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The Logistics of Logistics Podcast
Ecommerce Delivery Providers with Nate Skiver

The Logistics of Logistics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 63:16


Ecommerce Delivery Providers with Nate Skiver Nate Skiver and Joe Lynch discuss ecommerce delivery providers. Nate is he Founder of LPF Spend Management, which help parcel shippers create parcel shipping programs which reduce expense, while delivering a positive customer experience. About Nate Skiver Nate Skiver is a parcel transportation and ecommerce delivery expert, with 20 years of combined retail and consulting experience. He spent 13 years with global apparel brands Abercrombie & Fitch and Gap Inc., where he built and managed global parcel programs. In 2019, Nate transitioned into parcel consulting to use his experience to help retailers reduce shipping expense, while delivering a positive customer experience. He is passionate about increasing small parcel knowledge throughout the industry, authoring several articles for PARCEL Magazine, and being quoted frequently by media including The Wall Street Journal and Business Insider. Nate is a thought leader and LinkedIn influencer, providing unique perspective as the only content creator dedicated to parcel and ecommerce delivery. About LPF Spend Management LPF Spend Management was founded to share experience from a unique perspective within the parcel consulting space…a shipper's perspective. LPF is not comprised of former parcel carrier personnel nor are they parcel auditors which offer consulting services. Their expertise, perspective, and insight is based upon more than a decade of frontline experience creating parcel shipping value for leading retail and ecommerce companies. They level the playing field to help ecommerce shippers compete. Key Takeaways: Ecommerce Delivery Providers Nate Skiver is the Founder of LPF Spend Management, which help parcel shippers create parcel shipping programs which reduce expense, while delivering a positive customer experience. In the podcast interview, Nate and Joe discussed ecommerce delivery providers and the rapidly changing market driven by ecommerce. Nate categorized the ecommerce delivery providers into 6 categories: National, integrated carriers: UPS and FedEx Postal carriers: USPS + postal workshare carriers (Pitney Bowes, DHL eCommerce, etc.) Regional carriers: LaserShip, OnTrac, LSO, UDS (many, many more) Ecommerce carriers [recent market entrants]: Covers a range of operating models, examples include Pandion, X Delivery, AirTerra, Veho, The FrontDoor Collective Same day delivery: Largely gig driver based, includes Instacart, DoorDash, Roadie, Shipt, Walmart GoLocal Amazon Logistics The “LPF” in “LPF Spend Management” stands for “level playing field” and they provide the following solutions: Parcel Spend Management - translate the complex details of parcel contracts, rates, and expense into meaningful, actionable information which delivers bottom line impact for ecommerce shippers. Ecommerce Shipping Strategy – build a competitive edge in shipping by delivering the right solution, at the right cost. Parcel Training & Development – The LPF team is passionate about increasing parcel shipping knowledge throughout the ecommerce industry, one shipper at a time. Learn More About Ecommerce Delivery Providers Nate's LinkedIn LPF Spend Management LinkedIn LPF Spend Management The Logistics of Logistics Podcast If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review, subscribe, and share it with your friends and colleagues. The Logistics of Logistics Podcast: Google, Apple, Castbox, Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tunein, Podbean, Owltail, Libsyn, Overcast Check out The Logistics of Logistics on Youtube

Traction
How To Play Offense During a Downturn with Gokul Rajaram

Traction

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 57:55


On this episode of the Traction podcast, host Lloyed Lobo of Boast.AI welcomes Gokul Rajaram, CxO at DoorDash, Board member at Coinbase and Pinterest, and an angel investor in over 100 companies with more than 40 exits and unicorns.   With massive shifts and uncertainty in the markets right now, the default for most companies is to work on a defensive plan to get through it all. Whilst defensive strategies might help a company survive, thriving is a different matter.   To exit this current climate in a stronger, more competitive position, and to be a market leader, you need to play offense.    In this session, Gokul covers:   3:13 - The habit of paying it forward 8:14 - What's happening in VC right now 14:51 - What good growth rate looks like 19:07 - Good offensive strategies 25:26 - Where to double down on investments and where to pull back 37:57 - Top metrics driving board conversations 42:23 - A CEO's most important operational responsibility in these times 49:29 - Key drivers of company culture 55:00 - How to know when a startup can become a billion-dollar business   Learn more at https://tractionconf.io   Connect with Gokul Rajaram: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gokulrajaram1/   This episode is brought to you by:   Each year the U.S. and Canadian governments provide more than $20 billion in R&D tax credits and innovation incentives to fund businesses. But the application process is cumbersome, prone to costly audits, and receiving the money can take as long as 16 months. Boast automates this process, enabling companies to get more money faster without the paperwork and audit risk. We don't get paid until you do! Find out if you qualify today at https://Boast.AI.   Launch Academy is one of the top global tech hubs for international entrepreneurs and a designated organization for Canada's Startup Visa. Since 2012, Launch has worked with more than 6,000 entrepreneurs from over 100 countries, of which 300 have grown their startups to seed and Series A stage and raised over $2 billion in funding. To learn more about Launch's programs or the Canadian Startup Visa, visit https://LaunchAcademy.ca    Content Allies helps B2B companies build revenue-generating podcasts. We recommend them to any B2B company that is looking to launch or streamline its podcast production. Learn more at https://contentallies.com

Spirits
285: Hera

Spirits

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 58:59


As queen of the Olympians, Hera gets a bit of a bad reputation. But we're here to tell you that not all of her stories focus on revenge and toxic relationships. She deserves some love too!    Content Warning: This episode contains conversations about or mentions of misogyny, sexual assault, cheating/extramarital affairs, toxic relationships, childbirth, labor, premature birth, infertility, child endangerment, animal death, mental illness, animal sacrifice, and murder.    Housekeeping - Merch: Pick up your Spirits major arcana tarot deck and get our first sticker of the month at spiritspodcast.com/merch - Recommendation: This week, Julia recommends Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune.  - Books: Check out our previous book recommendations, guests' books, and more at spiritspodcast.com/books - Call to Action: Games and Feelings is an advice podcast about games. Join Question Keeper Eric Silver and a revolving cast of guests as they answer your questions at the intersection of fun and humanity. Search for Games and Feelings in your podcast app today!    Sponsors - Doordash is a fast, convenient food delivery app. Get 25% off and zero delivery fees on your first order of $15 or more when you download the DoorDash app and enter code spirits.  - Tab for a Cause is a browser extension that raises money for charity! Join team Spirits at tabforacause.org/spirits - BetterHelp is a secure online counseling service. Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/spirits   Find Us Online If you like Spirits, help us grow by spreading the word! Follow us @SpiritsPodcast on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Goodreads. You can support us on Patreon (http://patreon.com/spiritspodcast) to unlock bonus Your Urban Legends episodes, director's commentaries, custom recipe cards, and so much more. We also have lists of our book recommendations and previous guests' books at http://spiritspodcast.com/books. Transcripts are available at http://spiritspodcast.com/episodes. To buy merch, hear us on other podcasts, contact us, find our mailing address, or download our press kit, head on over to http://spiritspodcast.com.   About Us Spirits was created by Julia Schifini, Amanda McLoughlin and Eric Schneider. We are founding members of Multitude, an independent podcast collective and production studio. Our music is "Danger Storm" by Kevin MacLeod (http://incompetech.com), licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0.

Pass The Everything
"Cheesecake so good, you'll die!"

Pass The Everything

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 34:38


ARE YOU HUNGRY FOR SOME BOUDIN?! The Scoop (3:13) features Starbucks pulling out of Russia, a Hot Pocket pivot treat, Arby's adds more meat to its arsenal, a Costco tweet crashing the stock market, Walmart panders too hard, and DoorDash reveals their 2022 most-delivered food item. Next, PTE returns to Taco Bell for the Mexican Pizza only to find out they've run out of Baja Blast, while Ashley gets stuck behind graduation celebrations as she attempts to purchase cheese before she goes home and attends an epic crawfish boil in their food high and low moments of the week (26:40).

Parenting Roundabout
Puzzling Purchases

Parenting Roundabout

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 11:19


After we heard about a little boy who commandeered his mom's phone to order 31 McDonald's cheeseburgers via Doordash [https://www.today.com/food/people/2-year-old-orders-31-mcdonalds-cheeseburgers-doordash-rcna29331], we complained about our family members and their buying habits.

GetYourNewsOnWithRon
Cross Platform Data Sharing And Why It's Dangerous w/ Dr. Olivia Snow

GetYourNewsOnWithRon

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 51:26


Dr. Olivia Snow is a PhD and Tech Research Fellow at UCLA and NYU. She is also a dominatrix. Her work deals with online safety, privacy and security. Something she's had her own extensive experience with, most recently when her Doordash account was canceled. 

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
7-8am- Conan Cashes Out & a Fugitive Motel

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 35:16


More on the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial, Ricky Gervais has a new Netflix special out now, SiriusXM buys Conan O'Brien's podcast and media company for $150 million, it's going to be a hot day in the Bay, Indiana motel reports growing waitlist for room used by fugitives Casey White and Vicky White, Doordash releases the top foods that people order, Sarah hates keto snacks, and some fast facts! 

