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Queen Elizabeth II mourned by Britain and world at funeral
"On a tree lined avenue leading up to Buckingham Palace mourners from all over Britain and the worlds came together in their thousands to pay their respects to the late monarch As a radio broadcast of the funeral plays out live to well wishers along the boulevard many listen in respectful silence I spoke earlier to royal fans Ian namari Talbot who came from Ontario in Canada to be part of this historic event We arrived yesterday morning and we're flying out on Monday So very four days very quick Especially for the Queen Especially for the Queen American Rebecca Morris made a special pilgrimage from Maryland to London to honor her late mother's memory I wanted to see history And it was something that my mom and I wanted to do together My mom passed away last year So I wanted to come To honor the queen and honor her Karen Chammas London
Mickey Rooney Had an Affair With 14 Year-Old Liz Taylor
"So Elizabeth Taylor had a passionate affair with Nikki Rooney when she was just 14 years old and he was a married man in his 20s. Imagine putting that scenario into today's society. A 14 year old girl and a married man in his 20s. He talked about me too. He would never see the light of day again. His career would be over. But Elizabeth Talbot was only 12 years old when she met making Rooney. He was then 24 and the time they met Mickey was 24 and married to his second wife, Betty Jane. And Mickey and Elizabeth Taylor starred together in national velvet back in 1944. That's the movie that made Liz Taylor a big star. Two years later, she was caught by Mickey Rooney's pregnant wife as she was going down on him. Yes, I know that for a fact because the great journalist, the late great journalist James bacon, who was a big part of our TV show mysteries and scandals. We used him a lot as an expert of what went on back in the day. He was the journalist that covered stars and James bacon was like a modern day me if you will. He went out, dated the people he covered. He got very ensconced in their lives. He stayed there late. He got mixed up with these people and James bacon told me himself that Liz was going down on Mickey Rooney when they were caught.
Eric Asks Pete and Seth Talbott, Is Age an Advantage in Business?
"Folks, we continue our series with Pete and Seth talbott of the Talbot group where I get to ask kind of a classic business question. So the question I'm asking this week is from the position from the point of view of the business owner who wants to know is my age and advantage or a disadvantage. You're looking at me. I'm looking at you. What are you looking at? Yes. Well, I started in business pretty early. I graduated from high school with a 1.1. And I'm proud that I made it through high school. I'm kind of off the charts. Every successful businessman has a story like this, right? I wish I wish I could be. And then he sells. He never cracked a book once and four points. Yeah, yeah. Anyway, just drove me nuts. Okay. Anyway, not my problem. But my folks let me get into business at age 16. And I started singing professionally. Singing, singing. In nightclubs, and as a Christian, there is a lot of old fuddy duddy Christians that weren't too happy about it, but I was with three guys and we were good and we sang in nightclubs and we did special events for campus crusade for Christ and what have you. It's how you eventually met pat Boone. Yeah, that's how we met pat Boone. His agent saw us at a club in Santa Barbara long story. But let's let you know what the books. Singing. And singing. I did make it through high school. Belvi Christian school, I made it through. But if I hadn't had that outlet, I think I don't know what would have
Binnington makes 25 saves, Blues win 5-1, eliminate Wild
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Inflation Under Joe Biden vs. Ronald Reagan
"So I thought to myself and I like to do this on my Fox show this weekend too that wouldn't it be really great Wouldn't it be terrific to just go back and take a look at history The last time we had an inflationary economic crisis what did Ronald Reagan do Because I have the numbers showing that Reagan turned it around quickly So I pulled up this article because Biden's blaming everyone Again he wants to hike taxes here This is an article from Chris Talbot It's from the hill It's from last year May of 2021 I say it's from last year because Jen Psaki just said Jim then we play it in the last hour Jen Psaki said nobody warned them about this inflation thing Nobody would have A bunch of dopes and people believe it Nobody warned you Here's may 13th What's today's date May 10th So this was almost exactly a year ago minus three days That a guy by the name of Chris talgo who I don't know but it's a very good piece wrote a piece in the hill anyone could have seen He said Biden should take a page out of Reagan's inflation killing playbook So when Ronald Reagan got into the Oval Office in 1980 he notes he inherited an economy struggling with runaway inflation In January of 1980 inflation was 13.9% So in other words under the Reagan years when he first got into office folks the inflation problem was even worse When Biden got into office inflation was running two to 3% Brandon there managed to make it make an explode to 8 and a half percent So when Reagan got into office inflation was 13.9% By April it increased the 14.8% This is what he inherited from Jimmy Carter Ronald Reagan Far worse almost double what Biden's got now
The Talbott Group Offers Professional Help to Other Businesses
"Every now and again, I talked to Pete in Seth tal, but my Friends. But for this segment, they're called the Talbot group. And actually, I should be clear, you are offering other businesses your help. So this is not just you come on here and you talk about stuff. If people want to get your services, they can do that. This is what you do professionally. Well, sure. Cutting up with Eric on them. We don't want to come on here and talk about all the problems and mistakes that businesses are making. The truth is, in almost every case, every company that has come to us, we can help them. And the fact that we can help them is very, very satisfying. It's one of the reasons why we basically have sold a few companies and you're really nice guys. I've gotten to know you, and you actually want to help people. But you know what? One of the two of us is which one it is. But no, but in all seriousness because people don't know you the way I do. You really do want to help people, right? And so that's kind of there's something beautiful about that. And I don't want to get into your well, we've talked about your whole lives on other programs and stuff. But this is let me say this. This is maybe a little awkward. This is the judge of that. This is my son. Is it about my wig? What is it about? This is my son. And whom I am well pleased to borrow a phrase. My son has a gift of working with business owners. What has he done? He's helping you on your show. Pull it out of the ditch here. I think they were going to go there. They could, but I think they would pull up. The bottom line is a couple of years ago, we knew we wanted to spend more time. And now we're spending all of our time. Helping businesses figure out who they are, who they want to be need to be. And that is very, very
What Is Eric's Morning Routine?
