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In Order To Change Minds, You Have To Overcome Heard Immunity

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

04:44 min | Last week

In Order To Change Minds, You Have To Overcome Heard Immunity

"Peeps. So today I want to talk about how to change minds. And in order to change Minds you have to overcome herd immunity. Now, I'm not talking about heard heard immunity as in what happens if everybody gets, That kind of hurt immunity. Anyways, I was working and I got this call and somebody says hey, it's Kim there. It's my wife wage. And I said no. Oh, well, you know, I just wanted to talk to you about the fact that with all the police and defunding, you know, we're collecting money blah blah blah, and I said Hey, listen, we don't and as I was talking about he kept talking in other words. It wasn't a real person. It was a robocall and so I hung up. Right when I hung up on another phone call comes in and it's another salesman set this time. It's a real guy. Now this podcast is more of a rant than lesson but hopefully you can find some golden nuggets in it. So the salesman comes right out of the gate and says, hey do you ever take birth records? And I'm going no, I don't. Oh well, have you taken him in the past? Would you consider taking them now? It's like no, I generally get most of my payments from EFT electronic funds transferred checks. Now, I didn't want to get into it that you know, I do take credit cards, but and the, you know, if you thought about it, you know you with the changing environment the way that the world is going right now, you know people are going to want to stretch their dollars and pay you via credit card just like no I don't want to do it and he says, do you know anybody that could use what I sell you off? And I said dude, it's not my Niche. I work with big B2B businesses. I don't work with business-to-consumer. That's where most of the credit card processing happens. He says off. Hey, have you ever thought about expanding your Niche and business-to-consumer? And I said no, I just shrunk it and so he just kept going on and on and on so three things came to my mind is this guy was talking. The first thing is he was not listening to me. He didn't even try to build any kind of relationship. He was completely heard immune. He did not hear a single thing that I said and it takes time to get people to listen to you too. Slowly to change their point of view a good sales person listens twice as much as they talk but this guy went the opposite direction by 10 a.m. I said to him I said, you know, I belong to some networking groups and one of them meets locally. Maybe you might want to come to one of those meetings and I told them about it and he says, oh that took her jaw. I know everybody that your gender the past or I grew up in the town and yada yada yada and it's like dude. No, you don't get it. It's not affiliated with the church. It's a networking group that meets them and he kept going on about how he knows everybody. So what I tried to do in my mind is slowed down to say okay, how do I get this guy to listen to me and to understand that trust takes time. So I asked him I said, have you ever been burned by a referral cuz oh, yeah, this one guy recommended them and you know completely took advantage of all these people and yada yada yada and it was really bad and he just kept going on and on and on and on and finally said so, you know the short answer to your question is yes, and I said, okay, but you know, the bottom line is if I'm going to refer you, I need to know who you are and what you offer and that you're going to fulfill what it is and that's why we need to build a relationship first need as well. No. No, you can trust me. I mean, I've got all these people to trust me. I've made all these great deals and I said look, you know, I know what you do. I've been part of an organization that job Actually use your type of service and he goes, oh, I hope they didn't did my competitor because you know, they're robbing them. They're taking advantage of them. Will you weren't part of that word you you know, it's like, oh man off can this get any worse?

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Men and Women in Genesis 2 with Hannah Anderson

Knowing Faith

05:41 min | Last week

Men and Women in Genesis 2 with Hannah Anderson

"So let's just go ahead and go right at it because this is something that I feel like I've heard and I remember I heard this growing up not from my father he had better sense than that. But I heard this from other men in a church that I was growing up in will look guide created man I hear and that is that means that men should be that there I in society their first everywhere else this is what God intended because the of the ordering of creation God created man I hear are we to make something out Of this and if so what have been the what have been the wrong interpretations of this and what are some of the ways that immediately when we start off here if we start off on the wrong foot that's going to influence the rest of how we view this passage I mean Hannah are we to make anything out of man being created. First Year. I think if we actually read the passage, man is created i. This is what I mean. So often and just word. Because I it certainly looks like. This is how I liked to approach things. It's like here's ABC and I'm GonNa say let's go see. So let's find see one of the things that we struggle with when we come and start ask questions of this passage is our questions are formed not necessarily by the tax but by our context so we bring questions that we want answers to that had been shaped by our kind of cultural and sociological experience and. When I say that man was not created I, I mean that the garden was created i. so the creation was created I and you can't understand or even begin to ask questions about the man and woman until you understand the placements and they're calling to the world at large. So I think a lot of times when we come, we bring these questions about the relationship between men and women and they are constructed. By a lifestyle is very detached from the earth and is very detached from larger creation, and so we come with questions that are shaped by radical individualism and kind of a distance and a detached from the rest of the creation. So we come asking these kind of oppositional questions about men versus women rather than looking for an answer that makes sense of more of an organic relationship, not only with each other but with. The creation as well, and so before we even get to the question of manding created women's creation, we have to understand that they emerged out of a creation that already had order and logic within it before they came on the scene. So the reality is something like the category of maleness and female nece existed before human man and human woman came listening. We'll let's pause right there because I think that's pretty significantly said. Because I think that you're one hundred percent right that when we get to creation the creation story if we if we if we are going to zoom pass all of the logistics questions, we've done a previous episode about how Genesis One is primarily answering the questions of who created why not. How the method questions. But if we zoom past those typically resume, pass them to get to the creation of Adam and Eve right we're like we're right there. So it's like, yeah, guide created everything. He created. Yeah, Yada Yada Yada Yada. Okay. There's some stars. There's a heavenly body which is not a good tagline for sale evidently to JEB. But. But, there is the creation of man and woman and that that somehow that's that's where the juice is. That's where the meat is. Let's get there as fast as possible, but you're saying and I think this is really helpful point and I don't think it's something that I have even considered significantly, which is these categories of maleness and female female nist that. Are Now going to be distinctively. Would we say applied to the unique creation of Adam and eve? Is that the right way to say that? Well, Adam and eve absolutely are distinct from the rest of the creation I think this is a flaw when people begin to think and natural law categories where they begin to think about how male and female nist. Operates in broader creation the temptation is just to apply that to human beings and say, well, male birds do this female birds. This therefore, humans operate out there male female females at, but you're right there is distinct calling of the man and woman, and that informs their maleness and their female rather than the reverse. So you have two things happening where they. Are In partnership emerging out of this creation that already has a logic that came from the creator to begin with. But then they are being tasked as the Co regents of this creation, they are being entrusted with the very thing that they emerged from, and so you do have this kind of paradox in play where they are not separate from the creation. And yet, they are acting as image bearers ruling and reigning over the guard and carrying caretaking for this arden. So I think it's important. We asked him former questions that were aware of both sides of the paradox

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Ever Hire The Right Person For The Wrong Job

voiceFirst careers

04:37 min | Last month

Ever Hire The Right Person For The Wrong Job

"So this is a quick shout out. One things. Look I'm hired a lot of people. You've heard me mention that. I've hired some amazing people in my career. And some. Not. So amazing right. But The ones that stand out in your mind you know when you look back over it. Everybody's got a story right? You have a story, I have a story. I remember some great stories of being hired on some impossible tasks in pulling it off. I I don't recall if I mentioned. I was a consultant at Lexus Nexus. I was hired in as a business analyst. As working for actually software consulting firm. In they got me a role at Lexus Nexus near Dayton Ohio. In there was just an amazing adventure but. During the interviewing process. My immediate superior had another candidate. That he preferred or SOM- told. In the. His boss. was very pleased with the woman who was leaving the role and she was trying to we call backfill. She's trying to back fill her position with me because we worked at the same consulting for. Him The. The boss, the project. The highest level that I was interacting with he looked at my skill set and he said, well, you know, I don't see all the. The seashell Bourne Shell the. UNIX. now called devops, the UNIX system administration, the programming I you know I don't see that strength on. On his resume. In. The person who is trying to get me back filled was like ill, it's here. You know it's Kinda hidden under the covers you know because of this role he can do X. because a y you can do z. kind of thing and was making the argument for me. And, that's that's why you as talent trying to get hired is you have to have a conversation with the hiring manager. It's that simple if you're going through the HR department to get a job. It's it's like you going into fight with your hands tied behind your back as not a fair fight by any means. So. I said all that to say. What can you do if your talent to get hired as you can put your best foot forward? How do you do that? It's not with the resume. You send him a resume its going into an applicant tracking system. I'd say nine out of ten times. If not more, it's almost guarantee in the ATS is Ben Tuned to the point where It's told give me the top three or four candidates for this position. and. If there's any reason to eliminate you say a mommy gap. You. Raisin a kid or apparent gap taking care of a parental unit Keva lemonade yourself. You WanNa, send your linked profile your linked in profile. Your chance to say, Hey, here's what I can do. Here's what I've done. Here's why I'm the best person for that position. and. If you hiring manager look, you need somebody that can hit the ground running right? Hr was put all these lofty ideals into the job requisition. You know we'd like it. If you had a Nobel peace prize would like it. If he had six PhD's, we'd like it if Yada Yada. Yada. In the hiring managers like look I promise the company that might division, my department, my group would produce X. and we're nowhere near there because we're down a man or two or three. Me and being a species not sex. And so. Hiring managers you need to reach out so I can put you in touch with talent. That makes sense for what you're trying to accomplish says making some sense.

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FaZe Jarvis Plays Fortnite Again After 1 Year Anniversary Of Getting Banned By Epic

The Center Ring esports podcast

04:49 min | Last month

FaZe Jarvis Plays Fortnite Again After 1 Year Anniversary Of Getting Banned By Epic

"You know Tim a to talk Ford night from time to time. So I'm glad we get him to do it. We are few POD. Though. For those of you that don't remember there was a player on face face Jarvis that streamed himself cheating. To show in his words to show how easy it was to cheat in fortnight and he was making it a youtube video. So intentionally, did it intentionally streamed it stupid I. Thank you. I know there's a lot of advocates for him. Thought it was a dumb thing to do anytime. You Cheat in a game you're gonNA wrist assault yourself from being permanently banned it look they came down with the harsh penalty on him in the sense that they are not going to abandon. He is permanently banned from playing for night at least onstream. Obviously, they're not gonNA be able to stop him upstream from creating multiple counts so. Just, the other day he tweets out I'm back I'M GONNA play for at night tonight basically double Fu to the epic. Developers in said GonNa play Fortnight An. So the high built up around this and got a lot of likes was trending on Youtube that Jarvis back and Yada Yada Yada he streams for thirteen minutes before. His band kicks in those the can't see me I'm doing this in quotes ban the reason this is. In its early speculation on land. That was totally staged that whole thing was a hundred percent in my mind a staged video made for you to it didn't go to a ban screen at just said he been logged out which in my mind makes me believe somebody else just logged into his account in another computer another room to kick him out. It happened like thirteen minutes and it was the perfect youtube reaction video. I mean you might as well have had courage Maven in all these guys in there yelling it was that hyped when he got band. To me just a it was made for cliques. They got the impression out of it. It did what it was supposed to do, but it was bogus data was so fake I one hundred percent I mean first off a new Josh I don't I don't know if it was faked because phase such a genuine organization. Especially, on the content creation side I mean nothing they do is staged or exaggerated or setup not at all not at all phases. Super honest in that regard. From, the beginning. I have here I. Don't know how this is going to sound because I'm playing it through my phone. This is when Jarvis got caught the first time and he did his apology video. So this this audience you know it sounds. Apologies if this doesn't sound good especially from a game, you know love so much like. This I never thought. I'd have to. ICON speak. You know I have who wanNA. Like John to be able to play for my again. That's all I WANNA do is play for I. You know I just wanted to do your white truly loved the most in life, and so there's a quick snippet. There's like seven minutes of it and you get the point he was like bawling his eyes out during his apology video and then like within forty eight hours and make another clips and he's laughing and they're doing their bit where they're like, well, why yes. Phase do, phase up no hate. I. Don't want to I don't hate anyone, but if I had to hate someone. Jarvis would probably be my top ten. His reason forgetting band was incredibly done to begin with in now just the way that this is like. Gone is just a big publicity stunt is how I feel in. So I mean look I don't hate him at all like I. Really Don't hate him. He has an effective is literally I've thought of Jarvis phase drivers twice in my life. This moment now and when he was banned the first time other than that, I've never heard of him. I don't know really know what he does at phase he could be the mail for you needed him to do this to make it worth it to keep them on. You know on on the payroll. To do something big, it was big in accomplished. What they were supposed to do. It was just it's funny. 'cause I know there's a lot of people out there that believe it was it was real like there are a lot of twelve year olds which is. Large. Audience to like you know it's a fun video for them. So they did a good job in that retrospect but. A bullshit stage video at the end of the day right like any. Normal adult will watch that India like. They did this for clerks pretty fast or pretty effect, but the twelve year olds eat it up. So. Famous phase up phase up.

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Dont Mess Up Your Recovery

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

05:25 min | 2 months ago

Dont Mess Up Your Recovery

"Hello Mike Brands Welcome to episode Number One, Hundred Twenty six of the addiction unlimited podcast. I'm your coach, Angela Pugh. Thank you for hanging out with me today listening to the pod today. We're GONNA talk about some of the most common ways I see people when they are trying to stop drinking and just can't get it to stick right. Some of the most common ways we screw up or sobriety, and one thing I want to be clear on with this many of these are not struggles specific to addiction, right? These are struggles specific to being human. But we focus on recovery. So I'm going to make it fit with that but this is not a thing that we have and nobody else has it right? These are all things that everybody struggles with in every area of life. Some of our greatest obstacles in this journey are just human nature. We're all super committed to the big change we want to make in the beginning it's easy to be committed in the beginning you feel good your motivation is high on top of your game. The hard part is staying committed for the long game. In this is something that ninety eight percent of the population struggles with. I. Just made up that number by the way I don't know. I would say might be more than that. But so does it yourself up about it like there's something wrong with you there's nothing wrong with you. It takes practice to learn how to do things differently than you've done them for your whole life or for many years. These habits and mistakes will also pop up in different parts of Your Life at different times for me. I've made huge strides in being committed when I want to achieve something and that doesn't mean that I'm easily committed in every area of my life. Okay. I'm fantastic with commitment and dedication to my sobriety, and I'm pretty good at it with entrepreneurship because I'm a workaholic and my work is so much fun. So that's kind of easy for me. But I really struggle when it comes to other things. Time management isolation food sugar. I still fall into the trap of binge-watching, a new TV show when I should be recording a podcast or creating social media graphics or returning phone calls, and then I get way behind on things and I don't feel good about it and start beating myself up about it and Yada Yada Yada. We're not perfect creatures that will do things perfectly and make the right decision one hundred percent of the time and never make mistakes and never hurt each other's feelings and always do the right thing. Forget that thought. It's not about trying to do everything right all the time. It's about consistently learning from the decisions and actions that don't work and consistently making an effort to do the things that are good for you and make you a happier person. And you have to do it like a million times to get good at it. I get the feeling sometimes that we have this misconception that if we do things a few times, we should be finished like I went to a five or six times so I should be cured. or I worked out for two weeks. So I should totally be in shape. I ate healthy four meals. So I should have lost that ten pounds. I put in five job application so I should have a job by now. We are hard wired for instant gratification in that definitely makes things a bit more challenging, but it won't you to start thinking about it as a long game instead of a short game think about it like the actions you take today may not give you instant results. But you know by doing the right things over and over again, you're building your future in creating long-term relief in results. So, let's dig in to this list I. Put together. Number One. You've heard me say two million times. Being noncommittal meaning, you are not making an actual commitment to stop drinking. Many of us want to stop drinking for a little while. We make deals with ourselves that will stop for thirty days or sixty days or ninety days, and then you're shocked when you start drinking again and it goes terribly The truth is you wouldn't be stopping drinking if you were able to drink in moderation, right? None of us would do that if we could control it, we would. and. The unfortunate part of this lack of commitment is that it puts you in a position of having to constantly. All Day long every single day of your life you're having to decide over and over again whether or not you're going to drink. and honestly it's exhausting. Nothing will wear you down faster than being in a nonstop argument with the committee about drinking or not drinking.

