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Side Hustle School
#1968 - Q&A: “I'm trying to sell tickets to a Mexican version of Bingo…”

Side Hustle School

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 6:29


A caller from Mexico City is starting a Lotería, a Mexican version of Bingo. How can she get people to buy tickets?    Side Hustle School features a new episode EVERY DAY, featuring detailed case studies of people who earn extra money without quitting their job. This year, the show includes free guided lessons and listener Q&A several days each week. Show notes: SideHustleSchool.com Email: team@sidehustleschool.com Be on the show: SideHustleSchool.com/questions Connect on Twitter: @chrisguillebeau Connect on Instagram: @193countries Visit Chris's main site: ChrisGuillebeau.com If you're enjoying the show, please pass it along! It's free and has been published every single day since January 1, 2017. We're also very grateful for your five-star ratings—it shows that people are listening and looking forward to new episodes.

The Hammerbarn Project
K9 NEWS: Season 3.5 coming soon!

The Hammerbarn Project

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 5:20


BREAKING NEWS! You've seen it on all the socials, now let us talk about the hot news about new Season 3 episodes arriving soon!

The Doug Stanhope Podcast
DSP Ep. 491: "Does Doug Pay Better Than Improv?"

The Doug Stanhope Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 66:02


Doug sits down with Art Director KD Arts (Creager) to discuss moving pictures, discovering a shower cam and improv. Check out the Man Show clip "Ill Suiters" here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBK4I6hm5l8  Recorded May 9th, 2022 at the FunHouse in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), KD Arts, Bingo (@bingobingaman), Tracey (@egglester), and Ggreg Chaille (@gregchaille). Produced and Edited by Chaille. Doug's new book, "No Encore For The Donkey" available exclusively at Audible.com - https://amzn.to/31uwvO0 We have no idea what the future holds so get on the Mailing List at https://www.dougstanhope.com/. When we know, we'll let you know. LINKS BetterHelp.com- Get 10% off your first month by visiting our sponsor at BetterHELP.com/stanhope. Policygenius.com - Head to policygenius.comto get your free life insurance quotes and see how much you could save. Helix Sleep - Find your perfect mattress at HelixSleep.com/stanhope - Helix is offering UP TO $200 off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners. Find your perfect mattress at HelixSleep.com/stanhope. The World Record Podcast - The World Record Podcast is the third and final award winning podcast created and hosted by Brendon Walsh setting the World Record for the funniest podcast in existence. - https://allthingscomedy.com/podcast/world-record-podcast Stay in the loop with the ISSUES WITH ANDY podcast featuring Andy Andrist, Brett Erickson, Chad Shank and Chaille. New episode every Friday - https://www.patreon.com/issueswithandy Need more Chaille? Check out Mix Tape Time Machine Podcast with John Norris, Matt Collins and Ggreg Chaille - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mix-tape-time-machine-podcast/id1554596023 It's FREE to join Chad on his Twitch Channel. Go the Chad's Twitter page where he has pinned a tweet with instructions - https://twitter.com/hdfatty Visit the Stanhope Store - http://www.dougstanhope.com/store/ Closing song, “The Stanhope Rag”, written and performed by Scotty Conant for Doug Stanhope and used with permission – Available on Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/scottyconant Photo Credit - Chaille Support the show: http://www.Patreon.com/stanhopepodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Craft Cook Read Repeat
It's not me, it's Mercury

Craft Cook Read Repeat

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 57:23


Episode 90 May 12, 2022 On the Needles 2:28 ALL KNITTING LINKS GO TO RAVELRY UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.  Please visit our Instagram page @craftcookreadrepeat for non-Rav photos and info     Kensington Tote Bag by Toni Lipsey, Lion Brand Yarns Wool Ease Thick & Quick in Air Force and Toasted Almond– DONE!!   Katrinkles made in california labels   Elfe by Astrid Schramm, Cloudborn Fibers Highland Superwash Sock Twist in Ocean and Dolphin Blue–DONE!!   Helix Cowl by Andrea Rangel, KnitCircus Greatest of Ease in Quoth the Raven and Impressionist Best Friend   OMG Heel Socks by Megan Williams, Knit Picks Felici fingering in Bayou   Rock It Tee by Tanis Lavallee, Neighborhood fiber co rustic fingering in One First St NE & loft (mohair & silk lace) in Upton     Shawlography by Stephen West Lisa Souza SAWK in "green jay" Louie & Lola fingering in "pacific" Oink Targhee Sock in "eye of the tiger" Oink Targhee Sock in "in the navy" Oink Targhee Sock in "random carp" Malabrigo Sock in "fuchsia" I survived the welts, and bobbles!   On the Easel 14:14 The Bird Watcher's—perhaps a chapbook? Pigeons   Non-easel, but crafty non-the-less: Corsages for Prom AMAZING sewing workshop by Mariah Pattie On the Table 21:11   Crispy Cheese Chicken Tacos with Avocado Cilantro Sauce. - Half Baked Harvest   Roast chicken with onion gravy from Simply Julia   Dad's Baked Tacos from Half Baked Harvest Everyday Creamy Herb Chicken  Melt in Your Mouth Chicken Frozen yogurt & berry wafers On the Nightstand 33:54 We are now a Bookshop.org affiliate!  You can visit our shop to find books we've talked about or click on the links below.  The books are supplied by local independent bookstores and a percentage goes to us at no cost to you!   Who Gets In and Why: a year inside college admissions by Jeffery J. Selingo  Craft: An American History by Glenn Adamson The Last Wild Horses by Maja Lunde, trans by Diana Oatley (audio)  The Consuming Fire by John Scalzi Kaiju Preservation Society by John Scalzi A Master of Djinn by P. Djèlí Clark   Thousand Steps into Night by Traci Chee  Lost Book of Adana Moreau by Michael Zapata Sea of Tranquility by Emily St. John Mandel The Birdwatcher by William Shaw Birds in Fall by Brad Kessler Bingo 53:47 Starts friday evening may 27, ends Mon Sept 5 Need to post a photo of completed Bingo with #CCRRsummerbingo2022 to instagram or Ravelry

The Weekend Whassup
Sheboygan Area Weekend Whassup - 5-20-2022

The Weekend Whassup

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 1:55


The Weekend Whassup for Friday, 5/20/2022! The Point keeps you connected to the top 9 things happening around Sheboygan! Shout out to the other radio station that uses this events listing for their own benefit. Thanks for listening! It's SVRA Vintage Festival Weekend at Elkhart Lake's Road America. Be there as they kick off their action-packed season with three days full of hundreds of race cars from decades gone by! https://www.roadamerica.com/svra-vintage-festival-weekend  The Sheboygan Theater Company Presents: Seussical, The Musical with showtimes through this weekend at Horace Mann Middle School in Sheboygan! https://wxerfm.com/events/319724/  Sheboygan A's 5K Home Run/Walk is tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 8 at Wildwood Baseball Park in Sheboygan! The 5K is a fund-raiser that benefits the Sheboygan Athletic Club! https://5k.sheboyganbaseball.org/  The Sheboygan County Historical Society and Museum invites you to Marvelocity: The Art of Alex Ross celebrating one of the greatest artists in the field of comic books. Now - June 25th. https://sheboyganmuseum.org/event/marvelocity-the-art-of-alex-ross/ Explore the dunes at Kohler-Andrae State Park, tomorrow (Saturday) at 1:30. Enjoy an excursion along the cord walk. Learn about the dunes, plants, birds, bugs and other animals that live in this harsh, yet fragile, environment.  The hike is about 3 miles. https://bit.ly/3lcUr14  The Blind Horse Winery in Kohler kicks off their patio season this weekend with their Blues and WineFest weekend. Live blues music! https://bit.ly/3NeJ4Sm  The Cascade Fire Department is hosting a fundraiser at the new fire hall tomorrow (Saturday)! Brat Fry 11 to 6, Car / Bike show noon to 330, Bingo, music and meat raffles! https://www.facebook.com/events/339900734907377  Enjoy an evening at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center exploring reimagined ways of being in our world. Tomorrow night (Saturday) from 7-9. Conversation, appetizers, cash bar, and music! Celebrate the launch of the Ways of Being exhibitions. https://wxerfm.com/events/323177/  Plymouth Dirt Track Racing's action packed season continues tomorrow (Saturday) night at the fairgrounds in Plymouth! Pits at 2. Racing after 5! Weather permitting! http://www.plymouthdtr.com/schedule.html  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Swyx Mixtape
What is Web3? [Alex Danco] (EXPLICIT)