BJ Shea Daily Experience Podcast -- Official
Drinking out of the Stanley Cup

BJ Shea Daily Experience Podcast -- Official

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 47:50


Beat Migs. Listeners on the loose. DoorDash just released their most ordered food of 2022.

Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast
Tuesday, May 24th 2022 Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast

Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 205:10


Dave and Chuck the Freak talk about a study that claims sex is less important to single guys now, restaurant encounters with celebrities, Chuck reviews the new Top Gun movie, two guys arrested after trying to transport a house & left it sitting in a road, a sign for a strip club opening in a neighborhood causing controversy, an 80-year-old priest that became a gay porn star, the wildest things seen in an adult sex store, a pediatrician charged in a murder for hire plot, a Wisconsin couple fought off a bear in their house, chin liposuction procedures increasing in popularity, true crime fans trying to stay in the motel room an escaped inmate and jailer stayed, the most popular foods delivered by DoorDash, and more!

Trend Lightly
DeuxMoi: Anon No More

Trend Lightly

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 112:02


Kourtney Kardashian married Molly's dream man, Travis Barker in Dolce & Gabbana #spon. A reporter released his independent investigation on DeuxMoi's identity via Substack and broke (at least a part of) the Internet. Elon Musk and Trump are at odds after a SpaceX flight attendant's sexual harassment case was leaked. Johnny Depp's defamation case isn't looking great after his former lawyer is implicated in a bot scheme. Azealia Banks takes a surprising stance on this week's internet villain, Cara Delevingne. TELL US YOUR MOST EMBARRASSING INTERNET STORIES ANONYMOUSLY!  BUY OUR MERCH JOIN OUR PATREON LINKS! Deuxmoi's Digital Trail by Brian Feldman This NewsletterJust Leaked DeuxMoi's Probable Identity (summary from Vulture) Report: Elon Musk exposed himself to SpaceX flight attendant, according to documents Trump says Elon Musk's takeover of 'Fake Twitter' is 'probably illegal' and claims the billionaire told him he'd always voted Republican @lilahrpg on TikTok points out that Elon is not as slick as he thinks he is The most recent updates from @Leilahslife Is it Kravis' wedding or a D&G brand trip? Is there a vibe shift happening with wedding fashion? @oldloserinbrookyln Cara Delevingne and Megan the Stallion red carpet video Azealia Bank's surprising take on Cara Delevingne @theofficialangelt breaks it down on TikTok The Daily Wire Spent Thousands of Dollars Promoting Anti-Amber Heard Propaganda Who is Adam Waldman? The Curious Case of Dr. Barbara Sturm, Milani Cosmetics, Johnny Depp & Amber Heard

Face Jam
Fazoli's Lasagnafest & Sweet Bacon Glaze Wings

Face Jam

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 84:12


In this episode, Michael Jones and Jordan Cwierz eat and review Fazoli's Lasagnafest & Sweet Bacon Glaze Wings so you know if it's worth eating. They also talk about being raided by Pasta Pete and his food pirates, BREAKING NEWS, being in a new room where the recording stops, and more. Listen to the audio version at: https://bit.ly/3k8XRSb Sponsored by: Upstart (http://upstart.com/facejam), Honey (http://joinhoney.com/facejam) and DoorDash (download DoorDash app + FACEJAM).

HWY22E
"Its called.... Growth"

HWY22E

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 78:36


The guys are back with a brand new episode!!! The New Trinity of CTuck, DNoEez, and "JustJay" are running things this pod, we talk about Doordash, Five Guys, things you would tell your younger self and couple of other topics we touch on. Take listen as we spit this knowledge, from the HWY22E crew!!! #Avengers #Marvel ?Doordash #Food #FiveGuys #BlackBusiness #BlackPodcasts #NotYourSundaySchoolPodcast #Coosa #HWY22E --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Stryker & Klein
Klein's Door Dash

Stryker & Klein

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 6:57


CLIP: What happens when Klein gets the wrong order from his favorite delivery app?

Stryker & Klein
Bored Listener NFTs, Klein's Door Dash and MORE

Stryker & Klein

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 24:40


It's the 9am PODCAST!

Other Side Lifestyle
Ep 003: Why Track Food? Is It For You?

Other Side Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 49:00


Plan to burn a few calories laughing as Jim and Aram talk about tracking food, selling drugs, 50 Cent, and how that all ties together.  Everything is hard at first, but gets easier.  The more tools you have, the better prepared you are.   We also talk about the metaverse which has nothing to do with any of this, but maybe it does? Bonus:  Find out how Aram sabotaged himself with another Doordash order. Recorded 2/25/22 You can find us on Instagram: Aram: @4weeks2thebeach Jim: @jimmynutrition   If you'd like to reach out to Aram, you can find him at: https://www.4weeks2thebeach.com/work-with-me   If you'd like to reach out to Jim, you can find him at: https://www.othersidelifestyle.com/schedule   You can also get some t-shirts/tanks/hoodies at:  https://www.othersidelifestyle.com/shop  

The Steve Harvey Morning Show
Attorney Benjamin Crump Interview, Biggie Honored, Plantation Owner, Door Dash Cheeseburgers and more.

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 86:30


Good morning and welcome to the ride!  Know your place and stay there.  The CLO has a family of cheaters to deal with and also advises a woman with self-esteem lower than the Titanic.  Graduates from Clark Atlanta University were given LLC's as presents.  Attorney Benjamin Crump is here to discuss the racially motivated mass murder in Buffalo, NY.  Your favorite play cousin and Rich Uncle spoke about athletes that have stepped up and used their voice to bring about change in voting and other social issues.  Homeowner makes a surprising move for his newly purchased home with rich family history.  A 2 year old shows his mastery of Door Dash by getting Mickey D's cheeseburgers sent to his home.   This round of Would You Rather hit some sensitive areas.  Today in Closing Remarks, Steve has some advice for the ladies. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
Extreme Case of Munchies

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 1:50


A 2 year old shows his mastery of Door Dash by getting Mickey D's cheeseburgers sent to his home.  He also understands what gratuity is all about. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SBS Gujarati - SBS ગુજરાતી
ડ્રાઇવર્સને વધુ રક્ષણ આપવા ફૂડ ડિલીવરી કંપની DoorDash નો યુનિયન સાથે કરાર

SBS Gujarati - SBS ગુજરાતી

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 4:34


કર્મચારીઓને કાયનું યોગ્ય વાતાવરણ તથા હકો આપવા માટે ખાદ્યપદાર્થોની ડિલીવરી કરતી સર્વિસ ડોરડેશ (DoorDash) તથા ટ્રાન્સપોર્ટ વર્કર્સ યુનિયન વચ્ચે કરાર કરવામાં આવ્યા છે. જે કરાર ઓસ્ટ્રેલિયામાં પ્રથમ કરાર હોવાનું મનાય છે, કરારમાં સમાવિષ્ટ બાબતો ફૂડ ડિલીવરી ડ્રાઇવરને કેવી રીતે અસર કરશે તે વિશે માહિતી મેળવીએ.

Pro-Life America
Episode 101 | Ok, What Now?

Pro-Life America

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 28:37


Topics Discussed:Corporations covering travel expenses for employees seeking abortionsIs it time for Pro-Life Boycotts?The growing importance of public opinion on abortionDo abortion laws affect care for miscarriages & ectopic pregnancies?The media's fear mongeringThe importance of being single issue voters on abortion  Links Mentioned:Supreme Court has voted to overturn abortion rights, draft opinion shows - PoliticoStarbucks to cover eligible travel expenses for employees seeking abortions - BreitbartStarbucks just became the latest company to cover employees' abortion travel costs. Here are the companies that have pledged to do the same - FortuneThese Are The U.S. Companies Offering Abortion-Related Benefits - ForbesOverturning Roe Could Make Ectopic Pregnancies Extremely Dangerous - The New RepublicIn Texas, abortion laws inhibit care for miscarriages - NPRAbortion laws could affect care for miscarriages, ectopic pregnancies - Tampa Bay TimesShould We Delete Our Period-Tracker Apps? Experts Explain - PopsugarRate & Review Our Podcast Have a topic you want to see discussed on the show? [Submit it here.]To learn more about what Life Dynamics does, visit: https://lifedynamics.com/about-us/Support Our Work Be Sure To Follow Life Dynamics:Our WebsiteFacebookTwitterInstagramYouTube  (Episodes of the Pro-Life America podcast are also available to listen to on our YouTube channel)

Church of Lazlo Podcasts
Wednesday, 05.18.22

Church of Lazlo Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 70:05


Have you ever wondered why those nude Greek statues have small packages? I haven't either but one woman on Tik Tok seems to think it's probably something we've thought about and she explains why you never see Dirk Diggler on display at the museum. *A lot of people said they would jump at the opportunity to have a clone of themselves and they would put that clone to work immediately. *Doomscrolling!! Amber Heard and Johnny Depp are still stealing all the headlines. A teenager died after being buried in sand at the beach. A mom gave away free burgers on Facebook after her toddler got ahold of her phone and ordered 31 through Door Dash. Was I not supposed to crawl inside the spider monkey exhibit at the zoo and feed the animals Cheetohs? I gotta blame ignorance on this one. I had no idea that was wrong. *What do One Direction, Shania Twain, and Missy Elliot all have in common? None of them can write a hit. *Get To Know Us! This week we are tasked with choosing tattoos for our coworkers and Snowcone really comes out on top. *Didn't we already talk about things that used to be great but aren't anymore? Why can't the internet come up with anything new for us to use? *Thanks for listening! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @churchoflazlo and join our subreddit r/churchoflazlo See you tomorrow. -Everybody Wang Chung!!

