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The Decrypt Daily: Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency News Podcast
"ten click" Discussed on The Decrypt Daily: Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency News Podcast
"NFTs can be used for? Yeah, the first number one, the big one is the digital product passport. I bought sustainable good. Let's say you're good that has high accuracy of the value and the lifespan that is significant so that can be luxury obviously, but that can be appliances that can be caused that can be furniture. And when I buy that, I'm going to get the passport of this and the other form of an NFT. With that, I can prove that I'm the owner. I can timestamp events related to the life of the product itself. I can resell it easily. I can be in contact with the brand without sharing my email. That is going to be 80% of our main thing this year is going to be that. I lose my warranty handbook all the time. It's a pain, you know? And I'll show you from my microwave. I'll show you I we are at scale with several brands with spanner I with grappling with IWC. Yes. There you go. So in a couple of months, you can handle digital passports. With IWC. So that is going to be big. That's going to touch wine and spirit. It's appliances. Luxury fashion is going to help build a real circularity model around this industry. So that's huge. That's our number one use case. The digital project passport tokenized on the base of ERC 7 21 that we've upgraded with several smart contracts to make it super relevant for this use case. The second use case is going to be the open interoperable loyalty. Think about why you love your annex program. Why I love my own X program is because the points I gain, I can transfer them to Air France Al dente. One click. Not everyone can deal that. Usually it's like ten clicks, you know? True, because you have to log in again. Fair enough. But at least you can do it. You can do it. And this bridge between airlines and a cards and payment cards only companies decides can do that. Tomorrow, loyalty programs are fully open and interoperable. And because you have a token from the brand, you go to another one and your recognize and you get something because your qualified you're part of a culture or community or tribe. So that is going to open so many use cases because the weight and cost of a loyalty program for companies. Super complicated to maintain. If all of a sudden you benefit from a network effect, thanks to the interoperability of the one X and the tokens, then you have an open loyalty program for everyone everywhere. Starbucks knows it. I don't know about that though. You know, I'm curious the way I read the Starbucks thing. It's a parallel loyalty on the side of the normal one. And they're not ready to go all in yet. That's why. Yeah, but and I don't see yet how this is interoperable with a house or with McDonald's. Because in the car, call them up. Yeah, I will. I will. So I think loyalty program based on this technology is only valid if it's interoperable. If it gives you access to the capabilities to prove that you're part of that, to someone outside the brand and get something in return. And that's, I think, is going to be huge. Then obviously, tickets and entertainment are going to be enormous use cases. And then I think within the 5 ten next year, we're going to see governments tokenizing diplomas driving licenses, social security cards, anything that requires a proof to be generated. In a digital environment will be entry. The government thing we'll see. I'm a little more skeptical about that. At least in the U.S., I'm skeptical. But I think can you explain an experiment? Yeah. It's good. Great talking to you. Great stuff. Thank you. Thank you. Thanks for having me. Okay, so that was Pierre Nicolas. It was funny. His voice was a little rough from partying the night before. He warned me that he was losing his voice. I thought that was really interesting, though, that talking to him two things. One numbers wise, you know, he said we minted 1 million grand NFTs this year or last year or in the last year and that in the next year they want to do 10 million with 50 global brands. So impressive numbers. I mean, this is not making it sound like something when there's nothing there. There's something there. And then at the end of the interview, what really stuck out to me was, you know, that he thinks the killer use case is going to be rewards programs. Starbucks is an example, although he pushed back on my Starbucks example. It sounds like he's not that impressed with what Starbucks is doing so far with polygon. But it is true that currently the way those loyalty programs work are rewards points. They're often very clunky, hard to kind of redeem. They don't make it easy. Yeah, and I think what was quite interesting was this idea that interoperability would reduce the cost of loyalty programs for the people running those loyalty programs. So they're incentivized to do so. There is a sort of question at what point does it does it lose its branding effectively if it's just a sort of universal interoperable loyalty program this Starbucks really want you taking your Starbucks points and spending them on American Airlines or something. Definitely not. Right. So let's talk about those web two brands that are trying to come in. And again, I said this off the top, but I was actually really impressed. Most of the brands to me, it didn't seem like they're just tourists, so to speak. They really actually want to do real crypto things. Not all. Some of them, some of them, there was a lot of talk. But Adidas was really one of the ones that stood out to me. I was glad that we met their web three lead. Erica, and it seems to me that they've done a number of things. They've proven their serious about it, and it sounds like they have more in the pipeline. So this is Erica wick's sneed, who's the web three lead at Adidas. Let's hear this one. A large global corporation that is publicly traded, how hard was it to kind of get people on board? Because covering these big non crypto native originally, companies that have now gone into web three, you know, I can see all the time. There's still like pretty cautious. And there's a certain image, a certain reputation of crypto. In some companies, they just aren't there yet. It seems seems delicate for us. And everyone is very, very image conscious. Yeah. Well, I think that's part of the challenge is step one. How do you make sure that what you're doing is core and inherent to the corporate strategy. So everything that we did building from day one was how do we make sure we are supercharging and using web three to fast track? What Adidas is saying is corporate goals are. And sometimes on this journey, there's also people you want to keep it away from. And trust me, there were definitely some people who were, you know, barriers blockers, a lot of no sayers along the journey. But we also had to find the right way to communicate to them. And that takes time. So our journey actually first was like laying down the strategy, building the foundations, a lot of relationship building for the first 9 months before we did anything. And then by the time we went to market, everybody for the most part thought, wow, do you just as early? And we were, but we were actually thinking about this and planning it for ten months prior. What have you guys done in the space like real quick if someone said, I didn't really realize that you just was in crypto. A lot of NFT collabs. We've done stuff with board apes. Yeah. What are you excited to get into next? Yeah, well, what have we done or where are we going? Both. Okay. So if you don't know, and you've been sleeping under a rock, I think it was like December 21. We put out and allowed a minting of 30,000 NFTs. Those NFTs were then redeemed and the community holder were able to forge them for an exclusive limited edition collection. I'm wearing one of the jacket
What a Weird Week
"ten click" Discussed on What a Weird Week
