28 Burst results for "Stocker"

"stocker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:40 min | 4 months ago

"stocker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"The grain silo is on fire sending toxic gases into the air and it's collapsing so you've got these intermittent sort of billows of dust going off into the atmosphere as well. And it almost feels a little bit apocalyptic and we have to remember that separates the blast Lebanon has software one of the largest or the worst economic collapses in modern history. And so there isn't any state power. Whatsoever, everyone relies on extremely expensive generators. So you don't even have electricity for AC, because we've been told to stay inside to keep our windows closed because of what's happening at the ports. That's almost impossible in the heat, but no one has access to fans or AC. So it really the word is apocalyptic. It just feels like the corruption of the state is being expressed sort of externally with the burning port with a collapsing grain silos with the lack of electricity with the probe that's being paused with the economic collapse still grinding on. It just misery upon misery upon misery. Bell true, thank you so much for joining us on the line from Beirut. You're listening to the globalist. 8 38 in Milan, which is where we head now for today's newspaper review, I'm delighted to say that joining me down the line is Ed stocker our Europe editor at large very good morning to you Ed, how is Milan this morning?

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"stocker" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:54 min | 7 months ago

"stocker" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"That, you know, Superman is immortal basically. He can, not that his good deeds are not, you know, not value they are. But Batman tends to put more online because his consequences could result in the ultimate downfall. He risks death oftentimes, right? So that almost adds more creatives to the value of a man who is exactly that, a man, right? Yeah, I agree. I agree. It adds weight and seriousness to it, I think, grit because he does put himself out there in a way. That he doesn't have to. It's a choice. Yes, yes, yes. Do you realize the magnitude of when this is out, what's your reaction? Because I mean, this is the movie that everybody's been talking about for the last year. Maybe more. How do you digest that? How do you absorb that? Is that kind of difficult to process? Because again, Martha Wayne is an iconic character. The way Matt did it, I think, is phenomenally. He betrayed you and just makes for a really interesting story. Can you process the magnitude of this project? Even after I have to say so because it was quite some time ago when I did my stuff was 2019 and then there was COVID and there was a big break. So I was a bit removed from the magnitude of this. Then I did see, you know, I saw the posters everywhere and the buzz on the Internet. So yeah, I was aware that it's a big thing and people have been waiting for it and are very excited about it. And I think Batman fans are very, you know, they have very strong opinions and so I knew it was going to be a big thing. Yeah, and I love going to the theaters because I love the reaction at the end when they close the credits and the people just go nuts like their clapping and they just love it. Did you see it opening night or did you see it? How did you have you seen the final product?.

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"stocker" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

04:00 min | 7 months ago

"stocker" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"Like you're all in. Like if I was on that set, I would want to absorb everything he was saying, but I don't know. I get being all in. I don't get tuning out for actors. Some people can kind of come in and then just forget about it. I don't get that. I love being on set. And I leave my phone in the trailer and I just, I watch, you know, I watch the crew, the directing, wherever I can, you know, I try to be there and observe that's yeah, that's the best way to go about it. And there's three movies here, I want to talk about quickly, fury, wonderful movie, again, a very, very underrated movie. Very popular in IMDb, I have to say that. Anything you wanted to say about fury David a or anything you wanted to throw out there, I'd love to hear about the fury. A fury was my first big thing. And I was terribly excited that I landed the part. And David ayer is a very intense and he really knows what you want and he was really exciting. I got there for my day of shooting and I was supposed to play a mom of a little boy that gets run over almost run over by the tank. But in the end, and this is the painful reality of an actor when you start out. The scene was cut because they were worried. And they were worried about the tank. And I was like, no, no, that's fine. I can do it. I'm not scared of the tank. I can run in front of it. But they basically decided that's it. So I ended up not being in it. Do you know this scene in Friends where Joey has this part in a crime series? And then he says to his friends, do you see that body bag? I'm in it. And you're so excited that you land your first gig, but the problem with it is.

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"stocker" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

04:23 min | 7 months ago

"stocker" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"Didn't want to buy a new car, but I watched your Mazda commercial. Now I want to buy a Mazda. So that's how effective your voice is. It's great work. And I was also on your resume, you're looking at some of the things that you're able to do. I was surprised to see some judo, some krav maga from saying that correctly. I know I get it. I'm not expecting Bruce Lee type talent, but the variety of things that you're capable of is pretty impressive. I just enjoyed trying new things and then getting to do it to a level where if a casting director said, you know, show me a move, I could do it. It's just fun, you know, to broaden your horizon when it comes to these things, for sure. And you kind of have to as an actor become a Jack of all trades, right? Because you don't want to be able to direct your says, well, can you do this? And it's like, well, now I can't. But you have such a great eclectic variety of what you can do. I mean, that can only help you going into future projects. You had a quote. You had a quote I think it was an interview, but maybe the interview is a year old, and you said, I like the unpredictability of finding out what role I'm going to be next. To me, as if I was an actor, it would drive me nuts, not having that stability, right? Like, okay, like you've done some really great projects. And then where's the next one coming from? You think the opposite, you're like, well, I can't wait for what my next adventure is going to bring. Do I have that right, Stella? Yes, yes, I do. I love that. It's unpredictable. I love that tomorrow my agent could call me and say this person wants to see you for the role of whatever. And then you do the casting and then you get booked, and it's just, yeah, I love the unpredictability of this. What would you consider your first major role? Let me change that. The first role where you're like, you know what? I've got a future in this. I've got a future in this. It could be a commercial, maybe it's a play, maybe it's something in theater. What's the first moment where you said, you know what? I think I'm going to do this. Maybe it's when you watch the sensibility on VHS. I don't know. But what would you classify it as? I think it was actually sense and sensibility. See? It was that. And then everything that came afterwards, you know, little short films, commercials, everything just built from there. Because I was already my mind was already set on that. And you're almost like Daniel Day-Lewis, because after you saw sense and sensibility, you did not come out of character. Like you were in character, right?.

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"stocker" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

04:29 min | 7 months ago

"stocker" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"I'm looking at this really established accomplished life you have. So studying you and researching you, I was thinking like the amount of sacrifice because I've had cinematographers on the podcast. I've had composers I've had people that are all in different aspects of creating these wonderful things we love called movies and television. And I feel like the ones that have gotten the furthest are the ones that shine the brightest. Require an abnormal amount of sacrifice and putting all of yourself into your work. Do you feel that, I mean, obviously I'm speaking, you know, just professionally when it comes to this field. Do you find that your sacrifice has been that much? Do you feel like you've really put a lot of yourself into it where, you know, there's things I'm sure you love to do. But you know what? You're all in on your career. I guess, as an actor, you're always sort of a bit worried to miss out on a casting. So you'd think twice about booking a holiday or going away. You just want to be able to do the casting. Now, through Corona, it's become a bit different because we've become so adapt to doing self tapes, which also freed us up to leave. The country and go somewhere else, you just need your phone, new little tripod, find a quiet space with the neutral background and you're good to go. I have definitely a sacrifice on family stuff to be able to work. And then sometimes annoyingly nothing happened, you know, and you would just do that, but yeah, it's definitely happened. And that certainly includes the path early on, right? We'll get to your schooling and so forth because it really requires a lot of you. I do have to tell you, and I'm going to bounce back and forth here a little bit. You do have a resemblance to Michelle Monaghan. Have you been told that before? Not Michelle Monaghan. No. Who do you get? Because, I mean, obviously you're your own actor, you're clearly very established, talented actor. But I always, I'm weird like that. I look at people on the street and I'm like, that person looks like Brad Pitt, or that person looks like Steven Spielberg. Like I'm all over the place. Who do you get a lot, Stella? I have got Cate Blanchett before. Oh. Not a bad one to be compared to. Love that one. Yeah. So. Why can't I get compliments like that? I get like Shrek. I wish I get like Brad Pitt or so I did one before we go into acting in this wonderful career you've assembled..

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Small Business Owners Can't Afford Biden's COVID Mandates

The Larry Elder Show

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Small Business Owners Can't Afford Biden's COVID Mandates

"This Louisiana business owner says he can't afford Biden's mandate. We're already understaffed as it is. Brandon trust klair owns 16 supermarkets in Louisiana and employs 500 people. His suit over the business mandate helped halt the order across the country. And he told us he can't afford to fire workers right now. We're understaffed right now across the board, understaffed in my meat department, my daily stockers, you name it. We're probably every bit of 5 to ten employees short at every location that we have right now. So our challenge is to get labor, not laying labor off by all means.