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast
240: How KSI Lost $2.8 Million | TMG

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 71:28


THE NEW WEBSITE: https://tmgstudios.tv  This week Cody and Noel discuss the recent Crypto crash, joke about the upcoming release of Avatar 2, and investigate KSI's huge financial loss.  If you listen on Apple Podcasts, go to: https://apple.co/tmgstudios To sign up for the newsletter go to https://tmgstudios.tv ! Sign up today at https://StitchFix.com/TMG to get $20 off your first purchase TMG listeners get 10% off their first month at https://BetterHelp.com/tmg  That's https://EXPRESSVPN.com/tmg and you can get an extra three months FREE That's 25% off, up to $10 value, and zero delivery fees on your first order, when you download the DoorDash app in the App Store and enter code tiny Merch: http://tmgpod.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tinymeatgang Tour Tickets: http://tinymeattour.com Highlights Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdftuX9H8kW14Njxtpnuy3Q  CODY http://youtube.com/codyko http://twitter.com/codyko http://instagram.com/codyko NOEL http://youtube.com/thenoelmiller http://twitter.com/thenoelmiller http://instagram.com/thenoelmiller

Hammer + Nigel Show Podcast
Is This Anything?

Hammer + Nigel Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 7:27


Goodyear has launched a line of footwear. Racing sneakers and casual. A marriage therapist took to TikTok and revealed one of the biggest complaints that women have about their husbands.   A 2-year-old was playing with his Mom's phone and accidentally ordered 31 McDonald's cheeseburgers on DoorDash. Is This Anything? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Matt & Aunie
Dixon & Vining Hour 2 (051822)

Matt & Aunie

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 35:42


234,000 illegal immigrants entered the country during the month of April, the highest monthly total in history/ Dr. Oz currently leads in the Pennsylvania Senate race/  3 year old got hold of his mother's phone, opened Door Dash and accidentally ordered 31 cheese burgers from McDonalds/ The List and Useless Hollywood News. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Willfully Optimistic
INSIDE THE MIND (Mackenzie Kramer) TMKS: EP-94

Willfully Optimistic

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 63:57


I always thought athletes were invincible, turns out they're human too. Inside the mind of my sister, Lehigh's SG Mackenzie Kramer. [Save Money While Supporting My Work] (Gas Saving) Get-upside: https://upside.app.link/MARSHAL8455  IG: marshalkramer  - https://www.instagram.com/marshalkramer/?hl=en  - https://www.instagram.com/kenz.kramer/?hl=enMackenzie's Blog    https://kenziekramer-ltme.blogspot.com

Jay Towers in the Morning
Would You Want To Clone Yourself?

Jay Towers in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 45:32


If you could clone yourself, what would you do with your 2nd self? A toddler order 31 burgers from McDonald's on DoorDash in That's Incredible.There's a celebrity that prefers to work out NAKED!

Lynch and Taco
7:15 Idiotology May 18, 2022

Lynch and Taco

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 8:59


GrubHub offered free lunch to everyone in NYC for three hours and it was chaos, Texas 2-year-old ordered 31 cheeseburgers using DoorDash, Attorney grills Amber Heard about late night visit from James Franco

The Sal and Bob Show
The Doordash Episode

The Sal and Bob Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 52:11


Sal and Bob are always going to restaurants so they decided to stay home and order delivery. They order all types of food ranging from pizza to Chinese food. They even order from Uber Eats at the same time to see if the drivers show up and have a duel. They share funny stories about high school proms, talk about Elon Musk buying Twitter, and a kid who brought margaritas to school to share with his classmates. A total Sal move! 

