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Scott Presler: We Don't Need the Government, We Need Active Citizens
"Because I was mad but you know I wasn't mad at President Obama I was ultimately mad at myself I said Scott where were you registering where voters were you getting out the vote where were you helping to make sure that we were electing publicans into office and I realized that my inaction meant that I was the problem and so I became the solution by getting my first job in politics in 2014 I I moved halfway across the country to Texas to elect now Governor Greg Abbott and then realized how important it was that we win back the White House in 2016 because I was always forward thinking focusing on the Supreme Court and I never wanted Hillary Clinton to set foot in office ever again as you know and so I dedicated two years of my life to electing Donald J. Trump as the 45th President and it really was Trump who changed my life in 2019 because he was talking about the city of Baltimore Maryland and again the same inaction that I felt in myself in 2012 I was reminded of by society's reaction to Baltimore because because everybody was tweeting they were posting pictures they were getting likes and clicks from posting videos and of Baltimore I thought to myself okay you're gonna go do a trash cleanup and I I thought was it going was to be me my mom dad but the tweet that I posted on social media it went viral and I was oh but within seven days we organized a cleanup in Baltimore on on a Monday and we got 200 volunteers from all across the country that came together in an act of love and we picked up 12 tons of trash in 12 hours in one single day and I thought to myself Dan I don't need the government to solve my problems what I do need is concerned citizens coming together as a community and we can do
A highlight from 3 Altcoins I'm Buying This Week! (Insiders Are Accumulating)
"Insiders are accumulating. At least that is what some of the on -chain indicators were showing us overnight. But in today's video, I want to break down exactly how the market is looking in what has been super interesting price action and give you the main altcoins that I am watching this week. As you guys know, it is a Monday stream which means it's an altcoin watch this show where I go through my favorite plays of the week, one of which is actually Bitcoin this week given the recent price action that we're seeing. And I'm actually live this week. So a lot of you guys that have been watching my shows over the last week or so would know I've been pre -recording. But now I'm back in the studio which means I'm back to live streaming most days. So yeah, I can interact with comments today, do a bit more of, you know, interacting with comments, talking about alts. So if you guys have any questions that you have about any of the plays that I'm setting up for this week, ask me in the comments and I'll get to them and we can make it more of a collaborative show. Welcome back all of my loyal viewers. I noticed we have some regulars here. We've got BlackSales, Rob, Crimson, you guys are back even though I haven't really been that consistent. So thank you guys for joining. Luigi says he's present as well. And let's get straight into the show. So before we get into the alts that I'm looking at this week, the first thing I want to do is look at Bitcoin because there are a few major things happening that I saw in both the on -chain data and the centralized exchange data. The first thing to note is that Bitcoin pivoted nicely off this horizontal range support at 25k. We know that structurally 25k is the key level to keep your eye on. Bitcoin actually responded pretty well in this region and I mean if you really want to simplify the market right now from a TA perspective, all you really need to know is that you have this major 25k support. You break below and Bitcoin is looking bearish from a momentum perspective. You break above the 31k zone and that puts Bitcoin into bullish territory. Maybe people don't really like simplifying things too much because we all love to know what's going to happen in the short term. But if we take a macro lens approach to viewing the market, we can assert that these are the two major ranges and any kind of price action in between then, although it would create opportunities, is not going to come in the way of a definitive bull market or a definitive bearish breakdown. So I think that's an important thing to note as well. Now going into more of the micro here, so going into the daily, going into the four hourly charts to look at what happened with Bitcoin, things start to get really, really interesting. We can see on the daily chart, we pivoted off the 25 .2k level. This was the level that was the initial structural level before the entire BlackRock ETF speculation. So when we got news that BlackRock was filing for an ETF that resulted in a strong pivot from this area at the 25k level, that was in correspondence with a bounce off the diagonal as well as the horizontal support. We pivoted recently off that level and now find ourselves chopping in a new range, which is being formed between the 25k level and the 27k level. Super interestingly, on the four hourly chart, Bitcoin showed like an extremely aggressive move yesterday to the upside and actually pumped into resistance at the 27k level. As you can see here, that was an area that acted as temporary support back in late August before it resulted in an eventual breakdown, therefore a test of the 25k region before Bitcoin actually reversed. And now we get another test, but instead of a support test this time, it's a resistance test into 27 ,300. Now this test was failed, but we can currently see right now Bitcoin is making up its mind on the four hourly chart, whether it wants to close above the 26 ,800 level or not. I still view this as a fairly key level, as it was the initial marking of the range that was initially set out in August. We can kind of hold above there that I think there's a large chance that we can actually smash the 27k level. But of course that's wishful thinking because right now Bitcoin is currently reversing and looks like it does want to close below, which would simply mean more chop over the next few days. So definitely keep your eye on that as well. In terms of open interest, this is where the tile and the title of this video comes in, at least at the time of recording. We might end up changing it later. That's the massive spike that we saw in open interest. So open interest is indicative of the total futures positioning in the market, both long and short for, in this case, Bitcoin. And what we saw last night was the largest open increase amount in a single day with a 15 % increase in the total open interest level. You can see here that's exhibited by this flurry of green candles to the upside. This is the open interest chart, which shows like insiders or someone like a big whale presumably was starting to position themselves. Because from a retail perspective, there wasn't much of a general catalyst over the weekend, over Sunday and Monday. But we still saw a massive increase in open interest. So this raised a lot of questions. Are insiders positioning themselves? Is there going to be a spot ETF approval this week? Is something happening behind the scenes? And although those questions are like extremely hard to answer, what we do know is that open interest was essentially faded in the 12 hours preceding the spike in open interest. So what does this tell us? Well, as I said, it's hard to get a definitive answer what the pump caused. It is likely that some sort of like big whale institution fund decided to open a position. I mean, that's what the volume and the open interest increase is suggesting. There was rumors flying around at the time, like by runner expertise, a few other traders, even I did mention this on my Twitter. Like, is this a potential ETF decision coming this week that insiders are starting to position themselves for? I maybe would have been leaning more on the side of yes yesterday. But given the fact that the move got really quickly faded and wasn't able to sustain, I would maybe now err on the side of no. And this was just irregular market movement or someone positioning themselves ahead of what was an eventual flush out. This doesn't mean that open interest can't recover again. Let's see what happens over the next day and see if it comes back. If this was just a short term leverage flush out after the finance news came out, which we're going to get into now. But let's just see where open interest tracks. It still was a huge spike though. And if we do look at open interest aggregated for Bitcoin over the last week or so, we could still see that even though we did have a massive reversal, we're still sitting higher. So we are kind of making higher lows on the open interest if we look at the month of September as a whole. In terms of the Binance news, we did get news that Binance US, the auditor of Binance US, found it very difficult to ensure the company was fully collateralized at specific points in time. Which led to a lot of FUD on Twitter and a lot of FUD online that Binance may in fact be insolvent. And I mean, this is something that has been floating around on Twitter for quite some time. And it seems to be every time the market gets a pullback, it seems to be some sort of Binance news. I mean, I was just a token 2049 in Singapore, by the way, amazing, amazing conference. But most of the negative like headwind -esque reasons why people thought the market could come down were mostly related to Binance. So although we have a lot of catalysts, a lot of tailwinds, the Bitcoin's body tip being one, the Bitcoin halving being one. Maybe like a positive liquidity injection sometime next year if the Fed's forced to pivot being another. So there's a macro argument both for the bull and the bears. Like the overarching bearish headwind that most people referred to was Binance. So it's quite interesting that in terms of just like retail and investor mindshare in general, this Binance FUD seems to be encapsulating the masses. And that is, I think, one of the reasons why every single time we get a pullback or every single time we get Binance news, because it goes hand in hand, right? News can cause price or price can sometimes actually cause news, even though that might sound counterintuitive. That's, you know, results in a Bitcoin dip. BlackSale says don't forget to hit the likes, of course. Remember to smash the like button. If you're watching the show, show me some support on my first livestream back in a while. I did do one last month, but I haven't been too consistent with it. But yeah, but I'm back to livestreaming now. So yeah, we could see the Binance news came out, and this is one of the reasons why Bitcoin decided to reverse. And this is just a topic that we're going to need to keep our eye on. I don't think there's some sort of kneejerk reaction we need to make, because just in order to say that it's difficult to ensure Binance is fully collateralized, that's not asserting that Binance is insolvent. Maybe that's hinting on the fact that their financials are skewed or their financials are ambiguous, but ambiguous financials don't necessarily imply any explicit wrongdoing. So I would be careful to make assertions. Adam Cochrane is definitely not careful in terms of making assertions, because he's asserted for some time now that Binance isn't solvent. If he does turn out to be right, obviously that would be pretty devastating for the market if the market was to realize and we saw some sort of Binance collapse. But people are certainly aware of it, and people are certainly positioning themselves in some way, shape, or form, whether that's in terms of their actual net positioning or just their mindset, that there could be some negative Binance news coming out over the next few months. And maybe that happens sooner rather than later, but I did think that was a contributing factor behind the OI and price reversal today. Someone said recession is coming. This will happen when everyone's unexpected, rates at an all -time high, debts at an all -time high, price at an all -time high. The economy is never the same as before. Yeah, I mean, it does seem like that. However, you've got to remember, every single time we've kind of called for a recession throughout history, I mean, it's a very common thing, right? Pretty much every single year that people are calling for a recession, the market has just gone higher and higher and higher over a wide enough standpoint. Does that mean we can't get downside because of recessionary fears this year? No. Does that mean the market couldn't correct next year? No. All I'm saying is that over time, people tend to assert that a recession is coming and it does come, recessions eventually do come, but a lot of the time they take longer and they come when people least expect it. And right now, I wouldn't say it's least expected. I would say most people are expecting a recession. The thing with recessions is you can't really time them. So even if you know they're coming, there's no real way to actually prepare yourself because even the best fund managers in the world, even the best analysts in the world, they can't pinpoint a recession. So there's no real tangible way to even trade off this. If you think a recession's coming, well, when's it coming? Next year? The year after? The year after? If you're waiting for a recession and there's a huge rally in the interim, then you're giving up potentially the best year of gains in the market, right? Just because you're waiting for a recession. We saw this in years like 2007, which were great years, 2006, leading into recessions, even though people thought the recessions were coming in 2003, 2004, 2005, because they didn't buy them, they gave up the gains over the next five years or three years in that case. Then by the time the recession came, sure, they were right, but markets pulled back to the levels that they were when they were first anticipating the recession. So it's a very difficult one to time. And yet that's why I'm kind of skeptical of letting these narratives infiltrate the way that I trade. The best way to prepare for a recession is to make sure you're adequately diversified.
Georgia Judge Shuts Down Effort to Try Trump & Co-Defendants Together
"It's not easy, I'm going to take the easy way out and give you a little bit of a sweetheart plea deal. We'll see. But there was another issue that happened, two issues actually, that happened legally speaking in the course of the last 12 hours or so. You had one rejection of a shady tactic by the Fulton County DA go down. I mean, you got 876 more of them to dismiss. But at this point, the good news for Donald Trump and others is that the request by the DA, Fannie Willis, out in Fulton County, Georgia, she where attempted to try all, how many people have been indicted, 12 million people because they breathed a error in a state while using the system to challenge results the way that they're allowed to do. She took them all at the same time, which was never, ever, ever, ever, ever, plus 12 more evers times times pie ever going to happen. And that she brought it up suggests that she's an even bigger clown than any of us ever realized. And I think most people probably saw when she made her announcement a few weeks ago in that late night conference, we saw incompetence behind that podium. But now, I think everyone can say, Yeah, no, we thought it was kind of weird. She wanted to try everybody at the same time thinking that was that even feasible. We thought that that was weird. I guess it was because the judge Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McCaffie said, Nah, not going to do it. He's quoted as saying in his decision. The court joins the skepticism expressed by several federal courts that denying severance always ensures efficiency, especially in mega trials such as this. Now, what does this mean? Other than the obvious of not everyone's going to be tried at the same time? Well, it means Trump is not going to be in a courtroom
A highlight from Gary Gensler GRILLED By Senate! (Bitcoin's Next Big Step)
"Welcome to Discover Crypto! It is September 12th, 11 .32am, guys. We got some huge news with Gary Gensler. Just testified minutes ago. We have the breakdown on that also. We have some XRP news. Bitcoin, is it going to be ZK roll -up time for Bitcoin? And also, Google Cloud is controlling a giant, giant crypto ecosystem. Is it your favorite coin? What does it mean for that coin? Also, we have M 'lady got rugged for a million dollars, not rugged, a million dollars stolen by a rogue team member. And it might actually have Fed ties. Might be a Fed, a psyop, everybody. We got AJ on the side. We got Drew in the corner. Drew's walking around doing something. I don't know. I think he's grabbing an MRE for us to eat later. But guys, crypto markets are looking good. Bitcoin is pumping everybody. We're up. Things are feeling good. They're feeling bullish. We're going to hit refresh just to make sure. Look at that crypto market cap up 3 .3%, everybody. We're coming in at 1 .0. I'm going to round up $1 .08 trillion, 24 -hour volume. Kind of muted, actually. It's still below $50 billion. It's coming in at $48 .5 billion. Bitcoin dominance, I think, is up a little bit. Isn't that right, AJ? I will pull the chart in a minute. Yeah, Bitcoin dominance coming in at $47 .3 and ETH coming in at $17 .9, I guess. Still a little low, $27. Not as bad as we've seen in the frenzied activity areas like we're seeing today. Bitcoin up 4 .2%, shaking off $25K, laughing at $25K, and now above $26 ,000. If we look at the 7 -day, just looks like a little brief blip, almost like an opposite of what happened here. Here we had a BART. Then we had an inverse BART. And what's this going to be? Is this also going to be a BART? Does that mean we're going to head down? I'm not sure. What are you seeing in the charts over there for the dominance, AJ? Yeah, I just pulled the dominance chart, Drew, if you want to go to my screen. And if you look this yellow, I'll delete this line here to not confuse anybody. But if you look at this yellow line I just drew right here, I'll make it a little bit bigger so you can see it. If you look at this level right here that was previously the ceiling, has become the floor. It was rejected here as well. And the fact that Bitcoin dominance flipped there, this is a two -day chart, by the way, the fact that it flipped there is pretty bullish for Bitcoin dominance to find that spot. Also, breaking through the 50 on the RSI on the two -day chart, very relevant. It is putting in lower highs, lower lows. But let's keep a close eye on this, even if we go to, say, like a 12 -hour. And let's see how far this can run up. Are we going to get rejected below that previous high right around there? Or are we going to find a way to keep going up? Because really, if you look at right there. So we kind of got to keep a close eye on Bitcoin dominance moving forward. All right, we got someone saying the thing's a little bit hard to read over there. You know, I'd maybe agree that the orange and the color behind it could be a little bit more contrasty. I don't know if that's the right word there. All right, let's look at Ethereum. Ethereum is up 2 .7%, is now above 1600, using that as a psychological support level right there. We have BNB up 3%, XRP up 2 .2%, we have Cardano up 2 .5%, but Tron is up 5%, is looking really good. We go down to Bitcoin Cash, it is up 7 .2%, it's feeling really good. Where's DZs? One of his favorite coins, Chainlink, is up 2 .4%. Still below $6, so I might need to add to my 6 .2 Chainlink, maybe I'll buy 0 .8 today, get up to my lucky number 7. Let's look at the biggest gainers of the day though. We have Render and then Casper. Dang it, I am still mad about Casper. Casper is up 25 % on the week. I keep saying, oh, I missed the boat, I missed the boat, you know, but a lot of people are saying just buy it under a nickel, idiot. Do you have any Casper? No, but it's definitely a coin that I've been thinking about accumulating, just considering when it pumps, it rips. So I guess I'm going to keep a close eye on like the next retest of this. I'm going to get involved at some point here. It's just too good to know. I got to figure out what exactly the ecosystem does. What is it for? Someone asked me, yeah, what does Casper do? I would say go up and down a lot. We have Bitcoin Cash up, is the third biggest gainer of the day, 7 .2%. Rollbit finally shaken off the streak of losses. It is up 6 .7%, Injectives up 6 .5%, and then Huobi up 5 .6%. All right, let's look at the top losers though. It looks like a day of volatility. What's the biggest loser? Nothing really too crazy here. We have Tezos, XTZ, and people aren't feeling XTC when they see the price is the number one dropper for the day, and the top hundred is down 2%, and NEAR, nearly being the biggest loser of the day, it is down 1 .7%. And then APECOIN, just because, you know, I can't open this without seeing one of my coins in the top five of the losers because, hey, I guess I'm the bear symbol or something. I don't know what's going on there. I'm with you there because I see Quant here on my screen sitting at 92 .28. Yeah. That's awesome. That's, you know, the lower Quant gets, I just, you know, I'm completely okay with it. Quant is kind of a magnet to that $100 level, and this is a coin that's in my top five that I believe in a lot moving forward. So anytime you can get Quant on the low, I'm down. Let's get it. This is Matthew Broderick WarGames colors. Great reference. I actually said it looks like a 1984 defense, like, contract hub is actually what I said. So I should have said that. That was a funnier one. What else do we have? Deezy, you missed the boat. You missed the boat on Caspa. Brian Mavor, I told you yesterday to buy Caspa. Should I just buy the wick? Should I just be an idiot and buy the wick? Sometimes you just got to buy the wick. Yeah, buy the top. I like Quant. I like Quant as well, Metaspawn. I have a little bit of Quant. It's been a while since I checked my bag. So guys, make sure you're following us on Discover Crypto, everybody. We're testing new thumbnails. I'm not going to say I'm the biggest fan, but hey, Deezy did a wardrobe change for you for this thumbnail. You might see the black tea underneath it. Maybe I'll do a wardrobe change in the middle of the stream. If you check out Shorts, you can see the big, you can front run the news on Milady's and is really a fed plant project there. It's almost saying no Ewok. What does that even mean? Like the short, oh my God, I walked into that one. I walked into that one. I really walked into that one. All right, guys, let's, you're ready for the biggest news. Let's get it. All right. We have Gary Gensler. He just had some comments. He just was speaking in front of the House Financial Subcommittee. I believe here in the SEC, Gary Gensler demonstrates an unbowed will to stand down from his stance towards crypto ahead of the Senate hearing. Here's the Senate, not the House. Following the commission's partial loss in the SEC versus Ripple lawsuit and an even more clear cut setback and the ETF contention, Gensler is seemingly poised to stand by his gambit, claiming he is out to protect both crypto users and issuers and investors. And in written testimony ahead of the Senate Banking Committee hearing, Gensler stuck to a consistent theme, lying. No, no, no, no, no. He's reiterating that nearly all cryptocurrencies fulfill the Howey test, a legal standard that determines whether an asset or transaction qualifies as an investment contract subject to US securities laws. As I previously said, without prejudicing any one token, the vast majority of tokens likely meet the test. Given that most tokens are subject to the securities laws, it follows that most intermediaries have to comply with securities laws as well, hiding behind vague terminology like most and a vast majority. So, and then also likely meet. So he's staying away from anything where you could point to and say, hey, you issued us a clear cut yes or no. No, he's doing the opposite. He's being vague. He's being obtuse. He's being gray and murky and swirly. And it's all smoke and mirrors, as I say. Likely, likely meet. It's most crypto tokens, most intermediaries. All right, keep scrolling here.
