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September 17th, 1859: Joshua Norton Declares Himself Emperor the United States
"The day was september seventeenth. Eighteen fifty nine a failed gold rush era businessman named joshua norton visited the offices of the san francisco bulletin. He gave the editor a short notice to be published in that day's paper and it began as follows at the peremptory request of a large majority of the citizens of these united states. I joshua norton of san francisco california declare and proclaim myself emperor of these united states. Now not much is known about norton's early life before his time as the self proclaimed emperor but what we do know is he was born around eighteen eighteen to a jewish family of merchants in present day. London when he was two. His family moved to south africa where his father established a successful ship. Supply business norton trying to get into the family business himself but his own ship supply. Company wound up going bankrupt after less than two years by the time he was thirty years old. Both of his parents and two of his siblings had died so one year later in eighteen. Forty nine norton left south africa for good in made his way to san francisco like many aspiring businessmen of his day. Norton had traveled to california hoping to capitalize on the recent gold rush after receiving his inheritance. He was worth about forty thousand dollars. Which is well over a million dollars. In today's money in san francisco. He invested that money in real estate including waterfront property. He also started a successful commodities business selling staple foods like rice and flour by eighteen. Fifty two norton had turned his forty thousand dollar investment into a quarter million dollar fortune. He was now one of the most influential and respected citizens of the city. But in a boom and bust town like gold. Rush era san francisco. What goes up. We'll certainly come down and often sooner than you'd expect.
Where Did Body Mass Index Originate?
"Today. We're looking at whether it really is that bad for your health to be fat and a quick note about our words in this episode. A lot of people don't like the words overweight or obese. Some people prefer the term fat as a neutral way to describe a person's body like tall but not everyone is comfortable with using fat this way and meanwhile overweight and obese have specific definitions medicine. So we're going to end up using all these terms but we'll try to be careful about when and why we use them okay so in order to talk about this at all we've got to with the bmi the body mass index every stat. You've never heard about how many americans are overweight comes from this measure. Hundreds of thousands of studies rely on it. It's a staple of modern medicine. So where on earth did it come from to find out. We're going to go back to the nineteen fifties do the university of minnesota's football stadium. The golden gophers are battling it out in the big ten conference. Our story starts down in the depths of the stadium entered through gate twenty seven. Just as if you had a ticket gate twenty so and then there's a maze of of hallways and offices along under the sloping of the The bleachers above this is henry blackburn. He's taking us to the lab where the bmi was born. He's a professor emeritus and minnesota so When when we worked there on a saturday could hear a distant rumble. When the minnesota eighteen got a touchdown run out and run up the causeway and see if we could see the extra point kick sometimes invaded by berman. Because of all those who left the stands and the carter but it was our place. Were very much at home. There and one thing they were doing and as weird lab was trying to answer this big question. How much fat do we have in our bodies. This was important because scientists figured it was the first step and understanding whether fat is bad for us
"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"We discussed the latest news and trends in and around the nfl we're joined by analysts like former nfl cornerback. Dominique foxworth for fat for the insider fantasy expert field. Yates players and espn. Radio's michael juniors. Also if you like access knows analytics and probably much talk. Money is the give it a. Listen wherever you get your podcasts. A great to have all of you here. Let's continue with more phone calls and john. In alabama mccall. Yes i can. John thank you. I'm sorry i've got to flank of they think the elemental fourteen and a half as far as vegas boys goes. I don't know. I don't i don't know if it's I think it made me closer than that now. I want you opinions. Got one thing. Have we heard from the lower buckeye fans the leaving the answer to jeff. The blowhard from ohio is no we have not. he's the one that always says. I'll call rainer shine. Yeah we are now. Three days into the week Are weak and jeff from columbus has been a wall. Thank randy nowhere to be found. I sincerely doubt he'll ever call again. What about we've heard we've heard. Can't we heard him for the final time prediction. That probably won't come true. But i felt like saying it. That's what you call a bait anyway. Let's continue with more phone calls. And one guy that always calls whether his team wins or loses and quite frankly. I can't remember the last time. His team lost. Legend is up next good afternoon. Can you hear me. I fall off this phone. Yes legend. I do hear you. It's outrageous andy staples should not be given frigging the college football you raw album. That's outrageous crime series of the drug test. They right now all. It's outrageous that this my gets paid the total about college football and he only got enough self though that alabama scored a hole in florida's on saturday. Paul it's a nice thing or explain to me and and he's one of the upper echelon in our industry. He's he's at the top of the food. Shame when it comes to when it comes to a green oh the upper echelon middle of the pack. Want to see the middle of the pack. I've seen it. That's your wages fall. I mean has he looked at tim. Smith six five thirty twenty and the fact that two and critics hers all american land in the middle of that. That's the one. That's how this paul. I'm discussed undiscussed it. This is the so-called expert that comes on your show to hear talking college football and he ain't got enough cricket sets set a off. He's not the only one. I don't know if you heard the interview with buddy martin. Earlier the writer down in in gainesville who was responding to judge john salty but he he says john did not do his homework about how tough place to swamp is komal man that the swamp is brought up. You know you know the answer to this. The one of the worst coaches in alabama football history. I mean this is not our might. Dubose went into the swab and beat steve. Spurrier my dollars. Swap and the cell towers only gator. That's what happened. I mean. I mean the five sort of sucks ball. This any comes on. Say the first came on your show getting pay. I remember another one telling us. Lsu was going eleven there wont was buried so because his law. I don't know tall guys getting paying these analysis. And it's clear that bias against alabama clearly making them look stupid as hail. I mean i'm not going to get on national. Tv or radio and say the kansas city chiefs all have a chance against the jaguars other tag wires. They're going to beat the cheese. These so called experts can look at rosters. Hey look at lineups. Alabama got just see. How much more talented we all it does. Florida does only know who to heal. Their quarterback is at the moment not a time. Richardson series damn getting mark..
"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Trevor lawrence. Andy staples florida fans are optimistic In terms of this game as we close where we began What's their best case scenario. I mean i you know. I'm not talking about a punchers chance but what does this game. How does this game need to play out for the gators to be in it. At the end i think they control time of possession. They keep bryce young from buying time one of the things. I was very impressed by in the miami game with rice. Young was when he runs around. It is not because he's panicking or because he feels like things are breaking down. He runs around with with a real great idea. Where he is relative. Line of scrimmage and he's basically buying time forcing those dvd's to cover for longer and there were times when when the miami db's had to cover those receivers for five or six seconds. That's not possible so you know the question is. Can he do that. If he's gotten cox jeremiah moon trying to run him down. If florida's defenders can run him down and get him on the ground every once in a while. then he's probably gonna stop doing that. Probably gonna stay in the pocket and that allows florida's db's to play them more straight up to only have to cover for the usual amount of time that gives them a chance and florida's get to run the ball a lot going to try to try to win this game on the ground. And you know. We haven't seen alabama have to deal with a florida team like this. You know. alabama had no problem against dan mullins mississippi state offenses. That looked like this. But this is a little bit different breed of player. So we'll see if they can control o'clock keep the score down. Maybe forced the qb in this incident mistakes but if they do they can win this game and if they do that's a huge program. Momentum building win does it guarantee that they can beat georgia and when the sec snow but it tells you they can play with teams at that level. And that's that's what. Dan mullen really wants to prove here well done. Andy staples joining us from the athletic. Always good to have you on andy. We're heading to a break right now. More of your phone calls the final thirty minutes. It is all yours on. What's.
