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Ariana Grande is the highest paid The Voice coach
"Ariana grande is now if the highest paid coach ever to be on the voice. Let me give you all the dish. So arianna surprised everybody. When she announced she was joining the voice as a coach is going to be joining blake. Shelton john legend and kelly clarkson forsees in twenty one. She said that she's honored and excited to be joining. The voice family has been a huge fan of the show for a very long time. And you can't wait to go head to head with these incredible coaches and get to meet develop and no. Some new artists have fans will be excited to a does really melted down. She's going to be replacing. Nick jonas. This is a huge for the show an nbc. Let me just give you a few statistics here. Just you figure out how big ariana is on spotify. She's the most streamed artists of the deck. She has eighty two million followers on twitter. Which just is to give you. A comparison is almost double blake. John and kelly come bind myself. Says a telling me she's making the most of anybody on the show. Kelly at the moment makes the most she makes fifteen million dollars. They wanted to get her show. Particularly american idol was coming back. Very smart blake. Shelton ends around thirteen million dollars. Adam levine about the same member and miley. Cyrus was on the show. She got about thirteen million dollars to my sources. Tell me that they don't know the specific amount but they believe that ariana grande day could be getting twenty to twenty five million dollars a season which puts her on par. With what katy. Perry's getting at american idol.
"adam levine" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show
"Who's doing what. Sometimes it feels like it gets cluttered But as far as people you know. I think i don't know it's hard to answer it because there's so many people that on different levels are doing amazing stuff like obviously all of the nfl from spencer producers What the differences at this point. 'cause it seems like all the kids are on their laptops producing their own so like i don't know i think it's a hard question answer on china to make it on just curious because you know i spent some time with ryan tetter a few days ago. And here's a guy that's been doing for a long time and does a little bit of everything and has magic. You look at olympia. Rodriguez three and billie eilish one like you said there. I mean really really changing everything. Like by i if i had to like go up by to say someone now who dance your question. I have the ability because lego. She makes those records. You just make those records. There's no nope yeltsin Her and her bro. And that's like the way it is. Does he thin in a simple format. Yeah simple way it really. It's it's modern. It's kind of modern music in the purest possible. And i think that when you do that. That's kind of like the essence of right. Now you know yeah absolutely. All right. adam levine with Before we go. Let's talk about what they're doing. So this is the american express unstaged twenty twenty one global virtual performance. It's tuesday we have tickets to give to you. They're available at maroon. Five dot live dash now dot com. What are you gonna be doing. I'm so excited about this. This was a strange experiment that we did. Amex was awesome and they just like let us do our thing and gave us a lot of control over and stuff. That was fantastic. And i got together with sophie muller again who sophie directed. She's a legend. She's like a video directing legend maniac Some of the best videos ever she did and also some of our. I think our first video to video so this love. She directed she'll be left. She directed We got her to shoot it. We did a couple of videos with her including beautiful mistakes actually And she directed this thing may just i want her to shoot it because her visual aesthetic so beautiful and i'm so happy with how it turned out It was kind of a bit of an experiment because we played a live concert so we just played our songs written. But don't know people which is bizarre weird. Yeah and it was. I wanted to give. There's so much happening. Now there's so much stimulation. And i just wanted to build a really beautiful cool set playoff songs. It was very similar to the way we approach the super bowl. That was like there's a lot of fanfare and a lot of stuff in a lot of glitz and glam. And i think that we take pride in the fact that we're just a bunch of guys play music and that to me was an important thing to once again kind of reinstatement. So it's just us kicking ass and being abandoned being really loud. it's also do we. Do we see that maroon. Five dot live dash now dot com That's what they told you. You want to go to see this from your own the comfort of your own wherever you are on we have tickets right now your chance to watch virtual performance eight hundred five hundred to seven..
I Cant Afford One Bitcoin! What Can I Do?
"Bitcoin is hot. Stop amidst this current bull market. We've seen a rush of new users who like most new users have no what's going on and one question of particular comes up a whole lot that i wanted to talk about today. What do i do if i can't afford one bitcoin. I'm adam levine and this is speaking of bit point. Today's always i'm joined by the other host of the show. Andreas 'em and operas. Hello stephanie murphy. I am jonathan mahan. Hey thanks to all the hosts into you listener for sitting on today's session. So i was talking to some people new to the cryptocurrency space last week and they were talking about what they were looking at making the first coins and they said that bitcoin just cost too much that it was too expensive that even if they agreed with all of the fundamental values the changes that will happen in the world. How bitcoin is a hedge for that and that bitcoin was going to. Let's say three x or five x in the next ten years and they saw that is real that they just didn't feel like transferring their wealth into something that they would never have one that they would never have one bitcoin that even if they spent a decade doing everything they could they would only ever have less than one bitcoin as a failure state as something that like emotionally. They couldn't get past. And i started thinking about myself when i was in college. I learning about bitcoin. And honestly i don't know if bitcoin had hit thirty or forty thousand dollars instead of dollar if i could have seen it as something that i wanted to get into just because of that mountain cliff of believing in something but then feeling like a failure. Because you don't even have quote unquote one of it. What do you guys think about that. What do you think people should be thinking about when it comes to that. I think that's an important psychological marker that people check in with when they're thinking about do i wanna buy this. How much does it cost to buy. One of this thing and i mean the real solution to that is to reframe. You're thinking there's other units to measure bitcoin in lots of wallets denominate their balances in mila. Bits now which is one thousandth of a bitcoin and you can change that in the settings and so you know if you could afford one million. Bitcoin would you by that. What about wants to toshi. The units are actually quite arbitrary. And it doesn't help that. The news and everything reports the price in terms of one bitcoin but that is also kind of helpful for a very long term perspective to see that it went from being worth nothing up to you know nearly fifty thousand dollars. There's other things that exhibit similar behavior for example. Some stocks have extremely high unit prices. And of course you can buy fractions of them berkshire. Hathaway is a famous example of that other things that have this kind of tendency. Are things like precious metals. You know you don't say well. I'm not gonna invest in gold because i can't afford a whole kilogram bar. Well yeah i mean. You can't but that doesn't mean that you can't get an airing. It's still gold is just a different value. And the unifies works both ways so for example instead of saying why can't afford a bitcoin but i can't afford a bit which is millions of a bitcoin. You can't afford a bit and that has a nice name. It's not merely bitcoin. Which kind of makes it sounds like a bitcoin with too many feet. That's a bad greek joke. It's not a unit that has no relationship you could also just measuring soto. She's because we all know of course are the standard as i keep getting reminded and you could choose any arbitrary unit but you can also go the other way right. You could redefined for example. Ten bitcoin as a chad hike. Very few people can really afford to buy a whole chad. But could i buy one tenth of a chat of bitcoin or desi chavez. I prefer to call it it. Oh all of these things are completely arbitrary and you can torment yourself on way or rejoice the out there in a completely arbitrary way and this is the key here arbitrary. It's not rational to focus. On any specific unit and we have a word for things that humans do the deviate from rationality or norm and those are called cognitive by and this particular thing is called unit bias. It's of well known cognitive bias and is studied in psychology from a number of different perspectives. It's not just the. I want to own one bitcoin. It's also the if you give me a twenty four ounce cup of soda. I'm going to drink the whole thing. Just because it comes in that size even though i may be only wanted half of it or if you create a heaping plate of french fries or if you give me a giant bag of doritos i'm gonna finish everything. Unit biases be studied a lot in terms of portions for eating. Because it actually one of the things that drives a number of eating disorders because it's a cognitive bias. It's a bug in your ability to think rationally about certain situations and that bug can lead to behavior that is against your own self interest and so this is a normal thing to have unit bias and sometimes says expresses itself in hilarious ways like for example to jonathan's example of people saying well. I can't buy a whole bitcoin. you get the opposite. Which is people who bought into dosage and are looking at it at six cents going. Yeah we can get it to a dollar dollar while allowing me to answer that watson dollar. What you don't understand dear sir is that there are one hundred twenty nine does and they are produced at a rate of what is it. One point four million a day and so to get does to a dollar. It's total market capitalization would have to reach a hundred and thirty five billion dollars or basically where a theorem walls last week. Now i don't know how you measure the utility of does and even if you think cerium is shit. Coin will not that bad
Adam Levine has made up his mind on ever returning to 'The Voice'
"Levine isn't too keen on returning to the voice he was doing an instagram Q and A and a fan asked him if he'd come back to coach on the singing competition show, And Levin responded. Quote. No, thank you. The singer left his coaching duties on the voice last year after 16 seasons
Adam Levine has made up his mind on ever returning to 'The Voice'
"He's not returning to NBC's the voice any time soon. So he was doing an instagram Q and a session and animals asked if he would ever return as a host to the voice, and his response was no, thank you within explode with a question mark and then Adam was also asked if he missed his co host, Blake Shelton. And he jokingly responded Blake, who animals who live in left the voice after season 16. So he's not going to be doing that anytime soon. Bye bye bye.
