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Push to bring coronavirus vaccines to the poor faces trouble

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 35 min ago

Push to bring coronavirus vaccines to the poor faces trouble

"An ambitious humanitarian project to deliver corona virus and vaccines to the world's poorest people is facing potential shortages of money cargo planes refrigeration and vaccines themselves it is running into skepticism even from some of those it's intended to help most in one of the biggest obstacles rich countries have locked up most of the world's potential vaccine supply through twenty twenty one and the US and others have refused to join the project called Kobach's Rohit my pioneer public health consultant who previously worked for doctors without borders says a supply of vaccines is not going to be that in the near term and the money also isn't that Kovacs was conceived as a way of giving countries access to coronavirus vaccines regardless of their wealth one of the problems that emerge was at some of the world's wealthiest nations have negotiated their own deals directly with drug companies meaning they don't need to participate in this endeavor after all there is shockingly London

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Russia's Navalny accuses Putin of being behind poisoning

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 hrs ago

Russia's Navalny accuses Putin of being behind poisoning

"A Russian corona virus opposition outbreak leader involving Alexei the NFL's Navalny who's Tennessee recovering Titans in Germany has forced after being their poisoned Sunday game in Russia to be by moved another to either agent Monday or Tuesday has accused one new Russian positive president result Vladimir came back Putin one of day being after behind three the players attack and five Navalny's other staff members supporters on coach have Mike frequently Vrabel's maintained Titans tested that such positive an attack nobody's to blame only been ordered at the top it's levels the word a pandemic of the Kremlin the team was has aware denied of what any needed involvement to be done since in it not receiving only a politician the protocols and in August corruption we investigator follow those whose Putin's fiercest my critic letter quarterback spent Ryan thirty Tannehill two days says in a hospital the opponents now twenty four are of the them virus in intensive and the Pittsburgh cat Steelers before doctors we've done it deemed throughout his this condition season had so far improved few sufficiently weeks and for him to be discharged it showed in our his mental first strength interview that since we can the attack find a way to he win told games Germany's and Der Spiegel this is just another magazine challenge thought along in that his road mind more daily Putin test was results behind the are attack upcoming I'm I'm a Donahue sorry I shockingly

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Enclave on edge: Armenia and Azerbaijan

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:57 min | 6 hrs ago

Enclave on edge: Armenia and Azerbaijan

"Armenia and either by Jan, rejected international calls for a ceasefire yesterday after deadly clashes broke out on Sunday pushing the two countries to the brink of war. Both have declared martial law and total military mobilization. At least one hundred people have been killed in the fighting which is involved artillery strikes and air power. The two former Soviet republics are locked in a decades-old conflict over the disputed province of Nagorno Carla. This marks the second time in less than three months that the countries have come to blows. This time edging closer to all out war one, which could ensnare of Turkey and Russia. We haven't seen detail death tolls from the by Johnny side, but the overall death toll now seems to be well north of one hundred peaches. Ski Is our Turkey correspondent that would make the fighting in nagorno-karabakh the heaviest since two, thousand, sixteen, when at least two hundred people were killed and on pace to be the worst since one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four, the end of the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan, and what is that fight about it is about a region known as nagorno-karabakh disputed province legally recognized as part of by John. But controlled by Armenian forces to go back in history. Now, going to cut about had been a part of the Kingdom of a bar via over two thousand years ago and has been real sins by a succession of Empires. But under the Soviets nagorno-karabakh was a part of by John and as the USSR crumbled clashes erupted between the Armenian majority of the region which sought union with Armenia or independence, and the by Johnny minority and these devolved into the brutal war in which about thirty thousand people were killed and about a million displaced. Included episodes of ethnic cleansing and several atrocities. The war ended with a ceasefire in nineteen, ninety four, and as I mentioned or mean forces have held onto nagorno-karabakh itself, end to seven districts surrounding the region. So it's been despite the ceasefire still disputed since then correct not only has been disputed. There have been regular skirmishes the one in two, thousand sixteen, and as recently as this year in July, the sixteen people were killed in. Areas north of GonNa cut above thousands of Azerbaijanis responded to this also to the death of renowned as her by Johnny General by taking to the streets demanding that their government retake all of nagorno-karabakh. So why is it the conflict? This time seems to be escalating. So quickly, analysts see the signs of a much broader military offensive by as by John and a return to a much broader conflict than what we saw in previous years. Some of them told me the saw this as a much better prepared campaign with more troops and fighting on all parts of the line of contact or the frontline, and we're seeing is in addition to heavy weaponry, infantry helicopters and masses of drones on both sides. There's a threat that fighting could spill over into civilian areas and also into areas where pipelines. Deliver gas and oil from by John to Turkey through. Georgia. So it's clear on the ground then that this is a much more serious conflict but I mean, what set it off? There's a belief on both sides that there is no political solution, the new Armenian Prime Minister Nicol. Chagnon in his speech last year called for the reunification of the crowd about Armenia. Azerbaijan side feels that the only way it can recover at least parts of going to cut about or the outlying provinces is through force. Perhaps because of covid nineteen, there has been next to no international mediation of the conflict since this spring and that is said to have led to the clashes in July and the failure to mediate in the aftermath of July may have precipitated. What we're seeing today people in the region say that to some extent they saw this. Coming for miles and international community failed to prevent it and what is the international community's response. Now that it's escalated, the U. N. Security Council has called on the two sides to put an end to the fighting the European Union, the United States and Russia have also called for a ceasefire unlike other international actors Turkey has urged by John to push forward and edge of type air to one Turkish president said on September twenty eighth that peace would only come to. The region wants Armenia withdrew from Nagorno cut about his spokesperson added the next day that Turkey was quote unquote fully ready to help Azerbaijan, recover the enclave reports indicate that Mr Government has sent Syrian mercenaries who help Azerbaijan. It is also providing drones to the other by Johnny Army and our media accused Turkey of shooting down one of its warplanes, which is a charge that Turkish officials have denied and you mentioned Russia calling for a ceasefire how is Russia involved escalation? On the part of other by John or further, Turkish involvement could also drag in Russia which sells arms to Azerbaijan, but also has a mutual defense pact with Armenia. So in theory because not going cut about is not legally part of Armenia Russia is not under any commitment to defend Armenia in case of an attack on they're going to cut about and so far. In fact, Russia has only gone so far as to ask Turkey, to back its calls for a ceasefire. If Armenia dust come under attack by Azerbaijan or by Turkey, it seems Russia will have no choice but to defend Armenia and do you think that's the way things are heading I mean is there a way to calm the tensions here so far calls for a ceasefire have fallen on deaf ears it may be that Azerbaijan will succumb to Russian pressure and that both sides will. Lay Down Arms. It may be that other by John will simply settle for partial gains especially in the seven district near not going to talk about and declare victory, which would placate public opinion at home but this may yet get out of control.

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Indoor dining permitted for the first time since March

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 11 hrs ago

Indoor dining permitted for the first time since March

"New York City restaurants are now open for in person dining if they stay at twenty five percent of their capacity it's the moment many patrons were waiting for everything that opens up is good for the psyche of the city Larry Bird bomb was one of the first inside the Celta in Manhattan this is the first time since March people could sit inside after passing a mandatory temperature screening for cell because owners tomber shard says he's glad to be back open but I have a hope for me I have mixed feelings a little concerned about my staff I think it's maybe more exposed in the trying to be worked for teaching everybody to be really conscientious about wearing a mask and this patron still chose the outdoor seating err on the side of caution hi Jackie Quinn

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A lesson from Trump's taxes: An underfunded IRS is outmatched

