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"mark banney" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

07:25 min | 3 months ago

"mark banney" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"They didn't know whether their drug was making this happen or not but they were leaving no stone unturned. They were taking no chance they were not gonna bullshit the public and if that meant in the short term that the number of people getting vaccinated was going to go down then so be it. They made a choice to be radically transparent. That's how it seemed to me. How did it seem to you. I agree with that assessment. I think that what they did is they said that we need the time to figure out how many people would be impacted by this. They did see enough to let them think that this affects women. It affects women at a certain age group and it has a very particular effect. Which is that. If treated wrongly the side effects From this vaccination can actually be fatal so they had enough of a story that they needed to follow through but they also. I think we're smart and not following through forever because once they conclude okay. That does seem to be so. We're gonna come out with a warning. It's going to be on for everyone. Who takes it including doctors and patients and all of that. So everyone knows that if you're a woman and in this range of ages you probably need to consider whether or not this is the right vaccination for you to get so. I think that that's about as fair as it gets. Which is yeah. So and but the transparency is a path to get there And so i think this was really an effort to try to build trust even if in the short charm you're going to undermine certain amount of trust to get there. Yeah that's how it felt to me but You're the expert which is a desk now. I also if i could before you go so i've lived in silicon valley for over twenty five years and in the time that i've been here professor we've gone. The tech industry's gone from being an and when i say tech i mean specifically startup tech world which is where i spent. The bulk of my professional life has gone from being a cottage industry To being giant major industry and when i first moved here as a young man i it felt like i got to know everybody in silicon valley relatively quickly and i was half a degree of separation at most and prior discussion on trust and reputation. Everybody knew everybody. And so if you're an asshole got around pretty quickly and so what the silicon valley that i knew and drew up with as a young man was one where we could do business on a handshake. Because if you broke your commitment or your word. Got out pretty quickly. We've grown up now. We're much bigger and not only is silicon valley not that way in some ways it's tilted the opposite and even worse you know because that's all sort of inside baseball but to the world now you know facebook's one of the most hated companies in the world and i believe our industries than way more good than bad but i have to sit here today and admit that our industry is doing some some bad some real bad around privacy. Of course that you you hear what's happening to young people around body dismore field with instagram filters and tiktok videos and all these things in. It's like this wonderful technology. They're supposed to bring us all together and an nba. Amazing for humanity is actually fast turning into a cigarette and so whether it's sort of the inside silicon valley Growing up thing where we've lost that that sort of colloquial trust so to speak and to your point earlier when there's mistrust inside than there's mistrust outside now now we become an industry. That's done bad things. And so if i was somebody who wanted to on one hand you know. I'm not trying to be pollyannish about the good old days. I want us to move forward or an industry that moves forward but at the same time we've broken our trust amongst each other. Silicon valley is not of place. You can do business on a handshake anymore. And our industry has become untrusted by millions. So how do we fix a silicon valley professor. Oh i'm so glad you asked me small questions. Christopher j you know it's i really appreciate that so a one the reaction that i have is. Why don't people go after salesforce is so. I've been thinking a lot about mark in the company that he runs. A as. I've been trying to wrack my brain say okay. Where can we find tech giant. That actually doesn't fit the mold of all these other companies and it's quite striking that you know for years if they had this Graphic on the first page of the wall street journal that showed that they're the number one. Crm in the world. I'm thinking but that's like an invitation for an antitrust suit but no one has gone after them right and so i think that it's not a question of is there something intact. That can't be managed. It's really question of who's doing the managing how they think about it. And what it is. They want to grow themselves into You know and so we. Didn't we write in the book about pinterest is another company that actually has done tremendous work around at anti vaccine and all that sort of stuff and has guidelines for what it allows on its site and they are reviewed by people in the guidelines. Change all the time to reflect what's going on in the misinformation to. It's not that these things can't be done. it's really a question of what are the goals of the companies. How do they want to operate so. I don't know what your reaction to that because to me. Salesforce sisters this kind of lonely giant. That no one's going after and i'm still trying because i'm not from the valley to understand. Why is that. I think you know you indicate it with your comments. Mark banney off. He's hard to criticize from the point of view of being a founder. Ceo who's committed to the world around him you know. He's publicly said that he. He thinks the homeless people in san francisco are one of the constituents that matter to his company because they're part of the environment that he operates in and so they want to do something about it and so from the very beginning of the company they've given money. they have encouraged their employers to be philanthropic. They've incurred they've given their employees time to go. Do stay so so it's hard to sort of come out and say oh mark banney offs and asshole you know. Maybe if you're against they'll be q. Rights you you might say that but you know right so he's promoted all sorts of things that interestingly enough and you sort of said this earlier aren't necessarily directly correlated with his own best interest. Why does it matter to him to argue about. Lgbtq writes why does he care about the homeless problem etc etc And so why is he been You know it's a very risky thing for a male. Ceo to be so public about supporting women because that just invites to your point criticism of saying why didn't do this for the women and you didn't give them this thing that you are or whatever it is right..