The Swyx Mixtape

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 10:55


Listen to Infinite Loops: https://www.infiniteloopspodcast.com/alex-danco-what-is-web-30-all-about-ep95/ (37mins in)TranscriptAlex Danco:Yeah. So one of the cool things is that, I can say this from a vantage point at Shopify, is that all of this isfairly obvious to us and it's not because we're smart people, it's because when your whole life is workingwith merchants, it's like, these are merchants whose job is not terribly dissimilar from musicians. It'screate meaning, create community, create a reason to come back and talk to each other, and thereforeproducts get sold because of that underlying meeting. It's like, no, shit, that's what this is for. This iswhat we already were doing, this isn't new, this is kind of like it just makes a lot of sense.Jim O'Shaughnessy:Right. And it's repackaged and it gives the tool to greater extend the reach. But yes, I agree with you.Alex Danco:So, hey, we should NFT this conversation and sell it, and then if you buy this NFT, you'll become the onlyperson who gets to understand what NFTs are for. You have the exclusive rights to it, everybody elsegets to be wrong.Jim O'Shaughnessy:Everyone else is wrong.Alex Danco:Unless somebody right clicks and saves the audio file of our podcast, in which case they have stolen itfrom you.Jim O'Shaughnessy:Yes. And you're fucked.Alex Danco:Good luck to you. Sorry for your loss. Sorry, you got hacked.Jim O'Shaughnessy:Well, this leads into Web3, because I was very eager to hear you do a bit on Web3, it's like so much stuffis being written, talked about, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. What are your thoughts?Alex Danco:I mean, to some degree, I think it's like being able to draw a precise box around Web3 is a little sillybecause it's like there's just the web and it's all these cool tools. And certainly at Shopify, our job, I meanon the blockchain team and also generally is not to give merchants the best of Web3, as opposed toWeb2, our job is to give them good things that help them.Jim O'Shaughnessy:Exactly.Alex Danco:And it's like if you want to draw a box around this bunch of stuff that's Web3, fine. However, in anattempt to not be sarcastic and actually answer your question correctly, here is I think a good way tothink about what Web3 is. So if you go back to this whole idea of, okay, there are these things calledblockchains, what is the point to them? What do they do? Why do we care about them? It's like, okay,what is the blockchain? A blockchain is a new kind of network computer that is designed around a reallyinteresting set of constraints.And the constraints are very expensive and but they do something really interesting, which isthey allow for a bunch of people to create this shared state that everybody can agree on the inputs andeverybody could agree on the rules. And it's very, very constrained in how you're able to modify thisstate, but everybody can agree on what has been done. And different blockchains have different rules,the rules of Bitcoin are different from the rules of Ethereum or different from the rules of flowblockchain or polygon, any of those things. But ultimately you create this shared bit of state that cangrow in ways that are very, very constrained, but are highly observable and agreed upon.So what is the point of that? Who the fuck cares, what is this for? Well, what's interesting aboutthis is that this creates this new format for something that you can call code that can makecommitments. What does that mean? Well, it means that you can submit some code to this that willrun, and once it's running, you can actually trust that it will run in a fairly deterministic way,independent of any of the actors involved. So long as you trust that Ethereum will exist, then you canexpect that this smart contract will behave in a certain way. It's code that can make commitments, that'sneat. Well, what's the point of that?Well, what's really interesting about code that can make commitments is that it makes possiblea new setting for running certain kinds of applications. Well, what are those certain kinds ofapplications? It's like, well, it's a new setting for whether, it's like developers to go create little instancesof rules that will follow those codes that can make commitments. And that might have some value topeople, both because of the inherent work that they do, but also because of the shared state that theydo it in. Again, going back to this, well, there's a shared meaning and that has some interesting value,and if you're also participating in this, then that's really cool.And I'm sort of building and building there, but what ultimately that makes possible, and reallyit's like it took us the better part of a decade to actually really settle on this as the atomic unit of what'sthe point of this is wallets. We had all these false starts with crypto about how regular people couldthink about what the atomic unit of it was. Like, is the atomic unit the coins? It's like, well, yes, but thenlargely what you think of what you're doing is speculating. Is the atomic unit like network and ICOs as away of bootstrapping a certain thing? It's like, oh, maybe, if what you think of what you're trying to do isvarious kinds of incentive design and whatever.But ultimately now I think we're sort of at this point that largely actually mimics the beginning ofthe internet and the web where it's like there was 10 years of web before the web browser where it wasvery hard to actually do anything with it. And then the browser came along, it was like, ah, okay, now Ican actually do stuff. Same thing with wallets, I mean, wallets have existed since the beginning ofblockchain. It's literally just like an address and then a key that you sign with to show you're you, but it'slike it wasn't until I want to say Metamask is the first sort of modern wallet that let you actually dothings.And now these modern wallets, like Rainbow that are amazing where you're like, "Oh my God, Iget it." The point of this is for me to be able to say, "Hey, this is a way for me to do informed consent forthings where you know it's me consenting because of the blockchain in the back being you know it's me,and you know it's informed because of what is basically called, if you ever interacted with this, it's like,sign this message. Sign this message to inform consent to X. And it can only be you because it gets all goback to, so the point of the blockchain is so that why wallets can do informed consenting to things andthe wallets can do informed consent that has meaning because of the shared state that's in theblockchain back.So pause for a second. Now what on earth is that good for, if again, this is only useful in thissuper slow, clunky Web3 environment that doesn't actually have any real work it's doing yet? It's like,well, now you can go back and you can say, "Okay, well now we can think about this web space full ofweb apps and full of databases and applications and abstractions about what's in those databases andAPIs through which you can access them and then applications that build on top of them and then userswho use this applications. And it's like, all of that web stuff can still exist, just now bookended with thesetwo very strong concepts of the wallet and informed consent and removable informed consent.I can take it with me, I can remove my consent from somewhere and add it to somewhere else.This is all the idea of how Unfollow is the most important button on Twitter? Remove Wallet is the mostimportant button in Web3, it's like you can just leave and go somewhere else. But again, it's like you now have this whole set of web stuff that can now do work, except for when it's bookended by thesestrong forces at the ends of this shared state on one side, on a blockchain and wallets and your keys thatyou sign with, and only you sign with on the other hand. All of a sudden this radically, it's not like itrequires you to rewrite the internet from scratch, it doesn't and that's important.It sort of rechanges a lot of the relationships between those things and what is strong and whatis weak and what is powerful and what is not. And most importantly, it changes where the switchingcosts are. And that changes everything about how the internet actually works because I've explained toso many people, I explained them to this whole idea of, I tell people, "Imagine a merchant storefront,and you can just connect your wallet. And because of what's in your wallet, now all of a sudden, thestorefront reacts to you. You get special discounts, you get special this, you get special that."And they're like, "How is that different from login with Facebook? Isn't it the same thing? Isn't itjust now like login with Metamask. Doesn't Metamask now be the owner?" It's like Metamask is just likeUX. Metamask, it's your key pair that is associated with the thing. That's very, very hard for people tounderstand. The fact that all the stuff is in public is just associated with you and this thing you have,which is just a string of numbers, numbers of letters, it's just literally like a password, like a seed phrasethat you have, that is this big key to all of this that you can remove and add and remove and add and dowhat you like.And it doesn't change what any of the stuff in the middle does, that's still all these webcomponents and we can still do stuff, but it changes the degree to which you have switching costs,navigating around it, and therefore what people can get away with. Like, what actually are the powerdynamics along these sets of things. And so specifically, actually, this is all very abstract, let me give youa specific example here, which is, right now, you have all these, so there is this NFT collection called theBored Ape Yacht Club, which is one of the most famous/infamous NFT collections, because it has allthese celebrities in it and all these crypto bros.And to a lot of people, they kind of represent the most distasteful, it's high pro behavior. BoredApe does ultra pro behavior and it's one of the richest NFT sets. And these people because they're theseidiots, a lot of them are constantly getting hacked and getting their NFT stolen from them for variousreasons. And so there's this big thing of, oh, go to Opensea and have them freeze the NFT. And so youmight say, "Well, this is crypto. You can't freeze an NFT. It's on the blockchain now. It's like, whoeverowns it now really owns it." It's like, okay, well, what Opensea can do is it can go to any of the...Opensea can say, "Okay, well, we're just going to take that particular smart contract and token ID andsay, 'well, that is not going to appear in any more Opensea search results, you can burn from this thing."So you might cry foul and be like, "Oh my God, wait a minute. This is just central law, what's thepoint of all this? If somebody in the middle can just turn it off, what on earth is the point about this? Thisgets to a really big, important aspect of this, which is that Web3 doesn't mean un-censorable, it doesn'tmean ultimate, it doesn't mean nobody can do anything. It just means it is relatively different. Thepower of what you have versus what you don't have is relatively shifted towards your ability to justmove to another NFT marketplace. You can just move your wallet to somewhere else and maybe ifthey're not censoring it, then you show up there. The thing you fundamentally own, the meaning isalways there.Now other people might decide to not recognize it, that's what censorship is. That's realcensorship and you can never stop that. If everybody agrees to ignore you, that's actually somethingthat nothing can stop, but it doesn't mean that you don't have the original thing, which is that key pairassociated with your ID, this is maybe significantly going into the abstract cloud. But to me, to get backto your original question, though, of what is Web3? It's like Web3 is basically Web2, plus these twobooklets of the blockchain, plus the wallet that give you this web ability to take your informed consent with you and take your idea association with this meaning around with you, such that your freedom tomove is significantly increased. That's Web3. And so Web3 is the set of apps and behavior and stuff thatemerges in this new understanding about your ability to move around. That's Web3.Jim O'Shaughnessy:Bingo. Bingo.Alex Danco:Is that what you wanted?Jim O'Shaughnessy:Yeah, it is exactly what I wanted because, and I put very, very succinctly because that isAlex Danco:I wasn't succinct, that took 10 minutes, but you just take the last 30 seconds, get rid of all the crap at thebeginning.Jim O'Shaughnessy:Succinct for you, Alex. B

Steve reads his Blog
It's Time for a New Services Model for Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform

Steve reads his Blog

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 7:26


About seven years ago we pioneered the "Support by Blocks" model, and it has served our Forceworks clients and us well. But thanks to Microsoft, it is time for a whole new model for Dynamics 365 and Power Platform Support and Services. Let's unpack this one. The Challenge Let's be honest, no business application you can buy will serve your needs as delivered. Any of them will require some modifications to fit your goals. Fortunately, you have many Microsoft Business Applications partners to assist you with this, including my company Forceworks. This is not new; customizing business applications has been around as long as business applications have been around. For a small organization, you may only have to invest a few bucks to get things where you want; enterprise customers often invest six or seven figures to get things right. It is not a small industry that I am in. It is precisely this high cost that has led Microsoft to invest so much into low-no-code technologies. How many more customers could Microsoft have if this "startup cost" was significantly reduced? More on that in a minute. Models There are quite a few engagement models available from different partners. The old "Fixed-Price based on your Requirements" has fallen out of favor, and for good reasons. Scope creep is a common one, but customers, thinking that competitive bidding got them the best price were often surprised at how much the bids came in at—typically ranging from 25-50% higher than what Time and Materials may have cost. Partner risk padding has probably run off many customers, But as I said, few partners even offer this model today. The most prevalent model is the Time and Materials model, which may be based on an estimate. But Scope Creep rears its head just as often there, the difference being that the customer assumes the risk. Still, this usually works out cheaper than what a "Risk-Adjusted" Fixed Price would have been. Blocks Several years ago, we pioneered a variation on the Time and Materials model called "Support by Blocks". In that model, the customer pre-purchased blocks of time, like 80 hours, for example, for a single blended rate that was discounted for their pre-payment. These hours would be consumed by anyone on our team, developers, analysts, consultants, etc., to meet customer requests until the block was depleted. It was a better model for both the customer and us than traditional Time and Materials and has served us well for many years. The downside was that some customers became too focused on the hours, often hoarding them to stave off having to buy more. This also meant that they would never reach the full potential of what these solutions could achieve for them. It was understandable but frustrating for me to know what "could be". It often triggered their "we'll take it from here" reflex when a block was depleted. This always meant the end of the line for any hope of exploiting the full potential for their business. They were obliviously missing out on dollars to save pennies. Is it Time? I have had this idea in my head for many years about an "All-You-Can-Eat" subscription model to eliminate scope and hours from the equation. But to not go broke, you would have to either charge an astronomical amount or exclude the development work. And each time I had looked in the past, there was still way too much development work, relegating any Subscription to just Support. But in the meantime, Microsoft has continued to advance the low-no-code platform, and I was noticing the utilization of our code-writing developers was falling, and developers are some of the highest paid people in a partner organization. To confirm my thinking, we analyzed our customers over the last 18 months, and sure enough, the level of actual code development had continued to drop. In fact, in the previous 12 months, less than five percent of our customers needed any actual code development at all. Bingo! "The Works from Forceworks" I could not wait to take this new information and finally build the model I had been thinking about for years... so I did. "The Works" is that all-inclusive model with unlimited everything except code. One challenge is making sure a prospective customer understands what "Code" means. They seem to feel that anything they could not figure out themselves must be "Code" and fear that anytime they open their mouth, the "Code Alarm" will go off. But our analysis says that is not the case. And frankly, the way you make money on a "Service as a Subscription" is over time, so renewals are far more important than some quick buck made from the code alarm. If that "Code Alarm" goes off too often, or possibly even once, the renewal is at risk. Again, this model would not have been viable even two years ago, so I have to give Microsoft a big hug. The Big Gulp A model like this is not without its risks for us. For one thing, our primary competition was not other partners but rather customers thinking about hiring someone internally. While these people are not easy to find, the thought that they could be found limits what a customer would pay, and it would have to be less than an internal salary. We went with an extensive list of unlimited services, starting from and including deployment(s). There were some heated conversations internally about what could be realistically offered on an unlimited basis for a fixed monthly cost. Still, I pushed for the max, and I happen to own the company. The service does have a one-year term to prevent someone from maxing out capacity in the first month and then canceling. Resellers To work financially, we need scale in both customers and people for a model like this. We had dabbled with some resellers with our "Support by Blocks" model, but I was not happy with the results, both for us and the end customers. Adding a third party in the middle created conflicts. But this new model is perfect for resellers, who are all looking for a recurring revenue component that they can bolt onto their existing billing arrangements with their customers. And since it is "scopeless" and "unlimited", there really is no reason for conflicts. Summary It is early days, but we have already transitioned most of our current customers to this new model and have started onboarding new ones. So, the customer verdict seems to be in on the value proposition. I expect to be underwater for a while financially as we scale up, but I was prepared for that. I am "Betting the Farm" as they say. We are firmly planted in the battle for the limited talent, but even those folks seem to like this model, so I am not too worried about that. In fact, I have another idea for that, but I will let you in on that a little later :) Those of you who know me know that I am not afraid to try new business models, and so far, each one has been better than the last, and I feel stronger about this one than any other. Wish me luck!  

Obsession: Bluey
Bluey: Season 1 Recap

Obsession: Bluey

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 111:31


We've finished season 1! Now were recapping everything that happened, testing my Bluey knowledge, and talking about the best moments in season 1.

REFERRALS PODCAST
243 BINGO! How This Cold Weather Realtor Got Red Hot Referrals Before his Competition with Michael J Maher and Chris Fritch

REFERRALS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 44:06


Episode: 243 Title: BINGO - How This Cold Weather Realtor Got Red Hot Referrals Before his Competition Host: Michael J. Maher Guest: Chris Fritch Description: This episode is dedicated to the execution of a fun client event that led to deeper client connections and plenty of referrals. (7L) Referral Strategies and Podcast Topics: Events, Event Mastery, Ambassadors Special Offer: Want to learn the step by step process to throw your own client event? Register now at EventMastery.com as classes start mid June!

Frown Town
Ep. 115 - And Bingo Was The Crime-O ft. EmpeROAR Fabulous

Frown Town

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 60:04


Welcome back to Frown Town! This week, Vee and J are joined by the amazing singer, burlesque performer, and emcee EmpeROAR Fabulous to talk about legal vs illegal gambling and how running a show that involves a raffle or bingo can end in a felony! Special Guest: EmpeROAR Fabulous Instagram: @EmpeROARFabulous Website: www.emperoarfabulous.com Relevant Links Legal vs Illegal Gambling - https://www.hg.org/legal-articles/legal-gambling-vs-illegal-gambling-49748 Bingo - Is It Considered Gambling - https://www.hg.org/legal-articles/bingo-is-it-considered-gambling-50400 That Drag Queen Charity Bingo Is So Dangerous, It's a Felony - https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/that-drag-queen-charity-bingo-is-so-dangerous-its-a-felony/ Legal Bingo Becomes Big-Time Gambling - https://www.oklahoman.com/story/news/1985/04/07/legal-bingo-becomes-big-time-gambling/62768094007/ First Circuit Narrows Scope of the Wire Act, Reversing Office of Legal Counsel Opinion - https://www.gibsondunn.com/first-circuit-narrows-scope-of-the-wire-act-reversing-office-of-legal-counsel-opinion/

von der Ersatzbank
#323 GOALS DNA-System, TOTS Rewards & FIFA 22 in PS+

von der Ersatzbank

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 40:43


Kurze Folge, gute Folge. Das TOTS ist mit der Premier League offiziell gestartet und Mero und Mo diskutieren, was sich lohnt. Es gab natürlich wieder Probleme mit den Rewards, anschließend auch mit der Laufzeit der Weekend League. Dazu passiert mal wieder ein Treffer im Bingo! Das Team of the Week erreicht den Tiefpunkt, ohne einen Spieler mit 88+. Apropos Plus, FIFA 22 ist diesen Monat für alle PS+ Spieler verfügbar. Wird das krass in der TOTS-Zeit?

Quest Fantastic
Episode 10. To Catch A Van Man

Quest Fantastic

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 58:43


With a roaring game of Catch The Van Man sprung on them by the presumptuous Jimmy Vonbehlon and his existentially troubling dog Bingo, the JLF must murder them successfully before they can continue their grand quest to save obtuse old friend from stinky jail. To dust off a common thought on this journey: hope they don't die!If you love the show, you can be the lungs squelching merrily away in our bodies, safe behind centimetres of opaque skin by sharing us with a friend, leaving us a review on your favourite podcatcher and getting in touch via any of the links below!https://twitter.com/questfantastichttps://www.facebook.com/questfantasticQuest Fantastic (@questfantastic) • InstagramJen has been working super hard on transcribing our episodes! You can find them here:Episode Transcripts – Quest Fantastic (wordpress.com)Sara and Jen run the queer actual play podcast Roll + Heart, which you can check out here: https://twitter.com/RollPlusHearthttps://facebook.com/rollplusheartSara works on all the art for the podcast and you can find her here:https://twitter.com/PenguinPanicPaul Salt is a wonderful film critic who podcasts and reviews here:https://screenmayhem.com/author/paul-salt/Jen and the Film CriticIf you like psytrance, Goodman's EP 'Future Music' is out now on Yokshaa Records! Find your streaming/purchasing app here: Future Music by Run//Phase (songwhip.com)And the Pauls cohost the podcast One Good Thing, where they find good things in bad movies! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Matrix Assassins
We the People Radio and Sh33pn0m0r3 Enter the Chat

Matrix Assassins

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 109:01


#44: Step into the game with the MA girls for a political conversation covering the latest current events with the OG digital soldiers: James from We The People Radio and Vance, the man behind the account Sh33pn0m0r3. You can check out We The People Radio Podcast, which helps sift through the lies of the main stream media (MSM) and uncovers the lies meant to deceive and control us. Then head over to SH33PN0M0R3 TH3 P0DC4ST, an audio safe space for truth seekers, truth speakers, freedom fighters, risk takers, and fake news media narrative breakers.  Some topics discussed include:Current events, politics, civil discourse, shadow banning, cancel culture, leaked emails, recent document release, bio weapons, Roe v. Wade, pro-choice/pro-life, riot season, 2000 Mules, conservative movement, establishment conservatives, anti-human agenda, population control, clinical trials, infertility, fires at food manufacturing plants, Beyond Meat, GMOs, bug protein, pedophile rings, first red pills, search for truth, 9/11, secret societies, Bill Cooper, Alex Jones, the Internet as the great equalizer, censorship, Hunter Biden's laptop, Disinformation Governance Board, Internet blackout, Ukraine, propaganda, Durham, fog of war, food shortages, Federal Reserve, central bank, Crypto, Blockchain technology driving next step in human evolution, crypto regulation, inflation, Bitcoin, privacy coins, secured party creditor, Robert Dunlap, trust law, word magic, metacoin, Bingo culture, preparing for what's to come, and so much more. This episode is brought to you by Blushield– USE CODE MATRIX for 10% OFFThis episode is brought to you by Coffee Conspiracy Co.– USE CODE MATRIX15 for 15% OFF This episode is brought to you by Primal Alchemy - USE CODE "MATRIX10" FOR 10% OFF  This episode is brought to you by Berkey Water Filters. Use our LINK for 15% off  or use code "Matrix" You can find James / We The People Radio on Instagram HEREYou can find James / We The People Radio Website HEREYou can find Vance / Sh33pn0m0r3 on Instagram HEREYou can find Vance / Sh33pn0m0r3's Website HERECHECK OUT OUR MERCH AND WEBSITE HEREPURCHASE THE TRINITY HYDRO PACK HEREThank you for stepping into the game with us!To Connect with Us on Instagram click HERETo Connect with Us on Twitter click HERETo Connect with VLOW click HERETo Connect with Nicole click HERELINKTREESPOTIFY PLAYLIST

Rivertales: A Riverdale Podcast
6.13 - “Dooweast”

Rivertales: A Riverdale Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 47:32


In this episode we talk about how logic wins, Bingo not fulfilling Archie's happiness, looking up Percival/Kevin content, plot holes involving library books, Percival's time traveling powers, the return of Crispy Jason, Betty using essential oils to clean her bathroom, and Glee having the best classical music.