"This one was everywhere, though, every monk in Thai temple defrocked after testing positive for meth. That's the headline. Every one of the monks at this temple, they're all being sent to rehab. There is a lot of cheap meth in Thailand and it infiltrated the monastery. My question is, who decided to do drug tests at a monastery? You know, when you're calling up the drug testing company oh yeah, sure, I'll wait, where? Where am I going to do the drug test? Anyway, I hope they all get straightened out and they are sending more monks to the community who have not tested positive. They will be helping the community. 9. Number 9, another drug story here, rats blamed for eating 500 kilograms of cannabis stored by Indian police. If you don't do metric that's over a thousand pounds of cannabis, it was going to be evidence in court, so I don't know what happens now. What? What? Thrown out? Is it possible the drug lords are training rats to break in and eat the evidence so their cases get thrown out? What about your own personal stash? Do you have to be concerned about attracting rats now? My neighbor Catherine is going to need an exterminator on speed dial, you guys. 8. Number 8, Mexican city mixes up world's largest serving of guacamole. It's always nice to have a happy world record in the what a weird week podcast. This occurred during the avocado expo, the first annual just shy of 11 thousand pounds of guacamole for the world record. Recipe included ten tons of avocados. I don't know if you enjoy avocado toast or chips and dip whatever. This looks like a moderate sized swimming pool full of guac. It's just fantastic. You can click the show notes, have a look at the video of them preparing. 7. Number 7, Minnesota, 200 anglers rescued from broken ice chunk. They were fishing on a frozen Lake. The lakes are already frozen in Minnesota, you guys. That's the weirdest part of the story for me. That's why I made the weird podcast. The ice chunk broke off, you hear about this from time to time, even, you know, where I am at eastern Canada, we get the ice fishers out there and sometimes the ice, you gotta be careful. Well, the ice chunk broke off, pretty soon they're adrift a hundred feet from shore. They were rescued. Everybody's okay. I guess we should all stop complaining the rest of us need to stop complaining about how cold it is. They're already on the ice in Minnesota. God love you, minnesotans. 6. Number 6, Swiss energy minister suggests people shower together to save power. Switzerland is trying to conserve energy this winter, one idea came from federal counselor, simonetta. I don't know simonetta's. I mean, I see it here, they are letters that form a word, but I would mess up that word. So anyway, this counselor suggested that people take showers together, the full quote from the interview is that people could turn off the computer when you don't need it. Or turn off lights. Or shower together. And some people were like, yay. My virgin ears, but the comment got a lot of attention for Swiss energy conservation, so you know that's where they were going for. 5. I don't think it's a huge scandal. Everyone's gonna be all right, you guys. Okay. Number 5, you guys, I didn't want to do number 5. I'm gonna do number 5. PG-13 though, I'm squeamish. This grossed me out and I don't wanna be a reverend or whatever you call it. I don't wanna be disrespectful. This involved real people and it's just a terrible story. Got picked up a lot, and it is weird. Here's the headline. After renegade nurse, chops off man's foot, state finds heap of system failures. That's the headline. I think I'm supposed to say allegedly until they appear in court. I don't know if you're a lawyer, please free legal advice, send it my way. This nurse allegedly caught a guy's foot off without his consent like get a home, wanted to have, this is the part that got the story circulating all over the world. Wanted to have the foot stuffed and put in her family's taxidermy shop. Scheduled to appear in court on December the 6th, there's a link with more details. I say don't click it. Please, it's awful. Do not click the link. Let's move on. Do we need a little music? Again, I'm not trying to be irreverent, but what about if we? Oh, that made it worse. Four. Number four, the headline is Florida woman is suing Velveeta for 5 million dollars, claiming that her instant macaroni didn't cook fast enough. She says three and a half minutes to prepare as written on the package is a lie. And listen to the logic, I mean she's got a point. Three and a half minutes cook time. But then there's, you know, stirring and lifting flaps, you know, that kind of stuff. So it's got to be more than three and a half minutes, so she's filed a class action lawsuit. Class action because she's looking out for all of us. She's not just in it for herself. She's trying to make the world a better place. Class action loss. I feel like if we all settled out of court and we all got some delicious Velveeta one block of Velveeta each, that would be a win. Three. Number three, flossy, 26 officially crowned world's oldest living cat by Guinness World Records. Flossy is a British cat who was born in 1995 about to turn 27 years old. They say that's around a 120 in human years. Flossy, the oldest cat on the planet. Not the oldest cat ever. That was cream puff, who lived to be 30 8, 38 years old. If you want to see photos of flossy, I mean, you don't have to click. I do get, did I mention I get one 16th of a penny every ten clicks. On the blog. But just picture a very old cat, and that's flossy for you. Looking good floss. Number two, the headline in San Francisco police offer more details on plan for lethal robots. Or sub headline, don't worry, robots to have explosives, not guns, silly. I saw this on the Philip defranco show. YouTube, Philip defranco, Philly D no. He managed to get in a couple of stories in between merch drops. It's just a joke. You know we love Philly D and a lot of merch drops these days though. He's got to pay for Christmas. Okay, the number two story. In case you missed it, San Francisco police force said they wanted permission to start using killer robots. Legit. And this upset some people. Now they're saying the robots wouldn't have guns, so don't worry. Instead, the robots will have bombs or some sort of explosive. The cops say it'll stop bad guys from hurting innocent people. The robots say affirmative affirmative, we do not plan an uprising. Nothing to see here. That's my robot impersonation, you guys. Have I ever broken that out in the podcast before? I don't think so, because I obviously I'd be hired by Disney by now, lucrative voice-over work. Let's just take a moment and wait for the phone to ring. Oh, no. Once the podcast goes live, we forgot. That's when the phone will ring off the hook, it'll be mister Disney, somebody who has a lot of money and a robot project. And it's about darn time, you guys. Me slumming it in its podcast business, like, come on. I'm meant to be a robot voice. Honorable
"ten click" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"And then it makes ads it very much things we would like to see. Its way of doing things. And these are some of the ads that started coming up for me. Sell gold canyon candles earn great commissions and discounts by hosting your own gold canyon candle party. I am not fooled by this house made of $1 bills. I'm not convinced this is a very good way to make money, however much I do want to have a candle theme party. This is another one that came up, consider donating sperm, earned great money, commit minimal time, you don't know. I don't know. What bandai like they're like, he needs $50 fast. I think it's that I bought surrender on iTunes once. This is the ad that broke me. This is the ad that came up and made me go, okay, how do ads on Facebook work? In home pet euthanasia. Say goodbye to your four legged friend in the comfort and privacy of your own home. Cremation. So this is a service. This isn't like a favor somebody does. This is a service where they will come to your house once you pay them and they will murder and burn your cat. For money, but you're like, I really need my cat murder burned. Oh, I found just the people to do it. And then you literally have to be like, am I paid my cat murder burn Bill? This is the ad though that made me go like, how does it work? So what I decided to do is that I bought a bunch of Facebook ads. I directed them at different groups of people. Each one cost around 15, $20. It was seen by about three to 5000 people each. But only got like 8, ten clicks. So these are the ads that I took out. No more sad face. Your problems are dumb. Click here to agree. I directed that people in Brooklyn, New York, 18 to 19 years old, who like wilco and balance Sebastian. Do you like hockey? Get a 20% discount on hookers when you're in Spain. During that of people in Quebec, 35 to 40 who like hockey and bell and Sebastian.
