they're, they're, they're getting the adjustments. The pre Snape judgments in well, McVeigh can still talk. It off in the headset and then we'll team start disguising coverages, leads him latte. Will that affect what? What golf is able to do? Do you see anything like that or really anything that offense that would make you say like, well, now that everyone's sort of had a chance to see what they do. You can expect something of a slide back. No, I, I mean, maybe a little, but the offense will also continue to evolve remember that when when people see the Rams the Rams also see them and there's they're doing to them and when you get disguised coverages, that tends to be Morgan's balanced formations. And what I mean by balances just receiver split out wide pretty evenly on both sides. You cannot have true spread formation, but a normal looking formation, the Rams getting those condensed formations, especially out of two minute or their hurry up offense as we're calling it. And when you condense the formation when you're receivers are tight inside and they're inside those painted field numbers that limits what you can do coverage wise because the spacing gets so distorted, and you have to worry about receivers intersecting and criss crossing off the line it. That's why they do those formations as you render the covered as more predictable. So you can't disguise against those looks very easily, and teams will continue to evolve with that anyway. Remember Goss going to get better as it goes along..

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"snape" Discussed on Dudes Doing Business

Dudes Doing Business

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"snape" Discussed on Dudes Doing Business

"Yeah but how bagram fund joe he picked the they pick the right week man they generally this is the worst weather week since i've lived in austin and and it's also been up to snow it's like in the upper thirty's and just pouring rain it's been absolutely like horrendous weather no sun on top of that he conveniently picked the week that we were moving offices where everybody is while trying to do their normal job also like packing boxes in like breaking down shelves and shit yes you notice a little bit less content on podcast or on a on the websites chuck at up to that because we're we're literally packing up boxes and trying to maintain as well but i think we've done a pretty good job of it is is ross going to have to break down joe's desk 'cause i noticed no amount of i can do it today because are you gotta snape passive aggressively on i definitely will that god no he he cleared out most of it but not all of it he did like an eighty percent job uh in my book has a half ask job i notice his monitor and lapeer like chain down might just throw it in the trash and tell them the deal with it it seems wasteful no i'm not going to do it uh we get some hardline caused only micha you'll see let's take a break ready get some calls in we'll be back hey this is ross bull in my new show with producer mike it called the ross bull in podcast is available now on i tuned search for the ross bullen podcasts subscribe check it out we've got segments like houston rap song of the week stuff the wicket pedia when your high animal of the week and tons of other raynham topics the ross bull in podcast is available on i tunes now all right let's get back into some calls remember you can reach us at our hotline eight eight eight eight eight dudes give us a call thirty seconds to a minute get to the point be concise give us some facts give us some context some detail the be brief all let's queued up.

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"snape" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"snape" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"Spain in fits she sarah spain and i'm jason fates thank you got the name of the show now spain and fits remember reagan and everything you need to know about the nfl playoffs this weekend and the first nfl playoff game this weekend falcons in eagles is tomorrow 435 eastern we're pump forward so we're going to head straight to the shell pennzoil performance line to speak with john king kate host a bucking kincaid on six save you the fan in atlanta you may also have seen is podcast was shack from time to time john howard things down in atlanta thanks for taking the time to join us we appreciate it uh it is uh it is waning he really didn't feet day but atlanta falcons thin steel the comoro might be a time that they booked explosion their faith like the nfc title so let's weekend what do you think at this point i mean other the falcons without with philly lacking what they lack we without carson winds are the falcons the better team going into tomorrow yeah yes but that doesn't mean that they're going to win and i don't expect them to win and and and part of that is being eagles fan in atlanta that has been doing sports talk radio in atlanta since 1995 so it's weird but i've kept my allegiances to my teens and i've i've watched every snape falcons every snap snape eagles and yes when you have matt ryan and one team as dick folz yes that's a huge factor in fact it swung the point spread in this game by ten points the falcons with the b equals with uh carson wentz would be seven and a half points favorites instead there two and a half point underdogs that is ten point swung by one guy swift makes a big big difference with the game but i don't think it necessarily means the falcons a winning and i expect that the eagle's cohen out i agree with you and and you are or siding with me that the rest of this eagle seem is strong enough that as long as fools doesn't totally take it they have a really good shot now his best season of his.