"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Oh my let me go there. We yes we go. There couldn't get the tickets offers. Her name is jennifer jen. She's in the alumni relations. Her job is to recruit money from and all that stuff so Then i'm going to watch the game up in the president's sweet so we're already elevator hoy up there so my friend mike. You check took care of me like you wouldn't believe. My son is a senior at auburn. Right now he's flying up friday night just signed his friend day from johnstown driving down the baltimore airport. Pick him up. Take him to state college. And they're going to stay with katie mccreary. That's their high school friend and then they're going to You know my son hogue and he's gonna go. Watch the game up the president's box with mike and i and it's just i just wanted to let you know that there's gonna be some auburn people. They're my friends my route Delta sigma phi attorney brothers. There's some of them are gonna meet me up there you know. Gillespie ameri and denise and some other people that you know that are from auburn. So i gotta tailgate that they can all come to. I've been in contact with them. Show them picture of the parking lot the map and all that. So it's it's gonna be great and too unconcerned at auburn is going to go into a hostile environment for the first time in over two years because last year nobody really went into a stadium with one hundred thousand screaming fans. It's it's it's going to be a test for them. I think because like you said their first two games. They weren't really challenged and haven't traveled yet this year. So little concern. That first quarter is they can just settle down and you know have their wits about them the first quarter. I think it should be a good game. What do you think i do too. I'm really looking forward to it. we had Jay paternal on about an hour ago and fabulous conversation with him. You enjoy it. Tell me When you when you get done next week how it went. We're heading to a break. Andy staples into a few big games. In his time he covered urban. Meyer's first game..
"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"We are back. Andy staples joining us in a couple of minutes. We have had a busy one already. With k j jefferson and so many other guests including j paternal. We got a call from a famous drummer in a band. And we've had quite an afternoon here. Let's continue More calls mark is arkansas. You're on the air. Hello mark hill mr five. I'm how's your day going great. Thank you good. I wanna thank you. And the se nation crew for the difference. You show to raise your bathroom saturday. It made for great great day. Well it was it was. It was really cool to be there. It's always fun but this was Beyond special We've been there a couple of times with some bad teams This one was was was one. I'll never forget very good Same here You can even you mr tibo back. We'll we'll take it back. He's okay with us. He was he. He had a good time with his texas pick. That's for sure. Well he did but I gotta tell you that Utah texas hand with across the parking lot Admit smiling ever since so. Hey you know what's funny about that. I i had a friend. Text me Saturday night from he was in colorado for the texas game. He said i know arkansas. He said the m crowd like that one too by the way they do have taste. I'll say that. Hey thank you very much back. Arkansas abs- weight Had a blast. There you bad good to hear from you. Let's continue with more phone. Calls and lee is in memphis. Hello hey paul going. We're doing great les. Thank you two questions. hang listen What water offers. Chances saturday an state and do you think that memphis has a chance mr say. Hey man yeah i. I frankly like memphis. Chances more than auburn game being at home. And i frankly i i think. Auburn has an outside shot of winning i. I just wish. I knew. More about auburn. Based on these two games. I know i know they played really terrible opposition but it seems like they have things going really good direction. I i'm fascinated by the mississippi state memphis game. Hey thanks for the call appreciate it. let's continue. Kevin is in georgia. You're on the air. Hey paul appreciate you taking my call. Thank you Over over the years the gamecocks had enough trouble with the bulldog in their own state. And that's the citadel bulldogs. We've got a one game going against them i Hey by the way i was. I was at the citadel. Win in whatever your that was Fifteen fourteen yeah. I saw the. I i was working that game. As as a reporter Sideline reporter. And i'll never forget it as long as i live. It's the only time i've ever done and the only time i'll ever do it. Yeah we'll be depending next time. I mean we're we're an sds. School quick story kevin so. I don't remember what happened. Sec nation was in south carolina. That day it was it was off weekend when there really are no good games and the sideline reporter. I don't know somehow the sideline reporter got sick. I really don't have any idea how i ended up with the job but somebody said is there any chance you could stick around and do the game i. I've never done this before. I said to my said it couldn't be very hard I mean you spend the entire to meeting the night before we spent all the time talking about what stories to talk about with. When when when south carolina blows out the citadel. And they're right. All of a sudden the citadel starts winning the game. And i'm like talking to people. I said what am i supposed to do here. They said well you're obviously interview. The citadel coach after the game and i distinctly remember him being rather rooted halftime and i checked with their people and he said well. This guy really doesn't like you. I said it's not really my problem. I said why doesn't he like me. So when senator played florida state. I think the previous year you said you referred to the citadel as a high school team. I'm not sure he's going to talk to you I said well we all. So i walked up to. I don't remember the guy's name he's not there anymore. Obviously and i just said coach. Congratulations and he. He he got over his dislike of me to talk about how important win was but It was it was amazing to watch the game from the field. Yes sir I was there in nineteen ninety one that year as well so no i didn't go. I didn't realize you guys investment success. Hey thank you for the call. I do appreciate it and you brought back some rather bizarre memories. Tim is in pennsylvania. Hello tim how're you doing. Paul thanks for taking my phone call. Once before i'm the guy that lives in johnstown pennsylvania halfway between stay each and i have a lot of friends that are penn state alum and pit alarm and i graduated from auburn and i got a picture of review the day that the sec sec nation was down in auburn uber's leading at lunchtime in the wellness kitchen with a group of students. Oh coming out in member. Yes when i left my car with my wife at the counter so is so excited to meet you and all that anyway so my friend michael you check a graduate nineteen eighty-four. He's an engineer from penn state. And he. he's he's done well so he gave them years ago. A large amount of money in a A rolling scholarship. That goes to students every year in his parents name. So i called my buddy. Mike months ago like in the spring. I said you know what you gotta take care of. You gotta get me. Some penn state auburn tickets. Well he got us in to the president barron's tailgate his house starting at four thirty. Oh my let me go there. We yes we go. There couldn't get the tickets offers. Her name is jennifer jen. She's in the alumni relations. Her job is to recruit.