"ten click" Discussed on WBUR
"This will be something that they need to address. Next, Google products and services are everywhere. If I was a betting person, I'd say there's a good chance you use at least one of them yourself. But do you remember setting up an account? Mine's a bit lost in the midst of time now to be honest, but I did recently have the experience of helping my son set up his and it was a lengthy process partly because I was trying to manage his privacy. The European consumer organization bayek claims a setup process is engineered to maximize how much Google's parent company Alphabet can keep tabs on you. And it's now coordinating action from consumer groups in ten different countries who claim this is against the EU data protection law, the GDPR. Earlier, I spoke to David Martin from bayek in our Brussels studio. I asked him how much harder it was to opt out of Google's trackers than to opt in. Well, it's quite it's harder definitely because when you try to set up the Google account, which is what our action is about, basically, Google gives you two options. So the first option is what they call express personalization, which takes one step and turns on all the settings that allow Google to monitor everything you do on its services, and also on third party services which use Google services. And if you want to try to protect your privacy a little bit more, it actually takes 5 steps as opposed to one. So what they are giving you is actually a fast track to be monitored and a survey rather than a fast track to being able to protect your privacy. Right. So the point at which you create your account, if you decide, yeah, okay, Google, you can see everything. It's one click express. You're done. If you want to pick and choose a bit more and we're talking about things like it monitoring your web and app activity, your YouTube history, we're talking about ad personalization, aren't we? If you want to opt out of those, it's 5 clicks, and I think ten different steps. That is quite a difference, isn't it? Indeed, actually, it's 5 steps ten clicks. So it's the other way around. Indeed, it's much harder to turn things off than to turn them on. They clearly steer you into not thinking twice and just activating everything. Most consumers, they just want to use the services and the products as fast as possible. So they would definitely opt for the express personalization and turn everything on because it's the easiest option. A new belief that this is against the data protection legislation that he used GDPR, don't you? Exactly, exactly. Because in the GDPR, you have one very important principle which is called privacy by design and by default, which basically says that the most privacy friendly option should be the easiest one and here it's not the case and also there's another issue at play, which is what we call large patterns. So this manipulative design choices that Google makes when they design the process, which is basically making it much easier to allow the invasive and excessive processing of your personal data as opposed to saying no and trying to protect your privacy. I really am fascinated by dark pattern design. It's very, very sneaky. At top level, you may have seen it. You know, if you go to sort of a cookie consent pop up or something and it says, you know, accept all and that's that button is colored and sort of almost flashing at you and then there's another little tiny one underneath it says you don't have to accept this by the way. There's kind of very clearly leading you down a certain path isn't it? That's what you mean by dark patterns. Exactly, that's it. Then here they do it because they make it much easier to simply click yes and accept. And you want to click no, it makes it takes so much harder effort. And when you try to say no and go through a longer process, we still see problems there in the way they present the information. For example, when they talk about webinar activity, there is the top of the page and the headline says for faster searching. So activate this for faster searching. But if you try to kind of dig in a little bit deeper, you realize that it's for much, much more than that. And what you are allowing is Google to monitor absolutely everything you do on any other services. And that information can also be used for a targeting, for example. So it's not definitely not only faster searching. In a statement alphabet said, the options it gives people when they sign up are clearly labeled and designed to be simple to understand, and they added we welcome the opportunity to engage on this important topic with Europe's consumer advocates and regulators. We've talked a fair bit on tech tent about virtual and augmented reality. In fact, we've talked a lot about it, haven't we? And the challenges of making it a visually immersive experience. But for the world you're entering to feel truly real, it's not just a matter of looking
SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy
"ten click" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy
"Literally clicking a little up arrow. Is help for search engine optimization. It's helpful for discovery. You go to Reddit dot com slash R slash glowing rectangle and just click. I like it. I like it. I like it. I like it. I like it. And even that is a benefit. That is like the bare minimum amount of effort someone can extend to help another creator continue producing content. And I've got, you know, I'm showing like 25 people are in this stream right now. And literally, if I saw 25 upvotes on a single video, that would have been the top video of last week. That's it. I mean, that's the kind of numbers we're swinging with here. So the top stories, Reddit dot com slash R slash glowing rectangle. I'm excited because my part two video on the vivo X 80 pro was the top video of last week. But immediately after that, Matt 88, 93, which I believe farhan is in the chat right now. Number two submission. New LG V 60 feature 8 K manual mode. It's not over yet. LG V 60 is still one of the best built phones of all time. I mean, you're not seeing these kinds of recap videos on major YouTube channels. Here's easy computer solutions. Eric has been rocking my socks on his long-term LG coverage because these phones have been awesome. And then number three, tech altar, why phone batteries aren't getting better. This is a great insightful, well put together editorial on a part attack that is huge. You know, the swing, 12 up votes, 11 up votes, ten up votes. That's it. I got 12 clicks on that vivo X 80 pro. Eric got ten clicks. Ten votes. I see people in the chat. Reddit dot com slash R slash glowing rectangles. Content that needs your attention, content that needs your support. Supporting this and sharing this. I'm sharing from the subreddit, could also bring some eyeballs to the project, getting more comments, getting more interactions. All of that is what fuels discoverability. If you like this stuff, it will not survive. I mean, seriously, at no other point in my career, I've been making videos on the Internet since 2007. At no other point in my career, have I seen more people rebranding, shifting their strategies or outright just walking away. Do you want your favorite medium sized and smaller channels to just walk away? You got to show them that you're in it. And I'm trying to contribute to that with this little subreddit. Other ways that you can do it directly, but do something. You know, if you liked a video, you were enjoying some content. And then you're like, oh yeah, that guy has a made videos in a while. Well, that's going to become increasingly more common. Reddit dot com slash R slash goaling rectangles,.
Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield
"ten click" Discussed on Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield
"In one didn't. Now there are three big variables to test when it comes to ads. Images and creatives. So let's say video. And then headlines and copy. And you actually want to test them in that order because you'll generally find the solution before you even get to copy. Now, you may be thinking this is great Amy, but how long should I run an a B test like that? I'll say at least a week, but that can depend on your budget. So you want to make sure it's getting enough traffic for you to make a good judgment on it, but also you don't want to break the bank and run it too long with an ad that's not doing well. So for example, ten clicks isn't enough to really assess how an ad is performing. So try to see if you can run it for at least a week. Now, depending on what type of ad and what kind of budget you have, aim to get around 100 clicks on something to really see what it's doing before making a judgment call or changing things up. Now, let's dive into how to effectively track your ads. I'm going to share what we do on our team, but feel free to take what you need and dismiss what you don't. But we found this process to be really helpful. So we actually create a spreadsheet with our measurables and metrics so that we can track it daily. Now, ours are pretty in depth, but your spreadsheet doesn't have to be to see the data that will actually help guide you in running the best ads possible. So we have a column for where we are month to date. And then we have a column for our overall goal for the month. And we also have the percentage of where we are to that goal. And then we have a separate table that has the daily goals and measurables. Also, one thing to note is that if you're running ads to a paid.
The Paid Search Podcast
"ten click" Discussed on The Paid Search Podcast
"I'd say the thing that jumps out at me is that he's looking at a max conversion strategy now possibly a target CPA strategy. The thing that I kind of am thinking about is that the amount of clicks he has per day he mentioned. What are you saying there? 7 to ten clicks per day. I don't know if that's enough conversions to run an automated strategy based on convergence. The one thing I keep hearing from people who want us to do a conversion conversion bidding is that you want a ton of conversions. And I've even had people tell me oh you should run a conversion strategy of a portfolio automated being across multiple campaigns so you can make use of more conversion data. So I think he might be running into a small amount of convergence, 'cause I mean, if you do, if you do 8 clicks a day times 30 days, 240 and you do that times a 10% conversion rate. That's only 24 conversions a month, possibly it's not enough good data to feed the system. Also, he's talking about the high cost per click. So if you wanted to try automated, possibly a click strategy with a maximum cost per click bit limit might be something he wanted might want to try. But yeah, that's a crazy thing that happens with automated is with manual. You've got your keyword set up your group set up and if you have a loose phrase match keyword or a short phrase match keyword, you can bid it a certain way, but as soon as you hand that over to the system, it can draw stuff out of your keyword list that you want to expect and then all of a sudden things are a lot different than you previously were running. So that's kind of my thoughts. What are you thinking, Chris? So here's here's the way I see it. First of all, I totally agree with what you're saying. I feel we don't know bins numbers, but I do feel that you need to have a solid number of conversions trending on, you know, like, you know, 30 30 a month feels feels okay. You know, it feels like the absolute minimum. Yeah. You know, I mean, I need some people do this with hundreds of convergence a month. Right. I mean, it needs to have significant data. So I feel like if you have 15 ten, certainly anything less than ten is completely outright. Don't do that. So I agree with you there. Second, as I hinted at at the beginning,.
The Meb Faber Show
"ten click" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"I need your ten best ideas. And so they gave him the test ideas agreement all of them which like up until then had been like nothing. No no we're not doing ads. But suddenly he was willing to take risks when it came down to going public and one of the ideas was open up facebook to programmatic advertising. And so we were one of the launch partners for that because we go and help them kind of figure out how to design it and like an antonio's the whole cast monkeys book. Really kind of tells this whole story much better than i can. It's an amazing story. I mean he's there's a reason why was in your best salaries like this great while written book but we launched it with them and i mean we just crushed every metric bad. I mean so. When we went in there the average ad would get one click for every three thousand ads so the show three thousand ads. You get one and we were able to basically make it. So that you got ten clicks for every thousand ads so huge improvement thirty x improvement just like right off the game and the cpi when we went in there were like ten cents and we were in their bidding dollar plus to by that same media and so facebook then saw us just hoover up every single big customer they had to work with us versus regular facebook correctly. So best buy home depot booking dot com. Which is it's on. The world's next us defeat gemini all these big guys basically started working with us. Our revenue went from like a million to thirty million in revenue. In like twelve months. We had three hundred million in bookings ready to go. I mean we were just like off. The races and the facebook team had this giants or debate internally like okay do we continue this openly strategy and let all these sort of like partners work with us or do we just like subsume their technology so they we lost that debate and so they decided to basically rebuild what we had built internally and into it was funny they. They took the dial of the traffic. Never giving us and they slowly turned it down and we were like guys. We can see what's happening here. And they're like no no no. It's all good. Don't worry about it. We have the data like guys. We can see what you're doing and they just like and some as our business. Our revenue customer rates is just going through the roof. Were just watching our traffic just like slowly dying away and it was brutal so in the end of two thousand fifteen. We ended up selling the company to link dan in another buyer. This crazy auction. That was the end of entered on fourteen. If that was the end of that order was sort of a melancholy ending. that's the agony. Next nexia of being entrepreneurs you have these moments of elation. This is a rocket ship. We're taking over the world then all of a sudden. There's like. Darth vader duck over there sticking his fork in your side was a bittersweet selling it and kind of winding it down. What was the kind of experience. Oh god excruciating. I mean i like this analogy having been gutted because like we were alive but my gut for literally hanging on the floor and i knew we were dead but we were still alive and growing. We had these customers loved us. Our revenue is increasing. Like our business was like you looked at our business on any level. You could see that we were gonna do hundreds of millions of revenue and then but if you looked by the curtains that would facebook was doing. You knew we were dead. And so just like this really brutal. I mean that was a ten year period of my life for all i did was thinking about how to make that business work. And like at through every ounce of my entire existence against that walt and finally have it's stick and then to finally have a go and to feel that feeling products that is i mean. I'm grateful that. I got to feel that but to have that feeling and then to have it ripped away from you in. I think very sort of Away account it was the most horrible moment in my life that year to skew. Sense of how crazy that year was. That was my bad year like my marriage ended. A mom died. Company got ripped away by facebook. Everybody you can imagine and my house burned down. In that moment. i was like whatever that point does nothing compared to how bad that your voice is a country. music song was what year vintages is. twenty thirteen. ish fifteen fifteen year okay. I'm glad i didn't have a truck or a dog. 'cause my truck would have broke down on my dog. Run away like it was just bad so you made it through. You came out the other side and so you're actually started writing checks that same year. Was that the actual. Yeah yeah so like basically two thousand fourteen was gutted but not yet dead year and then right in the spring of fifteen is when exit happened suddenly cast loose and like i said i was wondering around like a lost wet lonely puppy trying to figure out what to do with my life. And that's when i started sort of like stumbling around writing checks. ninety writing. checks is like i was writing syndicates. I was writing memos about why other people should invest in these deals and then got lucky. Bits people actually agreed with me. And so you take any sort of sabbatical. Did you have a plan at that time. It was more just like look. I got a couple of. I want to write a check into what they're to an. What was the sort of vision or was there one now. There's no plan my accent. I took this amazing. Three months vacation went to northern indiana pau economy tracking literally for like two months in the mountains. That was awesome. But yeah i know. It's the hard part about like being entrepreneurs like the entirety of everything is focused on one point. It's you have this point in the future that you're executing against any literally you subsume menu subordinate your existence to that direction and then whenever that ends is incredibly challenging from this a mental health perspective. Because that's the foundation of much of your life oftentimes just crumbles and when that happens you find yourself in very unstable footing so for me. That year was very difficult and thankfully the investing side of things became a path out of that but it was not clear and in the beginning it was very much sort of something i was doing on the side. Maybe twenty five percent. Well if there's any place in the world to recover and have some peace. Bhutan is probably the right one. I went there with my mom a handful of years ago to kind of a mother son trip in extremely memorable we still have. We brought back a bunch of peppers. 'cause local he and then there's the tourist heat and even a breakfast every meal. Emma dot se. I can't even remember. The name of the dish is something like emad say so. I have peppers growing here. That i'm the only one that can eat them. My family's says no chance. But i love that is so good in the polly time. That was like the one breakthrough for me. I would be like no. I want it properly hot like the way you eat it. And they'd like no. You're not want that makes the food taste so much better like that's the way it's meant to be eaten is just like so high you cry. I have so many stories from that trip. I would take a pepsico with every meal and just sweat my way through it. You can't be too serious about anything when half the country. The buildings just have giant phallus penises. On if you've never been you understand my reference. Bush lose the my door handles that are truly giant. Erect penises of the door. And they're like in a nice persons house and it's just it's a weird news thing. They love that like their style..
