8 Burst results for "Dude Andrew"
"dude andrew" Discussed on Blue Collar Bitcoin Podcast
"It's a very simple, very elegant software wallet that you can use on your phone and you get your seed keys and you custody at all yourself. You guys it's start 9 are developing software that is plug and play to make it simple for boneheads like firefighters to use our own stuff to back up all of our information. Yeah. We're the Guinea pigs. I mean, that's why already before we did anything formal, we kind of put you through the wringer. Like we had to be not just run it, but be really comfortable with it. And I think that's sort of how we view the entire space. Like if we can't set it up, then how is it going to be a workable opt out solution in any regard? You know, I know some people that are full time software engineers may scoff at that and say, but if you have a pulse on the average individual and the way people's time is limited, families, full-time jobs that have nothing to do with this. We have to create workable, viable, realistic solutions that average huckleberries can utilize. And if we don't, there's a lot at stake. There really is. It's not fun and games anymore. Yeah, I know a lot of software developers. I am one. And I don't know any that self hosts all their own infrastructure. This isn't just a technical barrier. It's a time energy in patients barrier. Even people who can have a totally sovereign independent computing existence, the vast majority do not, at least not in full. Many use central service providers for all sorts of things. And it's for the exact reason that Josh mentioned, which is it's super convenient to do so. As I mentioned before, there's a lot of things that are really convenient as children, you know? You don't have to do anything. There are dude. Andrew, whatever you want. My two and a half year olds are complete degenerate. She gets fed, diaper changed, warm house has no idea how it's a lovely looking existence for my vantage point. Yeah.
"dude andrew" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"I equate it like this. Monet, one of the greatest painters of all time, right? Somebody working in Monet's studio says, hey, I want to paint a little of that. A Monet says, well, I got the vision, I got the dexterity. I get the virtuosity. I can make this thing. Yeah, but I want to paint some of it. I need some credit. That's what happened with CCR. The band. They wanted a piece of the action. They wanted to sing. They wanted to produce and they wanted to write in the result of it was and he said, all right? Yeah. Yeah. If you read the autobiography, he says, they went off, and then they came back to him. They said, could you help us? And he's like, nah, no. Yeah. I've been working my ass off all these years. You guys wanted to do it? You do it, you know? I think it's easy. You think it's easy? You fucking think it's easy running the milk of crates and turntables podcasts. You think it's easy, you fucking do it, Jack. That's kind of yelling at me. I don't know. Like I carried away. Can I do an extra? There was a little Tom Fogerty rant. That's what it was. I forgot where it was. Not John fogerty. That was a little Tom Fogerty. I would never give you enough credit to get to give you the John moniker. Yeah, yeah, and you're David novella, all right, that's all. I'm the Andrew ridgeley of this show. I am the George Michael. By the way, Andrew ridgeley, $40 million. Dude. Andrew Ridley, net worth, 40 million dollars. It was a fucking genius. He was a let that motherfucker be the front. I'm good. I'm good. I'm gonna go race some cars. Over here, I'm gonna do some Formula One. I'm a fuck up a couple guys. Andrew ridgley's contribution to whim. If they brought out one of those orange highway cones and just put it on the stage next to George Michael, same effect. And he could give two fucks about that boy. He's laughing all the way to the bank. Could they put a cut out of John oats? No, Andrew ridgeley. I don't think hall and Oates has that kind of a contract. I could be wrong, but Andrew originally was more than happy to take 30% or whatever his cut was out of the songwriting and all that shit. So I want to touch one again on a past show that we did, which actually was a good show, songs from great movie scenes, right? And I don't know if you guys, I'm sure you did. The Twilight Zone movie?
