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Brian Raymond, a former CIA agent who is charged with over 25 counts of drugging and assaulting women, has decided to rely on some expert testimony in order to sway the jury and he's going to be relying on some faces familiar to the podcast to try and do that.Will the attempt work? Well, if the past is any indication I have my doubts.(commercial at 6:40)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:Ex-CIA officer Brian Raymond accused of drugging and sexually assaulting 25 women hires celebrity memory experts who testified for Harvey Weinstein, Ghislaine Maxwell and Bill Cosby for defense | Daily Mail OnlineThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
Over the past few years comedian and filmmaker W. Kamau Bell has become one of America's most recognizable purveyors of humor and smart social commentary. And his success is due in large part to his willingness to tackle thorny topics like race, sexual assault, education, and policing, be it as a standup comic, an Emmy-nominated reality show host, or from behind the camera as a documentary filmmaker. On this episode of Paternal, Bell discusses his latest film 1000% Me: Growing up Mixed and his own personal experience of raising his three mixed-race daughters, male vulnerability and dad jokes in his comedy, and how he's reckoned with the truth about “America's Dad,” Bill Cosby. Bell's film 1000% Me: Growing up Mixed is now streaming on MAX. Learn more about Paternal and sign up for our newsletter at www.paternalpodcast.com. You can also email host Nick Firchau at email@example.com with any comments or suggestions for men he should profile on the show. Make sure you subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts or wherever you're listening, then keep an eye on your feed for new episodes.
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Brian Raymond, a former CIA agent who is charged with over 25 counts of drugging and assaulting women, has decided to rely on some expert testimony in order to sway the jury and he's going to be relying on some faces familiar to the podcast to try and do that.Will the attempt work? Well, if the past is any indication I have my doubts.(commercial at 6:40)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:Ex-CIA officer Brian Raymond accused of drugging and sexually assaulting 25 women hires celebrity memory experts who testified for Harvey Weinstein, Ghislaine Maxwell and Bill Cosby for defense | Daily Mail OnlineThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
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I am always fascinated to meet and talk with people on Unstoppable Mindset who thought they knew what they wanted to do in life only to discover that their path went in an alternative direction. Meet Eric Dates who is just such a person. Eric grew up in the Los Angeles area. He was active in sports and also he was a musician. He went to Ohio State where he played volleyball on the 2011 championship team. After college Eric thought he wanted to go into the hospitality industry as he loved, as he put it “the diversity of people and the diversity of possibilities”. As he tells us, his idea of work lasted four months. After that, he realized his knowledge of marketing was better suited elsewhere. Our conversation is far-ranging, but we do talk a lot about marketing and sales. Marketing discussions go far outside dealing with products, however. I think you will be intrigued by what Eric has to say especially about life and how we should progress going forward. About the Guest: Eric Dates, a proud resident in Spring Hill, TN, is a multifaceted professional with a storied history of achievement and leadership. A former Division I volleyball player at Ohio State, Eric was part of the national championship team in 2011, marking a significant milestone early in his life. His competitive spirit and teamwork were not confined to the volleyball court, though, and they have since become defining attributes in his professional career. Eric's journey took a melodious turn as he embarked on a successful yet short career as a touring musician. This unique experience endowed him with a new perspective, a creative mindset, and an appreciation for the harmonious blend of rhythm and discipline. As his career evolved, Eric discovered his true calling: fostering growth in early to mid-stage startups. With his inherent problem-solving skills and penchant for teamwork, he has contributed to the flourishing of several startups, paving their paths toward achieving their full growth potential. Currently, Eric serves as the Sr. Director of Revenue Marketing at Justt, a forward-thinking fintech company dedicated to helping merchants recapture revenue lost to chargebacks. His love for problem-solving thrives in this challenging environment, and he relishes living in the trenches with his team, building, improving, and innovating. Startups resonate with Eric's professional ethos as they offer him a space to think holistically and make a tangible impact. It's here that his passion, intellect, and entrepreneurial spirit come to the fore. Outside of his professional endeavors, Eric cherishes his role as a husband and father. Alongside his wife, Laura, he is raising two wonderful children, Bella (8) and Harlan (1), and navigates the beautiful labyrinth that is life. Ways to connect with Eric: Linkedin URL: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ecdates/ Company Website: Justt.ai About the Host: Michael Hingson is a New York Times best-selling author, international lecturer, and Chief Vision Officer for accessiBe. Michael, blind since birth, survived the 9/11 attacks with the help of his guide dog Roselle. This story is the subject of his best-selling book, Thunder Dog. Michael gives over 100 presentations around the world each year speaking to influential groups such as Exxon Mobile, AT&T, Federal Express, Scripps College, Rutgers University, Children's Hospital, and the American Red Cross just to name a few. He is Ambassador for the National Braille Literacy Campaign for the National Federation of the Blind and also serves as Ambassador for the American Humane Association's 2012 Hero Dog Awards. https://michaelhingson.com https://www.facebook.com/michael.hingson.author.speaker/ https://twitter.com/mhingson https://www.youtube.com/user/mhingson https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelhingson/ accessiBe Links https://accessibe.com/ https://www.youtube.com/c/accessiBe https://www.linkedin.com/company/accessibe/mycompany/ https://www.facebook.com/accessibe/ Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a comment in the section below! 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Thanks for joining me on my podcast as we explore our own blinding fears of inclusion unacceptance and our resistance to change. We will discover the idea that no matter the situation, or the people we encounter, our own fears, and prejudices often are our strongest barriers to moving forward. The unstoppable mindset podcast is sponsored by accessiBe, that's a c c e s s i capital B e. Visit www.accessibe.com to learn how you can make your website accessible for persons with disabilities. And to help make the internet fully inclusive by the year 2025. Glad you dropped by we're happy to meet you and to have you here with us. Michael Hingson ** 01:20 Well, hi, and here we are once again with unstoppable mindset. Glad you're here. And hope you enjoy our presentation and discussions today. We get to speak with Eric Dates. And Eric has an interesting life. I think so he was a division one volleyball player on a championship team for Ohio State. I bet Michigan didn't like that. But you know, that's another that's another story. But he's been involved in leadership marketing and, and has a lot to talk about least, it seems so from the things I've read. So Eric, welcome to unstoppable mindset. And we're really glad you're here. Eric Dates ** 01:57 Michael, thank you so much for having me. I appreciate it. It's always an honor to chat with you. So looking forward to it. Michael Hingson ** 02:03 Well, why don't we start, as I love to do and tell us a little bit about kind of the early Eric growing up and all that stuff? Eric Dates ** 02:11 Sure. So I stem from the left coast, the west coast in the Heart of LA, born and raised there. Yeah, had awesome, awesome family life. I was super blessed. I got to get to participate in a lot of sports and a lot of other fun things. I did music as well, out there growing up and we're in LA. Right on the west side of LA, I guess the biggest subsidy of that massive place would be Culver City area for me. And yeah, it was great. You know, it's, it was, I'm really glad I grew up where I grew up in in the way that I grew up. Because it gave me a great perspective of diversity, I think in a lot of ways that people want to experience it. Every school I went to was, you know, had people from all walks of life across the board. And to me, that was just the status quo. So I think it shaped me to become the person I am today, which is, you know, someone who expects that out of society in general. And it's been really, I've been really fortunate to continue to experience tons of diversity, whether it's people diversity or activity, diversity, you know, all the different types of diversity, you can experience. I've been lucky enough to be a part of a bunch of it. So it's been it's been a great road so far from that, you know, kind of looking back now. The way I grew up, I, I couldn't imagine it happening any other way at this point. And I wouldn't wish it to be so because I just feel like it. It taught me a lot of lessons both hard and easy to learn in a great way that I don't think I would have got anywhere else. Michael Hingson ** 03:51 So you went through high school out in LA Eric Dates ** 03:54 that I did. I went to Alexander Hamilton High School, the birthplace of many random things, and actually stay in high school is a couple celebrity folks that you probably recognize. And it was great, super fun experience. It was a half of a Music Academy, half humanities Academy and it was a phenomenal school. Public school too in the Heart of LA. Wow. Michael Hingson ** 04:17 What did you play for an instrument? Eric Dates ** 04:20 So my main instrument was guitar growing up, like guitar, and I did everything from in high school. I was a mariachi, which was really fun. Great experience getting to around Los Angeles and playing for just the most incredible people I've ever met and eating the most incredible food I've ever eaten. And I toured as a musician here in Nashville as well with guitar for a little bit so it carried me on throughout my earlier life quite a bit. Michael Hingson ** 04:48 Well, so you went through high school and then I gather you went to Ohio State that I did. What what prompted that because that's a long way from Southern California. Eric Dates ** 05:01 It definitely was. And I'd be lying to you if I said it was easy to do. But at the beginning, it was very much, you know, especially when you're fortunate enough to be playing a sport like that, that does have a collegiate level. I got to fly and experience Ohio State, I experienced a couple other schools in Southern California. And I was just blown away by the the pride and culture that the entire campus had, I just wanted to go be a part of it. But that thought it was a two in my eyes, it was a huge risk, you know, coming from the epicenter of volleyball going into the Midwest, which turns out has a phenomenal volleyball program across the board. And yeah, it was the the good Ohio State Buckeyes that got me out of California. Michael Hingson ** 05:46 Well, so, you're right, it's sort of the epicenter out here in a lot of ways, but volleyball has turned out to be a lot more universal than maybe we thought and the Olympics is certainly brought volleyball to the visibility of of a lot of people, which is, which is kind of cool. What did you major in in college, Eric Dates ** 06:09 I was that person who didn't figure out what I wanted to major. And until the last second, I had to pick and I picked English, which turned into marketing, which then turned into Hospitality Management, then Consumer Science is where I landed. Michael Hingson ** 06:26 Wow. That's a kind of, again, a diverse range of topics to to deal with. And you did all that and move from one of those fields to the other in college. Eric Dates ** 06:40 Yeah, so I eventually found my place at the time in Hospitality Management, because of the phenomenal focus on customer experience. And I'm so thankful for that time I spent there as it applies in so much these days. So I was really fortunate to learn early on after graduating, that I did not want to work in hotels. Michael Hingson ** 07:04 But you value the customer service and customer experience concept. Eric Dates ** 07:09 More than anything, it's why is that? You know, it's, it's been interesting, because the hospitality world, they've understood from the beginning, that you're buying the experience, right, you're you're purchasing the brand, in a sense, when you go stay at a property, it's the only tangible thing is, you know, the bed and the room itself, but that exists anywhere. So why pick them. And it all came down to the core differentiator, which was the way that they treated their guests. And now, you know, flash forward 12 ish years in the future. That's how all these marketing departments and all these companies across the board are approaching their customers, you know, so it's been, it's been really beneficial for me to have that foundation, because I could start to apply what I already learned versus having to learn something like a new concept is customer first. Michael Hingson ** 07:56 So how do you think customer experience and so on has changed or developed during the pandemic? Because certainly, it has a lot. And in hotels, for example, a lot of things have changed rooms aren't necessarily cleaned every day. Sometimes there are other kinds of services that are more limited. Airlines are certainly not providing as much of what they used to provide. If I'm reading it, right, what do you think about all of that? And how does all that really blend into the whole customer experience concept? Eric Dates ** 08:28 It's definitely shifted significantly, you know, I think the start of it all was the iPhone coming out and these touchscreens and now half the experience was heavily digital in their hand. And with the pandemic kind of changing that in almost mandating that that's the new experience for the most part, as well as customer behavior kind of changing. I think it's, it's