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Podcast Notes

here did you add jeopardy music - the
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last them oh I have I gotta get a sound
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sound I gotta get the sound effects and
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drop them in but I have the spots where
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we're gonna put them in now I was
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thinking about that but all right well
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hey everyone how's it going out there
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this is common to disco coming from the
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inventors a launchpad Network I have
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with me Karina and Jared of the pitch to
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get rich we were just getting back from
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the National Hardware show we had a
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great time out there and we were just
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talking off air about all the fun we had
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all the crazy inventions although
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there's a lot of good inventions that we
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met but there's some some funny stuff
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that happened out there and yeah well
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took send over to uh Karina jad what's
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happening over there guys well that's uh
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we're trying to get caught up on her
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sleep it was it was like the longest
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days of walking her I think we have
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original like twelve or thirteen
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thousand steps younger there and it was
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exhausting all that socializing over and
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over like we talked about being pulled
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different directions by you know
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everyone it was just exhausting it
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wasn't just a show you I don't know
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share this with you but on Sunday we
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drove an hour to speak at like a youth
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gen Z summit and then so we went to
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Orange County on Sunday Monday we drove
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to Vegas
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Tuesday and Wednesday we were at the
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show Tuesday night after the first day
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of the show we were invited to go to a
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party we didn't know what this party the
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first night we got invited to a party we
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didn't know we don't know why we got
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invited just some lady invited us well
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we got there it was on the top of what
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used to be the Hilton where it was
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Presley lived it was split in half Barry
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Manilow on half we didn't get he was
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there he was in his suite and we were on
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the Elvis I was like 10,000 square feet
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of Elvis oh that's awesome and it was a
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free open bar it was like food being
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passed around it was like it was packed
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it was it was happening there was music
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there was indoor pools several indoor
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pools and it was Elvis is sweet he lived
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there when he was in Vegas it was
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awesome dad is cool
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there was a there were several
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master bedrooms way hold on so the
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Hilton Hotel has three buildings right
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so we were on top of the of the roof and
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the suite was three buildings
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it was wings it wasn't if we had
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separated you would it would really
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really really but there wasn't point
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Muslims we you know it's running around
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and then you know we're running around
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they're running on this gen Z thing then
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we run around at the hardware show and
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then yes the first night we're there you
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know we're at this party and it's free
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drinks right and everyone so shoulders
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music and how do you not drink so I mean
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while we're drinking probably too right
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we ran into this this is how much we
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drink we ran into one of our mentors
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that we met along the way of our journey
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oh that actually is in the picture
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hanging in Category and he was gonna
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help us get into retail stores and then
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he blew us off for a different problem
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well Corina said he was fat but you know
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first secret I said is would someone put
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a lot of weight on I'm five five one and
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I was wearing like 4-inch at the show
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like five five at the show so by the
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time I went to the Elvis party and my
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feet hurt so much that I had to go into
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flats
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it was so embarrassed cuz all the girls
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were in dresses and Carmen I was very
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embarrassed let me tell you it was very
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embarrassing she wasn't in her foreign
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shield right so what when we when we
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were working with this person before I
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always wear heels so I was a little bit
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closer to eye level but now that I was
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flattened his belly was was in my face
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he gained a lot of weight he used to be
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a large guy lost tons of weight he was
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so you know his belly was right here and
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he's my face oh my god dad so funny
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stuff that is funny so it just is a lot
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of running around and then you know a
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night people want to buy drinks and so
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we ended up you know I think the second
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night no night we were out with you know
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six or seven
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venters drinking at a bar you know it
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was it's you know where's you things all
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right because people are traveling and
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they want her to meet with us and talk
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with us or be able to ask 40 questions
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so we went out after they always party
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yeah yeah well that's a lot of stuff
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happens after you know because it cuz
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during the show you really can't talk I
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mean I saw I ran into you guys a couple
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times and you were always surrounded by
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people I had they're asking your
