35 Burst results for "Thursday"

Federal judge denies LIV golfers bid for PGA Tour postseason

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Federal judge denies LIV golfers bid for PGA Tour postseason

"A federal judge has ruled against three golfers who jumped to Saudi backed Liv golf but wanted to compete in the PGA Tour's postseason U.S. district judge Beth labson Freeman made her decision in San Jose California after attorneys for the golfers and the PGA Tour each spoke for about an hour Golfers Taylor gooch Matt Jones and Hudson swafford were seeking a temporary restraining order that would allow them to play in the first of three FedExCup playoff events beginning Thursday They are among ten golfers who filed an antitrust lawsuit against the PGA Tour last week

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Lightning strike near White House leaves 3 dead, 1 injured

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 d ago

Lightning strike near White House leaves 3 dead, 1 injured

"A third person has now died in the lightning strike near The White House I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest a third person has now died from injuries following a lightning strike in Lafayette park in Washington D.C. the park is a cross from The White House a 29 year old adult male has now died from his injuries the fourth person a woman remains in critical condition a husband and wife from Wisconsin were also killed by the lightning strike Thursday night 76 year old James Mueller and his wife 75 year old Donna Mueller of Janesville Wisconsin according to their niece the Mueller's were celebrating more than 5 decades of marriage The White House says they are saddened by the tragic loss of life I'm Lisa dwyer

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Lightning strike near White House kills at least 3

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 d ago

Lightning strike near White House kills at least 3

"A lightning strike near The White House leaves two dead and two injured I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A husband and wife from Wisconsin were killed in a lightning strike outside The White House complex Thursday night two others were hospitalized with life threatening injuries 76 year old James Mueller and his wife 75 year old Donna Mueller of Janesville Wisconsin died of their injuries after lightning struck and Lafayette park the park is located directly across from The White House according to their niece the muellers were celebrating more than 5 decades of marriage The White House says they are saddened by the tragic loss of life I'm Lisa dwyer

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Ron DeSantis Suspends Prosecutor for Refusing to Enforce Florida Law

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:44 min | 5 d ago

Ron DeSantis Suspends Prosecutor for Refusing to Enforce Florida Law

"Ron DeSantis, who is a potential 2024 presidential nominee on the Republican side of the aisle, all the polls show him within striking distance of Donald Trump at the moment and we still have a couple of years to go before the actual primaries begin. Ron DeSantis in Florida is demonstrating full scale. This particular idea, which is that if there are people who work for your branch and they refuse to actually abide by the laws that you are supposed to enforce, these people should be fired. So controversy has now broken out over the fact that governor desantis has suspended a state prosecutor Thursday for pledges he made to decline prosecuting cases involving violations related to abortion and gender transition treatment. Rhonda Santos said that he had suspended Andrew Warren, a Democrat who served as the top prosecutor for the state's 13th judicial circuit in hillsborough county, which includes Tampa for neglect of duty. The Republican governor then tapped state judge Susan Lopez to serve as state attorney during the suspension, the state has 20 state attorneys. Here's Ron DeSantis announcing his firing of Andrew Warren. The constitution of Florida has vested the veto power in the governor, not an individual state attorneys. And so when you flagrantly violate your oath of office, when you make yourself above the law, you have violated your duty. You have neglected your duty and you are displaying a lack of competence to be able to reform those duties. And so today we are suspending state attorney Andrew Warren effective in media. So state attorney Andrew Warren put out a statement saying it's an illegal overreach that continues a dangerous pattern by Ron DeSantis of using his office to further his own political ambition. It spits in the face of the voters of hillsborough county, but twice elected me to serve them, not Ron DeSantis. The problem with that, of course, is that if you have a state attorney who simply refuses to prosecute crime, he is not doing his job.

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Democrats say they’ve reached agreement on economic package

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 d ago

Democrats say they’ve reached agreement on economic package

"I Mike rossia reporting Senate Democrats say they've reached agreement on their economic package Senate Democrats reached agreement Thursday night on changes to their top priority economic legislation setting the stage for votes over the weekend Senator kyrsten sinema of Arizona said in a statement she had agreed to changes in the tax and energy provisions Earlier set up majority leader Chuck Schumer The American people overwhelmingly support these steps But Republicans led by minority leader Mitch McConnell appear uniformly opposed to the package Americans don't want it Democrats to regulate us into an even deeper recession With cinema on board Democrats expect to have 50 votes in the evenly split Senate with vice president Kamala Harris holding the tie breaking vote for passage Mike Gracia Washington

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Four people are found dead in two burning homes in Nebraska

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 d ago

Four people are found dead in two burning homes in Nebraska

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the Nebraska state patrol says four people were found dead in two burning homes The Nebraska state patrol says four people were found dead Thursday in two burning homes in Laurel Nebraska At a news conference Nebraska state patrol colonel John boldak said firefighters responding to a call about an explosion and fire at a home found a body inside A short time later firefighters responding to a second burning home found three bodies inside Baldock said witnesses reported seeing a man driving away from Laurel and authorities want to talk to the man Authorities did not release the names of the dead or say how they died Laurel a town of fewer than 1000 people is about 100 miles northwest of Omaha

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Brittney Griner Sentenced to 9 Years in Russian Prison

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:50 sec | 6 d ago

Brittney Griner Sentenced to 9 Years in Russian Prison

"This is a big breaking news Thursday, so we're glad you're here. First out of Russia, Brittany griner has been found guilty of drug crimes. Wow, interesting to see how this is going to play out. The judge ruled that she smuggled drugs deliberately and the WNBA star, Brittany griner, just was just convicted of drug crimes in Russia, so the Russian court issuing this big verdict. This big American basketball star, they're trying, of course, to do prisoner swaps and everything else. I don't know how that now is going to be impacted by the guilty conviction. But again, breaking news, Brittany griner. Found guilty.