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"yada yada" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"yada yada" Discussed on WEEI

"Attendance could dwindle and they might not go to a good enough bowl game and yada yada yada, but In terms of the big boys schools. You know those kids from a singular standpoint? Don't move the needle on why that stadium is packed. And why those TV ratings or where they are now? Certainly you need all of them to be a good football program and to equate into full stadiums and to equate but Look, I'll tell you this couple years ago. You want to check out one of my favorite nomad episodes ever. It was going to Rocky top for Tennessee Volunteers game, man. Did I have a good time? Oh, boy, Did I have a good time? 95,000 people inside Rocky Top, the ban the fans checkerboard. It was just everything I could've wanted. It was everything that I loved. And they were in the middle of another under welling Butch Jones season. It didn't matter. Okay, there wasn't 102 there. There were still 94,000 people there that it was an underwhelming middling season under a very unpopular head coach. That's the way it is in college football. So if all these stars end up, leaving because, well, we want to save our bodies for the NFL season for the NFL draft. God bless. I certainly don't resent you. But It's not going to affect why people watcher don't watch this year's college football season. 855 to 1 to four CBS 855 to 124227 You want to hit me up on the phones? Twitter D A on CBS when we come back. What did we learn from Clippers and Mavs as the Clippers eliminate.

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"yada yada" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

08:03 min | 2 months ago

"yada yada" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

"That's the use of paranormal means or intervention to determine guilt or innocence. So really that winds out what A. What a which trial truly is. So in that case, multiple people were there who witnessed switch trial basically, they marched this woman out cemetery dig out her husband's grave, pull them out is the seventeen fifties he's going to be pretty crusty when they do talk out a skull she likes her hand on it. We should pull their hand away. It's supposed come away bloody if she did it, she knows that it that sort of. It will be her husband reaching for from the grave to say, Hey, something's up if he pulls it away clean, she gets away Scot Free There's very well documented evidence that most people were there when this happened. So therefore, it makes it into the WAX Saugus tour. there's a very popular restaurant up in Concord North Carolina along the tour route where nearly all the wait staff of experienced this exact same phenomenon and the. Restaurant was also attacked by something in in eyesight of other people so that like I is my single only determining qualifier is has more has more than one person seen this happen a senior car whatever it may be. Okay so tell us the story about you said, you had some kind of paranormal experience. So did you see a ghost somewhere or at some time in your life? So the sort of paranormal ability I would say that I have well, it's very minimum was unlock when I was around five or six I don't remember the exact age adult member exactly what happened but I do have a very vivid memory happening. during the summers when I was off from school, my grandparents would look after me during the week because, of course, my parents are at work. So my grandmother's front living, room wall is basically what I call a wall of windows. It's a three by three panel took up. Most of all. You could see just about the entire yard, there's a column coming out wall and then a glass storm door slurs a bit. You can't see. But ninety percent of the arteries see just from that wall of Windows. Some laying there and it literally is a dark and stormy summers day when this happened can't help it is what it is. but I remember my interior intuition thing. Tim Look Up. So I do on the very left side of my grandmother's front lawn a glowing figure of white light. It looks exactly like a Human Chatto, but it's made of white light. There's close it doesn't have a face just imagine glowing wildlife. They begin to nonchalantly walk out across my grandmother's lawn. So look us and I'm watching it walk. Out across laws and is it move to the right side where have to roll on on the floor to finish watching it go out across the right side it's gone now that age I realized only crazy people see the sort of thing does say a word about it. I. Come from a family of what I would call nonbelievers. So don't say a word about it. Years later, this was probably twenty twelve. When my grandmother passed away, we were cleaning up the house to turn into a rental property. Now, told the story aunt just like I told you right now. is she stops she goes you know your grandmother saw the exact same thing you did She was just an open doorway to kitchen back behind you I guess you didn't notice her and of course, we couldn't say anything do you you're too young scare you and the rest of us just kind of forgotten about it. Now, the thing that sort of ingrains this idea that it's genetic, all that sort of thing in me is that my grandmother's the only coach. To my recollection ever actively said to me. Tim. I saw those rows younger Yada Yada she's the only definite connection I can make, and we both saw that saint entity that morning walk out across the front lawn. So that was pretty much the unlocking moment for me I've had multiple. Over the past eight years in my parents house and it's quite frankly of my opinion that there is when I say gravy think headstone that's I'm saying unmarked unmarked has been there a very long time. I believe there's someone underneath the house and there's been a couple of sort of aggravating scenario where the spirit has acted up. In fact, my mom who's a vehement non-believer started making jokes. She's GonNa buy Ligi boarding use it. Well. She obviously made the spear angry and when afternoon it through a set of glasses that are from straight from inside the cabinet. Shop them out at her, and she stopped making those jokes after that occurred. So this is under your parents house. You said that you think there's somebody buried under there. That's what I personally believe. Yes. Is there anything to back that up like? Did the people on the House before your parents did your parents living from the time it was new. So to my knowledge historically I, don't know anything that says there should be somebody underneath there. That's what I'm saying it's probably a body from a long long time ago where there would be a record of it. So the interesting thing is, is that the the the House that all of this has occurred in was bill in two, thousand, seven to two, thousand eight took about a year for it to be completed. We live next door in my grandparents house while it was being built. So you know standing in the living room, we could see all this construction going on. The interesting thing is, is that my grandmother during the year houses being built would complain shoot have this nightmare of quote the devil watching for sleep, which she would describe a sleep process wakeup not be able to move all she could do like mover is around to look at the ceiling. All the sudden out of a peripheral vision shadow would step to the edge of the bed lean over her. Stay for however long during this period of course, you can't tell time. Eventually, it would lean back up backwards and should be able to sit up again now that's weird whatever my parents. Hey you know that was her she's on medicine sort of thing if any kids are listening if your parents tell you that they're not telling you the truth, don't listen to it. from from that time on three or four times like this happens we'll in my parents house I've had the exact same experience asleep process to. So the shadow stepped on the preview profile vision looks down at me same sort of story and it was only probably about a year ago that I connected the dots together. When the house is being built a significant amount of land with pushed around. A tractors bulldozers, that sort of thing. So the land was disturbed. So there's somebody beneath the house. There's a significant movement of dirt and land right there. So it'd be enough to make them angry to me a little bit about the tour. What does it entail if somebody wants to go on your tours? What what happens? So it's an hour long it's pretty much truncated. Most ghost tours will be about two hours. That's too much. So our an hour long, but they're very pack fold information about Timothy Twelve stories on each tour. And they're going to be a little bit of anything and everything. So we don't go more than a fifteen mile radius four-storey material and store should really say case because all of it well documented. Paranormal events. Having said that. We'll stop along if there's a particularly haunted spot that we can stop at the rest of it's going to be hey, we're going to tell you about this here. If you wanted to go see it, here's how CNN and and like I was saying we start at. SPA A we go typically a block up and down main street and returns to the same spot. We started from pointing stuff out along the way. So it's about a twenty percent of a history tour where we'll say, hey, we'll passing the original post office issues to be the train station back in the day, and we'll give a ghost story if we have a good credit credible source for it. But it's very quick very to the point. We don't use any ghost hunting equipment nothing like that I described as the Anti Ghost tour.

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Are You Convincing Yourself Youre Not An Alcoholic?

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

05:18 min | 3 months ago

Are You Convincing Yourself Youre Not An Alcoholic?

"That floats around all over the Internet I've seen a million times, and it is so powerful, and I saw it the other day, and it always kind of sticks with me right but. The other day for whatever reason it just really struck a chord in the saying is I would rather go through life sober. Believing I'm an alcoholic. Then go through life drunk trying to convince myself that I'm not. This seriously almost takes my breath away. I have no idea who said it, or where it comes from a hundred times over the years in it just strikes such a deep chord with me. You know I was never a person in denial. I never tried to convince myself. I wasn't an alcoholic because I. don't really care about the word over the label. I don't know that I thought about it all that much at all honestly. I definitely didn't know everything I know now after years of school and teaching recovery, and speaking all over the nation like I didn't have all this knowledge when I was in my own battle, but I knew that I didn't drink like other people and you guys have heard me talk about that a lot on these episodes of I just recognized that my relationship with alcohol is different. My attachment to alcohol was different. And When I say. Different than other people okay I knew I didn't drink like other people when I say other people. I don't mean my friends because all of my friends were drunks like me and I knew they didn't drink like other people either like I. had stom- like. If I did have a few friends like way back early on I had a few friends that weren't total alcoholics. But they still drank in a different way. I knew that alcohol was more important to me than it was to the rest of the world. I knew I did it too. Much I knew I didn't like myself. Because I was doing too much, and I knew I would be better off if I stopped. So. Take out the word alcoholic I don't care about the word I was just clear that I didn't do it right. And let me read this again. I would rather go through life sober. Believing I'm an alcoholic. Then go through life drunk trying to convince myself that I'm not. The absolute worst part of my whole drinking life was when I knew I needed to stop one hundred percent. But I couldn't get myself to do it. In a went through all the drama and chaos of trying to convince myself that I didn't have to stop one hundred percent. You know what I'm talking about all the different ways you try to control your drinking. To Convince yourself that you have some control all the rules you put on your drinking to prove to yourself that you can handle it all the promises you make to yourself and your family that this time is going to be different, and you've vow to yourself that you're gonNA. Try harder than you've ever tried before in this time. It's going to work, and you're going to drink in moderation. What makes me the most sad for you, and for myself is how much time I wasted trying to figure out how to drink a little bit because I was so scared to not drink at all. And there are a couple of things I want to talk about here one is. When you're trying to control something, it's because you've already lost control. And to is. Just, the fact that you expend so much energy and time trying to control your drinking is a great indicator that you're an alcoholic. Because non alcoholic will don't drink enough to have to control it. And they don't think about alcohol. Ever. Non Alcoholic people don't have this distorted and obsessive relationship with alcohol where they spend all their time worried about how much they're going to drink or wondering what everyone else will think if they don't have a drink aired making all the plans to drink buying the glasses in creating excuses to drink and worrying if they're gonNA, run out and Yada Yada Yada. Non Alcoholic people do not have that relationship with alcohol. They never have to make rules for their drinking, and they never have to plan ahead about how they're going to control their drinking, because they don't care about alcohol in they don't drink enough to have to think about it. Alcoholics care about alcohol. No one else does. I talked about this

Does Trump Want to Fight to Win 2020 Election?

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:40 min | 3 months ago

Does Trump Want to Fight to Win 2020 Election?

"Trump the president yeah. There, there's a theory going around that. It's becoming unwinnable for him. And he's GonNa know it and he's going to. Basically do the judge smells like my arm I? Think it's broken. GET HIS ASS out. Do something and then he could do thing afterwards like I would have won, but you know I. had that health thing to that. Do you believe in theory? Well. It's funny like before. That theory became a thing I. had that theory because I was like? If he starts looking at the polls and it's like he's GonNa go down and he's going to go down hard. He may come up with some fake health thing and say he's got heart problem or Some bullshit thing and say I can't do it. I would love to serve you my beloved barricade. I can't do it because he can see the writing on the wall and his whole thing like his whole shtick is a winner winning win win win, and I'm like he's gotta be looking at his post-presidency lives such as it is, and his business such as it is, and if he loses like you know, he loses thirty seven states or something. It's like a you know landslide in. He gets killed. How does he come back from that and say like I'm? I'm a winner. I'm a winner. Come to my come to my business. Come to my hotel. Come to my restaurant. You know that's going to be a big ego blast for him now we're talking about this on my birthday. Zoom and house was like well, but he's just going to say it's rigged, so if he loses and goes down. Hard is going to be like well. It was the mail in ballots, and it was all rigged, and it was the fake news, and whatever but part of me Kinda thought he would do this thing where it's like. Again you know the judge snails arm I think it's broken. I can't run, and then he could always say tweet out. Oh, I could have one. If only my health. Let me I would have beat. Joe Biden Sleep. Joe Biden Yada Yada. So I I. Don't know I mean I i. don't know what his course of action is here now I I've seen some speculation now where people think he doesn't WanNa win like based on his behavior like when he tweets out the other day about the bubble wallace thing. Wallace News thing and he you know, which was a non-story at that point in our, you know millisecond of a news cycle now that had passed by, and he felt the need to tweet that for some reason the other day. Ad Like look like he's you know to bring that up and confederate flags and everything and you're like why. Why would he do this? Why would you do this or election? Campaign like this is going to be? Be Your focus with limited amount of time between now and November third, so people are like. Maybe he doesn't. WanNa win. Maybe he's like president. Thing is hard. This is not for me. It was easy when the economy was good, and we were at peace. SORTA speak, and I could just go to rallies and everybody loved me, but now that it's hard like I I don't WanNa. Do this anymore I wanted to start a TV company and Bitch about CNN I. I don't know what his motivation does at this point anymore. If two semi ever did.

