18 Burst results for "David Bailey"

"david bailey" Discussed on Bitcoin Magazine Podcast

Bitcoin Magazine Podcast

07:36 min | 3 d ago

"david bailey" Discussed on Bitcoin Magazine Podcast

"Sounds good. Yeah, thanks for that background. And then also Brandon, I'd like toss it over to you. I noticed something in your background is that you have a bachelor's of science and chemical engineering from the university of Alabama. And I thought that was just kind of an interesting transition that you've seen to have made over to this kind of monetary technology side of things and media side working with Bitcoin magazine in the Bitcoin conference. So I'd be curious to hear what your interests were initially and maybe how you see those interacting with Bitcoin if at all. Yeah, sure. The first thing I'll say is a university of Alabama, low key has a little bit of a mafia in the Bitcoin space. Partially driven by Bitcoin magazine, but Matt mentioned Zelle and grant. They're both Bama alum as well as David, Tyler, who are the cofounders of the entire adventure at cofounders of coin magazine. So we've got a few other folks from the university kind of interspersed throughout the space. So good little cohort coming from there. Maybe there's some something overlapping with Bitcoin and a little roll tight energy who knows. But so anyway, the short on me is I graduated back in 2017, went straight into the Bitcoin space, kind of stumbled into it. I didn't know anything about it. I learned from David Bailey for the past, I guess, 5 plus 5 and a half, almost coming up on 6 years. So yeah, I mean, it's been a wild ride working in the space this long. Definitely have watched it ebb and flow and grow probably ten to 20 X what it was when I first entered, we even over 20 X, so yeah, I mean, it's been a pretty crazy ride. You know, I would say the quick thing on just like the chemical engineering side is, you know, it's the way of thinking. It's a schema of how you kind of take knowledge dissect it and build up kind of hypotheses around that knowledge. Or structure kind of thinking. And so in a lot of ways, chemical engineering taught me literally nothing about Bitcoin, but it taught me a way by which you can examine it and start to figure it out. So that's the shout out I'll give to the engineering background. And there's a lot of engineers in the space. It's not a coincidence. Awesome, yeah, thanks for sharing. And I think something that's caught my eye with Bitcoin is the interdisciplinary interdisciplinary nature of it draws upon so many fields from computer science to law, philosophy, economics, game theory, many even just kind of the provision of energy. So the applied maybe political economy of things. And for me, that's been one of my favorite parts of going down the Bitcoin rabbit hole as they get to engage all of these disparate areas that I've interested in and try to make sense of all of them. So I'm really excited to have both of you on here today to maybe help do that and get a little bit speculative, perhaps cosmic here on cosmic Bitcoin. And yeah, I guess before we do that, I just would be curious to hear what your experience was like in trying to understand Bitcoin. And for me personally, it's quite a few touches before I've even begin to take it seriously. And I've found over time that it kind of requires a willingness to be to exist outside of the mainstream or to be an opposition to prevailing opinion. I mean, if everyone understood and did the work on Bitcoin, perhaps we'd be a little bit further along in adoption. So I think it's safe to say that we're perhaps early to the whole Bitcoin story. So Matthew, I guess you're a bit more within kind of the perhaps institutional mainstream, given your work and I'd be curious to hear how that is existing in that space. And if you talk about Bitcoin in that context of your professional work at all, or if that's more something that you try to keep separate and kind of like how it's been navigating that yeah, I mean, so certainly I guess like day to day by professional domain is basically cybersecurity risks and threat actors at the state and at the nation state level. And so Bitcoin is an ancillary to that sort of direct question. I mean, we're not advising our client sensor of Bitcoin reserve strategies or anything like that, but the way I sort of bridge the two is really through kind of what I think to your original point about the sort of multiple disciplinary perspective that Bitcoin forces you to take in order to try to understand and understand broader implications is these larger geopolitical monetary forces, right? I think the interconnection between my day job in terms of trying to understand the global picture, sort of the emerging trends and sort of stresses in the global system and Bitcoin is emerging as a sort of a novel and kind of complicated new variable and that very complex and almost irreducibly complex global system. And so I try to understand Bitcoin just from a profession to understand if I'm looking ahead to the next 5, ten years. And I think in terms of scenarios, I think this is an important scenario, this sort of put into that sort of Bayesian tree to understand the implications. And sort of try to think around those corners to minimize strategic surprise. So that's kind of the professional kind of take I have on thinking through Bitcoin and the relevance for decisions that you may take at a strategic level over the next 5 or ten years. If you're trying to think through these different scenarios. But Bitcoin itself, forces you to actually understand it. It's a very complicated both sort of technology stack, especially if you're not technically minded. It could be kind of intimidating to understand the kind of the different aspects of its protocol design and why it's designed the way it was designed and sort of reached back through different sort of intellectual strains in economic history and sort of even social anthropology. And so yeah, you can sort of refract a number of different domains through Bitcoin if you want. If you want to take sort of a broader sociological anthropological philosophical sort of economic history lens, you can take that if you want to just look at sort of computation and cryptography and Peter pair systems, you can take that perspective and each one of those domains is itself a rich literature, an academic literature, a sort of a deep intellectual heritage that if you really want to try to rock this thing that we call Bitcoin. I think you really have to try to get your arms around it. And that's just to try to understand its history and where it is. Then trying to project forward, right? Then you're throwing in a whole bunch of other dynamics, right? So if your premise is Bitcoin succeeds, by whatever definition of success you have, well then you have to assume it's going to start to interact with these existing systems. Existing political systems at the nation state and international level levels or geopolitical balances of power and the relationship between those balances of power and the surgery associated monetary dynamics that have emerged in the past 70 years. So yeah, there's a lot that Bitcoin if you take it seriously, the forces you to reckon with and sort of always always forces you to understand how much you really don't understand. Yeah, definitely can be a humbling experience trying to wrap your arms around it. But certainly a gratifying one nonetheless, at least for myself, and I'm sure many others, Brandon, if you have anything to add there, how is Bitcoin impacted you as you've tried to understand it? I know you said you came from a chemical engineering background came to Bitcoin with somewhat of a limited understanding and obviously have learned immense amounts along the way. And is there anything in particular that's really caught your eye in the space is being particularly rich ground for maybe understanding the technology, but also understanding maybe your interests and what has really sparked you about it. Yeah, I mean, the thing that I'll just quickly say is if you are in this Twitter space and you've never sent a Bitcoin transaction on chain or over lightning, then you haven't had the real lightbulb moment yet because Bitcoin can be cool in concept and theory. There's tons of ways like Matt already said that it intersects all these different disciplines. But until you've literally played with it and you've seen kind of that power of just like I just sent money from one place to

