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Since its premiere in 1989, The Simpsons has developed a reputation as not only one of the finest animated shows, but one of the greatest television shows ever. For almost 30 years, Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and little Maggie have made us laugh, cry and feel every possible emotion in-between. Not only has the heartfelt, satirical series offered plenty of laughs through the years, they’ve given us a lot to think about as well. The show’s biting social commentary and insightful points of view on practically every topic under the sun has given it an edge that keeps it head and shoulders above the competition.
One thing in particular the show has developed a reputation for is predicting the future. Conspiracy theorists have had a field day with this possibility; they’re convinced some strange magic is afoot here. But, when you actually sit down and take a look at the things The Simpsons has predicted, you’ll realize the show’s writers don’t possess some mysterious, mystical powers – they’re just insanely smart. They’re so tapped into the cultural vein and pay such close attention to what’s going on in America that many of their insane predictions end up being more logical than you’d think. While the show predicted President Trump’s election as president, you might not realize he was already campaigning for the spot back when the reference was made. The Simpsons might also have predicted the demise of Siegfried and Roy with their parody duo Gunter and Ernst, but the truth is if you work with tigers and lions, there’s a solid chance you’re going to get hurt. And there are plenty more explanations where that came from.
No matter how outlandish or on-point these predictions might seem, when you start to go through them with a fine-tooth comb, you’ll discover there are logical explanations for nearly all of them. Tune in to find out what they are.
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He founded his own independent record label in high school and toured the world, he also provided Wiz Khalifa with his first opportunity to perform in NYC.
In his mid-twenties, he pivoted from music to marketing when he created Green Room Creative (GRC), which is a Digital Marketing Agency that helps brands build stories online. His company has worked with HBO, Juice Press, The Daily Beast, Patch and Hilary Clinton.
In addition to being a superstar in the marketing world, Ani is also the founder of Kolkata Chai Co. which is one of the hottest tea shop/eateries in New York City. It’s named after the city his family grew up in in India. Ani is also a real estate investor with developments in New Jersey and Philadelphia. He focuses on acquiring distressed, underperforming and non-performing residential and mixed-used assets.
In episode 69, we covered all of the above for one of our most broad ranging conversations to date. We discussed the new age of marketing and what entrepreneurs should be doing to grow their brands organically. We also discussed India’s massive economy, hip-hops reach and effect there and where outside investors can find opportunities to profit on the subcontinent which is home to 1.3 billion people. #Realestate #investing