Planet Money

09:59 min | 14 hrs ago

A lesson from Trump's taxes: An underfunded IRS is outmatched

"And so part of the reason that president trump has been able to pace a little taxes at least according to the Times is because his businesses have lost so much money they've lost more than a billion dollars and he. Has, used the carry forward provisions among other things to reduce his tax bill for years and years. You know when you have business losses, it's like you have like money in the tax bank that you can use to pay less taxes in the future. Now, originally back in nineteen eighteen when carry-forward I started if you lost money one year, you could use that loss to reduce your taxes for next year but only for that one year and then a while later Congress said you know what you can carry over losses. For two years then Congress extended it further to fifteen years and eventually congress said you can spread your losses out. You can carry losses forward for as long as you want forever President Trump signed the bill that made that change into law in two thousand, eighteen and Isaac says there are good reasons to have this provision in the tax code it can be helpful for struggling businesses. So on the one hand, you kind of don't want your tax system to bankrupt a viable business just because it has a bad year. Right. So that's one. So it's useful but also but but depending on, you know how clever you are about your investments and how you go about booking what counts as a loss. There's lots of room to kind of gain with creative accounting. It is it is wildly open to abuse. So carry-forward is sometimes a reasonable useful thing and sometimes something that people and businesses abuse to pay less taxes than they should, and there are people at the irs whose job it is to figure out for every tax return that uses this provision you know which is this reasonable or is this abuse but as it says, the funding that pays for the IRS to enforce carry forward rules and the rest of the tax code, it has been cut for years it's been. A pretty substantial. block of the Republican Party in Congress has lined up behind the idea of really depriving the irs of teeth especially, the enforcement arm that that goes after. The rich and just like think about how expensive it can be to audit the taxes of the ultra rich fridge people do not have simple straightforward tax returns. They have a ton of paperwork fancy lawyers in. So look at the story we read The New York Times about the president's taxes right and and it was a picture that they have to assemble by looking at hundreds of different tax returns for hundreds of different entities. Now imagine having to do that for every even for one in ten rich people in the United States right Obviously, it can't be done. Except there's one congressional committee that specifically looks into the super-rich but only in some cases but but. One of those cases use the case of president trump. There was this one paragraph in the time story I mean there were a lot of paragraphs in the time story and a lot of it was interesting but there was one paragraph in particular that really I wanted to understand better. So the paragraph was related to this seventy three million dollar tax refund that Donald Trump apparently got in two thousand and ten and that he and the government are still fighting over. Okay. I'm going to read this paragraph it says quote refunds require. Blah. Blah Blah in opinion of the Congressional Joint Committee on Taxation Blah Blah Blah and tax law requires the committee to weigh in on all refunds larger than two. Million dollars to individuals. So what this paragraph is saying is there is a committee in Congress that has to give an opinion every single time the irs is about to send some rich person, a multimillion dollar tax refund as I read this and I thought like why you know what is going on you have questions. So I called Dave Norton he's a corporate lawyer who used to work at this committee, the Joint Committee on taxation, and he told me this is not a normal kind of congressional committee. You know it doesn't right laws. It doesn't hold hearings where lawmakers ask questions that are really more like comments and the joint committee staff is. A non-partisan expert staff of economists. Lawyers. Accountants. So it's like it's like Congress's. Team of tax nerds. That is a good way to put it. Exactly, right mostly the nurse on this committee figure out what different changes to the tax code would mean for the government and for the economy, you know how different potential tax tweaks would work. But a few of them go into work everyday and review giant tax refunds that the IRS is about to send out it's it's interesting because it's so one by one right you don't think of Congress as doing. Anything on like we'RE GONNA get every big tax refund that goes out in America. But that is what they're doing here and I agree it is It is pretty unusual. It might be unique in terms of something that the Congress would get involved with Congress got involved with this back in the nineteen twenties basically because they didn't trust the person who was overseeing the IRS, the Treasury Secretary Andrew Melon. Melon was one of the richest men in America. Also, one of the biggest tax payers in America had all these business interests that he held onto he was treasury secretary, and so congress was like wait you're the boss of the IRS and you owe all these taxes and you have investments and all these businesses that the IRS is supposed to be taxing that seems very shady. You know we want to make sure that you're not just having the irs and you and your pals massive tax refunds. So what we congress are going to do is we're going to pass a law that requires this Joint Committee to review big refunds. Congress basically said tax nerds keep an eye on these rich guys in the refunds, and so here we are almost one hundred years later and the tax nerds. They are still keeping an eye on these guys, and that's why in two thousand eleven trump's refund made its way to this committee. Apparently, the committee reviews hundreds of these refunds a year. So it's you know. Sort of, but there are a couple of things in this case in the case of Donald Trump's giant refund that are unusual. One unusual thing is typically the committee reviews the refunds before they get sent out to tax payers make sense. Yeah. It would think you would think but there is this special corner of the law and it actually applies to sort of the twin Sarah of what you were talking about earlier in the show the twin of the carry forward provision right where you can carry forward losses. The twin is Keri back. Here's how Carrie backwards if you lose money in the year, you're filing your taxes for now instead of carrying those losses forward as you do in carry forward, you can look back to. The past, you can say, look a few years ago. I was making tons of money I was on the apprentice and I paid tons of taxes, and so what I WANNA do is I want to carry my losses from the present back into the past and I want you to give me a refund for all of those taxes I paid a few years ago. Right so that is what president trump in fact was doing in this case when he got this giant seventy-three, million dollar refund and the special provision of the law that applies here is actually something they call a quickie refund and so innocent. Cute little seventy-three, million dollar tax refund and what happens with a quickie refund is the IRS. Okay. We will send you the refund before we've done a thorough evaluation of your claim and you have to promise that. If we ultimately decide that your claim for this refund, not you're going to give us back the money. So that's what happened here. That is thing number one that was unusual to quickey refined I seventy three million dollars. Yes. Okay. So thing number two that is unusual is just how long it has taken to figure out whether the refund was legit. You know whether the president in fact qualified for the refund under the law so Typically. The Joint Committee Clears Clears Refund reviews. In about three weeks maybe a little bit more than three weeks in a kind of standard run of the mill case they've says that some really complicated cases might take a few months to figure out but the president's case is still unresolved and it went to the committee nine years ago years they've says, he never saw anything take anywhere near that long when he worked at the Committee I never saw years Adam okay. So a case that went on for years would be very unusual in your experience. That's fair. Say yes and you know it makes sense that once Donald Trump becomes president trump the case would become exceptional and more complicated and take longer but this was already going on for years before that happened and so it's not entirely clear why it's taking so long. So Okay we've been through what's going on with the president's case, and also where does this weird committee review come from The one last thing I wanted to ask Dave was does it even makes sense to have a special Congressional Committee Review You know individual tax refunds you sort of worked on both sides you you were describing working for clients whose refunds are held up by the committee you've worked on the committee holding up People's refunds as you study them. Do you feel like it's useful? I do think just from a from a revenue perspective the taxpayer gets huge bang for the buck out of the C. T. Refund review process it costs almost nothing to run. It's you know as I said, just a few people and they can be counted upon to spot millions and millions and millions of dollars of potential mistakes. The spotting thing. Hey, look this is this million here million there at this shouldn't be going out for this this this reason

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Cyberpunk 2077 Head Responds to Crunch Controversy

Daily Tech News Show

02:33 min | 18 hrs ago

Cyberpunk 2077 Head Responds to Crunch Controversy

"Bloomberg, obtained an internal. Email showing that cyberpunk twenty, seventy, seven, developer, CD, project red told employees that six day work weeks would be mandatory ahead of the Games. November. Nineteenth release now, Studios Co founder Marcin Wenski had previously told to a Kotok who that the student would have a non obligatory crunch policy crunch meaning you know crunch time right? Everybody's working heart in the email. CD. Project red? Studio. Head Adam Dowse said quote. I know this is in direct opposition to what we've said about crunch he also added we've extended all other possible means of navigating the situation cyberpunk twenty, seventy seven was delayed from. April sixteenth to September seventeenth and then again to. November nineteenth and the big hangup here is crunches unknown quantity across the industry in a way. That's really a key right now, like middle last couple of years, it's all anybody wants to talk about from a sort of this industry is maturing. We need to do better at how we treat our our our employees maybe even accepting some unionization in a couple of cases which really doesn't exist in the games industry. A lot of these studios will release a gigantic two hundred person produced game, the cost millions to produce, and as soon as it hits the street even if it's wildly successful, they'll lay off almost that entire team. That's not unheard of in this particular case, we're not talking about that. We're talking about this sort of cramming toward the toward the end and a lot of people don't understand how it works in terms of why is there so much cramming toward the end of a video games product cycle, and that's a difficult answer because it's very complicated, but basically, it doesn't matter how. Many times you push your release. There's always something else to be done or do be at feature creep or something had to cut out entirely or well. We have an extra month. Now, we can maybe add this that adds new complications. So before you know it, you're in a situation where now we're really locked in on the November date where a year later than we planned to. Be, with multiple dates that have all been missed in between like at some point, we either have to do this now or we go another year and if they're going to do it now, then they gotta do all hands on deck. The big problem and the reason people are mad is that they came out and acted all progressive in this regard and said, look we're not. GonNa Force it we're not gonNA, make crunch part of our company culture anymore, and we're GONNA lead the way in that regard, and then this memo says, but maybe you're not right now 'cause we got a huge game release coming up and end it is we're all. So stoked for this game

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Cyberpunk 2077 Publisher Orders 6-Day Weeks Ahead of Launch

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:29 sec | 20 hrs ago

Cyberpunk 2077 Publisher Orders 6-Day Weeks Ahead of Launch

"Polish video game developer see project red told employees on Monday? That six day WORKWEEK will be mandatory leading up to the November release of the highly anticipated cyberpunk twenty, seventy seven reneging on an earlier promise to not force overtime on the project read a subsidiary of Poland's biggest gaming company CD project as a has been criticized previously for engaging in. An industry term for excessive overtime in game development the practice often lasts for weeks and can stretch out for months or even years

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Climate Neutral's Austin Whitman Discusses Industry Efforts to Go Green

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

06:27 min | 21 hrs ago

Climate Neutral's Austin Whitman Discusses Industry Efforts to Go Green

"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast I'm the host David Entra Cosso. During this podcast discussed with Austin Whitman, CEO of climate neutral industry efforts to go green or achieve carb climate neutral rather status Mr. Whitman. Welcome to the program. Thanks David it's crispy here. I very much welcome Mr Whitman's BIOS across posted on the podcast website on background collectively termed sub nationals, numerous academic institution states, cities, and local governments, companies NGOs, and other enemies across the country have pledged to become climate neutral. Journey this means that our greenhouse gas emissions our carbon footprint are completely offset by consuming or funding renewable energy resources and or funding reforestation or other carbon sequestration efforts. Though the healthcare benefits of reducing carbon emissions are crystal clear as I'm not previously be of this podcast healthcare providers in federal industry regulators are climate nihilists. They have been some ignored this issue despite the fact after the food industry healthcare is the largest amount of carbon dioxide equivalent. It over six, hundred, fifty, million metric tons annually or approximately ten percent of the US greenhouse gas emissions. As I've noted previously per research published in plus one four years ago, Mount Sinai research concluded. Health harm caused by the healthcare industries carbon emissions causes upwards of ninety, eight, thousand deaths per year just in the US. In addition, the US healthcare industry substantially lags behind other prominent US industries in publicly reporting their carbon emissions. Two weeks ago however Kaiser Permanente, the US's largest integrated nonprofit healthcare provider, and now it had achieved carbon neutral status. Meeting the organization had a raised as eight hundred, thousand tonne carbon footprint. Or Eight, hundred, thousand tons emitted annually. As. Kaiser noted in his nine fourteen press release quote unquote as physicians climate changes absolutely in our lane. Kaiser's the first healthcare system in the US to achieve status and listeners may recall interviewed Kaiser's Kathy Gerwig. Regarding her own. Climate. Neutral efforts in. May of Twenty nineteen. With me again to discuss corporate efforts to go green is climate neutral CEO Austin Whitman. So. Awesome of that as background, let me begin by asking you if you could provide a brief overview of your organization. Yeah well. Great, David I love that background because what you've done is I think shown a spotlight on something that needs to change and we hope it will change in the sense that climate is an overarching challenge that for anyone not to see it as their challenge. Is really mistake and one of the encouraging signs that I've seen in the last few years is that more and more people are taking note of the challenge and really picking it up as something that they've got to think about in their in their day to day climate. Neutral. we started a year and a half ago really with the basic sort of with basic problem in line to which is that consumer pick up any consumer on the street and them what they've been told to do To help, reverse or address climate change and people will probably tell you. Well, I know that I should stop eating meat and I know that I drive an electric car and I know that I should fly less. And maybe some other things too and one of the interesting things is if you if you think about those three, are you eating meat is pretty obvious when you pick up before you can say You know I'm eating a steak where I'm eating a banana driving cars pretty obvious and are you flying is pretty obvious as well, and and unfortunately those those three things only address a small chunk of the total carbon that each of us is responsible for, and that's because all the things the objects that we rely on day to day are the product of a fossil fuel intensive production chain or value chain, which we call kind of a carbon trail that stretches around the world. and. So the best the best idea we could come up with to deal with this is to create a label just like a USDA organic label that would indicate to consumer the climate impacts of something that they buy. So we can sort of turn the money that people spend on stuff. When it's not obvious like a, you know a steak versus a banana when it's not obvious what the climate impacts of something that they buy are we can. We can put a label on it that says, you know did the company that made that thing measure it's carbon emissions. Carbon that they were responsible for frowned producing that thing and bringing it to the customer, and then did they take steps to offset that carbon offset also known as remove or purchase a carbon? And we can get into those technical details at some point is you want And then are they working on plans to reduce their carbon emissions? So this is sort of the the basic designation that we came up with and the label launched officially in June of last year, we recruited about one hundred forty companies to get certified. which was going to happen from January to April of this year with the pandemic I feared the worst but actually turned out to be the best we ended up getting one hundred and fifty companies certified by the end of it so. One of the things we learned from that was yes, there's a pandemic if anything it has sort of reinforced the idea that there's a shared vulnerability across all of us that we really need to. You know we really need to to get together and figure out in the cases cove. It's obvious. It's public health flying in the case of climate. It's obvious. It's environmental one so. We certified one hundred fifty brands were now in the midst of recruiting more companies to get certified for. Twenty Twenty I. Guess The final detail I would add would be were restructured a nonprofit and Mission is simply to decrease global carbon emissions and to engage consumers brands to make that happen.