"dude andrew" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Row studios in the crap part of Bedford, New York, and the crap part of the south fork of Long Island. It's the men in blazers podcast Rodgers. We back. Like my dean, the man who retired. Only to become the Premier League for our official in the worst remake of sexy beast ever. He's like a fighter pilot who retired only to fly drones. Just what I thought I was out. Classic move to resign and then it's like James Brown thrown off his cape and the PGA and they're like, no, no, no. Come back, mate, you always are king. Robots are gonna robot. Roger, you're back from Italy. Yes. What? I know you love the place. Went to your favorite place in the world. Tell us about it. Rossio, yes, I did a couple of meetings with clubs a lot of cacio E Pepe. I went to a new city Bologna that never eaten my way around before I found a new drink. I've always been a vin Santo kind of guy, but I got into sword dinon after dinner, sippy sip drink, murto de, have you ever had that? Uh huh. I don't have ever had murto. There's a clue in the name, I think it's extracted from the Myrtle bush and where knee deep into my bush day though encountered so many peas across the land reveling genuinely. Alongside me in every single plate of prosciutto, they could get their hands on, including this dude, Andrew picorna, who sent us this Raven Devo do the honors. Roger saw you on the Ponte vecchio in Florence today, but did not want to interrupt as you were with your wife, nice of you to try and spread the beautiful game to a country who can't manage to qualify for the World Cup. Yeah, so there's somewhere on the Italian men in blazers. Walmart in blazers. I wonder what blazer is. I've been doing a lot of Google English to Italian. Well, this is remember when we did the Latin, it was something recti veste, men correctly dressed because we couldn't translate it into Latin, so it may be similarly hard to translate it into Italian. Yeah, I think Google in Italian is telling its blazer, which I find hard to believe. I think it may be. USA, come back to us when you've won the Euros, but God bless Italy, gave it one big thing that I really noticed. The haircut that seems to be catching on across the nation of Italy is it's bald people pretending to be had. Wow, really? In the Antonio Conte, a sort of Antonio Conte vibe. I did think that it was like an effort to reclaim a sense of context, but there's just it was more like, you know, when bald guys just grow the hair long and straggly, letting the curls grow in and create kind of like an avant garde stylish. I guess it only stylish in an Italian way a stylish co move, it is. I thought that I wondered if there is and I wonder if the Italian sociologist listening has there been the miracle as they probably call over there, the miracle of Antonio Conte's hair resurrection, his hair nissans. Do you think they actually believed that it wasn't a Turkish hair transplant Devo and they're just like if he can do it, he's my inspiration. I can do it. I don't remember this, but years ago, my dad became obsessed that I looked exactly like an Italian TV star who played inspector montalbano on Italian television. And he was a ball gent with a beard, bit of a scruffy beard. There's definitely a Devo resemblance, but I'm very sad that Italy's going backwards and they've into full on baldur Nile. God, I read a lot of Montevideo while I was there, thanks to many gfs who had a lot of calvino at an incredible, incredible reading holiday, but I will say it was bloody moving to be back in Italy for the first time post COVID after months of watching that nation agonize has really it was Europe's ground zero and served up the rest of the world just viral video after viral video with like neighborhood singing opera together from their balconies or cops doing dance routines in deserted cities to see that nation throng again thrive again was unbelievably humanly moving. God bless you, I can not wait to be back in that great nation. They're talking a great Italian. It is with incredible sadness that we mark the passing of Tony sirico. Poorly walnuts, all right. Talking about Italians with great hair, they say, what a character, what a life, what an actor, what a passing. I mean, unforgettable in that role on The Sopranos own the whole show, you know, I was moved to read his entire bio afterwards. I mean, that really was the role that changed his life and the post Sopranos world. And beloved within the Hollywood community in the Italian American acting community as well. I love the story about him when The Sopranos cast appeared at the group shop for the cover. I think it was Rolling Stone at their height poorly. Stood up with a baseball bat slung over his right shoulder and it came out the no hairdresser on The Sopranos set was allowed to touch his hair. That style that thick, two silver winged on either side, he blow dried it, sprayed it himself always dear listeners always spray your hair yourself right. You do your work. You do your own hair work. You do do your own work and