The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"ten click" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"To go to some of the places and sort of. I wanted to run the ten clicks that thomas haden church had a run after he got caught with the waitress. I wanted to run those clicks back to the hotel. And i wanted to see where paul giamati was. I like going to movie sets where locations were movies were filmed and just sort of a mercy myself as though it were filming while i was there but couldn't do it not close so i cleared out the studio to call eyeso- plays and it just turned into self-indulgent mike talking about his vacation with david samson. So let's actually get into some sports news because for your line of work david. It was actually really busy day. This week's episode. Today's episode of nothing personal with david samson's probably going to be a really good one with the ncwa news. I don't. I don't know why i was surprised that this came down. What kind of surprised me was how quickly the schools were ready to act on this. You already had wisconsin and miami announced partnerships with these These companies that are trying to help the schools and the athlete make money. And i'm trying to do some digging. I'm like what's the money behind this. Its venture capital of something like this has got to be making money off of this. I saw the eric king. Miami's starting quarterback opened up a shop already at midnight and you can buy his own merge so your takeaway with the big ncwa news. I would like to tell you. I don't want upset. You mikey because i know you live in this great world. Learn sports. everyone everyone's the good guy and everyone does the right thing and no. One violates new rules. There is no way that these players were ready by starting this week.
Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast
"ten click" Discussed on Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast
"Percents of employ people have secondaries. Listen come and therefore these two indicators were basically catering to both sides of the platform that lighter is figuring on one hand there are going to be more creators their action on the other hand. They're going to be interesting people who are looking for more ways to In addition to their there full-time gave definitely sounds like a good value proposition on both sides of the equation on this now. When i'm interacting with someone do i get. Is it visual. Is it audio is that survey is it. You can get them to rate on a one to ten clicking on staff or do i just have to write it down. How does it work. I think the beginning. I would definitely have to be more focused on and therefore all the that you mentioned are on. The table mentioned the But i think in the beginning to focus on the human connection and therefore the first release will be better able to launch call alive call and the participants cheese whether they're gonna do voice video. You know some screen share italy however they were engaged in the future down the road who plan to offer more ways of the detract letters to cole's doing surveys of things to compliment experience. Now what would you say is on the benefit of doing something like bid live video interviews versus sending out a survey. That's a great question. You know. I think the best way to describe in surveys provide you with data that helps understanding magnitude of the response so for example you could easily senate surveys thousand and get back a ob right You'll never really know why and how they arrived at those decisions and and that is where you know the live. Human interaction comes in where it really tells you the human elements even things like body language friday. Imagine showing picture looking at whether they jumped or whether they smart. Those things are are things..
The Product Podcast
"ten click" Discussed on The Product Podcast
"People tend to book the month before so in the beginning there. Shopping and for bookings they wanna help hotels nature. Their nights are booked way in advance to be able to project so this was a key component for them. To get more bookings localization. I mentioned is really important. Imagine you see this on your screen for those. Who don't speak chinese. If i look at this. I would have no idea how to engage with this so assume when we're showing people in english product when their native tongue is not english. This is the same way they would feel another set of related tactics. You want to target the right people at the right place at the right time. That sounds obvious but to actually do. It has a huge impact. And i'll go through some examples. So one targeting. The right people mostly bull wouldn't think about their posts persona. They're thinking longs age thirty. Two that's demographic but what's even more impactful as targeting behaviors so let's say instead of narrowly Targeting moms you want to target the behavior of people who tend to buy kids toys but that might not just be the mom. It could be grandparents. It could be friends that are buying gifts for a baby shower that nets you a larger addressable market than if you were narrowly targeting the demographic the second one make your product easy to find that again sound obvious but let's go into more detail you wanna place the entry points of your product in somewhere that people can find it. Sometimes i play around with products. And i wanna delete something and the delete button. His buried five layers in to the point. I can't find it which in that case. It's probably on purpose that delete my account by his probably purposely hidden but for your product where you want us to know about. He probably don't want it to be five layers in so put it somewhere where it's obvious and where it doesn't take ten clicks to get to it third one meet people.
