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A highlight from BCB134_ANDY SCHOONOVER: Fiscal & Physical Health
"Which might as well be Darth Vader, right? Like we're screwing Darth Vader, right? Like nobody cares if Darth Vader gets screwed, right? And what we're trying to say is like, no, no, no, you're screwing me, a human being who has to ultimately pay for this. This is the Blue Collar Bitcoin Podcast, a show where average Joe firefighters explore the most important monetary technology of the 21st century. We talk Bitcoin, we talk finance, and we talk shit. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome in. Glad you're here for another week on Blue Collar Bitcoin. This time around, Josh and myself, Dan, got the pleasure of spending an hour with Andy Schoonover. After attending Stanford Business School, Andy has built an impressive entrepreneurial and business resume. Since 2021, he's been the founder and CEO of CrowdHealth, a company looking to completely redefine the meaning of healthcare in today's society. Andy also hosts a great show called the Sovereign Health Podcast, and he's a dead serious Bitcoiner. He recorded this episode from the Bitcoin Commons in Austin, Texas, for Pete's sake. You'll be able to tell right away Andy was practically born with a microphone in front of his face, and this chat was substantive. We cover the importance of creating a work -life balance, why the medical -industrial complex is so opaque and so expensive, and what CrowdHealth is doing to fix it, metabolic health, butt -naked ice baths, and much more. We think that you'll agree after listening to Andy that what CrowdHealth is pioneering is truly badass. If you have healthcare needs, and you want to cut your costs and support human beings rather than large insurance companies, CrowdHealth is more than worth a peek. You can come and go as you please, month to month, no stupid commitments, no confusing bullshit. And if you so choose, you can use code BLUE for a significant discount on your first six months. Lastly, as price starts heading north, I'm going to take time to remind all of you folks to self -custody your freaking Bitcoin. If you don't hold the private keys, you hold a Bitcoin IOU, not the real thing. Someone else is your Bitcoin Dom. Assuming you're not a sub, take custody yourself folks, or at the very least start learning how this process works. Our go -to solution for storing our Bitcoin private keys is the Cold Card. It's extremely secure, easy to use, and Bitcoin only. We've used these bad boys for years. They simply work. You can use code BCB, that's BCB, for a delectable discount on Cold Card, and click the CoinKite link down in our notes to see discounts on a variety of other CoinKite products, including the BlockLocks. Josh, Andy, Schoonover, Daniel, is here. In usual fashion, we just got a lot of good stuff out of the way before we click record, but we'll have to leave that up to the audience's imagination, right, Andy? We got some saucy stuff on the Sovereign Health podcast just before we click record that we can't disseminate to the world, unfortunately, now. We are. It's locked in. We're going to have to tread lightly in this one too, Andy, because we're going to be talking, I'm sure, quite a bit about being paramedics, about our day job. We actually had an incident in our last episode where this happened a couple of times on this show where we get a little too specific and we're like, wait, could that really fuck us down the road if a chief listened to that? We've got to basically go, this happened to someone we know at a neighboring department years ago, whatever story that we're about to just throw out there. Didn't happen with us. It happened with somebody else far, far away. Twenty years ago, we knew a guy that worked somewhere else that once had a patient where this went down. Friend of a friend. Exactly. Yeah. Well, good to hang out with you guys. It's been about, what, about a year since we last hung out. So appreciate y 'all having me on. I think about exactly. Now is the time. You know, everybody's thinking about healthcare for next year. So I appreciate y 'all having me on this time of year. As always, last year was super fun. So I'm sure we will not disappoint this time around. No, we won't. Yeah. We just finished open enrollment at the department. It's like herding cattle too. Like the, you know, they send out the initial email from HR, you get half of the firemen that do it. Another week goes by. You've got stragglers. You got to kind of get the shepherd's crook around their neck, pull them in the pen. It's like when you do a sexual harassment training, you know, nobody wants to do it. Like who wants to sit there and they want to click through, like, don't touch anyone on the penis. Don't look at anyone's ass, obviously like, yes, yes, I know I'll take the bullshit quiz. I'll get 75 % on it and I'll move on with my day. You guys went that direction. I was thinking more like doing taxes every year. Like it's one of those things like you hate doing, you know, we're actually going to put up a post either today or tomorrow on Twitter around, like do this once and never have to worry about it again. Cause we don't have open enrollments at crowd help. Like it's month to month. If you want to quit next month, if you want to quit in four years, you can quit in four years. Our average person's, you know, with us for two and a half or three years or something like that. So, um, you know, it takes five minutes to sign up. You never have to worry about it again. How beautiful is that? That's worth its weight in gold. Sure is. Yeah. I heard you when you were on with breed love, one of my main takeaways that everyone listening is thinking is why is the system and, and even just your plan, take it. If you've had a health insurance plan, an HMO, a PPO, whatever it is, it is one of the most confusing things anyone ever comes across. I consider myself squared away on so many fronts can, can read through these documents, generally understand them when it comes to healthcare.
Fresh update on "daniel" discussed on The Big Take
"Daniel from California, choosing whether to the pay rent or pay to fix the car to get to work doesn't leave us with much at all. Now we can't even pay for meals. Hunger is a story we can end. End it at feedingamerica .org. Brought to you by Feeding and America the Ad Council. I'm not sure if you're aware of this Paul, but I like to drive. I You do? do, and one reason is I like to listen to the new Bloomberg Business App, now featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. I love it too. All your favorite Bloomberg radio stations and podcasts plus news at the click of a button. And it's simple to use. Just download the free Bloomberg Business App and connect your phone to your car. The Bloomberg Business App now with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto features. Download it free in the Apple App Store or on Google Play. I always had to be so good no one could ignore me. Carve my path with data and drive, but some people only see who I am on paper. The paper ceiling. The limitations from degree screens to stereotypes that are holding back over 70 million stars. Workers skill through alternative routes rather than a bachelor's degree. It's time for skills to speak for themselves. Find resources for breaking through barriers at tatherpaperceiling .org. Brought to you by Opportunity at Work and The Bloomberg Business of Sports Podcast, where the money is flowing around the globe. Balance of power in F1 might be shifting. We take a look at mixed martial arts. Who is the next U S emerging rugby star? Michael Barr, Scarlet Fu and Damien Sessauer take you inside the decisions that power this multi -billion dollar industry. We talk tech and
Monitor Show 23:00 11-08-2023 23:00
"Investment advisors, switch to interactive brokers for lowest cost global trading and turnkey custody solutions. No ticket charges and no conflicts of your interests at ibkr .com slash ria. That's where administrative agencies weigh in. There are certainly a lot of administrative law cases this term. Thanks so much Adam, I always appreciate your insights. That's UCLA law professor Adam Winkler. I'm June Grasso and you're listening to Bloomberg. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Polls are closed across the country in several key elections. NBC News is projecting Kentucky Democratic Governor Andy Beshear will be reelected after fending off a challenge from Republican Attorney General Daniel Cameron. Polls are closed in Ohio where the state passed ballot measures to legalize marijuana and to enshrine abortion rights into its constitution. Ohio issue one establishes abortion protections in the state's constitution guaranteeing the right to an abortion up until fetal viability. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby says President Biden has talked with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on brief pauses in the fighting between Israel and Hamas. To allow for aid to get in, people to get out and for hostages to be released. This comes as Israel is bombarding the Gaza Strip and thousands of civilians have been killed. The special counsel leading Hunter Biden's gun and tax case says he has always had full authority over the investigation. Delaware U .S. Attorney David Weiss took questions from the House Judiciary Committee behind closed doors Tuesday. Five presidential candidates will take the stage Wednesday night in Miami for the third GOP debate.
Fresh update on "daniel" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia
"Folks that it's captured in the fighting. I think that, you know, what we're going to see in the coming hours really is some attempts to extend that truce to keep basically the fighting paused as long as possible. But really, that is going to run into you know, Israel's desire to wipe out Hamas and to deny them the ability to operate in Gaza. And Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has minced no words about that prospect. So, whether you know, this goes beyond tonight or later into the week, I think that's a very dubious proposition at this point, but certainly there's a lot of folks who are very much invested in extending for it as long as possible. Yeah, and the hostages won't exchange early today, as I understand it, and talk about more tonight, at least there was earlier in the day. Do we know whether that's happened or is happening? There have been several rounds of hostages released over the last several days, as you mentioned. I think that as time by, goes each round of releases, if you will, sort of some gives hope that there may be an extension of of the truce, of the pause, because obviously there's an incentive there if you feel like you can get another five hostages out of Gaza. If you feel like you can get a little bit more, that's an incentive to extend the pause. Now, on the flip side of that, we know the Israeli military is advising against extending the pause too long, because you don't want to give Hamas and its fighters a chance to kind of dig in, to group and to make it harder for Israel to achieve the success that it's set out for itself. So it's a very, you know, give and take situation. And, you know, we maybe could talk a little bit too about this sort of diplomacy that's going on between Saudi Arabia and Iran too, which is a very interesting aspect to all of this. Yeah, well, I mean, Saudi Arabia and Iran have been bitter enemies, and now Saudi Arabia looks like it's making an entree to try to get an extension of either the ceasefire or an ultimate peace. Yeah, I mean, this is a really interesting story by my colleague, Sam Dagger, out of Riyadh today, talking about Saudi Arabia trying to work with Iran on some sort of economic deal, some sort of financial support, some kind of diplomatic push in order to keep Iran sort of on the sidelines to a certain extent. Now, of course, we know that Iran has backed financially Hamas and Hezbollah, and has backed attacks or been linked to attacks on some US forces in the region, too. We haven't seen the spreading of this conflict as some feared in the initial days, yet. hopefully And that continues to be the case. But I think that there's some very complicated diplomacy going on with Saudi Arabia. Of course, before the October 7 attacks, there was this deal in the works for normalization between Saudi and Israel. So there's a lot of very complicated diplomacy going on behind the scenes. And I don't know whether the truce helps that, you know, to a certain extent, or whether it's just sort of delaying the inevitable resumption of fighting, which will only complicate things more. Yeah, now we have about 30 seconds left here, but if this pause does lapse, it would seem to be much tougher to get another one because it would mean Hamas has ended its desire for exchanges. Is that fair? Yeah, I think, you know, I think that's probably fair. I mean, to the extent that they, I mean, all along Hamas's strategy was to use captives in as a bargaining chip. So, you know, if they feel like they're not getting what they want out of that anymore, that could, you know, that could change the dynamics here very quickly. Yeah, very good. All right, Daniel, always great information. I really appreciate it, Dan. Thank you so much. So we'll get you more in just a few minutes here as well. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter, and we have more headlines coming up just on the other side. This is Bloomberg. Live from the Interactive Brokers Studio. Broadcasting coast to coast. Bloomberg 1130 New York. Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington. Bloomberg 1061 Boston. Bloomberg 960 San Francisco. Sirius XM 121. The Bloomberg Business App and Bloomberg .com. This is Daybreak Asia. It is 728 Thursday morning in Hong Kong, 1028 here in Sydney. I'm Paul Allen. And I'm Brian Curtis in Hong Kong looking in markets. Seems like we're in pretty narrow ranges. However, it looked like that yesterday morning as well, and then we got a pretty steep selloff in Hong Kong. We'll see whether or not that develops today. At the moment, we have futures in and around less than two or three tenths of 1 percent, either up or down. We'll get to the markets in about 10 minutes, but now the top stories. The world's advanced economies are
The LIBRE Initiative: Mobilizing Latinos for Freedom and Change
"Mike Gallagher. Garza is president of the Libre Initiative and we are so honored to join Mr. Garza. Thank you for spending some time with us here on the Mike Gallagher Show. Daniel, I've been reading about the Libre Initiative and I'm real excited about this because let's face it Hispanic voters could once again be the key to the to all of these elections starting with today. So welcome to the show. Introduce the Libre Initiative to our audience. What is the Libre Initiative, Daniel? Well thank you so much for having us on Mr. Gallagher. The Libre Initiative really is an organization that is national in scope. It's nonpartisan. It's nonprofit. But what we do basically is mobilize the Latino community to defend America's founding principles to make sure that the Latino community contributes to the defense of the freedoms that we enjoy in America. And you know that includes the free market system. That includes of course our freedom of expression. The freedom to believe and express our belief in a creator. All these things that are so important and sacred to us. You know for many years it was sort of assumed by Democrats that Hispanic voters are theirs. That that and and sort of it's been sort of culturally accepted that Hispanic voters are instinctively going to vote Democrat. You know as somebody who's been watching this for decades I've never understood that because the Hispanic people I know tend to be more solidly traditional sort of conservative Americans. They're pro -family. They're pro -religion. They're pro -faith. I mean good on the list. It feels like there is a sea change occurring. It does feel like more and more Hispanics are saying you know what it's time to get a turn away from the Democrat Party because Democrats are not looking out for us. No Mr. Gallagher you're absolutely right. Look for decades it was sort of our fault those on the center -right because we didn't do the connecting with the Latino community. It was a shift. Spanish -language television, unions, nonprofit organizations that were center -left that looked at government as the answer to every social ill under the sun. It just across the board the only policy conversations that were being held in the Latino community were folks from the center left. But that has changed as you have mentioned and there is a shift that is happening and that I think that shift also reflects a sophistication of the Latino voter. The voting despite past party loyalties the race of a candidate or false promises of immigration reform. They're focused on ideas and policies that will reverse I think that the current direction that we are
Fresh update on "daniel" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia
"The market was expecting a very modest expansion. Year on year industrial output 1 Alright, that is your market update. Let's get it over to Ed Baxter now. The latest on what's going on in the Middle East, Ed. Yeah, exactly right Paul. The current Israel -Hamas is nearing its end as talks continue. We're going to try to drill in a little bit here, get some information. Joining us is Bloomberg National Security reporter Daniel Flatley. Thanks again, Dan. Things have been pretty quiet in the past few hours. Where are we with a deadline? What do we know about the negotiations? Yeah, Thanks, Ed. So obviously, as you said, there's been a bit of a pause in the fighting because of this truce and there's been several hostages released by Hamas to Israel and Israel has also released some
Monitor Show 06:00 11-06-2023 06:00
"Interactive brokers' clients earn up to 4 .83 % on their uninvested, instantly available USD cash balances. Rates subject to change. Visit ibkr .com slash interest rates to learn more. Future of law. Visit Bloomberg law dot com. Up next, we'll get the latest on military and diplomatic efforts in the Israel -Hamas war. Plus, is it slow and steady with the rates for the Fed? It's coming up in our 6 a .m. news. Hour 2 of Bloomberg Daybreak starts now. Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits Turkey and Baghdad. Donald Trump takes the stand today at his civil trial in New York. And Warren Buffett hoards cash in Berkshire Hathaway's latest quarterly report. President Biden announces money for the long -awaited Gateway project. Plus, check your children's fruit pouches. Here's a recall. I'm Michael Barr. More ahead. I'm John Stash, Aaron Swartz. Another rough day for the Giants. Blown out by the Raiders. Daniel Jones injured again. The Jets tonight host the Chargers. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak. On Bloomberg 1130 New York. Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C. Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston. Bloomberg 960 San Francisco. Sirius XM 119. And around the world on Bloomberg Radio dot com and via the Bloomberg Business App. Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Karen Moscow. And futures this morning are higher. S &P futures up two tenths of a percent or so.