"adam levine" Discussed on Z104
"Equal housing lender license in all 50 states in MLS number 30 30. She was born June 26 1993 and began her career in 2008 in the Broadway musical 13. She's allergic to Cats has eight dogs and is really Good vocal impressions and is 100% vegan. She loves horror movies and says she cannot get enough of them and has also performed at the White House. She cites Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey is some of her musical influences and says the first song she ever remember. Singing is somewhere over the Rainbow Days, Artists in the spotlight is Ariana Grande. Maroon five began in 1990. For while most of the members were still in high school bands. Original name was Cara's Flowers. After moving to New York Maroon five. Singer Adam Levine got a job working at the fast food chain Johnny Rockets. He quit after only two weeks and also dropped out of college to continue pursuing music. Adam Levine is also ambi Dextrous. He writes with his left hand but prefers his right hand for most other tasks, such as playing the guitar, not to mention Maroon five was banned from China after keyboardist Jesse Carmichael wished the Dalai Lama Tibet a happy birthday on Twitter. Did you know that the equivalent of a garbage trucks worth of plastic is dumped in the ocean every minute? £17.6 billion every year. Seabirds are dying after mistakenly eating it. I'm actor Sam Waterston, and I don't want to pollute our oceans every time I buy my groceries. Go out to eat or purchase a beverage. You deserve a plastic free choice. Join the campaign. Goto oceana dot org's slash plastics today. Artist.
Don't subscribe, delete!
"Labels all well working remotely. They've got a special offer for our listeners. So stay tuned after the show for more. So. We're all getting those every day. So many of them and we say, okay, we'll stop it. We'll stop these people by UNSUBSCRIBE. Ing Adam Levine was would actually beg to differ. He would tell you not to unsubscribe because that's exactly what they want you to do Adam Levine tell us all about it. Well, as you remember the unsubscribe button or link or whatever you WANNA call it is part of the can spam act, which was designed to limit the amount of spam that people would be getting and give them away to get rid of it unfortunately as with everything that we see online hackers have taken advantage of this and found ways to use this to put. malware onto people's computers for the purpose of either turning them into keystroke loggers, which means every time you log in to an account that information is being transmitted the hacker or as a way of putting a mouth, a ransomware on your computer which means then your files will be frozen and you will receive a note that says that if you wish to decrypt your files, get them back, you have to pay us in Bitcoin and will make the problem go away. So is your recommendation just delete the damn thing or ignore it I think that while most people have a tendency to delete the first couple of times, they have an absolute impulse to say I can't stand this anymore. Especially, if they're getting what appears to be politically mail from an opposing side or something, they find very offensive and as a result, they'll they'll click the unsubscribe button. Don't do it even if it's Legitimate and the UNSUBSCRIBE button safe. It's better to be safe than sorry. So therefore, what you should do is mark the message as spam and either block the sender or at least make sure that this thing will go to
People magazine names John Legend as 2019 Sexiest Man Alive
"The big reveal of John legend as people magazine's sexiest man alive came on the voice where he is a coach with Blake Shelton who got that honor in twenty seventeen and we're legend has replaced Adam Levine who got it in twenty thirteen Shelton presented legend was shorts that commemorate legends Emmy Grammy Oscar Tony and now sexiest man alive legend says he's finally impresses wife model Chrissy Teigen the kids not so much Teigen posted a video of their daughter asking to turn off
John Legend is People's Sexiest Man Alive
"Hot John legend named people's sexiest man alive and he's excited but a little scared he said there's a lot of pressure and I think it's funny how almost every male on the voice has been awarded this Blake Shelton former sexiest man alive Adam Levine for sexiest man alive you know they talk about all the awards and wine only thing that was missing was something of Blake and Adam both have people's sexiest man alive I'm effect is metal he's happy about it now or Carson Daly Carson Daly sexiest man alive while
Nick Jonas Set to Join The Voice as a Coach for Season 18
"I'm Nick Jonas is joining the voice for the show's upcoming eighteenth season this spring he joins returning coach is Kelly Clarkson John legend and Blake Shelton as well as Carson Daly on the NBC music competition series he's taking a spot that Adam Levine used to have so he performs at his brothers Kevin and Joe Jonas brothers in addition to performing solo and now this gig as
Adam Levine, Adam Sandler And Adam Sandlers discussed on Lori and Julia
"Now that he's off the voice Adam LeVine, has time to squeeze in a little side, gig and that would be playing Adam sandlers daughters, but mitzvah over the weekend, Adam Sandler was on Jimmy Kimmel, and he said he wanted to do something special for his thirteen year old daughter, Sadi's big day, so naturally as the stars. Do he texted Adam LeVine said, I'm sorry to do this, but my kids, getting but mitzvah, Saturday night. Which mean coming and singing a few tunes, it would be incredible, and Adam LeVine. Agreed he performed three songs with the band's lead guitarist James
"adam levine" Discussed on Pop Shop
"So Bruin fi was already a successful band before the voice Adam LeVine was a known entity for the voice as was Blake Shelton. Yeah. However, it the show raised his profile in the band's profile so much, and gave them this like burst of wind into their sales, and really gave them a different place in pop culture. Yeah. And the same thing happened to Blake Shelton. If you look on our charts the same the same sort of thing happened to Blake Blake was already an established country star, but he became a much bigger personality. Yeah. I mean so many people myself included had never even heard his name until he was announced, as of voice coach that I'm not I became a country fan after the voice premiered. And so I would have maybe known about him now. But, but I did not know anything about him until voice, I wonder, you know, how will this without this? Kind of almost constant weekly presence of Adam LeVine in millions of households. How will that impact their music now fortunes, you know, does this just give them more time to be a more traditional ban where they can have more time in the road or you know, I'm like, I don't know. I'm dying to find out what the rest of the dudes in the maroon five think. Well, yeah, I mean they just like the atom this is a cash cow stay with it. He's a dad to now. So like, he's, you know, like a combination of being a constant rockstar and a dad, the voice like gig probably took up a ton of his time. We'll and also it can take up a lot of your time away from being not just a dad, but also being a rock star. You know, you have to be on a set for those live shows for a certain number of weeks. Plus, you have to go and tape, all those, you know, sort of initial battle rounds or whatever they probably touring anytime. He's not shooting the anything exhaust. You have to you have to like you have to find twelve tour. Tour and tour in promotional duties, and like go on the road. And then come back to the voice and film, the voice, which is the same thing that happened. You know, obviously with the judge on American idol the same sort of drama. You know what L tap into animal Wien after the voice premiered, he was named people's sexiest man. Thanks to impart, the voice was, Blake Shelton people's sexiest after the voice, look at that. Not that would not have happened. Now, can you. I mean, we can name a lot of the other judges, Christina Aguilera, ceelo. Jennifer Hudson Gwen Stafani Shakira, usher, logic legend, Kelly Clarkson, most recently, we probably left out a few people. But I think we most mostly offshore by didn't. Okay. I think he was like one season he was really brief. But none of them have been able to replicate what Adam and Blake had. Yeah. And I don't know if it's because all of those artists were kind of at maybe different levels in their career already or because it happened from the start when it was like a such a phenomenon and like and then they have the continued through line of doing every single season. Weirdly, the I mean, the, the same kind of impact didn't really happen with ceelo and Christina Aguilera who are also the, the other two initial sees. In one when did forget you come out. Was it before the voice Bono dollar question?.
Adam Levine is leaving "The Voice" after 16 seasons
"Carson Daley just announced today show that after sixteen seasons. Adam LeVine is leaving the voice there was talk that would be coming back next season. But now it's official and Carson a lot of people are going to miss his frenemy relationship with Blake Shelton. But they do know who is going to take his chair. They've already announced it officially returning to the voice in Adam Levine's chair next season when Stephanie. Glennon Blake on there. Back and forth for sure.
"adam levine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Why they hate us, by the way, you're so. Right. That is why they despise so Giuliana renchik who is a good friend of mine. She might the Bill renchik won the appoint this used to be the ponding. She was on that show. Also Joan rivers the police, she was a belief or south. She was but she's don't chat Kanter. So she's Jason Kennedy and they're going over the pitch. Kate, Katy Perry will the hamburger. Because a little bit of therapy for five hundred dollars. So the goal of a lady Gaga topic. So this Kris Jenner. He don't she's worth eight hundred million dollars. That's eight hundred million Bernie, so she's got this wonderful outfit. And she's my kids and Kim. Keep it real. And I find myself remarking about every single person they show she looks like crap. He looks great. So then you shut up. Why do you have to remark? She goes who the hell made you what are you so perfect? Thank you. What what it's a free coat on. I the tell you, but I'm not known to be Brad Pitt. I'm not calling his prime better than some of. These people are allowed to make up survey. Shins my house these people. Spoil disgusting drill. But besides that the right about that likable. So then a commercial comes on and it occurred to me they used to watch this show will lead Asli used to talk about it with miss off the air 'cause you both loved it. And I stopped watching bull riding no poll riding the voice. So Adam LeVine has a mole. Look, I got news. I don't care. How many times he's won people magazine? Sexiest man he is not good looking enough to pull that off. He looks horrible. He looks he skinny age patient and his hand look stupid. So I'm like what? Your what is it? You're criticizing Adam LeVine. Yeah. I bet. By the way. Don't criticize play shouting, kind of pack. And then the worst of all then I realized bony why stopped watching the voice, you know, who's on that show. Let's see. Dave chappelle wrong. I could live with that. He thought single you've got Kelly Clarkson who lost weight. She looks quite here. I go again, Adam LeVine, Blake Shelton. And this guy. You talk about heating Donald Trump. He is right there with Bette midler would bother Streisand with who's the kid from who's the boss? Oh, listen Milan. Right. He may be worse than all of them. And he's married to some lady who I have no idea why people in this country. Think is so hot hot at all claim is Teagan Christie. John legend, John legend Christ in a million years. I'm watching the voice with that. Hateful. And again, I don't dislike Donald Trump that fine. But when you'll live in the light he's living making millions and millions of millions of dollars. You're running around pissed off angry chip on your shoulder. Shut up shut up. So it's only hate him too. And I'm not watching the both of them both of them. She's bed as his. She thinks he's no not supermodel excuse me. You ain't know Naomi Campbell sweetheart. He's a supermodel. Yeah. They consider her supermodel. Let's that's the way described. It's ridiculous. And he's but to put a guy like that on. I mean, look, and that's the risk. You take when you Wade into politics. So I mean, you know, so passionately. Yeah. You alienate people of you like Trump became watch the show. You just can't watch no way. You're almost the the little fat guy date rape women. What was his name? Ceelo. Exactly you are. You're almost better off. Of course. You are. Right. I mean, I don't know if you rape people accused cute. He was never rested never charged. He was never charged. Sure. Yeah. Yeah. Kelly's two awed. Kelly Cebu put on Kelly on now that would be an issue because he such a piece of God. Such guy who's gonna be we add up all the time. Chris brown. He's on the low life goals. Dirtbags do the same thing. Jill you watch TV in mock about how people look I don't I don't do that. Meal. I think to myself for hat. That's not you do say to me watching news. You'll be like she looks good horse. I was talking to again, Katy Perry and paid six with this hamburger outfit. I mean. I mean who does that appeal to besides Rosie O'Donnell? I mean, seriously, it's like a double whammy for Rosie. She she wants to eat, Katie. Of course, I make observations and comments. When you watching TV with Carol of not annoying. Yeah..