A highlight from The Jets in Despair, a Wide-Open AFC East, and the Big UFC-WWE Merger With Sean Fennessey, Ben Solak, and Nick Khan
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That's why every car from CarMax has upfront pricing and an unbeatable love it or return it. 30 -day money back guarantee up to 1 ,500 miles. Shop at Nationwide Inventory on your terms. That's car buying reimagined. Start shopping now to find a car you'll love at carmax .com. We're also brought to you by The Ringer Podcast Network where I put up a new rewatchables on Monday night. It is an all -time one for us. We did Black Cat, Me and Chris Ryan, Michael Mann movie. We were running out of Michael Mann movies. We don't care. We love this movie. We're probably in the minority. I also went on the big picture with Sean Fennesey. They did a Denzel Washington movie draft and I was on there with Sean and Amanda Dobbins and Chris Ryan and Van Lathan. That was really fun. I got over competitive. I'm sorry. I apologize to everybody in the room. Coming up on this podcast, well, the Jets, that happened. We're gonna talk about what happens now at the AFC East with Benjamin Solak. We're gonna bring in our guy, Sean Fennesey, diehard Jets fan to walk through his emotions the last 12 hours. And then last but not least, Nick Khan, who was running WWE, but today they merged with UFC. And we're gonna talk about that merger, what it means, what it means for the business, what's Vince McMahon's role in the whole thing. And then we're gonna talk a lot of sports media stuff as well. ESPN versus Charter, what the NBA rights are gonna be. So this is an action -packed podcast. Dare I say it's a TKO for you, the listener. Let's bring in Pearl Jam. All right, we're taping this on Tuesday morning, we got the words that Aaron Rodgers, out for the year, torn Achilles, Sean Fennesey, who I've worked with for 11 plus years at this point, diehard Jets Mets fan, Knicks, been a rough ride, rocky road. After Rodgers went down five minutes into the game, you just tweeted goodbye and it didn't respond to texts. We didn't know. I was saying it was like, Marcuson's gone. There is no Marcuson. It's like, Sean's gone. There is no Sean. How are we feeling today? Thanks for having me on the show, Bill. Really kind of you to have me on. I feel justified in all of my melodramatic curse talk. I'm sure I feel similar to how you felt in 2002, 2003, you know, with the socks and feeling anxiety. I feel bad. I feel even worse, actually, because they won for a variety of reasons. But we got a chance to see, like, this is a really cool, fun, exciting team. And they, I don't know if they were Super Bowl bound, but it's easy to imagine a world in which they could have been Super Bowl bound. So yeah, I feel I feel very bad. Very bad. Well, I think the revelation from last night was that Breese looked like 95 percent of where he was last year, which I was not expecting. He was a weird fantasy football guy. It was people like, when's he going to be 100 percent, is it going to happen? So the fact that he looked like that almost made the Rogers thing worse as the game was going on, if it was even possible to feel worse about it, because it's like, oh, this guy is like a guy again. Yeah, even at the very beginning of the game, it's stupid to nitpick the first four play calls. But I was like, wow, they're really throwing a lot coming out of this game. I thought the whole point of this season was to actually use the running game to power Rogers. Obviously, the injury is a freak injury. Nothing could have prevented it. He's an older player. That O -line is obviously problematic, but it was painful actually watching Breese play so well because that could have been really the focal point of the offense. And then Aaron Rodgers just needed to be competent and then this would have been a really competitive team. So it's like I'm legitimately depressed about it. On the other hand, I tell you what I really don't like about it.
A highlight from S13 E07: Sardor's Journey and Jafton.com Excellence
"Hello, welcome to The Loney Show. I'm your host, John Mayolone. In this episode, don't have regulars because reasons as always, sadly. As for our guest, he's from Tashkent, Uzbekistan, currently in Miami, Florida. He's a serial tech entrepreneur and a public speaker, currently holding a position as a CRO and managing partner at Jaffton .com. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Sodor Akhmedov. Hey Peter, thanks for having me on. Anytime. So, how's life? It's great, yeah. Super, super good. Very grateful to be where I'm at right now with everything both professional and personal life, so can't be happier. Alright, fabulous. And have you been up too much recently? Up too much? Yeah, I mean, meaning like what I'm up to these days? Yes, what are you doing right now? What am I doing right now? Yeah, a lot of things. So mainly work -wise, busy with currently scaling our sales, hiring more people for our agency and making sure that every lead that we get is being serviced properly. That's my main thing right now outside of that, running a weekly AI event, networking, helping others find a community, building a community, all the AI enthusiasts and professionals here in South Florida. And yeah, that's mainly what I'm doing right now. Alright, fabulous. And what was life like growing up? What was life like growing up? So I grew up in Uzbekistan. I came here to the US when I was 16, nine years ago, and I've been a student here in a couple of years and then I dropped out. I went into work here, but I grew up in Uzbekistan and it was a good life. I mean, I've been fortunate to have great parents that gave me good education, gave me a set up for life type of thing. And yeah, it was a good childhood. Well, that's nice. And in terms of your journey, what inspired you to take the path that you're currently on right now? So yeah, to me, I'm in business, I'm in technology, both of these things. I think, first of all, the entrepreneurship, the business route, to me, that was more inspired by my father who is also in business. He's a businessman himself and I think his journey inspired me to do the same because I always wanted to be like my dad. I really wanted his attention and I looked up at him and I think I chose entrepreneurship as my path because for as long as I remember myself, I've always wanted to be an entrepreneur. And as far as technology, I think it was more of a thing that when I was growing up, it was the time of the rise of personal computers and internet in our country. So it was a very limited throughout access the country to internet and technology. So I really liked spending time on a computer playing video games, but I had a very limited access because my parents never got me a computer thinking it's not good for your health. So I think that kind of kicked me and pushed me to be passionate about technology. So those are the two, I think, reasons that inspired me to find my passion and stick to it unconsciously at that time. And now I think it's actually been a gift to me. Fantastic. And have you ever thought about going back to Uzbekistan and do business there at some point? In a way, yes. I mean, not necessarily doing business there. I mean, currently my business is also involved with Uzbekistan in a way that our current employees and developers are mainly in Uzbekistan. So even though we don't sell to Uzbekistan, we source talent from there. So definitely, I would say, legally also, we have a company there registered. So yeah, I definitely have like a business there, but it's not necessarily selling to Uzbekistan, but it's more like exporting Uzbekistan's talent. Oh, okay. I can see that. So if you could live like anywhere in the world, where would it be? At the current moment, it'd probably be the same place where I'm at right now. If we're not talking any fiction, if we're talking fictional places included, then I'd probably say New York City, but with a combination of Miami weather. Alright then. If you were to start another business, what kind of business would that be? It'd probably be, at first, also an agency, similar to the business I have right now, but maybe more specialized in a different type of development. Or it would probably be like a marketing agency. That's second option. But honestly, it's hard for me to imagine like what I would start right now, because I'm so deeply ingrained within this current business. There are certain areas that I'm passionate about that I would want to go long term in, which is like the part, consumer social like building my own social media app. But that's more longer term down the road. But yeah, if we're talking again, ideally, that'd probably be like the end goal is to build my own social media app. Oh, that's pretty cool. Where do you see yourself 20 years from now? 20 years from now, I actually do see myself, yep, have successfully built a social media application that is globally renowned and big, bigger than Facebook and Instagram and all these. That's where I see myself career wise, family wise, I see, you know, having kids and having a pretty big family, and being able to spend as much time as I want with my family, probably be on a personal level, goal wise, and being able to start more of social projects, in terms of live social projects, you know, bringing people together creating communities, I love doing that. So doing what I'm kind of doing now, but more on a bigger scale of like, you know, hundreds of millions, if not billions of people impacted by that. Ah, very good. If, if you could ask one question, and you want to know the unfiltered truth to it, what question would you ask? From anyone? Yes, from anyone. unfiltered truth to any question. Interesting. I probably want to know who runs the world. Hmm, I would want to know that question, too. Yeah, it's definitely an intriguing one. Yes, it sure is. What should they teach in high school, but they don't? Many things, including personal finances, how to do proper budgeting, and how to understand certain financial structures, and things like that. I wish they taught that at school, doing your taxes properly and everything. And that would probably be the biggest thing. And then I would say also maybe starting an actual business, not like working for a business, necessarily, but actually starting as an entrepreneur, starting your own business, and understanding capitalism properly, through that. Okay, so those things, I would say, yeah. Yeah, absolutely. What has taken you the longest to get good or decent at? Can you repeat that question? What has taken you the longest to get good or decent at? Hmm, the longest to get good and decent at? Hmm, that's a good question. Probably being disciplined. You know, it was a hard take for me. When I moved to the US, it was like difficult to stay disciplined and living on my own. So that's probably been a long shot for me. Yeah, I absolutely agree. Discipline is always the key. Yep. If you could, sorry, go on. No, she said, yep, I agree with that. Okay, yeah, indeed. If you could see one movie again, for the first time, what movie would that be? If I could see one movie again, what movie that would be? It's only one that would probably be Mr. Nobody. All right, then. If you had a song every time you entered the room, what song would that be? Probably All The Way Up. Nothing Can Stop Me. I'm All The Way Up. Oh, that's a good one. Yeah, that's a good one. Yeah, sweet. What improved your life quality so much you wish you did it sooner? Very question. Give me a second to really think of this one. Probably. Yeah, moving to Miami. Actually, I wish I did that sooner. Not too soon, because living in New York also helped me. But living in Miami has been one of the top choices that I made that has been definitely a really good improvement. Yeah, it's great to live in warm climates. 100%. Yeah. Oh, yes. If someone wrote a book about you, what do you think its title would be? I'd want it to be titled with my name, which literally means leader. So I want to stand for leadership and title would be something along the lines of leadership. And how, you know, to actually be a good leader. Fabulous. What's your favorite season? Summer. Oh, yes. It all makes sense. You're in Miami. You love it there. Exactly. Why wouldn't it be summer? Yeah, that's why I moved here. Yeah, I definitely understand that. Yeah. What's the best way to start the morning? Doing your workout in the morning. It's something that I barely do myself, to be honest. But I think it's like, by far, usually the most amount of energy in the morning. Oh, yes. It's always good to stay fit. Yeah. Every day, any day. 100%. Yeah. If you could get an exotic pet, what kind of companion would you like to have? Exotic pet. Yeah, I'm not too much into pets, but if I were to get an exotic one, especially, it'd probably be maybe a lizard. Plenty of those here, but it'd be interesting to have one. The tab that actually, I don't know if that's called a lizard, but the tab that actually changes colors depending on the environment. Ah, okay. That'd be pretty cool. Yeah. Yeah. I was always fascinated as a kid by those when I saw them on TV. All right, then. If you could get rid of one holiday, which one would you get rid of? I'd probably get rid of, in my culture, we celebrate, we call it properly now, the May 9th as like the Memorial Day. But in a lot of Russian -speaking countries and Russia itself, they call it the Victory Day, which they mean that the Second World War, victory of Soviet Union. Which I actually disagree with because it is almost like celebrating war. So I'd probably get rid of that one. Oh, yes. Yeah, that's understandable. Yeah. And I would rename it to Memorial Day everywhere because it's good to memorialize the people who have gone through the war, but not necessarily celebrate. There's no winners in the war. That's what I think. Only losers. Exactly. Yeah. What is one app that you hate so much, but you still use it anyway? Plenty. Probably the top ones would be something that has to do with the government services. That really sucks, but we have to use it. So utilities app, any government utility apps are pretty bad. They're outdated and I wish they were remade. I would probably, you know, I have to use it because I have to pay my bills, but they completely are not good. Yep, absolutely. You've got to get somewhere in life. What's your favorite quote? Oh, there's many. If I were to name one, it would probably be around systems that you don't rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems. So that's a quote by James Clear who wrote Atomic Habits. And it's a fascinating quote because it makes you realize that, you know, you may have big goals all day, but if you don't have proper systems in place, that ain't going to happen and you're not going to achieve anything. Ah, very inspiring. Thank you. You're welcome. If life is a game, like some people say, what are some of the rules? What are some of the rules? I think all the rules are pretty much, I mean, they're all made up by us, by humans. But obviously there are some common sense things that I think everybody has to follow, such as being respectful. I think that is a rule to play long term in this life and being respectful to others. And thinking of them when doing certain actions, anything you do toward, that involves other parties, to consider their feelings, to consider their interests. I think that has to be a rule and it will always be a rule in life. But if it were truly a game, the rules, I mean, that's the beauty of life, unlike a game, right? I mean, every part of life you go to, you get to experience different rules. I think for me, for my game though, the rule number one would be actually that you can create your own rules. And you can have your own quote unquote game that you can create in this world and have your people play by those rules. Like we create companies, you know, we create cities, countries, regimes. So that would be my number one rule for this game that I learned, I think, is that you get to create your own rules. Nice. Would you rather not be able to open closed doors or not be able to close open doors? I would rather not be able to open closed doors or close opened doors. I hate open doors. I mean, when they're left open when I'm inside, at the same time, if I'm not able to open closed doors, that's also problematic. So that would probably be worse. So I would actually choose rather being able to open closed doors and not being able to close opened doors. And so that would make me very thoughtful of what I choose and what doors I open. Ah, all right, then. Brilliant. You're welcome. What is your usual from your favorite fast food place or a place where you eat normally? Yeah, I don't really prefer fast food, but if I were to name my go to place for something that I want a quick bite of. I'll name two because I live in two countries almost. So in Uzbekistan, I would do plov, which is the traditional Uzbek food. And in the US, I would probably, in Miami, I would choose kausa, which is this Cuban dish with potato. Ah, sweet. What's your favorite kind of dessert? Oh, probably ice cream. And to be more specific, rocky road ice cream. Oh, nice. That's pretty cool. You're welcome. What fictional item do you wish you owned in real life? Harry magic Potter's wand. Probably would be one or actually, no, no, I take that back. I would want to own Iron Man's flying suit. Okay, that's pretty cool. Decent. Thanks. You're welcome. What has been the longest trip you have taken? Longest trip I've taken? Probably the trips I make quite often actually. I don't think I've done anything longer than that yet. Is when I go from or to Uzbekistan from the US. I mean, it's very long flights of like total travel time of over 30 hours. Wow. That is madness. Yes. That's very long. That's like over the double the time duration it takes for me from where I am from to visit my family in Brazil. That's like... Yeah. But it's with the stops, I'm saying. You'd be stopping and you'd be flying for like 12 hours, stay in Turkey, and then after a day fly again for another six hours to Uzbekistan from there. Total flight time is 18, but I'm saying like if you stay in Turkey for like 12 hours, which I usually do... Oh, layovers. Yeah, that's why I'm counting too. So yeah, 30 hours of flight would be madness. Yes, I would not stand up for something like that. That is crazy. That's like a whole day. Yeah, you could probably make a whole round trip around the globe in that time. Yeah. If you had to bury a treasure chest, where would you hide it? On the second page of Google. I love it. That's a good answer. No one would know who goes that far in Google. So that's a good place. If you see a puddle on the ground, do you walk around it, over it, or through it? Is it a puddle? Yes, a puddle on the ground. Puddle on the ground. Is that like you're saying like a hole? Not a native speaker, sorry. That's alright. I'm talking about like, you know when it's raining and there's like, there's a bunch of wet puddles that like minute, very small ponds. Oh, I see. Yeah, those kind of puddles. Okay, okay. Puddles. Now walk over it, through it, or what's the third option? So around it, over it, or through it. I jump would over it. Okay, that's cool. Yeah. What is something popular now, but in five years, everyone will look back on it and be embarrassed they even liked it in the first place? 99 % of AI tools that are popping up, maybe. No, I'm kidding, but probably, hmm, I hope smartphones, because there's going to be better alternatives with the glasses and augmented reality. Oh yeah, of course. Technology is a good thing, but it does have its downsides and concerns. Yeah. What app can you not believe someone hasn't made yet? Oh, there's many have a ton of ideas for those, but if I were to name the latest I've been thinking of, that would be a marketplace app where you can hire offshore professionals on demand. And on a monthly basis, so I think there's a huge opportunity in offshore arbitrage that is still not being utilized. Many people that live in the first world countries like US, Canada, UK, Australia, they have very expensive labor and a lot of people are either overpaying or they're not able to afford a virtual assistant. And somewhere in Uzbekistan or Philippines, you can hire a virtual assistant for $400 a month and get a really good quality virtual assistant. So on demand, any kind of offshore work outsourcing app. Quality? That would benefit so many people in many ways in one. Yeah. We create opportunities for people that want to work online and for those who want to hire people online, but pay less than they would pay in their own country. That makes a lot of sense. If your mind was an island, what would it look like? It would probably be a very unique island of a lot of trees, dragons, water, sand, a lot of parties, a lot of science labs on that island too. And a mix of a ton of different things that you wouldn't be able to put in one island. Okay, cool. If you could travel back in time, what decade would you want to live in? I think we live in the best decade now and I'm very happy with how we ended. So if anything, I'd want to travel more further in time. But if I had to go back, you said decade, right? Not a century. I would probably want to see the time when the Scientific Revolution started, that decade of the 16th century around that time. So anywhere in the 16th century when the Scientific Revolution was at its peak. Okay, I could agree to that. Would you consider yourself to be an extrovert or an introvert? Extrovert. Sweet. Would you rather be able to breathe underwater or have the agility of a cat? I'll breathe underwater by all means. Okay, yes, I would choose that too. Yeah, so much more to explore. 70 % of the earth is water. Yeah, there's so much you can explore, especially the Mariana Trench. Yep, exactly. Yeah, sweet. What is something you can never seem to finish? Something I never seem to finish? I would probably say, up until recently maybe, setting up my new office, but I'm almost done with that, so I'm proud of that. Ah, alright then. Would you rather be transported 500 years into the future or 500 years into the past? I thought I was in the future for sure. Me too. The technologies that could have been invented by that time. Exactly, yeah. Oh, we would benefit so much from that. Yeah. 100%. Yeah. And that is all we have for this episode. It was great having you on, Sodor. Talking about your journey, where you're from, Uzbekistan to Miami, you worked as a serial tech entrepreneur and a lot of other things. It's been fabulous. Thank you so much for having me on, Peter, and I really enjoyed it. It's definitely not a conventional podcast that I've been on before, so this was a very interesting experience for me. Thank you for having me on. You're welcome. And until next time, stay tuned for more.