Terence winter, I'll give him the final word a writer on The Sopranos tweeted. The first thing Tony ever told me literally on day one was you're the new rider. Let me tell you something. If you ever write a script while I die first, I die. Then you die. God, go through life. Like Tony serie cake, but without the killing GFPs listening. Yeah, same rule that exists in the Premier League writers from Russia. I'm sure. Okay, the biggest news out of many places world headquarters. We just sold it. But you wrote me out, you think you wrote me out mother come on. I love that. Instant death to referee. I love that. It's very good. The biggest news at a men in blazers world headquarters this week, rod, you're sold out show with Frank Lampard and Everton football club this Thursday at Washington, D.C.'s historic Howard theater. And while the show was sold out, you're doing a post show drink with GFPs at the Brixton on U street and that is open to anyone and everyone, even if they did not attend the show. Yeah, be honest, I want to do the post show drink at RFK stadium. But it turned out that it's unavailable. But I am giddy. Oh, so bloody giddy. I can't even tell you I was away in Italy all I was thinking about was this show that city, Washington, D.C., a place I used to live and love so much with a club that I love more than anything. And despite what I've done to my blood pressure this year, here's what I'll say, GFPs, if you're coming to the show, be ready for something very, very special. And even if you're not, please come be with us at the Brixton right afterwards. If you didn't get a ticket, but what a come and raise a beer, come down to you street among the former haunts of Duke Ellington, Langston Hughes, and now us. I imagine the number of Ben's chili bowl half smokes you consume after that one will be at rod Strickland levels. Again, it's going down at the Brixton on new street right after the show at 9 p.m. Eastern Time. And with that, roger, can we get a welcome back from Italy tost? I want to raise this first third of the day to the U.S. women's national team, who not only beat Mexico one they'll last night. Either a lackluster performance or a gutsy, get it out, get the W performance, depending how you want to view it. That needed an 89th minute goal from our friend Christy newest day top their group not only at the Concacaf W championships.
"dude andrew" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"All right folks, well, strap yourselves in for a wild ride today because while most of my guests are indeed in the realm of health and biohacking and fitness, my guest today are not only into all of that, but they're also into this idea of health being about more than just biohacking. These guys have studied up on wealth. They've set it up on relationships and they also happen to be real experts in the whole realm of crypto and NFTs. And so this is going to be a fun discussion. Andrew masato is a guy who I ran into quite some time ago in New York City, I believe it was doctor Holland Chen, I think, who might have introduced us, but anyways, I got a chance to hang out with Andrew and kind of see him in his space over there a few years ago. He owns biohacking group dot com. He's a serial entrepreneur. He's an investor. He's very active in blockchain. He was the founding CMO of reserve, which is backed by Peter Thiel and coinbase and a few others, which is currently at a 1 billion plus valuation. He was the founding CMO of another company called hedera hashgraph, which was backed by Google and IBM and Boeing with a fully diluted 10 billion plus valuation and crypto. Recently launched an NFT based website that he'll be talking about quite a bit as well. And he's lectured on Internet marketing, Harvard Business school. He founded and sold higher click SEO agency. He's lectured at Oxford University. He is widely quoted by a lot of industry leaders on growth marketing, he has worked as a lawyer in the UK as an investment banking analyst in Australia. So this guy is up to quite a bit. He's a real renaissance dude. Andrew before I introduce your partner in crime, he's also joining us, say hello, just so people know your voices. Hey, Ben, that was quite the introduction. I'm going to make sure that my staff never give that length of introduction. Again, to anyone. You know, people send me these bios and you know, I got to fill people in, hey, at least I'll help to make you credible, ma'am. I appreciate you. Make you sound smart. Jordan is my other podcast guest on today's show. Jordan fried. He's a blockchain evangelist, a crypto capitalist. He's currently the chairman and the CEO of immutable holdings, which is a blockchain holdings company. He founded and operates NFT dot com, which is a relatively newly launched website. We'll be talking about as well as immutable asset management. He was also part of the founding team behind hetero hash graft. I served the senior VP of business development there until the end of 2020 and they signed partnerships again with Google and IBM and Boeing and LGE electronics and that kind of launched that particular offering into being one of the top hundred cryptocurrencies in the world in Jordan is also cofounded and served as CEO of buffered VPN, which is a real popular VPN service online. And Jordan's been involved in Bitcoin and crypto since 2012, so Jordan, welcome also to today's show. Thanks, Ben. Big fan and super excited to talk about the intersection between biohacking your world in crypto because I think there's a lot more overlap than people realize. I actually want to get into get into quite a bit about that. But first of all, tell me about you guys a story. How did you meet and what's been the journey of you two working together? Well, we have really been through quite a few companies together to join in and I our story starts, data back in, I think, close to 2010 over ten years ago, I'd started higher click Jordan came in as sort of almost like a CEO, really, and he built that company up. The one I started to sell, eventually he started buffered VPN, and I went on to do Internet marketing. And I think the and then in 2017, we reunited after he just sold Buffett VPN. We reunited and started a hashgraph together. And man, that was just timing within 6 months we had raised a 100 million at a $6 billion valuation. Now it's at like between a ten to $20 $1 billion valuation. And then he came to me more recently and it's just so hard not to say no to this guy because a is a great salesman and B and I have many passions together and we've been together for such a long time. I think that's one thing to emphasize we have kept a strong bond over time is someone I deeply trust and love and our paths have collided and we've just added a lot of value to each other. So I'm really grateful for that long-term relationship and for our continued success all the way up to what is now us cofounding NFT dot com together. Yeah, I've got to give the other perspective Ben because the truth is, Andrew's always been one step ahead of me. He's a few years older and definitely a few years wiser, but when he was just getting into performance marketing or sort of actually I would say just getting out of performance marketing and moving on to the next thing. I was really just getting into it. When Andrew and I had met, Andrew has been over a decade now. It was clear to me that this guy is on the bleeding edge of what's coming, often before other people realize it. You got to realize at the time we were doing search engine we were doing search engine optimization. It was still a relatively nascent industry. It's a cottage industry for those that don't know, optimizing your search profile. So you rank higher in the SEO cert pages. It's very lucrative. If you can rank number one for best credit cards, that's a $100 million a year keyword for companies.
"dude andrew" Discussed on Fore Play
"It really is just not to be believed. It's just fun to interact with it. It's fun to interact with it. So who all deletes it? You guys delete it? No. Do I have no storage to the point where I need to delete an app offline? Or let it go to the cloud, wherever that is. Let's bring it back. We're deleting apps off our phone. What kind of OCD do we have? I also look at how good doing a bad game. Looks so good. Download a game. Just to play devil's advocate, it's probably like when the week happens, redownloading it, you're probably like, oh, it's happening again. But you have to I don't think it's a storage issue. Anyway. So I also don't slide for apps anymore. I pulled down and I tight. Wow, what? Yeah. Pull down and I just hit him. And then the master just comes bang right there. You just pull down. Pull down from where slide down. We're in the middle of the radio. You guys are crazy. No way. Yeah, you just type in like M or T middle of the phone swipe down. You don't even have to go through all the way to the top, it screws you up. If you go middle phone down, Twitter. Yeah, Frank. Well done. I've been doing that for a year. Wait, where's your Twitter app? Well, it's all my main screen too, but if I have to fucking bounce around, I'm always in this right here, this search bar. So if you're listening to this and you don't have an iPhone, first of all, grow up and maybe I don't know. You are making everyone's life worse with your green bubbles. It's the poorest thing you can ever do. It is. You could have the most money. I mean, I bet you like the most rich people on the planet have. Like I bet androids. Dude, Andrew. And I met Bill Gates has a bunch of Bill Gates as an Android. He probably has a Google phone, absolutely poor. That's nothing to do with your actual money in your bank account. It's a poor decision to use. He's living poor. A green bubbled phone. iPhone till I die. I'm also gonna buy an iPad. We had an iPad. And iPad at our fingertips this week. Those things are nice. iPad is a device that in theory makes no sense that it would add value. And it just is awesome. It makes all the value in the world I have an iPhone. I have a laptop, I have a TV, I have all the things..
"dude andrew" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!