Marley Media's                  Unfiltered Broadcast

Episode 621

Ash Said It® Daily
Grecian Gyro Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Ash Said It® Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 6:22


OPA! Grecian Gyro, founded by Nick Koulouris, is celebrating 40 years as the home of “Atlanta's Best Gyro” and as a staple in the Atlanta community this month. With May 24th officially marking Grecian Gyro's 40th anniversary, it's the perfect time to honor the concept's history with throwback pricing, new menu items, community activations, and events throughout the rest of the year at all seven of their metro-Atlanta locations including Dunwoody, Forest Park, Hapeville, Johns Creek, Snellville, Tucker and Midtown. Grecian Gyro's anniversary specials and promotions include: Throwback to 1982 Pricing - On Tuesday, May 24th, patrons will be able to enjoy a classic gyro at the original 1982 price of $2.10. Available for dine-in and in person take-out. (Gyros only and while supplies list) Commemorative Cups - 20-oz Grecian Gyro anniversary stadium cups will be available for $3, including the first drink. Customers who bring their cups back will receive free drink refills for the remainder of 2022. Wrap of the Month - As a tribute to Nick, this month's wrap is his go-to favorite souvlaki wrap with feta cheese. Featuring grilled pita stuffed with marinated and grilled pork tenderloin, onions, tomatoes and topped with his famous Grecian sauce. Available for $8.25 through Saturday, May 28th. Give Back to the Atlanta Community Food Bank - As a thank you to the city that has supported Grecian Gyro over the decades, the restaurant will be selecting various charities throughout the year to give back to. In May, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Atlanta Community Food Bank to help our neighbors struggling with hunger this summer and let them know they are not alone. Waterworks Playscape Grand Opening - On Saturday, May 14th, join Grecian Gyro for some food, fun, music, and more at the community grand opening of the Playscape. The Waterworks Greenspace in West Midtown has also been a passion project of the Grecian Gyro family for more than ten years. Nick's son George is one of the founding members of the Friends of Atlanta Waterworks Park. Family Wrap Meal - Feed the family Greek style with this anniversary combo featuring four wraps, a shareable salad and famous potatoes, and plenty of Nick's Grecian sauce and dressing to go around. Available for $40 through Saturday, May 28th. Bingo with Grecian Gyro - Customers can pick up a bingo card at any Grecian Gyro location to play for a chance to win free sides, wraps and a month of free gyros. One card per customer and valid through December 31st. Follow Grecian Gyro on social media for additional anniversary specials, exclusive 40th merchandise giveaways and more happening throughout the year. To learn more about Grecian Gyro, please visit www.greciangyro.com. ABOUT GRECIAN GYRO Grecian Gyro is a family-owned, fast-casual restaurant founded by Nick Koulouris in 1982. With $50 in his pocket, a dream in his heart and his secret sauce recipe locked tightly in his head, Nick opened his first restaurant in Hapeville, Georgia, with the goal of delivering the best gyros and Greek food reminiscent of what he grew up enjoying as a young man in Kalamata, Greece. Focusing on family traditions and food, the authentic Greek eatery features classic flavors and modern Mediterranean delights with staples including handcrafted wraps with their homemade Nick's Grecian sauce, potatoes, vegetarian entrees and baklava for dessert. Grecian Gyro has continued to grow with Nick's two sons, George and Pano, expanding upon their father's dream to seven locations including Dunwoody, Forest Park, Hapeville, Johns Creek, Snellville, Tucker, and Midtown with catering available across metro Atlanta. For more information, please visit www.greciangyro.com or follow the conversation on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. About the show: ► Website: http://www.ashsaidit.com ► For $5 in ride credit, download the Lyft app using my referral link: https://www.lyft.com/ici/ASH584216 ► Review Us: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ash-said-it/id1144197789 ► SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://www.youtube.com/c/AshSaidItSuwanee ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/1loveash ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ashsaidit ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/1loveAsh ► Blog: http://www.ashsaidit.com/blog ► Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/1LoveAsh/ #atlanta #ashsaidit #ashsaidthat #ashblogsit #ashsaidit® Ash Brown is a gifted American producer, blogger, speaker, media personality and event emcee. The blog on AshSaidit.com showcases exclusive event invites, product reviews and so much more. Her motivational podcast "Ash Said It Daily" is available on major media platforms such as iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio & Google Podcasts. This program has over half a million streams worldwide. She uses these mediums to motivate & encourage her audience in the most powerful way. She keeps it real!

THE MUDBLOOD PODCAST
MUDBLOOD 52: BINGO DITTIES

THE MUDBLOOD PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 53:42


Alan Jones Daily Comments
EPA takes on waste company behind western Sydney's big stink

Alan Jones Daily Comments

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 4:17


The Environment Protection Authority is taking legal action against a Bingo company in the Land and Environment Court. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ben Fordham: Highlights
EPA takes on waste company behind western Sydney's big stink

Ben Fordham: Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 4:17


The Environment Protection Authority is taking legal action against a Bingo company in the Land and Environment Court. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Stryker & Klein
Human Bingo

Stryker & Klein

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 4:46


CLIP: We're looking for people who had sex with their teacher and people who been locked up abroad 

Stryker & Klein
Human Bingo, 5-10-20 and MORE

Stryker & Klein

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 28:23


It's the 7am PODCAST!

Billieve: a Buffalo Rumblings Podcast
NABP | Schedule Bingo, Quotes with Pat, and can anyone emulate the Bills rebuild?

Billieve: a Buffalo Rumblings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 39:36


This week on Not Another Buffalo Podcast, Pat, Jon & Brando discuss some of the schedule leaks that have come in so far, including the Bills' Monday Night Football matchup Week 2 against the Tennessee Titans. With some stories coming out around the league that other teams are looking to emulate the Bills' rebuild, the guys debate whether or not that's realistic, not to mention whether or not coaches and GMs are given enough time to do so. Would the Bills' rebuild have been as successful if the team had not made the playoffs in year one? Inevitably there would have been increased pressure to win in year two, possibly at the expense of the future. Plus, a Quotes with Pat segment that centers around some of the greatest quarterback controversies in NFL history. Music from the Show Find us on Twitter @NotBuffPodcast Subscribe to the Buffalo Rumblings podcast channel featuring Billieve, Buffalo Rumblings Q&A, Breaking Buffalo Rumblings, Code of Conduct with J. Spence, The Bruce Exclusive, The Buff Hub, Jamie D. & Big Newt, The Overreaction Podcast, Food For Thought, The Chop Up, Hump Day Hotline, Off Tackle with John Fina, Bills Mafia Time 2 Shine, Intentional Grounding, Not Another Buffalo Podcast, Buffalo Nerd Sports Podcast and Circling the Wagons: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify | Podbean | iHeartRadio | TuneIn | Megaphone | YouTube Ask Alexa or Google Home to play the Buffalo Rumblings podcast! Editor's note: If you're viewing this in Apple News, you'll need to head to your podcast app or phone's web browser to hear the embedded audio file. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Greg & The Morning Buzz
Bra Size Bingo. 5/11

Greg & The Morning Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 12:24


Give us a call ladies.

Yakety Yak
The Kaysville Creamery and Nikko Sushi with owners Dallas Hamblin & Jennifer Tran

Yakety Yak

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 17:26


Tami Tran interviews:  Dallas Hamblin, owner of Kaysville Creamery and Jennifer Tran, owner of Nikko Sushi.    Dallas is a small business owner, after achieving success with several other businesses (financial planning and insurance), he decided to open an ice cream store in the perfect location on the corner of Kaysville's Historic Main Street Street.  This corner was the home of the original Barnes Bank and most recently All State Insurance.  Dallas has renovated the space and created a beautiful new store. He wants his customers to enjoy delicious ice cream from the BYU Creamery and have a great experience as they interact and mingle with customers and employees. Jennifer Tran grew up in the restaurant business, her parents owned a restaurant so she learned firsthand how to manage and run a successful business. She's a master social media marketer and has created quite a buzz for Nikko Sushi.  She wants their restaurant to be a gathering place for friends and families to enjoy.  Along with their incredible food, they offer activities for children and adults. Karaoke, Coloring, Bingo just to name a few of the events they offer on a weekly basis for customers eating dinner and spending quality time with their families. 

Spielman and Hooley
S4E23 - MNF doubleheader; OSU stresses over NIL; Transfer Portal QB Bingo

Spielman and Hooley

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 37:00


5-9-22 We Tackle Life podcast: Monday Night Football doubleheader announced Former MSU, Dayton Jefferson hooper Andrien Payne murdered Jimmy G is on the tradiong block That makes dealing Baker complicated Ohio State stresses about NIL rules There is no reason why OSU should ever get outbid for a player Not with the heavy hitters on board with the Buckeyes' NIL collectives Let's play Transfer Portal QB Bingo Find out more at https://spielman-and-hooley.pinecast.co

The Hammerbarn Project
You're Doing Great (Baby Race)

The Hammerbarn Project

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 36:53


Let's just get the crying out of the way right now. You know you did it, we did it and we'll all no doubt do it again. To celebrate this torrent of tears, serial-crier Erin is back for another episode! And WHAT an episode – arguably THE Bluey episode. In our case, we manage to add in Parental Pressure, a Space Race, Invisible Bingo, Baby Wipes, speed differentials and even the classic Aussie cult-movie The Dish! What more could you ask for! How about Erin's favourite character? Picking only ONE What Whizalted Willy's Whimper moment? Can it be done? Will there be tears?

Two Bandits Watching Bluey
Episode 35 - Zoo

Two Bandits Watching Bluey

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 37:56


Despite your baboon rage you're still just a bandit in a cage! It's Zoo!! Greg's thievery of Sunday papers?! Bingo's acting abilities causes miek's emotional renascence! Pool inflatables quantities! kookaburra song?! aged bananas. bluey trivia battle! banana tears! donkey kong country realization. Help out Doreen's fence folks. Yay Zoo Nay Zoo?     Hit up our Patreon to give us of what you love to watch/listen to/what brings you joy and have us join you in that fun! We are up and running and are having a blast!  https://www.patreon.com/watchingbluey   As always, thanks to all the party people that listen and follow, feel free to rate and review us! We love hearing from the Blueyverse!   Twitter: @WatchingBluey Email: WatchingBluey@gmail.com

Obsession: Bluey
Bluey: S1E52 - Verandah Santa

Obsession: Bluey

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 43:14


It is Christmas Eve, and Bluey tries to sneak over and peak at a present. Her dad catches her and tells her that Santa doesn't give presents to naughty children—setting up the whole episode. Bluey, Bingo, and Muffin, then run off apologizing to people all over the place for knocking into them because they want Santa to know they are good kids. They play a game with Bandit and end up having a great time. But when Socks comes in and bites Bluey, Bluey gets bitter and sets out to teach socks a lesson. Bluey learns the real reason you should be nice to someone…and it's not because Santa is always watching. It's a good lesson for parents to not threaten kindness out of your kids, but rather to show that they ought to treat others the way they'd want to be treated.