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Spain's Ibiza faces further COVID-19 restrictions

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 23 hrs ago

Spain's Ibiza faces further COVID-19 restrictions

"Authorities in the Billerica islands battling a rapid transmission of the new coronavirus in the tourism magnet of a pizza announcing fifteen days of new restrictions starting Friday officials say restaurants spas gyms and places of worship will he be allowed to host twenty five percent of the normal capacity well social gatherings will be capped at five people maximum and playgrounds will remain closed existing measures have only managed to bring down the rate of infection slightly the goal is to protect the future of tourism in the archipelago be ther is itself a magnet for many tourists attracted by speeches on world famous nightlife I'm Charles collect as much

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Spain's Ibiza faces further COVID-19 restrictions

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 23 hrs ago

Spain's Ibiza faces further COVID-19 restrictions

"Authorities in the Billerica islands battling a rapid transmission of the new coronavirus in the tourism magnet of a pizza announcing fifteen days of new restrictions starting Friday officials say restaurants spas gyms and places of worship will he be allowed to host twenty five percent of the normal capacity well social gatherings will be capped at five people maximum and playgrounds will remain closed existing measures have only managed to bring down the rate of infection slightly the goal is to protect the future of tourism in the archipelago be ther is itself a magnet for many tourists attracted by speeches on world famous nightlife I'm Charles collect as much

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How To Scale Your Offer With Ravi Abuvala

Marketing School

04:38 min | 1 d ago

How To Scale Your Offer With Ravi Abuvala

"Everyone today we've got another special episode of Marketing School. At this time, it is with Ravi. Bhalla I think I got that right scaling with systems he's chief scaling officer. We're GonNa let him explain what that means in a second, but she's comes affirm that helps other companies scaled to multiple seven fighters using virtual assistant automation systems and I love nursing out on this type of stuff you know whether it's marketing whether it is you WanNa talk about mergers and acquisitions there always are systems that you have to follow and really great. To Have Ravi on the show. How's it going man? I'm Doin' excellent Eric. Thank you so much for having me on longtime listener actually just in the last guests that you had on us to swift. So that's actually how i. kind of had stumbled across through guys in the first place and everyone that's listening. You got so lending ears, I. Hope I gave you got some value today for sure it's going to be dig out as. Many nuggets as I can for everyone. So let's talk about it. I mean scaling what systems, what is your definition of it and maybe some practical kind of case studies examples yeah it'd be happy. So we essentially take businesses usually higher ticket service space businesses, and usually in the business sector. So online advertising, we've done real estate investing real estate residential search engine optimization. We've gone across the board, but essentially, what we do is we help. Them scale by setting in systems automations and the coolest part about it as we have a training center in the Philippines and we place fully trained virtual assistance inside of our clients companies at about three dollars an hour. So we essentially teaching them what they need to do or grow and scale sales, funnels automations add we can nerd out on that, and then we actually give them a virtual assistant that's going to do that work for them. Got So maybe I mean stories are always a good way to explain kind of what you do. So is a case that you can speak to his for example, I work with this type of company and we did this specifically and these are the results that they saw. A glove too. So there's a few different ones but I just was on a podcast little earlier on a day and gentleman was creating podcast essentially PR company where he gets other people on podcasts and explaining to him about a client of mine. Adam he is an incredible company mogul insider and he came to us he didn't really have know what he was doing. He said how what kind of run up your company but I don't know what I'm GonNa do and I look I've been on these PODCASTS, their incredible I've been monetize. An quite a bit just from the value on giving people reaching out to us as are the biggest issues in the marketplace is in this industry is you give people on podcast, but the other issue is that you're not figuring out teach people how to monetize that podcast like how do you actually make money from you just saying, Hey, I have a great product or service doesn't really do anything and so what we pretty much did is crap in a back end off for him so that he was actually teaching his clients, how to. Generate sales from the PODCASTS that they're getting on how to generate leads and sales from, and so we essentially helped him construct that and he came in literally dollars in the bank. When he started this product with us, we taught him Dave, the virtual system created a sales funnel forum, great video sales letter first thirty days he did about forty thousand dollars in monthly recurring revenue, and then within six weeks, he had about eighty thousand dollars monthly recurring revenue, and that's literally before he had even finished paying us off he was already at. Sixty thousand dollars a month recurring revenue from zero and it was because we were able to number. One system is the back end offer so that it was something that was the product market fit and just pour gasoline on the fire by having instagram outrage linked in outreach email advertising that kind of stuff. So just to clarify, did you take him from zero to eighty k. a month or so to sixty km length or both? So zero to sixty K. and then he actually joined my higher. Here's like look this works like with your. Higher level, and then we took him to eighty K. and we did that literally just by working a little bit closer with them and adding in I think organics are great way to start a you guys obviously deal talk about Seo Inorganic and we do that really really heavy. But at some point, obviously throwing in the paid ads aspect of it can really light a few on the fire and that's essentially where we did after we have a product market fit? We know the Messaging Works and We know that sales funnel converts then we're actually GONNA turn on pay traffic and that's how you Agassi take off. Got Just so I, understand this are you basically helping people craft their offer and then you're helping them scale it and then you had a va just to say, Hey, you go. We're going to take the training wheels off go a great question. So actually most of the time people already coming to us with an offer a product market fit? So he already had the idea that he. Wanted, and usually we don't work with or like I want make my first dollar online because that's a whole different person. That's like, Hey, I already have testimonies I have case studies. I just can't get enough deals. I can't get enough appointments on the phone whatever it is really great. Most of the time that has to do with you just not having enough attention and so day one that client works with us they sign up with us and work with us. We pretty much crafter messaging regret. What channel did you need going on and then we give it to the virtual assistant who does that outreach for them and so it's not unusual for client of ours who averages wanted to appointments a week before they come to us come in and within twenty four hours, they have about eight to ten appointments on the calendar for their service.

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Apocalyptic Battle for Take-Out Dollars: Uber Eats Pits Star Wars against Star Trek

Business Wars Daily

03:34 min | 1 d ago

Apocalyptic Battle for Take-Out Dollars: Uber Eats Pits Star Wars against Star Trek

"A. From wondering David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Wednesday September thirtieth. It's hardly a stretch to say that the pandemic has been delivery services, best friend, take-out meals, or so much more attractive when we're avoiding other people that's meant a surge in revenue for leaders and Hungary rivals Uber Eats and door dash in the second quarter ubereats. Gross delivery bookings totaled almost seven billion dollars a jump of well over one hundred percent from q one. Before we all started eating in as a privately held company door dashes keeping a lot of data to itself but the number of people using dash doubled from ten million last year to twenty million now according to research firm Emarketer. Possibly, to Ubereats Chagrin Jordache became so ubiquitous that it was responsible for more than half of all US meal delivery in April. Wow. That's according to market researcher. Edison Trans last week linked in named DOOR DASH number two on its list of top fifty startups based in part on exuberant hiring plans. The companies expected to go public by the end of the year Uber eats holds about thirty percent of US market share despite their rapid growth neither door dash nor ubereats has yet turned a profit chew on. Then these rivals are employing ever more creative marketing strategies in their efforts to. Become or remain top takeout dog ubereats constructed a quirky ad campaign that celebrates competition itself a sort of Meta Mezei the latest ads featuring unusual rivalry between get this star wars and star Trek. They star none other than Mark Hamill Luke skywalker in star wars and Sir. Patrick Stewart's Star Trek's Captain John Luc Picard they compete ferociously almost grimly in games of air hockey and connect for. But when an uber driver delivers a delectable dish, each breaks the foreboding mood to politely thanked the driver in this Ad. Stewart. Armed with Cricket Bat and Hamill carrying a baseball bat in a dark empty warehouse. Tonight. I'll be eating a Veggie cheeseburger. On Shibata. No tomatoes. Tonight I'll be eating four cheese. Tortellini. With extra tomorrow. Tony. Stewart so it's come to the. Thank you. Proper. Part of what makes the spot? So amusing is that the argument tomato tomato is, of course from the classic George Gershwin. Song, let's call the whole thing off. But of course, neither UBER EATS NOR DOOR DASH is planning to call the whole thing off quite the opposite if takeout became essential in March, it's remaining. So in could see even more growth this winter, a second wave of the virus causes more lockdowns. In Uber Eats case, the company says the campaign celebrating rivalries already been a huge success in Australia Taiwan Japan, where it launched last year and ad featuring Kim Kardashian and a fictional Australian character pushed uber eats brand awareness in Australia two levels quote on par with McDonnell's the company told Ad Week the new Stewart Hamill Lads bring the campaign to the US in Canada but whether the cleverness of ubereats his ad campaign can steal away

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Google starts its crackdown on Android in-app purchases in 2021