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Beta Tales

Mac Power Users

05:24 min | 4 months ago

Beta Tales

"Ww DC and data. Season is upon us every year. I, I, him in Haw, and I always install all the Betas usually. We don't cover them a lot. Until the we're closer to release, but because of this year that changes are so significant, and people are just so interested in the stuff that Steven and I, both kind of made a point to go a little crazy with Beta installs and we've been using them now for a weekend. I thought it'd be fun to report how these features are working and. And given. This is Betas with some of this stuff could change, but you know. Let's kind of dive in deep on it I will say you've gone a little deeper than I have so the pool right I'm swimming in the pool. You did a cannonball from the top of your house into the deep end. Oh, I did I. Did I I wrote a post in the payers forum saying Hey Steven I've gone a little crazy with the bait. If you've got questions, let us know and a team. Oh, wrote crazy like install watch os Beta. And one of us did I'll give you one guess. Not, me. Like I had actually Rosemary. went in that pool I I said well. Did you watch blow up anything? She says well when I wash my hands at once crash, but otherwise it's been fine, and like you know it and also I feel kind of cavalier this year because I'm home, not traveling. if if my phone gets to messed up I can always unwind. The Beta I'm. Home doesn't matter that much so I. I didn't feel that bad about it, so so let's just Let's list the devices right What have you got? The BETAS installed on, so I've got the Beta on a external SSD that. I'm booting my macbook pro from I, need my fro some later this year, so I'm not willing to put the bait on at directly yet. And running it on my I've had many other. My leverage IPAD PRO is probably going to succumb to it. By the time this episode comes out out of my phone, and the definitely not my Mac pro The this machine is where I make my living, and it will stay on Catalina for some time, but yes. I'm playing with it kind of getting my. Getting in the pool. I spent more time with it on the Max I've got thoughts around that, but. I want to get back. Somebody said a second ago. The interest in Beta cycle is way higher than it normally feels like. And maybe that's because a lot of people aren't home. Life's a little bit slower now. It's because like big Sur in particular is a huge change having we just on your iphone. Who Change like there's a lot of things that are really attractive about these Betas. Wherein some years it's like yeah, it's better, but you know. You can live without it for three more months. Some of the stuff people want to really experience now. Yeah, agreed. And and there is kind of some themes to these Betas as we go through it. In the show today I started with the Beta on my is because I have two IPAD pros because I'm that guy so I started with a on the big IPAD pro and it was running fine, and then it quickly cascaded over a couple of days. And I put it on the laptop, so I had big Sur on the laptop in it on the IPAD. Then suddenly I had it on the second IPAD I had on my own. I also put it on my Mac pro because we have a the way. The recording situation is right now in the sparks headquarters. Has You know there's there's four people living in fifteen hundred square feet and so? My studio isn't really where I'm recording shows where my I MAC PRO is. It's where I do all the edits and all that stuff, but I'm not doing the recording there My old studio has been turned into my daughter's. Daughter's bedroom, but we have an extra in there, and that is the kind of recording machine I'm sitting at it right now, so my fancy Mike and Everything so that one is not upgraded or or running Betas, but but but the all the others should Max. The to Max I own are and then a few days ago I. Put on the watch, too. Because I as I told Rosemary and the automakers. If it breaks, it's her fault. But it's you know so, I, I've been reading on everything. This one thing that you may have heard in the news is these are pretty stable Betas I. think partly because wwe came later. This is more like Beta or Beta three in normal year. That being said do as we say, we do. Don't don't know these. If you need to get your work done Yada Yada Yada Yeah. I, mean they're still developer Betas. At this point, you have to have a developer account. The Public Beta will be in July. That's when they're more widely accessible and usually in the past. At least it's been to developer bills for everyone public Betas so. Developer Beta two or three be public Beta one and there'll be a couple of developer builds and then. A couple more puppets, this sort of tiktok approach, and just because this Betas good doesn't mean the next one will be in fact very often. They get worse before they get better. So yeah, do what we say like. Let us take the pain and you know if you have a spare me, shake my head many if it bursts into flames, that'd be sad, but it's not the end of the world. Then yeah, I think it's fine to play with on that, but definitely out of production machine now something you need for work because you can this situation where the you know, it's always like the one happy really need the one workflow you really depend on. That's the one that's broken for months. That'll get you.

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Tiz The Law Owner Jack Knowlton On Belmont Win

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:03 min | 4 months ago

Tiz The Law Owner Jack Knowlton On Belmont Win

"Will here it is Jack Knowlton visiting with Anthony's to bill on. Red Brand radio. Congratulations on a fantastic win. A lot of people feel like it was seventeen years in the making my friend. Well we finally got our triple. Crown for Sakho Toga for Barclay tag and took us two horses and seventeen years, but from what I understand. It's still kind of fight for Barclay There aren't a lot of trainers at You know is one three legs of the triple crown in recent years. Yeah and you know you guys together. Seventeen years apart, and with New York breads and I know that's the. The mantra over attack a Toga. You guys support that program as well as anyone. Well I was pretty fascinated to learn that it was one hundred thirty eight years since the new. York breaded, won the. Belmont stakes now I know a lot of people are going to say well, then really count you know at you know. It wasn't a mile and a half and Yada, Yada but. In my mind, anybody who watched that race, who questions who would have won that race? It has been a mile and a half. I think the outcome would have been exactly the same as it was at amendment eight. And, Barkley had gone on record is before the race saying you know I would have liked a mile and a half of the source, and he's a horse again. New York Brad and that's what you guys do, you? You've been high on this horse from day one. Well. I watched them train at Saratoga. I mean you're up there and I'd go over at six o'clock in the morning 'cause. That was a time of day that Berkeley landed of track. It was almost darker. She got near the end of the need of what's dark. And not only did he. You know have a good works, and you know work quickly, not crazy fast, but you know good works. But the way he galloped out, I mean they couldn't pull him up. He goes around the second turn. After you know going, pass the finish line and writers just added tremendously difficult time pulling them up junior. Alvarado was riding. Mine is is raised back then, and when I saw that we went into a first range of six and a half furlong maiden mates for New York. Badge I really had a lot of confidence and He's lived up to it so one little bump in a road when he got stuck down inside and the worst part of the race track and Kentucky Jockey Club At. The end of November other than that He really has been flawless. Yeah. That's lobby. Track back in November. He's just been He's been impeccable. The rest of the way the covid nineteen outbreak of course forced post moment of the Kentucky Derby the preakness to. The. Bom obviously the biggest change with the Belmont was not only the two weeks, but the distance. You've mentioned the ASTERISK. We'll get to that in a minute You guys pretty much. And gals I don't want to offend anybody in Saratoga those thirty-five parts of this. Is that accurate? Seven and funny is that I was that six or seventy? You guys and funny side. We had ten ten. Okay, okay only. The same folks lieutenant. And I the only holdovers class. You guys Gus Williams. He passed away several years ago as dead one of our other great partners Dave Man but Ruined I gave remaining to. Stay with it and never in the world expecting that we would get the kind of horse that we've gotten here with the law. And this was an important race for you to win Jack Not that you don't want to win. The Derby again or the preakness again, but the Belmont stakes with your dedication to new. York, Brad's and New York, and let's face it. you know in a game where horses changed hands an awful lot. You and Barclay have been together two decades at this point. This was a very important race for you guys to to tick the box on. It was, and now he's got one more coming up in my hometown Saratoga Springs I've lived thirty five years I know Barkley wants to win it badly as do I and. Really if we can you know, check this box. would include the champagne, which is the the most important two year old race. The Belmont stakes obviously being biggest Belmont. Race and We get the travers at Saratoga. That's quite a triple. And that's pretty remarkable. When you consider you know you started this twenty years ago. As pretty much. Just some friends getting together and buying some horses. We had six guys and Sackett Cyber. I find the eastern end of Lake Ontario I went to high school. We were having our usual. Memorial Day weekend, bearing barbecue, and my wife and I would go up there and visit and I had been in the harness. Business Standard Bread business I guess for about a dozen years and got out. In in ninety four. And somebody up there said well. Why don't we buy a thoroughbred and I said you know figuring I've never gonNA hear anything about it again. I said okay. I said you know, let's each put in five thousand dollars. I knew Tim Kelly at that point who's a trainer and works at is never now. so I got a hold of me and he found this a New York Brad for twenty two thousand dollars. We named him the second sex after the six of us. From Sackett Cyber and came up with the name sack Toga stable after sack I Saratoga and made ourselves Maroon and gray, which are high school college. So. That's how it all started.

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Her Name Was Sandy Guardiola

Latino Rebels Radio

06:08 min | 4 months ago

Her Name Was Sandy Guardiola

"You ready to talk about what happened to me or do you need a moment or no? Absolutely so on? So to start October fourth twenty seventeen is a day on. I can never forget me. Personally I was living in Brooklyn at the time, I, just started working as a carpenter in the union. I went to work I got home. Ottesen with my grandfather, her father at the time in Brooklyn I got a call. And It's A. Have you heard from your mother? And I said no when I was like why and she's like something's going on so I start looking into I started trying to call her caller caller on nothing. No answer no answer. And I'm sitting in my room. In Brooklyn for about four hours. eight o'clock comes I still haven't heard from her. On talking to my sister I'm talking to my uncle and you know we're ready to go upstate. Because she was living in upstate New York at the time she was working. With New, York, State Parole 'cause. She went back into the law. Enforcement Field to To get her years onto to get her pension and retire, so she was upstate New York. We're getting ready to drive. I'll never forget I I went to the subway. To to go to my uncles, so I got up in his car with the draft together. And my sister calls me to screaming crying. It happened. It happens. She's dead. She's dead and I just dropped to my knees in in the subway station and I couldn't believe it so. I'm. We go to my sister's in the Bronx. We pick her up and she tells us that state police came to her house and Saturday down and told her that. My mom was. Sitting in her living room with her gone her service weapon. Pointed to her head. And that they tried talking her out of it. But it didn't work out and that she ended up shot and. So from there we drive upstate seven hours. We drive through the night. We got upstate and we go straight to the more, so we could go see urine. Identify her and they didn't allow us that we. We were told that there was an investigation. Yada Yada we, we have to go to state police state that countless identifier. Okay so now we just take. We're we're. In such grief than so many emotions. You know we don't even. We just went through the next step, so we go to say police. Up there and you know we're trying to find out what have been you know. Everything that's going on before you know it. We're all separated and they're asking US questions. Why did she move upstate What does she want to do here? So looking back at it? It was it was like trying to find dirt on her like they're trying to. Interrogate us to find out. You know why. She was in their area and You. Know at the time again. You not too many emotions even even comprehend what was going on and then from the state police. We go to the apartment where you know. She was shot. We walk, in. And Her bed. was. Not there. Her mattress was missing. There is a sheets there with blood. And one bullet hole through her window. and. You know. Again you know going through the motions. We don't realize we're into a crime scene that you know we should have even been there. We should've. Right, away gotten someone attorney you know. Eventually we did, but at that time we should've right away. Made that move so that we conduct their own investigation, but that didn't happen. There was so many emotions going on, so that was that day. But then you know. Over time we find out the story. So a welfare check was called on my mother, she didn't show up for work that day. She was supposed to go back to work that day after being in a car accident exactly one month prior to that day, and through our you know our lawyers investigations. Something happened with her paperwork, and she wasn't able to show up for work, and we don't even know to this day if she had showed up for work or not, and the crazy part about the welfare check is that it came from the Rochester Parole Office And while she was on medical leave, she was transferring from the Rochester. Parole Office to the Binghamton Parole Office because what we find out later as she was doing with harassment in Rochester, something happened with her supervisor where her supervisor and her didn't get along that supervisor one that cold in the welfare check on her on that day, the officer that responded to the welfare check. He arrived at her residence on. He didn't get an answer at the door. He went to apartment management where they granted him access to give them a key fob. And this is all unwarranted. they was never a an emergency call given to me or my sister. You know her emergency contacts. We never received a call. You know to say you know something's wrong. Can you please check on my mother that never happened? So they grant themselves access to the apartment. Then when they get in, there's another closed door her bedroom door. They let themselves into the bedroom door and from there. For whatever reason? Something happened I. Don't know if there was a an exchange. I, don't know what happened. We still don't know the facts of what exactly happened to that day. There's only two people that know the answers to what happened that officer at my mother and my mother is here to tell her side of the story. But anyways. We don't know what happened. What we know is that she was shot three times once in her head once in her arm once in abdomen. While laying in bed.