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"stocker" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"stocker" Discussed on Good For You

"Try it out and it should be sorry painful and awkward and weird and confusing and you know those are all so important. And i think that you know as you know we talk a lot about addiction on this show but i think americans specifically and then addicts and emotional people. We believe that we deserve to be having fun all the time. Everything should be easy and fun of all the time we need contrast and i think it's it if anyone had told me this when i was in my twenty i would've been like shut up you old lady but you know time to feel all the feelings into you know bump your knees on all the coffee tables of life right and so that was not profound but kind of also was and i'm curious we talked about this on the show a lot I always want people to take away. You know things to be able to pass on wisdom and i wish it existed are. I wish people are talking about podcast when i was younger. But what do you find are some red flags in people of Romantic friends just in general. And i'll give you a second to think about it. Mine very everything from rude to wait staff on. Yeah huge shake on huge. Like sometimes people tell us who they are and we just don't wanna listen to addicted to our version of the story or any like want to think the best of them so you like probably didn't mean that addicted to get out. Yeah so we have to go with all. He was about day or she was her period or whatever. We have to do to stay in the snapping. But i'm just curious for the people that are able to see red flags and you turn. I'm not one of them. But i always like to. I think always says their xs are crazy. All their exes or crazy at they've done nothing wrong axes stocker my ex's crazy psycho will then. Why are we there for for like the one before was even more crazy. And you like the most. I see a pattern. You here and No but i would say for me if you start to feel bad about yourself. Then there's something wrong with like if they if they're if they make comments or like little little things they say about you question you away that you start to question yourself and feel mad about you are of course you can always like help to better each other but you know there's a level of that like all of a sudden you started thinking you're ugly all of a sunny don't like your style like my hair actually really you know if there's like this ought to pick away at you and you know behind it in some little like package is better or like you know that i think is a red flag because that is really just someone who is trying to manipulate you to make you believe that they have all the answers in your never really writes your. Yeah that's like an never been in a relationship like that and that was really like i remember coming out of it and be like what's like i really started questioning everything about myself and like doubting every sort of emotion thought like action that i just a bad. Yeah and i think that to me like once you start. If you are seeing someone starts feel a couple months then like just feel bad about yourself for like things you used to like about yourself you start to being secure about like a big red flag huge. It's subtle but it's i was hesitant to say this earlier because it sounded like narcissistic or selfish or something but i think we're hitting on his is when i think about love i'm like it stopped me about the other person because we went. I love this person does this. She does this. she's like this and she's what who are you..

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"stocker" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"stocker" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"The other classes mill. So as you think about that in marketing the basis for class one milk is in a different month than the basis for class. Three and four. That's why if you look for marketing groups to work with. It's easy to find somebody that will help you on the feed side or the cornyn soybean side but trying to find somebody. That's actually going to help you. On the milk side becomes very difficult in one of the reasons for that is over the years. It's been very difficult to protect the basis for milk. particularly when. we're danny two different months. So what can you do to help. I think that there are many groups out there that actually work well with dairy producers to try to protect both sides of the market. But understand that when you go in with one of these groups and start working with them. It's very complicated. You do have to attend the meetings. Most of these groups will meet at least once a month sometimes twice a month you have to be there. You have to be present. You have to be engaged if you're gonna get the maximum value for this. Is it always gonna work now. But over time on average it will work in your favor. This is mike brooke with k. State research and extension courage in our kansas dairy farmers to consider what they might be able to do to take out the volatility that they experience in the milk market as well as the feed market. All right mike many thanks to you. Quick calendar reminder here. We're just a little over a week away from the twenty second annual beef. Stocker field day here at k. State thursday september the thirtieth at the stocker unit. Just outside of manhattan. You can find out all the details if you're not aware of those by going to ks beef dot. Org this is agriculture today..

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"stocker" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"stocker" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"'cause he's as she sees it he's gonna think you're stocker so the question thinking about it and move on. That's the honestly. And i'm i'm that guy i'm that guy who dwells on it and what i've learned from my mistakes is that you just got to put it out of your mind. If it happens it happens. You can't pursue you already later cards on the table. Move on now. You be chased you taste. But now you're being chased. Oh man like what Give give give that person a chance to To chase you or to to meet you in the middle. 'cause you know it if it's all one one what she told you is basically a soft. No because she likes you. She likes you as a person but doesn't want to hurt your feelings. Yeah that's how you gotta take it so love yourself enough to not keep pursuing it and know that you're you're you love yourself enough and you're confident in yourself enough that you don't need all need that if it wants to come to you then it will come to you but you don't need it because you're a complete person yourself. How about that. Oh how do you think that was. That was absolutely incredible. I don't think he could have been answered any better. I love the. Are you talking to myself right there. Okay so. I got that too. That i was looking in the rear view mirror. Just telling it to myself that's why it spoke volumes. It smoke beyond the mirror and into the souls and hearts of all the listeners. And hopefully this person because if the fact you ask this person out good for you man you went out of your comfort zone and you did it. Yeah and the soft you nailed it perfectly a soft know what it is. It's just an inevitable. It's like you got stabbed in the stomach. You're going to die but it's not going to be now. Maybe in a day or two so i would say let let that relationship or what you think it would be die and start thinking about other things including how cool of a person you are especially for going out there and asking for what you want so right exactly. So you're not gonna die from the wound. You're going to die from.

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"stocker" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"stocker" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"To crops predation on native species changes in soil chemistry destruction of wetlands reducing plant and animal abundance. And typically there thought to perhaps causes as many as one hundred million dollars only looking at six crops here in the united states annually. There an issue that's quite plain but you said that they're not as intense a problem here in kansas. Well let's just say that. Kansas was very proactive early on before wild pigs were well. Established control of wild pigs here in. Kansas has been largely the result of efforts by usda wildlife services and the kansas department of agriculture. Who early on agreed to condruct program as you're well aware. Wild pigs are not wildlife so thus or not under the authority of the kansas department of wildlife and parks since it is a form of domestic livestock department of ag is looking for assistance. Usda wildlife services cooperated with them funded. Some of their efforts early on with some conditions in one of those that would be that recreational hunting would be highly discouraged so with the understanding that recreational hunting would make the job of a ratification of wild pigs. Much more difficult because hunting would cause the pigs to alter their behavior perhaps go completely. Nocturnal would break up larger groups into smaller groups which would scatter and perhaps actually increase. The population was thought that perhaps recreational hunters may not be as efficient as paid hunters if you will or an agency that's had their sole focus on eradication of wild pigs plus when you look at the habitat in kansas and you add in all of the means of types of control. That's been done for wild pigs. Kansas doesn't have a lot of habitat in particularly the western. Half the state. That's difficult for wild pigs to hide. At all times of the year there are times of the year that it's easy for feral hogs to hide in taller crops. They can hide in southeast. Kansas in dense forested areas particularly those that have lots of cedars but kansas isn't as densely forested. If you will as many other states where pigs have better opportunity to hide than they do here in kansas. So they've been fairly successful. Been killing around five bags. A year doesn't seem to be reducing the number but it's certainly not increasing which is the increase is what's happening in most other states in the last year of data that i looked at which was on wildlife service's annual report in twenty twenty showed that they had two hundred ninety wild pigs that were trapped and two hundred and twenty..

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"stocker" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"stocker" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"The primary role of the stalker and background or segment was to go through a very diverse population of calves and sort accordingly and create like-sized groups of calves. That are ready for placement into our feed yards. Interesting you say the age cut your attention. Dale the age of the stalker operator out there has climbed considerably since the previous survey. Yes this was clearly stated in the survey and who knows eric perhaps the same respondents answered so we have thirteen years to add to the survey so but yes One of the outcomes of this one of their questions was that are i. Think very comparable to what we're seeing in agriculture general. We're seeing an age. Population of primary producers that are engaged in are industries once more so much information is included in this survey but on the stocker kef health management side of dale. What grabbed your attention in specific. We really haven't seen any significant improvements in a morbidity in fact that it has gone the other way and you know we we use about everything we can't on these cavs to get them healthy on arrival and and it seems like within the first ninety days from the latest survey appears that. There's actually been an uptick in the reported incidence of morbidity and even mortality and of course as you cross tab deeper into this survey there's producers that the younger producers are more risk. They'll accept the risk with more higher risk cattle and. I don't know if that speaks to the opportunity that they can get into markets and they're willing to take risks with cutter bulls. Or what have you. And as the producers get older it seems that they tend to maybe gravitate to the heavier weighted calves. That just don't have those health issues that we see with the the lighter perhaps those calves that are fresh off the cow if you will and are located in with smaller herds in our southeastern states and are marketed through our our auction markets where we get a lot of cooling and and a lot of opportunity for calves to get sick will professionally something near and dear to you. Of course.