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"david bailey" Discussed on Simply Bitcoin

Simply Bitcoin

03:43 min | 3 weeks ago

"david bailey" Discussed on Simply Bitcoin

"And other law enforcement authorities are looking into what is going on with DCG. So if you connect those two dots, man, you know, it's a lot of coincidences, could it be that the party is still going? Is it just, are we just looking at is it just SPF of just FTX or the only ones? They have a lot of Bitcoin, man. They have a lot of Bitcoin. DCG has a lot of Bitcoin. So maybe we see more fireworks. I don't know. What are your thoughts on all this, bro? Well, at first, before I go into my thoughts, what exactly is the David Bailey? I kind of saw some stuff talking about that. They did like a website. They're trying to claim, let me pull reserves of the GBTC or something. Yeah, let me, let me pull it up. That's a great question. All right, so the redeemed GBTC campaign where a group of GBTC shareholders interested in ensuring the trust has managed to maximize the value for all shareholders. Our goals, a credible path to redemption that minimizes impact on the Bitcoin market to a reduction in management fees, three a change in management and a competitive bidding process for new trust sponsors. Interesting interesting. Well, okay. To my point that I was going to make just a tag onto what you said at the very end. It looks like the dead body you still haven't floated down river and oh man, here was me being hopeful that we are getting out of this bear market. And we shall see what happens. We shall see what kind of fireworks we see by the end of this 20 21 and 2022 bear market. Man, what a crazy, crazy time. I've said it before and I'll say it again and obviously I will double down on this. Don't buy GBTC guys. Don't participate in paper Bitcoin. This is why we tell you guys to take your Bitcoin in self custody by Bitcoin. This is the way guys, this is how you stop this madness and stop recreating the Fiat system on blockchain. Now I know that you can get GBTC three or four-o-one-ks and what have you and it's a way to get exposure to Bitcoin if you still have some money in the legacy system. There's obviously nuance in this, but I am just not a fan of paper Bitcoin and GBTC seems to be a huge paper Bitcoin Ponzi and if we learned anything in the last year, man, it's like don't chase yield or you'll become the yield and I understand again, there's obviously nuance to all this.

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"david bailey" Discussed on Simply Bitcoin

Simply Bitcoin

05:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"david bailey" Discussed on Simply Bitcoin

"Referred to a referred a request for comment to a DCG spokesman in a statement the company said DCG has a strong culture of integrity and is always conducted its business lawfully. We have no knowledge of or reason to believe that there is any eastern district of New York investigation into DCG. Genesis is a subsidiary whose unit offers lending services set in a statement that it does not comment on specific legal or regulatory matters. Genesis maintains regulatory dialog and cooperates with relevant regulators and authorities when it receives inquiries, it said. The SEC and U.S. attorney's office for the eastern district of New York declined to comment it's unclear which intercompany activity is drawing scrutiny. I mean. I mean, look, I think that things are definitely developing, like I said, public figures like this that have such a high profile for them to make statements like this isn't it's not just like just an on and on on Twitter saying talking his mouth. Like this is a very public figure and when you say things like this, it has consequences. So a very strong statement he is accusing him of fraud, holy cow. So moving on on the other front, this is David David Bailey, CEO of awesome Bitcoin company, your friends over at Bitcoin magazine. And it looks like he's starting this movement. He started this movement to get a large majority share of the GBTC and it looks like he's starting. He's starting to do that. And here's some tweets. Throughout the day. Throughout the last couple of days, it's time he's calling for Barry silbert to resign. He's retweeting a camera winkle vie, bravo. Now let's talk about DCG and almeida and the billions they sold from FTX users. So David Bailey's is proposing is that apparently there was collusion between Barry silbert and SPF of almeida. This is crazy. This is absolutely nuts. And I was posting memes. This is simply Bitcoin. So we do have the cover the memes burnt toast. Absolutely hilarious. And it looks like there are campaign has been somewhat successful. We've now heard from 2000 investors representing 25% of the shares of GPT C, it's time for a change free the Bitcoin.

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"david bailey" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

03:13 min | 3 weeks ago

"david bailey" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Please head over to leaden IO, which is LED and dot IO. So the shareholders can vote for it to be moved under valkyries management. They can do that. And DCG or Barry have no choice in that. How does that even get organized? Well, what you have to do is gather enough votes so that you can demand a proxy vote. Okay. And what's happened since we published our letter is other people have been organizing. Other people. And David Bailey, for instance, has been out there organizing a grassroots campaign of gathering up all the people to our shareholders of GBTC to say, hey look, you know, let's organize here. Fir tree filed their lawsuit. We're taking active position. We get phone calls. I mean, I was working on Christmas Eve. I mean, I probably had 8 hours of phone calls on Christmas Eve to have a people calling us like legitimate people that own shares of GBC say, how can we help? Yeah, so there's like multiple things happening here. There's the management of the trust, but there's also that you believe that trade with the discount is a good trade because at some point that the owners of those shares will be able to redeem them for Bitcoin at some point. Yeah. Yeah. So yeah, I think there's probably enough. I mean, look, there's probably enough people according to what David has collected. And I'm not involved in what he's doing, but I see what he says. And according to what he's collected, it's probably 10% already, which is enough to affect a vote. So then there could be a vote to change the sponsor. And then if there's enough people that vote for it, now I think grayscale would fight it tooth and nail. But how do they find it and they try and get people to vote against it? Yeah, they probably get people to vote against it. They probably say, well, you know, we don't have to we don't have to hand it over. And it really would come down to a Delaware chance report. So then a bigger wider question I have for you is that everything was going well for Bitcoin. The price was good, Tesla had bought some. Michael saylor had bought most of it. Lots of positive projects, investments. Like everything was going well. And yes, the macro environment has been great. But we expect things like that. But the decisions of all the behavior of four or 5 institutions slash companies slash funds have really fucked it up for everyone, right? Yeah. When you look at this and you consider the future of Bitcoin, how do we stop this happening again? But can we stop it happening again? Will people learn from this? I hope so. I mean, look at all the pain we went through in the end of 2017, 2018. It's all jumbled in my head right. You had all these ICO projects that were coming out that were complete scams and they were pumping up the price of everything because everybody was getting excited about it. And then it all came crashing down, right? And by the way, people yell at the maxis.