Mike and Anthony's Soda Pop Culture Club

Bees, Bodies, Best friends, Blood Brothers, Budding writers (some of which are hippies who smoke the Bud)...and Bingo. These are the things Mike and Anthony Be talking about in today's episode of My Girl. You should all Be listening intently to this one!Support the show

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Don't Buy Freedom, Buy Memories That Freedom Will Give You

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 21:45


Are you an entrepreneur who wants to scale your business without all the stress and hassle?    In this episode, Steve Rozenberg discusses how to protect your portfolio and achieve long-term success, as well as how to find a good real estate partner who can help you grow. He also talks about if you're not able to scale your business, it's not a business. It's a hobby. So make sure you have the right people in place and focus on monetization, focus on product, and focus on sales. After that, you can worry about the rest of the business stuff!     [00:01 - 06:41]  If You Own One Rental Property, You Own a Business  How Steve became a commercial real estate coach and influencer Steve learned that his safe and secure career was nowhere near as safe and secure as he thought How people don't understand the goal of owning an apartment complex  To make money and have it sold to someone else for a higher value    [06:42 - 15:05] Own Your Job, Not Your Business  The keys to understanding your customer's buying process Start with monetization Systemize your business so that repetitive tasks are done perfectly and efficiently, and outsource any necessary tasks to help grow your business If you are the bottleneck of your business, work to remove yourself from that position so that your business can grow How freedom can be lackluster if it's not used to create purpose Tips to avoid feeling overwhelmed   [13:42 - 20:59] Gain Your Freedom with Virtual Assistants   Steve talks about how he and his team had to unite their definition of their goals  Why you should create processes and procedures and outsource to virtual assistants The importance of communication and accountability between you and your VA's  The benefits of outsourcing and why it will gain back your freedom    [21:00 - 21:47] Closing Segment Reach out to Steve!  Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “So they think they want freedom… Let me just say I think that's **** because you can sell all of your *** tomorrow. Go live in your car, and you can have all the freedom you want. But what you won't have is the memory that you want. So we're not buying freedom. We're actually buying the memories that freedom is giving us.” - Steve Rozenberg  “You can have the best product in the world. But if you don't understand how to not only get the money, but to get the right money from the right target of grading your clients… You need to understand that common thread of what is their problem and how does your product solve their problem.” -  Steve Rozenberg  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with Steve Rozenberg LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/steve-rozenberg-20593553 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/steven.rozenberg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rozenbergsteve Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCck4Ww77C6IoZQDPne9fHgQ  Webiste: https://steverozenberg.com    Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com   Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   Steve Rozenberg  00:00 So they think they want freedom, right? You hear all the time, like, why do you want this? I want freedom to live my life? Well you know what? Because you could sell all of your *** tomorrow, and go live in your car and you can have all the freedom you want, right? But you know, what you won't have is you won't have the memory that you want. So we're not buying freedom, we're actually buying the memories that that freedom is giving us.   Intro  00:23 Welcome to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Show. Whether you are an active or passive investor, we'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big.    Sam Wilson  00:34 Steve Rosenberg is an international commercial airline pilot, who after the tragedies of 911, was forced to realize that his safe and secure career was nowhere near as safe and secure as he thought it would be. He chose commercial real estate, and he's been able since then, to control his own destiny. Steve, welcome to the show.   Steve Rozenberg  00:51 Hey, thanks for having me, man. Appreciate it.   Sam Wilson  00:52 Hey, the pleasure is mine. Three questions I ask every guest to come to the show in 90 seconds or less. Where did you start. Where are you now? And how did you get there?   Steve Rozenberg  00:59 I started my real estate path on the day after two days after 911 When I got my furlough notice from an airline. And that was where I started. Where I am now is I am a coach and an influencer working with businesses and real estate people. I was showing them how to grow and scale their business to run without them. And how I got there is the last 20 years in between of a lot of fucking mistakes, a lot of hard work and a lot of listening to smarter people than myself to learn how to scale and grow a business.   Sam Wilson  01:29 Got it, man, that's awesome. And maybe I miss interpreted this in your bio there. Do you actively invest in commercial real estate or no?   Steve Rozenberg  01:37 I do. Yeah.   Sam Wilson  01:37  Okay, cool. All right. I thought that was the case. It was like, wait, I think I added that part in your bio on my own ad lib. Hey, that's fantastic. You are currently still a pilot with United Airlines. And you fly around the world all the time.   Steve Rozenberg  01:50 Yep. Yeah, I fly a Boeing 777. Actually, as we speak. Right now I'm in Maui, Hawaii, on a layover. And so I get to travel the world, I get to do what I want to do. I don't have to worry about money, I don't have to worry about anything except doing what I want to do when I want to do it. Because I built in scale the business that basically can take care of me for the rest of my life.   Sam Wilson  02:09 What business have you built in scale that is your primary driver of revenue?   Steve Rozenberg  02:14 So my initial business that I built, scaled, and eventually sold to venture capital was a property management company out of Texas. We were the fastest growing management company at the time sold that to venture capital did that whole thing with stock options and all that stuff. That was kind of the thing that got me accelerated to the next level of my life. So the next level of my life now is I show people how to do what I did, because I show... The way that we built our business was we built it on the fundamentals of what I've been trained for the past 30 years, which is an airline pilot. So understanding how systems structure procedures, checklists, to make a business truly run without you, so that you don't have to be involved.    Steve Rozenberg  02:58 And when I say business, look, if you own one rental property, you own a business, you just may not know it, if you own an apartment, syndication, whatever it is, that is a business. And if you don't have a business plan, you don't have a structure, you don't have a model, you will fail, that business will run you into the ground, or you will die with that business on your back, and you will not have the life you wanted. Because you chose not to do the work on the forefront to be successful. So you know, fail to plan, plan to fail, all that stuff you hear but the reality is, is I have learned that you have got the devils in the details and how you do the little things is how you do everything, especially in business, I'm sure as you know.   Sam Wilson  03:35 Absolutely. And we see so much of that in the you know, the mom and pop operators. Yeah, I mean, yeah. And that's quite honestly, where a lot of value is created. For those of us coming in with a more sophisticated approach. You go…   Steve Rozenberg  03:50 Well, here's an example, right? You buy an apartment complex, what is that you're basically buying a business that is not being run correctly. And you feel that you can come in and run it correctly. It's the same, for all intents purposes, it's the same four walls in a roof. It's the business model running inside the four walls of the roof. Now you could take it make a lot of money, sell that same business to someone else, and they run it into the ground. So when you look at how people get so caught up in the actual strategy, meaning the house, the apartment, the syndication, whatever it is, but they don't realize they don't take the time to focus on building the business around it for a successful exit and a successful outcome. And that's where people fail.   Sam Wilson  04:30 Where do you start with people when they come to you and say, Hey, Steve, I need your help. I don't even know where to start. What's the first thing you look at?   Steve Rozenberg  04:38 First, I want to know what the hell did you do and how bad is the situation because people don't come for help because they want to help they come for help because they've totally screwed something up. And they go, I need you. I need you to save me is what they're saying. You know, people don't do what they want to do. They do what they have to do. So when they're at that position, they have to do something. So my first question to anybody is I want to know, where does this go? What is the goal of this?   Steve Rozenberg  05:04 Now, here's the thing, a lot of times people don't understand the goal, a goal has to be something that is a date and time that has a result. For example, you may say, like, I want to sell this deal for, you know, 25x of what I bought it for, based on these derivatives of NOI cap rate everything else, right? Or if it's a business, it doesn't matter, I want to know, what does that look like to you? And can you clearly define that to me? Then what I do is everyone they work with, I will leave, have them stay out of the room. And I will ask each one of them, you tell me, what does this look like? What is the goal of what we're doing? Everybody has a different answer. So I'm like, this is your problem, you guys are all going in different directions. Nobody knows what you, the leader are trying to impart upon your team. So you have bad leadership, you know, there's no bad team members, there's bad leaders. And so if you look at people that are bad leaders, they don't, they're not leaders, they're managers. And people mistake that. And so my first question when I work with people is I want to know,    Steve Rozenberg  06:03 There's three things to make a successful business three things. And if you're watching this, I would suggest you write this down. The first thing is monetization. So monetization is the sales and marketing, this is getting the frickin money, right? You can have the best product in the world. But if you don't understand how to not only get the money, but to get the right money from the right target of grading your clients A through D, firing the D's, keeping the C's and understanding the common thread between A's and B's, and I won't go into the detail, but understanding that common thread of what is their problem? And how does your product solve their problem? And that's the marketing message to the A's and B's because that's who you're going after. So that's monetization, then you got to figure out how do you get recurring revenue from your A's and B clients? And more importantly, they hang around like minded people? How do you create a referral system to get your A's and B's to refer people to you, because that brings down what's called your client acquisition costs. Right? So the first thing is monetization, and becoming that go to brand like that in the spa industry. You think of Jacuzzi in the tissue industry, you think of Kleenex, in your industry, who do they think of are you that go to brand. So that's the first thing. The second thing is the systematization and the admin of your business. So what I mean by that is, you know, a business is made up of repetition tasks done over and over again to perfection. And the definition of a business is a commercial, profitable enterprise that runs without you, and it has a sale date on it. So if you break down that sentence, commercial, profitable, enterprise is monetization. It running without you part is the systematization of your business, and having a sale date, I'll explain about that in a minute. So let's talk about the systematization of your business. First thing you have to do when you own a business is you've got to systemize it, then you automate it, and then you outsource it right now, that could be outsourcing to a company and employee or virtual assistant, whatever. If you have to be there involved in your business every day, well, you don't own a business, you own a job, right? And so you have to understand, are you the bottleneck, there's so many people, I'm sure as you do, so many people I've talked to that I work with, and I'm talking to them, and I tell them, You know what you are the problem. You are the reason this business is not growing, because you have ego and pride. And you think you're more important than the business. And the reality is, is when you're a leader and you're the leader of the business, you have to be selfless. And a lot of people who run a business syndications apartments, they want to pound their chest and say how proud they are. And it's their deal and get out of their way. That's ego. That's pride. That's the success inhibitor. So the last part of that sentence is the third thing you need, which is the scalability and scalability of your business. Meaning, what is the sale date of that business. And when I say that, if somebody cannot give me a specific date, like February 1 2023, I am selling this deal. If you can't do that, then that goes into Sunday calendar, which is the busiest day on the calendar because it never happens. So the reason you have to have that is you have to have a finite date and work everything backwards from that sale date. And the scalability side is could I sit in any role in your business in your operation structure, sit down at a desk, open up their systems manual, read the manual, pull out the checklist Operations Guide, do that job without ever having to talk to you? Because if not, how do I do this in multiple cities? So when we built our business, we scaled in multiple cities, and 60% of our company was outsourced to Mexico with virtual assistants. So we had to master and understand how do you outsource that role, so that we could grow exponentially by having a command center that we could go into any city and so I tell people could you go into Tulsa, Dallas, Denver and exactly imprint your business model without having to talk to anyone that's a far fetched I get, I get that's pie in the sky. But if you don't even have a semblance of that you are never going to grow to scale your company, which means it will run you into the ground. That's the reality. It's not a company, it's a job.   