All About Android

05:08 min | 1 d ago

Google starts its crackdown on Android in-app purchases in 2021

"In some startling news, right? I did I did a double take when I saw this Google confirmed that that it plans to make some changes to the Google play store in twenty twenty one and there's GonNa. Be Some big changes folks I. Hope you're all sitting down I by September twenty, twenty one, all APPs on the play store will be required to use Google. Billing. System. Google says that ninety seven percent of APPS that sell digital goods already do this google gets a thirty percent cut through the system as they have up to up until now services like Netflix and spotify bypass this by asking for a credit card payment directly, they would be required to transition over wants this switch happens. And given everything that's happened with epic. Games. And fortnight an apple and all this stuff. This is this is a a direction I did not expect to go in. But. Then there's another piece of this Google said, the android twelve will make things easier for third party APP stores as devising revised system that allows for the install of third party APP stores without compromising the security the system. So on one hand they're gonNA make everyone used they're gonNa make all one hundred percent of APPs, use the payment system so they can get their thirty percent cut but on the other hand they're gonNA say we're GonNa make it easier for third party APP store cannot use our system. So this kind of seems like. One Hand Washing the One Hand one thing the other hand doing the other thing I don't know what do you guys think of this? This was this was this a surprise you or what do you think? A little bit. Yeah. I mean I I, think from a consumer standpoint, I I liked this move because. It just means that there's only one place have to put my credit card info. If something goes wrong like my info gets stolen somehow you know there's there's only one person to blame or one one company to blame and it just makes the whole checkout process a little easier. But of course, from a developer standpoint, like you said with everything going on with epoch lately it. It sort of raises questions as to I guess whether this is okay whether this ethical on Google's part but I mean I I, I think opening things up to other APP stores will I guess help a little bit in that regard? Is. This is this opening the door forget jar make a resurgence. Man is get your still around I'm curious jar. JAR STILL AROUND DOT COM YEP mobile phone. APP. Store founded in two thousand four. So before you know before android. Yeah I suppose. So I'm curious Google isn't Giving any specific information as far as how android twelve is going to allow for this easier. But both of these announcements really feel whether group I would say it or not feel kind of tailor made to the moment at which they're being sued by epic games for you know under the under these accusations that they're incredibly unfair to third party stores and that they required too much payment too much of a paid a a piece of the payment that's happening. Ri I understand what you're saying ron as far as feeling almost like they're doing two things that might seem to go counter to each other at the same time like the majority of of Android apps at least you know in places like the US are going to be going through the play store and. You know the. Money changing hands inside the APP through Google Services has benefit and so what I mean is it worth thirty percent cut I don't know. But that seems to be kind of the standard between what apple's doing what Google is doing whether that that means it's right I guess that's another question. I'm sure there are a lot of developers would say that's that's simply too much but also on the flip side of that, this is android and it is. Put it in air quotes open it's open earlier than other platforms, and so it makes sense that Google would still want to say, Hey, it's still okay for you to have third party APP stores that do things differently from from what we do but if you're going through hours which the majority of people are going to then you gotta pay us for it. It's also it's also interesting that ninety seven percent of the APPS are using it, which makes sense. But like in that three percent, you've got netflix's and spotify who are probably like I I'm I'm less I'm less interested in the percentage of APPs that are using Google payment system versus the percentage of revenue that is not using Google system, right so if if you imagine everybody who a and you know, it's probably you know safe to say that. Lots and lots of people have netflix's accounts who else is GONNA sign up for it and twenty, twenty one. But you know people are always coming on board the platforms and things like that. If you take the the amount of sign ups on Android, that Netflix's get that they're currently paying in and then now pay. That's a pretty decent revenue stream for for Google and it might be one that companies like Netflix end spotify don't want to lose. So I wonder if they're opening the door to another conflict similar to what happ what's happened with epic.

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Disney Lays Off 28,000 Workers, 67% Are Part-Time Employees

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:26 min | 1 d ago

Disney Lays Off 28,000 Workers, 67% Are Part-Time Employees

"Screening with no touch thermometers, visitors returned theme parks and Shanghai, Paris and Hong. Kong also reopened but it wasn't nearly enough to make up for the losses. Disneyland in Anaheim California has been closed for more than six months in August. The Walt Disney Company reported a loss of four point seven billion dollars in its third quarter in a letter to employee's Josh Tomorrow Chairman of Disney parks experiences and products rights. We are now forced to reduce the size of our team across executive salaried and hourly roles of the twenty eight thousand workers being laid off sixty seven percent are part time. It's very. Distressing Mike Lester is a spokesperson for the city of Anaheim. He says it's been a crisis for workers as well

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Talking to Your Kids About Sex With Shafia Zaloom

Sex With Emily

05:32 min | 1 d ago

Talking to Your Kids About Sex With Shafia Zaloom

"She fears aloom welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. Yes. Of course. I'm excited that you're here because I have been on this sort of obsessive track lately around I mean for for many years I've been doing this. You've been do in doing this for longer than I. Have I think but I've been doing about fifteen years and it was mostly you know educating talking to adults who want to realize is that now I have a lot of young people, my life three nieces who are teens and friends, kids age and. In the last five ten years. Wow there. There's no sex education. I realize how similar the questions that people are asking me that the young people are asking me adolescents about sex are very similar to what adults are asking, and also a lot of people calling in listening this show because now they have teenagers and they want to know what do we do? How do we talked about Saxon problem because? If they parents never learned how do we actually talk to our kids about sex I know you've made this your life's work. and. So Sheffield tell me a little about yourself like what's your? What's your background? How'd you get into sex education? we you know I always had to have really positive relationships in my life and that made all the difference for me in a really quality education. and. So I was a social worker when I first got out of school and was working with. Kids in treatment centers as an alternative to incarceration who had a lot you know who are wrestling with a ton of issues at all really revolves around relationships or you know the type of relationships they had had as they were growing up and after several years of that realized, they really needed to get into more preventative work versus so much inventive work so that I could sustain my own life and start a family and do all those things and because relationships in education had always been such a strong force in my life I chose that path and started I. Guess It's been. Twenty five years now and that sort of what took me to this place? Yeah, I got it. So tell me how do we approach talking to teens about sex when a lot of parents are feeling that they don't have the information themselves that it's still taboo and shameful I mean. There are a lot of really great resources out there I think part of it is there's just so much information and so much about sexuality that you really have to know where to find them and I think that a sex positive approaches we all strive for like we all want to raise our. Kids to be good people of positive enriching relationships yet romantic as well as sexual ones and so I think it really is twofold I. The information is out there find the medically accurate information from credible resources and showed that with your kid in developmentally appropriate ways and you're educating yourself along the way it is. Okay. no-one taught us this you know either so we are pioneers and you know if you can talk to your friends and say you know I, don't really know how to do this. How are you doing this and source each other to create a sense of solidarity typically as? Parents you know we we tend to lady to do this together. Especially if our kids are younger, we do that really well as they get older teenagers tend to want their independence and we tend to not have as many opportunities to connect with each other but we should find those places where you can connect with each other. You know test the waters and see how open and comfortable those folks artist say like, how do we do this? How can we communicate consistent messages that aligned with our own personal family values, but also give kids the information they need to keep themselves in their friends safe. And with your kids in those conversations, you're really it's the value of these small victories are collecting moments your scaffolding this over time it's not one big giant talk. It's little ones over longer periods of time and it's OK. In fact, it's a tremendous gift to be able to say to your kid to role model healthy vulnerability in an effort to connect in an authentic way. To say I don't know, but this is really important and sometimes the most important conversations are the hardest ones to have, and so let's find out this information together and figure this out in a way that works with all the things we've been teaching all along. Now for some parents, kids suddenly start screaming I'm running from the room you know whatever it is I, don't want do. Don't learn. They might happen to have equality health program. It's one. Nelson say but I I I know everything I need to know don't worry about it. Learning learn it in school. The thing is, is that parents are absolutely the primary sexuality educator in life It can't be they're not the only one that they're certainly the primary one and your the consistent person that they are going to be connected to throughout their life, and so those people who teach them you know education relationship, education, educational those things they're gonNA, come and go. They'll have an impact. It's a huge blessing to have that resource. But really you're the consistent will run and their ethical aspects to sex education that like those family values that are essential to it only you can teach those to your kid. So parenting adults are really important in that role.

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Discussing Minimum Maneuvering Speed

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

04:29 min | 2 d ago

Discussing Minimum Maneuvering Speed

"I have one question Jason. What whether you're talking about the G. NS everyone's talking about this determine minimum maneuver speed. You heard about that yeah. Yeah I've heard about it This is the thing that Dan Rider I think I put forward with slight chops rate where There's kind of a lot to talk about their there really is on let me just before we get into the conversation. Let me tell you something that occurs in my life. All the time is that nobody wants to Staal you're playing nobody wants to spend the airplane everybody reads that if you bank in Airplane and your stall speed increases so because this conversation is so prevalent in the community and people are reading this kind of stuff before they come down flying lessons when I get new private students more often than not I mean guessing seven out of ten maybe or at least half of the people I fly. When they start to turn that base leg start picking up speed like so you know where we're at the beam position, they pull the power to idle certainly down at eighty five and you know the whole real point of landing is slowing down progressively as you are on the pattern. But what they do they turn basis sort of push forward presumably out of fear that they're gonNA stall. So we come around the base screaming at like ninety nights and it's just it's never gonNA work. You know you're not gonNA get to speed to be able to land and just feels really weird. And usually when I see that students, we go out to the practice area. We go up and we start drilling into that edge the below we do accelerated stalls so you can feel. How hard you have to pull in a bank with to see bubble. To really get that to happen. Understand, how slow you can actually find as I wanted to uncover the truth because I feel like when people know what the airplane can really do, they won't behave some. You know they will. Exaggerate the countermeasure so much. So I, get a little concern when I hear about minimum I don't know what they're calling a minimum maneuvering speed I guess is that what it is? I get a little concerned that it's kind of that same thing like it's a big band aid on the idea that people don't really understand what's happening and it feels like a really big band aid. Let's just. You know. Hack it at the knees, cut down all the trees. So there's no fire, right like it's just it doesn't It's too much of a reaction on the other side of the coin is, and that is what dancing is look. The reality is if you don't get slow enough to stall, YOU'RE NOT GONNA stall spending lose control the rate so. On that point is is taking I. I don't really recommend IT I. Can probably tell from what I'm saying I prefer to really lift up the Rock and teach people what happens like why it's happening how it happens when it feels like when it's happening when it starts to look like when it's happening I'm just feels like two big abandoned me and maybe in a in a in a you know there's certain things I'm young. Someone talking. But as It lasts as in bigger airplanes. We fly a little bit differently. You know like you put two engines out there you flying in A. In a transport category aircraft something like that we very rarely bank more than twenty degrees at were way in front of the airplane, not putting big g loads on the airplane. Replanning really far out I can see in an airplane that you know that that type of. Abandoned or whatever it is might work. You know that you're never going to lose control the airplane but I think in a light airplane not sure that's going to help the people that are actually losing control the airplane on base to final because when you look at the exit a really happening, you keep hearing me say to people at sea level is like when you when you take that. person who's been learning to people at sea level and put them in an environment where maybe they have four people on board maybe the air is a little thin. There's distractions maybe the passengers are talking air traffic control is talking and they get you know distracted like that women at Houston Hobby Airport crash where she was you know lost control the airplane. and I wonder if some speed on the airspeed indicator is going to help in that

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Great Moments in Communication!

The Past and the Curious

06:23 min | 2 d ago

Great Moments in Communication!