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"mark banney" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

06:44 min | 4 months ago

"mark banney" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"This is nick. This jared and this is snacks. Daily eight is friday. The real friday may seventh jack stocks. Just hit a record. High alert of moms everywhere smackers. Pastas pod call your mother. She gave you life. Do this right now. You should do this appreciation for just daesh celebrate the winds jack. This also happens to be like our best snack. Fairly i story just had its best quarter bookings ever boxtel fell. Because of a driver problem. I do variety in a year felt more expensive because it was more expensive was a thing for a second story. Diaper legend honest company jumped forty four percent on their ipo. Its greatest strength. Jessica alba is its greatest risk jessica alba third and final storage accurate. Darren vaccine patent. Is the life source for their projects during his one. And only it's maderna's everything. President joe biden might unpatented. Maderna's patent hit-back seen recipe but snack irs before we hit that wonderful mix of stories before the weekend. Jack feels like a good one to go into the weekend with. There is a logistics business. That moms and dads are most proud of above all that nationwide coast to coast logistics business. Yes the girl. Scouts of america specifically jacqueline jumped in snack. Style for the girl scout cookie conglomerate. They don't have an s. one now but it would show eight hundred million in annual sales of cookie scout cookies. Basically a unicorn is what we're trying to say they don't have an s. one. Also don't tell us their valuation but we're going to use a food and beverage value to sales multiple of four acts out the nba. Books that multiple would give the girl scout. Cookies evaluation of three point two billion dollars if so facto girl scout. Cookies is worth a quarter of a left. Snaggy you're not satisfied with those numbers you want. Confectionary industry comparable comps to figure out the valuation. Two are buddies. Vox girl scout. Cookies sells more cookies. Orioles data person wealth girl scouts. Cookies and chips. Ahoy and milanez combined now the marketing strategy salesforce of girls that mark banney off would sell one million. Scouts hit the streets day in day out every spring. They're working and they're not looking at the click through right. They're looking at the number of doors knocked on today. That's the key. Kpi back checking out the kpi here. The average scout is celena. Eight hundred dollars of calories curious if they have pricing power they jack up prices of cookies by thirty percent in two thousand seventeen and customers bought. Laura the cookie. He says they're innovative juice. In girl scouts of america jack. I'm so glad you ask. Well notice that. They're testing delivery via drone of girl scout cookies. This year in. Virginia the thin meant monopoly. That tag along term halts knackers lead three-star daily. We gotta get some rain. Food said candy. They don't reflect the views of her family informational just so recommending any security. It's not a research report or investment advice offer or sale of of security snacks digestive business news video from financial. Llc member fame births. Less sipc googlers gross bookings just hit get this get this their highest point ever. There's some good some bad in this stock report let. The stock fell nine percent because of missed expectation. I mean jacqueline half the jump like right here to the headline comeback hero number. That people are talking about uber's total bookings hit a record twenty billion dollars last quarter snags punt the whiteboard. We got out of the food delivery. Orders yadda thuraya walkway with twenty billion dollars worth of tacos and trip. And that's a record. Despite the pandemic now on the revenue side with little more complicated rides fell by sixty five percent compared to a year but each jack. Can you tell us how uber's eats food delivery business did more than tripled aka two hundred. Thirty percent grow jagai. Don't say it as often. But i'm gonna have to say shut up not even fair. Oh staggers ubereats. Their food delivery business. The side-hustle of uber a few years ago is now sixty percent of movers revenue. That's right that means there's two pad thai's for everyone patrick thompson waiting for you on the corner. So we're going to put this out there please. People stop calling ride zuber's core business. Don't do it's been number two for four straight quarters bindi. It has but snappers. We should talk about this. You may have just taken your first uber. I did unit. I have was more expensive than you expected them. A little bit more expensive. You like twenty eight bucks. This used to be like twenty two. It's going to brunch. I got to walk everywhere. Well we learned from left snacks two days ago. That nearly one million. Riders took a lift ride in the first quarter compared to the year before as riders are coming back to lift the funny thing. We're noticing here is that drivers are not. You're getting an imbalanced. There's more riders coming onto lift than there are drivers coming onto left now. What happens in vegas stays in vegas and what happens to lift happens to uber. So the result of having more riders drivers right now is like slow motion surge pricing. Jack i love the way you just put you. And that means nick had to pay polly more for riding his previous. Yeah who's favorite brunch than the year before because uber wanted to get polly back in that prius. So jack what is the takeaway our buddies overdue but platforms or like cradles choir constant attention and rocking and a baby mongoose takeaway hits close to home. Maybe now last quarter smackers uber. They didn't focus on the writer side of their platform instead. They focused on the driver's side of their platform. Co dara khosrowshahi. Yesterday we're going to put up our capital. I do better to bring more onto our platform. So ultimately to make riders. Happy uber's gotta make the drivers happy for and that's why they recently announced a one time. Two hundred fifty million dollar driver stimulus denies tempt drivers back to wheel. Okay so radin all this up not only did huber just increased fares on us which is good for drivers it also interestingly cut the percentage that it takes out of those fares basically what they call the take cutting the take rate is also good for dr. Jack jumped in snack style. We noticed that uber take decreased from twenty two point seven percent to twenty one point five percent so that drivers can keep more mon- drivers to keep an eighty nine percent instead of eighty eight percent last year platforms. They require constant attention to both sides. So uber's cradling the driver's side right now for our second story. The honest company it's stock surged on. Its ipo this week but honest. Companies greatest asset is also at greatest risk. It is now. I feel jack. Can we sum up on his company here. Goop and.