"Morning routine. What is it? Well, first of all, I drink honor bound coffee. Every morning. Honor bound coffee. Some of you, if you're new to the program, you don't know Pete and Seth talbott. They're the folks behind relief factor, one of the sponsors of this program. And they are now on this program is that every week now that we have every Thursday I coming up in a couple seconds here. And they run this kind of business consultancy thing called the Talbot group. And they are business geniuses. And they said, we want to create a premier coffee brand. And so it's called honor bound coffee. I wasn't planning to plug on our brown coffee, but they give a 100%. A 100% of their profits to military families. It's kind of an amazing thing. Honor bound coffee. And I'm not kidding. It is definitely the best tasting coffee I've ever tasted. It's both bold and smooth. Bold and smooth like us. But seriously, the funny thing is if we run out of it or something and Suzanne has to go make some other coffee. I mean, I make coffee too, but right away you know. Yeah, you do. So my morning routine is I wake up. Then I drink honor bound coffee and continue to wake up, I really often, I wake up very, very slowly, so it takes a few days. No, but I wake up slowly, so I tend to kind of do everything Bible reading, looking at emails or whatever, as I'm slowly waking up. And then often I blast off down to the studio. So that's really not much of an answer. I'm sorry. All I did was plug on a brown coffee, which is amazing. And by the way, send your questions in for the talbots because in their segments coming up in the months ahead or weeks ahead, they're going to answer business schools. That's right. So go to the comment section and go to metaxas talk dot com where you can if you have any business question, the talbots want to answer your business
Fiala scores in OT to send Wild to 3-2 win over Avalanche
"Kevin Fiala scored fifteen seconds in overtime to send the wild to their sixth consecutive win three two versus the avalanche playoff type game you know just a just patient gaming no kind of nobody wants to make a mistake on the not a lot of up and down just like nothing really analyst type game career capris off a Ryan Hartman also scored for Minnesota which is the only NHL team this season with at least three six game winning streak cam Talbot made forty saves for Minnesota extending his personal winning streak to six games Nazem Kadri and Mikko Rantanen scored in the third period for the avalanche who had won five of their previous six Darcy camper stopped twenty seven shots for Colorado I'm Dave Ferrie
Kaprizov scores twice as Wild beat Bruins 4-2
"Correo caprice off scored twice and Jordan greenway broke a third period tie it's a wild outlasted the Bruins forty two Boston erased a two nothing deficit before greenway beat a sprawling Jeremy swimming from the slot with twelve oh four remaining cam Talbot made twenty four saves to get the win for the wild who had dropped two straight and ten of fourteen Ryan Hartman iced the win with an empty netter his twenty fourth goal of the season Craig Smith and Brad Marchand did the scoring for the Bruins and swim and finished with thirty saves on the ferry
Fiala gets 2 goals to help Wild halt slide, beat Rangers 5-2
"After blowing a two zero lead the wild scored three unanswered second period goals to beat the Rangers five two Kevin Fiala scored twice including the game winner shortly after the Rangers tied the game at two two to be honest when they scored two two it wasn't like and nobody was down and stuff like that you know so everybody still still up you know we played a great game so far and and I scored three to and from there on we just we'll find out I thank Ryan Hartman jeweler sinak and Marcus Felino also scored for Minnesota as former ranger goaltender cam Talbot made twenty three saves in the win Dryden hunt and makers of energy and scored for a Rangers team that saw their three game win streak come to an end Alexander Georgi on may twenty three saves in the loss Kevin farmers St Paul
Pete & Seth Talbott Reflect on Business Failures and Successes
"We are talking to my Friends, Pete and south Calvin, but for this segment, we call them the Talbot group. Welcome to the group. Thank you. Okay, your business gurus, you've run all these businesses. You've crushed it. You turned relief factor into a business so successful. We can't mention it on the air. The legally speaking, we're not letting that's not true, right? And we were talking about your coffee business on our bound coffee. You said, I think you said to me, Pete that 20% of all businesses fail in the first two years. 65% of all businesses fail in the first ten years. Is this true? Yes, and the amazing thing about that, think about it. That means odds are for those ten years, those business owners and CEOs are really struggling. They have not figured it out. They're terrified. They have sleepless nights. They're trying to make things work. They're trying to figure out advertising. Do I do direct mail? Do I do radio do I do TV? They're trying to do too much with very, very little resources, trying to desperately figure out what the combination is. And so what you're now officially offering help for people who want it. But you talk about the science of marketing. And because you've done so much in this world with so many different kinds of business. You feel like you've figured it out. It's not just, hey, let's see. There's actual principles that always apply. Yeah, I think I've actually focused on failure more than I did success. I found that when I was trying to figure out what these big successful companies had in common. Frankly, timing, unique relationships and a bit of this luck, too often kind of correlated to why they were super successful with Facebook. Don't try to deconstruct that and use it as an example. What I found is that failure had a lot in common. And from my business feelings, which I know I have at least as many. In fact, I think I have more than my dad in actual feelings. I started looking at the post mortems that CEOs of companies that had failed were writing. And so I started to become a student of that. And so what we do with the topic group is that we when we engage with our clients, we kind of deconstruct the brand, the company to figure out what's going on. So that we can give them a strategic plan
Wild get goal, assist from Fiala, Gaudreau, beat Canes 3-2
"Kevin Fiala and Frederick could grow each had a goal and an assist for the wild leading a three two win over the hurricanes Correo capris off also scored and cam Talbot made thirty seven saves for the wild who are ten one in one in their last twelve games Talbot is allowed just five goals in winning his last four starts the hour has ten goals and eight assists in his last fourteen games caprice often Goodrow scored seventy eight seconds apart in the third period to make it three nothing Andrei Svechnikov made interesting by scoring twice down the stretch giving him twenty goals a season for the metropolitan division leaders I'm Dave Ferrie
Why Did Pete & Seth Talbott Create the Talbott Group?
"A week ago that I said that every week I would have a segment with my friends Pete and Seth talbott, because I have no recollection of that. But they're sitting here and they claim that I said that. So I thought, all right, I trust them, they're Friends. We did, I think we said that because you guys have stepped away officially from relief factor and you are now focusing on helping other businesses. So now you're officially called the Talbot group. Of a group, right? We've actually had the Talbot group. I started the television group back in the 80s. I'm not going to take your word for it. I need to see some paperwork. I got to see come on. Well, he's old enough that I think that you could there's a few 30 years of windows contained in this body here. And just the Talbot group is an advertising and production company. And we specialize in developing and implementing strategic marketing programs for companies. And that's our new 100% focus because as we talked about last time, we've stepped down from really factor. We love relief factor. It's not amazing, go to relief factor dot com if you're in pain folks, I'm serious. We felt we wanted to help other businesses. Other people that are that have their own businesses, small, midsize businesses, that just aren't cutting it. Maybe they're failing. Well, or maybe even mediocre. Before
Why Pete & Seth Talbott Stepped Away From Relief Factor