"Sure is easy today. A quick pair of thumbs can easily send a text to a friend email someone around the globe or place a call to order a pizza. Each time you do any of these things information is being transmitted from one place to another faster than you can say Trans Atlantic cable. Trends stop already there you can stop. But if you have learned anything from this show, you should know that it wasn't always this easy. A device called the Telegraph. Was the first big development in getting information from one point to another. It changed things dramatically because it was the first time information didn't have to be physically carried a letter on horseback a note on a boat, even a message in a bottle. These were a few of the only ways to tell someone in another place something anything. Imagine how different life was and imagine how revolutionary it must have been when an electric pulse could finally travel through a wire and deliver a message to that person much more quickly. British scientists, William Cook, and Charles. Manson created the First Commercial Telegraph. That wasn't all they dabbled in. We'd stint also invented a new kind of Concertina squeezy Reed instrument sort of like an accordion, as well as the stereo scope Victorian Parlor device that looked like a funny pair of binoculars and created three dimensional images out of. Pictures printed onto changeable cards. If you've ever used a view master toy, it was kind of like that. Anyway, their version of the Telegraph used multiple wires to carry electric pulses, which would move needles on the receiving end. These needles would point to the letters on a dial. This would slowly spell out the words of a message letter by letter in one sense, their version was nice because it required. No special. Code or a special understanding from the operator you just had to know how to read but installing the multiple wires was expensive, inconsistent and difficult. So soon, Samuel Morse's single wire telegraph became the international favorite because the message was on a single wire. It could only send one letter at a time and it didn't actually use letters but something to represent letters a required people to use a code known as Morse Code. Operators had to learn a new alphabet of short dots or debts and long dashes or does of the code to get each letter which they would translate. It wasn't immediate telegraphs took time to send and receive as the letter by letter codes had to travel along the wire, but it was still faster than trains, horses or running really really fast almost as soon as Morse's telegraph debuted in the eighteen forties someone was. Like Hey, we should put one of these in the ocean and send messages to Europe at the time to send a letter from New York to London usually took twelve days of sea travel that's not even factoring in the time on land, the letter would need to be carried. So communication took a long time Samuel Morse believed in his creation wanted it to make a difference. So he said great idea. Let me help. Turns out running a wire across the Atlantic. Ocean was a lot harder than you might think. Or. Maybe your a reasonable person and you realized immediately that this was a super difficult thing to do. It was especially. So in the eighteen hundreds either way there was a guy who with Sammy Morris help was going to see that it happened no matter what got in the way. Name was Cyrus field and he got rich in the paper business. It wasn't under Mifflin that he founded but another real and frightening paper company that sold newsprint to the Penny Press tabloid newspapers of New England. The company did so well that he retired at the age of thirty four as one of New York's richest men. With plenty of life. was he dedicated the remainder to the transatlantic cable a wire to stretch across the ocean settled on the bottom deep below the water? This marvel to be would carry electric signals and deliver international messages in Samuel Morse's special code both America and England loved the idea and pledged support and some money he sold stock in his New Telegraph Company to help raise funds but mostly he put up his own sweet sweet paper making money to get the project off the ground or I guess underwater. We'll spare you the super technical details mostly because we are kids, podcasters and not electrical engineers but telegraphic cable had to be over twenty six hundred miles long to stretch from Europe to North America, and every one of the twenty six hundred miles of cable had to be insulated and protected from the rocky bottom corrosion from the salty seawater and any marine life that may cause trouble. So it was coated in latex then tarred hemp and lastly wrapped in heavy iron braids is took months for giant teams to make. In eighteen fifty seven nearly two decades after Morse's Telegraph debut two ships sailed out from the coast of Ireland and started to unspoiled the gigantic telegraph cable to the bottom of the ocean the mood aboard the British ship HMS Agamemnon and the American ship USS Niagara was probably bubbling from excitement. Those aboard watched the first of the cable disappear into the mysterious ocean, they must have known they stood on the threshold of a new frontier ready to connect two continents as never before with the power of one seemingly magical. The VIBRATO. The line you mean the cable we have to stretch across the ocean for the next few months it's only the first day. Broken just flopping around at the bottom of the ocean. Okay. So after just a few miles had been unschooled, the would-be transatlantic cable snapped undeterred. The brave crews used grappling hooks to find the lost

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GoGo Challenges SmartSky Patents

STRUCK: A Lightning Protection Podcast

04:34 min | 2 d ago

GoGo Challenges SmartSky Patents

"Tell us about this patent dispute. Between smart sky and Gogo. So obviously, there's lots of intellectual property that you know. Is Is Pretty Easy I. Guess to dispute I've heard that up to forty percents of patent. Patent claims are thrown out when they finally actually get dispute in court. But what is this Smart Sky Company? What does this mean to the industry here? Well, both smart sky and go go are in the air to ground a t g they call it data transmission networks. Essentially Cell Towers located across the country and as you fly above them, it works like a cellphone does where you hand off between different cell. Towers is sort of how it works the the real interesting thing about all these systems is that you're moving such speeds. At altitude that the logic to switch between tower tower where to be looking in the next one is. Is really key to that function of the system much like the way your your mobile phone works. and go-goes been doing that forever and they've got thousands of installations on all kinds of business aircraft and had been the leader in that market for a long time. So smart Guy has a pet now. Sort of overlaps and they're going to this guy saying that they have some Ip they have a patent and Gogo feels like it infringes on things they're already doing and smart guys says, Gogo is infringing on on their intellectual property and the Patent Office basically stepped out of it. So. It. When you apply for a patent the all the patents are go through like a a pre publication thing. So the there's a process which the patent office published the application, and then there's a list of claims there in the world could see it and if I'm if I have a similar idea, Ari have the idea and I put it into practice I can tell the patent office like, Hey, I i. that whatever company is doing is is not patentable in here twenty reasons why I'm already making. Already for sale it's obvious those prior those knowledgeable in the art would have to come to this conclusion. Those kind of arguments that were made there but lot of times the patent office Dan you're saying the patent office will not want to get involved in those disputes because they are not a court system and the patent office and can get in some cases Kinda pinch there. So what they tend to do sometimes is like, Hey, there's too much of a squabble. Let the courts decided now let them. Hammer it out which I'm not sure. It was a great solution for anybody but that's a seems like has happened here is at the patent opposite well, you know, hey, boys you guys fight it out somewhere else we're out because we think we have justification initiatives patent. If there was some sort of infringement, you guys have to fight it out which which we'll do they do now both sides are saying that. Go is saying that they don't need a smart sky stuff smart guy saying Gogo is infringed on their patent Gogo saying that three don't So maybe it is headed to the courts. because the real. Loser would be the theories. SMART GUY has nothing to lose here too. They're not really in service. They're kind of in the startup phase on some level can go is the big player and has all the money right so it'd be like a new. Like name now, it'd be like when Tesla would test was a tiny company suing General Motors. A lot of lawyers and a lot of time and probably not even equitable outcome. That's kind of where this this lawsuit is but it is fascinating that there's so much competitive playground there and I think because goes been so successful in that air to ground market that everybody's nibbling at their heels because it's a prophet, a marketplace to be in an. Assistant Gogo has developed over the years from an Air Cell and they've developed over time but essentially, you know cocoa's been there for a while. So they I think they have something to say about a newcomer, which is what's going on. So it's just turf to force a little bit, but it's interesting to see it play out now in the middle of pandemic. Weird thing. Yeah that makes

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"twenty second" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

03:41 min | 11 months ago

"twenty second" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

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"twenty second" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

01:55 min | 11 months ago

"twenty second" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"Ever since it was a small child I remember Tim. Bits of various quantities population many of the happier moments memory. But that's why it's sort of astounding to me. They're finally turning Tim. Bits into a serial The Tim Bit serial story itself starts a little bit of the ways back. I will say that I was very very blessed to be the first person contacted by the Sort of a someone. I'm keeping confidential but cereal vendor who works with the likes of post who teamed up with Tim Hortons to produce the cereal and he told me a while back about a possible. Tim Tim Bit serial and he sent me a picture that showed like a a timber. Assortment pack as a serial so it'd be a combination of powdered. Tim Bits original Tim bits chocolate Tim. Bits and some sort of nutty Tim. It all in one concept. That really astounded me. Until I didn't hear anything about it for about seventy eight months and I got a entirely Harley new. Look at what Tim bit. Syria will actually be so it may be a candidate exclusive but tim bits. Syria will be viewing chocolate glazed and birthday cake flavors in Canada any moment now really. So what are we talking about. Content of this one So I was really excited needed about the assortment packet I because it gave the possibility of many many different flavors. But we've sort of evolved into I hate to say it but it looks more just just like a standard corn puff of treatment of this blessed donut hole. It's very much similar to the hostess cereal in. I don't know why they didn't lead with some of their more flagship flavors When I think of Tim Bits I immediately think of the Apple Fritter? I'm going to have to think that'd be a more reasonable choice for acorn puff than simply the birthday cake approach..

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"twenty second" Discussed on Diana: Case Solved

Diana: Case Solved

02:55 min | 11 months ago

"twenty second" Discussed on Diana: Case Solved

"In her to. Dick is in the public eye from painfully shy. Royal Bride to the most famous most photographed woman. Perhaps even the best loved woman on the planet. Princess Diana's impact was unique extrordinary and profound and twenty two years. After her death she's still continues to touch the lives of millions. I think it's just a tremendous loss to the world that Dan's lap was cut short aged only thirty six. She did so much in our short lifetime. Can you imagine the potential that could have been for the next thirty. Six years the joy she would have given people and the joy she would have had in return from seeing her sons. Marry the women. They love and seeing her grandchildren. She's been robbed of all of that. The Donna was modernizer and then as you realize doing it and what she did was bring public. That south of the Royal Family closer together together. What we see now with women and Caitlyn Harry is a repeat really of where the if the greatest tragedy of Diana's death was the little boy she loved and lift behind? It's also true that those boys are grown up to be her greatest legacy but you know at the end of the day. At least she gave us William and Harry and they are diagnosed lasting legacies the world and they will continue the mothers work she had them long enough to instill in them her hopes her dreams. And how ideals. And that's what we see today so she's not really gone. We see her through her son's is they will continue. How work and do what she would have wanted? She races boys to be warm to be human to be connected to the world on the fans and fat role was something special but they have to be standing. There were people in the world would needy and not like them and she brought him up to be very special young men they turned out to be and I think that she would be hugely proud of them today. At how they've taken the lessons alert from her. I think she would have found the wedding to Meghan markle. Just the most wonderful validation defensible how owned bodies and she would have found I think Meghan an enchanting wanting addition to the royal family so she wanted the end though investigations in Paris at least for the time being are over and their time together attempting to do justice to the life and death of Diana Princess of wiles has also come to a close but this should not be the end of the story. The evidence evidence new information we have uncovered deserves an official review and leave and Tan as I believe undisputedly drive of the. What Fade Anna? That clipped Diana's Ryan is speeding car needs to be probably questioned..