A highlight from Ep372: The Difference Between Successful People
"Whatever is for you, I need you to think, need you to consider. As soon as you're done listening to this episode, I need you to ponder for a little bit and think to yourself, what is it that I need to make a decision about and just stick to it. Most hosts never achieve the results they hoped for. They're falling short on listenership and monetization, meaning their message isn't being heard and their show ends up costing them money. This podcast was created to help you grow your listenership and make money while you're at it. Get ready to take notes. Here's your host, Adam Adams. Hey, podcaster. It's your host, Adam Adams. And I want to talk about something that successful people do a little bit differently than less successful people. And that is making a decision and sticking to it. So this episode today is going to be short. It's going to be a what it means to you, what you need to do in order to get it. Successful people make a decision and then they take action on that decision. Less successful people, those of us that struggle, we are reluctant to make that initial decision. We move through it and we kind of try a little bit of stuff, but we never commit. We never really go full bore. Think of a rhinoceros, think of a rhino at the African jungle. They will put their head down and they will charge. They just put their head down and charge. They make a decision. They commit to it. They go forward and they bulldoze everything out of their way as they do that, as they put their head down and they stay committed. So I'm encouraging you today, whether you need it for your podcast, to hire a company like ours, to take off all of the hard stuff, like the post -production and all of the graphics and emailing your guests for you. Maybe you need that. Maybe that'll help you save 12 hours a week. Or maybe you need to start doing some marketing for your company. Maybe it's that you need to start doing social media more. Perhaps you've avoided social media because you're afraid. You're scared. You're not sure. You're a little timid. You're like, I don't want to offend anyone. So I'm not sure if I want to do this on social media, or I'm not sure if I got the money. I don't want to pay for some marketing. I can do it as good as I need it to edit my own podcast. Now I don't mind spending those 12 hours a week editing one episode. And so I'm not going to do that. Whatever it is for you, I need you to think. I need you to consider. As soon as you're done listening to this episode, I need you to ponder for a little bit and think to yourself, what is it that I need to make a decision about and just stick to it. I'll be a little vulnerable and be honest with you about something that I'm doing. And I went and did my bodybuilding competition. And then in the next day and a half, I think I gained 16 pounds from 186 or 0 .9, like about 187 pounds up to 203 pounds in just the next day. It was like the afternoon of the one day and then the evening of the following day, I gained 16 pounds. Yeah, of course it can't all be fat. It can't all be muscle. It can't all be water. It's a combination of things. I probably ate a lot of food. It got stuck in my gut. I was probably on a calorie deficit. The point being that I gained it real fast and then it was hard to get it off. It was hard to get those 203. I'm not now back to 187. I'm not yet there. It's going off much slower than it came back. It's going off much slower. And I was reluctant. Listen, this is today's takeaway. I was reluctant. I felt like I put my heart and soul into fitness for so long. I counted calories. I ate many, many meals a day at exact times of the day. I worked out six days a week and it got great results, but I was tired and I wasn't ready to commit. I hired a strength coach and I wasn't quite ready to commit. And so I was kind of flopping because I didn't make a decision and stick to it. Now, just a couple of days ago, I'm recording this on a Saturday and on Wednesday is the day that I went to the gym and I got there and my heart wasn't all in it. And I was trying to ask myself, should I just leave? Should I just quit? Should I just not do this new challenge of strength? It's basically a CrossFit total. Anybody knows that it's like powerlifting. So I'm looking for a CrossFit total of a thousand pounds or a powerlifting total of 1 ,125 pounds. Those are my goals. And I hired a coach to do that, but I'm floundering. I go on a vacation. I was in Tulum this week and I came back on Tuesday and on Wednesday I was feeling like, I didn't work out on Monday because I drank too much on Sunday night. And so I just didn't feel like working out on Sunday, excuse me, on Monday. And then on Tuesday it was like a travel day. So I did not sleep hardly at all because I wanted to make sure that I caught my cab on time. So I got two hours of sleep and then we fly, then we drive and then we fly and then we land. I get home and I did not feel like I had the energy to go to the gym that late. And so Wednesday comes around an option in motion stays in motion, an object that's stagnant. Usually we'll just stay stagnant. It's hard to change inertia. If something's moving, it stays moving unless something physically stops it. If it's still, it stays still unless something physically moves it. And after a Monday and a Tuesday, I got into that, I feel like I'm staying still place. And I have dedication. I have discipline. So I showed up, but with a pissy attitude, with a I don't want to be here attitude. Am I even sure I want to do this? And so I contemplated and I thought, and this is what you're going to do after you listen to this episode. And I thought about my fitness and what my real goals are and why would I do it and why wouldn't I do it? And it was then and there that I made the decision that I'm going to enjoy it. And so I smiled. By the way, when you smile, you release endorphins in your body that makes you happy. Using your smile muscles releases, what is the best way to say it? Releases oxytocin. Oxytocin. Oxytocin. Oh my gosh. I can't talk. Oxytocin. And now all of a sudden you feel happy and healthy. So I did that. I made the commitment. I made the decision. I said, hey, I shouldn't be doing this. I feel stagnant. It's not easy to get started moving when you've been still for a while. Now this works with your podcast. This works with your business and certainly works with your health or religion or your family. In this case for me, I'm using my health as example, but for you, when you leave this podcast, it might be religion or family or health or your podcast or your business. I need you to make a commitment to do something and to go full bore in it. I committed that I would enjoy the gym. And so I got a new energy just after I smiled and after I decided I got a new energy. And then I went back the next day with vigor, with enthusiasm, and I crushed it. I got done with all of my workouts much faster than I normally do because I was excited about it, because I tricked myself the day before, because it kicked my ass and got myself in motion. And now I'm staying in motion. Friday, same thing. Go back. Today's Saturday. I'm halfway tempted to go. I want to go. I'm like, this is great. I don't want to take a day off. I love it. I love the way that I feel after I go. And you're going to love the way after you hire my company to support you with your podcast. You're going to love the way you feel. You're going to say, this is great. Why didn't I do it sooner? You're going to love the way you feel when you make those sales calls, when you follow back up with the people that you already did us a discovery call with. When you do that, you're going to feel better. When you go to the gym, you're going to feel better. When you call your mother and you're like, hey, I know we haven't talked in a while, you're going to feel better. And now you're an object in motion and you're likely to stay in motion. So the difference between successful people and non -successful people is that they make a decision and then they stick to it no matter what. Tony Robbins always says, the only way that you're going to take the island is if you burn the boats. You and your Vikings come to take over an island. You keep your ships there. You've got a way out. But when you're decided and committed that this is the thing you're going to do no matter what, you get rid of plan B and you just do the thing. I'll see you on the next episode. Oh, hey, because three of my their podcasts make the money instead of cost them money. We put together a resource for some of our clients and I want to give it to you as well. It's something that did actually seem to help because one of them is now making $2600 a month. Another one $4500 a month. And the third is making between $5000 and $10 ,000 each month. And so it's been a resource that's been incredibly valuable to them. It's our sponsor sheet template. It's a template of a sponsor sheet and it gives you something that you can hand to potential sponsors and hopefully also be making $2600, $4500 or between $5K and $10K regularly each month with your podcast. So this has been a contributing factor to helping all three of those clients turn their podcast into an additional income stream for them. And the way that you can find it is just going to our website, growyourshow .com, but put in forward slash templates, growshow .com forward slash templates. And then you can actually download that template and others that could be valuable to your podcasting experience. I'll see you on the next episode.