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questions and stuff so after the show
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it's always easier to be able to
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socialize a little bit and really talk
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to people right and then yesterday we
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drove to San Diego and spoke at the San
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Diego inventors Club and tomorrow we're
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driving again to go spend Mother's Day
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this month so oh every single day of
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this week we've been going somewhere
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you guys are like on tour I mean this is
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like the pitch to get rich tour win a
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teen tour yeah there's a lot and now I
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don't know 26 videos to edit edit down
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and yeah you know behind on emails plus
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I'm so you know shipping you know I have
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a second product coming out I have hang
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o matic going out so Sam's here trying
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to get me caught up and it's just it's
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it's a million things going on trying to
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get into a see more what about did you
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get done what you did we they're mostly
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to visit what was your was your thoughts
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and going there yeah so we we got a lot
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of stuff done we met several of the of
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our inventors that were working with
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products for them doing manufacturing
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for them but we ended up talking to a
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lot of potential clients said we didn't
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go there to do that would you always you
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know hope to to run into or or maybe get
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some clients out of it add the deal and
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it was it was a good show it was big
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that was the largest inventor area that
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I've seen at the hardware show in years
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hundred sixty-five booths that's that is
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not that is not done by housewares show
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they are smart and they stole a hardware
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sure they have the no I you yeah
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adventure yeah
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a I you a you I knew you I may be you I
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ate does that for them so the house were
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show you used to have the you I do it
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they fired them and took an internal the
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hardware sure still has them do it and I
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feel like that
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show was better Grammy's it was it was
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it was better that they had a lot better
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people on stage that Home Depot there
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you know there's more credibility with
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them doing with Warren and in them so
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yeah 165 people their goal next year
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Wow he might put it outside next year
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you said yeah no no you hot out there no
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he was on stage I wasn't gonna argue
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them on stage obviously no no do it it
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was a hundred and seven okay yeah just
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with a message 2014 the first year we
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went to the hardware show it was in the
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main area so remember how we met across
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the way so we're the Stanley and and the
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3m and like the big companies were we
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were mixed in with them so it's kind of
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nice that you didn't have to go
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someplace else and you were able to be
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in this one big room which was kind of
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cool and then we had really large booth
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it was five by ten where you saw the the
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cement there's area they had a little
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bit less space there was more of them
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but it was nice because it was just the
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inventor so that's kind of cool too but
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yeah well I know you guys got it some
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you guys got to talk to a lot of
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inventors that saw like it seemed like
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you got some good interviews out of it
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yeah let's talk about one of my favorite
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what's your favorite yeah the toilet one
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did you see the toilet which one it was
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several toilet products I had a you know
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it's one of those things where every one
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hundred 100 inventions they're probably
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for from that you know we're great it's
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just how it is right most people it's a
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baby we talk about this lettering and
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then to show you you have so much
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passion for it that you put blinders on
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this man had a calling from God that
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told Moses his job is stop the waste the
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waste of water when you're going when
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you're going number one P P it seems
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someone when you go potty so he built a
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toilet that is on an arm that sits about
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i feet up in the air that retrofits to
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your current toilet and is anchored to
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the ground so it's always in the air and
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when you have to go number one or potty
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like Corina calls it you unhinge this
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big 5-foot arm and you dress it down to
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like maybe 20 degrees for a man's you
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can stand up and pee in it it's
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waterless and for a woman you can go all
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the way flat so women can sit down on it
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and pee in it or potty like Corina says
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and when you're done it's completely
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it's just the water just leaves and goes
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right down the main toilet and goes out
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and you don't you just lift this
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five-foot arm back up again 90 degrees
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that's in your bathroom so this so this
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extension this extension toilet bowl is
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connected to your regular toilet bowl so
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you have two toilet bowls in your
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bathroom if Jordan I wants to go pee at
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the same time we actually could we
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actually could right but I would told
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her I was saying to him what if I want
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to climb the five foot pole maybe you
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could put some brackets cuz I don't want
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to put it down I go me and my five girl
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they're gonna climb this mountain and
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I'm gonna pee five feet up so what I'm
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gonna do is pressure if I'm drunk in
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fact I'll be drunk or sober I'll
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probably want to climb that thing down
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I'm gonna climb that thing oh my feet
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dangling from there I'm gonna pee
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sitting down from five feet off the
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ground that's what he created something
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for for a man or a woman because it's
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it's it's basically a urinal but he
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wanted to figure out how can a urinal be
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also used for a woman and when he
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started saying for a man or a woman
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because now I don't know if this is
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going on and in in Florida but in
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California the bathrooms are now what's
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the thing gender all gender that's
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California thing I don't know if it's a
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good inaudible you know where boy a half
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way half girl a lot of bathrooms yeah
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have you seen that half skirt it's a
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half skirt half pant uh-huh right only
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and I said what the hell is this oh
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right right you don't know what to do
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alright so outside is bubbly
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easier at that point so I thought maybe
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that's what he was doing he created
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something for like Caitlyn Jenner type
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of person who can now so it's I don't
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wanna be mean to people I mean this guy
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was so passionate about it yeah our
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goals I've got some questions to kind of
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maybe show him we know no it didn't work
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and I looked at them I thought it could
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be you know could be a little bit crazy
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but the best thing is when you know when
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somebody comes up with a product there
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they always have a problem right when
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Jared was hanging pictures when he was
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in college he had a problem of hanging
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pictures and he thought that has to be a
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better way
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well I really wanted to know how did he
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think of his toilet was she going number
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two or was he going number one when he
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thought oh I could save water was his
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answer i knows answer he dreamt it yet a
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dream from God
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and I got beautiful right yeah and then
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he and I mean we'll get fine um so have
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you talked to the big toilet companies
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you've mentioned cooler and something
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else and he's like no no they don't talk
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to you yes they do if your products good
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for anyone out there who wants a
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licensing deal just call the company
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pick up the phone and ask to speak to
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someone in charge or licensing they'll
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talk to you right well or they give you
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a place somewhere to send it to I don't
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know it's not that easy no just trying
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to think about what you're saying and
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it's not that easy but no I'm saying it
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they're not just gonna talk to you
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there's gonna be one formation where to
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start they're gonna talk to him his
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partner is the most powerful being in
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the world universe that's a good point
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that's a good point send the locusts
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back what did you see so we could know
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what was your what did you love anything
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specially you loved or he I'm kind of
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like you guys I mean there was a lot of
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products there all they were very pass
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and I just love the passion and and
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I loved about most of the products there
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is that they were done kind of like what
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you guys talked about they were finished
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even the product wasn't good they most
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of them did a good job they tried
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packaging even though if the package you
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didn't work they've really they weren't
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one of these guys that just you know
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made a prototype and waiting for the
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stores to call them you know these guys
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were at least doing something there was
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some there was some good products there
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that I liked I didn't know if they were
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big enough or good enough problem that
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it's going to be you know they're gonna
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make it because they're you know they're
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a lot of people were solving very small
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issues right that there might not have
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been a large enough you know market for
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but I did see a couple of the little
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stopper buddies they're clean things I
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seems like a lot of people have clogged
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drains that there's a lot of those
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products out in half my drain is clogged
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right now cuz I can't get the thing out
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I can't get the yeah the current the
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current one it can't get it out to clean
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it so I like the stopper buddy I don't
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like I don't like the name
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I think it could be changed like the
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clog stopper or the stop clog or
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something the stopper buddy just doesn't
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really say what it is there's a lot of
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cool products it's just her and I are
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always trying to figure out the balance
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between accord outliers so I it's just I
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don't want to tell somebody's grave it's
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not and and and and sometimes you know
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it's you want to stop them from going
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forward if you just know and I mean we
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walked on so we have a really good
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friend who's a a preferred distributor
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at Home Depot we walked her only to
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people that we knew she she would love
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and we introduced them and they hooked
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up and she's gonna present their
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products next week when she's there but
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and we're willing to do that but it's
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just some people that know you know you
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it's kind of good in a way that you
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don't we know that's all they hear about
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from their cousins their neighbor is how
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great the product is I mean and you guys
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aren't mean I mean you're giving them
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real advice they can turn it around they
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could spin it if they really want to
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proceed you could give them them some
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advice at least right right the biggest
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thing we saw other than just the product
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is packaging like the there's the
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product that you and I saw it
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like pancake syrup was that actually it
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was paint it was paint and then like
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okay I understand the little jug it was
15:47
easier to pour when you own any when you
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only need a little bit of paint yeah but
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it still looked but the color was
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pancake syrup shape was pancake syrup
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it could be just changed a little bit
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not to look right or a better graphics
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why did she didn't take that advice for
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graphics with pickax Europe look no she
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did not
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no no it was it looked like pancake
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syrup I was like I like it and I knew it
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was gonna be when I hop at 2:00 in the
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morning because of the I knew she was
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gonna jump all over my way out of that
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meeting and you like what is that we
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interview so many people we can't post a
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40 minute video and everybody would talk
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to it and we've had so many thank you
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thank you thank you thank you and we
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could just edit and add in I think you
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plus it's our channel we're the ones
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that always say thank you in the end
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right you say thank you and she was like
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what can you did you stop recording I
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didn't get yours thank you can you
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please let me when I was in there yeah
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could you please let me say thank you
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and I'm like you're welcome we don't
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need to record we're gonna edit and
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she's like what's very important I see
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so finally she got to say her thank you
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and then I had to say to her I'm like
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I'm trying to make it a little light
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yeah there was a lot of people that we
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were trying to record and it was so
17:25
serious and I was like relax and he's
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like yeah but that's that's not an event
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just babe that's just some people are
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uncomfortable you know I've been doing
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it for longer so we're not uncomfortable
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camera I mean I just no no he was
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worried he was worried that it's like
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live here again like you don't know I
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miss there's a lot of people weren't the
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only ones walking up cameras there was
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you know that
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actual show had a camera went around do
17:48
I now coat Network what was that running
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around 40 48 w negra 4:8 was there so
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you don't know yeah I was surprised I
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mean and as we talked about it's it's so
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big now that there was several camera
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crews running around yeah it was like
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wow I didn't ever seen that many crews
18:06
run around and then the uia had their
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own film guys there it was really a cool
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show you know is that your first show no
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I've been to the hardware show a couple
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times I've been to your a show I've been
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suz but that particular inventor area I
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just thought was really hopping and it
18:23
really looks like they're trying to
18:25
really build it up it seems to me it's
18:27
the most exciting area of the show
18:29
because we you know you and I we all
18:30
walked around the big area sitting there
18:33
standing around you know it's not the
18:35
same as that the inventor area that's
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why I think it belongs in the main room
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because people zigzag through the boring
18:44
part to get to there and I think that's
18:45
a mistake that's a good idea they should
18:47
put that maybe in the middle of the
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totally make that the center of the
18:51
universe because that energy is that's
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ready yeah everybody goes to the
18:55
inventors area they want to just see it
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ya know so I agree right you get this
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guy from this morning you get people
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reaching out to you and ask you
19:08
questions you give them feedback and
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it's like it's like f you all the time I
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got three or four people out of email me
19:14
just from the show already asking me ask
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me questions I answered them and they're
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telling me I don't know what I'm talking
19:20
about I'm wrong totally wrong right I
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still can't you know I gotta learn to
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let it go I'm sure Warren was a little
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yesterday someone connected you Tommy to
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let it go right but let it go he was so
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I watch this video this guy he made a
19:36
video he showed it to me and it was this
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six seven-minute phenomenally produced
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video on how dangerous the ice box is in
19:43
the freezer how dangerous it is even
19:46
though it's frozen and viruses and
19:48
bacteria go slower there people grab
19:50
with their hands often and it is a
19:51
cesspool of danger so he grabbed videos
19:55
from all over the country he produced it
19:57
was you knows who's who
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silly but it was you know it was
20:01
interesting and he designed a a fancier
20:05
icebox and it was it was just stupid
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stupid I mean five frigerator right a
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2000 refrigerator where that comes with
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what I'm gonna throw in the trash can
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and get his little spatula type anyways
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it was stupidest thing ever so I got in
20:25
so install no now he knows now it's
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stupid but well what he said this one I
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said to him it's a very interesting
20:32
product what kind of you to help you
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I said interesting product right we're
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gonna help you say I'm looking for
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financing of course to make my invention
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I said I said I hear you I go well
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that's not something I provide I go what
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we do do is someone who's ready to
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manufacture or manufacturing or an
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inventory our job is and we participant
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getting you into retail helping you get
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your retail he said not interested look
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fine I'm like or wish the best of luck
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I said my only thought leaving thoughts
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are your challenge will be convincing
21:01
people who buy frigerators own
21:04
frigerators who already have an icebox
21:06
that dump out theirs and you use yours
21:08
instead so think about how you're gonna
21:09
pitch that so it makes sense for them
21:11
that was nice right right and I always
21:14
even if someone was like you know if you
21:16
always try to leave it with something
21:17
let me reach out to me he said Jared you
21:20
are such an idiot huh this is this
21:24
morning when I was working that's
21:26
annoying
21:27
I regret I reached out to you you know
21:29
nothing right it was um yeah yeah before
21:35
I blocked him I said I said you're
21:38
you've been sitting her product for five
21:40
years without an with any success I hope
21:42
you're not speaking to distributors
21:44
vendors and other relations like this
21:45
because if that's the truth
21:47
that's probably the biggest reason why
21:49
it's so sitting in your garage and
21:50
you're not getting any help I wish you
21:51
the best of luck please don't ever
21:53
contact us again and I blocked him but I
21:56
mean he was I was you know again it just
21:58
you know that's what's where the emotion
22:00
is surpassing the logic right he's so
22:02
emotional so connected to this thing
22:04
that there's nothing anyone's gonna say
22:06
right that five-foot toilet bowl and
22:08
this guy should hang out
22:14
my head was I leveled even with the
22:19
first sex was young people for years
22:20
trying to get someone look at this thing
22:21
will come on at some point everyone's
22:23
saying no no no I'm some point don't you
22:25
go into your back you're out work again
22:26
he's an artist about your yeah you guys
22:31
can send them a picture of you standing
22:32
by your product in the store meanwhile
22:35
you're an idiot
22:36
that's all over the place even so I was
22:39
thinking about us in the store by our
22:40
popular fingers that middle fingers I
22:44
don't know many people reach out and
22:48
they're like I want funding okay well
22:50
good luck I'm not I'm not an investor
22:53
we're not investors we are still
22:56
inventors we're still selling our
22:58
product
22:59
we're making our second product we're
23:01
gonna you know what I mean we're still
23:02
growing we're I don't know like yes
23:05
someday I would love to be Laura grenier
23:07
but I'm not learning today
23:09
you know everybody that's the start of
23:11
somewhere the thing about it is the and
23:13
you guys knows coming up with the idea
23:15
and moving it a little bit to approach
23:17
not even a prototype any correct reform
23:20
that is the easy part
23:22
totally agree that's where the people
23:24
contacting you saying they want funding
23:27
they've gone to eat they've done the
23:28
easy part
23:29
now they want somebody to give them
23:31
money to move them you got it you got to
23:33
get down in the trenches with you guys
23:34
with us and and and and see what it's
23:37
like I yeah we all want funding right
23:39
right and you're gonna send someone
23:42
money anyways who has you don't know
23:44
anything about them so we didn't do it
23:45
the money you know I mean what are you
23:47
do that money why do they even know how
23:49
to call how do any just it's just so you
23:52
know what you know and I guess people
23:53
don't know and I can't really blame them
23:55
I don't know how they don't know a guy
23:56
sent me an email with the picture and a
23:58
pen and said fund me and find you for
24:04:00
what right and then and then his picture
24:07:00
on his profile is not even like a
24:08:00
professional picture it's a picture of
24:11:00
him with the phone in front of his face
24:12:00
like like when you go into a bank you
24:15:00
don't walk into a bank and say fund me
24:17:00
bitch and you can say that yeah you know
24:23:00
I do
24:24:00
local here in the Tampa area I I speak
24:27:00
with with with inventors and even
24:29:00
entrepreneurs about trying to you know
24:32:00
get funding for their business or for
24:34:00
their products and what they don't
24:36:00
realize is the people you know that have
24:38:00
money that the product isn't the most
24:41:00
important thing it's if they're not just
24:43:00
gonna give you money if you've never
24:44:00
owned a business before if you don't
24:46:00
have a business plan or an idea you're
24:48:00
not gonna give you money to fly to China
24:49:00
because you're gonna get their product I
24:51:00
mean you really have to have a plan just
24:53:00
cuz you have an idea you know they this
24:55:00
isn't Shark Tank you know where they you
24:57:00
know you have an idea and they're just
24:58:00
gonna give you a whole bunch of money
24:59:00
even though they don't do that you know
25:01:00
because you don't know to do with the
25:03:00
money right I mean I come from a
25:05:00
distribution business a lifetime of it
25:07:00
and and I made a lot of mistakes so so
25:10:00
the you know someone who knows nothing
25:10:00
like you said I got you just it just
25:12:00
doesn't work that way and it's and it's
25:13:00
it's a shame that people don't know that
25:15:00
and it doesn't bother me what bothers me
25:17:00
is when you they don't know that that's
25:19:00
okay it's when you try and educate them
25:21:00
and their reaction is anger you know on
25:31:00
his ideas and I don't even know what his
25:33:00
ideas were just like but that's probably
25:35:00
a result from all the reality television
25:37:00
where you see these these deals coming
25:39:00
out there you know real and you know it
25:41:00
Oh Hannah money oh yeah and there's
25:42:00
taking hands you know that's I'm sure
25:44:00
that's part of it they think it's as
25:45:00
easy as they pitch it you look at it you
25:47:00
fund this guy wrote down 40 ideas
25:52:00
board game Scrabble second generation
25:56:00
love it car alarm system upgraded state
26:02:00
of the art gonna kill like that was his
26:05:00
ideas any winner winner number three new
26:09:00
juice box shape super awesome gonna sell
26:12:00
it every can the country fund me I mean
26:15:00
it was that was like the idea yeah I get
26:18:00
I get ideas from Caracas and Nigeria and
26:21:00
they send me three ideas and and it's
26:24:00
funny ideas outside this country are
26:26:00
usually all about energy or clean water
26:29:00
or you know power regenerating and it's
26:33:00
such a huge invention and they want
26:36:00
funding like my god
26:38:00
solar power I reached out to me last
26:39:00
week in India anyone know if I could
26:43:00
find out oh yeah three billion yeah you
26:46:00
just kept shaking I'm just gonna pull
26:47:00
the cash out after work today let's just
26:49:00
come down a bow hope you load into your
26:51:00
in your airplane and if you look at my
26:56:00
profile profile it might be blasting out
27:00:00
to everyone who knows fucking a human
27:03:00
and part of what we do it if people
27:04:00
weren't interesting we wouldn't be able
27:05:00
to do a YouTube channel yeah yeah and I
27:07:00
would love to help him I would love to
27:09:00
have you know regenerated power but I
27:12:00
think people much smarter than me what
27:20:00
about you and you guys each have a have
27:21:00
a favorite product or or inventor you've
27:24:00
met over there really like salt what
27:39:00
happened can you back up for a second we
27:46:00
were chatting earlier this shirt became
27:48:00
part of the backsides I got it oh yeah
27:53:00
okay so we don't have those in the west
27:55:00
coast but on East Coast they're having
27:57:00
its you know sprinkle go outside and
27:58:00
sprinkle salt shovel it hint well he
28:00:00
vented a a ball of salt that explodes on
28:04:00
impact but a relatively controlled it
28:06:00
spread it like on a like maybe a 36 inch
28:09:00
circle so his salt you just throw a
28:12:00
couple of them out itself spreads and
28:16:00
right back in your house you're not
28:17:00
going out in the cold doing oh you just
28:19:00
throw a couple of them out and they kind
28:21:00
of spread when they explain they don't
28:22:00
explode they kind of hit and they kind
28:24:00
of spread this well so super I mean I
28:27:00
mean where the snow would use that right
28:29:00
it would save time it's practical it
28:31:00
would keep you out from the cold you
28:33:00
wouldn't have to get a shovel you
28:34:00
wouldn't have to walk around you get a
28:35:00
little just throw a couple Humam down
28:36:00
your pathway and they would they would
28:38:00
spread it I thought it was a no-brainer
28:39:00
it is a great name right and the box was
28:43:00
like the pods for laundry right or
28:46:00
dishwasher it was great packaging great
28:49:00
name then I went on Amazon
28:51:00
try and find it and he was not an Amazon
28:54:00
but there was another product called Sol
28:56:00
pods you launched last week is my oh
28:58:00
that's right he'll be I hope be a
29:00:00
multimillion it was it was a golden idea
29:02:00
no-brainer easy to do I was very
29:04:00
impressed
29:05:00
yeah people already promising Vytas
29:07:00
first party right I would throw those
29:10:00
out my boy I wouldn't even call pod
29:11:00
right as you could well maybe if you
29:14:00
fill up with like water or something he
29:17:00
said there's different salt eggs in your
29:18:00
eggs though it's funny come from
29:19:00
California I never know it's great for
29:24:00
Chicago New York right what else do we
29:27:00
see the real like the paint I'm asking
29:31:00
Taylor that was closer Baskin yeah oh my
29:33:00
gosh did you well I forgot that company
29:36:00
name so it took forever to understand
29:38:00
what the product was for really so we're
29:43:00
interviewing these people and they have
29:44:00
a really good product and they were
29:45:00
going on and on and on and twenty
29:48:00
minutes into interview I still had no
29:50:00
idea what it was for Wow
29:51:00
they never said what it was for and
29:53:00
finally towards the end I'm like why
29:55:00
would someone use this why and they're
29:58:00
like when they're painting I'm like well
30:00:00
hallelujah what it was like is it liquid
30:07:00
masking tape yes so so every painter or
30:11:00
anyone who does anything with like
30:13:00
staining or painting or anything with a
30:16:00
liquid use a masking tape or a plastic
30:18:00
to tape off and protect which in turn
30:21:00
would you'll want to get paint or liquid
30:23:00
on so this guy and when it comes really
30:26:00
difficult is when you're not on flat
30:28:00
services so stucco Rick something
30:31:00
something that's porous it's hard to
30:32:00
seal it and there is tapes that do it
30:35:00
but none of them do those kind of things
30:36:00
great well he created a liquid masking
30:39:00
tape use it painted on and and it goes
30:42:00
in all the holes and it literally just
30:44:00
peels right up again Wow so so for that
30:47:00
suppose for that application no-brainer
30:48:00
this is more of maybe a contractor type
30:49:00
thing
30:50:00
maybe not mainstream but it was no he
30:54:00
was terrible explaining it but I but I'm
30:56:00
coming from construction understood it
30:57:00
and let's say you wonder the masking
30:59:00
tape
30:59:00
well people a masking tape up like
31:02:00
plastic will this same thing you put a
31:04:00
little paint of this
31:05:00
and you just stick it to it and again it
31:07:00
peels right up it was just it's one of
31:08:00
those things where a contractor or
31:10:00
someone who were in the house but
31:11:00
understand it better but there's a
31:13:00
no-brainer work great he just as he
31:16:00
couldn't explain it he was all about
31:17:00
technical details he was a contractor he
31:20:00
was going into this this this I don't
31:22:00
know it's for painting yeah painting any
31:28:00
other things but working for you guys I
31:30:00
mean that's a perfect climb for you guys
31:32:00
yes yeah and then they had a PR person
31:39:00
they they've been working with and I
31:42:00
think we are people are really good
31:44:00
we've had a PR person too but when you
31:47:00
had a PR person and your product is
31:50:00
tools it's just not that interesting to
31:51:00
promote a tool and that's why we had to
31:54:00
let go of our public relations person
31:56:00
because they they got us sub stuff but
32:00:00
they weren't like big WOW stuff yeah
32:03:00
most of the stuff that we got on our own
32:04:00
like Huffington Post Chicago Tribune we
32:08:00
were featured in the inventors digest
32:10:00
and Hank nomadic was featured in the DIY
32:13:00
magazine those are big things and I got
32:16:00
those right so the PR person never got
32:19:00
anything that big they got us into blogs
32:22:00
our last public relations person did get
32:26:00
us into local TV so that was really cool
32:30:00
but I expect like Today Show Fry's bad
32:38:00
PR persons working for some famous
32:40:00
person who a Kardashian the PR people
32:43:00
that are that connected all right we're
32:45:00
not gonna be working with a masking tape
32:47:00
guy for $15 a month right so just
32:51:00
listening and thinking about PR it's
32:54:00
just really easier and cheaper to do it
32:57:00
yourself yeah no I agree
32:59:00
and nobody's just passionate about your
33:01:00
product as yourself but you got to know
33:03:00
your limitations and that's where you
33:05:00
know you guys come in because not only
33:08:00
have you done it but you're good at
33:09:00
helping other people especially with a
33:11:00
good product it's nice that when
33:12:00
somebody comes to you with an actual
33:14:00
good product you could really help them
33:15:00
right yeah
33:18:00
so that's another thing we teach in our
33:20:00
class we're gonna not just teach how to
33:21:00
get into it those stores we're gonna
33:22:00
teach how to get free media how to pitch
33:24:00
media how to find media we also have a
33:28:00
database of media and you really could
33:31:00
do this thing yourself you really don't
33:33:00
need to hire a PR person and but the
33:35:00
best thing I say that I could advise if
33:38:00
you have money to pay a PR person take
33:42:00
that money and use it on yourself we're
33:46:00
trying do it yourself see what works and
33:50:00
what doesn't you can hire somebody later
33:51:00
after you learn the ins and outs
33:55:00
I just learned somebody share with me
33:58:00
that there's something called YouTube
34:01:00
direct have you heard of YouTube direct
34:04:00
yeah it's new if you spend three hundred
34:09:00
and fifty dollars to advertise on
34:11:00
YouTube a approved YouTube videographer
34:17:00
will come to your house and shoot your
34:23:00
business and create a 30-second video
34:27:00
and help you with your script so dollars
34:31:00
you get YouTube advertising script and a
34:35:00
video that's pretty good that is pretty
34:38:00
good that's really good that's a really
34:40:00
good price so we're gonna we're gonna
34:42:00
try that out now can you guys become
34:45:00
like a supplier of that and we're
34:49:00
Commission's like so if you sent the
34:51:00
YouTube direct people over to other
34:54:00
companies get a commission on it or
34:55:00
anything like that I wonder I don't know
34:57:00
that's a good idea we just learned about
34:58:00
it three days ago yeah you mean like
35:01:00
we're gonna call YouTube and say hello
35:02:00
your business well they pay commissions
35:04:00
you got to remember that's YouTube makes
35:06:00
money on everything but they also pay
35:08:00
advertisers and things like that so
35:09:00
there may be some kind of Commission
35:11:00
Airi basis where you guys me I guess we
35:14:00
could edit this part and you don't share
35:16:00
the YouTube direct and I tell you what I
35:19:00
mean they're gonna pay youtube or
35:21:00
they're gonna pay you got I mean it
35:22:00
they're not gonna charge them extra
35:24:00
YouTube would just be paying you so it's
35:26:00
the client or whatever yeah I know you
35:29:00
get charged anymore is it they should
35:30:00
want you to make
35:31:00
I mean if you guys were helping me I
35:33:00
would love you know your client should
35:35:00
want you to make money right agreed
35:37:00
right
35:38:00
agreed so Ivan our clientele you doesn't
35:40:00
have very much money right you know I
35:41:00
thought with the pitch get rich
35:43:00
originally and still is is if we can get
35:45:00
enough media to get a sponsor you know
35:47:00
cuz we're making a tiny bit of money out
35:49:00
now with that with the dues you're
35:50:00
getting but not big money not enough to
35:52:00
sustain us seriously like a few bucks
35:57:00
here in there right but if we can get
35:59:00
enough views and we're working that
36:01:00
direction to be able to help people for
36:02:00
free but you know use the entertainment
36:04:00
channel of the pitch courage and the
36:06:00
revenue from YouTube to sustain us we
36:08:00
help for free and we keep entertaining
36:10:00
we help people for free that was always
36:12:00
kind of like a regional plan right we
36:14:00
would love to get a sponsor and help us
36:18:00
move forward where we can hire a real
36:21:00
video person to shoot us or a real video
36:23:00
person to edit our videos because that's
36:26:00
not you know let's you know we know how
36:27:00
to sell in Sri tale we don't know how to
36:29:00
edit video yeah well even if you did
36:36:00
editing videos time-consuming you know
36:38:00
you're trying to do as much as you can
36:39:00
you still have a business to run you're
36:40:00
still getting your stuff and and what
36:42:00
happens is you guys are doing a good job
36:44:00
you're you know you can only spend so
36:47:00
much time there'll be so many people
36:48:00
pulling at you you can only help so many
36:50:00
people so you know you have to limit
36:52:00
your you know being nice I mean you have
36:55:00
to run your business you have a family
36:56:00
there's a lot of stuff that you know
36:57:00
people will take advantage of it alright
36:59:00
I met a guy in the men's club yesterday
37:01:00
he's already text me three times I don't
37:04:00
say but it just it's it's like dude here
37:07:00
ya go back to you right it'll give me
37:09:00
like I don't know half day I know the
37:14:00
feeling but you know I I do I think you
37:16:00
guys are doing it the right way I mean
37:17:00
it was so cool watching you guys walk
37:19:00
around your you guys are like surrounded
37:21:00
by people all time when you're doing the
37:23:00
videos and you're talking to people so
37:24:00
it is fun when you're in that atmosphere
37:26:00
it is just like anything you wish you
37:30:00
had people around you to help you filter
37:31:00
help you organize help yeah yeah we're
37:35:00
not experienced in that we're only you
37:38:00
know how do you experience that you just
37:40:00
heard right right right
37:42:00
it was funny so many people come over
37:44:00
and they're like Corina
37:46:00
that's a great story uh right right oh I
37:51:00
watch your YouTube channel tell me write
37:54:00
your IQ feel stupid yes someone came
37:55:00
down to me like the first like few
37:57:00
minutes were there hey Jared I'm like
37:59:00
hey I'm thinking oh my god I'm such a
38:01:00
jerk I can't remember this guy knew my
38:04:00
first name it didn't occur to me I'm
38:07:00
like I can't remember you how do I know
38:08:00
you I watch on YouTube yeah Oh John next
38:13:00
time hey Jared I watched you I'm excited
38:15:00
no and I felt like a jerk not
38:16:00
remembering his name well I don't know
38:18:00
his name that's what I remember
38:20:00
yeah assume assume anyone that walks up
38:22:00
to you that you don't recognize so I
38:24:00
tuba departing so when you run into
38:29:00
people they should they should already
38:31:00
know
38:31:00
well I it's like oh my god over the
38:35:00
place so I when I was living in LA I saw
38:40:00
Lionel Richie and then what every time I
38:45:00
would share the story my friend would
38:46:00
say but did he see you anywhere
39:04:00
headphones like that too right someone
39:07:00
would say did he see you or they would
39:09:00
say I bet he didn't see you so it's like
39:11:00
the same when someone hears this on
39:13:00
podcast and thank you so much for
39:14:00
listening and coming buying saying hello
39:16:00
but when you watch us or hear us would
39:19:00
be nice if someone came over and said oh
39:20:00
my name is so-and-so I listen to you
39:23:00
okay now now I know I'm not going crazy
39:25:00
right yeah yeah and no and and any
39:28:00
listeners out there or viewers we'd love
39:29:00
I love when people come up and talk to
39:31:00
us that don't get us wrong I mean it's
39:32:00
just you know I think it's great we get
39:34:00
some great feedback I love Apple talk to
39:36:00
us and tell us what they need to hear
39:38:00
and how it helped them and mean it
39:39:00
really helps all of us continue what
39:41:00
we're doing right does you think you're
39:43:00
like talking to dead air right so right
39:45:00
sometimes you forget people are
39:46:00
listening the other side but introduce
39:47:00
yourself so we understand how we know
39:49:00
you cuz sucked a lot of people you know
39:51:00
you took a lot of people who even people
39:52:00
we talked to as sometimes we forget it
39:53:00
there was a product skies was probably -
39:55:00
I haven't talked to him for weeks and
39:56:00
the introduce himself to Kareem and I
39:57:00
and I know
39:58:00
was in Korea had forgotten we talked a
40:00:00
lot of people so I remembered and you
40:02:00
know I you know he just assumed he
40:04:00
assumed because his name was it's a mic
40:07:00
oh yeah my I'm also better with
40:10:00
remembering who the people are by the
40:12:00
product yeah yeah yeah so the show was
40:21:00
awesome I didn't realize how I mean I've
40:23:00
always walked and hung out in the
40:24:00
inventors areas but we try to walk
40:26:00
around the actual main event and it's
40:28:00
just too big
40:29:00
yeah yeah right we couldn't in four days
40:32:00
there easily
40:32:00
oh yeah we had our kids we would have
40:34:00
stayed longer yeah we then went down and
40:42:00
played some uh some craps a little bit
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of money but we know you're there for
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like four hours and you end up winning
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fifty dollars work well cuz we went to
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the Elvis thing and there's food there's
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we didn't get to eat we got to drink
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yeah I felt during the show I think
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because of all the excitement something
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I really wasn't hungry that much I was
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thirsty a lot but it I wasn't really
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hungry that much it was I that was like
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I'd be like man it's like five did you
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guys do you want to get something to eat
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right are we definitely need my Co the
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treat your foods not the bad sentence
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what's not the best house food is really
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good yeah Chicago all right yeah that's
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a good point yeah and then if you get
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yeah if you get to register as a buyer
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for the house we're sure the food's free
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there you go we got to start hitting
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some of the shows and that's something
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that you know maybe somewhere else to
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help was looking for you know maybe if
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we can get some sponsors for the show so
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you know we'll be able to travel around
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and do some shows remote yeah yeah we
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talked about we talked about we talked
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about we're talking about I would like
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to say um for everyone I'm gonna start
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crying why do I get so emotional for
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everyone that has a product on Amazon
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they always want reviews and it's really
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there's no there's a little bell on the
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right hand side when you watch YouTube
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for you to get notifications when the
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new video is up yeah
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no that's great I appreciate you saying
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that we do every podcast interviews
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YouTube anything if it's this
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information that we push out there helps
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you at all please yeah just spend a few
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minutes and and let us know I mean it
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would be great to hear back we do
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everyone so long get some emails and we
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read them and help but the more the
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better I think this is a it's great that
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you mentioned that Kerina yeah because I
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mean we're obviously podcasting YouTube
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being all free there's no no nothing so
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it'd be nice to make sure that that that
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someone is listening and watching so we
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keep we keep doing it yeah and and let
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everyone know I mean we're we're
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inventors we have gone through this we
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made a lot of mistakes and we're just
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kind of giving this information I mean I
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mean I made a bunch of mistakes as well
43:49:00
as inventing products patents and and
43:52:00
and I know you guys did with packaging
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and product of alt and you got another
43:55:00
product coming out and you know so it's
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not like we just decided one day hey
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what's gonna help inventors you know
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right alright so give some feedback good
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bad right wrong perfectly good but you
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know if you got to give the bad - right
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yeah totally agree counter so well very
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good guys what's up next to you guys
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what are you gonna be you know what
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maybe talk a little bit about your your
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your workshops are gonna be doing and
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then we'll all sign off what's up next
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yeah next trip is June 24th will be New
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York
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we're gonna running a class teaching how
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to pitch how to get into retail stores
44:31:00
how to get media how to do everything
44:33:00
that we did how to find buyers will give
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access to our database I think it'll be
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so much fun it's a small group so it's
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not like 50 people it's small enough to
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where everybody can have one-on-one time
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and we can talk about their packaging
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and we can talk about their operations
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and their accounting and their factory
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and the manufacturing and whatever it is
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that is going on in their business
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it's just able to have that one-on-one
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time I think it's really important
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because it's really hard to if anything
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is lonely lonely yeah I like about what
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you guys are doing in the smaller groups
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is that you know inventors think they're
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working on an island a lot of them are
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they aren't don't have contact in the
