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"chris irish" Discussed on Unchained
"One has heard of these coins and at the end of the day they do need to get the Fiat so they may go through all this gene opping and then they circle back to Bitcoin and that's where Chris Irish team bill the H. Aside team and Kyle and FBI team they're able to really leverage expertise in the known bitcoin to. Then figure out like wait a minute we can. You know going back to that example let's go back three, four four more to see where did this coin never heard from how did that fund and talk about that a little bit more like why it is that they always come back to bitcoin like you started to say it but it's flush out for people because. I mean. It's also the the blockchain that has often lead prosecutors like you to the criminals. So why would they do that? You know this is the question whenever anyone Jesse I talked. When I was a prosecutor about like our practice in the Fiat side of. You know terrorism financing north, Korean sanctions, violations all like a because North Korea was allegedly behind this thing in US dollars, they're subject to these punitive criminal penalties sees all their money and they always say like one reason. Why didn't they just use like Chinese. Euros in the answer. Should should've if they did we wouldn't have any case and there's always people like Oh my God well, they'll stop using US dollar because if you keep prosecuting this, it'll drive them to other currencies that people feel like that. They can get away with everything want to. But you know the that just never happened in the same thing with with Bitcoin is that you know you can buy a tesla with Bitcoin by subway with bitcoin. You can't buy them with those other coins that no one is hurt up and so. As they still chain hop to obfuscate at the end of the day they need to get this into Fiat currency that is still the point where law enforceable come in and where crypto currency exchanges really can be very robust in their key Y Z in the same thing is true for long forces that they are waiting and they see when they come back to to bitcoin because they want to buy things or because they want to get a better return rate or because you know people are like to sketched out like I never heard of this coin you have no trading history on like one of these exchanges and so like no way I'm not going to deal with this. It's too suspicious. But. If someone who has retreating history has ever done anything, but it's on Bitcoin, which is well known entrusted in like. Well, I'm willing to do that because everything's public and so like I feel safer and so I think for the reasons, the always come back to bitcoin. And I think just a hop off that something that's talked about a lot is that criminals don't WanNa lose their money either right and they wanNA rely on its tuitions that are or coins that are a little bit more stable and so at the end of the day, even though criminals might work in these other coins or may not have heard of they wanna get back to bitcoin. So they they can feel solid in whatever they have there. And so once they do have the bitcoin. As we mentioned. You often are kind of. Law enforcement is often notifying exchanges of coins or addresses that are associated with criminal activity. But how are they attempting to cash out like how is it? How easy is it for them to do? So when they have these stolen funds? There's a lot of different ways and a lot of different techniques that they use something that the DOJ frequently looks at is unlicensed money service businesses. So those are people that are buying selling funds whether they be crypto currency or otherwise without up correct licensing from the US government from Fincen, and so how that works in the crypto world is that there are these people that sorta take advantage. What zero was talking about is that criminals frequent lane just WANNA. Get. Pennies on the dollar, and so they do these transactions where each person that's running this business is taking a little bit in a little bit more and so they're hopping through these exchanges are hopping through these coins with the help of these unlicensed money service businesses, and that's one way that we're able to track. It is that there are some people that are organizations or businesses that are run by a few people that are doing a lot of this business for criminals. One thing. That's also interesting like to your question of that's the. That's how how difficult is it like it? It seems like it is in the goal of working like what justice doing it to make it more difficult, right? You're never gonNA, make it impossible but you just want to make it more difficult and I think that North Korea, the one that you talked about highlights that. So there after the complaint drops on like a Tuesday within forty eight hours, there's an amended complaint like so why did that happen and if? You look at the document it goes into what happened is that there were hosted addresses that had sat for over fourteen months with no activity. The complaint drops immediately they start going frantically trying to cash those out which caused the government to go immediately within forty hours and amend their complaints k. her these all these other addresses here's where they moved to move to, and that's different than like an adjusted experience or mind from like you know street level drug crime, right like. When you when the cops knock on the door, everyone's flushing everything down the toilet, throwing things out the window or just trying to get rid of it. Right everything's gotTa go fire sale, and that's exactly what they were doing this case of the