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"twenty second" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

14:36 min | 1 year ago

"twenty second" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Tab clear mystery crate excited i'm excited just you mean the miami studio right now anthony antonio tony right right when everybody starts getting voted off the island all of a sudden you're here and you're like hey it's a lot bigger than i've remembered all we've got the kendall alliance we do we do strong year killian guy would be my high school if i were to billy madison my way back in highs right now it's interesting that's an interesting thought by the way going back to high school and doing it all over again but with the allergy you have now oh i'd by so many people beer well now no that's not what beer like drinks beer millennials it's all kids who want to v you wanna you wanna white claw he no laws when you dig into the clause waclaw with me what are we now if you'll creepy yeah can i go back but as like a seventeen year old you go back to your time but i have all the light acknowledge exactly the nause you have not oh man i'd kill dominate kill absolutely dominant yeah do i have all my means that i have is a thirty four year old man ooh good question can i be the thirty four year old father of a secret baby right when i walk into my home but when i walk out or when i walk through the threshold of killian highschool i become the seventeen year old the seventeen year old you body wise with the mind of a thirty four year old you precise i liked that movie out of that by the way we could billy madison is one of my favorite movies of all time it is agreement he had a good run of just classic movies history doesn't reflect kindly on billy madison as it should quality films i really you know what else is quality but ziprecruiter oh yeah yeah yeah yeah ziprecruiter hiring can be a slow process cafe alturas yo you know his name by now his name is dylan schools dylan and he needed to hire a director of coffee for his organic coffee company but he was having trouble finding qualified applicants so guess what he did antonio what do you do he switched ziprecruiter boy ziprecruiter doesn't depend on candidates finding you know what does it do that's right find them for you you you said that one out i know you don't have the copy you weren't sure if yourself better to sit it out if you're not sure you know why because it's technology identifies people with the right experience and invites them to apply where do your job how'd you know i know so you get qualified dates fast i said candidates there now often say candidates candidates candidates it now it's spelled phonetically should be candidates right but candidates is what you say it should be any all insane dylan posted his job on ziprecruiter and said he was impressed by how quickly he had great candidates apply he also use ziprecruiter's tate rating feature to filter his applicants so it could focus on the most relevant ones sorry i have coffee let's going down the wrong pipe and that's how dylan found his new director of coffee and hopefully this director can make a coffee that i don't choke guess what what it's me oh it's you it's me i was just getting you sam i know i'm gonna do remotely though yeah and he found dylan just found in just a few days yeah thanks zipper earlier with results like that it's no wonder that four out of five employers who post on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate candidate within the first day see why ziprecruiter is effective for businesses of all uses try ziprecruiter for free at our web address do you want to guess but that web address is anthony it is ziprecruiter dot com slash crate that's ziprecruiter dot com slash c. r. AT ziprecruiter dot com slash crate ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire that's why you're the director of cough that's right now this is going to be a fun segment in which we talk about food now i've asked chris cody to produce an open for this no chance masterfully by the way he created the dolphin stat of the day now has league gone bristol on us and hasn't cared about the mystery craters whatsoever there's one sound in the club for the radio show right if you like is there anybody on the planet that justice and some mystery crate and isn't aware of the radio i'd be very interested to see if that's true there's no way that can't be right but if you like the banter that you find on the mystery crepe check out the local hour as a part of the lebatardshow was stugatz feed it's the same shipping container nonsense only daily honestly it's hit agency subscribe rate review that's right it is the second installment of eating good with chris but it's not just throwing chris the whole crew today the whole crew are very special guest today is is he gutierrez as we are going to tackle italian food and now i texted izzy last night and i said what is your favorite absolute favorite kind of food and hits back with i'm actually at an italian restaurant now i gotta say it alien you that's not true okay that's not how that exchange went oh boy it was always say italian it's the most was comforting right and then in probably my role in confusing you is i took a picture of my table at dinner but we weren't at an italian restaurant in fact we the thomas keller restaurant surf club down here and i believe that's french it looked like lasagna that you see this is great so you sending me that text made me start thinking of of italian and so even though we were at a restaurant and i'm just like well he's known for this known for this i got the lasagna delicious setting up the fact that you came in today and then totally changed because rowing i x ray last night i was like all right he said italian food so let's we're going to italian food tomorrow is he comes in this morning you know what i think it's french signal italian food because you said italian we're trying to do just to set this up we got roy here we got anthony here we got billy here we got greg cody is actually in the building how a lifetime eater oh wait a minute eater did you guys do a ton of research on italian food and now you can talk about french food that's a fair point by you but i'm just more haired to talk about a time for i didn't need to do research whereas if he would've said french food i would have been looking at like french fries really do like a french restaurant online solis but you know i could have done french but i'm just not prepared so we're going to do italian next time we'll do can i say something i hear the word italian and is he mentioned the word lasagna i have to get something might chazan there's a trend i think it's a trend in italian cooking in in particular italian restaurants it used to be lasagna was ed sauce that was lasagna increasingly i don't know if anybody else has increasingly i've noticed that a lot of lasagna now is served in nice italian restaurants with beshir mel sauce the white sauce and greg i actually do know that because i went to prime fish and i had a lobster lasagna with that same delectable you you thought it was delectable i'm just i'm i'm old school old general but old school when it comes to cooking and culinary matters and to me lasagna has a red flag it's school italian is not just red sauce you have afraid of sauces whoa oh i know i love alfredo offered talking sauces in this genre food it's alka saw yeah i don't like the best of both worlds to sauce that's like what rosa is the wind is i know what it wants to be exactly the same page so there's times in the past where you know like i'm talking at home twenty two year old italian food where you mix are narrow and the alfred and you just call it a pink sauce right and that's delicious but see i've had the the aaad chaos and i don't think i've actually had like a great one ever and getting back to your special thing do you prefer like ricotta cheese and they're instead of like a cheese sauce 'cause best meals just so smooth i could had it right the lasagna had last night definitely had a big mouth so i just i like the tang of a great marinara that mary so well i think with a lasagna i love lasagna as long as it's got plenty of meat in it i'm not a vegetable as on your guy you know a great point was actually just brought up is not really called a sausage gravy it's been sumatera no the great quote unquote gravy sunday gravy they used to call it you're right technically he's right it makes a lot more sense actually now you mentioned ricotta now they're just like a proper way to say it i don't think i did actually my favorite one of my favorite things in a time food and i recently discovered this is a cheese pizza you add on top of it a little ricca and thinly sliced meal little ricotta and meatball pizza oh my god ma r- economy ball is like anthony just right they make they do like the little tiny meatballs rather than thinly sliced one amazing it doesn't really feel like i'm eating pizza it just feel was like i'm meeting sort of an open faced meatball sandwich so my only issue with the ricotta cheese is that it doesn't melt well so the trick is you go with the buffalo mozzarell- instead of the regatta yes topic anthony's been waiting for his whole life yeah we're just sits there like a lump of white mass most overrated item in the italian food genre now i'm gonna i'm gonna start off since everyone seems to be thinking spaghetti well spee spaghetti necessarily italian no you mean like the pasta yeah i i'm talking about like with red sauce like if i'm having a spaghetti and meatballs meet them all i would prefer a bow tie pasta appending a far far fillet singular pasta spaghetti type of pasta is just my least favorite the italian restaurant that fans yeah that's anytime i go to italian restaurant if i'm getting a pasta dish in it comes with spaghetti i'm changing now for i like alone pasta i prefer linguini any to your question to me what's overrated is the popper del th-the thicker pasta it can it it's too you know i i like a heavy the sauce to meat ratio in less pasta actually so if you show me a big wide popular dell it's it's like immediately think wow i'm gonna be bowl of pasta after ten bites you guys are just killing all of the name by the mona yada you need to like she's the one who says all the see the italian food products perfect yes yes did i mispronounced property was fine the four follow i wanted to sit this one out but i'm part italian guys who just blurts my grandfather my grandfather is second generation italian sicilian so i always had the the sunday pasta with a gravy the macaroni with a great face when i talked about the vodka sauce you don't like the vodkas TV kitchen said she's gonna make you feel like that one either rent macaroni i feel like that's her kitchen i don't care what you say brand new pots pans every week and this is the uh another word that she says beautifully that i love an italian food and i can't say this i'm just gonna say the way i say reseau northern elliot and i have recently fallen in love with the more northern italian type of sil- even though i'm cecelia my roots and i love a good read saws exploring other parts of italy have become i for my palate i agree with mike i think there's nothing better and i might just be a little busy here but a nice squid ink pasta tain rosado amazing you gotta get it at the right place else a sucker for really really just olive carbonara i mean just fresh hot just right out the i always want to find i wanna find the restaurant and i've seen it occasionally but when i do see them like al order something else you know when tone talion restaurant and they have the big bowl of cheese it looks like a community bowl of cheese but the pasta in there is usually carbonara and they're just mix this looks so delicious i just wanna eat the entire thing cheese someone come to my house and do this for me please there was no better comfortable italian no i i agree with that and you know what you know i i like to deconstruct a food every once in a while and what's totally underrated you take a long pause could be spaghetti you put you put on it nothing but crush black pepper parmesan cheese and olive oil in just just those three ingredients on the positive and i do agree with that spaghetti is overrated because if you have all these macaroni options why would you go with spaghetti there's a there's a part a mind is easy cannelloni totally oh how about manicotti i mean what's the difference between manicotti and cannelloni does it just the size i like self shells yeah stuff shows us to lean it's got tight little pocket right you don't know what's in there and just a little burst awesome surprise manicotti more baked the manicotti baked manicotti phrase yeah you know what i really like i'm probably going to pronounce this word to brought yoel witnessed stuffed rolled me that's really good of may that with cheese and spinach and everything in the middle it's just here's one thing that you got to and now i've just hijacked this segment here's one thing that and i think needs to be addressed when it comes to italian food that or chinese food it's the best food for leftovers it tastes better that are more more time it has time as a week later it's just the most amazing thing i've ever i'm glad you brought this back to chinese.