Lowest-Paid Workers Hit Hardest by Price Increases
"We're seeing it everywhere. According to the consumer price index that came out today. The price of gas was up two point eight percent in august from july and at the grocery store or paying more for salad dressing and bacon those staples went up four percent and three point three percent last month overall the cpi rose a seasonally adjusted point three percent in august that slower than the half a percentage increase in july. But it's still having a significant impact especially on low wage workers. They're finding that the raises their employers gave them or being eaten up by higher costs joining me now with more. Is wall street. Journal economics reporter. Sara cheney cambon. Hi sarah thanks for being here. Thanks so much for having me. Emory so sarah. Let's step back briefly to talk about. How employers who've been reacting to a tight labor market. We've seen many raising wages and benefits and even offering signing bonuses to attract workers so typically all of these steps would mean good conditions for lower wage workers right and we are seeing that so back in the spring a lot of people got vaccinated. A lot of businesses started reopening as states lifted restrictions and companies mainly in leisure and hospitality so think restaurants airports really needed to hire workers. They couldn't find them for multiple reasons very easily and so they started to ramp up. Pay so lower. Wage workers were pretty big beneficiaries of these wage
The Pros and Cons of Soya Beans
"The only time to my knowledge that i've ever eaten a soybean in soybean form is at amami those green pods you get as a starter at sushi restaurants which i love so young soybeans which is what mommy is is generally esteemed but once you actually had the mature bean and then you try to cook it. The results tend to be less than appetizing. Gen fu is a professor at emory university. Who studies the history of science technology and medicine in china. And she's the author of the other milk. She published under jetson but she goes by wendy her everyday life. So that's what we're going to call her. This episode wendy told us that the soybean was likely domesticated in what's now northeastern china. Right on the border with korea wild soybeans and then domesticated soybeans. They're not particularly high maintenance. They grow well in a lot of different regions and their beans which are in general. A good thing to and so people ate a lot of them. It isn't early crowd that is recognized and becomes part of what is known as the classical grains. so we know that soybean is not actually green but it was treated as sort of staple food similar to weet As well as rice it was a staple yes but it was only a staple out of necessity. Like wendy said. The mature soybean has some issues more so even than many of its fellow colleagues. It causes pretty intense gas innocent flatulence and even though like all means it's packed with protein. It also contains a chemical that means our bodies kant really process that protein but there is a way around the protein blocking problem and at least a little of the flatulence problem and that is to boil the crap out of mature
More Than a Million People in Drought-Stricken Madagascar Face Food Shortages
"Southern madagascar more than a million people urgently need food and thousands faced dire famine conditions. The region is normally hot and dry but multiple years of severe drought have devastated harvests of maize rice and other staple crops on the african island massive dust. Storms and locus have ravaged. What few crops remain. There's very little sign of water on this theory. Little sign of vegetation as well showy fac role as with the world food program which provides emergency food aid in the hardest hit communities. She's met people who've been forced to eat wild. Cactus leaves and tubers to survive rates of severe. Malnutrition have spiked especially among children people. Living day in day out morning tonight every day with empty stomachs as the climate warms. Southern madagascar is expected to grow even hotter with more frequent droughts. None of these people in the south have contributed to the climate crisis. They don't drive cars. They don't like hanes. yes she says. The people of southern madagascar are already suffering the impacts of climate
"staples" Discussed on Fresh Air
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"staples" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Stables family with mavis staples singing lead listening to you saying e. Can't help but think you could have been aretha. Franklin if you know what i mean you could have had a lot of that kind of success as a soul singer Now you have had lots and lots of success but did you ever. Did you ever wish ever that you were singing. Secular songs and on top of the soul charts all the time and with with with all of the fame and everything that comes to. Its hashed that particular kind of secular success. No terry a really have it I was always happy. Singing with the family My my my head just didn't ever go towards the being a solo artists and being the top like that i had had. I've had offers when. I was a teenager when i was singing with the family. Things like uncloudy days in our first years i i'd been offered the millions to record secular music. People like vj records made offers and other labels that were out doing that time. But it just didn't appeal to me. And i've never felt that i've lost by by not doing that. I've always felt that you know sing with the family and singing. The gospel songs was the best for me. But when i started doing these things in in sixty nine with sacs this too was to stu just trauma to to see just how this would go and also to enhance what the family was doing. But i've never even dwelled on getting out there like that. Tell me how the family started singing together. Well we were. We were kids. I guess may have been about six years old. My mother worked nights. My father worked days during the day. My mother would keep us at night possible. Keep us so daddy was singing with Quartet grew at the time and things were going with them. You know how you have seven six seven guys together during that time you. It's hard for everybody to be. You know under the same accord and thinking the same so pops just decided one night he quit. He couldn't go along with it anymore. Came home picked up his guitar. Gave each one of us apart. You know but we just doing this. Really to amuse ourselves terry while pops was babysitting. I suppose But it was never meant we've never meant to venture out into making a career of singing. Well how did it become a career. It became a career because we had an aunt and katie. One of daddy's sisters lived with us. Has she heard us hers and she invited us to her church. One sunday well. We went out to seeing at this church and we knew one saw the people liked it so much. They clapped his back and clapper's back and we had to sing that particular song over and over so policy. We'll go home and learn more. We recorded it uncloudy day and that record total gospel record so a million which was with unlikely that time in nineteen fifty. Six and letters just came from everywhere pops. My sister and my brothers were working. I was still in school and we were just flooded with these. So pops we. We thought they thought about japan giving up their jobs and getting out on the road you know it. It took off from that particular song and cloudy day When you were a teenager you were when you were an older teenager. You were already on the road singing gospel with your family Whereas a lot of your peers were not with their families. And and let's face it when you're a teenager as a time Usually when people start coming of age sexually and experimenting with various things Did you ever feel held back from being on the road with your father in a gospel group. No i didn't. Because i was doing what i enjoyed and when i came home off the road i hung out with my friends. You know i was the average teenager. I went to dances and skating. Rinks a bowling. You know the everything that And i had my best friends. I had my boyfriend. You know we do. In that time we would only go out maybe two weeks at a time it. After later years got heavier we stay out of months at a time. But but During that time we wouldn't stay out any longer than two weeks. Maybe three and we came home. I did everything the average teenager would do. Mavis staples is my guest. Would you describe the church that you grew up in. I grew up in a baptist church very lively where you know as soon as the music start. I'd jump up and cut my hands. Have mount eagle baptist church ribbons c. J. rogers was the past. And i'm still in the same type of environment. I'm at trinity united church of christ now reverend jeremiah wright and we you know it's not the sanctified church but people rejoice in the same way. We have a good time. I always a good time. Church in the late sixties. I think it was the staple singers started singing a message songs which is a departure from the gospel music How did you cross over into that. Well the message song. Actually we made to transition We made one transition. I before that message we went to protest songs are first thing was protests socks. That was doing the time we were with. Dr king during the movement so we'd sing songs like march freedom's highway and why am i treated so bad. When will we be paid for the work. We've done hide. After we felt that things had gotten a little better not all the way together for as far as we were concerned as far as the black movement went but after the protests odd we looked around and see gangs so we can't respect yourself. These are the message zone. Respect yourself songs like this. I want to play something from that period. Okay and this is. I'll take you there. Which was a big hit all right staple singers. You want to say anything about it. I'll take you there. No well we did this. In muscle shows with the muscle shows Alabama guide how bill produced it and wrote it. And i think it's a great zone. Well i wanna thank you very much for talking with us about your music and your life thank you. My pleasure hear mavis staples speaking with terry gross in one thousand nine hundred nine next up. We feature our interview with gladys knight as our summer of soul series concludes. Here's i'll.
