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Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition
Examining ETA's Growth Potential in Frontier Markets

Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 29:00


Santiago Perez Teuffer, Managing Partner at Cerralvo Capital - a search fund investment firm based in Mexico City - discusses his journey into the world of ETA as well as his current work at Cerralvo as the firm approaches its third fund. The conversation revolves around the compelling future of ETA in new frontier markets in Europe and Asia, and Santiago shares his insights on navigating these international opportunities for both entrepreneurs and investors - including the top countries for search fund activity and growth rate.

Acquiring Minds
How to Buy a Salon as an Industry Outsider (and Survive)

Acquiring Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 54:56


Sarah Romer bought a large but tired hair salon in Austin for $80k. Her first year as owner was the hardest of her life. (This is a rebroadcast from November 2021.)Themes from Sarah's interview: The formula for estimating the value of a salon or beauty business What to do when sellers overestimate the worth of their company Where to cut costs after you've made an acquisition  Underestimating the importance of company culture The stress of owning and managing a retail business The process of exiting a business you've acquired Reach Sarah at:Sarah dot Romer at gmail dot comRegister for a live gathering of SMB, Micro-PE, and ETA owners, operators and investors:SMBashOverhaul your website with ongoing support & unlimited edits, all for a flat monthly fee:EversiteOriginal episode page & show notes at AcquiringMinds.co:How to Buy a Salon as an Industry Outsider (and Survive)Connect with Acquiring Minds: See past + future interviews on the YouTube channel Connect with host Will Smith on LinkedIn Follow Will on Twitter

The Nonlinear Library
AF - Quick thoughts on "scalable oversight" / "super-human feedback" research by David Scott Krueger

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 2:55


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Quick thoughts on "scalable oversight" / "super-human feedback" research, published by David Scott Krueger on January 25, 2023 on The AI Alignment Forum. The current default view seems to roughly be: Inner alignment is more important than outer alignment (or, alternatively, this distinction is bad/sub-optimal, but basically it's all about generalizing correctly) Scalable oversight is the only useful form of outer alignment research remaining. We don't need to worry about sample efficiency in RLHP -- in the limit we just pay everyone to provide feedback, and in practice even a few thousand samples (or a "constition") seems ~good enough. But maybe it's not good? Because it's more like capabilities research? A common example used for motivating scalable oversight is the "AI CEO". My views are: We should not be aiming to build AI CEOs We should be aiming to robustly align AIs to perform "simpler" behaviors that unaided humans (or humans aided with more conventional tools, not, e.g. AI systems trained with RL to do highly interpretive work) feel they can competently judge. We should aim for a situation where there is broad agreement against building AIs with more ambitious alignment targets (e.g. AI CEOs). From this PoV, scalable oversight does in fact look mostly like capabilities research. However, scalable oversight research can still be justified because "If we don't, someone else will". But this type of replaceability argument should always be treated with extreme caution. The reality is more complex: 1) there will be tipping points where it suddenly ceases to apply, and your individual actions actually have a large impact on norms. 2) The details matter, and the tipping points are in different places for different types of research/applications, etc. It may also make sense to work on scalable oversight in order to increase robustness of AI performance on tasks humans feel they can competently judge ("robustness amplification"). For instance, we could use unaided human judgments and AI-assisted human judgments as safety filters, and not deploy a system unless both processes conclude it is safe. Getting AI systems to safely perform simpler behaviors safely remains an important research topic, and will likely require improving sample efficiency; the sum total of available human labor will be insufficient for robust alignment, and we probably need to use different architectures / hybrid systems of some form as well. EtA: the main issue I have with scalable oversight is less that it is advancing capabilities, per se, and more that it seems to raise a "chicken-and-egg" problem, i.e. the arguments for safety/alignment end up being somewhat circular: "this system is safe because the system we used as an assistant was safe" (but I don't think we've solved the "build a safe assistant" part yet, i.e. we don't have the base case for the induction). Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.

Farm4Profit Podcast
Could The H2A Program be a Solution for Your Farm?

Farm4Profit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 60:47


Understanding the H2A Process/Program Shay Foulk – Ag View Solutons, Profit Manager Pre-RollAround the room solo introductionKeep sending those ideas to farm4profitllc@gmail.com or find us all over social media. We greatly appreciate YOUR help in growing our audience.Topic for the day – Labor is getting harder to find, could using the H2A program be the solution for you?John Deere Mid-Roll Commercial Introduce Guests:Bio #1Bio#2 What is H2A?The H-2A temporary agricultural program allows agricultural employers who anticipate a shortage of domestic workers to bring nonimmigrant foreign workers to the U.S. to perform agricultural labor or services of a temporary or seasonal nature.What does it take to qualify for the H-2A Program?a business's need for workers must:• be agricultural in nature,• not involve processing a commodity from its raw state into an altered state (e.g., canning), and• be temporary (generally less than ten months long).The business must also be able to prove that it is unable to find qualified American workers for open job positions—and that hiring H-2A workers will not put American workers at a disadvantage.The ProcessPre-Filing – The government requires a lot of information from you before it will grant you a Temporary Labor Certification.2. SWA – We then submit your Application, on your behalf, to your local State Workforce Agency (SWA).3. DOL – We then submit, on your behalf, the approved Application, along with additional information and documentation, to the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).4. Advertising – The DOL then posts the details of the job on seasonaljobs.dol.gov. The process then pauses for about a week5. USCIS – We generate a Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker and submit it, on your behalf, If you are trying to hire workers who are outside of the country, the USCIS sends the visa petitions to the applicable consulate. The workers then go to the consulate and undergoan interview.TimeframesIn general, the whole process, from application to worker arrival, takes about 90 days.When Should You Apply?H-2A regulations only allow employers to submit Applications for Temporary Labor Certification 60-75 days before the date on which they need workers to arrive.During the application process, you will choose a start and end date (your Period of Need) for the workers. These dates should reflect your need for workers as accurately as possible.How Many Workers Should You Request?As with your period of need, the number of workers you request certification to hire must accurately reflect your actual needs.Employers should never request more workers than they expect they will need.If You Need Workers at Different Times of the Year, you may be able to submit multiple applications and obtain certification to hire workers during each period. If the two or more periods are related but do not, together, cover more than 10 months of the year, you can usually submit multiple applications—one for each period.Give an ExampleEmployer ObligationsProvide workers (H-2A and American) with work contracts orcopies of the Approved Job Order (ETA Form 790).Reimburse workers for their transportation and subsistence expenses within the first pay period, including:o the Consulate Fee of $190,o the round-trip plane tickets, ando subsistence costs, including food, lodging, and fuel costs• Help the workers get everything they need upon arrival,including:o a driver's license/CDL (if required for the job),o a Social Security Card, ando a bank account.• Give the workers what they need for the job, including:o free housing that meets OSHA or ETA standards, depending on when it was built,o free transportation to and from the worksite every day and to the grocery store once a week, ando any required tools, safety gear, including a means of two-way communication (e.g., a cell phone).• Ensure all H-2A workers are covered by Worker's Compensation at all worksites for the entire contract period.• Pay workers, at a minimum, the state minimum wage, the federal minimum wage, the prevailing wage, or your state's Adverse Effect Wage Rate (as published by the Department of Labor), whichever is the highest.• Pay workers at least twice per month. • Provide each worker with a pay slip at the end of every pay period. You can find a pay slip template with all the required fields on our database. • If your state requires it, pay workers the time-and-a-half rate for overtime. In most states, H-2A workers are exempt from overtime. However, some states, like California and Minnesota, require employers to pay the overtime rate if workers work more than a set number of hours.• Never take deductions from a worker's paycheck, except as required by law (e.g., taxes, if applicable) or as specified on your Application for Temporary Labor Certification.• If you have American workers performing the same duties as H-2A workers, pay them at least the same wage rate and offer them the same benefits. Meal ArrangementsEmployers are partially responsible for worker meals. Employers must choose and adhere to one of the following options for the duration of the work period:• Option 1: You provide three meals a day for each worker. In this case, you may charge each worker (or deduct from their pay) the daily rate set by the Department of Labor for the provided food. This rate changes periodically. You can find the current rate on the DOL's website or by contacting us.• Option 2: You furnish free and convenient cooking and kitchen facilities for workers to prepare their own meals and provide them with free transportation once a week to purchase groceries. Three-Quarter RuleThe Three-Quarter rule requires you to guarantee a worker employment and payment for at least 3⁄4 of the work hours in the contract period.What are some best practices you have seen successful farms using?Can you share labor with a neighboring farmer?What types of penalties exist if you don't follow the rules?Are the rules subject to change with upcoming legislation?  Is the program in jeopardy?Anything else we should cover?Please share contact information and any additional resources.What does Success look like to you?

The Toby Gribben Show
Anthony Hyland

The Toby Gribben Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 11:44


Episodes one and two of the documentary series 'Clout' have been released detailing Anthony Hyland, a U.S. Service member's struggle to clear his name after false allegations were made against him on social media of sexual assault.Clout is an examination of what drives a person to weave a web of deceit in exchange for notoriety. Clout will evoke a visceral response of gut-wrenching disbelief as you watch Hyland wrestle with death threats against him and his family, and go through the legal process with NCIS through a federal investigation."That's what my life was worth? Two grand?"Anthony Hyland is a decorated United States Naval Sailor currently stationed in Honolulu HI. He is a published author and spoken word poet. Hyland holds a B.A. in Mass Communications from Vorhees College and a certificate of completion from Harvard Business School for Entrepreneurship Essentials.While at college he held the title of Third Vice President of the NAACP and president of the Eta lota chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Acquiring Minds
Buying a $3m Course Business (Whose Founder is the Face)

Acquiring Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 36:39


Online course businesses have dazzling margins but a key weakness. Dom Wells explains how to acquire one & make it work. Topics from the interview with Dom: Opportunity for acquisition entrepreneurs to buy a course business What to look for when acquiring a course The role a course founder's personal story plays How to ease the founder's face out of the brand Why faces of successful students of the course are actually more valuable How courses can charge so much ($500 and more) Buying underperforming Udemy courses Importance of marketing funnels to a course business Ongoing development costs of a course (vs. SaaS) Links & how to contact Dom: Proofread Anywhere More backstory on Proofread Anywhere: How I Built A $200K/Month Business Selling Proofreading Courses Udemy @DomWellsOnfolio LinkedIn Onfolio Register for a live gathering of SMB, Micro-PE, and ETA owners, operators and investors:SMBashLearn more about Walker Deibel's done-with-you buy-side advisory:The Acquisition LabConnect with Acquiring Minds: See past + future interviews on the YouTube channel Connect with host Will Smith on LinkedIn Follow Will on Twitter

Coffee w/#The Freight Coach
#247 - Scott Pecoriello

Coffee w/#The Freight Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 38:01


Scott Pecoriello is the Founder & CEO of WeatherOptics. WeatherOptics was founded on the idea that weather forecasts alone do not provide value –– impact forecasts that enable proactive decision making days in advance do. We combine advanced weather models with transportation data to generate ETA slowdown and road risk predictions that allow supply chain and logistics teams to take control of their operations before disruptive weather strikes. Our impact forecasts can be implemented across a variety of industries most disrupted by weather. From power outages to business disruption, our data summarizes conditions in a single number that's focused on the bottom line and delivered days in advance. To learn more about becoming a Freight Agent: https://spi3pl.com/ To learn more about Trucker Tools: www.truckertools.com Ditch your carrier packet, Drive more carrier sales and get better load coverage with seamless digital onboarding, TMS integration, and smart load coverage, visit: https://brokercarrier.com/

Acquiring Minds
1 Year Later as Buyer of a $1m EBITDA Business

Acquiring Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 33:20


Chris Williams was a guest in 2021, just after his acquisition. He returns to share how it's going now, 14 months later. Topics from Chris's interview: System Six's growth in the first 14 months What Chris wishes he had done differently during transition Hiring challenges and how to hire from within How he has learned sales Why he likes to serve searcher-acquired businesses The first step in being a great workplace Traditional vs. self-funded search Why revenue growth does not always equal EBITDA growth Pricing challenges in the bookkeeping industry Does more investors mean more help & guidance? References & how to reach Chris: System Six LinkedIn, Twitter, chris@systemsix.com Learn more about Walker Deibel's done-with-you buy-side advisory:The Acquisition LabRegister for a live gathering of SMB, Micro-PE, and ETA owners, operators and investors:SMBashConnect with Acquiring Minds: See past + future interviews on the YouTube channel Connect with host Will Smith on LinkedIn Follow Will on Twitter

Defenders of Business Value
How To Maximize Your Value Using Quality of Earnings Reports, Elliott Holland, Guardian Due Diligence

Defenders of Business Value

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 53:22


Elliott Holland, Managing Partner of Guardian Due Diligence, joined host Ed Mysogland to discuss how a Quality of Earnings report maximizes the value of a business in a sale, reduces the risk of buyer objections, and helps secure completion of the transaction. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced and broadcast by the North Fulton Studio of Business RadioX® in Atlanta. Guardian Due Diligence Guardian Due Diligence provides Quality of Earnings for Self-Funded Searchers. They have three options to choose from, including a "Done for You" financial diligence service. Guardian's 21 accountants are from the top 3% of CPAs from the past 15 years of interviewing. How are they different & better? Alongside each Quality of Earnings, they advise their clients on how to execute better deals leveraging their 20+ years acquiring small and medium sized businesses. They are deal guys who manage accountants who help entrepreneurs buy better businesses. Want to know if a CPA firm or a full-service diligence firm like Guardian is the right choice for you? Take their 5-question assessment here. Company website | LinkedIn | YouTube Elliott Holland, Managing Partner, Guardian Due Diligence Elliott is an expert in the acquisition of small and medium sized businesses. He helps first-time buyers like you manage through the challenging and nuanced due diligence process. He's been in this space since before they called it ETA. His burning desire is to take you through a comprehensive diligence process and guard you from expensive mistakes based on his vast experience in the deal business. He's worked for the nation's best business acquisition firms like The Watermill Group and Linx Partners and then started his own acquisition firm where he apprenticed under an industry veteran. He hasn't seen it all but he's seen a lot. His Harvard MBA doesn't hurt either. Elliott started Guardian because the diligence solutions for smaller deals frankly stink. He created a better solution to help buyers avoid doing bad deals and help buyers execute deals with confidence. We all want confidence when making million-dollar investments. He caught the acquisition bug in 2009 - his first year of business school, then worked in private equity (PE) in order to gain skills from the nation's best business acquirers. Like you, Elliott started his own firm to go out and buy companies in the automotive, industrial, and healthcare space. LinkedIn Ed Mysogland, Host of How To Sell a Business Podcast The How To Sell a Business Podcast combines 30 years of exit planning, valuation, and exit execution working with business owners. Ed Mysogland has a mission and vision to help business owners understand the value of their business and what makes it salable. Most of the small business owner's net worth is locked in the company; to unlock it, a business owner has to sell it. Unfortunately, the odds are against business owners that they won't be able to sell their companies because they don't know what creates a saleable asset. Ed interviews battle-tested experts who help business owners prepare, build, preserve, and one-day transfer value with the sale of the business for maximum value. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced virtually from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta.  The show can be found on all the major podcast apps and a full archive can be found here. Ed is the Managing Partner of Indiana Business Advisors. He guides the development of the organization, its knowledge strategy, and the IBA initiative, which is to continue to be Indiana's premier business brokerage by bringing investment-banker-caliber of transactional advisory services to small and mid-sized businesses. Over the last 29 years, Ed has been appraising and providing pre-sale consulting services for small and medium-size privately-held businesses as part of the brokerage process. He has worked with entrepreneurs of every pedigree and offers a unique insight into consulting with them toward a successful outcome. Connect with Ed: LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook  