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"twenty second" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"twenty second" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"If you like your footy you're going to like it on this sunday sunday. Because on the sunday we have the bulldogs of the western footscray and another melbourne gala gala gala one thing at ballarat mas stadium versus the cross of the adelaide theory clo- cross do not fly in cold weather. How do we doggies alright three twenty. I'm wondering what will be sorta sorta for sunday august twenty five targets versus lions noticed a this could be the game of this will be the game of the round hoxha's fox's teams of the n._f._l. Lots smoking. I'm only picking reach me because the same but i'm dead came to say you have the lines playa say jay and last but not the least t it's the blackout game now. I'm gonna watch dr yards shift. Even the zombies mcdowell even watching the graveyard shift not in payment adelaide oval dhaka's walkers winter dhaka's versuns- they gotta do for us anti they're gonna do for ross coach gets actor now. Hold on you coach. They win free hi. This is what ayla we're done done done for tonight once again focus on facebook phones on twitter followers on instagram go to the facebook page. Ask questions review on our change last week. The review was interesting. Yeah it was it was a bit of interesting. It depends on what you glowing and i think it was in the lines of just trying to find it now. Jamie you do the outright while if on this quick <hes> we can message from las. We match roy moore talk about talk about stuff here. We go okay so we've done every writing on june. Four styles come on listeners. Get that up come on. I'll give you share that for every person who gives us say very personally gives us a quite next week on review will reveal details on the podcast next week so i can show you friends this from catha of h g lowbrow podcast podcast but people with low i._q.'s turned off after five minutes of hosts taking about coins in people's asses both leaking and number two it really gross but i think you are right this up because i think she wrote not people talking people taking so the whole thing about people with la queues at the podcast he's attracted to we target market hurt so if you wanna leave glowing review kathy get an audience. We love to hear about it for every person leaves. I review during this week <laughter> yours. We'll be right out on the next podcast. That's at least those foodies what he's the winner. Memorial is a love that more importantly hype the benny. Hill soundtrack doesn't come out for you. The more mobile football's the winner jamie hair. You love your football big. Fella peps i'll ask you. How do you like your football lights. Out ladies.

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"twenty second" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"twenty second" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"Look at your size during spoiled. It's almost it's almost true though we've had five so he's good wings all on now. He's at day's gonna be days already. Full departures from the sort of things already gone. I think the strong team to be losing their nah not really missing. We've already gone well the interesting nineteen from our perspective <hes> reason when they told him had an internal into an overview on and i think there should be external donegal. We knew it was broken. Record club puget on fraud. I know it it was probably the single worst game. I've seen since for us. Guys saves me. The rand of a pupae was just putrid when you know we had other scoreless quarter didn't get a message from you recorded then you not to score <unk> was quarter blending. This doesn't make a difference and then your going out and just by the game of thrones well. He's talking to lie and let me let me get it and then we'll stop this this again so so. Did you want to quickly chat about before we go into the game of thrones. What are you talking about the troubling traveling paradise absolute absolutely love what you do that thing then so only snus. Let's just say that the state of adelaide thank god that elon musk has invested. He's how that tree over there. Because this state is about to implode food and lose everything off to the crows and this is talking about puerto light van here after the cross with sixty six points against calling on saturday night orbit knocking them out of the fawn was rice when collingwood slammed on six an anti goals in the third time all had to do with play the cangas one goal luik previously to all his show them i top spot nar nar nar nar port decided to up the game a little and save up an i._t. Six point capitulation to north melbourne remember back to the story north kicked one goal all right whole game the week previous job he always just having even think of the aaron what else watching allied run around and and i was watching what allied riding around there was only one time tomorrow mind especially through moland when i saw that happening edited oh they'll benny hill thing you can put the footage of that guy on the benny hill and that's what by you've just some context as to how much so basically now i'm gonna. I'm gonna right at the end of the season doesn't make you probably want port adelaide with a huge thumping that colin would just delay we will bicycle you'll but ashore bit. No no no no with their hands as we've seen for the last five years decide to call it up not only did get vatan. We got beaten badly smashed north mobbing got two hundred sixty three disposals to one hundred forty three contested positions ninety not two to sixty sets up. That's a modest thirty. Two contested physicians uncontested one seventy four to one seven almost one hundred difference day uncontested tested mocks forty nine to twenty two clearances twenty to twelve and inside these thirty three and nine teen. I mean there is not a stat port. Good lies at all. I can say is that when you read that out and benny hill the stoop lying in the background. It's just football footy day. You've basically got a hole in other tame running around on the park. You're playing against such as the difference between every day interesting thing also is that when you watch the with melbourne guy wants day each going down to the full of on it was almost benny hill theme song going in the background and as you can hear on allison's tell me if any comments he's ause will not because he was ping winging. I'll turn the music off the edge to respond to video. Was it after that one but he was he was amazing and can i just say i'm gonna say these who says that goal kicking hard set chuck. Don't kicking is hard you can you go back and watch knbr employees guests. He has the markle holding run up forty five steps or something who ks as he's starting start on bridge road if you wouldn't if he was slaughtered monkey was get drunk on. Don't worry about the fancy stuff gonna kick bags but it was great to see a bag getting keats no yes it was. It was great to say listen. This deal like bags. All love begs especially a bad kick by big hairy dirty crusty fantastic eleven goals and kicked in the end. It was liberal was attain now. Eleven living was a living he kicked more goals important ally did for the whole team get used to it after he was awesome. I loved that he had six halftime authorities econo- on a it was a love a love bags loved you want. I'll tell you what i've got to share with you for. Wednesday is is thursday last week. I was just like going to the guy in this <unk> eddie had <unk> most likely going to win so i'm gonna go and just just watch it how how sad i know it and then <hes> mewa on forest metex and she is all hat cane and how locked in easy see these game and i said well have more tickets yet but the thing unless you something we'll have something booked so we spent the weekend we went down and had a friend first birthday party an an f. <unk> potty and she did a surprise thing we went to belarus which <hes> for the weekend and we were out saturday not watching that new watching the the ballot tantalizing servant hill all i can say is thank god i was not at this guy. I am i on forever thankful to my awash for booking something on this game because i can tell you. I don't know if i'd have a podcast hips. If i had gone to that oregon you would question though where you run by copying she i was trying to get my rod ross and it was getting trucked. I was checking checking our anti-fraud ross around the room like you've never seen my hands while trying to eat the food off my four and it was just like flinging behind me. It was bad always awesome. Watch from the middle of the third quarter to the to the end of the game and by the end of it ought to i was cheering for ken hinkley great to be sacked that not amazed he amazed he hasn't been sexiest well. Let's let's let's what moody after you get sect well as the second part of it i mean. Are we talking about poor deadline. You know we're gonna talk about quickly just at adelaide l. a. now you were done park lotta beckham. You got done park day. Who literally who serious consideration of being sacked this week and next week has already and you've also got four or five players who are going to be traded or aggressively moved on and mockery shooter who is a board member. Day has basically promised that's going to happen to adelaide breath on the other hand. I don't see another leave. They comply other than doing some some moves. They've tried it aggressively see the ken talking about you know young list in an injured list but i mean it's up to you to get the ply as up to play for spot and we've seen this now five seasons in roy where the plasma should be up on not up and running away. I'll just the thing that stuns me about all that light is you go and do what you do. One week a fig it was against essendon melbourne begun to save up that stink after you just you. It's almost like bali paul football level and you got assays <unk>. Oh yeah young players injuries but when it's now been five seasons i would have made all of those. We've let go some seriously good plies analyst ease. If anyone looks at list as football. You're shit jason kane jason tatum and you look at the results and go. How is this tape middling around non tenth and eleventh. I'm going to quickly run something boy you mentioned just i want to go from the bottom up and tell me if these teams piper teams coast not just nothing nothing melvin yes. There are pipe. It tests on pipe. I look good on paper and a great guy calvin. Yes sydney no sikua none free. I know i would say free either full complement on the park. That'd be pipeline north tricky one. <hes> either piping thinks i'm just i'm running through the alliance it can pharmacies applies only -solutely and allied yes the biggest pie team. That's running around and signed outside of the at the moment is hopeful.

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The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"twenty second" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Not in movie theaters where it is the rules aren't clear on how this is supposed to work i got into no armrest battle on the flight this weekend with my wife who i know in and live with and love we can communicate with each other and we still bet over the armrest i we kept both put on down you know they're real skinny you can't fit to arms on one of those things like you can in some movie theaters but i i'm with you i completely agree with with trae stance it's middle seat gets the right to both armies at a terrible fucking seat you get the arm rhys and if i'm a small female or even a little guy i guess i would be going for the middle seat if it's a comfortable seat in your small enough to where space isn't a big issue for you get both arms and that's a good spot to be in i don't like the window seat because i feel trapped then every time you get a p two people gotta get i'll always be an io guy but that being said i respect anybody else's decision to be a middle seat or window boy or girl i'll is my preference as well yeah well when you can get it it's the best in my opinion we got one more call here it is hey what's up awesome like mrs jeff from screw scrutiny texas one of the calling after your last segment i just need to breckenridge for the winter and actually snapped my femur snowboard doing some stupid shit and the train part but anyway monroe question is what are your thoughts on these combined facebook accounts for like the men and the women like share one facebook account.

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The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"twenty second" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"He's also known as oh or defect rat with the cheese and his name is lil because he's five feet tall so he's actually little you know there's a great song classic houston rap song it's on the ross bohlin podcast playlist on spotify backback moving on hotline calls we got to this week or not this week but for this particular podcast for this episode for bp deuce deuce we got two calls because we're doing everything into here's the first one hey guys trae from philly weather podcast you guys have touched on this a little bit but airplane etiquette obviously don't stand up in the plane lands but little deeper than that i was really on a flight back to philly and i had that middle seat had absolute battle this guy for both arms and this is the way i i feel like that that it goes and i don't know if you guys agree or not but i think the i'll see gets more legroom that's their benefit middle seat which is the worst gets both on and then the window seat gets the window they control that'll area this guy was just being a real real dick and i had to really fight him i just didn't say anything but you know if you moves his arm as was right there taking it right back guys thought skew the good work dude the armor battle is so real trade thanks for calling shot out the philly the this is a problem for me in movie theaters a lot of time to on on planes i'm always an guy because i've got long legs and i'm tall in this just.

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The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"twenty second" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Yes god only knows how much they are a lot of lobbying is shocking that there's not ten casinos downtown it's crazy i don't know why but it's the only thing that doesn't like that isn't lawless in harris like everybody knows the casinos the house always wins everybody knows that you're idiot if you think you're gonna roll into a casino and just dominate like it happens on occasion but that's called look here is even more so than any other casino i've been to in granted i haven't been debates the only ones i've been to in the bahamas you feel like you've lost already like you know what i mean you you have to go into harrah's the feeling you get your like this place is rigged they've got me but it's still fun like craps is still fun you just never gonna win money hair for some reason more than any of the i guess i've been to four five different casinos now it's the only one where i would just it was it felt like a foregone conclusion that i was already screwed so okay we'll check it out everybody should you'll like it next segment houston rap song of the week this week's is lil o l i l just like little wayne or little flip or any of the other lillo just the letter oh the song is titled back back little oh is a an original member of dj screw screwed up click the s you see as many of the people we have had a the artists that have created the houston rap song of the week on this podcast have been members of the as you see just for some background on little oh he was born with legal name or which is where the comes from magnus lawson in nineteen seventy seven in lagos nigeria but he was raised in southwest houston texas.