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"snape" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"snape" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"Obviously friends with edward he gets a call the call makes him upset for whatever reason they end up going to convenience store gas station um where he is then picked up by deacon they go back to deacons house the four of them are just the two of them or do we know now jess deacon and edwards okay so so edward eh is there and like we said now what we do know from or what we can assume that happened was that at some point uh either fell asleep or he was on the couch that's where he was shot with the twenty two but now for motives the again this is here say but what he has told law enforcement the rumors are that he has changed his story three times the first one in that maybe there was argument or something happened but he just snapped nod argue if there's that much pot on the property roy what other drugs are you doing is it is that a possibility or one other other drugs are being sold right and we have also look there's tons of evidence and every by an especially a middle america small towns gnaws from richmond forty thousand people and when you're talking about probably weekly heroin deaths yeah so is that something that was happening there and he said he just snap de snape anger or did snap because he was on some kind of drug the second reason he gave was that edward hill house worked for the mafia.

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"snape" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"snape" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

"Prevented them from doing that you know i it was a shame what happened because they had a chance to at least make it a game lead in the first half on a really nice drive and then you know one of their best players in one of the best players had his position for years and years joe staehli just had a really bad snape late in the second quarter and lawrence beat him and sacked uh uh better port with a force trumbull and a shame of it is is that goodwin was wide open on the cross certain uh in the end zone and that's exactly where better was going as he started his delivery so i'm not suggesting they would have beaten the cowboys but they would have got into halftime a to ten getting the ball to start the third quarter as opposed to twenty two three where the game felt like it was getting away from them right what about uh the bills offense against the bucks defense bills put up thirty eight points i'm just curious i you know you don't really expect that i guess from the bills was that more bills offense more bucks d you know look at cairo taylor has been in this league as a starter for a number of years now certainly no one suggesting he's a topfive quarterback that's not the point but he's the build quarterback so they have to play with him and they've really done a nice job rick dennis unity offense of coordinator they've done are you really really good job they're were very successful with first in ten passing they're very successful with play action patching that's been the case all season they really do a nice job would their route concepts they attack in breakdown coverage is on first down as you know ross on first down.

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"snape" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"snape" Discussed on Mixergy

"Entrepreneurs need to be problem solving machines and so you explained how you did that in the beginning you had your own problem you needed to solve it before you create this for a customer of for customer base you want to make sure that they also have this problem and when they did have this problem and they refined your understanding of the problem your job was to solve it and so snape version 10 which was snape doutriaux not snape dot com insider to solve that but we don't stop solving problems once we get a customer base we go back to the customer base and back to other potential customers and we understand the next problem and try to solve that and so for you the next problem was hey this are one of the next bombs was this works really well on one platform i want to easily move it to another and i have a problem making that transition if you see that in uh people have that problem your job is in entrepreneurs to solve it what do you think in my my right yeah i mean the the a lot of a lot of being an entrepreneur is just you know putting out fires a they can have the next thing to solve um so that that says a good way of putting in for sure and the reason that the dating site didn't work out was there was no problem that you were solving there was in a big group of people who said i want to only date other students and so when you launch classmate catch you weren't addressing that problem yeah what it was wasn't a burning problem it was in a meaningful problem one that made it entire solution to sell it to right it's not just a problem i have a lot of little problems like why do i have to take one step up to get on my treadmill every day here and the and the office of a treadmill desk that the problem but it's a minor one how do you how do you know what's a minor one and what's have major one because you're right our job is not to solve their minor problems because they're not gonna pay for it not going gonna come back for that solution but it's a solve the big ones how do you know what's a big one for you.

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"snape" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"snape" Discussed on Mixergy

"And then we started getting a lot of traffic to two stocks now and so this was great because you know we had the idea for snape now we have this stock voters safest getting a lot of traffic and we knew that you know a lot of those people would probably be interested in snape so what i did was i did a couple us surveys to people that were on our email lists for stock snap and then i even did a few um like skype interviews and i wanted to find out you know what tools really using what what was our current processed recruiting graphics just to see if there are actually was you know other people that were kind of had the same pain is me and after a few of those interviews it it did become pretty aparent that um you know there there was we really thought there was a need for this product and he gave us the confidence to go ahead and start building it on stock snapped out i out it looks beautiful beautiful you keep saying i'm not a designer who hell's designing this stuff then will march the designer as so he's you know he's he's super talented but you know mark mark doesn't have the time to create a you know a featured emerge for for one of our blog post so that that was kind of the whole thing i see all right i get it because you know what a lot of the stock photography sites were charging money even if it's a buck per if you're doing even if it's about per image if someone's doing of a blog for fun a kind of sucks to have to pay a buck for an image just make a look good and allow the stop photography sites at the time it to a great degree even still today.

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