Credit Union Overtime Podcast
ACH, RTP & FedNow: What You Need to Know Now

Credit Union Overtime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 20:51


[1:10] Is there ETA on debits for Real Time Payments or Fednow? [2:13] Some financial institutions charge for Same Day ACH, but do they charge their account holders for RTP payments and for the coming FedNow payments or is it a free service? [5:00] What potential for fraud do you need to be aware of? [9:16] If an ACH is received through a service provider, do financial institutions need to contact Fed if interested in FedNow? [10:15] Can funds be accessed with both direct connection and via service provider? [10:47] What type of payment processing system is peer-to-peer (P2P) payments considered? [13:38] Do Real Time Payments move through the traditional rails? [14:18] How are accounts linked for transfer on RTP and FedNow? In this week's episode Shelly Sipple with EPCOR answers some common questions from her webinar tilted Emerging Payments: Embracing Same Day ACH, RTP & FedNow. Register and learn more here: https://fin-ed.info/3Jw96zN Podcast listeners can also use coupon code EMERGINGPAYMENTS for 10% off this timely webinar. This coupon is valid through February 2022. Check out these links for more info! Webinar Registration: https://fin-ed.info/3Jw96zN Speaker's Website: https://www.epcor.org/wcm/About_Us/wcm/about/about_us.aspx Questions? support@cuwebtraining.com Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cuwn Like us Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cuwebinars Tweet us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cuwebinars Read our blog: https://cuwebtraining.com/blog

Noticias en Español
La mirada | Luis García Montero: "Curiosa la histeria de los que no aceptan la tranquilidad"

Noticias en Español

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 2:16


Yo tuve que sufrir un Gobierno que, cuando España luchaba legítimamente contra ETA, se permitió practicar el terrorismo de Estado. Y cuando ETA se acabó, tuve que soportar otro Gobierno convirtiendo a sus víctimas en marionetas electorales, manipulando incluso los cadáveres que llenaron de tristeza la estación de Atocha. Tuve que sufrir también Gobiernos dispuestos a consolidar sistemas de robo organizado y Gobiernos capaces de utilizar los aparatos policiales y judiciales para ocultar sus robos.

Noticias de César Vidal y más
La mirada | Luis García Montero: "Curiosa la histeria de los que no aceptan la tranquilidad"

Noticias de César Vidal y más

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 2:16


Yo tuve que sufrir un Gobierno que, cuando España luchaba legítimamente contra ETA, se permitió practicar el terrorismo de Estado. Y cuando ETA se acabó, tuve que soportar otro Gobierno convirtiendo a sus víctimas en marionetas electorales, manipulando incluso los cadáveres que llenaron de tristeza la estación de Atocha. Tuve que sufrir también Gobiernos dispuestos a consolidar sistemas de robo organizado y Gobiernos capaces de utilizar los aparatos policiales y judiciales para ocultar sus robos.

The Popeular History Podcast
A Sinner, A Saint, & A Bavarian

The Popeular History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 14:09


Minisode on Pope Benedict, Pope # 265. Next regular episode ETA: before 3/19/23 Links: Summorum Pontificum: https://www.vatican.va/content/benedict-xvi/en/letters/2007/documents/hf_ben-xvi_let_20070707_lettera-vescovi.html Traditionis Custodes: https://www.vatican.va/content/francesco/en/motu_proprio/documents/20210716-motu-proprio-traditionis-custodes.html Fr Maciel Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcial_Maciel  Newsweek Article I Found Handy: https://www.newsweek.com/father-marcial-maciel-and-popes-he-stained-62811 Ratzinger deserves an applause: https://www.catholicworldreport.com/2016/02/18/full-text-pope-francis-in-flight-interview-from-mexico-to-rome/ 1989 letter: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/243756-6-juan-vaca-letters-to-pope-re-marciel Braz de Aviz: https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2020/01/marcial-maciel-benedict-francis-popes.html Regnum Christi Report: https://acrobat.adobe.com/link/review?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:6f451498-8712-372e-a356-ca7c2c8e5901 The History of Saqartvelo Georgia:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-history-of-saqartvelo-georgia/id1567806651  Tsar Power: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tsar-power/id1632832824 

Solo Documental
El crimen mas oculto de ETA 2/2 (Audio Mejorado)

Solo Documental

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 44:02


Es una historia que encoge el alma, un crimen tan repugnante que cuesta creer que haya ocurrido. Una ventosa tarde de marzo, tres muchachos gallegos que habían llegado a la localidad guipuzcoana de Irún buscando trabajo y horizontes más amplios, deciden pasar a Francia para ver una de esas películas que la censura prohibía en España. A la vuelta, en el lado izquierdo de la carretera que serpentea desde San Juan de Luz a la frontera, los chicos vislumbran las luces parpadeantes de una discoteca. Uno de esos antros de atmósfera densa, donde se puede tomar una copa, escuchar música y ver cimbrearse a alguna mujer de falda corta y ropa apretada. Los gallegos se acodan en la barra y comentan, con la desinhibición que estimulan la juventud y un puticlub donde no te conoce nadie, algunas de las ardientes escenas vistas en el cine un rato antes. Es sábado, pero el local todavía no está muy lleno. Suben el tono, se ríen e intercambian bromas, ignorantes de que en una esquina, parapetados tras unos vasos de güisqui, varios pares de ojos les observan.Uno de los que mira, el más excitado por el alcohol, es Tomás Pérez Revilla, gerifalte de ETA. Con él hay otros cuatro, que también beben a sorbos y, sobre todo cuando las risas de los gallegos se sobreponen a la música y se hacen audibles, mascullan entre dientes palabras como «hijos de puta», «cabrones» o «txakurras». Pérez Revilla y sus compinches se convencen de que los de la barra son policías camuflados y urden a toda prisa un plan. Media hora después, cuando los gallegos salen al oscuro aparcamiento, justo cuando están a punto de encaramarse al Austin 1300 en que salieron de España, los cinco etarras los interceptan a punta de pistola. Al ver el arma, dos de los gallegos se quedan estupefactos.Humberto, el mayor, se yergue peleón pero antes de que pueda mover un dedo recibe un tremendo botellazo en el cráneo. Nadie oye nada, porque la brisa que llega del cercano acantilado ahoga los ruidos. Todo ocurre muy rápido. Los etarras amarran a la espalda las manos de sus prisioneros, incluidas las del malherido Humberto. Los introducen a empellones en el maletero y parten con ellos, usando el Austin y su propio vehículo. Enfilan hacia Saint Palais, en pleno corazón del País Vasco francés, a medio centenar de kilómetros de distancia. Allí, protegidos por sus cofrades de Iparraterrak y amparados por la simpatía que despertaba la oposición a Franco, los etarras tienen una estructura que permite albergar, dar trabajo y hasta entrenar a los que salen de España para integrarse en la banda o huyen de la policía. El centro del entramado es un vivero al que los lugareños llaman La Serra, donde en los momentos álgidos labora hasta una treintena de personas. Es en el vivero, en uno de los barracones, entre tenazas de podar, martillos, carretillas y aperos de labranza, donde Pérez Revilla y sus colegas inician el interrogatorio. La tortura se prolonga hasta el amanecer. El que Fernando Quiroga, que aparece domiciliado en La Coruña, lleve en el bolsillo un salvoconducto de 48 horas y no el preceptivo pasaporte estimula las suspicacias y el celo inquisitorial de los etarras. Al cabo de una noche agónica, en la que lo único que logran arrancar de la boca de sus cautivos son gemidos, gotas de sangre, dientes y la desnuda verdad, Pérez Revilla y los suyos comienzan a sospechar que se han equivocado. No han capturado a unos policías, enviados desde España para husmear en el santuario etarra. Aquellos tres seres desmadejados, hechos pedazos, que respiran inermes en el húmedo suelo del invernadero no son agentes camuflados. Se trata quizá, como los muchachos han jurado desde el primer momento, de simples emigrantes gallegos. Todo indica que residen en Irún, cruzaron para ir al cine y entraron en La Lycorne casi por azar, porque venían cachondos, pero los terroristas deciden que ya es muy tarde. Pérez Revilla sale a llamar por teléfono y retorna un cuarto de hora después con el gesto más endurecido que de costumbre.Es él, con fría parsimonia, quien señala el paraje donde deben ser conducidos los desventurados y se encarga de rematarlos con un tiro en la nuca. Deja a los otros la ingrata y sudorosa tarea de cavar la fosa y deshacerse de los cadáveres. Isabel, la hermana de Humberto en cuyo piso de Irún vivían los tres jóvenes, se inquietó al ver que no regresaban. Pero era fin de semana y al final, tras aguardar en vela bastantes horas, se dijo a sí misma que se habrían quedado de juerga. El domingo cobró cuerpo la idea de que habían sufrido un accidente y el lunes, ya con el alma en la boca, comenzó a indagar. Cesáreo Rodríguez, su marido, hasta cruzó al otro lado y se dedicó a otear cunetas y escudriñar barrancas con la vana esperanza de dar con el coche. No podía sospechar que el Austin circulaba sin problemas por las carreteras del suroeste francés, con matrícula distinta de la C 2143-B original, pegatinas y toques de pintura sobre la chapa blanca, y gente ajena al volante. Hasta 21 días después, como refleja en el atestado un puntilloso funcionario de la comisaría de Irún, Cesáreo no se presentó a denunciar la extraña desaparición. En el escrito, mecanografiado en líneas apretadas y estilo rancio, se hace constar el estupor de la familia, que seguía sin tener noticias a pesar de los anuncios y fotografías publicados en la prensa española y francesa. «Ante el temor de que el vehículo ocupado por los jóvenes hubiera sufrido un accidente, cayendo al mar por la llamada Cornisa del Cantábrico», reza un apéndice, pegado al final del atestado, «la Comandancia Naval Francesa ha realizado rastreos, con resultado igualmente infructuoso». El escrito concluye destacando que los tres jóvenes «carecen de antecedentes desfavorables en los archivos de la Comisaría». Los cuerpos de Humberto Fouz, Fernando Quiroga y Jorge García nunca han aparecido. Ni siquiera un fragmento de hueso, unos dientes o unas briznas de pelo. Tampoco el renqueante Austin.Durante 28 interminables años, sus familias han sobrellevado en silencio la tragedia, estrellándose unas veces contra el muro de la desidia burocrática y otras contra el desprecio de los compañeros de viaje de los asesinos. Aquel verano, en una de las casas se recibió una llamada de teléfono en la que una voz anónima se limitó a decir: «No hagan nada, peligra la vida de los tres chicos». Pero las familias comenzaron a percibir la magnitud del drama en diciembre, cuando Alfredo Semprún, padre del actual reportero de La Razón, publica en ABC un artículo estremecedor. Acertaba en lo crucial, revelaba el nombre del bar y enumeraba a los asesinos. A Pérez Revilla lo mató el GAL en 1984 y se fue a la tumba con parte de su macabro secreto, pero su férreo silencio no es el único factor que explica que nunca se hayan esclarecido los hechos.Nueve años antes de que estallara la bomba que abrasó y terminó acabando con la vida del autor de los tres tiros de gracia, los jueces habían archivado el caso de los «tres gallegos desaparecidos». TRES POLICÍAS GALLEGOS El sumario, sepultado durante años en el sótano de un juzgado de San Sebastián, es sorprendentemente corto. Consta de 142 folios y está constituido sobre todo por recortes de prensa: ABC, El Ideal Gallego, El Alcázar, Informaciones, La Voz de España...Hay también una carta, de alguien que firma «Leal español» y que cuenta que un fraile residente en Inglaterra, en The Saint Gregory's College, se ha vanagloriado ante sus alumnos de la «liquidación» de tres policías gallegos que querían infiltrarse en el sur de Francia. Las diligencias son escasas y las investigaciones brillan por su ausencia. Era una época en que los etarras campaban a sus anchas en Francia, se calificaba a los terroristas vascos de «defensores de la libertad y la democracia» y la policía gala no sólo no colaboraba con la española, sino que hacía lo imposible para impedir la mínima indagación de la Guardia Civil. Nadie reparó en que aquella ETA, que en 1973 hizo volar el coche del almirante Carrero Blanco, era la misma que ocho meses antes había torturado y «evaporado» a tres jóvenes gallegos, como nadie dio importancia a que matase en 1969 a Begoña Urroz, de 22 meses.El afán por mantener su aureola de libertadores antifranquistas, que llevó a los terroristas a no atribuirse nunca la colocación de la bomba que mató a la niña, es el mismo que les ha hecho durante tres décadas negar hasta el paradero de Humberto, Fernando y Jorge. Humberto era el único que hablaba francés y conocía un poco el mundo. Tenía 28 años y había viajado bastante antes de recalar en Irún y encontrar empleo como intérprete en una empresa de transportes. Los otros dos, apenas habían volado. Fernando tenía 25 años y había sido el segundo en desplazarse al País Vasco.Trabajaba en una agencia de aduanas. Jorge, de 23 años, acababa de llegar de Galicia. Estaba en paro. Comenzaba la década de los 70, unos años prodigiosos en que la España de Franco, que 10 años antes había descubierto el maná del turismo, el biquini, la televisión y las cualidades épicas del Real Madrid, presentía su final. Habían desaparecido los emigrantes de maleta de cartón, que salían a Europa decididos a ahorrar para volver al pueblo y abrir un bar o adquirir un piso en las barriadas que surgían como hongos en los suburbios de Madrid o Barcelona. Los que dejaban su tierra alentados por la industrialización del País Vasco, como Humberto, Fernando o Jorge, eran de otra pasta y acudían para quedarse. Aquel 24 de marzo de 1973 era sábado y los tres amigos almorzaron en casa de la hermana de Humberto. Echaron después la partida en el bar Castilla y sobre las cuatro y media de la tarde, dejaron a José Cesáreo, el cuarto jugador de tute subastado, en la empresa Decoexsa. Retornarían, dijeron, pasadas las 10 de la noche. Todo el mundo se las daba de haber visto en acción al lóbrego Marlon Brando y a la voluptuosa María Schnneider en El último tango en París y ellos no querían ser menos. Ponían la película en los multicines de San Juan de Luz. El antiguo Lycorne se llama ahora Pakaloko y abre como antaño de 7 de la tarde a 5 de la madrugada. Atrae a multitud de negros y prodiga la música exótica, pero en su época tuvo pretensiones y cierto postín. Allí alternaban los crápulas y desocupados de la comarca. El antiguo dueño, Jean Pierre Bernateau, sigue viviendo al lado y jura no recordar un ápice: «Tuvo que ser en el aparcamiento; dentro no permitíamos peleas». El Pakaloko queda a la salida de Bidart, al final de una larga cuesta. El aparcamiento no ha cambiado. Es igual que entonces y de noche, con el viento del mar ahogando los sonidos, es el sitio ideal para la emboscada. A veces cambia algún nombre, pero todos los indicios señalan que los que estaban con Revilla aquella noche eran Ceferino Arévalo, alias El Ruso, Prudencio Sodupe, alias Pruden, Jesús de la Fuente Iruretagoyena, Basacarte, y Manuel Murua, El Casero. «MEJOR NO DECIR NADA» De la Fuente, en libertad desde 1982, pasa los fines de semana en Zumaia, donde comparte casa con María Teresa Egaña. Dicen que sigue siendo un duro y que mantiene una gran amistad con Josu Ternera. Otros han fallecido, pero a Murua lo encontramos en Logroño. Duerme en la cárcel, pero sale a trabajar a Cáritas durante el día. El Casero, que aspira a una indemnización por los años purgados entre rejas (también pretenden dinero, los 23 millones que se pagan a los familiares de víctimas del terrorismo, los parientes del pistolero Revilla), comienza negando los hechos.Después admite que una vez, tras recibir una carta de la sobrina de Humberto en la que le pedía ayuda para localizar el cadáver de su tío, el ex ertzaina Mikel Sueskun condenado por pertenencia a ETA y actualmente en libertad condicional y militando en las filas de Eusko Alkartasuna le aconsejó «no decir nada». Fue lo mismo, según la confesión extraída en 1979 al etarra Jesús María Zabarte, que aconsejaba Pérez Revilla a quien preguntaba por el tema: «Cuanto menos se sepa del asunto, mejor». Mikel Legarza, el mítico Lobo que estuvo años infiltrado en ETA, afirma en sus memorias haber escuchado una conversación entre Pérez Revilla y Peixoto, donde aludían a tres gallegos que habían pescado «deambulando camuflados por Euskadi Norte». El Casero es un tipo con pinta de labriego. Va cubierto con chapela, apenas tiene cuello y parece ingenuo. Él alega que se trata de un error, pero en 1993 fue condenado por haber asesinado de dos balazos en la cabeza al brigada Emilio Fernández. «De los gallegos yo no sé nada», refunfuña Murua. «Eso hay que preguntárselo a los que mandan». Entre Martini y Martini, y siempre en condicional, da a entender que si los secuestraron «los esposarían allí mismo, en el aparcamiento». También que si los interrogaron «sería duro, pero no como la Guardia Civil».Al final, y preguntado sobre las probabilidades de hallar restos si se excava en La Serra, pontifica que ninguna, «porque aquello es muy grande». Antes de irse, sin venir a cuento, deja caer que si los sepultaron «los enterrarían junto a la reguera, donde la tierra es más blanda». Es escalofriantemente curioso, pero en Agur ETA, la autobiografía del arrepentido Soares Gamboa, el ex etarra escribe que hay que unir a la larga lista de víctimas de ETA los cadáveres de los gallegos, «enterrados tal vez en un monte, donde los helechos crecen más altos que los otros». Coral Rodríguez Fouz, concejal en Eibar, senadora socialista en la pasada legislatura y sobrina y ahijada de uno de los desaparecidos, confiesa que en sus treinta y pocos años de existencia, no puede evocar un solo día en que no esté presente la imagen contrita de su madre, angustiada por la desaparición de su hermano más querido. Afirma que ése fue uno de los motivos que la impulsó, hace tres años, a intentar reabrir el caso. Hasta lograr que se reconociera a su tío y sus amigos la condición de «víctimas del terrorismo», sorteó exigencias kafkianas. La Administración llegó a exigirle que demostrara de «forma fehaciente» lo ocurrido.