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The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"twenty second" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Actually one trying to sell you narcotics in a sketchy area would this lawless and like but yet somehow everyone's heard these stories everyone keep doing it time there's a bachelor party i had forty for members of this bets the party try and by drugs you're not going to actually get failed they all fail not you're not going to get cocaine on bourbon street it's not going to happen these dudes make a living by selling dumb ass white people fake drugs don't do it just don't do it you don't need it first of all drink and a hand grenade is the same thing as doing a line get a five hour energy in anger nayed you'll you'll be plenty of you just fine yeah stay away from the don't come on you gotta be smarter than that but we're all not everybody knows at least one person who's tried this it's it's i don't know if it's like the general lawlessness of the city is consumed the bachelor party that goes to charlotte or nash that doesn't have some guy on the on the street offers you cocaine i just i think most guys like no i'm good compared to the people that are looking for cocaine you don't buy it from a stranger on the street like you find a way to do it yeah you find somebody the guy the hotel you do something i don't know i've never bought cocaine but this is either so reason when you're in new orleans you've just instantly like yes yes deal place i've ever been in my entire life that leads to this kind of a bad decision making lack of in addition whatever it is is sent marcus texas and that's that's because i went to college there and for some reason this is a real thing when you go into san marcos and you hit the square which is where all the bars aren't stuff it's a different type of energy it's something that overpowered you in makes you less responsible it is bizarre but it is a very real magic and that same magic exists in new orleans but to a much greater extent put that's the only other place i've ever shout out to texas state university it's the only other place of.

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The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"twenty second" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"He was on june eleventh of eighty eight he administered a lethal overdose of intravenous medication to a patient he admitted to killing several other patients at saint barnabas including an aids patient who died after being given an overdose of insulin so this dude got himself into a position where he was supposed to be a medical professional helping people with their sicknesses with their injuries and such instead he was using that as an opportunity to commit mass murder and it goes on and on and on online you can read about all of the different terrible should these done in he left that first hospital in january of ninety two when hospital at daugherty's began investigating who had contaminated iv bags at the hospital the investigation determined that he was most likely responsible resulting in dozens of patient deaths but i guess they didn't have enough at that point to like bring charges or whatever so he just kept going so get online read about charles coghlan if you really wanna find out about the type of sickos that can occasionally be born into this world the dude in this why don't trust doctors trust him i don't know these people you know you got to be real careful with who you let tell you what to put into your body medicine wise or whatever just and we got apparently back in you know there early eighties nineties we weren't doing too good of a job a screening who got to be in charge shall i visit hospitals hopefully there's no more this going on but that's the serial killer you haven't heard of charles coghlan truly a sick disturbed individual if you wanna go deeper down the colon rabbit hole it gets very very dark feel free to do so on your own time.

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The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"twenty second" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"'cause i'm going to be it's on you if you don't enjoy light you went in with the raw mindset or something this is the funniest movie and i won't give anything away that's it it's almost heroes go watch it get it on this with me next segment serial killers you haven't heard of this week's is a guy named charles cullen he's a real sicko and some of you may have heard of this guy if you're from the area if you're from new jersey i am not so i hadn't heard of him i didn't know about this dude at all but charles edmund cohen born february twenty second nineteen sixty was a former nurse who is the most prolific serial killer in new jersey history in his suspected to be the most prolific serial killer in american history he confessed to up to killing up to forty patients during a sixteen year nursing career but in subsequent interviews with police and psychiatrists in journalists it became clear that he probably killed many many more people than he even admitted to a lot of whom he couldn't even remember my name name though he could often remember the details of how he killed him or how they died experts have estimated that colin may ultimately be responsible for four hundred deaths which obviously would make him the most prolific serial killer in american history this guy was the youngest of eight children his father was a bus driver in was fifty eight when charles was born fifty eight that's an old man to be having kids and obviously didn't go well he died when colin was seven months old he has described his childhood as miserable he i tried to kill himself at the age of nine by drinking kinnock als from a chemistry set.

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The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"twenty second" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"That's all i'll say about the scene but it's an all time or the movie as a whole i don't think anybody saw this thing mean of handful of my buddies of watched it many many many times like some of my best friends from high school and we fucking love it we still reference it constantly there's a ton of great quotes i i don't know what else to put it i mean i'll give you a little bit of the plot so matty period plays a guy named leslie edwards who's this kind of dip shit aristocrat and chris farley plays a low brow like tracker named bartholomew bartholomew hunt in they these to team up and compete against lewis and clark defamed what do you call these people explorers famed explorer yeah to be the first to make it across the united states to the pacific ocean so that's the premise of the film chris farley and matthew perry leading an expedition to try to beat lewis and clark across the country to this to the pacific and as you can imagine hilarity ensues but i mean it is just it's one of the more ridiculous films ever made and you gotta watch if you've seen it you know exactly what i'm talking about but i'm betting there's not many of us that's this week's own appreciate underappreciated movie almost heroes from nineteen ninety eight i do not know if this is anywhere like on streaming services i don't think it's on netflix or hbo i think you're gonna probably have to pay like two bucks to rented or something off i tunes but promise you it's worth it i will not like guarantee your money back or pay you back if you don't enjoy it i'm just not going to do that.

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The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"twenty second" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Rap lyrics yeah that was suggested by listening to that wasn't even straight for me that's i if i had to pick a yuji case on i don't know if that's the one i would have gone with and i'm glad it is the one we went with because it is definitely one of the more absurd once you g k cocaine in the back of the ride show to richard strong for the inevitable remix that's coming soon i cannot wait for that although i don't know if there's a music video for cocaine in the back of the right hopefully there is so that we can get this this you know edited version of it for our purposes that was mike reading rap lyrics we're onto the next segment underappreciated movies we talked about heavyweights in our bp twenty and a listener made the suggestion that we do a segment similar to that one this just called under appreciated movies oh here we are and i've got another great one it's called almost heroes it was in nineteen ninety eight comedy directed by guy named christopher guest and narrated by his friend and frequent collaborator harry shearer starring chris farley and matthew perry this was chris farley's last leading film role in was released after he frigging died in nineteen ninetyseven so it largely flew under the radar i think it flops big time in theaters it's not how do i put this it's not good but it's great like it's not a good movie but it's fucking hilarious you really just have to kind of you got to go into this one knowing what you're getting it's extremely goofy but it's peak chris farley it's i mean there are some scenes that will have you like teared up laughing but it's very very silly and juvenile there's a particular scene were chris farley is attempting to retrieve an eagles egg from the eagle's nest in order to save matthew perry's life he needs this eagles egg for some kind of native american concoction.

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The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"twenty second" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Sure steve could probably her of us us which whatever in i go off in the car man to a ton of rap but every once in a while it'll be some shit like system of a down or creed and i don't care i don't care what anybody thinks this so i get going gets me in the right mindset gets the juices flowing so let loose in the shower in the car whatever you can do to start your day off on a positive note with some energy in some momentum going in the right direction so that you can accomplish as much as possible that is my new strategy to implement in your day to day life we're going to get into our next segment it it's an exciting one mike reading rap lyrics in the song of chosen for this week is yuji k cocaine in the back of the ride mike take it away pimp c bitch so what the fuck is up step wrong player and i'll take your fucking nuts got more dope than a pharmacy ho got a job with the city bitch i'm shoveling snow south texas motherfucker that's where i stay getting pussy from these bitches every god damn day kick it with the trill player and you best not trip but the caddy crossed the pier and kick the gangsta nip sellin wait get it straight fucked him twenties and tens only love my fucking mama know her and her friends motherfucker either down or the motherfucker ain't if you a bitch ain't than your dick is in the paint and if you're if you're gal look fine you better hide the bitch 'cause if i find her i'm gonna fuck and make her suck my dick and that goes for your mama and your sister to and if i'm locked down than that shit might go for you god don't try to get no false nuts i take him sucker fucking around with c you'll be a dead motherfucker player only seventeen but i'm running the show cilla dope from the wheezy anna down to elsa gunderson.

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The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"twenty second" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Keeps us in business here so get on there and support it quick explanation we started off with a segment back in the day the first one we did was called anxiety anecdotes an anecdote is defined as short amusing or interesting story about a real incident or person in the first one that made sense that segment then that same it kind of became anxiety antidotes as we were giving out antidotes that would soothe or small solve your anxiety like the kuroshio see video or image in heaps canvas music video but i forgot to change the name of the segment or add antidote instead of anecdote and somebody pointed that out so i just wanted to clarify look it's either or just roll with it and adult anecdote they sound the same we're trying to solving zayed here not be grammatically perfect that being said thank you to whoever that was pointed out shout out to a member of the rb p fam jared c dudes on spring break right now just jamming rvp and eating edibles and wandering around in nature salute gotta respect that stick around at the show at the end of the show for more very important announcements we're gonna get into our first segment here new strategies to implement in your day to day life there are two that i want to talk about today but the kind of go together the first one is dancing in the shower in the morning.

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"twenty second" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"twenty second" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Welcome to episode twenty two of the ross bowl and podcast otherwise known as our bp deuce deuce i'm your host draws bowl in here with producer michael winer i ross happy wednesday happy wednesday indeed was still in the pool house still doing our thing this is the rose bowl and podcast where mike and i have intense discussions on everyday topics and also talk and laugh about absolutely anything and everything that is funny does you do not have to have listened to any of the preceding episodes in order to enjoy this one though we do recommend that if you like the show you go back and listen to the mall as to not miss out on the inside jokes or running jokes or anything like that as a listener of our bp you get a special discount on some of the clothes myself and the other great people at grand x have made which are vailable at rowdy gentlemen dot com the brand is called rowdy gentlemen our spring two thousand eighteen collection is out you can look at it the entire thing on radhi gentleman dot com it goes without saying that again warm weather and sunny skies are either here already or coming if i don't know if you live on a part of the world where the season is different or some shit but that's eventually it should be summer unless you're in like antarctica alaska i i don't know again for the people where it does get warm you can use the code eat fresh at checkout on ready gentlemen dot com and get ten percent off your entire order just for being an rb p listener so get on their check out the new spring two thousand eighteen collection gear up on swim trunks t shirts hats that'll give off the vibe you're on vacation forever rowdy gentleman dot com.

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