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"david bailey" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast

The Café Bitcoin Podcast

05:30 min | Last month

"david bailey" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast

"In my experience, you know, it doesn't always happen that way, but I think it's probably going to happen that way again this time. Yeah. That one more to the list. You have like a personal assure, like a business issue, that forces you to sell a bunch of bitcoins at the bottom and that's exactly what the bottom is. Love it. Yeah, great tone. When you get margin call, you know, those kind of things. When basically you thought you were doing pretty well, you had sufficient collateral. You had your ducks in a row, but then you realized suddenly in this just panic moment that you don't. Yeah, and even you are forced to sell. That's when you know you're closer to the bottom. I totally agree with that. We have a long ways to go to get to the bottom if my conviction and purchasing Bitcoin is has to come into question if I have to question myself. We have a long ways to go. I am so bullish right now. Hey, Alex, do you have the topic on the list for today or maybe tomorrow the whole very silver and genesis and there was a letter to investors that haven't read yet, and some of it was about Valkyrie. Is that on a topic for today or maybe tomorrow? Because I really would love to know more about that from experts in this group. Yeah, I wasn't planning on talking to today. We could do it tomorrow. I mean, that whole drama is kind of unfolding. And I think we can save it. If you want to write down some notes and your thoughts, maybe if you're around a marble, we'll hit it. We'll try to catch up on that tonight. Yeah, I'd love to hear Dylan's thoughts on that. He's in the audience. He rarely comes up here. He's very chill when he comes in here. But yeah, and also you, Jeff, obviously. No, I'll just I'll just second what you said, Dylan and David Bailey are kind of at the forefront of what's going on over there, so I would definitely try to get them up if you can. I don't know, I don't know if Dylan likes me or not. Yeah, I don't think

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"david bailey" Discussed on Simply Bitcoin

Simply Bitcoin

05:50 min | Last month

"david bailey" Discussed on Simply Bitcoin

"The very similar to what coin desk is doing where they kind of put, you know, like an ostrich, they put their head in the ground and they choose to ignore it. All right, here we go. That's the right one. I think that they're ignoring it because if they do cover it properly, it exposes what it is they're covering itself. And if they do, if they do cover, for example, if they did give if the treasury put in the future of money report, Bitcoin, it would expose and it would get people to ask a very difficult question, the very difficult question is, why is inflation necessary? Why are we conditioned to think that our money has to steal from us? And they don't want you asking those questions. And I think coin desk, I don't think that they want to cover Bitcoin because it would really show everybody that the crypto projects that they're covering are shit, right? I can't come to another conclusion. Svet ski, did you hear about that space? This is the first time you're becoming aware of it. I've been off spaces for a little bit then. So I hadn't heard about it, but that was a beautiful grilling by Cory fucking fantastic. So what are your thoughts on that? And why do you believe that they're choosing to ignore their choosing to ignore it the way they are? And you had Larry Fink on that list. You had a central banker on that list. Think about it. And this movement, this peaceful revolution, they're highlighting our enemy, which are central bankers. Well, I would quote one of the listeners here, Elaine Lowell, who's talking about the process of licking the bum of altcoins. I mean, at the end of the day, coin disk has and always will be a ship coin publication. Unless unless David Bailey actually goes and buys him and turns him into a Bitcoin, you know, publication. But coin desk is a fucking shitcoin thing. Wasn't coined us behind the other shitcoin conference, the big one, whatever it was called. The Ethereum focused one. I can't remember the name now. But it used to be the biggest census, right? Yeah. What the fuck's consensus consensus is shitcoin conference. So I mean, I don't find it shocking at all. I think I would be, I would actually be probably more shocked if they had listed a bunch of bitcoiners. Because then I'd be kind of like quickly grabbing my pockets just to see what got stolen because I'd be expecting something on the other end of that. So I don't know. I mean, well done, Cory for fucking calling them out. Classic scumbags. They don't give a fuck about Bitcoin. The whole MO is shilling shit coins and spreading fake news and propaganda just said clown disk. That's exactly what the fuck they are. So let me ask you something, svet ski. Why? So but why is it that these chick coins? Why aren't they why aren't they covering Bitcoin? Like why are they choosing to ignore Bitcoin? They're giving platforms to central bankers and these giant Larry Fink, you know, he runs one of the largest index funds in the world.

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"david bailey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:00 min | 2 months ago