"The Pete and Seth Talbot, welcome to New York. Welcome to the program. Hey. It's fun to be back. It's fun to get to know people beyond the initial actually, in some cases, it's not fun at all. But in your case, it is a lot of fun because the more I get to know. The more I get to know you, the more I like you and when you were telling me of what you are doing now and what you have planned, I thought, you know what? I think my audience will find it interesting. So let's start there. What do you do right now? Well, for the last 8 years, actually starting at about 9 years ago. We were cofounders of relief factor. And God was good. And business. For one time, folks. Yes. Just this one time. God was good. God is good. He always has been. Okay, good. And we were able to be blessed with the success of relief factor, but this last June, we stepped down from the day to today management Seth, of course, was the CEO from day one. I was the director of marketing and together we got to the point where we had as many as 20,000 people a day coming to our website, for example. To check out. Okay, that's called success. Are you allowed to use that word on the program? No, seriously, people don't realize. I remember when we started with relief factor. And I just realized that it really grew and grew and grew and grew until now you've got ads everywhere with Friends of mine like pat Boone and Phyllis Diller actually, no, she's not in there. Pat. Papuan really is. But you've got Charlie Kirk and Sebastian gorka. A lot of people that I know and I'm not in the ads, folks. I'm not in the ads, but I want to tell you I use this stuff, but I actually was amazed to see that the company, I guess the term you'd use is it exploded. It became very successful because I'm not here to sell relief factor. I'm just here to be honest. It does work when I don't take it. If I go on vacation, I forget it. I realize, oh yeah, now I know why I take
All-Star Talbot makes 30 saves, Wild beat Blackhawks 5-0
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Bill and Hillary Clinton Thought They Would Never Get Caught
"Right I mean clearly the reason we're talking a Sarah card one because she's great A talented investigative reporter but secondly nobody knows more about this case than her I mean she knows more than I do I'm willingly succeed to see the gold medal to this era Here's what worries me about it You know I'm serious You know a lot But the clintons have successfully insulated themselves from prosecution throughout the years by playing this sergeant Schultz thing I don't know nothing I don't hear nothing I don't see nothing And they use these cutouts like strobe Talbot and Cody shear A Cody shear who is strobe Talbot's brother in law strobe Talbot being a known Clinton inner circle guy was Bill Clinton's deputy Secretary of State He was at brookings And Cody shears his brother in law Cody shear sour wrote this dossier that resembles this Steele dossier I believe yeah And you have Sydney blumenthal That's right Who was also involved in it also involved with Cody sheer and I remember breaking that story And I remember wondering whatever happened to Sydney blumenthal It's like they left him out You know there were so many people around Hillary Clinton and you're right down to describe them as cut out And I think you're being very humble because I think the people that listen to you know that you you have this down pat You have been investigating this from the beginning along with me and along with others and you've seen different angles of this case as well And one of those is being Cody here and this other dossier The involvement of the State Department in this with Jonathan winter Remember him Yeah we of course wanted on We could go on and on with all of these names It's almost as if you have to put one of those big diagrams up with all of the names and all of the connections And I think what is so brilliant about and I know you're going to say you're saying Hillary Clinton's brilliant I think Hillary and Bill Clinton were so adept at playing this political game They thought they were never going
Hartman scores in 3rd straight; Wild beat Lightning 4-2
"The the wild wild doubled doubled up up the the lightning lightning forty forty two two is is Ryan Ryan Hartman Hartman broke broke a a two two all all tie tie midway midway through through the the third third period period Hartman Hartman scored scored for for the the third third straight straight game game and and has has goals goals in in five five of of his his last last six six giving giving him him twelve twelve on on the the season season Nick Nick bjugstad bjugstad Victor Victor asking asking Marcus Marcus fully fully know know also also scored scored for for Minnesota Minnesota which which has has won won three three in in a a row row cam cam Talbot Talbot made made twenty twenty eight eight saves saves for for the the wild wild Corey Corey Perry Perry and and Alex Alex killorn killorn did did the the scoring scoring for for Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Andrei Andrei vasilevskiy vasilevskiy stopped stopped thirty thirty three three shots shots for for the the lightning lightning which which had had won won three three in in a a row row and and six six of of seven seven on on the the ferry ferry
COVID-19 vaccine campaign expands to elementary-age children
"Even as they recommended cold with nineteen shots for kids between five and eleven CDC advisers acknowledge some parents may still be hesitant Dr Helen Talbot says her older kids are already vaccinated because she believes the doses are safe and I would not recommend something I did not feel that way the doctor Beth bell knows there are still concerns and questions and we really encourage people to ask their providers recent Kaiser family foundation survey found nearly two thirds of parents want to either wait I'm getting kids vaccinated or won't do it at all and she voted to approve shots for five to eleven year olds CDC advisor product make Nalley urged parents to look at the numbers at least ninety four of those kids have died from Colgate nineteen I am really doing that to prevent number ninety five Sager remained on the Washington
"talbot" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"Win ivermectin that we had data in watch twenty twenty. This is early in the pandemic. The data was coming out from france and from some doctors in the. Us doctors ilchenko in new york. They will curing people with cloven within three or four or five days carrying them by using hydroxy quarrel initially and then later sometimes twist switching over to the use of either then and either has proven so effective that most of india has wiped out. Cove it by extensive use of either mexican and the new data has come in showing that ivermectin has done the same in indonesia and even more weight. We data coming in from japan. That ivermectin is securing and getting rid of covert. Wow that's remarkable. So let's bring in mr talbot talbot. There's a you know this Problem that has been addressed here by mr hirschhorn about this whole problem with the vaccine in its ineffectiveness and you have some information about the vaccine and and how it's being know promoted seemingly wrongfully at the expense of other alternative Approaches so what you have on this matter and from your perspective it's dry they're actually no entertain or any other drugs at all they just there's been politicians Have come out in parliament. And they've just hushed the politician up you know they just won't even listen to it so this is how bad it. He's in australia. So they just shutting every alternate medication out and just pushing this thaksin's now Like i said Done joe is heard of the the life thing drug have. Have you heard of that drug. I've been taking my scene for probably twenty or thirty years. Yeah well this. This group in the dominican republic these Doctors there. I've treated all they people with it and killed them. And this is relatively cheap. Drug compared to and the hydrochloric queen This this would be the way probably the go for everyone really to secure themselves because it's a very plentiful drug and cheap..
"talbot" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Don't wear a mask, people didn't want you wearing a mask. People looked at me like I don't give a frog fan. Exactly. They looked at me like where I'm gonna go yeah, come in. You want a piece of this? Come on, let's go. That's how they are. They're like, they're like, you don't need masks down here. Really? Really, everybody's dying. But you don't need masks. I'm telling you right now. I didn't see masks. I wore a mask. I was wondering all outsmart them. I'm gonna say, I have asthma. I have to wear it. Yeah, you can do this. Or you could say you say, I'm not COVID. I'm temporarily. I had bad plastic surgery. You don't want to see what's under this. Yeah. I'm from Hollywood. Bad plastic surgery. Yeah. My lips was the size of bubba buoys. Yeah. All right, Richard, plug anything that you want to plug. You know, I go on every night at 8 o'clock, 8 to 9 o'clock on Facebook on my YouTube channel, which is airborne. And my Twitter, which is ojeda number four, America. And then, you know, yeah, follow me on TikTok. Follow me on Instagram, whatever, you know. I'm going all right, Richard. I love you, brother. Hey, thanks, man. Love you brother. All right, I'll see you in the great army major state Senate original heating what it show. You know, it's so weird. I was nervous about today's show. I was like, I don't know, it's not a lot going on. And then, you know, I dug in, found the clips I wanted, found that Marjorie trail of green thing, which I knew was awesome. And then , you know, and then before you know it, I have a show. Bishop Talbot swan didn't get back to me until like 5 to 12. While I was playing the clips at the DM me, while I'm playing the USA singers, I still didn't know if I had bishop Talbot on foot, even though we confirmed a few days ago. So I was like, oh, no, this might be a train wreck today. But I'm so happy that we had the great bishop tablet Swann and also the great army major, oh, how.