"staples" Discussed on Fresh Air
"What was your family's reaction when you were young to singing. Secular songs was a no. No that was a no. No in fact terry i. I've got the worst switching. The my life for singing blue song and i was a kid in school. I was going to school down south at that time in my bio mississippi and on variety. Show dude here. Ella johnson under jukebox. Is you know Since i feel for you and that's wrong. I liked it and i would sing it to myself all the time. So dula variety show a new wanted to sing and that song was dishonored. I was at the time. And i actually my grandmother heard about it and she gave me this nice little switching ford and let me know that you know no one had ever said to me. Mavis don't seem to blues gospel songs. Only so this was what. I found out that you know my family was and i still didn't know i was a kid. But that was the first beginning of mavis knowing that the staples family would sing gospel. Now your father used to play blues before turning to did yes but mostly just around the house or whatever not not actually onstage. Pops was in inspired by a guys like john. Lemon blind john lemon and in wolf so when he first playing guitar that was what he was playing. If you notice you hear a lot of blues licks in the staples singers gospel songs the especially the first things that we the first albums that we record it because we had only pops guitar that was the only music we have with us and maybe a drumbeat but pops still plays a very bluesy. Guitar is an electric guitar too. Is that unusual on the gospel circuit. At the time while it was at that time in fact they were guitars. Onstage period is that considered a and pops had to go to the bob. Learn them no in fact. I can't quote the exact scripture terry but there is a scripture that it says we shall rejoice with strings and tambourines. So you have a guitar. Instrument is a stream and and shortly after you know when the church people seem to have gotten pass it at shortly afterwards every gospel. A thing on the road brought in a guitar and electric guitar. Pops were still different. He had this Tremolo on this and they would call his nervous guitar but like i said shortly after the staples singers came pasta and his guitar every dixie hummingbirds nightingales mighty clouds of joy. Any group gospel that you could name harder guitar player. Well why don't we hear something from the staples family. Okay and you're singing lead on this. This is i'm leaning Hello.
"staples" Discussed on Fresh Air
"This message comes from. Npr sponsor wise at weisan connects you with tutors and more than twelve thousand topics for personalized one on one lessons. Get twenty five dollars off your first three tutoring lessons by signing up at w. y. z. A. n. t. dot com slash. Npr this is fresh air. I'm david being cooley. Professor of television studies at rohan university. In for terry gross. We're concluding our summer of soul series today listening back to performers who were featured in the quest love documentary about the nineteen sixty nine harlem cultural festival with interviews from mavis staples and gladys knight mavis staples was a teenager. When she began performing with their family. The staple singers the quartet was led by her father pops staples by the late nineteen fifties. The staple singers was one of the most popular gospel groups in the country. In the early seventies the group crossed over to the top of the pop charts with message songs. Such as i'll take you there and respect yourself a road. Respect one of the many fans of mavis staples was prince..
Louisiana State Police, Jared Brown And Aaron Bowman discussed on AP News Radio
"Video that was kept secret for more than two years shows a Louisiana state police trooper hitting a black motorist several times with a flashlight that's Louisiana state police body camera audio from may twenty nineteen the video which was obtained by the Associated Press shows trooper Jared brown pummeling black motorist Aaron Bowman eighteen times with a flashlight Bowman was pulled over for a traffic violation and suffered a broken jaw three broken ribs a broken wrist and a gash to his head that required six staples to close brown defended the attack is quote pain compliance Bowman's encounter occurred less than three weeks after Louisiana state police troopers punched stunned and dragged another black motorist before he died in police custody federal
Ben Erwin of Thunder Valley Casino Resort on His First Series in a Long Time
"Invite our good friend. Ben irwin's rector poker operations for thunder valley known as for a very very long time to be our guest today. So we can get you amped up for coming out to join us near sacramento. Yes so ben. how're you doing. First of doing great ninth grade to grade could be on and definitely looking forward to the championship longtime coming and we said it starts officially friday but we know the action got started last saturday. You had. What was a really really interesting satellite. I'm sure other people done it. But i haven't seen it before winners. Got to seize not just won two seats one in the anti nor cal classic which is coming up soon and then of course and then our championship event at the end of the series. I think it was like one in eight. Got both of those seats right. So dell's how how turned out. Because all the tweets made weak- you pack the place. That's exactly what happened. Yeah we we got ready for first or i after a long time and Looking at it and saying you know what maybe a great move to start off would be to put the tour event in satellite and you know get people excited about the series and that's exactly what happens so We ran a couple of steps satellites. You could win your way into that. That three seventy five packet satellite. Get in there for ninety bucks And about sixty people did that and then On the on. Saturday wind up with two hundred sixty three so i gave us thirty three packages wa but the excitement in the air. The room being full The first time in a very long time and It was great. You know what was probably one of the best parts of the amount of people that just said. Thank you for bringing this back. Thank you for doing this and So we're we're excited and looking forward to it. I mean how does that feel to be able to do big tournaments again. It does if we've been very very patient on our end and now to be here and this was You know this is. This has been a staple of our schedule. Now for you know they'll be the seven daniel And you know you go back. I mean heck. We've been holding holding the nor cal. I think for nine years. Yeah so it's It's an event that people know they're used to in the summer You know the summer looks a lot different. These days But when things for sir is there any up here and we're looking forward to absolutely
South Park Creators Pledge 14 New Films for Paramount+
"Good news. They're going to be making fourteen new south park movies. Brad tell us breath us. Yeah not only are getting fourteen newsouth part movies. But it's part of this big new overarching deal that trey parker and matt stone the creators of south park just strapped with mtv entertainment studios and viacom. Cbs because they're also Extending south park out through. It's a milestone thirtieth season and then the deal also includes these fourteen director streaming southbound spinoff movies that will be released exclusively on paramount plus. And this is a deal that is going to make parker and stone over nine hundred million dollars which is crazy I mean. I don't even gosh i nine hundred million dollars. I mean even split between the. It's still four hundred fifty million dollars and that's just it's crazy to me. That's a crazy amount of content to commit to the like rpm still like clamoring for south park at this point. I mean south park still has very loyal fans. It's you know there's a reason it's been around for this long. It's a staple of comedy central. It's the recent specials that they've done the vaccination special they did You know a previous special. They had as well. I think it was the holiday special. And so they've proven to be very popular still and it's just to show that stuck around for so long and people continue to watch it so it's you know it's one of those things where it's just a staple now of television essentially and it's gonna keep going as long as you know Viacom keeps ordering new seasons of
The History of Cannabis
"Turns out we have geology to thank for cannabis. At least for cannabis's psychoactive properties. The ancient ancestors of the cannabis plant started growing tens of millions of years ago around. What is now central asia like pakistan northern india nepal. And then something dramatic happened the entire subcontinent. That is now. India drifted north crashed into asia. The crumple zone is what we now call. The himalayas and the cannabis plants that were growing in that zone. Got really really high and the ones that were stuck down low the plains near the himalayas. Well they didn't get quite so high is difference is both topographical and literal the cannabis. The grew in the mountainous region started producing thc. Which or the uninitiated is the chemical in cannabis. That gets you high. We don't know for certain. Why the plant produces it. It appears serve kind of sunscreen. Chris duval is a professor at the university of new mexico and author of two books on the topic. The african roots of marijuana and cannabis kris told us that the cannabis that stayed down low and temperate plains. Those plans did not produce. thc they became. What we know is hemp source of cloth rope and disgusting. Health foods cannabis grew really easily and a lot of different environments especially ones. We disturbed to build settlements. It was literally a weed. That's why we call it weed. And so there was probably a lot of cannabis just growing in central and east asia both the high mountainous regions and the low parts and so a really longtime ago as long as maybe twelve thousand years ago people figured out ways to use it. It appears for both populations. Initially people used it for the seeds which are edible You know you can buy them in. Eat them nowadays. Emcees are often founded natural food stores. Today they're full of wonderful nutrients but they taste terrible. And before you all right in and tell me i'm wrong. not only to. Cynthia agree with me. The historical record does to kris told us that in china hemp seeds were at one point considered a staple food but it was kind of slowly replaced as people in that region in china. You know kind of domesticated and started using other plants more calmly so types of militans organ kind of displaced at