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"stocker" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"stocker" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"From kansas state university. This is agriculture. Today eric atkinson here ahead for you. Today dale blassie will go over some of the key findings from a recent national survey of stocker cattle operators. It sought information on production and management practices and it definitely rendered some trends of interest which deo will cover in a moment. Then shelby varner talks with k states chelsea arnold about her in study of farmland donors willingness to lease crop and pasture land to younger agricultural producers. Who need that rented ground to stay in. Operation chelsea spoke on these findings at the recent case date risk in profit conference and later on this week's wildlife management segment k. States charlie lead looks at efforts to control feral swine all that and more next on agriculture. Today thanks.

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"stocker" Discussed on Courage Cast - Build Your Belief

Courage Cast - Build Your Belief

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"stocker" Discussed on Courage Cast - Build Your Belief

"Difference. Well well well. I get to talk to a familiar voice in my life actually at hearkens me back to my early days on the walker stockers. Podcast that are used to host co host for the walker stocker conventions and all the things that i used to do. Related to the walking dead..

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A Value Manager on How Most Value Managers Are Getting It All Wrong

Odd Lots

05:27 min | 1 year ago

A Value Manager on How Most Value Managers Are Getting It All Wrong

"Tracy now one of the things that we discussed number of times in twenty twenty but also maybe before it just sort of the. I guess you'd say permanent state of crisis that you call it in so-called value investing. Yes it's it's certainly been a long running team has an and i feel like we've done quite a few episodes on it at this point up but twenty twenty didn't exactly turn things around for value investors either. No definitely not. And i think like there's really two strand. The tend to emerge in our conversations. And i i would characterize him as this one is that there is some cyclical element to value. Investing in this psychologist. Hasn't turned around yet. So it's like we have this sort of long multiple expansion kind of low growth fed driven economy that sort of creates this permanent bid for growth companies at the expense of value Week gdp growth cetera. Just like certain industries are going to thrive in that environment. And then i'd say the half. is that no. The problem is that we are not good at defining value in their people have sort of taken more accounting approach and say traditional measures of the stocks. Cheapness like say price to book value. Just these measures don't work in a world. where so much value is intangible right. This is the idea that as companies well the sort of successful companies nowadays are investing a lot. They're investing a lot in things like their brands. And other intangible assets that just aren't captured by price to book value and so a company that's positioning itself for a really good future performance. Might not actually look that way. If you're just glancing at something like price to book you know like it's sort of a joke and i think we've talked about it with on local mobilizing Last year woodard. But it's like you can rescue value investing if you call netflix value. Stocker if you call facebook values and someone would say okay. These companies don't have big like factories that can easily be measured. But if you could somehow put a number on the value of the facebook network as an asset then you could then you could theoretically imagine a world in which some traditional values screen facebook comes up right. I mean the thing that still makes me uncomfortable about value. Stocks is that you're you're still investing in something on the basis that the market has somehow mischaracterized. Its future which. I think you touched on this with your narratives but i think in the current environment where we talk a lot about flows based Investing a lot of momentum trading things like that it feels like the market is quite consistently directing capital to you know a few firms. And then it just keeps doing that and those firms overvalued in overvalued in overvalued and if you're not in that cycle i don't know i just feel like it's unlikely that you're going to get back in it and the longer it takes you to get in the more you're sort of losing out in terms of valuations but anyway sorry. I'm going on it. no no. it's great. I mean the other thing and i think it's sort of related to your point. Is you know it's nice to say like okay like there's some intangible value that we if we could only measure at netflix's or facebook or whatever it is but it seems hard to know in advance that it's there and so it's like okay if you have some like factory than you can say okay. This exists and historically speaking it will Project over the next ten years. It's going to throw this cash and that's a good value. It feels like a lot of these sort of like backing into the value approach. That it's very much easier to say. In retrospect or ex post facto. Oh this turned out to be a very valuable asset that they have which is sort of nice. I guess for maybe an intellectual standpoint but it doesn't really help you like pick stocks today which ultimately care about these discussions great to say okay to facebook network is worth a lot of money but you know. I wish you had told me that. Six years ago now but it does help Different investment companies. Come up with the different strategies factors to come up with different definitions of value. That always work when they're back tested against historical data right so i guess the question is that sarcasm is coming through on the podcast. But i gotta tracy the looking for is the approach that works in advance. That's not just back tested. And some you know some approach that can help us identify sort of deeply under a company undervalued companies today using some something whether it to metric whether to screen whether it's some other intangible measure something that doesn't just helpless rationalize the past but can you know help Help me Retire a few years earlier. Yeah and also maybe even explain why value investing as it's commonly understood has performed so badly For so long.

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"stocker" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"stocker" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"I think it's a good thing to invest in. I think i enjoy it later on down really see myself doing it. Plus i think it's a great way for you to have some finances down the road when everything goes you know shuts down. I don't wanna do you know fitness anymore yet. It's a it's a good time. Yes and the only reason. I got into it. I think because when you hang around enough people who are successful. Because i have all my clients owned businesses. You're either gonna leave or you're gonna try to get to their level of your way. I might not do as an investor might not do it as a real estate person. But i'll figure my way to get where they're at or what they have in matte stock way and it works out at four seasons. It'd be better to be around third resona jackasses at to idealize. You always say give you will you. so so. i'm a huge believer in diversifying revenue. Right mellon your biz. But if you have five different revenue streams coming in Ultimately that's going to fortify and protect your finances as well but if someone's listening in they don't it'd be a trainer or fit pro listening in and they're like yeah i'd like to do how the heck did you get started. And when was that i mean seven properties now like wow how do we get. This is the first one. How did that happen. We got sorted about five years ago. When i first retreat at your three day retreat. That's what i said it wouldn't do ten. Have it on my wall all marked off a one one of my clients whose real said hey. Are you interested. I talked to my wife. We did it scare. You have the money. Money to put down Twenty thousand dollars and this was you know six years ago. It's just extra money we did it. We went and clean everything up ourselves and it was rented and that was it was a two unit..

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"stocker" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"stocker" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"So guys matt stockers amazing man and husband and father. And you're going to get that real real Real real soon here. And one thing i can tell you this in watching mad. Who's been a part of my mastermind program for several years now. This man has served his community as an absolute bright lighthouse. Unlike unlike anyone else. I've seen this guy is shining right. Now check it all out here. We go with my man mac. Stocker all right my friends. We've gotten that stocker here on the podcast matt. How did they brother doing great man. Thanks for having me feeling good. How's everything back in eastern oregon degrees and sunny. Maybe forty degrees in study now. If i'm not mistaken being jersey guy. Whenever i went to easton not or is it. Not the home of larry. Holmes larry holmes yes and harry homes for all of you listening. I know you like who the heck is larry. holmes larry. Holmes was a heavyweight boxer. He and he used to always fight. Who do you remember who use the fight. Nobody's got a nickname aka the what. Oh i don't know that one eastern assassin eastern assassin now did he fight ali did he fight mohammed ali that i i don't know that he may well larry. Holmes is a legend and also a little a little known fact. There's also a famous fitness company besides trinity fitness that was founded in eastern. Pa that is. Ooh i'm testing. I'm testing you. Your ignore barbell from eastern. Pa we're talking to a sixteen year fitness veteran in stock. Call them stock mets docker. And i remember when driving through eastern. I'd always see the home of larry holmes and i always a fitness professional knew that york barbell was the was in eastern. Pa so it's great to have you matt. Hey just real quick if you would just share with our listeners today. Tell me about trinity fitness. When did you when did you find it. what's it all about. surely fitness. i came about in two thousand nine. And it embodies the mind body and spirit you know in the three fold what we need with people and we celebrate our eleven year anniversary which has been great but really more than impacting people through fitness. I think you have to add the mind. Most of all. I think you have to have a spiritual side. The people and connect acts. I think are spiritual beings in an earth suit. How do you do that how i do that. I think what i been doing is incorporating my faith and putting my spin on it in everyday language that people understand filling myself up daily through scripture in which i do eventually then on the opportunity that presents itself giving that people who are ready for or when an opportunity opens itself to do that with people whether it be through social posting or just you know some conversations with clients folks. One of the reason why. I wanted to have matt stocker on the show. Today was because i've known matt for several years. Now he's been in my mastermind program and he's always been a man of seoul You know he. He's a big burly strong guy but he's a man he's a gentle giant got the heart of gold and he's always a man of faith.