"talbot" Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson
"Talk about the experience of being a singer in vocal booth recording your vocals if indeed. That's how you record them. Yeah yeah let's say you what. This is something i think's important To talk about with you also to anyone out there who is recording will record who has recorded and was kind of all right with it but things. They could do like over three albums and what. I'm learning now as well is the is picking up guitar. An input in and it's like there's a million different ways you can skin a cow and like getting your vocals out. There's so many ways. And one of the things. I think that producers do that. They shouldn't do and engineers do they. Shouldn't do is is what men do all the time they fucking at like. They know exactly what they're talking about. An as no other way that fucking way you ask them for directions and they send you down eighteen different fucking rates and love you forever and it's like you just say you don't fucking oh to say don't know you might busted. Do you sing in a booth first of all. Oh yes so that's it. Us about boo stuff. Yeah i did. We try and capture the live element of our music. And we've done it. Loads of different ways with brutalism and joy and ultra mono mostly we gave each other three takes so we the hope on played live. Together i recorded. We have three takes to do the song not say and could you stomach the site. The sound of your voice just say remove vocals back and being.
"talbot" Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson
"Mine and mine like a lot from temple in terms of giving myself enough slack to just write whatever came to my head. it's like meditation. You don't sit there and go right or meditate analysis get mediterranean Good meditation me. You don't do you. Just sit there and meditate. You think and i think with with song right in additive thing. Where if you're thinking about the audience what you're doing to the audience or if you think about your message or you're thinking about your word or you stand there or you're already too far removed. In my opinion from the visceral nature of what music cannot does somme which is saved my life higher. Did the song come together. Then what's the process on this particular song. We always start with the music. It's not hassle. Room are in a studio so we always we We had this horrible practice room where we all just about fit in. We've all wanna impeach vibe. It was an underground cellar taught network of practice rooms and there was like mushrooms on the wall. I you could actually see spout sports. If you wait long enough you can see. The mushroom spit into the atmosphere was honestly and this is in bristol right. Yeah in bristol in king square. So you all squeezed in there. We're squeezing fucking high. Many times a week we practice three times a week at least so we do seven hours on sunday. Six hours on a tuesday six hours on thursday. So when you're working on a song or specifically on tim for nine go what are you doing. Well the band all fucking around like how does it just come together. Well i kind of get involved with the ryan process a lot. So i i'll leave a come to bandwith apart or a whole song. Heidi you all know when it's ready for you to jump. In as a vocalist and lyricist. How does that work you know. We like super cutthroat. When it comes to writing and we're in the studio i will because the only song we witness other people's interaction with us as a band being productive is one way in a studio recording sudden suddenly engineers that like what the fuck you're supposed to be about love and community where they're like knife in each hour we've got our own way of doing and is basically stop. Stop playing that. That's dog share. And i'll explain why and then you explain why in the person you just so told probably share. They'll go yeah you're right and then move on that's it there's no like come on man that's by out of order we just cut the bullshit and we're like this isn't working because and as long as you say because you can use as many horrible as activities you want about so you. You're all police in each other. I get and then as you're working on the song. I'm assuming it takes a while to wrangle a song. So it's not just like over the course of one rehearsal right. It's over a course of several Ten pornographer Was maybe one day. It was the first time ever like we kind of wrote this song and then looked up more like fuck. This is amazing. And like from that. I kind of had the feeling of my friend. Telomere bias depression. It was a very new thing that was stuck in my head but the song kind of made me feel about that situation. You know like songs evoke a feeling. And when i'm when i'm writing now and then then and with this song i just allowed that event of my friend opening up to me and change in my life because all the best teachers will just explain something in a way. It's been explained to you a million times before we clicks. And that's what happened with my friend and his depression is the. It made me empathize with depression. In a way. I'd never been able to before he's never suffered from depression of never suffer. I never will. I don't think i like. I'm lucky or get down and rudy depressed situationally and have been for a trauma and i struggle with recovering from trauma in a lotta ways and there with drug addiction and stuff. But i don't have the illness of depression. Where for no reason have this huge weight of melancholy ear this.
"talbot" Discussed on MarTech Podcast
"My content online debt. And they'll think of me before we wrap up any advice for people that are just starting. Obviously you work very closely with a lot of millennials or you're targeting them often what advice do you have for people that are early in their career. And how can they leverage the channels. What tips can you give to people that are younger than you starting their marketing career. So what i would do is making sure that you're obviously capturing content and you're being excited about the industry itself but make sure that you have your own website and make sure that you're showing that you can create video so maybe make a youtube channel and have a topic that you really enjoy and just create those every single day or every week or whatever you wanna do to show companies that you can optimize and you understand how to utilize these different channels and do it in a way. That's intelligent and smart. And then also on your website show that you can write plug content long-form short-form and also just making sure that you are on top of photography as well as how to create stories themselves because a lot of these brands need a really scrappy. Small team so if you can know every single aspect of the social media role that is awesome and then just making sure that you're proving to the outside world if people google you are they look on your link or they're looking at your website that you know what you're doing and you're confident in your abilities. Okay great well. That wraps up this episode of the mar tech podcast. Thanks again to kate. Talbot for joining us to talk about how to reach millennials and social networking. If you can't wait until our next episode and you'd like to learn more about k. Talbot to kate talbot marketing dot com and special thanks to hub spot for sponsoring this podcast align your team with a single source of truth to get a clear view of your businesses performance marketing sales and service hub. Spot will enable your team to adapt and evolve as fast as the changes in your market. Learn more about how you can scale your company without scaling complexity at hub spot dot com and special thanks to deadline funnel for sponsoring this podcast. The deadline funnel software uses authentic personalized deadlines to increase urgency in the u. Social proof to increase trust to make your marketing way more profitable. So if you're interested in growing your sales and automating your marketing coulda deadline funnel dot com slash tech for a no obligation free. Fourteen day test drive. That's deadline funnel dot com slash mar tech deadline funnel. Don't let procrastination her ear. Sales especial thanks to our sponsor. Search metrics if you're looking to grow your online presence go to search metrics dot com to request your free tour of their platform if you'd like to read the transcript of this podcast. We've published on our website. Mar tech pod dot com. And if you're already a subscriber thank you very much we want you to feel like a member of our community If you ever have any questions you can reach us at podcast at benji shop dot com or you can find us on twitter. Instagram facebook are handle is benji shop. Llc if you haven't already subscribed and you wanna weekly stream of marketing technology knowledge in your podcast feed. We've got some great episodes coming up so if you're interested in hearing about topics like paid social advertising growth hacking be marketing. Go ahead and hit that. Subscribe button and your podcast app okay. That's it for this time but until our next episode my advice is.