Steve Rozenberg  10:06 And the problem a lot of times is many people go into real estate, right? So a lot of times, I'll ask people, you asked me the first question, and I'll ask people, why are you doing this? And they will go on maybe a five minute rants of them telling me what they don't want in life. I don't want to be told what to do. I don't want to have a nine to five. I don't want this. I don't want that. And I'll sit there. I'll listen. And when they're done, I'll you know, you don't. And they're like, yeah, like, Okay, my question was, what do you want? You just went through a whole story of what you don't want. That wasn't what I asked you. Right? Tell me what you want. And so what happens is, they'll tell me, I don't know. Like, the really, I'm like, think about this, what do you want? So they think they want freedom, right? You hear all the time? Like, why do you want this? I want freedom to live my life? Well, you don't let me just say, I think that's ***. Because you could sell all of your *** tomorrow, go live in your car, and you can have all the freedom you want, right? But you know, what you won't have is you won't have the memory that you want. So we're not buying freedom, we're actually buying the memories that that freedom is giving us. Let's say I buy multifamily. I'm making a *** of money. And I go, I have the freedom. But what am I going to do? Well, I want to go have dinner in Greece with my wife on the Mediterranean. Now, that's the memory I want to create. Right? The Freedom does, you could go do that. But you may not like the results, you know, maybe you're flying and coach, whatever. So I tell people do not focus on the freedom, you're cutting yourself shy of that focus on the memory because look, at the end of the day, I can't take back last week, if it was a good memory or a bad memory, all I can do is have it in my mind. So when I sold my business, yeah, I made a *** of money, seven figures. That was great. But it didn't change the memory of it. And there's nothing I could do. I can buy more cool memories, but there's nothing else I could do. I have all the freedom I want. And once you have that freedom, and I tell people this and it's like it's hard to explain it to people that don't have it. But I tell them, once you have that freedom, it's very lackluster. Having the freedom to do what you want. If you're aimlessly walking around doing nothing, there's no purpose. So create memories. So that was my long story.   Sam Wilson  12:08 No, I love it. Man. That was a good sermon right there. That was good stuff. I love that because it is pointless. I mean, you know, there's no perpetual novelties. And so when you don't have any reason, it's like, it's why retirees work at Walmart, you know? Exactly. You know, come on, welcome to Walmart, because otherwise, I made a bunch of money, and I don't have to do anything. And now I'm bored to tears. So and that doesn't sound like any fun. Is it challenging for you when you sit down next to your co pilot? And I mean, you guys are operating in just completely different universes. You got a guy that's probably on a career track work in the airlines. That's all he knows. I mean, how do those conversations shake out in the cockpit? I'm just curious.   Steve Rozenberg  12:49 Yeah, it's interesting for me, because, you know, I love flying. I love what I do. But I also know it's a job. And it can be taken away at any moment.  And I'm aware of that, and I don't really give a ***, right. I love what I do. But I'm okay if that happens, because I'm fine. So when I hear people talking about, oh, the union and this now, don't get me wrong, as airline pilots, you can make anywhere between, you know, 250 to $500,000 a year living a good life, right? I mean, it's not small amount of money. So it's not like these guys are paupers. They're not unintelligent people. But you know, what they are, is their employees, their employees by nature. And so what happens is, it's hard for me any employee that is living out of fear of them taking away from you, it's always hard to have that conversation. Because as a business owner, I kind of understand sometimes when the airline makes a decision and does something from a business owner perspective. Now, as a union employee, I may be like, yeah, that's ***. But as an owner, I go kind of get it. So to answer your question, I do something that's a little bit different. And I'm a published author. So some people have actually read my books that know me from the airline, and some would just kind of awkward. But what's interesting is I do a lot of compartmentalizing in my life. And I'm not saying this is the right thing or wrong thing to do. But what I do is, if I am talking to someone about flying, I keep it in that box. If I'm talking to someone about real estate, I keep it in that box. And if I'm talking to someone about the gym, I keep that in that box. I don't cross over like people flying don't really give a *** about me working out and people working out really don't care about real estate. I don't cross those over. Because I don't think a lot of times when we're starting to get into this world of real estate, we want to shout from the rooftops. We want to tell everybody, not everybody cares, or even wants to see us do good, right? Because it's a self reflection on us. If all of a sudden if you're like, Hey, man, I'm killing it in real estate. And we started together. I'm gonna go like, "Aw man, I should have done that one. And I like I'm so lazy." Where if you fail, I go see, I told you, you shouldn't have done it. You should get a job like we have. So instead of fighting that fight of the perpetual employee, I just don't say anything. I listen to them and they talk Yep, whatever. And I just do my deal. That's just me.   Sam Wilson  14:54 That's interesting. I mean, again it because it's a lot less stressful. I was just curious if those conversations ever run full or like...    Steve Rozenberg  15:02 look, I'm sure like when you go see family, and they're like, What do you do again? How do you, you know, try to explain it like, oh, that you know, is it legal? Is it immoral? It? But you know, but you have to have that conversation. Otherwise, I just don't say anything. I'm like, "I just do real estate."    Sam Wilson  15:16 Bingo. Yeah, I get that question all the time. Like, you run a like, even for my own siblings, you do a podcast? Yeah. What is that? Yeah. You do the daily real estate? That's interesting.   Steve Rozenberg  15:27 And then move on. Yeah, like, whatever, like, whatever.   Sam Wilson  15:29 I don't know what that means. But cool, man. So what are some of the things you know, after you get through that initial question? You know, drilling down and getting systems and manuals put together is a laborious task. Is there any way around it?   Steve Rozenberg  15:44 No, there's really not, you know, you can template stuff. But the reality is, is, you know, when I first learned about this, we had a guy, I'll tell you, we had a guy come into our office, and we were just we had growing pains. And we had a lot of challenges in our company. And this guy came in and again, he said, tell us what you do. So we told him and had everyone leave the room and did one at a time. And we all had different answers. And he's like, this is your problem. So this guy for two years was in our business, structuring and systematizing, our company. Now, in the Property Management realm, typically every business has anywhere between 8 and 11 systems and processes and procedures that they function with all the time. Every business, it's about 18. In property management, it's about 19. So there's several more because you have almost three clients, you have a tenant, you have an owner, and you have a contractor, and there has to be processes for everybody. And look, nobody likes us in the management company. We're like the Trashman of the industry. They call you to fire you or yell at you. That's the only thing right? So all we can do is have processes and procedures. And that's why we were able to once we did this, we are able to outsource to virtual assistants very effectively, because we knew what we were doing. And we knew.    Steve Rozenberg  16:54 So one of the things I do, I'll give you to answer your question. When I first started coaching people, one of the first things that I have them do and people watching is a great tool for you is I have them do a time study. It's a two week time study. And so there's three parts to this. So again, you want to see how much food you're eating, write down your food, you want to see where your money's going write down your ledger's, you want to see where your time is going to a time study. So what I have them do is from the time they wake up to the time they go to bed, we track every single minute of the day, I don't give a *** what they're doing email, social media driving, don't care. So they have to track it. Okay, that's the first part. Second part of this equation is they have to totalize up driving two and a half hours on the phone for our social media one hour, I don't care. That's not the reason I want them to do it. But we have to block it. The last part is they give me an executive summary, telling me how do you think your day went today? Tell me I think your day one. And after one week of you doing this, and every night, they have to send it to me. So they have to sit and I explained to them, the day you don't send it is the day you will never hear from me again. And yes, you've already paid. So I can't make you want this, you have to want this. I'm not here to be your friend. I'm here to make you successful. So you want this done, we're going to do this, but you're gonna do it on my terms. So that's just my deal. I've got too many people that want my time. And if they don't, then that's fine. So once they do this within week, number one, they will actually come back to me and be like, I know what I'm doing wrong. Week number two is fixing it. So the problem is if I said, Hey, Sam, stop doing all the stupid *** like, you don't need to this, you wouldn't be like, Oh, no, I don't do those things. But when you actually write it down, and it's coming from you, and you have to tell me how your day went, night and day difference. So then what we do is we take those things, and we say, okay, week number two is what are the low level low enjoyment tasks that you're doing that are minimum wage activities? Yep, we start basically separating the egg yolk and the egg white. And then we go, okay, these are things that we can look at outsourcing to virtual assistants. So now we need to create systems on how to do those things. And we start Systemising this for the VA's. And that is how we start systematizing their life in their business.    Steve Rozenberg  19:01 I've got a personal virtual assistant, she actually probably just want to book this call. But she runs my life. She runs my calendar, she runs my flight she runs I mean, you name it, a lot of people think of when they think of a VA they think of just business, right? So wrong way to look at this is an extension of you, everything you do. And so the more that, you know, look, think of it this way, if you get a virtual assistant, right, and I had a company that actually placed them, we got so good at this. But think about this, if I get a VA I'm gaining back 40 hours of my life every single week. How much more productive Could you be? Because here's something that people don't realize, one five minute phone call, one call that is equal to 23 minutes of lost time. So you get 10 calls a day, that's 230 minutes on average of lost productivity when you go oh, man, I don't know what I did today. I was just putting out fires that's living a reactive life and live in a reactive business. Right. So what if you never had to take those calls and you could focus on high income activities. And now you go you know But I don't need to take these calls that's handled. So again, that's how we ran our company. And that's how we were able to scale, which is one of the reasons we got acquired is because they're like, how are you guys doing this. And so we show them what we did and how we did it. Now, we took my knowledge of being a pilot with systems and checklists and procedures. And we basically use that of leverage and scalability to grow our company, which it was the best way. So I kind of took you through a path there. But that's kind of the best way to do it. In my opinion,   Sam Wilson  20:27 Steve, I've enjoyed this man, I love the energy you bring to it. It's your full on. And that speaks to me. So thanks for taking the time to come on today. How fun it is to be an airline pilot, why you love what you're doing, how you've protected and insulated your portfolio so that you really don't care if they fire you, but you get to go out and fly and have fun. And yet at the same time, your ability to scale and build systems and help people all around the world. I think it's absolutely fascinating. So thank you for doing that. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you what is the best way to do that,   Steve Rozenberg  20:59 so they can follow me up on my website, Steve rosenberg.com. They can follow me on all the social media channels, Instagram, @Rosenbergsteve, YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn, all those but I'm very accessible. happy to chat, happy to answer questions. I do coaching. I do masterminds. I speak all over the world. People have a question, feel free to call me and I'll be happy to help   Sam Wilson  21:20 Steve. Thanks again, man. Appreciate it. Thanks, brother. Take care.    Sam Wilson  21:23 Hey, thanks for listening to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Podcast if you can do me a favor and subscribe and leave us a review on Apple podcast, Spotify, Google podcasts, whatever platform it is you use to listen, if you can do that for us. That would be a fantastic help to the show. It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank higher on those directories. So appreciate you listening and thanks so much and hope to catch you on the next episode.