North Korean. See what the complaint comes out Oh my God this stuff is really hot. We've got to get rid of it and they're just trying to push much out as quickly as they can before the exchanges catches up or. The government and they're you know it was within a matter of forty eight hours. All addresses have been identified sent back to the one or two exchanges was largely to exchanges that are reference there and you know the government tells them like, Hey, these are still the same people I think genesis at the same time. Did it a report where they talked about some of the new addresses that were coming out and warning people hey, here's where they're moving to now that's. That's what's incredible about like the blockchain. Rightly, if someone stole one hundred and fifty million dollars from a traditional bank right and they took that money in there there's nothing the public writ large could do. But after these tax you had people who are watching the blockchain and they say like, Hey, we're watching this happen right now live rightly, it is happening right now and they're publicly broadcasting that information. So it is why cryptocurrency in many ways is much worse vehicle for laundering money because you're reliant on Jesse in her team, you can have people were sitting at home and watching. And giving Jesse's abled outsource instead of just having her four agents. Now she has thousands of agents is all the people listening to this podcast? Yeah. This seems weird. Thing on the box and then they tweet about. Yeah Yeah, I have definitely seen online forms where people are watching stuff on the blockchain and commenting on movements in real time One other thing that I found fascinating about this case was that the North Korean hackers for also using stolen identities to try to cash out how were they trying to do that in? Where did they get those identities? Again to Jesse's point rightly, she described how Qassam evolve from a kind of basic not getting more and more sophisticated. And the same thing with the north. Koreans, right on the first complaint that their pictures in it of people you know some exchanges want to hold up..
"chris irish" Discussed on Unchained
"Now. I mean, it's fascinating to look in the complaint again. It really details out. So we can't. Show here, but people go check out the press release is a copy of the a very detailed charts that the especially Christine just drew up, but it show is impressed by the Turks. I can't do. that. He heard you say that having some happier than that. He recently told his wife he was excited. Someone had talked about race where she was extremely unimpressed. She just doesn't understand him or get him, but I'll bet you do. So it's great and we do as well but. you know so that hack. Hack right and it was really interesting happened after a previous hack that's allegedly attributed North Korea is that they went to cryptocurrency exchange and said, Hey, you know we have a bunch of all clients or a ton of money they want to come invest it a with your exchange. We're just worried about these hackers out there and so we have an attached a questionnaire to his email that's going to review your upset and things like that. Make sure that. Yeah. Yeah. That that you. That you are in fact, secure and compliant, and so in many ways, they fail the test right one because they clicked on the attachment into because then. When the attach their head, a bunch of Malware, and so the complaint he tells the language and the script language that's used is consistent with how North Korean hackers have operated and other things within the complaint out like VPN's were able to be penetrated by law enforcement things like that where they were, they were able to treat it to North Korea but it's just again that sloppiness. Of It just takes one bad mistake by someone in the security team or the client cut relation team at crypto currency exchange that they were able to do a complete takeover and get to not only the outlaw small. So get to some of the cold storage funds, which normally think should be able to happen, but they just totally took over system and so from one. EXCHANGE RATE IN ONE BANK HEIST my favorite New Yorker cartoon that we use all presentations as a guy goes into rob a bank and the guys give the money because you know you can do this all online now right and so instead a one bank robbery, where is the risk of violence like you know the security there this is from the safety of the North Koreans. House whatever they're sitting in able to steal two, hundred, eighty, million dollars in one fell swoop, and then you see in other hacks and it's describing the complaint and the second related complaint that like they are out there just spearfishing all day everyday looking for people who are well known in the crypto world. Assume their identities are or to go after those people to take over there. Again, with the goal of hacking exchanges are getting access to exchange within get that kind of money. Yeah in general. You. Know they're taking just seemed. So basic isn't the word because it sounds unsophisticated on their part. But what I mean is it's not something where you need to know coding or have any kind of fancy computer programming knowledge. It's literally just trading on People's Gullibility or Yeah and so earlier though you said something about how it was in line with other North Korean I I didn't understand that what what was it about previous North Korean hacking behavior that lined up. So we looked at the actual malware. We got a copy of that from the victim and when examining that malware, the way that the scripts were written in it that allowed them to take over was consistent with other hacks that have been documented with North Korean. So we used a couple different things that US as the penetration VPN, and so the language in the script, all these things we statement they don't say at the end of the day it's North Korea but like the language that was used and scripts. addition. There was a couple of things where we looked at some of the. Other information that they were researching and some other things researching things about the North Korean military. So it's possible. It could be someone in Kansas who just happens to use the same. Script language and uses a VPN that traces back to a North Korean cell, tower, and also researches a lot information about the North Korean military but more likely right like that's reflective of the fact that it is in fact North Korean actors. And one other thing was that some of the money was these strange coins like Proton token and olive and but theory I've literally never even heard of these. So why would they do that? In the most recent complaint, you know there was alga tokens there was all sorts of. Different coins in. One of the things that Chris talked about in the complaint is the chain hopping that occurs in that they're trying to move from one change another take no different than when someone has steals money from bank, they might try to exchange it into euros bureaus into yen in Indian back two dollars because they think again, they're obfuscating the trail and to some extent they are right like we can subpoena. DOJ can subpoena. The US banks and things like that to get that information but it's much more challenging to get from foreign banks and things like that and so I think what Chris Talks about that most recent complaint is that part of what chain hopping has done is to try to break the public you know blockchain ledgers and try to divorce things out. So you can't see where things are moving from one currency to another, and so they use a really rare currency and remember they're willing to take pennies on the dollar like the reason that you in Jesse. Deal. In these coins because they may not have the ability or like people may not be interested in them or you might get a lot less bang for your buff. But when you have two hundred, eighty, million dollars like you're happy to get a fifty percent yield rate that is a a bank heist that is unprecedented right? If you get ten percents huge and so not only. Does it office kate what you're doing you know it may be an easier way to find some people who run to sell it. But what's interesting is that Chris Draws back in that complaint is that. Bitcoin right like because no one has heard of these coins and at the end of the day they do need to get the Fiat so they may go through all this gene opping and then they circle back to Bitcoin and that's where Chris Irish team bill the H..
"chris irish" Discussed on Climate 2020
"So jeff if I want to turn to the big news of the week. The Iowa caucuses We are recording Wednesday at one. PM and right now with seventy one percent kind of the precincts reporting Pete. Buddha judge has a slim lead over Bernie Sanders the big question. We've been following whether rising alarm about climate change will actually actually make a difference for who voters support so we sent reporter. Chris Wall Jasper to the Caucasus on Monday night to hear how voters were talking about climate. Hey Chris thanks for coming on the show. Yeah glad to be here so You grew up in. I was right. Yeah yeah about About a half hour from where. I was reporting on Monday which was where I was in to a town. The town of Mount Pleasant and About ten miles east of their Town called New London. Mount pleasant. Got About eight thousand people also medium sized town for that part of Iowa so tell me what you were expecting to hear when you ask people about climate and and tell me what you actually found. But let's take the first question I I. What were you expecting to hear when you ask people about climate? Yeah you know. I really wasn't sure You know just from from friends and family in the area. It is a topic of conversation but I wasn't really sure if that'd be a driving force as people were heading into Monday night. That being said I I was really surprised that almost everyone I spoke to if it wasn't one of their top issues. It was something that they were thinking about as they were You know aligning themselves with these different candidates For instance. I talked to a gentleman named John at the caucus He's a retired pharmacist. who kind of surprised me with his answer? The first thing is whoever gets to get the nomination for the the Democratic Party. They beat trump. Let's my number one issue. I'm very interested in climate change. I think that's important issue. That isn't being addressed currently in political of climate that we're currently in. I have six grandkids all under the age of ten. I WANNA see a world that they can enjoy and living so hearing that you might think John would be supporting a candidate who's really come out strong. On climate change somebody like sanders or worn or even Bloomberg but he actually supported Buddha judge edge Someone who's not really thought of as a climate candidate but nonetheless did really well in a midwestern state. That's really been hit with some extreme weather in in recent years. So what do you think about. The Buddha judge comes across as the big winner along with Bernie Sanders and Hiwa dealing that means anything for the climate amid issue. Couple of things going on here in Chris really tapped into it I The Associated Press Act s people as they were coming in to the caucuses. You know what's Chernomyrdin issue. Climate was like like way up there. It was the number two issue Their healthcare thirty percent of the people coming into the caucus. Then it's it's their top issue but the other thing that is interesting here for Pete Buddha. He seems to have pulled off he. He's talked enough about climate change that he's a credible candidate it even to caucus goers who who who are really concerned about climate change He's not you know considered climate candidate but he apparently did enough that even a caucus Gorelick like John Could support him. Okay so Chris Oh so what about Bernie Sanders who's done almost equally well as Buddha judge in the preliminary results. He's been he's really been hammering. Climate change change the green new deal. Did you hear many people talk about Sanderson climate so I talked to several sanders supporters on Monday and While there are a number of issues that they were thinking about economic equality Healthcare climate change was the top one or two issue for these sanders supporters One a person person for example is this Woman named Iris She in management but Really was focused on on climate without having a viable plan for climate. Change to make sure that we're moving forward the way that we need to in fifty years were not gonNa have anything left to have to worry about how our education system or politics or who were voting for it's not gonNA matter So climate change is the number one issue so so Chris. Irish obviously feels pretty strongly about climate Why do you think she's? She's the strongest she is and and others in the caucus seem to reflect that that perspective as well. A lot of people pointed to the To the extreme weather that we saw last year One person in particular was this Eighteen year old a young woman named Aurora. She was CAUCUSING ORCAS in for Warren but climate was her number one top issue. It is just kind of scary to see like extreme flooding here us one thing I have noticed. I know when I was younger. Oh I didn't see these extreme flooding and I'm I'm only eighteen. So what is the effects of that within a couple of years kinda crazy to think about I think what. You've you're clearly seeing here here. Is that these these cocker scores as they come in some of them have said they've they're seeing extreme flooding. They're seeing impacts the farmers. They're seeing seeing you know things like droughts and that's changing the way they're thinking about this issue and why they're moving it up the up the scale which means that the candidates themselves had to address this order to get their votes all right Chris. Hey listen thanks for for for helping us out and hope to talk you down the road very good. Glad to climate twenty twenty is produced in association with a year's project and postscript audio funding is provided by excellent a company that believes that confronting climate change is essential to maintaining the strength and prosperity of the cities. It serves. That's why the excellent foundation launched a twenty million dollar Climate Change Investment Initiative to fund entrepreneurs finding new solutions to fighting climate. Change for more information visit. Excellent Foundation Dot Org show is hosted by me David Gelber and me Jeff. Nesbit climate twentieth twentieth produced by Jamie Kaiser Daniel Waldorf and Stephen Lacey. Sean Maher Qantas Qantas are sound designer and composed our theme music additional music and cover art by Kent Nickerson then. Branston is our production intern special. Thanks to Chris. Wall Jasper for field reporting in Iowa. 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"chris irish" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Notre Dame wide receivers of mine first goes to Chile James Claypool four five and six catches in the first three games great news for the yearbook Irish fans Michael young back for the first time he broke his collarbone in August and we expected to play today what I expect a huge game for rear game for Chris Chris we have only a seven catches on the year thanks for this huge game with him moving him around to different formations I really find watching the film the Virginia in their back and really has trouble when the guy moved before the snap and that's Chris Irish today it's not a five minutes now so kick off Cavaliers and the Irish so Michael young is back out wide in the backfield severe Smith church after the Louisville game has missed the last two ball games he also was expected back as we all kind of wait for the Irish running game outside of Tony Jones to get your engineers this first two Karishma for touchdowns forget that in a local so he had a jump start to the season I'm excited to see what he can do now with the comfort and and now it's like him just told us that he can do that at the college level not seen his run out over the field yet we anticipate the I was coming out. office of line Liam Aiken Berkson issues this week he'll be at left tackle but if he can't potentially go the entire time we were told yesterday that their banks would spend some time out there as well air bags six six three twenty five a huge man. the project and also they have the ability to put in trouble rule in Holland run hard as well our position so we'll see what happens. three minutes forty seconds now would so kick off in last week at this time we're thinking about the Irish defense going up against Jake from yeah the arms race with most of the game they did a terrific job now it's all about Bryce Perkins one of the best dual threat quarterbacks in the country is about to take the field and see what he could do against that I received and I'm glad you brought that up because a totally different monster in Bryce purchase.
"chris irish" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Nine th day of November and taking a look at the stocks this morning. I shares were higher mostly across the globe. Following Wall Street's moves yesterday. Stocks rocketed to their biggest gains in eight months Wednesday following comments from the fed reserve chair Jerome Powell the Dow surging six hundred seventeen the S P advanced two point three percent. And the NASDAQ rose two point nine percent. The Russell two thousand up two and a half percent. So what did the fed reserve chair say to make everybody skipper? Let's bring in our regular guest. Crisper safe with tomato research, also the author of cocktail investing as well as the co host of the cocktail investing podcast. Good morning. Chris. Good morning. I'm well. Thanks for joining us. As always we appreciate it. Let's talk about jerem Powell's comments yesterday. Struck a positive tone on the economy. Of course, we know those those rate hikes are cooked in to rise again next month. But. Who knows about next year? Chris what did what did you hear from the F that cut your ear? Yeah. I I think you're right. The the December rate hikes, you know, pretty much fake take the question is what about before that are specified for next year. And it's fascinating to me. Because if we take Powell's comments just compared to two months ago where rates were nowhere near neutral. Now they're much much closer to neutral. You have to ask yourself. Eight weeks we saw that we've seen the stock market. If back all of his games, we've got a number of data points that suggest the global economy as well as the domestic economy are slowing considerably. And I think what your listeners need to. Remember is that monetary policy is not fixed. It's rather flexible bydesign react to what's going on. And I think the notion behind Powell comment is just that the economy has slowed in the need to get rates where they were. Hi. In order to keep the economy, kind of even keel, remember too. We've seen this sharp plummet in oil prices. That's obviously going to be. And I think it gives Powell in the fed a lot more room to breathe and potentially run. Well, you mentioned oil drop below fifty bucks a barrel in New York for the first time in more than a year. What's going on there? We know Saudi Arabia, but but what's happening with OPEC. Well, I think it's a couple of things Matt I mean one you have to remember that you know, it's a commodity was subject to laws of supply and demand. So let's let's look at vote on the demand side, take the commerce. I just made it right? Whether the global economy is slowing so Nathan crude is softening then there's the supply side, and as you just pointed out, it looks as if you know, some of the production cuts that were had been expected earlier may not be there. And I would argue that as foil balls further. Odds are that we will not be any production cups because these these nation states will to get as much money inside to them as possible. So it's a very interesting next couple of weeks on the oil. Brought my my prediction is that. We'll probably see oil that allow all somewhere between forty five fifty per period of time. I like it. Let's see here. Chris. We've got some breaking news this morning. Chris. Deutsche Bank offices have been raided one hundred seventy criminal police officers. Prosecutors and tax inspectors searched six offices in and around Frankfurt on money laundering allegations. How is this significant if at all to the US? Well, you know, the Bank has a presence in the US both, you know on on investment banking commercial banking tied. So it's really going to be a question of, you know, which companies were banking with them. What Specter's does this raise? It also is another question of overall credibility or. Industry, I'm afraid. So so I think that there will be companies that are beyond reproach JP Morgan Bank America city, but it is gonna raise in flag. Remember too that in some respects investors are just getting over the news with Wells Fargo. Yeah. It's another tinge of uncertainty. Yeah. That's a good point tobacco company. Altria is reportedly in talks to take a minority stake at twenty to forty percent in e cigarette maker jewel labs. This is a significant jump here. Chris not only to go into the e cigarette market, but you wondered on this show. I'm sure elsewhere as well why a lot of the tobacco companies haven't made the move to the marijuana market. The medical recreational marijuana market this way for that. Oh, go ahead. If ads. So the whole thing is kind of interesting because the FDA investigating Joel and its ability to use their words book younger Americans, but it's understandable that you know, with tobacco under fire. These guys are looking for other growth opportunities, and I agree with you. But at some point, I think they will Wade into the marijuana market. But let's remember that marijuana is not big on all fifty states, and it's not legal at the federal level. Right. So if you can't you're not legal at the federal level. How can they duck business? You know with me on this. Sell product monetize it and collect you know, the revenue stream and deposited into a Bank. You can't do that. The the huge headwind. I think you know, look based on what's happening in Canada. Do our prospects for legalisation the US better than they've ever been. Yeah. I think they are. It's just going to take some time. I think I think the response again circle back fuel is I think all trade is trying to figure out. Okay. What can I do in the near term something that hasn't been reported much? Chris under reported Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is backing the legalization of ham. Of course, he's done. So since two thousand thirteen but he's trying to squeeze it into the year end spending Bill and that could that could. I mean, you're talking CBD oil everything else that goes along with that. So that could. That that could bring to the forefront. They're all right. The juniper juniper lot out it's drawing mixed reviews. I know I know you had one yesterday I had one a couple of days ago. Starbucks new holiday, drink your thoughts on it. It's not quite a milkshake. It's not a Frappuccino. So I like that. Yeah. I mean, it's. It was fine. It wasn't anything. Is it the? I remember like the pumpkin spice latte or some of the other what I called liquid cracks drinks. It's not quite that caliber. But is it a little different? Yeah. Is it worth the premium price? Maybe not. Well, I I compared mine too little too close to Jenin Todd. I I like my gin and tonic. My sapphire and tonic to be separate from my. Here's the thing. You know, you're out on out in California where it's still probably. Fifty degrees. I'm staring outside of the window with huge wind, and it's probably thirty to thirty does not work. Know, it's I think it's about forty nine here right now. Blustery and raining. But yeah, I feel you now if they can come up with a drink tastes like bullet bourbon that might be interesting this time of year. There you go Irish coffees the answer, Chris Irish coffee all the time here in the winter. I drink them every day during the show, Chris we appreciate your time. As always, my friend. Thank you. All right. Have a good week off. That's Christopher says he joins us each Monday and.
"chris irish" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Monetize it. And collect you know, the revenue stream and deposited into a Bank. You can't do that. If the huge headwind. You know, look based on what's happening in Canada. Do our prospects for legalisation the US better than they've ever been. Yeah. I think they are going to take time. I think I think the response again circle back, I think all three is trying to figure out. Okay. What can I do in the near term something that hasn't been reported much? Chris under reported Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is backing the legalisation of ham. Of course, he's done. So since two thousand thirteen but he's trying to squeeze it into the year end spending Bill and that could that could. I mean, you're talking CBD oil everything else that goes along with that. So that could. That's that could bring a lot to the forefront. They're all right. The juniper juniper lot out it's drawing mixed reviews. I know you I know you had one yesterday I had one a couple of days ago. It. Starbucks new holiday drink. What are your thoughts on it? It's not quite a milkshake. It's not a Frappuccino. So I like that. Yeah. I mean, it's. It was fine. It wasn't anything is it like the. Remember like the pumpkin spice latte or some of the other. What I call literally cracks during. It's not quite that caliber. But is it a little different? Yeah. Is it worth the premium price? Maybe not. Well, I I compared mine too little too close to gin and tonic. I like my gin and tonic. My sapphire and tonic to be separate from my. I know I know. But here's the thing. You know, you're out in California where it's still probably degrees outside of the window with huge wind, and it's probably about thirty to thirty does not work. Oh. It's I think it's about forty nine here right now. Blustery and raining. But yeah, I feel you now if they come up with a drink tape like bullet bourbon that might be interesting this time of year. There you go Irish coffees the answer, Chris Irish coffee all the time here in the winter. I drink them every day during the show, Chris we appreciate your time. As always, my friend. Thank you. All right. Have a good week off. That's crisper says he joins us each Monday.