Acquiring Minds
(Part 2) 8-Figure Exit: How to Buy, Transform & Sell in 3.5 Years

Acquiring Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 78:53


How Bradley Roofner & Logan Brown transformed a tough, project-based landscaping biz into a recurring revenue machine. (This is the second part of a 2-part interview.) Themes from the interview with Bradley & Logan: Buying, growing, and selling a local service business for $20m+ Why landscaping still has lots of opportunity How to transform a project-based business into a recurring-revenue business How to build a sales function in a local service business Why building a sales function is better for growth than acquiring tuck-ins How to convert 25% of sales opportunities Working capital as oxygen White-glove service in a blue-collar industry Why you should build a credit department What it's like to sell to a publicly-traded corporation Links & how to reach Bradley & Logan LinkedIn: Bradley Roofner, Logan Brown BrightView Built To Sell, the book that informed their productization strategy Brent Beshore Article 1 referenced in valuation estimate: BrightView and the need for growth Article 2 referenced in valuation estimate: LM150: 2020 rankings Overhaul your website with ongoing support & unlimited edits, all for a flat monthly fee:EversiteRegister for a live gathering of SMB, Micro-PE, and ETA owners, operators and investors:SMBashConnect with Acquiring Minds: See past + future interviews on the YouTube channel Connect with host Will Smith on LinkedIn Follow Will on Twitter

Solo Documental
El crimen mas oculto de ETA 1/2 (Audio Mejorado)

Solo Documental

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 43:10


Es una historia que encoge el alma, un crimen tan repugnante que cuesta creer que haya ocurrido. Una ventosa tarde de marzo, tres muchachos gallegos que habían llegado a la localidad guipuzcoana de Irún buscando trabajo y horizontes más amplios, deciden pasar a Francia para ver una de esas películas que la censura prohibía en España. A la vuelta, en el lado izquierdo de la carretera que serpentea desde San Juan de Luz a la frontera, los chicos vislumbran las luces parpadeantes de una discoteca. Uno de esos antros de atmósfera densa, donde se puede tomar una copa, escuchar música y ver cimbrearse a alguna mujer de falda corta y ropa apretada. Los gallegos se acodan en la barra y comentan, con la desinhibición que estimulan la juventud y un puticlub donde no te conoce nadie, algunas de las ardientes escenas vistas en el cine un rato antes. Es sábado, pero el local todavía no está muy lleno. Suben el tono, se ríen e intercambian bromas, ignorantes de que en una esquina, parapetados tras unos vasos de güisqui, varios pares de ojos les observan.Uno de los que mira, el más excitado por el alcohol, es Tomás Pérez Revilla, gerifalte de ETA. Con él hay otros cuatro, que también beben a sorbos y, sobre todo cuando las risas de los gallegos se sobreponen a la música y se hacen audibles, mascullan entre dientes palabras como «hijos de puta», «cabrones» o «txakurras». Pérez Revilla y sus compinches se convencen de que los de la barra son policías camuflados y urden a toda prisa un plan. Media hora después, cuando los gallegos salen al oscuro aparcamiento, justo cuando están a punto de encaramarse al Austin 1300 en que salieron de España, los cinco etarras los interceptan a punta de pistola. Al ver el arma, dos de los gallegos se quedan estupefactos.Humberto, el mayor, se yergue peleón pero antes de que pueda mover un dedo recibe un tremendo botellazo en el cráneo. Nadie oye nada, porque la brisa que llega del cercano acantilado ahoga los ruidos. Todo ocurre muy rápido. Los etarras amarran a la espalda las manos de sus prisioneros, incluidas las del malherido Humberto. Los introducen a empellones en el maletero y parten con ellos, usando el Austin y su propio vehículo. Enfilan hacia Saint Palais, en pleno corazón del País Vasco francés, a medio centenar de kilómetros de distancia. Allí, protegidos por sus cofrades de Iparraterrak y amparados por la simpatía que despertaba la oposición a Franco, los etarras tienen una estructura que permite albergar, dar trabajo y hasta entrenar a los que salen de España para integrarse en la banda o huyen de la policía. El centro del entramado es un vivero al que los lugareños llaman La Serra, donde en los momentos álgidos labora hasta una treintena de personas. Es en el vivero, en uno de los barracones, entre tenazas de podar, martillos, carretillas y aperos de labranza, donde Pérez Revilla y sus colegas inician el interrogatorio. La tortura se prolonga hasta el amanecer. El que Fernando Quiroga, que aparece domiciliado en La Coruña, lleve en el bolsillo un salvoconducto de 48 horas y no el preceptivo pasaporte estimula las suspicacias y el celo inquisitorial de los etarras. Al cabo de una noche agónica, en la que lo único que logran arrancar de la boca de sus cautivos son gemidos, gotas de sangre, dientes y la desnuda verdad, Pérez Revilla y los suyos comienzan a sospechar que se han equivocado. No han capturado a unos policías, enviados desde España para husmear en el santuario etarra. Aquellos tres seres desmadejados, hechos pedazos, que respiran inermes en el húmedo suelo del invernadero no son agentes camuflados. Se trata quizá, como los muchachos han jurado desde el primer momento, de simples emigrantes gallegos. Todo indica que residen en Irún, cruzaron para ir al cine y entraron en La Lycorne casi por azar, porque venían cachondos, pero los terroristas deciden que ya es muy tarde. Pérez Revilla sale a llamar por teléfono y retorna un cuarto de hora después con el gesto más endurecido que de costumbre.Es él, con fría parsimonia, quien señala el paraje donde deben ser conducidos los desventurados y se encarga de rematarlos con un tiro en la nuca. Deja a los otros la ingrata y sudorosa tarea de cavar la fosa y deshacerse de los cadáveres. Isabel, la hermana de Humberto en cuyo piso de Irún vivían los tres jóvenes, se inquietó al ver que no regresaban. Pero era fin de semana y al final, tras aguardar en vela bastantes horas, se dijo a sí misma que se habrían quedado de juerga. El domingo cobró cuerpo la idea de que habían sufrido un accidente y el lunes, ya con el alma en la boca, comenzó a indagar. Cesáreo Rodríguez, su marido, hasta cruzó al otro lado y se dedicó a otear cunetas y escudriñar barrancas con la vana esperanza de dar con el coche. No podía sospechar que el Austin circulaba sin problemas por las carreteras del suroeste francés, con matrícula distinta de la C 2143-B original, pegatinas y toques de pintura sobre la chapa blanca, y gente ajena al volante. Hasta 21 días después, como refleja en el atestado un puntilloso funcionario de la comisaría de Irún, Cesáreo no se presentó a denunciar la extraña desaparición. En el escrito, mecanografiado en líneas apretadas y estilo rancio, se hace constar el estupor de la familia, que seguía sin tener noticias a pesar de los anuncios y fotografías publicados en la prensa española y francesa. «Ante el temor de que el vehículo ocupado por los jóvenes hubiera sufrido un accidente, cayendo al mar por la llamada Cornisa del Cantábrico», reza un apéndice, pegado al final del atestado, «la Comandancia Naval Francesa ha realizado rastreos, con resultado igualmente infructuoso». El escrito concluye destacando que los tres jóvenes «carecen de antecedentes desfavorables en los archivos de la Comisaría». Los cuerpos de Humberto Fouz, Fernando Quiroga y Jorge García nunca han aparecido. Ni siquiera un fragmento de hueso, unos dientes o unas briznas de pelo. Tampoco el renqueante Austin.Durante 28 interminables años, sus familias han sobrellevado en silencio la tragedia, estrellándose unas veces contra el muro de la desidia burocrática y otras contra el desprecio de los compañeros de viaje de los asesinos. Aquel verano, en una de las casas se recibió una llamada de teléfono en la que una voz anónima se limitó a decir: «No hagan nada, peligra la vida de los tres chicos». Pero las familias comenzaron a percibir la magnitud del drama en diciembre, cuando Alfredo Semprún, padre del actual reportero de La Razón, publica en ABC un artículo estremecedor. Acertaba en lo crucial, revelaba el nombre del bar y enumeraba a los asesinos. A Pérez Revilla lo mató el GAL en 1984 y se fue a la tumba con parte de su macabro secreto, pero su férreo silencio no es el único factor que explica que nunca se hayan esclarecido los hechos.Nueve años antes de que estallara la bomba que abrasó y terminó acabando con la vida del autor de los tres tiros de gracia, los jueces habían archivado el caso de los «tres gallegos desaparecidos». TRES POLICÍAS GALLEGOS El sumario, sepultado durante años en el sótano de un juzgado de San Sebastián, es sorprendentemente corto. Consta de 142 folios y está constituido sobre todo por recortes de prensa: ABC, El Ideal Gallego, El Alcázar, Informaciones, La Voz de España...Hay también una carta, de alguien que firma «Leal español» y que cuenta que un fraile residente en Inglaterra, en The Saint Gregory's College, se ha vanagloriado ante sus alumnos de la «liquidación» de tres policías gallegos que querían infiltrarse en el sur de Francia. Las diligencias son escasas y las investigaciones brillan por su ausencia. Era una época en que los etarras campaban a sus anchas en Francia, se calificaba a los terroristas vascos de «defensores de la libertad y la democracia» y la policía gala no sólo no colaboraba con la española, sino que hacía lo imposible para impedir la mínima indagación de la Guardia Civil. Nadie reparó en que aquella ETA, que en 1973 hizo volar el coche del almirante Carrero Blanco, era la misma que ocho meses antes había torturado y «evaporado» a tres jóvenes gallegos, como nadie dio importancia a que matase en 1969 a Begoña Urroz, de 22 meses.El afán por mantener su aureola de libertadores antifranquistas, que llevó a los terroristas a no atribuirse nunca la colocación de la bomba que mató a la niña, es el mismo que les ha hecho durante tres décadas negar hasta el paradero de Humberto, Fernando y Jorge. Humberto era el único que hablaba francés y conocía un poco el mundo. Tenía 28 años y había viajado bastante antes de recalar en Irún y encontrar empleo como intérprete en una empresa de transportes. Los otros dos, apenas habían volado. Fernando tenía 25 años y había sido el segundo en desplazarse al País Vasco.Trabajaba en una agencia de aduanas. Jorge, de 23 años, acababa de llegar de Galicia. Estaba en paro. Comenzaba la década de los 70, unos años prodigiosos en que la España de Franco, que 10 años antes había descubierto el maná del turismo, el biquini, la televisión y las cualidades épicas del Real Madrid, presentía su final. Habían desaparecido los emigrantes de maleta de cartón, que salían a Europa decididos a ahorrar para volver al pueblo y abrir un bar o adquirir un piso en las barriadas que surgían como hongos en los suburbios de Madrid o Barcelona. Los que dejaban su tierra alentados por la industrialización del País Vasco, como Humberto, Fernando o Jorge, eran de otra pasta y acudían para quedarse. Aquel 24 de marzo de 1973 era sábado y los tres amigos almorzaron en casa de la hermana de Humberto. Echaron después la partida en el bar Castilla y sobre las cuatro y media de la tarde, dejaron a José Cesáreo, el cuarto jugador de tute subastado, en la empresa Decoexsa. Retornarían, dijeron, pasadas las 10 de la noche. Todo el mundo se las daba de haber visto en acción al lóbrego Marlon Brando y a la voluptuosa María Schnneider en El último tango en París y ellos no querían ser menos. Ponían la película en los multicines de San Juan de Luz. El antiguo Lycorne se llama ahora Pakaloko y abre como antaño de 7 de la tarde a 5 de la madrugada. Atrae a multitud de negros y prodiga la música exótica, pero en su época tuvo pretensiones y cierto postín. Allí alternaban los crápulas y desocupados de la comarca. El antiguo dueño, Jean Pierre Bernateau, sigue viviendo al lado y jura no recordar un ápice: «Tuvo que ser en el aparcamiento; dentro no permitíamos peleas». El Pakaloko queda a la salida de Bidart, al final de una larga cuesta. El aparcamiento no ha cambiado. Es igual que entonces y de noche, con el viento del mar ahogando los sonidos, es el sitio ideal para la emboscada. A veces cambia algún nombre, pero todos los indicios señalan que los que estaban con Revilla aquella noche eran Ceferino Arévalo, alias El Ruso, Prudencio Sodupe, alias Pruden, Jesús de la Fuente Iruretagoyena, Basacarte, y Manuel Murua, El Casero. «MEJOR NO DECIR NADA» De la Fuente, en libertad desde 1982, pasa los fines de semana en Zumaia, donde comparte casa con María Teresa Egaña. Dicen que sigue siendo un duro y que mantiene una gran amistad con Josu Ternera. Otros han fallecido, pero a Murua lo encontramos en Logroño. Duerme en la cárcel, pero sale a trabajar a Cáritas durante el día. El Casero, que aspira a una indemnización por los años purgados entre rejas (también pretenden dinero, los 23 millones que se pagan a los familiares de víctimas del terrorismo, los parientes del pistolero Revilla), comienza negando los hechos.Después admite que una vez, tras recibir una carta de la sobrina de Humberto en la que le pedía ayuda para localizar el cadáver de su tío, el ex ertzaina Mikel Sueskun condenado por pertenencia a ETA y actualmente en libertad condicional y militando en las filas de Eusko Alkartasuna le aconsejó «no decir nada». Fue lo mismo, según la confesión extraída en 1979 al etarra Jesús María Zabarte, que aconsejaba Pérez Revilla a quien preguntaba por el tema: «Cuanto menos se sepa del asunto, mejor». Mikel Legarza, el mítico Lobo que estuvo años infiltrado en ETA, afirma en sus memorias haber escuchado una conversación entre Pérez Revilla y Peixoto, donde aludían a tres gallegos que habían pescado «deambulando camuflados por Euskadi Norte». El Casero es un tipo con pinta de labriego. Va cubierto con chapela, apenas tiene cuello y parece ingenuo. Él alega que se trata de un error, pero en 1993 fue condenado por haber asesinado de dos balazos en la cabeza al brigada Emilio Fernández. «De los gallegos yo no sé nada», refunfuña Murua. «Eso hay que preguntárselo a los que mandan». Entre Martini y Martini, y siempre en condicional, da a entender que si los secuestraron «los esposarían allí mismo, en el aparcamiento». También que si los interrogaron «sería duro, pero no como la Guardia Civil».Al final, y preguntado sobre las probabilidades de hallar restos si se excava en La Serra, pontifica que ninguna, «porque aquello es muy grande». Antes de irse, sin venir a cuento, deja caer que si los sepultaron «los enterrarían junto a la reguera, donde la tierra es más blanda». Es escalofriantemente curioso, pero en Agur ETA, la autobiografía del arrepentido Soares Gamboa, el ex etarra escribe que hay que unir a la larga lista de víctimas de ETA los cadáveres de los gallegos, «enterrados tal vez en un monte, donde los helechos crecen más altos que los otros». Coral Rodríguez Fouz, concejal en Eibar, senadora socialista en la pasada legislatura y sobrina y ahijada de uno de los desaparecidos, confiesa que en sus treinta y pocos años de existencia, no puede evocar un solo día en que no esté presente la imagen contrita de su madre, angustiada por la desaparición de su hermano más querido. Afirma que ése fue uno de los motivos que la impulsó, hace tres años, a intentar reabrir el caso. Hasta lograr que se reconociera a su tío y sus amigos la condición de «víctimas del terrorismo», sorteó exigencias kafkianas. La Administración llegó a exigirle que demostrara de «forma fehaciente» lo ocurrido.