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A Whole Lot of Home Cooking

Bon Appetit Foodcast

09:35 min | 5 months ago

A Whole Lot of Home Cooking

"We've been sort of in quarantine now for about two months and I think as trying as these times have been for everyone I think one of the I don't don't call it a silver lining up side. Whatever is that we've been in this nation of Home Cooks and personally speaking. I can say without question. I've never cooked better food or more consistently than I have in the last eight weeks and I'm kind of astounded as someone. Who's you know? Food Industry Professional Yada. Yada like how much I've learned in how much I've gotten better as a home cook I. Is that a fair statement. Carl. What's been your take. I have never in my life. Cook dinner as many times in a row as I have been quarantine we've ordered in one time. Yeah it's interesting because you know worked at a test kitchen gather for years but there are so many days of the week by the time I get home. It's either too late to make dinner or are those certain days where you get home and you're just done and I imagine gauge to this being in the entertainment industry where just emotionally mentally physically. You're just spent by the time you walk in your door. It took it took maybe a month for people to become accustomed to this new way of working these of zoom etc etc. My wife and I in the same small space rolling zoom calls screaming over each other coming up with hand signals waving at each other. Give each other the finger trying to keep trying to tell each other to push both of us not realizing that we are in fact screaming over the zoom and and that's all day every day and it's and things didn't really slow down and now things are really kind of picking up with work. So yeah you're on zoom calls. Maybe like ten hours a day and then you gotta figure out dinner so it definitely it definitely makes you do some planning and for me and I don't want to spend too much time talking about it but obviously sourcing alike. Light Carla. I've we ordered in once during this two month period and for me the idea of sourcing. Fresh food has been a super challenge and that I spent a lot of time doing and something that I realized how much we take for. Granted are access to great food and how much thought it really takes now and and I also think about people that don't still have access to the same level of products that we have and it's actually changed my entire thought process about food about sourcing about groceries and consumption. In general I would say a couple of things on logistically. The daytime thing is interesting working from home because like when I'm at home if I have a window between two and two thirty I'm like oh I can start marrying that chicken or I can start prepping this so that when it is time to cook dinner at six o'clock. I've already got a lot of that. Legwork done but on a regular workday you. You don't have the ability to do that. You kinda starting from scratch every time you get home and then also. I've never used my freezer this much and in terms of like. I know we're all making an effort to not go out to the store all the time so I actually. This is the first time I use my freezer with all sorts of different frozen prepackaged meats as opposed to the freezer in the past. Always been that thing. I just threw stuff in and never saw again like a freezer graveyard and now it's like a treasure chest. Yeah no it's like what's in here Carlos. Because you're you're more organized than we are. We have you evolved in that sense in terms of storage and freezing and stuff ingredients. My only complaint is. I wish I had a chest freezer or like now. I get it like the to fridge. Households I wish I had the garage with the other fringe because I holds me back. A lot is just feeling like their fridge. When I stock up is so full that with the let between the leftovers the condiments the fresh stuff like gave us talking about if you're only shopping once every week or ten days like that that that space fills up so fast so we've got a cooler on the back deck and just the rotation of freezer packs into that and it's not a huge one. It's like It's just a ordinary coleman cooler but rotating the freezer packs into that and then figuring out what kind of produce will stand up in there so like citrus is out there and cabbages and things that don't need to be quite as cold as the other stuff. So it stresses me out a little bit. Because I really don't want to waste anything you know we early on we. We do. Have a Coleman Cooler where we put a lot of Greens in sort of sturdy vegetables and just kind of keep them cool but simone early on in this thing. She bought a chest freezer like medium small side medium size one and I thought she was crazy and like being like a bunker mentality nuclear war sort of person but it has been absolute game changer. And and then I went and bought a bunch of meats from Dixon's Farm San and Chelsea market and individually one pound packs ground beef and some dribs and this and that and I got a list on my phone everything in that freezer and I sort of adjusted as we go. Wow that's very organized for me. It's been a little bit like relent as well because we you know we're trying to figure out how to get stuff delivered here and try to do as little you know. Irl shopping as humanly possible. We signed up for with a farm in riverhead New York and Long Island that processes animals It's dairy and also beef and pork in inhumane. Awesome Way So I was like excited about that but basically it's it's they you kind of like order a wishlist. Every week of what you'd like to get. And then they just send you what they've got and so it's been like it's been open up the package. It's like okay. What am I doing with Pork Loin? I don't really. I don't really deal with pork loin housing here here. We go more now having abundance of Yogurt. I'm not a big yogurt guy. The other day I was like. Oh Pork Loin. I've got some yogurt. I'M GONNA make like Euros. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA like I've got some cucumbers. I never have to numbers. I'm GonNa make some Zeki. These are freestyle things. I wouldn't do Olympics. Global pandemic forgave to get cucumbers. I mean it's not a thing it's not a thing that we normally have. I don't I don't love cucumber. I don't know we don't usually put in Salads or whatever you gotTa Peel it all right. Let's talk about some cooking Carla. What is something you've cooked in these last several weeks that either? You've never done before that you were just so stoked about how well it turned out. Well there was one week early on when I really wanted chicken and I could not get ticket like it was one of earlier weeks where everyone. I don't know what it was like. Toilet Paper Lysol and chickens grain whole chickens. The American brain is like survival. What can I not live without teepee and chicken? So that's like the most American thing in the world so I wanted to chicken. Couldn't get but the place I I was ordering from had whole ducks and I was like well. I've made your dot com fee recipe. Which I swear by but I've never ever cooked a whole duct before and I personally would be intimidated. So what did what did you do? Yeah the thing. A whole doc is like it's actually terrible to Whole duck rate but I I was like birds bird a bird. Just have to deal with this but I knew that roasting a whole doc is actually very problematic the way roasting a whole. Turkey is problematic because the breast in the legs or like on a completely different Optimal like setting. So what it came. I was kind of annoyed because I was like. Oh Jesus Christ I forgot about this whole dock now I have to butcher it. Because roasting at whole is actually not a great way to cook it but then it was this really Validating sort of process of being like first of all happy that I knew how to butcher a duck so I was. I was sort of like it had been a while but I took the Brasov. I took the legs off. Then you have all this fat. So separating keeping the fat you know in one area had the breasts I seasoned up the legs to do comfy. I scored the fat on the breast and the little cross hatch because that's just really good pan roasted and then I had a car guest so in and this whole duck gave me stock roasted the bones I made stock. I had Duck brass one night. We had dot com for another night. And then I just have all of the duck fat which I put into like everything else that I made for the next three weeks and it was sort of like what gave is saying this way that you're pushed out of your comfort zone in your ordinary way of shopping where. I ended up buying something because it was what was available and good instead of what I thought I wanted to have and it was

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Do Headings Really Impact Your Rankings

Marketing School

03:55 min | 5 months ago

Do Headings Really Impact Your Rankings

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them. To a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream. Host DOT COM slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to Ain other episode of marketing. School I'm Eric. Su and I'm meal and today we are going to talk about if headings really impact your rankings. So this one is in relation to Neil's surprising that test results. So apparently Neil. You've done some good tests with headings in the past. Yes I did so everyone. Seo Talks about Oh you need to have h one heading per page and then at age two for subsections than three and Yada Yada Yada Yada. So let's let's talk about. I mean like 'cause yeah back when I first started learning. Seo Only the H. One tag the most important one right. So what is the reality? What kind of data do you have the share? Sure so we did a test. I did email blast asking who want to participate. Outta part of my list saying he wants participation. Seo Experiment with headings and from the experiment we had sixty one websites that had enough traffic. Because if you don't have enough traffic it's hard to tell if a change is actually impacting your rankings. Or not an each site on average had four hundred twenty six pages and then what we did. Is We change a portion of their pages to see if headings had impact and the changes were broken into four different groups one was a control group in which you left a portion of their pages as is whether they had headings or not just left him. As is so that way you can see what's happening to their traffic overtime on those pages then with the next group. We made sure that they're using H. One headings h two h three etcetera incorrectly then with the next group that third one we just use normal paragraph text and we made sure all the font sizes where the same for the whole page believe it or not and for the fourth group. We use normal paragraphs instead of headings and we adjusted the font sizes so because even in paragraphs can have some paragraphs some words embraces larger font size and others so those are the four groups got it and so practical takeaways. What can people do about this? What we ended up learning was look if you use a heading versus not using a heading. We didn't see really much of a difference in Traffic. But we did see a drop when you just use paragraph tax and all the tech size was the same and we saw a decline in traffic compared to the others by roughly six point four two percent but when we tested using paragraph tax but adjusting the sizes so the title wouldn't be a heading but it's still be larger size we still saw increase and traffic and what that led us to believe is look Google's on looking at headings using h. One H. Two H. Threes but they are looking to see what areas of a pager putting more emphasis on by things through larger font size and we also saw is when all the texts on. Your page has the same font. High you don't really use headings or any of that you're bouncing roughly stays the same but your time onsite dropped by. Roughly twelve percent is what we saw during our experiment. So that tells Google that. Hey your user. Metrics aren't as good so it's causing people to lose their traffic so our recommendations. Are you still use? Headings things like accessibility software leverages headings and even if Google isn't specifically looking for h. One H. Two H. Three tag which are heading tags. They are looking for words and phrases that are indifferent on sizes so they can figure out what a page is about which is pretty much the same concept as using a heading is just most Out there make it easier to use heading than it does free

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Roundabout Roundup: Project Runway, Comments by Celebs, and Tomato Timer

Parenting Roundabout

05:12 min | 6 months ago

Roundabout Roundup: Project Runway, Comments by Celebs, and Tomato Timer

"That. We think you'll find is useful or enjoyable as we do. We call this our roundabout roundup and I will go first. My daughter and I have been watching project runway The most recent season that finished up. I believe sometime in March This is season eighteen. And it's on its back on Bravo so it wasn't bravo than it moved to lifetime now came back to Bravo and it has carly kloss in the Heidi Klum role and Christian Syria. No past winner in the Tim. Gunn role and people were concerned about this to use the word that Tim. Gunn like to use a lot But I'm here to tell you that Christian is great. He is fun and funny and he just he just goes around and says and he can convey quite a lot with his little man but he has really good feedback and advice and he yeah. He's good he's gone so yes she soon. I feel like maybe watching project runway so we just started and It's been something fun doing together. Nice so and it's the season's over so you can you know you can start from the beginning and get all the way through it without having to wait for anything so astle we are doing Nicole. What is on the instagram minute? It you actually gone this one for me Catherine type in quite enjoying of late. So thank you very much for doing the research for me this past week. But I'm going to shout out an instagram account called comments by celebs and it's basically screen shots of instagram posts on which a celebrity has commented and You often see Chrissy Teigen but Lots of good ones. That give you make you chuckle. A lot of them are like former CO stars or You know where they're commenting on one another's page or There is even you know sister. You know siblings and It's cool it's it's very random and in it's kind of fun to see that they're just like us in the same vein of A. Didn't we WANNA talk here about rob blow on Instagram? And how his son has his sons roast him on instagram. All the time and this is sort of similar yet in spirit like there's one here just looking at its huge ackman's a instagram account. Any posted a picture of him and his wife and he was commemorating the twenty four. The last twenty four years so is there. Twenty four th wedding anniversary. So is that a picture of him and his lovely wife twenty four years ago and so he's saying you know I love you devs with every fiber my soul happy anniversary Yada Yada Yada and then Ryan Reynolds comments hanging there. Deb So it was just destroyed. You need at this time. That's right exactly. It's a lips. Have a Lotta time on their hands right now. So probably will be comedy have to do that. So what do you have Terry this week? Well for those of us who are still actually working. I have a recommendation of a very simple APP. That was very helpful for me. This past week is were recording. I think I've talked about before about the pomodoro technique by which you work for twenty five minutes get five minutes off work for twenty five minutes five minutes off. I think I've probably suggested other tools for doing this that I have used for awhile and then discarded as is my way but The one that I am using just at the moment that was very helpful. Got Me through a really intense four days worth of work. is just called tomato timer. And it's on the APP store for iphone. At least I don't know about android but it's just it has a little circle and you poke the circle and it starts counting down to zero and then it puts another circle for your five minutes and it's just that visual as the time goes the filling on the inside of the circle goes down so you kind of have a visual reminder. Also casts shows the time as it takes down Not a lot of bells and whistles not a lot of stuff to type in and fill in and follow up and report and all that just counts down for you in a visual manner. You can have it on your iphone next to your computer as you're working on it will keep you focused. Theoretically it did it worked very well for me for that space of time. So

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City of Miami is now requiring residents to wear masks in public

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:18 sec | 7 months ago

City of Miami is now requiring residents to wear masks in public

"And the city Miami the latest ordering residents to wear masks when out in public order went into effect at midnight last night also applies to those who work in the central business is mass can be as simple as a handkerchief scarf or bandanna yada yada we know the routine by now people are discouraged from wearing surgical masks to supply store shortages for those on

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Spike Lee and James Dolan are having a silly feud over which MSG entrance Lee can use

Golic & Wingo

05:12 min | 8 months ago

Spike Lee and James Dolan are having a silly feud over which MSG entrance Lee can use

"Area obviously the fallout continues on from Spike Lee having to sort of be re routed or potentially routed from the entrance he's been in all these years and it upset him greatly so we went on first take and then the next the next released a statement saying it's laughable that he's playing the victim card and actually posted footage of the VIP entrance and then a touching of hands in some way shape or form with Knicks owner James Dolan and Spike Lee as he was upset about he could use the app is used for twenty four years and about how you feel about that part of it which I understand if the Knicks are trying to avoid that I get that it was handled clumsily I think that's an easy way to say all of this correct yes it was handled in a way that seemed almost designed to draw attention to it yeah after after by the weight Leon rose as the team present the first came with him they beat the rockets right the Knicks are not a good team and they beat a good team and yet this became the story so obviously someone having an issue with James Dorn is a nothing new but be it reminded us of someone else who very recently had a very public issue with that is a square garden and James Dorn that'll be Charles Oakley who was escorted out of the building by executing was told in twenty seventeen by James Dorn you'll never get into MSG again even if you buy a ticket so of course we were gonna have Charles Oakley on the show this morning to talk about what he thought of the Spike Lee situation of what is going on under James Jones ownership and let's just say Charles did not hold back it is a plantation whether it's good bad people won't talk about is real bad over there someone may have been but I think it was twenty years old ten million dollars in new quick about it because though that bill what what is this mail problem bottle control you so much of a control freak then he heard the whole NBA them all immediately this guy hit land every month or every other week with something that don't have many women together with individual people life we should be going to live with them days will be cold with this control freak in all this that if the court would be in the business you have to have people to work for you so you have to go with people to succeed in life you got into trouble operating business you need people to work he was in distress are working every day wow I mean he listen it was a hell of an interview no doubt about it and and and I guess he he kind of gave an answer by saying that he thinks in all honesty the league should take the franchise away from him but that's not gonna happen but he can he compare him to Donald sterling he said because we've pointed out this on numerous occasions that none of this changes while James Dorn is the owner we don't expect some metamorphosis from him and his point was this is so bad for the lead we saw another very different instance but he pointed out the comparison with Donald sterling saying the league stepped in then he believes the league should step in now I I just don't see them doing that and just like we all don't see no matter who the coaches the GM is the president is good likely on rose that it doesn't matter because players are not you if you're gonna build a team what what Charles Oakley said you're not the building through the draft when you draft somebody to come there because big time free agents are not coming to play for the Knicks yeah what happened this past summer they cleared all the cap space in two point prime free agents did they just didn't go to the next they went to the nets and Stephen A. Smith is in on this as well basically saying the culture of the next sadly is still the culture now I can't he can't he can't help the Knicks win and winning you will accept already and still make the culture that you can get that part the only expense but the only person that can fix this culture change though James Dolan have stopped thank hi guys that that's in Charles Oakley brought that I mean you you you you're in New York you have to have a little bit of a tougher widely I mean okay we can bring that up what do you think that's going to happen if we don't we don't there's no chance that we think that's going to happen this guy owns the most or the franchise won the most in all the NBA one fifth in all of sports right in that area four point six billion dollars he is not as we talk about money should make you treat people assert what you treat people but this guy ain't changing no well that's I guess that's the issue and all this right is you look at it and say unless someone else does step in James Dorn is gonna own this team for as long as he wants a life is about what's incentivized writing his behavior based on the numbers that you just said has been incentivized it is been shown Hey this is a lucrative for you it may not win you basketball games but it's going to make you money you're gonna get to feel important and do all the things that come along with owning the Nixon owning Madison Square Garden and yada yada yada on down the list but what can we count on until that is an endless loop of things like this what an endless loop of Fruita futility so much so that if the Knicks are other good it's going to be completely on accident yeah yeah it's going to be just because within the body of a long period of time a broken clock is right twice a day

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Making voting machines safer from hackers