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"stocker" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"stocker" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Me mourning mourning sunshine's i hope you're having a great day so far and i'm super fired up for today's show. I've got a friend here who i've known for a long time. And he is creating some massive impact back on the east coast. You're gonna hear all from matt soccer in just a moment. I wonder if i want to share today is are you the kind of person that someone else picks up the phone for what i by that is you ever look at the phone when someone calls you like. Nah i'm not going to answer that now. Or oh my gosh. This person's calling me. I gotta take this regardless of what's going on. I want you to think about being the kind of person that someone is always going to pick up the phone for my friends say. I believe that this episode is really going to help you in all aspects of your life and you do not need to be a trainer coach or fit pro to get great value out of today's show. I believe it's gonna you a better man or woman is going to make you a better husband or wife son or daughter a better trainer or fitness enthusiasts because matt stockers gonna bring the heat and check out the background. He's been involved in this industry for over sixteen years. His athletic career started in high school where he was an outstanding lineman. You gotta love those those guys in the trenches. He went on to play football rowing university where he visited the national championship for two years. Rohan baby well. Jersey shout out. He received his bachelor's degree in criminal justice and with a passion for fitness and people. He continued to get his master's degree from kane college jersey. This degree helped him establish long term relationships and understand the real issues behind people and their goals in two thousand and four matt his first fitness job and continued to build his client base learning how to operate a business in two thousand nine matt. Stockers trae fitness was born in easton. Pa and it soon became one of the best places in the area too personal train..

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"stocker" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"stocker" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Singles on Tuesdays at 9, A.m., Basil Stocker, Cattle and on Wednesdays at 9 A.m., feeder steers and feeder heifers are sold for more information. You can click over to their website. Okay. See West Com or give them a call directly at 807. 7893780 K C West livestock market is put together twice a year by the U. S. Department of Agriculture. The national cattle count. Cattle inventory numbers are released, based on January 1st data and July 1st information. January. 1st data comes up with the end of the month of January. And it's particularly important to give us a feel as to the number of U. S beef cows in the United States. Livestock Market economist Dr Darrell Peel with us today, Darryl, What are your thoughts regarding this upcoming report? You know, I've worked up my numbers in terms of my expectations. And in general, I think we're looking at you know, I'm gonna call it a slide of modest slide in in in cattle inventories kind of continuing what happened in 20? 20 you know if you look at the cow inventory, specifically which is kind of the primary source of supply Long term in the industry be count numbers peaked in 2019. They were off a little bit 2020. Look for him to be off again a little bit in 2021 as of January, 1 in that estimates, and generally across the board slightly tighter numbers with the overall inventory the Peter supply being down a little bit. We're carrying feedlot inventory is close to your goal levels into the new year. But as we go through the year, I think we'll see those numbers tighten up a little bit will really begin to see the thean packed in terms of feedlot production and beef production. Show up in 2021 as a result of the tighter numbers that really started in 2019 as we go forward here, extension livestock Market economist Dr Darrow appeal that cattle inventory report the January 1st 2021 members will be released on Friday. January 29th. That's your farm news on talk radio's new generation. I'm Ron Hayes for K O. K. C. What's that noise in the attic? It's that time of the year when mice, rats, squirrels and raccoons are inviting themselves into your house or business to find food in a nice, warm place for winter, if you're having problems with pests of any kind, called King passed control at 753 92 22. King past is in Oklahoma Company with over 21 years of five star service, getting rid of pests and the source that causes those best to invade your home or business. What is that This sound of no more past thanks to King passed control. Sansa has come and gone. And maybe you got what you wanted. Maybe not. Kelly Customs can still warm your tushy with heated seats or add remote start to warm the car and make scraping the ice off your windshield. That much easier. Maybe you still need a Cali customs gift card for that nephew that you forgot to give a.

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"stocker" Discussed on Cam Girl Diaries Podcast

Cam Girl Diaries Podcast

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"stocker" Discussed on Cam Girl Diaries Podcast

"I'm not going to do that. I'm keeping with what works. And if i didn't keep with what we're like. Try other things. I probably you know i probably would have been a lot more successful. It's something you just have to kind of figure out as you go and once you kind of get it down you can really make something of yourself you know. You just have to get that base. You have to work hard for it in and try and figure it out and you'll learn a lot from your mistakes and not important absolutely absolutely. Yeah yeah that's what i think. That's what pigeonholing that's that's Is that the right word like you know. What is it. Like you put your. You only do one thing and you don't do nothing else. I honestly don't know. But i think i've been writing with it. I said it. So i it means something right. I am pretty sure it's right. I'm not sure not hundred percent. Sure whatever it doesn't matter bad but arc one thing. I have to ask and this has been a great conversation by the way You know like you know wasn't expecting anything but like you know a lot like i learned a lot and i think others would too. You know there's a lot in it. But i have to know because i know you love pain and you do some you know like well you do you play with knives and fire and all that good stuff right research. Didn't you yes. I'm semi professional right stocker. I got you see now. That's another thing. I got touch on this because like how doing this is like you know. I'm basically cold calling and telling you know telling performers like you know what it is i do and you know and all that stuff and i also have to you know like research but it could be considered stocking because i have to know who talking to you..

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The Most Frightening Thing About Stalkerware, with Eva Galperin

Cyber Security Sauna

05:44 min | 2 years ago

The Most Frightening Thing About Stalkerware, with Eva Galperin

"Tell us about yourself. How did you get into fighting stock aware? Well, I was a normal sort of security researcher. Mostly studying AP tease the were targeting journalists and activists for many years and then it turned out that the person with whom I had been doing the majority of May? AP. T research was outed as a serial rapist and I was really really angry and so one of the things that I did was I read an interview with a with one of his victims and. What really struck me in that interview was how scared she was she was really frightened. She hadn't come forward earlier because she was worried about stocker where she was worried the this guy was a hacker and e had threatened to compromise or devices, and so she felt that her devices weren't. And that she would not be physically safe and I got so mad that I tweeted and. Thing which happens a lot and. What I tweeted a couple years ago was that if you are a woman has been sexually abused by a hacker. And you're concerned about about your devices that you could reach out to me, and I would make sure that you would get a full forensic workup of your device. Ten thousand retweets later, I had involuntarily started a project project slash landside. Yes. So, I was getting between two zero like up to thirty messages a day from from different people I still get messages from people who are really alarming situations and I spent a year and a half just working with the people on the ground and trying to get a good feel for what they're What the problem really was because one of the things that security researchers are often wrong about. What the problem is. Frequently, we look at some group that we wanted to protect him. We say, the only you do blah, Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah everything will be fix. It turns out often the the reasons that people behave the way that they do. So. I discovered mostly what we're looking at not at device compromise but account compromise that most of what people think of as device compromise non technical is in fact account compromise and I thought well, this is great news because we have solutions for account compromise you tell everybody to use a password manager you have the US unique and strong passwords for everything used the highest level of to FA which is available in the comfortable with you've got your your cats fairly well locked down but that still left some cases where the device really had been compromised until the accounts for getting compromised over over over. and. That was stocker where. which is commercially available online to anybody to install on another person's device in order to track them. And often it's sold as a way of catching your cheating spouse. Or. As a way of tracking your children or some other kind of safety or security framework, but it is. Definitely. Used by abusers as part of their abuse in order to track where where people are what they're doing who they're talking to. This is weird like sorta get where a parent would want to sort of know where their kid is. So you know maybe let's say I'm okay with that. I haven't really thought about this but let's say I'm okay with that. But like but I understand stalker does is like access to messages and phone calls and stuff like that. That seems like awfully intrusive. Well, different stalkers differ capabilities as probably anybody who's listening to this podcast understands that route is route. Hit villages. After route and the capabilities are not really the most frightening thing about the stock aware for me. The most frightening thing about the soccer, where is that? It is installed without the knowledge of the person who's devices and it's designed to hide. Is designed to convince the person who is being spied on that they're not being spied on. So they cannot give their consent and I find that really troublesome. For example, even if you want to look after your children if you if you want to know where your kids are with the phone that you bought for them. Let them know let them know that this is this is the phone that I bought for you. This is software that I have installed on this device. This these are its capabilities. Had I do this in order to look after you do some parenting? And Yeah if you're if you're hiding, that's abusive. Yes. There are people out there making this software selling the software that's designed to do this thing. So that's that's a little creepy. It is absolutely creepy that there are people who are selling the software. I am extremely careful about how we go after people like this because I am a security researcher and also I worked for the Electronic Frontier Foundation. We are part of the organization that got the ruling the United States that code is protected by the First Amendment that code a speech We are very concerned with protecting the rights of security researchers and I want people to write the code they. I think that that's okay. But when you start selling code that is specifically designed for abuse that I've got problems.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 First Look: Crazy Cameras and 5G in Every Phone