"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Us shortly. It's been a busy one. Let's get back to the calls and make up for lost time. Legend is up next. Good afternoon legend. Hey good to talk to you man. thank you man. I tell you what man college football that went crazy. And it's like the wild wild west. Bro is crazy man. I thought it was going crazy when we had this free agency going. All which is what the transfer portal is. And then i really thought i said man is really well while now because not only does alabama may millionaires. The nfl draft hail millionaires. Just a commitment. Now you know what i'm saying l. alabama. You will be megan air air for you. Give everybody union the nfl draft. I mean come on man and you alabama is the place man. come on. it's crazy paul. It's like the wild wild west man. Have you ever seen any. Did you ever think you will see what you're saying this year. No no And by the way. Be careful about arch manning There's a there's a he. He's very fond of the guy who was the offensive coordinator last year at alabama. Well we know texas you know. I don't have a problem with texas coming into the league Really don't and here's the reason. I know you don't have a problem with him coming into the league because sam bases crazy. Oh yeah and that means great collars for bob i. I am so glad to be a part of this journey because the opportunity to hear texas callers call in and then have almost every other fan base calling to attack them is going to be brilliant for us. Yeah i heard somebody say earlier and earlier show. That haven't texas in your league is like being married to a stripper. Said it's a lot of fun. Count drama and a lot of baggage. They a comers paul. How's married to a stripper. Fine line when it goes from from a thrill to how come we're out of advil. Yeah absolutely when you buy your what the hell have. I got so into and sec. Waco texas one morning and say what in the hell are. We got ourselves in into here. Because the main paul texas light notre dame very used to be their bane. Nobody's afraid of checks is no more now love the running by roberson dudes outstanding gift jar. That is an outstanding mood. But my hands away afraid of sex. This no more paul. There used to be. I remember bingham chevy ship game. I mean you can't even call yourself leagues when your opponent. Sorry for being your sorry butt down at a championship game. I mean and the main paul am is even worse. You know what's worse than to be worse than it used to be. Pau never was a wannabe delusional. One of the paul lose wannabe of the and that's what texas am beat. Is there a delusional of elite. Leave and what's funny about this. We've seen as alabama ams this little brother being afraid of big brother this doll. This says this problem. Because i'm gonna say and i thank you notice. It's true when oklahoma. Texas comes to the sec. It'll be a very short time. They will be the second third best team and the southeastern conference ball. It won't take them long at all. This is devastating for lsu for tetteh now for me because davis the third and fourth best teams in the conference to fifth and sixth best teams in the conference. And that's a big difference. Paul that is a huge difference. Math all this really trouble all man. What's new coach name hairline. What's his name paul. I think it's Let's see Gus malzahn.
The 7 Rules for Becoming a Millionaire Entrepreneur
"Today. I wanted to share with you. Seven tips seven lessons. That i've learned that will help you to become a millionaire entrepreneur. I let me start by saying. I've been an entrepreneur for over twenty five years and becoming a millionaire did not happen fast for me. It wasn't something where i went out. Launched my first business and it was instant riches. It didn't work that way for me. It took me many years to figure out exactly what i was doing. Make tons of mistakes along the way and so. My goal of this podcast is to help you to learn from my mistakes in advance. So now i'm going to share with you seven tips. Seven lessons that i've learned along the way lesson number one. You have to understand two very important terms and business caq and ltv cac stands for customer acquisition. Cost and ltv stands for lifetime value bullies. Terms are pretty self explanatory caq being customer acquisition costs that means it's the cost of acquiring a customer and lifetime value is the value of a client over the lifetime of that client not on their first order not in their first month nine in their first year but the lifetime value of client. Dan kennedy a famous entrepreneur copy writer and author was quoted as saying the business that can spend the most to acquire a customer wins now the cost of acquiring a customer is relative to the lifetime value if it costs you ten thousand dollars to acquire a customer that may seem like a lot but in reality if the lifetime value of that client is fifty thousand or a hundred thousand or a million ten thousand dollars would be a winning acquisition cost vice versa if it costs you ten thousand dollars to acquire a customer. The lifetime value is only a thousand or five thousand or even ten thousand. It's probably not a winning equation. So understanding caq and ltv is very important to every entrepreneur lesson number two under promise and over deliver. I've lived by this model for many many years as an entrepreneur and it is served me very well. The reason is simple. It's very hard to build a successful business without repeat and referral business and if you burn your customers on the way in you'll never get a reorder you'll never get a referral and you'll destroy your reputation and with the internet. The way it is these days. It's impossible to do business if you have a bad reputation so learning how to under promise. An overdeliver is a mainstay a staple and a core fundamental of every business. That i do
Trying Trends and Investing in Staple Furniture Pieces That Aren't Boring
"And getting new six quick tips for furniture. Purchases with no regrets. Okay so furnishing her home can totally be a process. Usually start somewhere between hand-me-downs in ikea and you work your way into three pieces and box stores and then you might end up learning your lesson on where to splurge and save and start investing in some higher end or custom pieces. So i'm going to share some tips to hopefully make navigating this process easier. No matter where you're at tip number one splurge versus save is as easy as trend versus timeless. So when should you buy an expensive piece of furniture that has the look want versus invest in something that might last you a really long time. You should do both so some pieces in your house are going to be pieces. You use all the time in love for years while others are gonna look outdated sooner so an example might be a couch that comes in a neutral color classic silhouette that lasts you years when you swap out things like pillows and throws to keep it looking fresh but then other pieces like a coffee table or an accent chair might be really trendy and they could start to feel dated sooner so the simple solution is to spend your money investing in pieces that will last an opt for cheaper or thrift options for the items you might find yourself swapping out more often either because the style changes or the needs in your space change so when i say you know classic pieces like you're looking for something to invest in classic. I don't mean just traditional style of furniture stuff. That's boxy like boring. I mean things that have stood the test of time. And there's tons of different eras of design that have done this from mid century. Modern art deco to farmhouse to all kinds of styles. That basically have occurred once in history have been brought back in various ways in their things that if you love them they are
"staples" Discussed on With Whit