LTB#396 - Ma Freeze Peach!
"It It's may fifth twenty nineteen and this is so three hundred ninety six let's talk bitcoin. Hey, folks, I'm Adam LeVine. And on today's episode bledstock, bitcoin, I'm here with Stephanie Murphy. Hi, Jonathan Melhem Andreas Anson Opelousas. Hello. So today, we're going to be discussing a couple of topics. We'll kick things off with the technical topic. At least a little technical on recently launched for developers loop out for lightning. Then later will dip our toes into the latest fork of a four controversy with lawsuits delistings and other allegations long lots of drama to see if anything sticks thanks to all the hosts and listeners for sitting on discussion, so lightning all it's been a long time coming. I'm honestly getting a little bit excited about it at this point. Technology's always been really promising, but they're all these little details, which might be insignificant in the big picture. But which matter a lot for usability, especially usability for people like me and really for the usefulness of the system, which brings me to a new improvement enlightening called, Lou bowed. Specifically what we're gonna be talking about today? I'm gonna read a little bit from the blog dot, lightning engineering law. Doug from their post on this in a section entitled loop out tale of lightning pizza one day, a new company launches that selling on the lightning network called backgammon's. And it turns out that they're selling lots of pizza, but over time the capacity of backgammon's channels, get filled with the bitcoin they've received on lightning at which point. They're able to accept more payments. Backgammon can then use lube out to move funds out of lightning into a bitcoin wallet, cold storage or currency Vianna exchange. This emptying of the channel allows them to then receive more payments and continue the cycle of selling pizza and looping out again further when a merchant like backgammon first joins the lighting network. They can use loop out to get initial receiving capacity as well as a result new recipients on the network, no longer need to rely on others to open a channel for them before they're able to start receiving payments. So capacity is kind of always been an issue within the lightning upright. It's been one of the big question marks is that unlike with bitcoin, you'd can't necessarily send your entire. Balance in a single transaction. You have to instead kind of utilize the network in order to route from hop to hop and each of those different hops might have different capacity limits. This is clearly trying to tackle that Andreas. Can you help us understand a little better? What's going on here? The fundamental issue to on the fan hair is not so much capacity. It's rather the lightning channels are a symmetric. Meaning that when you have a channel there is a local balance, a remote balanced, the local balances, the balance of Santos, you have on your side of the channel. And that's the amount that you can send out from that channel either when you're routing or making a payment yourself, and the remote balance is the balance that can be sent to Hugh that the other party holds on the channel that can be sent to you. And that's sets the limit on how much incoming payments who can have. Now, imagine you're running a store as in this example, and you have a bunch of incoming channels. With balance on the remote end, and you need that. So that people can send you payments or route payments to you, and let's say your stores successful. And so people make payments in some of that remote balance becomes local balance. Most to your side of the channel, which means you earned it great. So your local balances increase. In fact, keeps happening eventually you're going to run out of remote balance all of the channel capacity is going to be on your ends because you've already received all of it. Now, you have two options one is to have other people create new channels or close channels reopen channels. So the problem is rebalancing channel rebalancing is the idea and the way to solve that is effectively an atomic swap between on chain Anoff chain funds, which is called the submarine swab, and that type of swap is while loopholes or lupin implements salute belt is built on top of the technology that we were talking about a couple of weeks ago called submarine sense. And so this is another layer effect. Built on top of that framework. Yeah. So here's a simple example. I've got all of the balance on my end the channel, and I want to rebalance without closing opening channels incurring on chain payments. So what I do is I need to find someone who's willing to take a lightning payment for me. And in return, send me bitcoin, essentially swapping off chain payments for an on chain payments and wall lightning labs will to for you through this service loop out now, I could simply trust someone kind of like an exchange right where I make a deposit through lightning, and they then allow me to make a withdrawal on chain and making on blockchain withdrawal. But the problem without this trust, right? Because if I simply send them the lightning payments, and then they don't give me a non chain bitcoin payments in return. I've lost my money. It's their custody. We're talking about finding that person who's going to provide the other side of the payment is that something where loop out is a mechanism that we both us together to coordinate. The fact that we wanna trade but don't trust each other. Or when I used loop out at my actually using it with lightning, for example. Is there a company in the background that's gonna be providing the sort of liquidity via loop out? Yeah. So Luke out is a product offered by a single company that provides these trust less submarine. Swap. So you can swap on chain for off chain vice versa. It is an implementation of submarine swaps which is affected the protocol, which is a series of steps you take. If you want to trust la- swap between on chain off chain funds and that has been implemented in a product that's called loop out or lightning loop. So loop out of product by specific company that uses the protocol that is of marine sons and other people can use this same kind of concepts of Tomic swaps between. Chains and off chain funds to do the same thing of the trick. Here is that it's trust. Louis. What does that mean that means that instead of you blindly sending a payment over lightning in hoping they give you a non chain payments? In return. What happens is that is they may contain payments, which is effectively in escrow the can only be unlocked by the invoice receipts of lightning payments. Meaning once they've put that on chain, you can only claim
Facebook left millions of passwords readable by employees
"Cybersecurity expert, Adam LeVine, says the revelation that Facebook left millions of user passwords readable to its employees. For years follows other mishaps by the social media giant just one more on the list of problems with his company faces especially when it comes to privacy and security Levin says it's ultimately up to the users to be responsible. The company says the passwords stored on internal companies servers where no outsiders could access them. Even so some privacy. Experts suggest that users changed their Facebook.
"adam levine" Discussed on Double Toasted
"It's because I'm fat. No one loves me because I'm fed. I can't get I can't get guys because I'm fat people mug me because. Was happening because the message is because you're fat. Because when when I'm muggy you're gonna fall. There's going to be funny. It. Plus, it's not tragedy. When it happens to a fat person. If I'm like, a skinny person people will feel sympathy. He'll chase me. Will laugh and I'll get away. That's funny. No comedy in that. Demo-? It doesn't help man. You know, they at work. She's got her sitting put her desk. I think they I think they did it on purpose. They put her desk right in front of a Bill boy with the most beautiful skin supermarkets Cassim. And also doesn't help you feel for either. When. That s Adam LeVine, right? Yeah. When Adam LeVine, they put they know we're not spoiling thing. You know, they make it very obvious that he's into. I mean, he's even saying, hey, why don't you? Go ahead with mom asked you out several times. And let's be Frank ain't nobody else. Come on. I get it. Because all he ever was a do is karaoke. And I hate care. Come on. I mean. You got to cut your losses. Doing it being real. I mean because adult bean is a handsome guy. And rebel Wilson. She's I think she's gorgeous member the whole weight against I think she's beautiful. But the other thing with rebel Wilson. I'm not a fan. I'm not a fan of her rambling comedy. In addition to the fat jokes that they have to force our into some of these movies. That's why did not like those those perfect perfect movies when he just started making her the brunt of all the they call her fat Amy crisis character as he makes references to it all the time. And yeah. Costly about a wait and falling in the rambling. And it's not just the overweight jokes, man. But it's also the rambling like I'm just gonna keep saying something class stumble on some funny. It's and follow some funny. Even because that's what they do at the beginning of the movie, man, they there's a there's about five minutes where they're talking about romantic comedies in the tropes of romantic comedies. And a lot of it is her just going on and on I didn't kiss. And then they go out. And it's not really then they hate me. And not only you just trying to donate until you make a face that makes the crowd laugh do something silly. That makes the crowd left. I kind of laughed at that point. I did not. I mean, that's cool. I'm that person. They're mad as fuck. Everything she's saying is true. It's true. But it's not just for her that I didn't like it. Yes. Haram bling gets to me a lot. And I did not like it. But for me, it was like, okay, you're setting up all the tropes that we are going to see that you're going to just put out for display for what you're saying that there was a better way to set that up other than just over explaining the obvious and that that kind of that annoy me a little bit because you have a high. You know, this is a high concept premise that you have right here. You know, when you got that make the best of in man, you know, don't don't don't just don't don't don't hand hole with don't don't explain you. Don't even say almost man splaine. But yeah. So it was too much of a setup. But I got an when it cross over into the romantic comedy part is like I like how the art direction isn't a semi tiger changes, man..