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Questions of Election Integrity Following Arizona Primaries

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:26 min | 6 d ago

Questions of Election Integrity Following Arizona Primaries

"Well, right now, let's look at the week of August 1st. Here we are Thursday, August 4th. There was a primary Tuesday. In Arizona. I think it's fair to call Carrie Lake controversial. The left hates her, she's endorsed by Donald Trump, former TV newscaster, and they still don't know whether she won or not. They got her up by a couple of percentage points. And I'm reading from the Arizona media, let's see, Fox ten Phoenix, primary election 2020. Our 2022 confusion in canal county. Is caused by unprecedented demand for in person ballots. Here's a headline from an Arizona paper, smeared ink, pilfered pens, ballot shortages, scattered election day issues dot otherwise smooth day. I mean, other than that noise misses Lincoln, how did you like the play? Smeared ink on the ballots, ballot ballot shortages, all kinds of now you remember hanging dimpled chads? Well, in Arizona right now, it's smeared ink.

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Is the Scandalous Biden Family Untouchable?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | Last week

Is the Scandalous Biden Family Untouchable?

"The hearing when Christopher wray goes in front of the Senate? Is that Thursday? As did this Thursday, two days from now. To tell you the truth, I'm not holding my breath that he'll do anything other than what the FBI always does, which is to sell. We can't comment on an ongoing investigation. Yeah, I mean, I got to give the Biden's credit. They have a diversified portfolio of scandals. It's amazing. Every possible country region of the world industry walk of life, family member is involved in this. And so they are going to come under pressure from the Senate, but I think there is some cynicism, though, Miranda, that our audience has, and you've done a phenomenal job in your book, laptop from hell, which is how much is it actually going to take that just hold one of these people accountable? Or are we really in this moment where there's the untouchable class, regardless of how gross and disgusting and flagrant your crimes are, if your last name happens to be Biden or Clinton or Obama, you're largely untouchable. What are your thoughts on that? Well, look, I mean, I share some of that cynicism. And of course, the influence peddling racket that Joe Biden was the past master of is a bipartisan disease in Washington. It's really corrosive. Damaging as we can see now to our national security. And on the plus side, the Republicans telling me in the house in whether it's James coma, Jim Jordan, a whole lot of them are very rare doing a lot of work right now to get on top of the information. They're talking to witnesses. Whistleblowers are coming forward, they give them a car, it's told them to be aggressive when it comes to the Hunter Biden material. So they will be having hearings. They will be subpoenaing witnesses. They will have subpoena power in the house. I'm presuming they take back the house, which follows the show and they will. So that will at least bring more information to life. But

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FBI in for a Rude Wake-Up Call Over Hunter Biden Investigation

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | Last week

FBI in for a Rude Wake-Up Call Over Hunter Biden Investigation

"Joining us right now is a friend of the program someone who is super smart and does phenomenal research and investigations, Miranda Devine from the New York Post also author of the laptop from hell, Miranda, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks Charlie grot to be with you. Thank you. So I want to talk to you about this story here. FBI, director ray, are in for a rude wake-up call over the Hunter Biden investigation to your latest piece up at the New York Post NY post dot com. What do you mean by that? Well, on Thursday, Christopher wray, the FBI director appears in Congress before they oversight committee and the Republicans there are planning to really grill him on a few very sinister and concerning issues that have come to the fore in the last week. And you probably know already about chuck gresley has had several FBI whistleblowers come to him and give him information that basically the FBI just sat on buried the Hunter Biden information that came out in 2020 in August 2020 when graz Lee and Ron Johnson were both investigating the Hunter Biden and burisma corruption connections. And then again in October 2020, which was, of course, the month that we at the New York Post broke the first story from Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop and October was also the time the month that tiny bubble linsky, the navy veteran and former business partner of Hunter Biden came forward publicly to say that Joe Biden was involved in his family's influence peddling scheme that Joe Biden was the big guy who was slated to get 10% of one of the Chinese deals and that Tony bubba linsky himself had met twice with Joe Biden to discuss these deals. So

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 Biden continues to test positive, has 'return of a loose cough': Doctor

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Biden continues to test positive, has 'return of a loose cough': Doctor

"His doctor says President Biden's cough is back as he deals with a rebound case of COVID-19 For a fourth straight day doctor Kevin O'Connor says the president tested positive for the virus in a letter O'Connor says the president feels well and is in good spirits but he notes a bit of a return of a loose cough The president will stay isolated in The White House residence at least through Thursday under CDC guidelines and maybe longer under tougher White House protocols if he keeps testing positive Sagar Meghani Washington

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Is the 'Rejection Election' Tactic Enough for the GOP?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | Last week

Is the 'Rejection Election' Tactic Enough for the GOP?

