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AP News Radio
Caitlin Clark leads Iowa to first Final Four since 1993
"Caitlin Clark had the first 40 point triple double in March Madness history as the Iowa Hawkeye's advance to the final four with a 97 83 win over the Louisville Cardinals. Clark tallied 41 points 12 assists in ten rebounds and dominating the game. I pride myself in doing a lot of different things for this team. And this is probably the biggest game I played in, but I honestly felt it was one of the most common I've ever felt before a basketball game in my life. You know, I believed, and I visualized. McKenna Warnock added 17 points as the Hawkeye shot 54% from the field in the contest. Haley van left led Louisville with 27 points. I will be making his first trip to the final four since 1993. Jim Bernard, Seattle
The Charlie Kirk Show
Are All Banks Safe? Citizen Kane Weighs In
"About the bailouts a little bit because there's some weird stuff going on. Janet Yellen was in the Senate yesterday and she flatly refused to say that every bank in America is protected in the way that Silicon Valley bank is, meaning that deposits above 250,000 would be covered. Now, here's a little caveat, and I made sure to put this headline on CFP earlier in the week. In our history, since the FDIC was created, every single bank that has failed, depositors got a hundred cents on the dollar for uninsured deposits in every single case except for indie Mac. Any Mac failed in 2009, I think, along with Washington mutual and several of the others, and any so my point is, it's been a standard thing that we handle uninsured deposits. But SV bank is an outlier because 97% of their deposits were uninsured, right? And so banks generally are not that way. So, and I'll tell you one other thing that gave me some pause on this is, I feel like, look, if they don't bail out, if they don't generally take care of uninsured depositors, two things are going to happen. One when the maga bank fails, we know they're not going to take care of them, right? And number two, that it causes at a cause is all wealthy individuals in all corporations to leave regional banks, right? If you put a $1 million in a regional bank and it's essentially an unsecured loan to that bank above the two 50 limit, why would you do that? That's going to be second tier. If you can go into any of the two big to fail banks when you're in a deposit is absolutely safe. So it sort of creates this moral hazard. And I think that's what we've been, you know, I've had CNBC on all week and I'm a former trader and investment banker and I love this stuff and that's what the street is trying to figure out is are all banks safe, you
USDC Depegged? Close Call
"So Silicon Valley bank collapsed. So over the last week, a lot of things happen in secession. First, last week we were reported on silvergate starting to have some challenges. It ultimately collapsed when under. Shortly after you had this bank now go under, which was very unfortunate. Silicon Valley bank, which is host a lot of regular web two VCs. So of the amount of money that it had in its reserves, only about 3% are FDIC insured, which means that the $250,000 that the federal government ensures up to depositors, only 3% of those people were covered. So 97% had more than that amount in there, which was a huge news and kind of sent not only the traditional markets in a freefall, but also was a huge risk for USD C as it got depict because it came out that SVB is had a certain amount of USD C had a certain amount of their money in SVB. Roughly three $1 billion. So that caused USD C to the peg. And as soon as that started to happen, you saw the entire crypto market kind of going to freefall down. Over the last week. Now, as that happened over the weekend institutions like coinbase stopped all of USD C trading until Monday and what the FDIC happened, they came in and they restructured over the weekend and basically stopped the freefall that was happening about the traditional markets. And the crypto markets and got USD C in a stable place to where they no longer have that for $3 billion loss on books. They are now covered. And what you saw in response to that was an absolute short squeeze happened in the market.
The Doug Collins Podcast
Newsmax's John Bachman Shares a Memory of R.E.M.
"High school, Aryan was just getting started in Athens. Okay, the B-52s, you know, Ariana would just get started. And Michael saw it and the rest of them would play and you brought up this and I want you to emphasize this a little bit. 40 watt club. Georgia club. I mean, the not owl, which used to be out for country out there off of full 41 north. We're seeing and there's still all those scenes today. These new bands, these new, you know, that new music is coming out of. But Michael sobbing and they would do a buddy of mine, Steve McNeil, he used to go down and to Athens and they would play a set and then they'd sit out in the bar and just hang out with everybody. And that was another cool thing too about it is, you know, I never got the chance to see REM play at the 40 watt and one of those impromptu sets. But what I did see is a lot of members of REM and other bands, David schools, or Mike Mills, or maryam, just hanging out at the bars. And when I would go, I mean, I remember there was a brief period of time and I believe it was the summer of 2000 spring of 2000. I had gone to see a band called the old 97s at the 40 watt, and I was going up to the bar to grab a beer and I looked over and it's Mike Mills next to me and I kind of gave him a nod and a knowledge we was, he obviously had no idea who I was. And then a little while later, radiohead played a concert at Stone Mountain in a very small venue. It was amazing to be there. And I saw Mike Mills again, he kind of bumped into each other, and it was that sign, again, he didn't know who I was, but he knew that I knew who he was and we had both been too amazing concerts and brief period of time and he kind of gave me that sign of acknowledgment like, all right, kid. You obviously have good choice in music.
AP News Radio
Prostate cancer treatment can wait for most men, study finds
"A new study finds long-term evidence that actively monitoring localized prostate cancer, rather than taking action can be a safe option. British researchers studied 1600 patients with prostate cancer in the UK, who were randomly assigned surgery, radiation, or active monitoring. In all three groups, after 15 years, this survival rate was very high. 97%, regardless of the treatment option. Lead study author, doctor Freddie hamdi at the University of Oxford, says this is great news for men diagnosed with localized prostate cancer, and they shouldn't panic or rush a treatment decision. Others note those who can hold off on treatment can avoid the possible side effects of sexual difficulties or incontinence. I'm Jackie Quinn
Silicon Valley Bank Becomes Largest Failure Since 2008 Crisis
"For the purposes of our conversation today, the key dynamic in silvergate that we want to think about is this idea of a duration mismatch between short term deposits and long-term loans. It is also worth noting at this point that banks having that sort of duration mismatch isn't necessarily them acting badly. It is fundamentally what fractional reserve banking does. Joe wiesenthal from Bloomberg tweeted, every time a bank gets into trouble, people are like, they took short term deposits and made long-term loans. What were they thinking? As if that's not the business model of every bank ever. All of which gets us to Silicon Valley bank. For the TLDR in this situation, I'm going to turn to a great little explainer from investor Jamie quint. Jamie writes, in 2021, SVB saw a mass influx in deposits, which jumped from 62 billion or so at the end of 2019 to around a 190 billion at the end of 2021. As deposits grew SVB could not grow their loan book fast enough to generate the yield they wanted to see on this capital. As a result, they purchased a large amount over 80 billion in mortgage backed securities with these deposits for their hold to maturity portfolio. 97% of these mortgage backed securities were ten plus year duration, with a weighted average yield of 1.56%. The issue is that as the fed raised interest rates in 2022 and continued to do so through 2023, the value of SVB mortgage backed securities plummeted. This is because investors can now purchase long duration, quote unquote, risk free bonds from the fed at a 2.5 X higher yield. This is not a liquidity issue as long as SVB maintains their deposits. Since the securities will pay out more than they cost eventually. However, yesterday afternoon, SVB announced that they had sold 21 billion of their available for sales securities at a $1.8 billion loss, and were raising another 2.25 billion in equity in debt. This came as a surprise to investors who were under the impression that SVB had enough liquidity to avoid selling their AFS portfolio. So as you can see, here we again have the same structural problem faced by the assets in silver Gates portfolio. Those assets had unrealized losses because interest rate increases in the wider environment had made them less valuable relative to government bonds, which wouldn't have been an issue unless they were forced to sell, but boom, all of a sudden they were forced to sell.