Boulevard
Casi 9 de cada 10 presos de ETA cumplen ya condena en cárceles vascas

Boulevard

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 1:28


147 presos de ETA están en cárceles vascas, casi la mitad de ellos en Zaballa....

Es la Mañana de Federico
Federico a las 8: Otegi sigue presumiendo de los acercamientos a etarras al País Vasco por parte de Sánchez

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 28:47


Sara Sanz comenta toda la actualidad y habla con el presidente de Dignidad y Justicia, Daniel Portero, por los acercamientos de presos de ETA.

Magazine en Euskara France Bleu Pays Basque
Nabarralde Fundazioak gure arbasoen historia ikertzen du, eta argitan emaiten du

Magazine en Euskara France Bleu Pays Basque

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 50:40


durée : 00:50:40 - Magazine en Euskara France Bleu Pays Basque - Nabarralde Fundazioak ikerketa lan handia egiten du, Nafarroako historia hobeki ezagutzeko eta jendeari jakinarazteko : besteak beste, publiko desberdineri zuzenduak diren liburuak argitarazten ditu

Urdin Euskal Herri Irratia euskaraz / Les chroniques en basque de France Bleu
Nabarralde Fundazioak gure arbasoen historia ikertzen du, eta argitan emaiten du

Urdin Euskal Herri Irratia euskaraz / Les chroniques en basque de France Bleu

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 50:40


durée : 00:50:40 - Urdin Euskal Herri Irratia euskaraz / Les chroniques en basque de France Bleu - Nabarralde Fundazioak ikerketa lan handia egiten du, Nafarroako historia hobeki ezagutzeko eta jendeari jakinarazteko : besteak beste, publiko desberdineri zuzenduak diren liburuak argitarazten ditu

How2Exit: Mergers and Acquisitions of Small to Middle Market Businesses
E84 The Death of Mentors and Gurus - How2Exit interviews ChatGPT to Learn About M&A And How To Buy A Business

How2Exit: Mergers and Acquisitions of Small to Middle Market Businesses

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 58:14


The Death of Mentors and Gurus - How2Exit interviews ChatGPT to Learn About M&A And How To Buy A Business SUMMARY In this conversation, artificial intelligence Ali Penman a pen name he gave ChatGPT by Openai, and the host of How2Exit discuss what an SMB is, why buy versus build as an entrepreneur, and the steps to acquire a business. Ali Penman and Ronald Skelton discuss the reasons why an entrepreneur might choose to buy an existing business rather than start one from scratch. They also outline a potential project plan for acquiring a small or medium-sized business. Some of the key points covered include the importance of carefully researching and evaluating a target business, building rapport with the business owner, and identifying common ground and points of interest. In order to buy a small or medium sized business, there are nine key steps that an entrepreneur should take. They cover: researching the market, identifying potential targets, sourcing deals, outreach, building rapport, negotiating, due diligence, closing, integration, evaluation, and. Each of these steps is important to ensure a successful acquisition. Ronald Skelton also asked Ali Penman about the best ways to find potential acquisition opportunities. Ali recommended a few different approaches, including using online platforms, industry networks, and advisors. He also suggested networking and direct outreach as effective methods for finding potential deals.TIMESTAMPS 00:00:00 Interview with Ali Penman, A.I. Bot 00:02:28 SMBs: Important Contributors to the Economy00:04:21 Acquiring a Small or Medium-Sized Business (SMB) 00:06:04 The Different Steps of Buying a Business 00:10:35 Inquiry for Potential Acquisition Opportunity 00:12:18 Building Rapport with a Business Owner 00:13:49 Tips for acquiring a business. 00:15:14 Cognitive Bias and Loss Aversion in Business Negotiation 00:19:26 Negotiation Skills: How to Address Cognitive Bias and Loss Aversion00:22:48 The Black Swan Group and the 7-38-55% Rule00:26:19 Discounted Cash Flow Valuation00:29:48 The Residual Income Model: A Method of Valuing a Business 00:31:36 Due diligence and integration in business acquisitions 00:46:48 Evaluating Financial Performance, Strategic Fit, Integration, and Customer & Employee Satisfaction 00:48:25 The Acquisition Process: Assembling Your Team of Advisors 00:50:03 The Acquisition Process: Key Questions to Ask 00:53:08 The Five Best Books on Buying a Small or Medium-Sized Business HIGHLIGHTS Step by Step in detail plan of buying a small business.Ali Penman By conducting commercial due diligence, you can gain a better understanding of the business's market position and competitive landscape and identify any potential risks or opportunities. This can help you make informed decisions about the acquisition and develop a plan for future growth. The key takeaway is that I've spent 10's of 1000's on mentors and while I'll continue to support mentors, it will be more because of connections and networking than obtaining knowledge. AI has the answers.

Swamp Talk
EP 73 - Ancient Aliens On Ice

Swamp Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 88:43


This week we are joined by Agents Anderson and ETA from The Alien Conspiracy Podcast. We talk about aliens, Mr. Hands, Black Mirror, Yoo-Hoo farts, a man who didn't know you can't hit horses, the deep thoughts of someone on AboveTopSecret.com, and so much more! The Alien Conspiracy Podcast links www.SwampTalkPodcast.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/swamptalk/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/swamptalk/support

In the Suite
EP 77 #LiveFromExcell - Using the Power of Storytelling and Conversations to Transform Your Life with Tucker Bryant, Poet & Keynote Speaker at www.tuckerbryantspeaks.com

In the Suite

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 39:27


Today's episode is the first of its kind. I've invited my first guest host and shero Stephanie Foster, In The Suite - to interview the multi-talented Tucker Bryant, Poet & Keynote Speaker at this year's Carson Excell conference in Las Vegas. Stephanie is a startup executive and advisor, an ETA (electronic transactions association 40 under 40 honoree), and a previous guest. Tucker is an award-winning poet and storyteller who left his full-time job as a Product Marketing Manager at Google to help large corporate companies explore the connection between poetic thinking and creative leadership to live a healthier and more fulfilled life. Tucker's passion for language, writing, and performance began during his schooling days in England. However, when he started his career in Silicon Valley, he discovered how many people in the corporate world are uncomfortable with accessing the creative part of their thought process to bring about innovation. And because poetry allows you to be vulnerable, take risks, and explore new things, Tucker believes that everyone can benefit from exploring this art form. As a result, in his hybrid presentations and performances, he uses poetry as a springboard to inspire people to develop new perspectives and tear down comfort zones to spark long-lasting impact. In fact, one of the many gifts you'll discover about Tucker Bryant in this episode is his approach to poetic storytelling, which is so powerful and emotional. it's no surprise that he receives a standing ovation at every single stage.Tucker's stories have been seen by millions online, featured at TEDx, and shared on stages with some of our highest-level speakers. He has spoken on stage with Mark Cuban, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, NASA Director Michelle Thaller, and founders and executives from Fortune 500 companies like Twitter, Amazon, McDonald's, and Walgreens. Today's episode with Tucker is a masterclass that'll put a spring in your step. Not only does he share with us personal details on how poetry helped him overcome depression, but he also gives golden tips on becoming a better storyteller. He also reveals his childhood dream, his love for music, what he did to get out of his comfort zone, and the positive impact women have had in his successful life. If you're ready to make positive changes in your life, Tucker Bryant is the speaker you need to hear. He's a dynamic and engaging speaker who gets people fired up, motivated, and inspired In the Suite. Episode Resources TuckerBryantSpeaks.comTucker Bryant LinkedInTucker Bryant TwitterCarson Excell RecapCarson GroupCardiomyopathyUK 

Wisdom.MBA
Harvard Business School, ETA & Advice for Veterans with Juan Ruiz & Doug Walsh

Wisdom.MBA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 56:05


Harvard Business School Students Juan Ruiz and Doug Walsh run communEtA -- an MBA student-run fund which invests in search entrepreneurs. The first of its kind; it is a community of LPs, students, and searchers.  The group looks to provide exposure and training on Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition and source high-quality investment opportunities for LPs and finally highlight ETA as a viable career option.We discuss why communEtA was launched and Juan and Doug provide their insights on how best to source and close deals. As a West Point graduate, a platoon leader, and a team leader for the 95th Civil Affairs Brigade for the US Army, Doug also gives advice for veterans who are both looking at business school and ETA as a career choice.This episode focuses heavily on ETA, the process of searching for a business to buy, closing on it and ultimately running it.  Even if ETA has never crossed your mind, I think there's value for you in in this episode … particularly if you are like me and want to constantly find ways to increase your personal net worth. For the search fund entrepreneurs listening, we try to add value, particularly on ways to better source deals and increase the odds of going from LOI to close … something that I have struggled a fair amount personally.Discussion Topics:(1:29) Icebreakers.(7:14) communEtA's origin story & screening criteria for investments.(14:34) The economics of search. Is it worth it?(19:02) The deal sourcing process.(25:55) Advice for self-funded searchers.(29:33) Advice for Veteran searchers.(35:28) communEtA's portfolio.(38:56) Increasing the odds of getting from LOI to close.(48:24) Rapid fire questions.

Acquisitions Anonymous
Is this car spinner business a good side hustle? - Acquisitions Anonymous episode 149

Acquisitions Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 27:01


Want to receive this listing in your inbox? Signup for our weekly newsletter:https://www.getrevue.co/profile/acquanon-----Michael Girdley (@Girdley), Bill D'Alessandro (@BillDA), and Mills Snell (@thegeneralmills) talk about a Profitable auto display rental company for sale.We discuss the deal and gain insight into this company's inner workings. There is some weird stuff about this deal, and we will try to understand where this business sits in the value chain.We came across some warning signs and potential issues that could affect this business, but in conclusion, Bill shares his innovative strategies and ideas for managing this rental.-----Thanks to our sponsor!SMBash.com - Join us in Austin, TX, from April 27th - 30th, 2023, for one-on-one interaction with others who focus on buying, operating, and investing in the SMB and Micro-PE space.SMBash is a live gathering of SMB, Micro-PE, and ETA owners, operators, and investors.-----Show Notes: (00:00) - Introduction(00:31) - Our Sponsor is SMBash(01:54) - Deal & financials: Profitable Auto Display Rental Company for Sale(02:19) - What does this business do?(03:53) - What do we think about this deal?(06:48) - What do we think of this product?(08:23) - How do Car Dealerships make money on new car sales?(10:01) - Mike's rant about Tesla!(13:43) - Who should buy this deal?(15:58) - Where does this business sit in the value chain?(17:36) - How does the tax shield work on this deal?(18:21) - What do we like about this business?(21:00) - What is the hidden red flag on the inventory side?(22:00) - What would Bill's strategy be for this deal?-----Additional episodes you might enjoy:#146 - Should we buy 239,000 Domain names?#145 - Is this design agency a good buy?#144 - We spot an amazing Business Broker#142 - Should we buy this Crossfit Gym?#141 - A very profitable B2B Internet Business in the Petcare Vertical#140 - Let's SBA the heck out of this deal - with Special Guest Heather Endresen----- Do you love Acquanon and want to see our smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel. Do you enjoy our content? Rate our show! Follow us on Twitter @acquanon Learnings about small business acquisitions and operations.