"Bartiromo in first cut 13 asks senator barrasso from Wyoming, hey, what do you think about this midterm poll? By the way, every midterm poll is shortening and shortening. What looked like it was going to be an inevitable red wave. Democrats have done their work. They're motivating their base. They're registering voters. They're raising money. They're expanding their activist pool and Republicans are doing what? Well, first, let's play cut 13 of senator barrasso on Maria bartiromo show, play cut 13. Well, senator, I guess what I'm asking you is, shouldn't the Republicans be doing better at this point? And look at the congressional generic ballot and the congressional vote preference that we have here. Democrat 41% Republican 44% shouldn't the gap the wider shouldn't Republicans be winning. Well, I'm very optimistic about the elections in November. It's still a hundred days away. Maria, this is going to be a rejection election. The American people are going to reject the Democrats and Joe Biden because of the things that you just mentioned. Crushing inflation, chaos at the border, crime in this city's rejection election. Do you think that's going to be enough? Do you think the message of the Republicans being a rejection election is adequate to be able to win back the House of Representatives in the Senate? The polls are showing us no. It shows that we're actually getting within the margin of error. In fact, on certain polls, this is a short clip, cut to Maria bartiromo shows Democrats now have a four point lead on a general congressional ballot. And look, I know some of these polls can be wrong, but the fact they're tightening is cause for concern. They could be off by a couple points, but the trend is what you should always look at. Trends matter. Play cut two. USA today Suffolk university poll released on Thursday, has Democrats with a 4% lead on a generic congressional ballot. So Democrats now 4% lead in that poll, other ones show Republicans with a couple point lead, but regardless is that every single one of the polls, regardless of the polling agency you trust or you don't trust, it's tightening.

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NY Rep. Lee Zeldin Discusses Attack at Campaign Event

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last week

NY Rep. Lee Zeldin Discusses Attack at Campaign Event

"Talk about your experience a week ago. I texted you as soon as I heard you up the next day, what is the latest? I know the New York authorities, local or sheriffs released the person who attacked you. How did it go down? Give us an update on everything that happened to you. The latest update is that over the weekend, the U.S. attorney's office charged this person and he was re arrested and he's currently being detained. That night, right after the attack had taken place, I was saying that we can't be seeing this attack or get released back out on the street due to cash flow, but I was predicting that it was something that would probably happen. It'd be wrong if it would happen, but that's New York's cash flow spare law for you. And ensure enough just hours later, he was released. New York's cash flows bail law is resulting in all sorts of stories all across the state where people are getting released from prison without any type of judicial discretion. We just had an issue a few weeks ago in New York where two Mexican cartel drug smugglers were busted with 1.2 million dollars worth of crystal meth and they were instantly rereleased back out on the street due to cash flow spell. I'm grateful for all the people who are thinking quick on their feet there Thursday evening. Instantly within a moment, jumped on stage, they subdued the attacker. I'm grateful to the Monroe county sheriff's office. They responded quickly. They were there within minutes and they were professionals. And fortunately, this didn't end up any worse than it did, but it was pretty nuts. What did happen?

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Judge hits grand slam for 41st HR, Yanks rally past Royals

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Judge hits grand slam for 41st HR, Yanks rally past Royals

"Aaron judge did it all once again to lead his Yankees soon 11 5 victory over the royals Judge who ended Thursday's game with a home run started this one by robbing the royals MJ Melendez of a Homer leading off the game Judge then hit a two run Homer in the third and captain 8 run New York rally in the 8th of the Grand Slam to give Aaron Boone's team another come from behind win It's in and amongst those great seasons That said it is July 29th and we got a couple of months ago but he's putting together a pretty special one Judge now has 41 home runs this season as well as a major league leading 89 RBIs Tom New York

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Appalachian floods kill at least 16 as rescue teams deploy

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

Appalachian floods kill at least 16 as rescue teams deploy

"Search and rescue teams are looking for people missing in record floods that wiped out many Kentucky communities Kentucky governor Andy beshear expects the death toll to keep rising Tough news is 16 confirmed fatalities now And folks that's going to get a lot higher Bashir says emergency crews made close to 50 air rescues and hundreds of water rescues Thursday and more people still need help The administrator of the federal emergency management agency DN criswell says Kentucky residents need to be alert and follow the advice they are given Please pay attention to your local officials listen to the words that they're telling you Listen to the evacuation orders as this is still a very dynamic incident and they're still so many hazards that are out there President Biden has declared a federal disaster to direct relief money to more than a dozen Kentucky counties I'm Mike Hempen

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Man accused of selling bleach as COVID cure extradited to US

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Man accused of selling bleach as COVID cure extradited to US

"A Florida man accused of selling toxic bleach as a cure for the coronavirus has been extradited to the U.S. Mark Brennan the archbishop of the genesis two church of health and healing in Bradenton Florida had an appearance in Miami federal court Thursday almost two years after he was arrested in Colombia He's the latest to face charges for peddling ineffective or downright dangerous substances as medicines to cure COVID-19 Officials say the church manufactured promoted and sold chlorine dioxide as a miracle mineral solution that could cure a vast variety of ailments ignored court orders to stop and threaten to federal judge The substance turns into a toxic industrial bleach when ingested Granite and his sons Jonathan Jordan and Joseph were indicted on one count each of conspiracy to commit fraud and two counts each of criminal contempt The trial is set to begin September 12th in Miami I am Jennifer King

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Joe Manchin Describes Negotiations With Chuck Schumer

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | Last week

Joe Manchin Describes Negotiations With Chuck Schumer

"A West Virginia senator coal country is taxing his own constituents after he has already said you don't do a tax increase in the middle of a recession. Well, that's exactly what Joe Manchin has done. But maybe what he admitted to hoppy kercheval helps explain why. When we were working and negotiating, we started our staff started back way back in April. And first of all, nobody in the right mind after I have been ostracized for how long and victimized, if you will, because I killed the DDB because the BBB was just the I think about the offer our economy is a bad deal for our country and to change the trajectory. We are as people. So I was totally opposed to that in America kept saying, build back better, build back better, smaller. There's no such thing as a build back better. This is truly going to be around inflation reduction. So what we did, we started talking start negotiating in this and that everything else. And the bill that we had there were some things in that bill that we were negotiating up until when the 9.1% came out, there were some things in the bill that I was concerned about that could be looked to be on to be inflationary inflammatory. So I told you more on Thursday as a chuck. I want to wait. I'm not satisfied with the way some of the things we have, then we better wait and see what this inflation figures are for the month of July because everyone was saying, it's going to go down, go down, go down. I've been hearing that since it was 6% and one to 8% and went to 9.1, 9.1. So I told my staff after the instruct got mad, and he said, well, you're walking. You're not going to do this and that, not your chuck. I'm not walking away from anything. I'm just being very cautious. The people must Virginia can't at Ford, higher prices. They can't afford higher gasoline prices. So what changed? For energy prices. So I said, I told my staff to start scrubbing it.