opened up a lot of challenges, you know, in the hospitality space. And in general, in a service based industry, you have this whole concept of a service recovery plan, right? If something goes wrong with this, what are we supposed to do? And now it all transitioned from the humanistic element over into the digital elements. So all these properties, especially hotels, airlines, all these folks who weren't necessarily digital first thinkers, they had to rapidly pivot and start accommodating, but also had to learn the hard way kind of building the ship as you're sailing. Michael Hingson ** 09:22 Yeah. Well, and I read a lot of complaints taking airlines, like, we want to push as many people into an airplane as possible. So now, the space in seats is six inches less than it used to be. And now we're starting to hear people say, Has it gotten too confined and too crowded? And is all of the air rage that we hear about and read about, in part because of that and customer service? Is is it really as good as it used to be? Eric Dates ** 09:56 I think that is a very phenomenal question because I don't think there's a clear answer, I think some have done better. And some have dropped the ball. And it's gonna be an interesting time looking into the future, especially as this technology in general starts to compound at the rate that it is, who's going to remain versus what new players are, we're going to see and who's gonna fall off. So it's gonna be an interesting, you know, couple of years, in my opinion, as we look forward to see kind of who's still going to be here versus Are there going to be new names? I've never heard of the forefront. Michael Hingson ** 10:29 Yeah. And that's going to be the exciting thing. Are we going to see new players who come in with new ideas that for whatever reason people haven't thought of? And probably the naysayers will say, Well, that'll never work. Well, that certainly was true with Southwest Airlines, because they rejected the whole idea of a hub model for slang. And they're still around. Eric Dates ** 10:53 That's very true. That's very true, they did get the good to get a little bit of a saving grace once the economy tanked a bit. But yeah, I agree, they did a good job at at pivoting accordingly. And kind of changing their brand, in a way that their expectation was very clear of when you engage with Southwest, here's what your experience is going to be like, that's what's really saved them. Michael Hingson ** 11:15 And while it's true that you just get on an airplane, there are no assigned seats and, and other things like that. Mostly, I don't hear nearly the level of complaints about them as I do some of the other airlines because you've also got the flight attendants, who have been encouraged to make the flying experience more pleasurable, and they're not necessarily as stiff as and as formal, at least in my experience. Eric Dates ** 11:46 I want to agree, you know, you hit on a really interesting point, that it used to be looking for elements of digital to drop into the human experience. And now it's the opposite way of, if we drop human experience into a digital, you know, journey, it's almost like it becomes significantly more noticed. And I love how Southwest has empowered those folks to have fun and enjoy what they're doing. And, you know, the consumers always tell you, you know, whether they're sharing stuff out social or hits the news, whatever, but they will let you know what they liked what they do. And it seems like people have really caught on to that one element of the brand. Michael Hingson ** 12:23 Yeah. And it's, it's going to be interesting just to see how it all goes. As we go forward, and whether consumers will demand enough that they don't like, perhaps the way some things are going well, we'll see. And the other part of it is that I know different countries have different levels of airlines, passenger rights or other kinds of industry rights. Legislation. So it'll be interesting to see how it all shakes out. It's going to be an exciting time. No, no question about it. Eric Dates ** 12:59 Absolutely, we'll probably see things happen the fastest they've ever happened before. And it will continue to be as such. Michael Hingson ** 13:06 Yeah. And, and that's okay. That's what makes it kind of fun. Well, so what did you do right out of college? So you were in hospitality? Where did you go to work? What did you do that got you off of hotels. Eric Dates ** 13:21 I was working at two properties in Columbus, actually, Columbus, Ohio. And it was fun. And I just wanted in full transparency. I probably was way too ambitious for my own good. I was looking to learn to things in hotel so I could start my own and, you know, build the version of Atlantis that we all want to build in our minds and make it real. And I quickly realized that I probably needed to get some more experience and knowledge around what I thought I knew. So let me do the business world. Michael Hingson ** 13:54 What did you So how long did you do hotel stuff? Eric Dates ** 13:58 I had been working in hotels since probably five years like during college and then after college than after you know that that last portion kind of before I moved to Nashville? Yeah, I was in those two. So prob about five years of hotel work here and there. I would wouldn't say his full time just because of the sports commitments and other things. But as much as I could. I was I was working on property and getting that experience in. Michael Hingson ** 14:26 Was it full time after college? Eric Dates ** 14:29 It was it was full time. Michael Hingson ** 14:31 And how long do that? How long was that after college? Eric Dates ** 14:36 Prep? Probably right when I went full time full time and I hated it to be fully transparent. It was a shock for me to go full time on on your feet all day. So is the short three or four months of full time before this really hit me of like this is not it's not Eric, Michael Hingson ** 14:52 you made a decision pretty quickly. So what did you what what did you then go and do Eric Dates ** 15:00 So that's kind of when I picked everything up and said, You know, I'm going to try to move to Nashville. I had some friends here had some had some connections here and wanted had always been doing music, like I said, so I was gonna go see if I could dive into some songwriting get into the performing aspect, while chasing a business career. And that's when I found my first, I guess, real marketing job was with a co working space here in Nashville. And that was what jump started my career in marketing. Michael Hingson ** 15:30 But you also worked as a musician for a while, right? Eric Dates ** 15:33 I did. I was touring around and touring with the back that I was with is basically fancy weekends is the way that pitch it, you know, some Thursday nights, but mostly Fridays, and Saturdays, you're out. I'd love to say a bus. But most of the times it was in a van. And we were, you know, putting in the grind and going out. So every other Thursday, just about, you know, we were an opening act. So we'd go chase down where the big open or the big maniac was, to our 45 minute set. And right back to Nashville. Michael Hingson ** 16:07 Anybody who was a maniac that we would know. Eric Dates ** 16:11 I absolutely, I think, you know, one of the one of the main acts that we were opening up for most when I was with this artists and artists was playing for a name was Tara Thompson, or still is, her name is Tara Thompson. And the main act that we opened for most was Drake. White was his name. So he had some really popular songs out. I think like 2017. And some other various artists, I had the fortunate opportunity of opening for, you know, everything from The Chainsmokers to mark chestnut, you know, the the country gentleman who had some pretty big songs, and quite a few other artists that were it was just really cool to go experience that. But there was also a reason why I did not stay. Michael Hingson ** 16:51 That wasn't what you really wanted to do full time. Eric Dates ** 16:56 Correct. It was a it was that classic inflection point, the fork in the road of if I keep going this way. I have to go 100%. Yeah. Michael Hingson ** 17:06 And you weren't really ready to do that. Concerning music. And it doesn't sound like you wanted to do that. But you still had a lot of fun with music. So it helped. Absolutely. But you But you went into marketing, and you started working for a company, what did you do? Eric Dates ** 17:24 So it was right at the boom of we work kind of getting on the map. So I was a part of a younger company startup out of Nashville that had two locations, the company name is E spaces, they're still here, they're doing a great job. They've gotten I think, like nine or 10 locations now, some in Florida as well. So with that job, when I first got there, it was very much we need marketing help. We don't have big budget because we're young, but we're leaning me and we're ready to go. So we need someone to help build the front desk, the front desk experience because they loved my hospitality background. So I was able to apply those learnings pretty quickly and help encourage these folks who were renting the front desk, or what we coined as the concierge to heighten the experience. And then with that kind of put together some digital marketing the b2b side to try and attract customers. So it's very much localized marketing. And it was great for me to learn because it was pretty hands off for my boss. He all he knew is what he wanted at the end. And oftentimes, for folks like myself, that's really appealing because I get to go test my theories learn the hard way. And get us there by any means necessary. Michael Hingson ** 18:42 Well, you, you got into marketing and tell me a little bit more about what you mean, when you say you you were in marketing and what marketing is. Eric Dates ** 18:52 That's a phenomenal question. I view marketing exclusively as conversation and mindshare, right? How can I rent space in the mind of the right person at the right time. And often that's accomplished these days through digital conversation, but yet to meet to me marketing is all around fostering the right message to the right person at the right time. Michael Hingson ** 19:20 How does that differ differ from sales? And I know you make a little bit of a distinction between the two. So what's the difference? Eric Dates ** 19:30 So the main difference to me and this is a topic that you don't really see as much as you think. But with with sales, to me, it's the goal is to get them to purchase. And in my opinion marketing is to encourage the right decision when the decision is to purchase. That's one, whether the decision is to follow along and consume content. That's a secondary, you know, there's a bunch of different goals that I think marketing helps accomplish, but it's more so sales. is really figuring out what do you individual? What do you need here? And how can what I offer meet that for you. So it's kind of a little bit different than I'm anticipating that conversation and trying to stimulate it to when the person in the market shows up to that conversation and hits that conclusion of, hey, I want this. The conversation is easier from the sales side. So it's kind of marketing, in my opinion, if done right, it handles all the objections that you would have in a normal sales process. Michael Hingson ** 20:33 So I, I know from my experience, I've been in sales most of my adult life. And I, my view of sales is somewhat similar to yours. I think that good salespeople are teachers. And the reality is that the best salespeople also are capable of recognizing when what we're offering won't necessarily do what the customer needs, or it would be more of a disservice to try to push them into something than to say to them, This is what really works. My best employee that I ever hired, was a guy who, when he came for his interview, and we sat down, and I said, Tell me what you're going to be selling for us. He said, Actually, all I can really sell is my word, and my trust, and people need to decide to trust me, and I need you to back me up. Because the products and so on is all stuff. And a number of people have products and really the only thing I can really sell this myself and my word. And that was the answer I always look for and rarely ever got. Because the reality is that good salespeople, first of all, do understand marketing. Oh, yeah, but they but they also understand that their job is to do their best to help a customer make the right decision. And the reality is if the decision is my product won't do what they need, then the other aspect of it is what will work for them. And if I help a customer decide that and it isn't the product that I have, what does that get me? Well, the reality is I've seen on more than one occasion, when it gets me is so much trust that the customer understands what we have, and when an opportunity comes along to purchase a product. And in fact, we have I've seen on more than one occasion where the the customer says, I'm not putting it out for bid, you just tell us what the cost is. And we're gonna buy it from you because we trust you. That's great. And you just don't see much of that. Eric Dates ** 22:49 That's true. Yeah, go ahead. Okay. I just think you hit on a really great point that a lot of folks almost lose these days. And I'm thinking kind of from a biased perspective of b2b exclusively software, as a service. And right now, the volume game, in my opinion, has become a tunnel or blinders for people because they're so focused on activity, right, everything now becomes a I have to hit this amount of activity today, I have to, you know, send as many emails as candidates, people call as many people, etc, etc. And they lose almost that forward thinking. So I think, when I hear you say that, it's that that's experienced, that's knowledge being shared, versus when you see sales folks out these days, and I'm just speaking the masses, I think there's a core group of very experienced sales folks who know exactly what they're doing. But from what I experienced in my inbox, and especially when my phone rings, it's, it's, it's almost a victim of process because they're like, I have to call you, I have to push this on you. Because I need to sell you this so I can have a job that fit. There's so much pressure put on these folks these days from a process side versus that longer term thinking of trust building and credibility boosting like you're mentioning. Michael Hingson ** 24:06 Yeah. And the reality is that the people who really understand what selling is all about can take a step back and try to stave off more of that pressure because they