"talbot" Discussed on MarTech Podcast
"Are some things that you've seen that stick out. i'll give a startup example and then we'll go into big brands so actually work for them disclosure but they do an amazing job and it's dote shopping. Dot and they were on the apps. Which was that apple. Music reality show somewhere to shark tank and they do fashion shopping. It's a mobile mall for the gen. Z millennial generation. And they've been able to tap into every single gen z. Influenza all around the us and they call them dope girls and they do these fashion influence or shoes with them. When i started there a year ago there six hundred instagram followers. Now they have forty five thousand and it's all about each day is different influencer. Them sharing their behind the scene stories in the instagram stories. They go live. they do an instagram. Live kind of show somewhere to hq trivia so really thinking about who your audience is what they're following and really tapping into those influencers and making it seem very quote unquote cool girl and if you want to be part of a dote community you can be a cool girl like the influencers and then bigger brands i think are doing great with millennials. Ever lane. They were really first to market with thinking about their digital strategy with snapchat and instagram. and they've tapped into that millennial market very well making sure that you know if you're a millennial you're wearing not backpack that they have or the right white shirt and really doing so through their marketing campaigns. And i think they've been able to scale to the amount that they've been able to mostly through their digital media strategy. So you mentioned to fashion brands. I understand how it's very easy for. Let's take the picture based social networks. The instagram the snapshots of the world for people to observe what clothes and influencers wearing. What are some examples of people. Or what are the industries outside of fashion. That are leveraging influence or marketing or. Is this really just an e commerce and fashion play. I this question a lot because of course snapchat is very beauty. Fashion ac- consumer base. But i definitely think there's a bb play as well for all this. You could look at the snapchat channels of gartner. I mean gartner as as dry as it comes. They're looking at the magic quadrant but they're also able to utilize snapchat and instagram stories. When they're going to they're big conferences. And they're giving the behind the scenes of the conference interviewing those thought leaders and they're connecting with the people at the conference through these social channels and again remembering that millennials aren't just twenty two twenty three thirty three thirty four and those could be vp's accompanies and they really are thinking about that digital consumer. Who is in the bb market. And they're making s- cartner fun and you can see that as well with salesforce and hub spot and all these kinds of beat companies. That are humanizing. Their brand through millennial marketing so that to me sounds more of a content. Play where they're reaching. Millennials are using the social media channels that you mentioned to distribute their message and as you said humanize what they're doing as opposed to do customer acquisition and reach into market. Exactly and a lot of these aren't really customer. Acquisition plays a lot of them are brand awareness even in the e commerce space and then they'll do direct sales later and i would never say that you could make a one to one sale like right off the bat. It's a really long game with allama. These channels so talk to me a little bit about the analytics and measurement of marketing to millennials of. You're using influencers and you're building your social channels. How do you evaluate success. What i think is really exciting about the data and analytics with all these stories if we wanna just specifically look at that i is that you are seeing who is looking at your story and you're quitting ten second or less clips so it's neat is that you're seeing where there's drop off so you can see within the story itself if some kinds of content isn't performing and you can leverage us in our out of your content so if maybe boomerangs aren't doing well within your instagram stories. Just get rid of those and only focus on video itself in terms of influence or marketing. Roi i think that's a really big deep dive into the direct sales or the brand awareness play and i think that you can really have so much access to analytics. Nowadays you can do trackable links on single kind of length that you put out within your instagram or your snapchat within that you have a swipe up feature as well so you can see people who are swiping up or you could do a promo code within a snap or instagram and ask people to snapchat that and put it on their website. So there's so many different ways that you could look at for analytics and being tracking if it's just more brand awareness or there's a direct sale or completion to it okay great. I think that's a good stopping point for now. That wraps up. Today's episode of the mar tech podcast. Thanks to cato. Talbot for joining us today. If you're interested in learning more about kate you can find her website at kate. Talbot marketing dot com and special. Thanks to hub spot for sponsoring this podcast align your team with a single source of truth to get a clear view of your businesses performance marketing sales and service hub. Spot will enable your team to adapt and evolve as fast as the changes in your market. Learn more about how you can scale your company without scaling complexity and hub. Spot dot com and especial. Thanks to deadline. Funnel for sponsoring this podcast. The deadline fennel software uses authentic personalized deadlines to increase urgency and the u. social proof to increase. Trust to make your marketing way more profitable. So if you're interested in growing your sales and automating marketing coulda deadline funnel dot com slash mar tech for a no obligation free. Fourteen day test drive. That's deadline funnel dot com slash mar tech deadline funnel. Don't let procrastination her ear. Sales a special thanks to search metrics for sponsoring our podcast. If you're looking to grow your online presence could've search metrics dot com to request your free tour of their platform. If you'd like the transcript of this podcast we've published it on mar tech pod dot com and if you're subscriber to the mar tech podcast. We just want to take a second to say thank you who wanted to feel like a member of our communities of you ever have questions where you'd like to be a guest on the show feel free to reach out to me directly at podcast at benji shop dot com or you can find us on linked in and handle is benji shop. Llc if you haven't subscribed yet and you wanna weekly stream of marketing and technology knowledge in your podcast feed. We've got some great episodes coming up including the second half of our interview with kate talbot so hit that. Subscribe button on your podcast app. Okay that's it for today but until tomorrow when we publish our the second half of our conversation with kate talbot covering millennial marketing. 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"talbot" Discussed on MarTech Podcast
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And how to ensure that your writers produce effective posts there are billions of google searches happening every day and search. Metrics gets your stories to the top. Today we're gonna hear from an expert in the field of marketing to millennials. Kate talbot is an entrepreneur marketing consultant and the author of. oh snap. You can use snapchat for business which is a bestselling book on amazon. Her work has been featured on cnbc tech crunch and huffington post. And in this episode cates going to give us an overview of how she became an expert in marketing to millennials and give us a preview of her book on using snapchat as a marketing tool. This podcast is sponsored by hub. Spot aren't here's my marketing confession. The last time. I had what my mom would consider a real job. You know. A j o b. I wasn't a very effective marketer. I spent way too much time working on administrative tasks and battling software instead of spending my time focusing on solving the customer's problems. 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A your success depends on how well your offer converts into sales whether using automated email sequences webinars launches or even chat bots deadline funnel boosts your conversion rate rate and turns more leads into clients deadline. Funnel is trusted and loved by thousands of marketers like you to put their best offer in front of their leads at the best possible time. And they do it. In a way that eliminates procrastination the deadline funnel software uses authentic personalized deadlines to increase urgency and social proof that increased trust to make marketing way more profitable and now you can test deadline. Funnel completely free for fourteen days. Visit deadline funnel dot com slash. Martic that's deadline. Da d. l. i n. e. funnel f. u. n. n. e. l. dot slash mar tech deadline funnel dot com slash martic to start your no obligation free. Fourteen day trial deadline. Funnel don't let procrastination her ear sales. Here's our interview with kate. Talbot kate welcome to the mar tech. Podcast thank you so much for having me on. It's great to have you here. And we're very excited to learn a little bit about marketing to millennials. So let's start off by you telling us a little bit about your background. How did you become an expert in the field of marketing to millennials. Well it helps out about. I am a millennial myself. So that's always good. And i have been in the social media space since two thousand four really same ages mark zuckerberg and when facebook launched in really involve myself in social media iran it at pr firms. Iran at big brands like kiva in virgin america was part of the safety video launch and then have been working with early stage startups pretty much for last four years consulting in helping them understand social media influence or marketing and everything millennial in addition to all that. I'm a freelance writer. So i write about social media and marketing to millennials for forbes social media examiner and gadget and just really love helping everybody understand what our values are and how they can really market to them at the ability so you mentioned that you worked with some larger brands a see that on your website you've worked with companies like apple and virgin america. Tell me a little bit about some of the projects that you've worked on for the bigger brands. Yeah so just to get background with america. I was the only social media person on the brand side there. So i created every single piece of copy creative analytics for years straight no days off and just really create content. That help the brand shine. You know all through their social media channels facebook twitter youtube instagram and the list goes on of what i did there as. I said like the safety video. I'm sure everybody saw that huge launch over ten million views so really helping connect the passengers on virgin who are that millennial audience and really engaging them through their social media abilities because they're going on the plane and they're tweeting about their experience and posting on instagram and really utilizing that and helping out the brand of virgin itself really understand the social media landscape. Since it's always changing. So i think before we get into too much detail about how to market to millennials. And what are some of the channels can you give me an overview of how you define millennial so. I think what's interesting in the news. They always have this idea. The millennial is being lazy as not working hard. But i think that's a really portable stereotype. And i don't think it's representative of millennials itself. I mean if you look at what. A millennial is it's up to thirty four thirty five years old. And those millennials went through the economic collapse. So i think most millennials are scrappy entrepreneurial. Think of a different way of work style and really have seen a lot more than previous generations in terms economy and other geopolitical factors that define how they look at the world so i think the stereotype is bad. And i think that there's a lot of ways that you can engage with millennials. Because the way that they're digitally native and they're also just really.