Sixteen:Nine
Jeremy Jacobs, Enlighten

Sixteen:Nine

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 38:42


The 16:9 PODCAST IS SPONSORED BY SCREENFEED – DIGITAL SIGNAGE CONTENT The cannabis retailing industry is interesting in a whole bunch of ways. It is a unique vertical market with an absolutely screaming need for digital signage and interactive technologies. While longtime recreational users may know their stuff, as US states and Canadian provinces have legalized, there's a whole bunch of new users coming in with needs that have more to do with sleep problems or arthritic joints. They walk into dispensaries and are confronted with products and options that are somewhat or entirely unfamiliar, so screens that promote and explain are very helpful and relevant. The dispensary business is also interesting because the industry has its own overcrowded ecosystem of payments and management systems that need to somehow be tied together. The largest player in cannabis digital signage is the Bowling Green, Kentucky firm Enlighten, which is in some 1,200 dispensaries in the United States, I had a fun conversation with Enlighten founder Jeremy Jacobs, who found his way into digital signage when the clean energy business he was running went south in the late 2000s recession. He pivoted into screens in businesses, and menu displays for restaurants led to an opportunity to branch into cannabis retail. He's a super-smart, interesting guy more signage people should know about. Enjoy. Subscribe to this podcast: iTunes * Google Play * RSS TRANSCRIPT Jeremy, thank you for joining me. Can you give me the rundown on what your company does?  Jeremy Jacobs: Yeah, absolutely, Dave. Enlighten is the only real omni-channel company within the cannabis vertical particularly, and by omni-channel, we affect the customer journey throughout that entire customer journey. We have a product real quickly called AdSuite that targets people in a digital environment, whether it be mobile, Roku or even desktop computers based upon audience segmentation data we have, to know those are known cannabis consumers. And then we have our SmartHub product, which is an in-store product which is why we're here today, digital signage, kiosk related, and that product helps to upscale the customers that were brought in from the marketing from AdSuite. And this could be on menu boards, this can be on information displays, this can be on tablets, any number of things, right? Jeremy Jacobs: Yeah, so SmartHub is really unique. Even if you zoom out of the cannabis vertical and just look broadly at the digital signage industry, SmartHub is an extremely unique product that we created. It manages kiosks, it manages digital signage, all sorts of menus, feature boards, order queue systems, break room TVs, where the audience has shifted from a consumer to the actual employee. It uses extremely advanced logic and filtering with the point of sale data that it's consuming to make these things and even has an e-commerce component to it. So really the way to think about it is that SmartHub is an extremely robust merchandising platform that manages all of your consumer facing surfaces, whether that surface is a passive screen, an interactive screen, like a kiosk or even the webpage where someone would come to purchase and make an order on your website. And the cannabis industry is its own unique ecosystem, right? There's POS companies that only do cannabis business, and so on?  Jeremy Jacobs: Yeah, I would say there's no true word than cannabis is its own individual ecosystem. So as a veteran, not been in the industry quite as long as you but since 2008, I've seen a lot of things and cannabis extremely unique. So it does have all of its own tech stack companies for the most part. There are a few companies, Microsoft Dynamics makes a sort of a POS system that's been modified for cannabis. But outside, I'll see a Square every now and then, but for the most part 99.99% of all point of sales systems at a digital signage company would integrate with are extremely cannabis specific and they all compete for what is roughly 8,500 retail clients across just short of 40 states, and so to talk about the uniqueness, even in more depth, not only are the stacks different in cannabis than they would be outside of that, but all the individual laws and rules that apply very literally from state to state. So you even have state variances.  Why would so many companies decide, “I want to be in a space that's changing constantly and not all that big and in the grand scheme of what retail is”? Jeremy Jacobs: That's a great question. I think what your question was alluding to, there's the TAM, the total addressable market. You look at restaurants and there's literally hundreds of thousands of them, and I would argue there's barely as many POS companies in restaurants as there is inside of cannabis. And I think it's a couple of things. From an emotional standpoint, this is “the green rush” right? Any cannabis advocate that for the last hundred years that it's been illegal has felt violated by the error, has seensocial injustice from that. I believe there's an emotional component why a lot of these companies are there, a lot of these leaders are there. Second, there's a power vacuum that gets field when no one wants to go somewhere. So when you take a look at the cannabis industry, none of these major POS companies that we're referring to, none of them had any interest at all whatsoever in getting involved in cannabis. So the result of that is someone has to, and then the third prong, I think of this little fork here is that there is a green rush. The Anheuser Bushes of the world are about to be made of cannabis. There's very unique transactions, very unique audiences, and there's a lot of money to be made there. There's a lot of value and you can see companies that are in the space that make tech.  If you look on the internet, Weed Maps is probably the largest one, listed on the NASDAQ billion plus dollar company, recently Dutchie has made some announcements for billion plus dollar companies as well. So fortunes are being made even though the total addressable market is small. Yeah, I've always thought that the cannabis dispensary business was a particularly interesting one for digital signage, because unlike most retail where you walk into an apparel retailer, you know what you're looking for, clothes, I need a shirt or whatever. It's pretty obvious.  But if I walk into a cannabis dispensary, I'm pretty much lost. I don't know what I'm even looking at and all these different strains of flowers and buds and this and that. It is like Mars to me. But, and I suspect a lot of people walk in like that who maybe aren't recreational users, but want it to help them sleep or calm them down or whatever purpose they have for it? Jeremy Jacobs: Yeah, and so to drill into that observation you've made is really there's two kinds of consumers that very quickly develop in cannabis. There's the customer that you just described, which is a new customer, and there's a lot of those, because again, cannabis was technically illegal for about a hundred years. And so there's a huge amount of new customers that don't know anything, and so there's a massive educational vacuum there, and that's actually, Enlighten really started as we recognize that, and so we created an in-store digital out of home, a television network that runs ads for brands and things of that nature, endemic or non-endemic. We've got clients like Door Dash or Vans shoes or FX networks and their cannabis shows, but the content that's on that network is educationally driven specifically to satisfy that lack of education that you just talked about, and then on the other end of that spectrum, there are these clients that very much know what they want and precisely what they're looking for and those particular clients aren't looking for that same experience. They're looking for, digital menus that can be sorted based upon terpenes are based upon cannabinoid profiles so the highest THC value, they're looking for is express checkout kiosks, so they don't have to have an interaction.  So uniqueness of the cannabis dispensary from a digital signage perspective is you have to create digital environments that satisfy both of those polar opposites.  I gather when you were talking about omni-channel that it's really important or helpful to a company playing in this space to be able to serve multiple needs and to integrate with the other technologies that are part of the ecosystem. If you just did digital signage, it's a walled garden thing where you're going to get much better reception for many users, whereas you can provide multiple components, right? Jeremy Jacobs: Oh, absolutely. I've been in a lot of industries. The restaurant space was the first one. I was really into digital signage. Sysco Foods started slinging my digital menus for me, and like things 2009 and their 30 different offices and so I got to see a lot of things there. But in the first week in cannabis, eight years ago, the word integrate came up like 40 different times within an hour, and so I've never seen an industry that's so demanding of integrations. Like for example, you walk into a restaurant and any number of restaurants and you look over by the hostess stand and there's the DoorDash tablet, and there's a GrubHub tablet, and there's a Postmates tablet and there's all these tablets. And so the hostess is watching these orders come in and then they're putting them in their POS system. That would never fly in the cannabis industry, like it's a demanded integration by these people, and so if you're going to create an integration engine, you're going to want to make it have more points of influence than just a TV menu, you're going to need to provide that e-commerce plug and you're going to need to provide those kiosks. You're going to want to link up with their customer data for targeting those customers, on their mobile devices. You're exactly right, if you're going to be relevant in cannabis, your stack better be serious because they're trying to reduce that vendor set to if they could just one, nobody does all of it, but they want to reduce that number to the smallest possible. Is that in part, because it's a younger buyer audience who understands technology more and didn't grow up in kind of old style restaurants or whatever, where there were all these different systems?  Jeremy Jacobs: Interesting thing you said there,t because it's a younger buyer, so that was very true eight years ago. But at this point, that is not the truth at this juncture. So just a few years ago, I think it was two and a half years ago, the fastest growing segment of users shifted from 20 year olds to middle-aged mothers and it was the fastest growing audience, and then over the last few years, what has really been the fastest growing audience has actually been elderly people. It seems like they're starting to come to grips with, “Hey, I have pains and aches and cannabis is actually the solution”, and so it's a big growing segment.  But I think the answer to the question that you did ask is why is there this desire for a consolidation of a tech stack more than anything.  Yeah, I was thinking more of the operators that tend to be younger. Maybe that's not the case?  Jeremy Jacobs: Same thing at this point, it's not the case now, it's weird. So it was the case before, a hundred percent because who was willing to take that risk to get in the weed business, and so a hundred percent, but now I'm sitting in meetings with digital officers and marketing officers from Abercrombie and Apple, and they came from big organizations and so it's a very changing landscape.  But at the end of the day, I think that some of them are young, so yes, to your answer, very good observation. Second is the ones that aren't young are professionals, and they're used to dealing with that. But thirdly, I think for both of them, the demand of tech stack is necessary because the regulations and the data that they have to send back to the state agencies and authorities and all of those sorts of things and the compliance they have to undergo is worse than any other industry ever. Like they're under so much scrutiny and you could lose your license at the drop of a hat, and so they want less to deal with so they can focus more on staying in business.  Does that touch on your platform and what you do? Do you have to have a Nevada version of it and a Colorado version and I forget where else it's legal, California, obviously. But do you have to pass them out state by state or is it pretty uniform? Jeremy Jacobs: Great question. So the technology itself is the same across all the states. AdSuite is AdSuite and SmartHub is SmartHub, but there are definitely nuances. So let me give you a couple of interesting examples in the state of Pennsylvania, you're not allowed to put anything up on a screen from a digital signage perspective, unless absolutely it has been medically proven. And so it needs to come from a doctor or some position, a medical authority, and in Alaska, for example, they don't believe anything has ever been proven by a doctor or medical authority and so you can't put anything up that even closely resembles a recommendation. So there's two polar opposites. So from a content perspective, I gotta watch those things. From an advertising perspective. Some states, even though it's cannabis, won't let you show pictures of weed in the advertisements. Go figure that out. How do you advertise weed without showing weed? You can't show people consuming the product in a lot of states with advertisements. So there's another nuance, and then a third nuance is like in Pennsylvania, what I'm able to put on a digital menu is very specific and I cannot put any imagery into one thing, and I have to, I'm required to put certain testing results, similar to the way in the restaurant industry. Now everybody went digital whenever they were required to put the calorie count for these items, and that's when you saw this massive uprising in digital cause they got to replace all this stuff anyway, might as well go to the screen, and in Pennsylvania, I got to put things like that, testing results.  What's the content that seems to be required across all the different dispensaries, kind of the money messages that need to be there, and the operators want to have up there? Jeremy Jacobs: Yeah, so from a TV menu perspective. We'll start with our that's the most largely adopted digital signage product ever and so the TV menu, what's necessary is the name of the products, the type of the product, the weight of the product, the price, the product, but really importantly, people want to know about cannabinoid profiles, is this high or low in THC? The psychoactive ingredient that gives you the feeling of a high, is it higher, lower in CBD, which is the non-psychoactive ingredient that really focuses a lot on pain, arthritis and inflammation and things of that nature, muscle pain. So consumers sort of demand that, operators want to provide that. And from an educational perspective, if you're talking about a different digital signage product and just more like digital signage, we're producing educational videos, the demand really is around education of what are these different terpenes, what are these different cannabinoids, these little things inside of the cannabis that creates different effect for each strain, like this one makes me sleepy, this one makes me energetic, this one's great for back pain, and so that's the demand from a regulatory standpoint of pretty much the only uniform thing that I can't really do is show anything that's cartoonish that might want to lure children into the store.  There was a big problem with packaging for edibles for a while there, right? Jeremy Jacobs: It was, they've got sour patch kids on the box, and the first versions of edibles were very kid friendly because they took kids candies and made them, and now that's pretty much been regulated out. So the same thing, that same sort of concern with the packaging that you pointed out with edibles is also a concern in digital signage and even digital advertising. So if I'm targeting a mobile phone, even though I'm targeting a known cannabis consumer, just stay away from anything that might be alluring to children. So if I'm a customer of Enlighten, is it a SaaS platform that I am using?.  