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:31 min | 3 years ago

Samsung Galaxy S20 First Look: Crazy Cameras and 5G in Every Phone

"All right. Tell us about these. New S twenty models is the technology really super Soubra advanced. There's so much going on with these new phones. There are two things that people should remember our cameras and connectivity on the Camera Front. Samsung says they've done a complete remodeling regarding. These are all new camera. Systems new sensors now can record eight K.. Video Samsung just wants you to know. These are the best cameras in the world. And they're on their phones on the connectivity front. They want you to know that they've got five G.. And this is the first mainstream phone to have five G. Across the entire lineup. So that means you can go into a store you can buy these phones and you can walk out with five G. Kinda. It is very complicated. How five Asia is working? It's complicated to know what kind of flavors the carriers offer in terms of five G. and then it's complicated to know which of these phones work with what carriers and what flavors. Okay so these are. These are really Again we're back into the mini computer phone Era where your phone is doing everything for are you. Let's talk about these cameras Apple came out with the three eyed monster last year. How do these compare to that? It's funny the thing I was most excited about after seeing these phones wasn't really a hardware feature. It's this new camera. Software feature called single take and I often struggle on my iphone when I'm taking photos of my son to a take a video. Do I take a photo. I'm switching back and forth. I'm holding down the button. What am I gonNA do here? And Samsung solves this here by giving you this setting you press down on on it for a couple of seconds. It captures both the captures photos and video. So you don't have to think about. Oh Am I need toggles on. Put the flash entre to do this and this it does all of that and then it kicks back to you a bunch of photos and videos with some that have effects on it maybe mix it sort of like live photo little animation to one and it gives you all of those to choose from and I think this is just a really nice usability thing because I'm constantly thinking. What should I do here? But you need to know in terms of the cameras is there. Are these three remodels a phone. Starting at the Galaxy s twenty and that has three rear cameras. So you get the wide you get the ultra wide and you get the telephoto then you move up to the Galaxy s twenty plus and that has four cameras on the back and you get those same three that you had on the on the Galaxy s twenty but you also get one extra her camera. That doesn't actually take photos. It's called a time of Flight Sensor and that captures information and depth information around your environment and that's going to be used for augmented reality APPs that will then be enhanced by five gene so four cameras on that model. Then you move up to the galaxy. S Twenty ultra and there. You get again for models. But they've really maxed out the sensors they're and the capabilities on the cameras. And the main thing that I take away from that is that you get a crazy breezy zoom lens telephoto Lens. They've put in what they call a folded zoom and it has a prison on top so it can refracted light. What you really need to know here is that it his incredibly Zimmi? You get a crazy zoom you get ten x optical zoom and one hundred x digital zoom so you can be standing Really really far away from something and Zoom in and see pretty clearly what it is. Wow I should say it also sounds potentially creepy. I can see wanting to have a longer zoom Lens. You're watching your kid in a play and you're really far behind the stage and you can't really see very well I can see wanting to take Of some sort of landscape and really wanting to zoom in on something in the demo. Samsung showed this really impressive shot. The the guy had been on an airplane and he could zoom into a stadium down below. And you could actually see the stadium so could see all of that being super cool but I also see the super creepy side of that. which is you take a photo of something pretty far out? And then you can zoom in and see someone's face pretty clearly or I don't know you you take a photo of a apartment from outside 'cause you just think Oh that's a nice building but then you zoom in. I don't enough somebody's changing. So we're we're almost at the creeper stocker. I Yeah I I would call it. The Galaxy S. creeper are right. I'm not sure that they're going to be so happy with that new time of. Let's talk about connectivity. You mentioned five G.. Being very complicated part of the reason it's complicated is that the phones don't necessarily match up with the capabilities of the network options that we have right now right so let's talk a little bit about that you said there's a question of which servers which providers are going to be able to work with this phone. What's the problem there? The main issue is around the smaller own. The Samsung Galaxy s twenty that phone only supports what's called sub six five G. and this is what's also known as mid band five G. and to make it simple for people it's faster than four G. but it's not as fast as the fastest five G.. Okay just think of it as like sort of middle band this mid space of five G.. Now that's what supported on the Galaxy s twenty because it's a lower end phone at a thousand dollars you don't get the full capabilities that when you go up the line you get faster. Stir Five G. which is called the millimeter wave five G.. So that means that you have to have carriers supporting sub sects or mid band five G.. The issue is that the biggest carrier in the United States right now. Verizon doesn't support

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An Interview With Actor and NFL Veteran Anthony Alabi