Acquisitions Anonymous
Is this car spinner business a good side hustle? - Acquisitions Anonymous episode 149

Acquisitions Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 27:01


Want to receive this listing in your inbox? Signup for our weekly newsletter:https://www.getrevue.co/profile/acquanon-----Michael Girdley (@Girdley), Bill D'Alessandro (@BillDA), and Mills Snell (@thegeneralmills) talk about a Profitable auto display rental company for sale.We discuss the deal and gain insight into this company's inner workings. There is some weird stuff about this deal, and we will try to understand where this business sits in the value chain.We came across some warning signs and potential issues that could affect this business, but in conclusion, Bill shares his innovative strategies and ideas for managing this rental.-----Thanks to our sponsor!SMBash.com - Join us in Austin, TX, from April 27th - 30th, 2023, for one-on-one interaction with others who focus on buying, operating, and investing in the SMB and Micro-PE space.SMBash is a live gathering of SMB, Micro-PE, and ETA owners, operators, and investors.-----Show Notes: (00:00) - Introduction(00:31) - Our Sponsor is SMBash(01:54) - Deal & financials: Profitable Auto Display Rental Company for Sale(02:19) - What does this business do?(03:53) - What do we think about this deal?(06:48) - What do we think of this product?(08:23) - How do Car Dealerships make money on new car sales?(10:01) - Mike's rant about Tesla!(13:43) - Who should buy this deal?(15:58) - Where does this business sit in the value chain?(17:36) - How does the tax shield work on this deal?(18:21) - What do we like about this business?(21:00) - What is the hidden red flag on the inventory side?(22:00) - What would Bill's strategy be for this deal?-----Additional episodes you might enjoy:#146 - Should we buy 239,000 Domain names?#145 - Is this design agency a good buy?#144 - We spot an amazing Business Broker#142 - Should we buy this Crossfit Gym?#141 - A very profitable B2B Internet Business in the Petcare Vertical#140 - Let's SBA the heck out of this deal - with Special Guest Heather Endresen----- Do you love Acquanon and want to see our smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel. Do you enjoy our content? Rate our show! Follow us on Twitter @acquanon Learnings about small business acquisitions and operations.

The Way Podcast/Radio
Terrorism 101) w/ Dr. Joseph Brown

The Way Podcast/Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 72:13


Terrorist groups attain notoriety through acts of violence, but threats of future violence are just as important in attaining their political goals. Today, I talked with Dr. Joseph Brown about how terrorists use threats, true and false, to achieve key outcomes such as social control, economic attrition, and policy concessions. Bio: I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Massachusetts Boston. I research political conflict, including protest, state repression, and terrorism. My book, Force of Words: The Logic of Terrorist Threats (Columbia University Press 2020) is a detailed study of how violent non-state actors use threats to achieve their political aims. I completed my Ph.D. at Columbia University. I have conducted fieldwork in Northern Ireland, Spain, Sri Lanka and Peru, interviewing members of the Irish Republican Army, ETA, the Tamil Tigers, Shining Path, and the Túpac Amaru Revolutionary Movement. My research has been supported by the Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy, the Earth Institute, and the Global Public Policy Network. Please browse my site and my Google Scholar page and feel free to contact me with questions. Website - https://josephmbrown.com/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/Joseph_M_Brown Artwork by Phillip Thor - https://linktr.ee/Philipthor_art The Way Podcast - www.PodcastTheWay.com - Follow at Twitter / Instagram - @podcasttheway (Subscribe/Follow on streaming platforms and social media!) To watch the visuals with the trailer go to https://www.podcasttheway.com/trailers/ Thank you Don Grant for the Intro/Outro. Check out his podcast - https://threeinterestingthings.captivate.fm Intro guitar copied from Aiden Ayers at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UiB9FMOP5s *The views demonstrated in this show are strictly those of The Way Podcast/Radio Show*

Acquisitions Anonymous
We signed an NDA for this big boy: $9.6M EBITDA Florida Armored ATM Services Business - Acquisitions Anonymous episode 147

Acquisitions Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 24:04


Want to receive this listing in your inbox? Signup for our weekly newsletter:https://www.getrevue.co/profile/acquanon-----Michael Girdley (@Girdley) and Mills Snell (@thegeneralmills) talk about an Armored and ATM Service in Mid-Florida. In this episode, we discuss how this business works, tail & headwinds. We try to determine why a strategic purchaser has not yet purchased this business. Mike also provided a very insightful explanation, by comparing the past and present, of how digital money is replacing traditional forms of currency and how cash value is decreasing over time.-----Thanks to our sponsor!SMBash.com - Join us in Austin, TX, from April 27th - 30th, 2023, for one-on-one interaction with others who focus on buying, operating, and investing in the SMB and Micro-PE space.SMBash is a live gathering of SMB, Micro-PE, and ETA owners, operators, and investors.-----Show Notes:(00:00) - Introduction(01:33) - Our Sponsor is SMBash(02:55) - Deal & financials: Mid-Florida Armored and ATM Services(05:15) - This is a hot EBITDA Margin! Is this deal legit?(08:06) - Why hasn't a strategic buyer bought this yet?(11:46) - What does this business do?(13:16) - What's going on with cash as a payment method?(15:38) - What do we think about the margins? Is it a red flag?(20:38) - How did COVID affect this business?(22:24) - Is there a Moat around hiring? -----Additional episodes you might enjoy:#146 - Should we buy 239,000 Domain names?#145 - Is this design agency a good buy?#144 - We spot an amazing Business Broker#142 - Should we buy this Crossfit Gym?#141 - A very profitable B2B Internet Business in the Petcare Vertical#140 - Let's SBA the heck out of this deal - with special Guest Heather Endresen Do you love Acquanon and want to see our smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel. Do you enjoy our content? Rate our show! Follow us on Twitter @acquanon Learnings about small business acquisitions and operations.

Acquisitions Anonymous
We signed an NDA for this big boy: $9.6M EBITDA Florida Armored ATM Services Business - Acquisitions Anonymous episode 147

Acquisitions Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 24:04


Want to receive this listing in your inbox? Signup for our weekly newsletter:https://www.getrevue.co/profile/acquanon-----Michael Girdley (@Girdley) and Mills Snell (@thegeneralmills) talk about an Armored and ATM Service in Mid-Florida. In this episode, we discuss how this business works, tail & headwinds. We try to determine why a strategic purchaser has not yet purchased this business. Mike also provided a very insightful explanation, by comparing the past and present, of how digital money is replacing traditional forms of currency and how cash value is decreasing over time.-----Thanks to our sponsor!SMBash.com - Join us in Austin, TX, from April 27th - 30th, 2023, for one-on-one interaction with others who focus on buying, operating, and investing in the SMB and Micro-PE space.SMBash is a live gathering of SMB, Micro-PE, and ETA owners, operators, and investors.-----Show Notes:(00:00) - Introduction(01:33) - Our Sponsor is SMBash(02:55) - Deal & financials: Mid-Florida Armored and ATM Services(05:15) - This is a hot EBITDA Margin! Is this deal legit?(08:06) - Why hasn't a strategic buyer bought this yet?(11:46) - What does this business do?(13:16) - What's going on with cash as a payment method?(15:38) - What do we think about the margins? Is it a red flag?(20:38) - How did COVID affect this business?(22:24) - Is there a Moat around hiring? -----Additional episodes you might enjoy:#146 - Should we buy 239,000 Domain names?#145 - Is this design agency a good buy?#144 - We spot an amazing Business Broker#142 - Should we buy this Crossfit Gym?#141 - A very profitable B2B Internet Business in the Petcare Vertical#140 - Let's SBA the heck out of this deal - with special Guest Heather Endresen Do you love Acquanon and want to see our smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel. Do you enjoy our content? Rate our show! Follow us on Twitter @acquanon Learnings about small business acquisitions and operations.

Loose Screws - The Elite Dangerous Podcast

http://loosescrewsed.com Join us on discord! And check out the merch store! PROMO CODES https://discord.io/LooseScrews Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/LooseScrewsED Squad Update: It's the end of the world as we know it… War in HIP 4907 (1-2) and Yingo (1-0 - we want to LOSE this one) Nine (9) “Simmering Potential Problem” systems. Three (3) systems we are actively trying to raise influence in. Once the Caustic Cloaca(s) arrive and we get a better picture of the local situation, we'll be posting more Thargoid-related updates. November BGS “contest” is done, and the winner, with 47 total BGS activities, is, CMDR Obl1v1ous. The prize? A fleet carrier. We'll post the final result in the BGS channel. All details in the #standing-orders and/or the #loose-screws-factions channels of the Discord. Dev news: No more Black Friday sale for you. In-Game News: WAR! https://canonn.science/codex/xenotechnology/unidentified-interstellar-anomaly/ Thargoid Bug Report: https://www.goidhub.com/ WAR! 5 Thargoid Maelstrom yet to arrive…Maelstroms are named after storm gods from different religions. Currently all are positioned or projected to arrive in fringe bubble systems on the “south” side of the bubble, mostly below the Sol plane. Taranis: Hyades Sector FB-N b7-6 Leigong: HIP 8887 Indra: HIP 20567 Oya: Cephei Sector BV-Y b4 (predicted, ETA 15 Dec) [67.2 LY from Ross 310] Cocijo: Col 285 Sector BA-P c6-18 (predicted, ETA 15 Dec) [246.5 LY from Ross 310] Thor: Col 285 Sector IG-O c6-5 (predicted, ETA 8 Dec) [268.6 LY from Ross 310] Raijin: Pegasi Sector IH-U b3-3 (predicted, ETA 8 Dec) [88.3 LY from Ross 310] Hadad: HIP 30377 (predicted, ETA 15 Dec) [270.2 LY from Ross 310] Oya (Yaruba goddess of weather) and Raijin (Japanese god of thunder) are the expected threats the Loose Screws space (Oya will be 48 LY from Balmus) Bug Bug Report: Thargoid War: Phase time countdown counts down weeks instead of days https://issues.frontierstore.net/issue-detail/55924 AXCZs (AX-Conflict Zone) don't work / break when you're not alone https://issues.frontierstore.net/issue-detail/55911 Comms Panel breaks when you click on a message (haven't found an issue report with significant backing yet) Chig chat: Dogs are good, cats and Christmas are bad. Discussion: Die hard is a Christmas movie Community Corner: Holiday Charity Drive - Thargaid: Flee from Sol Supporting Special Effect Please donate some money to make the music stop! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zotKutFdf9g&ab_channel=GalnetNewsDigest https://www.justgiving.com/page/thargaid

Hitza Jolas
Baionako finalaurrekoa, Laugako kontutxoak eta Museoak bertsotan

Hitza Jolas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 52:08


Euskal Herriko Bertsolari Txapelketa nagusia azken txanpan murgiltzera doa. Baionan, azaroaren 26an jokatutako finalaurrekoko bertsoaldiak hautatu ditugu; bertatik bertara ezagutu zuen Euskadi Irratiko mikrofono gorriak epailetzako kontuak. Eta euskararen eguna dela eta, bertsolariak museoetan gidari lanetan jarriko dituztela ere kontatuko dizuegu. ...

Escuchando Peliculas
Maixabel (2021) #Drama #Terrorismo #peliculas #audesc #podcast

Escuchando Peliculas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 111:18


País España Dirección Icíar Bollaín Guion Icíar Bollaín, Isa Campo Música Alberto Iglesias Fotografía Javier Agirre Erauso Reparto Blanca Portillo, Luis Tosar, Urko Olazabal, María Cerezuela, Arantxa Aranguren, Mikel Bustamante, Bruno Sevilla, Jone Laspiur, David Blanka Sinopsis Maixabel Lasa pierde en el año 2000 a su marido, Juan María Jaúregui, asesinado por ETA. Once años más tarde, recibe una petición insólita: uno de los asesinos ha pedido entrevistarse con ella en la cárcel de Nanclares de la Oca /Álava), en la que cumple condena tras haber roto sus lazos con la banda terrorista. A pesar de las dudas y del inmenso dolor, Maixabel accede a encontrarse cara a cara con las personas que acabaron a sangre fría con la vida de quien había sido su compañero desde los dieciséis años.

Podcast de La Hora de Walter
03 01-12-22 LHDW La gran mentira del EGM se demuestra en los deportes de Cope y SER. Brindo por las víctimas en general

Podcast de La Hora de Walter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 21:25


03 01-12-22 LHDW La gran mentira del EGM se demuestra en los deportes de Cope y SER. Brindo por las víctimas en general, de violación, de ETA, de asesinatos

Acquisitions Anonymous
Is this design agency a good buy? - Acquisitions Anonymous episode 145

Acquisitions Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 27:07


Want to receive this listing in your inbox? Signup for our weekly newsletter:https://www.getrevue.co/profile/acquanon-----Michael Girdley (@Girdley) and Mills Snell (@thegeneralmills) talk about a Productized design services agency for startups that started in January 2020 in New Jersey. We discuss how this business works and what we think about the business model. We also discussed the status of Agencies in this macro environment. The two also share their insights on strategies to buy this business without setting aside the year-to-year expected revenue.-----Thanks to our sponsor!SMBash.com - Join us in Austin, TX from April 27th - 30th, 2023, for one-on-one interaction with others who focus on buying, operating, and investing in the SMB and Micro-PE space.SMBash is a live gathering of SMB, Micro-PE, and ETA owners, operators, and investors.-----Show Notes: (00:00) - Introduction(01:01) - Our sponsor is SMBash(02:24) - Mills & Michael catch-up(03:25) - Deal & financials: Productized design services agency for startups(07:01) - How does this deal work?(08:54) - What do we think of this business model?(10:14) - How is customer relationship management in this business?(13:41) - What happens to Agency businesses in this macro environment?(16:18) - Why is this a “mullet” business? How does that work?(18:25) - Why would Mike pass on this one?(21:57) - What is the bull case for agencies?(25:19) - How would Mike negotiate this deal?-----Additional episodes you might enjoy:#143 - Is this cell tower business any good?#142 - Should we buy this Crossfit Gym?#141 - A very profitable B2B Internet Business in the Petcare Vertical#140 - Let's SBA the heck out of this deal - with special Guest Heather Endresen----- Do you love Acquanon and want to see our smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel. Do you enjoy our content? Rate our show! Follow us on Twitter @acquanon Learnings about small business acquisitions and operations.