"david bailey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At least we're just talking about is incredibly important because the fed has raised rates and is going to raise rates more looking at the data on inflation that is behind it. The leading the lagging indicators. That's what they're looking at. And as a result, they're going to have reach go too high, and they're going to keep them there for too long. And if they do that, we are going to have not only a recession but potentially a seriously serious in terms of its length and potentially its breadth. And that's really what's being set up here. And the market looks at somewhat sanguine lens and I think that's a mistake because really what we're dealing here is potentially with an earnings decline that is not yet priced into the market for 2023. The earnings decline assumes also revenue declined. Do you just assume where the dearth of nominal GDP off the, the oddities of the last 24 months at revenue growth comes in as well as earnings? What actually is going to come in time is the profit margin, right? Revenues will go up. Of course, with inflation. But costs are going to go up more than that. The ability for people who produce goods to actually pass on price increases is going to go away. And the reason is because inventories are extremely hot. And what inventories do is they drive prices down. So we all be able to buy things less expensively during this coming of Black Friday and Christmas season, but ultimately it's going to make profits go down next year. And I think it's going to cause the economy to slow more than people think because once inventories build like this, then production, future production will be reducing disproportionately downward. David, I want to sit on something that you said that potentially because of fed's going to raise rates far beyond people think even in the face of weakness that is happening more rapidly than perhaps people realize this is going to lead to a long and potentially deep recession. I mean, that's essentially what you're saying. And then that's not being priced in. I'm looking right now to NASDAQ down 28% this year. I'm looking at an S&P down 16% this year. Where is it not being priced in? Well, you know, if you actually take a look at recessions historically, they could see markets down easily between 30 and 40%. But this is the most important single line that I think people are missing. Markets have never bottomed before a recession has begun. Look back at the historical data. And that's why you know you see these bear market rallies. You see short covering. You see the fact that we're in the fourth quarter and the fourth quarter is always a good quarter. All of those things are true too. But what we have to do is actually price in what is what is going to happen in the future. And what you said earlier, let's take a look at housing as a leading indicator, right? Right now, you have the houses that were started a year ago. When interest rates were 3% need to be completed. So the amount of housing unemployment that's taking place is virtually zero. We think that there'll be 400,000 people unemployed in housing next year. And about 2 million people who will be unemployed across the economy, which is not especially deep recession, but it's certainly not positive employment growth, as we've seen almost all year long. David, what does this mean in terms of what you're recommending to your clients? I mean, if they're talking about a long and deep recession, is this hideout in ten year treasuries? Is this hiding out in T bills until we have a better sense of what's going to happen? Yeah, we are deeply weightless we are deeply overweight bonds at the moment. We think that bonds are going to be a terrific investment, by the way, because, you know, if you buy a ten year bond today, let's say three 80, right? And it happens to go to 3% and you hold it for a year and change. That total return on that bond could be 10% because we could interest rates are going to be down a year to a year and a half from now. You know, we did the long-term rate on the ten year committee between two 50 and three. And that's because once a recession begins, rates will, of course, come down. And once we have unemployment prints for a couple of months, federal finally realizes vocal did it. They have to do something about it. Well, you're a economics team and good morning Andrew Holland horse who's been way out front on the slowdown called David bail and we've got a stagger to December 2nd and all of a sudden the jobs report, which is of interest, are we going to see the unemployment rate move in December yet or does that await till the first week of January? Well, it certainly could, you know, John, the readers come down relatively little so far, but what we're seeing are the postings come down. We're seeing a lot of pre announcements of layoffs all across the tech industry, some of the names you were talking about, you know, are planning ten and 15,000 layoffs in next year, but those haven't happened yet. And of course, we haven't seen this sort of industrial companies off anybody at this point because it was a hoarding of labor. David, thank you for the brief. David Bailey and Citigroup global wealth just thrilled to have him on today right now, Santa reports 508 tenths of a percent, 31 points, a nice lift to the market. Off the radar, even though Emory harden is an Indonesia, this is completely out of the zeitgeist this morning, EM reacting to what regards talking about. EM reacting to what Powell's talking about, the Philippines where they fed like 75

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"david bailey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:56 min | 6 months ago

"david bailey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"And to that point, we were just speaking with David Bailey, saying that when we started get up to about three and a quarter, you saw a lot of people come in and start to nibble and buy and indeed you get all the way back down to not only below three but below two 80 and a two 79. So indeed Katie, it has been a wild ride as we try to figure out where full faith and credit stands. Absolutely. And as people are sort of nibbling at the long end of the curve, they're also nibbling at tech, really interesting comments that some of his clients, you know, they're starting to look at that sector again. And they have been and maybe that's why we see on the day some profit taking because we have had a hard rally since the bottom in June. We have managed to put money back to work. People call this a bear market rally for today. We do start to see that enthusiasm just curtailed some nervousness creep in. And as the bells ring and the confetti falls over in the NASDAQ, we are seeing a 104 50 point loss on that benchmark. This is 1.2% lower, 12,493 is where we end the day's trade. Notable, though, your average volumes were up almost 17% on the NASDAQ. It was thinner volumes of pullback and volumes on the S&P 500 were down by 17 points the Dow Jones Industrial Average also thinner on the day in terms of volumes and we're 56 points lower. Pull it out though and you'll see that having a rough ride along with big tech was a small caps. In fact, your underperforming big benchmark off by one and a half percent on the day Carol. Yeah, and you mentioned profit taking Caroline and you know, semiconductor names, which are up 16%, 16, 17% in the month of July. Definitely seeing some profit taking and some concerns about demand going forward. The Philadelphia sucks down about 4.6% guys in today's trade. You really see that, Carol, when you take a look at some of the sectors, I'm going to switch it up today and start with the losers because that's actually really where you went. The semiconductor equipment index, the worst performer on the day, you're off about 3.85% on some of the individual sectors that are really sort of all focused in that big tech category. Katie, we go

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"david bailey" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

05:19 min | 11 months ago

"david bailey" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"The proper custody. Learn about the proper plan to pass it down to your significant other, your spouse, or your kids, don't be that guy with 15 Bitcoin that gets in the car accident and then it's gone. And then ultimately, that is enough to make your entire family millionaires and the very short future. So I'm just saying, maybe you don't have to stack every penny into Bitcoin. If you already have enough, and it's like, hey, I'm not saying don't stack. I'm not saying don't continue to accumulate. Don't take advantage of this massive opportunity to upgrade your family's wealth a lot. For every dollar, every pound you put in, but also know what you own. And for the shit coiner or that person who's gambling on JPEGs, be like, you know, when you make phrases it pretty well. Like, hey, great, you made some money on Dogecoin. Put some of it in the Bitcoin in know that Bitcoin has a chance to do this. And don't fuck it up, just HODL. I think that's downhill is. All right. I want to give the correct credit. All right. Dan held just put it in the world, sound this money, baby. Let's go. Sometimes wondering whether I've gone off Bitcoin. You definitely do. Either that or your bear. Or an idiot. I mean, I don't know about an idiot, but a bear. I could think about back in 2017, how much Bitcoin I had off. Do you know that story? I'm sure you could retell it. I know that David Bailey, the CEO of BTC Inc says that you know how much of an OG one is based on how many Bitcoin they have lost. So we had a conversation with Bill Barr recently, what was it, Danny? Oh, you said he'd given away thousands of Bitcoin. That's an emoji. I'm not an OG, but there was a point in 2017. I don't mind saying this because I've got nothing near this anymore, but I was holding a 182 Bitcoin. That's fantastic. And I know it's not because I fucked it. Traded at most of her way, lost half of it in mining. I was a moron. Here too early on the mining game. Just stuck it out. That was too stupid on the mining game. If I had a 182 Bitcoin, what is it 26 minutes and it's going to be 26 million, then they tell me. I don't even want to tell you that. 6 million, 260 million, 2.6 billion. It's about you'll be fine. 4.2 billion. How close am I? I don't know. I didn't even do it. So I mean, again, if you had that perspective, maybe you'd be like, you know, fuck the mining shit, fuck the train ships. I wouldn't HODL. I'm gonna focus on my custody. 4 billion, 700. Yeah, pretty good math. Pretty good math. That's conservative too. So how much is enough CK? I mean, 6.15 Bitcoin. Come on, baby. You know, 6.15, you're in a good spot. I mean, again, if Bitcoin works. So binary hyper Bitcoin is in order zero, put yourself. I think people need to put themselves in position for hybridization or zero. Call me, call me bear, but I think I'm a bull. And maybe you can't have enough Bitcoin and you can have some gold too just in case. You can have some property. You can buy some guns. You.