"chris irish" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"chris irish" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Don't even worry about it, but I just want to bring a fact that Steve complained about the idea. No, I'm still I'm still hammering ahead. Sure. You said you complain about saying predator eighty seven yet you say Batman eighty nine to me ten times a day. Yes, that's fair. But that's just saying. All right Senator right said with Evie bam in one or does the Adam west film count is great film counts for nothing and fuck all bring the legislation back to your committee back another day. Just say there's some old man. Well, well, mother, the ARL Schwarzenegger movies back in theaters. I saw the predator. That's that's the one. I think your whole thing has to go back to formula by the way. I think we should also mention movie well yet to get back to this film for second we are talking about the uncut version. Oh, right. I'm guessing for violence and not for brilliant fucking dialogue. So this movie picks up right with the last one ended, which is right. The last shot. The very last shot is a Dale, which we're calling the prevailing, which wacky all kill ourselves. Now that on the is that in the in the trivia? Yes. Yes. Read about that. Yeah. So it's the chest Burster comes out of a predator's body at the opening of the film. It was, I guess, the titular predator of the last VP is scar act hopefully stop. I can't. I suffer another movie of naming I know at the name of this predator. And it's so annoying to tell you which one the prevail, Ian, the one, the main, the main on this film also, by the way, why is it prevail? Ian. Why can be like Zeno tour Zena tours. That sounds like he's got a horse legs or he's he's zender. He represented predator district. Like why? So you're telling me that throughout all aliens history. I've been seeing what would be a Zena more mixed with human. Okay, I understand that. Yeah, but can like, can they like lay an egg and a deer? Can I see. Zeno more threes, third, dog, predator sort of. I don't remember predator dog alienates in the third aliens. Yeah, no, there isn't. This movie where there's an alien situation because there's a dog that fucking. Yeah, but you're right? Yes. Thank you. The fincher move in the fincher movie. Dog rips apart and then there's a, it's a different alien because it's the idea that acts like any other. Yeah. So this movie's way smarter than I thought the predator. I mean, literally, it's just an alien with those those choppers a little bit. It's pretty much the same thing. It's got better posture than Zeno, and that's it probably does better with -nology if you if it had the chance, it looks like a bobblehead though yet it's among its funding head. That Mellon does not meet the rest of the bodies. Totally. Chris. Irish, you could see by a large headed prevail, Ian, not being able to hold its own headway, which is pretty delightful and accurate. I, I was kind of surprised it didn't happen. Here's the to subservient aliens that needed polls to help this fucker walk around. Here's the thing as much as I'm a guy and everybody at home knows this. I m a stickler for practical f. x. whenever possible, he was the mound. That was stickler for practical. But here's the problem in this movie, a lot of the Zeno more and I guess the prevail Ian included here. They are clearly too much just people in suits..
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"South korea and the us have both criticized north korea after an american student had been detained in the north died after being flown home in a coma also won't be it was arrested for trying to steal a propaganda poster from a hotel in pyongyang an and sentenced to fifteen years hard labor the north koreans say that soon after his conviction he contracted botulism and fell into that came up more than a year later he was medically evacuated back to the us but he died last night six days after he arrived term this was the reaction of president donald trump otto warm beer has just passed away he spent a year and a half in north korea lotta bad things happened but at least we got him home to be with his parents where they were so happy to see him even though he was in very tough condition but he just passed away a little while ago that's a brutal regime and we'll be able to handle it also will meet his family say he received torturous treatment in north korea bill richardson as a former governor of new mexico who is involved in securing auto won't be as release it's a tragedy what happened to auto arm gear i'm very sad chris irish personally tried get amata north korea upper armor agree at the north korea's for not freeing honors provide whatever the door of was one year of aulmark they've ever notified united spates us aren't they've got a lot of explaining to do all knows what happened worship torture was you feet the north korea's ever or what happened after year in a whole lot eldest there's a crime against humanity i'm very very but also very sharply i uh or sharper in south korea says it's deplorable that north korea doesn't respect human rights and has called on the north to swiftly return south koreans and americans still being held in the north korea correspondent stephen evans this is in so for us steam we heard bill richardson saying the north koreans have a lot of explaining.