"97" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"97 7, your information station. A critical medication to treat asthma and RSV is in short supply. Christopher Rowland discovering this for The Washington Post. He spoke with northwest news radio's television. Christopher, we're talking about albuterol, like you would find in a rescue inhaler, something that probably a lot of families have filled a prescription for at one time or another. Why is this drug in short supply? Yeah, this particular drug that we're talking about is actually liquid albuterol. And it's used most intensively in children's hospitals for use in nebulizers, but it's also used in a home nebulizer. So it's not so much the kind of inhaler that you'd have in your global compartment of your car or your pocketbook. But it's vitally in short supply right now. And it's an illustration of the fragility of our supply chain for generic pharmaceuticals. A single manufacturing plant in Illinois closed suddenly it's been in bankruptcy for a couple of years. They laid off like 900 people. And so suddenly, one of the only suppliers of this particular vital medicine is now out of business, closed, shut down. And these children's hospitals around the country are scrambling to find alternative supplies. You linked to the FDA shortage list in your report. I browsed through it a little bit. So albuterol joins various forms of amoxicillin, azithromycin, neomycin, epinephrine, lidocaine, ketamine, various diabetes, drugs. These are all really critical medications. What does it take to land on the FDA shortage list and then how difficult is it for a manufacturer to resolve that shortage? So
AP News Radio
Jokic's triple-double lifts Nuggets over Grizzlies 113-97
"The nuggets reminded one and all just who was best in the west were the one 13 to 97 pounding of the grizzlies. For Denver coach Michael Malone, the night merited two thumbs up. Goodwin did a lot of things that we talked about, keeping them out of transition, keeping out of the paint, and we did a really good job all the way around. So proud of our guys for winning the season series and more importantly, just getting another home went in front of a terrific home crowd. The nuggets were down by 11 in the first half, but pulled away in the fourth quarter to extend their Western Conference lead over Memphis to 6 full games. Bruce Morton, Denver
The Doug Collins Podcast
Rep. Greg Steube and Doug Unpack the Concept of Oversight
"Going to win with somebody already has their mind made up, but you can at least make points and one of the things I said is, you know, 97% of the FBI agents out there are just wanting to do their job. I remember when I was ranking member judiciary, I would get conversations with people all the time saying, hey, thanks for bringing us up. We're not the same as those who are in Washington, D.C.. We're out here trying to do our job. And we're getting this kind of crap roll downhill if you would from the comeys and the strokes and the bikers and all the mccabe to the rest. So I think it's very important to make that distinction. Because we've gotten into this determination and it sort of scary on both sides that oversight is a bad thing. And then whoever's in The White House, the party in the Congress to match that should go along with it. And the actual reality of the founders didn't see it that way. They saw it as maybe as a like mindedness, but not that Congress would give up its oversight role. Well, and I think that even democratic members of Congress need to look at this from a congressional perspective of checks and balances, we are not just a blank check, we are not just a check for The White House regardless of party affiliation. Over the years, Congress has ceded so much authority to The White House on simple things. I mean, now we have a White House that's forgiving student loans, private loans that are made in a contract that's made between somebody that wants to go to college. I mean, the overstep that we've seen in the executive, Republicans and Democrats should look at that as Congress has a role that the founders put in place to be a check in our three tiered system of government and we have to be able to exercise that oversight authority over The White House and stop seeding authority in power to The White House because that power should be in the Congress not in The White House.
AP News Radio
Zacha helps Bruins beat Oilers 3-2 for 7th straight win
"The bruins win their 7th in a row edging the oilers three to two, Pavel zacha scored the game winner with 30 seconds to go in the second period to help the bruins boost their point total to a league best 97. Connor McDavid scored both of Edmonton's goals to give him his first 50 goal season of his career. You know, I thought we played them hard and gave ourselves a chance to win. He achieved that feat in just 61 games. Dimitri orloff drew a pair of assists for Boston, which improved a three and O on its current four game West Coast swing. I'm Denny cop
AP News Radio
Rangers end 4-game slide with 5-2 win over Kings
"Rangers snapped a four game slide with a 5 to two win over Los Angeles, leading one to nothing. The range was killed off a 5 minute king's power play that carried into the second period. Soon after the penalty kill, Vincent Trojans scored twice within 97 seconds and the ranges maintained the lead. Playing with the latest huge in this league, obviously whenever you get up, give yourself the momentum. I have to worry about taking yourself a whole like we've been doing a little bit lately. The kings have gone 8 three and two in their last 13 games. The ranges did use only 16 of 18 skaters due to Rasta maintenance ahead of Friday's trade deadline. Mike mancuso, New York
The Dan Bongino Show
Steve Deace: COVID Jab Mandate Is the Worst Domestic Policy Initiative
"Steve do you think the jab is going to go down as one of the most significant public health debacles in modern history at this point I think it's the worst domestic policy initiative in my lifetime I think when you look at the clinical failure when you look at the post injection effects when you look at I mean Germany right now Dan is suffering through 40% higher excess deaths higher than it was at the worst waves of COVID even though almost every adult in that country's Chad Australia has 97 and a half percent of everyone over 16 jab excess deaths are worse there now than they were during the initial waves of COVID When you look at then this was also the injection point of unprecedented tyranny literally Booker revelation stuff Dan You couldn't buy or sell I mean you could have a job You couldn't have a job if you didn't take the jab okay This is the worst initiative Domestic initiative operation warp speed is the most damaging failure domestic policy failure in the country in my lifetime
The Charlie Kirk Show
What's the Matter With Golden Corral? With Raheem Kassam
"Joining us now is Raheem kassam, Rahim, welcome back to the program, lots of topics we can cover. The one in particular I want to start with is this The Daily Show creator freaks out over Greg gutfeld's ratings, but says the audiences growths and insults golden corral. I've always said golden corral is actually largely underrated, but that's a separate issue for a different time. Let's play cut 97 and I'll have you respond Rahim. Look, here's what I always say. He ain't funny to me, but we see that there's an audience out there for like that. There's an audience out there for like Joe Rogan. There's an audience out there of shitty people. If 70 however 70 million people voted for Trump, like Fox News, those people are gonna laugh at that we think is up. Is he funny? Not to me. But he makes jokes about shit that I care about, which is gross. I think that whole situation is gross. But there's a market for it. The bottom line is there's a market for it. You know what else is this gross golden corral? I give it 50 50 odds that Greg gutfeld does his show live from golden geralt corral tonight. But Raheem you're response. Yeah, you know, I put this up on the sub stack because I just thought it was one of these amazing kind of deplorables two. I suppose we're on to, you know, deplorables 10,000. Moments where you have this, it's amazing to me and I'm fascinated by, especially what you were talking about in the leading to this, you know, if somebody needs a bit of humility and a step away from their own narcissism, it's somebody like Liz Winstead. Who, as you say, co created The Daily Show, fancies herself as a comedian, has tried her hand at stand up. I will add not particularly successfully. But has the audacity that temerity to sneer at audiences who, as you say, and as she said, go to golden corral. Now I've never been to golden corral, but you can bet your bottom dollar. I will be going to golden corral after that anti endorsement by Liz Winston.
AP News Radio
Mitchell nets 29 as Cavs rally past Bulls, win streak hits 6
"The Cavaliers turned to 13 point third quarter deficit into a 97 89 win over the bulls. Cleveland crawled out of the hole with a 43 17 run that put the Cavs up by 13. Donovan Mitchell led the charge by scoring 19 of his 29 points in the second half. Jared Allen delivered 23 points in ten rebounds. We just had to give an effort. You know, why not try? Why not give your best go at it? And that's what we did. The Cavs earned their 6th straight win and improved to 24 and 6 at home. Zach lavine scored 23 points in Nikola vucevic added 14 with 14 rebounds for Chicago. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Miller scores 24, No. 3 Alabama races past Florida 97-69
"The third rate crips and tied never trail while dispatching the Gators Brandon Miller paces Alabama scoring 24 points as the crimson tide remain unbeaten in the SEC with a mark of 11 and O Colin castle that scores 29 points and grabs ten rebounds for the Gators who fall to 6 and 5 in conference play, Alabama connects on 15 three point shots.