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

09:37 min | 3 years ago

An Interview With Actor and NFL Veteran Anthony Alabi

"My next. Guest is an actor writer and a former n._f._l. Player and he's been talented at all three. His name. Is anthony lobby anthony. Thank thank you for being on the show today. How's life treating you. It's gone great man. Thanks for having me. I really appreciate it. I have notes all across my desk about your life and i feel anthony. I always think the joke that like if anybody ever to this much detail to know about somebody else's life. They needed to be a stocker podcast host so i'm. I'm glad i'm the podcast you the podcasts at least at least what you tell me so. I don't know where to start here. So as you're growing up right you grow up and seeing antonio oneal dad. Has this like love of of movies and is that where you pick it up from my dad is my parents foreign so my dad is nigerian. My mother is puerto rican and so my dad a lot of time to connect to american culture he watch movies and so he would take us to the theaters on sunday to the theater on sundays and what would happen is we'd say they're basically from my. I don't know nine or ten in the morning until like eight thirty nine o'clock tonight. Why and watch just watch like three or four movies. And of course i loved it because of the fact that you know i wanted to be everything i saw aw and i think one of the times we went. I either had enough of it or he was just like let me tell let me let him in on this but he was like you know what you can be all of those things. If you're an actor and i was like what's that he explained it and i ended up i lit up and it was from that moment on. It was like all i wanted to do. Is there a particular movie or actor anthony that you see in your like like you know what that's the one or this is the movie that i has really ignited that flame in me to to want to be go into acting yeah you know honestly there wasn't one significant thing one memory i do have <hes> and it's still one of the first time when i was kind of told what an actor was was. I remember watching this and i'm sure now. It's like the cheesy lifetime movie as a kid of the hank gathers story. Do you remember this. I do yeah yeah eh loyola marymount right. That's right yeah. That's the first my her that school and like he he died of heart heart condition and i remember i cried so hard because sounds like wow that guy's dead and and i was so scared like not scared but more just like i felt so bad that he was gone. My parents were like it's okay like he's fine in real life i was like what are you talking talking about. He just died and that was another instance where they were like. No no no he was acting and i was like what was i remember. I told you actors look and they showed me a movie with that same actor in something else and i was like oh my god and i think that for me that has always kind of been burned into my head as being something like that one what do that. I want to move people like that and it's almost like a bryan song right. We're yeah. It's definitely acting portraying somebody. That's very very real and right yeah. That's a great. I never would have expected that. I mean that's a pretty great. That's a powerful answer man. That's that's a little. That's a little more than acting. That's just really being moved but not only a person but certainly only your love of acting yeah and for me i just i loved the idea that you can move someone and that you can kind of change people's perceptions and just the power our that the art. Has you know what i mean and i fell in love with it anyway <hes> so i have to say. I want to come back to acting obviously but we got to start off at the beginning so i thought i read this. If i'm wrong. Please correct me at anytime you and yet you attended the naval academy. Is that correct i did. Yes well one that super hard to get into and it's one of the if it's on par with harvard for those of you listening that don't know it is. I'm you have to get a letter from what like a representative or congressman again. You're being person yeah yeah. There's two ways to get you need to be appointed or you can be kind of i forgot the name of it but recommended basically so by by congressman and then it's put put to a vote and it's very difficult process. I was appointed <hes> and <hes> you gotta think football for that but yeah they appointed me to the naval academy and i and and i you know i ended up going for about a semester i think i i went and i love and the worst thing you didn't like. The military's actually loved it. I'm super structured sure. I'm very type a. so i loved that part of it for me just kind of tying it into football. The thing that i didn't agree with was just that you know at navy they're passionate about beating army and that was everything you know and i appreciated it and i love the pageantry of it but i just didn't feel like anything anything like the other games whereas significant you know what i mean so they went one in twelve and beat army was a winning season. You know what i mean. I just you know overall it just did the wasn't there and so that's when i transferred and walked on at t._c._u. Yeah that's a very complex situation at navy it. It's definitely a an honor to go there and to be there but yeah. I mean you kind of want for sports. Perspective bigger things and t._c._u. Is certainly that right. I mean that is a hop and yeah i think when i got there they had just kind of gotten to that point where they were getting national recognition as as a top tier you know what i mean yeah yeah and then you drafted by the dolphins you play for nick sabin talk about him a little bit anthony. Was he tough to play for. I mean you get the is very rigid at the naval academy. I would imagine the life in general right. I got the feeling that that's kind of nick sabin but just the football version of that absolutely you know nick is when he drafted me you know he's very straightforward straight forward and and he is a funny guy. That's thank you realize he's actually really funny but he's very he's very serious about football. He knows football. He's he's a genius sat. It and he's not what you would call it. A players coach and i know that that kind of new movement not new but the movement for the past few years in the n._f._l. Or decade or so as been this claire coach thing which is worked out because i think when you get into the n._f._l. You deal with egos. You guys have bank accounts and kids and i think you get to that point you. You can't really throw a dictatorship at them. You know what i mean. So i think that nick sabin he was though he's an excellent coach and he's phenomenal what he does. I think it was very tough for him kind of being in the n._f._l. Because you can't you can't just kind of rule over everybody the way you do in college you know in college. Those kids are looking to take take them to the promised land now. Whether that's a national championship or getting drafted you can get them. There and you've been there so they listened to. They hang on your every word in the n._f._l. You can't necessarily thoroughly do that because these are grown men. You know what i mean and so i remember i remember story particularly where we lost a game pretty badly and it goes to the front of the room and he goes now. You guys don't start doing what i tell you to do. I'm gonna whoop you look my kids and obviously he was kidding but he just kind of he was so upset and he let that out and i remember vonnie holliday who was a defensive tackle. At the time six foot six long arms built like superman he stood up and he goes a nick back when you come and try on what me and i remember going all right vanni we all right. What i'm saying is the point. Is you know and so i think i think that's kind of thing but overall. He's a great guy. I always had a great relationship with him. He's very intense about football which makes him so good at his job but it was a different. It was a different beast. I think being in the n._f._l. And i think where he where he is now is the perfect place for him to be. I think you know they eat breathe and sleep football. Uh and i think that's where he should be yeah. He's licking icon down there absolutely here yeah so. I have to ask you because i do live in massachusetts. It's on forty five minutes away from right so boy okay so you play for miami or the senior in the a._f._c. Straight talk about i mean there just seems to me a universal hate for the because they win but for for tom brady and belle attack. What's your purse. I mean you. You have a unique experience. Here's where you can comment because you've played against them. You've had background. What's your take on that whole thing their dominance lately a lot lately but for a long period of time to start this answer with the fact that my wife is from boston ace so i have to hear from in-laws laws constantly but that being said we played them twice a year. I personally don't like new england win the patriots but not for the reasons that everybody else i played against them so when at in the era that i was playing i didn't like the players played against us. Because i you know and please don't confuse it with respect. I respect that team and i respect those players. I don't like the players that played against because of the way they played and they did certain things and that's just more or inside baseball. It's like little things that are like you know considered like upstanding or norms in football that they broke just to kind of be jerks. You know what i mean like pushing a guy over a pile or being a prick about something but other than that the team itself the reason why they get hated on is because they're so good right and they're good because bill check is honestly that guy's a genius and what he does and the systems they have in place. It's built on it's built on teamwork and it's built on the system. Not the players were and that's why why win. Tom brady goes down as wonderful fantastic as is someone like jimmy. Garoppolo or or the other guy could jump in there and function

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Why nobody wants to call it stalking