Obsession: Bluey
Bluey: S1E51 - Daddy Putdown

Obsession: Bluey

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 43:48


Chilli is off to a baby shower, but Bluey does not want her to go. As soon as she leaves, Bluey misses her, so Bandit comes up with some games to distract her, but distraction only goes so far. Bluey asks her dad to call mom and ask her to come back, but as he does it, Bandit describes how much mom was looking forward to this, and Bluey thinks of what her mom wants and asks her dad to hang up. She then mirrors her mom and has a baby shower with some of her toys and it makes her feel much better. This is also a really great episode for the dynamic between Bandit and Bingo. But Bluey learns about missing someone you love and how to cope.

Have A Sip
Beer, Bingo, Burn Victims & Burlesque ?

Have A Sip

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 10:34


Hi Everyone !Welcome back to HAS, on today's episode I talk about my first time planning a blind date between two of my introverted friends Get ready to have a sip

Straight A Nursing
What to Focus on in Your First Five Shifts as a New Nurse: Episode 211

Straight A Nursing

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 45:38


Your first five shifts are a pivotal time for new grad nurses. Not only for your career, but settling into your new job as well. In this episode, I'm sharing with you the key things to focus on as you begin your first job as a nurse. A big “thank you” to HCA Healthcare for sponsoring this episode. Click here to learn more about HCA Healthcare's robust nurse residency program. Want a fun Bingo card to keep track of your new-nurse accomplishments? Download it here. Curious about the interdisciplinary team? Check out this episode. Read the show notes here.         RATE, REVIEW AND FOLLOW! If this episode helped you, please take a moment to rate and review the show! This helps others find the podcast, which helps me help even more people :-) Click here, scroll to the bottom, then simply tap to rate with 5 stars and select, "write a review." I'd love to hear how the podcast has helped you! If you're not following yet, what are you waiting for? It takes just a quick moment and the episodes show up like magic every Thursday. And, when I release a bonus episode, those show up, too! You'll never miss a thing! In Apple Podcasts, just click on the three little dots in the upper right corner here. Know someone who would also love to study with me? Share the show or share specific episodes with your classmates...when we all work together, we all succeed! On Apple Podcasts, the SHARE link is in the same drop-down as the follow link. Spread the love! Thanks for studying with me! Nurse Mo

Relationspodden 2.0 - Med Bingo & Katrin

En lyssnare har hamnat i en intellektuell förälskelse.Bingo kör träning tidigt på morgonen och vi får allt om sköldkörtel, tarmflora och ett överraskningspaket.Man har olika perspektiv på samma händelse, och så är det bara! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Obsession: Bluey
Bluey: S1E50 - Shaun

Obsession: Bluey

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 47:47


Bingo and Bluey want a pet. So Bandit, thinking it's a wise move, employs the service of his hand to act as an emu named Shaun to show his kids how difficult a pet can be. Bandit takes the girls all over the house and the town and seems to annoy them but also amuse them. And it ends up tiring Bandit out way more, and he crashes in the late afternoon and just sleeps all the way till morning. It also ends up backfiring as both of the girls now use their hands to peck at Bandit because Shaun had babies, and now the girls can annoy Bandit just like he annoyed them. The girls kinda bypass the idea of having a pet anymore and elect to have fun poking dad with Shaun's babies.

Lovestruck Daily
A Divorcee & Widow's Third Chance at Love

Lovestruck Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 19:27


Cindy Haughey's road to love has certainly been rocky - she was jilted a month before her wedding, and then only a few years later, found herself widowed after the death of her next partner. How did she pick herself up and find the strength to look for love a third time? Well, it's got a whole lot to do with playing Bingo, Star Trek, and a particularly thoughtful Best Man.  Get your daily happily ever after on LoveStruck Daily, with new love stories every Monday-Friday. In the meantime, follow @LoveStruckDaily on Instagram and Twitter for extra content. If you have a love story to share, or any questions for the team, email lovestruckdaily@frolic.media.  View episode transcript here ----> https://tinyurl.com/cindyhaughey And for goodness sakes...just kiss already!!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wine Talks with Paul Kalemkiarian
From golf to wine. Makes no sense. Meet Matt Reynvaan; Reynvaan Vineyards

Wine Talks with Paul Kalemkiarian

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 40:25


I was interested to hear this story. Matt came to me through the regular channels and I had not tasted his wine until the podcast recording. And the more we spoke, the more I was intrigued. Matts parents thought the Pacific Northwest was the place to be. They moved to Walla Walla to venture into a new path of their life. At the time Matt was interested in golf and set out find a job in the industry near Walla Walla. He landed work at the local country club and through a unusual set of circumstances, was invited to play in a tournament and landed in a foursome of wine folk.  At some point after chatting about wine, one of the winemakers challenged him to land a shot closer to the hole than is own...and if he did that, he would give him a job in the winery. Bingo....that is all the incentive he need to land the ball considerable closer to the hole and hence earned the job. Now he creates some of the most interesting Syrahs that I have tasted in my 32 year careeer. Hear the rest of the story here.

The Flipping 50 Show
36 lb Weight loss Success from Weight Loss Failure

The Flipping 50 Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 43:38


If you've tried to make dietary, exercise, or lifestyle habit changes and experienced weight loss failure, this is for you. I have a guest today who is a Flipping 50 Cafe member.  I? I didn't get in a word edgewise and that is just fine. You'll hear Victoria tell us that she's an introvert. I call BS. And that's okay. Because what she has to say, you want to hear. Her conviction is obvious and contagious.  00:00 Let's jump into this episode! Buckle your seatbelt. This woman is so excited about her journey and wants to share it with you! You can't fix what you can't face. -Victoria Moore   My Guest:  Victoria is a current Cafe member (a newbie) that started with the Stronger Tone & Define workout series. She dedicated and committed herself to working out Mondays and Thursdays. She also added indoor interval training (HIIT) to the mix.    At 48, her starting weight was 236.6 on January 3rd and by the end of the 12 weeks [program], she dropped down to 200! She increased her muscle mass and reduced body fat!    Bingo!    “I can't thank you enough for your workouts, masterclasses, Q& A sessions on Facebook and guidance! Love your workouts so much that my significant other decided to join me and loves them too! You have a loyal client for life!” -Victoria Moore, Flipping 50 member having lost 36 lbs in the last quarter She demonstrates the very thing that drives Flipping 50. There's no more powerful health influencer in the world than a midlife woman. And like Victoria has shown as her significant other joined her, you too influence someone in your environment.    Questions we answer on this podcast: 05:01 What was the trigger or turning point for you after weight loss failures?  11:06 Do you refer to that as ex- food addict or recovering food addict?  15:50 How did you stay motivated? 23:08 How verbal were you to others - the universe - when you were on this vs when you'd had a weight loss failure? 34:49 What had you tried before this and why did that lead to weight loss failure vs this time?  What intrigued you to decide to sign up for the Cafe/Stronger Program and to remain a loyal client? It's not a weight loss failure really, it's data. It's learning. Victoria is going to be a very popular member in our Flipping 50 and she's made her journey public by sharing her Instagram account for you here too.    What's Next :  “As I just started but would love to write a book and have a space and possibly collaborate with experts such as yourself to help support and inspire women in my age group to take charge of their health.”   Let's send some intentions her way!!    Follow her Journey on Social:  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/victoriaisgettinghealthy/   You change your state, you change your story.  -Victoria Moore   Additional Resources:  Need an easy way to get started? Try the 5-Day Flip  (https://www.flippingfifty.com/5dayflip) 10-Day Hot Not Bothered Challenge  (https://www.flippingfifty.com/hnb-challenge ) Other episodes you might like: How to Lose 100 lbs (in your 60s) and the Obstacles Along the Way: https://www.flippingfifty.com/lose-100-lbs/ A Menopause Weight Gain 3 Doctors Couldn't Help | #463: https://www.flippingfifty.com/a-menopause-weight-gain/    

Obsession: Bluey
Bluey: S1E49 - Asparagus

Obsession: Bluey

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 44:53


Bluey is not showing manners at the dinner table, so her dad keeps ragging on the girls and Chilli until Chilli gets a little annoyed and gives Bluey a magic asparagus. The veggie turns people into any animal you want. So Bluey then makes a game of it and starts turning her family into different animals until she is exhausted and learns that dogs are not animals and they need to exhibit manners at the table, because sometimes manners can order life and make is less tiring.