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"david bailey" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"david bailey" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Welcome back to the auto collisions specialist studios joining me now. First advantage hotline. Mike bro hard. We see she. Rams dot com and ram wire insider. Mike my friend. How are you in. pg and you you know. I'm doing good a cooler weather. I'm liking it. The cool down is upon us. So i'm feeling good. I enjoy this time of year or else falls upon us. The colors changing or beautiful. I'm wondering when we're gonna get snow and all that good stuff so it's right around the corner man. I'm sure it's coming but it should be. I don't even know what the weather looks like for saturday but we should be expecting a decent weather saturday nights or saturday. Five o'clock between us issuing boise state. I don't know your 'cause. I don't get paid to talk about twenty four hours out. I'll see how i think that's the next part i. That's the next stage mike. That's the next part of the journey. All right mike talk to about. Oh it's tuesday. We're trying to turn the page. But i got to pick your brain about it craziness at the end of that issue utah state game and i know you guys have talked to coach. Well well into this about all things. Special teams Wanted to get your take though. I mean flat out. Should should steve adagio special teams coach or is it just one of those things where the guys ran out onto the field with no direction. Necessarily so i mean i was scratching my head like why would they go out there if they weren't instructed to so boy was a jumbled mess on on friday yo i wouldn't say anybody just ran out of the field about instruction there is instruction but they're obviously some wires dross and i think steve said as much you know you took the blame for it Said he's gotta make sure it's fixed and they. They spent a good portion of sunday in coaches meetings. Trying to figure out what happened and and then of course you know. I got to practice today and i know there's a narrative out there that he threw the players under the bus and honestly they're upset about that they don't feel that that took place Three or four players lockstep me because they used to work at the newspaper. There like lies this out there. I mean. we don't feel like he ever did anything to disrespect us or what we did You know they're telling you there's you know there's there's all kinds of blanchet to go around if you want assign blame but the way they're looking at it is this. This is something that happened. We wish would have happened. We addressed it to get it fixed and there are still very much together. But you know there's some players that are actually upset that they think that they're coach there under the bus. So mike on that side first off because i agree with I tend to agree with the players on this. Because i think at some point i mean these. These guys are not thirteen year olds. Fourteen year. High school kids. They know the rules of football. But i do want to ask you went back to. And you said hey. It wasn't like anybody didn't or did not instruct them one way or the other. Can you elaborate on. That side was what was the wire that got crossed. Was there something that was kind of said. That would lead them to say. Hey we're we're gonna bust out of there before any attempt to a spike we're gonna take matters in our own hands if you go back and if you watch that play. The entire offense is running down the field throwing their hands up and down that they're going to spike the ball and what the fast field goal team was instructed was if we do not get the first down We need we'll. We'll need to run out of the field into it but time to tell us catch was clearly past the first down markers you also need to remember that. On a football sideline players can only go so far. So if somebody lost perspective of worthy chains were and couldn't tell that was a first down somebody might have thought we didn't get i gotta go whereas the offense that they had time to get down and spike. There's all kinds of things. I can't tell you what went through all twenty two players minds. I do know this if you watch the film and and if you watched it live on. Tv everybody on the sideline was signalling to spike the ball. Everybody on the offense signaling despite the ball so that was the plan most. Everybody knew what was supposed to happen. And it just didn't so that's why they said we need to address this. We need to have a better way of making sure that everybody's on the same bitch talking to mike bro. Hardwood issue rams dot com and ram wire insider. It was chaos and you know my my brain initially went right to okay. Who's the special teams coach. She'll snarky whatever but then at the end of the day. I still thought to myself if if adazi oh is not calling for any head coach whether you're watching high-school college or the nfl if you don't see the head coach signal special teams coach doesn't signal so i at the indefens- of adagio in this we talked about it yesterday. I mean if he's not instructing the field goal unit to run on. I would go well. Then why did they run on in the first place so in that regard not saying whether or not i truly believe he needs a special teams but in that sense it did seem strange that for whatever reason for whatever wires the guy across the field goal unit just decided to kind of make their way maybe one guy lead the way and then the rest followed suit it is what it is at this point in time and like. I said they've they've they've attempt. They've attempted in their best interest to fix. Whatever happened to make sure that it doesn't go put in more. You know you know failsafes you know whatever it is that however you wanna word it but they went address it and now to make sure that doesn't happen against a boise state who they had special teams problems with last year and now they're trying to move past what happened so they can't focus on trying to be boise state for the first time in program history. I mean it's always crazy when you say it you know i always kinda you think about it. You know it and then you get there like wow after all these times. The rams have not been able to take care of the boise state broncos. Mike moving forward as as we're trying to do here does this. This certainly feels like the time to do it. I know boise state's had a crazy schedule. And the record is not as great as they want it to be. They've had an up and down schedule tough opponents for sure. But this isn't the same boise state as last year. Or the or the broncos that we've been seeing over the last five ten years now it's not the thing that really jumps out to me and say i know everybody thinks about boise. State is as great passing offense but what they've always had is a really really good running game to go with it and they're not they don't have that set degrees. I mean they're averaging less than one hundred yard game on the ground and you're running into a defense that is really adept at stopping the run. That's that seems to be the opening that you know you're probably looking at They haven't been able to close you know they're probably still going through some the transformation of the head coaching change. You know with hartson now at auburn and inanity outlaws running the program now so while he has ties boise state. they're still adjustment period with coming back and things get into place. But you're right. This doesn't look to be the same type of boise state team and hasn't this year They've had some mistakes that are were you would call uncharacteristic for boise state program and again to me the saints out the must they just don't have the same kind of potent running in that they've had in the past talking to mike bro. Hard with cs. Rams dot com yeah. I'll be really curious to see how this plays out and tell you mikey. It looked at second half for the rams if they can kind of put together what they started to especially that fourth but even spurts throughout the game. I mean david bailey. If he can run like you can still win a lot of football games. I know there were penalties. A lotta penalties against the rams but man if you can put it together with bailey on offense and then todd some tayo can give us something like that final drive you might be able to.

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"david bailey" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"david bailey" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Yeah. I think they are going to go hard with that game. Because the boise state you know. They're generally really good in the trenches but this year they haven't been both o. Line and d line. They've struggled so yeah. I i would expect a lot of david bailey early as the rams trying to exploit that. I wouldn't be surprised if early. They have some kind of play action mixed in. Just because you know boise will be expecting exactly what we're talking about But yeah i think they've get carries you can. I mean like say that first. Half if he's ryan like that she is. You is a very dangerous team because that was that was impressive the line. I'll give the line credit. There'd beat up but but those guys are playing pretty well so It's gonna be fascinating to see how that trench battle goes. Yeah it is and what. I'm also kind of off the field looking for this sets up for a perfect atmosphere for a huge crowd for ceus. You onset on saturday. Yeah that is actually one of the things. I'll be writing about this week as you know. I three home games really good crowds. And i think they're set up like you say it's trending towards another good one this week. Obviously if they had one last week. I think it'd be a really massive. I still think it'd be a good one. Whether looks pretty good. you know. Obviously it'll be kinda cold in the second half there but for a late october. Game it spouse perfect weather as you can get five o'clock kick-off not bad at all so so yeah. I think it's pretty well up to be a really fun. Follow saturday kevin. Who you taking man. I'm there's another one. I think the same thing last week. I'm i'm a little torn. i have a right now i'm guess they boise state In in part just because you know they have that by to prepare. And i think they are better than they've shown overall and i think they..

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"david bailey" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"david bailey" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Our number two underway here on this tuesday morning. Get a special. Thanks to janine. And in the crew for coming in janine and kim and a little little factor tear which was sitting in a corner Just listening in writing some notes down every once in a while he was like The pr campaign manager. For janine. i she never had one. But Jana crop pitcher with any of the questions. I i know That not everybody out. There is in the agricultural industry but it impacts everybody so Calm seven zero eight three four eleven sixty joining me now. Up on the hotline are syrupy for before. Vip guessed it is kevin lionel out of the colorado and kevin Can we call. I mean what what adjective are you using for saturday's win for ceus. You guys have to go on their way to go. Is that ugly by Very needed and and I guess supervising victory. It was surprising. Maybe the best one By very good win for 'cause you know like we talked about that's lido team is is no joke. They certainly look like they had a notre dame hangover. But let's see a. Are things pretty well to win that one especially defensively to me laid out and tweet so see she goes in. There is fourteen and a half point underdogs. They win by sixteen. Don't score an offensive touchdown. I'll take who had that on their bingo card. Yeah it's pretty wild. I mean especially in modern day. College football to have euro offense touchdowns. I that does not happen often. So very weird game. I free ugly al outweighs but Apologize for it. Nor should they Ugly win i still win and Like i say that defensive performances really impressive so stephen made me look dumb. evolve spent all day friday colon For his head that he needed fire. It was inevitable and they come out and win this. Does this put rams fans at easel. A tiny bit. I wouldn't say it's changed the scope of of feeling big picture In any significant way but it is again a nice win that at least gives hope that may become conference. Play They can you know maybe a little more successful than i think. A lot of us have expected. 'cause he's yeah again. I three a tv so it's certainly at least calms things down for for a little bit. Yeah it it almost gives them a couple of weeks. Because i don't think there's anybody with realistic expectations. That expects you to go. Knock off iowa this saturday. The i mean you may even be able here in the background. I'm out canvas stadium and their philosophy crowd noise fake crowd noise to try and stimulate the iowa game it but yeah that's one. I mean no one expects you go win at number five iowa so This weekend isn't really going to affect people's morale or anything But that that's a win. I think at least helps by some anger Until conference play starts in a couple of weeks. So what were your positive takeaways. I mean obviously the defense was outstanding. But still a cause for concern when your offense doesn't get in the end zone. Yeah i think the is great especially seven Kind of presser. Tomorrow is excellent Jack towel and his first college start play. Great positives Offense we david bailey. Looks pretty solid align with eastern..

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"david bailey" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"david bailey" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"How many times does it happened in those first two weeks. Where maybe a couple of blowouts happen. And they're completely different team. Two weeks three weeks down the road if you go back and even if you look at mac lane's first year They beat see you right out of the game. Everybody's like man. This is it. This is a savior. everything's going great. You come back actually used to north dakota state and people like what next thing you know. That was a three nine season. Then it got started to get turned around. That's really what this program is. The need they need to start winning games. Obviously and steve talked about that. He's not happy with losing. He is happy with seen some the progress and yes. He wants to see some that progress. Start to lead to victories. And it's not gonna be an easy road right now but she's not using that as an excuse. It's just we. This program needs to get there and they need to keep seeing improvement so you saw improvement from week. One three to it did not lead victory. That doesn't mean you stop. Keep trying to improve. If they make the same improvement from two to three. Who knows what happens. It's leader you know People are going to write off the iowa game because they are right number five in the country but you keep improving way three or four. Maybe i went a really good game and then all you're not worried about if you've lost the locker room it's what can you do from here on out. Mike bro. Joining us from cs. You rams dot com and mike talk to us about the rushing attack especially in that first half it seemed like it was starting click david bailey. Really getting in the rhythm there Vivid day john givens. We saw him have a couple of good carries. So like you said there's improvement on that You know the officer a lot. We talked about the trenches so much needing to be better. We did see that both on the offensive and defensive line side for the most part you and the sad thing was is that you really wanted to see in that third. Quarter a dodger to touch on it. That's back really should start to kind of take over game and because there was no flow to that offense in the third quarter. Be bailey rush better than six yards a carry. He goes eighty for on fifteen carries. You would love to see those numbers on. Why did he carry the ball. Twenty five times while they never sustained to drive for an entire fifteen minute period. So it's hard to get a running back up and then all of a sudden you're behind it changes your play calling a bet Yeah that's was a perfect example. They did they got the running game going a little bit now. They just need to find a way to sustain drives. Keep them going and get a chance to really wear down a defense. That's the next step that you wanna get because they only had a great game but so did avon avon came in. And he's a great change of speed back he had some explosive runs. David bailey had an explosive run. Those are the things that you want to see. You wanna see an offense. Everybody thinks you know explosive offense. It's passing you know. You wanna see that in the run game to you. Go back a couple of years. Marvin kinsey was explosive. In the run game dealing dawkins was exposed to run game. That's that's where you want to get to mike. How much can you tell us about about dante. Right at this point I can't..