Joe Biden Finally Brings up Fentanyl During SOTU
"Joe Biden at the state of confusion speech He's mentioned fentanyl for the first time Mister producer go Fentanyl is killing more than 70,000 Americans a year You got it So let's launch a major surge that's not fentanyl production in the sale and trafficking with more drug detection machines inspection cargo stop pills and powder at the border He acts like he's never been in government He acts like he's an outsider He's been in government forever He's been a senator forever he's been vice president 8 years He's probably a nice so let's inspect car Well then do it But as we know he's mister open border Mister producer go We now have a record number of personnel working to secure the border resting 8000 human smugglers seizing over 23,000 pounds of fentanyl in just the last several months We've launched a new border plan last month Unlawful migration from Cuba Haiti Nicaragua and Venezuela has come down 97% as a consequence of that But American border problems won't be fixed until Congress acts If we don't pass my comprehensive immigration reform at least pass my plan to provide the equipment and officers to secure the border And a pathway to citizenship for dreamers those on temporary status farm workers essential workers
AP News Radio
Knicks rally from 21 points down, beat 76ers 108-97
"The Knicks recovered from a slow start and knocked off the 76ers one O 8 to 97. Philly opened up a 21 point first quarter lead, but the Knicks fought back and outscored the 6 was 32 to 18 in the fourth quarter. Julius Randle, a few key baskets in the final minutes, he finished with 24 points. We got down early on our first quarter, but it's a long game, and we just took away chipped away and made a manageable house. You know, from era was just about. Nick's now 29 to 26, Philly fell to 34 and 18. Mike mancuso, New York
Abraclean Launches Singapores First Recycled Glass Abrasive Plant
"8 a.m. Monday, February 6th, 2023. Abra cleon launches Singapore's first recycled glass abrasive plant. Singapore, February 6th, 2023 ACN newswire minister for sustainability in the environment, miss grace fu, inaugurated aber blast Singapore pause first recycled glass abrasive manufacturing plant in everclean Asia Pacific PT LTD at 46 pioneer sector to Singapore 6 two 8 three 9 6. Present for the launch were germ it sing, chairman abra clan and colonel ret Lake sighing director from el Santiago and Deborah and Asia Pacific private LTD, germ it sing, chairman aber blast, minister grace fu and KS Lau, director abra clan at the launch of aber blas sabre blast is a proprietary and a registered trademark in Singapore. Holds a general waste disposal facility license issued by the national environment agency NEA to receive store, process or treat glass waste. The facility is licensed with a design capacity of 50 tons per day. We are a quote social enterprise squad moving towards building a circular economy gurmit Singh chairman abra cleon quips, quote sustainability is not just a vertical, but also a horizontal layer that cuts across various industries. We are supporting Singapore post circular economy to ensure we recycle the glass and put it to use without harming Gaia earth. We advocate for Singapore past zero waste master plan and believe this move will benefit the country such as contributing to raise recycling glass waste. We can process 40 ten daily approximately 1000 tons a month and 12,000 tons per year. This represents about 16 of glass waste generated in Singapore. By recycling glass in this way, we will save on energy and reduce the carbon footprint. With a zero waste solution we further aspire to lower the landfill burden dot cobalt abraca and Asia Pacific PT LTD incepted in the year 2017, abra clan is a one stop solution company for blasting encoding services. We partner with international brands of protective coatings to meet the standards of industry. The company has considerable experience in blasting and coding, corrosion protection by providing proper surface preparation and utilizing various coatings. Aber blasts represents our first step towards zero waste Bloomingdale PR PT LTD Ganesh somewhat she's 65 97 79 one two 8 6 Ganesh bloom and Jude PR dot com copyright 2023 ACN newswire. All rights reserved. WWW dot ACN newswire dot com.
The Officer Tatum Show
Supreme Court Unable to Identify Document Leaker
"Supreme Court Marshall investigation or investigating the league has to date been unable to identify a person responsible for the preponderance of responsible body preponderance of evidence according to the court, the leaked led to protests outside of justice's homes and conservative Justin are justice Brett Kavanaugh was targeted in an assassination attempt before the final decision was released on June the 24th, 2022. And after examining the court computer devices, networks, printers, and available call and text logs, investigators have found no forensic evidence indicating who disclosed the draft opinion. Investigations investigators interviewed 97 employees, all of whom denied sending the draft opinion to Politico, also according to the Marshals office. All of the interviews on an affidavit under the penalty of perjury stating that they did not share the draft opinion, officials said, if investigators later find, they lied, then the person would be subject to prosecution. Investigators continued to review and process some electronic data that had been collected in a few other inquiries remain pending.
"97" Discussed on KOMO
"97 7. You're information station. Overseas now to the Warren Ukraine and what appears to be another significant victory for Ukrainian forces, as Russian troops abandoned key cities in the east. ABC's Tom Sophie burridge joins us from Ukraine with the latest. Ukrainian forces on the advance. Here, soldiers raising their blue and yellow flag back in the city of Le Mans. It's a strategically important gain in the eastern Donbass for Ukrainian troops, an area which the Kremlin just claimed in an illegal land grab. But Ukrainian troops here now shouting glory. And taking down signs of Russian rule. Ukraine building on the huge gains it made in the northeast last month now breaking further east and recapturing Le Mans, a transport hub. Putin's key ambition to take Ukraine's entire Donbass region slipping away. Overnight, president zelensky saying the world will not return to times of colonial conquests and criminal annexations. And in newly liberated land in the east, evidence of Russia's alleged war crimes mounting again. Another horrific scene. Ukrainian prosecutors saying this civilian convoy fleeing the fighting this week was shelled by the Russians, killing 24 people, including 13 children and a pregnant woman. This survivor saying even after the shelling as they lay on the ground, they were fired at with guns. Now Ukraine's latest gains show that strong U.S. support for this country is working. But one major calculus right now is if Ukraine pushes Russia right back, could Putin resorts to nuclear weapons. The White House saying it is communicated privately to the Russians what the consequences of that would be, adding the U.S. has not currently seen any indication about the imminent use of nuclear weapons by the Russians. ABC News, Kyiv Ukraine. Now you're a political insights from ABC News. Justice katon G Brown Jackson made her first appearance on the Supreme Court bench Friday during her ceremonial investiture. The president, vice president, and their spouses attended the invitation only event for the first black woman on the Supreme Court. I have a seat at the table now and I'm ready to work. President Biden echoing much of the rest of the world when he learned Russia had grabbed a large part of Ukraine and claimed it as its own. The United States is never going to recognize this. And quite frankly, the world is not going to recognize it either. The U.S. now threatening economic sanctions against any nation recognizing what The White House calls the largest illegal land grab since World War II, a very quiet week ahead in Washington, actually an entire month. Congress is out till election day, with a lot on its plate, including passing another must pass spending bill by the middle of December. Those who are political insights, I'm Andy field, ABC News. Now to those questions over the timing of evacuation orders in Lee county, Florida, where nearly half of hurricane Ian's death occurred. ABC's rina Roy has more from Venice Florida. This morning as the death toll from hurricane Ian grows, so did questions about evacuation orders in hard hit Lee county, and if they should have come sooner to help save lives, local authorities under fire defending their decision to issue a mandatory evacuation Tuesday morning, instead of Monday, like some counties nearby. We went to bed Monday night, people were saying this is a direct hit on Tampa Bay worst case scenario for the state. As that track started to shift south and the computer models the next morning, they called for the evacuation, they opened their shelters, and they responded very quickly to the data. But as the storm shifted, Lee county is exactly where Ian made landfall Wednesday, and in the end, those communities were some of the hardest hit. New satellite images showing Fort Myers beach before the storm, and now the destruction that remains in its wake. Now I've lost everything. Everything my life saved
Purposeful Social Selling
"97" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"Yourself, have boundaries, get amazing results without it coming at such a great cost to you. So as you go about this week, I want you to look for little areas where you are telling yourself, let me just. Let me just answer this. Let me just pick up this. Let me do this little thing here. One thing here and just notice that it will add up over time. And I want you to check in with the story you tell yourself of why you think it's important to let me just in that moment. And if it's from a place of low belief, 99% of the time, the reason you are reaching for the phone, or for 5 minutes of work is because you are afraid. It's because you are anxious. Because you're afraid you might lose that sale, you're afraid a team member might ask you a question and you're not immediately available and the team member will be mad at you. And then they're going to quit fear. And you do not want to condition yourself to be somebody who operates in constant fear.
Purposeful Social Selling
"97" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"Two days off a week. And I'm just curious what stories your brain would offer you with you taking time off. Would you tell yourself I mean lazy? I'm being unproductive. My business is going to crash and burn. My team needs me. My team can't survive without me. There's going to be so many problems when I come back to work on Monday. Notice all these stories, and that's what they are. They are stories. That you keep choosing to believe over and over again, that allows for slight that permission for you to just, I'm just going to check in real quick. I know it's a Saturday and I know what the family day. Let me just do a little check in. Let me just dig little little here. Let me just hear, let me just hear it. Let me just hear. Now all compounds over time. And that is a breeding ground for burnout and resentment, period. So can you have compassion for yourself that there's still a small part of you? That's deeply afraid to rest because rest in your mind feels risky. Rest feels like it's going to cost you And I'm.