Jeremy Jacobs: Yeah, so the two products are different. The SmartHub is the in-store signage, kiosk, kind of technology that manages all of that and talks to your POS system. That is definitely a SaaS product. As far as pricing models, there's been a lot of those in digital signage, our kiosk system is one price for your entire store and use as many as you want. Our signage model is the same as anyone else's, per node. SaaS model on our AdSuite product, though that is a SaaS product, if you will, it's a piece of software that gains you access to those audiences on our DOH network and in stores, as well as, digital Roku devices, mobile devices, desktop computers but that's driven just like any other digital advertising model would be external on a cost per impression basis. What's the footprint for your company at this point? Jeremy Jacobs: So we've reached a really interesting crossroads, very few companies in cannabis have ever got over that thousand mark. Right now, I would estimate we're in probably roughly 1200 dispensaries, somewhere thereabouts and then have several hundred other clients that are brands and so forth so our footprint reaches to about 1500 or so clients, big number and a TAM of 8,500, if you look at it that way.  And this is an industry that like more and more states seem to be coming on stream, or at least there's a push to bring them on stream. So it's not like it's a finite market right now? Jeremy Jacobs: Yeah. So that's part of the growth. When we're assessing growth, there's a couple ways to look at it. One is how we can get more money out of the existing customers and that's to offer premium versions of our products, additional services that might be out there that we could focus on. But also there's just the overall growth of the entire market itself, and there's a couple of phases of that. The first phase is for the state to go medical. So now, they can be a client of ours. But typically, we find the greatest traction in the states once they go recreational because what happens is their revenue growth is astronomical.  People don't appear to want to go to get a medical license nearly as easily as just walking in a dispensary. So whenever they go recreational, they buy a lot of other products from us and really focus on that retail environment and creating a magical experience for those recreational customers. So really there's two phases, medical, and then recreational. But right now you're looking at cannabis in almost 40 states at a medical level roughly 10 or so at a recreational level. I'm averaging there, the number changes. I haven't kept track of it in a minute, but to give you an idea of growth, there's about 10-12 to go to medical and then there's the vast majority or 80 plus percent that are not yet recreational. So a lot of growth in them.  Are you up in Canada as well?  Jeremy Jacobs: We are. So it's a lot of challenges working inside cannabis, anybody's ever nailed internationally. You have to have your own bank accounts, your incorporations, your teams up there. It's hard to import hardware products, and as a company, we do also provide the hardware. So that has its own challenges, but we do operate in Canada. We've got some systems in Puerto Rico, which is a US territory.  Jamaica, we send some things too. We have some plans we're brewing up. Spain has a pretty good sized cannabis market and so we're looking internationally there because the challenge is the same. People don't understand cannabis, they need education. That's the same worldwide. It's been illegal globally, for a hundred years.  How did you get into it? You mentioned that your first foray into digital signage was restaurants for Sysco, how did you end up in this?  Jeremy Jacobs: So in 2008, I started a company called IconicTV, and it's had many offshoots with verticals. I've been one of those guys when I see a vertical, I'd make a very precise product. We helped build a C-store DOH network called C-store TV. We had a school product called, school menu guru. We had a lobby product called lobby Fox, it does visitor management and so one of those products we noticed early on was digital TV menus, and so in 2009, I formed a deal with Sysco foods and they have 30 offices across the country that would distribute my digital signage, digital TV menu products to their restaurant tours. And so I hired these vice presidents in each of those areas to partner with those offices as Sysco calls an opco, and so Sysco would have reps and my reps would go do ride alongs, and so they would ride along with these representatives and go in and meet these restaurant tours at work and stuff. One of them, the guy in Denver, Colorado, Ted Tilton's name? So Ted called me one day and this is right before cannabis goes legal in Colorado, which was the first state to legalize recreational cannabis, Washington and Colorado voted on it basically at the same time. But Colorado was the first actually who implemented, and he calls me, he says, Hey man, I got this idea and I said, what is it? He goes, these TV menus we're selling through Sysco. I said, yeah, he goes, what do you think about making some for marijuana? I said, what are you talking about? And he says I've got these buddies opening this dispensary called DANK, and it'll be the closest dispensary to Denver International airport and I got this feeling as soon as weed was legal in Colorado, a lot of people are going to be coming into DIA and this place is going to be really busy since it's the closest one, and he says, and I was like, what would be the difference? And he said, essentially we put up marijuana buds instead of chicken sandwiches. And I said, I'm in. I've been a big advocate of cannabis for a long time. At one point, I was even the executive director of Kentucky NORMAL, the division of the national organization for marijuana legalization. It's the Kentucky chapter. I've been a big advocate of it. I've been a self prescribed patient for many years. It was an interesting opportunity to take a couple of things I was very passionate about both cannabis and digital signage and went to do some real work on two things I care about. So we dove in.  Has the profile of the operator changed?  I remember talking to another person who's involved in this space and actually being out in Denver and he was saying that there's two types of operators. There's a business people who see this as a growth opportunity, and they've already had some experience in retail or in investing or whatever, and then there's growers and growers who are turning into retailers and he said the challenge with the growers as they're growers, they're not business people and they don't really understand retail, and I'm curious if in the early days you saw a lot of them stories of dispensaries that would start up and then drop off because they didn't really know what they were doing?  Jeremy Jacobs: Yeah, and I'll take that example. Your friend gave you a pretty good insight there, but to expand on that, I don't even think it's just growers though. It's I think just very weed passionate people, like they're very passionate about it. Whether it's consuming it or making concentrates or growing it or whatever. So I would just call them plant passionate people versus business people, and it very much exists, and it doesn't today to the degree that it used to. In the beginning, someone that's a senior executive vice president of Abercrombie is not going to go start a dispensary, like during the first couple of years, we were all wondering if everybody opened these things, were all gonna go to jail. I'm sure everybody in America is going everybody in Denver is going to do it, just wait, and if all my friends at open dispensaries were sitting around, I would have conversations with the night and they're like, I'm just wondering if tonight, the DEA raids my house, and so nobody wanted to be under that scrutiny except plant passionate people. But as time got on and the federal government sorta started to take a position, even if the position was, “we don't have a position”, that's still a position, and so they're not taking an aggressive stance on it then you began to see real business people start to come into the environment and at this point, you have organizations like Cresco who just bought Columbia Care, and these operators have over a hundred stores and they're doing hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars in retail cannabis sales. These are not the type of marijuana dispensary that I think most people have in their mind. These people have entire floors of IT teams. They have entire floors and marketing teams. They do in-depth customer insight studies, and that influences every tiny nuance of their packaging and their store layouts. These are real operations, but I can still take you to Oregon right now and  walk into the shop or Nancy and Megan who are best friends and they have tie-died things up on the wall and they're very whimsical people that are just very passionate and who also have a successful sotry. Now they're not going to sell hundreds of millions of dollars to cannabis, but they're also successfully operating.  Think of it like liquor, for example, Liquor Barn exists and that's a big corporation. But, in the town I live in, everybody wants to go to Chuck's Liquors when Chuck was alive, because Chuck was just the coolest guy ever. So you went to Chuck, so they both have a place.  Yeah, I've certainly seen the same thing. I remember being an Amsterdam for ISE and, you'd stick your head into one of these coffee shops, and it was just a hole in the wall and weird but out by the hotel where I was staying, there was a dispensary that looked like an Apple store, like it was very slick.  Jeremy Jacobs: Interesting you say that. So there's this place called Euflora and Jamie Perino was one of the owners at the time and it's at the 16th street walking district in downtown Denver. This is the big street with the old piano outside and everybody wandering around a very touristy area and so we did the first project for them that I remember getting a call from them and they're like, “Hey, we open in 11 days and we've got this crazy idea where there'll be a touchscreen kiosk and it's sitting next to a jar of marijuana, and this kiosk has all this interactive stuff on it with everything about that strain of marijuana. We needed in our stores in 11 days. Can you guys do it?” And they said, oh yeah, and our budget is X, and I just laughed, and I said X is missing a couple of zeros, especially for 11 days, what are you talking about? And they're like, can you do it or not? And I said I can, but I shouldn't but I'm going to, and so we did, because we wanted to be part of the exposing of this whole thing. And so we took it on, and so when you would first walk on your floor, you can dig up some old video files from the news channels from eight years ago, it very much looked like an Apple store cause we had Apple iPads on every table next to a jar of marijuana and you can scroll up and down and see what the euphoric effects would be and does it make you sleepy, happy, hungry, horny, what's it going to do? And, in what genetics, where did it come from? And just all this interesting stuff, and people would come into that store fascinated, and so it was very Apple-esque.  How did you end up in digital signage? Cause I was looking at your bio and you've got patents in Magneto, hydrodynamics for energy exploration, drilling and everything. How did you get here?  Jeremy Jacobs: What the hell happened? Early in life I realized I didn't really like formal education. So I think I'm like nine hours from a college degree, but I dropped out and became entrepreneurial. So I became an investment broker and I worked on several different fundraising deals, most of them were driven around biodiesel. That was very active at the time when I dropped out of college, nearly two thousand, biodiesel was a thing, a lot of different technologies. And very quickly I got interested in alternative energy technologies and energy efficiency technologies, and just anything that was energy related, and technology related, and so I had an operation with about 20,000 acres of natural gas wells in Eastern Kentucky that were clean natural gas wells using advanced technologies like hydraulic fracturing. I started inventing Magneto hydrodynamic technologies that's used by Chevron and Exxon and people that. It goes down in oil wells. It's used to eliminate paraffin and that technology has now been adopted by the DoD to make airlines, to make fighter jets fly farther because the fluid systems flow better and a lot of different things, and then 2008 came, so I own a quarry, that's mine and silica for Silicon to make marker processors, and I got a bunch of natural gas, wells and magnetic technologies, and 2008 comes, 2007 comes, the housing crisis collapses, everything and natural gas went from about $14 in MCF, which was a vast majority of the revenue that we were driving to like a dollar and a half in MCF, which is the unit that you produce and sell for, it stands for thousand cubic feet, and I needed $3 to make that make sense, right? And now it's at a dollar and a half. So I went from really cash flow positive to a hundred percent cash flow negative and just a matter of months. And on top of that, when you own a bunch of quarries, nobody's buying any materials, and so I look up and literally everything I'm involved in just all of a sudden is collapsing and I don't have the payroll to make payroll for this massive bunch of employees. We had several offices in different parts across the country. And surely it was excruciatingly painful fast. Everything had to close, and so here's, here's the reality. I'm at home depressed out of my mind. I've just had to lay everyone off. I've had to shut in all these gas wells. I've had to lock the gates on all these quarries and nobody wants to talk about anything, everybody's going broke and my wife comes to me and she says, you've got to do something. We have kids we have to feed, we have bills we have to pay. You cannot sit here and be depressed, and I had seen somewhere I think it was in a mall. A friend of mine had built a TV screen, turned sideways, and it had Adobe Flash player on it, and it was playing some animated motion graphics that he controlled on a desktop PC inside this big kiosk and I thought I could do something similar to that, and so I literally grabbed a 32 inch Vizio TV out of my living room. My wife goes, where are you going with my TV? I said, I'll bring it back to you. I'll see you in a week, and she goes, you are leaving with the TV for a week? I said, yeah, and you'll get a bigger one, I promise, and I grabbed the Toshiba laptop that my field hands that would go around, they had to log what parts they use and how long they were on job sites and stuff, and I grabbed one of these old stinky laptops that smells like crude oil and hung it in a friend of mine's restaurant in Clarkson, Kentucky. It was called K's cafe and it was political season, and so I'm going to tell a story about myself here, Dave, and so I go around and build these very animated PowerPoints and I'm changing the files out via LogMeIn at the time. I didn't even have any software, digital signage software. I didn't even know about the digital signage thing. And so I'm like, I gotta sell ads on this thing, so I go to this guy that's running for sheriff, and I told a little white lie. I was like, Hey man, the other guy that's running for sheriff, he's buying in on my screens. It's in the most high traffic restaurant, and apparently legally, I've got to offer you the same opportunity at the same price. He goes, why what's he paying? And I told him, he goes, I'll take it, and so then I went to the guy that I just told a white lie and said, this other guy is buying. It was, which was actually true the second time. That's how I got started, I had to feed my kids. I had a 32-inch Vizio TV and a busted up laptop and I sold some people aspiring to be politicians, some ads and some real estate agents, and it just grew from there. I look up and I'm in hundreds of restaurants and fitness centers with the DOH network and six months later, a friend of mine says, Hey, can you use one of those silly ad TVs and make a menu on it because the price of salmon keeps fluctuating so much. I got to put these mailbox letters, and so we made, which was one of the early digital menus. I think we'd both agree, 2009-2009 was not the dawning moment of digital menus. It wasn't the precipice of it. That was very early. And so we started using those and saw opportunities to replace those little black felt directories with the letters you run out of the M, and so you flip the W upside down, it's all bow legged looking, on the little felt boards. We started making digital directories integrated with Google sheets, so you could change it easily and the rest was history, man. I dove in and needless to say, the kids are fed now. The wife is happy. She got a bigger TV. I think it's 70 inch now. So everyone's cool.  That's a hell of a pivot.  Jeremy Jacobs: Yeah, buddy. Necessity is the mother of invention.  All right. This was terrific. I really enjoyed our conversation. Jeremy Jacobs: Yeah, man. I was going to start off this morning saying longtime listener, first time caller. I've been watching your website, your blog, your podcast for as long as I can remember. So it's been an honor to finally get to be a part of it, and I really appreciate it.  Thank you for taking the time with me. Jeremy Jacobs: I thank you, Dave.