Fresh update on "daniel" discussed on Simply Bitcoin
"Score purple glasses inspired by Max Kaiser. Okay. Love it. Love it. All right. Well, so thanks for filling in all week. Nico should be back tomorrow. Hopefully we I don't know. I'm the last one to know as well. So I think he'll be back tomorrow. But if not go check out Sophie on the YouTube and Twitter timeline. Hell yeah. Thank you guys for having me. It's been a great week. Let's go. All right, Daniel before you go. Thank you. First and foremost. Thank you very much for showing up on the show spreading that wisdom. I think it's very insightful for for newer Bitcoiners to get that signal from the og older Bitcoiners that have been around for a while. Maybe a little more wise in the ways they talk about Bitcoin, but is there anything you want to plug where can people find you? Yeah, the you can reach me on Twitter, right? It's right there. DKA 218 the best way as I said, my DMS are open and you know, I can always point people on the direction of others other things that I that I may have done or will do from that point and yeah, I was like to say right you can either learn from your own mistakes or from someone else's so, you know, please please learn from my mistakes and I just want to say again, you know recipes to Charlie Munger, right? There's some Bitcoiners. I think he's he was the enemy because he was anti Bitcoin, but he's not right and if you actually look at some of the things he said he said, you know, you're you're looking for a mispriced gamble. That's what investing is. And he said, you know, the idea of excessive diversification is madness and the big money is not in the buying and selling but in the waiting, so if he was born later, he would have been a Bitcoiner, right? You have to understand when people in their 90s, they're not necessarily interested in learning a totally new thing when what they already know has been working very well for them. That's all so I'm sure you know and when we're all in our 90s will be a little perplexed as to what's happening at the time that that's it and you can learn a lot from people who might you know, vigorously disagree with you as well. So so that's it. Yeah, you can connect to me on Twitter and that and I really appreciate being on the show. This was a lot of fun now. Appreciate it. Daniel wise words from a Bitcoiner that's been around you can tell there is a no longer the you know, the the ecstasy of being a new Bitcoiner. You're like a sober Bitcoin is like I've been around guys like don't be assholes. It's pretty simple man. It's way easier. What's the saying? It's way easier catching flies with honey than shit or something. I don't know bees with honey. I forget what the meme is. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. He catch catch with you know, honey than vinegar or something like that. Yeah, something like that. Anyway, anyways, thank you for coming on Daniel really appreciate it. We'll bring you on again. Let me know let us know. Well, we'll schedule you another time and we can talk about whatever you want to talk about. Absolutely. We'll be great. All right. Awesome. All right guys. Well, you're into the deal. Like subscribe share all that good stuff share all Bitcoin content. It's about spreading the signal. It's about making sure more people understand why they should Bitcoin why they need Bitcoin. It's about incepting the ideas of freedom into people and at times kind of like what Daniel said, you know, you bait the hook for the fish you're trying to catch and then don't just bombard people with everything you know about Bitcoin. I know we get excited but sometimes asking them some pointed questions is the best way to orange pill. Anyways, guys, we will be back tomorrow. Of course for our daily show. Make sure you're checking out our YouTube. We were dropping content constantly and you know signing off guys get outside cut some grass eat some good food hang out with people you love. This is the way it's all about becoming a better person on that note guys. Peace out. It's your boy Opti. I will see you tomorrow.
Monitor Show 05:00 11-06-2023 05:00
"Investment Advisors. Switch to Interactive Brokers for lowest cost global trading and turnkey custody solutions. No ticket charges and no conflicts of your interests at ibkr .com slash ria. Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. From the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios, this is Bloomberg Daybreak for Monday, November 6th. Coming up today. Israeli troops encircle Gaza City and say they've seized the Hamas base. We bring you the latest from Israel. Diplomatic efforts continue as Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits Turkey and Baghdad. Donald Trump takes the stand today at his civil trial in New York. And Warren Buffett hoards cash in Berkshire Hathaway's latest quarterly report. President Biden announces money for the long -awaited Gateway Project. Plus, check your children's fruit pouches. Here's a recall. I'm Mikey Barr. More ahead. I'm John Stash, Aaron Swartz. Another rough day for the Giants. Blown out by the Raiders. Daniel Jones injured again. The Jets tonight host the Chargers. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak. On Bloomberg 1130 New York. Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C. Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston. Bloomberg 960 San Francisco. Sirius XM 119. And around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business App. Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Karen Moskow. And U .S. stock index futures are higher. S &P futures up to tenths of a percent, about 8 points. Dow futures, little change. Nasdaq futures have a quarter percent, or 37 points. And the 10 -year Treasury yield, 4 .58 percent. Nathan? Karen, we begin with the latest on the war. Israel's military says its ground forces have now encircled Gaza City and taken control of a Hamas base. We get more from Bloomberg's Paul Wallace. They stepped up.
Fresh update on "daniel" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe
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A highlight from SEC Is Reprimanded by Government Accountability Office (And It Could Lead to Lawsuits)
"Welcome back to The Breakdown with me, NLW. It's a daily podcast on macro, Bitcoin, and the big picture power shifts remaking our world. What's going on, guys? It is Wednesday, November 1st, and today we are talking about the SEC being reprimanded by another government body. Before we get into that, however, if you are enjoying The Breakdown, please go subscribe to it, give it a rating, give it a review, or if you want to dive deeper into the conversation, come join us on the Breakers Discord. You can find a link in the show notes or go to bit .ly slash breakdown pod. All right, friends. Well, as I mentioned earlier this week, I am heading off later today actually for around five days. So the breakdown will be taking basically its first break ever. And so what I'm going to try to do today is get through as many of the big stories that are floating around as possible. The most important one I think in many ways is this reprimand of the SEC by the Government Accountability Office. But before we get to that, let's wrap up our coverage of SPF's testimony. Sam's cross -examination finished up on Tuesday with U .S. Assistant Attorney Danielle Sassoon getting specific about what Sam knew as FTX came crashing down. The questioning for the day began with an inquiry into Sam's cozy relationship with regulators and government officials in the Bahamas. Sam continually denied knowledge of the details. This included him initially claiming to not remember inviting the Prime Minister of the Bahamas to a private dinner with Bill Clinton and Tony Blair during an FTX conference. This struck most observers as a very bizarre thing to claim to forget. And as Carly Riley from overpriced JPEGs put it, that was a classic Sam moment that just embodies the way he answers everything where you're pulling teeth. Even for things that are benign, you can just admit that you invited the Prime Minister to dinner. Now, eventually, Sam admitted that there had been, quote, something like a dinner with them and Sam quibbling over whether or not there had been food. Sam was asked whether he offered to pay off the Bahamas' national debt of around $11 .6 billion, which he also couldn't remember. The upshot of this line of questioning was that Sam admitted that after FTX collapsed, he had offered to allow Bahamian residents to withdraw their funds in preference to other customers. Sam's defense had addressed this point at length earlier in their case, presenting a witness who testified that Bahamian regulators had compelled some of Sam's actions after the bankruptcy. Moving on, Sassoon asked Sam what he knew about customer funds being spent by Alameda via their subsidiary, North Dimension. She pinned Sam down to acknowledge clearly that, by either September or October of 2022, he was aware that customer funds had been used for venture investments and expenses. He carefully avoided using the wording that customer funds had been spent. Sam claimed that he thought this had been permissible, but he didn't think it had been happening prior to September. He admitted that this use of customer funds for investments was not disclosed. Sassoon confirmed with Sam that he had been CEO of Alameda when North Dimension had been set up for the purposes of receiving customer deposits. Sam claimed he didn't recall giving directions to Alameda employees to hold that money for the benefit of FTX customers, nor segregate the deposits from other Alameda funds. Springing her trap, Sassoon confirmed that at the same time that he knew that no protections were in place, Sam had made representations before Congress about the safeguarding of customers' assets. Now, establishing Sam's frame of mind when he claims to have discovered that there was an $8 billion hole in Alameda's balance sheet, Sassoon asked, You didn't call in your deputies and employees and say, who spent $8 billion? Sam said that he had only asked Carolyn Ellison, then CEO of Alameda, how it had happened. He also confirmed that no one was fired for spending $8 billion of customer funds. Moving back to June of 2022, Sassoon asked Sam about what he did after he discovered the bug in the accounting system, which he claims had caused Alameda's liabilities to be overstated by $8 billion in the fiat AT account. Sam testified that he was told by FTX engineering executives Gary Wong and Nishad Singh that, quote, they were busy and I should stop asking questions because it was distracting. Sassoon confirmed that his, quote, supervisees told you to stop asking questions. Sam had testified that he briefly believed that Alameda could be on the verge of bankruptcy and that he had canceled a flight to Washington to deal with the problem. Sam was asked whether he remembered Adam Yedidiah telling him after the bug was fixed that Alameda still owed $8 billion. After Sam evaded answering the question numerous times, the judge snapped, demanding that Sam put an answer on the record. Sam said he didn't remember being told on that day, but that he was eventually told. Sassoon circled back to testimony Sam had given on Monday, where he claimed that certain Alameda payments could be characterized as margin trades, specifically repaying loans to external lenders. Sam acknowledged that billions of dollars worth of venture investments in mining firm Genesis Digital Assets, K5 Partners, and Anthropic AI were not margin trades on FTX. Sam confirmed that he had directed most of these large -dollar investments made by Alameda. Sassoon used this information to discuss the state of the Alameda balance sheet in July after lenders had begun recalling their loans. She noted that the balance sheet included all of these illiquid investments as long -term assets. The prosecution pulled up a tweet which said that Alameda had quote, "...returned most of our loans by now. Sam was forced to admit that it did not correctly state most of our third -party loans." Winding up her cross -examination, Sassoon sought to establish that Sam had conspired with Caroline, Gary, and Nishad to commit wire fraud and money laundering. She played a segment of the audio recording of Caroline's final all -hands meeting at Alameda one more time for the jury. In that clip, Caroline was pressed by an employee to answer who knew about the use of customer funds. The employee said, "...I'm sure this wasn't just a YOLO thing, right?" Caroline responded, "...I guess I talked about it with Sam, Nishad, and Gary." After numerous objections, Sassoon finally landed on a question about the conspiracy that she was allowed to ask. She questioned whether Caroline, Gary, and Nishad were the ones involved in the decisions to spend FTX customer money by Alameda. Sam said no initially, but acknowledged that each of the co -conspirators had pled guilty and cooperated with the government. To close out, Sassoon presented a document written by Sam in late December 2022 after he had been arrested and released on bail. The document was a list of things Sam was mulling over as he stewed in his parents' home. It included a substantial section on Nishad, who had not yet been charged by the DOJ. Sam noted that the complaints filed against Caroline and Gary had referred to three co -conspirators leaving Nishad out of the picture. Sam wrote, Sassoon left this document as her lasting impression for the jury. The document implied that Sam was well aware of the key participants in the crimes alleged. Afterwards, the defense led Sam through redirect questioning. Sam claimed that because his companies were private, he believed their disclosure requirements to customers were limited. Other than transparency disclosing liquidation orders, Sam said, The answer seemed to avoid the main issue of whether FTX had a duty to disclose its financial peril to customers. Sam was able to give his long and complete explanation of how repaying lenders could be considered a margin trade. His explanation was that quote, Sam also addressed his poor recollection of events. He said that he had conducted over 50 interviews in the wake of the FTX collapse and couldn't recall every single statement he made to a journalist during that period. Still, maybe the most telling statement from Sam came when he was asked why he had testified that he had not spent the $8 billion in customer funds. He responded, Good lord, the word salad. We'll come back to that point in just a moment. Anyways, with Sam's testimony over, the defense rested their case. The prosecution declined to present a rebuttal case, so the evidence in the trial was over. Lawyers held a charging conference with the judge to finalize the substance of jury instructions. The party settled how the law surrounding the seven charges of fraud and money laundering will be explained to the jury before they begin their deliberations. In a promising sign for the prosecution, the judge ruled that he would instruct the jury to find Sam guilty of defrauding customers if they believed that he had misrepresented FTX rather than strictly if he had misappropriated funds. The defense had asked for the jury to be instructed that British law governs the FTX terms of service. The judge quickly cut down that argument, noting that, Today, both parties are expected to deliver their closing arguments, followed by jury instructions from the judge. The jury could have the case in their hands for deliberation as soon as tomorrow morning. And of course, if Sam is found guilty, he likely won't be sentenced for several months once a hearing can be scheduled. I want to turn it over again to Carly Riley, the host of Overpriced JPEGs, to give the sum up. First, on the prosecutor, Daniel Sassoon, she wrote, Now on Sam's performance, she wrote, I think that served him well because he seemed a little bit more likable, at least. But ultimately, she summed up, And in what I think is the most telling statement and reflects what I was saying yesterday, in my argument that Sam ultimately just never viewed any asset or any company that he was associated with as anything other than one big pool for him to do whatever he wanted Carly said, The drama, man.
Monitor Show 07:00 11-01-2023 07:00
"Investment Advisors. Switch to interactive brokers for lowest cost global trading and turnkey custody solutions. No ticket charges and no conflicts of your interests at ibkr .com slash ria. This is Bloomberg Radio. Financial conditions have tightened a little bit, but the economy is still rolling. This has been an extraordinary year. We've seen a remarkably resilient U .S. economy. We're going to see competition return in a lot of spaces. So far, the U .S. consumer has been incredibly resilient, but that's going to change. We're seeing a lot of cracks in the consumer story starting to emerge. This is Bloomberg Surveillance with Tom Kean, Jonathan Ferro and Lisa Abramowitz. Good morning, everyone. Jonathan Ferro, Lisa Abramowitz and Tom Kean on Radio on Television Fed Day. Jonathan Ferro on assignment. He's doing secret projects. I think it's off his Daniel Levy thing. Secret projects. He had a great interview with the tots and boom. So, it's Lisa Abramowitz and Tom Kean here on Fed Day. We'll drive into the afternoon. We've got a great lineup for you for the Fed Show. Great lineup. Now, Dominic Constam is starting at six o 'clock hour. Edward Yardeni will be with us in moments. And because of that, we're going to do another speed through the opening segments here. The speed you need to know is a slowdown in the equity markets at negative 15 right now. The VIX 18 .25 bond market's given us some dynamics. Priya Misra scheduled to be with us with J .P. Morgan on this disinversion. I know 16 basis points. It's getting a teensy, weenser, vanilla spread, which I think is worth talking about here. 4 .91 % in the 10 -year yield. DXY got dollar strength. And Lisa, I mean, to start off the dialogue here, the currency market's talking to us.