know what they're doing and they know what they can do. I remember after September 11, people would call me and say you got to start selling again. We need to make goal this quarter. And this is now late in September of 2001. And it didn't matter to them that our customers were attending five, six and seven funerals a day and we're not buying the people who were calling we're so far removed, that they just could not understand why people weren't right back in and buying and they interpreted is that really we weren't off and selling, which was totally Not true at all. In reality, we ended up making gold that quarter. But still, the bottom line is that people have just such interesting ideas sometimes about how to sell rather than really allowing people to build the level of trust that we need to have. Eric Dates ** 25:20 That's a great, great definition. It's, you know, it's it's rather than learning selling, it's understanding buying. I think those are really interesting perspective to look at it from. Michael Hingson ** 25:31 It is, well, so clearly, we're talking philosophy here, we're talking about selling the philosophy of marketing, how do you feel that that marketing and you know, your overall philosophy intertwined with each other, or sales for that matter? Eric Dates ** 25:47 Right, and it's, I, I am, of the mindset of simplification, it, simplify everything in its in its most simple form, get down to the essence, right, so I can really understand what it is. So as I approach a lot of my marketing, and teams that you know, who've worked with me, even my current team, they know this happens all the time is that, you know, I asked him well, what's like, like, in one sentence, like what just tell me like, if I'm your 10 year old cousin, tell me exactly what you're trying to accomplish? Like, we're at a family dinner. And I'm asking you, hey, what do you do at work, like, tell me what you're trying to accomplish? And then they say it, and it's okay. That's how you need to write to the market, because you just told me the clearest and simplest way for me to understand something. So often, what I end up doing in my moments of thinking are just simplifying and breaking things down as much as I can to get a better understanding of how I can leverage these, you know, tactics and tools that we all have, and probably take for granted on a daily basis. Michael Hingson ** 26:49 Yeah, we often do really take it for granted way too much. And we don't think about it. And, like with so many things, we tend to react more than thinking about it, and then reacting and becoming better at thinking about it and drawing good sound conclusions before we do something or say something. Eric Dates ** 27:09 Completely agree the the scheduling an hour for yourself, I think, is something often understated, in terms of importance, because it can do so much for people who have a very busy plate, just getting that hour of unplug everything, put the phone away and just think, you know, shut the computer down and just just think about something, you know, challenge yourself a little bit, it's still a muscle, Michael Hingson ** 27:35 it is still a muscle Do you tend to do much of that? Do you do sort of introspective thinking at the end of the day, or at some point every day to step back from everything that's going on? Eric Dates ** 27:48 Absolutely, I try to do it twice a day, you know, kind of a lunchtime work right after I finished lunch. Rather than diving right back in, it's kind of the you know, don't swim for 20 minutes after you eat. I tried to not work for 20 minutes after I just think and use that time. The other time is, of course, at the end of the day where I reflect on everything that went on. And oftentimes I'll chew on a specific aspect of the day for for quite a bit and just see what I can do with it. Zero goals other than just think Michael Hingson ** 28:17 you beat yourself up when you're thinking that you screwed up in something or something didn't go the way you wanted? Or how do you handle those kinds of adverse situations? Eric Dates ** 28:28 Absolutely. And yeah, the younger Eric, the fresh out of college, Eric would have. Absolutely and definitely did beat himself up and, and learning from what happens when you do that. So it's been very helpful for me, like I said, I do like to learn the hard way, unfortunately. But it helps me out with where I'm at now. Because I'm very purposeful about not reacting to my own emotions. And those you know, scenarios where you're frustrated because something was missed. I need to focus on getting back to the right mentality. So I can make a sound decision versus reacting from a state of anger or frustration. So it's been that's probably the strongest thing I've learned in my life has been that right there of when to react based on emotion versus not to any scenario, and I'm definitely not perfect, but I'm more cognizant of it. Michael Hingson ** 29:20 Yeah, the issue is that we are, as I love to say, our own best teachers. I don't like any more to use the term. I'm my own worst critic. I used to do that. When I would listen to speeches that I've given and listen to the recordings of them. I would tell people I'm doing it because I'm my own worst critic. And if I can learn from it, that's great. And I realized that that was the wrong thing to say that in reality, I'm my own best teacher because no matter what is going on, the only person who can really teach me is me. Teachers and others can provide information and they can give me things to think about, but I'm still the one that has to deal with them. So I've learned that I'm actually my own best teacher. And I'm with you, I try not to react in adverse or negative ways, and beat myself up even when something just really doesn't go. Well. The real issue at that point isn't, what a scroungy lousy guy you are, but what do I learn from that? How can I improve it? Or can I improve it, it may very well be that there was absolutely nothing that can be done to improve the situation, because it was something that was totally out of my control Eric Dates ** 30:34 completely. But that's, it's, it's funny how, in practice, it becomes so simple. But, you know, looking at it from the outside, in, it's very much one of the most difficult things you can do. Michael Hingson ** 30:49 Again, it gets back down to a philosophy of life, and we're still the only people who can excite ourselves, or adopt philosophy that we think about. And we if we do it, right, we do it because we, in some ways, feel sympathetic or attracted to a particular attitude or philosophy. And that's kind of the way it really ought to be. But it is about developing a life philosophy 100%. So, clearly, you do philosophical thinking, who's your favorite philosopher? Eric Dates ** 31:31 I've got a few. I'd say probably Peter Drucker is at the forefront of what I love to read. I just love the way his mind works. Phenomenal stuff. And another gentleman who actually is the person who introduced me to Peter Drucker, his name is Flint McLaughlin. He, in my opinion, is just one of the most intelligent and intellectual marketing philosophers ever exist, and should go down in history as such, because he has, he brings such an interesting perspective on every concept of what we do and, you know, associated with the cognitive aspect of how the human beings make decisions. And just I just love the way that guy talks. So I can't listen to him enough. So those are probably my two. Michael Hingson ** 32:16 Yeah, I I've not met either. Course Now, Peter Drucker, not anyway. But what was it like meeting Peter Drucker? What kind of a person was he? Eric Dates ** 32:27 Well, I didn't get to meet him. Unfortunately. I wish i You Michael Hingson ** 32:29 were you were just introduced to him? Yeah. I was wondering, yeah, introduced sorry, to his to his works to his words. One of my favorite people is a guy named Patrick Lencioni. Are you familiar with him? Absolutely. And I like him, because I like the way he approaches teams. And one of the things that I say on a regular basis to people is that having now used eight guide dogs, I've learned so much more about team building and teamwork, from working with a guide dogs, and I've ever learned from Patrick Lencioni, Ken Blanchard, and all of the major experts on management, consulting and so on, because first of all, it is it is real, you you have to go right down into the weeds, if you will, you really have to put everything into practice. And when you're working with a dog, what you see is what you get, and that's the the thing that we lose with humans, because we're always just wondering, well, what's this person's real agenda, and can I trust them. And so we have taught ourselves to not be open to trust nearly as much as we can be. And dogs while they love unconditionally, as I've learned, I think over the years, just in observing them and thought about it, a lot, dogs do not trust unconditionally. But the difference between dogs and people is that dogs unless there is some real traumatic experience they've had to undergo, dogs, at least are open to trust. And that ought to be a great lesson, we all could learn Eric Dates ** 34:06 100% It's almost like with the amount of just from a macro level, the amount of untruthfulness that exists out there, and the amount of you know, false information tossed our way all the time from any which way we we're so cynical anymore, and I feel like consumers and just people in general have become so cynical and closed off as a as a reaction to that. So I to your point, I think having the humility there you because when you when you were saying that around the dogs, I just hear, you know, humility and humbleness to do so. And yeah, it's to get to that level would be it changed the world. Michael Hingson ** 34:48 The other thing about dogs is that they all do have just like people, different personalities. I had one guide dog that only worked 18 months and as I described her to people, she had sort of a type A personality and could not leave work at the office. So at home, she followed me around, she wouldn't play with the other dogs, she would actually curl her lip at the other dogs in our house if they wanted to play. And it got to the point where she was so much on all the time, that she became fearful and became actually afraid to guide, she just couldn't take the stress that she really imposed on herself. And there's a great lesson there for so many of us who are people that we ought to learn that we can control stress and fear a lot more than we do. Eric Dates ** 35:35 Absolutely. It's very interesting that, to see that I imagined in person, especially with with with an animal like that, you know, that's, that's going to be incredible. And with human beings. I think the the ability to clearly decipher between perception, and reality is what is at the root of that, because so many folks create this perception that they start to live it. And it compounds quickly, as you know, you know, talking about things like stress or whatnot, it's, it's almost addicted to itself. So yeah, having that ability to be humble, and inwardly reflect, but also know, I shouldn't react this way. Or I should actually be open to trusting this person, or whatever it may be. The simple decisions. Help starts with acknowledging the reality of the matter. Michael Hingson ** 36:28 Yeah, being a marketing guy, why do you think we're sort of progressing that way, as opposed to learning more humility and being a little bit more humble about what we do? Eric Dates ** 36:39 I think it's this subliminal mentality that stems from the screens, and in our hands every day that people are, everyone has a voice, and everyone is almost forced to listen to it. At this point, I feel like just based on habits, so as everyone welcomes all this information it wants into their mind. So unnatural, you know, in general, so it's, it creates a stressful environment on the human mind. And I think that aside, in the market, as a consumer, it's even more crazy, you know, people are giving you 85 different versions of a product to solve your problem. And they're all fantastic. What are you supposed to choose? Who are you supposed to believe? cetera, et cetera. And you know, that that stressful atmosphere that that atmosphere of cynicism and disbelief, of so many people are saying this, therefore, it must be wrong. It is now the status quo. And it's created just a very, very, very interesting shift in human behavior and consumer behavior across the board. And it's a little look a little nervous, to be honest, I think there's, there's that example of just because you can doesn't mean you should with certain aspects, tech and things like that to really engulf the human and almost make the reality irrelevant, and everything becomes digital. So I'm a little nervous about that. But we'd love to know your thoughts on where you think we're headed. Well, Michael Hingson ** 38:09 I think you're, you're right. And I think that, unfortunately, people who ought to know better and who can help, perhaps deal with some of it won't. One of my favorite examples lately has been observing, news reporting, and I'm going to deal with specifically whether prognostication hearing California. Yeah. Okay, I can tell you, it's probably see where I'm going. We, we hear all the time now, because we've had marine layers and a lot of clouds, the May gray in the June gloom. And one of these days, we'll get sun again. But it's horrible because we don't get the sunshine. And then when we do get the sun for any period of time, then they talk about how hot it is, and the fire potential goes up and so on. There's no pleasing them. And because there's no pleasing them, we aren't pleased and the reality is, the so called may gray and the June Gloom are, in part what has thus far although it's early in the season, of course, but thus far, kept us from having more wildfires. They've kept it cooler, there's been some rice stir, and there's there's no perspective we've lost our ability to, to have any kind of perspective. And now we've got, you know, with our politicians and talking about all the things that are going on in the political arena, everything has become so political, that there's no room to step back or we don't get the opportunity or we won't take I should say the opportunity to step back and go wait a minute. What are these people really saying what of this really makes a lot of sense, as opposed to what what is actually coming out? On the news, you know, we've been hearing about politicians being indicted and so on. But all that's political. And it doesn't matter what the evidence shows. And of course, we don't know all the