The Midday Show
Desmond Ridder with Andy & Randy on who the Falcons QB1 will be

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Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 6:47


Desmond Ridder Timestamps 0:20 - On the first few days of being a pro 0:46 - What the biggest adjustment has been so far  1:37 - What he sees that could be fun with this offense  2:18 - Players he is practicing with 2:57 - Competing with Marcus Mariota 3:54 - On working to be starting QB 4:26 - On roomates at Rookie Minicamp 5:20 - What he will take with him from his time in Cincinnati 6:16 - Being a Door Dash driver

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English Evan returns to the show with an inside scoop on Door Dash!

The Jubal Show - Just The Clips

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 5:04


If you have ever had a problem with Door Dash and don't know who to complain to, The Jubal Show has you covered! Today they have an inside source from Door Dash in studio!Leave a rating and review wherever you listen. It will help the show out in a big way. If that's not your thing, you can find us on social media here:https://instagram.com/thejubalshowhttps://twitter.com/thejubalshowhttps://www.tiktok.com/@thejubalshow

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English Evan returns with the inside scoop on Door Dash!

The Jubal Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 56:58


Jubal Fresh says what we are all feeling on Sounds Trendy, Evalyn pranks her husband in this Jubal Phone Prank, The Jubal Show finds a list in this War of the Roses, The Jubal Show finds how this man really got inured in this Dirty Little Secret, Alex Fresh reports on pooping in your bed and blaming it on somebody else in Idiot News Network, this First Date Follow Up may have actually ended in a success and English Evan stops by with the inside scoop on Door Dash!Leave a rating and review wherever you listen. It will help the show out in a big way. If that's not your thing, you can find us on social media here:https://instagram.com/thejubalshowhttps://twitter.com/thejubalshowhttps://www.tiktok.com/@thejubalshow

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ATL UTD'S ATTACK IS FIRING, CAN THE DEFENSE CATCH UP? + NASHVILLE SC MATCH PREVIEW | FIVE STRIPE WEEKLY #227

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Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 28:44


In this episode, AJ reviews the New England Revolution match and the attack seemingly firing now, but can the defense catch up? He also discusses the news and injury updates from the week and previews the Nashville match over the weekend. What are your thoughts? COMMENT TO JOIN IN! TODAY'S SPONSOR: Thinking Man Tavern is a cozy neighborhood pub where you can grab a tasty beverage or something delicious from the menu - to go! Locally sourced, house made and offering curbside takeout. Simply pay for your to go order over the phone, let them know when you've arrived, and they will bring the food to you. Curbside service will be available during normal business hours. Also on GrubHub, DoorDash and Uber Eats. Go check out Thinking Man Tavern! Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/2Lf2CPUbqvTRVkLj9 --------- ▶ Find our podcast in audio form on your favorite podcatchers! --------- ▶ Support the channel while you shop for ATL UTD gear (at no extra cost to you!): https://www.amazon.com/shop/atlantaunitedfantv --------- ▶ COP FROM OUR SHOP (grab some ATL UTD fan gear!): https://teechip.com/stores/tackl --------- About Atlanta United Fan TV: We are created by fans for the fans of Atlanta United and soccer. Join the community to get in on the conversation! Bringing you fan cams, podcasts, vlogs, mini-documentaries and much more! If you're a 17, we want to hear from you! Whatever you want to say about ATL UTD you can say it in the comments below. And to get in touch with us, connect with us: ▶ INSTAGRAM: https://goo.gl/9uOLVn ▶ TWITTER: https://goo.gl/5uc709 ▶ TWITCH: https://www.twitch.tv/atlutdfantv ▶ DISCORD: https://discord.gg/C4RXb2b ▶ FACEBOOK: https://tinyurl.com/y3ga5mst ▶ SNAPCHAT: atlutdfantv17 ▶ TIK TOK: atlutdfantv

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Trend Lightly

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 87:00


Are TikTok beauty gurus being paid for bad reviews? Are the Kardashian's launching their own weed line? Does Justin Bieber throw down like crazy? Is Elizabeth Olsen dealing with more stalkers than she lets on? “That's it” is giving Trend Lightly listeners a special discount. So if you're looking to try theses fruit bars fr yourself, head over to thatsitfruit.com/trend and use code TREND to get 20% off your order TELL US YOUR MOST EMBARRASSING INTERNET STORIES ANONYMOUSLY!  Support the show: BUY OUR MERCH & JOIN OUR PATREON LINKS: The emergency alert sent out Saturday morning startled many in Los Angeles County when it hit their smart phones with a loud alarm and vibration. Live performance (Ukraine Wins Eurovision)  People Are Freaking Out Over The Way Kendall Jenner Cuts Cucumbers — Like, They're Calling It The Most Absurd Thing They've Ever Seen Inez Krim reenacts the scene with audio from Kendall's home tour Itsbecomingawholething's theory on Kendall's cucumber cutting Elizabeth Olsen Vanity Fair Lie Detector Test :48-2:18 (Alana Haim) 8:24-8:43 (Fan Art) Selena comments and deletes video Meredith Duxbury reviews Jones Road What the Foundation? Mikayla Lanoguera also hates the foundation after trying it Meredith and Mikayla have stitched each others reviews in the past

R.O.G. Return on Generosity
84. Ron Tite - What Generous Leaders Think Do and Say