The 3:59

12:20 min | 9 months ago

Making voting machines safer from hackers

"What exactly is Homo Morphou conscription? And what's wrong with good old fashioned paper and pen ballots? All right first and foremost thanks. Everybody Hope Y'all had a nice weekend. We're glad to be back after a little Monday American holiday President's Day break And it's also great to have Roger Bag. Hey thanks how was dad? The sequel daddy was it was good. It was taxing. It's someone asked me like how was my vacation. I'm like definitely wasn't that a vacation. Not a vacation at all so I'm very happy to be back good to have you back. We definitely need your expertise. We got some good questions and comments. Alfred the way you phrased it. You have to account for human error. I was Kinda curious and how that perspective shifts in the this system prevent human tampering. Well yeah that's that's the whole point like it's supposed to okay okay. Actually it doesn't prevent it can't let it can't prevent tampering. It basically makes it so that if you do like hack a vote. It's very obvious right. If the person checks yes voter check. Yeah I mean like the voter. The election board can also check themselves. That's okay because it's all open source. Once all the votes are supposed closed. Anyone can download all the votes all the encrypted votes and check it to see if it matches up with what's being reported out there Gotcha. Yeah like disinformation like happens very frequently with stuff like that. Where if I were an attacker I I would say I would pretend to say like. Oh I downloaded the votes. Here's what they are and look like this person like one even and it's just it's if that's the loudest voice on social media. Everyone will believe that even if it's not necessarily true yeah Just because I've seen disinformation campaigns and that seems to be the ongoing trend so it does not prevent tampering but it prevents very effective tools to catch it and try to stop like disinformation campaigns. Which is a very difficult task On that no. If we're going to continue dumbing things down so that I can understand them homo more. Fic- what is it more? You started to explain that you did a good job. I'm still stupid. What what the Layman's terms for. What IS HOMO MORPHING? Mean when it comes to the elections. It's like a math thing. I was speaking with Josh Bonilla hit this Microsoft's like senior cryptographer Microsoft Research Department And he gave a very good quote for it. That I'm looking up right now and this is this is basically the the easiest way to explain it? it's it's sort of structured gibberish. Like you can't tell what it is. It's like one it's encrypted at his gibberish but it keeps enough structure to it that you can actually work with the gibberish rather than like making it not gibberish. I don't know if that's the easier way to explain it. But I mean the system recognizes the GIBBERISH. Yeah and can manip- manipulate on top of it. That's the basic part right there. It's Gibberish to the point where the system won't be able to identify the person who put that down in right. Yeah only what the what the value the vote is suppose yes casted or like who they cast it for got it. Yeah it's just an interesting thought to try to grasp because historically there was some form of algorithm or some way to crack a direct translation by the sounds of this that takes that completely out of the equation if its pseudo randomize that kind of how the away to visualize encryption is light and decrypt. Something is imagine you put like a banana in a blender at announce all mush right. That's being encrypted and decrypted. It would be somehow returning it back to regular state of being a banana. Which physically is impossible but like encode like that's kind of what it does Very basic understanding of it. It's and there's a lot of ways that like that analogy is wrong but for the average person. That's Kinda how I describe it like. Obviously you can't get banana back from that but like decryption would do something like that sure and the idea being annoymous encryption for a vote. You can't do that right like you can't decrypt it because then you know like this person voted for this person and that you're not allowed to do that so home. Amorphous would basically like. Oh we don't need to turn it back into the normal banana. We can use this mush than at each other and say oh. They're like if you just see the most you don't know it's a banana right but home amorphous encryption would basically. Oh there's ten bananas here like they can tell from parts of it. That like what? It was originally a really bizarre effective way to explain. That was actually pretty good. Timothy says I'm all for new technology but voting needs to stay old school paper and pen or is that just me. Matthew Dacha says I love the potential voting technology but if it can't be explained to lay people it'll never get traction paper for the win. How do you guys feel as registered voters are? We excited to see. Just personally go ahead and editorialize are excited to see this technology. Come to play Do we think is actually going to be helpful in our experience and going to the polls and engaging with modern politics or it's kind of like blown smoke I mean. Yeah that's that's a big problem with election guard. Is that you know I spoke with another cryptographer. Who who had mentioned to me like there's only about three thousand people on the planet that like fully understand home working corruption and with election counties and like with Voting Technology. The idea in the. Us is that like you have to be able to properly explain this to everyone working on it because part of like of election and part of democracy is not only like counting like who won but being able to show a paper trail for it to show the person who lost so they can like openly. Admit like yes. I lost this election when you have something this complicated. It raises up some issues of like while. I don't know how this encryption works. How do I know that I lost this? Vote is a sham. The Outer Yada Yada so like adding more. Technology will always like create Complications again not because of the technology itself. Sometimes more so like people don't understand it except the vote for what? It is the lack of transparency. At the thing of it is I. Think to your point that it's simple say just. Let's go back to paper ballots but there are a lot of places that don't use ballot or prefer to use voting machines and that sort of the reality that we with a work with that reality. It'd be great if we all just went back to paper ballots. But that's not where we're at. Also the accessibility issue to like. Microsoft was bringing this up like if you notice in one of the photos. They were using the xbox adaptive controller. Oh yeah right and then like you know just using the touchscreen part of that being like well you know there are people that might not be able to use a pen pencil. That and this is kind of a way for them to do that. So that that is also like one of the reasons why voting machines may be used more than like pen pen and paper gotcha. Adaptive Controller continues to be one of my favorite stories of the last several years. Good things just keep coming from it in a world with crabby news Okay we got a few minutes left. Let's take one from Brian. He says Not How to phrase this many attempts to digitize voting stress paper backups? If we become confident in the system because of the backup how do we stop them from becoming complacent? We're going deep on that one so in this situation with Microsoft. They're not saying. The papers are the backups. A paper the electronic system is the backup like they're still using paper as the main way to vote and then they're using the electronic systems verify that and actually at this practice relic. This system actually requires that voters not be complacent. They actually go and actively check. Yeah the verified cop or their their their second copy so like you can't be complacent or else assistant breakdown. Yeah and the other thing is in Wisconsin. They have a law that like the poll workers have to initial every vote. Cast in the ballot. So what they're doing at this election today is that they are When they initially they're also going to ask the people like did you check your vote to make sure everything's like right So and they the same study that was talking about. We're only six percent will had only like actually check their votes. If something was wrong and reported they did a counter. Study on it or like the control for it where it was basically. Let's see how many people report if we tell them like? You need to check this and it was like eighty percent so it does go up when okay. They're told like you need to. You need to do this. Gotcha now will that happen in every election across the country definitely. Not because the way that. Us elections work is that it's up to every single county to decide how to it and there's no standard for security or technology Guidelines that we go before moving forward shouted to my mom who's watching the show after coming in from shoveling the driveway hello commodities SCHRAMM. What's your son's amazing. You did a great job. Thanks guys all right. Next question is coming in from commander trim up in the great white north are. They're not encryption technologies that don't rely on particular identity cannot these be coupled with tracking vote has been cast by an individual on vote acceptance separately. There are but you can't count on. You can't do math on those I that's like that's the whole point of home. Amorphous encryption is that you can encrypt vote. All you want. But like if you can't count the vote which encryption like makes it difficult to count like it's you can't do anything with it That's why they needed this like this other concept rather than just encrypting itself because they would have to be decrypted for them to count the voter right. That would be. Ucs unless he's talking about like the chain of command stuff where it's like encrypting like Oh. This vote was counted. That kind of stuff but I mean home amorphous encryption. Kinda already does that and then is still able to count the vote after this is dense stuff out. Thanks for making time to explain this because I think this is extremely helpful We got a couple of really really good questions coming up next from our old timothy on Youtube does the federal or state set the standards for encryption Well no one sets the standard for encryption The state though like sets the standards for Election like technology guidelines so. This is a problem that Microsoft has encountered for awhile. To where like there's there's the election assistance commission where that start around two thousand two and they like set guideline and that's federal and they set guidelines for like what you should do for security on your machines that kind of stuff but the thing is that those are just guidelines not requirements. There are no federal requirements for election security. So it's up to the county and they do that because it's like every county has different needs right if one county if there's a federal guideline that says you need to spend at least you need to buy these machines only these machines then like a county. That doesn't have that much money like they're just not gonna be able to vote millions different for every like area So like counties like set their own guidelines for this kind of stuff but like I said it's extremely different and there are no There's no like standard of encryption per se but there are there they do have security standards but it might be different from like one to the other and sometimes those standards will go against their own technology so like I said some counties only only some counties adhere to the Election Assistance Commission And some others don't but the their guidelines like even if you do something as simple as like updating the security on it like getting a security patch like you don't get a new machine you don't like whatever you just updated so you're not vulnerable to an attack you have to get the entire machine recertified again which takes awhile. Which does that. That's an interesting point like would incorporating this election guard system into your your overall only system if you have machines with that require. Yeah that's the other. That's the other is a lot of red tape for that. Yeah Yeah Okay.

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Stocks rally after strong factory data

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

02:27 min | 9 months ago

Stocks rally after strong factory data

"Big store continues to be the rally that is bringing markets back about half way from their losses on Friday the one exception to this is Tesla's stock which is now up twelve percent today for some reason it is currently trading at seven hundred twenty eight dollars per share it's a mystery I I feel like I don't know why this is happening cyber truck I I'm I'm not listen you know my feelings on the cyber Cup all right it was all so I Richard baby I've already committed to buying one at this point just you commit to buy a lot of cars as you get a Volkswagen electric van Allen the cyber charters see how this all plays out may result in your divorce just you know has the statue of liberty says you know give me your tired your poor you know yada yada give me all your junky cars me all your weird automobiles is kind of my my thinking these days give me your weirdness but yes the test will stock up twelve percent I I I don't know why but it has now rallied over sixty five percent in the first month of the year I I just want to be on record to say come again say that again you test will has rallied Tesla for some reason this year has added fifty billion dollars in market cap I'm just put it has added one Ford this year now so we've got an overall rally happening EP even companies like apple which was down north of four percent on Friday back up to about three quarters of a percent today to three eleven per share almost three twelve so you have this rally and I think my main way of looking at this is at this point at least neither Friday nor today is right yeah I can't say that one of these things is going to be the direction that this takes but simply that this kind of volatility we've said this kind of thing before when you start to see present itself it doesn't usually just go away right I didn't to stick around for a couple more yeah I was gonna say you know the difference between Friday and Monday what have we learned that is new about the main issue the corona virus more cases that's it nothing yeah we we've learned little or nothing it's continued on the same trajectory out it was on before so it in my view is that you shouldn't be changing opinion I'm not saying that's not a reason to buy or sell stocks just nothing's really changed you know between Friday and

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How and When to Hire a Financial Advisor