"adam levine" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Killed somebody made Creole love Olaf. I bet you didn't. When you went to go. See cocoa quit line. Don't you not only want to by? List? Okay. People in the chess on, but it's not Adam LeVine. Adam LeVine is with maroon five out of divine. Adam tell me that sorry 'cause I was. Yeah. I missed it. L D. He thought they separate. They've been here. The whole time. This is Adam LeVine. Got. Come on out of Levin at 'em out of divine, any divine still many who gives a fuck at this point. You know, who we talking about, you know, enough to correct? All right. Just feel good that you know. Let me see here. We got that is that doing Email and we out. Devon belle. What? So we both are happy death day to was decent flawed, but decent we have somebody here. Who I like to hear their opinion as come in and doing that? Yeah. Somebody wants to cut that bitch off for the film. You know, what one night one? Let me go ahead and call this man right here. This is Devon Belle. Devin, Bill, go, hang you. Call real quick. Hopefully, you're still up. I know. Took a while to day come on. Really? Hold on. Let me unplug admi. Replay it back and see if it keeps my Skype intact plugged in HD, my cable half the screen off, the Skype. So I couldn't get the dial pad, but it's back now because I'm spine. The problem. Nah. Just sometimes when it plugs. Plug it HD mcchord into the computer sometimes crops screen for some reason. It's a flaw technology. Go ahead. Thing is Adam LeVine. I was in myself. Please don't be the governor. See I'm always afraid of big eighty divine. Hold on talking about maroon five. Yeah. Set in and I am pleased on maroon right? What's you got out of? Right. I was like, yeah. Yeah. Okay. He. Actually did. I know but at the time. Got it. Right up to my head. He said, Adam. Yeah, he's right. He got fucked. Point. We're talking about Devon how you doing man. I'm good on divine, by the way, but it's Adam Devine. By the ballon, excuse me, devour accent somewhere, something divine. Sorry, mR devan. With a name..
"adam levine" Discussed on Double Toasted
"It's because I'm fat. No one loves me because I'm fed. I can't get I can't get guys because I'm fat people mug me because I'm fan. Was happening because the message is because your fat because when when I'm muggy you're gonna fall. There's going to be funny. It. Plus, it's not tragedy. When it happens to a fat person. If I'm like skinny person people will feel sympathy they'll chase me. And I'll get away. That's funny. Comedy in that. And you know, it doesn't help man. You know, they at work. She's got a sitting put her desk. I think they did it on purpose. They put her desk right in front of a Bill boy with the most beautiful skinniest supermarkets seem and also doesn't help you feel for either. When. That s Adam LeVine, right? Yeah. When Adam LeVine, they put they know we're not spoiling thing. You know, they make it very obvious that he's into. I mean, he's even saying, hey, why don't you? Go ahead with mom Asti out several times. And let's be Frank ain't nobody else. Come on. But I get it. Because all he ever was do is karaoke. And I hate care. Come on. I mean. You cut your boss. Doing it be real. I mean because Adam LeVine is a handsome guy. And rebel Wilson. Think. She's I think she's gourds hold Holdaway against I think she's beautiful. But the other thing with rebel Wilson. I'm not a fan. I'm not a fan of her rambling comedy. In addition to the fat jokes that they have to force her into some of these movies. That's why did not like those those are the perfect perfect movies. When he just started making her the brunt of all the her fat Amy crisis character as he makes references to it all the time. And yeah. Costly about a wait and falling in the rambling. And it's not just the overweight jokes, man. But it's also the rambling. I'm just gonna keep saying something class stumble on some funny trip and follow some funny. Even because that's what they do at the beginning of the movie, man, they there's a there's about five minutes where they're talking about romantic comedies in the tropes of romantic comedies. And a lot of it is going on and on all I didn't kiss. And then they go out. And it's not really then they hate me. And not only you just trying to doing this until you make a face that makes the crowd laugh do something silly. That makes the crowd left. I kind of laughed at that point. I did not. I mean, that's cool. I'm that person. They're mad as fuck. Everything she's saying is true. It's true. But it's not just for her that I didn't like it. Yes. Haram gets to me a lot. And I did not like it. But for me, it was like, okay, you're setting up all the tropes that we are going to see that you're going to just put out full display for what you're saying. I thought that there was a better way to set that up other than just over explaining the obvious and that that kind of that annoy me a little bit because you have a high. You know, this is the high concept premise that you have right here. You know, when you got that make the best of in man, you know, don't don't don't just don't don't don't hand hole with don't don't over explain sit. I didn't even say almost man spleen. But yeah. So it was too much of a setup. But I, you know, I got and when they cross over into the romantic comedy part is like a like how the art direction isn't a semi tiger changes, man..
"adam levine" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Baby. You don't need. Got for fashion player. I see. Sure, you're even sixty turnaround Pulu pull a maroon five and negative. Adam LeVine, but they went in Adam LeVine yesterday, man, they said he looked like anything from a nasty cash that people's curtains. Wearing a tank top with the these these these square on. Yeah. Yeah. And we bought the move onto the foolishness bonded. I I it got to feel bad. I feel bad for him. Because they say you like every item that you could buy target. Don't don't feel bad for Adam LeVine. Oh, he's he's good. They went like like, here's one right here. Somebody like this happened all night people just put in furniture and objects in. Excessiveness in front of the TV. Here's a girl said, why is he dressed like my pillow? Walmart peel Hoon. Oh in men it is start there. Because the moment that he the moment that he that he took the he took the took the tanked up off. Oh ages. I it just started like he took the taint up off because you hear people talking about him. And people said man, what are you like a ouija board? I you could count your grandmother up on. Because he had a shirt on. He took that the need thanked up on that. He's people went in. They said looked like a supposedly bay. Yeah. In the. Yeah. They they were talking about how unfair it was which I kind of get it. I mean, I understand why they didn't go in as hard on him like the FCC because we're in a society where male nipples don't hold they'll hold the same sexual context as female nipples. I get it. I mean, that's a societal thing. Maybe you know, if we changed that I'm cool with it. I I liked like to it. be walking around looking like memento, guess what they say. They said they said he's the he's looked like the guy from a mental. But the only thing he's trying to remember the way hit his jewel. Negligently? But yeah, man, they went in on him. But they say people mad because they say man, you get to have nipples all out the Janet Jackson. She just put one out there almost ruined her career. And she did it. Do it Justin. Well, look miss yet. Does she had a nipple ring on that? That was dressed for the occasion. Yeah. Come on. Yeah. That was bullshit. I mean, I I don't think that the FCC need to have a a national emergency about it. I mean, they. You. For that one. Yeah. One savage stop that nipple. Yes, sir. Okay. Mike. About the Queen. But what's the point of you trying to get all naked and stuff? Like that. Just like, I look he got his money. So I don't feel bad for him. But the shit's definitely backfired on them. It was not the best halftime show. I mean, look it wasn't a worse. Believe me they had been there have been harsh shows for the halftime show. It was one year. Disney got involved and had Mickey Mouse at the dance with a bunch of ice skaters. Al she it was embarrassing. So the worse, but it was a lame halftime show. According to people out there. It felt like maroon five is just somebody got at the last minute. And then he mixed them up with people like Travis, Scott and big boy from outcast. Singing old songs. Yeah. It just came because they were in Atlanta. I guess, but it was it was it was weird, man. It was it was like whoever they could get that just answered the phone. You know? Because they could get anybody for Super Bowl people don't wanna show up. None. I really because one thing the Super Bowl. I heard that. It doesn't pay all that much. It is a good marketing ause you. That's why they don't pay you a whole lot because the marketing itself, I mean, millions of people watching like you'll payment. I heard loud people did turned it down because the whole Colin Kaepernick thing and people, you know, still trying to keep the boycotting of was it NFL alive. So that's what it was because of Cardi B Cardi B cut down who else you turn on a who else. But I know she was like the bigger the one of the biggest headline is to turn it down. But it was just a big movement that a lot of the entertainers would doing..