Bluey's Brisbane
Ferry's Leaving! Turning the CityCats Into CityDogs

Bluey's Brisbane

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 15:45


In our recent chat with artist Debra Hood, she spoke about how one of her artworks of Brisbane was used as a wrap for one of the CityCats - the iconic vessels that transport people along the Brisbane River.. You've seen the CityCats in Bluey - in episodes like Spy Game and Ice Cream. Debra mentioned how much she'd like to see some Bluey wrapped CityCats - in both Bluey and Bingo versions. One Brisbane mum was way ahead of us though! Madonna Stephens lives in the riverside suburb of Hawthorne and saw first hand the devastation following the Brisbane Floods of 2022, in particular the damage to the CityCat fleet. As a way of inspiring Brisbane kids, helping them recover after the floods and to bring in tourist revenue, Madonna has suggested that we do indeed wrap some of our beloved CityCats in Bluey and Bingo attire. Madonna currently has a petition before Brisbane City Council, asking that council look at this option - you can https://epetitions.brisbane.qld.gov.au/petition/view/pid/1128?fbclid=IwAR0jfKiUENVq_BwZfHW596jUUzRHy0WD4s6-CIbpNWBCBvtt_HqCISYBasY (sign the petition here) (active until June 1, 2022). Bluey's Brisbane is the podcast that explores the real life world of your favourite Heeler family. Hosted by Justin Rouillon and Lou Bromley - follow us on https://www.facebook.com/blueysbrisbane (Facebook) and https://www.instagram.com/blueysbrisbane/ (Instagram) - @blueysbrisbane

Talkback
From Sunday, bookies and bingo halls will no longer be prohibited from opening their doors to those seeking to place a bet.

Talkback

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 24:59


Is that progress or are we creating more trouble for problem gamblers?

Obsession: Bluey
Bluey: S1E48 - Teasing

Obsession: Bluey

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 48:05


Bluey and Bingo are getting ready for bed when Bluey starts to tease Bingo a little bit. Bingo complains and the parents get involved telling them they they should not tease one another. Then the girls launch a campaign against their dad for all the things he does to tease them. After their list comes to a close, Bandit shows them how they are only telling half of the story, and we don't hear what the difference is between teasing and play, but we know that it involves two people having fun, and we know the girls got a better grasp at what teasing is through this episode.

FUTURE FOSSILS
185 - What Good Is Conversation? Jonathan Rowson, Bonnitta Roy, Jason Snyder, Ashley Colby, & Stephanie Lepp Play Liminal Lingo Bingo Amidst The Metacrisis

FUTURE FOSSILS

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 103:16


Don't waste another minute here. Go read the full show notes on Patreon!Be forewarned: This latest episode is some extremely heady stuff. But thankfully, it's also full of heart and soul...Back in February, Jonathan Rowson posted two clips (here and here) from his latest in-progress writing tlimito Twitter, where it succeeded in baiting a bunch of the folks with whom I regularly interact as members of the so-called "Liminal Web" into reflecting on the value of partitioning a global boil of loosely-associated "sensemakers," "meta-theorists," and "systems poets" into well-meaning but ultimately dubious cultural taxonomies.I had plenty to say about this (here, here, and here) from my awkwardly consistent stance of being both enthusiastic and skeptical about apparently everything. But so did numerous other brilliant and inspiring people, including Bonnitta Roy, Stephanie Lepp, Ashley Colby, and Jason Snyder – all of whom I've wanted on the show for a while (with the exception of Stephanie, with whom I had a great chat back on episode 154). So I took it upon myself to press for an on-the-record group discussion about the virtue and folly of putting labels on sociocultural processes and networks that are defined by their liminality: Is this ultimately a good thing, or does it just kill the magic in a foolish servility to economic pressures and the desire to be recognized as A Movement?When we finally met at the end of March for our call, the conversation turned to issues with more urgency and gravitas — namely: Is it even helpful to spend all of our time talking about crises and metacrises when there is so much work to be done?What transpired was easily one of the more profound and inspired conversations I've ever had the good fortune to host on this show, although it was also more beset with insane and infuriating technical problems that getting it ready for release took over thirty hours of excruciating editing. I am so immensely glad I am finally done and can get on with my damn life! But also that I get to share this with you and hear what the rest of our scene(s) have to contribute to this discourse. Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/futurefossils. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Killed to Death
E334: Rosh Abdullah and Inspector Pill

Killed to Death

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 56:44


Lunch lady Ethel Gertel (Rosh Abdullah) finds a corpse in her diner. She talks about her music choice, her chewing tobacco, and her distate of the local health inspectors. Bingo bango. Brought to you By: The Sonar Network

Silver Screen & Roll: for Los Angeles Lakers fans
Lakers offseason prediction bingo part two -- Lakers Lounge

Silver Screen & Roll: for Los Angeles Lakers fans

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 36:13


Anthony and Harrison continue to predict how the offseason is going to go, just in very different ways. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Silver Screen & Roll: for Los Angeles Lakers fans
Lakers offseason prediction bingo part one -- Lakers Lounge

Silver Screen & Roll: for Los Angeles Lakers fans

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 33:14


In part one, the guys make some predictions they're pretty sure will come true as the offseason unfolds. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Doug Stanhope Podcast
DSP Ep. 488: "Movie Reviews - GGW vs. NMWG"

The Doug Stanhope Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 60:17


Doug reviews 2 documentaries he has a personal connection with, “Girls Gone Wild Exposed” and "Nowhere Man And A Whiskey Girl". Doug didn't actually see the latter so he used Bingo, Tracey and Chaille for the actual review. If you are having issues playing the main link try our SOUNDCLOUD LINK  - https://soundcloud.com/user-247620879/ep488-movie-review-ggw-vs-nmwg-ad-free/s-MMXTC6jJSbs?utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing  Recorded April 25th, 2022 at the FunHouse in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), Bingo (@bingobingaman), Tracey (@egglester), and Ggreg Chaille (@gregchaille). Produced and Edited by Chaille. Arizona International Film Festival - http://filmfestivalarizona.com/film-detail.php?id=1039  "Nowhere Man And A Whiskey Girl"  - Directed by Chris Charles Scott - https://www.shoplifterstudios.com/projects/nowhere-man-and-a-whiskey-girl  Doug's new book, "No Encore For The Donkey" available exclusively at Audible.com - https://amzn.to/31uwvO0 We have no idea what the future holds so get on the Mailing List at https://www.dougstanhope.com/. When we know, we'll let you know. LINKS - The World Record Podcast - The World Record Podcast is the third and final award winning podcast created and hosted by Brendon Walsh setting the World Record for the funniest podcast in existence. - https://allthingscomedy.com/podcast/world-record-podcast Stageman Underwear - Stageman Underwear is ergonomically enhanced first layer gear for men. It's innovative design gently lifts the male genitals up and away from the legs for maximum performance and comfort. Go to www.Stageman.com and use Promo Code 'STANHOPE' to save 10% on your order. Stay in the loop with the ISSUES WITH ANDY podcast featuring Andy Andrist, Brett Erickson, Chad Shank and Chaille. New episode every Friday - https://www.patreon.com/issueswithandy Need more Chaille? Check out Mix Tape Time Machine Podcast with John Norris, Matt Collins and Ggreg Chaille - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mix-tape-time-machine-podcast/id1554596023 It's FREE to join Chad on his Twitch Channel. Go the Chad's Twitter page where he has pinned a tweet with instructions - https://twitter.com/hdfatty Visit the Stanhope Store - http://www.dougstanhope.com/store/ Closing song, “The Stanhope Rag”, written and performed by Scotty Conant for Doug Stanhope and used with permission – Available on Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/scottyconant Support the show: http://www.Patreon.com/stanhopepodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Doug Stanhope Podcast
DSP Ep. 487: "Tales from the Breezeway Motor Inn"

The Doug Stanhope Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 56:08


Doug and Bingo are back home with tales from the Breezeway Motor Inn, Johnny Depp on trial and getting trashed in Key West. Recorded April 19th, 2022 at the FunHouse in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), Bingo (@bingobingaman), Tracey (@egglester), and Ggreg Chaille (@gregchaille). Produced and Edited by Chaille. Doug's new book, "No Encore For The Donkey" available exclusively at Audible.com - https://amzn.to/31uwvO0 We have no idea what the future holds so get on the Mailing List at https://www.dougstanhope.com/. When we know, we'll let you know. LINKS - BetterHelp.com - Get 10% off your first month by visiting our sponsor at BetterHELP.com/stanhope. Policygenius.com - Head to policygenius.comto get your free life insurance quotes and see how much you could save. Stageman Underwear - Stageman Underwear is ergonomically enhanced first layer gear for men. It's innovative design gently lifts the male genitals up and away from the legs for maximum performance and comfort. Go to www.Stageman.com and use Promo Code 'STANHOPE' to save 10% on your order. The World Record Podcast - The World Record Podcast is the third and final award winning podcast created and hosted by Brendon Walsh setting the World Record for the funniest podcast in existence. - https://allthingscomedy.com/podcast/world-record-podcast Stay in the loop with the ISSUES WITH ANDY podcast featuring Andy Andrist, Brett Erickson, Chad Shank and Chaille. New episode every Friday - https://www.patreon.com/issueswithandy Need more Chaille? Check out Mix Tape Time Machine Podcast with John Norris, Matt Collins and Ggreg Chaille - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mix-tape-time-machine-podcast/id1554596023 It's FREE to join Chad on his Twitch Channel. Go the Chad's Twitter page where he has pinned a tweet with instructions - https://twitter.com/hdfatty Visit the Stanhope Store - http://www.dougstanhope.com/store/ Closing song, “The Stanhope Rag”, written and performed by Scotty Conant for Doug Stanhope and used with permission – Available on Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/scottyconant Photo Credit - Chaille Support the show: http://www.Patreon.com/stanhopepodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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The Great They/Them | 4/11/22

Pat Gray Unleashed

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 94:50


There is a brand-new Bingo card for this week! A Maoist is being celebrated in the White House for openly admiring Osama bin Laden? Jen Psaki keeps referring to President Biden as President Obama. Psaki also says that they should punish states that are trying to stop child sex changes. An Iowan church prays to the "god of pronouns." A teacher explains about a "transition closet" for the kids. Chris Wallace had to push back on Nikole Hannah-Jones' claims about black voter suppression. The Rock and Megan Rapinoe are at odds over the XFL logo. The U.S. Navy is set to name one of its oil ships after Ruth Bader Ginsburg. John Hinckley, known for attempting to assassinate former president Ronald Reagan, is set to release a record album. Elon Musk has decided not to go on the board of directors at Twitter. A man in Shanghai rants about the Communist Party of China. A new study argues that the lockdowns were worse for society than the virus. Volodymyr Zelenskyy poses for the cameras. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices