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155 minutes | 5 days ago
374 – Fred Brown, COVID-19 Updates, Vaccine Availability, Rest of 2020 Projections, and More
We are once again joined by infectious disease expert Fred Brown for this episode. This time, we dive into the recent news about vaccines - what the real story is with them, when they're going to be available to which groups of people, and when you might be able to expect to get one... and where. Challenges still facing the country, Why things aren't looking too good for the rest of 2020 and into mid-2021. All of this and more this week. As with every episode Fred is on, we recommend catching the video version of this if you can, since the context of his slides are important to understanding the words and conversational flow. His presentation: COVID VACCINE HBS 2020 11 15 FINALv1
74 minutes | 10 days ago
Ep373 – Plante Moran on Working from Home Securely and Safely, Porky’s, Local Search Results
We're joined by return guest Mike Lipinski from Plante Moran to talk about the increased risks encountered by both employees and companies in the ever-increasing work from home world, especially during the pandemic as both parties were caught off guard by the increased need to do so. From phishing attempts to ransomware attacks, it's a never ending cycle of increasing risk, especially for small to medium sized companies that are typically less prepared and working with fewer resources to make things work. Naturally, we also talk more Mandalorian Season 2, as well as the drastic increase in searches for weed, liquor, and pizza jumped immensely during election week, whether or not Porky's holds up after all these years after Bob discovered it on Amazon Prime, and so much more...
88 minutes | 15 days ago
372 – Tenacity Cloud, The Mandalorian, Oreo Doomsday Vault, Amazon Prime Content Lawsuit
Are you paying too much due to misconfigurations in the cloud? Do you even understand why your bill looks like what it does? Could you be doing better? Listen in and check out how our guests from Tenacity Cloud - https://tenacitycloud.com/ - can help you fix things. Plus there's The Mandalorian Season 2 to talk about, whether or not you own the content you buy from Amazon Prime Video, where to look for snacks during the apocalypse, the chaos around contact tracing here in Michigan and more...
85 minutes | a month ago
Episode 371 – JVSHumanServices, COVID Surcharges, Atari Comeback, Detroit Applebees
Listen in as we reminisce about a great moment 5 years ago when Applebees opened in Detroit, chat about Sirius buying Stitcher, figure out how Roadhouse could have ever been a 3.5 hour movie, laugh at Quibi's expense, and more. But first, we dive in with JVS Human Services - https://www.jvshumanservices.org/ - to talk about all of the great things they have going on even during these chaotic times to help people find new jobs or get financial assistance...
83 minutes | a month ago
Episode 370 – ELECTIONMANIA!
Our buddy August joins us tonight in his capacity as City Clerk for the city of Hamtramck so that we can dive into all of the rumors, stories, chaos, and mayhem that we're hearing about the upcoming election. Is it safe to go to the polls? What's the deal with mail in ballots? What if I screw up my mail in ballot? Can I still vote in person if I requested a mail in ballot but didn't use it? All this and more this week...
59 minutes | a month ago
Episode 369 – ZoomRide Launches New Rideshare Service
A new Michigan-based ride-share service, initially covering Wayne, Oakland, Macomb and Washtenaw counties, promises passengers and drivers one of the safest ride experiences possible. Zoom Ride, with headquarters and a call center in Dearborn, announced that the company has launched passenger service across southeastern Michigan. In direct competition with Uber Technologies and Lyft, founders Chairman Bilal Hashwi and CEO Basel AlYasin say Zoom Ride will fill gaps in the current ride-share marketplace by improving customer and driver safety and satisfaction, as well as increased income for drivers. “The uniqueness of our services and safety measures supersede what is currently offered in the marketplace,” said Hashwi. “We have developed the most comprehensive ride-share app and service in the industry. We did it with input and assistance from current rideshare drivers and riders to deliver the ultimate ride experience.” Hashwi continued, “For example, via the Zoom Ride app, female passengers now have the capability directly in the palm of their hands to request female drivers. Users will also find comfort in knowing that they may contact a company representative through our 24/7 call center, which provides live operator assistance for both the passenger and the driver. Also, loved ones will be able to track a passenger’s travels from beginning to end for added safety and security.” Because of COVID-19, Zoom Ride invested heavily in protective products that no other ride share company is offering. More than 700 drivers have signed up for Zoom Ride prior to launch. At this time, approximately 350 drivers have been screened and approved through Zoom Ride’s extensive background and document verification process. Unique features offered by the safety conscious ride-share company include: Panic button for riders and drivers. Once the button is activated, live audio and video from inside the car are streamed to the Zoom Ride security team. Motion activated UVC vehicle sanitizing lights. These lights automatically turn on and off to sanitize the car between rides. These are made available to all drivers. Sneeze guard vehicle barriers. These are made available to all drivers. U.S.-based call center support for riders and drivers. Have a question about Zoom Ride or a Zoom Ride trip? Contact the call center and speak with a live person. Masks. Forgot your mask? No problem. Zoom Ride provides free masks to all riders and drivers. Driver Requests. Female passengers may request female drivers. A rider can add drivers to his/her favorite driver list to be dispatched to them first. Photo IDs. Zoom Ride’s app displays photos and first names of both the driver and the rider for safety. Share Trip Info. Riders and drivers can share their trip information with a family member or friend who can then track the trip in real time. Schedule a Ride For a Friend or Family Member. The “Book for Other” option – contained within the app – allows users to book a ride for someone that doesn’t have the app, enabling smooth communication between driver and passengers. Book by the Hour With Multiple Stops. Make a day of it! Riders can shop, attend meetings or run errands without worrying about how long their driver will wait for them. Preferred language preference. Set a preferred language preference and the app will work to match riders with a driver to meet their preferences. Subject to availability. Zoom Ride drivers can earn 50 to 70 percent more than drivers with other ride share services, making them well motivated to offer top notch service. Riders win, too, when they download the rider app. Currently, riders using code ZOOM100 can receive $100 in FREE ride credit. Visit ww.MyZoomRide.com for details. “Within a 24-hour period, Zoom Ride drivers have the option to choose either to pay Zoom Ride a percent of their earnings – ideal for part-time drivers – or a daily driving f...
111 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep368 – Fred Brown, COVID-19, MI Supreme Court, Dept of Health, Trump’s Outlook, and Blac Chyna Makes HOW MUCH?
Once again we dive in with infectious disease expert Fred Brown, this time to talk through the potential impacts of the Michigan Supreme Court ruling, what the subsequent Department of Health ruling means, what Trump's prognosis may look like in the coming days, and so much more. Then we all freak out when we find out how much Blac Chyna makes on Only Fans per month and a whole host of other topics. Listen in! Fred Brown is at: http://www.fredbrown.com/ Fred's presentation from tonight is here: COVID MI Supreme Court
82 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 367 – Chatting with Bedrock, Downtown Businesses, What’s Open, Parking, Locations to Go
Episode 367 - Chatting with Bedrock, Downtown Businesses, What's Open, Parking, Locations to Go Check out the Open Business Directory at https://www.bedrockdetroit.com/
68 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 366 – QAnon Fun, CBS All Access, Paramount Plus, Dewgaritas, South Park Pandemic Special
Episode 366 - QAnon Fun, CBS All Access, Paramount Plus, Dewgaritas, South Park Pandemic Special
73 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 365 – Mandalorian Season 2, Archer, QuaranTime, Jet Pack Guy, Zoom Playdates
Episode 365 - Mandalorian Season 2, Archer, QuaranTime, Jet Pack Guy, Zoom Playdates e
161 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 364 – Fred Brown Talks Vaccines, Economic Impact, and more COVID-19 news
Episode 364 - Fred Brown Talks Vaccines, Economic Impact, and more COVID-19 news
50 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 363 – Cobra Kai on Netflix, Travel and Tourism Hit, Arby’s Fries Rule?
Episode 363 - Cobra Kai on Netflix, Travel and Tourism Hit, Arby's Fries Rule?