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"staples" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Eastern on espn. That they're going to be more meaningful than ever. I think the two thousand twelve at championship game or the. Oh eight or nine. Those are gonna talk to top in terms of meaning. But i do think the solution they came up with was was again another elegant one Where you say you can't get a by. You can't be one of those top four unless you're a conference champion so you know if you're sitting there at number three in the rankings. Going into the conference championship game. And you're pretty sure even if you lose you're gonna make the playoffs you're still not gonna take your foot off the pedal because you need to win to get that by and if you lose too badly you might just lose the by end the home game you would have had otherwise so you you gotta be pretty careful and i think that that makes it pretty tough and will say i forgot to say this all the other thing. That's interesting about the highest ranked. Fix conference champs. Is it takes away. The possibility of let's say you had a five loss. Division winner runs a really fluky upset in the conference championship game. That team still not making the playoffs. Now and i think that's one thing people kinda worried about. Maybe they found a way to basically eliminated a really good point talking to stapled any. We spent so much time over over the course of the season. The seasons speculating about coaches and their futures. It would seem on surface that this is going to be a boom for coaches. Getting to that playoff is so valuable. But we don't know because it's still it's still down the road but it's not quite as valuable as it was though is it. Follows goalposts move. That's how it works. I mean i had a coach suggests the twenty four team. Playoff to me. And i was like. I know why you're saying this because you think you make the playoffs. You keep your job but that only works for like a year. Like if you're if you're nick sabin right now. Making the fourteen playoff isn't enough. You have to win it every once in a while and he does but it. The expectation's always adjust. They're always fluid so just making the playoffs won't be good enough at certain places alabama ohio state close in just making the playoffs. We'll be the bare minimum. You can do you have to. You'll have to do more but there'll be other places where yes making the playoff. Every few years is exactly what you need to do. wisconsin i think would be a good example of that iowa was these good example of that In the sec. I think auburn's a good example of that They'll auburn makes it a couple of years in a row all of a sudden. It's better make it every year. Funny how that works at auburn came out of my mouth probably a bad. So so let's nick sabin. It seems like that's a requirement on this program. He gets the contract extension and unlike the two of us if we got a contract extension be celebrating right now with champagne savings just like okay. Wow that's a big deal but it was a big deal because of his age. And and i'm curious how that decision plays into the playoff decision. Because here's a guy that was there anyway every year but one. What do you think he's thinking right now about what we are talking about. This thing goes two weeks longer. It's going to be really hard to get back to recruiting and waste so much time. That he he all. He's doing because he's got. He's got the eighteen months calendar. Which i think. That's the the the set in stone. But he's probably got a preliminary ninety four months calendar like he's he's already trying to decide how much time he's going to have to devote to recruiting while still practicing for a third round playoff game and you know the the recruiting calendar which has already been criticized by some who are in those bowl games. I mean now. I mean i if unless something changes air india know. We're talking about that. What that wednesday Before christmas in december. I mean that's going to be leading right into or right out of some of these games isn't it. It's gonna be zoo. Fortunately all recruiting happens in june. At least you're right. You're absolutely right about that. Maybe just maybe just sees it change it after this and just say just do it all in june and then worry about everything else the rest of the year because that seems to be how it's going right now. I think recruiting is going to end up being like a bitcoin game. Where you just you make. Bids on on on crypto anyway. What a fantastic conversation When you were certainly banging the drum loudly for this and it turns out. You're pretty pricey must have been on that committee. I.
Jackpot: New Archives Will Preserve History of Game Shows
"A new honor with the creation of a national archive shows like to tell the truth. The price is right name. Their tune have been entertainment staples since the dawn of broadcasting Now materials from those shows are going to be gathered in the new National Archives of Game Show History in Rochester, New York. They're putting together scripts, set designs, props and more. The archives to be housed at the strong National Museum of Play and used in museum exhibits and traveling shows. Legendary show host Wink Martindale of TIC Tac Dough, Fame, said it's wonderful to hear about the National Archives of Game Show history, stepping up to capture and preserve the legacy of game shows in his first remarks as
"staples" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast
"So it's and there's no drawback it's just you get to search for an evolution card end of story. Now i i gotta say obviously the staples but specifically these these little tools like i. I've seen plenty of the tool scrapper. Ordinary rod is like. I see that a lot. I guess he that a ton escape rope. I see a ton of. But i mean all this. This is This makes a lot of sense and like these cards. They're not pricey cards. Like you could just jump on g player and give us for cheap right like yeah honestly. I think if you did the math. I think the most expensive one was like a scoop up net. At the moment everything else is like a rat under fifty cents Yeah that's awesome. That's awesome dessert. That's this is good stuff because like you know we were on our patrons zoom call. Yesterday we were talking about you. Know how a lot of these staple cards. It pays the just have multiple copies of them. So you don't you don't have to worry about like are these up and associated with this deck but i need my my four scoop up so i gotta take them out of this deck and put him in. These leaves reminisce dak. And that's the worst feeling like just get a bunch and just put four in that put for in this deck and call it a day yeah. I'm sure you could get multiple sets of these for under thirty dollars. Yeah that's that's harsher and it's like at that point it becomes the trainers toolkit only all the cards that i mentioned are sword and shield on so even when rotation happens in august. All these cards will be available and usable. That's that's why they were mentioned. And why or how. I picked them because those are going to be usable for like the next season so all of them stay informat all right. We'll definitely check out our website. Just go to special conditions. Tc g. dot.
"staples" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast
"Switch it with the active. That's a key card. Didn't almost every day. If you're not playing this card he doing something wrong. then you've got marnie. Both players shuffled their hands or put their shuffle. Their hands put them at the bottom of the deck. You draw five year ponchos. Four consistent disruptive awesome annoying. Yeah new england. Then we've got level ball which was newly added in Battle styles allows you to search your deck for any poke on with ninety. Hit points or less. This is awesome for a lot of stage. One decks The laser to go get men. Shenault sensu when when you volve. It discard cadre to switch again a staple card because people try to leave you in the active and this will get you out of there. Yep professors research best draw supporter in the game. Discard your hand. Draw seven super basic. But it's necessary and then you've got great ball. Lower the top seven. Pick a pokemon shuffler. S back into your deck. Now those would. I would consider those all staples those are all cards are gonna want in your deck in some form of capacity whether be two three four But you're going to want four copies just so you have that ability to make any deck you essentially need to In these are cards right here to keep a few of so like these can be tech cards but definitely one of and a lot of scenarios and some of them two or more tool scrapper with a lot of tools being played Like air balloon capable toughness Josh sword sums into shield. You're going to want tools. Scrapper experience share. This is gonna allow you to be consistent. So eternit's attacks y'all ready hurt for energy in general but if you play experience share they knock out one of your eternity. You've got another one in there in the waiting because one of the energies attached to the active get shifted to the bench one. Okay yeah and then ordinary rod just soup. It's just a consistency card. This allows you to shuffle your basic energies and your basic. Pok mon back into your deck. Herb you're pokemon But you get to choose up to two of each and then you've got escape wrote this. I consider this a.
Steph and LeBron's Impressive Finals Streak Ends With Lakers Loss
"I know a lot of people have said here. We are the playoff stepped in. Get in right to play in game now. Lebrons knocked out first. time since. Twenty ten steph. Lebron will not be in the finals. nba finals. I mean think about that. So this is a changing of the guard. Something new but nobody should be surprised. I know chris was on his high horse and when they won game three dominant in control. Anthony davis had averaged thirty four points. Aaron in those two wins remember. They lost the opener and anthony. Davis had a bad game and then he played really well so chris thought that you know it was in the bag. A lot of people did started making arrangements for the lakers to make it to the finals. Yet they gotta easy path. Nobody's gonna stop them. Nobody in the west scares. You didn't care about utah. Being the number one seed. They pooh-poohed phoenix pin number. Two and boy did they. Run into a buzzsaw devon booker chris paul bounce back from an injury and look at what they were able to came into staples. You know all i heard from people were don't bet against lebron he's never been knocked out in the i. Am i right aaron. How many times did you hear that. I'm not betting against lebron. As if he always one all the time. Okay in the first round. He was fourteen to know going into this. But you gotta step back. Don't be lazy a lot of people lazy and it's just easy to pick the obvious choice. I never thought they were going to beat. The sons. never thought. They had a run in them to get to the finals. Because too many things had to go right and they're dealing with two players who have been banged up and injured two star players and then air look at the reserves and the role players and the supporting cast. This team better than a team that won the championship a year ago. Now you can't bank going anything with with that with that. Group
Who Killed Yvonne Layne?