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"mark banney" Discussed on Pivot

Pivot

08:36 min | 10 months ago

"mark banney" Discussed on Pivot

"Start airing grievances and stick up the middle finger on your way out the door to the elevator for the last time. This is his brand. Grievances is such a bad move paper member how you leave anyways. I think the question is what will happen to the section even the republicans are like. This needs to be done in a bipartisan committee. Way to figure out what to do about reforming to thirty it's almost like the fund. The police get rid of two thirty. That's not the thing. It's actually reformed to thirty. And i think i think it's interesting that the that the republicans just have ignored it as usual wall in there. Do you know what's gonna happen. That's exactly right nothing zero. Nothing's nothing's going to help tech companies aren't even reacting. Nothing's going to happen. They're not even bothering. They're not even putting out press releases they're not even know because the reality is you know who get sued the new york times yet every time. Some abacha crazy person comes in comments on any story in says something slanderous in york times get sued yet so this is You and your ability to bring in really thoughtful guests including that guy from the new york times to talk about two thirty. I have been totally educated about two thirty i i went to gross over simplification. I was a bantu thirty guy to remove it and you realize you know it needs to be modified. Plex complex complex under donald. Trump is the. Nothing's moving on. Let's take a listener. Mail question presented by japa- which is pretty frigging cool. I saw it on twitter. But go ahead. God you've got you've got mail. Hi karen scott. Love your show. My name is leila and i live in scottsdale arizona. I support our local food bank at serves most of the state and i've seen firsthand is pandemic continues. The increasing number of cars stretching for blocks waiting for groceries scott's mentioned of one third of new yorkers being food insecure reminded me of a question that's been on my mind for a while now. Would you both give us your thoughts on how the grocery industry farmers food distributors and logistics tech experts might find additional ways to coordinate in order to accelerate emergency food distribution decrease the number of food deserts and decrease the amount of food waste in this country. Is this even doable. Thanks wow that's a great question from scottsdale this. The food insecurity is astonishing. Right now in this country and again it requires to me a federal response once again Federal response to coordinate in a coordinated way across states and we're not seeing any kind of federal coordination even vaccine distribution everyone sort of left to their own devices and so i think it's super difficult because the federal government is not concerned. The current administration is not concerned with this issue at all has never mentioned it has never discussed it and so among the many things it's never discussed it needs to I i do the food waste. I've always been Astonished that there hasn't been more technology and other Brought to bear on food waste. It's always been you read a story every now and again about this terrible issue of how much food we have and how much it goes to wasted. There's all kinds of reasons for perishability and things like that. But i've always sort of been amazed that no one's really taken on this issue In a way that would match food to people who are food insecure. Yeah i find it jarring when you see some of these statistics Come come sort of full force in the midst of the pandemic. And i think there's just no getting around it. If it on our national character. I think has been revealed to be a lack of character. And it's not just about food companies. I think in. As i always do i go to world war. Two with immediately when the war broke out. A chrysler factory was converted to factory in within two weeks. They were building bradley tanks in over the course of the war. That one factor in michigan punched out more tanks in the entire third reich. What company has immediately converted to fighting this pandemic and also they happened. With p two p. p. the peop- the subject was just everything we do needs to be coordinated