A highlight from SBF Trial, Day 15: Prosecutors Hammer Bankman-Frieds Contradictions With Reams of Evidence
"The paperback version of my book, The Cryptopians, is out now. It contains a new afterword covering recent developments in crypto since 2021, when the book went to press. Plus, this version names the person I suspect to be the DAO hacker. In case you never got to read the book in hardback, or, like me, you like to read paperbacks or bedtime reading, order today. Check our newsletter and the show notes for the link, or just search for it at any of your favorite bookstores. It's The Cryptopians, idealism, greed, lies, and the making of the first big cryptocurrency craze. Thanks for reading. Thanks for tuning in to the day 15 recap of the SPF trial. Sorry it's a little bit late. I had to head to the courthouse at an ungodly hour in order to try to make it into the courtroom on Monday. And while I succeeded, it made me unable to work on the video Monday evening. Sam Bankman -Fried's attorneys ended their direct examination of their client Monday morning, allowing the government to cross -examine SPF for four hours. During that time, Assistant U .S. Attorney Daniel Sassoon relentlessly highlighted contradictions in his testimony against previous statements, severely undermining his credibility and potentially ending Bankman -Fried's chance to win over a single jury member. The prosecution's intense and relentlessly devastating interrogation of the defendant repeatedly SPF's used own words against him. When he would evade her questions or not admit to an act or a statement he had made, she would pull up audio, video, and print interviews of Bankman -Fried, testimony he sent to Congress, memos to himself, internal Alameda or FTX documents, spreadsheets, etc., in which his own words or actions contradicted his testimony. At one point, she raised the fact that the defendant had months to look over the government's evidence. The inference was that he had chosen to testify under oath in contradiction of the evidence anyway. Sassoon's cross -examination was a seemingly endless presentation of direct evidence of SPF's previous statements contradicting his current or recent testimony. She began her questioning by saying, Mr. Bankman -Fried, you testified a bunch about Alameda. Up through November of 2022, you owned 90 % of Alameda, correct? With her voice ringing out clearly in the courtroom. The energy of her statement shouted confidence. Early on, Sassoon questioned whether Bankman -Fried recalled saying in 2022 that he was, quote, walled off from Alameda's trading. He responded, quote, I would say I was not involved for the most part. I would not say I was not involved at all in any way. Pulling up a signal chat composed of Bankman -Fried, Caroline Ellison, Sam Tribuco, and Ben Shia, Sassoon pointed out that, in the messages, Bankman -Fried expressed his desire to buy MAPS tokens to decrease Alameda's time -weighted average price of the asset. Although he did not agree that that was trading, Sassoon also brought up SPF's instructions to Ellison to properly hedge, which he then admitted is a form of trading. Sassoon raised the many media interviews he conducted after FTX's bankruptcy. She got him to agree that, as CEO, it was important for him to be truthful and precise when talking about FTX. Then Sassoon played a clip from a Twitter Spaces in which he said, quote, I was intentionally not getting involved in Alameda because I was concerned about a conflict of interest. She read aloud a part of a Financial Times article about Alameda that said, quote, the FTX founder insisted that he had walled himself off from trading and risk management at the Alameda research trading firm. Another contradiction she pointed out was in his public support for regulation and customer protection versus his private statements on it. She asked him, quote, Do you recall, yes or no, telling your followers on Twitter in October that your support for regulation was contingent upon protecting customers? Though he claimed he did not recall, she showed a tweet from him saying exactly that. Then she showed him contradicting himself by drawing up a screenshot of his Twitter DMs with journalist Kelsey Piper, which were published in Vox. Sassoon read aloud Piper's question, quote, You said a lot of stuff about how you wanted to make regulations, just good ones. Was that pretty much just PR, too? And then Sassoon asked SVF to read aloud the last two texts in his response. He said in front of the jury, quote, Yeah, just PR. Fuck regulators. Sassoon's next question was, quote, You called members of crypto Twitter, which included your own followers and customers, dumb motherfuckers, right? He admitted calling, quote, a specific subset of them in private conversation that way. One recurring theme was Bankman Fried's inability to answer basic questions about FTX. He responded, I may have or something similar to the following questions by Sassoon. You said publicly while you were CEO of FTX that FTX had reformed how crypto exchanges worked, didn't you? You recall saying that you had built a responsible system. Do you recall describing FTX as a thoughtful exchange? Do you recall describing FTX as having a healthy take on risk management? Do you recall saying that you were providing clarity and transparency to the crypto system? Isn't it true you also told customers that there always has been regulation in crypto and we always have had duties? Over and over again in public forums, you described the FTX platform as safe, correct? In October, you also told the public that customers mattered more than anything, didn't you? You even tweeted that lying to customers breaks sacred rules of conduct everyone knows to follow, didn't you? In your testimony, you described how the risk and clearing model for FTX International's platform worked, right? Since he so often claimed to not remember what he had said, Sassoon often showed evidence of his prior statements. For example, she asked SPF to read his tweet from August 9, 2021, which read, quote, and as always, our users' funds and safety comes first. Sassoon also introduced Bankman Fried's testimony in front of Congress in a document titled FTX's Key Principles to emphasize how SPF would lay out how FTX offered protections for investors in a multitude of ways, including the maintenance of adequate liquidity as a means to ensure that customers could withdraw their funds upon request. At point, Spankman Fried led his annoyance with Sassoon's show. For instance, when she asked him to read a phrase on a document, after he read a different part of the text, she redirected him back to the phrase she wanted him to read. Instead of reading it directly, he said, quote, the first word is preventing. The second word is clawbacks. The prosecution showed that SPF's testimony around the government's core allegations was also inconsistent with his prior statements and actions. When the prosecution brought up the Google spreadsheet created by Ellison that had eight tabs, seven containing doctored versions of Alameda's balance sheets, Sassoon's and Bankman Fried's back and forth on whether he remembered the spreadsheet took up four pages of the transcript. He said, quote, I don't recall it being in this particular document. I remember receiving a document that at least looks like one of the tabs on it. I don't remember exactly what it said, etc. Sassoon finally showed the Google metadata, which revealed that he looked at the document on June 19th, 2022. She also pointed out that by the time of his testimony, he knew that the government had gotten metadata from Google about this document. And though she didn't say it, the implication was that he'd chosen to say something under oath that directly contradicted the evidence anyway. Sassoon brought up Bankman Fried's testimony from Thursday's evidentiary hearing, in on what they could do with those funds, that they could buy muffins if they wanted. Then she pointed out that there were rules for when customers could withdraw borrowed funds. They could do so if they had spot margin enabled, and that if they withdrew money, they needed the borrow to be collateralized by assets on the exchange. Although he said he wasn't sure about the rules about collateral on the exchange, she pointed out that that was an essential feature of the liquidation engine, since it could not liquidate assets it could not access. And that, in fact, he had given this testimony to Congress under oath. Under her questioning, he admitted that there was only one customer besides Alameda that was allowed to withdraw money from FTX by pledging outside investments as collateral. That was a firm, Cryptolotus, that he said had a junior employee with whom he was friendly. However, Cryptolotus was allowed to withdraw only $100 million. Later on, she drew up an FTX line of credit agreement. She began reading one of the terms of the agreement, which began, quote, Then, she asked SPF to read one of the points below it to finish the sentence. He said, quote, The prosecution also asked Bankman Fried about his more than $600 million equity stake in the trading app Robinhood. Bankman Fried had purchased a large number of Robinhood shares via Alameda Research, which Notre Dame professor Peter Easton noted was primarily funded by FTX customer money. Sassoon and Bankman Fried had a back and forth to establish whether he was the sole member of Alameda's board of directors, highlighting the defendant's tendency to avoid responding in direct answers. The tension evolved to the point where Judge Kaplan jumped in to clarify, asking Bankman Fried, Sassoon asserted that after FTX declared bankruptcy, SPF filed an affidavit to lay claim to the Robinhood shares. Then she asked him whether FTX customers could access their deposits at the time SPF filed the affidavit. His lawyer, Mark Cohen, objected, and the lawyers went to the sidebar where Sassoon defended her use of the affidavit by saying, Judge Kaplan overruled the objection. Because of the competing versions of SPF's and Sun's testimonies, Allen may provide outside corroboration to one of them. Thanks for tuning in, and for more updates on the finish of the cross -examination, check back on the pod and check my Twitter and YouTube for more real -time updates. Thanks for listening.
A highlight from The Economics of AI & Bitcoin Mining with Daniel Roberts
"If you want to keep pushing more renewables onto the grid in the absence of a price signal, in the absence of underlying demand, there's only one group that pays for that. It's the taxpayer. Hello there. Happy Monday. I hope you're all doing well. Right. If you didn't see it, Danny and I announced a cheat code last week. Our conference is going to be held in Bedford next year, April 12th and 13th. We're doing things a little bit differently. We're doing one day a conference, but the second day where you're all hungover, we're going to be doing football. We're going to take you all down to Macmillan Park to watch Real Bedford to see our cheat code in action. And do you know what? With our ladies' team top of the league, they've won every game. The men's team, they can go top of the league if they win tomorrow, actually, on my birthday. And with Bitcoin looking strong and a halving in place in April, it looks like it might be some special event. So hopefully we'll see some of you there. If you want to get a ticket, please head over to cheatcode .co .uk. Anyway, welcome to the What Bitcoin Did podcast, which is brought to you by the legends at Iris Energy, the largest NASDAQ listed Bitcoin miner using 100 % renewable energy. I'm your host, Peter McCormack. And today I've actually got Iris Energy co -CEO, Dan Roberts, on the show. Now first met Dan earlier this year in Canada. Me and Danny went out to meet the guys. We were discussing them becoming a sponsor. And we were really intrigued by their takes on mining. We really liked the company's approach. Their values matched ours. And I've got to know Dan pretty well over the last year. And I love listening to him talk about mining, especially the stuff recently where he's been talking about AI as well. We had a good conversation about this when we were in Australia. And I said to Dan, come on, you need to come on the show. You need to tell the listeners about what you're up to and your takes on mining. Now, Dan is the co -CEO of Will, and they've been building Iris with a long -term plan in mind. And it shows with every decision they're making. So in this episode, we get into co -integration of Bitcoin mining with AI Compute. The economics of mining and the halving and how Bitcoin is helping the grid. So if you've got any questions about this or anything else, please do get in touch. My email address is hello at whatbitcoindid .com.
A highlight from Boxing with Chris Mannix - Tyson Fury and Daniel Cormier stop by
"You might a pro when it comes to what you do, but we can't all be pros at everything. Take home repairs, remodeling, and renovations, that's not something you want to trust to anyone but a skilled professional. For me, it is getting someone to fix the leak on the roof of my house in Vermont. I'm telling you, this has been the bane of my existence since I purchased this place. I have been through multiple different construction workers, roof repairmen, everything, and I can't seem to get the damn thing fixed. Angie's List is now Angie, where you connect with a local pro to tackle jobs big and small, inside and out. Whether it's fixing a leaky faucet, building a deck, even pest control and lawn services, Angie gets you in touch with the right pro for the task at hand. Angie provides robust digital tools and innovative solutions to make it easier than ever to get anything you need for your home done right. Me, the next time that roof starts to leak, and there will be a next time, you better believe I'm going to be on Angie. With the Angie app or on angie .com, you can research and connect with local pros who come highly rated and recommended by people right in your neighborhood. Compare prices, get clear and upfront pricing, and hire a pro all with a few taps of a button. And with Angie, they'll work around your schedule and show up when it's most convenient or even that same day. Download the free Angie mobile app or visit angie .com. That's angie .com. Whatever your project is, you can just Angie that and connect with skilled professionals.
A highlight from FinCEN Report | SBF Taking the Stand | Home-Schooling vs Public Education with Brady Swenson, Nico Moran, and Daniel Prince - October 26th, 2023
"Hello, and welcome to the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast brought to you by Swan Bitcoin, the best way to buy and learn about Bitcoin. I'm your host, Alex Danson, and we're excited to announce that we're bringing the Cafe Bitcoin Conversations Twitter Spaces to you on this show, the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast, Monday through Friday every week. Join us as we speak to guests like Michael Saylor, Len Alden, Corey Clifston, Greg Foss, Tomer Strohleit, and many others in the Bitcoin space. Also, be sure to hit that subscribe button. Make sure you get notifications when we launch a new episode. You can join us live on Twitter Spaces Monday through Friday, starting at 7 a .m. Pacific and 10 a .m. Eastern every morning to become part of the conversation yourself. Thanks again. We look forward to bringing you the best Bitcoin content daily here on the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast. Good morning, everybody, and welcome to Cafe Bitcoin. Our mission for this show is to provide the signal in a sea of noise and teach the other 7 billion people on this planet why there's hope because of this bright orange future that we call Bitcoin. Anyways, I hope everyone is having a great Thursday morning. Today, we have a very special show lined up for you guys. We're going to cover a variety of topics in the beginning, and then our co -founder Brady Swenson is going to be joining us about 10 .30 my time, 9 .30 central time. And we're going to be having a very important discussion regarding the FinCEN proposal. So that should be a very interesting topic and discussion. I'm not going to lie that it is very important for us Bitcoiners. How the events played out were very, very interesting, to say the least. Also in other news, the election in Argentina on Sunday, which was really, really interesting. I think a lot of people were expecting Javier Milli to win. Javier Milli is a very interesting figure, I would say divisive in a way as well. But in terms of moving the Overton window, in terms of changing things in a way where this was a mainstream politician that really got the idea popular of ending a central bank. And that is absolutely insane. If we were talking about that 10 years ago, I don't think that would have even been talked about. Also in other news as well, Gemini was sued by the New York Attorney General. They literally said that Gemini committed fraud, which I thought was something that Bitcoiners have been saying for a while now.
WSJ: Iran Trained Hundreds of Hamas Fighters for Attack
"Accused Iran of being a key force behind the coordinated Hamas attack on Israel and which it succeeded in disabling the high -tech Gaza border fence and streaming across the border to carry out its devastating assault on nearby communities which included taking at least 224 Iran people hostage has welcomed the Hamas assault but denies it played a role in its planning. According to the Wall Street Journal report Iranian Brigadier General Ismail Qani the head of Quds Force attended the training activities led by the IRGC Hours before the report was published IDF spokesman Rear Admiral Daniel Hagary Trinity pointed finger a directly at Iran for helping to plan the brutal attack Hagary said in a press conference Wednesday that Iran had directly aided Hamas quote before the war with training supplying weapons money and technological know -how unquote even now he added a rate quote Iranian Iranian aid to Hamas continues in the form of intelligence and online incitement meeting with French Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu echoed comments he's made to other visiting world leaders Israel's that facing an access of evil led by Iran Hezbollah Hamas the hoodies their minions who are fighting to bring back the Middle East the world to the early Middle Ages Wall Street journalist reported that Iranian security officials quote gave the green light unquote for the assault a meeting at in Beirut five days before October 7 citing senior members of Hamas and Lebanon's Iran backed Hezbollah movement
A highlight from Three Lessons from the Book of Exodus: Charlie's Speech to Colorado Christian Academy
"I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created. Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific Mortgage at andrewandtodd .com. Thank you, everybody. Thank you. Okay, please take a seat. I'm going to close this. Okay, so I want to get to question and answer because I think that's actually the most fun, and I have a feeling there's a lot of questions. There's a lot I could talk about. First, I just want to say there's something really exciting happening in the country where I'm getting invited to speak at schools like this all across the country that didn't exist a decade ago, where parents are starting to rise up and start new communities and start new schools. This is exactly what is necessary in the country right now. Because there if is a woke private school and a failed public school, just start a new school. And we are really good at starting new things. We're really bad at preserving our things from getting captured and infiltrated. That's a separate issue. They're experts at infiltration, experts at destabilization. But I just want to compliment and commend the whole team here. Think really big because the demand is greater than you could ever imagine. I Colorado. love I hate what these people have done to it. And you have to think multigenerationally. You really do. And that's why this effort is so incredibly important. And you have no idea the child that you might be helping educate at Colorado Christian, the impact that they might make. You have no idea if they might be a changemaker, an entrepreneur, a senator, a congressman, something beyond your wildest imagination. Or the most important thing, a loyal husband and wife and someone who loves the Lord, honestly, even beyond a massive changemaker. So I'm going to actually talk about my favorite book of the Bible. I don't think you'll really guess it. It's funny. I love the word and I love what it does to you through different walks of life. And because I'm a glutton for punishment, I've decided to go through the first five books of the Bible in original Hebrew and go verse by verse. If you want a really big challenge, do that. Just finished Leviticus. That's no fun at all. It's unbelievably awesome as a Christian to read Leviticus for many different reasons. And it's amazing. But my favorite book of the Bible is the book of Exodus. And it's not quoted enough or understood enough. And I really think that there's more parallels for what we're living through right now in the book of Exodus than almost any other part of the word. I And so was studying and studying Exodus and so much pops out. So I'm going to go three lessons that I think we as believers, we as patriots, can derive from the book of Exodus. And some you say, OK, I've heard that one before. But I guarantee you I'm going to isolate a verse that you've probably never heard any pastor ever isolate. It's just kind of what I call a flyover verse. You know what I'm talking about? Where you just kind of skim. You're like, OK, let's go. You know, it's like the verse before John 3 16, John 3 15 and John 3 17. Does anyone know those? Probably not. Well, maybe in this room. But very few people do, right? It's a flyover verse. So it's first important to remember Exodus in Greek means the way out. Ex hodos, right? And the actual labeling of the verse is Israelites oppressed or the captivity in Egypt. The whole Old Testament, the first five books of the Bible of the word of God is centered around Egypt. Egypt is actually the villain of the Torah. Egypt is tyranny. Egypt is authoritarianism. Egypt is paganism. Egypt is godlessness. Egypt is one size fits all rule. Said differently, Egypt is the Biden administration. And so now if I offended you, you're in the wrong dinner. I'm sorry. Like so and the whole Bible is written even in Genesis. It's written as a refutation of Egypt. And if you know anything, devout Jews will tell you that the Exodus is the most important thing. Creation and Exodus are the two most important parts of Jewish life, right? Whether it be the Passover Seder, whether it be the Shema, whatever it is, Egypt is the whole ballgame, right? And like remember how we were delivered from Egypt and I'll dive into that. So there's this amazing thing and you remember the end of Genesis, right? Joseph does this remarkable stuff. He doesn't do it. God doesn't through Joseph and he's just a messenger. And he basically saves Egypt from famine and from starvation and saves the whole civilization, right? And the first chapter of Exodus sets up the whole, it's what I call the turning point chapter and we're living through this right now in America. And this is why Christian education is so important and why supporting this academy is so important. And it's a verse that you would just kind of read over and like, okay, yeah, whatever. Then rose a king over Egypt who did not know Joseph. Okay, Charlie, what's the big deal? That's exactly what's happening on university campuses across the country. Then rose a generation that did not know George Washington. Then rose a generation who did not know Abraham Lincoln. You get tyranny when you forget the sacrifices that were made before you. You get tyranny when you don't know your history. Right there, the entire book of Exodus gets set up. So here's Joseph that through God saves them from famine, saves them from starvation. The Egyptians should have statues made to Joseph. They should have songs made to Joseph. But all it took was one king who didn't have the memory of what Joseph did before. And then what happens? That king rises and everything changes. He says, who are these Israelites? They multiply like insects. Let's get rid of these guys. If you fail to pass down your values from one generation to the other, you can quickly all of a sudden get authoritarianism, tyranny, murder, genocide very, very quickly. It can happen in one generation. And I don't think we as Christians isolate this teaching enough because we act as if it happens automatically sometimes. Like, oh, I can send my kid to government school and they'll still share my values. You know, we go to church once a quarter and, you know, we listen to Christian music, you know, every so often and, you know, like through osmosis. And even in the cocktail reception, people come up to me and they say, Charlie, how am I supposed to deal with kids that don't share my values? How did this happen? And my question is always the same. You know, what college did they go to? Always. And in this case, it was Northwestern in Michigan, right? So nice selections. But again, I'm not picking on you guys. It's a very sweet couple. But it was just stood out, right? And you're here tonight because you want your children to share your values, that you want your children to live in liberty. And so that verse right there should be our mission statement. We never want to have a king or a sovereign, the people, ever not know the sacrifices that were made before. When I visit college campuses, and I visit college campuses so you don't have to, I am told, Charlie, the founders were a bunch of racist old dead white guys. We're a colonistic, colonialistic, misogynistic, homophobic, terrible country. That's a generation that did not know Joseph. So then all of a sudden they have a willingness and openness for tyranny, for totalitarianism, authoritarianism, because that is actually how we are naturally programmed. I actually didn't plan to talk about this, but it's just a little bit of a side note. The human being wants to be taken care of far more than they want to be free. Freedom is a value. You naturally do not want to be free. And if you disagree, you are not paying attention during COVID. People that were otherwise some of the most rational people that I knew lost their bloody mind masks wearing in a car alone because they wanted to be told what to do. Freedom requires risk. You cannot be free without chance. You can't have both. If you want to have everything taken care of, go commit a federal crime, or just become a conservative, because inevitably you'll end up in federal prison, and then you'll go to jail. There's no freedom, but there is assuredness at prison. Three meals a day, bunk you don't have to pay for, you don't have to work for what you get. Prison is the opposite of freedom. And so here's the Israelites that are living in total totalitarianism because a king came who did not know what the previous generation did. The next verse, Exodus 1 17, one of my favorite verses in the whole Bible, and I screamed this at pastors, and I yelled it at pastors, and I was unsuccessful. And I'll tell you why. But the midwives to the Hebrews, as in the original Hebrew it says this, feared God. Now the verse before it, Exodus 1 16, the king who forgot Joseph was like, hey, murder all the firstborn, murder them all, kill the babies. Now we would know nothing about killing babies in our civilization. We're way more advanced than that, obviously. We would never do such a thing ever, obviously. Look how advanced we are. We have Twitter and air conditioning, right? So this is, I always laugh when people say the Bible is such a medieval text, we've advanced so far. Yeah, right. No, we just do the evil things quicker and better and quieter and more secretly. So of course, we're more advanced than that. But the king or the pharaoh says, kill the firstborn. And I love this. The midwives disobeyed Pharaoh because they feared God. And it goes on to say that the Hebrew is not a great translation. God dealt well with them or God found favor in them. God loves when you defy tyranny for liberty. That is the heart of God. God wants you to reject tyranny if it engages in somebody's life or interferes with their liberty. A regular woke skinny jean -wearing pastor will tell you, no, no, no, Romans 13, man, submit to the rulers and authority because God put them there for your good. And then I say, OK, rocket scientist, constitutional scholar, man, your TED Talk rock concert, a thing you call a church with organized parking and a coffee bar. Let ask me you, since you're super smart, who are the leaders in America exactly? In Romans 13, God put the leaders in authority because they're there for your good. Who are the leaders? And they say the mayors, the congressmen, the senators. No, no, the people are the authority. So when the people's rights are infringed, the mayors and the state senators and Governor Polis should be submitting to us. We don't submit to them. So I love this verse. And God dealt well with the midwives. Let me ask you, is the American church, are we as Christians fighting tyranny the way the midwives fought tyranny in Egypt? I don't think we're doing a good job. I don't. I think you guys are. I mean, there's an exception. But the large part of the American church, American Christianity is submit to the government authority, submit to the cultural tyranny, submit to the pressure of the day. Submit to what other people are saying. That is not what God wants. And by the way, it's not just in Exodus. In Daniel, Daniel disobeyed the king and still prayed his prayers, ended up in the lion's den, right? In Acts, it says we obey God, not man, time and time again. Psalm 97 10 is my favorite, one of my favorite verses of the Bible. I have a lot of favorite verses. If you love God, you must hate evil. I don't think that we as Christians are doing a good job fulfilling that verse. I hear all the time, but Charlie, we must be nice. And I say, great. Right by the other point. Where in the 66 books of the Bible does the word nice appear in Aramaic or Greek or Hebrew? Waiting. Ready, set, go. And they say, well, we have to be loving. I said, yeah, but what does loving mean? Tell me in the original Greek. You know, is it agape, storge, phileo? You know, they say, well, oh my goodness. We kind of had this discourse earlier. But we're not called to be nice. We're called to tell the truth. And honestly, we've done a pretty crummy job of telling the truth the last 30 years here in America. We have allowed the worst of all evil, institutionalize itself, go after our children. And I finally am starting to see a response. This school is evidence of a response to all this institutionalized evil. And the midwives feared God and God dealt well with them. If we want God to deal well with us, maybe we should start fighting for liberty against tyranny. So God delivers his chosen people out of Egypt. And every time you hear Egypt, just think tyranny. Every time, right? And so he delivers them out of Egypt, one of my favorite parts. They're in the desert, you know, God, 10 miracles, the sea is parted. And this is why I always laugh when atheists say, all I need to do is see a miracle and I'll believe in God. Like, no, you don't. Like next Tuesday, you'll forget about God, right? Because you have a heart problem. You are your own God, right? That's not true. The Hebrews saw God move in an amazing way. They get into the desert. Within days, they're complaining. That's all the Jews do the entire Old Testament. They complain and they complain and they complain. It's why God had to let them all die off and, you know, have Joshua generation going. He's like, these people are not ready for Israel. They complained way too much. We want melons, we want meat, we want all the cucumbers. Literally, translation. So they get into the desert and they say, we want to go back to Egypt, because at least we had meat. At least we had melons, at least we had leeks, at least we had cucumbers. They wanted slavery over freedom because they ate better. And God's like, what am I going to do with these people? And I honestly think that's, I agree with Dennis Prager on this. It's one of the reasons why God chose the Jews. If you could do it with this group of people, you could do it with any group of people, right? If you could get this group of misfits to be successful in finance and business and education, there's something to this book, right? There's something there that we can all learn from. Anyway, so God then, God is a God of order. We as Christians don't do a good enough job. It drives me nuts when Christians only say God is love. Yeah, but he's also other things, okay? He's like judging God. Oh, you can't say that. Well, it's true. Jesus will judge the sinners at the end of the age. One of the main reasons why the church has gone woke is you'll never hear the three -letter word that every person needs to hear, sin. How do you know what redemption is if you don't know what sin is? Unknown concept. We just tell people, oh, you're perfect the way you are. Actually, you're not. Like you're pretty crummy in Jesus, like really bad, like really bad. All of us do, all the time. And we're going to keep sinning and we keep on eating Jesus. And so God established order for us. Of course, the Decalogue being the Ten Commandments or the Ten Statements. And of course, it begins, I am the Lord your God who delivered you from Egypt. He reminds them before he gives him the Decalogue. Moses, the Decalogue. Just in case you forgot, I delivered you from tyranny. God's heart is not for people to live in tyranny. That's when it drives me nuts when people say, Charlie, you're too political as a Christian. Look, God calls us to fight authoritarianism all the time. So then, my favorite one of the commandments that comes tonight, that pertains to tonight, is the one that every one of you are vigilant and why you're here tonight. Honor your mother and father so that you may live long in the land of which God is giving you. And I'm going to spend the remainder of my remarks on this and then he'll do some questions. Everything that the culture is doing when it comes to anybody under 18 is about trying to is this commandment the most proven commandment to have a free society. If you were to say, Charlie, out of all the Ten Commandments, what is the one that if you stop doing, you get tyranny the fastest? You actually more so than murder, more so than stealing, more so than not even having any gods before God. If you do not honor your mother and father, and I'll tell you exactly what that means, you 100 % will lose a free society. You cannot have a group of young people that dishonor or curse, which is the opposite of honor, their parents, and also live in liberty. It has never happened in the history of the species. Now, I'm a student of history. I love history. If anyone can tell me an example of a superpower that went out of their way to teach their children to hate the country that they're in, I'm all ears. I think it's the first time it's ever happened in the history of the species, and I've asked many different historians. When a wealthy, powerful, benevolent superpower has decided to teach their young, we actually hate the place that is pretty awesome. It is civilizational suicide. There will be historians 50 to 100 years from now writing books and teaching college classes, trying to try to answer the America question. How could a country that did so much good in World War II be so wealthy, be the beacon of light and liberty, have so much opportunity for so many people, go out of its way? And my answer is very simple. When you are secular and you do not believe in God, you must fill it with fake religions. Don't believe me? Go drive in one of these neighborhoods like I just did. BLM, gay pride, those are the pagan religions of the day. You always have to fill it with some source of meaning, whether it be the false god of BLM or the false god of trans surgeries for kids, whatever it is. They have to feel an attachment to something, and it's out of guilt. If you don't know how to deal with your guilt, because everyone feels guilt at some point, you're going to do some pretty wacky stuff. And boy, are we living in a society that is just ridden with pity and guilt. Pity for ourselves and our own state of affairs, it's rather remarkable. But if you have a strong attachment to the generation that came before you, you can inoculate yourself against that virus. So let's go through it. It's the only one of the Ten Commandments that involves a direct promise and also your nation. So we talk about politics, we talk about our country, we should probably isolate the one of the Ten Commandments that deals with the country. So honor, what does that word mean in Hebrew? It means heavily or to treat with seriousness or intentionality. What does curse mean in Hebrew? Lightly, it's the same root. So if you were to treat your parents lightly, you were to curse them. Now what does that mean to honor your mother and father? It means that when you're at college, you enter college believing that your parents are more correct than your professors. That does not happen. Professors at almost every single university across the country go out of their way to invalidate everything a parent has taught them up until age 18. Your parents are outdated, they're probably racist, they're terrible. Oh by the way, thanks for paying to the tuition to bring you here, but we're going to turn you into little revolutionaries basically. Finally, honor your mother and father so that you may live long in the land of which you are in. Marxism depends on three things. The obliteration of religion, property, and family. Private property, they're doing a great job and they're going to continue to do it. Religion, church rates are going down dramatically and they've infiltrated the American church. But the family was always the one that was able to say no. And you are going to have to, someone's going to have to explain this to me, how so many suburban house moms here in Colorado want their kids to suffer. It is unbelievable to me. This is one of the most radical like trans sanctuaries in the entire country. It's not ISIL, I'm sure you all know families or kids where you have parents that are excited to go get their 15 -year -old's breasts removed. It's amazing to me. And so the family's totally getting obliterated and deteriorated. That's why this school matters so much though, and why what you're doing matters so much, is that a strong nuclear family is a bulwark to any form of tyranny or any sort of despotism that we live through. And is Marxism really the kind of diabolical, and I use that word intentionally, enemy to the American republic and the American project. As it aims to do these things, as it continues to try to put these ideas into the zeitgeist, we ask ourselves the question, how does one fight back against it? And that's why the rise of homeschool and this alternative schooling is so exciting. They want you to just release your kid to the public government school and never ask a question after that. If you actually read their literature, they don't believe that it's your child. It's the state's child. That's not an exaggeration. You might say, Charlie, how did Colorado get so wacky? You know Colorado is the second most educated state in the country? College -educated state? There is your answer. Is that if you are non -stop producing people with college diplomas that believe men can give birth and have degrees in North African lesbian poetry, don't be surprised when your politics go insane. I trust welders, plumbers and construction workers far more than any given professor at, no offense, CU Boulder. I'm sorry, I just have to say it. I'm sorry. And so we must build new things. And I mentioned this earlier, we do not do a good enough job of defending our institutions from infiltration because we let our guard down and they take advantage of our good intentions. How many times do you feel like, well, what's the big deal? I want to be accepting to all people. So here's the playbook. It's so simple. Get a seat at the table. Complain relentlessly till I'm able to debase the leader on fake accusations and then I control the institution. How many times have you seen that? FBI, military, university campuses, major corporations, and they're relentless. You know what they operate? They operate like a bacterial infection that will not go away, that will just gnaw and gnaw and grow and grow and multiply. And we're like, well, my goodness, the CRT, DEI people, they used to have two seats at the table. Now they have 10 seats at the table and I don't want to be called a racist because that's the worst thing that you could be called. And so let's just let them control everything. So how do you summarize CRT? Call everything racist until you control it. That's it. That's what CRT is. Queer theory, call everything transphobic until you control it. It's a means to power. It's not about liberation. It's not about teaching history. It's a means to institutional takeover. And so the alternative is once they take over everything, build new stuff. And that's what you're doing. And so my one piece of advice to you guys, build, be bold, but please be vigilant about them trying to capture your institution. Because they don't build new stuff. That's what's crazy. They don't ever build anything beautiful or bold. They just take over stuff that we have built with our value system. And then we're like, well, we used to have that great thing. We used to have that church and used to have that school and used to have that place and used to have that company. And so they're experts at takeover. And so building new things is quite honestly the only and the best option. So I'll say this in closing. I get asked all the time, Charlie, this is a Christian audience, Charlie, do you think that we're in the end times? And I'm not a pastor, I'm not a theologian. So I'm not equipped to answer that, but I can say this. I'm very concerned that people are being taken advantage of by some pastors out there where they say, Charlie, Jesus is coming next Thursday. I don't have to do anything. I don't have to fight. Look, people ask, are you pre -trib or are you post -trib? I'm pan -trib. It's all going to pan out in the end. So I'm on the welcoming committee, not the planning committee. Okay. So this whole thing is a bunch of, you know, it's somewhat of a distraction. And, but, you know, people say, Charlie, you know, we must look, yes, we must look at the signs at the time. It's important to know what it means in the days of Noah. All that stuff is great and really important. I understand that. However, here's where it drives me nuts and I see it happen. And I want to make sure this might, if this touches one of you tonight, I will have done my job. Okay. Because you might be listening to some of those overly emphasized end times pastors, and you might feel disempowered and you might feel like you don't have to do anything. If I could just reach one of you, I feel I've done my job, which is the right response is if you feel that the world is ending and Jesus is coming soon, is not run to the Hill with the kids, is to occupy till Jesus comes. Is to hold as much turf and must terrain for his imminent return. And that must be our attitude because I'm afraid it has become an excuse. And I mean that very carefully. I've seen it where people say, Charlie, I don't need to donate. I don't need to start schools. I got asked by a Christian the other day, why even have kids? Because Jesus is coming again so quickly. I was like, wow. Jesus said the time or the day and the hour is unknown. It could be five minutes. It could be 50 years or 500 years. I get in trouble for even saying that because people say, Charlie, it's no more than five years. I said, listen, we don't know. It's what you do that matters. The enemy would love nothing more than to have us remain complacent, remain neutral if we are off by 200 years. God wants us to fight for what is good and what is righteous, regardless of what the signs of the times are telling us around us. And the most important thing that we as Christians have done a bad job and we as Protestants have done a bad job of is this. And I have to brag on the Catholics for a second. They have done a much better job than we as Protestants have done, a much better job at building colleges. And they're all woke now, but at building. But that's what happens. We don't defend anything. We build these beautiful things and the bacteria takes over. And so then at K through 12 schools, and I'll prove it to you, how many Bible believing spirit -filled Christians are on the US Supreme Court? There are far more Catholics. It's because they are experts at multi -generational type building and passing down values. I think we can learn something from that. And I think that one of the reasons we haven't done that is that since 1950 there's been a strain of Christianity that has told us we're getting zapped up in the next five minutes. And that might be true, but you have to act like it's not. And you have to act like you could have a lot more time left on the clock. And so if we change that attitude, by the way, the whole ball game changes. I hope you understand. You will ignite one of the most powerful silent majorities if you get Christians that have been waiting for the imminent return the last 60 years and done very little, and you get them into an action phase and realize that they have to try to act, watch out. All of a sudden the enemy is going to be on the run in a very, very big way. Okay, let's do some questions and I'll stay as long as you'll have me. So, okay. Okay, so I have one question and I'm going to turn it out to all you guys. So get your questions ready. The college thing is a big deal. I feel like we've been even asked, do you send your kids to college? My husband's out of the room so I can say this. They're not going to Boulder. For those of you who don't know where my husband went and where he's very involved with right now, but it's a tough call. What do you think the chances are if let's say our kids go through a school like this, make it, get into a college percentage wise, where are we at with dropping off the bandwagon? You'll lose one out of four. Across where that's what you see in universities. Even the strongest K through 12 that I've seen, homeschool, one out of four will be lost. If they have a public school, you'll lose closer to 50, 60 percent. Wow. Okay guys, we've got a lot of work to do. We're going to try to break that statistic. Or just not send them to college. Yeah. Okay. Well, yes. Well, right. Well, that'll be an open thing. Unless they go to Hillsdale or CCU, but yes. But those are the exceptions. Let me be very clear. Yes. That is not how most schools are. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Good. Very good. That was very enthusiastic.
A highlight from The Web3 Nonprofit Episode 5 - DirectEd Development Foundation
Operacin Bitcoins: Del Infierno a la Resurreccin
"With the story of Alberto Daniel Gil, the information and crypto expert has been hugely enjoyed by a person who has not met him. For Manuel Rangel. In February of 2007, the CTO Web of one of the public health agencies brought secure and medical services that were similar to a cooperative, most important of the Pekenio and Hermoso countries of Uruguay, was issued informatically. The cyber -criminal entered the portal's base, dropping thousands of megabytes of confidential information from his patients, and he invited an email in which he had received an email from his parents. If the parents did not speak, the cyber -criminal revealed to them the medical data of the patients. If not, this was not sufficient, despite that this information was solicited by five patients that had passed without receiving the payment, a quote of interest for the payment that they had received for their time. In total, the expenses that were solicited were a total of $60 ,000. Ironically, the major demand that everyone who brought this cyber -criminal was from the fact that he did not go in a direction of payment. This story started to start. Obviously, according to the U .S. Catholic Church, it affected the institution that had more than a foundation in which there were no cruisers. During the weeks, they worked with the police to restrain the torturers. In September of this year, the Ministry of the Interior went in a direction of payment that was supposed to help the base of the house. As if it were a movie, the police of Montevideo returned to the apartment of Alberto Daniel Gil, an informatic engineer of 40 years ago, among the informatics, computers and blockchain technology. Alberto had in his house collections of different types of hardware, computers, disposable U .S .A .B., cellular devices, or crypto -monetized wallets. His policy was to find dollars and euros in effect, an equipment to grab and load magnetic charges, and various devices from these platforms as a number, and a piece of Guy Fawkes, which was converted into a symbol of the anarchists in the whole world. Bingo. Excuse the police. These elements are sufficient evidence to demonstrate that Alberto is the hacker who used it.
A highlight from Operacin Bitcoins: Del Infierno a la Resurreccin
"With the story of Alberto Daniel Gil, the crypto and informatics expert, he was justly invited to speak for a speech that did not come to mind. For Manuel Rangel. In February of 2017, the US government, the press of the secure and medical services that function similar to a cooperative, most important of the Pekingo and Ermoso countries of Uruguay, was vulnerable informatically. The cybercriminals entered the portal's base, dropping thousands of megabytes of confidential information from their patients, In total, the recompensas that were solicited were a total of $60 ,000. Ironically, the worst mistake that all cybercriminals had was the fact that they did not follow a paid direction. This story started. Obviously, in the Catholic circuit of Uruguay, the mutualists were affected by institutions that had more than one side of the foundation, not because of the mass crusades. During the weeks, they worked with the police to restrain the extortionists. Six months later, the second Minister of the Interior came with a direction, and he knew that he was supposedly vulnerable to the mass attacks of the press. As if it were a movie, the policy of Montevideo changed the apartment of Alberto Daniel Gil, an informatic engineer of 40 years ago, among the informatics, computers, and blockchain technology. Alberto had in his house collections of different types of hardware, computers, depositors of his own, sellers of their own, or analysts of crypto -monetas. This was the policy that controlled dollars and euros in effect, a tool to grab and remove magnetic charges, and various signs of these plastic things as a number, and a car of Guy Fawkes, the one that was converted into a symbol of the anarchists in the whole world. Bingo. Excuse the policy. These elements are sufficient evidence to demonstrate that Alberto is the hacker that used it. One of his most basic records, his personal information, included a constant monitoring activity on the web, and he received a judicial process with many inconsistencies. Alberto was in prison, not satisfied with this. His case was found through communication media, as a big part of the technological section of the General General's office to control the criminal crime in Interpol, and from the same presidency of the Republic, publicly, as the terrorized protagonist of Bitcoin's operations, as the first case of information and crypto -monetas extortion and crypto -monetas in this country. The case was made. Para Nada. The last of the eight cases in the case of Durasno in Uruguay. Alberto Daniel Gil is liberated from the appeal. His request for liberty is with only mission, limiting his number and inviting him to justice as to what he is committing against his people. Alberto knows that he is innocent, and continues to not relate. He is well -voluted, as a hacker, and he has brought the support of his peers. And as you know, Alberto is a hacker, and has not only his profession, but his personal identity during the decades. He is a hacker of his own life, but he has been able to use his own in the period of being killed in public opinion. The first hacker, who was in the case of a prison in Uruguay, has found his innocence and has evidence to demonstrate it. Here we have to understand that Alberto was not condemned for the death of someone, and his death in the case of Durasno is not that the people consider but that he had the probability of death, assuming that his information could interfere with the rest of the process, for what was considered a preventive prison between the authorities and the students of the case. To understand everything, we have to remind ourselves of two decades ago. Alberto Daniel Gil has more than twenty years of experience in the area of computers, working for important companies and, for the same reason, working precisely in the environment that we live in, the security of information. In 2004, when PENAS started the massification of the Internet, his name was known as the one that affected the first information in a case related to infant pornography, the one for which he did not cover his ears. He has the experience of collaborating with the Interpol. As an infant of information, his contact with the city of Satousina came to an end, enamoring the fact that blockchain technology is free of humanity. He also dedicated part of his life to share his knowledge and to fund the idea of decentralization through workshops and conferences. In few words, Alberto is an engineer who is convinced that information can improve social processes and, in consequence, generate a better world. Everything is a philosophy of being compatible with the details of what is needed. Here we are a few years old. The truth is, the media of communication and the culture of the scene and the television generate what the word hacker has a very negative connotation in the last years. It is very common to look at a series of Hollywood productions, the typical representation of a hacker, and, in a certain amount of lines, and by offering them money, with the intention of buying dollars, a process that seconds after the second one. A very bad image of the world, if you buy and extortionate with digital information, only the work of a small sector of criminals can go against the word hacker. and the ethics of the hacker community. Alberto is sure that it is normal for hackers to go on the Internet and provide the security of the cities they visit. It is a time when they should better their abilities. If they find a way of security, the hacker has the responsibility to notify the company or institution that their web is vulnerable to any attack. Therefore, Alberto has the sense of the records of his constant reports at the center of reports of security incidents in Uruguay. It is his governmental institution dedicated to protecting the government and enforcing the laws of cybernetics. This was precisely what he saw in 2014. His new job was to check out his medical records in the police department. By the time Alberto entered the office, he had to consult the data that was used to provide the security of the office. In order to find a critical vulnerability, he found that the server and the access club would be able to access the admin and the server would be able to find more generic Internet addresses. In terms of administrator, he found that not only the data of his wife, if not all of his patients were in the office, and not only that, including the financial information of the company, was lost. Therefore, Alberto had invited Envio and Correo to be notified of these fake records against the election and pay and methods that were used to increase it, which were already being contested. In 2015, he found that he had the knowledge of an appropriate control of access to the city, for which he did not report the problem. Satisfied by having completed his work, Alberto was able to continue his life and his projects until three years later, he found a part of the police department of Montevideo, so that he had access to an interpreter for a case of cybernetics. Alberto, without anything else, he had to assist the city. In the end, he expected to function in the Interpol, which was introduced to Alberto and asked him about his connection with the company. Completely sincere, Alberto related how three years later he found a fake critic against the portal web, what was being reported until the city was retweaked. He was the one who was there for a year or so. In continuation, he sent the email to the guy who was not able to confirm the base details of the press, asking him to publicize it if he had received any victims. Alberto did not know who Envio was and who had the portal web. However, he did not know who Envio was. A guy from GuyFolks came to the Interpol profile. As we talked about in the beginning, September 10th of 2017, the police and room in Alberto's apartment were a typical part of an information -informed company with computer computers. The first thing that alarmed the police was a book about Bitcoin, a very new and revolutionary topic that revealed the profound knowledge of the functioning of the crypto -monetization and the relationship of this in his mind by the press with the board of directors, leaving them all speechless and immediate. From there, Alberto is a passionate person of this topic. In 2015, he received a private capital from the second book of his life, which permitted him to write some crypto -like Bitcoin, Litecoin, Eterion, and three others to posteriorly accept transactions from companies with some issues because they have thousands of dollars and euros in effect. Now, all of his life is what Alberto justified in a perfect manner. Don't cry. Don't cry when Alberto justified because he had 50 dicks during his studies, if he had laptops and hardware of all types. As good information, one of the habits of Alberto is to disarm all types of computer computers to their interior and to provide different operating systems and many other activities. This is how he is able to accumulate in his poor habits and to become free of crypto -monetization. What is important to convince the investigators that he had found the criminal that his wife was the target owner and one of the target owners of Credit and Debit. The police assumed that Alberto had the number of TDCs online and the number of his targets before the clear explanation of Alberto, who precisely found a investigation about the security problems related to credit targets. Then, the investigation showed that he had the number of TDCs in where he had them. For the last time, in the experience presented to Alberto, the police indicated that he had found an agent in his apartment. Yes, that is the positive of the discussions in the media. The same with the one recorded on the case of Louis D .C. and Maria Antonietta during the French Revolution. The reality? A simple courtesan of Papel. The final evidence that was used to present as a premise until the communication media was Guy Fawkes, which, as we know, is the symbol of the international hackers. For the Interpol director, this curiosity was an definitive evidence of his own ability. Not only the explanation of Alberto in this and the most important elements in his apartment, the police needed to resolve the case, and even were able to demonstrate that he had captured the first terrorized story of Uruguay. The case of this case that here is the case of the process of Alberto. The experience of this case is not exact and not correct. Furthermore, the police also saw how the evidence performed, and other personal elements. It included the values of his son, of his mother and a great friend, who was killed and killed all of the children, not outside of all the problems for Alberto. If Alberto has knowledge of this case, the police will be provided with his automobile and his car. As we mentioned, the Ministry of Interior indicates that the investigation of the case of his his son and that in the place Alberto and in the second place because of investigation of the case of and his son and his car. The Ministry of indicates that the outside of case of his son and his car is provided with the information to indicate that his son and his with the his son and his car and his car his son and his and are to indicate that his son and his provided with the information that son and his son and son and his son and his son and his son and and his mom and his son and and and and his son and his Vete se incluso antes que el propios a tosy na camo uto, pero no sabía ni síquiras que era una dirección IP.
A highlight from 120: Part 1: Tim Cardwell is a Top Cop for Drug Interdiction but Nearly Loses His Life
"Hey, hey, hi, it's Fat Albert. I have no idea who it is this week because it has been a long week. But hey guys, amigos, amigos, players, playwrights, dududettes, everybody, welcome back. This is episode 120 constituting, again, the 120th attempt, I can't even say it, 120th attempt to keep us off the air, but you have all failed. We are back. That's right. You're stuck with us, sorry. That's right. We don't have our crosses to bear and we're yours. That's right. Gotta pay for your sins sometime and you're paying for them on earth. Here we go. That's it. All right, guys. Well, hey, welcome back. Morgan here, along with my partner in crime. Hey, guys, it's Murph. Glad to have you on back. Yes, sir. And hey, before we get started, let's just do some quick housekeeping. Hey, head on over to Apple Spotify. Hit those five stars. We don't know how it works. It's magic. If you used to listen to us on Stitcher, they're out of business change and Google is going away. So make sure you get on something that's not going to go away anytime soon. So Apple Spotify, hit those five stars. Also head on over to our website, gamercrimespodcast .com for everything you need to know about us, including when we have guests with books. We have an extensive book list, Murph. I was just looking at that because we've got another guest coming up with the book and it's like, you know, at least 40 % of our guests have had books. I tell you what, you know, we try to read everybody's book before we have them on the show. At least one book, because some of them have tons of books. I got to tell you, I didn't read this much in college and I'm being serious. You've read more books in the last two years than you have in the previous, how many, 79? 102? 102. 102. All right. Hey, speaking of that, you had a chronological, we both had a chronological increment recently, so... Yeah, except I started counting backwards, so I'm down to 62 now. Well, that's because you couldn't count that high, so you're running out of toes. That's it. But anyway, yeah. Hey, also guys, follow us on that thing they call social media, at Game of Crimes on Twitter, Game of Crimes podcast on Facebook and the Instagram, but where you gotta be is Patreon. Patreon .com slash Game of Crimes. We do a lot of fun stuff on there. We've got 911, what's your emergency? Murph, well, his house will burn down before he gets the number right. 199. Here we go. Here we go. Where you guys been? Where you been? We got stuff like You Can't Make This Shit Up. We've got our Q &A, our monthly Narcometer review. I thought last month, the Sicario, Day of the Soldado. Frickin', I mean, Benicio del Toro is in another movie. I think it's called The Reptile. He's good. He's good. I'll tell you what, he can just come and look at you and he's like, okay, here's my money, don't hurt me. He's scary. Motherfucker, scary. He is. And in real life, he's probably the nicest guy in the world. And that's the way most of them are. It's like Boyd Holbrook, you know, on some of his things like Justified and stuff. He looks like a killer, but then he's really nice in person. Yeah, even Logan and I mean, all the different things. He's been in a lot of stuff. Dial of Destiny, you know. So he was a bad guy in Dial of Destiny. But hey, guys, but that's where you're going to hear some good stuff. So head on over there, patreon .com slash Game of Crimes. Now, you also got to head on over. Our favorite mafia queen, Sandy Salvato, the iron fist with the velvet glove rules over all that is Game of Crimes fans. Just go to Facebook and look up Game of Crimes fans, answer a couple easy questions and gain admittance into the inner sanctum where all the hilarity ensues. There you go. Just what he said. That's right. Just what I said. But you know what else I said, Murph? What did you say? I said, guess what time it is? Do you know what time it is? I'm going to ask you one more time because you got to pack. You got a trip coming up and we're doing this kind of late. So guess what time it is, Murph? It's time for Small Town Police Blotter. A little bit of James Bond there. Hey, speaking of James Bond, he would have had nothing to do with this next guy. Murph, I'm telling you. Oh, this one. This one comes out of Nebraska. And I'm telling you, them corn fed farm boys are lonely. Uh -oh. Uh -oh. They're lonely. So there is a few. This just happened October 13th. It's just like today. A funeral home worker was responsible for transporting TED bodies in Nebraska County is under arrest. Well, the felony burglary complaint doesn't really do it justice. So Ryan Smith and a colleague were dispatched last week to a home in Omaha to collect the body of an individual who died there. Now, this guy who died there left something behind, which this guy tried to come back and get. So Ryan Smith called the property manager and claimed that the local sheriff had asked him to collect this item for evidentiary purposes. Now, the property manager's like, nah, I'm dumb, but not that dumb. He denied it, but he later came back and heard noises emanating from the unit which had been locked from the inside with a deadbolt and the chain. After Smith exited the home with his clothes disheveled, the property manager called cops who busted him on a felony burglary charge. So Murph, why do you think they would want to seek DNA samples? Oh, no. Because the item left behind was a sex doll. And this guy returned. Oh, that's not what I was thinking. That's not quite so bad. I was thinking cadaver. No, no, no, no, no. This was a sex doll. The guy was removed from the house, but he left his sex doll behind. I don't know, maybe that's why he died. Maybe it was a good time. Sally, I told you to get your ass in the car. Yeah, guess what? He came and went at the same time. Oh, that was terrible. That was terrible. You know, when I went through the West Virginia State Police Academy, they'd wake you up in the middle of the night. You had to go out and do searches for a lost child. And the doll's name was Sally Rotten Crunch. Oh, moving on. You hated that doll. So Murph, you've heard the term getting shitfaced, right? Yeah, but luckily I've never experienced that. Let's hope you don't experience this either. So a former woman is facing a felony charge for what she did to an elderly neighbor. Now, Callie Robinson, she's 28. She was arrested after a confrontation at the Mobile Home Park where she and the 76 -year -old victim live in separate residences. According to a complaint charging Robinson with battery on a victim 65 years or older, she became upset with Daniel Powell. You know what his crime was, Murph? He would always speak with her while she walked her dog. What, just to say good morning or how are you? Yeah, so guess what she did? She took an unsecured bag of dog feces and pushed it into his face. Oh, oh, that's nasty. So they matched the dog waste bag. Yeah, they matched the waste bag with bags in her possession and she ultimately admitted to the battery. How old was she and how old was the victim? She was 28, the victim was 76. That's why they charged her with a battery on a victim 65 years or older. Yeah, and the punishment should be the same thing she did to him. I'll tell you what, it gives a whole new meaning to the word shitfaced and she should get shitfaced. You're not kidding, there's no excuse for that. Well, speaking of Florida, Murph, what is the largest retirement home in the United States? The villages. The villages. You wouldn't believe the stories that come out of that book. Oh, dude, I would after this story. So a 77 -year -old Florida man was arrested. He was trying to peddle some things. Oh, yeah, that was on the news here. That's legit. He was trying to peddle $1 ,800 worth of black market erectile dysfunction drugs. Only in the villages. Now, he bought a slew of ED products, erectile dysfunction, including Snovitra 20, Villatra 20, and Kamagra oral jelly. Oh, my God. With the intent to sell them locally and outside the Sunshine State, according to several papers, now, Murph, this is going to shock you. It's not his first rodeo. Guess what else he's tried to hawk? Marijuana and cocaine. No meth? No meth. Oh, dude, you've got to step up. You're not going to do meth. I mean, that's just kiddie dope otherwise. Yeah, you've got to be in the big leagues. You want to run with the big dogs, you've got to get off the porch there, Cooter. Seriously, the stories that come out of that place are just... Connie said, if she passes away first when I moved to the villages, I don't think so. They have the highest rate of STD transfers infections in the United States. Hey, if you're that age and you're getting some, God bless you. Oh, my goodness. Yeah, but I mean, practice safe sex. Good Lord. Well, that's kind of a segue. I'm not sure how to segue into safe sex other than to saying the next guest is actually pretty safe. He's a really pretty good guy. And he was somebody that you have worked with in the past. And that's how you cornered this. By the way, you couldn't make fun of him. Guess what? He's a God -fearing, right -wing, rifle -carrying trooper. Are you talking about our guest today? Yes. You know what? This guy that you're getting ready to hear his story. I met this guy. He's one of the best interdiction troopers in the United States ever. I mean, he was well -known throughout. And he's going to tell you how he learned his trade and everything. But I got to meet him when I came back from Columbia and got stationed in Greensboro, North Carolina. And this guy, his nose is better than his drug dog's nose. We didn't talk about this on the interview, so I'll tell you real quick. He called me on a New Year's Eve. I was painting the laundry room in our house. The girls were little. He called me on New Year's Eve night, and he had pulled over a tractor trailer car carrier and found several hundred kilos of cocaine in one of the cars. I mean, how the hell do you do that, you know? Because he's a trooper. Yeah, he's good. And the driver was Colombian, so that might have been an indicator. But just a fantastic guy. I mean, one of my best friends all these years later, I met him in 94, and here we are in 23, and still stay in touch all the time. And if it hadn't been for him, your stats would have been for shit, man. Still a stat where he can. There you go. Wait a minute, that's another agency. Wait the fuck for agencies to do that. What other agency would do that? What other agency would go out and make a press release? Well, there's one, you know, that's called Adopt That Effer. You'll have to figure that out. They usually show up after the fire. But anyway, we digress some murph, but we can't hear the story of Mr. Tim unless I ask you the penultimate question. Are you ready to play the biggest, baddest, most dangerous game of all? The Carolina North accent game of crimes. That's right. Ladies and gentlemen, get in, sit down, shut up, and hold on, especially when it gets to the point where they took his gun away from him. This man is a big man. Bring on Mr. Trooper Tim Cardwell, retired, one of my best friends. If you would just like it if it was breathy, because we could talk to you that way. You freak me out when you do those voices, Morgan. Yes. We'll get you some professional help. The love doctor is in. Speaking of who's in, it's not the love doctor. It's me and Murph. Hey, and guess what? We have got somebody Murph can't make fun of. If he tries to, he's going to get in trouble, because he's another trooper. Yeah, so for all our listeners, you can feel my pain right now. Instead of one trooper on every interview, I got two troopers on here today. Who knows where this is going to go? If you hear snoring in the background, that'll be me, because we're going to be telling trooper stories. No, that'll be because you just took your medication. You were telling us of that, and you're about ready. You're going to go on the nod. I just got up from a good nap, so. You ought to be French. Our guest today is an old, old friend of mine that I met when I first came out of Columbia back in 94. I got stationed in Greensboro, North Carolina, and I don't know how we met. I don't remember now, but. I think you got a ticket, Murph. He could have given me one, I'm sure. Of course, I rode with him a few times. I could have given him one, you know? But our guest is Tim Cardwell. He's retired, North Carolina State Highway Patrolman. One of the leading interdiction troopers in the entire United States. was This guy so good at his job. He had a dog at one point. We'll talk about his dog a little bit. Who saved his life, I believe. We'll talk about that story. But who was so good, he didn't need a dog. I mean, he could sniff out coke better than anybody I've ever seen. So we've got some stories to tell him today, but what a pleasure to have you on here, Tim. Thank you, Steve. I appreciate it. Glad to be here. Kind of nervous, but I'm glad to be here. This is not an interview or interrogation. Nobody's going to advise you of your rights, but just in case, there's the door, Tim. You're free to go at any time, you know? Don't make me call your wife now. Ah, well. She keeps me straight, trust me. Don't they all? Yes. Well, let's talk as we do with everybody, Tim. First of all, one trooper to another. Thank you for your service out there to the great people of North Carolina. So think of ours, Coastal and Ulster. How did you get started in this thing we called law enforcement? As a Ute, did you fracture a few laws? Were you on the receiving end of some extra judicial punishment? Or how did you get started in this thing? Yeah, kind of. So I grew up in Madison, Medan, which is north central North Carolina, north of Greensboro, a small town, about 5 ,000, two towns combined, and just a little mill town. And I did have an encounter with law enforcement at a very young age, and it scared me, kind of like scared you straight. And I had just kind of gotten, you know, as a young boy, I was just very adventurous, rambunctious, and, in a way, got in trouble one night for throwing some rocks at somebody who had run us off from shooting basketball. And, you know, in a way, kind of retaliated in not the best way, and local law enforcement, of course, picked us up. No, no, you don't get to blow past that. What do you mean you retaliated in not the best way? We need some details. What was the nature of the retaliation? Well, so the rocks were the retaliation. So let me clarify. We were shooting basketball outside of a funeral home one night, and me and a buddy of mine, and anyway, long and short of it is, I didn't have a basketball court that had asphalt or concrete. I only had to shoot on dirt, and this local place had concrete, obviously. And so we were shooting late one night, and, you know, being young, maybe 12 years old, we really wasn't paying attention, and there was a funeral service going on. So, you know, of course, us playing caused a lot of echoing, and they come out and actually run us off, so to speak. And so kind of feeding off of each other, being frustrated, we decided to throw a couple rocks outside the building, and as such, we got the local law enforcement called, and they quickly found us and picked us up and took us to the station. And anyway, it absolutely petrified me. And anyway, they did us really good. They were very respectful and taught us a lesson, and, you know, didn't come out with any kind of criminal charges or anything. So it was my introduction to the criminal justice system in a personal way. So needless to say, I didn't want to experience it again. It scared me so much. I never heard that story. That's similar to one I went through when I was about 10 years old. Did any of those rocks happen to penetrate glass, or did they bounce off the building, or what was the nature of the damage caused by your retribution? There really was no damage. It just hit the side of the building. I wasn't that brave to throw it at a window, but, you know, it was just at a time where I was, I guess, getting out there and probably kept me from getting in trouble to a greater level, I guess. So it was good for me. So how did that factor into later then? You know, that was your first experience, but what led you into this thing of ours? Well, you know, as I look back, I can kind of recount the path. As a young man, we had growing up, the house that I grew up in didn't have a mailbox. We had a post office box. And so when I would go to the post office box to retrieve a mail with a parent or, you know, as I got a little bit older, allowed to go by myself, I caught myself reading those FBI most wanted bulletins that's displayed in all post offices, and they just seemed to capture my attention. And unbeknownst to me, you know, I never thought about a career in it, but I think that had a little factor. And then the house that I mentioned, my neighbor who had moved there in the third grade, he was a state trooper, and he spent his whole career in our home county, and he was very close with our family. He lived right behind me, and he watched me grow up, and, you know, I interacted with him quite a bit, and I was always impressed with him and respected him. And I used to see him, you know, when he would leave on a weekend working evening shift with that black and silver patrol car, it would be shiny, and, you know, he would go out. There you go. See, got to take care of that car. Even back then, it's got to take care of the car and the uniform. I think all you guys just want to be mechanics.
A highlight from Megan Basham
"Welcome to The Eric Metaxas Show. Do you like your gravy thick and rich and loaded with creamy mushrooms? If no one was looking, would you chug the whole gravy boat? Chug, chug, chug, chug. Stay tuned. Here comes Mr. Juggalug himself, Eric Metaxas. Folks, welcome to the program. This is hour one. That would be the first hour if you're scoring at home. Hour two will probably come next. In hour one today, which is to say right now, I'm going to be talking, I'm already talking, to Megan Basham with The Daily Wire. Megan Basham, welcome back. Thanks for having me. It's always great to be here. Well, it's a great sacrifice because you have so little to say, but as a friend, I just feel I want to help you out. In all seriousness, you have written an article for The Daily Wire about something that I've been very, very, very concerned with. I've talked about it on the program. Christianity Today, which was once this flagship magazine founded by Billy Graham and yada, yada, yada, has gone over to the dark side. That's obvious. Not enough people know that. But you, Megan Basham, a journalist, an actual journalist in a world where there are very few, have given us now in this article at Daily Wire chapter and verse on how it is that Today Christianity demonstrably is pro -abortion, pro -LGBTQ, yada, yada, yada rights, the kind of stuff that you can't make up. I hardly know how to take it in. It's very disturbing, actually, to me. It's very upsetting to me. I'm not happy about this. They hired Russell Moore as their editor -in -chief, which is bad enough for many reasons. But the idea that they've been giving political contributions exclusively to pro -abortion Democrats, it's the kind of thing that you'd make it up and no one would believe you. You have done the research. You have written the article at Daily Wire. So tell us, first of all, what prompted you to do this investigation and to get the goods? Well, you know, I think like you, a lot of people noticed that really in the last decade, but it ramped up in the last few years, there's been a significant shift in the kind of coverage that Christianity Today offers. A lot of people had said, why do they so often seem to be towing the progressive line? In fact, I got a text from my childhood pastor some months ago who, you know, doesn't really pay attention, but he grew up with Christianity Today. He's retired now. But when he was a pastor, he read it regularly and he asked me, what's happening here? Is Christianity Today going woke? And of course, you know, everybody sort of has that sense, but it's different to have the sense and then to see hard receipts. And, you know, that's what I do as a journalist, ideal in receipts. So it just sort of struck me one of the ways that, of course, Jesus tells us, how do we know where people's hearts are? It's where their treasure is. So I decided to do a little digging into where their political donations were going, if they had any. And just as an aside, they really shouldn't have any. They brand themselves as sort of politically neutral, simply based on they follow biblical principles, but they're not politically biased. So they, of all news outlets, should follow the Society of Professional Journalists standards, which says reporters, editorial staff, I mean, really, some of the stricter news outlets won't let anyone who works for a news outlet donate to political candidates. So they were not only flouting that, but obviously CEO Timothy Dalrymple has been giving to pro -abortion, pro -LGBTQ Democrats. But even more significantly, arguably, news editor Daniel Silliman. So he oversees all of the political coverage. He writes a lot of political coverage. He conducts interviews with political actors. Well, he was especially making these donations. So he made five donations to various Democrats, including Elizabeth Warren, for her presidential campaign. For those who don't remember, Elizabeth Warren promised to attempt to shut down crisis pregnancy centers all over the country. Eric, you just told me before we came on here that you were just speaking at a crisis pregnancy center. So imagine what kind of politico it takes to want to shut down the tremendous biblical work that they're doing. So that's the kind of candidates that they were donating to. So I think it's one thing to have a sense of it. It's another thing to see the receipts. Those are pretty undeniable. Again, you know, I said that Christianity today was, you know, well, pro -Democrat, pro -LGBTQ rights, pro -abortion. Maybe that's not exactly true. In other words, what I really meant was that if you're reading it, you would get the impression that they're leaning that way. But then you tell us that there's a public record when people give to political candidates. Let's look at this. They're not supposed to give to political candidates if they're in the news business. But it turns out that the news editor that you mentioned, Daniel Silliman, Daniel Silliman, and the CEO and President Timothy Dalrymple, they have given political contributions 100 % to Democrat candidates, zero to GOP. The candidates are not moderate. No, they're not. And I'll say, you know, I asked Timothy Dalrymple about this. When I had originally begun searching this, the donations for 2023 weren't out yet. He pointed out that, wait, wait, wait, we do have one. In April of 2023, a new hire on the donor relations team did make a single general PAC contribution to Republicans, but it was one over, you know, 10 years and 70 years. What are donations? Yeah, that's what I'm saying. So this is so astonishing. This is where you have the receipts and you say, let's see. You just said, quoting Jesus, where your heart is, there your treasure is, where your treasure is, there your heart is. Okay, let's see, where have they been giving? So now this is Christianity Today. And I want to be clear, folks. This breaks my heart because this was the magazine. Chuck Colson had a column in Christianity Today. It was the kind of thing that I looked forward to getting. And over the years it changed. I remember, I think I've said this on the air, that I noticed, you know, when I was like, you know, the flavor of the year with my Bonhoeffer book, you know, every evangelical, you know, wanted to get me as a speaker or whatever. In 2016, when I came out for the GOP candidate, Donald Trump, something shifted. And when my Luther biography came out, 450 page biography of Martin Luther, full page review in the New York Times, right? You know, like a really mainstream biography by a mainstream biographer of the former, the Bonhoeffer book. Christianity Today didn't write one word, didn't even mention that I had written this book on the 500th anniversary of the reformation. And I thought, this is not good. What has happened to Christianity Today that they, I guess, hate Trump so much or have finally veered leftward so dramatically that they can't even do the plausible thing. The normal thing would be to write, you know, some kind of review or mention of the book, not because I wrote it, but because, you know, the guy who wrote the big Bonhoeffer book that everybody's talking about has come out with a new biography on the 500th anniversary, you know, Martin Luther, not an obscure figure, but not one word. That's when I realized in 2017, I thought, wow, this is not the magazine it used to be. This is not a mainstream Christian publication. They have gone over to the dark side. And now because of your journalism, Megan Basham, we have the receipts. It's an amazing thing. It's an amazing thing. And I am so glad that you've written about it. The article is at the Daily Wire. What else do we know? I what do they say? Yeah. And you know, I think that that is a really good point that you don't always know specifically what they're doing and what they're covering. It's also what they're not covering. So a couple of years, Mark Galley, the outgoing editor in chief who Russell Moore replaced actually wrote an article, which I think he later took down where he talked about the fact that, yeah, we claim to be sort of neutral on some of these questions that touch on politics, but you'll notice what we don't cover. And he specifically said, you know, the editorial staff gets so excited when they're positively noticed by the New York Times or the Washington Post. So I definitely think that's shifting them. But he also said, look, we choose not to cover certain things. So our silence also speaks. And I think, you know, you just illustrated that very well. Why would they not cover your book, given your stature in Christian media, given the, you know, subject matter of the book? It was so bizarre to me that I kind of thought, this is really bizarre. Not literally, not a word, not one word. I thought, what's going on? Well, when we come back, we'll find out more. What's going on? Talking to Megan Basham with The Daily Wire. Don't go away.
"daniel" Discussed on Jesus is Real Radio with Daniel Fusco
"Jesus is real. Jesus is not safe sometimes. Today, pastor Daniel reminded us that in order to follow Jesus, we are living in a counter cultural way. The culture around you will pressure you to cut corners. When you live for your own comfort, you'll get into those demands. But ask yourself today, if you want comfort, or if you want to follow Jesus, the beautiful life in Christ is going to put you in conflict with the world you live in. Hey everybody, pastor Daniel here. I realized that there are many of you, you're not a born again follower of Jesus, you've never put your faith in trust in Jesus, but as you've been listening, you've been saying to yourself, I want to be getting to follow Jesus. I want to help you do that right now. We're going to pray a simple prayer that just acknowledges who Jesus is in your life. Pray this prayer with me. Say Jesus, I'm giving you my life. Thank you for saving me. I believe in you. Your life. Your death on the cross and your resurrection forgive me of my sins, fill me with your Holy Spirit, and I ask it in Jesus name, amen. For those of you who just receive Jesus as your personal lord and savior, I'm so excited for you. I want to help you take your next steps with him. So pull out your mobile phone, text the word saved to 51 400. SAV ED to 5 one four zero zero. And my team will get in touch with you. We want to get some more resources in your hands to help you on this journey. Make sure to tune in again as pastor Daniel will share how life and Jesus truly is beautiful and perfect in a way. When you come to God, he begins to transform your desires to match his. What your desires line up with his, he's going to grant you the desires of your heart. But they don't ever look the way you think they will at first. Dive into the beatitudes with us and discover what the beautiful life in Christ truly is. There's more to come from pastor Daniels series called beautiful, please. Glance at the clock right now and make plans to join us again for another edition
"daniel" Discussed on Jesus is Real Radio with Daniel Fusco
"Blessed are the merciful for they shall obtain mercy. God's economy doesn't work out the way we think it should sometimes. God brings blessings out of the things that we never would. As faster Daniel has brought us through the beatitudes and the fruit of the spirit, we're seeing that it's not time to try harder. It's time to lean into who we already are in Christ. Time to lead a merciful life because of the mercy God has shown us. Hey everybody, pastor Daniel here. I realized that there are many of you, you're not a born again follower of Jesus. You've never put your faith in trust in Jesus, but as you've been listening, you've been saying to yourself, I want to be getting to follow Jesus. I want to help you do that right now. We're going to pray a simple prayer that just acknowledges who Jesus is in your life. Pray this prayer with me. Say Jesus, I'm giving you my life. Thank you for saving me. I believe in you. Your life. Your death on the cross and your resurrection forgive me of my sins, fill me with your Holy Spirit, and I ask it in Jesus name, amen. For those of you who just received Jesus as your personal lord and savior, I'm so excited for you. I want to help you take your next steps with him. So pull out your mobile phone, text the word save to 51 400. SAV ED to 5 one four zero zero. And my team will get in touch with you. We want to get some more resources in your hands to help you on this journey. Join us again here on Jesus is real radio when we learned that justice is not the only attribute of God. We want God to judge our enemies but have mercy for us. But pastor Daniel is going to remind you and me that that's not how God works. He says that the actively tangibly merciful person is the one who will receive mercy. Whatever you so into life, that will be what you read. When you sew in mercy, that's what you read. We wish we had more time today, but we will have to pick up where we left off next time. This pastor Daniel continues teaching through this series called beautiful. That's next time on
"daniel" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"How are you doing today? Another Thursday is upon us and that means another true crime story. I don't have a whole lot to preface this story with, so let's just hop aboard the crazy train to true crime. This week's case is one that was suggested to me by my dear friend, Ali. I am always looking for case suggestions from you guys. I want to know what you want to hear. And I definitely want to create content that you guys are going to enjoy. So I have a lot of ideas already, but I definitely want all the input. Today's case is one that I have heard of in passing I have definitely heard other podcasts cover this one and now it is my turn. So, without further ado, I give you the story of Daniel laplante. And full disclosure right at the top. Some of the details may be a little bit embellished. I'm just reporting what I found stated most often it is very hard to tell what is real and what is not in this case. I just wanted to put as much information in there as possible, some of these details may not be entirely accurate or fact. A lot of things have been exaggerated over the years, and has become sort of like lore almost. So I do want to make that clear before I get the story started. This is a true story, but some of the details may be a little embellished. I can't tell which ones are, in which ones aren't. So Daniel plant let's talk about him. He is our main character here. So he was born May 15th, 1970, in Townsend, Massachusetts. And he was immediately handed the shit end of the stick. His childhood was extremely traumatic..
"daniel" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp
"With genesis. Amar's camp with me today. Is daniel ghana. his businesses. Call a dream. But dan and today we're talking about out the me abundance but before we jump into that. Here's a bit about dan. So daniel magana is in international speaker bestselling author broadcaster. In coach. He is best known for his highly successful to millions program being the author of stepping beyond intention in his. Do it with. Dan am beyond success. Podcasts he is completely self made in has spent decades perfecting his world class coaching methodology. His mission statement to spearhead evolutionary uplift in universal consciousness by awakening people to the importance of their unique role in enabling them to manifest their dreamed life. And if that doesn't tell you.
"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"Any last questions or just want to thank you. Daniel i I haven't said this to anyone else. But i would love for us to check back in with you in a year or so and And how the work is going. Because i think what you're doing is so impressive in generous. This work is so so wildly. Important that that i'd like to know more about it and how people can get involved. Yeah carol teitelbaum is is leader of our group. Esprit out here for anybody. Who has been sexually abused for men. So we it's it's opportunity free. They come and join us and and you know. Learn how to heal. I think it's creative. Change dot com will okay. Yeah we do. An annual conference in happens to boys conference and usually david pelzer has been one of our speakers. John batchelor speaker for awhile and john lee leads to speak with us as well. Patrick karnes the david akron. And you know. I in in. I have to say the most moving stop that i've ever witnessed my light is is the work that the play the playback theatre that that cindy does with her grew. It's amazing it hit me you know. It's a huge piece. And i i kinda when i work with guys. Are you know on their hurt and harm. I kinda give them the same question opportunity. What would it look like the change. What would that look like to you. You know and and and have them as well. The only way we can change. That now is that you do that right. That's how i have to do is i. I have to repair and be the father that i i wanted rather than the father than i got. I had so. I encourage them to learn how to do that is to be you know it's uncomfortable. I tell you right now. It's uncomfortable because i don't know how to do that. But when you start learning how to do that and be the father to your kids that you wanted to have you get some of that back. So that's kind of incredible thing care always says that if we don't change the heart of men we're not gonna change their society and that's very true was thank you you you know i love you. I love you too and grateful for your presence here for the gift of your presence here on my monitor. Thank you for having me on asking me doing gary. thank you. Lead steady never cried and remembering to our website and and explore how you can contribute your story to our project and you can find out all about what we're doing on daddy never cried dot com..
"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"And so i was at that part in my teenage years. After baseball was done. I ended up going to college and played a little baseball. But in that time. I i had a lot of rage and i would be set up like instantly and i'm a black outrageous so i black out and I i get violent. If you're in front of me getting me to where i'm going to get upset and blackout and and i get violent and So that wasn't his. That was those accumulation of my life as a teenager. I had some about my own self. And so i was very confused. Kid along with that rage. And so i'd break windows to get in the house. If you're like me out okay. And i moved out here when i was twenty one. I never got any help financially. For my parents they would help my brothers and my sister and i was the black sheep and i was the rebel kid and he never let me money at a figure out. How live you had to parent parent yourself. Yeah well yeah no i. Part of that parenting was good and part of it was really not good. You know my kids suffered from that part of me i was. I was a drill sergeant. Because i didn't know how to be and my kids were afraid to be their own. Emotions be freight express themselves or be who they were. You know and and it wasn't until i got into recovery that i realize i'm doing the same damn thing i just have to say. I think it's incredibly generous. Since strong in you to use all these experiences for good into what you've learned to to help break the chain of abuse end ignorance and that is Is is so prevailing still using your experience for good. I think that's incredibly generous in strong. So thank you so much being with us and then thinking daniel all the ripple south of positive ripple that are going out in the as a result it doesn't minimize the pain and struggles that you've been through or even that will continue to come up for you but it makes the world a better place so we'll might. My stepdad. just passed away last week. Merck varied we buried him last week.
"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"I needed the data boy and i needed the recognition. I needed that. That praise from him and i condemn it still always or even though i did good here. It was always this over here. That i didn't stay could've done better. And and so. That was kind of a. That was a struggle for me you dismissing you know. He didn't get on that. But you could've did this over here in an you know and so it was south defeating for me and so i was going to be the best. I don't care if you can imagine the competitiveness. It was all or nothing. And that's kind of how it was with him and says settling. Your wound were healed with your stepfather but then there were all kinds of new ones that developed as a result of that perfectionist kind of attitude. Not all was him. You know as my perception that i needed that. I it was my own need which wrong put on him because he was being a role that he can fill and i needed to do my own work and i'm still wounded child and i have a father figure now but i don't know how to interact with that father figure other than he's a coach k. So that's why. I refer to him as coach and basically you pulled out all the stops. Whatever he wanted you wanted to be there for him and fulfill it. Yeah you finally had a father. I batted five five hundred as a kid throughout all the way up to my junior senior. And i played third base and there were not many things went by there so i i was golden gloves and batting titles and whatever else and i play tournaments and stuff and i'm still playing softball today but i love i guess up so he did teach me golf. He made me offered him because he loves golf. Feeling that so. Many men can relate to some of these experiences in fact. I'm pretty sure. I noticed gary nodding his head while you were talking. I recognize that well the the thing that i marvel eleven and i'm certainly learning about fathering in the experiences of.
"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"Daniel know you know my mom. I love my mom and she did the best she could. And she's a she's a good lady strong lady. You'll never talk about dad's not crying. My mom would never literacy. Is your crock. That's the era that she grew. I'm not gonna show you my tears. You're not gonna see that you know so. That too is well along with my dad. It's the same message this matter male or female. But she was she was a single parent and that's kind of how she ferreted. I myself had to find out that. I needed to repair it myself. And i had to find ways to do that and i had to find work with to learn how to do that. That's where it came from. Yes you aligned with benevolent man. Yes grace though. I think partly was getting a year in high school. We've come from this. Abusive family and the background was their individual or are turning point. Where or did you have to go through drug abuse and alcoholism yourself you say you were in your forties before you really faced a lot of the stuff. Did you have to go through a very dark gary to get to that late. Well i have to say. Thank god i. I grew up in the seventies a lot of drugs and alcohol and i was a latchkey kid. So i'm out there seeking connection all the time growing up so learning how to be friends learning how to make brands. Learning how to be who you need me to be so that we can have a friendship but not really letting you know. What's inside of me because you're not going to like me. You really know the truth about right so not all of my life was bad in and i through recovery in through the pieces of what i'm going back and looking at it going over to like find. The joy in most of my life was really good. There was just some bad things that had a profound effect on me. I was not a good father for my kids. The first twelve years of their life I'm an alcoholic addict as well and you started using alcohol thirteen and pot thirteen and all the other stuff came after. I got sober at twenty four and then i states overtook probably twenty eight and then i ended up going back out and i got sober again. I was married at that. Time wasn't doing a program of recovery. I was just being sober.
"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"He ended up committed suicide. So there really is no closure. You know on the chapter for him. A lot of my anger was wrapped up of my father issues. Were with him and those carried on into my stepdad. As well the chance to work those out no chance to work those out with him. How old were you when he committed suicide. I was a just turning just a little boy. So i have that huge father wound. I didn't get to really know him. I had to find out. I did my research on here from different people and i have tell them. I don't want you to tell me it was a great guy. I want you to tell. We really what i wanna know. I know some bad things about him. And they're probably was good things people say. Oh he was a great guy and blah blah blah. But you know that's surface stuff and it's not you know. They didn't tell me what he really was like the things that i need to know for myself of to understand him. I know he was a sick person. And i done my work and i can forgive him for that. I can still be angry with too. Yeah now you've obviously done some research in Work on this. I'm curious given the poverty given how big his family was And the time that you've father's growing up. I have to think this was not uncommon story in a lot of ways. Yeah just from getting my education. I'm dealing with the cps system here. And i'd see this child protective services and just talk services. That's what i had done that once before for san bernardino county and it's as riverside county but i got my goddaughter out of a group home. She's been in in and out of the juvenile hall in foster parenting in group homes. And so i was able to get her out finally before she was eighteen. At least and so. I've been kind of into that system to understand it more in find out what really is going on out there. It's been going on a long time when you have children raising children again. There's no parenting Role model it's generational piece keeps having down and your poverty is a huge huge piece of add. A lot of women that are going into this. Cps system is not bad mothers but they don't have the financial means to be good much yes education property and all those things contributes daniel. We want to hear about your stepfather to but first of all. I've got this burning question because now we're hearing about this. Pardon the metaphor this desert of parental environment that you grew up in and that your parents grew up in as well. I mean the. They're generations of absent parents. And now i'm hearing about all of the parenting that you're doing for your family members for your god children for the community really in your work with it happens to voice. So what where. Where did your life pivot from.