76 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 362 – Lucifer, Archer, Lego Stars Wars Video Game, COVID Mad Libs
Episode 362 - Lucifer, Archer, Lego Stars Wars Video Game, COVID Mad Libs
116 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 361 – Fred Brown and COVID-19 Updates, Schools Opening
Episode 361 - Fred Brown and COVID-19 Updates, Schools Opening
70 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 360 – Time Travel Paradox, Beirut Bomb, Disney+ Premium
Episode 360 - Time Travel Paradox, Beirut Bomb, Disney+ Premium
85 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 359 – Events Updates, Rubik’s Cube Competitions, Umbrella Academy Season 2, Binging
Hey, this is episode three 59 of the one and all the in the D show broadcasting live from our houses. This is Bob, the sales guy that is Dave geek. Randy, I do the Twitters is arguing about satellite broadband. You can find us email@example.com and do us a favor. Give us a like on the socials and subscribe to us everywhere. Fine podcasts are sold. I mean, you should. Cause I mean, God knows you're not going to see us anytime soon. Uh huh No, we were hell bent. We were all bent on doing an event in August. That's not happening. Nope. Did we were hell bent on doing that last event in March. We were like, it'll be fine. We're good to go. And, and then it all came tumbling down. I'm leaning I'm so we were like, I think I'm just gonna put it on the calendar for September. Just see what happens. Right. Well that's all you can do at this point. You know, just see what happens. Well, you know, Thursday, September, um, we're either going to, we're probably going to be at Nancy whiskeys down at Corktown. So, uh, put it on your calendars and then just keep an eye on what we're saying and doing, because obviously we're not going to put anybody in danger and we want everybody to be safe and cool, except for you. And you know who you are, we'll put you in danger. Yeah, no, I mean, it's, it's been a weird dude. I mean, you know, with just watching, you know, what's going on and, and you've got, you know, some States that are rolling back, uh, you've got, you know, an and starting to close up bars and restaurants again, you've got, you know, all the debates with school, you know, that are going on left and right. I mean, I got, you know, teacher, friends and parent friends and it's, this is like just the biggest cluster of clusters that I've seen. I like, there's been nothing like this in my life. Like, no, cause here's, here's the thing like, and this reminds me of arguments I've had at work before someone needs to drop the gavel because you have too many people saying too many things at the same time. Like it's like, that's okay. That's not okay. That's okay. But this isn't okay. You know? And you know, if he had fries, then it's okay. That's not okay, but not chicken wings or chicken wings, but not fries and chicken, chicken strips, but not chicken wings, chicken, you can be outdoors or you're going to be on motorcycles. New, new, new, new that's bad. No, no, no, you can't do that like, Oh, well, okay. So there's, there's a tie into one of our stories. Like everybody's kind of tweaking big. Well, and there's a difference between being on motorcycles and being on motorcycles, outdoors, and then being on a motorcycle outdoor with 250,000 Other people and bringing great dude. You ever, you ever been to a biker party? You ever been? Oh, when I was at Daytona for spring break, when I was negative the last week of biker week. And how, how socially distant our people during those events. They're common dot. Well, yeah. Cause they were going to kick your ass if you were the guy with the sun and blonde hair and the cheese, Why And the white tree torn. Yeah, the, yeah, the, uh, the wannabe Brian Bosworth look alike. Yeah. They weren't really interested in hanging out with you. Yeah, yeah. Um, no, just, I just wish someone would have a consensus. Um, cause like, yeah, now the school thing now, like normally that type of thing would come from the federal government Leaders And it's like, can we pick a doctor that like says wear masks, then the first thing he goes to in public doesn't wear one while he's sitting two feet from people. Well, but, and I do it, like I saw that meme a lot and it's one of those like, okay, so the person to his right was wearing a mask, uh, the person too. And, and he had it pulled down. So for all you knew, like he had just finished taking a drink of a beer or soda or whatever it is that you know, that the Fowchee drinks, I'm not going to put it. You know,
98 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 358, talking about security and the usual fun and excitement with Patrick Garrity
What is up? Thank you for hanging out with us. Once again. It's money night. It is time for the it in the D show. This is episode three 58 broadcasting live from our quarantine homes. This is Bob, the sales guy that is Dave. The geek Randy. I do the Twitters is doing the Twitter, his finest online it in the D dot comma. Do us a favor. Give us a like on the socials and subscribe to us everywhere. Fine. Podcasts are sold. Yeah. So, Hey everybody, I'm again, this is usually where we talk about our events and we're still not having any, so moving right along Chicka boom, Chicka, boom. He's a looking, I do not anticipate in August of any, even if it is outdoors. Yeah. It's yeah. I mean, looking at everything going on. I mean, I'm keeping an honestly, I'm keeping a closer eye on what's going on, what door what's going to go on with schools right now, more than anything else. Um, but it's uh, yeah, I I'm, let's just say, yeah, it's not looking good. No, but the show must go on. And now we are joining where luckily joined. We were, we had him scheduled out right. When the suitors were still open. We had to come. I think this was back in March or April. Oh, that's right. Yeah. Yeah. And he's shot me a note and said, Hey, I still want me on. I said, yeah, it's not a bad time. So, uh, we're joined by the, uh, the illustrious one. Mr. Pat Garrity. How you doing, sir? Great. Thanks for having me on the show today. Yeah. Thanks for joining us. Appreciate it now. Um, before we get into it, now, you're the VP of engineering at blue Mira operations, operations. I oversee product marketing sales. Got it. I mean, do everything, whatever needs to get them Every, uh, every once in a while we run into, I run into someone at an event. They basically takes over my LinkedIn feed and I like to congratulate you on my LinkedIn feed. That's great to hear. Hey, it's not, you can attribute that. Not to me too, is a amazing, she does content marketing for, for a, I almost said duo, but blue Mira. Um, and, uh, yeah, it's been amazing. The work that she does and also like our security team is creating a ton of the content as well, and trying to make useful stuff for people, uh, in the security industry. So, so you're just putting it all out there, trying to look important and smart is what you're saying. You're not actually creating any of it. You're just, Yeah, I can't, you know, some bit idea wise, um, pointing people in the right direction, but yeah, the team, the team is truly the ones working on that and publishing some cool stuff and some free tools and whatnot. That's awesome. So one of the reasons I was intrigued about having you on the show is a, that I think blue mirror is doing some very cool stuff. And B you kind of have a long history with, uh, you know, with duo, which is kind of a, one of the big, big wind stories. And, you know, and see, I want to talk about what everyone is. Is there a shift in security focus with, with everybody working from home now and, you know, you can kind of reassess your place in the world. So I guess let's start there if your, your, your company X, and you've got half your company or all your company working from home, and you can kind of sit back and look at your, I guess, security strategy. Are you changing right now? Or are you simplifying, are you getting more complex? What what's on everybody's mind right now? Yes, sir. Certainly simplifying, um, is one of the big themes. I think everyone had these ideas of three to five year cloud migrations, um, moving from on premise to cloud. We see that everywhere. Uh, it's essentially accelerated adoption of all of that. And the reality is, is, Oh man, we didn't have security controls in place. And any on any of those things, we weren't set up for remote work. And now all of a sudden our VPN, you know, has a thousand people on it concurrently smoke. Yeah. Yeah. So, so even, you know, I look at it,
77 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 357 – Furbies, Ghostbusters vs Stranger Things, Treasure Hunting, and of course Masks
Hey, welcome. We are live. This is episode three 57 of the it, and the D show. We are broadcasting live from our homes. This is Bob, the sales guy that is Dave. The geek Randy. I do the Twitters is doing the Twitter is finding us firstname.lastname@example.org and do us a favor, give us a like on the socials and subscribe to us everywhere. Fine podcasts are sold. Yeah. And so, uh, I mean, yet again, this is where we usually talk about events and we ain't doing them right now. Uh, so we are hopeful that we'll be, uh, doing those again in August. Uh, we're going to see how all this shakes out, you know what I mean? You guys know as well as we do. Nobody knows what the hell is going on. Um, you know, our, our bars and restaurants going to stay open, our school's going to open, who knows? We're going to see what happens. Is anything going to open? Yeah, no kidding. No, I mean, right now, tentative, I think we're either going to do Nancy whiskeys on the patio. Um, and I wouldn't be opposed to DSC and other, they have that back door or the back alley, a beach party thing going on. That wouldn't be a bad Either. So yeah. And I mean, it's, it's decent. I mean, even the indoor courtyard, um, is, is really wide open. I mean, there's, you know, I mean, that's that whole space to, um, I mean, that's, you know, the issue with, you know, booking something outdoors is your weather dependent, you know, I mean, you know, DSE wound up closing all their restaurants and stuff on Sunday because of all the rain did they really well, it's a thing. If you have no indoor seating, what are you going to do, Dave? You know how bored we all are? How bored are we? We are so bored that Netflix has put on supermarket sweep from the eighties that I'm watching. Aye. Okay. It's it's bad enough that it's on. It's worse that you're watching. Do you remember? Oh yes, no, I do. Are you, are you about to say, do you remember the time? Nope. No. So I was going September. Actually. You were going to Michael Jackson, but that's okay. Here's how bad this show is. Like the guy that's really the guy, the host is dead inside. Like you're watching all, you can tell he's reading cue cards. And he had such High hopes of being gene, Rayburn of being, you know, the guy from Joker's wild of being Pat say Jack, but no, he's the supermarket sweeps guy. That's that's the gig. He landed. If you can hear it in his inflection, how daddy is. Oh yeah. Oh, he's, he's not, he's not, well, someone should check on him and see if he's doing okay. Who's dressing these people. These people were wearing different colored sweatshirts, like a purple and a pink and orange. One with white polos underneath with the collar flipped out. Like, I mean, like which of these three items, Bob? Bob, it was, it was the eighties. People wore that. I didn't say you did. I didn't, but people who were that, it was a thing. No, Mark did the best line. And he goes out and white is all the women on the show look like Marcy Darcy. Oh, they absolutely do. They. Yeah, no, I've, I've clicked through a couple episodes. It's they? They absolutely do Part of like, you have to load up your shopping cart and get the most expensive crap. So like everyone, all they have is these cards full of hams and diapers. They run to the meat aisle and load up on all of the, like the roasts and the ribs and the, and the hams and the Turkey. They just it's. It's ridiculous. It's yeah. If you've never seen it and you want to see the kind of shit that we were stuck with in the eighties could go check out supermarket sweeps and, and, and then, and then feel bad for us. And they're getting I'm like, why don't they go after the scallops instead of the hams, then they're in the diaper. I'm like, why don't they go after the Similac and not the diapers they got in the shopping cart, they got to fail. You know what I mean? Anyway, I can't believe that that's on Netflix.
125 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 356 – Fred Brown, COVID Update, Schools Opening, Listener Questions
Thank you for hanging out with us. This is the it and the D show. We made it all the way up to episode 356. Wait, wait, wait. So that's Bob's wrong. Plus 340, right. Been wrong for 340. We are broadcasting live from our quarantine homes. This is Bob, the sales guy that is Dave. The geek Randy. I do the Twitters is doing the Twitters. Find us email@example.com because we are it in the D a all these many years later, still, still are not. And we love you, but Hey, America is ready to get back to work, but to win the new economy, you need every advantage to succeed. Smart companies run on net suite by Oracle, the world's number one cloud business system. But net suite you'll have visibility and control over your financials, HR inventory e-commerce and more everything you need all in one place, whether you're doing a million or a hundred millions in sales NetSuite, lets you manage every penny with precision. You'll have the agility to compete with anyone work from anywhere and run your whole company, right from your phone. Join over 20,000 companies with trust NetSuite to make it happen. NetSuite surveyed hundreds of business leaders and assembled a really cool playbook of all the top strategies that they're using as America reopens for business to receive that free guide seven action businesses need to take right now and schedule your free product to her. Hit us up at net suite.com/it in the D to get your free guide and schedule your free product to it right now, go to netsuite.com/it in the deep awesome, good, good company. We are. I feel like I really I'm so mad. I promise myself the next time we had Fred on, I would have ominous music cued up for the background and I failed If you don't know who that faces in the bottom left, or if you're listening to the podcast after we are joined by the illustrious one, um, one of our, the best guests we've ever had, and he's been gracious enough to be on the show for a third time. Mr. Fred Brown, sir. How are you? And now you didn't need to wear a tie on our behalf. I got, uh, I, I, I was meeting the appropriate standards, so I appreciate, you know, what we thought that everything was kind of making sense. Right? You made, you brought the world to our fingertips. You started to make sense and give a stats. And it seems like since you left us, the planet has completely on that right. Going on. Oh man. Yeah. So yeah, the covert writer is really the tough one. It turns out, uh, we're we're finding out the good news is we're finding out more about it. The Bad news is that we're not managing very well, especially in the Americas. So if you look at the coven outbreak, You don't say [inaudible] Okay. 60% of it between kind of a U S and Brazil. And uh, yeah, we, we made, we made some, some tactical areas. We, and it's