Purposeful Social Selling
"97" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"Your worthiness with how many work hours you have in a week. And some of you taking a step away from your business in a healthy way, listen, I'm not talking about like you checking out and not not building a business responsibly and having hello healthy systems. This is why you want amazing systems and processes in place and developing your leaders so that your business can run without you. And people are like, wait, that's not possible. It totally is possible. But here's the thing, I think what happens for a lot of people. Is when they're not working, and money is still coming in, worthiness starts coming up. Like, we're not worthy to receive this income. We're not working. Look at you. You're being lazy. You don't deserve the income. So when I see people do is people adding unnecessary work hours in order to feel worthy of their income, or in order to feel deserving of income. And that also anytime there's worthiness at play, it allows for hustle there too. Because also hustle is always about striving for worth instead of believing you have inherent worth. I talk about this in my book, and we'll probably release a little bit of this in a book teaser. But it's important you know that like if you were to take a break for a day, like literally have a day off in a really healthy way, not talking about checking out. Hear me not talking about checking out and walking away from your business because you're angry and mad and resentful. I'm talking about taking.
Purposeful Social Selling
"97" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"This is the work I teach my 6 figure earners and actually it part of this work happens in the academy as well because when you learn to do productive and effective work immediately and you stick to your work hours, it is amazing how much mental bandwidth that clears in your life. And the results you get. People think it's crazy. We think we need to work all the time. And I think sometimes that's where that's another form of micro hustle is like feeling like we need to be attached to our business, the majority of the time in order to feel worthy of our income. In order to feel worthy, and I was telling a mastermind member of this, who makes amazing money in her business. Amazing. She's living the dream. She's living the network marketing dream. She put in her time, she put in the work, she had a she built this beautiful financial asset, but she had so much guilt enjoying her residual income. She had so much guilt working less. And I had to tell her, I'm like, hello, this is the business model. This is the beauty of the business model. You've put in all the work and now it's time to reap some of the rewards. And she couldn't wrap her mind around it and I said, listen, nowhere else, do people have this guilt? If you were and this is why I love, I tell people the network marketing industry is like the stock market. You play it, you play the long game. As compounding interests over time, your work that you put in the front end, it compounds over time. And eventually it tips over into residual income and it keeps compounding. But you have to play the long game. So I told her I was like, listen, does anybody else feel guilty? If they make extremely smart investments, in the stock market, and then ten years later, they're living on dividends. Are they sitting there beating themselves up for living on dividends? No, 'cause they realize they made smart decisions early on. So it's the same with it's the same in this business model. It's like, but I think what comes up, especially for women, but I think it's culturally normal is we've tied. We're still, if you're still feeling like you need to be in your business all the time, you're still on some level believing you need to trade your time for dollars. But when you have leveraged income, it's different. You have to stop attaching.
Purposeful Social Selling
"97" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"And when you believe you have to be checking in on your business all the time, now you believe you have to mentally babysit your business all the time. And that my friend is exhausting. You are going to mentally burn yourself out. If you are obsessing about your business, 24/7. This is micro hustle. Some of you are like, we look at, okay, how many hours am I physically at my desk? Oh, I'm in my workspace. I'm in my workspace two hours a day, but then I'm going to ask you, okay, that's in your workspace. How many times throughout the day are you picking up your phone to do a little check in?.
Purposeful Social Selling
"97" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"My book is about so much about that. And so this idea of this micro hustle, again, it's the really sneaky areas that you wouldn't look at and assign as hustle. The hustle you might understand now if it's not, you know, the messaging and in your mind the spammy because that's not what it is. If you're like, well, it's not having boundaries around my work hours. Not overworking. It's not resting. It's lack of self care. Like, yes, those things. But micro micro hustle is how it shows up in small ways that compound over time, the damage over time. And some of you when you think of like burnout in your business and I always tell you, hustle will always equal burnout on some level. Emotional burnout, mental burnout, physical burnout. You could get sick from hustle. I literally talk about this in my book. I talk about what it does to your immune system. I talk about the psychology of hustle and what actually happens in your brain when your brain is hustling because hustle is like a neurological activity. And so this idea of micro hustles these little small areas where it's so easy to just dismiss it as harmless. No harm is being done, you can not see the immediate repercussions of the harm. Just like with micro quitting, I tell people like when you micro quit, you don't feel the immediate consequence of a micro quit, you see it over time, that a thousand small, very small inconsequential decisions that add up over time lead to really big results. That are not in your favor. You know, that's where you're like, oh, how did I end up here? Well, it's a thousand decisions that I thought were inconsequential at the time. It's the same with micro hustle. It's these tiny little tiny little areas that feel so harmless, but they compound over time. That eventually creates burnout in your business. That eventually creates problems later on. So it's important for you to be on to yourself..
"97" Discussed on Darknet Diaries
"House. We put a sign on our door that said we did not order pizza. Go away do not deliver. Here's the police case that we've filed and reference that if you need to some some people ignored it and rang anyway it was a nightmare more and more pizzas kept coming and then more people. Were getting harassed. It's now also coming to my ex wife and our kids lived in the same town but at a different address. Miles is not sure. This harasser got their information but he did not like this. It's one thing for adults to be involved. But as soon as my kids are involved it just it amplifies things massively and One of my kids has a disorder that that really amps him up so his fear factor just went through the roof and that was really uncomfortable. So i ask you again listener. What would you do now. You've called the police. You've acted like this hasn't bothered you and tried to ignore the harasser but now your kids ex wife parents and girlfriend are being harassed to. It's been four solid days of pizzas coming to your house all because you have an instagram account. That doesn't even have ten thousand followers. How much more harassment can you take and keep in mind. This is the third time someone has targeted you specifically to get control of your instagram account. So even if you fight this went off. There's inevitably going to be another during zaidi and anger and stress grows with every ring of the doorbell so i just gave up. I was done. I hate this. This is so sad and depressing that the harasser won this battle. This shouldn't work. Something should have saved him. I don't know security police instagram. The phone companies. The pizza places hate that. No one was there to help him fight this. And that he lost he lost because the harasser pushed him to his limit and there was no recourse. He had he got in touch with friend. He had a facebook and they helped him get in touch with the instagram team and he told the instagram team. Everything that happened. The pizza threats. And i told them i'm done. I don't like having a cool. Instagram handle is not worth it to me compared to the possibility of this being able to happen again and again and the un realistic expectation that. I'm going to expunge the internet of all of my personal details for this to not be able to happen in the future. He didn't want this person to have his instagram account so he was just going to get instagram to lock his account permanently. Some nobody could have it but this created a new problem. His harasser saw that his account was locked. That made him mad. He said okay. I'm gonna take your twitter handle now too. I can see that you got instagram involved. Losing his instagram account. That was something. Miles had already made up his mind on but he really wasn't ready to lose his own twitter account to so he got back control of his instagram account and was preparing to give it to his harasser. I was exhausted abs done. I'm ready to trade this end. I'm ready to just walk away. Miles figured out that if he stopped fighting give up his account and got instagram. To back off the hacker would leave his twitter account alone so we worked with instagram to move his account to a new handle not the short and sweet one that he used to have some long ugly one that way he could keep all his pictures and followers and dmz and whatever but then he would just give a freshly made new account his harasser and once he got everything moved around. He gave the password over to his harasser. He wanted this to be clean break and he didn't want to do anything more to upset his attacker. I mean i didn't care if the account got banned in a year. But i didn't want them to ban the count now and then him say oh. You got instagram to ban the account. I guess the pizza continues or swatted or worse. Grafters bank accounts steals money or wreck his life in some way. I didn't know how capable this individual was. I just didn't want to push the limit. I i wanted it to be done. So once. miles had the g. account cleared out a new password. Reached out to the hacker and when he message the guy he had a little request and just said listen this past route. I'm ready to give it to you. But do you mind if i dig in here with you a little bit. I wanna know why. Why did you do this. what's in it for you. How how how did you do it. And he said yeah sure we can go over right now and i said yeah. This is the third time your community has done this to me. And i'm tired. He said i never knew about the first. Two attempts police didn't give a fuck because it's basically only harassment unless they swat you says. Yeah you're in the magic middle where it's too weird for cops in too small for fbi. It's a sad reality. it's fascinating to me. He says it's a sad reality like he knows that this is a problem. It's a loophole. Man that is a sad reality confirmed miles already. Suspected the police couldn't help and the fbi probably won't help this kind of harassment flies under the radar miles texted with his bully for like a whole hour and talked about all kinds of stuff like that. Instagram handles are probably the highest value accounts followed by tick-tock. And that's why this guy was interested in miles instagram and not as twitter and there's other ways to harass people like sending taxis instead of pizzas or even prostitutes and miles even asked what's the best tv representation of this kind of and the attackers said. Oh you should watch. Mtv's true-life crime series. There's an episode called the five million dollar hack and it goes over. What sim swamping is pretty clear. But maybe the most surprising all miles found at this attacker works in tech. This guy works for a cyber security company and this is a hobby for him which was completely bizarre. Added does seem i. Do you think someone who worked in cybersecurity might spend their nights helping people not exploiting them or if they were going to exploit someone it should be some evil corporation or something. The little guy. He's telling me things that serve like what you would tell your friend. And he became really very a buddy buddy because the tone was getting friendlier. Miles decided to level with the guy. I said you realize this was extremely like this was very difficult. And i was put in a very difficult vulnerable position and he sort of laughed it off and said he hasn't it funny like how anxious people get as though he wasn't talking to somebody he had just done it too as they wrapped up this text thread miles. Who seems like a nice guy. Maybe too nice left on good terms with his person and said okay. Well i'm gonna give you this password. Hey and if you wanna keep in touch let me know. Like i'm always interested in continuing to learn more and frankly i am. I wanna learn i wanna be you know more adept.