"talbot" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"But let me say something. I you work at what. I would consider kind of the ivy league of christian schools. When you talk about weeden. A person doesn't get a job as a philosophy professor at weeden easily and the list of people who would like to get. That job is very very long Wheaton has an impressive history and philosophy itself as well as pd university of pennsylvania in philosophy. Not bad either but connect for me. I just say okay. Yeah you knew you were smart. I know you're smart from your positions. Not even a mention. This book is beyond good by the way. But how did you connect that. Pain with your scholarly pursuits. Where what's the connection. There us become an ivory tower. Egghead actually exactly the opposite. After a couple of years of my disability. I thought i had learned virtually everything that i needed from. It and i began asking why god didn't just heal me. If god's all powerful and he's good he can certainly do it. That led me to confront some of the usual questions that we have about suffering such as if god exists. Why is there any pain choirs. There this particular pain whatever. The particular pain is. Why is there so much pain. That sinking led me to come up with what is known. And i didn't know what the time that i could figure this out by reading. Somebody like see us. Louis that led me to come up with what's known as the free will defense for god's goodness and power and then somebody said to me you know talbot basically what you're doing is you're doing philosophy and you need to do more of it. I was just Gullible and stupid enough in my senior year. In college i yeah. That's right and so entered a graduate program. I wanna take a break for a second before we dive into some of the deeper insights of your book And mentioned standing stone. Now where i worked. But before i do that. Tell me about christian scholars fund dot org and a lot of people don't know about that and what good work what's christian scholars fund dot org. It's a group of people who are interested in giving people like me a chance to have. Our teaching loads lightened on at the institutions. That teaching out so that we can think and write. More and christian scholars fund has supported me for about ten years I would not be completing the series of four volumes on suffering in the prison lights if it wasn't for that It has been the time that they give him the. I get one course. Reduction every term and There's the added bonus that the people who are on the board are willing to read my stuff and tell me when they think it works and collects and when it doesn't and that's a tremendous gift when one's trying to write for people at all levels of education that that is exciting. I just picture the amount of dollars though it takes the basically after replace all fortunately year salary so that you're actually able to spend the time producing the kind of work that that. I'm seeing and i am so thankful for that and for those people who have the resources to do that and you know we happen to know some people together. Because i want to mention standing stone which i worked for At the same time at the privilege ariza as a privilege because there are those of you who give and allow me to do that. i need to grow my team. And in christian scholars fund dot.
"talbot" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"This was in seattle at seattle pacific college. Underhill's and getting up and down hills. When you are paraplegic with canes really quite difficult but the fact that i was struggling encouraged other students who were struggling to approach me as somebody who might understand what they were going through probably the best biblical parallel is in second corinthians. I chapter where. Paul says that he and timothy had suffered so much that they had despaired of life itself but then he says but god.
"talbot" Discussed on The Chip Race
"Buy a bracelet stick place. Sob but But yeah it you are planning to go. I'm actually a little bit on the fence. I'm waiting to see what the trump restrictions are as of right now. You can travel from where i am to where the wsb would be without spending two weeks in somewhere like mexico. I i'm definitely not spend two weeks in a quarantine just to get into the states. So if that's still the case Come w recipe Sitting this if it's not a probably just go for. The main event may be a couple of events before that. I'm definitely not going for the full series as my plan. The main event and nothing else or just nothing at all. I don't think so i. I wouldn't mind traveling for a week or something like that. But i did. I did last night to make us like a month and a half or something like that. It's too long yeah. I'm with demand being at the end. There's always the ads for the fisher. Yes just go down for a week. You know he's frenzy. Some people have been time You know when the main don't talk get a mutation of covert and it's all good exactly and look at the twenty twenty. One world series of poker is going to be broadcast for the first time in a longtime on cbs sports. That's the new broadcasting partner. Espn no more. They're offering increased coverage this year for the duration of the series. I think they're doing eighteen events which is kinda cool to see. Eighteen site events ploughs. There's always going to be fifteen hours of main event coverage so they're making quite a big packet show for that in years recently. That's become a smaller and smaller thing. But they're going to do that. I think it's a two day. Final table is planned. And i guess we're going to see a lot of that on. Cbs sort of end of an era but imagined trying. Assemble most of the same team back together again. In terms of what we're used to watching from the point of view of the viewer same commentators and all that good stuff we hope anyway. We hope we'll see lawn and norm and jamie back in the boot. Maybe with some of those other guys on the streams. I know you've done some of those things with took mandera. Dj turin's always great fun to commented with a decent minute. Comedy do yeah. He's one of my favorite co commentators. He's a great deal. Well speaking of life poker and maybe the return of life poker as it might be as we go to the world series. Darah your strategy. Now get this week is about that. Yeah boston unless we shows that. I zero preparation for this segment. That i have actually done a little work on this in in the form of a conversation that had one of my coaching students. Yesterday by the return live poker. Eat had a sort of debate in his group about how Gto worlds when you go out to play against weaker. Recreational players in know wound com. Says you want to play more hands therefore open a much wider range and use motorcycles..