"Now. We've been talking about spiderman and I'm sure you've probably heard the rumors. But apparently either spiderman is to in some fashion making the parents and benham to spoiler alert. Fuck present spoiler now or the other rumors that have been in. Some fashion is going to appear in spiderman. Three but more. The rumors had been leaning towards the former being that in some fashion. They will be a spider man siding and bingham to What do you think about those rumors. And if so what fashioned do you think. Spiderman appears one. The prospect is excites me. Because that means that they're confident enough to setup venom three and then too. I believe that if he does appear it is for the entire value of count. It with me okay. can i count along with. This is gonna be count dracula from You know sesame street not a sponsor one scene still the one Not just the one if you couldn't get the fucking bit so yeah i think for one scene. I might see to one of peter parker in later. One of actual spidey the cool. I'd like that a lot if they want to. Pay tom hawn that much. You this with spiderman. Is it though. I think it could be andrus. Fuck you fuck you. Wow the book just got a lot. Thicker ooh yeah book. Just got home and it would have to be andrus or tom's right to potentially tom's i mean potentially either i would say fifty chance especially because of the. Yeah dude andrew. He only cheaper to pay. No offense andrew and the only reason i go with with angie's because obviously we know where peter's venom like peterson. Kill mine toby's like kill. You know with the tom holland was so vast it'd be it'd be interesting that been warned. Have any kind of you know citing or mentions of any of the superheroes when the live in the world is full of them and so we think about andrew garfield like his peter parker. His road was the smallest like we knew the least about the outside of his york city and what. His world contained So it could you know something like that Is it's hard to say though. I mean who knows There's there's a lot of different possibilities and I mean i gotta be honest at this point. I am so lost as to the relationship between marveling sony. You know there's rumors that Spiderman three be the last time hauling film That sony and and In marvel aren't really jones together anymore at who knows like Who knows I certainly don't but what i do know. Is that marvel dc disney and sony both really like money so they're gonna find a way to work it out esther.
"dude andrew" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"On the moon. They're like. I think we did. And i should have fucked up god. I think i'm crazy dude. But if i handed them a free subway a free turkey bacon club. They would be like holy cow. This guy's awesome and it would just be a whole different deal. And that's what i'm looking forward to Okay it's interesting. Well i'll tell you that interesting. You love subway like alex. I don't i don't like this disgusting but it. It makes the most sense. Well listen. i'm old attics. i'm they called. Me schematic stein. What here's a weird synchronicity. You can realistically. I know schematics. And schematic subway is the number one franchise restaurant in the united states and across the world. So that would give us the most advantage of doing the subs across america. So as systems expert like myself that is using systems and systematical process learning and thinking. I can solve subs across america myself. While you couldn't brought up any company could have brought up. you know. Mike's new jersey. Mike's now they're subways. Sandwiches are too high quality up. You know any other shitty sandwich chain but you know you'd have to bring the shittiest one because something listen cassavetes let me tell you something. Let me tell you something. Subway's good representation of how fucked up. America is how like like we talked about our -tarian stuff. All these old buildings like built ornately beautiful now. Any new building literally looks like a gray piece of shit. Looks like a square gray building. Every new building every amazon warehouse day. And these are these are companies are making the most money possible like they can have some cool building. Led's like whites or whatever ornate nece none because we're because we're just We suck dick as a society. So subways a good representation of america. Google cheap easy fat bunch of calories made by person that's strung out on methadone You know what i mean. There's a that's like the opioid. It represents an opioid problem in america. Just saying that if you look a better representation of how shitty america's and i love america don't don't get me wrong. Red wind blew all the way through. You know what i mean. I'll put a boot in their ass but but subway is what we are. The only way it'd be better as if it was a subway buffet but in a way is like a buffet because america's so fat we can't wait for them to cook our food. We have to go to a place where they'll have it ready as we go as we pay. The food is ready because we're so fat stuff in our going right right. Well you know. I was going to point out the fact that subway's headquarters is in the same town that i live in. So it's weird synchronicity. Because you brought up subway. You could've