"April first. One thousand nine hundred nine twenty. Six year old of on lane was found with her throat. Slashed dead in her home in alliance. Ohio twenty six year old. Yvonne lane a beautiful vivacious woman rebound in a pool of her own blood. Her throat slashed. While her children's slap she was discovered by her mother who had arrived to take her six year old grandchild to kindergarten of was a mother to five kids. David thorne was the father of one of the children although he and a von. We're not together anymore. The murder of a mother of five in her own home stunt the small town of alliance ohio. David had recently been ordered to pay child support and in his confession. Joe said that he was hired by david thorne to kill von so we didn't have to pay the father of one of the children. The motive child support thorne was ordered to pay to the untrained listener. This seems like a pretty clear cut case someone confessing in a good motive but when you start digging and talking to people and going through documents the more complicated things get and it seems like everyone around. A yvonne had a motive to kill her. I i came across the case on the website injustice anywhere which has since become a staple for my research into lesser known conviction cases for my other podcast unjust unsolved. I covered an episode a week telling the stories of people who believed were wrongfully convicted. David was one of them. One of the incredible things to me about. David's case is that it actually unknown there had been other media coverage before the attack grabbed headlines as police hunt for a killer. Dwayne poelman who you just heard in. The previous clips is an investigative journalist. Who looked into the case for three years and at the center of his investigation. Very serious question. Did the system convict the wrong man. However that was over a decade ago. And there's been no movement since i said in david's episode of unjust unsolved that this case deserves its own long-form investigation nachos twenty minutes or forty minutes. So here we are.
Doncic and Mavs Beat Clippers 127-121
"And then there were the madsen clippers. Don chits kawhi. Leonard put on a show for fans staples center scored forty one points thirty in the first half but lucado would take the wind with thirty nine points as the mavs. Take a to zip series lead on the
Christopher Kelley on the 4 Quadrants of Well Being
"Chris. Welcome to the unmistakable. Creative thanks for taking the time to join us. Well thank you for having me. Allow me to bring down the house prices. I really appreciates it. Well it is my pleasure. Have your so. I was referred to you by way of our mutual friend and former staple critic destig- notice who i think the world of and he told me a little bit about what you're dead and i thought yeah this is fascinating but before we get into your work I wanna start. Where in the world did you grow up. And what impact that end up having on the choices that you've made threat your life in your for one thing. I noticed him not sincere podcast. Is you really ask questions. I know that it's because she hears the guests. Say oh you ask good questions yes. That's the question on british. I'm currently living in santa cruz in california. I grew up in a rather boring town. Could new green bouchier if anyone's from there they'll probably send me hate now now true. It's kind of boring answer. Southbound sandwich on south coast. And then i moved to london where she's where everyone seemed to end up so i was to read it with some of my old school friends. We had a great time. And i worked for some interesting companies for a telco stop. Had a really good time and then eventually ended up working for yahoo. He probably remember you. No no east to be right very kind. They brought me the opportunity to move. I visited california. And so i worked in sunnyvale in california and silicon valley for few years. Lift in san francisco. So yeah. I mean that opportunity to go to london and get. The opportunity is just amazing.
Pervis Staples, Member of Famed Staple Singers, Dead at 85
"Another member of the famed the staples singers has died I know Pervis staples has died at the age of eighty five a spokesman for his sister Mavis says Pervis staples died last week at his home in Illinois no cause of death given service like the rest of the performing staples started singing in church before getting national attention first as a gospel group in the dorsal soul group among their hits I'll take you there and respect yourself purposes last recording with the staple singers was in nineteen sixty eight when he was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame with his family in nineteen ninety nine his death leaves Mavis as sole survivor of the group I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Knicks Beat Clippers 106-100 Behind Rose and Bullock
"The next it dropped eight straight at staples center before Derrick rose scored twenty five points off the bench in new York's one oh six one hundred victory over the clippers in Los Angeles Reggie bullock chipped in twenty four points including five three pointers against his former team as the next state in possession of fourth place in the east Julius Randle finished with fourteen points and fourteen rebounds for the Knicks who have won twelve of their last fifteen Kawhi Leonard provided a team high twenty nine points for the clippers who are third in the west and the game ahead of the nuggets I'm Dave Ferrie
"staples" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"I it it doesn't make sense. It's not worth the The risk and the arguments you know the popular myths are well. I'm using it in public commentary. So it's fair. Use Actually Fair. Use is a legal defense. You use after your suit okay. So don't use using a podcast. Well I'm attributing the author of the music false right. I'm only using ten seconds of the Peace. False false false false. Just don't just don't do it you. You're better off finding royalty free music Jordan. You have a wonderful library. I have a great library. We pay for them. You know we pay subscription to these services but they have every genre of every music every vibe in every length they have stingers. They have a sound effects. If you want a Zebra in Chicago with a head cold you can find it. I mean it's just amazing what you can get if you're willing to spend a few hundred bucks a year well what we're doing here at staples connect and again. We're at the staples connect IHEART podcast space in Boston. Government Center which is right across from City Hall Plaza near Faneuil Hall. It's very historic. What we're finding is companies like staples and Iheart to try to make this an easier. Get for people because a lot of folks are listening and wondering how can I start a podcast? How can I do it on my own? How much money do I have to spend? What kind of equipment do I have to get out there who we advise on a regular basis? Who used the equipment that we suggest depending on their needs? But here we are. Set up with four microphones a very Applicable Control Board. All the bells and whistles that you need a sound proof studio And this is one way for people to Avoid having to make that big investment. Yeah I you know I own this board. It's a road caster pro. It was made specifically for podcasting. And it's a beautiful piece of equipment. You can have. Four microphones four sets of headphones with independent volume controls. You can talion two phones your laptop and then it's got presets for different audio files that you WanNa pull. In you know there's a whole array of sex in there to give you that studio quality you can buy a kit. You can buy a diy kit and there's nothing wrong with that and people can do this out of their out of their home if you don't want experience that learning curve if you don't WanNa have to dive deep and drink from the fire hose on that. This is a beautiful place to come and this is the. It's the next best thing to being in a recording studio. Dana's another issue that I want to bring up. And that is the ownership of content and the protection of your own intellectual property. And what you have to say in what happens to your podcast. If and when you seated over to certain entities which were not disparaging those entities but we want at least tell people what's going to happen and while we're at it requests from the Peanut Gallery. We keep mentioning. Rss Feeds Lezo. We all know what that is by the way. I've heard three or four different right answers to what RS stands for. Whoa how do you define our S S? Because you're the Maven go ahead. Most popular is really simple syndicate. I like that okay. So let's go back to my question. You know what what's out there. And what do we have to be aware of? You have to create that. Rss Feed somewhere. Most of us will not have the code writing ability to do that. So we go to a service provider and they're called media hosts and there are many different media hosts that have already been established and in business for years. But I'll tell you this. Basics is exploding so quickly that on a weekly basis a new provider is coming out saying. We're going to help you do your podcast. What I'd like to caution people against is watch out for anything that says we'll do it for free we will create your RSS Feed for free. We will let you edit for free. We will publish you for free. Remember this if the product is free then your the product. You don't know what they're gonNA do with that. Rss Feed and you don't know if they're going to monetize off that feeder if they're going to put ads on that feed or how they're