"97" Discussed on Darknet Diaries
"Orders a pizza and make the same mistake over and over miles was convinced that this was an attack on him of some kind and was remembering all. These old sim swops happened in the past but who was doing it and why no one had reached out to him to demand anything. The last time he had a threat about his instagram handle was in two thousand. Nineteen a year and a half earlier so the next day he got in touch with the pizza companies to try to figure out what happened. We reached out to the management the next day. And you know all that they said is. It was an internet order that was placed using this phone number. And this address and your name not much to go on there. Just these orders were coming from miles in this chat with the pizza companies. Didn't help much because more pizzas started showing up later that day we received three or four more orders which they just had to turn all those deliveries away. And you should understand that none of these orders were prepaid. Every one of them was supposed to be paid when the pizza was delivered to the house. So all these pizza plays were really annoyed as well for making a pizza driving it out and then not getting paid for it and things kept getting worse. My girlfriend started getting phone calls from pizza. Companies saying hey we have a delivery for your address and it's for eleven forty five at night. Are you sure that this is you were saying lower. No that's not as we're not trying to order pizza at the end of the night now. They had girlfriends number and were harassing her and steal. Nobody was demanding anything from my else. There were no suspicious. Dm's tax our emails saying why any of this is happening. The fact that it was to my girlfriend not me started really wigging. Me out and this is when i knew my suspicions were confirmed that it was somebody trying to hack us. But we hadn't had any communication from any hacker at this point. The pizzas kept coming to his house for two whole days. My girlfriend's freaking out. This seems really weird. What's happening and the anxiety is going up. And then my parents text me and say hey son. Sorry we've got bad news. We just got a pizza delivery for you here at our house in colorado which his parents aren't even seem state of where miles lives. So did your parents pay for the pizza. No no they just they sent the pizza way and you know frankly like it was a strange feeling. 'cause it's pizza and it's cash on delivery so it's not like somebody's paying for this pizza right. oh they. can you do that still. I didn't know that was possible. Agreed i have no idea how this is a reality. This is a lot of wasted pizzas at this point and i wonder if anyone ever got to eat any of those so they all go to bed saturday night. Not sure what's going to happen but then sure enough the next day my girlfriend gets this text from a number that we don't recognize and it says. Tell your boyfriend to let go his instagram. Handle or the pizza doesn't stop. Miles is suspicions. Were confirmed this was all about his instagram. Handle the one with the animal name. You're just freaked out. Why is someone so interested in getting control of an instagram account with only nine thousand followers. Well this brings us to the world of og accounts oggi's dams original gangster. But it really just means that. These account handles are short and sweet. Like i was saying. His instagram account was a short animal. Name like owl shark elephant or turtle just a single common word and instagram handles. That are in high demand. People will sometimes pay good money for accounts like that. Imagine a company or influence our with that animal in their brand. They'd probably be more than happy to have a short and sweet username like that because it adds a little prestige like wow. How'd you get that account. And so when there's a demand for short user names like this in the world there's a marketplace for and one of these marketplaces is called g. users dot com. And you can go there and see all kinds of accounts for sale with cool names but this is not always the cleanest place people see. How certain accounts go for pretty good money and they try to obtain these accounts to sell them. I'm looking at the site right now. And there's an instagram account on there for sale for like a few thousand dollars so if someone could hack into a phone or an and take it over the conflicted on this site for pretty good money and so now you see whoever was harassing him was probably doing it to make money off his account. And that's all they cared about. But this case is strange to me because they weren't trying to hack his account or ticket over in any way because all his security measures held up so whoever this was resorted to bullying him and harassing him in hopes that he would give up his account to make the harassment. Go away on the outside. It seems like this just pizza. What's the big deal. But when you don't know what this person can access and there's just nothing i can do to make things. More stressful models had been researching this kind of harassment on the web. He was getting worried. What the harasser might do next with uncovered this sort of thing can lead to swatting and fire trucking which means the harasser can call the cops or the fire department here house. They might say something like oh. My neighbor's house is on fire. Please come and help or that. You're standing in the street waving a gun around threatening people. Speaking of the police miles did file a police report with local. Pd when he got on the phone with them. He filled them in on everything and told him that in the past has phone had been sim swapped a few times and now they're harassing him to try to get his instagram account. The police just said something like and you have this handle and it's worth money you know it was perplexing to them. Miles didn't think the local pd could do anything to help him. They just don't have resources to find a mysterious harasser who might be in another country but he wanted to get the whole thing noted on the record so i filed a report. They said there's really nothing that they can do. They suggested filing up report our at the fbi so he did that to you. Go through a specific cyber internet crime. Url in you fill a really long form. That i don't think does anything. I doubt anybody has seen it. All miles got was an auto reply. Email he never heard anything back from the fbi which made him feel like he was on his own. The police couldn't do anything in the fbi. Probably won't do anything. It wasn't like there were millions of dollars involved or there was any threat to national security. It was just harassment and bullying by pizza. I'm sure there. Are you know way bigger fish to fry. But that's where these particular genre of hackers can fly below the radar. So what would you do in this situation. Would you give up your og. Instagram account to make the pizza. Stop or would you say no way what's mine is mine. Go away. We've called the police and the fbi already miles and his girlfriend thought about this exact problem. They decided not to reply to their harasser. Which they're pretty sure was a guy and so on sunday she didn't write back and then he says okay. I guess the pizza continues and they weren't joking to the pizza. Keeps coming car. After car kept pulling up.