"adam levine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"From secret teachings to talk more about this. We were talking about Travis Scott, his performance we were talking about how we'd reflected a little bit about lady Gaga performance when she was representing representation, always this falling star. And of course, when Travis did his performance, we see asteroids coming to the planet in ready to destroy the planet. We also back to Adam LeVine when he performed Adam LeVine took off his shirt. And that is what got the attention of the headlines, not the music, but the the shirt was taken off and in it on his body with all of these tattoos and people were saying, wow. What are the what's the is the tattoo? I saw the eye of providence, which many people claim to be claiming that it is the eye of the aluminum. And then of course, there was the TOPIX symbol, which is an Indian symbol of body mortification for penance. There was actually a monarch butterfly on his body, which some people would say, well, it's a monarch. You know, mental programming type of thing you had a lion on his body and on the back was the male seen or or the you. You saw the mermaid with a skull. There were at least two mermaids in the Super Bowl commercials. And he was connected to a lot of things connected to Minerva connected to. The day of brigid it'll honors the Celtic goddess of fire fertility midwifery and the young. And and of course, the Super Bowl is played during him oke or invoke. Halfway between the winner in springtime, and it certainly talks about when you're talking about mermaids. They are the eaters of men once again pushing this idea that men and toxic masculinity exist, and there was a lot of girl power commercials. Now when we go to maroon five represented, you look at Adam LeVine himself, he's kind of gender fluid type of guy not really all that masculine. And that's kind of you know, I think that's what they were going for these non masculine looking guys. But when maroon five took the stage, there was this wall of fire the shot up from the stage luminated this huge letter m which to the crowd like a huge w from behind and a lot of people don't know this. But the letter w itself is a symbol in an in Kabul. Ism Cabela's Catholicism. It's the emblematic symbol of the dark side of magic, and in magical terms that w is a sign of the clip off which is defined as the symbol of those who have died in the state of fear confusion and psych. It is also symbolism of the lower lives, the ones that were tempted by the demons the demons have taken over a civilization through pride and ego. And Ryan you were saying about Travis Scott's performance. He looked like he was performing in the pit of hell. Yes. That's right. And I wanted to relate once again that the mermaid relates directly to the city of Atlanta named after Atalanta or Artemis the Roman Diana a goddess in mythology of water and the moon, and also, and this is what I think's very significant goddess of childbirth. So if you play that through to what lady Gaga did as a falling star a few years ago and also at Travis Scott represented as a falling star as a meteorite coming through the opening the eight pointed star the heavens merging with the earth. And then appearing in this broken stage in a crater with flames one word came to my mind summoning, and they had Adam LeVine in a black platform, white circle. Like, a magic circle is I identify to the lady Gaga performance at the Grammys and identical to last year and Justin Timberlake performed on stage. Now what I think is the most significant plane that through even further. Is that you talk about the the is the thirteenth letter of the alphabet. It is a number of regenerate. And again, just like with Atalanta a number of rebirth. It signifies regeneration. You have the different ages of man, you have the gold age, the silver age the brass age and the iron age an age where men are wicked and are addicted to power and worshiping things that are powerful that brings about destruction and through destruction comes judgment and once more rebirth. Right. And if you play that through to the commercial, CLYDE, I noticed one thing I had to go back and watch it after the game. I noticed something during the halftime show that was kind of creepy to me throughout the commercials at the beginning of the Super Bowl commercials before the game started they had a commercial about WalMart, and they had Kitt from Knight rider there the black car with the red light when it speaks that looks kind of like how from space odyssey it kind of looks like the Terminator I, but it also looks like this Audi each Ron the GT Super Bowl commercial with the black car with the red light and the Mercer commercial from from these simply safe where that black cube with the triangle on top has the red line and says, I'm always listening now if you watched very carefully it only happens very in a split second. Maybe maybe a second maybe to the stadium goes black everything goes black. There are a few flames. And then they light up the digital display with a red line. So what I'm thinking CLYDE is all of that represents artificial intelligence of some forum. The falling star represents you can call it Lucifer, whatever you want in this case, it represents what? It has been summoned as Adam LeVine is on the magic circle. And in this case it relates. I think to what Elon Musk said with artificial intelligence. We are summoning the demon. Now, here's something interesting. You're bringing up you brought up the ages of the iron age the silver age. Okay. So let's talk about the clip off for a moment. Okay. The clip off is actually a symbol of the toxic society. When I'm talking about I'm talking about the inverted 'em or the w in the middle of the clip off was this juxtaposition of the letter v which of course is the number five from five. So you got the or the vob you got the clip off and each one either the vibe or the clip off itself equals a six. Okay. You look this up. This is true. The and the double v or w have the equivalent of six so you have six six now in the case of maroon five the represents the number five also represent the vob as it corresponds with mercury and Venus. Once again, we talk about Venus falling star again. Here we go. So this would mean that in one hand, we see the clip with with the equivalent of six double meaning six six in the representing another six or the V representing five CF six six six, of course. Then when the be appears in the midst of the clip off, you can also deduce that it represents what is known as the fifth age of man, you were talking about the ages the fifth age, man. And when you look at the ages of man, there are stages of human existence on the earth, according to Greek mythology and its subsequent Roman interpretation. The fifth age of man is allegedly at time where man falls away from the truth and is ruled by a tyrant or ruled by an anti Christ. So is called the age of psychosis. The great falling away or the. Great apostasy the rate falling into Christians. It's known as the age of the anti Christ. And we're looking at the fifth age, which we are supposed to be living in the fifth age. And you look at the Kabbalah and you look at it talks about a time for going in and coming out for war in eventual peace what's again, dying off and rebuilding again. So the time for destruction and a time for rebuilding the time of the six EON and the seventh return arrest. So we go to the sixth. We have the juxtaposition of the five or and the vibe or the six six six six the five being the fifth existence or the fifth age of man, the age of the anti Christ. And then we hearken back to Adam LeVine, Andy illustrated man, as the bradberry story again touches on the themes of the conflict of mechanics technology and the psychology of human beings psychology of civilization. And we read the book the man it also deals with how people deal with reality where they faced extinction, and what they have to rebuild the earth, and how technology. Can really do a number on people? And there's even stories about a move to Mars the earth ends, and we moved to Mars in some exodus. So when Travis Scott performed during the halftime show his entrance began with a scene of the huge asteroid falling through the sky as you said, and then this asteroid is heading towards the Mercedes Benz stadium. Now, I don't I don't know if you noticed in the sequence, and I saw some of the pictures that you sent you look at his asteroid heading towards the Mercedes Benz stadium. In atlanta. The stadium is illuminated with red in areas on the stadium. It looks like three red pyramids and his fire Iraq appears to be heading straight for those three pyramids. And then we see Travis Scott appear in in the fire expiry pit singing as he is in the lake of fire. So he actually looks like he's performing in hell with fire and brimstone. So I was thinking that perhaps what is being depicted? Here is maroon five is illustrating the fifth age with the clip off. Then we see the star of Lucifer falling to earth. And at Travis Scott represents the antichrist's in the lake of fire. Our that's just a theory. I mean, there's some symbolism straights. The inverted clipper through the six six six or you know, very subtle very effective. But I think that that's an amazing amazing research on your part. What else can you add to that? That reminds me of the Russian Orthodox church just a few weeks ago. The leader of the Russian Orthodox church said that technology in its current form. A included could bring about the anti Christ. I I'm thinking more and more CLYDE as I listened to you talk. And I'm looking at some of my handwritten notes here from the actual game and halftime performance that what this really is. Because I'm still formulated into this really is about summoning something it's about conjuring something, and that goes along with what you said, it goes along with what I said, and I'm sure a lot of other people listening might have seen something to that effect. What is it? I don't know. But I think it's probably pretty. A pretty safe bet that what we're dealing with. Here is the summoning of some form of artificial intelligence. Keillor's Ryan or the. Monkey it's a summoning of the artificial, man. It's the summoning of the new man in the new man, of course, is another metaphor for the word. Antichrist's antichrist's is the new man he's been referred to as the new the new man coming would be the monkey lesser summoning. Artificial intelligence bringing forth, the singularity or the singularity or the techno child. What turbo tax was talking about notice. Did you notice also that the techno child the robo baby said it was three AM? That's the witching hour. That's the time of summoning the the time of the cross roads. So that also plays into this. And also Pringles you notice that man human beings were painted as being the tyrants because the machine said no hands to stack with no mouths to taste with no soda fill with. I'm at the mercy of cruel uncaring. And then he says play this song. So they make man out to be the tyrant which they also did in a humorous way in the avacado commercial where humans were dogs. That's too. Well, see. Yeah. It's the it's the it's basically the bringing down of band kind the bringing down of manhood, and creating the new man and the new man is always been called the antichrist's the new man, the trans human man, h plus man, human, plus man, trans humanistic man, man machine, man, and technology, how technology breeds and how humankind becomes psychotic as it lets the machines worked for them. And they're they usually just lay back, and and they become essentially, they'd be they'd become you know, they don't move. They don't do anything. And and that's that's how it was done. Isn't that kind of like I I did a couple of shows on Bander snatch. And I know you, and I talked about that on the fourth of January relating to bird box. When I finally washed it in an I formulated a show, and some ideas, I noticed, and I think this is part of the metaphor that the writers were going for right that you're making decisions for this character in this interactive. Television show a net flex, but while you're making decision it's getting decisions it's gathering data about you. And then making recommendations to you what to watch so in that sense, you're becoming the machine and the machine is becoming you. You know, there's also interesting to note, we can't live at this out before we go to break. But you'd better when big boy came on the guy in the big for coat, Adam LeVine and Travis Scott were wearing jackets that said, at liens or eighteen.