federally in like in things like this to me of her son. But you could see like a whole foods or amazon or delivery partners to this. That's great scientists should've said okay we're a hundred and ten million households. All of them need to be tested every week so we need glaxo amazon walmart app. We need all of you to come together. And we need that press conference. It was bullshit prescott. We need to come together profits or an all time high now sex. It's an all time high and today today. We have more deaths and more infections eight months into the pandemic so okay if the market started an all time. High savings rates are an all time. High stock is an all time. High and more americans are dying every day than perhaps perhaps corporate america under the auspices of leadership and quite frankly sacrifice. You know we also did in world war two. Everyone's talking about their individual. Liberty square fucking mass. We put five thousand men in jail who avoided the draft. Cause we decided this is about sacrifice and you may think it's individual liberty to say well world war one was a terrible war. I'm not. I'm not after the draft. Fine we're putting your ass in jail. There is no leadership there is no mandatory federalisation of our supply chain around food around testing and it also an and no one individual wants to disarm unilaterally. I think a guy like doug macmillan would absolutely participate in this. But he's not going to do it. Remember you've forgotten that press conference trump patty. He'd drag them all out without masks and of course When they said they're going to do this in the parking lot of walmart and this an cvs forget who else he hit a whole bunch in there but was all bullshit one. Because jared kushner organize it in two. Peter navarro was wandering somewhere around doing it and so the inclination was there. But you you know one of the problems is with food desert after we come out of this pandemic. We already had grocery issues in in in poor parts of cities like that. There weren't enough grocery stores are wouldn't produce. There isn't enough good food. There's a lotta shitty food in these areas but not a lot of healthy food and you know with the livery industry where people getting groceries delivered now and it's expensive that's gonna be a real. There's more groceries closing everywhere And they certainly aren't going to be locating in areas That are are problematic for them. And so that's really another worry. And where the grocery industry goes post corona speaking of post corona. Someone has a book on it. Where does the grocery industry go We'll we'll just glad to know you care Yeah it's a book by scott by. It's called post corona So like By the way you did you didn't notice. I'm not even gonna i know i'm not i'm not gonna break me. No no i'm not. I'm not gonna you mentioned that you're like one of those people like i'm not gonna say say say If you did you beat. Jeff bezos now number nine on new york times bestseller lists and i want know number eight. I'm one position behind doors. Curtains good when doris. I'm coming for you number. Four read sakaria ten lessons for post pandemic world. What is this part fiction. Seriously read zaccaria number four. His book ten lessons was a gas re post pandemic world. what what is his publisher buzzfeed. Anyways i'm sorry. I of course it turned back to. Don't go after rescan thirty younger. You wanna be in any way. Your book is doing rather well. It's called post cronin. Now give it's not trash anyways. That was that was awful. We're talking about food insecurity. I think there was a huge opportunity for an individual whether it was into della or mark banney off. i know they're civic minded to say to call all those people in a room in a college board and say we're turning our company to the pandemic and it's going to cost a shareholder value. It's going to cost us revenue. I think it was an opportunity for someone here to say we're not punching buicks where punching out bradley tanks a we are the markets that are an all time high stocks are doing all time. High homes had never been worth more. There's never been more wealth in this nation and what company has pivoted to a crisis that is killing three times. The number of people that the power killed. It's gotta be amazon. This okay. he's fifty six..