R.O.G. Return on Generosity

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 29:58


84. Ron Tite - What Generous Leaders Think Do and Say “If monopoly, the most pure capitalist board game, the definition of capitalism, believes we need to be more generous as leaders toward people beyond our offices than certainly we can.”  Guest Info: An entrepreneur, speaker, and best-selling author, Ron Tite has always blurred the lines between art and commerce. He has been an award-winning advertising writer and Creative Director for some of the world's most respected brands including Air France, DoorDash, Evian, Johnson & Johnson, Intel, Microsoft, Volvo, and many others.  He is founder and chief creative officer of Church+State, host and executive producer of the hit podcast, “The Coup”, and executive producer of the documentary film, Fresh Water (Crave, 2021). He has written for television. Wrote and performed a hit play. Created a branded art gallery. And published an award winning comedy book with the cast from CBC Radio's hit show, “This is That”. In demand as a speaker all over the world, Ron speaks to leading organizations about creativity, disruption, branding, and leadership.  Ron's first book was, (Co-written by Scott Kavanagh and Christopher Novais), was published by HarperCollins in 2016. His most recent book, Think • Do • Say: How to Seize Attention and Build Trust in a Busy Busy World, hit store shelves in October of 2019. Ron sits on the advisory boards for the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival and the Institute for Health & Human Potential. Favorite Quote: "Truth and trust in an organization means there's no meeting before the meeting." —  `Suzie Welch R.O.G. Takeaway Tips: What do you think? Meaning what is your bigger purpose, your “why”, your values and beliefs. What do you do? What are the actions you take, things you prioritize that honor what you think. What do you say? Take a scroll and audit your posts, tweets and articles. Hear the words you use when communicating with others. Do they echo your purpose and express it in meaningful ways?  This week, invest some quality time considering what you believe. With respect to that belief – what actions are congruent and activated? Lastly, think about the messages you share, the stories you tell and the impact you make with your words. It matters. Trust matters. You matter. Resources: RonTite.com Ron Tite on Twitter (@RonTite) Ron Tite on LinkedIn (in/RonTite) ChurchState.co Everyone's an Artist (or at Least They Should Be): How Creativity Gives You the Edge in Everything You Do Think. Do. Say.: How to Seize Attention and Build Trust in a Busy, Busy World Think. Do. Say. Audiobook Ron Tite - Named "Top 10 Creative Canadians", Innovation Expert and Bestselling Author Coming Next: Episode 85: we will be joined by Michele Meyer-Shipp, CEO Dress for Success Worldwide Credits: Ron Tite, Sheep Jam Productions, Host Shannon Cassidy, Bridge Between, Inc.

Brotherly Pod
Flyerside Chat #56 "The Jeremiah Trilogy"

Brotherly Pod

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 66:00


Shane and Dan return to talk sketchy trips to the bank, the Food Gauntlet, Shane cancels Door Dash, Dan talk's his famous role as Jeremiah, being horny in a HomeGoods, more!

JEFF FM
GETTING MARRIED TO A PROSTITUTE | JEFF FM | Ep. 48

JEFF FM

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 39:32


Get 25% off and zero delivery fees on their first order of $15 or more, when you download the DoorDash app and enter code JEFFFM  Join the Discord so you can become a caller https://discord.gg/KstfUrQSUq Get Early Access, Bonus Content, Deleted Scenes, BTS

Gluten is NOT your problem
Walter Goes Viral

Gluten is NOT your problem

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 54:58


Walter escapes the plague, fixes Door Dash and everybody's favorite segment, "Come on Walter just try it." is back. Bon Apetit! Music: 'John & Friends' by Kevin Hejmanowski https://www.facebook.com/partunes/ glutenisnotyourproblem@gmail.com IG: @glutenisnotyourproblem FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/210939312308157/

Oh My Pod! with Chelsea Riffe
Ep. 168 - How to stop putting people on pedestals

Oh My Pod! with Chelsea Riffe

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 38:22


Influencers, celebs and mega coaches are often treated as mythical Gods. We think they're untouchable, immune to the suffering life brings, and have zero worries in the world. We think they don't deal with the “everyday” things we do — paying an extra $25 on DoorDash for a 14 inch pizza that costs $18 or feeling insecure when their crush ghosts them on Date 3. When we put them on pedestals, we dehumanize them. In the same vein, we make ourselves small. The automatic comparison and projection prompts self-doubt, imposter syndrome, and keeps us stuck in a constant cycle of feeling inspired, then comparing, sabotaging or worse, staying stuck and never trying at all. In today's solo ep, Chelsea deep dives into this concept. Why do we put so much weight into social following? Why are we so quick to take IG photos as truth? Why don't we use more discernment when making snap judgments? She also shares ways to take people off of pedestals so you can finally get out there and shoot your shot. Pitch that host. Message your fave mentor to come on your podcast. Land a dream guest interview. Your stories matter. If you're interested in learning more about these mindset strategies, especially as it comes to creating and conversing with other people, you'll love Interview & Hosting Lab. It's a 2 hour workshop all about the art & science of storytelling and hosting jaw-dropping interviews. You can learn more and register right here. References mentioned in this episode: The School of Life - On Melancholy Forbes Under 30 Summit with Alexandra Cooper CONNECT WITH CHELSEA: Website: chelseariffe.com IG: @chelseariffe + @nonexpertopinionpod Email: info@chelseariffe.com Work with Chelsea: https://www.chelseariffe.com/links LINKS: INTERVIEW & HOSTING LAB REGISTRATION: https://www.chelseariffe.com/interview-and-hosting-lab Want to launch, grow, or monetize your own podcast? Apply right HERE. Try Curious Elixirs booze-free cocktails! Get $10 off an order of $50 or more with code RIFFE22, or click HERE. Try Open Mindfulness app for 30 days free right HERE.

Outliers with Daniel Scrivner
20 Minute Playbook: Gokul Rajaram – Prolific Angel Investor and Product and Business Helper at DoorDash

Outliers with Daniel Scrivner

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 20:41


“I always believe the hierarchy of anyone, any individual should be health, then family, then work. Why not family before health? Because if you're not healthy, you become a burden to your family and you can't help them. So, your health is actually very, very important.” – Gokul Rajaram Gokul Rajaram (@gokulr) is an angel investor and Product and Business Helper at DoorDash. He started his career as a Technical Lead at Juno, and has since led product development at Google, Facebook, and Square. He is an investor and advisor in many companies, and is an active member of several Boards, including Coinbase, Pinterest, and The Trade Desk. Show notes with links, quotes, and a transcript of the episode: https://www.danielscrivner.com/notes/angel-investor-gokul-rajaram-playbook-show-notes Topics discussed with Gokul Rajaram 00:01:21 – The evolution of crypto 00:02:44 – Superpowers and struggles 00:06:08 – Inspirations and the importance of exercise 00:08:24 – Recommended books 00:10:19 – Tools and routines 00:12:26 – Defining success 00:14:32 – International investing Sign up here for Outlier Debrief, our weekly newsletter that highlights the latest episode, expands on important business and investing concepts, and contains the best of what we read each week. Follow Outlier Academy on Twitter: https://twitter.com/outlieracademy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

After Hours
Managing the Chip Shortage and the Future of Ride Sharing

After Hours

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 33:59


In this episode, Felix, Mihir and Charlotte discuss what countries and companies should do about the chip shortage and discuss the future of Uber, Lyft and Doordash.

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano
'Gig economy', Doordash e Transport Workers Union raggiungono un accordo per tutelare i rider

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 8:21


L'azienda americana Doordash ed il sindacato dei trasportatori australiano hanno raggiunto un accordo che prevede maggiore trasparenza e sicurezza per i rider.

The Sip with Ryland Adams and Lizze Gordon
Ryland's 31st Birthday SURPRISE! ..Aging isn't easy

The Sip with Ryland Adams and Lizze Gordon

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 59:03


Go to http://upstart.com/thesip to find out how Upstart can lower your monthly rate. Go to http://joinhoney.com/SIP to get Honey for FREE! Get 25% off and zero delivery fees on your first order of $15 or more when you download the DoorDash app and enter code SIP. On today's episode of The Sip, Lizze throws a surprise party for Ryland's 31st birthday! Ryland Claims he got sick from a spider bite and cameraman Chris got scammed. Go Fund Me link for he Torres family: https://www.gofundme.com/f/kyqzc-the-torres-family

Rideshare Rodeo Podcast
#125 | Can The Gig Economy Stay Independent Contractor Worker Model?