A highlight from How To Use AI To Spot Cryptos BEFORE They Pump! (Insane Trading Strategy)
"Today, I want to show you how you can spot altcoin pumps to find profitable trades by using banter bubbles, but also combining it with the power of two AI softwares to help you find trades in this market. And the beauty of this strategy is it will not only help you find good long opportunities in the market, but it can also help you find short opportunities in the market. And by using machine learning and the AI tools that we now have at our disposal, you can hit a higher percentage of these trades and over time become a much more profitable investor. So without further ado, let's go into the strategy. Now, this strategy would not be possible without banter bubbles. You guys have probably heard of it before, but in case you haven't, it's essentially an app which displays the best and the worst performers across any given timeframe. So as you can see in front of you, I have the monthly timeframe here. You can see that the market is mostly down, but you can use it to visually spot which altcoins are up. So runes up significantly over the month. So is rollbit. If you were more of a day trader and you want to see what's up day to day, you could look on the lower timeframes like the hourly, the four hourly or today. Today, obviously, we've had rollbit going up, sui going up, even pulsex going up. So it's a great visual reference for you to be able to find strong coins and weak coins in the market. Now, why is this so important? Strong coins in the market, especially in a bear market, are extremely important to identify. Because if Bitcoin makes a move to the upside, if you're noticing, let's say Bitcoin is approaching a major breakout, let's say of range high, and it starts to break that level, what altcoins do you think are going to perform the best? The altcoins with relative weakness in the market or the altcoins with relative strength in the market? And the reason why identifying relative strength is so important is so when it comes to taking those breakout trades, when it comes to making market move, when market moves, when the time calls, you want to be equipped with knowing what the strongest coins are and what the coins with the strongest trends are. So it all starts with trend identification. And an upwork banter bubbles helps you with that initial stage of trend identification. So instead of you having to go into trading view and scrolling through lists and lists and lists of altcoins and trying to spot which ones are up, well, you can simply tweak based on your timeframe and monitor the alts that are up on an app like banter bubble. So we know why trend identification is important. I shouldn't need to hop on too much, but that is obviously the first step when it comes to becoming a successful trader and finding opportunities. So let's get here into the strategy. So what you want to do is you want to go onto the timeframe that corresponds with your trading style. So if you were using the weekly timeframe, you're looking for those bigger breakout trades. So those longer timeframe trades that take a while to develop. If you are looking at the hourly timeframe, then this might stop present opportunities intraday, which means opportunities are throughout a certain period of time, especially if you're a day trader, that's slightly less. So you might open like two or three trades a day. So you might prefer to use the hourly timeframe. If you're opening one trade every couple days, then you might prefer to use the daily timeframe or even the weekly for longer term setup. So for the example of this video, let's say you're kind of trying to catch strong altcoins on the next Bitcoin move. In that case, you want to see what's been tracking over the last week because the last week will give you a good feel for in the current environment, what all kinds of performing well and what altcoins are performing badly. You get all sorts of giveaways and opportunities that pop up, which is also quite interesting. But here's what you can do. So I'm in the weekly timeframe right now. And there are a couple of outliers. So this is basically what I would do in my own time to spot trends in the market that are performing well. So I could see here Bitcoin's doing okay. Most coins are down. You have Tommy doing extremely well. But two that stick out to me here because they're the biggest bubbles over the last week are Sui and Robit. Clearly something is happening with both of these coins for them to be up 20 % on the week and everything else to be down. And if you go into the monthly as well, well, Robit actually also stands out at 138%. You also have Rune starting to come into the picture, but clearly Rune's trajectories died off a little bit after it had a really strong start to the month. So if we use the weekly timeframe to contextualize this strategy, let's pick one of these coins. So let's say Sui or Robit. Now, you may see Sui here and you may want to start looking into it more. So you see it on Manta Bubbles, you spot it, you go, okay, this might be good for a trade. This might be an interesting project to hold long term, but I don't know anything about Sui. That's where AI can come in. AI can help you speed up the research project to learn more about opportunities that are presented to you. So you can use Manta Bubbles to find the altcoins that are performing well. But to find out more about the altcoins that are performing well, you can actually use Google BARD to do a really quick summary and research it for you to stop you having to spend hours working out what a project is and what it does. I'll give you an example with Sui and then I'll give you an example with Robit and I'll show you how you would actually execute a trade off the back of that. So let's say Sui here, it's up on the week, you want to research more about it, you would simply go into BARD and you can ask it, BARD, I want you to find the white paper for the crypto project Sui. And we're asking it this so we can start to use it to aggregate and actually break down information. Now, in this case, it does give us the link. If we provide this link in a follow up prompt and then we ask it for a specific question like what problem is it trying to solve, now it will start to break down the white paper for us and give us information. This is great because we want a general overview of the project, especially if you're using banter bubbles to find new projects. So it gives us a summary here, it explains what Sui does, it explains the problems that it solves and it explains potentially why it has potential as well. You can also ask it what are some of the biggest competitors. So if you want to work out whether a project has a moat, what other projects are in that niche, this is also a good follow up prompt. And you can pretty much ask it whatever you want. If you want to ask it what its differentiating factors are, you can ask it what makes it better than some of the tokens that are listed here, like Ethereum, Solana, Avalanche, Cardano, who are clearly the competitors and it will also give you a few distinct advantages as well. So super interesting that you can just learn about a project using Google BARD without having to scroll through Twitter or their white papers yourself, it will automatically give you this information. Now let's go back to Banta Bubbles and let's either stay on the weekly timeframe or go on to the monthly timeframe and pick another big winner, which is of course Rollbit, which has basically taken the crypto market by storm for various reasons. By the way, a little bit of clout collection, sorry to toot my own horn, but I did call this on the show last week and said I was buying at around, I think it was 13 to 14 cents, almost 20 cents again at the time of recording here. So had an absolute rally over the last week. I'm glad I got in. If you haven't got in, that's okay. I think you can still wait for pullbacks. If you're bullish on the gamble fine narrative, I'm pretty bullish on it. There are some downsides when it comes to Rollbit, but you guys know, if you've been watching the shows, my opinion on Rollbit, I've said it multiple times. Tomorrow I'm doing a live research stream if you want to join me and we can discuss it. I'll answer any questions you may have about a token like Rollbit, but let's continue going with the tutorial here. So crypto the token Rollbit, this may be popping up on your, obviously if you're watching this video, you probably know what it is because I just explained it, but a lot of people won't really, I mean, understand what every token does. There's a bunch of tickers that pop up. So the thing is about to bubble, sometimes you'll see projects you may not know that much about them, especially if you're filtering in like the top 200, top 300, top 400, because you can select exactly what type of project you want to filter by. We're on top 100 right now, but if you're looking for the small cap trades, you probably won't know what a lot of these projects do, but just because you don't know what it does, doesn't mean it's a good investment, right? So what I would like to ask, not chat GPT, we're using Google BARD today. Now, I would like to ask it what the token RLB stands for, because as I said, you'll get tickers that you don't understand. So here it will tell us that it's essentially roll Bitcoin, and it will give us a little bit of information about the platform. So it tells us it's a platform, it's a crypto casino, sports betting platform, and it actually even gives us a utility of the token, which is super interesting as well, and even explains that the RLB tokens like a governance token of the platform, which is quite interesting. What you can also do is do the same thing we did with Sui, you can get the white paper, you can ask it follow up questions exactly. I must say Google BARD is very basic, it does make mistakes, it's not perfect, but it is getting better. And even the last update has improved its ability to scrub white paper. So I do think it'll get better over time. But this does give you kind of like, you know, a basic understanding of the project. Alright, now you have an understanding of the project, you've decided, okay, I like the project, of course, do your own, use BARD as like a starting point, but then go further, do your own research, you've decided, alright, I like rollbit, it's up on the week, you've done your TA and you want to buy. So let's say you've done your due diligence, and you've decided that you want to buy rollbit. When do you get your entry? Well, this is where another AI tool comes in for actually getting entries, because banter bubble is, I think, really, really good at helping you identify the strong all coins. But you need more information, you can't just look at price action in terms of actually executing trades. You also need to look at the technical indicators. And one way that you can really get a good grasp on the technical indicators is via using another AI platform like Kyber AI. Because rollbit, because a lot of the volume is happening on the DEXs, you can start to see when whales and smart money are positioning themselves and also starting to exit and take profits, just by monitoring the price activity on channel show you exactly how to do this. So let's use the banter bubbles example of rollbit, let's go into Kyber swap, and go into the AI function here. If you're not a member of the beta testing for Kyber AI, there's a link in the description if you want to access it, in case you're interested. So what I would do is I would search up RLB, here's rollbit coin, it's on Ethereum, a lot of the liquidity is on ETH. That's why this will work amazing for this example. And now you have all sorts of information on chain technical analysis, and also price momentum and trading volume statistics that are aggregated using AI from the on chain data. So Kyber swap is taking all the total buyers, all the total cells, all the total trades over your selected timeframe, and it's aggregating it to show you momentum, which is amazing because it gives you this Kyber score, which tells you every four hours what the on chain momentum of the token is saying. Is it taking into bearish territory? Is it starting to dig into bullish territory? Is it neutral? You can see right now, rollbit is not extremely bullish, it had a bullish phase, and over the last 12 hours, it started to drop off. So what I do is I take this into account to kind of see what the trend is, and then I scroll down and I start to use this timeframe to see how many trades people are making. So are people positioning themselves long or people positioning themselves short over the daily, monthly and weekly timeframe. Now rollbit has only had the Kyber integration since August 12th, so only two weeks. So this will be better for the weekly timeframe. But other coins may have larger timeframes depending on how long they've been listed. You got to remember rollbit only recently got its listing. But you can start to see here already that yesterday we had a significant volume spike, especially on the buy side, which outpaced the sell side by 2 million. We've seen a reduction today, but buys still outweigh sells. And you can see that some profit taking started to happen in line with the drop in price a couple days ago before people started to position themselves again. You can also see the net flow to whale wallets. So I actually need to connect my wallet to access this, my other wallet, which I can do in the background. And what this will enable you to do is view if whales are having inflows or outflows into the product. So let me just see if I can get this connected. If not, I'll show it in another video. But that's okay because it's only one data set. I'll have to show it in another video because it's connected to my other wallet. But you can also see the number of transfers, et cetera, to indicate on -chain transfers activity. Why is this important, this metric here? Because this is going to tell you if traders or holders of the roll Bitcoin are transferring to centralized exchanges or not. And if they're transferring on -chain to centralized exchanges, typically not always, but typically that indicates that there is some sort of sell pressure for the token because that's why they're putting it onto centralized exchanges so they can sell. If you're seeing transfers on to the DEXs, then that indicates that people are actually holding the coins. So super, super, super good platform for you to actually get some more information for you to be able to make a decision that you can then pair with the charts on trading view for an entry. So obviously there's key technicals on roll bit like there was that key support level at $0 .14. If you paired together a swing in the momentum here on the Kiber scores, you started to see it ticking from neutral territory into bullish territory. And you also saw that pivot off the lows at that $0 .14 support, then those two confluence indicators would have been a great kind of merging of confluence for you to actually be able to take that long trade. And of course, you wouldn't have spotted that long trade in the first place if you didn't see that it was already exhibiting relative strength versus the market. So you can see now when it comes to making long trades, how you compare up a basic software like banter bubbles, but extremely effective software like banter bubbles with AI to help you actually execute better trades. Now, it's not just longs that you can do using this strategy. You can also do this on the short side as well. So if you want to look at the let's say the daily timeframe and see what's showing weakness, we can see rune is starting to take into the negative territory along with fracks. I think it's probably better though, I prefer to stick to the weekly timeframe because this shows us like more solidified trends on the daily. You can have tokens like robot which pump and then they're going to be the most down on the daily and you'll be mistaken for weakness when in reality it's a strong point. So actually monthly and weekly timeframes, the higher timeframes are slightly better for exhibiting weakness, especially the monthly and sometimes a weekly if I'm doing like shorter term trading because you get a better idea of trends. So you can see PulseX has been down only. If you're shorting this more than you were longing this, you would have made money. Apecoin as well been down only.
Dr. Nicole Avena Unpacks the Dependence-Like Relationship With Food & Diet Culture
"Have a definition in your book on food addiction, which is pretty simple, but I like it. Food addiction is a dependence -like relationship with highly palatable foods such as those high in sugars. And I would put carbs, flour, other trigger and binge foods in there. So it's a dependence -like relationship with these foods, right? Yes. And I think that when people start to really evaluate their relationship with food and start to think about the reasons why they eat certain foods, their emotions around eating certain foods, they start to realize that it is a dependence -like relationship. It's not a healthy relationship. I mean, the purpose of food is essentially to fuel our bodies and to give us nourishment and calories and to give us nutrients that we need to stay well and to function throughout our day. And I think when people who are struggling with eating a healthy diet start to reflect on what is happening and their relationship with food, they start to see that they're not using food as a way to nourish themselves. In many cases, they're using food as a way to self -soothe, as a way to make themselves feel better because of some other issue in their life, and also as just a way to cope. And I think that food, for many people, can unfortunately become a coping mechanism for dealing with stressors. In some cases, for overcoming other addictive substances, food can simply become the replacement substance because it's socially acceptable, it's legal, and it's considered to be innocuous to most people. But the reality is food addiction can be just as dangerous and deadly as drug or alcohol addiction. Sure, yeah. I experienced some of what you're talking about, which is my husband used to say, why can't you just eat in moderation? And I'm like, I don't know why can't you eat in moderation? I dieted for 43 years. I was really successful on them until I started to use food again, which I did because of what you're talking about, which are the stressors. I was working really too long, which is another addiction, work can be an addiction, and I was working 10, 12 hours a day to be successful. And yeah, I was using food to calm myself. In the book, you say, many of the diet programs out there should work, but they don't. People go on a diet, then quit. Weight regain and yo -yo dieting have become common in a vicious cycle for too many Americans. And you say, if you were psychologically and chemically dependent on added sugars and excessive amounts of carbohydrates, your addiction may lead you into a vicious cycle of overeating, withdrawal, and craving for these foods. We're going to talk about tolerance, withdrawal, and craving, but talk about the diet programs. And we're going to talk about dopamine as well and neurotransmitters. But these diets, I mean, I was really good at it. I could lose 50 pounds, but I would gain it back and more, right? Right. And I think that's the problem. It's an industry. The whole purpose of being on a diet is so that you'll go off of a diet, gain weight, and then the industry can continue to exist. I mean, if you think about it, if people were to successfully be able to navigate their food journey and eat healthy, there'd be no diet industry. So they'd be out of business. And so it's in the best interest of the field for there to be multiple diets. And that's kind of how it works. And many people get caught in that trap of diet after diet after diet, where they'll feel like they're quote unquote successful because they lost the weight. And then suddenly the weight creeps back on and then they have to try a different diet. And it's not only a vicious cycle of weight loss, weight regain in many cases, but it's a vicious psychological cycle of shame and guilt and then being proud of yourself and then shame and guilt. And that is so unhealthy and contributes just negatively in so many different ways to people's mental health.
A highlight from Matt gave warning to all dog walkers !! Sheriff came for Rich but hasnt taken him away yet. He is already in jail. Europeans are missing in action but Walmart is full of exotic skin color.Episode #407 August 7th. 2023
"Good morning, good afternoon, good evening, Monday is here episode 407 on August 7, 2023 from this mic Rich From this mic Matt, it's interesting that you went from morning, afternoon to evening because we don't know when our listeners are going to listen to this. We don't even know what they're doing, do we want to know? What I like about it is you gave them options. Yeah, what do you think they're doing, they're walking? I don't know, who cares? Just listen to us and we hope that they have a wonderful and blessed day, that's all I care about. Can you imagine when somebody walking dog and just like has to pick up the poop and now we say something funny and he starts laughing and cannot grab it? Oh my God, either that or he already had the sack in his hand and he was laughing and already squeezes, squeezes. Why do you have to put that in my head? That's how we started. I'd like to give people a positive image to start the day. I'm sure they're just so appreciative, especially the dog lovers. Well I try to please. Now they're going to put us on pause when they pick up the poop. Or they're going to start saying, hey, I'm just going to fast forward the first 30 seconds. Oh yeah. So it's Monday and interesting, it is 10pm, we're recording it right now at 10pm and it's because we've been busy, right? Yeah, you've been busy. That's correct. And it is right now, as we sit here, 90 Fahrenheit outside. Our air conditioning in our office and the studio is going all day and in our spa, our air conditioning already quit. It already quit, I know. And the highest today was 97. Really? Yeah. I thought it would have been high. Well what was that index thing? I don't know. It seemed awful hot. I don't want to even think about indexing. It was off the chart. I can just tell you one thing. On Saturday or Friday, we mentioned in our podcast that Mexican workers here, they burning out and they actually start getting more tan. Yeah. More Mexican tan. Yeah. And Guatemalan people get burned out on their faces. Yeah. And it's going downhill because the air conditioning quit on that day. And somebody like me, white Irish, is turning red like a tomato. Yeah. Yeah. I tell you what, you look like a tourist. Don't put the coconut on your screen. No, I don't want to give it away or make, you know. Don't put the coconut thing on it. I don't want that label. Although we love our tourists, I hope, you know, if you're out there and you're visiting Naples on what we guess we affectionately call off -season. But for Germans and people in South America, it's their time to vacation. They come here during this time. I tell you what, today one of the sheriffs, a friend of mine, stopped by, haven't seen him for a while. His name is Dennis. If he's listening and wants to say hi to him, it was really refreshing to see him after like six, seven months. And, you know, he just said he was watching from distance and he usually works at night. But he was promoted, so congratulations to him. Seven years in the Sheriff's Department, finally he's a surgeon. So that was really nice and refreshing to see. Well, wasn't the last time you saw him was when you had your head cuffed in the back of his seat? No. No, uh -uh. Actually, we have good relationship with the police and Sheriff's Department. They have the training facility. And the fire department, too. They have training facility next to us, so a lot of times they come and stop by for lunches and coffees. We never charge them because we made the promise and commitment from beginning, even before we opened. We said, anybody in uniform shows up, we always treat them with respect and we always make sure they understand that we appreciate what they do for us. Because working 12 hours a night, dealing what we don't even have idea while we're sleeping, having peace of mind, somebody has to just say thank you any different way. So if this is the way we can do it, we will gladly do it. And Dennis, we had a conversation in regards to a tourist, because he said he's not that busy on the road. He used to have a lot of traffic stops and a lot of things, true and legitimate crimes. People driving on the wrong side of the road. Or going too fast. Or going really blind. Just like you mentioned, you sometimes drive like that. And he said a lot of Europeans are missing. And then after he left, we had two couples in our coffee shop, Europeans. One of them from Russia and one from Italy. So I got so excited that he was wrong. He better stick to police officers instead of being a prophet. So I was thinking, he is wrong, right? We have Europeans here for vacations. And Italians live in New York and Russians live in Orlando. Not really. We're missing European tourists. And I haven't seen very many South Americans. Lots of times the Argentinians are up here during this time. So I mean, no wonder why we are kind of slower and traffic is not in existence now. Yeah, but I'll tell you, Walmart was banging when I went in there today. I mean, it's just like, I thought the whole town was in there. I've never seen such a line waiting to get to your, what do you call this? Self -checkout? Self -checkout, yeah. Well, maybe they were checking how self -checkout works. I don't know. Training. It was like both, there was two ends in this one on Davis and the two ends were connecting. Wow. That's how many people were there. I'm so happy for you that you can go to Walmart, you know, because my life is around this building and I cannot go any further than two miles. Well, you're not missing anything. It's like I'm in jail. Yeah. Yeah. So thank you for telling me what's going on in Walmart. I haven't been there for like six months. So I'm so glad. Please keep me posted in Walmart situation. You know, that's really nice. Can you buy me candy or something next time? I guess it depends on your location where people are. But to me, it seems like the community's growing. Seems to me that there's more people in the community. Maybe it's just down here in downtown and on 41 that we don't have much traffic. Yeah, maybe. Tell people in Walmart they should stop by here then, you know? Maybe I'll just walk around up and down the aisles. Go down to 4th and 5th Avenue. Just get those, you know, the police officers. Or the bullhorn. Yeah. Or the sticks, the directional sticks like a police officer says with the lights, you know, in the night. Oh yeah. And like at the airport and just kind of tell them the directions. This way. This way or that way.