going to promote it. They're going to promote it on their branded website through their social media. You want control over the feed because then you will have control over your intellectual property. I started with blueberry as my media host and I just can't say enough about them. There are many other good Media providers out there. But I'll stay with blueberry for that reason they give the podcast complete control over their feet and they encourage you to never send anyone to a place that you don't own yes. We want people to subscribe to us in apple and Google and and all those other places but you know what it's better to have your content right on your website. That's where we have yours. It's on chart productions dot com right on your podcast website. Blueberry gives us the ability to take I frame codes and embed those players right on the website so that way there we're smashing people over the head on social media. Come on back to my brand website. Drawing new is there they consume the content. Then we beat him over the head with ways to subscribe again. Just be very very careful about the RSS feed and having control over that one item and since we are guests today for this one recording here at staples connect the Iheartradio podcasts base. I do want to mention the fact that they offer a paid distribution service at S- Through spreaker which is also the Iheart Service. We edit podcast. These are all available to people and there are so many great programs and aids out there but these are just some that staples. Yeah through through the partnership with iheart. You get a discount. I have no idea what the numbers are in terms of the podcast and the growth. But I've heard upwards of sixty to seventy million people are listening regularly. That's probably gone up since the last time we did. It keeps going up There the data keeps coming in and it just gets more and more dramatic lashed year. Eight hundred new episodes were published every day every day. That's two per minute. That's only going to get more amped up because of what we're doing here and what people are doing elsewhere so Dan will not end this particular. Get together without talking about your own personal podcast. Life underground life underground. This guy actually has like the old cartoons you take that little machine and you look for in the ground. That is correct. It beeps what happens. Newer podcast dirt alert. I have a I have a metal detector. Yeah I like to find old relics and coins. Now I'm not a guy that goes on the beach. Nothing wrong with that but I like old farmlands and I like old structures in his history and I find these relics in the ground. And you know it's it's a passion of that item that I just found fell out of somebody's hand like two hundred and fifty years ago Are you kidding me? I just can't stop thinking about. What was that person's life like? What were they doing when they lost it so I do a little bit of research on the item and then I tell a little story about maybe that time in history. Well it's all about storytelling ultimately that's what we're doing. And it's the oldest not the oldest profession second oldest third oldest whatever. It's one of those professions but people have been telling stories and that's how humanity continues to grow and and and learn and podcasts enabled us to do that. You know what else podcasts are. Great for for writers like me A struggling writer. I write a lot of the material for the podcast and I love the fact that I haven't outlet to then bring this writing to bear so they're all kinds of really cool cool things so to wrap up if people want to find out more. Obviously they can go to my site. Your site they can ask about. The INS and outs of the podcasts world..
"staples" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"And with me is a colleague. I mentioned often on this show. Dan Tibo fast which media. Dan is the technical wizard who coordinates all of the PODCASTS. On the back end well he and I together will explore the services for budding podcasters and talk a little bit about the podcasting whirled and how it's evolving. The facilities here are top notch. And we're delighted to be invited to share a little bit of this experience with you on. Mike. We are recording today from the staples connect iheartradio PODCASTS BASE. And much more about that. And how impressed I am and how cool it really is to be here taking our show on the road so to speak delighted to be with you as always. This program is all about communication. It's all about conversation. And for the longest time I referred to my guests on the podcast as one of the technical advisers. One of the CO producers. Actually he's the guy that makes it all happen for me. His name is Dan. Tibo of fast twitch media we become fast friends and and will be our guest today talking about with me and with all of you. The beauty and lure of podcasting Harare but Jordan. I am great thank you. Let's talk a little bit about where we are now. This is not home base for me. Although it's not far from where I actually live in Boston. It's a government center right next to City Hall. Various storks section and I've been coming to staples you know forever. I mean I'm constantly running out of staples right and all of a sudden I come to staples connect and it's a whole new environment. What do you think of this Setup this place is fantastic. They've made this a community hub for co working podcasting and learning with the office supply products that you need still here at the store but it's really great. For small businesses people want to get them selves off the ground. I'm really impressed. So what we're doing Dan for we talk about podcasting in general is we are recording this podcast in the new staples connect iheart studios and Equipment top flight and this will enable people to do this kind of stuff more frequently. Yeah this place is so much more than an office supply store. I mean there's co working space here this beautiful podcast studio this beautiful board. That were were speaking into the microphone. It's just you know state of the art equipment all around well it..
"staples" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Perry it's himself okay this was a store guard in the aimed at aba i love this guy and he's one of the underrated coaches in america i am telling you michael ray jones because of its is this is experience excuse me we'll have this team prepare for mark because he's played in march and therefore he will have his team ready for march i love mike jones one of the underrated coaches in america on certain radford listen he's not gonna be there for long because he's headed to the acc why because your team is headed to this week's exceeding you know what happened when you're radford you go to the sweet sixteen you lose your coach mike jones a joy this run with a big south conference champions and you might wanna mavis staples and brackets together wave radford in your final four as incredible coach them i have him next year in the acc a these 115 115 overall her what have you done for me lately i made big south coach of the year her you adam as the coach of the year lives air air you look at the roster last year fourteen and eighteen he had some key injuries their along the front line and one of his guards got her so really fourteen and eighteen eight in san inside the big south copper it's really a phenomenal job at that i would say did a better job last year then he did this year getting into the tournament don live or tarred people love this show tend to really really loves to guts storm god's i mean yeah the love is unreasonable for a man of your despicable core labour tara's show with this still god's only is pm radio espn radio is presented by progressive insurance guest on the dan laboratory joe appear via the shell pennzoil performance i get the feeling of being rewarded with gold status at shell with the fuel rewards program download the fuel rewards app joining and start saving five cents a gallon today here's your sports at our update.
"staples" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Staples her career routes in the church she started a band with her daddy and siblings back in nineteen fifty and that that they were called the staple singers and that's right um they were france aq the vets riot that's right and they they were friends with martin luther king in fact martin luther king said my two favorite artist of all time or mahili jackson and the staples center and then her first solo album was in 19th '69 and ever since then she's been rooted in the civil rights movements and today now she's rooted in the black lives matter movement she's just been going strong for many many decades yeah and then another impressive thing is that you know she's having a second career in this is so yet it that's right she life pretty much sought after by everybody because if mavis staples is on your song it just makes it that much better make it gives it more of the khrais lignano a arcade fire of the roots guerrillas man booker the listers keeps going on i i'd love to have made stupid on my songs god willing yes this is the pitch mavis i know she's big hewliss her white arena let me ask you why does her uh wider suit what do you think her music connects i i mean i think she is she still singing about issues that are important today then she also has this wisdom in this experience that gives her voice extra depth outside the g abuse it with even more meaning while after that sales pitch i think we should listen to some of her music this is a little taste of the title track from if all i was was black.