"talbot" Discussed on The Chip Race
"It's like very small largest kind of thing so like winning like what twenty twenty seven pseudo flips in a row like that seems kind of funding difficult. If you ask me. i don't know. I'm not like an ultra guy in terms of you know calculating odds on alec how often that's happened but like insanely lately and he's really terrible lakeside. When you consider it before. You're talking about this i saw you tweet about. I think a while ago. I really considered like how outrageous that really is twenty seven point nine and i feel blessed actually now that i think about it to be one of his only losses exactly from phil helmets. Incredible positive streak to the ground. His incredible negative streak. It's gotta be sad last moment. John wrote a piece for car. Chat entitled is daniel grand news legacy on the line and reversal helmet. I feel like i feel like. They changed the the narrative on this one myself. Because i wrote a piece of a month ago. Sort of cataloging. The bone facts of like negra news records once he got three hundred once he got heads up for the last nine years or ten years or whatever it was it was a big sample size and freakishly weirdly. He hasn't been able to close bearings. The joke like how louisville the opposite spectrum of it right. And like i would. I would still argue that. Like denies is a better player. That help you like. I feel like it's like kind of like it's one of those i mean but like i feel like it's kind of indisputable you know. Well did spoiler alert on john's piece. four cards chapel. I wanted to say here that it was one of those ironic question marks in the headline because he basically makes the case. No it's not really on the line. And i think that's pretty. How could it be. I give get quote from a he has given the ground lack of titles for quite some time. It's not unreasonable. To think third straight off the helmet could shatter muchas legacy. Even though i believe. That's unfair the truth is despite failing to get over the hump and win tournaments in the new cash for nearly twenty three million dollars since his last week or so people in two thousand thirteen if he hadn't cashed in any poker tournament prior to the start of two thousand fourteen he'd still be the twenty third on the money list. So that's the president of darah to bring you in here it like that. It isn't fair. it's not fair to sort of put someone's legacy online..
"talbot" Discussed on The Chip Race
"Nobody else like he he really does. And you know. I think though. I think as much as you can take away from live cells and stuff like that. I do think that they exist and again. I think he's a wizard that as well so i think he's very good at all of the hand. Reading abilities live bro like features while also just having a say in tuition and almost certainly just running above expectations entire career big moments. That would be my guess of how fucking white magic because at band. He has got that shit coming out of every angle on. pj wouldn't they. I would say on. That is win area where he was definitely mazda. Ahead of the curve was charged. Play used to do all. This stuff likes limping. Offshore etcetera thought was absolutely terrible and then pisanu started doing it online and suddenly then to say doing it. Then everyone's like. Oh this is okay by the gun. you know. like that's the way it was he was. He was mocked. Just as much for that asami this but you're right the he deftly certainly the trend of late limping ten blinds or something like way before but he also did it with lights. You would like lymph old like nine. Big binds like a seven or something like outrageous. Not like not like the way we do it. These days lippold like seven five off soon. Because you know you wanna play you. Handsomest stake in life super profitable jams and like training them into like limp. Folds kinda thing. Yeah that's true. The one had our member from years and years ago. I think it was for the. Wpg finale where he he lymphocyte at off like a two and a happy binstock on the and everybody just wanted like. This is absolutely horrendous. Is absolutely terrible just indefensible. No actually this this. This was an interesting one because it was the final table bubble so a lot of what happened was behind in the small blind moved in moved all in the beat by moved all over that so so he was thinking. Oh is a very good chance. That could make the table here. So a lot of people thought it was like final table equity get stories area hat on the just play honestly now that you say i mean if you literally had to and big mike. What he should done is been raised so that the small blind can't come into that half the big blind and like basically like collude to take him out you know because like That is totally. That's actually a very reasonable strategy. Learn planks does 'cause like six players and said no you. Obviously you know all about it but Yeah like if you're on a bubble or whatever and say the middle stack you raise like half of your stack in on the button and then if both of the blinds get it all in you leave or if the bottom snack rather leave yourself. The option old than the clash. You get the money. That's that you just mentioned which it sounds like. Totally reasonable actually up to to find the to run their to evaluate any. Would you said this is terrible. I can't do that. But when the came around i need eventually around the spot and he was a straight. Yeah exactly that's totally possible mid raise hotline and squeeze out that small gonna come in and try to needle you out but yeah that sounds definitely. Reasonable was certainly methods to the madness. Well get this streak. Alex is obviously an extreme. That's white magic scales. Being very good at using the phil hellmuth image. All for sure for sure..
"talbot" Discussed on The Chip Race
"It's vanessa's a is in a very difficult situation. And i mean it does kind of come down to who you charleston these cases i personally trust vanessa to do the best possible thing in this case and try and sort it out as well as possible But you know. That's based on the fact that i'd like the nasa. I trust her. I don't think she's motivated By anything then a desire to improve the culture poker it's etcetera etcetera but those are all judgments made by me. All the people will look at her and maybe take a different view. See it all to a very different prison so it becomes very very difficult to talk about these things because it does come down to well. Who do you trust. I wanna read vanessa statement. Actually it was as usual. Very well. Articulated by her but you know it will bring up some of these issues. She said this stream broadcasts by people. I consider friends and created and run by a woman is called slip polls and literally they turn everything into a sex joke incessantly joking about blowing children genitals and geez. It's funny put ten out of ten explicit extreme dirty jokes and banter fill regularly participated in these streams with his friends enjoyed the conversation. I wanna be clear. I think phil's comments are out of line. Even though they absolutely fit in the theme of the show and the way people talk to each other there he forgets. There is a power dynamic that company ignored and he needs to be mindful of this. An apology and change behavior. Feels right to me here. Though it's up to the other parties feel has spent the last two days publicly apologizing which was accepted by the regional poster before others decided to blow for their own planks even before. My recent wins. When money was tight. I stood against companies like gd poker. Who promoted the physical abuse and demeaning of women even though it was almost certainly going to hurt what small income i had at the time if possible. I'm even now less motivated by money. Although i do think it's generally a bad idea. I do not believe participating in inappropriate comments in the stream entirely built on inappropriate. Comments is even remotely into a man bills. Aaron who has spent a lifetime abusing and demeaning women are generally all of the people are good and no one meant any harm obviously otherwise..
"talbot" Discussed on The Chip Race
"I am make spirit but no am make fun of people that are like would never ever to hurt anyone ruben. I was relying. I apologize but if you ever respond i will respect if you never responded with respect that as well. You have my respect and my apology. I am so sorry. He also added a further acknowledgement on his behavior in response to other people's tweets. As you say the people were getting involved he said i crossed the line scratched that i should have been punched in the face. I wish there was something i could do to make it rice. He also said ruin. Is such a good guy and i feel lower than a snakes belly to melissa schubert who nagy also made some comments sexual comments that those she said repeated sexual comments from a ceo shall be tolerated and it was only a matter of time he curtly response. You are correct so again as sort of an admission of you know having done wrong here. There's been some debate already comparing the situation to the bills areas still from several months ago while it's easy to see the area of overlap. You know we're not you know it's it's it is obvious there. There are some substantial differences to have significant is the fact that nagy was quick to apologize and acknowledged. What he did immediately is very significant. There's a difference between somebody who does something wrong realizes they did. Something wrong and immedi apologizes forest Except except taught to did wrong and somebody who just down and doesn't think they did anything wrong. This the second type of person who's going on perpetuating admits that this is okay. I don't think anybody looking at nagy will think. Oh i should i should. I should make these kinds of comments to to To females now because they see the reaction he's getting the fact that he has to sort to grovel in public so In many ways it's a it's it's actually something which might put people off Doing bad behavior. Compared to somebody who you don't openly revels in the fact that this is what he does he treats women like objects and that's what he does and you have lots of teenage boys who think that's interested. That's the way to do it. He's he's an incredibly successful man with a great life. And that's what i aspire to so i think there is a huge difference there. Yeah one of the ways you know and you alluded to it a moment ago with us. It's been related to boobs. Aaron is as a cade pro for. Acs has been dragged into the story. Again i see why some people would see that as relevant because vanessa has been a champion of people sending to misogyny and this is a gas misogyny by her boss just as daiva..