The Big Story

13:47 min | 3 years ago

Why nobody wants to call it stalking

"See you may have missed the details of this story unless you spend a lot of time online the young woman an instagram influence her named Bianca Devon's was murdered in Utica New York this this week. Please tell me that they believe that the suspect left this graffiti message on the ground saying may you never forget me photos. We're taking her and we're posted on social media or chat platforms. They were posted on there which sled people to become concern into contact. The Police Bianco was allegedly killed by Brandon Clark a man she had met online and that's also where her murder was posted in gruesome fashion and when the incident was first reported because of some of those details it was reported that she was stocked and stocking is an interesting and potentially accurate term for what allegedly happened but not according to police one of the other rumors were hearing is that there was a stocking incident a police spokesperson said she met with him willingly and that raises an interesting question if the victim met with her killer willingly does that mean it can't be stocking. How do we define that kind of crime? The story of Bianca's murder landed the same day as a threat on twitter which asked victims to share their experiences with their stockers. You'll probably not be shocked to hear that. Many of them had in fact met with their stockers willingly at some point most of them were sharing stories like that very vaguely and for the first time so what qualifies an incident the kind of incident that we clearly know can and does and in murder as stocking what options do victims have in. How are these crimes treated when they are reported if they are reported and what are the signs that all of us please most of all should be recognizing to help stalking victims before we all learn their story for the first time a really really ugly way? I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story. Julie loaned is an activist and educator around sexual violence and criminal harassment. She is also the creator of a project called outside of the shadows a project on criminal harassment in Canada so the first thing I want to ask you <hes> because of the incredibly disturbing story that made the rounds this week is when you see a a story like the one out of New York that I just described. What's the first thing that goes through your head a someone who lives this everyday well for me? The reason why this story was so upsetting setting was because it combined to other things that I have deep personal and professional connection to which is stalking criminal harassment and in cells and men's rights activists and kind of misogynous activists online and so to see both of those pieces come together. <hes> is really horrifying. What do you think happens in the media in sort of the hours and days after a story like this breaks because there's a ton of discussion around ended and immediately come sort of editorials and the discussion of cells and etc.? I'm really tired of people having hot takes about in cells or hot takes about even on long island stocking as though this is a new phenomenon and then it very quickly becomes sensationalized very quickly has yeah all of these sort of think pieces about it. We're talking about something as old as time. The assumption that women can't be trusted the assumption that women are telling you that they want something in but in fact they just want to be friends that women are using you that women are shifty. I mean these are like imbued. In most religious texts for example right like this is an old story and when it comes to stocking this is also something that women have experiencing for a very. Very Long Time and there's this real trend lately to act as though there's been some sort of uptaken it when in fact we know that technology apps different kinds of of things that are coming out are just new tools for an old form of violence and and most people who are being stalked even when most of it is online. They're still a kind of hurrell component to it. They're still someone following them physically showing up at their house showing up at their place of work and so I get really frustrated when people act look like Oh my God like people the Internet is like no. It's just another tool that we've given soccer's to us but the stuff has been going on forever. So why don't you lay out what is covered by stocking because this is one of the things things that that was the case in point in this recent story is that the the woman who was murdered had had a relationship with the alleged killer and maybe that means it wasn't stocking after all because the initial story said it was first of all. It's really really important for folks to know that the vast majority of victims of stalking are women. The vast majority of stockers are men even when the victim itself is a man men are more likely to be stopped by a man than by a woman and women are far more likely to be stopped by someone that they know and so so the idea that it can't be stocking if someone that you consented to meet with date sleep with Mary is absolutely false. Criminal harassment in Canada is an umbrella term that covers a whole array of behavior but the root of it is repeated an unwanted monitoring of some way shape or form of both the person the person's whereabouts so monitoring their home their place of work or monitoring folks around them so trying badgering their friends and family family to find out where that person is and the goal is really to that surveillance that monitoring that idea that you can't take a breath take a step without me knowing where you are and without you knowing that I'm watching you. How does that start in a typical typical case without asking you to point to one oftentimes especially when the two people know each other it starts with some semblance of conflict in that could be someone breaks up with you? Someone rejects you you know maybe they fired you from their place of work so there's really some semblance of a of a break in some way shape or form where the person says even politely. This isn't working out. You know I think we should go separate ways and then that person just doesn't let it go oftentimes it can also be in the in the context of I. I have a crush on this person. I really like this person and they're being nice to me and I'm taking it is an indication that they're interested in me and so I'm going to escalate the behavior oftentimes like intimate partner violence for example starts in a seemingly kind of small way where the person might think am. I reading too much into this. Maybe they just happened to be there. Maybe they're just really invested in my social media content and that's why they like all my posts in there the first person to comment on my photos and then oftentimes it's slowly escalates from there which is what contributes to the victim feeling. Maybe I'm just being dramatic and like this person's just being nice or maybe they're just awkward and I'm reading too much into it and oftentimes by the time they realize the full breadth of what's going on. It's actually been going on significantly AH longer than they thought well one of the other reasons we wanted to talk to you is because there was a huge threat on twitter this week that I think <hes> probably was not surprising at all to a lot of people and then extremely surprising to some can you tell me about it and maybe sort of read me the first post and a couple couple of examples so a twitter user named Michelle Guido asked women dear women. If you are comfortable please share your stalker stories below on this thread the idea that this is rare needs to stop re tweet to help spread awareness enough jeff enough and similar to the METOO Hashtag similar to been raped never reported hashtag women flooded the thread with their stories and what was so interesting to me but devastating was how. How tweet after tweet after tweet was a classic case of stocking both from an emotional standpoint but also from a criminal standpoint like these are things that meet the legal threshold in this country anyway and women had imbued self-doubt out into the tweet itself so this idea of I don't know if this is really considered stalking but I had this guy in high school or I don't know if this really counts and that is so heartbreaking to me but so unbelievably common that women have these experiences that until someone puts a label on it? You hadn't really thought of it in that light you just thought this kind of crap and thing that happened to you in high school or maybe this weird experience you had at this particular job and so oftentimes it's only in hearing other people's stories that they start to kind of put the pieces pieces together and realize why have every right to have released wrong feelings about the experience because it really was a criminal act. The you mentioned been raped never reported how often is stalking reported like the incidents described in in that thread stalking like all forms of gender-based violence in this country is incredibly under reported. It's oftentimes reported in the context of other crimes so this person vandalize my home which means they were watching my home home which means a criminal harassment charges added on even when you're looking at policing criminal harassment charges rarely stand on their own. They're oftentimes attached to an intimate partner violence charge show you know battery and stocking fucking vandalizing something stocking impersonation hockey into their computer like all of those kinds of things so it's oftentimes that's how women will sort of tell that story and again in Canada because it's referred to as criminal harassment and not stalking oftentimes women. I don't even know what criminal harassment is. I don't even know what the threshold is so they just sort of tell the story and if you're lucky you have a detective or a nine one one dispatcher who can read between the lines and figure out okay. This is actually what the root of what's happening here but it's really often seen as sort of adjacent to a more serious crime and that's something that I am personally trying to advocate to change is that criminal harassment in and of itself is a form of terrorists wrestler terrorizing another human being. It's psychologically damaging and I don't need to and I shouldn't have to physically assault you for that criminal harassment to be taken seriously. What is the threshold for people who don't know where might have a story that they questioned whether or not it reaches up while I wish I could tell you what the threshold is but it's very vague in the criminal code and so oftentimes it really is up to the nine one one dispatch or the detective? That's working on your case to see the tear in your is a case in in Montreal right now with Sue Montgomery who's the mayor of one of the outlying verbs in Montreal who by her definition has been stocked by man for over twenty years he started stalking her when she was a journalist and then when she became elected he had other opportunities to Harasser just this month the judge concluded that what he was doing absolutely was stocking absolutely was criminal harassment but because sued did not that show fear when she confronted him and there's video evidence of her confronting him at one of her events because she did not look afraid it did not meet the threshold of criminal harassment what yeah that's insane. It's absolutely insane and it enrages. You just need to my core. Because what are women supposed to do if I show that I'm upset visibly then I'm dismissed as an unreliable witness. I'm dismisses hysterical. I'm dismisses like Oh my God like get over yourself and then additionally in this culture that we're in right now so much of the response around me to women just kind of stand up for themselves. These men don't know what they're doing. They're not reading your signals. There's miscommunication unless you put your foot down. How is he gonNA know okay cool? Put My foot down and now you're saying well. I didn't look. Look scared and being scared is the threshold that is not okay like what are women supposed to do like who is the right person to be taken seriously when it comes to criminal harassment and so I what happened to sue is horrifying <unk> horrifying but it's incredibly common and so- criminal harassment is on one case you know repeated on wanted all of those kinds of things contact contact with your family surveillance but you also need to meet this criteria of showing fear and reasonably had a reason to be afraid of this person will who decides that and if it's a judge what are they using to decide that oftentimes some pretty archaic stereotypes of what steer looks like particularly early in women and so you have women were going through the process where putting themselves out there and are being shut down by the legal system because you just didn't look afraid enough like we should be outraged that you mentioned a few minutes ago that it <hes> It depends on whether or not you get a good detective who understands it. How much education is they're? They're left to be done in how how variable I guess is the police response when this is reported the police response to gender-based violence writ large is horrifying. It's terrible I mean I it's just like it makes me inarticulate like it just makes me so angry about the response in general but when it comes to criminal harassment in my case like personally I've contacted police on three separate occasions for Chris Three separate people who were harassing me in a way that met the criminal code in all three cases the police absolutely believed it was happening but they didn't really do anything about it and so you know okay on the surface great you can see you know here. Are the messages here.

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Inside the Hottest Job Market in Half a Century

WSJ What's News

02:51 min | 4 years ago

Inside the Hottest Job Market in Half a Century

"The strongest part of the US economy has been the job market. The economy has added jobs for one hundred straight month and the jobless rate recently fell to its lowest level in nearly half. A century workers are scarce and both low skill and high-skill jobs putting up word pressure on wages as employer struggle to fill positions. The Wall Street Journal is out with a special report inside the hottest US job market in half a century, which you can find wsJcom joining us now from Washington is Eric Morath labor economics and policy reporter at the Wall Street Journal, Eric you write that all sorts of people who have previously had trouble landing a job are now finding work is that the primary reason the labor market has been so hot for so long. Well, it's definitely the change that's resulted in this long period of employment growth and extremely low on employment rate that the folks that had been left behind especially in the last recession, but even more general. Since the nineteen sixties are now finding jobs, those are people that don't even have high school diplomas people, maybe that have criminal backgrounds people that maybe have been Stocker in and out of low wage jobs. They're finding jobs, and in many cases, they're finding raises. So that's been the difference. When we started this streak of one hundred months who is doing while they're still doing while the talking about people in high tech fields people with advanced degrees. People that live in growing cities. Those folks are still doing well. But who's joined the party is some of these folks that have been left behind in the past. Why exactly is it a job seekers market right now is it because business is booming. Well business is doing pretty well. I think it's more about a long jetty than a boom per se. It's just that we've had a continuous streak of a decade of economic expansion. And so employers have had to keep adding workers at the same time demographic changes and just. Slower growing population in the United States means on like the fifties sixties and into the eighties where you had, you know, new generations growing larger and larger we're not seeing that same pace of growth. And that means in some cases employers are challenged to find workers. Is it accurate to say that these low levels of unemployment are shifting power to job seekers and prompting businesses to expand their job searches and train applicants who might not be totally qualified. Yeah. I think that's for the most part accurate. It's a slow shift though, you know, I don't think this is one of the articles in the in this package has talks about is this the time to ask for a raise while if you can deliver better performance. Absolutely. But if you can't maybe not, yes, I definitely say on the training. That's the thing that businesses are finally coming around to they'd for a long time, basically been spoilt by this recession. You know, those stories of the college educated worker serving

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Why You Should Cyber-Stalk Your Prospects