A highlight from Matt eats two croissants so he is not limping around and suggests to grab some nuts!! Rich and Cindy Crawford were working for the same company at the same time but they got separated! Episode #404 August 3rd. 2023
"Hello Divine People, August 3rd, 2023, episode 404, just starting with Rich on this side and Matt on this side. You used to be like Rich on this mic and Matt on this mic. I'm trying to confuse you sometimes. Well, you know, now I'm on my game now. You were thinking for a second, what are you going to say? I had a couple of croissants. Oh, you did? Yeah. I promised you one. You promised me one and you gave me two. Yeah, because you know what they... It's delicious. You know what they say in our country? If you're drinking shots of vodka or something, then you do one in a friend's house or something. He's going to say, take another one because you're going to be limping. That's for the other foot. Excuses. People find excuses. You drink one shot. Excuse to get another shot. So you'll be limping, right? So the problem is, men actually don't have only two feet. Do I have to think about maybe two and a half shots? Yeah, it was delicious. So you got two croissants, so you were not limping. It had chocolate in it and all kinds of nuts. I promised you one with nuts and chocolate, Belgian chocolate. That's what we do. Belgian chocolate, croissant, nice, crispy, fluffy, and just the best thing. And now you'll have to listen to me complain. I already started complaining. I mean, I was blessed with a croissant. It tastes great. And now I'll go, oh, it's going to bloat me a little bit. And I'm going to have salt retention and a little extra water weight. So I'll cry baby about it. And then in another 12 hours, I'll be back to normal. If I look into your body, those two croissants already lost their... Your body doesn't even know that you have been there two croissants visiting. They were delicious. I just want to recommend people to, you know, we said, well, we have 30 different croissants. 70 different croissants. Yeah, but I meant like the dessert one, 70 dessert ones. No, 30. Yeah, I thought my number was right. Yeah, you're right. So anyway, I just want to encourage people because man, they are just tasty. They're so crisp and hot. And you gave me me right away and I was on the run. You know, I was busy, right? And I had that thing next to me as I was driving around. Yeah. And I thought, well, I'll just wait till I, you know, get where I am. Not first intersection, mate. It was open by then. I know it. And then I ate one in the middle because I know that's where the best stuff is, right? And then I said, oh, this is too good. And so started nibbling on the ends. Yeah. You know how I get to the ends are a little smaller. The crispiest. Yeah, but it doesn't have all the stuff. Because I want to save the middle. My favorite's the middle with everything. I mean, the whole thing's good. So I started nibbling the ends and I probably didn't get more than a mile, mile and a half down. Yeah. They were gone both. You wore it like a hammer. Hammer is the gas guzzler. They went down the hatch and they were gone. But anyway, come on out and try one of our croissant, dessert croissants at Divine Naples Coffee and Wine Bar. You said it right. It's on 4th Street. Again, wrong. 4th Avenue. I did that on purpose. 4th Avenue South. Yeah, right. 851, right? 851, yes. 851. What is 858? That means 851. But anyway, come down and check it out. Have one and a nice cup of coffee. Good job. You know what? Number one. What? I see you here. That means you didn't win the lottery. I played by Chinese cookie numbers though. And number two, I always hold my promise, right? Yeah. Guess what I got for you today? Cookies. Oh no, what is this? A Ding Dong? Oh, it's an ice cream. You're really good. Oh my God. Describe what you're getting. Oh, it's a pink ice cream. Yeah, that's just your color. It's my color. Hey man. You like pink, huh? Oh my gosh, with some nice. Didn't you say cookie ice cream? Yeah. There you have it. We did a show on that. Yeah, that's why I told you I'm going to get you one. Yeah, that's yours. So now, since you're quiet, I have things to do, things to say. First of all, you have to use the moment. Yeah, use it wisely. I'm still getting words in with my mouth open. Music is provided by Julian Bruce. Thera Quitarra. That's the music on the beginning and whole show, so please support them. See them on Facebook, Thera Quitarra. Give them high fives or thumbs up, whatever works for you. And if you want to purchase their CD, available on our coffee shop. Our sponsor of this show, Beachesos .com, which is the only service here that delivers food, drinks, alcohol, sandwiches, salads, even baby wipes and Advil to the beach with our stylish fire truck that is mini size with maxi size of the light on. And the last thing I want to mention, if you want to print some money, some valuables, something that you can see our value in your home or somewhere where you go, you can find that at divinapels .com forward slash discount dash coupon. I'm just thinking. Divinapels .com forward slash discount dash coupon. Five hundred dollars available. Now, don't forget, there's a wellness month in August, so support your local businesses. We would like to see you more often in our spa. Divine Spa, best rated spa here in that divine Naples or Naples, Florida. And here you go. That's my official list right here. I have some more things, but there you go. Hey, there you go. Yesterday was 78 in the evening. Really? Yeah. It was nice and breezy. I'd like to know what it's going to be. Oh, you're going to eat one now. Yeah. Now it's your turn.
A highlight from Matt eats two croissants so he is not limping around and suggests to grab some nuts!! Rich and Cindy Crawford were working for the same company at the same time but they got separated! Episode #404 August 3rd. 2023
"Hello Divine People, August 3rd, 2023, episode 404, just starting with Rich on this side and Matt on this side. You used to be like Rich on this mic and Matt on this mic. I'm trying to confuse you sometimes. Well, you know, now I'm on my game now. You were thinking for a second, what are you going to say? I had a couple of croissants. Oh, you did? Yeah. I promised you one. You promised me one and you gave me two. Yeah, because you know what they... It's delicious. You know what they say in our country? If you're drinking shots of vodka or something, then you do one in a friend's house or something. He's going to say, take another one because you're going to be limping. That's for the other foot. Excuses. People find excuses. You drink one shot. Excuse to get another shot. So you'll be limping, right? So the problem is, men actually don't have only two feet. Do I have to think about maybe two and a half shots? Yeah, it was delicious. So you got two croissants, so you were not limping. It had chocolate in it and all kinds of nuts. I promised you one with nuts and chocolate, Belgian chocolate. That's what we do. Belgian chocolate, croissant, nice, crispy, fluffy, and just the best thing. And now you'll have to listen to me complain. I already started complaining. I mean, I was blessed with a croissant. It tastes great. And now I'll go, oh, it's going to bloat me a little bit. And I'm going to have salt retention and a little extra water weight. So I'll cry baby about it. And then in another 12 hours, I'll be back to normal. If I look into your body, those two croissants already lost their... Your body doesn't even know that you have been there two croissants visiting. They were delicious. I just want to recommend people to, you know, we said, well, we have 30 different croissants. 70 different croissants. Yeah, but I meant like the dessert one, 70 dessert ones. No, 30. Yeah, I thought my number was right. Yeah, you're right. So anyway, I just want to encourage people because man, they are just tasty. They're so crisp and hot. And you gave me me right away and I was on the run. You know, I was busy, right? And I had that thing next to me as I was driving around. Yeah. And I thought, well, I'll just wait till I, you know, get where I am. Not first intersection, mate.
A highlight from Swell - A Voyage Into Liquid Staking
"Hi everyone, Andy Pickering here, I'm your host and welcome to the Crypto Conversation, a Brave New Coin podcast where we talk to the people building the future in the Bitcoin, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency space. Hey folks, we have a new sponsor here at the Crypto Conversation. Today's episode is brought to you by Coinsbee .com, the go -to platform for spending your crypto. With the biggest selection of brands across all gift card platforms and live in over 185 countries, Coinsbee supports the most relevant local brands for your everyday needs. They support more than 200 cryptocurrencies and offer a vast product range from gift cards, game points to mobile phone top -ups. Can't find what you're looking for? No worries, Coinsbee also offers Visa and Mastercard prepaid cards. So just go to coinsbee .com and turn your digital assets into real -world possibilities. And now it is on with the show. My guest today is Daniel Dizon. Daniel is the founder and CEO at Swell Labs. Swell Labs is a major contributor to the Swell protocol DAO and ecosystem. Of course, Swell is a non -custodial ETH liquid -stating protocol that helps you optimize your yield in DeFi. Welcome to the show, Daniel. Thanks for having me Andy, it's a pleasure to be here. Pleasure to have you here, Daniel. Let's do what we do at the beginning of the show. Could you please introduce yourself? Some people will know who you are, but some people won't. So yeah, for those that don't, please just give us some of your backstory, what you've been doing in the lead up to creating Swell Labs. Yeah, thanks so much. So my name is Daniel, I'm the founder of Swell, as well as a non -custodial liquid Ethereum staking protocol. My background has been a mix of finance, technology and innovation. Prior to founding Swell, I was a corporate advisor to various clients on blockchain, digital assets and portfolio management. And also was a Web2 entrepreneur. So co -founded, scaled and exited a traditional SaaS business, and then have always been sort of interested and passionate about crypto, in particular DeFi, mainly from a philosophical standpoint, and then saw an opportunity in early 2022, sort of late 2021, to contribute to the ecosystem by building out Swell, which is a different staking protocol, and saw not only the commercial opportunity, but more importantly, the sort of importance at a systemic level to ensure a healthy, diversified and decentralized liquid staking protocol. And here we are today. Sure, sure. And so you can very much understand with the merge Ethereum's move to proof of stake, certainly an opportunity for, I guess, entrepreneurs such as yourself to spin up various variations on the liquid staking protocols. That's exactly what has happened. So we can talk about that. I'm interested in though, Daniel, you said that you're really interested in the wonderful world of DeFi, particularly from a philosophical point of view. So I think we can get a sense of what that means, but love you to flesh that out. And yeah, let's put some color on the tree. Yeah, absolutely. So it's really a confluence of sort of the psychopunk philosophy, as well as economics, particularly on Austrian economics, and these ideas that have Hayek, Rothbard, Mises, in regards to things like competitive currencies, things like stateless currencies and that sort of thing. And then, like most people, you delve into Bitcoin first, and then you move into Ethereum, and then you see all the innovation that's happening on Ethereum, the programmability of it, and ecosystem of builders, and that sort of thing, and the capital flow to the system, and then try to remain true to those original crypto values, which express themselves with things like self -sovereignty, privacy, autonomy, and sort of self -custody, censorship resistance, all these sorts of things. And then the sort of expression of that is through building up whatever layer of the stack that you want to build on. And in particular with Ethereum as the base layer for, effectively, the future of finance, i .e. decentralized finance, i .e. DeFi, I thought there was an opportunity to help contribute to that wider architecture being built out, and the primitive that I chose was on liquid staking. That's now the biggest category in DeFi at the moment, and powers a lot of the other categories, like lending and borrowing, DEXs, and that sort of thing. Yeah, very much so. And look, just for anyone that doesn't understand what liquid staking is and the importance of it to the current state of the Ethereum network, do you want to just give us kind of a quick high -level summary of what that is and how it works? Yeah, sure thing. So at a principles level, staking is a way to secure the network. So Ethereum moved to a fully POS system in September of last year with the merge, and what that enabled was the consensus mechanism to merge between the existing blockchains that are running separately. But just at a simple level, what it is, it's a way to secure the network. And then in exchange for securing the network or putting your Ether at stake, you earn rewards. And the whole point of liquid staking is to do that in a way where you can earn rewards, but also get the advantage of rehypothecating that collateral, using it again. So in traditional vanilla or i .e. liquid staking, in liquid staking, you have to choose like, do I want to use my ETH to earn staking rewards or do I want to use it in DeFi, like to use S collateral or something like that? That was before liquid staking, that was the trade -off, but now you can do both. So what happens is people will liquid stake and then they'll receive an LST in return to like a receipt token. They'll earn rewards, but they can also use that again in DeFi, whether that's to provide liquidity or to collateralize a stablecoin or something like that. The other advantage as well of liquid staking is that it abstracts away all the complexity of sort of spinning up your own validator and managing that as well. So it reduces the technical hurdles and there's some financial hurdles as well that it sort of abstracts away. So it's really, really easy for the user and should be a net benefit to the Ethereum ecosystem because the more that's staked, the higher the sort of economic security is for Ethereum because it's more sort of costly to attack and that sort of thing. That's right. Of course, one of the crucial aspects that you alluded to there, Daniel, is for someone to spin up a node, you need 32 ETH, right? And 32 ETH is not that much ETH, but in certain parts of the world, it actually is a lot of ETH. And that does very, very much price a lot of people out of being able to, well, stake their ETH, which is not cool and not really congruent with the principles of crypto. So of course, the Swell network and some of these other protocols also enable just average everyday users who might not have a big bag of ETH. It means that they can stake their ETH as well and participate in those same rewards, right? Yeah, that's exactly right. Tell us then, Daniel, like I was looking at Swell and I know there's one of the big platforms as Lido that people will be aware of. Then there's some others like Swell that are just also reasonably big. Love to understand, I suppose, the scale of whatever numbers you want to use in terms of how many people are staking ETH via Swell, how much ETH is being staked, and you call them voyages, I think. So maybe we can talk through some numbers and then we can tell the Voyager story. Yeah, absolutely. So Ethereum staking overall is still in the relatively earlier nascent stage. There's about 20 % of all ETH staked at the moment. And if you compare that against other sort of fully POS, more mature systems, it's hovering more towards sort of 50 to 80 % range. So we still have some multiples to go in terms of the ETH that's going to be staked. And a lot of that was catalyzed or de -risked in an upgrade called Japella, which happened in, I think, April of this year. So now you can do redemption, you can do withdrawals. I guess that's the first thing is that there's going to be more stake coming. The other thing is that, yes, there is a sort of a concentration of market share within the top players. A lot of that is just the nature of the actual vertical itself. It does tend towards these flywheels on flywheels sort of emergent phenomenon and Swell itself. So we have been live for a touch over about three months, I believe, and we're one of the fastest growing DeFi protocols and one of the largest recipients of new inflows. And we scaled up to nearly 45 ,000 ETH, which in today's terms is just north of 80 million USD. And so we've been able to add circa 3 ,000 ETH a week consistently and we expect that number to uptick as well. And part of the success of that was we had the opportunity to have a look at what worked in the market, what didn't work and why, and how we could build around that and also introduce our own sort of bits and pieces of innovation. And one of these bits and pieces of innovation was to drive a real community gamified approach to boost rapid liquidity. And so what we have done is create something called the Voyage, which is a way to incentivize and reward early adopters and early stakers into Swell protocol. And as a result, what happens is people who stake with Swell at our current stage will earn what's effectively like a points -based campaign or pearls, which is what we're calling it, and these pearl hunters or the people that are crewing pearls will then be able to effectively redeem Swell token in exchange for those pearls when we do our TGE and then instantiate the DAO more efficiently. And so that has been a success to date. Not only do we have sort of the 80 million FDB and continuing to grow, we also have 10 ,000 unique wallets. We just passed that milestone, I think, in the last 12 hours or so. And on top of that, we also have a ton of liquidity to back our TVL. And our utilization rates in DeFi, which is how many people will use Sweets just beyond holding it, is about 50%, which goes to show that we have a really quick and native audience behind us. And we're looking forward to just continuing the journey from there. And that's the Voyage and Swell. Yeah. And I mean, it's really interesting what is happening in DeFi. It's happening in crypto, certainly happening in metaverse NFT crypto spaces. But it's happening in just more traditional fintech apps, investing apps full stop as this gamification that you're talking about. And I guess part of it is just because the kind of people that are investing today, it's kind of millennials and younger as the always on, extremely online digital generation. And so they're using digital tools to conduct their investment activity, whether it's like in fintech or crypto or DeFi or NFTs or whatever it is. And I love the kind of the storytelling part of this as well. You know, collect pearls to become a citizen of the Swell Dow. I joined the Voyage. There's like some really cool imagery undersea, final destination, Swell City. And, you know, there's multiple chapters that can be unlocked. I'm sure you're kind of telling the story into the future, but it's just interesting to see, yeah, people really stretch their imaginations and you can only see this trend continuing, right, Daniel? Yeah, absolutely. And I think that's one of the awesome things about DeFi and crypto generally is that you can do these sort of wonderful experiments and, you know, create a real community around a particular idea. Yeah. I was fascinated also to see with Swell, you guys have some some pretty good backers or investors involved. Mark Cuban, Bankless Framework, Anthony Sesino. And yeah, it's some pretty big names there, Daniel. Yeah, I mean, I think it's yeah, I mean, we're very sort of fortunate to have the support that we do have from a lot of people that have been in the Ethereum ecosystem since its earliest days and have shown to be good actors within the ecosystem. And, you know, I think it's always it's always a challenge to start a DeFi protocol, but having sort of those sort of associations does help a lot. And yeah, we've been very sort of it would be very intentional as well about how we structured the support, because we want Swell to be a mainstay of DeFi and the real public good and utility for folks, not only for the Swell community, obviously, that's paramount, but also just for Ethereum and crypto more broadly. Yeah. What do you think happens into the future, Daniel, as potentially more and more Ethereum is staked? So you said that we're still very early in that staking journey. And obviously we are. I think you said that there are probably several orders of magnitude more Ethereum to be staked along the way. Of course, there'll be a narrative that builds them. They'll be just that much less, presumably Ethereum just sitting in exchanges available for purchase or trading. What kind of implications do you think that has for Ethereum going forward? Yeah, I think I think, again, we're in the early stages of staking. That sort of implies we're also in the earlier stages of Ethereum adoption. I think in terms of the Ethereum roadmap, a lot of it's sort of been the rest out with the merge and also with Chappella and also that's sort of coming with sharding accounts direction and all these sorts of things. But more concretely, in terms of what will happen in the future, I think what will happen is that we'll have more and more estate. There'll be more and more adoption and there'll be more and more complexity introduced at various layers of the stack. So even though in the state, that stake will then be replicated for users collateral and you have derivatives, you have synthetics. You have also technologies such as DBT coming through, technologies such as Iglea coming through, which will create this sort of daisy chain. And a good analogy is like DeFi speed running the evolution of TradFi, except it's just going to be on chain. And then so that sort of complexity primitive is coming. There'll be restaking LSTs, there'll be restake LST -backed stablecoins. There'll be all this sort of range of different and interesting things that those will sort of build out. And hopefully, we see product market fit and capitalism will do its thing. And then hopefully, we see more of a conference as well between sort of TradFi, DeFi and CFi. And we do it in a way that sort of learns from the lessons that we had with sort of the mid 2022 onwards implosion of a couple of things. But notwithstanding, DeFi continued to stay despite all that. So I just think there'll be just more complexity, more stake and more users.