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"david bailey" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"david bailey" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Seven taken off because of a penalty and then we had two major field position shifts because of A penalty in a turnover. That would have been across. One was across midfield so We had our third for series. We had a seventeen play. Drive that culminated in touchdown so there was a lot of good things that happened on offense. But i'm gonna appreciate it through my eyes and hard for me to say this. We spent all preseason throw game. We got some fruit off of that. Throw game promises. We lost the run game. We should be really strong and a run game. So we're gonna go back and obviously have to emphasize little more to run game so special teams. We've tilted the field And really created field position. Changes with both punt kickoff off I thought our special teams were were respond. Our coverage units were excellent. I mean put on zero. Had just such a great great coverage play So i thought. I thought we played excellent in special teams. I thought offense just about every every field except for we didn't you know and we're also didn't know we're like sixty forty throw to throw to run that probably the first time for me and my career just to be dolaas a lot of things that impact there all right. They were passing a lot in training camp. And we talked about that. And you know i think. I asked a lot of the reporters. This question is that more or less. You're doing something that you think you're bad at so you're trying to get better but knowing that that's not your bread and butter. While according to adagio south dakota state kind of force them to throw the ball more put them in a position where he's not comfortable. Well i mean that's a bad thing you know when you're a head coach and you're known for one style of football it's not saying he doesn't pass the ball but they shut down what you wanted to do in david bailey..

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"david bailey" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"david bailey" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Make sure you weren't your to me you gotta throw the ball to that guy. Five six seven times a game bare minimum just to take advantage of them improbably even in the double digits. Everything that's going to help set up. This offense as coach nauseous talked a lot about the offensive line. And now the running backs to who's going to be the starting running back or does it even matter with the rams Marcus macelroy Of course david bailey. A john gibbons i mean they they have a they have a nice looking backfield as far as depth kelly. But who's going to get that number one spot you know. I'm really curious to see that. I got a chance to talk to david bailey. This past week after practice. And i know a few observers have told me people that have just come and watch parts of practices here and there say he is the real deal. They think he is got a chance to be something special in this offense this year You know we'll see at that. Everything i watch you know. Macelroy is still kind of getting the number one offense reps but again. We're watching the two minute drill stuff at the end. We're not watching. You know the every practice every play. So i think that Macelroy is probably still sort of the heir apparent but I think that david bailey's got a really good chance to beat them out and win that job from them. And then i think asia bevan's is the guy that's have it they have. He had a really really good spring. And he's got a little bit of breakaway speed. And some stuff that they don't necessarily get with the other to the other two. Were a little bit more big and powerful and asia and gives them a little bit of that That scat back speed that they That they could use. I think they're gonna use all three guys pretty significantly. But i got a hunch that by the end of the season david bailey's gonna one the gonna be the one that's going to have the most carries and most yards. Kelly lyles joining us from the fort collins. Colorado in Where does where does dante right fit into this into this. Mix kelly because you know two years ago we were talking about this continuing Continuation of wide receiver. You warned jackson dante right We'll see what the future holds for warned jackson. Of course just trying to get on. Get on minnesota but dante right. I mean just kind of took us all by storm when he when he started for c. issue. I mean he was. He was a firecracker. But where do you see him fitting on this roster again another guy. they're gonna find ways to give him the ball. I think we might see him. Lineup at tailback occasionally. We're going to see him lineup. In swat back kind of position on and around. You're gonna see quick bubble screens to them and you're going to see them go at times i they're going to have to you. Know steve adagio is made it pretty clear. Job bud myers made it pretty clear the oh coordinates. They understand that..

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"david bailey" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"david bailey" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Butler should be back. He's another really good receiving tight. End I like david bailey. The boston college running back transfer they got but the big question will be is the oh lying. I'm good enough. Obviously that's kind of your key there. the big question marks. I think aligns wanted them. Secondary is one they awful lot players there and then obviously quarterback Has everyone keeps talking. Todd some tayo is You know the presume number one and then the camp believe ci. The boston college transfer. I believe will at least be in the mix some way so You know in modern college football. I don't think you can be hugely successful. If you don't have good quarterback play well and when he talked about this team stevens nausea taken them in a in a completely different direction than what we're used to seeing my question is is it going to have the personnel to implement it. Yeah and that's where you know that's where the o. Line questions big obviously o. Line is important for every team. But if you're really trying to be the rough and tumble run the ball type of team you really have to be. Dominant up front They weren't that last year again. They we'll see. We'll see this year like i Been sympa cozy big transfer from temple. Who looks like he could be a good player. But again you need both good players and probably depth. Because that's up to this and that generally speaking you're not gonna get through twelve games unscathed Without some bags and bruises senior little depth there. But but yeah. That's a big question mark for for any team but especially with this kind of system talking with kevin lytle out of the colorado in So you you're sticker on the four winds mark. we won't..

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"david bailey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"david bailey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"But we we've also talked about, you know, we just did. It's just a story in the magazine about Minnesota. Specifically right. They figured out testing on a grand scale. But you know, we've talked with so many different doctors and members. The medical community and our reporting team that you each state is kind of doing their own thing. And as a result, you know, there are some states that are doing better, but a lot of state they're having that is struggling with this. Also, they're financially struggling because of the pandemic. So the idea of kind of finding the resources to do it right? I think could be tricky. Yeah, And then the challenge with the United States is just that fact. We are the United States. It's been difficult to have sort of this federal response because each state is given the right to do what it wants. And that's why we've seen a lot of issues with vaccine rollout. It works working back. In some in some states that it is another states. Look, I'm optimistic. It's Friday's crossed and look what to teach a change, Right? Exactly. Thank you. David Bailey, right there. Listen, you have a good weekend. I know you're gonna head out, but we'll see you on Tuesday. It's gonna be a long weekend. And, yeah, I hope everyone gets some rest. Yeah, you take care. Thanks. All right. Tim Stankovic. Bloomberg? Quick. Take Michael, who's here at Bloomberg Business Week. Let's get a check, though. On some of your top business stories, those closing numbers on Wall Street a lot going on. Hey, Charlie paella, although they're losing week first, Luke Using week for 2021 stocks fell by the most in more than a week after Wells Fargo drag down the banking sector in the wake of disappointing fourth quarter results. Stocks lower across the board today, Let's get right to the numbers with the S and P Down 27.