The Money Guy Show

09:20 min | 10 months ago

How and When to Hire a Financial Advisor

"This is so wonderful because obviously it is no secret. The entire world knows our day job. What we do is we actually are financial advisers and one of the the things I think the world I like the entire world because we're we're worldwide now? A lot of people mourns theory class. I have no idea who we are. Well check out the money the coaches do but not everybody in the world to actually like prospect. All through microstate classes like. I'll tell them okay if you want to know the truth before Gym Class Starts I the answer. Youtube comments perfect. So that's why I don't talk to anybody I answered. It's all your fault everybody out there your fault that. I'm not being socialist because I'm answering Youtube comments. I think what's it's really interesting is the lot of folks because the show reach out to us and say. Hey I want to work with you guys. I'm looking to work with your Yada. Yada Yada Yada and I think a lot of folks folks are really surprised when we answer and say hey thank you so much. That's incredibly wonderful. But it might not make sense for you to work with an advisor just yet. We're not one of the things that everybody everybody needs a financial adviser and so one of the things we WANNA help kind of walk through today is wind as an adviser make sense. Why does an adviser make sense? How do you pick an adviser? And what are the things that you you need to know. And what to expect. I mean success is when you know what you're going to get and you don't have expectations that aren't met so this'll be good now. It's going to feel this is something this is what we don't do these shows like I thought. I thought we did this show like last week and then I looked and it's been years probably a gun this show. Oh so definitely needs to be touched. And I think the reason we've been scared to touch on. This is because it does seem like one of those things. I've always been very hesitant to look like infomercials or sales jobs. But this is an education platform in the best customer or consumer you can have is an educated customers so this ties right into our platform of the abundance cycle in just learn apply grow and just give it away. So let's jump right in this thing. Let's first talk about an overview of the world of financial advisers. Yeah Yeah so we actually went and looked at the numbers and we were kind of surprised because it looks like right. Now there are two hundred seventy one thousand seven hundred financial advisors is. There's in the US and this is all this data we're compiling from the Bureau Viper statistics the CFP. That number. When I was actually surprised by down two hundred employ employ at two hundred financial advisors since we did this like two two and a half years ago so I wonder if that's folks retiring I wonder if that's mergers? I wonder what the thing is. It's causing down but it wasn't. It could be a rounding error in the way they two hundred people so we have two hundred seventy one thousand. Almost two hundred seventy two thousand financial advisers out there well of that eighty six thousand three hundred seventy eight of those are CFP professional certified financial planners. We'll talk a second about what that is and why it matters but for right now we just didn't has the prerequisite that's kind of the baseline if you WANNA be a financial adviser and then we also thought was interesting. Is One of the things the terms that we're gonNA talk about is how advisors I get paid about one point four percent or only thirty seven hundred of those two hundred. Seventy two thousand advisers are fee only advisors. That's that's us. We're the Unicorn that's right. That's what explain it when I talk to college. Capstone classes and others. We say we're the UNICORNS. You know this is. This is where a little unique. And that's what it's probably if we're going to explain that we're the UNICORNS. Only thirty. Seven hundred feeling advisors. You're probably wondering because look you realize very quickly and I know this is not. They're not not inclusive of all the numbers here but it's still a pretty good point that only a third of people have gone out and got the professional certification. I mean when you work with a public accountant. Count you kind of assume that you're there on the road to getting their CPA licence somehow financial. Planning it doesn't work that way because you can see the lion's Ryan share causes seventy percent people in and that's the thing I've always hated about this industry. Anybody can call themselves a financial planner. You can basically go hang a shingle single outside your front door and say open for business. What do I need to do so? Let's kind of go a little deeper. So people know what the requirements are what the standards birds are and what the education kind of things that you ought to look for so we think inside the financial planning world. There are three distinct business models that you ought to know about and kind of the thing that differentiates differentiates visor advisors. At least for the most part it's kind of how they're compensated. That's a real easy way to see the difference between different types of advisors so Bo. Let's let's roll into these different different types. Because and here's the cool thing I come from a background where worked actually worked in two of these camps bow. You've worked in one of these camps so I think we've got all three covered yet so it was kind of jump into these so the very first one is the commission based business model very simple simply these advisers that are paid commissions for the products they sell so a lot of times. You see through this with loaded. Mutual funds or insurance companies. They sell you insurance policy. ABC or Mutual Fund Xyz and they receive a company commission from the company whose products they are selling. And so you just said something that just triggered something that I hear. People say people were told sometimes about people that are pushing products is. Don't worry sorry. This is actually free to you. I'm paid by the Insurance Company. I'm paid by the brokerage hot. It is a pet peeve. So I just want you to know. You realize realized the price of the product that they're selling does so there even though the insurance company's paying them you ultimately are bearing that cost or just know that that's that's a sales tactic it's a little sleight of hand. I don't want you to fall victim to that. Exactly right the second one so we have commission with the very next business. Model is the fee based business model. And so what this means. It's an adviser who sort of paid through a combination. This is a hybrid. They receive some portion in fees but they also do receive commissions as well when I worked on the before fee only I worked for a CPA firm that we were more of the fee based model. 'cause we sold life insurance. We also did financial planning and investment management. We did a Lotta rap accounts we dabbled in annuities. Really we wrap account advisers. And when I say wrap account it's the fact that we would go back commissioned mission mutual funds but we waived the commissions that the mutual fund companies would pay and then charge of an assets under management type fee. We'd still get some some trails and might have changed because I've been out of that game for two decades but at the time you waved a lot of the commission's but it did awhile you did kind of look like a feeling adviser advisor in the fact that you're getting paid under like assets under management or some retainer model but you still keep your right to go sell a life insurance product or something and get commissions and get paid so you're getting paid both commissions as well as some type of truck that's right and so then the third and this is the one that we alluded to. This is what we call the UNICORNS are the only essentially. The way of feeling the adviser gets paid is directly from the clients. They work with. There's no outside company or third party pain. Then they get paid directly from the client and generally speaking it's either through like an hourly early model or a retainer model or an assets under management type model and think about that because I think we have a lot of people to reach out if you're thinking about by the hour that means you. I'm having engagement that you think you just had a need. That's going to go away after the project's over retainer means you maybe you pay an annual fee it's the same fee and in essence senator management. That is the majority of your bigger firms are going to be A. Um which means that they do take a percentage of the assets that they're actually adding value or managing for you. That's exactly but even inside there. It's it gets a little more nuanced. What kind of talk about that in a second so the next thing? I'd like to to kind of because I wanNA keep this rolling. I don't want to overwhelm people but I WANNA make sure we keep it. Going is understanding the difference between financial planning standards because they are too big camps and I think the public is clueless on this. It was a big battle in Washington. And I I bet. We could walk down to the streets of Franklin Tennessee and not any of the ten people we I asked. What are you know about suitability rules and they'd be like I don't know what how about a fiduciary standard there but what's heard of and by the way I still have trouble spelling fiduciary so this is a legit issue? So it's one of those things that I think that the public is definitely a disconnect so we want to kind of open that up a little bit and so I thought it was beautiful. Brian is I think we ought to define both of them. So I'll kind of read the definitions but then I want you to share what they actually. Because I've heard you you do this ten thousand times and I think you do really well. So the suitability standard requires that a broker makes recommendations that are just suitable for the client situation. It doesn't necessarily have to be in their best interest. Just can't be grossly negligent because they're selling your product that's right so then we think about the fiduciary standard requires an adviser adviser put the clients best interests ahead of their own and they adhered to the ARA is forced by the SEC. So here's the illustration always give people on this and this is the the older I get the more sensitive. I've come to what I put my body and I what I eat because they just had to pay attention because I know that healthier eat the cleaner. I'm going to live in probably longer I live and that's it's all important well. It's kind of like that with money. You would think that you won't have the best things working for your long term success financially. Here's is the problem though suitability all. It means. It doesn't have to be in your best interest. 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"yada yada" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"yada yada" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Attention still appropriately given to the music from Queen. There is the American idol season finale in the next week. And this next episode is set to be jammed packed with a lot of superstar appearances weezer Carrie Underwood Dannon shea daddy Yankee Adam Lambert's reforms latest single who is in queen's bohemian rhapsody together with one of the contestants whose name is Dmitri's Graham. So that oughta be a big deal, then Carrie Underwood is going to perform her latest single southbound Dan shea will be singing all the myself speechless with Madison van den Bergh contestants. John party will perform amid leave nightshift and dirt on my boots lane hardy came Brown. Performing good as you and lost in the middle of nowhere with Elissa. Raghu? Katy Perry is going to be singing unconditionally with Jeremiah Lloyd arm in school in the gang. Reforming a medley of Hollywood swinging ladies night and celebrate with the top ten performers. Luke, Bryan is going to reform knocking boots every breath. You take Lacey K booze. Lionel is going to be dancing on the ceiling with all of the top ten finalists Mantell Jordan his going to do. This is how we do it with Austin, Michael. And then we are performing badly of Africa. Take on me and everybody wants to rule the world with Wade coda and Walker Burrows. So it's really quite an interesting conglomeration as they really put it all together. Episodes two hours, three hours. A lot of content in there doing stretch it out. Yeah. Well in this case, not only that but they've been doing they've been playing. I think America has been on ABC three nights Saturdays. They have collective of what they've done what they do it on Sunday Monday or Monday and Tuesday the lag shows. Sunday, monday. Season. Yes. Yeah. Yes. It did the voice does the same thing. They drag it out and they've got a million performances before they get to the results. And they it's all time to be see the sweeps period is over next Thursday week from tomorrow. So you can be sure that all the episodes of every television show others. These shows are other shows are going to be jam packed with all kinds of. We give you the fun alley in yada, yada. So that's the story. From American idol leeway seems gained a little more momentum toward the end of the season. Also from the world of music, Madonna who's been around a lot of people we've been talking about her a lot lately matter of fact lot of people are concerned about the Eurovision song contest. She's not living the controversy around that taking place in Israel shaker, determination, my friend per Geller has been in touch with her. Matter of fact, she's going to go over to his new museum to bless it while she's in Israel. Interesting things, apparently, she's a couple hours. And very loves celebrities, and they all have him. So it'll be a big love best. So I don't really.

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"yada yada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"yada yada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Manufacturer shop provide repair and maintenance information yada, yada, yada and company will say, well, we're sorry. We're not going to share that information with you. When you really don't care what p ninety nine says or doesn't say we're just not giving you that information. And and you're selling stuff for them that they won't give you the legally required information, not not you're not selling stuff for them. They're denying you access to their information. You're selling it for for another retailer or another provider. Correct. Scott. No, no, I'm I'm working for the I worked for the hospital. And I'm caring our equipment that and they still won't provide you the underlying manuals, correct? Yep. Yeah. Well, go ahead. And the other side of this is that a federal agency that CMS or center for Medicare and Medicaid. Studies has formally adopted that ninety nine into the code of federal regulations and a lot of these companies say, well, we don't really care what this federal agency says because the. TA that regulates us doesn't complimentary language. So, you know, Pascall you want cry you want. You're not kidding. We have summation you need because we don't want you repairing our quick and taking away our service revenues regardless of whether or not it makes healthcare cheaper for the rest of us. The battle that. I fight every day. Another example have any advice on fighting it better. Yeah. Probably not. I mean, what we you raised the point that that at least in part, I was trying to say before with all of the regulation that we have in place. You would think that we would have better results when with respect to what the that that regulations. Those regulations if enforced should bring both for drug prices, drug availability, and with respect to the medical equipment. You're talking about you know, you would think that biff made aware that the appropriate agencies would then bring enforcement actions to make sure that that information was available. So that we would have cheaper healthcare. But you don't see that last step taken, and in pirated could be because you know, the foreign national is saying we're not we're not necessarily subject to those regulations. And you can't force us to provide it to you in the. United States army annuals our eyes, and we can do with them what we want. It seems odd to me that though if they're selling the product here that are agencies couldn't force them to produce that information because they'd be they would be subject to our regulations. The problem is is you've got to get the government to act, and and I think somewhat argue that too often. And this is why we have some of these problems that we're now looking at with the opioid issue in the like is that the government is reluctant to act when clearly they should. And especially when you're talking about the skyrocketing cost of healthcare and the equipment, and and even just avail ability trying to get a doctor's appointments at a couple of shoes with for students in the last month. A you had issues for my son to try and get availability to even get an appointment to see a doctor now is just very problem. With this ridiculous cost of healthcare. Even when you have good insurance, Scott we have to. We have to break now. But I have something I want to. Bring up in regards to your situation might apply after we take a look at the news. Well, we'll get we'll do some weather after this break on WBZ. This is.

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"yada yada" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"yada yada" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You're listening to swear talk on. No, no, the beach boys, Randy nausea, got to do it to you. Get to me. You see that? I've never done that. You always do that to me. I say, you, listen, you, go the beach, boys beach. Boy, everybody already knew that. Anyway, you are listening to square talk on cars with you two very very very best friends in the car business. Randy Evans over here in sir Fogel, look oh. I wasn't cardis. I was talking about me. But you aren't the other one. I'm not a very best friend Houser to Reggie their MRIs almost in the carpet, quiet. Yes. He is quiet today. Anyway. Just to finish up on where I was before the break. Yes. Here's here's something where we at. Now. I think it was maybe Monday was either Monday or Saturday. I'm leaving the dealership to go home. Got everything done office has locked lights are out said good night to everybody getting into my car. And all of a sudden somebody gets out of a car that pulls into the customer parking lots. Are you Dave? And I say, yeah. How are you? In guy introduces himself that it at a data, and we happen to have a mutual acquaintance. And he starts telling me that, you know, this mutual acquaintance told him that I'm the best guy in the world. And you know, somebody I can trust in this and that and all these things, and he goes on to tell me how he's what he's watched my commercials for years on TV. And yada, yada, yada. And then he starts to tell me that he's got an appointment with one of our sales people, Jeff, and I said, oh, great. And he starts telling me that he purchased a car a used car from local dealership, and he had issues with the car. And he thought he was getting his money back. So he figured he'd come in and look at car. So I said why don't come inside and talk for a few minutes like say, I was all packed up, and you know, stark out already and everything. So we will go back any. So I can't believe you're gonna go and back in you don't have to do that said. No, let me find out. What's going on with you? You don't like to help you. I can't and whatever so go, and we sit we talk so anyway buys this used car pays cash for strokes. Check, they go to leave with it from the dealership and was a new car dealer will keep the name out of it. No sooner they start to drive way. There is an issue with the car. They can't drive. So they bring it right back. They give him a loaner car to us and say, let's take a look at it. We're sorry that that that the next day comes car still not fixed by the third day. They call him up and say, well, we can't sell you that car we're not going to be. And it turns out the car they tell it has some major mechanical issues as well as no airbags. Well, yeah. So I said to him right off the bat. I said, and they didn't know anything about it. And they've offered to get him a different car, and whatever and he went, and I said, well, I'll tell you what I said number one. If it was me, I think being you know, you said a buy here pay here lot. That's one thing you went to a franchise new car dealer, and they saw I said, I just find it hard to believe that they would not have known these things about the car was a fairly new car. Think of two thousand twelve before they sold it. And whatever I said, I don't know if I do business there, and he wanted to look at cars here. And I said, you know, what the reality is. There's no sense in a showing you anything right now. Because the first thing you need to do is get out of your deal. And I said, you know, if the dealers worth their weight in salt, this shouldn't be an issue because even though you paid for and you signed all the papers, you really never took delivery. And for me, I would walk away. Thank you very much, yada. Yada, yada comes back two days later with his wife. Looking at cars, they they're gonna they're gonna they're gonna give me my money back. I'm gonna go back later today. I just came into look at cars, we showed them a few cars that would fit their budget and all that. And that was the end of it, and guess what never came back next day here from well. You know, they were really sorry at the other dealership. You're really sorry. So they switched and gave them another used car. They switched it for the same price. Okay. So I asked him what the price is a matter of fact, no is five hundred dollars less. He was at eleven and a half thousand dollars out the door and with the new car they were giving him a refund a five hundred dollars. So he tells me what the car is. And I said, wow, let me just start off by telling you. L and to boot and that car had some problems that quiet some problems. He started telling me they're looking at it. And I'm going boy two cars in a row fairly late model and to boot look up the car, and that's a car. So they retailed it to him with eleven thousand out the door. So about ninety five hundred bucks. Let's say little overnight thousand I look up the car that's a car that should retail for about eight thousand dollars. Nice. And I told him that. And I said, you know, you continue to be he's all no, I'm done went back. Obviously took a little bit of effort got with the general manager of the store. They let him out gave him his refund came into us bought a car to care for. I will just tell you when you buying a used car, unless you're absolutely sure of who you buying from. Get a checked out by an independent mechanic. You know, if you have any doubts, especially car that doesn't have warranty on it. It's there, but just like Marlene said before things like that when it's time call dealership talk to somebody get a feel for the place 'cause that's just to me that's criminal that you won't talk to you customer. Anyway, here we are almost at the half hour, Mark. I know everybody out there saying we're we're going to shot car shopping this weekend. Where should we go? They said Tyron square Mazda in this. And how the hell do we get there? No, well, well, I'm gonna tell you all you gotta do is get onto interstate two seventy five take takes it. Number twenty four. That's twenty second avenue north in Saint Pete go west about four miles. So you get the Tyrone boulevard. Turn right go pass Tyron square mall over the hump in the road. You'll see our big beautiful American flag flying on the left hand side of the street becoming down US nineteen from you know, countryside or Newport Ritchie or palm harbor Clearwater in those areas. Like Randy says up there. U S nineteen to sixty six street sixty six three two Tyrone boulevard. Same return same while that you're gonna zip by don't sit by too fast. Speed limits. Forty five miles an hour. They're over the hump in the road. We'd be honored. Have you come in? You'll be treated as welcome guest. And if you just wanna come by and say, Hello. That's okay, too. It's amazing. It's absolutely amazing. How many people that listen to the radio show, you know? And it seems like a lot of a lot of times. It's people that are going to be pines or something they're veterans, and they'll just stop in and say Hello. The show. It's pretty cool. We'll give you the phone number's in the website after the break because we're coming up on Fox News again Hillsborough nine nine zero Pinellas four six one nine three five to Randy. And I'll be back with more square talk on cars news, traffic, and weather. Tampa Bay's News Radio WFAN. From the SafeTouch Security traffic center. We're seeing a bit of a slowdown on fiftieth street northbound between Madison Avenue and causeway boulevard. Also, some delays on Dale may be westbound between Columbus drive in IT seventy five and if you're driving around.

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"yada yada" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"yada yada" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"That's also very aggressive, obviously by the fake front. I think they liked being close games. I think there are team that wants to be in close games. They believe in themselves. They believe that post of the game. Is that tighter? It is the muddier. It is the better they're going to be. I've just been so impressed with how the first part of the season. Everybody's known for billion yards and yada yada, yada. And then Sean p eight and a four Cillian guy. Right gets he's from Parcells tree recognizes that listened late in the season. It's gotta be one of run. It's gotta be one physical mental toughness. It's all this stuff. It's not gonna show up in the in the stat sheet at the end of the day. I think that's. I don't think anybody in the world besides an eagles fan. Now. The eagles we're going to get the ball. Go down and score a touchdown to win that game to me a turnover was inevitable. However, it happened because the saints just beat the snot out of the eagles. Not second half. Great stuff. Trend will my favorite ten minutes. Eleven minutes. We do every week. Decade and a half in this league. When you come out to LA again, which is rare we love having you on the couch. Well, not just looking at your Super Bowl trophy and stuff. Thanks, buddy. By the way, we have four great coaches left and four gifted quarterbacks left it special. This is the special time. These are these are the best of the best great coaching matchups. I mean, how lucky are we got it, by the way? Can I say this? I know you guys I'll tell me like watching football and snow. I don't I don't wanna watch football and snow says that everybody's always like snow games. I'll let you know what I liked that Dallas game seventy degrees. You know, what I like that game in the Super Bowl seventy degrees. Everybody always tells me they like snow games in band weather. I don't know. I want to see the world's best quarterbacks and the world's best receivers be allowed to do their things easily who's telling you that. Would you ever heard people say like I'm watching the colts in the chiefs? And I'm like, I hate this crappy weather, and then I watch the Rams Dallas. It's like it looks like only the only people that say that are people that live in cold weather places. Yeah. Justify the vacuum. It's cold. It's like every sport is better. When the when the conditions are I've never wanted to watch you know, when like NBC thing when they put a hockey game. Outside and it's like, oh, great guys playing in a blizzard. I could sit in I can go to Duluth Minnesota and see that I want the little athletes to be able to perform in a comfortable environment. So they perform at the highest level. The warriors be better. If there was a roof leak and oracle were slipping on the floor. Give me domes give me warm weather twelve. We put Super Bowls in warm weather our three coming up try Vic sign X..