"talbot" Discussed on The Chip Race
"Didn't know shower which to my mind makes it even worse because like do you drag somebody into the into the conversation in in in those horrible terms that's different from what feels like a bunch of friends hanging ranch escalating to the the sexual banter somebody does undoubtedly step over the line and unfortunate is the latest example of men behaving badly in poker. And that's that's that's that just keeps coming up time and time again and is is you know. Poker does have a problem on this front and it is something which needs to be eradicated. It won't happen overnight. Unfortunately it reminded me on a certain level of back in my working days in the corporate world. And you're at the christmas party worker colleagues and these sorts of stuff comes up these drunken people the the the sexual tensions between people into our pissed starts to become i get overtly expressed and there's a lot of battery Control and for the most part is fine but then somebody steps over the line and everybody kind of goes. Oh women that's too much. And i think that's essentially what fielded here. It's even worse when it's the boss steps over the line because that causes a problem because of the the power dynamic into power imbalance between the two people. It's pretty common. I would have to say you know. Bosses are human too and they sometimes can do over the line and behave badly. I think the key thing is how do they react. After the event you know in almost every case that that happened in office practice Attended the boss was incredibly apologetic. When he's sobered up an everybody's was sort of deeply embarrassed. Badgen for the most part people were forgiving. So long as it's sort of like a nice later drunken incident if it's part of the bigger pattern. It's a bigger problem obviously needs to be addressed as so so i think the two things first of all you need a groveling apology which nagy spent two days giving so that that's a good sign and secondly you need better behavior going forward a commitment eh commitment to better behavior going forward so yeah i think that's the most important aspect rooted than The unfortunate incident which has happened and and he's out there. I also think. I mean. I realize the irony of of Of the while. i'm talking about this on our show. But you know people just piling on from every angle. It's kind of unnecessary This is really between the mostly between the people involved themselves. And now barry. Carter did make a funny tweets where he said that the best thing about Twitter drama is when people are not at all involved. Make themselves involved so that they can fight out. Old feuds an young You can definitely see that happening here. People are using this as an excuse to to pile on people that they don't like whether it's phil navigate. Vanessa who's also dragged into. When i want to come to that actually. Ah i did reach out to rueben today day. After this all happened. I was interested. He and his girlfriend were okay and feeling better all spice to say they were both very obsessed and i think he was still processing or they were still processing. What had happened. I'm whether he even want to engage with nagy's apologies which were already sort of on the table. If you like. Ninety had offered a America publicly apologizing and say groveling. A few ways have a few of these tweets are. I wrote them down. He said boy. I can't express what a piece of sheet piece of shifts. I feel like.
"talbot" Discussed on The Chip Race
"Anymore and it moved to the twitch streams that we all watch in the evenings and of course now to a designated stream platform in poker. Go i do say. I must say i do agree with john's take that this is a positive thing in that go really do very well may have been a couple of teething problems right at the beginning. But i gotta say carey cats and what they're doing. And i thought it was predicting evans with this excellent coverage. I really enjoyed watching this event overall the days. What do you think terabyte. The way poker coverage has moved away from tv and inter which streams and now poker go year. Well it sounds like it's a. It's a conscious decision. Did the reality is put his. Tv just lost interest in poker and therefore we had to find some alternative. It's also a case that is very different polka world now in a very different poker audience. Most people who watch poker these days no quite a lot about poker. It's a it's a fairly experts so the thing of having show people to hand rankings at the start of every every show that does come into it anymore. People expect fairly high level commentary. They don't want people know freaking out over over a standard flip or queens. Go get get in against as queen. They're looking for more nuanced coverage than that. The problem is we're not retracting new people with But i guess that's what twitches far twitching general you do. Get people to stumble onto Watching watching simpson. Or whoever and you know if they can if they can put up with simpson's speech and the and the volume being all over the place They might actually stick around but yeah Until we get back tv coverage on a major scale this is probably the best. We can do But i think it is more a customer attention than customer acquisition appoint. Well the next story this is potentially the tourney and most kind of complicated in nuance when we cover for a while..
"talbot" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast
"The doctor and martha confront lazarus and the and the doctor who had multiple live spanning thousands of years one's lazarus that alum life isn't all it's cracked up to be still. It's worth multiple seasons in different spin offs. At least oh absolutely thank god the duct it out. I just don't want to have a life. That long i do as lazarus transforms tisch Relationship to catherine zeta jones. You know the relationship. She has literally only beat into about five minutes since lazarus start looking bit younger. Oh yeah she was. That was just an annoying part of the story. Very annoying and finally we see lasers and his full. Ps two era video game siegi greatness as a weird scorpion creature with what looks like david bowie head. I think it's supposed to be his face. It does not look anything like it kind of looks like someone. Just lik licked the stamp joe. It looks like somebody ripped off. Mark gatiss his face and tried to wear it. And it's what happened. Yeh title when you go to the broncos and you get to win football face as a mask. I don't i'm leaving. You mean paper. Full of puts. His back on. He goes plays football. Yeah i usually go to the dress your skin as soon as you become a football. I you all have to go through that faceoff technology. Kim wants to work for the game. Where like an action figure. Your face can be pulled off then stops. Its magnets lightness. The doctor warns everyone at reception. Flee but what are the patriots decides to be snarky about it. So obviously i'm in the monster appears she probably eaten. I know well you know she deserves it. What d- can't you can't tell me early. Good could have it is to joe. Goddard all live okay. Well there's a file. No i'm going to stay here dead very much. I'll see this like the girls in the line. Yeah yeah did you recognize dude. He didn't identify however. I would have preferred that. That character token olive mark. The creature goes do get her and she's like no thank you. I hate all my own so hate all the monks. The doctor lewis the muting away from the people and we get a pretty cool shot as it climbs the roof to the floor. What i love about this is that it's an opportunity for us such a wasted thing in this but it's an opportunity for us to see how great math crisis she's just bang. Bang bang bang. Bang knows what to do. And then chases after the doctor no matter what she such a good companion and he treats her badly on that note so i was watching the episode and i didn't have subtitles on misheard something so this there's a point in time when a so everyone's outside of the black tie event and then martha wants to go back..