"adam levine" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The secret teachings should talk more about this. We were talking about Travis Scott, his performance we were talking about how it reflected a little bit about lady Gaga performance when she was representing representation, always this falling star. And of course, when Travis did his performance, we see asteroids coming to the planet in ready to destroy the planet. We also back to Adam LeVine when he performed Adam LeVine took off his shirt. And that is what got the attention of the headlines, not the music, but the the shirt was taken off and in it is on his body with all of these tattoos and people were saying, wow, you know, what are the what cillizza tattoos? I saw the eye of providence, which many people claim to be claim that it is the eye of the illuminating. And then of course, there was the TOPIX symbol, which is an Indian symbol of. Body mortification for penance. There was actually a monarch butterfly on his body, which some people would say, well, it's a monarch. You know, mental programming type of thing you have a lion on his body. And on the back was the loose scene or the you you saw the mermaid with a skull. There were at least two mermaids in the Super Bowl commercials. And he was connected to a lot of things connected to Minerva connected to. The day of brigid it'll honors the Celtic goddess of fire for Tilleke midwifery and the young. And and of course, the Super Bowl was played during him oak or invoke halfway between the winter and springtime, and it certainly talks about when you're talking about mermaids. They are the eaters of men once again pushing this idea that men and toxic masculinity exists. And there was a lot of girl power commercials. Now when we go to what maroon five representing you look at Adam LeVine himself, he's kind of gender fluid type of guy not really all that masculine. And that's kind of you know, I think that's what they were going for these non masculine looking guys. But when maroon five took the stage, there was this wall of fire the shot up from the stage luminary this huge letter m which to the crowd like a huge w from behind and a lot of people don't know this. But the letter w itself is a symbol in an in Kabul. Cabela's ism. It's the emblematic symbol of the dark side of magic and magical terms that w is a sign of the clip off which is defined as the symbol of those who have died in a state of fear confusion and psychosis. It is also the symbolism of the lower lives, the ones that were tempted by the demons the demons have taken over a civilization through pride and ego. And Ryan you were saying about Travis Scott performance. He looked like he was performing in the pit of hell. Yes. That's right. And I wanted to relate once again that the mermaid relates directly to the city of Atlanta named after Atalanta or artists the Roman Diana a goddess in mythology of water and the moon, and also, and this is what I think's very significant goddess of childbirth. So if you play that through to what lady Gaga did as a falling star a few years ago and also at Travis Scott represented as a falling star as a meteorite coming through the opening the eight pointed star the heavens merging with the earth. And then appearing in this broken stage in a crater with flames one word came to my mind summoning, and they had Adam LeVine in a black platform, white circle. Like a magic circle is. I it identical to the lady Gaga performance at the Grammys and identical to last year and Justin Timberlake performed on stage. Now what I think is the most significant plane that through even further. Is that you talk about the the end is the thirteenth letter of the alphabet. It is a number of regenerate. And again, just like with Atalanta a number of rebirth. It signifies regeneration. You have the different ages of man, you have the gold age, the silver age the brass age and the iron age an age where men are wicked and are addicted to power and worshiping things that are powerful that brings about destruction and through destruction comes judgment and once more rebirth. Right. And if you play that through to the commercial, CLYDE, I noticed one thing I had to go back and watch it after the game. I noticed something during the halftime show that was kind of creepy to me throughout the commercials at the beginning of the Super Bowl commercials before the game started they had a commercial about WalMart, and they had kit from nightrider there, the black car with the red light when it speaks that looks kind of like how from space odyssey it kind of looks like the Terminator I, but it also looks like this Audi each Ron the GT Super Bowl commercial. With the black car with the red light. And then a commercial from from these simply safe where that black cube with the triangle on top has the red line. And it says I'm always listening now if you watch very carefully it only happens veto, very in a split second. Maybe maybe a second maybe to the stadium goes black everything goes black. There are a few flames. And then they light up the digital display with a red line. So what I'm thinking, CLYDE is all of that represents artificial intelligence of some form, the falling star represents you can call it Lucifer, whatever you want in this case, it represents what has been summoned as Adam LeVine is on the magic circle. And in this case it relates. I think to what Elon Musk said with artificial intelligence. We are summoning the demon. Now, here's something interesting. You're bringing up you brought up the ages the iron age the silver age. Okay. So let's talk about the clip off for a moment. Okay. The clip off is actually a symbol of the toxic society. When I'm talking about. I'm talking about the inverted 'em or the. W and the middle of the clip off was this juxtaposition of the letter v which of course, is the number five from five. So you got the or the vob you got the clip off and each one either the vibe or the clip off itself equals a six. Okay. You look this up. This is true. Both the b and the double v or w have equivalents of six so you have a six six now in the case of maroon five the represents the number five also represent the vob as it corresponds with mercury and Venus. Once again, we talk about Venus falling star again. Here we go. So this would mean that in one hand we see the clip with with the equivalent of six doubled meaning six six in the V representing another six or the be representing five CF six six six, of course. Then when the peers in the midst of the clip off, you can also deduce that it represents what is known as the fifth age of man, you were talking about the ages the fifth agent, man. And when you look at the ages of man, there are stages of human existence on the earth, according to Greek mythology and its subsequent Roman interpretation. The fifth age of man is allegedly at time where man falls away from the truth eighties ruled by a tyrant or ruled by an anti Christ. So is called the age of psychosis. The great falling away or the. Great apostasy, the great falling into Christians. It's known as the age the antichrist's we're looking at the fifth age, which we are supposed to be living in the fifth age. And you look at the Kabbalah and you look at the fifth age talks about a time for going in and coming out for war in eventual peace what's again, dying off and rebuilding again. So at the time for destruction and a time for rebuilding the time of the six EON and the seventh return arrest. So we go from the fifth to the sixth. We have the juxtaposition of the five or and the vibe or the six the six six six the five being the fifth existence or the fifth demand the age of the anti Christ. And then we hearken back to Adam LeVine and the traded man as the bradberry story again touches on the themes of the conflict of mechanics technology and the psychology of human beings psychology of civilization. And we read the book the man it also deals with how people deal with reality where they faced extinction, and what they have to rebuild the earth, and how technology. Can really do a number on people? And and there's even stories about a move to Mars the earth ends, and we moved to Mars in some exodus. So when Travis Scott performed during the halftime show, his interest began with the scene of the huge asteroid falling through the sky as you said, and then this asteroid is heading towards the Mercedes Benz stadium. Now, I don't I don't know if you noticed in the sequence, and I saw some of the pictures that you sent you look at this asteroid heading towards the Mercedes Benz stadium. In atlanta. The stadium is illuminated with red in areas on the stadium. It looks like three red pyramids and this fire Iraq appears to be heading straight for those three pyramids. And then we see Travis Scott appear in in the fire in this fiery pit seeing as he is in the lake of fire. So he actually looks like he's performing in hell with fire and brimstone. So I was thinking that perhaps what is being depicted? Here is maroon five is illustrating the fifth age the clip off. Then we see the star of Lucifer falling to earth. And Travis Scott represents the antichrist's in the lake of fire. However, that's just a theory. I mean, there's some symbolism their rates the inverted clipper through the six six six or, you know, very subtle very effective. But I think that that's an amazing amazing research on your part. What else can you add to that? That reminds me of the Russian Orthodox church just a few weeks ago. The leader of the Russian Orthodox church said that technology in its current form. A included could bring about the anti Christ. I I'm thinking more and more CLYDE as listened to you talk. And I'm looking at some of my handwritten notes here from the actual game and halftime performance that what this really is. Because I'm still formulated into this really is about summoning something it's about conjuring something, and that goes along with what you said, it goes along with what I said, and I'm sure a lot of other people listening might have seen something to that effect. What is it? I don't know. But I think it's probably pretty. A pretty safe bet that will we're dealing with here is the summoning of some form of artificial intelligence. Culas Ryan yet or the Hmong. Louis summoning of the artificial, man. It's the summoning of the new man in the new man, of course, is another metaphor for the word. Antichrist's anti Christ is the new man he's been referred to as the new man. So the new man coming would be the hunky summoning artificial intelligence or bringing forth, the singularity or the singularity or the techno child as what turbo tax was talking about. Notice. Did you notice also that the child the robo baby said it was three AM?.
"adam levine" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia
"The fucking thing where he was like somebody new got raped by a black guy. So he's looking for or some shit. I don't know, man. Whatever. Everything online is just so remember at the Super Bowl thing. Just right. The other day there was an article Adam Levine's nipple stole the halftime show. What? What the fuck are you talking about? What are you fucking four? All they did was take off his shirt if anything tattoos. He just had regular nipples. Nothing was wrong with his nipples. And also how annoying was it. When people were like, everyone only likes to talk shit about the fuck and halftime show, unless if if it was beyond say, everyone would talk about how great it was. If if it wasn't if it isn't beyond say, which it isn't EV where no matter who it is. Everyone's gonna talk about how bad it was. It wasn't bad at all doing exactly what fucking maroon five does. Do did. I talk about this. Like, I did talk about this. If everyone like nobody talks shit to Adam LeVine in person. He's a fucking great singer. Nobody talked shit about him in person because they're pushy ass mother fuckers. And then when they go online, they go like, yeah. Right. Fucking stupid tattoos. Oh, yeah. Okay. Bro. You're forty what are you doing with your shit, bro? You. Nothing. You're you're fucking pussy ass mother. Fucker you when Adam LeVine walks around and everyone man big even people who aren't fan, all man. Big fan got to get a picture your fucking kiss ass. That's what you are online. If you're talking shit, your kiss ass, your kiss ass, mother fucker. You don't say shit to them. So if you're fucking walking around, you don't see if you look online, you see Adam LeVine it. It, but he's one of the most popular individuals period. I remember that fake shit that they did where they took her nipple out in the Janet Jackson. This is like it was so set up. The mouth function my asshole malfunction like it's a robot reveal nipple hoops woops easy. Oh, no, my nipple is revealed. Oops, daisy back to football kickoff. Number two. Kickoff. Number two..