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"yada yada" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"yada yada" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"He told the radio station that Jay Gruden called him into his office and informed him of his release. Of course, merging may have seen some. In the comments a said, the play calling was not good. So they should have played more zone against backup quarterback Blaine gabbert, yada, yada yada, and seemingly as a direct result of those game comments DJ swear, jer no longer a member of Washington's football team of Myron, you know, we're in this era. Where guys seeming there were a little more. They feel more freely to express their discontent with teams more. So in a public setting. We saw that from swear injure like we want the honesty, but then sometimes there's reprecussions we've seen this with swear injure. What do you make this move by Washington? Well, I guess I want to congratulate him for getting out of Washington, you're better off at the bay. But you know, if you have such a mess of a franchise like they all right now to me, I understand his frustration. He's not the only one who feels that way. He's the only one who expressed it to that degree, and I always feel like post game eaves and you've been in these situations. There's a lot of emotions when you realize that your team has fallen short of what you feel. They could do. So where does he get a pass? I mean, what what do you understand sort the emotions of the season, but it's easy for Jay Gruden to to cut them. But he got bigger problems than people making comments about this franchise all the turban that they've been dealing with. Yes. I think it's indicative just, you know, more issues at play within their organization to where your house is just sloppy right now. Yes. So many levels is just sloppy you need to hire the right cleaning company come in and put that a house back together that's presentable to people who want to come and play there and try to get them back in the Super Bowl. But right now, the entire house is just too sloppy. You know, what never goes out of style surprise at a special friend or loved one. With twenty four multicolored roses for twenty nine ninety nine for one hour, one eight hundred flowers dot com to order, just go to one eight hundred flowers dot com slash ESPN..

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"yada yada" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"yada yada" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"He told the radio station that Jay Gruden called him into his office and informed him of his release. Of course, merging may have seen some. In the comments a said, the play calling was not good. So they should have played more zone against backup quarterback Blaine gabbert, yada, yada yada, and seemingly as a direct result of those game comments DJ swear, jer no longer a member of Washington's football team of Myron, you know, we're in this era. Where guys seeming there were a little more. They feel more freely to express their discontent with teams more. So in a public setting. We saw that from swear injure like we want the honesty, but then sometimes there's reprecussions we've seen this with swear injure. What do you make this move by Washington? Well, I guess I want to congratulate him for getting out of Washington, you're better off at the bay. But you know, if you have such a mess of a franchise like they all right now to me, I understand his frustration. He's not the only one who feels that way. He's the only one who expressed it to that degree, and I always feel like post game eaves and you've been in these situations. There's a lot of emotions when you realize that your team has fallen short of what you feel. They could do. So where does he get a pass? I mean, what what do you understand sort the emotions of the season, but it's easy for Jay Gruden to to cut them. But he got bigger problems than people making comments about this franchise all the turban that they've been dealing with. Yes. I think it's indicative just, you know, more issues at play within their organization to where your house is just sloppy right now. Yes. So many levels is just sloppy you need to hire the right cleaning company come in and put that a house back together that's presentable to people who want to come and play there and try to get them back in the Super Bowl. But right now, the entire house is just too sloppy. You know, what never goes out of style surprise at a special friend or loved one. With twenty four multicolored roses for twenty nine ninety nine for one hour, one eight hundred flowers dot com to order, just go to one eight hundred flowers dot com slash ESPN..

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"yada yada" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"yada yada" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"We have all the pollen falling down. Now. My whole yard is covered. My car is covered in pollen. Meanwhile, it's always talking to some friends radio friends yesterday. And it's like it's snowing here it's snowing yellow we've eight inches on the ground right now. I'm like, oh, okay. I gotta go. I'm dying of allergies right now. Because all of our flowers and the pollen, and you know, the leaves are sprouting and yada, yada. Hard life in Florida. I washed all the pollen off my car today. And then, of course, it rained. It has it rained since I don't know when but every time I wash my car, I can make it rain. Wasn't hasn't been supposed to rain for quite some time. Yeah. Mother nature is a playing tricks on us 'cause it's been more here. This time of year rush. It's been almost ninety which is strange. But it's it's that way all round known Radic temperatures, you know, so again climate change global warming. It's. Eight four four three zero five seventy eight hundred eight four four three zero five seven eight zero zero pick up the phone and give us a call. That's amazing website too. In the story that daisy just read all these stories that everybody reads during the show or posted on talking petScom g and the talking just click on the homepage right there. You'll see the news, and there's a video and so on and so forth. But if you want to get those websites, and you didn't quite catch it you can look on the news section there. And all the stories are there with the website and so on and so forth, but that's for horse owners and stuff. That's a pretty beneficial website. You know to be able to pick out those diseases, but as you were reading the story, it was like thirty sixty ninety days pick, your disease is like, which one do you want it? When do you want to get it? You want herpes in thirty days. Oh, sure. That's what it kind of sounded like this story. But it's like, no, you can identify herpes and all these other disease and horses with this website. So, but it's good information. Yeah. Vaccination that's what they say. But there is an argument out there about over vaccinating too. So you gotta be careful on that. I do kinda believe in that you can over vaccinate. It's the same thing with the human human body. I mean, you can if you're on antibiotics, you could take too many antibiotics, which doesn't help your immune system to fight things off so much screwed either way. Yeah. We are. Very much -biotics and you die of an infection. And if you do the antics, then you die of over vaccination, or or, you know, but yeah, I mean like in the old days, it's weird because I, you know, grow growing up it was like. We had dirt our mouth and everything else all the time. And we were outside playing as kids. So we're pretty much immune to all that stuff. Now kids stay in house and play video games and everything else, and they're not immune to this stuff now. So their body gets intact with it. Then it's like what is this? So it's kind of frightening. I don't know if you saw where they're they're sciences now thinking about where they can build hearts in organs. Animal Uman organs just from they put the design into the computer and machine builds it. Builds a human heart. So and they're saying within the next couple of years that'll be out there that you know, if somebody has damaged heart from a heart attack, or whatever they can build you one. So you don't have to go on a donor list anymore. So yeah, I was reading that they can actually clone and it's very expensive right now. Clone into like lab created meet right? You don't need an animal. Right. You don't have to. Well. That'd be good. That's we we covered that story that you won't have to eat an animal from a cow or anything. There's a whole lot of scary factors in that. Because if they make the meeting a lab, and we start eating lab meet what happens out of the cows. And everything you're out there. I mean, you know, they poop and fart, and that's one of the big things that you know, climate change right there. The methane gas. But Nate it's very true. They wouldn't be them. All people still kept having cow's milk. Great. Well, yeah. Malcolm, you never know. So we're just gonna be a lonely creature out there we make all of our own stuff Spain due to your pets and help control the pet population. And thanks for joining.

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"yada yada" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"yada yada" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Of the podcast recess sandwich and Papa Ganda an author of the graphic novel meal, and we're talking to her because she's bringing a new kind of restaurant criticism to a major American newspaper. One that's going to also take a look at issues of race, and culture and history everything from urban development issues of the environment. So really taking the review beyond the plate itself mean food is really the by the thing that binds so many aspects of how he live isn't it high time that restaurant criticism take into account issues as we've been saying of race culture history economics the environment Soleil, so before I wanna play a bit of tape from your from your podcast racist sandwich. But before I do the name, can you can you explain the name racist sandwich to us? Yeah. It's a pretty funny. One my co-host the here John Muhammad came up with it and resisted for a long time. But it's actually perfect. So. I got egg on my face about it. So it's a refers to this really interesting story that went viral in the Portland public school system where a school administrator was doing a sort of sensitivity training with other school staff and talking about implicit bias. And so she used the example of I if you're a math teacher, and you're using math problems that you're using a word problem. And you say, you know, Matthew has for peanut butter sandwiches. Yada, yada, yada. It right. Her point was don't assume your students know what a peanut butter and jelly sandwich is because they might not they might have not have ever eaten it before. So, you know, in that way, don't assume think about the demographics of your classroom, and so on right like that makes sense. And so that story was leaked to I think Huffington Post or something, and it blew up into this huge thing where she was calling peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Ray? Racist. And then the conservative media picked up on it and said, oh, like Portland public schools spent millions of dollars to figure out that the peanut butter sandwiches are racist sandwich. And so the name comes from that whole idea where like the indignation of thinking about food is political just makes people just blow up interesting. Okay. But as you were saying earlier, though, their food is is political and the choice not to talk about politics around food is also political choice. You were just saying that right, right? Yeah. That's the joke. Okay. We'll so here's here's a clip from the podcast racist sandwiches from two thousand sixteen episode where you spoke with comedian Jimmy Yang about community and culture for us is immigrants or children of aliens food is one of the only places that we can usually keep regardless of whether or not we speak our link the native tongues whether or not we get along with our parents, despite the.

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"yada yada" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"yada yada" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Of the podcast recess sandwich and Papa Ganda an author of the graphic novel meal, and we're talking to her because she's bringing a new kind of restaurant criticism to a major American newspaper. One that's going to also take a look at issues of race, and culture and history everything from urban development issues of the environment. So really taking the review beyond the plate itself mean food is really the by the thing that binds so many aspects of how he live isn't it high time that restaurant criticism take into account issues as we've been saying of race culture history economics the environment Soleil, so before I wanna play a bit of tape from your from your podcast racist sandwich. But before I do the name, can you can you explain the name racist sandwich to us? Yeah. It's a pretty funny. One my co-host the here John Muhammad came up with it and resisted for a long time. But it's actually perfect. So. I got egg on my face about it. So it's a refers to this really interesting story that went viral in the Portland public school system where a school administrator was doing a sort of sensitivity training with other school staff and talking about implicit bias. And so she used the example of I if you're a math teacher, and you're using math problems that you're using a word problem. And you say, you know, Matthew has for peanut butter sandwiches. Yada, yada, yada. It right. Her point was don't assume your students know what a peanut butter and jelly sandwich is because they might not they might have not have ever eaten it before. So, you know, in that way, don't assume think about the demographics of your classroom, and so on right like that makes sense. And so that story was leaked to I think Huffington Post or something, and it blew up into this huge thing where she was calling peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Ray? Racist. And then the conservative media picked up on it and said, oh, like Portland public schools spent millions of dollars to figure out that the peanut butter sandwiches are racist sandwich. And so the name comes from that whole idea where like the indignation of thinking about food is political just makes people just blow up interesting. Okay. But as you were saying earlier, though, their food is is political and the choice not to talk about politics around food is also political choice. You were just saying that right, right? Yeah. That's the joke. Okay. We'll so here's here's a clip from the podcast racist sandwiches from two thousand sixteen episode where you spoke with comedian Jimmy Yang about community and culture for us is immigrants or children of aliens food is one of the only places that we can usually keep regardless of whether or not we speak our link the native tongues whether or not we get along with our parents, despite the.

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"yada yada" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

Silver & Black Pride

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"yada yada" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

"Assuming car stays there a car that is I see Nick Bosa being an injury prone player. Current injury in family history with Joey Bosa yada, yada, yada. Do you see at all of which you mentioned earlier are one of the two Alabama defenders or Clemson edge rusher? Abetter pick at number one awhile. I really don't I think MacOS is as I said before far and away the best player in those drought at any position. I think he has a Khalil Mack like impact on the game. Now, it seems silly to trade away. Khalil Mack take the next Khalil Mack with with your own pit. But that's essentially what the reader should do. And I hope it is what the do because Nick Bosa hit when he did play on the game was just phenomenal. He was in the backfield at all times disrupting all the plays that he was in there for and it was just tremendous watch. Now, I do like Ed Oliver law. If the rate is one would dress defensive tackle, he might be somebody they consider if they don't have the first pick. I wouldn't take it all under one overall just because of the presence of Nick Boza. He's already signed with nations are done with college. He's focusing on the drought. I don't seem as an injury prone player either. I mean, we can look at his brother Joey Bosa and CEO, here's a guy who's always hurt bio necessarily see that applying to Nick. And I don't think you. Come on casper Davis. Oh, messed up pin? Joey Bosa injury history on his brother. If you want you want to say, we might be a contract issue too. We will, you know, just because Joey was we'll we gotta look at what the chargers did Joey Bosa tried to screw them over with some ridiculous language in his contract. Come on. He's not gonna scam at any shouldn't Johnny boasted absolute arriving in his negotiations with the chargers, and they signed eventually he was absolutely a hundred percent proven. Right. I don't think both going to be a problem. I don't see NATO says an injury pump player. I think he's the guy got a pretty serious injury took time off to the right thing. We have it. I think he'll be just fine. We'll see my helming combines tell us a lot and the draft being a month after the combine on two months out of the combine of the raiders are gonna have a lot of time to make up their mind and at the scene DeVos out, the combine or in his pro day, this private workouts. Look at a hundred percent. You will absolutely be the pitch of the raiders south number one. I love Cleland Farrell who's the address from Clemson everybody on that Clemson defensive line, anybody some of the backups are going to be they want to draft. That is the most stacked visual group in college team. I ever seen in my entire life. And I've been watching college football for twenty five years. The Clemson defense is absolutely ridiculous. But Cleland fairly is the standout eat. He stands out even amongst other first round picks on in his own positional. That's how good Cleland fair. So if the raiders get a pick three or four somehow if they haven't win another game or two then Cleland feral wouldn't be a bad choice that number four. Neither would add Oliver at all is he's an errand Donald type guy could take on two or three blockers and still get to the quarterback. I absolutely love but his production has fallen. Little bit in the latter season. I think he had an injury to Farrell's has not so becomes down to Oliver feral, depending on how well the raiders addressed -fensive tackle in in free agency. Or if they think there's other prospects board they could fill the DT position with an I would go with feral if they don't have the number one pick. But if they do Ningbo is Nova ringer number one. No question. And the you know, we know that the forty Niners in the cardinals. They have to lose. They'll lose writers are looking at the probably the thorough overall pick. So that could be more reality. Nick Boza good belong gone on long gone. I think the quarterback class has a lot to do with who's gonna go where the giants are in that situation as well. We're going to be looking for their quarterback of the future..