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'Rescind the Doctrine' protest greets pope in Canada

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

'Rescind the Doctrine' protest greets pope in Canada

"Pope Francis celebrated mass on Thursday at Canada's national shrine and came face to face with demands from indigenous peoples Spectators at the plains of Abraham watch and sheer as the pontiff appears on a large screen riding in the popemobile but right before mass began protesters displayed a banner at the altar reading rescind the doctrine in bright red and black letters Paul Dixon a residential school survivor is critical of Francis's general message and as little love for the British Queen either Tell the Pope until the queen asked the queen to come here and apologize to kiss my moccasins Dixon adds he came here I don't know Asking for forgiveness but not for me anyways I'm Charles De Ledesma

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"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

Tech Thursday Podcast

05:54 min | 9 months ago

"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

"And i thought how could i You know make this better. what could we do. And you know. We're starting with with apparel. And i saw everything that was out there right. All these commoditised scrubs the night. And i kept asking myself. Why does it have to be a v. Neck and a pair drawstring pants over and over. I didn't understand that and i and it was in everybody's head that that's what a scrub is that. I thought it doesn't have to be that way. It should have technical properties that Can help you perform in your job. It should Have different silhouettes and we should make payroll that That is better for them. Why do athletes have all this cool stuff. That helped him perform better but healthcare professionals down. And you know it just because you know let's say healthcare professional Or under six people know our and nobody really sees you just six people But that is their stadium right and what they're doing is so important. I mean saving a life is is more important scorn goal and putting down athletes. Because i i love watching sports and i shoot fan and they get they get the opportunity to have a hundred thousand people watching them whereas if you're surgery or hospital you don't have that many so i thought okay. How could we. How could we celebrate. Everybody's gonna make the best product in the world even on even if nobody's watching them in these huge stadiums. But i i think you know it's about living in the world that you want to live in. I do not wanna live in a world where scrubs were just where you had to have a v neck cotton and a in a string pat and i thought let's make let's make something better and let's critic community together unless connect people so and i kept pushing that idea of why does it have to be the negative pair of pants and it took a very long time for people to understand. No it doesn't have to be. I mean training i. You're going in front of hospitals right in the beginning and selling at seven. Am and seven pm in front of the emergency room to see people like their stuff and they did. And i loved it and handing cash. And i was like okay. This is real validation and I can see it. Everybody wants more. They wanted better and And i just kept kept really pushing the envelope. And and i mean in the beginning. Everybody said no to us right when we were trying to raise capital. Everybody said now. They're like what are you trying to do here. They're already scripts out there. Go no their dad. They're terrible Blood can just soak on their skin in two seconds. And they're ugly and they shouldn't they shouldn't have to look like they're wearing pyjamas to work and And it took a very long time to penetrate the minds and the hearts of investors right. But if you believe in something if you really believe in something wholeheartedly it will happen. And you can convince the world and you could share your belief world and then everybody will start believing with you but if you don't believe in yourself and what you're doing nobody will believe in you or in your business on your product so there. You mentioned a couple of times now connecting people and creating community. What has that meant so far for you. I think everything..

"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

Tech Thursday Podcast

04:37 min | 9 months ago

"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

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"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

Tech Thursday Podcast

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

"Something i love that That fear of failure thing is i. I know it's a lesson. I had to learn not just to my entrepreneurial journey but through my career because that can be paralyzing in ways that are in scituate incestuous so thank you for that chitra rich. You and this has been a great conversation. I really appreciate you. James for coming and spending some time with us today so i think what i had heard when he was speaking was on to basically hit them up on The sasha group's social media. And i think on the website as well. I think you can find out more information if you're interested Samedi yemeni closing remarks. No that's With that thanks everyone for joining us. We appreciate your time and feel free to follow james and So they so that you get notified when they do other rooms. And i look forward to seeing you The the club hosts most of the rooms on its club is tech builders. Which is the red square all the way of the bottom so follow up so you can see future events and with that have a wonderful day everyone thank you again for joining us. And thank you. Jameson please follow as well. She's always directing. Everyone's follow everybody else that she has done so much clubhouse Thank you for your time today. And this is a great conversation and q have a wonderful week. Everyone happy monday. Hey thanks for tuning in if you like this episode. Please consider listening to our episode with claude silver. The chief heart officer of venus. That was also a great great discussion about culture and how to intertwined that within any business whether smaller large and it goes really well in tandem to this conversation. Have a great day..

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"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

Tech Thursday Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

"Know. And we'll talk about woody. Go and and thank you very much for being here. All right awesome nine one more question. Do you wanna go ahead and share. Yeah go to interesting questions. But i will proceed with the one that i i would love an answer on and if i get another chance for the when i'm happy to do that James as far as clubhouses concerned. What is your understanding of clubhouse. How do you see performing. Where do you see it going. And why is gary e not as prominent on clubhouse So a a final part to that question would be really have any of your customers. Have you set up with rooms on. Clubhouse was a platform that he's certainly dabbling with. He's observing it He's observing it's it's lookalike competitors on twitter now recently on facebook as well so You know just trying to find out exactly where it goes. It's it's much better now that it's open to android users as well rather than just the iphone People so you know wants to be more inclusive rather than exclusive. but again. He's a big believer in voice He believes we should be doubling down on voice and this is a voice platform so I know You know he he does participate in here. We've we've even seen some of our client branson here. I saw that Mr kool-aid had the a room going on not too long ago. Gary was a part of his well. Yeah i've seen gary. I'm here actually quite a bit Presently also with banners sports i. I think he's very smart about being strategic with his time and trying to elevate his clients. He's not really desperately doing it for himself Which i can appreciate somme over to you. Thanks chitra my my last question. James in in you touched on this a little bit through many of your answers but we were total cat. The title of this room and and people are here to take final nuggets on how they should think about explosive growth for their up or their company went to earn some of the things you want them to take away from. The conversation.