just completely unforgiving, you know, this is about nature. So if you, you know, if you make a mistake with nature, it's just, it's just merciless and that's, that's where we're at. We're at right now. Uh, I ran some numbers just so you, if you're interested in for sure. And, and um, yeah, you know what I, uh, hold on, Honestly, I feel like we're seeing the, basically the effect of the numbers that you showed us the last or the first time you were on where this is not a one, like even, okay. You hear about, you know, the, uh, the R T value and it's okay. It's just over one. That doesn't mean that for every like one person infects one person we're seeing that skyrocketing exponential growth rate right now, which is super concerning. Yeah, it is. If you know, the epidemiology is about numbers, eyebrows, and numbers, everyone's kind of coming in at about 200,000 through, uh, September one. That's a lot of people in, out of state to die right now, death count. And by end of next year, Wait a minute, wait, wait, wait, hold on. I want to make sure I understood. Okay. So 200 that by September. Yeah. September one,
71 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 355 – Still Figuring Out HBO MAX, Microwaving Books and Money, Catching Up
Welcome to the one and only IT in the D show. This is episode three 55, happy Canada day happy 4th of July. Um, on behalf of all of us, we hope that a multi Claus brought you your syrup into quality using the States. We hope that kid rock brought you your fireworks and Bush light, 30 packs. Um, we are broadcasting live from our homes, actually have all of our fingers. Um, this is Bob, the sales guy that is David geek. Randy, I do the Twitters is doing the Twitters. Oh, by the way, breaking news, uh, Trey Parker is still going to be the voice of mr. Hankey, even though he is not a piece of shit. Yeah. I mean, it depends on who you ask, I guess, Find us online it in the D dot comma. Do us a favor, give us a like on the socials and subscribe to us everywhere or I guess our soul. Uh, yeah. And so, you know, again, uh, just in case you've missed the last couple episodes, we've decided we're holding off until August for any of our events. I actually just killed off the, uh, the, the one for July for Anarbor. Uh, and so yeah, you know, when things get nice and safe and mellowed out again, uh, we'll, we'll be more than happy to get everybody back together. Cause God knows we miss people. Um, but yeah, such is life. It is what it is. We're trying to stay safe. I looked at my calendar for this week, just from Google and Friday was supposed to be the ministry came at DM concert and I'm like, Hey, good. It got postponed and good. Cause I'm, can't walk still. So a double good. Um, but yeah, April next year. But then, uh, I found Judas priest. It's kind of weird. Uh, went on sale for the Fox Lasar um, like in September. So I'm like, cool. I like a good heavy metal show. Um, tickets are like a hundred bucks. So I'm like, okay. You know, for like early, like, and there's nothing sold. Like if you go to Ticketmaster right now, you can get like fifth row seats, um, all the way around the box, Dude. Well, I mean that that's too early. I like, I'm sorry. That's that's what three months from now? Ish. Wait. No. Yeah, no two months from now. Um, and so, I mean, looking at it, looking at what's going through with, um, you know, Miami just shut down all their bars, restaurants, beaches, gyms, yada, yada, you got Arizona in the midst of all this guy, did it like it's no, this isn't going to be cleaned up in two months at all. Who knows? That's what I like. Yeah. Cause I'm thinking like, Hey, I want to buy the tickets. Nope, no sight, no Bob science knows. It's not going to know. Let's be clear. Science knows it's not going to be done. Well, you know, you know, you don't, you don't never know it could be a vaccine come out. It could just go away. Who knows, or it could be, or a, you know, it could be a world mass hysteria for the next three months. And you know, more people turn into HOA presidents, you know, This is true. Well, and so I do, I love the meme. That's been floating around that said, uh, if nothing else, 2020 has proven to me that time travel is real because they keep going back and trying to fix things. But then they just wind up making it worse, like the premise of every time travel movie ever known to mankind. And so, you know, that's why the murder Hornets, uh, disappeared. Uh, but now we have the bubonic. Plague is back in China. Is that B O O B or No? It'd be, you know, there, there are no boobs on people's necks. It, it is, it is bubonic, No plague. And I'm like, Ooh, is that good? No, it's no, it's not your girl standing behind you while you're sitting down. It's that's not, that's not what this is. Damn it, There are plenty of cases of bubonic plague in the American Southwest over years. It's dry and true. A so it's not an unusual thing. Yeah. But Hey, uh, real quick, America's uh, getting ready big, get back to work with the win, the new economy. You need to take advantage of every advantage to succeed. Smart companies run on NetSuite by Oracle,
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