Maroon 5 criticized for Super Bowl performance seen as ‘boring’ and ‘safe
"Super Bowl halftime show avoided controversy. It also didn't generate any excitement critics say headliner. Maroon five rushed through a series of hits supported by guest appearances from rappers Travis Scott and big boy, maroon five frontman, Adam LeVine. Gene, then went shirtless while singing moves like Jagger. Well, of course, that was the band's big
Maroon 5's halftime show was basic
"I asked the question, and what about the halftime would that be Westwood One entertainment. It wasn't entertainment at all. I don't think they carry it. They don't they don't I don't. But maybe they do. I don't think the. I don't think they do. Now. I think they do analysis now some of the best reviews of the. Of the halftime show of the drudge report. Yeah. I mean, it was just burst out it. I didn't see any of it because I don't wake up to between nine thirty and ten and it was over. I think by right after nine o'clock. Breaking news came came across all my alerts game around nine thirty. But it says move Janet Jackson Adam shows his breasts during halftime show. And the picture of the dude looks like he's been working out. Yeah. I had. No, I I have no idea. I seen them in in. What did I see him? I didn't notice. It was an infomercial. There was an he used to be on an infomercial for like some kind of acne thing. One of the acne medicines. He was on an infomercial for and I walk into the room one time. Why is he doing an acne commercial? But he was an infomercial. But he didn't look like I mean, you know, he looked like a, you know, just a skinny guy. So I guess he beefed up for the Super Bowl. Now. I know that the the the headlines were the everybody the rumor was he was going to kneel during the the performance, and it was all over the headlines. Will he Neil will he Nieto will he Neil? Yeah. Because Roger waters had asked him to kneel. Yes. We we talked about that. Now Roger waters from from pink Floyd's all upset about it. Now, who's the one that does the pig? But that's Roger water. Okay. So it right. Okay. That's now that's supposed to be capitalism. I'm not really sure that sucks. He's been all this money off of capital. I wasn't even the smallest Pink Floyd fan. I mean, I I like their music. Okay. But I just know what was on the route. We don't need. No, Roger waters education. We don't know Roger waters thought control, by the way with a Senate structuring like that you definitely need an education. But this I I have to read this because he had to Adam LeVine head to comment afterwards because everything that went on. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. When we accepted the responsibility to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show. I took out my pen and just wrote some of the words that came to me in that moment eventually made their way into the incredible lanterns at flew high and low
Super Bowl Ads 2019: Stunts, Self-Deprecation And Celebrity Sightings
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast. Some Super Bowls are thrilling and summer like last night when the New England Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams and the lowest scoring Super Bowl game in history. Of course, the game is only part of the spectacle, where the halftime show and the commercials anymore. Exciting. We have a tweet review here from one Rachel Martin of NPR news who writes, you wrote Rachel well that was horrible. Don't think you didn't love it very much NPR. Tv critic Eric Duggan's has his judgment the most unexpected moment in the Super Bowl. Halftime show. Didn't come from headliner. Maroon five or guest Travis Scott, it came courtesy of characters from the cartoon SpongeBob squarepants who introduced Scott's part of the performance. Musical genius who needs no introduction. The cartoon clip was a shoutout to sweet victory. Assam spongebob. Squarepants once played on an episode that parody the Super Bowl was a hip surprise. And a halftime show that also included appearances from Outkast member big BOI and a gospel choir. Maroon five frontman, Adam LeVine, stripped off, coats and shirt until he was bare-chested showing off his tattoos while singing one of the group's biggest hits moves like Jagger. Gives me. Show. It was professional mildly. Exciting the kind of ineffective Super Bowl halftime show that the NFL might have been hoping for after its controversies over players kneeling to protest police brutality. But it was also kind of boring like most of the Super Bowl commercials press to avoid social media backlash. Many of the ads in Sunday's game were not edgy groundbreaking or even all that funny. Consider one but lights commercials which featured medieval characters from last year's but light Super Bowl ads preparing to watch a joust a beautiful day for a date. Date things out lucky. Loincloth cold Bud Light comfy thrown I don't have the plague anymore when they're but night is killed by a character from game of thrones called the mountain then a dragon sets fire to the jousting arena. And the whole thing turns into a game of thrones commercial. I'm not quite sure how scenes of carnage and fire cells cans of Bud Light. Maybe it makes you thirsting Harrison Ford fared better in an ad that showed fictional failed products, featuring Amazon, Alexa, including dot collar. Ordering dog the Barco you'll want. I'm not paying for England dog food ordering gravy yet. There is nothing funnier than watching Indiana Jones chases small dog around his house, Pepsi earn some multigenerational cool points by having chance the rapper remix. The backstreet boys hit I want it that way. And the Washington Post scored with a serious ad ended reinforcing the value of journalists and journalism as images of reporters like slain columnists, Jamal kashogi appeared on screen. Tom Hanks provided a reassuring narration when our nation is threatened. There's someone to gather the facts. To bring you the story. No matter the cost knowing keeps us free. Now, I might be a bit biased. But seeing some of the most expensive real estate in television used to remind America that journalism is a key to democracy seemed like the best use of a Super Bowl ad that I've seen in quite a while Americans.
Maroon 5 addresses controversy over Super Bowl show decision
"Band. Adam LeVine is speaking out about the controversy surrounding his bands decision to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show. No one thought about it more than I put more thought this silence. All the noise. Listen to myself and made my decision based upon how I felt the maroon f-. Five frontman tells entertainment tonight, he expected the backlash. I'm not in the right profession if I can't handle a little bit of controversy. It's what it is. We expected it. And like I said earlier
"adam levine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"His moments. So okay. So. Yeah. So. Oh my God. He faints. These guys are so good and Squidward is vindicate. Awesome episode. I'm sorry. Mr. I'm to have to episode. It's all about facing adversity and coming out of Victor or having your friend cover for you and make everything better for you. Okay. So because it's the bubble bowl. Bubble bowl Super Bowl. Somehow somebody started this idea of why do we have maroon five because somebody passed away Ray sweet victory. Yes. The creator of SpongeBob passed away from Lou Gehrig's disease. Okay. And so in honor of him they had this idea. Oh, this song was great people loved it. Let's see if we can get Adam LeVine and the guys in maroon five to honor the creator SpongeBob singing this song at the Super Bowl. Just get like Tina turns dude. Halftime show. I mean, that's far more fascinating story than. Sponge Bob square just filling in the blank. I mean, the backstory I mean that was a detailed recounting. Tell tale about an episode of SpongeBob to get people excited about the Super Bowl. Halftime because they think that that is the thing that is going to get people tuning in at this point is will they won't they sing in this. And now all of you who didn't know like me now. No, and our semi invested in it. And I'll be tuning it at my invested. Let me get help. Donnie? Thank you. We'll.
"adam levine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Listen, I know I mean, I know the guy who is at Adam Lambert. I know he's a talented guy. Just maroon five isn't my thing. I mean, I'm sure Adam Lambert's a good guy. And I'm sure that he's I I've seen him do s- things. I do things before didn't even know it was the time. This is years ago, though. I course, I know who he is now, but I don't know where he did like superstition Stevie wonder's superstition with someone went down. I thought. Okay. I mean, he can do great songs is that what Queen now isn't he now I think Adam LeVine is the Adam Lambert, I think is the one who may be traveling with Queen right now, Adam Lambert Lambert was the singing competition a winner that American idol, Adam LeVine, Adam LeVine, is elitist. Maroon by my my mistake, Adam Lambert, Adam LeVine, Adam LeVine, sir. I did that last night KENDALL. Apparently, we're last night was last night was Neil Diamond's birthday. We went out with sweet Caroline. Last night. And right after the show. I can't remember who was they sent me. I think he just said Neil young. Are you gonna do that to like is Neil Young's birthday? I said and we're playing sweet Caroline by Neil young. Which God I would love to hear that actually. Okay. We need to Mark this moment. I actually corrected you on a musical thing. I never do that. I have never capable of doing that. I need to go play the lottery Haley's comet is going by. I know that actually happened. Wow. And to be sure he corrected me on maroon five. Yeah. Okay. Well, that's all right. Almost negates that doesn't it? Shave, my friend. You did do that. I am not patting my back. I'm just surprised. What is this? Is this Neil young? You're playing love this. I love this eleven Neil young plays. This Neil young. When he does song sung blues..
SEC Fines DJ Khaled and Floyd Mayweather For Illegally Promoting A Fraudulent ICO
"DJ Khallid and Floyd Mayweather didn't say that they are being paid by this company. In order to avoid Meriwether wax. Another fight. Exactly. I mean, he. He has so much turn to a little bit about. Yeah. Just a smidge. And then he was fitting, and he had the SEC SEC even more money. Tom Hanks isn't early talks to play Djupedal in Disney's live at can adaptation of Pinocchio. The director of Paddington is behind this project. Tom Hanks busy next year. He's starting to the World War movie. Greyhound Toy Story four and he's currently filming the Mr. Rogers movie mister Rogers is so busy. I know and lead singer maroon five Adam LeVine says all the innovation in music is happening in hip hop right now. In a new interview with variety Levin said his goal is to make songs that don't sound dated in ten years time. And he says that hip hop is better than everything else. And that rock music is nowhere. And it's like it hasn't even been invited. Much to the NFL in the Super Bowl. I mean because it's in Atlanta, and they don't have an art. I mean, this is convenient timing. But remember they haven't been officially confirmed Super Bowl halftime show and finally bohemian rhapsody a box office mash, but one of the movies big scenes nearly didn't make the cut into Queen stepped in to keep it Brian May says that he and Roger Taylor fought to keep a scene in. Where Freddie Mercury tells the band that he wants to make a solo album may also seen gut wrenching and says it's favorite in the movie, but nearly wound up on the cutting room floor due to time concerns.