The Red Box Politics Podcast
"ten click" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"Colleague cow award has got a book all about the lobby. We speak to her. We hear from some of the spin-doctors who've charta stories past the lobby and a the covid and former political editor of the times. Steve alford and phil webster are coming up to. But i is a columnist panel nola this week so we've got the semester this week joined by martha guilt really interested in talking about The other cover the name for so maybe we can do that. But it's the new tb It used to be every story. British politics was seen through the prism of tony. Blair gordon brown. They were getting on The relationship between number ten in number eleven slot improved a bit under david. Kevin georgia's built But lots of focus. Now rachel on the relationship between men and his chancellor rishi sooner arrested. Don't quite what serviceable that. This was going to happen. you've got this kind of incredibly boosters optimistic Prime minister who loves spending slashing around the cash and you've got this very cautious much more traditional conservative chancellor who wants to balance the books so there was going to inevitably be this clash and it's also the kind of plash between the institutions of the treasury and of number ten on the always plays out in my tool and i think you so it's those two things a compounding it but it's obviously going to come to a head as we come up to the spending review and in some ways you won't This grit in the oyster. If you so in some ways. I think david cameron enjoy. Does woman to so david cameron wasn't able to restrain the kind of harshest fits of sturdy and then georgia's mom wasn't able to persuade david cameron not to hold the brexit referendum which destroy both their careers. So you need a bit of conflict between treasury a number ten to get a good running government but the problem is if it's absolutely catastrophic and there's no agreement and no room for compromise on either side. Then you end up with gridlock deadlock which is what. We're in danger of having at the moment of both of what did you think about this because on the one or is it just taking. She's grown up. Politics means that. They're all different priorities. In polish johnson has Has to appeal to whole country. And be doing the. I think the country and alternate species. Sunarko esther get the checkbook out and pay for is this. Is this politics working properly. Was there multiple using well. The thing that suggests that it's not quite working properly. Is this Story that's come out it johnson. His team number ten a- keeping the treasury after the leaps commissioning some new policies without really telling the treasury which seems to be a bit of a problem but in the least but sort of two major decisions which coming up one on the triple. lock manifesto protect pensions. And the other one on how much it gonna give social. Carol sleepy fulsome discussion. That will retreat over the next few weeks months. So obviously treasuries can we try and vote but we should remember the ritchie neck. Put into place because almost he seems like a bit of a pushover also more experienced more malleable than sayad javid. Who was replaced. Because he wouldn't see control. Move control over finances tuneup. Tanny wouldn't follow his age and work with the joint number ten treasury. If you remember now we see reshi that ashley doing a bit of standing up to ten. Which i think is as rachel says is is the right thing you want to see that number eleven resisting. Some of number ten's spending. Is this piece in the sunday times. Just say from tim shipment of about all these things that the treasury i find out when the sort of press release goes out there was the the The the new york's the trade yacht Which is about two hundred million pounds to replace the world. Y'all pretend you're the idea was go around the country. Go around the world. I think a pushing a trade britain's trade relationship. The cabinet office was originally devised plans. Then the department trade was originally expected to benefit from them but they realized that you couldn't build it in the uk our insist on being built in the uk Without going out of ten two so we could end up with great which is yacht being built outside the absolutely terrible. The only way you could assist built in the uk is if it was technically a warship and so suddenly becomes a problem for the ministry of defence which has been saddled with the project and has told us go to find the two hundred billion pounds to go with that have to put some sort of fake guns on and that is a worship of Insists bill all of which the treasury seems to be completely left out of the loop on this the thing that struck me across several of the papers. Today there are. I mean if i was being cynical headlines which might slightly point to the idea that the treasury team are briefing. The paper quite enthusiastic. You've got store on the. The guardian ministers tell johnson could salt the entire cabinet. Not just number ten. Click cabinet ministers including she soon educational sidelining ministers in several papers. You do wonder if Wishes soon team are briefing. Maybe a bit too enthusiastically might come back to bite them. Well as whenever the prime minister has mobile and the chesham amersham actions certainly was. I would say global for boris johnson. And his kind of booster ism than other ministers and particularly the challenges are going to seize the opportunity. I think the issue here is that you need to have the balance between the two and so on something might social care you know. The prime minister scope this idea. Which is that you do not years ago by andrew donut for cap on how much people pay for that cost but does have to be paid for and she soon next right about that. So you can't you can't have your cake and eat it when it comes to taxing spending you can't say no taxes and only spending you have to compromise and you have to have a bit of booze on that's where in the run up to the spending review is just going to be these rows on multiple fronts. I mean i saw it a chevy education commission on the You know education recovery package that kevin collins proposed fifteen billion pound plan that boris johnson was absolutely all guns blazing for in the end. The treasury blocked it shows where ultimately you know the premise of may be sort of the treasury. But in the end if the chance that doesn't open the past then that's nothing really. He can do as he has an absolutely major bus. Stop com one of the papers. I was reading this morning. Some briefing from this team Wishy saying that the charter does not think now time to to put up taxes on all working people and a bit idea that the current level of tax we've got is the exact vite amount i we want to do more and it just seems all our nose manifesto pledges that we wouldn't put up income tax old national insurance over eighty. But if in the we've been civil lot in the last twelve months of one of the things that changes in is actually we do want to sort out social care. We do want to pay nurses more we do want to fund catch up Full children's so maybe we need to pay more. Why the quake communicates have always tilson moscow. Could he make the case of putting up on our own income tax on income tax to pay for this stuff. I mean i. I mean i think. That's actually something he he he does not want to do. I'm probably will do. But i think that given given where we are in the that we've just arise open to the importance of looking after we won spending a social care. That's a huge focus. On old people. Sharing the country will do. Huge amounts protect older. Move honorable people. We've had a huge amount of welfare spending. We have seen before. I think we're we're in a place where we can see that things can change. Dramatically in now is now is probably the time to make the case for doing things in the slightest way. I think bush is going to do but i think that he he possibly could this moment..