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"yada yada" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"yada yada" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"To adjudicate a real racism or faked up. Social Justice warriors scam case now back winnable on AM, seven sixty talk and breaking news. I think he's just Amanda pass judgment on that issue. Sixty talk of breaking news. Tom Harris is the executive director of the international climate science coalition and a policy advisor for environment policy at the heartland institute. Get more information at climate science international dot org. Tom welcome to the show. I appreciate you being back. Yes. Good to be on. So we see this report that comes out here. It was dropped by the by the Trump administration in the dark of of black Friday when nobody was paying attention or watching the news or any of that sort of stuff and immediately depressed, declares it a win there. Right. Look the world is ending. We have a limited time to do it. It's going to kill our GDP. We must immediately get back into the Paris accord, yada, yada, yada. What what's the real truth that's going on here, Tom? Well, the real truth is a lot of this report doesn't even make any sense. I mean, they talk about it being, you know, the fastest really say. In fact, right here temperature is rising more rapidly than anything modern civilization has ever experienced. Well, we actually have had no warming since the beginning of the millennia. And of course, November twenty eighteen and said all kinds of coal temperature records all across the US and Canada. And in fact, there is increasing number of scientists who actually say that this is the beginning of a cooling phase. That may last until the middle of the twenty first century. I hope they're wrong because you know, living up here in Canada. The last thing we need is Kuwait. Let me ask you by comparison when we had our last ice age the last big ice age that we experienced how long did that take to onset and how long did it last? Lasts as long time. I mean, that's what they call a glacial. I know where I'm sitting here in Canada, we had two kilometers of ice right over top of us. And indeed there was only one small part of candidates that didn't have ice cover. And of course, a lot of the northern US was covered with place here as well and battery lasted for about ninety thousand years, then typically what you have is about a ten thousand sometimes shorter. But typically ten thousand year interglacial is is what we're in right now, actually and scientists are saying that indeed we're near the end of the interglacial, and it could end anytime in the next.

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"yada yada" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"yada yada" Discussed on WTVN

"Blah, I'm gonna yada yada, his career yada, yada, yada. But it was also about his work with tree conservancy and sustainability and interesting guy great to have him. He's going to be back on again, the song was called. That's your secret is interesting. I'm glad we waited until the final hour to play it because it spoke directly to the idea of people trying to sort out their life, and all and that reminds you a bunch of interesting things I've heard a Twitter since we started this conversation. You can find me at deacon punit p you an E mail. My old friend Craig wrote to talk about about stuff, Greg. I'll be in touch at tennis. But most people have been actually getting it on. This idea of solvers is spirit. We don't have to continue with this hour. But we can if you want so polite you got the wheel, but I liked what Ashley had to say on Twitter. She said, I believe one's spirit is created by ones soul much. Like a song is created by one's mouth rob said when we flew we had to list, how many souls we had on board we had to count the deceased as souls. So when the ship goes down souls lost actually meant bodies not recovered. That's interesting. How I've heard it. But I think that's really interesting Randall wrote what if we are just cells in God's body or brain. That's always to me at Ryan RJ Ryan said so so question, so is it that we're born with a soul, and what we learn in feel religion. And otherwise this with our spirit that was one definition. I had heard once that soul is what we live with spiritus. What we learn with. I don't know if that's true. But but in any event still plenty of people who are weighing in on that. And we'll do it to an open lines. I am sure we'll find a line for you. Coming up next on coast to coast AM in for George Noory. This is he punnet. We're.

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"yada yada" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:56 min | 2 years ago

"yada yada" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Pair bills. He's live like total for. And I says tour I see you know, what you can't afford not to. She's a winning. Thirty years old or thirty one or two, and if the however she was at the time because she in Ireland six months, we'd be nine months part. I says you can't afford not to do this. What do you can't afford not to do? Yes. I can't not to do it. I said I can't I says, you know, Europe for your your salary increase based on your performance appraisal. Take any increase in fund your 4._0._1._K with you'll never miss it. Now, I can't do that. So she goes, I says you feel the goof you have to do this. And she couldn't understand the half part in. I don't want to need the money right now. This is you're not gonna miss it. I said it again, and again couple of days and bias that again, you're not going to miss it just continued to sign up for this thing. So she called home. Evidently speaks to her husband who that guy. Pretty cool new. She calls. Marci says, you're right. She says I think we can. Well, I had to twist Ryan a little bit better. And I wasn't even in this business in those years guy. You can see the right? Well, you know, what's good that painted just going away, and you got 4._0._1._K opportunity. You gotta jump on it now, whether there'd be forward K opportunity or what I talked about earlier the interviewers alive opportunity to get the tax free money. Roth IRA opportunity of any investment opportunity with real estate or doesn't matter. What it is. How many times have you listeners out? There said to yourself doggone. I wish I wish I had listened to some. So are we should have done something different in terms of my vision about that rental property when it's cheaper. Maybe I should have bought this car shit about the other car with my instincts told me to some different hindsight being twenty twenty. We all human nature golf think about that kind of thing. So nevertheless, this person who I'm speaking to a very different of mine and long story short. She's ready to retire. And she's one of the ladies I spoke of earlier in one of the other shows about when she calls me and says, you know, what Margaret need to create cash now start talking about creating. Income in said, okay. We can do that you and your husband, and I can get together and talk about the do's and don'ts retirement. The things we need to think about more than ever. She says she's very happy to do that. So she made the point you come in. She sits down McLeans you immediately start to cry. This is why are you crying joyful time to be able to do this. And she says, I can't believe that. I have what I have. And I would all to you know, she put the finger on me saying she owes it to me that she's got this big chunk of money in our 4._0._1._K. I to me you to your God. Because you know, what the good Lord, you know, he looked down upon you. And you listen very carefully in terms of what was being said. And you listen to him, and he listened to me and you put your money away. And guess what? Here. It is all these years later, you have missed that money. You have no idea. How this account got to it is today. And I said, yes, you did this because you listen, she said if I had to listen to you, then thirty years has to whatever it was shipped never been where she is today. Now, I submit the people today and says, you know, what we are. What about the person who didn't listen to someone who's telling them or suggesting they jumped on the phone Kane thirty years later, they don't have that half a million dollars perhaps would have had to put money in the 4._0._1._K? So what does it make the difference in? You know, we talked about some time past what makes a difference in in our in our retirement, while one thing is being able to fund the 4._0._1._K being able to draw from the former care IRA's and other investments of the app you see. So again, I'm which do you put away is is the key in her situation. She was every performance appraisal. She got she put half remorse percent of the raise in her 4._0._1._K. And it's things got better with their husbands. John put in more more don't think for one minute that I heard people say I'm not gonna put in. 'cause they're not matching contributions put into the 4._0._1._K. Okay. Because his tax free tax deferred. And you're not paying tax on that money that you put in there if they only match two percent three percent. It's free money as a matter. How much it's free. So start the 4._0._1._K keep going the 4._0._1._K and so forth. Hear about people as they leave the company X, and they got their 4._0._1._K. And then they moved three years later, the company why they've been there for five years and they've gotten their 4._0._1._K. Now, they're at company z, for example, I got three or four one ks and they say to me, I should have moved that 4._0._1._K out of there into into an IRA. I should have moved these two this one put these two together and made it a bigger count IRA yada, yada, yada. What does she would or could imagine? Why did I do that? Because I sat on my hands. I procrastinate I didn't do it. And I heard somebody on the radio say, hey, take your money out of the 4._0._1._K platform, if some from a former employee or former employer put an IRA because two things happened to me the one your horizons expand because there's a whole lot more opportunity in terms of the IRA investments came to the expense is less. So there's more money going into your pocket and less money going into somebody else's pocket. That's huge. So if you're listening today, and you've got multiple 4._0._1._K's with. And it's very common that many employers off who offer 4._0._1._K they're not going to tell you the transfer to the new company to do that. But you can if you want to okay, you can keep consolidating, consolidate salvation. But then what what are you? What are you gaining not matching that money? Nobody's matching that money. Only matching contributions the minute you put into it your paycheck contribution, you put in a dollar. They give you twenty percent. Twenty percent of the dollar goes into not twenty percent of the balancing your account not going to do that. Or even two percent of the mouth your account. It's a contribution based on how much you contribute. The matching how much you contribute to again procrastinating. What I should've could've would've should've moved that 4._0._1._K into an IRA out been better off for things. I should have done people talking about this all time. I still listen to somebody could have been me on the radio or you have those other people on the radio they could listen to, but they didn't do it. And now they're saying Duggal, they should have more money. So again in my friends case, she's borderline retirement, but she is talking about it. Sharing has been coming to see me. And I say, okay. What are you gonna do in retirement? Pause. They didn't know. Looking at me. Tell me what you're gonna do in retirement and husbands your smile. And you know, he knows what he's gonna do. He's waiting waiting to be told what he's going to be do what are you gonna do from his life? He says, you know, I don't know yet. I says why are you retiring? How do we gonna plan retirement? You don't know what you can do. And again, I'm not saying everybody has to be busy body and do everything all the time. But you gotta have something clinician. Why are you going to occupy your time? Because you know, what folks say something, you can only watch the grass grow for so long before you go nuts. Yeah. So you're going to have some sort of a plan in terms of what your activities are going to beat how how you're gonna be involved with your family, or whatever it is your church or whoever. So again, these are things that some some of the things that people are approaching me with and saying I wish I should've move that forward care should have listened to you in terms of funding. My 4._0._1._K Evans opening a 4._0._1._K. And I hear a lot of people call me that have not done that in all the years. They've been working. I'm courage in anybody out there this something there's always something you can do to make yourself better in terms of your financial position. So you just have to look for it again. If you're listening today in your concern about some of the things we're talking about what information or to learn about something we're talking about today by all means pick up the phone. Call eight hundred nine hundred five five eight two eight hundred nine hundred fifty eight eighty two and we're offering a free consultation, and to anyone has one hundred thousand dollars that's assets to sit down and do a financial review an overview or review of where you have or second opinion. What's going on a learning process? In terms of the different tools that are available to us today. So again gives a call eight hundred nine nine five five eight eight two that's eight hundred nine nine five five eight eight to Mark Chapman is with platinum retirement solutions. I am generous act alongside Mark you talk about being able to. I'm going to say this phrase here. I'm not sure if this is exactly right. But you could see the value in 4._0._1._K's way back when when they first started you could see that. This was something that would be beneficial down the road. Did you see some of the problems with 4._0._1._K's as well some of the issues with taxes or some of the other things it was an issue at the time. Okay. We go back more than the big thing was as you have to understand it that nears pass when they started the 4._0._1._K was right about the time whenever they were eliminating the pension system are the companies out there that the people that were there were grandfathered with the company me. For example, I've got a pension from that company or for it's a small engine. But because I was there long before the forward. Okay. Long before they terminate the pension. I still maintain the pension. You can't say that for most people today that didn't work for a company way back when or a company or maybe they did they didn't offer attention. So people who came in after the pension program was over. They didn't get that. They'd had the opportunity invest in a 4._0._1._K. So now, I have and this lady I was talking about my friend has both the pension and the 4._0._1._K. Now to put any pipe smoker. That's pretty cool. Know so many of us out. There are many people out there who are who are at the retirement age sixty four to sixty six sixty seven have that same opportunity, you know, younger folks today. That's why we're advocating most people who who don't have a pension. I mean, what are you going to do? I mean, pension social security could be gone. So you have to look forward and say what what what if it does go away? What if they do push it out so far that I have to work two seventy two to get my social security. Okay. I'm good Lord. I mean, what are you gonna do you? Tell me. I'm the guy says, hey, you need to pay attention needed to get focused as they listen. This is my plan of attack to move forward. How am I going to get to where I wanna be without sitting down with someone in the financial service.

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"yada yada" Discussed on Well This Sucks

Well This Sucks

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"yada yada" Discussed on Well This Sucks

"Yada, yada? So we figured out, they come back. I'm like, hey, we should do this little boost cruise thing. They, it goes around the islands, like forty, five minutes, you know? And they're like, okay, like thankfully, she was on board. So like, okay, cool. Like this is this is where we're going to do. So we go, the boat goes out to the scenic air. We're like, oh, you know, maybe we'll see some whales or something really pretty. So we're like, going out in the boat starts turning around. So it's going back in and I'm like, okay, cool. This is about to happen. So I got the, I talked to the woman on the phone. Okay. Like is there a spot like that people take pictures? And she's like, yeah, use the boat stops and then it comes back and but people take pictures when it stops out there and captain. Jay captain j Jack captain Jack Sparrow. He was, you know, he's like, he's I live and manage just like yet. I captain wrong. He was on an ipad on the back of a. And catamaran cruise like little his steering. The best jobs. And I was like, I was like, I'm like, I'm like, see what's going on. I'm like, hey, Kevin. J like I'm going to stop anytime for like pictures, and I'm winking at the ladies when I'm like pictures like at him and he's like. What? And I'm like, yeah, they said that you guys stopped some pictures because I had some pictures wanted to take the person. I talked on the phone and he's like, he's like. Yeah, man. Oh, yeah. Like he's like a pullover, an polar. I'll stop the boat in a minute and all like, he's like, I got you. Okay, cool. So we did. And he like pulls off and turns a music off and there's probably thirty people on this little cat. Marin and unlike trying to be like super like, hey, why don't we go up to the back of the boats mentor and we'll take a picture..

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"yada yada" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"yada yada" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The wind scatters two heads over six spoilers and after the win paul goldschmidt with fox sports arizona that homerun forcing yeah he is a fastball there is able to hit hard and get it out of there pitches are good they thought harder tough and you're in there just trying to find a way to get on base and trying to get a based on you know was able to get out of there explain what's been going on since memorial day weekend for you guys offensively can you have any explanations of what is happening they were just having a consistent at bats through the lineup for the three or four weeks before then where we weren't scoring he was consistent just consistently bad and you know it was really like everyone on the team was going through a cold streak and not everyone's hot now but enough guys are where there's just a lot of scoring opportunities a lot of good at bass and you're not gonna come through every time but when you give yourself a lot of chances of someone's going to get that hit and you know we've just had a lot of traffic on the basis and know someone's come through with the big knock down ten homers june which is nearly as much as the entire national team has hit this one you have a liberal cardinals veteran catcher yada yada had himself a day and the walkie melena swings of us a high fly ball right center field themes back to the wall the ball hits the top of the wall and goes over that's a home run for molina and the cardinals lead three two two does radio network say louis three to win a milwaukee out here baleno with the go ahead two run homer in the sixth is second of the game eleven of the season cardinals with a three two win.

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