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"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

Tech Thursday Podcast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

"Some of their ideas at the beginning at for nonprofit or contribution to the society. So i mean for community development so Like i told you before we as guida me. I didn't have that proper tools or sold to give them the appropriate guidance way I wanted to get inside way. Data you can give me these kind of guidance to give them on how to become a great start up having that bit growth but wyoming dining to become sustainable not only in terms of profit but also giving impact today in firemen dangerous james. You made a great point Profit is objective. You have to. You have to purpose to make profit. You can't look into review mir and then say how did we do There's a few people realize that it's I think anybody can grow company. Unprofitably it takes real talent to grow company profitably right there. There's a difference as is like. I always a difference between swelling and growing both. Get you big. One is healthy and one is not right. So at the sasha group we have purpose to be profitable through our growth and we went from just under ten million in the first year. Twelve and a half million in the second year. We'll do over fifteen million this year And we've always been a double digit profit margin from day one so you know My suggestion is that they actually have a business plan for profitability We talked earlier about the the subscription model that we call stork in one of those stork sessions and in fact the I believe even on this. Sasha group of lincoln page. I share very simple. Ten point the you know how to do business plan and You know i've got so some great feedback from people who have used that. Very simple model generally accepted model for business plan. Whether it's a banker being financed or what have you but In that plan you have to show the roadmap to profitability and and by forcing the plan. Because like i said nobody's really short of an idea. It's the execution In in the roadmap will debt plan. You have to call out when you're going to be profitable in that cedo mobile company that i was in. We got it to cash for break even a year and a half ahead of schedule because i purpose to do so You know it's it's growing profitably so You know that whole sustainable and sustainability Very hot topic. There's a great book called. do do good. And it's by am bar thomson if you're interested in that But it talks about sustainability and corporate responsibility okay not just in sustainable products book corpus responsibility to be ethical to society in the community and and their Their role in the in in doing good for society so a very important Be part of it put. It shouldn't be at the cost of profitability..

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"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

Tech Thursday Podcast

03:01 min | 1 year ago

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"Because sometimes it services Clients that are in conflict with clients that are in intermedia so can't be a division of media You know so. There's there's there's a lot of reasons why You know we We may be Cones for rebranding on on our van production side You know because of The ability to its production studio that should attract Services from outside of enemies always. Yes it does do super bowl commercials for intermediate but it can do so much more And we don't know right now if its proximity to the. Her name is prohibiting it from doing that. So you know. Branding is is calm. A very complex initiative. It's it's funny we we. We often blurred lines. You know marketing advertising those big broad terms there's nuggets of gold and each one of them and i've been really fortunate. My career test spent time in public relations in branding in general market advertising in mobile media and now in the digital social space to really understand the nuances between the between each awesome. Thanks james i'm am. I able to ask questions. Let's go to malini and then we'll come back to you for one more. The leany welcome come. What question do you have for us. Thank you some idea. I james so actually. I'm university lecturer here. So we have several unit In our department that mostly relate that we How our students can develop gear business idea and some have developed into a grid Startup and even Day have become a national Known in our country so anyway I want to gain insight from you. Some of them are gaining Difficulties particularly in terms of becoming sustainability. We do sometimes stretcher. Electoral have to guide and then Giving consultation are two. Don't although renewed at a natural habitat is academia so we don't have that proper Consolidation for them because we don't have the sole In terms of enterpreneur business so with the things that They should becoming sustain Most of the time. Wendy are reaching a stage of our either growing or moving to the next stage. They are forgetting that they have to be sustained as well so when they are using their own capital or a third party capital a dave forget that they have to make a profit as well so.

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Tech Thursday Podcast

03:21 min | 1 year ago

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"Innovative ways you see that branding is gonna be occurring. I know Or axes heavily involved in to the nfc now market on other things that you're thinking about for your clients. I'd be curious to hear about well. It's funny you talking about boy and here we are in clubhouse right. So gary is a big believer in doubling down on voice whether that's the alexa skills or Certainly podcasting is a big thing. We as sasha group launched the building while flying podcast which has been hugely successful for us where we interview. Somebody's entrepreneurs that we're talking about Have them shared her success stories and a lot of times we shared or failures. I mean there's a lot of learning in failure You know and it's How how not to repeat something. But when gary hired me said you've made twenty five years of mistakes that i don't wanna make healthy. Avoid the potholes and move faster. So there you know. There's really no substitute for wisdom experience and You know if if you could have somebody jump. Start that that's important. Share poor the. I'm curious if you have anything to add to the conversation any questions to ask. Yeah thanks for having me. I think one question for james would be menu. Look at the leaders today. A specially the entrepreneur starting businesses killing a business. I think more so today than before it starts to matter. What is your personal brandon. How does dot get attached to the business we see the likes of light clubhouse and podcasting like a lot of podcasting that has happened. You know more new voices come up and so becomes important that the entrepreneur itself and what their groundings matters for the business so james. I'm curious how do you advise your clients to attach their brands to build this and build it up or just focused on scaling. The business in those first few years Yeah that's that's my question. Yes so personal. Branding is hugely important. we We talk about a lot. In fact there is a there are divisions within vein acts like Like banner talent that just focus on that but for the sasha group You know we can't say enough about that. Gary spent ten years building his personal brand before having it halo into other things that he was doing including an advertising agency it was because his brand is strong enough that allowed him to actually create an advertising agency when he was in a guy that allows him to sell sneakers and and and You know new york times bestselling books I remember when i first went to see my personal brand. was bigger than the company's brand. I'll never forget the day. I said yes. The cover of a mobile marketer says what makes chain were sienese. Leave his constable courage at sightseeing saatchi to join a seat on mobile. So.