evidence in some of the cases. And like, in everything that we do, we have just created such incredible shifts. One of the things I think about is Bill Cosby. So now he's got nine women who have accused him of rape and other things like that. And maybe it's all true. But you know, what the other side of Bill Cosby is, he was a very funny guy for many years. And now a lot of people would say, well, we just can't have anything of his around anymore, because look at the guy he's become, or Woodrow Wilson was a racist. And I participated in a program for a few years called the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Program, which was something that was created by an organization dealing with independent colleges. And they decided they had to drop the name Woodrow Wilson fellowship, because people started saying, Well, he was a racist. And maybe he was, but what about the rest of what he did? Or I collect old radio shows as a hobby. And I've seen a number of instances now where people are saying, well, Amos, and Andy should be completely thrown out because they're black. And they and the people who portrayed them were white and are totally misrepresenting black people. Really. We, we want to rewrite history, and not recognize the value that history brings. The The fact is with Amos and Andy, for example, in the 30s, and into the 40s. People would go on Saturday afternoons to the movie theaters for matinees. And when Amos and Andy came on, the show stopped, and everyone listened to Amos and Andy, the show was well loved. And the fact is that, was it really intentionally racist? Or was it entertainment that everyone laughed at and loved? It changed, of course, when Amos and he went to TV, and I didn't know that for a while, I didn't even know they were black. I didn't even think about it, you know, when the characters were, but it went to TV. And of course, then it was to people who who were black. And so that that caused a route. But the reality is that we don't put anything in perspective anymore, and look at all sides of things that we don't get to learn to do that. Because a lot of marketing, whether it's from the politicians or elsewhere, is all based on fear. And all they want to do is create fear reactions within us. Eric Dates ** 42:38 Yep. No, I completely agree. And, you know, it's funny, that you're mentioning that you feel like, if anyone tries hard enough, you can find frustration in anything, you can find the bad in anything. I mean, I'm wearing a baseball hat right now. So you look at a hat of all the history of a hat and the original purpose of hats, you know, you could probably associate some sort of negative historical context with a hat. Therefore, if you wear a hat these days, you're misrepresenting someone who used to exist. So I think it almost goes back to this accepted level of ignorance, in my opinion, in this in society, because it's, it's, I only know what I know. But what I think you should think, whether we know the same amount of information or whatever, I've learned the full spectrum, or whatever it is, they've convinced themselves that what they think is fact. And we all know what, you know, people say about opinions. I think that's where people should let things lay, you know, is is the opinion is just that and you are 100% allowed to have it. But the second you start finding, I'm not sure if I've mentioned this in the past, but I'm a huge student of it a psychologist out there right now who has concepts around herd mentality in the herd. So these days with digital communities, and you basically have entire access to the world in your hands. You can go find a herd just about anywhere for just about anything. Which is that a false perspective of what I think is correct. It has to be because here's this finite group of people, whether it's 100, or even 100,000, you know, in global terms, that's a miniscule number, but it's enough for them to validate their own idea to themselves. So then they start standing on this hill that they apparently want to die on saying, You must hear me from my position I have X amount of people behind me that also believe this therefore, everyone else must think the way that we think and when you when you apply this to marketing, you know, I love the Bill Cosby reference because you know, how many people did he make laugh? Right? How many times did he make people laugh? And then how quickly are people to once they learn about behind the curtain? Completely, just count everything that they've ever enjoyed. But I see so much of a hypocritical nature there. Because if you were someone who laughed, and then later or someone who's upset, I don't, to me, the logic doesn't add up. So in marketing, to me, this is a masterclass on branding is the second that the expectation that this person set is not actually met, your brand starts to take. So with the Bill Cosby thing, he was making people laugh, he was doing things he had his own persona, his own brand. But the second he deviated from that, and they found something negative, that differ from the expectation in their brain. They hate the guy can't stand him and everything he's ever touched is terrible. Michael Hingson ** 45:42 Rather than recognizing that what we really have are two things, what he was, and now what he is, which are two different things. Eric Dates ** 45:52 Correct. And people need to realize that they are two completely separate things. Michael Hingson ** 45:58 But you know, we've had people and over the last six years with with politics and so on during the Trump era, when reporters would say, but this is a fact. And then we hear, but there are alternative facts. They're there. They're challenging the definition of a fact. And that doesn't work that way. But unfortunately, once again, as you said, with the herd mentality, they've got enough of a herd that buys into it, that suddenly Well, there really are facts and alternative facts, rather than something that is factual. And what is an opinion. Eric Dates ** 46:37 It all goes back. And I completely agree, it goes back to the search for confirmation, versus the search for truth. And I feel like people constantly become a victim, especially in a world of the internet, where you can honestly go find the answer to anything you want to hear in the way that you want to hear it. Right. So it's like people are constantly in search of confirmation of please tell me that what I'm thinking is correct versus what is correct. And that is the that's the mentality shift that I'm a little cynical on is this where the broader group of consumers are headed, just based on behavior, which as you look at digital marketing, and SEO, and all these other things, it's a dangerous road, because you could start to preach something that's not necessarily true. But you could convince people that it is and boom, you're left with a fire festival in the marketing realm where everyone's super excited to come see these artists that no one's actually playing. Yeah, thanks for your money. Michael Hingson ** 47:34 Isn't it amazing? Well, and you know, last year, with all the stuff with Ticketmaster, and Taylor Swift and all that, a great performer. And still, it's a performance, it's entertainment. Yet people took it so personally, and of course, Ticketmaster, may very well have done some things that they shouldn't have done. But my gosh, the Dubrow over it was was incredible. There's, again, no, no medium, no midway, or no way to just try to put it in perspective and say, Okay, let's hold Ticketmaster responsible, but don't take it personally. Yes. Eric Dates ** 48:15 I feel like that's the, the the unfortunate reality that we all live in now, because of all types of media, whether it's social, whether it's on television, whether its political, whether it's not, it's PayPal, and finally understood, it's so much easier to get people riled up about something than it is to get them to come together and fix something right. They'd love to point fingers, they'd love to throw stones. But when it comes to kind of building what they need to build, in order to never have to throw a stone again. That's, that's someone else's job. It's not someone Michael Hingson ** 48:49 else's job. Whatever happened to Gandhi and be the change you want to see in the world? Eric Dates ** 48:54 That's true. I feel like some folks have been taking that a little differently these days. Michael Hingson ** 48:58 Yeah. Yeah, it's, it's amazing. Well, how are we going to change that? Do you have any thoughts or notions? Eric Dates ** 49:07 I really think it's, it's by doing what you just mentioned, you know, you know, studying God is truth there is once you become what you need. You don't need it anymore. Right? You've you've become it and you now are the solution. So if you want to be the change that you want to see, leading by example, is the only way to do that. And I think it's often scary because back to the herd mentality, if you deviate from the herd enough, you know, fight or flight instinct kicks in and all sudden you're out in the open. Everyone's looking at you and you're terrified to make decisions. And that's where courage and I think that's something that's really lacking in a lot of individuals these days, whether it's from fear, whether it's from uncertainty, whatever it might stem from, it's who has the courage to step up and just start doing the right thing, not not tweeting about it, not putting it under Social mean idea, you're actually doing it right not playing the game, throw the game away and change the game and say this is my domain. Now here's how I'm going to approach this, people will eventually follow suit, I just think we need it on a larger scale with the right people to do so in a way that it's not captured by me to say that this is cheesy, or this is something you poke fun at, because now you have a lot of a lot of enemies who have a lot of real estate in the mind, that you're going to have to kind of overcome. But I think those who stay true, you know, through your courage to the sticking place, if you will, you won't, you won't fail, and we won't fail, and everything will get to a much better spot, I just think we need to unlock and empower those leaders who are all out there that are trying to do this, I think we'll just be stronger as a group, versus kind of the single twig that can snap, you know, you bunch them all together, and boom, it's it's a log. Michael Hingson ** 50:58 Yeah. What kind of mindset do marketers need to establish within themselves to truly become successful and, and help bring that change about? And how do we make that happen? Eric Dates ** 51:13 That's it that is a tough one it but it's a fantastic question. Because it's something that a lot of people should ask themselves quite often. And it's always a fine line between you're hired to do a job, right? You're You're tasked with a business goal, if you have to grow us from X to Y, or from Y to Z, whatever may be in you know, ABC amount of time. Knowing that that's a task. I think it's just having the humility and courage to not cross into the gray area, where it becomes manipulation of, hey, I can, I can almost persuade you to go do something because you understand these powerful tools that you can unlock in the in the brain. So I think it's, it's really just be a amplifier of truth. Constantly, whether it whether the product is good or not. tell the true story. And set the right expectation of something that you can deliver on don't sell the vision. Right, that that's not your job. As a marketer, your job is to sell reality to that person, so they can make the right decision going back to your point in sales. And I think more people need to stay true to the craft of over deliver information, provide context, establish an expectation for what you can do, and what you will do. And let the people choose accordingly. Because that That, to me is the beauty of a free market. It's the beauty of when people can make decisions based on supply and demand because they put the demand in there, you know, in a world full of supply. Michael Hingson ** 52:54 Yeah, interesting concept of over deliver information. But it is relevant and true. And of course, it's also delivering the right information, which goes back to truth. And I don't personally think that there are really different kinds of truth. I think that it goes back to facts and alternative facts, there is truth. And what it really comes down to is we need to ask the right questions. And consumers need to learn to ask the right questions and maybe marketing and other people who are involved in setting the trends need to teach us how to ask and what to ask for the right questions. Eric Dates ** 53:38 Absolutely, it goes back to, to ethics and leading with that for if you truly want the customer to be first, I think to simplify it. do just that. Michael Hingson ** 53:55 Do you distinguish between? and I'm I'm thinking about this? Because I thought about the whole discussion that we had about sales and selling products and being truthful about that. How do you define or what do you think about the differences between personal success and professional success? Because that's an interesting thing. You're professionally successful if you're for your sales guy, for example, if you're selling lots of stuff and people are buying from you, but that doesn't necessarily lead to personal success and what's the difference? And what are they Eric Dates ** 54:27 another phenomenal question I think with with today's social atmosphere, and how we're constantly you know, being influenced if you will, which I think is a really really funny term. But these influencers out there who are you know, these people trust for a variety of reasons are created by created by the consumer themselves because again, it goes back to that search for confirmation of like, I think I want this but I need someone to tell me that this is the right thing to get So that's a really good, good question. Michael Hingson ** 55:05 Yeah, because in reality, rather than saying, I need somebody to tell me, it's the right thing, it would seem to me that what we should do is to say, I need to get the information from sources to decide whether it's the right thing or not. And if I'm not confident, then maybe there's something else I need to learn. And there's something there's nothing wrong with experts. There's nothing wrong with people who really no one has ever said. But by the same token, it still comes down to you should check all sides of it, whatever it happens to be, and then decide what the right thing is. Because the fact is that the right thing for you may not be the right thing for me. And that doesn't make the decision