"97" Discussed on Darknet Diaries
"I think now might be a good time to tell you more about miles home life. He has kids that are older and he has an ex wife and he's currently living with his girlfriend in two thousand. Nineteen miles nightmare happened again. He looked at his phone and saw there was suddenly no service. The individual attempted assem hack. And i was able to intercept much more quickly because i knew what was happening this time and so i was on the phone with t. mobile immediately. He was on this so quick that nobody was able to hack into any of his accounts. But this time it was different this time whoever was trying to take over his phone was persistent and they started calling miles over and over but he didn't answer so then they started texting him a glee threats so they contacted me and began telling me things. Like if you don't release your instagram handle. Then we'll start going after your son. What does that mean. What is going after my son mean. Whoa whoa whoa. Release your instagram. Handle or will go after your son. I guess this makes it clear. What the motivation of this person is. They want his instagram. That was the main driver behind all this harassment and this swap. At least but of course no way no way would you or i am definitely not miles. Worthiness not going to give up our instagram handle. Because someone's threatening us over texts right shoot. That's person was showing miles. They know his sons mobile number was threatening to mess with it next. I was getting pretty upset and weak dow and trying not to relate back to them with threats or excitement but they kept pushing and kept telling me that they were going to go after my son and they were gonna make it really bad for me. I consider myself a a fairly strong willed person but this was this was terrifying and soon as somebody started bringing in family and my children it was a really terrifying feeling to have somebody attacking you in that kind of way. It was a mean harsh tactic but miles didn't caved these demands. Of course not he understands tack and security enough to know how to secure the phones in his whole family. But i kept pushing back and worked with t. mobile to to lock it down. My house was not only able to recover from the sim- swab attempt but made sure every phone in his account had a pin code note changes to his service could be done without it. I shut that down locked everything up and just kind of try to recover although his accounts get compromised this time. The scary threats drained miles. He also wondered how get to him this time because he switched phone providers and got a new phone number and he didn't give this phone number out to anyone who was interested in buying this handle so this attack just came out of nowhere. It figured that info like his new phone number was probably out there on the internet. A hacker just had to spend a little time figuring out what his real name is and then digging this stuff up because keeping your personal information off. The internet is really hard. Your stuff is scattered all over the place addresses employment history your family relationships and phone numbers once you have one piece of information. Then you get your secca and this is your second it becomes. Orders are magnitude easier to continue developing a profile and adding information mile stinks. That's what happened him. The hackers spent some time putting together a target profile then they were able to launch an informed social engineering attack on him. They're able to get a hold of t. mobile and manipulate their way in through. Either doing it in person or doing it over the phone and convince somebody to Change out the sem for them. It seems like this. It be possible especially since miles had all the extra security in his account but it still happened. The hacker might come up with some crazy story. Like i'm on vacation and lost my phone and since i'm away from home i don't have that pin code that i was supposed to have an eventually. The phone is gave in. It was probably being nice. Maybe empathetic and just said okay. We'll switch your phone because he didn't like getting hacked one thing. Miles looked into removing all his personal information off the internet. What i now know is the amount of work that would be necessary for me to expunge. The internet of my personal details is an enormous chore. And honestly probably something an a normal individual like me would have hard time doing. He's a guy who works in tech. He'd have to lock down social media accounts scrub through all the public records and websites and purges info from internet archives like the way back machine archive dot org even though it was a tedious endeavor. He still gave it a try. I had had some help removing some identifying information from cybersecurity expert sort of a friend of a friend and had done some work there to to remove some of that kind of available information. But it's a drop in the bucket. Still he felt better about his security. After the second hack he had an extra protections put in place on his phone account and got some of his info cleaned up from the web and he was using two factor authentication on all his social media accounts and for awhile always good and quiet the security measures that he put in place were holding no suspicious activity for awhile but then in early two thousand twenty one. Something happened that he didn't prepare for. It happened on a friday night. My girlfriend and i are sitting on the couch. It's like ten thirty at night getting close to being ready to head to bed and we had a knock on the door and we've got a couple of pizzas showing up and we didn't order pizza But the delivery guys like is this your name yes. Is this your address yes. Is this your phone number. Yes but doesn't old phone number that he stopped using after his phone. Got sim swapped a few years ago. Suddenly this pizza was super creepy. And i immediately thought okay. This is this is this is happening again. And this is some new schema. Miles tells the guy they're spending makes up. You're gonna have to tell your manager like we didn't order pizza and the guy was totally bewildered and went away and within about thirty minutes we had another order different company. Same thing and within another thirty minutes by about eleven thirty. Were already asleep in bed. Same thing what the heck is going on here. Three pizzas and one night that he did not order. Was this some kind of screw up. Like with someone accidentally putting his name and address down instead of their own when they were to order pizza. I thought maybe that happened. But then three in a row like who who's going to order three.
"97" Discussed on Darknet Diaries
"Your sim information. No i didn't you know and That was that was really unnerving. At that moment. Someone hacked his phone but how they do it inside. All phones is a little removable card with circuitry on it. These are called sim cards. And the sim card is. What activates your phone on the cellular network without your phone won't work and when you register your phone to sell provider you give them your sim card information and they'll tie that to your phone number and when you go to switch phones or if you lose your phone you've got to tell the cell provider to use this new phone with your phone number and so the phone number gets tied to that. New sim card. Well as you can see. This can be abused. Someone who wants your phone number can impersonate. You can call your mobile provider and say hey. I just got this new phone. Can you switch service to that. And if they're able to trick the mobile provider they just took over your phone number. But how bad would it be if someone took your phone number. Well really bad actually. Our phone numbers are often used as a backup recovery method or a way to identify us to start. What if you lose the password your email address. It's not like they can email you a recovery link or something since you can't read emails so often email providers will store your phone number in case you need to recover the password. They'll just send you a text to verify your identity because the e mail provider assumes only you will have access to that text well in this case someone. Sims walked miles as phone number over to there's and proceeded to a password recovery on his g mail account. They got the text confirming their identity and reset the password. And once you're in someone's email account it's all downhill from there. You can issue password resets on pretty much any other account. They have since still likely send you an email to change the password. They got into twitter got into instagram. They got into g mail. So obviously that's really disconcerting. Can you imagine how scary frustrating this must have felt to lose your phone number to be locked out of your email twitter and instagram. When you don't have any idea what's going on and you have been exposed to this world it's It's really unsettling you don't realize how critical your data can be to your sense of wellbeing and how easily you can be manipulated when somebody uses it. They tried his bank account to but couldn't get in which i guess is somewhat good news but actually this was my first so why someone would sim swab him to go after his money. Because something i've seen quite commonly criminals go after people who they know have a lot of bitcoin. Because if you can get into someone's bitcoin account you can quickly transfer everything out and there's no way to undo that the honey trucks the bees so like if someone is tweeting on social media but how many bitcoin or something then a social engineer could try to figure out their phone number and email address and stuff like that and then do a sim swat to take control of their phone number and take control of their email address and then find out if they're crypto currency is stored on an exchange. So maybe do a password recovery to get into the exchange and then emptied the whole wallet but miles here didn't have bitcoin. So that wasn't the motive for whoever hacked into his phone but miles was lucky because it was a web designer and socialized with other people in tech and had a few friends that worked at twitter and instagram. He reached out and asked if they could help him. They could see the logs. They could see how this happened and so they were able to reverse the direction of of what had happened since they knew miles personally they were able to turn back the clock on his accounts. They reset them to the way they were before the hack that was instagram and twitter. Though g mail was a little harder i was able to retrieve that but it took A lot of verification work and two or three days. Okay crisis averted. He was able to get everything back and his phone number. But it did take him a few days to sort this all out the big question there would be like what in my g mail. What if they take. Yeah that is a major concern. Think of all the stuff that comes through your email. Bank statements credit receipts per things. You've bought online taxes. Maybe the idea got miles as attention. There probably wasn't anything hyper private or that. I was terrified. They were going to have some business secret or some. You know bank details. That i can think of but the number of times that you just email somebody A password or something like that thinking oats behind google. That's fine and in that stuff is vulnerable realizing this miles did a couple of things to tighten up security. He started using a password manager. He switched cell phone carriers to a new number and with this new provider. He added extra security too. Because this happened so much that some mobile providers are now allowing you to make a pin code. This is a number that you must know in order to change anything on your mobile plan. You know i'm. I'm a designer. I'm relatively technical. You'd call me internet savvy. But i am not a developer and i'm not well-versed in cybersecurity. This whole experience has made me more so he felt more secure with this but was realistic at the same time. He knew that social engineering was the thing and the phone companies could still be vulnerable to someone trying to trick them. Somebody could convince somebody or somebody can have somebody on the inside or something like that. So you know there's some trouble there. Unfortunately for miles there was some trouble on the horizon. It seemed like this was happening because of that simple instagram twitter username that he had and someone else wanted that lots of people actually stay with us because after the break there's more trouble that comes his way support for this episode comes from leonod. I'm sure you've got ideas for a website or an app of some kind. It's time to make your idea a reality but to do that. You'll probably need a server something that's always on internet facing with just the right amount of resources to do the job you needed to do. Look no further than leno. lynn offer great virtual servers. Sweet cost it's simple to on leno. dot com. 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Lincoln has a special offer just for our audience. Go to blink. Dot com slash. Dark net to try your free seven-day trial and get twenty five percent off a bleakest premium membership. That's bleakest spelled b. l. i. n. k. is s. teeth blankets dot com slash dark net and get twenty five percent off and seventy free trial. Bleakest dot com slash dot net. This episode is a story about the dark stuff. That happened two miles. We've changed his name because he wants to be anonymous about this. I've been around for a while. been designing sites and products on the internet for about the last sixteen years. Back in two thousand five miles was fascinated with technology and the web and naturally was an early adopter to new sites like twitter. As part of that scene. You hear about things like what. Is this twitter thing. And why does this product so horrible. He joined twitter in two thousand eight. And yeah it was pretty different than seem idea. Just more clunky yet. How looked and was used but the thing is twitter only came out in two thousand seven so in two thousand eight. there weren't a crazy amount of users there yet which meant miles could pick a really simple username if he wanted to like. When i joined twitter i. I tried to register as jack. Because that's my name. But jack was already taken by the founder of twitter. Jack dorsey miles considered his first name as his username but that was taken so he tried to think of another username to pick at the time he was doing some web design how to certain animal in a lot of designs. I don't wanna say what animal but you can think like turtle or shark or elephant. Something like that. Miles was able to register for an account. That had simple animal name like that. So i was able to get a pretty cool handle and got known for that on twitter. It is cool having a short and sweet name your twitter account a common single word an animal that he really likes then. A couple of years later when instagram came out miles was again in early. Adopter getting on there. Before it became popular and again he was able to register the same simple animal name on instagram. Before you knew it. I had this name on twitter and skram and then i had it on dribble and lincoln and facebook at this point. He fully integrated this animal into his personal brand. He wasn't any kind of celebrity or influence or with millions of followers. But he did get over ten thousand followers on twitter and nine thousand followers instagram so he was invested in the handle and keeping it tied his online indentity and since it was short and sweet other people thought it was cool to some even wanted to buy it. I've been asked probably a hundred and fifty times. Maybe more through deums. Can i buy your handle. And that's just it. As more and more people join twitter and instagram. it becomes increasingly harder to find a cool handle to register. An animal as the handle was becoming more valuable over time. These people might have wanted it for their own brand or business. Maybe they just thought it was cool. I wanted to have it. It's a property like domain or anything else and so people are going to have all kinds of reasons but miles suspects a lot of these requests weren't legitimate and that people were trying to scam him out of his account act like buyers but then just take it and not give him any money. I suspect you know looking back that a lot of these conversations were for people who were fishing for information mostly. He told people no. He wasn't interested in selling his account. But this one time in two thousand sixteen. Someone sent him a private message through instagram. Offering to buy his account the way the conversation went. It seems pretty serious. He was at least interested in talking further and so he suggested will. Why don't we move this over to text. And so. I gave this person my phone number miles. Thought this was a good idea in the moment at least because it seemed like their interest was legit but instead of the deal moving forward over text. Something else happened within a matter of a couple of days. Suddenly my phone wasn't working. I had no phone service. He was driving in his car when he first noticed the little icon his phone. That shows the signal strength. Just said no service. He couldn't make a call. He couldn't get data over the network. It was like his phone had been disconnected. It was really bewildering at. I am not thinking. I've gotten hacked. I think something's wrong with my phone. So he drove home to figure out what was going on. He didn't have a landline anymore. So he just connected his phone to wifi and was able to message a friend. I generally think it's weird that we call these devices are phones because it's one of the least used apps on this device and yet when it disappears it was really unsettling to not quite have Flexibility i needed to get a hold of the people that i needed so that was interesting. Yes suddenly having a phone. That's only able to work on. Wi fi is weird. You're no longer able to get data or make calls when away from home or if there was an emergency when he was out she wouldn't be able to call for help either. He needed to get this fixed so he called up. At and t. his provider at the time. yes them. why does my.