Mentors for Military Podcast
"ten click" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"Ups and then that five so when you can't pass a two and a half mile but you have your commander sitting here saying that you can pass five mile and think that's a failure on a couple individuals parts two and a half in and how much time twenty points eight minute mile pace okay. Yeah crazy So there so that. I is that Our pa and we do typically lose a couple of guys on that And then from there we move into pretty quickly going into training and talking through the twenty boards which are the ranger twenty boards which anybody can go look online and that's just really a diagram of the movement formations React contact squad attack battle drills All of that stuff and then we start very quickly teaching all over the next several days. So we're teaching all of those battle drills and then giving them practical exercises in the afternoons where on our i goes out we go outside the classroom and Take a squad out here at the wdc and walk through step by step how to conduct your formation order of movement in squawk home team wedge and how to conduct React to indirect fire battle trudell so and so forth some break it down on a very very low level so that kind of goes back to what you're talking about earlier with people coming from different backgrounds whether it's A ninety two yankee supply guy in the national guard or a who's eighteen bravo with fifteen years of of Experience and multiple deployments. We break it down that lowest level for every single one of these battles drills so that every single person hopefully Be able to understand the concepts and even if it's brand new information for some people we hit on everything so many times over the the two weeks that we have them that by the end everybody should be able to understand the basics of squad tactics. What gets most people. Then you know along that path is it They just mentally check out. You know or is it physical here in our tackle yet. What artaud fails the most people it's going to be the physical part and then the land navigation as well so the the t- Which is in the second half of the course so like i said the. Rpa's the first day. just to just detest steph. Yup you only way. They're gonna fail as if they fail the run and then we're like art man. We can't really be work with you. If a guy fails pushups sit ups We hold onto them for another week and then give him another shot But i would say yeah. The big fail events are gonna be the rpf t and then land navigation Land navigation is is off for a lotta guys unfortunately and land have here for banning is not super easy it. Is you know typically thicker vegetation with washouts and all kinds of gnarly stuff. But there's just a lot of guys a lot of units that just don't do land naff. They don't get out in the woods. With their compass. And a protracted map and in walk around everybody's. Gps's when it comes. To just the protracted encompass can't do it. Yeah that's so even back in the day laying naveh was not a strength of every individual. You know just It was it was hard for. I think people understand first off all the different contours and things that you've got to consider in which you're and then put them in a space where you say all right. Here's a map. Tell me right where you are now and by looking around you can assess that reality and especially if you're in the woods you still got to make some kind of identifiable markers and everything to kind of know that i'm in and understanding is you're walking that you're gonna drift left you know or yeah and and account for all of that and then maybe ties notch or or whatever you can. There are different techniques. I fully believe in concede that that's not something that's honed in on a lot commands these days and it is unfortunate too because if you think to future conflicts right i mean. Everybody now. Relies so heavily on their vehicle or their garmin. Gps that they have on their And they just take that capability for granted. When if you look to you know kind of off topic almost a sense but if you look to like russian what they're focusing on is these jamming capabilities magnetic Right bombs or i forget what they call them or whatever yeah the pop and the basically just shut everything down right. So if you're going into potential near peer conflict or even sometimes doing training east in eastern europe Right you you need to be able to turn off that. Gps and as a squad leader or potentially a platoon leader be able to navigate with your guys five ten clicks without any kind of gps capabilities. Y'all got as you're making and your compass and pro tractor People just don't really train on that enough so that's where so guys actually have been. We weren't here when all the garments back then and especially you know when i remember going through my first initial noncommissioned officers course it was at fort polk louisiana heavy vegetation swamp and up. I didn't like that either by the way Spent two years there. But you know when. I went through that course and stuff. I can't say that that was a really beneficial thing. And i can understand why they use that facility in that location for a lot of guys going to vietnam to get them ready because there was a lot of similarities in terms of vegetation and stuff that they had to get used to. But that's what you do want to do. So if you're listening to this you know get that compass get that map. You know contour map and get those tractors and understand how to use those things those You know the different types of gosh i can't even remember all like you know what difference from a saddle from a hilltop from all the major train features understand all of those aspects to it and then place yourself in very uncomfortable situations even if you have somebody go take. It used to be back in the day. We'd have ammo boxes. That were numbered in some. Were actually out there the to be in case you got thrown off course and you come back and you're right it down. You'd say i had one six four and three and you go nuts wrong because six was not one of those that were within the range right. Know you're right limit. It was outside the right lemon and you. You drifted way off. Course you know type of and that is something that a guy might say well. My company is just Never doing land. Nab and i just don't have that opportunity And it is. I understand especially for an md guy. That's only drilling for three days a month. That can be tough to get that time. But if you are serious about coming to attack and going to ranger school and being successful than that might be eventually on you as an individual then to request from your leadership A map of a local training area and get out there on your own coordinated. Obviously make sure that it's good to go but you are going to have to have that drive to then go out. Get a map and make sure that you're trying to do at least some land nap so that you're familiar with..
Uncensored Direct Marketing
"ten click" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing
"The women's relationship niche now is just not as easy to make money in as at once was We we do find. It's paid my bills for you. Know quite a few years now. I barely work for the last several years and so was able to afford my house and all those things. But it's been a little bit rougher. And i got spoiled in so many ways right because for the longest time every single thing i did was a home run right i love i. I think i had one or two things. That didn't really go but it wasn't that big of a deal but overall every single thing i did was like a top ten click bank offer for several years right like had the money coming in. I became really really arrogant about it because again mental health issues and then when that stopped being true where i couldn't just launch a product. And how all the money coming in. I had no idea what to do. And because i wasn't a mental health crisis the time i got really depressed about it and all that kind of thing but yeah i always tell people like you can only really be world class at one thing in this business right like i'm world classic copywriting but i'm not very good at traffic. I suck at managing people. I don't manage people in my company. My employees mike does. He's really really good at it. I always say you gotta you gotta figure out what you can be a superstar at and focus on that and not worry so much about the other stuff and not try to do everything on your own. Build a team basically build a team for. That's that's interesting and eventually a member of your team will screw you over. And you'll learn that lesson and you'll lose a bunch of money and what happens. Maybe you've had this happen. You always have that team member who's with you When things start going really well and that's great and you're paying them pretty well and that's great but they start thinking they're the one that is making all the money come in and they start getting greedy and maybe they start sabotaging you a little bit behind their back behind your back because they feel jealous and all these ways and then eventually that blows up in your face and you learn all the things that was going on when you weren't paying attention and we're really sick and florida if you're really sick and florida sounds like a personal experience but i mean it's true it happens all the time and you but every lesson now i mean you're working with julian and you're working with his team and i'm actually curious so good. Yeah i'm curious. Are you writing the copy. Or is julian writing the copy. And how are you guys collaborating together. You guys are both leg. Masters at your craft are finding common. Wrote it's freaking awesome. It's so much fun. Because i'm so used to being kind of a lone wolf as far as the marketing stuff goes. I have a great team but only the only like marketer on the team mike runs the company has learned quite a bit over the years but as far as coming up with the ideas and understanding the selling psychology and stuff..
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"ten click" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"For for many weeks. There i mean they were regularly not even getting into the top fifty now. There have been the top twenty five. The last couple of weeks i believe and exte- has been in the top ten Click consistently so my guess. And i guess all anyone can figure is at the south park episode Which was number one on cable. Probably did siphon some viewers away from a w an annex t if you look at the quarter hour ratings. Quarter our numbers. It was another one of those weeks where it did not go up and down all night nor did start really high and collapse. It did start higher for an extent because always have a strong lead and kinda fell. But i mean for most of the night i mean. A w. has just consistent all night and then exte- was largely consistent all night so they had a group of yours tune in and watch the whole show on both aws but whatever whatever excess viewers above that can take you to eight hundred thousand nine hundred thousand the shack match and by the way speaking of the shack match. Interestingly enough the opening match with phoenix and It was phoenix and Matt jackson kamat anyway. Eighteen to forty nine. I'll give the exact. Mo here in a second but they beat the demo for the shack match the about that that was very controversial match. I know some people absolutely loved the match. I also know people that did not like the match and whatever whatever camp fell into the fact of the matter is For the demo it actually drew better than shack did the week prior and the shack match actually peaked. As far as total viewers at one point three million viewers so very reaching numbers. And and. that's that's so try and find the the actual actual deal here. It doesn't really matter too much. I guess it kinda does because it was shack. Now get it to you after the break. Who cares so like you wanna call for opening up the phone lines. You're welcome to send your text messages. Well forty five seven eight zero seven five. Six six is the phone number.