for either of us wrong. Eric Dates ** 55:52 Absolutely. And I think as we look at defining the personal side of success, I think becoming more aware of these things that exist in marketing, and in business alone, I mean, just just being a smarter consumer, in my opinion, today will help people gain that success, whatever that looks like. Because if you can't fall victim to marketing, manipulation, or you know, persuasion out in the market to go make decisions that you didn't necessarily want to make or wasn't the right one, because you were tricked, whatever it may be. I think that that realization of being cognizant of what's going on what those triggers are, so you don't fall victim to it, start to open up the right way to more clearly define what success looks like for that individual. Because now your mind is free. And to me, that's the precursor to personal success is how do you unlock your own mind, from a place of being controlled professionally, I think it's it to me, it's no different than sports in the way I believe this, it's, it's professionally is whatever your goals are for yourself in this role, whether you want to achieve the CEO or whatever you want to achieve. And you go get it like celebrate that win, because it's something you want it to go do for you to understand why totally different discussion. But if you if you, you know wholeheartedly believe that that's what you want to go do as a professional, you want to, you know, win a championship, win a Super Bowl, you want to have an exit with a, an acquisition, or m&a activity, whatever it may be. That's okay. That's a great goal professionally, but I think separating the two is where people start to win. Because they know that there are two difference. Because you know, professions only exist because of money. Right? If you really look at it, it's you're getting paid to do something, therefore you are professional. That's it. But as your personal stuff should be a little bit separate, in my opinion. But that's that's just my my thought on that matter. Michael Hingson ** 57:50 Well, I would agree and goals, by the way can evolve. So you may start out wanting to be a champion or acquire a company or become a CEO. And it may very well be that as you work towards something, you'll decide that well maybe that's really not what was best for me and you should be open to looking doesn't mean you have doubt, but you should be open to evaluating what you do regularly. You did. And you you migrated. And that seemed to work pretty well. You know, we call this unstoppable mindset what? What would you suggest to people in terms of how they can develop an unstoppable mindset, mindset. Eric Dates ** 58:31 Love that, to me is the word that stares me in the face is mind, right? Just the root of all of that comes to understanding your own mind. Not everyone else is just focused on your own right understand what makes you tick, understand what makes you frustrated, you know, put in the time of thinking every day and just challenge yourself understand things seek truth in yourself. Don't think validation or seek validation and other people's thoughts and opinions? Or or god forbid the internet. You know, really just be cognizant of who you actually are. And I think once you understand that there's your starting point, to start figuring out, how do I stay this person? Is it first of all, is this the person you want to stay? As? That's a great question to ask. But once you figure out that this is me, and this is who I want to be. That to me is is the unstoppable mindset part because now you're concrete in your conclusion that this is me, and I accepted and proud of who I am. And now everything else out there is just how do I go? Get it done? Because you already done the hard part of figuring out yourself Michael Hingson ** 59:47 and it is all about you understanding you and I totally agree with you. And that's a great way to bring this conversation to a close because I think it will give all of us a lot to think about out. And I do want to thank you for being here with us. How do people reach out to you maybe learn more about you and learn what you do and how they can maybe interact with you? 1:00:10 Absolutely. The one social platform that I am on is LinkedIn. And I'm completely accessible, happy to chat with anyone, anytime. How do they find it and just search for Eric Dates, I believe I'm one of the few. And I'm happy to share out the LinkedIn URL that we can toss in the bottom of this at some point. But yeah, never hesitate to reach out if there's something you'd like to talk about any subject, not just marketing, or philosophy or, or consumers or anything like that. Anything. I just welcomed the community. Michael Hingson ** 1:00:41 We'll make sure it's in the in the notes, by all means. Well, I want to thank you again for being here with us. I do have one last question. What do you do when you're not working? Eric Dates ** 1:00:53 I've got two beautiful kids who I love playing with all the time. I love putting on my kid hat because for me, that is who I am. I'm just a grown up kid. And I love playing with them. You know, I love the family life. And they got an incredible mom who we play with all the time. And yeah, I love playing with my family. So that's, that's what I tried to do the most. Because for me, as we looked at, in really in the mind, that's, that's what's very important to me. So I want to make sure I get a part of that, or as much of that as I can on a daily basis. Michael Hingson ** 1:01:24 And that is cool. And that's the way it really should be. Well, thanks again for being here. And I want to thank you for listening. If you would please give us a five star review at read five star review. If I could talk I'd be in lovely shape. Give us a five star review. Wherever you're listening to us, we would appreciate it. Always love your comments. I always love your thoughts. So please feel free to pass them on. You can reach me Michaelhi I M i c h a e l h i at accessibe A C C E S S I B E.com. Or go to Michael hingson H i n g s o n.com/podcast. Love to hear from you. And Eric, for you and all of you listening if you have any thoughts of people who we ought to have as a guest, please let me know. We are always looking to meet more people and have more great conversations and really, hopefully help make the world a little bit better place by everything that we do. So please don't hesitate to reach out and Eric once more. Thank you very much for being here with us and spending the last hour with us today. Eric Dates ** 1:02:27 Absolutely. Michael, thank you so much. It was an absolute pleasure. I hope it gets to do it again. **Michael Hingson ** 1:02:36 You have been listening to the Unstoppable Mindset podcast. Thanks for dropping by. I hope that you'll join us again next week, and in future weeks for upcoming episodes. To subscribe to our podcast and to learn about upcoming episodes, please visit www dot Michael hingson.com slash podcast. Michael Hingson is spelled m i c h a e l h i n g s o n. While you're on the site., please use the form there to recommend people who we ought to interview in upcoming editions of the show. And also, we ask you and urge you to invite your friends to join us in the future. If you know of any one or any organization needing a speaker for an event, please email me at speaker at Michael hingson.com. I appreciate it very much. T
The main ingredient of nasal decongestants doesn't work! // Drew Barrymore's show has crossed the picket line and has been dropped as the National Book Awards host. // Man pulls out an AK-47 on a Little Caeser's employee cause his pizza took too long. // Another actress sues and claims that Bill Cosby assaulted her with the promise of an audition.
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The Golden Voice Ted Williams joins us, Danny Masterson sentenced to 30+ years, a brand-new Bonerline, Larry Sinclair with Tucker Carlson, Tonight Show troubles, Jim's Picks: solos, and Tom Mazawey makes excuse after excuse. Our listeners are trolling Stuttering John via Super Chat. Danny Masterson has been sentenced to 30 years to life for rape. More accusers for Bill Cosby. Al Pacino's 29-year-old baby mama is splitting from the old man. Christine Baumgartner is ordered to pay Kevin Costner $14K. HA HA! Bruce Springsteen is missing some shows due to an ulcer. Drew was a guest on Why Are You Laughing? 9/11 is right around the corner. A strike is looming. The Golden Voice, Ted Williams, joins the show to promote the live WATP show next week! Polyviou Family Dental brings you the Bonerline today. Call or text 209-66-Bonerline. Politics: Joe Biden is getting his ass kicked in the polls. Vice President Kamala Harris is ready to lead. It's looking like Hunter Biden is going to be indicted. Michelle Obama is looking sad these days. Where is Danelo Cavalcante? Larry Sinclair sat down with Tucker on X. Tom Mazawey stiffs the show today to keep the time at a volleyball game. It sucks to work for Jimmy Fallon. Current and former employees are popping off. Kendra Wilkinson had a panic attack. Tom Mazawey finally joins the show to make excuses. Jim's Picks: Guitar solos. Are you ready for some football? Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company If you'd like to help support the show… please consider subscribing to our YouTube Page, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels, Jim Bentley and BranDon).
Chris does the first ever solo podcast for the Too Woke Boys while Col is stranded at burning man, and definitely not in his hometown visiting his family. Producer Alex steps up to the plate to accept the rants of Chris. Chris discusses the debacle of rain at Burning Man, Smash Mouth frontman Steve Harwell has passed and Chris celebrates his life by watching a video compilation of him threatening audience members. Chris also talks about the passing of Jimmy Buffett and tries to connect that buffet restaurants may exist because of Jimmy Buffett. Mexican people had a gender reveal party and it caused the death of a pilot. Bill Cosby is somehow brought up and Chris and producer Alex watch a video from the Cosby show about his sexy barbecue sauce. Britney Spears mentions she is ready for "hot guys" after her divorce. Chris offers to take care of her in her time of need Chris describes headlining a nudist colony show in Florida. Follow the IG/TikTok page: @TooWokeBoys Email the show: TooWokeBoys@gmail.com Like, Comment, Subscribe on the YouTube Channel We are doing our best to roll out new video content! - If you are interested in editing video content for the boys hit them up Donate to the show on Venmo/ Cashapp: TheSlutFund Give a FIVE STAR REVIEW for the show on iTunes Make sure to give five star reviews on Spotify also! (fun ones will be read on the show) Share a screenshot of the show on your IG stories and let everyone know YOU ARE AN ALLY @JeffZenisek https://beacons.ai/jeffzenisek @MalcolmKelner https://beacons.ai/malc --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/toowokeboys/support
A friend rotated my brain toward the subject of fame.He aimed my eyes in a new direction when he said, “Do you remember that thing you sent me 10 or 15 years ago?”I gave him the same blank look that you would have given him.He continued, “It was that thing Leonard Pitts wrote about being ‘the Man.'”I recovered it from the Random Quotes database at MondayMorningMemo.com, handed my phone to him and told him to read it out loud. When he was finished, we laughed together like two little boys who heard someone fart in church.Here it is:“I've got nothing against fame. I'm famous myself. Sort of.OK, not Will Smith famous. Or Ellen DeGeneres famous. All right, not even Marilu Henner famous.I'm the kind of famous where you fly into some town to give a speech before that shrinking subset of Americans who still read newspapers and, for that hour, they treat you like a rock star, applauding, crowding around, asking for autographs.Then it's over. You walk through the airport the next day and no one gives a second glance. You are nobody again.Dave Barry told me this story once about Mark Russell, the political satirist. It seems Russell gave this performance where he packed the hall, got a standing O. He was The Man. Later, at the hotel, The Man gets hungry, but the only place to eat is a McDonald's across the road. The front door is locked, but the drive-through is still open. So he stands in it. A car pulls in behind him. The driver honks and yells, “Great show, Mark!”The moral of the story is that a certain level of fame — call it the level of minor celebrity — comes with a built-in reality check. One minute, you're the toast of Milwaukee. The next, you're standing behind a Buick waiting to order a Big Mac.”– Leonard Pitts, January 14, 2008There is something about laughing with a friend that soaks into your heart and redirects your thoughts.I woke up the next morning thinking about fame, and how easily it comes and goes.I thought about Bill Cosby and Jim Bakker and Jimmy Swaggart. And then my computer told me “Joe the Plumber” had died. Remember Joe the Plumber? He became a celebrity in 2008 when he asked Barack Obama a question. We learned later that his name wasn't Joe and he was never a plumber, but his perspective resonated with a lot of Americans.And then it hit me: Andy Warhol was a painter, but what we remember about him was his colorful comment about each person receiving “15 minutes of fame.”I could feel the freight train of curiosity gaining momentum in my mind, so I had to quickly decide whether to grab a handrail, swing aboard and see where it would take me, or spend the rest of the day regretting having missed the chance.I didn't want to live in regret, so I grabbed a handrail and was yanked off my feet into a noisy, rattling railcar.When my eyes had grown accustomed to the dust and the half-light, I found the following 19 statements carved into the wooden walls of that railcar. These statements were signed by Marilyn Monroe, Johnny Depp, Erma Bombeck, Tony Bennett, Emily Dickinson, John Wooden, Gene Tierney, Jack Kerouac, George Michael, Eddie Van Halen, Sinead O'Connor, Fran Lebowitz, Michael Huffington, Lord Byron, Arthur Schopenhauer, Michelle Pfeiffer, Clive James, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Davy Crockett.But not in that order. I'm not going to tell you who said what, because I don't want your reactions to be influenced by your memories of those people.“Wealth is like sea-water; the more we drink, the thirstier we become; and the same is true of fame.”“Fame is the thirst of youth.”“Don't confuse fame with success. Madonna is one; Helen Keller is the other.”“Fame comes and goes. Longevity...