"97" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"97% of the Mass of the atmosphere, like moves to the stuff in the atmosphere is within the 1st 30 kilometers. The geologists also claim space as geology as well. They're like, you know, I just keep going their atmospheres, geology, spaces, geology, Galaxies, archaeology when they say we are One with the universe. They mean it literally like the universe is just all part of the earth. We are one and that one is geology. You got below the surface and above the surface, and it's just two parts to the whole university. Yeah, No, it's it's all one big surface oil geologist, but it's actually quite interesting. There are lots of like a really fascinating layers to the atmosphere like you might imagine. As you go higher up the air gets thinner and thinner and colder and colder until you got out into space, and it's like super freezing. But actually, the temperature like varies and Gets hotter and colder and hotter and colder as you go up, really, depending on like the composition, or did you just get like pockets of stuff? And depending on the composition, they're all these fascinating layers like as you go up, you know you go above like Mount Everest, For example. Things get colder and colder and thinner and thinner. But then when you get to like this ozone layer things turn around and start to get hotter. You go past the stratosphere. Things actually start to get hotter and hotter and hotter, not quite back up to like surface levels. But you know, getting kind of warm before they turn around again and then get colder as you go through the maze of sphere, and then it turns around again, and it actually gets hotter and hotter as you go into space, right? Yeah, because I guess those are the layers that are absorbing a lot of the sunlight..
National Trust Podcast
"97" Discussed on National Trust Podcast
"Visit to see the house. One of his comes into the house. It can look as if nothing has changed between shows death in nineteen fifty and today however that's strictly not true shows gonna has had a couple of different situations. It's gone from being avis attraction with just three rooms downstairs open to then being turned into residential flats with tenants. When that happened all the furniture had to be put into storage and then again ideas change and it came back. As of history attraction wanna see morgan's greatest strength was a determination. Sue was determined to find out exactly where a lot the object came from and how they connected to shores the person shores a writer to try and make as authentic visit as possible. Sue took a couple of trips across to america to the university of austin texas where charlotte's who was an insurance wife. A lot of documents ended up there all the sorts of things that we might throw away in our own lives but can actually give us the detail of the day to day running of the house and the way that they built short corner to be what it is today. Sue turco was a short scholar. She's part of the show society and the international society taking over from someone as well established a su- must've been daunting but i guess taking on the role of house manager in twenty twenty one came with a number of daunting tasks that it wasn't much time to be phased i joined joe's corners the house manager at the beginning of twenty twenty one still in full pandemic mode. It's quite jarring having the property. Empty or the positives that came of the property being closed so light is one of the biggest damages to historical objects. They bleach word They bleach paintings textiles. Like literally almost burn a hole through a cop if left in direct sunlight so we have caps on how much light where allowed in certain rooms. Siping close free as meant that we've not damaged anything from light damage this year. We don't have to have the blinds open on the flip side is nice and dark and choir which is a perfect breeding ground from off somewhere doc. Somewhere nice and warm and a little bit humid so that there's some water and also somewhere nice and dusty. So that got nice yummy things to eat. They eat through the textile getting nutrients. From the dies they specially like pre chemical read dis What they're made of is other dead insects which gives them an extra boost of nutrients the particular type of moth that we have is called weapons. Close mall the worst thing. About women's clothes moth is they. Make these little cocoons out of this really sticky so of web stuff and they find like a nice little dot crease in outbreak. And then they make cocoon and they we've their cocoon almost into the fibers of the carpet. And they're incredibly difficult to get off without ripping giant holes in your textile. We have had damage on carpets. As well as a dressing gown of shows which is hanging up it can affect any type of textile so the method that we have chosen adt shows corner for this. Is the free storm third. We have a special low suction vacuum cleaner which start to get up. Some of the web's lava or dead moth is already on the carpet. Then we wrap them up as airtight as we can make them. And then we freeze everything at minimum minus twenty forty hours. Then we take out of the freezer for another forty eight hours. Let it thaw. And then we put it back in the freezer again for another forty eight hours and the strong fluctuation freezing authority and freezing and thouron helps to eradicate the past so none of the rooms have carpets in them at the moment. So the the good thing about that is that we now able to invite our visitors further into the room to get a brand new perspective so if we take the drawing room for example you could go in. Maybe two for and you'd always be looking at the room from the perspective of the doorway and then looking so of diagonally across everything and by not having a carpet. What we've been able to do is extend the visitor route so that you can walk down the length of the room into the center of the room in the drawing room there. Is this gorgeous portrait of charlotte over the top of the fireplace. It was one of shows favorite pieces. E- could now look square on to the fireplace and to charlotte's portrait above it. So it gives you completely different perspective. You are physically in the middle of the room looking at things in the same way that sure my have done and see the tiny little smile that charlotte has in her portray little salamander. That's running up the wall on one side. I really do hope people enjoy seeing things from that perspective. Because it's incredible..