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Fashion History Now

Dressed: The History of Fashion

07:42 min | 3 years ago

Fashion History Now

"So this week April. I thought we were Kinda start talking about fashion wink. We're on the tail end of the month of quote Unquote Fashion Week. We are currently witnessing all the Paris runway shows and I thought this would actually be a great opportunity to suggest a instagram. Follow to our listeners. At Robin Given our OB. I N. G. I. V. H. A. N. She's a fashion critic for the Washington Post and pass dressed guest that absolutely. She came on the show and our very first season to talk to us about the battle over cy which happened in nineteen seventy three and it was basically like a fashion show face off between French. Katori as an American designers. Yes so that was an amazing episode but she is an incredible critic. She's very thoughtful and insightful about her coverage of fashion that I think a lot of our listeners will really appreciate for instance today. She's posting about the Balenciaga show. And she's saying that. The show is thoughtful but she says quote. Thoughtful just stressful. It's very ominous. I think it's kind of a commentary on climate change. I haven't read much else about it. But she also has been writing about kind of the feminist ideologies that Inspire Maria Grazia. Carey's creations for Dr. And how you know that. The fashions and the runway she presents don't really reflect those feminists beliefs. They still reflect this kind of feminine ideal of a woman which is a little counter intuitive or counter to feminism for all women representing all women. That's something that's I guess. Problematic throughout fashion she also has commenting about Virgil Oslo off-white collection. She just doesn't get it. I don't know if you've seen that yet. But he was sending like half Parkas and half tool dresses down the runway. Yes and not only that but one of those tool dresses was actually ripped off. I think it was from givenchy. I don't know if Jeevan she but she ought. There's definitely been comparisons to victor and Ross tool creations and kind of cut out creations. Like it's definitely something that's definitely probably been done before. But I thought the fashion writer Tony Glenville who you could also follow on instagram. How To really insightful? Commentary about some of the collections? That have hit the runway today and he wrote that it's time fashion. Stop treating US too. Don't care close. You know kind of these clothes that we can't really wear in real life. He says you know when you start thinking. The future and designing fashion aware in the real world think about fashion to keep and cherish and fashion to make women look strong and confident. It's not taking the fun out of fashion. It's actually thinking on the subject of fashion as Global Business. And he goes on. That fashion is a creative force. An employer of millions repository of tradition. And Crass let's think about how it can survive in the future and then I wanted to kind of talk to you about this April because he ends with costume belongs in museums. Fashion belongs in our lives and I was curious what your thoughts are on about that. Do you agree with him? Well I mean I think. That's some problematic terminology in terms of exactly how we as fashion historian. Use those words right because all fashion is costume but all costume isn't necessarily fashion. Does that make any sense? Yeah and I think. He's trying to distinguish between this idea of like fashion as as costume as kind of like this performance. Art as a something. That isn't really representative of what we would wear in every day and specifically he was talking about the mosquitoes down by Jeremy Scott. I'm recently which he literally had. It was very much a let them eat cake. Marie-antoinette moment with like tons of Pan Yeas and women in the you know those huge waves reflective of late eighteenth century fashion but they literally came down the runway dressed cakes and like references to eighteenth century panelled gown so a lot of people probably aren't going to wear those clothes. I guess the argument would be if we're just creating fashion for. I guess this like a federal shock value to send it down the runway. Is it still worth it? Should we be doing that or should we be more conscious of the environment and creating fashion? That isn't actually meant to be put on bodies. Well I that actually kind of leads me into the the follow that I want to talk about. Because you said WHO's GonNa wear these things? Well perhaps this next segment of the fashion buying public. Which are drag Queens? So I can definitely see some of those drag Queens on Rupaul drag race adoring that mosquito collection and I would like to recommend to. Our listeners is to follow an instagram account. Called at Drag Bombs D. R. A. G. B. O. M. B. S. and this instagram account is hysterical is actually run by the brother of a former dressed guests. Terrace ain't James. Who CAME ON SEASON? One and talk to us about the intersection in history a sustainability in the fashion industry but her brother. Jordan. He's hilarious. He is obsessed with repulsed dragway. And He's also obsessed with lush products. The cosmetics Carney and so what he does he finds pictures of drag queens and then pairs them up with the lush product that they're outfit and they are hysterical. Some of them are so dead on and so perfect. I showed it to a couple of my friends one time and I tell everybody to follow this all the time. And they're like oh no he has to be the designer of the products and the drag queens are his inspiration but no no no. No that is not the case. He's just really really good at this. So if you WANNA put a giggle in your day follow Jordan on drag vase and I promise you it's GonNa show Ganic smile at your face. I know and I just speaking of. I've never seen this account so I just went to it. And it's Jordan the Raven Claw Lachey. A master bather and he says no drag. Queens harmed in the making of this account. It is pretty incredible. How spot on a lot of these comparisons are. Wow okay well check that out dress listeners. Instagram accounts for you to follow and check out some other things for you to watch them suggestions of some films. I would like to suggest that I just watched. Actually this past week I came across. It's actually a couple years old but I had not seen it. It's a documentary called my generation. That's streaming on Amazon. Have you heard or seen of that? April I have not but you better bet I'm GONNA put it on my list now. I really really liked it Because it is almost entirely comprised of archival footage and photographs. So there's no there's no inter spicing with interviews of people in the modern day there. They just take those voices from those interviews. It's narrated by Michael Caine. It's kind of like has generation and his experience in the nineteen sixties and he interviews. People like famed photographer. David Bailey models penelope tree Mary. Quant twiggy Vidal Sassoon. People interviewed there so integral to this period. And this this documentary. That's really about in the nineteen sixties it just reveals how integral fashion was to the experience of the nineteen sixties by all these interviews. So I highly suggest checking that

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