Adam and Wack, accompanied by Ricc Rocc, go in on the Blueface situation, Amber Rose, Tony Willrich, Crip Mac, JT The Bigga Figga, Charleston White and more! ----- 0:00 Intro 4:15 Rick Rock gives his opinion on Wack100, describes him as a Don King and Charleston White type 5:40 Rick Rock brings a monkey to the podcast and Wack praises Adam's podcasting skill 14:00 Wack says his diaper company is going to blow up in the next 5 years 15:10 Wack speaks about Nipsey movement after Big U told gang members to do a peace walk for Nipsey 19:00 Adam says they don't make murals and statues of artist when they're still alive, and discuss Bill Cosby getting his statue removed 21:55 Adam talks about Rick Rock posting about him on instagram, and Rick Rock tells Adam why he has a problem with him speaking on gang members 24:00 Adam asks Rick Rock about managing Crip Mac 29:00- Rick Rock speaks on helping Crip Mac and paying rent on his podcast studio, Wack100 speaks on wanting to get Crip Mac in a boxing match 32:10 Rick Rock speaks on Crip Mac and not being able to take him to certain places 37:10 Rick Rock talks about wanting to make a movie with Crip Mac, Wack says Adam wanted to sign Crip Mac and wanting to remove his forehead tattoo to make him a bigger star 40:25 Rick Rock speaks on Crip Mac interviewing the ‘gay crip' and says there's no such thing as a ‘gay crip' 42:00 Rick Rock says he wants Crip Mac to remove the “Crip” from his name, because it makes the Crips look a certain way, says CRIP Mac should have denied the interview 49:00 Wack100 speaks about getting arrested in New York by the “hip-hop” police, Rick Rock says he'd box China Mac and ODM Slim 51:30 Wck and Rick Rock say Crip Mac should change his name back to CMac Da Loc, says China Mac is stealing money 53:10 Adam asks Wack100 what happened with Blueface getting s****ed at a boxing match, Rick Rock speaks on being The Games security 58:30 Adam asks Wack for details about how Blueface got s****ed 1:05:10 Wack asks Adam why Richard Spencer hasn't responded, Wack calls Floyd Mayweather and speaks about fighting with Blueface 1:12:00 Adam & Wack talk about their relationship with Jason Lee 1:14:30 Adam asks Wack100 about his beef with Amber Rose, and Wack calls out Adam for lying about JT The Bigga Figga coming that day, calls him a hustler and has no problem with him 1:18:30 Wack asks Adam if he thinks he would disrespect his place of business over some gang shit 1:21:10 Wack says Ray J and Jason Lee told him to relax on his beef with Amber Rose, Adam asks Wack why he implied that Wiz Khalifa is gay 1:24:55 Wack100 says he's making an R.Kelly show called Saving R.Kelly 1:27:25 Wack100 speaks on Charleston White pepper spraying someone 1:37:30 Adam talks about Lena going to a party and seeing a fan wearing a shirt with her picture on it ----- NO JUMPER PATREON http://www.patreon.com/nojumper CHECK OUT OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5te... FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! http://www.nojumper.com/ Follow us on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ENxb4B... iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/n... Follow us on Social Media: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... http://www.twitter.com/nojumper http://www.instagram.com/nojumper https://www.facebook.com/NOJUMPEROFFI... http://www.reddit.com/r/nojumper JOIN THE DISCORD: https://discord.gg/Q3XPfBm Follow Adam22: https://www.tiktok.com/@adam22 http://www.twitter.com/adam22 http://www.instagram.com/adam22 adam22hoe on Snapchat Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's episode is Nick's 2019 Comedy Special “A Breath of Fresh Air”! Nick made this special on his own and gave it away for FREE without any media/industry filter. Thank you all for continuing to support Nick's comedy! Join Nick as he discusses Toxic White Males, Waze App, Smoking, Bill Cosby, #MeToo, The 2016 Election, The Wall, Fox News, Religion, Green Hotels, Dying Ain't Pretty & Funerals vs Wakes. Like what you hear? Sign in or Sign up at Mug Club and watch the full episode! https://mugclub.rumble.com/support/promo/NICKDIP Membership gets you full video episodes of The Nick Di Paolo Show, Louder With Crowder, Alex Jones, The Hodge Twins, The Bryan Callen Show, MrGunsNGear, and all other exclusive content! For Tour Dates, Merch, links to my socials and more visit https://nickdip.com
What's up my Curbsters! This is ya girl Sixx with another episode of Sixx's Word on the Curb where we have a lil bit of truth, a lil bit of lies, but it's all factual! We have much to discuss! Melle Mel vs Eminem; Joe Button vs his co-host; Tyrese discrimination allegations ; Orlando Brown arrested; body cam footage raid connected to 2Pac's murder; LilTay not dead; new born headless during delivery; Tory Lanez selling tees; Ciara preggos; Wayne Brady's announcement; Ne-Yo said what he said and another Bill Cosby allegation; plus much much more! Join Shawn the Gossip, Michelle Shawntee, & Sixx as they break down the latest celebrity gossip! Get your merch from www.lmtbs.com Disclaimer - Excerpts from books, blogs, social media, and public figures protected by Fair Use Clause of the Copyright Act which states Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phono-records or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, COMMENT, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright. Contact Information: Email: email@example.com Where you can follow Sixx's Word on the Curb: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100088715995430&mibextid=LQQJ4d YouTube: https://youtu.be/iDOmXYIgd4o TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@sixxfo06 Twitch: https://twitch.tv/sixxfo Podcast: Sixx's Word on the Curb is on Apple, Google, Spotify & More!
The rapper Tory Lanez has been sentenced to 10 years for the shooting of fellow musician Megan Thee Stallion. She required surgery to remove bullet fragments from her foot after he shot her following a party in 2020. BBC entertainment correspondent Chi-Chi Izundu joins Clare McDonnell to discuss. New research by The Sutton Trust reveals that more than a third of A-level students in England are considering living at home if they get into their preferred university. And in some cases, choosing lower-ranking universities because they are closer to home. Rebecca Montacute, head of research for the Sutton Trust, explains the findings. Hayley Hassall also hears from future student, Lori Cobon, and her mother Rachel. A few months ago, Sarah de Lagarde came on Woman's Hour to share her incredible story of survival. She had fallen on to the Tube tracks at a north London station and was run over by two Tube trains. She lost her right arm and leg as a result. Today, Sarah returns with a newly fitted bionic arm, made possible with the support of a crowdfunding campaign. She speaks to Hayley about her recovery. More than 60 women have made allegations of rape, sexual assault and sexual harassment against the US comedian and actor Bill Cosby. But only one woman, Andrea Constand, was able to gain a criminal conviction. In 2018, he was sent to prison for three to 10 years on three counts of aggravated indecent assault. At the time, it was celebrated as a major win for the #MeToo movement. Less than three years later, he was freed when the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his conviction on a legal technicality. In a new two-part documentary exclusively for ITVX from 10 August, The Case Against Cosby, Andrea tells her story. It's been two years since the Taliban retook power in Afghanistan and during that time women and girls have found many curtailments on their liberty. Dr Nadia Nadim is Afghanistan's most successful and most influential female footballer. She fled to Denmark following the death of her father and has gone on to play for the Danish national team over 100 times. Dr Nadim joins Hayley to discuss her career and her hope for women and girls back home in Afghanistan. Presenter: Hayley Hassall Producer: Hanna Ward Studio Manager: Tim Heffer
Cosby's Love Child - The Untold Story of Autumn Jackson the Alleged Daughter of Entertainer Bill CosbyEd Opperman was joined by Jewel Star, the aunt of Cosby's illegitimate daughter Autumn Jackson. NATIONAL ENQUIRER STAFF: Outrageous Allegations In New Tell-All Book: Did Evil Bill Cosby Have His Son Murdered To Hide Sex Crimes? RADAR ONLINE: Obviously, the claims made by Star and Jackson are wild and seem rather far-fetched, but then again, there was a time when it would have been very difficult to believe that Bill Cosby could possibly be guilty of sexually assaulting more than 50 women. Tyler Johnson, The HOLLYWOOD GOSSIP: This compelling and true life story screams of betrayal, deceit, and an unsolved mystery. It began when a budding young woman was lured into a cunning and deceptive scheme which eventually became her undoing. The tale may have gone unnoticed under normal circumstances. However, the plot thickened when a famous celebrity, Bill Cosby, was the target of a greedy rouse. The timing couldn't have been worse as it fell on the heels of his son's murder. Ennis Cosby had been shot and killed the day an alleged extortion letter was delivered to the comedian demanding millions in hush money. During one of the most infamous trials of 1997 Cosby would face his adversary Autumn Jackson, and rue the day that she was born. Jackson could do nothing more than look into her father's eyes and weep for all that had never been. At least she believed the entertainer to be her father. This complicated and twisted saga is fraught with criminal and passion driven psychology. Who were the guilty ones and who were the innocents?“I'm Autumn Jackson's aunt. I was called on to be her traveling companion, confidant, and unlikely bodyguard. When people asked me what happened, the answer was complicated. A book needed to be written.”Book : Cosby's Love Child - The Untold Story of Autumn Jackson the Alleged Daughter of Entertainer Bill CosbyThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/1198501/advertisement
A judge in Texas has ruled that women who experience pregnancy complications are temporarily exempt from the state's abortion bans. The ruling comes after a group of thirteen women and two doctors sued the state of Texas in March of this year, calling for a clarification of the law. However, the injunction is only temporary until the lawsuit is decided - and the state of Texas has appealed the ruling. Dr Emma Long, Associate Professor in American History and Politics at the University of East Anglia, joins Clare McDonnell to explain the significance of the ruling. Author and researcher Dr Julia Ebner has spent the last two years immersed in one of the darkest corners of the internet, the world of incels. She has been pretending to be an unhappily single, unemployed, male in his late 20s who is tired of feminism. This is part of her decade-long work going undercover investigating different extremist movements and how they pose a risk to democracy. Her new book, Going Mainstream, looks at the rapid spread of extremism into our mainstream social and political discourse. Chloe Matharu is an award-winning, singer songwriter and harpist. She has cultural roots in Scotland, Wales and the Punjab, and draws inspiration from her time in the Merchant Navy and the natural world as experienced at sea. Her debut album, Small Voyages, was selected for Celtic Music Radio's Album of the Year. At Celtic Connections she was awarded the revered Danny in February this year. She joins the programme live in the studio to talk about her music and to perform The Silkie of Sule Skerry. More than 60 women have made allegations of rape, sexual assault and sexual harassment against the US comedian and actor Bill Cosby. But only one woman, Andrea Constand, was able to gain a criminal conviction. In 2018, he was sent to prison for three to 10 years on three counts of aggravated indecent assault. At the time it was celebrated as a major win for the #MeToo movement. Less than three years later, he was freed when the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his conviction on a legal technicality. In a new two-part documentary exclusively for ITVX from 10 August, The Case Against Cosby, Andrea tells her story. Presenter: Clare McDonnell Producer: Kirsty Starkey