The Headcast Network
"ten click" Discussed on The Headcast Network
"Flashing airborne fly over easter island pursuing corp saying that is transporting a kidnapped wine woman who is later revealed to be an out of body traveler meanwhile duke and lady jaye observant. Esp test involving. Airborne's brother tommy. Who is revealed to be. Tele kinetic cobra catches tommy. You're in the test holding off the joes with a man who can create fire with his mind. Joe's give chase but her shotgun over washington. Dc flash are captured on the island or cobras using the powers of captured silence against their will cordy parsa island lean flash at airborne defend off the island's famous statues which have been brought to life using tommy's amplified powers. Duke and lady jaye arrived at the island in time to rescue flashing airborne emit where they and several other jobs. Assault cobra has secondary mountain base. They freely on garden. The base outside by removing their slave crowns coburn asleep grounds but are caught by interior defenses. Produced by tommy airborne makes tommy shielded post and uses an old model helicopter. He had made as a child. Disturb family sentiment that overrides the slave crown cobras leaders escape but the joe's rescues on celebrate with hot dogs on the national mall. So let's go ahead and get some thoughts on this Let's start with. Jared this time jared paper. I came prepared. Usually it is not not as much on this one but you can start my timer anyway so it starts off. I i note says being kidnapped and tied to the side of a helicopter. That is a rough day. Did not look comfortable next week. Go into the scene with tommy. Tommy jumped a few levels there from not being able to predict cards at all. Moving things all around the room you went from level one level ten click never next not quite fond of the scientists. Put up zero. When tommy was kidnapped. They're like hey you get out of here but then i had to go back abbott at dinner. That note storm shadow shows up at one. Kicks the table so their total effort to stop that kidnapping quite was kicking the table at storm shadow. I've made a note. That says i want an old dude fire-starter figure you know the old guy that could control fire want that figure big fan of detro- contribution to that whole kidnap plot. Because if you remember he was. The team lead on that he did nothing but sit in the aircraft and say quickly. I grow impatient so way to go stroke. I got here. Oh i got to give it to co. They managed to squeeze in an entire training base at a major tourist destination. So that was good was clever. I i also want a mind controlled. Tommy figure is is all green and stuff like that made that want control. Tommy what else are you here. We can defeat Living statues and exploding island at the same time. It's very gi joe thing to do. This is my biggest one that i want to come back to. I wrote wait. Where did dookie lady jaye more skyhawks. They crash their skyhawks. And then they show up to save them in skyhawks. I don't know all right And then i waited a long time before. I finally made this okay. I'm finally going right now. Not a hawaiian say on. It girl is pretty hot and then he was like To savor all we gotta do is go toucher that was like oh this is gonna get weird Oh like this the old dude with the firepower he essentially straight up defeated himself because he was like throwing fire at a barbecue or just made us. So that would be filing airborne over time unit. And you you never knew he had to go back to. He had to go back to get it. I must have missed that part. He told duke. We gotta go pet before we go save him to go back to the must've been writing down the note that says the old dudes straight up defeated himself. Because i o but aired. You made a good point earlier to they're like we've got these like we're totally locked down here like all you do is just pull that off their poll that thing right off your head those those bands even though they worked yet but they're still they got a bunch of storage and they're like well we gotta use them. You know plugging away anyway. That was my my list of notes. Thank you for entertainment as always and i'm going to make a quick comment real quick since we're talking about those bands and stuff. I know one some people. Complain about the Moving or restore for a second. The force awakens people. Complain that they use the big planet thing to try to destroy other planets much like the first two movies or not. I do but style new hope and return the things like this just shows that once someone gets an idea in their head. They're not gonna let it go look started thing almost works twice so we're gonna keep pounding on that thing where he's a destroy a plan. That's lamest all right. The empire scrap it with headbands from now. So pats take off your mind control headband. For a moment. And what do you think about this. What are your thoughts on this episode. I to have some on his. Jared yes small things. Small fancy little fancy That's fancy that's big fancies..
Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast
"ten click" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast
"So well. That's good that's good. Yeah i think. I have over two hundred champions path like packs just an open on my on my account rice. Well now i keep saying. I need to just its grueling. Pay is going to input them all for me because you can only enter ten at a time like submit you have to click another button to go back. And then he had scan another ten. Click that button and it's it it gets tedious. Yeah but we'll see. We'll we'll see ultimately i just you know. I wish things were different. And unfortunately they're not things are spiraling out of control in this. Were not at rock-bottom yet. But it's hard for me to keep being excited about things when i see the state of where the game's at in especially on the collection side of it so and i know that i've had this conversation you know with from lert up in you know it's just it's just. It is where the clicks at and it's unfortunate that the clicks are their down. And just just it's a lot of like. Hey look i can tire case. Hey look i got an entire case right. Hey look. I got this big box filled with all these hidden fates. I got this this whole box of elite trainer boxes from champions Where'd you find those like i. F where'd you find this. I don't like like we have a connection if you will you know what i mean. We get we. We buy our cards through t in comics and even they can't like hook us up like that. You know what i mean. It's like i understand that. Like but if i was like. Hey guys. do you have an entire case of trainer boxes. They're not going to have that right and it's like we love them. I wouldn't you know. I'm not trying to say anything negative but like it just seems out of this world where i mean i guess if you have tons of money and you can just be like. I'll pay like seventy dollars for each elite trainer box. I'll pay one hundred twenty one as so which means they're hurting everything because because they're feeding the scalpers they're giving them money but then also creating you know the market for them to profit even more from so. It doesn't help anybody or make anything better. It's it's it's gross in it sucks and like i. I know. I put a tweet out saying like anyone who collects replace appointees g. Please reply to this tweet with topics you might want us to discuss tonight. Show in regards to shell's being bear scalpers etc. Even if you have something small to say on the matter it would be greatly appreciated few responses. We got poco saying things. Scalpers will affect the future of t c g c g that includes star wars cards sports cards etc..
The Apple Card is now available
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