Acquisitions Anonymous
Is this design agency a good buy? - Acquisitions Anonymous episode 145

Acquisitions Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 27:07


Want to receive this listing in your inbox? Signup for our weekly newsletter:https://www.getrevue.co/profile/acquanon-----Michael Girdley (@Girdley) and Mills Snell (@thegeneralmills) talk about a Productized design services agency for startups that started in January 2020 in New Jersey. We discuss how this business works and what we think about the business model. We also discussed the status of Agencies in this macro environment. The two also share their insights on strategies to buy this business without setting aside the year-to-year expected revenue.-----Thanks to our sponsor!SMBash.com - Join us in Austin, TX from April 27th - 30th, 2023, for one-on-one interaction with others who focus on buying, operating, and investing in the SMB and Micro-PE space.SMBash is a live gathering of SMB, Micro-PE, and ETA owners, operators, and investors.-----Show Notes: (00:00) - Introduction(01:01) - Our sponsor is SMBash(02:24) - Mills & Michael catch-up(03:25) - Deal & financials: Productized design services agency for startups(07:01) - How does this deal work?(08:54) - What do we think of this business model?(10:14) - How is customer relationship management in this business?(13:41) - What happens to Agency businesses in this macro environment?(16:18) - Why is this a “mullet” business? How does that work?(18:25) - Why would Mike pass on this one?(21:57) - What is the bull case for agencies?(25:19) - How would Mike negotiate this deal?-----Additional episodes you might enjoy:#143 - Is this cell tower business any good?#142 - Should we buy this Crossfit Gym?#141 - A very profitable B2B Internet Business in the Petcare Vertical#140 - Let's SBA the heck out of this deal - with special Guest Heather Endresen----- Do you love Acquanon and want to see our smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel. Do you enjoy our content? Rate our show! Follow us on Twitter @acquanon Learnings about small business acquisitions and operations.

Fulbright Forward - A Diversity Podcast
Organizing for DEI advocacy in Taiwan with Fulbright ETAs

Fulbright Forward - A Diversity Podcast

Play Episode Play 33 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 45:34 Transcription Available


In this episode of Fulbright Forward, Kelli Swazey, D&I Liaison for Fulbright Programs in East Asia and the Pacific, talks story with grantees who are shaping the future of Fulbright by pushing the program to expand its engagement with issues of representation, inclusion, equity and justice as a core part of the Fulbright experience.The guests on this episode are members of the Taiwan DEI Committees, a self-organized group of English Teaching Assistants, or “ETAs” at the Taiwan Fulbright Program. In the first half of this episode, Lily Tang & Samantha Tran from the Empowerment Committee, and Jaime Ragos from the Education Committee discuss what drew to them to the Fulbright program, and how their personal stories connect to the issues they have engaged with through their work with the DEI Committees during their Fulbright grants in Taiwan. The second half of the episode features Carlo Juntilla and Ayana Harscoet from the Empowerment Committee, and Jocelyn Chi from the Education Committee, who share their paths to Fulbright, and their reflections on why the activism and advocacy work they've undertaken with the DEI committees has been essential not only to their experiences as educators, but also has allowed them to reflect on their own identities and expand the relationships they made in their communities and cohorts during their grant periods. Episode Links and ResourcesTaiwan DEI Committees LinktreeTaiwan DEI Committees Instagram Guest Bios Lily Tang (she/her) is a 2021-2022 Fulbright Taiwan English Teaching Assistant in Yilan County, which is on the traditional land of the Taiya people.  Currently, Lily is embarking on a year of Chinese language study through the Huayu Enrichment Scholarship. Lily can be reached on Instagram or TikTok @lilytvng.Samantha Tran (she/her) Samantha Tran (she/her) is a first-generation Vietnamese-American. She completed her 2021-2022 Fulbright Taiwan ETA grant year in Taitung, Taiwan, and is currently fulfilling her Foundation of Scholarly Exchange ETF grant in New Taipei City. Jaime Ragos (she/her) was a 2021-2022 ETA to Kaohsiung, Taiwan in the Dashu District. She was a co-chair of the education committee. Jaime can be reached at jaimeragos2015@gmail.com.Carlo Juntilla (he/him) is an education policy fellow for the U.S. Senate and a former teacher. Prior to teaching in public schools in Taiwan with the Fulbright program, he was a Teach for America corps member in the Bay Area where he taught high school history and government. Currently, Carlo works on the education policy portfolio for Senator Elizabeth Warren, and lives in Washington, D.C., with his partner and their rescue dog Carlo.Juntilla1@gmail.com.

Hora 25
Las entrevistas de Aimar | Mikel Lejarza 'El Lobo'

Hora 25

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 23:55


Aimar Bretos entrevista al espía que se infiltró en ETA en los años 70.

Acquisitions Anonymous
Is this cell tower business any good? - Acquisitions Anonymous episode 143

Acquisitions Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 30:32


Want to receive this listing in your inbox? Signup for our weekly newsletter:https://www.getrevue.co/profile/acquanon-----Michael Girdley (@Girdley), Mills Snell (@thegeneralmills), and Bill D'Alessandro (@BillDA) talk about a 15-year-old Telecom Tower Business in the southeast side of Dallas. We share our perspectives on this business transaction and determine whether we'd buy this or not. The rise of technology is transforming every aspect of society, and in this episode, we will discuss whether the impending technological changes will be beneficial or harmful. In addition, we will discuss the factors that we believe should be prioritized by a buyer.-----Thanks to our sponsor!SMBash.com - Join us in Austin, TX, April 27th - 30th, 2023, for one-on-one interaction with others who focus on buying, operating, and investing in the SMB and Micro-PE space.SMBash is a live gathering of SMB, Micro-PE, and ETA owners, operators, and investors.-----Show Notes:(00:00) - Introduction(00:39) - Our sponsor is SMBash(02:02) - Deal & financials: A 15-year-old Telecom Tower Business(03:43) - What does this company do?(08:47) - Mike's idea on the deal(11:44) - What do we think of this deal, and why do we hate it?(13:52) - Is this industry in a bull or a bear market?(14:59) - Why would you sell a business which is about to close a BIG contract?(16:23) - Is there an obsolescence risk on the tech side?(18:58) - What should buyers prioritize?(20:07) - How are some investments so profitable? What does this mean for VC & PE investing?(21:06) - What do we think about betting on future tech trends?(23:20) - Is there a bull case for “soon to be obsolete” businesses?(29:30) - We're looking for B2B service businesses. Send ‘em over!-----Additional episodes you might enjoy:#142 - Should we buy this Crossfit Gym?#141 - A very profitable B2B Internet Business in the Petcare Vertical#140 - Let's SBA the heck out of this deal - with special Guest Heather Endresen#139 - Will we make bank with a Medical Equipment Supply Company?#138 - See-food but for plants? With special guest Xavier Helgesen  Do you love Acquanon and want to see our smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel. Do you enjoy our content? Rate our show! Follow us on Twitter @acquanon Learnings about small business acquisitions and operations.

Acquisitions Anonymous
Is this cell tower business any good? - Acquisitions Anonymous episode 143

Acquisitions Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 30:32


Want to receive this listing in your inbox? Signup for our weekly newsletter:https://www.getrevue.co/profile/acquanon-----Michael Girdley (@Girdley), Mills Snell (@thegeneralmills), and Bill D'Alessandro (@BillDA) talk about a 15-year-old Telecom Tower Business in the southeast side of Dallas. We share our perspectives on this business transaction and determine whether we'd buy this or not. The rise of technology is transforming every aspect of society, and in this episode, we will discuss whether the impending technological changes will be beneficial or harmful. In addition, we will discuss the factors that we believe should be prioritized by a buyer.-----Thanks to our sponsor!SMBash.com - Join us in Austin, TX, April 27th - 30th, 2023, for one-on-one interaction with others who focus on buying, operating, and investing in the SMB and Micro-PE space.SMBash is a live gathering of SMB, Micro-PE, and ETA owners, operators, and investors.-----Show Notes:(00:00) - Introduction(00:39) - Our sponsor is SMBash(02:02) - Deal & financials: A 15-year-old Telecom Tower Business(03:43) - What does this company do?(08:47) - Mike's idea on the deal(11:44) - What do we think of this deal, and why do we hate it?(13:52) - Is this industry in a bull or a bear market?(14:59) - Why would you sell a business which is about to close a BIG contract?(16:23) - Is there an obsolescence risk on the tech side?(18:58) - What should buyers prioritize?(20:07) - How are some investments so profitable? What does this mean for VC & PE investing?(21:06) - What do we think about betting on future tech trends?(23:20) - Is there a bull case for “soon to be obsolete” businesses?(29:30) - We're looking for B2B service businesses. Send ‘em over!-----Additional episodes you might enjoy:#142 - Should we buy this Crossfit Gym?#141 - A very profitable B2B Internet Business in the Petcare Vertical#140 - Let's SBA the heck out of this deal - with special Guest Heather Endresen#139 - Will we make bank with a Medical Equipment Supply Company?#138 - See-food but for plants? With special guest Xavier Helgesen  Do you love Acquanon and want to see our smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel. Do you enjoy our content? Rate our show! Follow us on Twitter @acquanon Learnings about small business acquisitions and operations.