"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"Yeah yeah and i came along when when she was eighteen and so they were the same age though kids and and so your father had been raised in this extraordinary extended. Family mean beyond the bounds of our understanding really. How did that trickle down to his relationship with you daniel. You know i'm finding out. I'm a foster parent now and i had to do a lot of things to be a foster parent lot education into that fees and on finding out the dynamics of kids raising kids in the abuse that goes on just with the kids raising and i can only imagine what that was with them and what abuse they suffered through as far it's not an era back then have they talked about that kind of stuff all he lived through it. You're okay that's the way it was. I kind of understand the concept of children raising children. Also i'm boss depart from my my grandson right now. Who is eleven. And his mom had him when she was fifteen. And that's my stepdaughter. And she has arrested development and she has her own issues and his twenty eight and she has five kids by stepped in to provide an example of a stable parent figure kind of stuck by her whole life. I kind of stayed in touch with her. So i kinda kinda see that in relate to what my dad my mom. We're going through as kids growing up. I maybe it was easier than i don't know i. The challenges of being young in starting out you know not having graduated high school and starting out with kids and in that dynamic and then my dad was an alcoholic in an addict is well so that didn't go well kim in the family as well so so that had a negative impact on you. How did that affect you well. He was very abusive abusive to my my mom witness m beating her up a. He did not cuss around to not as much but he's still do it but you never know what he would be like when he was coming home. A few is loaded or not. He was a heroin addict. Is wall you when even when he was there present he really wasn't present. He was doing his own thing. Even though you recognize him you didn't know who is walking through the door. what kind of father. He was going to be that day. That's the eggshell syndrome. You know you know what you what to expect so you walk around related to get the feel for who he is and then you know then you can kind of adjust accordingly. What your behavior is gonna be. Yeah that's at an early age and kids shouldn't have to do that But it's a survival technique. You did it because you have to to survive so you wouldn't get hurt. Yeah y learned a lot of survival skills that very early age. Because i was. I was abused sexually abused when i was five. And a half. So i had to learn how to survive I just don't want to pass what you just said at age five. You're sexually abused and your father was not present for so many different reasons. He was a child himself and he was further arrested by his substance abuse so so there was no protector for you know no no there. Wasn't you know my dad did find out about it. He did find out in. He yelled at me me in the house and we were never to talk about that again you that was it. I never told anybody else. Forty years old. You know. I kept that hidden in. That's kind of where my rage lewis from a lot of my trauma..
"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"And we have with us. Today daniel martinez. He's as speaker and workshop leader for an organization called. It happens to boys. Thank you for being with us daniel..
"daniel" Discussed on SmartLess
"A relationship is what she wants to know. Yeah i yeah. I have come a long story short. It is hard that with the schedule. Ya the schedule and you kind need for the It of teaches you to be selfish. You have to kind of go all in to like your boss skip all notice even like with family of friends because formula one is serving tense. And everything's like so strict on time and if a mate is late for dinner by like ten minutes on this online that you've listed ten minutes in my talk like that i've kind of grown with the sport idea resent in like life a lot. It's kind of a necessary evil if you will but you do have self care in the sense that like i i noticed. Do you live in monaco. You and i guess you spend a lotta of time over in the uk because that's where mclaren his base so you must go back and forth quite a bit to the uk's that right. i'm guessing yes an eye. So dax said you are an anglo fine. What assigned to look up what that meant. You missed it. Is she said asshole talk about me. He said you're an anglophile. Which is that someone who like wants to be british. So something like that something like that. We're just has a has a great deal as a reverence for And i i'd say guilty as charged in And i and i love the dak said that because it always makes dax laugh. Because every time i've mentioned like with my friend lingo limit. Gas your bunnies from london. Barney's always got 'cause he calls me broil impression is it's so good right way. Do you know like in other sports. Daniel the the like in football and stuff people. There is a ceiling of a when you reach a certain age. Is that true in your sport as well do people age out or are there people of a certain age still doing it. I would say it's uncommon to go like beyond forty I wonder why that is because because reaction time. Oh yeah that's true. I would say it's got to do this. Maybe some yeah like reflexes in that and you can't be a fatty either right. You gotta you gotta fit in those small cars. Here we go. Yeah talk to how you manage your water weight and everything you drink a lot of electrolytes or i. It's very like as soon as it's like. Tell someone how how much we lose during a race to sweat and obviously fluids evans. I need to become an f. Drive either you to lose light into house about whether you're about to make bateman cry. Tell them how much you lose you. Drop between five to ten pounds waterway per race. Yep exactly are you kidding me. I can use that true. I would say on average around like two and a half kilos. Which is we'll tell maybe seven pounds. Sure wait how do you do that. How he's web quickly from sweat. Dude i'll just sway. Okay yeah is there any way. We could just put jason's face in an f. one car. Just do that just so we could learn to three kilos outta my face right now. I can only see like just my basically from they shouldn't be breast. They should be pick. That's start there. What i'm going to do here is i'm gonna just tell my camera up. There's the angel. Look at this week. I was gonna say so. You spend a lotta time in the uk but then you go back and forth and In fucked acts. But then you also spend you also live in los angeles part of the time you own a house in los angeles quite near all of us. I think i am not that. I've googled. But i have where it is and i think we're practically neighbors daniel. What's in the garage over there. Yeah that was my next question. La car so so big bay the bogan australia. We call we call us back home because we don't really have anything big enough to call a truck. So when i when i got my license in the states i was like thirsting. Buying is a wrapped up so rows Incidents this is the most disappointing thing you said. First of all it's empire it no. It's so inland empire view. I a mc contract to say well let me just say this friends don't let friends drive fords. gmc gmc's year is tremendous vehicle. Wills been doing the commercials for gmc. For what is it will twenty-five years twenty two coming up twenty three years. I've been the voice of gmc trucks and they will. They are professional grade jason. Thank you for testing. Yeah yeah he's great. I've seen this the first moment. I've seen daniels face respect. You will right there with. Like i'm gonna i'm gonna drive over to your house and a brand new. Gmc yukon xl. Denali daniel and i make convert out of you. Wait so you spend time in los angeles. My point was this. That kind of must be for you. The real getaway because formula one is not huge in california in australia. I imagine you're i know you're a bit of a superstar in australia. Loves you and they've embraced you. When you're in europe you. Everybody watches formula one. And so that. You're getting not harassed but like your daniel ricardo f one champion driver. You come to los angeles is kind of you. Get to have a little go. Walk around. yeah you want granted and kind of have a life right is that am i. 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"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"Dallas cowboys. I'm going to rip eleven through fifteen and just grabbed two that interest here eleven to the giants devante smith wide receiver from alabama. Let's stick with alabama with the twelfth. Pick pat 'certain junior pertain. The second the second or junior. I always get that i always do that. Up the second the second patch retain the second so going to the eagles. The eagles play that beautifully. They trade out from six to twelve. They still get the top corner in the draft 'certain than thirteen a little mini run on corners here. The chargers the assumption offensive. Line up. man. They need corner as well. Jc horn Premier premiere talent. He goes at thirteen to the chargers. Jalen phillips fourteen to the minnesota. Vikings and fifteen mike parsons. Linebacker penn state to the new england patriots to name. Stand out first and talk about the heisman trophy Going to the new york giants. The giants are all in on trying to upgrade the personnel around you channels so they can evaluate him and see if he is the franchise quarterback going forward. The of gives them a playmaker. Someone who was skewed route runner. And we've seen it. He gets open versus everybody. Giving them a bit open. Specialists were certainly helped daniel jones and the other pick jalen phillips going fourteen to the minnesota vikings minnesota vikings need another pass rusher. Look they were hamstrung because they didn't have. Anthony barr some of the other defensive weapons you now give phillips who was a technician at the point of attack helps them a teammate. A playmate opposite of danielle hunter on the other side. Those guys go hunt together Sixteen through twenty. I'll rip them off. Just give me one that stands out. I've got jalen waddell going to the arizona cardinals met. It'd be fun to watch him there. Seventeen the raiders. Go to linebacker jeremiah. We'll core amoah from notre dame. Gus bradley requires a lot of speeding athleticism ability to cover in that defense. They get it. miami dolphins stay local at eighteen. They get greg russo. Who there's a chance could slide a little bit with a little bit tight. Obits stiff in his workout The jumps weren't all that explosive. but go. i remind you just go back and look at the ten time there and look at how big and how long he is I'm still a fan of rousseau. Nineteen alleged vera. Tucker from usc he goes to the washington. Football team could really played left tackle for them as a rookie before eventually sliding inside When they can address at position. And then twenty greg newsom against dan right there in chicago. He goes to the bears from northwestern very talented core. Yeah talented list..
"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"You know we've got a great you so he's got kind of all those intangibles plus the things that you want the leadership the the humbleness that has the you know the team first mentality. People wanna play for him and get everything half or he's gonna make everybody around him better you know so he. He's a he's a. He's a unicorn. I'm off and you know i i. I just don't know what what is wing this might be. I really don't. I mean bucks. What what would you say by the. We'll keep the conversation going. Because the only thing when i go back through my notes was maybe there's some pocket awareness things at times. Or maybe he'll hold the ball. You really you're picking buck. I don't know what your hat on. I think the thing you do is kinda nitpick like when you play those games. Lsu and a high state maybe when depression lay changing in coverage. They trick them a little bit but he is so good. I think coach for you. I think has always fascinated to get a coach's perspective when you're on the other side in your team is playing against a duke. Meaning a franchise quarterback. What is that feeling. Like when you're facing. Does it change how you approach it from defense like. What is it like facing a topnotch quarterback on the other side. Well yeah yeah. It's very challenging. Obviously now we played them. Two years ago we had two pigs. So don't interception. While ended up picking them all he doing the coverage a little bit. You know trying to force the ball. But sometimes quarterbacks do that. But but i think you really just trying to contain them. I mean really. You know you know is going to be able to make those plays the thing about clemson too is that you had some other players. That are really good. You know some of those wide receiver running back. So i mean you really. You really just can't try to focus. Oh stopping him so on. That's what makes it really challenging. Nothing but i think you just want to try to keep everything in front. Y'all wanna give those big plays that he's obviously capable doan. Try try to make him get impatient. I think so you know. Just give him the underneath throws and see if you take them all day. You know and some quarterbacks willing you know they they want to get that ball down to only get a little bit hungry in eager to throw the ball down the field. That's where you get trouble on. But if he's has that patience then it's going to be hard to beat him. You know because they have so many great weapons around him. But on but yeah. It's it's very difficult. I think when you're facing somebody that caliber talent wise. You know coach. I prefer it for teams. Just give me the underneath stuff..
"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"I can hear an argument either way on how people sort sort him out. I'm okay with this. I i'm not gonna die on that hill. What i'm getting at. But i think both guys have the ceiling and both guys have a little bit lower floor. It's funny because i think these three guys when we talk about them we have to kind of all talk about them together right because it is such a unique conversation right so i'm going back through in in looking at these guys right. We talk about. Justin feels may will trae last one. Has the shortest resume turns the amount of gain sixteen starts whatever. But then when you go and you dig deep into justin. Feels and zack wilson. Their stores are closing comfortable. Zag wilson obviously had the injury before last season. Where like the numbers weren't necessarily what you want. But then it pops last year third three touchdowns three interceptions you look. It feels numbers. Yes sixty three nine as i guess like a two year starter one and a half year start whatever you however you quantify this shortened season that they had that wilson is super talented super skill. Love the pocket presence deploys the way that he is able to play on the script or off the script The thing that you love and we'd never can get this scouting man. I would love to see them. Play more big time games within when you go back and you look at the previous season. He has some big time game. He showed up in some of those things. But it's that's lake. Justin feels you see those wild. And you're like man i need degrade to flash is because the college football playoff against clemson was always say that's signature game because i think these played on a big stage it lets you see the talent in what the talent could be the next level but when you watch indiana and northwestern man he was repeatedly tricked and full and bad decisions Couldn't really felt like he saw some goes in terms of coverage because the late changes or whatever and you wonder how many times is he going to give food at the next level and then you wonder what kind of system. And they were trae lance. I saw those things that you talked about. Like the mrs because he does have mrs but then the thing where counterbalance it. He is by far the most accomplished runner of he ran for eleven hundred yards. He threw design quarterback. Run game has to be a part of the offense when you when you draft him. He's built for that right. And so with all of these guys. I would say how a rank i still have. Fields over will's feels is more talented in terms of like the raw physical tools in presence of whatever. But i think wilson can play in any system that you wanna play it. I think for fields a think. Not necessarily ease is predicated on this game. But there's certain things that. I think that you have to do for him. I think play action has to be a big part of it because you talk about him. Getting stuck on the primary read will play action clears all of that up. It is very easy when you stick the ball in the building and pull it back out. It is my primary my secondary. That's pretty much outplay. Axa done is he the one half of the field or right over the middle of the field. And so those things. And i think trae lance trae last needs to be an office. I'm not saying that his like baltimore but it has to be..
"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"That impact your ability to make these evaluations when it comes to the compare contrast do without i guess i should also mention sam darnold right. Try and you try and get in on sam and i think you know the jets. I'm curious again. What what's the best way here. Is it man. Let's get sam darnold. We're gonna if we are going to trade sam darnold. Let's trade them now before everybody else gets their quarterback or is it to say man. We might get a desperate team if we sit here and wait a little bit until the one team. That's left without a chair. We might get somebody to really overpay on this. If if they end up going down that road yeah i mean. There's there's so many things like like right now. Dj in the market. I if i'm the jets are probably wanna get sam off the books now. Because i don't want to necessarily go unless you feel like you can win with him. Do they have to make that determination. Because you still have the smoke around jimmy garoppolo in those things and maybe it is a situation. Where because you talk about the bears on the bears. Do i knock on the forty niners door to see if i can get in on jimmy garoppolo particularly because he played eastern illinois bringing all that other stuff. Whatever i mean. There's a lot we said. But but if you're if you're the jets if you have if you don't have a physical on these draftable quarterbacks you haven't watched them workout you haven't you haven't met with them. I don't know that. I'm i don't know that i can get rid of sam until i know what i'm bringing his better than what i'm getting rid of. Oh i mean. I think i think there's something to be said for that. Nothing based you'd have to make a decision. What are they really feel about. Sam i think that's the main thing i think wants digest determine. How do we feel about the quarterback that we have in the building right now. Do we feel great enough about his process that we will bypass what is out there. And we're going to go all in on building up this team around because be a lot of holes. That and so quarterback is a magic elixir to fix the problems..
"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"The last couple of years all right the seventh pick. This is where things start to get interesting. You look at the detroit. Lions and the report comes out that they are open to trading matthew stafford. So that means to me. They're very much in the quarterback market. And i would not even be shocked if they tried to move up. You look at a team like miami at pick number three bucks. That could be a destination for them to try and get up to make sure they get a quarterback they like in this scenario. They sit right where they are. Justin field from ohio state falls right in her lap. I think this is interesting is especially interesting that we look at the composition of their coaching staff. Anthony lynn coming over the of coordinator day campbell talking about being kind of a little horn team. I think you will see a run. I see as in feels throws into the position. But also look for the detroit to may be signed. A ridge quarterback maybe quarterback is tyrod. Say they don't know if he likes to bite kneecaps. I think it's a good fit there. Dan campbell all right. Let's get to pick number eight carolina panthers. I think they would have been very interested to look at a quarterback former to fall. We have four quarterbacks on in the first seven picks so they're out of. I don't think anybody they can take their matt mack jones. I think it's a little early for that. One there So i have them go with the tackle big pook a suicide oregon to the panthers at number eight. Yeah i liked it. I liked that because one thing that we know about maverick. He won't say tough and physical football team. They were unable to impose their will consistently on a you get a sewer to insert into that offense align you get christian mccaffrey back man you. The carolina panthers played the style. That rule really wants to play down in charlotte. Are we get to the ninth. Pick the denver. Broncos we got him going caleb farley here big corner out of virginia tech i i believe is the best in the draft book to me. I think is one of the five best players in the draft. He's outstanding opted out this last year. Big long fast physical with outstanding ball skills. You don't have to look any further than the afc championship game to not how you have to construct your team. You're in this division. The denver broncos you gotta deal with against the chiefs twice a year. You better have a stable of quarterbacks kayla farley gives a big physical player to maybe snuff out some of the speed and explosiveness that can't cheese can present with their wide receiver core night last. Pick here in the top ten. Let's go dallas cowboys. Let's stick with the cornerback theme here. Patrick. 'certain some people believes the top quarterback. He's one or two depending on where you talk to but big talented again long. Instinctive corner from alabama. Maybe the short area quickness not quite at the level with with farley. That's the only difference to me..