Did Bill Cosby try to buy NBC? Langston and David chat with Bridget Todd (There Are No Girls On The Internet Podcast) about this conglomerate of a conspiracy. They discuss being a "Cosby" family, television raising them, and the downfall of America's deadbeat dad. Was it just white people afraid of his popularity on TV? Who knows. We don't condone Bill Cosby or Terry Crews. Send your conspiracy theories, music drops, and any problematic talks to firstname.lastname@example.org We are now on YouTube! Listen & Watch episodes of My Momma Told Me. Subscribe to the channel here! Want to follow the craziness of Black conspiracy theories? We're on Instagram at @mymommatoldmepod My Momma Told Me is going out tour! Find your nearest city here and get your tickets.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In honor of Top Ten's fiftieth episode, we're re-running our top ten podcasts. This week, our number two--Top Ten Scandals! The “official” Top Ten Scandals are as follows: 1. Bill Cosby 2. Watergate 3. OJ Simpson 4. Princess Diana 5. Lorena Bobbitt 6. Kurt Cobain 7. Charles Ponzi 8. Casey Anthony 9. JonBenet Ramsey 10. Owen Hart HONORABLE MENTIONS: ~ Pete Rose ~ Lance Armstrong ~ Tonya Harding ~ Dick Cheney Duck Hunt ~ On-going rules for all Top Tens: No single person, place or thing being awarded is allowed to have Top Ten placement more than three times for different creations and/or achievements. If one Top Ten pick is selected more than once but no more than three times, it automatically is to be considered for Top 5 selection. Honorable mentions do not count. All Top Tens must be created in the spirit of appreciation for the category/topic only. All picks must be backed by reasonable arguments, facts and intrigue about the pick, or debatable tastes and personal opinions. Intro and outro music licensed through Tribe of Noise Pro. The song "Transmitter" by 10 Code can be found at their website: https://www.10-code.com/ Please like, share, and subscribe! What should our next Top Ten be? For all Top Ten questions and comments, please email us at: email@example.com
The annual Southern Heritage Classic Cultural Celebration is amongst us and I thought it would be fitting to have the founder, Fred Jones Jr. sit down with me for a live podcast at the historic Cossitt Library. Growing up in the Cleaborn Homes housing community in the Memphis area, Fred attended Booker T. Washington High School active in baseball, basketball, track and band. A severe football injury derailed his hopes of receiving a scholarship to college which led him to taking on jobs such as caddying for the Memphis Country Club and working at a florist on Vance. Fred had a gift for numbers which led him to receiving a job in the auditing department at Union Planters Bank and where he began their management program ultimately receiving BBA from Memphis State in 1971. At this point Fred made a transition and started working for Issac Hayes with Stax Records handling his finances. Having discovered a knack for putting together entertainers with large audiences in the most attractive venues, he started working with a plethora of first class talent including The Isley Brothers, Prince, Bill Cosby, The Commodores, Stevie Wonder, Parliament-Funkadelic, Luther Vandross, LL Cool J, Count Basie, Tyler Perry, Jill Scott, Erykah Badu, Maze featuring Frankie Beverly, The O'Jays, Usher, and hundreds more. As a result, the Southern Heritage Classic began in 1990 in Memphis, TN with HBCU's TSU vs. JSU. Fast forward to 2023, we are now entering the 34th Southern Heritage Classic Cultural Celebration with a new HBCU headliner, UAPB. Take a listen as Fred shares many stories throughout his journey which includes how the SHC came to fruition and his recollection when he received the news that JSU would no longer participate in the SHC. Fred and his team are laser focused on their strong commitment to continuing the traditional festivities in the Memphis community consisting of a parade, a fashion show, concerts, a golf tournament, tailgate parties, a coaches luncheon, a battle of the bands, and more. He hopes to see you this year at the Southern Heritage Classic in Memphis, TN the weekend of September 7-9 with UAPB vs. TSU.
Join Mike and Bill as they discuss the Library Con 2023, Summer Recreation as a kid, Bustin Loose, Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy, Bill Cosby, Son of Eritch, Megaton #1, Sudden Death #1, The Right Project #, All Eight Eyes #1, Fantasy Comics #1, Xino #1, Local Man #1, Vanish #1, Minx, Rocketeer, Jon Carter, Plutonic, […]
Join Mike and Bill as they discuss the Library Con 2023, Summer Recreation as a kid, Bustin Loose, Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy, Bill Cosby, Son of Eritch, Megaton #1, Sudden Death #1, The Right Project #, All Eight Eyes #1, Fantasy Comics #1, Xino #1, Local Man #1, Vanish #1, Minx, Rocketeer, Jon Carter, Plutonic, […]
Even the CBD isn't helping this week but I am not done ✅ fighting this dreadful disease • we are in a weird time and it will end at some point but there's a lot that happens before the stone is moved and the ascension • people are dichotomous and be prepared to hear about someone you think is great being a demon - example Bill Cosby. Stay strong ❤️❤️
Bill Cosby, Mia Khalifa, and foot people. Big Ten doing more homework on Oregon & Washington, commish cleared to pursue expansion. Arizona & Washington boards of regents scheduled to meet tonight to discuss future. Travis Kelce's mustache.
This is one of those episodes where you'll LEARN ALL THE THINGS! About the invention of the first home pregnancy test, the blood type that most attracts mosquitos, and the deadliest animal in the United States... and no, it's not the mosquito even though it should be! Those buttfaces. Other discussion topics may include: - Ask your personal physician if hitting a deer with a motor vehicle is right for you - Could Elon Musk give you skin cancer?* - The embarrassment of losing a Grammy to an incest song - A spoiler about the ending of Oppenheimer. But not really.** - Finally, a 100% excusable reason to do a Bill Cosby impression *We're not saying he will. We're just presenting the question. **But kinda? --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/goingterribly/message
Join us on a hilarious journey into the world of stand-up comedy with our guest, Malcolm Gunn, an comedian in Taiwan. Malcolm lays bare his comedic genesis, recounting tales of his early days, his courageous ascension onto the stage for the first time, and how Zoom open mics, a pandemic innovation, served as the perfect stepping stone. Malcolm's influences are as intriguing as his journey, tracing back to the comedy albums of Bill Cosby.We dig into the art and craft of stand-up comedy. From sourcing material to the daunting task of testing new jokes on an audience, Malcolm and I dissect the challenges encountered in this unique line of work. In a light-hearted note, we even debate our distaste for a certain types of comedy and the philosophy that "if it's funny, it's funny." If you've ever pondered about comedic techniques, this is your chance to gain insights 'straight from the horse's mouth.'Beyond the belly laughs, comedy serves as a powerful tool in navigating life's ups and downs. Malcolm attests to this, revealing how humor provided solace during a tumultuous phase in his life. His writing process, comprising voice notes and multiple drafts, offers a glimpse into the meticulous crafting of jokes. We even touch on topics as diverse as superstition, ranting as a form of escapism and, believe it or not, the prospect of starting our own church! This episode promises a delightful blend of humor, companionship, and deep insights into the world of stand-up comedy. Prepare to laugh, reflect and possibly, be inspired. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/walter-rooks/message
"Chasing Cosby" author Nicole "Nicki" Weisenee Egan joins Mind Over Murder co-hosts Bill Thomas and Kristin Dilley to discuss the case of comedian Bill Cosby, who has been accused by scores of women of drugging and raping them, allegations that go back for decades. How has "America's Dad" been able to get away with being an accused serial rapist for years? Did a highly criticized non-prosecution deal with Montgomery County DA Bruce Castor allow Cosby to go free? This bonus episode of "Mind Over Murder" originally ran in August 2022.Nicole Weisenee Egan author website:https://www.nicoleweisenseeegan.com/Goodreads: "Chasing Cosby: The Downfall of America's Dad" by Nicole Weisenee Eganhttps://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/41214174Free "Chasing Justice" Subscription with author Nicole Weisenee Egan:https://nickiweisenseeegan.substack.com/subscribe?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=substack_profileJoin us at the True Crime and Paranormal Podcast Festival, Austin, Texas, August 25-27, 2023https://truecrimepodcastfestival.com/Join us at CrimeCon, Orlando, Florida, September 22-24, 2023https://www.crimecon.com/CC23WTKR News Channel 3: 35 Years Later, Family Without Answers for Colonial Parkway Murdershttps://www.wtkr.com/news/35-years-later-family-without-answers-for-colonial-parkway-murders-caseJoin the discussion on our Mind Over Murder and Colonial Parkway Murders pages on Facebook.Mind Over Murder on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindoverpodcastColonial Parkway Murders Facebook page with more than 15,000 followers: https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCaseYou can also participate in an in-depth discussion of the Colonial Parkway Murders here:https://earonsgsk.proboards.com/board/50/colonial-parkway-murdersMind Over Murder is proud to be a Spreaker Prime Podcaster:https://www.spreaker.comNew Article in Virginia Gazette: 35 Years Later, Victims' Families in Colonial Parkway Murders Still Searching for AnswersJoin the discussion on our Mind Over Murder and Colonial Parkway Murders pages on Facebook.Mind Over Murder on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindoverpodcastYou can also participate in an in-depth discussion of the Colonial Parkway Murders here:https://earonsgsk.proboards.com/board/50/colonial-parkway-murdersFollow Othram's DNA Solves: You can help solve a case. Help fund a case or contribute your DNA. Your support helps solve crimes, enable the identification of John & Jane Does, and bring closure to families. Joining is fast, secure, and easy.https://dnasolves.com/Virginia Gazette: 35 Years Later, Victims' Families in Colonial Parkway Murders Still Searching for Answers, Hope DNA Advances will Solve Case By Em Holter and Abigail Adcoxhttps://www.dailypress.com/virginiagazette/va-vg-colonial-parkway-murders-anniversary-1024-20211022-76jkpte6qvez7onybmhbhp7nfi-story.htmlMedium: The Colonial Parkway Murders — A Tale of Two Killers? By Quinn Zanehttps://medium.com/unburied/the-colonial-parkway-murders-a-tale-of-two-killers-1e8fda367a48Washington Post: "Crimes of Passion"https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/opinions/1997/08/15/crimes-of-passion/0a38e8f9-6d04-48e4-a847-7d3cba53c363/Daily Beast: "Inside the Maddening Search for Virginia's Colonial Parkway Serial Killer" By Justin Rohrlichhttps://www.thedailybeast.com/what-happened-to-cathleen-thomas-and-rebecca-dowski-inside-the-hunt-for-the-colonial-parkway-killerCitizens! 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The series is available on the free Oxygen app, Hulu, YouTube, Amazon, and many other platforms. https://www.oxygen.com/lovers-lane-murders Oxygen" "Who Were The Colonial Parkway Murder Victims? 8 Young People All Killed In Virginia Within 4 Years" https://www.oxygen.com/lovers-lane-murders/crime-news/who-were-the-colonial-parkway-murder-victims Washington Post Magazine: "Victims, Families and America's Thirst for True-Crime Stories." "For Bill Thomas, his sister Cathy's murder is a deeply personal tragedy. 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Matt and Bobby are back at it again. Joe is still recovering from the Taylor Swift Eras Tour, so Ilya Laksin is here. They talk about comedians getting divorced, controversial country music, and the crucifixion. Matt got roasted by AI, Bobby doesn't understand ladyboys, and Ilya is too smart for the podcast. Do you always have to 'yes and' a bit? Was Tim Horton a real person? Would you watch Bill Cosby's next comedy special? This episode has it allFollow Ilya Laksin on Instagram and Twitter @IlyalaksinSupport us on Patreon for bonus content: https://www.patreon.com/JustSomeLockerRoomTalk?fan_landing=trueTwitter: @L0ckerRoomTa1kInstagram: @justsomelockerroomtalkSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/38on5DGj89NZiyhinsPdrK?si=Xze0Edt5S_SrBYsR9BKUwA&nd=1iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/locker-room-talk/id1611681173Joe Gorman Twitter and Instagram: @JoeWGormanMatt Maran Twitter and Instagram: @REALMattMaranBobby Sheehan Twitter and Instagram: @BobbySheehanLOL