The Berean Manifesto
S3EP100 - Looking back as we move

The Berean Manifesto

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 60:23


S3Ep100 - Looking Back As We Move Pastor Bill And Pastor Newms  Transcript Pastor Bill: [0:00] Hello and welcome to season 3 episode 100 of the breed Manifesto faith hope and love but the modern Christian, my best to build I'm joined as always by Pastor newms other Corner pastor newms, see what I'm looking at the screen no you're over here at then wait no you're over here. Where did bills hair go what do you mean where did my hair go my hairs right here here here. Pastor Newms: [0:36] So when you're sitting the way you're sitting we can't see the top of your head. Pastor Bill: [0:42] Yeah I don't know why if I guess if I move way back. Pastor Newms: [0:46] Now you have to move the microphone properly you can't move your camera up because of your thing he's right. Pastor Bill: [0:54] Yeah there's stuff you see the clips holding this this drop cloth off and stuff like that. Pastor Newms: [1:12] Yeah see end of season three I think that means we each have to do four cards right is that what that means. Pastor Bill: [1:18] Oh my gosh no please no. So we started this podcast in 2017. [1:36] Yeah I would I would release an episode and then we would talk about it in our life meeting you know we would talk about you know the. Pastor Newms: [1:42] Yep. Pastor Bill: [1:44] Back then I was actually doing an episode of day for a while and that's be too much it was too much too much to do too much to talk about, and so we went to one episode a week and here we are now, we did 100 episodes in season 1 100 episodes in season 2 and now one of the episodes on season 3, and then we had that one Easter sets. [2:16] With that one Easter set where I did a whole week of episodes where I typed them episode I don't know season 1 episode 65 point 1.2.3.4 for the whole week so, so you know yeah so we're we're past 300 episodes for sure but here we are so, yeah so tonight we're gonna we're gonna sound too far away uman Mike a little bit more how's that is that better. Pastor Newms: [2:46] Um yeah I'll turn you up a little more. Pastor Bill: [2:49] Sound like I'm up so far away now. Pastor Newms: [2:51] I turned you up a little too I tried to fix it beforehand but I guess I did not fix it. Pastor Bill: [2:58] Okay my bad sorry is 80 we didn't mean to not have good microphone settings before we started. Pastor Newms: [3:05] Plus your sinus infection makes it sound like you're far away even though I can hear you clearly you're so lucky. Pastor Bill: [3:09] Yeah massage it's wreaking havoc with my brain with my face. Pastor Newms: [3:15] Back here all the way through all of your nasal cavities don't do that. Pastor Bill: [3:21] Robin I've been doing a lot of sleeping trying to catch up to make the sinus infection better yeah that's what I'm sick with the flu and that just that knocks me out 100 percent perlite, so we can have two weeks and then this time it's I know it's a science infection I can actually feel it, you know and then when my immune system tries to fight something that affects my whole body my whole body starts to act like I've got a fever even when I don't, I have a fever so I get all the eggs in the pains and the that weird stuff so, and then I'm so susceptible to medicines like, so I started taking acetaminophen and ibuprofen because that's a really good mixture you know but then I'm so susceptible to medications that, yeah. Pastor Newms: [4:14] You at night for a while. Pastor Bill: [4:17] Well well I sleep in the nude right and. Pastor Newms: [4:19] It's too much information but thank you. Pastor Bill: [4:22] Well hold on hold on this morning I remember here in the puppy whining I remember looking out the window and seeing there were sunlight and I remember looking at my phone, 7:33 and then the next thing I knew I was sitting on the couch fully dressed and it was several hours later I had an unopened monster sitting next to me and I was holding the puppy and I was like, I think I took too much cinnamon often and ibuprofen because I have no idea how I got out here and and I don't remember putting on clothes. Pastor Newms: [4:53] Well at least. Pastor Bill: [4:54] I left her at least I put on clothes before I win. Pastor Newms: [4:56] Exactly exactly at least you did the right steps and you didn't just you know you do live in the country but. Pastor Bill: [5:05] That you have blood you have children. Pastor Newms: [5:07] Right so you don't want to be standing out on your porch with your grandma across the street waving just everything waving you know just. Pastor Bill: [5:18] So maybe I need a dial back up just just a bit on the administer this sort of benefit and ibuprofen mixture because because I'm pretty sure acceptable to, the case that didn't number. Pastor Newms: [5:41] There it is that box yep the Box you have no recollection of actually purchasing. Pastor Bill: [5:47] Box I have no red but you were there you remember it so I highly at least then at least there I have you know. Pastor Newms: [5:49] I do remember it I fully remember. Pastor Bill: [5:55] For evidence of what happens because you were there. Pastor Newms: [5:57] Let me show you this cool little shop that I go to that you've never been to and then next thing I know we're it's the next day and you're going we're just Box come from. Pastor Bill: [6:09] This is where I keep all the love notes my wife wrote me while we were dating. In that box right there. Pastor Newms: [6:21] Nope don't put it there then we can't see Jessie. Pastor Bill: [6:23] Your face is covering that whole part of my desk so they can't see Jesse anyway. Pastor Newms: [6:29] Oh yeah we'll still move it slightly over because I can't see Jesse thank you. Pastor Bill: [6:36] Move you can see Jesse. Pastor Newms: [6:39] Selfish but hey deal with it y'all. Pastor Bill: [6:44] I keep three pictures of people in my bedroom I keep Jesse my father-in-law I keep a picture of my grandmother right up there and I keep a picture of my mom over there and that's it that's all I got as far as pictures, anyway yeah so, how was your week pastor newms. Pastor Newms: [7:15] I worked for days and then part of the fifth day but we were technically close as a company. Pastor Bill: [7:26] Closed for Veterans Day. Well I can't play games right now, so there's that. Pastor Newms: [7:55] Do we have an ETA on your computer. Pastor Bill: [7:59] No they sent me a list of parts they wanted me to buy and then they're going to do the labor putting it all together but I have to go get the part. Pastor Newms: [8:11] Amazon is your friend. Pastor Bill: [8:14] Yeah they sent me a on links. Pastor Newms: [8:16] Or I could send you a different link to another company that can actually compare it's called PC part picker it's what we typically use. Pastor Bill: [8:24] Is he part picker. Pastor Newms: [8:37] Aspects and then I buy the parts and. Pastor Bill: [8:44] Imagine if your name was Peter Piper and you worked for a PC company called part picker. [9:00] So my week was you know this this nonsense. Pastor Newms: [9:04] Aha. Pastor Bill: [9:05] This infection nonsense the puppies doing great driving me nuts at night one to go out that's expected when you're housebreaking a puppy. Pastor Newms: [9:22] Better him waking you up than him not waking you up her her. Pastor Bill: [9:27] We've got it yeah her we've got her in this kennel and she doesn't absolutely hate it so that's good, during the day the other day it was the middle of the day and she wanted to go out and instead of going to the door and she hasn't quite figured that out yet she went to her kennel, and got into her kennel and started yapping and when I went over there she started doing Tippy Toe tippy toes, and I put the collar higher you know the thing on her we went outside and she went to use the restroom she she went to the kennel to let me know she needed to go outside so that was kind of funny. Pastor Newms: [10:04] That's fine so Kaiju you know all of her 60 found Pound gloriousness, everyone can be downstairs on the couch watching a TV both her mama's so my sister and my wife downstairs on the couch watching something she will come, upstairs and bark at me and it's like what do you need, and she has me go to the stairs and yelled down someone please let Kai out and she'll go out as opposed to just telling them so puppies are weird, I thought that would change when I moved my office upstairs because she used to do what my office was downstairs thought it would change it hasn't she still comes and tells. Pastor Bill: [10:55] It's like man I'm just gonna go find you. Pastor Newms: [10:57] Yeah, which is really funny she does the same thing when both me and her mom might my sister who we both had their lives upstairs and she will. Come into my office from the bedroom to tell me she needs to go out and it's like. Pastor Bill: [11:23] You're like you were just in the bedroom with a human being. Pastor Newms: [11:26] Yeah yeah why does daddy have to be the one yeah. Here we go my favorite segments. Pastor Bill: [11:42] You ready your favorite segments in the whole wide world. Pastor Newms: [11:44] With my most hated cards. Pastor Bill: [11:47] What's the cheesiest movie moment or line you can think of. [12:17] Question was what's the cheesiest movie moment or line you can think of. [12:42] So what pops into my head immediately you know without doing much searching or trying to think about it would be the anal but monkey from Bruce Almighty. Pastor Newms: [12:52] I do. Pastor Bill: [12:54] That's some super cheesy stuff right there. Pastor Newms: [12:56] I don't remember that. Pastor Bill: [12:58] You don't remember that. It's the gangsters and they're like we're going to mess you up bottle and he's like. Pastor Newms: [13:12] I don't know zadie says if you're a bird I'm a bird which I have no idea what that's from. Pastor Bill: [13:20] Me either. Pastor Newms: [13:21] Phoenix says you had me at hello that one is pretty cheesy oh it's from The Notebook that's a movie. [13:39] We don't need no badges from bigs that that works. Pastor Bill: [13:44] We don't need no stinking badges. Pastor Newms: [13:46] I can think of one and I'm just going to say part of it and it's just dingdong and that that's all I'm going to say like a doorbell ding dong. [14:07] That's that's that's a that's a something I don't know if that's cheesy yeah I can't think of anything real cheesy I'm not doing well thinking of cheesy. Pastor Bill: [14:20] Should we pull another car or. Pastor Newms: [14:22] I think we should. Pastor Bill: [14:27] Would you rather have unlimited sushi for life or unlimited tacos for life. Pastor Newms: [14:33] Tacos that's a stupid question. Pastor Bill: [14:36] Really tacos. Pastor Newms: [14:36] I don't like sushi it's uncooked most of. Pastor Bill: [14:40] I love sushi. Pastor Newms: [14:45] Now the thing about it it's a valid question because we're Sushi there's a lot of different kinds, so many and same with tacos there's a lot of different kinds of tacos and so with the sushi or the tacos you could have arguably not the same meal, every day even though it's all you can eat. Pastor Bill: [15:12] And technically you could have sushi Taco because Sushi is just a word that means with rice. Pastor Newms: [15:22] Yes senior poopy bottom there is cooked sushi, I haven't had any I am not a sushi person my daughter is a sushi person Biggs eats sushi. With there's a there's a place we go here where, Biggs share sushi with my daughter when we go there there's a Hibachi place that also does sushi pretty good so, but yeah that's um I'd say tacos though so would you actually say Sushi over tacos. Pastor Bill: [16:05] Yeah I would actually choose Sushi I guess I've had enough tacos in my life though and I would I would choose, unless unless it's just that Sushi they sell at Walmart from that really awful brand that warmer went with where The Rice literally tastes like cardboard. And then I guess I would choose tacos. Pastor newms walked away. Pastor Newms: [16:31] I'm sorry I had to I had to walk away for anyone to say a Blasphemous statement like, I've had too many tacos in my life I just I, I can't even fathom I've had too many tacos in my life I just I, I think I'm legitimately offended we've had full on arguments, on here about deep religious comments and the thing I think that has offended me the most is. Pastor Bill: [17:32] Is my statement about Taco intake. Pastor Newms: [17:35] I've had too many tacos, who we might have just lost the all of our viewers over that one I think everyone else has left us now because you've had too many tacos, no I'm just that's just it hurt but I get it. Pastor Bill: [17:57] Or maybe me. Pastor Newms: [17:59] I get it, I understand because I mean you've had a lot of tacos I get that it. Pastor Bill: [18:11] I mean I grew up in in Texas and there's a you know when you when you live in a small town where one of the only fast food options is a Taco Bell. Pastor Newms: [18:22] Those aren't tacos. Pastor Bill: [18:23] You eat there a lot just like us. Pastor Newms: [18:25] Those aren't tacos no those aren't tacos. Pastor Bill: [18:29] Okay let me let me let me reiterate the question. If you could only have Jack in the Box deep-fried tacos or sushi for the rest of your life. Pastor Newms: [18:42] Sushi cuz I won't eat Jack-in-the-Box deep-fried tacos. Pastor Bill: [18:45] Right that's nasty that ain't taco. Pastor Newms: [18:47] Well there are people who love those but know at that point I would have to force myself to eat sushi I don't like which here's the funny thing about sushi. Pastor Bill: [18:59] I don't know I don't understand how anybody it's Jack in the Box it's just dog food. Pastor Newms: [19:03] You got to be really high anyway the I mean they leaned into it when you have a meal called the Munchie Meal you just you know who your target audience is it's just one of. Pastor Bill: [19:16] Your target audiences. Pastor Newms: [19:17] So the thing about sushi that I don't like here's the really funny part everything is in sushi I like right. [19:29] But with sushi it's all touching and I don't like that necessarily. Pastor Bill: [19:36] It's all touching and Tacos as well. Pastor Newms: [19:38] That's the funny thing that I was going to step that's the that's the Paradox that I was just going to say is the reason I don't like sushi sits everything rolled up in it but I love burritos I love tacos, we're just contemplating whether or not we're going to make tamales for Christmas or not, you know and we were at the store today and zaidi was like should we make tamales this year and I'm like I think we should so we're probably going to make tamales this year for Christmas but. Pastor Bill: [20:09] But can we can we both agree that Chicago deep dish pizza is actually just marinara soup. Pastor Newms: [20:19] No Pastor Bill: [20:36] There's this video go to rat on Tick-Tock of a Chicago-style deep-dish being made and they cut it and they go to pick up the piece of pizza and all the marinara sauce just falls off into the pizza and they just have, thin piece of crust and some cheese and they're like oh that looks delicious that's amazing I love that and I was like, you need a spoon to eat that that is not pizza. Pastor Newms: [21:00] And that is not deep dish that is not deep dish, yeah that's not deep dish pizza either that no that's that's something else that's that's, yeah I think I think I think Biggs is going to start I think I actually heard him scream from across town and I think I heard my mother gasp from in the same household, as Biggs types that is not Chicago Pizza being. Pastor Bill: [21:33] Brother I'm a tick tock talking about this is the best Chicago deep dish pizza you can buy this is amazing I've been there and having it amazing. Pastor Newms: [21:41] Blasphemy, the internet disagreed with you so much you froze there for a second even the internet was like now we got to make him be quiet he's got a quit big says that's fake news. Pastor Bill: [21:56] Those fake that's fake news close. Pastor Newms: [22:01] There is a place that Biggs enjoyed in downtown Fort Worth. Pastor Bill: [22:12] Risen who knows yeah. [22:29] To wrap up season three we're looking back at season 3. Pastor Newms: [22:36] Oh not all the way back okay. Pastor Bill: [22:37] Not quite two years worth of content but. Pastor Newms: [22:40] No no it's over two years worth of content episode 14 season, three was in October of 2020. Pastor Bill: [23:07] Well newms picked his best his favorite episodes for the season and I was supposed to do the same thing but then this whole thing and I just slept so, so I went through his list and I picked out my for favorites from his list. Pastor Newms: [23:27] I was I only supposed to pick for. Pastor Bill: [23:29] No I didn't give you a number. I just that's what I picked out my favorite for. Pastor Newms: [23:35] All right do you want to talk about your favorite for first. Okay so let's go in order backwards what do you think where do you want to go in order for words. Pastor Bill: [23:47] I don't know what you mean by backwards or forwards because it depends on where you're starting from. Pastor Newms: [23:49] You want me to start with 91 or do you want me to start with one. Pastor Bill: [23:54] We should start with one. Pastor Newms: [23:55] Okay so episode one of season three I listed as my favorite because it's where we talked about Halloween now we've talked about Halloween several, we're short for Halloween twice in this series in this, but this one was one that you shared some of your Halloween Thoughts From the Past, and like like the reason why we exchange Halloween cards which is a really funny situation because when I say exchange Halloween cards what I mean is billiam sends me a Halloween card every year, except for this year which he did not mail me a Halloween card but I was in Texas and so I gave him a Halloween card not knowing. Pastor Bill: [24:41] Somewhere still the exchange of Halloween. Pastor Newms: [24:43] That he didn't get me one which is just humorous but one of the big, takeaways from that episode overall was to not be fearful of things that are not, understood or not known by you and those types of things and that was one of the big takeaways, what do you want to say about that episode. Pastor Bill: [25:17] No yeah the the the big takeaway there is absolutely right just because you don't understand it, doesn't mean you have to fear it you should be you should be grasping a hold of what you do understand, and as a Christian what you do understand is that the light has one God is one the darkness is lost, you should be embracing that instead of freaking out that oh my gosh I knew Hocus Pocus movie came out, and. Pastor Newms: [25:49] Let's just lean on the understanding that it wasn't as good as the first and. Pastor Bill: [25:54] Actually. Pastor Newms: [25:56] You did not enjoy it more. Pastor Bill: [25:59] Will you let me talk I understand what. Pastor Newms: [26:02] Taco comment earlier. Pastor Bill: [26:05] Sending me I understand what you're saying but my kids be eight year old and a three year old, had zero interest in Hocus Pocus after seeing hocus-pocus one but then when they saw hocus-pocus to they were like oh my gosh these are the best two movies ever and they wanted to re-watch hocus-pocus one and two and one and two, but it wasn't until I saw two that it really spoke to their worldview you know. Pastor Newms: [26:42] And we'll move on from there so the next one I picked was episode 13 episode 13 was entitled the Berean lifestyle and, I I loved the discussion that we had around the Brie and lifestyle because this is called the Berean Manifesto we talked about bereans a lot we've talked about the bereans a bunch, but in that episode we really dug into what that means, and those types of things and as Biggs just said on Twitch it did Leave It Wide Open for next year I'm pretty sure they're going to do a Disney Channel spin-off or something with the three new girls or something but that's fine, yeah I really that's what I think they're going to lead into a TV show and I'm okay but I loved the discussion that we had around the Brie and lifestyle and why we do it and what it truly means so yeah. Pastor Bill: [27:46] Awesome. Pastor Newms: [27:49] Okay so then episode go ahead. Pastor Bill: [27:54] It's really important to me the whole Berean lifestyle issue, you sleep it's the name of the whole podcast after it you know and so any time where we get to really just dive into well what does that mean and what are the implications and why do we choose that, it's really a good a good time a good time for me and a good time for me to express. [28:24] A lot of the way I see that life should be lived but then like we were talking about last week you know we're just kind of. [28:34] Preaching to the choir at this. Pastor Newms: [28:37] That we can talk about that in a minute but yeah I I was a little saddened in looking over the last year statistically, but we can talk about that later when we do wrap up at the end. Okay the next one, I skip to episode 39 so I skipped like half a year and it was called Progressive, quotation mark line quotation mark dot dot dot right and what we talked about in that episode was around the, the disc deconstruction movement things that we saw things that we knew and the fact that deconstruction overall isn't. Pastor Bill: [29:58] This is the first one of your list that I was like yes I that was one of my favorites and for two reasons there's this is one of my favorites for two reasons one is, well you were just saying you know it deconstruction is is actually to me an essential part, any Christians walk