A highlight from Life Support, Surviving Guillain-Barre Syndrome with Author, Rare Illness Advocate and Survivor Holly Frances
"And that's it for this video. Holly, write us through that one. Give us that whole concept of what happened and what it is, and then what was the symptoms, you know, the whole thing, and then the experience itself. Sounds good. So, this all happened back in 2011. So, I was 26 years old at the time, and I was completely healthy. I had a great career. I was newly married, and I'd actually just given birth to my daughter. So, I had a wonderful nine month pregnancy. I was really looking forward to my future and being a mom and just creating all these new memories and starting this new chapter of my life. And so, it was a really, really exciting and happy time in my life. And, you know, you have your whole life planned, but sometimes life has a different plan for you. And that's what happened with me. And so, I was at home recovering from a c -section. I had a baby, and, you know, just adjusting to life as a new mom. And it was tough, breastfeeding and getting up in the middle of the night, but I loved it. And I was just, like I said, just really, really happy. But then suddenly, I got this weird pain in my neck. So, that was one of my first symptoms that I had. And at the time, I thought it was just like a pinched nerve or something like that. Later, I got some tingling in my fingertips. I kind of just ignored that. And then later that night, it progressed to kind of weakness in my legs. So, it kind of felt like I was getting the flu. And I was walking up the stairs, and I remember thinking, I'm really tired, and I'm really drained, and my legs feel really heavy, and thought that I was just getting sick. And I also thought, you know, I'm probably just really tired, need a good night's sleep. And especially me, I'd been healthy my entire life. So, I certainly didn't now. Unfortunately, everything really progressed very quickly. And within a few hours after that, the pain was so severe that I was in tears. And I was taking pain medication, and it wasn't helping. And I'm going on Google, and I'm Googling like these symptoms, and it's saying I have a pinched nerve. Because that's what you do when you have symptoms, right? You Google. Yeah, WebMD, exactly. So, of course, that's what it says, I have a pinched nerve. And so, I'm trying to ignore it, and I'm trying to do massages and stretches, and nothing's helping. I go to bed that night trying to ignore it. And my daughter actually woke up in the middle of the night to nurse. And when I stood up to go to her, my legs actually gave out on me. And so, I fell to the floor. And it was then that I knew that it was much more severe than a pinched nerve, or maybe it was a pinched nerve, but it was very serious. It was affecting my ability to walk, basically. So, I went to the hospital. I had my had him drop me off. And I said, you know, I don't want my newborn coming in with me. Just come back in a couple hours. I'll call you once I'm ready. And unfortunately, things progressed so quickly that within 12 hours of arriving at the hospital, I was completely paralyzed, breathing on a ventilator in the ICU. That's how quickly it came on. What? That's ventilator. I mean, I got the paralysis piece, but the ventilator, I mean, so the whole body was not functioning. This is not just the extremities. Yeah. So, basically, what happened? So, once I went into the hospital, I was lucky that I saw a doctor that he admitted, I don't know what's wrong with you, but I'm going to try and find somebody that might. He noted that I was very weak, and I was losing grip strength, and I was losing the ability to walk. And he brought down a neurologist to come meet me. And he had seen a case of GBS before. And he said, I think you have this rare disease called Guillain -Barre syndrome. And I remember just looking at him going like, I don't know what that is. I've never heard of that. Most people have never heard of GBS. And so, what it is, is it's a rare autoimmune disorder. And it's very similar to multiple sclerosis. So, a lot of people know what MS is. And MS is affecting basically the brain and the spinal cord. And GBS is very similar, but it basically affects the nerves in the body. And so, your immune system sees an attack on the body, and then it sends out your immune system to basically, you know, attack or fight whatever it sees. And the body then begins to attack itself in GBS. And so, that's what's happening to me. It started to attack the nerves. And basically, it stopped my body from being able to transmit signals and causing weakness and eventually paralysis. So, the paralysis for me spread so quickly. Within 72 hours of my very first symptom, it spread all the way up my diaphragm and affected my lungs and basically paralyzed my diaphragm. So, it affected my ability to breathe on my own. And so, that was when I was rushed to ICU, put a tube in my mouth, and basically, basically on my deathbed, not sure if I was going to survive.
'Crunch' time in debt ceiling talks, as McCarthy and Biden reach for a deal with deadline looming
"The International Monetary Fund's chief is comparing the standoff over America's looming default deadline to something out of a fairytale. Think Cinderella. Having to leave the ball exactly at midnight. And IMF managing director kristalina Gregg Eva says it's now the 12 hour. So before our cartage turns into a pumpkin, could we please get this soft? Gorgie Ava says the US Treasury market is the global financial systems anchor. The world economy, the ship on which we all travel is in choppy and even worse uncharted waters. Which would inevitably lead to contraction in both the U.S. and world economies. That would come as a shock upon shock upon shock. A self inflicted wound for economy still recovering from the pandemic and dealing with the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Washington.
Nigerian chef cooks nonstop for 100 hours to set new global record
"An Nigerian chef has set a new global record for the longest hours of nonstop cooking as she cooked for 100 hours surpassing the current record. At the cooking site in Lagos a countdown to Hilda bakke breaking the Guinness World Record. Bucky had been cooking since last Thursday when she set out to beat the 87 hours and 45 minutes, set in 2019 by a latter tondon and engine chef. Bakke had only 5 minute breaks every hour, or an accumulated one hour after a stretch of 12 hours for everything else from bathing to medical checkups and resting. The chef says it was just friends who'd prompted her to aim for a hundred hours. It wasn't anything out of the ordinary or just my friend pretty much talked me into it and psyched me to be like, you know, you can actually do hundred hours. Celebrations followed with supporters chanting Hilda, we want to party. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
Steve Deace on Walking With God and His Life-Changing Words
"Was saying Steve to you just now that yesterday I was going through a dark night of the soul, which is rare for me and I was being to a friend about it, he is really going through it. And it's just so interesting how the lord spoke to you in that hospital. Tell us more about that experience of walking with God and God speaking to you. I mean, I'm not wearing any shoes. I have been on my back basically for about 12 hours. And I just felt weightless. And I didn't want it to end, actually. I mean, I just, it just felt whole. It just felt on mission. It felt fulfilling. How else to describe it during these three hours, you're alone in the middle of the night in a hospital walking around and you just felt this unique presence with God. And anybody who's experienced that on any level, you don't, you never want it to end. You don't want it to end, and it does end. But you don't want it to end. You're in this kind of bubble of eternity with God, and you just want to keep going. But so the lord encouraged you. Tell us more about how he was encouraging you about not to give up, not to give to talk about that. I think we are losing hope because we have a sense that there's nothing we can do that God will not help us will not save us. Or won't save us the way that we want it that we want him to, that we're too far gone we're dealing with things that are overwhelming. And God made it very clear to me that he has given me prodigious gifts, but they're nothing. They're absolutely nothing. Compared to what he can do all on his own.
A Prayer to Have Faith During a Setback
"Then he said to me, this is what the lord says to rub able. It is not by force, nor by strength. But by my spirit, says the lord of heaven's armies. Zechariah four four 6. The garage door slowly rose. I pulled in with the car in park and shut the engine off. Sitting, staring, and sobbing. After a string of good days, the past 12 hours that felt like square one. I put myself on auto mode, walked into the house, placed my coffee on the counter, and stared at a chair. It seemed to be pulling me in for a good cry. And I listened. Loud, sad, cries of despair. As I fought to grip the hope of forward progress, I had felt in the last few days. Those cries said better, but any word count could. Setbacks are hard. Setbacks, snap us out of relief, and back into fight or flight. A setback can threaten our thought life to believe the progress was a mirage. Setbacks make it seem like God isn't really listening. Is it there or doesn't care? The verse from zachariah reminds us of our weakness and God's strength. Setbacks are hard, but they aren't permanent. Jesus is in it with us, compassionate towards our pain. But those experience a setback today. Let's pray. Father, today we feel stuck. Setback and discouraged. We come to you, perhaps without words at all, to describe our desperate need for you. God, you are faithful, full of mercy, and compassion towards us. When we hurt, we do so alongside a savior who understands how we feel. And is sympathetic to our pain. Oh, God, thank you for the friend. We have in Jesus. We are a master day father, yet you see us as the beautiful creation unit inside our mother's womb, but the specific purpose. And unique gifts. The perfect father, you are there for us in every way. Provider, healer, and defender, you love us fiercely. You're jealous for us. God, those setbacks aren't pleasant. We know you will pull us through them. Even though this one feels like it might take us out, we put our confidence in you. We choose to sit at your feet and cry out in desperation. To the only one, perfectly and completely understands our souls and cares for our hearts.
"12 hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A 12 hour strike at Laguardia airport on Sunday. The strike which ended at midnight was about pay raises, drivers criticized Uber for suing to block raises approved by the New York City taxi and limousine commission. Uber defended its decision, saying it has already implemented raises for drivers three times since 2020. The 6 victims killed in the 1993 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center were remembered on its 30th anniversary. A memorial service was held at the north pool of the 9 11 memorial and museum, New York mayor Eric Adams says the city stands as a symbol of the American Dream and a target for potential hateful acts like the 1993 bombing. New York was attacked. Because we are the symbol of that dream. This is American city. And we will continue to lift up that dream. More than 1000 people were injured in the 1993 attack when a van loaded with explosives was detonated below the north tower. Starting this morning full Long Island railroad service begins at Grand Central station, the MTA maintains there will be a 41% increase in service, while some are happy about the change, others worry their commute will be longer. And ignition issues scrub this morning SpaceX launch from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. We are standing down to do a T tab ground issue. Four men on board, including a Russian crew member, were to head to the International Space Station. Everything everywhere, all at once pulled in several awards at the screen actors guild ceremony on Sunday. Meanwhile, Sally Field won a sag lifetime achievement nod. I've been misses doubt fires employer Forrest Gump's mother, Lincoln's wife and Spider-Man's aunt. Sax ceremony was streamed on Netflix. Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries, Michael Barr, this is Bloomberg. They like her. Thank you, Michael. Almost 5 34 on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg sports that they brought to you by tri state audio with John stash hour. All right, and it's so much scoring all over the NBA Sacramento and the LA clippers just had that game that ended one 76 to one 75 and in Portland, the second 71 point game of the season, Donovan Mitchell had one for Cleveland, Damian Lillard matched him he made 13 three pointers the 71 points by Mitchell and now Lillard tied to the 8th most in NBA history. Rough weekend for the NASCAR blown out in Chicago on Friday, they lost by 44 much closer in Atlanta where the hawks just named Quinn Snyder formerly with Utah their new coach Trae Young scored 34 hit the game winner at the
"12 hours" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"23rd way We're about 12 hours away Spurs at Memphis tonight against the Grizzlies. Loser. Go home, Traffic and weather think looks good this morning on to 81 north, bound between North East Loop before 10 and Luke 16 4 that is a six minute travel time. Traveling in the opposite direction. South bound to 81 between Stone of Parkway and I 35 That's currently a 15 minute travel time. Devon see any traffic problems called to one Oh 785 26 So one Michael Scott News Radio 1200 W Away, I CLOUDY, skies day tomorrow Friday. Still a chance of rain still under a flash flood Watch until one o'clock tomorrow for high today around 75 Tomorrow's high 82 83 degrees. And Friday 80 degrees 67 Hour Wook I. Well, it's 67 outside. Here in my studio. I think it's about 85. What is it down there in your neck of the woods? Jerry? Um, I think I'm or pushing 90. Really? Yeah, this little small closet. All this equipment, it's radiating heat. It's miserable. About 90 in here? Yeah. Somebody's supposed to be here around seven. That's what a year so we should have the A C up and running by Friday. Exactly. Wow. Yeah, Czwartacki, it's warm. We'll begin back in the day On the day this day, the 19th day of May. 15 36 King Henry, The eighth, had his second wife and Bolin.
"12 hours" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Tough only lose a couple more. So that's the thing you got one or two ways to look at this you can either look at it and go. Wow giants jags new york. If the jags are gonna get it the jets are going to be in the week. Two three. maybe they'll figure it out later So they could start three and they could start to one if they don't. Those act is an easy schedule. Perhaps the easiest part of their schedules right there to start the season. If you start you know one in one and two in those first aren't they're going to be in trouble already. We're going to be in that mode at the beginning of the season where it's like. Oh boy here we go again exactly and now after a slow start in vic fangio's first year he wasn't going to get fired. There was no chance he was going to get a full year. After last year again. They weren't gonna move on from him this year. There is a chance that we could see and in season coaching movement. Especially if george peyton wants to give mike month check a shot to see what he can do or another guy on the staff. He wants to give them a shot this year. And then we could see a midseason move. George payton has no ties to vic fangio and this would be his third season. So i mean a slow start especially. Let's say the defense is is not performing up to standard especially against rookie quarterback's we could definitely see a move be made if it is one in three star and four star Or let's say that some. Try some tupper games coming down the stretch and the broncos or two and seven or something so the the start of this season this is great news for vic fangio although it is back to back road games to start he really couldn't have asked for a better start in terms of the opponent. You're right you couldn't ask for better start but it does put that pressure on you really which will be very interesting and again zach. I mean you you tell me man looking at the schedule here. How much to the schedule. Makers no i mean. I feel like. There's just like an old bunch of wizards like open an attic of the nfl room. Making the schedules How much do they really know. And if you're betting man after seeing this do you bet on on rogers to land in denver. Do you feel worse about it. I know i asked you this thirty times. A week does make me feel a little worse and and not that. That's what makes me feel worse about it but over these past. Couple of days grading They there's been a little more talk about the the packers being able to figure it out with aaron rodgers and offering him a huge contract and now aaron rodgers hasn't come out and said that he's happy with that now or anything but to me. There's just a little more momentum leaning that way so not just because of the schedule but for for those reasons. I feel a little worse about the broncos getting rodgers. Now that i'm reading tweets all over the place in reports is is rogers. He is is he there now as he in green bay. I am not sure about that. Seems like he's really all over right now and it seems like he's trying to mess with two people i think he is seeing tweets. All over i saw one guy. Just a fan dude. And he got like thousands of re tweets clicks. He marked out a map of where they think rogers is and then he put xs surrounding the circle. As far as. Here's all the places we need to block. So he can't leave and it's it's hilarious. I love. I don't know about you but i love when we get into. These watches aware. These coaches are going to go. It becomes a little ridiculous but it's fun it'd be it becomes fun ridiculous. A little creepy at times. I mean i. Of course the peyton manning watch this is what this is going to turn into. If rodgers keeps come into boulder come into denver And then for for green bay fans. I mean they. They're just freaking out any time he gets on a plane. No it's it's nuts man. i'm with you though. I don't feel. I don't feel fantastic about it at this point. Zack always appreciate it. We'll get the full schedule tonight. And then you. And i can break down the full thing. And maybe the way it's all placed colfax feel better about his his pretty much. Afc west winning. Thirteen km brock. Maybe she'll be good. Zach appreciates has always been absolutely for his sake. Aaron rodgers traded tonight. Maybe man maybe. So zach always. I love following you on twitter. And if you're broncos fans out there you gotta follow zach stevens appreciate you. We'll we'll reach out perhaps tomorrow. See if you have some time. Let's do a brady love being on time in zak stevens. Great guy guys growing telling you broncos fans are learning more more about our guys act stevens and what he's doing at dvr broncos he's he's the up and comer i don't even when calm up comer he's there but i'm telling you this guy is going to be breaking stories and doing all that all the time. It's going to be a norm for him. Zach stevens is tremendous thirteen wins. Colfax making funny man. Because i'm going twelve. So i'm not. It's not that far away but hey starting off with the giants the jets and then the or the jags and the jets three now. We're well on our way. Yeah three and i think you're going three and if you don't then vic fangio's in trouble on yeah we're blown the whole thing. Yeah yeah aaron rodgers is like this guy. Want to find this guy. The tweeted to larry's it's like. The rumors are rogers is close to lambofield. And he puts the map of lambofield up there and he puts all these red xs around every road. That leads away. The exits out of lambofield offices. Or whatever and puts. Xi's i figured if we can get thirty to thirty five people in tanks or whatever block these areas off we can basically keep him confined to that area until he decides to stay a packer. What about the possibility of a helicopter interest. Well that's i'm thinking broncos abroad a blue and orange swoop sudan today package fans field dude. I remember remember jim. Mcelwain issue football coach when it was rumored that he was going to leave and go to florida. And i love the colorado guys but they were in on this man. They were out. It is yard hiding behind trees seeing meeting with and stuff and it was hilarious. I just remember we all get a little silly when it comes to this stuff. Where's he going to go. I mean it's it's it's phenomenal. It's great all right nuggets. Get the big win last night over charlotte nother thirty point night for new coach. Michael porter jr. had thirty. I love about this. Puerto was asked if he was going to ask. Because there's three games left. They already clinched the fourth. That can do well they can do. I don't think they can do any better than three. They could get three two. You want three to stay where you are. Go go with the mavs. Puerto was asked. Are you gonna rest porter. Said joker eight reston. I rest in austin rivers was asked to in what he feels like. Wh- about this team. And he goes off like it came from the clippers. His own dad coached the clippers. And he's like. I been around environment like this. I've never seen a group of guys that are so selfless and working together to achieve one comical. This is a guy that was with the clippers and chris. Paul and doc rivers come into denver. Denver has something special twenty minutes after the hour. Let's take a short break when we come back. We're going to wrap up the show today can the rockies bounce back it was one nothing in the fifth and everything just went haywire there for tele and the bullpen. It was ugly. we'll We'll come back. It's the whole show powered by cdc energy..