Journey to $100 Million

04:43 min | 4 years ago

Why You Should Cyber-Stalk Your Prospects

"There. I'm eric. Kevin join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollar company. This is Eric Olson your host today. We're gonna talk about stocking in a good way though. So I want you to think about how you go about getting prospects. For us. We get a decent amount of inbound leads from our website social media SEO things like that. But in addition to that, we want to go after high value prospects. So it's really just not good enough to sit back and wait for the phone to ring for an Email to come in in order to grow this agency to where we want to get it to we need to proactively go out and find new clients that we wanna work with. So the first thing need to do is really think about what kind of client you want. Usually for us right now, the clients that come to us are a little bit on the smaller side there may be regional players. But for the most part they have one or two offices and they're looking to grow. Now. Ideally, the class would come to us are much bigger now in order to get those bigger clients come to us, we I have to acquire clients of this size and magnitude so that we can prove that we can work with them. We currently work with the Bank right now. But we don't do a lot for them. We really just host them, and we take care of their website. We wanna do more with them and we've actually approached him about it. But they just don't know enough about digital marketing to pull the trigger. So we came up with the strategy where we wanted to actually go out and get a regional Bank. We looked at all the banks here in Hampton roads, that's Norfolk Virginia beach. Newport, News that area, and we came up with the list of about a dozen different banks, and they're different sizes. Some of them are actually headquartered here some are headquartered outside of the area. And we came up with the various shortlist of two to three banks that we want to go after we split them up. I took one Kevin took another j tech another. And we started to do research. We found everything that we could about them and who was in charge of their marketing. Well, one of the banks is a fairly large regional Bank. They have branches on the peninsula and also on the south side. And they were mine I was the one that was going to pursue them. And I signed or stocked this shit out of them. So what I wanted to tell you is in the end it paid off. But in order to get there. I connected with this person on Lincoln. He accepted my request, and I sent him to direct messages. I then connected with him on Twitter, he accepted, and he followed me back, and I sent him to direct messages on Twitter. I also called him twice left to voicemails. And I literally told him. Hey, this is Eric your Stocker, and I also sent an Email so I pursued him, and I didn't give up and I contacted him through multiple different channels multiple different times and let him know very explicitly that the reason I was calling because I wanted his account. So what I didn't wanna do is be timid about it and just kind of tiptoe around it and send him white papers. And just kind of hint that this is the kind of work that we do if I'm going to. Ashley prospect and pursue someone. I wanna make very clear the reason that pursue them. So long story short. I actually had the meeting esta he invited me to his office. Very nice guy. And we sat down for an hour. And I was really a little bit intimidated. I thought maybe I was making a mistake. I had looked at all their digital marketing beforehand, and they were in really good shape. So the first thing that I looked at it. I thought wow, I don't really know what I'm going to pitch here, and I slept on it. And in the morning, I looked at it again. And I realized that they had a gap in their social media. So although they have tens of thousands of followers every single time. They post on social media. They get very low engagement less than ten every single time out of twenty thousand or more. It's just not acceptable. And what I realize is they were just checking the box when it came to social media. So what I ended up pitching. Ng was social media, and in particular video content. Now, what's interesting is. I wrote that down in a review document that I printed brought with me. And when I first got there, we talked about some of the challenges that he was having and guess what social media lack of Ideo and lack of storytelling is what he cited as a problem and correlated exactly with what I had predicted. So it turned out to be a great meeting.

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De La Salle tops 2018 Chronicle Top 25 football rankings

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

05:14 min | 4 years ago

De La Salle tops 2018 Chronicle Top 25 football rankings

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Daily Sal tops two thousand eighteen chronicle top twenty five football rankings. Final two thousand eighteen chronicle. Top twenty five football rankings are KTM rec L W comment. One day LaSalle twelve to one one twenty seventh street NCIS title, just short at state to liberty thirteen one to know NCIS title, but state one champs three Menlo Atherton thirteen to eleven CCS d one and state three AA champions four Wilcox four one six state three eight chaps most wins and bay area five valley. Christian eleven to three seven C C S D two champions overachieved six Saint Francis. Eleven three three w Cal. Champs two tough losses to finish seven Clayton valley. Nine two four hung with liberty for a half. Eight Pittsburgh seven four five win healthy. Probably second best team nine Bishop O'Dowd eleven to nine NCIS division. Two champions ten cardinal Newman. Eleven one eight flip of Cohen, ends brilliant season eleven Palo Alto tend to ten one of bay. Area's most improved teams twelve mclennan's twelve to twenty elite company with third straight state title thirteen SR valley nine four twenty two NCIS D one title was programs third overall, fourteen Rancho Kotite eleven to two eleven untimely injury to QB Jared Stocker fifteen Campo Lindo there. Eighteen three nineteen thirty two TD passes from junior grant Harper sixteen freedom nine four eighteen loss. Twenty eight to twenty one two s RV an NCIS finals seventeen Merrin Catholic. Ten four and are one of Mazi moyenne ads. Best coaching jobs. Eighteen Sarah seven five thirteen dream two thousand seventeen season too hard to match nineteen Antioch. Seven four fourteen. Lost big lead in NCIS D one upset loss twenty less Lomas, twelve to one fifteen scored five hundred eighty six points, but none in NCIS semis. Twenty-one? Monte vista seven four sixteen grade season, but B to be losses to s RV twenty two California. Eight four seventeen thirty five to thirty four season ending loss to freedom. Twenty-three Sacred Heart prep eleven to twenty three v c o t win costs. SHP nor Cal bid twenty four Lincoln SF thirteen o twenty-five SF s and CIF state six eight champs twenty-five Burlingame eleven to two n r c c s d for champs won ten straight to finish five bay area. Football teams claimed CIF champion Saturday the most in the region's history. One of those teams was not day LaSalle, which for the twenty seventh street season claimed the top spot in the chronicles top twenty five final rankings daily, Sal ranked eighth nationally going in dropped thirty five to twenty one open division game to top ranked mater dei Santa Ana on December eighth. The rest of the state championships were delayed a week later because of northern California Air quality issues from the campfire viewed county in the first rankings by the chronicle since the end of the regular season. State champions mclennan's for a and Menlo Atherton three AA and north coast section d one champion San Ramon valley, moved up the most San Ramon valley moved from number twenty two to thirteen MC Clemens twenty to twelve an M a from eleven to three m won five straight games from the end of the regular season, including a thirty three to twenty eight central coast section division one comeback win over number four Wilcock Santa Clara, fourteen one which one St. three eight championship despite a forty two seven loss today, less Al and the NCIS open division championship. Liberty maintained a firm. Hold on. The number two ranking with a state won a championship. The regions fifty champion Lincoln not only romps to fifty three zero win over mission in the San Francisco section championship. But took the state six eight title with a twenty four to thirteen win over orange Glen Escondido at C C SF the Mustangs, finish thirteen. Oh. And moved up one. Spot to number twenty four in the final rankings.

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Taylor Swift used facial recognition software to find her stalkers

The Ray Lucia Show

01:06 min | 4 years ago

Taylor Swift used facial recognition software to find her stalkers

"Taylor swift and her security team used facial recognition software to try to identify the singer stockers a kiosk was set up where fans could clips of swift rehearsing while they watch the clips images of their faces were sent to a command post Kirk canoed since known as the cyber guy. You can check them out at cyber guy dot com. He joins Fox News and says, there's all sorts of technology like this being used more than you think the number of cameras on any average city block in the urban center. You would be shocked at how many times you're captured Kanoute's and also has one big question regarding those images fine. She did this. We went as a concert kinda feels creepy to know you might have been there and your your image was captured. But then you think all right. She needs that for her safety. But then what happens to the information? So that data is now in Nashville or is it somewhere else or did they sell right? So we don't have information about that. And we have no idea as to how that might be in fact handled with regard to what that what that information. What happens the information once they have it? And do they legally have the right to then repurposing information and what day

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Kendall Jenner Gets 5-Year Restraining Order Against Alleged Stalker

Lori and Julia

00:23 sec | 4 years ago

Kendall Jenner Gets 5-Year Restraining Order Against Alleged Stalker

"And KENDALL jenner's alleged Stocker John Ford has been ordered to stay away from her for the next five years. A judge granted generous permanent restraining order against Ford this morning. The order requires him to stay at least one hundred yards away from her and her house at all times. He also won't be allowed to contact her generate previously obtained a temporary restraining order last month after he was arrested released then arrested again for violating another restraining order, pretty scary

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