because, the defining factor that that makes you a Christian versus not a Christian, is that you believe in your heart and confess with your mouth. [30:38] And if you never actually do a deep dive into what it is that you're doing why it is that you're doing what it is that you actually believe, good how can you be sure that you actually believe or were you, coerced through emotion to recite a prayer, right so I have so many people that they grew up thinking oh yeah I'm a Christian I'm a Christian I think I go to church you know I serve in the church and then years later the look back and they'll go and never actually believed any of that. [31:18] I thought I did and I thought I was passionate about it or you'll get people to be like oh yeah I was a Believer but I'm not anymore, and that's just not how Christianity really works if you ever were truly convinced, then you can't be unconvinced it's once you understand the truth it is the truth that's how it works, and so there's that P and keep what important part there's you don't want to get to the end of your life thinking I'm a believer I'm going to go to heaven I'm going to live eternally with God how whatever your you know idea of the afterlife is, and then you get to judgment and and Jesus I never knew you, like Jesus said would happen with what some of those. [32:13] Pastors that would get there and we cast out demons in your name we healed the sick in your name is he's I never knew you, because it never actually believed you know you don't want to get there and have that moment, it'd be much better for you to understand that now and then perhaps there's a chance for you to find Salvation later and actually be convinced and have faith, and then that was that was number one is that an essential part of Christianity and then number two, is [32:48] One of the things we talked about was that Christianity is social justice, it's not that you know we we see a lot in the Evangelical culture about this well woke is the wrong way it's anti-christian well no, Christianity is social justice everything that Jesus did is defined as social justice everything that he commanded us to do, is social justice everything New Testament talks about that is the quintessential Christianity that is social justice, if you look around the world and you're seeing these social justice things happening and you're like I don't believe that that's communism whatever, you need to take a step back because Christianity is social justice and if you're using it as a tool for something else. [33:46] That's that's that's wrong that's not what Christianity is and so that's that's two reasons why I really like that episode. Pastor Newms: [33:57] So the next episode was episode 40 real far jump from 39. Pastor Bill: [34:06] So far. Pastor Newms: [34:07] And it was called defending the dot-dot-dot and the thing I loved about it was you know we're called to defend and sometimes that's making a whip because the story that we used was you know Jesus at the temple creating a whip and it wasn't because he was mad because, you know just because they had turned his father's Temple into you know, a den of capitalism but it was because they were taking advantage of people and that's truly, you know also part you know a huge part of that and that lends itself to that discussion we had before of you know in a lot of ways that Jesus was very much, for the people and taking advantage of people is bad. Pastor Bill: [35:05] Well the equivalent if you really want to you know brass tacks it the equivalent is, imagine you went to church one day and in the lobby there's table setup and there's people there that are there they have this sales pitch of, you bills bills got you down can't afford to pay your tithe this week just come take out a loan. Pastor Newms: [35:28] Open up this credit card. Pastor Bill: [35:30] Overall this credit card and pay your tithe on this credit card no problem small low interest fee it's fine don't worry about the interest you can handle it. Pastor Newms: [35:39] It really is. Pastor Bill: [35:41] This is the equivalent of what was going on and so it's like excuse me you're going to see what now, oh you want to participate in the building fund but you don't have any extra funds today no problem just take out a loan, we'll apply that money to the building fund and there you go you've participate in the building fund and you can just pay off the interest later it's a win-win we, we make me make a little bit of money off of loaning you money and you get to participate in the building fun it's great right. This is the idea of what was going on and that I think that would make me angry too. Pastor Newms: [36:20] I think it would make most people angry that doesn't make you angry I'm a little worried I won't be honest all right so then, episode 43 What Fear can teach us about faith which is pretty evident from the title fears not always bad it's how you respond, it does it for that one. Pastor Bill: [36:47] What's the same thing about bravery bravery is not the absence of fear, bravery is how you respond in the face of fear, instead of letting fear win well faith is not the absence of doubt it's not the absence of fear, faith is being surrounded by doubt and fear, and going you know what these doubts and these fears are just fuel for my faith and you know pushing forward with what you believe is real despite the lack of evidence for that or the evidence to the contrary, so yeah. [37:42] Really not it's really not because it doesn't it doesn't fit the narrative the Evangelical narrative you know that, you live and then you die and you only have the choice while you're living and. [38:01] It's hard to coerce people into being afraid of failing to find Salvation when they're alive if. You have to explain that there were a time when other people had a different option, and if this is all confusing you then you should go back and listen to me up so, but basically we talked about the where the New Testament talks about Jesus during that time after he died he goes to hell and he preaches the gospel to those that are in captive and she'll those who had died before, so that they have access to the Salvation as well it's a really good it's a really good concept I think because it, it answers this question you get a lot of people who ask well what about if Jesus is the only way to heaven of Jesus the only way to God, what about all those people that live before Jesus did they just are they just doomed to Hell forever and will that that answer is in the, it's there and to deny that part of the Fiat the basic theology that's in the Bible because we've talked about that the Bible is literally just basic theology, to deny that denies some of the questions that people have why did they make you laugh. Pastor Newms: [39:26] You remind me of a song and I don't remember what band it was I think I remember the band but I don't want to miss a the band and then have bigs and zadie yell at me but, the, basic instructions before leaving Earth solids for it's just basic instructions it's right there in the acronym and I want to say it was The Katinas this thing that, a hundred percent on that I was that's what I thought who was it. Pastor Bill: [40:00] Camera with the name of the band but it wasn't it wasn't The Katinas. Pastor Newms: [40:03] No okay I think I did that I think I did that once before and then had to look it up and realized who it was all right next one. Pastor Bill: [40:15] Who was it that thing. Pastor Newms: [40:16] Episode 71 casting lots and hanging thoughts so, and that's thoughts as in thoughty2 or all of those out there who are understand internet references, thoughts. Pastor Bill: [40:37] Burlap to Cashmere. Pastor Newms: [40:39] I'll Burlap to cashmere that's who it was thank you. That's just a great title it was a great title is very good on your part and, good discussion throughout that episode its parts that people don't talk about a lot its parts that you know casting lots is a very interesting thing, and so yeah it was it was an interesting one. Pastor Bill: [41:10] Casting lots being something that you still do. Pastor Newms: [41:13] I do I do that is true. Pastor Bill: [41:15] I do it from time to time. Pastor Newms: [41:17] I mean I do it with I do it right here I mean I've got I've got my dice tray right here I played D&D with it but these three I use, to help make decisions when I can't make a decision. Pastor Bill: [41:34] Yeah I mean when you flip a coin when you know when people flip a coin like should we go to Denny's or should be good IHOP let's flip a coin that's casting lots if you're casting lat. Pastor Newms: [41:45] My favorite time to use it, is should I do this or should I do that and it's always I don't use it for big decisions of course but I use it for things like should I take a nap or should I play video games should I watch this movie or should I take a nap should I, actually usually it's if I should take a nap or not should I do whatever the family wants me to do or should I take a nap it really is around my nap time let's I think like 90% of the time it's if I should take a nap or not, now that I start thinking about it. Pastor Bill: [42:21] Try to take a nap or not. [42:35] And as far as casting lots the the Old Testament law actually lays out casting lots as one of the ways to determine what God's will for something in, so it's not witchcraft is not Wizardry it's not you know whatever it's actually laid out, in the Old Testament as a way for the followers of the Lord to determine what is God's will for something. [43:08] All right, C3 p72. Pastor Newms: [43:11] 72 aren't they glands so, I wrote this it's not it doesn't have anything to do with what the actual conversation was about but I wrote the comment insults can be a good thing and it's not it's not what the, the thing was about at all, but I thought it was clever so that's what I wrote I like the conversation because it really showed, that that term when it's used in that verse it is an insult, like aren't these guys just fishermen aren't these guys just idiots aren't these guys just those guys that are uneducated like how are they talking like this how do they have this understanding the important part around that is of course that, it's the holy spirit so. Pastor Bill: [44:02] It's the same concept of, when Jesus went into the temple and it was his day to just speak and he, he chose a scroll and he read from Isaiah about, the time when the Lord would come to Open the Eyes of the Blind and open here's the death and to declare the year of the Lord, and the reaction of the crowd. [44:33] Wait isn't this the Carpenter's son how can you even read the scroll you know it's that same concept something something, Supernatural is happening that this idiot is able to do that, and so it's this moment of of when you're being underestimated and and it was it was at this, this point of the day of Pentecost and there there are speaking in all these languages of all these people, and then they're talking about these deep level Concepts and the the people like aren't these galileans it because they're hearing their accents, and in the in that episode you were you were talking about it's similar to saying like aren't these coal miners from that coal mining town aren't these fishermen from that fishing to like, these guys aren't supposed to be Rogue Scholars these guys are supposed to be idiots who were just good for, the rough-and-tumble jobs how are they saying these things. [45:52] Yeah that one day esta la biblioteca. Pastor Newms: [45:58] Yeah thank you that was another great point of that, episode now I'm a little confused, going into the next to because you said you have for that you really liked and you said this is my first one, we're down to two and you've never said this is what I also picked. Pastor Bill: [46:25] Sorry it was it was 3969. 71 and 72. Pastor Newms: [46:33] Okay okay I was like wait a second now so this is one of the things I put in my personal notes down here, of part of season 3 that I did not enjoy, which towards the end of season 3 I don't even remember how many episodes. [47:01] I was the big face and I was leading it, because Bill took a sabbatical and you can't trust it just by the image I thought about that but I think it's like one less than the image maybe maybe but, so these last two are ones that I actually LED that that I picked episode 87, reasons Christians should not celebrate birthdays and the reason why this was brought up is because I hate my birthday, I hate celebrating my birthday I don't like celebrating Christmas I don't like getting gifts I don't think we should celebrate holidays because I don't like, I love giving people gifts I love giving people at you know I don't like receiving so I don't think we should celebrate birthdays because of that, now of course that's crazy you should listen to episode it's funny but the reason I picked it was because it's talking about, why we should speak on things even if we don't like it like the idea came to me because I was upset that we are celebrating my birthday, or about to I can't remember which side it was on. [48:24] And I was like I don't want to do this I should talk about that let me find biblically I know there sects of Christianity that don't celebrate birthdays let me find Y and let me disprove the fact that we shouldn't do this and of course, isn't valid scriptural evidence for it so, I didn't win the argument but that's the point is as people who are, studying to have the conversations. [49:00] We can't just talk about we want sometimes we've talked about hard topics that we don't enjoy because they're hard topics and that's why I brought that one up. [49:12] And then episode 91 which was is salvation the end goal, and that was a good conversation I think discipleship is extremely important and so often as Bill alluded to earlier, certain churches have pushed The Narrative of salvations the most important thing. [49:54] And it is super important but we're not, commanded the Great Commission is not go get people saved it's Go Make Disciples we should be discipling and so often we lose that in your big, congregation style churches where, not all of course not all there are deer churches out there that have discipleship programs in small groups and are doing it correctly but there is a lot especially in the, 90s and hearts that were just pushing for salvation numbers and, that doesn't help build the kingdom it just builds people that sometimes then go and deconstruct because they wasn't actual belief there to begin with. [50:45] And so those were my episodes that I chose that I liked a lot from, the last 100 episodes in season 3 also I wrote it was a very very long two years if you think about where we were in October of 2022 now. Oh my gosh there's so much difference between those two time periods. Pastor Bill: [51:12] Happened in that. Pastor Newms: [51:13] Um so much so much has happened in those two years. To your punk so it's it's twice one is the celebration of the king that took John the Baptist head. It was during that celebration that they took John the Baptist head because he was like I'm in a good mood and his, daughter nice someone I don't have the scriptures pulled so I don't want to miss say it, female relative was like you should give me John the Baptist head because you're in a good mood and he was like yeah let's do it. Pastor Bill: [52:13] Niece / stepdaughter. Pastor Newms: [52:16] Yes there you go and the other one is one of the Pharaohs, back in somewhere there's a discussion of a Pharaoh's birthday I don't remember where or, when but those are the two only and so because of that because of that some people say you shouldn't celebrate your birthday and in certain Jewish cultures, certain you know depending on which sect of Judaism they don't. Pastor Bill: [52:48] Jehovah's Witnesses don't celebrate birthdays. Pastor Newms: [52:51] Do not either that is correct. Pastor Bill: [52:53] I believe the Greek Orthodox don't celebrate birthdays. [53:06] But they do make great Gyros. Pastor Newms: [53:08] Yes I do miss the Greek festival. Pastor Bill: [53:16] Yeah but there's a lot of pagan stuff tied up in birthdays, the round cake and the candles being worship of Artemis the blowing out the candles and what. Is that where you get sheet cake instead of round. Pastor Newms: [53:35] I said I used a square sheet cake. Pastor Bill: [53:38] Yeah the blowing out the candles and make a wish the the smoke is supposed to carry your wish up to Artemis so she can grant your wish there's all these all these. Pastor Newms: [53:47] That's just in sanitary. Pastor Bill: [53:49] Pagan things that right my last birthday you know because we're in the height of pandemic not my last breath the breath for that, they lit the candles and I was like bring the cake out and they were like no don't blow on it was like I'm not going to blow on it and they were like what do you want us to light the candles like someone put the candles out well no not you can't blow it I'm not gonna blow on it so they got close and I did a Thunderclap, and it's all the candles went out it was great you know I was like Hulk smash Thunderclap. Pastor Newms: [54:22] Nice all right so what else. Pastor Bill: [54:27] All right what would seven parody. Pastor Newms: [54:30] What else do you want to discuss in episode 100 episode 100. Pastor Bill: [54:37] We're good next week we next week know the 300 technically but yeah next week we were going to hit season 4 episode 1, so that'll be that'll be good we're gonna we're actually going to spend, most if not all of that episode in Genesis 1:1 so that'll be fun, and so we'll talk we'll talk a little bit about, Genesis as a whole and then we'll be focusing on in on Genesis 1:1 and then we'll kind of see where we go from there for the rest of the season I don't know I doubt we'll be doing an exegesis from Genesis 11 through all of scripture, so we're definitely going to talk about. Pastor Newms: [55:37] That would take more than 100 episodes I think so. Pastor Bill: [55:38] More than more than a season yeah but we're just going to start it in 11 and and so yeah it'll be a good time this podcast comes out. [56:00] If you were gonna do the big odds we would talk about things of notes that each name did and then he named that didn't do anything of note we would definitely skip those, it'd be like yeah that guy didn't do anything so we're gonna skip that name, it was just a rung in the ladder all right this podcast comes out on Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. anywhere that you get your podcasts why are you laughing pastor newms. Pastor Newms: [56:28] So last week I was supposed to put it out but they were they had maintenance on Monday on Sunday night remember I was. Pastor Bill: [56:36] I'll see you did that. Pastor Newms: [56:38] So I didn't so it went out Thursday morning at like 9:15 in the morning when I realized I didn't put it out sorry so it made me giggle my bad. Pastor Bill: [56:50] And then earlier today you were like did I never put out City theology part 3. Pastor Newms: [56:55] I didn't it doesn't look like I put it out anywhere. Pastor Bill: [56:57] That's funny. Pastor Newms: [57:00] Which was one I didn't want to record so I must have been in a bad mood when we finished because it. Pastor Bill: [57:07] So this podcast when we remember to push it out live comes out on, round about Wednesday sometimes Thursday or Friday or Saturday sometimes Sunday right before we record the next live episode or sometimes never depending on how lazy were, so just follow us somewhere where you get Podcast you'll get notified when we get around to dropping an episode, or you could join us on Sunday evenings when we sometimes go live because sometimes we don't if we're feeling sick sicker than I am right now we're having like a family holiday like Halloween you know. [57:52] Our app Grayson asked why does your app stay gone fishing I thought that's what he posted the occlusion House app has been defunct for at least two years bro. Pastor Newms: [58:02] I'm not sure how you found it. Pastor Bill: [58:05] He probably still had it downloaded from back in the day. Yeah alright so join us live on Sunday evenings at 6:30 p.m. Central Standard Time you can go to EKK.house to find out which twitch what Facebook and which YouTube, oui are live on those accounts, and we would we would love to have you here participating in the chat you heard us talking back and forth to some people in the chat when we first started, the whole point of the chat is so that people can interact while we're having the theological discussions being very in and what not, so join us live and we would love to have you here in our virtual Studio I'm in Texas Pastor newms is in Tennessee, and yeah we'd love to be face-to-face and serving food again like we used to in the past that is not the season we're in, just serving spiritual food. Who wants spiritual seconds that's not how the. [59:27] Could I guess I would be a could be hearing and you could be there eating on. Pastor Newms: [59:31] We both shove our faces right before we start. Pastor Bill: [59:34] You wanted you wanted to do that when we were going when we were going to straight video you were like me and Tina can be at our table eating and you could be eating where you are and I was like let's let's not, eat on camera in front of people that's not, the same thing as here have some food on the church that's more like you don't have food haha we do, um so yeah, all right so we love you guys and we hope you have a great. Pastor Newms: [1:00:12] Chipper stay safe out there. Pastor Bill: [1:00:17] Pastor newms just had a small focal seizure and until next time.