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I don't think you would take much for him to get a more lucrative job offer because of people looking at what he's brought already. Yeah to greeley like. We just did the math. There's eleven games this upcoming season. I one against the buffs. Wow if they win that game game day. I'm out of here guys. Good luck everybody. They'll impact yet things. We're going man. I don't know. I think like a five hundred record. And so if you're what if you're six five you think that's it then he'll get a call and he's gone very 'cause i mean that's possible because it's more than just as wins. I mean it's his. you know. The addition of wins from what we've seen over the past. They've won three two in college. Juniors last three years three and seven to nine to ten. So i mean even. That would be a huge achievement. But that record. Alone with ed mccaffrey's name attached to star power is what's plus what in again. jason said. I wasn't out there. Saturday but saturday was felt like a little festival kind of deal. I saw some people on twitter saying we need to do this every year and make it like a compared to like a broncos training camp. It's fun and there's maybe they could get live music before the game and get the beer garden. I don't know what all the rules are there but make it a hell of a thing then. I mean capitalize on it while you can hopefully build tradition now. And then joe schmoe comes into coach this team and you have it But this is why they hired him. This was the reason they hired him. Does the baldwin stuff scare you at all that this came out. This news came out pretty much the day of or day before. Night before the scrimmage you fire your offensive or they move on the agree to part ways with your offensive coordinator. Not not really strange timing but it figured before a game. It'd be really bad. But it's a scrimmage practice base. it's basically practice against another team. I mean there's going to be more to it coming out the running backs coach or if it would have just been running backs coach. Okay but the guy that you have this great relationship with the you kind of more or less convinced to come out of retirement. If i'm understanding at all correctly so that's it all came down to is like like you said earlier it'd be was done pretty much a mutual thing. Maybe he was like only going to do it for a year man. And i want you to get through the scrimmage without me and again i'm painting it positively. Hey through the scrimmaging and see what and again. This is football. Scoop dot com. This is not confirmed from. Unc's camp. i will say this. This is not confirmed from the university of northern colorado. I tried to confirm. I was not denied. Necessarily i wasn't told yes or no. I was told more will come out. And then i got football scoop story and put in two and two together. So yeah that's what it would seem anyway. Power to play sports. Poll question of the day is which coach. Are you more excited to see. You gotta see karl dorrell. You gotta see steve adagio but both in shorten seasons who you more excited to see what they full real schedule. Steve adagio ed mccaffrey. Or carl durell. Honestly i think it does you. I think he has the most upside for his organization and he has the most. I think you're taking the football pick. I like that. I respect that. I'm taking the people magazine. Pick ed mccaffrey. Mccaffrey like texas said. No there's no doubt it has to be has to be coach. Karl durell the coach be most excited about his drill down in boulder. Unc's irrelevant go. Ask ed mccaffrey. They're they're not relevant suck next year but they got ed. Mccaffrey is their head coach. It's exciting for now. See continues to lose to fps schools. The pac twelve is among the very best. Let's go buffs. I mean. I'm down to be excited for carl rochelle. Yeah but as far as the drama for healing to me so all right. So you're you're going. Yeah man we are blowing through Breaks today my goodness. It's good news. It's big news got unc football. We're talking about here my goodness and it's exciting to talk about it not lover and his collins junior. But there is. There's a sexy factor surrounding the university of northern colorado. And it's not just christian. Mccaffrey we'll be right back to the live united thirteen ten thousand by texting. Kf all caps two two six nine eight nine. Give up to one hundred dollars and you could win a sign. Pair of terrell davis cleese thursday april. Twenty second the power trip weekdays at eleven and thirteen ten. Kfi kay haigh lender men's basketball coach at the university of wyoming cowboys. And you're listening to the whole show on thirteen ten jfk. Well that. If if if dave baldwin's gone. I do wonder who's going to be offense coordinator. Did you just bring in another name. Are we going to see another bronco from two thousand and from nineteen ninety-seven and we'll see rod smith come in the offensive coordinator. I got this new. But it's the this former. Unc coach to lead gateway high school. Football good for coach. He's getting another job at the high school side of things gateway high school in aurora school announced on tuesday good for coach earnest collins. Junior man he. He's a great guy. I was hoping he'd land. Not you know. I'm not gonna knock it but i was hoping he'd lands somewhere as positions coach with another college team or something and get a chance to get an different environment. Who knows but hey got. He got the job at gateway so good luck to ernest college. Junior great guy. We've loved having him on on the program. And by the way. If you guys missed my chat with ed mccaffrey. From last week. It's available to whole show dot com. Go podcast scroll down. You shall find second hour coming up. Broncos talk nuggets talk. 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"You get you have a few options with that second and you and i've talked about the running back side of things to if he's there if najji harasses there you and i both like him. That's an interesting one work with the patriots as a dance partner on. That's an interesting one to me. Let me ask you this ac. This far as as far as going to pro days in these quarterbacks and some of these top players do you have a list. Exactly of how of who. All george payton's pro days. Where did he go exactly. I do let me pull it up. Who rice here. So he he has been on the field field level for trae. Land and north dakota's stay. He's been to south carolina's pro day. Where of course. Jc horn was a guy. He got to see in person who did very well. He was penn state's where you have mica parson. He.
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"Yes and we know jonah was running the show. He would certainly like the sound of that. After the super bowl fifty defense in what they. And that's going to be the the the hard challenge for george peyton and especially what plays into that hand. Even more brady it. I think the broncos can get the same caliber defense of player after a trade back kicking around eighteen. That they can at nine now. It may not be the exact vision. Maybe you're not going You know. Mike parsons but you could get jay okay. Who may actually be better suited inside. Linebacker michael parsons especially with the broncos. One ferman you probably get that at eighteen and then you get that plus an additional first round pick for next year or you pick up two seconds in order to move back that could be george. Peyton dream scenario right there especially. Let's say and from what i've heard. The broncos Really really liked justin field. Well what if he impresses the san francisco forty niners so much in the next coming weeks that the forty niners decide to go with justin field. And then really. There's no quarterback left that you like so not only you're not trading up for one but then they fall to nine and you're not really about that but let's say the patriots at fifteen or all about mack jones. If he's there at night you trade back with them. You got a great defensive player. Fifteen and you do what george paint love to get more draft capital. Steven jones is joining us from denver. Broncos zach this peyton manning is he still like somewhat close to the organization does he. Does he know. George peyton very well And if so what does him working with drew. Lock other than the fact that it's just good for drew lock and no matter what. His career ends up being denver. Wherever what what does that mean. Necessarily i think it shows it. Peyton believes in drew at least a little bit right. I mean if he had zero faith in him it probably wouldn't be multiple sessions of him. Working withdrew peyton is a guy that we talked about being busy for the next year. You know having something on his calendar and he was able to squeeze out time for drew. So you know. He has peyton manning's stamp of approval or at least to an extent right now not a surprise from everything we talk about. Drew and drew has all the physical tools and payton still is pretty close the organization you know as close as he can be for being a a truly guy but whenever he records things in denver..
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"Obvious. Connections one is that. Vaughn is kind of like big brother to myles garrett man that would not go to go to cleveland and von miller and myles garrett vaughn's never you know in his in his career you know since he kind of took over now you know as far as guys coming up through the ranks bradley chubs been good but imagine von played next to a guy like miles carrot. Man i mean would never be doubled as it opened up things for garrett to that could be crazy. That could absolutely be nuts. But i just don't know. I don't have gut feeling on. It are going to do this as a poll question. Who would you rather keep if it came down to it. And that's kareem jackson. Von miller keep kareem jackson. I mean he. I at one point last year i thought man. This guy's playing like the best best safety in the league. Von is not the best pass rusher in the league. at least based on what we've seen the last two years kareem. I would easily say he's top five right. I'm justin simmons and cream. Both might be top five. I just think that if you can lock up your safeties you know you have bryce callahan. Get get a good corner in the draft. Suddenly you're defensive backs or there. You could have an elite group of defensive backs but i mean if you can get them both and yeah. Yvonne can play that high level then. It's worth the price it's worth it to. Just pick up that option and go. But i just i don't get a real. I don't have a real strong sense of what denver's going to do here. And just looking at their free agency situation. I mean the guys. They have to lock up. If they do up kareem. And they lock. Vaughn than yeah. You can pretty much guarantee they're not gonna get too aggressive on the free agent side of things so that'll be. That'll be interesting boy. This melvin gordon. Thing is is kind of crazy. You have some of the clips colfax. So this is when he was pulled over right he was pulled over. And this is basically. Melvin talking to the police. You could tell he freaked out. He doesn't want the story to get out here here. It is gone fast registration. Please thank you. We come from a you'll house okay. Are you going so fast together. They go going any faster and you can help your firm more gas and alcohol tonight a little bit a little bit. How much alcohol. What's not much just just one. Just one a pie discern from the. Get back you've been arrested for possible d. You ira the influence of apple last night. Too tired not good. Okay i've been doing. I know i can tell handcuff their colfax. And there's more into the video because he's basically saying. Hey i've never been in trouble in my life please. Is there a way to you know. I don't want to get out to the news. Because what did the cops say basically said you're not being like we're going to call sober driver. You won't have to spend the night in jail won't talks i think earlier on. He didn't wanna take a blood test or breathalyzer right. But he's like. I don't want to scout the news i don't want to together news in the cop said well. If you take a blood test right now We can get you a sober driver. And i promise you it won't get out in the news and then we wouldn't have to stay in january to stay in. You wouldn't have to go to detox right. Be summoned to court. You'd have a date right but his big thing. i don't even know if it was if throughout the clip. I didn't know jail was the biggest concern. He just didn't want it to get out into the news right so he did say one thing in that again. It's like a six minute video. Yeah the whole thing but he said one thing he's like. I'm fighting for my job. Here right philp plans. Yeah it's like it's talking about the running back. I caught that too cool where he said. I'm gonna i'm gonna job battle right now. Is this something like this battle with And it's like what are you doing this for that. You know it's weird because we didn't really see that we kind of figured it's happening. But based on his paycheck. And yeah the way. They've starting games. They definitely viewed it as a competition. Mike i mean some of them might have said philip. You could sense it to. I mean at the beginning of the season. Absolutely so what sounds like. Is gordon still gonna get get get off on this. How does that happen. i don't know he admits he was smell. It on and then well. We heard a report that he didn't take a blood test. Didn't take a breathalyzer right. But at the very end of that video. I didn't include it the very end. He's okay. I'll take a blood test. We got a report that that didn't happen so i have no idea. I don't know man. I've no idea. Hey i have no clue. It's bizarre dixon says brady. It's not all about rushing the path von vanni. So awesome at everything right. yes he is. He's awesome at everything he said. Chris brady rabbit hole observation. I did not have an i. O okay i did not. I did not put an eye in chefs out to come back to reality okay. That's that's pretty smart. He did say go. Go ch- chef or chefs go chefs so okay. There's a loophole there since we're going down the rabbit hole. There's a loophole. So we might let you out of that. We might let you out of that thirty two minutes after the hour. We're gonna get kevin lytle on the program. Let's talk about colorado state. Let's talk about this game tonight against utah state. I am so pumped. Even though it's going to be like nine fifty nine so espn says nine. Fifty nine is when the game one hundred. Ten o'clock we'll talk to Kevin lionel about that coming up next. I the latest on the local sports flash here mornings with gail weekdays. Six to nine and northern colorado's voice thirteen ten k. f. k. niko medved demands basketball coach of the colorado state rams. You're listening to the show. Thirteen ten ks k. Just thirty seven minutes after the hour. Welcome back to the show. This is the whole show powered by energy. If you guys want to text the show you can nine seven four seven eight. Thirteen o one. If you're new to the show tech's k. f. k. a. to that number joining us now on our i advantage hotline kevin lytle of the fort collins colorado and kevin maman some crazy stuff going on over there vegas with mountain west tournament. The rams get by though they survive and they have an absolutely huge game tonight against utah state. Exactly he just getting by last night. The final game was the big thing and obviously it was not easy for a few team. San diego state really really struggled with wyoming was pretty lucky to get out with a win And then obviously boise. State was taken down by. Nevada and boise state is probably out of the ncaa tournament now there a whole lot of mitigating factors Without especially as we're seeing teams Pull out of their conference tournaments with positive tests right now. That's all different thing but if you want an advanced Utah state one freehandedly over utah. V and as you suggest it's a pretty massive showdown tonight no question about it so kevin you you broke it all down for us in the colorado in but if the rams lose tonight and as you mentioned with teams dropping out and of course boise losing if the rams do lose today gets utah. State still have a decent shot right of of getting into march madness. The win last night means that sea you will be in the conversation on sunday Green much no matter what There's that did enough. That the rams will stay.
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"These mahomes has got the one. Okay that's great. And i think we're all gonna maybe agree. That mahomes is the better player. Like at this time and tom brady's career. Tom was really good. But mahomes is the unicorn guy. We talk about right. Brady just been steady eddie and very good every single year patrick mahomes. It's like michael jordan type. Talent here just stands out above. And beyond however tom brady finds ways to do it. And it's gonna take a long time to get there and he's going to have to probably beat him in the super bowl because now brady's not only got seven more six more super bowls than mahomes. It's crazy to say that out loud. But he beat him head to head. And that's what you're going to be measured in when it comes to this kind. This level of greatness mahomes better athlete at the end of the day. But when it'd be one thing if brady just had two more super bowls than mahomes then it's like okay. Well you know homes has one brady has three. But it's seven super bowls but that's the number. That six is the number where you just back away. There's really no argument. There's no way to argue that. Tom brady's the best of all time. There's just no way because it's loaded up greenacres basketball players have already had covert. I feel like most of the team was hit while back before the season when they had the shutdown. But i don't think it was publicized. Yeah i i would. I would wager just from my little birds out there colefax. I would wager that. Most of them had it or at least some kind of a symptom or something with colorado state. Hey if that's the case immunity might actually be part of our edge. This is like survival now like that's who we always used to say that about in the nba. It's really the team. That's healthier if you can stay healthy and get into the playoffs. Then you've got a shot to make some make some damage same with the nfl. This is basically. Don't get covert probably. They don't have to worry about because of their situation. I wonder what the number is going to be. How many teams more four right now. Not i events text line nine.
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"There's some former on in both, but I don't trust it. I have sheets wrapped around him and towels and then I actually after a truck to Jim when he told them the problem is when it goes below freezing for 12 hours or more. That's where the problems happen. And the problem is You need Ah, pocket of air around the Ah The Boston thing, OK, and so that's why we need a pocket of air that it's kind of sealed if you will. And so I have that. But I put another one of the perks and like I'm not going to get this happening in this weather, and it's going to be worse than we think. Multiply it times three and I'm not trying to scare you. I'm the antithesis of scaring people with this. In fact I to this day a mock idiots I work with and radio like 22 years ago. Who anytime would rain would go out? Get on the radio Go here that did get in a ditch. Now, this is not a drill. That's what happens when you work in a small market. On Do they spent 200 grand, some stupid weather thing, and they train us all expected to be weather people. You haven't idiot on on on top 40 year, whatever station yelling that on the air, doesn't it? But this time it's serious is far as I'm sticking with the National Weather Service highly discouraged travel Sunday and Monday. I'm telling you to wrap those those dang pipes outside, double rappel. Second of all, do not drip your faucet. Jim. Jim is a.