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Tech Thursday Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

"So that's what i'm talking about. When i when i talk about Entrepreneur neighbor It's you know helping them I tweeted out this week. that From a book that i was reading about the scariest. Part of entrepreneurship is is You know reaching your objective and and you know Getting getting the success that you wished for. That's the scariest part of it. Kind of that kind of leads me into the question that i had based on knowing the popularity of gary and understanding that lots of people want to be associated with v interacts. I'm sure you only have so much bandwith to consider the number of people who are interested in being involved with the sasha group so are there certain metrics certain Things that you're looking for for those mid sized companies that are interested in working with you for them to be considered a winner in your eyes you know. Even gary says great marketing cancel ship product. So we look erm product. I that we believe air offering You know we We wanna help them unlock explosive growth. Not just growth right so a lot of times Clients will come to us because they simply plateau they've gotten stuck can't get the revenue past ten million. They can't get their profit margin. Pests five ten percent whatever stuck means to them it means to us and then we help identify what levers needs to be moved to to unlock. You know that explosive growth. Whether it's ten million dollars furniture retailer in panama city. Florida twenty nine dollar nail polish manufacturer in california. You know we we do what it takes to help and then you know we have. We have other big clients to have. I have some some billion dollar clients. And you're like well. How out of small business then the answer. It's not but you know they want to run a little more entrepreneurial under approach to marketing so we we help them find their way to solutions. You know Gary is a big believer..

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Tech Thursday Podcast

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

"Offers one from price waterhouse another from coupon schreiber coopers lybrand detangle separate same groups just different companies. I chose the third option year later. I decided to to come back. And that was one of the lost employees hired by cooper's for one simple reason they had where better over I was lost Hired by cooper's before official chargers. So i joined. I came on june thirties and official merger was announced july thirty first Excuse me july i. I was working with both sides with both groups. One was a loss personalities. They sought stop the interview with meat when sunday. That was their way to check if i belong or not. Anyone says no to interview and sunday didn't belong there. You were leaving on silent on sunday afternoon. If you'll lock. You are becoming back on on friday friday night. Maybe saturday night. That's the culture. That's the plus personality the coopers lybrand side was at best be maybe be minus if you can don't do anything today if you can do two days later and i will stop a personality and that was beak. No no for them. Maybe not so much for my peers because they actually see how much i was doing with other side but for my for my managing director for sure she was really slowing down any way he could. There was definite. Misfit was actually very very interesting examples when two groups of completely different cultures mirrors together and that was observing the clashes there. So that's kind of my example. What cultures are and the importance hiring for thank you. Yeah i mean. I can see where you're coming from and you know the i forget. What did you say eight type personalities. What what was it that you're referring to what a plus a plus time. That's what they were school theory so very aggressive key cows. Yeah so imagine. A person who values family and sunday is a family day and if you give them freedom they can accomplish the same amount that somebody who comes in sunday does and they've just decided family comes first for me. Sunday's are for family so take it or leave it right. That is not a culture fit is value fit. It may be and so you know a we may or may not ever ever agree. I will always choose to work in a place where where differing culture differing choice about how to get things. Done is embraced That'll be always the choice that i make. And what you're talking about in the second workplace that you talked about to me. Sounds like an not focusing on results. Not focusing on outcomes and so focusing on results is a value results focused as opposed to activity focused or result. You know we've got we set deadlines and we meet them. Because deadlines are promises we we. We honor our promises. That's a value fit so that that's the way i think about that distinction for.

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Tech Thursday Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

"Hi everyone on this episode man. I interview aaron smuggler. The ceo of yes. I we have an interesting discussion about culture and the varying definitions surrounding it. Suffice it to say not everyone agrees on the definition but we do agree that a positive team culture can elevate a business. Text me at two zero one. Eight two two nine two three and me know your thoughts enjoy with thirsty thursday and in this post covid era. We are helping companies to Get their minds. Back into the game. By focusing by aligning the team and by helping kind of improve all the information flow. That happens when people are doing incredible teaming together. That's me on some. Thank you and we're going to go a little deeper into the work you do. And some of the lessons you've learned and the research and the studies you'll leverage. We'll hear a lot more about you in a minute. Chitra welcome always good to see you. Please introduce yourself. Thank you good to see to samantha. Agree to see you as well erin Really excited about today's discussion. Always love talking about developing great cultures. my name is tim dergham. I actually create alexa voice skills for celebrities and larger businesses so that they can monetize amplify their brands to the masses. So thank you for joining us. Fantastic and way. We're gonna run today's conversation and is very early if you to join us onstage. Please do It's going to be a conversation really when the goal with two goals in mind one To look together and to to to share experiences in to share data and science that will help us go out and actually build the cultures. We wanna built so That's my goal and hopefully together we can get fair So feel free to raise your hands and join us it is an open room I am may have been a build products in have for some time now. eilly teams And culture is a very important part of the work in thinking..