Award-winning CBS News Correspondent and co-host of CBS Saturday Morning, Michelle Miller, struggled to find belonging for many years. After the murder of George Floyd, she picked up her phone and started recording her reaction and commentary as part of an assignment. Little did she know her story would resonate with so many and lead to a New York Times best-selling book called, "Belonging: A Daughter's Search for Identity Through Love and Loss.” Michelle Miller joined CBS News in 2004. She has reported on stories of national and international importance. From presidential elections to the climate crisis, her area of coverage is wide-ranging, but her reporting around social justice has been particularly groundbreaking. From her coverage of the killings of George Floyd, Trayvon Martin, and Michael Brown, the Emanuel 9 Massacre in Charleston, to sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby, Russell Simmons, and Harvey Weinstein, Miller has been at the forefront of CBS News' coverage of the protest movement involving these issues. In this episode, Michelle shares insight into her book, ”Belonging: A Daughter's Search for Identity Through Love and Loss.” She shares how racism has affected her entire life. And she also shares how she found her confidence as a young reporter. It's a fascinating episode. Sh*t I Wish I Knew In My Twenties (SIWIKIMT) is a podcast dedicated to helping 20-somethings thrive in their twenties, not just survive. Host Debra Alfarone knows how tough being in your twenties can be. As a high-school dropout turned-network-TV-correspondent, she learned most of life's lessons the hard way. She overcame the odds and covered the White House for CBS News nationally. She now is the anchor of Local News Live for Gray Television and a National Correspondent. She's also a confidence coach for young women in the TV news industry. Connect with Michelle on IG at @MichelleMiller29 Drop your email at https://shitiwishiknew.link/GTFO to be the first to know about new episodes. Follow Debra on IG at https://www.instagram.com/debraalfarone/ and on TikTok at https://www.tiktok.com/@debraalfarone
GGACP celebrates the birthday of the late comedian, radio personality and Emmy-winning actor Jay Thomas (b. July 12, 1948) with this ENCORE of a hilarious interview from way back in 2014. In this episode, Jay talks about playing doomed hockey star Eddie LeBec on “Cheers” and tabloid talker Jerry Gold on “Murphy Brown” and shares some brutally candid anecdotes about everything from stealing Bill Cosby's jokes to getting kicked out of a “West Wing” audition to the world's worst cross-country flight. PLUS: Richard Dreyfuss! Cheech & Chong! Joe Piscopo runs afoul of the mob! Jay runs afoul of Rhea Perlman! Gilbert's opening act steals his material! And the Lone Ranger “rides” again! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, we interview award-winning investigative journalist turned author Nicki Weisensee Egan about the latest updates regarding Bill Cosby, including six women who have filed civil suits against Cosby in New York City, one woman filed in New Jersey, another in California and a further nine women in Nevada. Nicki wrote the book 'Chasing Cosby' and hosted the podcast of the same name.To be clear, in 2018 Bill Cosby was found guilty in a criminal court of law for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his home (three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault). He was sentenced to three to ten years. However, he was released after serving only two years in 2021. He was not exonerated. He was never acquitted. His release had everything to do with a bizarre pre-trial procedural interpretation that his lawyers were able to convince a Pennsylvania Supreme Court to agree with, something Jim weighs in on. Cosby's PR team and attorneys constantly try to spin the narrative on this. Laura reads out a communication Nicki received from Cosby's PR person, (which also references Laura) and you won't believe your ears on how he is desperately trying to re-write Cosby's history of sexual assault allegations. Join our discussion on why these new civil cases are important for holding Cosby accountable for his alleged actions. Bill Cosby has always denied any wrongdoing and all charges. Trigger warning: Listener discretion is advised.#RealCrimeProfile #Experts #Truecrime #Podcast #BillCosby #Accountability #WomenMatter #Survivors #SerialSexualAssault #VictimsMatter #ExpertAnalysis #Justice #StatuteofLimitationshttps://www.nicoleweisenseeegan.com/You can get Nicki's book herehttps://amzn.to/3NDG4RxYou can watch the interview Nicki gave to Dan Abrams herehttps://www.nicoleweisenseeegan.com/single-post/the-abrams-reportFollow us and continue the conversationOn Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/realcrimeprofile/?hl=enOn Twitterhttps://twitter.com/realcrimeprofilOn Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/realcrimeprofile/>>>>>>>>> SUPPORT OUR OTHER SHOWS
We continue our discussion with award winning investigative journalist Nicki Weisensee Egan on the ongoing legal battles surrounding Bill Cosby. Cosby and his lawyers continually try to gaslight and attack any victim who bravely comes forward to disclose their experience. We discuss the power imbalance and the high bar that victims have to pass to be believed. Nicki takes us through the complexities and nuances of the case and the importance of speaking out. Bill Cosby has always maintained his innocence of any wrongdoing or any charge.Trigger warning: Listener discretion is advised.#RealCrimeProfile #Experts #Truecrime #Podcast #BillCosby #Accountability #WomenMatter #Survivors #SerialSexualAssault #VictimsMatter #ExpertAnalysis #Justice #StatuteofLimitationshttps://www.nicoleweisenseeegan.com/You can get Nicki's book herehttps://amzn.to/3NDG4RxYou can watch the interview Nicki gave to Dan Abrams herehttps://www.nicoleweisenseeegan.com/single-post/the-abrams-reportFollow us and continue the conversationOn Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/realcrimeprofile/?hl=enOn Twitterhttps://twitter.com/realcrimeprofilOn Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/realcrimeprofile/>>>>>>>>> SUPPORT OUR OTHER SHOWS
The Scenario is returning this week but we wanted to drop a classic episode on you all. Darryl and Matt discuss Darryl meeting Oj Simpson on Father's Day. (7:58) Darryl meets OJ Simpson was memorable. (15:10) Reparations for college athletes. (19:08) Don't ask if someone is ready for marriage or kids. (25:11) Vaccination hesitancy is a concern. (30:41) R&B groups forming for profit. (37:40) Bill Cosby case mishandled, divisive. (38:09) Unfollowing on social media is insignificant. Join the SOLC Sports and Culture Group on Facebook https://bit.ly/3knCNbb Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org Hit the Voicemail at 641-715-3900 Ext. 769558 Follow SOLC Network online Instagram: https://bit.ly/39VL542 Twitter: https://bit.ly/39aL395 Facebook: https://bit.ly/3sQn7je To Listen to the podcast Podbean https://bit.ly/3t7SDJH YouTube http://bit.ly/3ouZqJU Spotify http://spoti.fi/3pwZZnJ Apple http://apple.co/39rwjD1 Stitcher http://bit.ly/3puGQ5P IHeartRadio http://ihr.fm/2L0A2y1
Today's Headlines: The Supreme Court upheld the Indian Child Welfare Act, which prioritizes Native American children's adoptions and foster care within their own communities. A National Guardsman, Jack Texeira, was indicted for leaking classified information. Michigan passed the Crown Act, banning hair discrimination. Nine women filed a lawsuit against Bill Cosby in Nevada under the state's lookback law. Donald Trump did not fulfill his promise to pay for everyone's food at a restaurant in Miami. Resources/Articles mentioned in this episode: https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2023/06/15/supreme-court-icwa-native-adoption/ https://www.nytimes.com/2023/06/15/us/politics/jack-teixeira-indicted-document-leaks.html https://www.nbcnews.com/news/nbcblk/michigan-bans-hairstyle-discrimination-workplaces-schools-rcna89605 https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2023/06/15/bill-cosby-nevada-sexual-assault/ https://www.miaminewtimes.com/restaurants/donald-trump-visits-versailles-cuban-restaurant-in-miami-after-federal-indictment-17198756 Morning Announcements is produced by Sami Sage alongside Amanda Duberman and Bridget Schwartz Edited by Grace Hernandez-Johnson Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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If you're looking for a show that thinks R Kelly was framed by the feds, Bill Cosby is completely innocent, and Jaguar Wright is credible, I recommend Hip Hop News Uncensored. What's the winning formula? Bring on batshit crazy guests and offer zero resistance to their nonsense. Trucker Andy joins the show to talk about how much of a crush he has on Jaguar. Then we have the first batch of Patty Pukewater song parodies. After that, Ed the Editor joins the show for our new Punching Sideways segment featuring a podcast called Star Wars in Character. Then Nasty Al joins to tell us his experience at Chad Zumock's standup show over the weekend. Cardiff received an email from the Zman that is literally illegal. Tommy from MSCS is still talking about space and aliens as if he isn't an expert. All that and Maribeth with reviews and To Catch An Alien. https://amicancelled.buzzsprout.com/ Support us, get bonus episodes, Vic and Hannah pics, and watch live every Saturday and most Wednesdays: http://bit.ly/watp-patreon https://watp.supercast.tech/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We have the homie Ktoe California sit in on the show. We talk about Young Buck selling his music catalog to settle his debt's, and is the woman suing Trey Songz on a money grab? We then go into the rise of ratchet woman in rap and why the change in the statute of limitations will result in a gang of accusations as it relates to Bill Cosby's latest allegation from a former Playboy model in which the alleged incident happened in 1969 and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Comedian and former peanut butter salesman, Greg Warren, joins Adam as they share their strong opinions on peanut butter. Adam compares the best PB&Js to the ones he had to eat as a child before they get into the problems with ‘Gonna Let Her in my Life' by John Travoilta and landau roofs. Next, actor Kevin Dillon talks to Adam about his new movie ‘Buddy Games: Spring Awakening'. Kevin gets into his time on ‘Entourage' and how Johnny Drama was a sensitive character before telling the story of how his brother Matt Dillon got his big break while cutting class in high school. Finally, Chris reports the news including: a grandfather losing weight from a 100-day McDonald's diet, Air New Zealand weighing passengers before they board the airplane, a teenager climbing the 6th Street bridge for a social media stunt falling to his death, and Bill Cosby facing new sexual assault lawsuits. PLUGS: Watch Kevin Dillon's movie ‘Buddy Games: Spring Awakening' available on digital and VOD Listen to Kevin Dillon's ‘Victory the Podcast' wherever you find podcasts And follow Kavin on Instagram, @KevinDillonOfficial Watch Greg Warren's new special ‘The Salesman' on YouTube See Greg Warren live: Myrtle Beach, SC - Comedy Cabana - June 6th to June 10th Greenville, SC - The Comedy Zone - June 23rd and June 24th Salt Lake City, UT - Wiseguys - June 30th and July 1st For more dates visit: GregWarrenComedy.com And follow Greg on Twitter, @GregWarren THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: Turo.com JustThriveHealth.com enter ADAM Download the Viator app and use code VIATOR10 ForThePeople.com/ADAM or dial #529 The Jordan Harbinger Show Angi.com OReillyAuto.com
Gary and Mark connect for their Sunday tradition as they look at the recent guilty verdict against Danny Masterson and his possible avenues for appeal and a new lawsuit against Bill Cosby dating back to the late 1960s. They also look at a few different lawsuits involving Disney as well as a new video posted on social media from Andrew Tate. Watch Beyond A Reasonable Doubt and all Reasonable Doubt video content on YouTube exclusively at YouTube.com/ReasonableDoubtPodcast and subscribe while you're there.