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"Linebacker as well that that certainly a possibility now interesting there for sure i i again i i. I'm looking at cornerback. Linebacker would be great too. I'm not going to argue either way. So with that. Being said cody and your conversation with the enwrap report as well. We're hearing different. Reports of the broncos might be front runners. Maybe they're one of the one of the teams that sean wants. Is there truth to that. And do you see. The broncos would actually be players in this well. He said that he wouldn't be surprised to denver. Did make a run at the shawn watson if he was available however the houston texans organization. Right now they are coming out and telling teams that is not available for trade. We're not trading him. You're wasting your time and so there. There is a legitimate chance that the shawn watson sits out this season. I mean i could see it possibly happening. Now it's gonna hurt him in the pocket book a little bit anytime you lose. Money is every day of houston texans. They're willing to be the they're willing to play strong on ball right here because just signed a massive extension. It's different than what they did with. Jj watt releasing today. Jj had one year left on his contract. In comparison to watson just signed a lot of money To his deal so it doesn't make too much sense for them to part ways with watson just yet they don't want to and more likely you're going to hold out and if worst comes to worst maybe appoint or houston says all right look. We're not getting anywhere. We're going to have to trade him But as of right now he's not available for trade and denver is not in on carson wentz according to interact for had told me here today. He says he doesn't get the sense at denver's involved in those talks on. However if a quarterback like russell wilson or the shawn watson were to be made available for trade he expect denver to call and inquire and potentially pursue. I'm i don't know if you've heard of the show. American pickers cody. But i'm wondering if this is houston saying hey what's the if denver calls and say okay. What's the i'm not going to trade him price and that and that seems like man. That could be incredible realistically. And i've talked about it but after seeing matthew stafford deal. What are we talking about here. If houston saying no then that leads me to believe that the price going up literally literally by the day. Yes it is and denver. See you start with three first round picks a couple of seconds maybe a third parting ways with players as well so apparently houston some young defensive players. Guys i can think of right now would be bradley. Chubb and dream on jones for the broncos. I don't think denver is at a point. They want to part ways with them. Von miller is up there in age probably choke was drafted to be the eventual successor. The sense opposite of him. They're not gonna trade those guys they. They really liked dream on jones. Who's become a very very under the radar player for the broncos in his last two seasons. you know denver would just essentially be parting ways to a too much. If you give up three first round picks you give up a couple of seconds. Just think about that. That's five players right there. That should be still. They could be starting it. Or they could be franchise building blocks that you're giving up for essentially just one player at the end of the day. I think it's too much. I think it's king's ransom and i am saying no. I tend to agree with you. My friend are going back to von miller. Justin simmons you're thinking Both those guys going to broncos uniforms next season. I do yes absolutely. I think there was some tracks into it. Ian rappaport when we talked today he said denver wants vaughn. Liberal back wants to be back in denver. now it's just a matter about negotiating the contract or obviously with a club option and potentially restructuring some of the money there but as of right now the expectation and the tracking. Is that denver. We'll be back with justice as an von miller in twenty twenty one i. that's good news on both sides. I mean i'd like stephen miller back ultimately same finished his career with the broncos. And like you said i'd like to see this bradley chubb. Von miller really really take hold. I feel like we. We haven't got to see that as best because bradley chubs injuries. And then of course von miller this year so excited to see it for one year back. I mean the fact that went probably a rookie. They were the top pass rushing to the nfl. We just got to see that yet. Under vic assistant managing editor get their back to the linebacker side. Cody as we talked about. Maybe the broncos are players in the free agents in the draft side of it maybe even as soon as nine or like you said maybe trade around and see what you can get but what about free agency. There's not a ton it doesn't seem like of inside linebackers that are going to be out there in the market. Not really i mean levante. Dave is going to be the most sought after candidate. But you know what he's more than likely going to end up packing a tampa bay. He wants to run it back to happen very strong defense. I imagine for them. Shaquille will not be back in tampa bay. He wants to get paid big time money. And i just don't think they can afford afforded but outside of that. Yeah denver's not going to be really in a mark in free agency in my opinion so really have an inside. Backer gonna give them the element that what we saw the denver broncos needing So i imagine that they're going to focus on in house guys like alexander johnson and then from that point they're going to look at the nfl draft but they also have a guy on roster that we haven't seen yet. But i'm telling people. Do not sleep on justin stern it. He is the guy that has the capability of being athletic insight. Backer he said a whole entire year to be in the position to the meeting rooms and also with the position coaches learning the defensive scheme and he's very cerebral regarding has the tools to be that so If denver believes they have a guy there sternad. You may see them. Just go best. Puerto available coach. Nfl draft outstanding stuff from you. Cody as always Who can we find that conversation that you had with the internet porn. What else do you have cook enforce that we can check out. Yeah absolutely so the interviewed and rappaport. It goes live on lockdown broncos for monday's episode. on your favorite podcast provider plus This evening i'm sitting down with broncos outside linebacker maleek reading. He'll also be on the show for next week as well. Now love it man. Great work appreciate all the hard work you put into these. And we're highly entertained by them and informed and we'll look to catch up with you down the road by friend. I appreciate you all. And cody roark of pro football network and talk to leak read how about that star studded cast their rapport and all. Those great insiders not happening man again. Thanks to cody for helping us clear that out. I know with a lot of news today. Saying the broncos might be there you willing to give up bradley chubb you willing to give up. Three first. round picks are willing to give up to around picks. You willing to give up a third round pick. That's a lot man that is a lot. You drafted chubb at number five just a few years ago and i just. I don't see it happening. 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"Under a winter weather advisory until tomorrow morning at 10 A.m. that may be extended throughout the day, depending on this next system headed our way. Let's focus on tonight. Tonight, Work looking at a nice dry spot here a dry break for the next I'd say about 6 to 12 hours. We are looking at a lot of moisture out there on the roads, though, and that could continue to freeze and become areas of solid black eyes. Watch for that tomorrow morning of very dangerous If you run into any black guys out on the roads were going to Track improving conditions through Tuesday afternoon. Once we get past this next round of potentially hazardous weather with one or two inches its way a winter weather advisories in effect before tomorrow, a 1 to 2 inches of new snow for your Monday Tuesday looks like we dry out of a blustery cold Tuesday afternoon wind chills in the twenties and we'll see low forties with sunshine on Wednesday. I check of our current temperatures right now. Dale City, 33. Degrees Ashburn, 29. Degrees and German town 29 degrees Briana. Thank you very much. 27 degrees outside our studios. Brought to you by mattress warehouse by with confidence with when your price guarantee only a mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com. It's 11 41, a local doctor is warning about the risk of shoveling your walkway. Dr. Warren Levy is a board certified cardiologists, he says shoveling snow can be exhausting and lead to heart attacks. The heavy wet snow is is a risk factor and you need to get out. And use a small shovel do small amounts of shoveling at a time. Be sure to dress warmly drink enough water, And if you're not feeling well at all, you need.
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"Good evening. I'm Brendan Hazleton. Here are the top stories we're following this hour, and they concerned the D C area forecast. White one. Yes, it may be time to find that snow shovel and salt could be in for our first measurable snow this weekend in a couple years Storm Team four meteorologist Mike Standiford has more on how much we might get and when all this might happen, this will be the first major snow across oration in a couple of years, and we are looking for snow to developed in the early morning hours of Sunday, and it will snow throughout the day on Sunday by the time the sun sets Sunday evening. I think I'll see 2 to 5 inches of snow across the region, and then we may see a change over to freezing. Rain are freezing drizzle for awhile, especially from the district southward. I think we'll see. Another round of snow, possibly mix of freezing rain on Monday is nearly full pressure forms off the coast and here to another 2 to 5 inches of snow is possible so travel will start to be tricky by early on Sunday. And it could be trickier all the way through Tuesday. We already have our first weather related announcement for Monday, Alexandria City, Public school buildings and grounds will be shut down. However, virtual learning will continue on a normal schedule. Be sure to check in with W T O p this weekend for updated information on whether closings and delays You can also find that information. A w t o p dot com Just search closings. Meantime, Metro says it's making service changes this weekend due to the expected winter storm. Starting Sunday, Metrobus will operate on a moderate snow service plan, so service on some routes will be suspended and detours will be in effect on selected routes to avoid hills and narrow streets. Writers are encouraged to check Metro's list of routes that operate under. I just said that didn't I? You'll find more information about Metro's weekend plans at W t o p dot com and ahead of the expected snowfall. There are some things you should do to make sure your car is ready before the flakes arrived. First and foremost the visual inspection of your vehicle. Fernando Martinez is a roadside assistance supervisor with Triple A in Northern Virginia, he says. First check the tires. Are they properly inflated? The correct pressure can be found in the inside of Driver's.
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"His second impeachment trial is still pretty much up in the air ABC. Cecilia Vega Love reports, Mr Trump's attorney and one of his top allies won't be defending him. His personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, spotted at the White House over the weekend. Said he was working on the case. But overnight Giuliani now telling ABC News he won't be on the president's legal team. After all, saying his role in the rally before the riot makes him a witness again. That was ABC. Cecilia Vega and a trial could begin as early as this Wednesday. Twitter going after another politician for spreading false information, Let's find out more from CBS is Matt Piper Twitter over the weekend temporarily suspended the account of Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Republican congressman from Georgia. Who's expressed racist views and support for Cuban on conspiracy theories online. The 46 year old businesswoman political newcomer was elected to represent Georgia's 14th district in November. She's gained large followings on social media, in part by posting incendiary videos and comments and is also embraced cute on the far right US conspiracy theory. A statement from our team on Sunday included Screenshots from Twitter, which appeared to show the company informing the Congress woman she had violated its rules and would be prohibited from interacting on Twitter for 12 hours. Matt Piper CBS News The Animal Rescue League Air L is Building a new 22,500 square foot facility in debt, um, to better carry out its mission. The animal Welfare organization was founded in 18 99 and broke ground on a $16.5 million project near its current dead and facility and hoping to complete it next fall. That building will feature a new garage for the organization's mobile medical outreach unit. Also a training center for animals and their caregivers and new Office space that will allow the organization to centralize its program managers in one location. Thea Organization.
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"My side already so they agree with one side and they just assume. I'm asking because i disagree with them. I asked the question because it's a question but no this is not a real question. I won't entertain it anymore alabama. Let me put it to bed for you. They could not beat the jets of the why because the jets and the jags have one hundred percent one hundred percent and fell professional players playing for their team. They're not going to algebra class. They still teach that. They're not going to underwater basket weaving. They're not going history iraq which actually was a cool cool class. My favorite one don't know how it really helped me. But i liked it so i'll take it. They're not doing that. Crap there are lifting and running and studying play books and living eating breathing football. And they're the best of the best so alabama might be the best of the best when it comes to college football. But how many guys on that roster right now or nfl guys five ten. I don't know well everybody on the roster for the. Jags isn't nfl player. Everybody on the roster for the jets as an nfl player tickets ridiculous. Do you ever just wanna see it though just to put it to bed. Do you ever just wish the. Nfl won't do this. This is the giant version of why does not like to play. Csu because see you has nothing to very little to gain and everything to lose if the nfl beats out if the jets beat alabama okay neat. We knew that was going to happen. If somehow and again some freaking how alabama pulls off the upset. What does that do for the nfl. It won't ever happen so you just need to take my word for a whole against alabama would not beat an nfl team. You might have a player or two on the roster and that could be better than a certain player but overall as a team no. It's just so much faster..
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"The twelve o'clock hour were happy tuesday northern colorado. This is top tuesday okay. Last week we had kind of a photo finish did we. Wasn't that the weird week. We we thought it was going to somebody else and pillow fight. Dan came up with the buzzer beater. Somehow got one. So here's how it stands now you guys know. The rules of top techs tuesday. We recharge it every time we crown winner and so in this current recharge. It's the first one to get to three victories. So you win three tuesdays. You get the prize. We have a denver. Broncos gift kind of a gift set there with a couple of broncos blankets got a couple of broncos hats a lot of good stuff in there man. It's a it's a great prize. I mean keep in mind. These are always in the hundreds hundred and fifty dollar value range. I mean this is good. Great things you're gonna want. If you're a sports fan we got pillow. Fight dan with one. We got east side. Chris grabbing want and the weld county swami has one at this stage so nobody can win today but you can certainly get closer. Few are new to the show and you want to get involved in top text. Tuesday you just got a text k f k tonight seven hundred four seven eight thirteen one fear part of the text club. And guess what you don't have to do anything and the current hogan's can attest to this. We don't send you garbage. We don't send you mailing lists or hey the shows we don't do any kind anything like that. So if you're hesitant as far as signing up for our text line don't let it be that east side. Chris already getting in the mix here as a top text winner which you have one day has he has his won a prize yet has he. But he has one a day. And that's still something like winning a playoff game but it's not the super bowl as a top texts winner still alive and going for the next challenge. Let the whole stirs began. That's good. He always has these unique. I like his new segment thinking about stealing that the whole in the What is it the. Oh the going down the rabbit hole rabbit hole the rabbit hole question. He side chris always brings that and i really appreciate that really like that. I have fun with that. So be encouraged by that. He said chris. You might have a spot in the hall of fame with that when you when you come up with stuff like that. That's how you find your virtual spot in the in the whole it you know. We have dixon in the dark corner. Throwing he's got the voodoo doll of john elway now and he's just token needles added it all day yet new bowling noobs.
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"Think What we know is that $600 was far insufficient for what people who are really struggling need, so I think we need to get more money to people. We passed the house. The $2000 checks way need to make sure that people can put food on the table. 10th district covers many of Chicago's northern suburbs. The Georgia Senate runoff elections are on Tuesday. Control of the Senate is at stake. His nation national political correspondent Dean Reynolds. Reynolds rather looks ahead. I think what we're gonna see Tuesday night is kind of similar to what we saw on election night in November with a lot of Republicans voting on the day and then Ah lot of mail in votes of together with early voting by Democrats. Reynolds says. Those mailing and early votes will be tallied after the votes are tallied on Election Day. Reynolds appearing on the Dean Richard Sunday morning show on WGN health officials, warning that if new cases of coronavirus continue to spike Would be a collapse of the health care system. Yours has had more than 100,000 covert hospitalizations for the last 32 days, setting a record on Thursday with more than 125,000 hospitalizations. Dr Anthony Fauci. In many areas of the country, the hospital beds of stretched people are running out of beds running out of trained personnel who are exhausted right now, that's real. That's not fake. That's real. Teenage girls seriously injured this morning following a shooting in Chicago's angle would neighborhood police say the 16 year old was walking to a friend's house and the 6300 block of South Morgan just after 3 A.m. when she heard shots and fell pain the girl reportedly sustained for gunshot wounds three striking her on the pelvic area. She was transported to ST Bernard Hospital and was listed in critical but stable condition. No one is in custody. Steve Brexton WGN knew could take another day to restore power in parts of northern Indiana, southwestern Michigan. After ice knocked down power lines, Indiana Michigan Power estimated 75% of the outages in the South Bend Elkhart area. Should be restored by late today. With the balance By Monday afternoon, there were 30,500 outages reported in the Utilities, Indiana Territory and 3300 and 50 in Michigan. Nipsco also reported around 19,000 households without power. 50 year old law blocking large gatherings in a northern Indiana county has been repealed. LaGrange County, Indiana Commissioner Dennis Kratz calls it the anti hippie ordinance. It was enacted in 1971 to deter large events like the 1969 Woodstock festival. It regulated large gatherings lasting more than 12 hours and involving over 500 people. The county repealed it and other outdated laws, some having been around for 100 years. Dave's one WGN News Love Institutes reads of Love program gives at risk Youth in Chicago Chance Learn job Skills, one also expressing their creativity. Kids within the program make the res which are then sold all over the city. Because that Nathan Wilburn is in charge of the program. We saw that there was a gap, young people just being able to be prepared for an entry level job. WGN Sports We've got Wildcats taking on Michigan tonight. Big 10 Basketball 6 15 is pregame tip off at 6 30 Bears are losing right now. 28 to 16 to Green Bay and S I U is losing to Drake 43. 32 in.