National Trust Podcast
"97" Discussed on National Trust Podcast
"Absolute cherry garrard. Who went to paul with scott sitting around talking about all expiration. You know so many different things but you can imagine the kind of atmosphere but there was in this room can see. We've got some very interesting characters on the mantelpiece gandhi there. At the beginning he sets a good tone because of course he was like peaceful resistance. The next aginsky one of the earliest revolutionaries who ends up very unsavory job as chief of police in the soviet union lenin and then in short truly believed in socialism at the way to make the world a better place as did many intellectually time from the right. This is birthplace in sing street in dublin. And you'll recognize with whiskers on the right is all shore champion. Gibson's work. He is he was the first writer who put the personal on the stage of the the whole issue of new women and women's rights. That shaw was at what he was writing about in pigment. Well in all its place but pygmalion perhaps the most well known malian was about the flower girl who was selling flowers outside common garden. She was there when the opera turned out and the very rich country. Were waiting for taxis to go home. When the professor phonetics he gins over here and thinks her accent wonderful and makes his notes about it and then realizes that there's another phonetics expert standing right next to him and they have the bet that they will pass off as duchess within six months. It's absolutely hilarious. He wrote that play here. After sure died that was made into the musical. My fair lady which still is still performed all over the world today and in this box over here. If you'd like to put some gloves on this for us my goodness an oscar for writing screenplay of pygmalion and it looks quite worn as if it was well he used it as a dose of course show had little time for such nonsense. Yes yes let's go upstairs and have a look bedroom. What we have here is short bedroom and his charlotte's bedroom next all that does say something about their married life and their relationship certainly suggested that the marriage wasn't consummated. It was more about work and about the joining together to energies to create something. Really big and important that would change the world where charlotte was a suffrage est. A great benefactor and supporter of the arts was a very talented and busy and gifted women in in iran right. it's absolutely. She was the show library. London school of economics for example charlotte shores library. It's not burn chores so we can see how influence all over the place but yes she very much was the gate keeper in a sense while she was here to keep people away from shore in looking at who was getting close to him and then she also looked at writing out in typing up some of his scripts helping with his office work and things like that but they spoke a lot. You know they were very close. You can see that. Okay so now in a storeroom and he. We've got this wonderful birthday book which contains handwritten messages to short feinstein. It's an inch and a half thick with letters. From some of the great some of the truly great people not in the era of of the modern period rarity i mean combination with one from einstein. He had a huge influence beautiful. Think it's a celinda books. And there we have sort of force capsize. Leather bound book with the initials s in the front usually tooled. Blue leather with gold. On my goodness. You've opened it. George bernard shaw nineteen twenty five. There's us the nobel prize for literature. This was huge body of work. It's as in there that it has great humanity but also it's infused throughout great poetic peachy wonderful tour of house come out through sort of back door from the kitchen onto a law. Sure wanted to house to be left as a living shrine and one of the ways we do. That is through having outdoor fear to here. So in the background you can hear the actors prep into give their performance down to the cape if you like a declaration of independence with engines on jonas jonas cam perform it shores corner every year for the past ten years. My father's place by his own wish. Nobody could say a word to game star traveling together. Hi i'm laney sherman. Axa her lovely to have to actors here performing at shaw's corner the place where he wrote a lot of these words. What's what does it feel like for you. It's lovely it's really. It's such a peaceful place and to read his words and to to know that this is where we create them coming on stage through the porch here onto the terrorist. When you're performing in a play is always quite daunting because gandhi and all manner of people walk through that door there so you're following footsteps of giants and then you're coming onto perform the lines that he wrote upstairs or in there and you often feel like his spirit might be watching so you really feel the pressure to have a good performance when your insurance corner. It's a big responsibility. You have as an actor in getting into the current to. How'd you go about doing that. With shorts peculiar to shores characters found other savage. And i think that's what's wonderful also shoe often. We'll give you a massive description of physical description and yet restrictions are something to be saying really description. The audience are very receptive every year. I've been doing it here. And they they love it more and more even the obscure ones that they've never heard of because he's always relevant. We did the millionairess a good few years ago. Right in the middle of the banking crisis. One of the lines are open. Act to never put your money in a bank to which the audience laughed about five minutes. We had to really wait for them to come down. And that have every time in a short place..
Fantastic Worlds Podcast
"97" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast
"A it felt fantastic so i agree with you angel. I got an apple. Watch recently and one of the things that i like about. It is about four times. A day tells me to do breathing. Exercises doesn't tell me it says. Do you want to do breathing exercises. And i've started to do that and i found my day has been a little bit better since i do it The audience doesn't know this but usually at the beginning of every episode. I ask everybody to take a deep breath. Hold it and breathe out. Everybody usually laughs at me and makes fun of it. But i find it very helpful to kind of settle down my brain so i'm not talking ridiculously fast or excitedly can sometimes come off not great in a podcast recording but yeah it helps a lot. You know as as the resident mental health professional. I can i can actually offer insight as to why breathing is really important for senator in our bodies is because we actually like when we get stressed out. Our nervous system goes into sort of fight response mode or flight getaway mode or rephrase and like our breathing gets really shallow and rapid because we need more auction to oxygen to get to our blood and so we end up actually needing to slow down our breathing because our slowing down breathing actually will calm our heart rates and allow you to to kind of pause so even just like i think i do. Breathing exercises pretty regularly throughout the course of my days and in the course of about two or three minutes. I can usually calm myself from being like really stressed to being capable of of doing whatever i need to do next. If i'm being healthy otherwise they will dissociate like you said efi leg just Oh let me just not do my case notes instead. I will just play on my phone that that seems like a much easier thing to do in this moment. So i'm just gonna do. Yeah yeah it's a nice light question to start. Heidi off as being on interest right. It's funny you would ask that on the day that i am here catering also. I'm really glad our resident councillor. When i was younger. I used to actually stutter a lot more than i do. Now and the reason why i sometimes like have the little verbal tics now is because my mind is going a lot faster than i can produce out loud and so i like i have the verbal diarrhea sometimes or like i switch out letters or i switch out words really weird ways and that's one of the reasons why i gravitate towards the filler words like like like because it gives me that second a pause to actually be able to save what i want to say and so to recharge. Its definitely just a quiet time so i will either read a book or sometimes just lay in bed and just you know or go outside of just something that is myself silence and just doing things but i definitely try to incorporate the being thoughtful. We do mindfulness exercises like every single week at school at the school i work at and so i'm pretty aware of everything that's going on because we really push for the mental health awareness and mental health wellbeing of our students on campus Especially people of color on. It's very long way of saying that. I i do these things because my mind speak too fast for brain tongue. Outy sometimes thoughts too fast for mouth to catch up. You thought to casper mouth is is that on a t shirt back to. Yeah it's the it's the hyperactivity speaking of which i actually have had a very strange sort of lake evolving roll back of many mental health issues. I thought i had. I know that you never really just overcome them. They kind of it just goes in circles and is not to say you don't improve but it's more like the circle moves upward. But you're still going in that circle you know what i mean. I'm so very very familiar with. Ad works yeah. So i had like a massive anxiety attack last week and then after that i was not recovering thing like angels said you know giving myself the time to just lay there but i did that for like any second of the day possibly could which meant that. I was spending almost all of my time. Just literally just laying down and not in just brain off as much as i possibly could which is not good though because what i used to do as meditate meditate all the time i have stopped in recent years in that i think is taking its toll now when that happened and then i had one of these days where i'm still not sure if this is a normal thing that happens to me or not like for for my adhd. Or if there's something else going on. Because i had a day where i just completely lost control of myself for like four hours straight just unable to stop doing things i needed to compulsively like clean Certain things and i was not lucid for almost all of it. So i don't remember most of what i was doing And i i always come out of it. Very lake sweaty and freaked out in lake i. It's funny because the sum of the parts i remember are like if there is a loud noise. I will get so scared when. I'm like that like i was like. Oh cool league that level of reaction like a dog yeah and then immediately have to scrub the this right now. Like wild is going on is terrible and then yesterday and today i've just been filled with furious anxiety so i do need to probably meditate which is actually. I'm glad you asked this question because it reminds me that hey there did. That may be the thing that you're not doing that you used to do that was helping you so it's a good good little reminder and i just you know we've actually talked about this because we we have. We share a lot of things when it comes to that stuff. But for the. I'm a prodigious walker. That's how i do a lot of my. It's my thinking time. It's my time to get all that anxious energy out it's to the it wears me down so i actually get a good night's sleep and for the last two years about. I have not been able to walk all that much. Because because i've had injuries on my foot. That kept me and cass. So i've not been able to do the walking that i used to and may add for a while there. There was a pretty serious dip in my mental health for for a last six months i would say just because it was affecting me so much and that's be a thing that's happening with everyone with with corentin now too is like now you i. It's harder to do things like that activities like that. That are really helpful for you. Even still you know it's another layer of like adding that difficulty. Love going to the gym. And i can't go anymore. That was helping me a lot. You know that you could go swimming. I'm like where dr. Where can i go swimming right. Yeah where do you want me to go. First of all the public schools are closed. Now because it's winter. And i don't want to go to public school public pool when everybody's time so yeah it's definitely one of those catch twenty twos for this. This has been a bad season for mental health. I think all over the place. Yeah our usual avenues for coping aren't really open to us at the moment in a way. That's like easy and welcome to episode ninety seven. Everybody good times yes. Heidi welcome to hanging out with us for winter hiding. Hello hi says you all should know by now will be a primary character in are far beyond the stars but for the next couple episodes to get near in that episode one hundred. Can you guys believe that. We're almost one hundred episodes so surreal. That's yes and no. It feels like it's only been forty episodes.