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"mark banney" Discussed on Lochhead on Marketing

Lochhead on Marketing

09:10 min | 1 year ago

"mark banney" Discussed on Lochhead on Marketing

"And I'M GONNA use his word very much. On purpose differentiates the product, it makes new unique in a way that stands out, and so if you're building a tagline centering it on a point of view. That is an expression of sort of the differentiation. You're trying to achieve in the market so like in the software business, one of the greatest tag lines of all time of course is Mark Banney off at salesforce dot com, no software and they had a they had a bug for it right those words with a Red Circle.

"mark banney" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"mark banney" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"The tonight show. NBC Store Back. Jack in the dumb man. I got a come clean with listeners that we're doing a look back at the last decade for like the Special Holiday Astle astle holiday ups and Man Jay Leno. What a terrible I woke? I was reading some jokes from him from two thousand and ten. Well I can only imagine what they should. He said recently like that. Got Him in Hot Water Alan. He's making like Asians. Eat Dog jokes. Yeah so two thousand ten years just off the rails with that not just off the rails just like shit and it was like him he was it was like right after he like kicked Conan out and it was so right that was the feud that we were worried about two thousand ten entering this decade instill the number one feud that we're all following the living our lives by myth. Oh a myth okay. Yeah Yeah so There's a conspiracy theory. I guess that like people don't know where Shakespeare was born and unlike Shakespeare's life or ju existed or whatever woman I am but I didn't even realize that was a conspiracy theory because growing up is it's just like my grandparents are from a very specific part of Sicily So I was just taught that Shakespeare was from this part of Sicily. Like everyone when you you go there. Everyone's just like oh no Shakespeare's from here like they all know his grandparents. Birth parents are still alive. It's for everyone knows everyone on right so like it's like my cousin. Bob La like like so for me. I was weird when I found out that that was a conspiracy theory because I could just tell them in knowledge it was just common. Nashi She's from Sicily from well. It's not even a town. Well it's a town on a global scale but kind of big for Sisley place called Messina. CNN Yeah Yeah and Yeah so I don't know you guys can talk. What ever you want to about Shakespeare? But he's definitely he's from definitely from seen. I don't care what it is. This is what I've heard that theory that he was like an entire like team of writers. The the team of writers that wrote the King James Bible have heard all that that stuff but Sicily. This is new. Yeah it is somewhere on the like if you whatever google conspiracy theories that is one of them one of them the list. What is it about out Messina? Though that people are so sure like is it because of well. It's well just because everyone knows where everyone's from there so that's just part of being also this is just sort of like the oral history of that of Messina's like we've known Shakespeare has been but also even if he wasn't a big timer like like everyone knows like where I'm from right from you know Cavallo or whatever like everyone knows that's just part of some sort of like in a city. Maybe that was really like people cared about neighborhoods right. Imagine like Sisley sort of like one big neighborhood so that's just part of it but then the other part of it too is Messina. is where like all the records are kept for like birth certificates and stuff so like my grandfather was born in that area Messina to get his birth certificates go. And there's like William Shea and here it is L. Shakespeare Shakespeare. Are you talking about bill shakes man. I knew him not that was that was his. You know his name. They gave them right this island of the UK Okay and then in the village where my grandparents are from. There's like an original copy of Dante's inferno they keep it in. Yeah let's talk about Kit Harrington. Yeah let's talk about. We talked globe NAM's Yeah I mean we just. We mentioned that they happened. Yeah with very we have no stakes for us. I don't care I think maybe we should will. I'm also I've realized as we've done this show right. This is maybe the third year now. We've got into who an award season the first year we talk about like Yo- the biggest snubs of all time and so shit. Yeah and then. I think we've slowly come to this like none of this matters. Well the awards particularly particularly I feel like don't matter right right. I think they do them badly. Yeah well I think not just the Hollywood foreign press yeah of certain members of the Hollywood foreign foreign press. Hey I don't know anybody. So they fucked up either words season so again even with his nominations. Weird no Duro. Nominations for the show except for Kit Harrington right and they didn't even