"adam levine" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Adam LeVine, Adam LeVine. Yeah. You know, I was at sleep train apathy at one time. As watching. Jack Johnson or something like that. And they had this band called maroon five opening let's skip. That is totally because coming up turns out to be one of the biggest fancy so now they're playing the Super Bowl super will big deal. Yeah. That's a big deal. Of course, you know, they'll get some exposure, which they need and. Speaking of crying, Freddie, did you see the Emmys this year? Thank you. Did see the Emmys extremely low ratings, and I kind of forgot Iran. I was channel surfing and the Emmys. Emmys their ten minutes into the show. I saw it. And of course, I you know, I pause and skip through all the commercials. So don't get to see the good stuff. I just get to see the Emmys. So the updated ratings taking the live telecast into account have the audience at a ten point two million viewers. It's an all time low percent down from a year ago. Can you imagine? If your business was ten percent down from your income was ten percent down from a year ago. That's got a new dog who's called pause and skip. Positive skip. What I'm doing? I'm pausing skipping those you said you pause and skip over the can I can I ask you who was the guy who played the who played Fonzie in. Before that. I find. The Henry Winkler. He was the highlight before Henry Winkler was the proposal. They did this wedding proposal. Okay. Got huge coverage huge coverage and the guy that one was Tony's director and Oscars director, Glenn Weiss. Now, here's the deal. A lot of people are upset that this guy proposed to his girlfriend on TV. Why? Because this guy's the Tonys director and has the Tonys director and the Oscars director, he's extremely strict about how long your acceptance speech should be make sure it's just forty five seconds. That's it forty five seconds. You get played off by the music, but not this guy while he's proposing his thing where almost three and a half minutes. Wow. That's why they're upset. It's the only thing they're talking about. Yeah. Right. Guess what? That's right. Hey, I have not turned on other than to watch the chaos. I good morning San Diego. I'm not kidding. I'm not turned on TV the television set for eight months. I started watching berry. So I start. I watched two things I watch Amazon prime. Yeah. I watch Netflix. Netflixing real deal. Now, isn't it, Freddie? Yeah. But berry one of my favorite shows. Yep. Dolly rush, have you. A couple of episodes. I I'm gonna keep your so berry berry and Ozark. Okay. So. Yesterday. Yeah. Who does berry starving areas? Bill hater. Berry is are Netflix, Hulu or? That's that's a. Stay there. Fred. Red Sox dot com with Henry Winkler. Oh, that's the best supporting familiar. Yes. Okay..
Millie Bobby Brown Gives Epic Surprise Performance at Maroon 5's Concert
"Millie. Bobby Brown gives epic surprise performance at maroon, five's concert. Millie, Bobby Brown game room fans the ultimate surprise on Sunday. When she took the stage in the middle of their national concert and perform their hit girls like you, the stranger things star showed up her skills by rapping, the lyrics normally performed by Cardi b. the fourteen year old actress didn't seem to miss a beat. Either the Bridgestone arena crowd went wild after her performance and Adam LeVine, and Adam LeVine gave his stamp of approval by giving the eleven star high, five Brown posted a video of the memorable moment on Instagram. So tonight was insane. She couched in the video. Slow tonight wasn't seen she in the video. I love Admiral five and my dear friend, Adam LeVine. This is like, I mean, she's living the dream. Obviously I'm just jealous. Was anyone other than her like item in the cool was Mason Mason? And by the way that rap is amazing and that song is so good and I just like, I'm glad that they didn't let the moment go without letting someone coming performance, but like I don't when did Millie Bobby Brown become like this thing this, I darling and honestly, like all these tension she's getting from older men is really weird. Well, you want us to talk about the Jake text message saga because people are freaking out about it and she, she mentioned it in passing. She wasn't trying to make it story. She was like on red carpet, and like stop by access Hollywood for two seconds. And they were talking about Drake, and basically what she said. She's like we text all the time. He helps me boy stuff tells me that he misses me. She's like, I love him. And now people are dissecting so many things about Drake because he was dating is dating a girl who's now eighteen, but apparently been dating since she was sixteen, and there are some lyrics that are very questionable. And this is weird and that also odyssey Adam LeVine is smart. He just gave her a high five because like he knew what people were saying. If you gave her a hug, like we would have been done and that's discussing world that we live in, but also like Hollywood is disgusting. So now I'm like the Drake thing could have been just like innocent and it's lovely there. She's an do. I really think he's. No, but like Hollywood is so bucking disgusting, and I'm never cease to be amazed by how discussing art like, no, this is weird. It is. I don't follow either of them and they've been having like courtship for awhile of like a thirsty internet friendship. Therefore I refuse to give into in. I definitely don't think that there's anything weird and I mean, I don't know Drake that well, but I feel like he's fine. And if he wasn't even sixteen you some of the lyrics that people are saying like, are questionable Cher round hole. I don't know. I. You have potential. I could have shaped it. You went and caved in. We could have waited. I wasn't rushing difference in ages are old enough, but you're still a baby. You've shared stories where you did amazing. Okay, that's not. That's not great in this in this context, czar. Yeah, but like I, I don't know. It's Harvard, Billy Bob Bronx. We're just saying, like I was saying, do you like there's no way that she's twelve?
"adam levine" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Real songs but you're not gonna wanna you're not gonna hear you know five versions of an adele song right you're very you know and that's about it but you get love my version of the way you look tonight you get love michael boo blaze version you could we love frank's very now adam levine just regarded that song he's a friend of mine and his parents are friends of and matter of fact they opened the voice this year they're big show with with them if you know in see those being the rat pack right now adam levine and and what's his name i forgot but he's a country guy you know man blake shelton killed that you know they will they were sound saying bobby the move now they'll they'll be people that are fans of theirs that would have never heard fly is the moon in their life you know and they'll go that's great i get that you know you've loved jazz all your life i mean i do a show in los angeles radio you've been a fan of this music for a long time and you know people need to know your background like you said you started with our mvp and then you worked in the in the business on the yeah record producer at promotion man to talk a little about some of the people you work with because i think it's really oh incredible i worked with carole king gerry goffin we had the they were the first people i met with new york they had written with you love me tomorrow is there i hit if rails that were on our label and and we've had the is li others shout was on our lay little we even had the kingsman louis louis.
"adam levine" Discussed on WJR 760
"Adam push this button and nothing from kelly there goes blake blake turned around kelly never really explained why she didn't turn a chair around to pick her singing her song so sad i know this is embarrassing i'm crying i'm so mad i didn't turn the fact that you picked that song cool show it's it's adam versus blake and there's such a great interchange and give and take between the judges on the voice you know you gotta adam levine and alicia keys and blake shelton and added this season kelly clarkson who certainly have constructive things to say about what they heard my favorite things about you is like you've brought my attention to the really important thing which is the song and the story and what's actually happening up there the heart and the soul is there and i think that is the only place at least on my team here as the only place i never want wanna start i have to say thank you for that feedback because my head wants to sing perfectly but the artists in my heart is like let me out of here so i feel like i did something brave today interesting that is between the judges and the contestants and danielle you prefer american idol over the voice let my love for american idol sam's from like that's a show that my mom what is it unconditional no matter how terrible it might be how bad the judges are an american idol how poor the performers are an american idol ten tomorrow night when they're on opposite one another you'll choose american idol over the voice who and those judges have nothing to say nothing constructive that was the thing i liked about the voice i learned i'm not a singer lorries a singer i learned things about how you get better on the old piano stuff that's our a little give and take here on those two shows going opposite one what was abc thinking anyway yeah the voice had between eleven hundred twelve million when they made their debut all right are meta is just got to get on the air here push your button in their danielle seven sixty wjr news are meadowland rim jared news time six forty currently it's forty seven degrees the hollywood sexual misconduct scandal has reached new heights the.
"adam levine" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"The voice and and um you get you just look you look at the choices of these songs and last night someone actually did ditzingen old standard one of the one of the contestants and he did get picked but you it's so nice to see this gendre be back fullsteam ahead gene o n and to adam levine's father who's one of my biggest fans and then la he came to see me three times a couple of weeks ago and he showed me the opening of this year's voice the voice and adam levine adam levin for me to the moon tracy he did some day with his father was so proud he added front and so adam his father's big uh uh great american books fan and so is that it and let your adams did adam did the way you look tonight you know yeah yeah and uh and and so they you know i i i always say the great american some good will live forever all it needs to have his it's messenger for that particular time so adam levin and these guys far the messengers through this era than the songs will live forever because they're the greatest songs that ever been written they just seeing them you know and did somebody that clear audio no i produce rod stewart standards albums emily lau is being used those albums were the biggest arrived that change and uh uh he's so sixteen million over and the eu's the come to a mile if you know how we where he didn't know what to do linda ronstadt had the same experience she got sick or singing rock and roll back in the 80s and she made a couple of albums with nelson riddle and they won the grammy my point is that well even lady got that didn't that few years ago with chile battles that's right in that one the grammy for the album that the year now these zone or not they're not old and they're not new their time and they you can play a song like you could play only benefits emulated god guys recording 25 years from now and it would create in a move be five or you could have the same recording the same arrangement you could have played in a movie 25 years ago and they would fit in fi you know what i'm saying you get tired of style di di ever say gosh.