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troubles are problems that are issues
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that they're running into most other
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inventors are running into the same
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issues our problem on through it and so
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good about you bringing them together
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and you're gonna help them all at the
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same time right yeah we didn't want to
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do the thing on the stage where you know
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it's just so impersonal and it isn't

ultimately you're only gonna you know
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connect little bits and pieces we look
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you know communicate back and forth this
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is exactly what's going on you know work
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as a group and talk about it and we're
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together and yeah and you know educate
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where the education needs to be and a
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little more specialized versus just some
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pre-designed course right you already
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have people who are coming so I think
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we're gonna cut off 15 we could still
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spend one-on-one time yeah and so some
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some people that are coming are Amazon
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sellers so they have products they sell
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in Amazon and they want to expand
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transition in transition so because
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you're can you still here for this far
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away that's too far it's a little
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quieter but I can hear you oh let's do
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for you look too relaxed now yeah I also
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thought it'd be cool if someone who is
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an Amazon seller they can come to class
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and offer
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this is an additional service huh which
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i think is awesome wouldn't be cool if
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you are working with an Amazon seller
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and the person says oh I could pitch you
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to Hobby Lobby right like yeah there's
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some big Amazon sellers out in New York
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New Jersey are yeah we know yeah I'm
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mentioning any names
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no what does it mean Green May 31st my
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birthday's coming up I'm turning the big
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four Oh out of here yeah yep yep away me
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I'm never close thank goodness was born
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earlier crazy did you see my come out of
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my LinkedIn post I had to say we might
47:23:00
look young but we actually have 20 years
47:26:00
sales experience right greatest when
47:29:00
years older than I am you probably don't
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even even pray the camera adds new years
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to Jared what's going on with you this
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weekend this weekend ah yeah Mother's
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Day we got some stuff gonna probably go
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out to Orlando for the day it's about an
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hour ride but we'll go do that take take
47:57:00
the mother out there take all the women
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in the life out there otherwise you get
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in trouble but houses in Florida just
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recently we've in the last I probably
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see six months we've actually moved 10
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times we would love to leave California
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so we've been looking at somewhere in
48:19:00
similar to California a property bonus
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in you know be near you know as we were
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looking to Florida's a lot a lot of
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beautiful property there oh just forget
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if we can handle the humidity or not
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they're used to it yeah you know it's
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not it's not as bad as people make it
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out to be I mean I know you guys have
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come to Florida but you get used to a
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pretty quick I mean there's only a few
48:38:00
months that you're probably same as in
48:39:00
California that it's you know it's like
48:40:00
man this is bad but the timing me fard
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like you know where we were just in
48:46:00
Vegas man that was hot it was just like
48:49:00
I gotta get bad on care what they say
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dry heat
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you never want to talk about when I got
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back the floor I was like I'll take the
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humidity ha ha I couldn't stay out in
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that outside area my head was burning
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right can you believe people were out
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there three days oh I can't believe it
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because there were like barbecues and
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right butts fish they were like outdoor
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garden they were outdoor products right
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it was it was crazy
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if they paid for that space I feel bad
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for right yeah I think outside well I
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have no desire this was going to or for
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my car right there's a far walk to right
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yeah it's crazy if I walk that's crazy
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if you guys start looking man come
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around to Clearwater Florida Aries
49:36:00
awesome st. Pete st. Pete has some great
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downtown it's awesome there the Grand
49:41:00
Prix there we have a lot of cool
49:42:00
sporting events not that I watch too
49:43:00
much sports but we got a lot of stuff
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happen in the tampa st. peter area so
49:47:00
it's we're looking at wasn't it temple
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how far you from miami from miami for
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probably about five hours from miami
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florida zhalong state kind of like
49:55:00
california yeah so Miami's Miami's our
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ride but you know go to Miami first
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Miami is kind of kind of like New York
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and it's crazy Miami traffic's insane
50:08:00
find somewhere like an hour outside of
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Miami
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yeah Fort Lauderdale area is good the
50:16:00
only thing good about the Tampa said
50:17:00
Peter you got a lot of HSN QVC people a
50:19:00
lot of a lot of inventors a lot of
50:22:00
product developers out this way there's
50:24:00
your business yeah pretty pretty pretty
50:27:00
big because of the HSN building
50:29:00
headquarters here QVC president or
50:39:00
something just left QVC and now he's
50:42:00
head of Kohl's did you read about that
50:44:00
yeah there's a big restructuring because
50:47:00
they bought HSN so the restructuring a
50:49:00
lot of them season yeah yeah so you'll
50:52:00
see a lot of more changes but QVC is an
50:55:00
awesome company man you know I was I was
50:56:00
kind of glad they took over with HSN
50:58:00
know they're really now have a lot of
50:59:00
power to to make some changes and HSN's
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a good company to what QVC is huge yeah
51:04:00
if you could get on HSN now that there's
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one company probably yeah I take this
51:11:00
home car my good times well again thank
51:15:00
you all all you listeners out there we
51:18:00
are so happy I'm still tired I'm
51:20:00
stumbling am I talking from our trip but
51:22:00
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51:43:00
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