give it to include. Yeah I mean I feel like The woman who plays talk with a great arc. Yeah there are other characters. What about the guy who got is his Dick Cutoff and tortured for a long time ended up being good like that? Rica guy is awesome guys. An incredible Yonder Yon. Yeah theon Alfie. Allen Singer Lily Allen's brother Oh we're also arsenal a fan. You know man so thank you. Man This nepotism thing so family of people yes just like. They're both super on just like. Why no love Laura dern right like I'm bored with her and just like stern horse you're going to get really league acting born with the idea of like people just do it and then you show up two sets or whatever when you're little us on this creative baggage? I had to shed to get here now. We just grew up with being. We're just like the nerves of showing up to set the first time nervous about it because you don't know what to do but if we just grew up with it knows everyone natural normal and a place to go where people treat you you know. Anyway she shows up to Jurassic Parkin's like Steve. What's up she's like Oh? Is that where the dinosaurs will be experience with dinosaurs. Live one old hat it to me. Well now I'm glad the fat guy I mean He. I think if we can all agree on one thing fuck the Luxy on he I I mean he. He fought valiantly but yeah so when they apparently they got hold of Kit Harrington right after he was nominated. This guy is a awkward it quote machine by the way. Yeah he's yeah and this was they asked him you know what they thought of him being nominated and the only person from the show to be nominated and he says on the loner thrown are it seems. I just imagined myself. Sit Down at a table all by myself as the low North Rona Ex. EXPECT BACK TO BE nominated. I thought the show might be but just at home learning lines and then my publicis cold. It was very unexpected in wonderful. Okay public loners runner. It seems and then he wasn't embarrassed that he said that he wanted wanted to run. He wanted to take you on a journey of him. Of what that phrase that he had just come up with evoked in his mind. What does that mean the? He also suspects that he's now alienated from the rest of the cast and crew. I don't know and now he's like now. The real loner they hated me. They always have been funny if I you know. They're all haters. So actually you know. I suspected this actually now that I'm looking at. I think what happened is unbelievable. Thrown at seems pause for laughter. None coming and he's like oh I guess I need to further explain. Explain this you what's happening. What's your quote? I'm the loaner thrown or it seems wait. Why hasn't they? I just imagined myself sitting down at a table by myself myself. loaner thrown her. I didn't expect to nominate ago right. Well I think like they must have known on some level that a huge portion of people fans of the show wanted wanted him to win the throne or whatever at the end like. We'll just give them like you know then something we'll let him be the real king winner of that at the end into this thing after all anyways the thing about that season exacerbated side does not good nope it it was not other. How could they not nominate it? When there's that shot where she's walking through the doorway and the Dragon is GonNa turn her and then you realize the what what the filmmakers are saying is she might be the drag up dude like all along? Also more nepotism with Benny often as to why people like he's I can relate to the mark Dayton mark banney off from salesforce. Oh really yeah. Oh Hell Yeah. They're fucking those it's wild and then I think Devi wise this was. Somebody's assistant like again. Assistant is I mean no but like in a way like manner which like. How did you become this person rally? I'd write this agents desk or some shit right. It was like some I. I'd I'm too lazy to look assistant meaning nephew right. Yeah and they were also so You know going on the festival circuit or they. They had an interview it at south by maybe this year where they were talking about how they they learned on the job. They're like yeah. We didn't know what we're kind of figure out. HAS WE'RE GONNA. Yeah that's called privilege. There is a moment. Where DB Weiss was Glenn? Fries personal assistant. Lynn Fry. What I don't even know? Oh why. That's so strange. Well speaking of Glen Fry and the Eagles there some legendary stories worries about them from the road. Am I right miles. Miles miles is check from work over here or are you talking about your your old podcasting. co-host Miles Yeah Anna Anna Jose. Gels it going where where did miles go. I don't you hack. Oh Miles has been dead for twenty years. What's plot twist Dent Dent? Actually miles just left on a trip. He'll be back in a moment. But we're recording things. He's a little bit out of order. mazdas left on a trip and he left rolling a beautiful away. Suitcase it is light. Blue is very very cool looking gray one anyways guys. Do you know about a way. Are you familiar with the way Anna. Yes answer me. Are you familiar with the way. 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