Rideshare Rodeo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 54:20


Tuesday Podcast drop happens weekly at 7am EST every Tuesday.  Today and the next 3 weeks, the Tuesday podcast will drop at 7pm on Tuesday.  Then starting Tuesday, May 31st 2022, we will be back at the 7am drop every Tuesday.  Also, watch for bonus podcasts coming out this month, there is going to be at least 3 per week for the remainder of May 2022.  Enjoy the extras! .:: THIS WEEKS NEWS TOPICS ::. Grubhub Is Offering Free Lunch to Everyone in New York City - Thrillist Uber Is Ready to Accept Failure, Sort Of – UberLyftDrivers Uber shareholders to vote on lobbying disclosure proposal | TechCrunch An original Uber competitor trying to build a new rideshare model (cnbc.com) Denver deputy fired after inmates smuggled drugs through Uber Eats delivery | FOX31 Denver (kdvr.com) DoorDash, TWU sign industry-first agreement on gig economy principles (smartcompany.com.au) ************** .:: BECOME A PATREON MEMBER AND HELP SUPPORT OUR CREATIVE CONTENT ::. https://www.patreon.com/RideshareRodeo .:: DOWNLOAD MAXYMO, DUH, FLEXALERT ::. https://middletontech.com/our-app.html?source=uber-lyft-drivers .:: Dashing Grandpa YouTube Channel ::. https://www.youtube.com/c/DashingGrandpa .:: Sponsored by Middleton Tech ::. Website: https://middletontech.com/our-app.html?source=uber-lyft-drivers YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6MH... Twitter: https://twitter.com/Middleton_Tech .:: Rideshare Rodeo Links ::. Podcast: https://ridesharerodeo.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/RideshareRo... Twitter: https://twitter.com/RideshareRodeo FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/61412... .:: ULD: Gig Economy News Website ::. Website: https://uberlyftdrivers.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/uberlyftdrivers ********** DOWNLOAD MAXYMO, DUH, FLEXALERT: https://middletontech.com/our-app.html?source=uber-lyft-drivers DISPLAY RIDE DASHCAM, NO UPFRONT COST, ENTER PROMO CODE "STEVE" $20/month: https://www.displayride.com/driver-solution/ Sign up for Para: https://withpara.app.link/RODEO Sign up to drive for Curri: https://drivecurri.app.link/fom2uFMcCib Sign up for Dumpling using promo code RODEO2022 and when you complete 8 shops in 90 days you will receive and $200 bonus: https://dumpling.us/business Check out the Gig Economy Podcast: https://www.gigeconomy-podcast.com **WEEKLY: TUESDAY PODCAST & FRIDAY ROUNDTABLE PODCAST**

Roach Motel with Josh Potter
84 - Surgery Cysters w/ Annie Lederman - The Josh Potter Show

Roach Motel with Josh Potter

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 55:38


It's a special episode this week as Papa Roach is recovering from his recent surgery, and we've got Annie Lederman in to share her side of helping him on the big day! Thank you for all the well wishes along the way, and let us know what you think the cyst should be named! Check out the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thejoshpottershow  Josh Potter's New Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpREVmHBIx4QIQLA5ZUx0wA Josh Potter's New Email: joshpottershow@gmail.com  Josh Potter Links https://twitch.tv/josh_potter https://twitter.com/j_potter https://instagram.com/josh_potter SPONSORS: DoorDash -Get 25% off and ZERO delivery fees on your first order of $15 or more when you download the DoorDash app and enter code JOSH

Trend Lightly
The YouTuber to Faith Healer Pipeline

Trend Lightly

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 103:37


Tiffany is back from the woods, Azealia Banks is back on Twitter, Emma Chamberlain's unfortunate choice of jewelry for the MET Gala is being overshadowed by Kim K's tribute to Marilyn Monroe, Beauty Guru Michelle Phan healed crippled man, Avatar may be starring YOU and GenZ is accruing debt to keep up with the new trends. LINKS! List of AH/JD abuse myths debunked : Deuxmoi Azealia Banks Returns to Twitter to Bash Men Who Can't Eat Pussy and the President of Ukraine https://twitter.com/Azealiaishere/status/1523386970553995265?s=20&t=JwKzilffZRL-NHAimD4IdA Emma Chamberlain wears Maharaja of Patiala's Cartier Diamond Choker Galtsconditioning wonders if TikTok can sell the images of people who use the Avatar filter to the studio  The stats here on Klarna/Afterpay are horrifying… 73% of Gen Z purchases are for fashion, 43% of them miss a payment. There's basically a subprime loan crisis bubbling for Shein 'Buy now, pay later' is sending the TikTok generation spiraling into debt, popularized by San Francisco tech firms Screenshots from Michelle's IG Stories A Top YouTube Beauty Guru Has an Ugly History of Peddling Pseudoscience Bullshit From Makeup Tutorials to a Cult — What's up With These Rumors About Michelle Phan? What is this about Michelle Phan being in a bdsm cult!?!? Anyone got the details? Via Reddit r/beautyguruchatter Beauty and Fashion Youtuber Princess Mei/Mei Yan/Rotten Mei deletes new Poly relationship “Queer&A” after concern for the safety of her and her young following Via r/beautyguruchatter @buildyourcastle on Twitter breaks down the Princess Mei BDSM / Poly Scandal

Castle Super Beast
CSB 166: Boobs&Butts RPG: Find Out What It Means To Be Born

Castle Super Beast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 195:51


Download for Mobile | Podcast Preview | Full Timestamps Everything Everywhere All At Once (No Spoilers) The Batman's Casting Gamble Worked Just Call It Overwatch 1.1 Disqualified For Unwashed Ass Kojima Genres Were The Tip Of The Iceberg You can watch us record the podcast live on twitch.tv/castlesuperbeast Go to http://bombas.com/superbeast to get 20% off your first purchase! -- Get 25% off and zero delivery fees on their first order of $15 or more, when you download the DoorDash app and enter code CASTLE. -- Go to http://hellofresh.com/superbeast16 and use code superbeast16 for up to 16 free meals AND 3 free gifts! Overwatch 2 New Map Lighting Comparison Yu-Gi-Oh! tournaments are set to penalize players for being smelly EVE x Microsoft Excel is happening. Soon you'll be able to transport in game date directly into Excel.  Final Fantasy 16 devs worked on a cancelled IP very similar to Bloodborne E3 2001 iteration of Duke Nukem Forever has leaked Furi coming to PS5 alongside DLC ‘Onnamusha' and free update on May 17 Obi-Wan Kenobi trailer WWE signs deal for new wresting RPG

Vote Pro Pot-Cast: Marijuana Politics & Policy
E209 Door Dash Weed Delivery, Cannabis Tops Starbucks in Sales, and More

Vote Pro Pot-Cast: Marijuana Politics & Policy

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 32:47


Hang out with Andrew, Jay, and Phil as they dive head-long into the latest cannabis news, trends, and other weedy stuff, including Door Dash is getting into the weed delivery business in Canada Cannabis beats out Starbucks coffee in 2021 sales revenue Study finds cannabis flower use helps with fatigue Our take on R&R Hall of Fame inductees and more VoteProPot@gmail.com VoteProPot-Cast YouTube LinkedIn Instagram

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Dr. Fauci urges vaccination, booster shots

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 161:06


Today on Boston Public Radio: Dr. Anthony Fauci discusses the state of the pandemic, including the importance of getting booster shots, how to make decisions around gathering and the need for federal COVID-19 funding. Fauci is the chief medical adviser to President Joe Biden and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Then, listeners respond to the conversation with Dr. Fauci and latest COVID-19 news. Charlie Sennott updates listeners on the latest news from Russia's invasion of Ukraine, including Russia's Victory Day parade marking the defeat of Nazi Germany during World War Two, and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden's visit with Ukrainian First Lady Olena Zelenska. Sennott is a news analyst for GBH, where he also heads up the GroundTruth Project. Dr. Cheryl Hamlin shares her reaction to the leaked Supreme Court decision that could overturn Roe v. Wade, and what it means for her and other abortion care providers across the country. Dr. Hamlin is an obstetrician and gynecologist at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge. She travels monthly to perform care at Jackson Women's Health Organization in Mississippi. Revs. Irene Monroe and Emmett G. Price III weigh in on the many religious groups that support abortion rights, and the outsized affect of white Evangelical Christian views. Monroe is a syndicated religion columnist and the Boston voice for Detour's African American Heritage Trail. Price is founding pastor of Community of Love Christian Fellowship in Allston, and the Inaugural Dean of Africana Studies at Berklee College of Music. Together they host the “All Rev'd Up” podcast. Corby Kummer talks about the White House convening its first food insecurity conference in 50 years, and Alaskan residents receiving take out via DoorDash delivered by plane. Kummer is executive director of the Food and Society policy program at the Aspen Institute, a senior editor at The Atlantic and a senior lecturer at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy. We end the show by asking listeners what food they think is worth delivery by plane.

Snacks Daily

The New York Times just told us that buying Wordle brought in tens of millions of new users, but was Wordle worth it? The answer is _ _ _ _ _. DoorDash isn't just delivering to you anymore — It just jumped into the kitchen to whip up your next fried chicken & waffles (with hot sauce and honey). And tech stocks just had their worst day in two years because after overindulging… comes the hangover.  $DASH $NYT $SPY $QQQ Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok: @tboypod And now watch us on Youtube Want a Shoutout on the pod? Fill out this form Got the Best Fact Yet? We got a form for that too Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast
237: Mind Games with Johnny Depp

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 67:09


THE NEW WEBSITE: https://tmgstudios.tv  This week Cody and Noel create a new game show, discuss the Amber Heard and Johnny Depp trial, and explore the amazing landscape of Indiana.  If you listen on Apple Podcasts, go to: https://apple.co/tmgstudios To sign up for the newsletter go to https://tmgstudios.tv ! For a limited time, our listeners can get 25% off and zero delivery fees on their first order of $15 or more, when you download the DoorDash app and enter code tiny. Merch: http://tmgpod.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tinymeatgang Tour Tickets: http://tinymeattour.com Highlights Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdftuX9H8kW14Njxtpnuy3Q  CODY http://youtube.com/codyko http://twitter.com/codyko http://instagram.com/codyko NOEL http://youtube.com/thenoelmiller http://twitter.com/thenoelmiller http://instagram.com/thenoelmiller