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Tech Thursday Podcast

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

"Disciplines its education and then you know learning and then being disciplined enough to implement those things until they become you know part of your life or habit of your life. I'm optimistic that there. There will be more and more voices and there's so many coming out now. I think the last year or two would so wonderful i think for information education just not. Things like intermittent fasting. It's gotten so popular in some people. Don't even understand it but they're doing it and they're seeing good results and i think if they the more touch with those things where they they start to learn about laughter. They've tried it which i love and they realize how this all this is working because of this and this and they start to understand more about themselves so the first thing is learning about you know we. We study everything really study ourselves. And that's an in that starts with getting a good amount of testing and whether it's just testing your you're getting a good paddle and deeper padova. Just cholesterol talking. Go much deeper. Get some much deeper and there's a lot. There's a lot yet to ask if you don't know to ask for untrained s. That's right when i tell you you know it's it's a cultural thing it is you know we don't ask the right questions in in a in a medical practitioner general practitioners rare because they don't know so we're hopeful to be to learn more and as we learn we will teach more and spread the word of all of these amazing tools and technologies out there for that our health. That's great i think As the ceo of retro fitness you definitely offered a value. Based model to help thousands people and now with serotonin you're able to offer different types of service so best team and thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you for having me. It was wonderful to talk. And i appreciate the time and and the consideration. I hope that Anyone who's listening the what's tonight about branding and do different things. So there's so much information out there. Just don't get crowded. I always tell people when you're starting a bizzare brand brothers tech company or a brick and mortar. Pay attention to your surroundings but don't be overwhelmed by what people are saying. Yeah that's what i was. Eligible is is. You gotta still people even something you're passionate crusader about stick with that and and keep keep learning more and more and and it's it's it's a tough world in the business climate especially if you try to raise capital a lot house but keep pushing along It's it's it's amazing what the possibilities are. But i appreciate you guys have tonight. Thank you everyone. Thank you for joining us. I hope you have followed tech builders where we do. Conversations like this All the time and with that have a wonderful night everyone take care. It's chitra here. If you enjoy that episode please consider leaving me a review on apple. Thank you so much..

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Tech Thursday Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

"He didn't even know the check he just wanted to read. The letter. couldn't wait to read a handwritten letter from you. He got so excited about what. You're going to write the next month. He's i can't say how many times we found. Check in the seat of the recliner. He when he would open up the letter. And i thought that was just so amazing godless They've both passed away outlets now the both of them but they were the first ones that believed in what i was doing. And it's always great when you're entrepreneur to have someone who believes in you they're all those moments of doubt. We won't believe in yourself so you hear a lot of these people talking. Everyone you know. Gary being a chalk and all these other people out there grant ardo dome. These guys are all also dude. I talk all of them up and they certainly things in confidence and swag and you've got this but it is really important to have some kind of a champion behind you just for that moment where you get that moment of self doubt or you get that man. This is a tough one and later my life became my wife and then now my children that that helped me do that. Which is great by my daughter. Who's twenty years old whiteboards all over my office in my house and And stupid things what we're doing stats numbers in what we're opening in goals of projections and she just writes on the board dad. You're the best. Don't do what you do keep on going. It's like a little. It's just so amazing to to get a little like that. seventy so. read these things they inspire you. But but my early endeavour worship was just one single jan. That was my first deborah and we made a lotta mistakes. We were geographically successful. We made a lot of mistakes. And we're able to still keep the doors open. It was a big learning event for us. So i will tell you that you know most people when when you trip and fall early on in building a business and then a brand It's okay if you're in the right place at the right time. That's often important.

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Tech Thursday Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

"Hello podcast listeners. Today's a great conversation with eric has murray the former. Ceo of retro fitness. He's continued his legacy in the wellness. Space by opening his new venture as ceo of serotonin. We have a great conversation about his childhood. The implications of wellness in our longevity as well as what it takes to franchise business. I think you're gonna like this episode. This is tech thursday thursday so going to talk about a lot of subjects. Today that i think are interesting for builders especially if you're building in a regulated industry or an industry that's You know brutally hot Which healthcare is In in wellness is as well some excited to have you here and be part of the conversation. Feel free to raise your hand in. Join us But eric should be here shortly right. And i think what's really interesting is kind of historian journey from When he was young and decided to open up his first. Jim and then become a franchisee to now. being really interested in longevity. And i think that's it's a huge space right now. Within the wellness and health space is how do we try to increase our lifespan and You know like interesting to hear about how and other countries for instance in japan. There's a large number of centurions there if you look at people who are part of the mediterranean diet there's a large number of centurions but within the united states we seem to always have an issue In getting to that wellness place and obesity is such a big issue here in the united states. So china that different ways i think extremely important and glad to see amanda. Hi sta the mendez. Wifi is spotty Let's see if we can hear your manda. We can try. Might be in and out really looking forward to listening in at the very least awesome We were able to hear that. Just find perfect. And if all fails we can text back and forth so i think everyone again for your patients I'm excited for this conversation. To and amanda you probably know a lot more about the science of aging and i'm talking about You know what happens to the cells The how performance doesn't work so well when you're older versus when you're younger. Losing weight isn't as As effective or like what's worked for you when you are younger isn't as effective..

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Tech Thursday Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

"If you aren't getting engagement or people aren't senior post. It's the content. that's it. It is a blind metric test of whether or not people are engaging with it. So i always look at how we can work harder. So we work with content pillars a content keller would be a long form blog. Post a long form video and when i say long from video somewhere around six to eight minutes and or a podcast i am at the spearheading of all the long form content in any division in social curator and jasmine star in another project. I'm currently working on. And that is create a long form. Podcast like script outlined. That will then turn into a shorter two to three minute. Igt which would then be broken up into two three instagram post. Which would then be shared into a blog post. The video from tv edited to be horizontal. Put that out on facebook a week later. We put that out on to youtube a couple of days later we share the youtube link to twitter and we want to make sure that in a blog post were uploading the youtube video into the bog post and then having a pimple graphic so one piece of content contextualized for each individual platform. Now what i really leverage the creative team to do is to deploy him the strategies after the large pillar content has been done. Because we're trying to build a personal brand. We're trying to build our business. What we wanna do is be the spearheaders and the voice of it and then dole it out to a team who can then deploy against it as contextualized to each platform. So you have two or three as liquid. Just mentioned emily what i would do. I would take some time every single week to critique a piece of content that your team can use an run after you on each of those platforms and keeping up with that content creation process. Appreciate that jasmine in one more. Follow up question if it's okay It would be when you so have have three three businesses and then I'm focusing on that right now. But i also want to create more of a presence on instagram I'm going to be nomadic and traveling. Globally right now With a luxury meditation brand of building. So i'm thinking of just you know having something that's like a little bit more scrappy like how instagram used to be where i would just instead of posting every munis stories have like a personal brand would you say just focus on Just focus on the businesses do you. Do you have a personal. Like an.

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Tech Thursday Podcast

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

"Dealt with tens of thousands of business owners the insights i have it makes me unparalleled the founder so for anybody who says well. She's kind of done a lot of things. What is the one thing she's done. I'm like i don't wanna do it any other way. I want to learn as much as i can in the shortest on his time. So that when i get to the end of my life i say i did everything i wanted to do. Well while jasmine I love. I love your passion around this and you know i feel beyond just that your passion in in what you're doing it has this core in you of just knowing yourself and going for it and anything so Michael drive as is is a is a coach in an executive here that that a lot of a asean on clubhouse and he has worked with a lot of corporations and whenever i ask him the question of are there hacks around performance he always says to everyone there are no hacks you have to do the work and so if you're looking to be excellent if you're looking to do better you have to fundamentally work on your corey on who you are your understanding of yourself loving yourself wanting the best for yourself and being kind and and all of that then will radiate to those around you and so i hear that in your voice as someone who actually has that and because you have it then you're able to care about your customers you're able to care and empathize and really wanna create value for those around you and that value can manifest in many different ways so just wanted to say that i heard that in your voice and thank you for sharing it. Go ahead chestnuts her. No i was just getting clap. Thousands thank you. So so i wanna give. It's a little bit talk about the saas solution that you've built and you're the founder of talk to us about you know the problem the customer. You're trying to solve this for Did this idea start The origin story of that my husband and i ca- vendor joked the best ideas come when we're walking. The dog and our dog is now fifteen years old so he has been the inception of so many good ideas. Oftentimes when you get out into nature. I m a los angeles girl born and raised. I currently live in orange county in newport beach now but southern california is home so when i say you get nature. It's really as long as you're walking under about a street trees without sixteen feet in between each tree. We call that day trout. You're so every time out in nature every time we get out with the dog your mind kind of clears and on every iteration of the business. The pressure points. Were this eight. When i was a i. Hunger for a photographer started asking me questions about running their business. The pressure points with the same when we started a consulting pressure points for the same..

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Tech Thursday Podcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

"I l- listeners. Chitra here and this episode of tech thursday superman. I speak to jasmine star. The ceo of social curator. Not only is she an amazing person but even during the interview she was approached by an investor. She's just that amazing. If you like what you hear leave us a review now onto the show thursday. Hi everyone thank you for joining us For another a sewed for like a federal word. Another room With shifra today we have jasmine with us talking about branding and the founders and buildings together so excited to have these amazing badass women here in the room today to be part of this conversation so to straight Chitra love for you to introduce yourself and then jospin for sure. I'm really excited about today. Hi my name's chitra dergham. I'm a dentist in private practice in new jersey. I also create voice skills on amazon alexa and google home devices for celebrities. Large businesses and. I'm super excited. That jasmine is here today. Because i have often told people that you have to have a large presence on instagram. To be able to really dive into the future which is boys and so i think it's really prescient. That jasmine has agreed to come to the and talk to his son super excited. Thank you jasmine ladies. I'm so happy to be here. Thank you so much for those of you. Who don't know my name is jasmine star. I am ceo and founder of social curator of platform that empowers business owners to market their business and build a brand online. I.

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Tech Thursday Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"thursday" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

"We're we're at this work every single day. Chipping away. Chipping away chipping away. Thank thank you for the question. All right michelle you mentioned to my toughest second one or are you cut. Michelle your muda. Yeah i'm sorry i'm good. The other was about corporate social responsibility but it was good. We're rounding up so that's a whole other deeper together. Another room for that list on twitter. Thank you so much michelle caught. This was an anchor for being so kind about You know answering all these questions especially mine. So i appreciate that to throw it over to you. Yeah i just think one thing i realized is From my observations of the interacts. It's been that the interacts has really been trying to do things different. And make sure that they try to do things right before. People are being held accountable to do things right. And i know that for myself. I would much rather work for a company like that and i just feel honored to be positioned next to two nominal women like sudan clawed and. I hope we can continue this conversation in the future. Thank you so much i. I'm so honored to be here to be assets like my only my second clubhouse believe it or not and so thank you for having me and thank you to everyone in the club for asking such incredible questions and it takes a village in this is Incredible village to be part of so. Thank you so much for letting me share some of my my beliefs and i look forward to getting to know you more so thank you so my aunt chitra really appreciate it. Have a wonderful evening. Thank you and thank you. Everyone joining us a wonderful wonderful night. Everyone night by if you enjoyed that conversation would love for you to subscribe to the podcast and be a part of the tech thursday community. Hope you have a great day..

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