brought up any sandwich chain but you brought up subway and i was just talking about michael one. Ross banned the synchronous cities. I mean a little bit behind the scenes. Before i even had a podcast. I went to the susquehanna river on my way back from my first time ever going to washington. Dc in the middle of the pandemic like two months into the plan dynamic. Right and And i already knew about michael walks. I love podcasts. Have been listened for years. But it didn't work for. Sam tripoli you know and i. I sent my prayers in my thoughts down the river. I stood by the river. And i just you know prayed with the river and i know that allude everybody but guess what sounds gay. Yeah we'll you know want you can go fuck yourself is in a couple months. You know a lot of magic happening. And that's what. I think is significant. When you put yourself out there receive and give you know real things can happen. You just got to engage with the natural forces that are around you in your own backyard and it's not just the susquehanna for people who go ahead. Let me tell you something mark. I'm prime time nine nine. I have no idea where subway's headquarters is zero idea. I don't even know the proper name of the city that you're and you're in connecticut or something. I don't even know the name of the proper city. You always say it. I can't remember show. Listen i know how and i knew. I was channeling subway. I was channeling. Jared fogel in prison. I had the energy. Somehow off the firmament subway was in my brain. That's how you guys know. I'm thinking before. I knew i was going to go but i knew my brain is saying talk about subway. Talk about subway. It's because you are in subways headquarters town. This is the subway connection. I'm so spot on. I can solve the hunger crisis. I can solve the race issue. I can solve a lot of other ilk. No systemic racism. I can solve the abortion problem. It's always free subs. Because if people knew it people knew they got pregnant. Let's say you're sixteen and pregnant and you're like how am i going to feed my child. I don't know if. I have enough money to take care of my child but if you know there's a little restaurant called subway where every single day you can get three subs. No matter what no questions asked. You can feed that baby all the subject and eat. You're going to have the baby because you get free subway for life. That's government subsidize sobs judge. That's what is subsidizing sobs subsidization subway. Because i figured it out. I figured it out. Mark free sandwiches problem solve subsidize subway solve. The problems sounds crazy. Let me start giving out some free tuna sandwiches. Then then we'll see how crazy i am. I see your point. That's going to be my whole platform. It when i run for president or governor. Whatever it's going to be subsidized subway own silly. You're not you don't have one stake in subway none. I won't it's a discussion coming. I wouldn't investment money in that trash every company ever to this is a terrible investment. I've just shame my whole town allience. You've got me so stick. Why just shows you. What what town are you in the best town in connecticut. Dude say bill four exactly. That's what i'm saying showing a shitty companies in milford. That's a mind. What does that at a factory town with the fun. Hey subway go to new york city. Hey what year was the biggest more here. How will this dallas but listen. It's always listen. This isn't about milford. Dude andrew's showing you subways shitty fucking sandwich. Sandwich place there. They can have they could have. They're literally the biggest chain Franchisee restaurant in the world. They could have a headquarters in new york city. Los angeles dallas chicago real city there in milford connecticut because they white trash company And i'm not saying over connecticut's why tries interesting subway. Have you ever been to subway. The paper they give you the they can't even give you a played they give you paper. They don't even have a proper cutlery. I don't know if i'm saying that right. I mean dude. No if you're eating if you work at subway you're an ex convicts and if you're not an ex-convict you work subway. You murdered animals. Surf torture harassed subway that ever existed was.
"dude andrew" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast
"I decided you know that i had kinda hit a plateau by myself or what i thought i could learn so i started going out to the group rides tuesday night group riots in just trying to meet people and they wanna coupling is it. I knew through running that were really hit. Cyclists and begrudgingly sometimes unsure. They tried they. Were helping me out. But i wasn't gonna let up. You know i know you. You can't add different towards me when we go for run and then you know i'm still gonna pass to you so i'll go. I'll just try to be involved in. Meet as many people as i possibly could. I felt at that was the best way to learn the sport raleigh. There's always some old pro hanging around you know and i was always there to take some brains. There's always an old pro around Book dude Andrew just found out this weekend. T t racist weekend is all excited. I thought i did i. I mean i think i did okay. I'm happy happy with the results. But i i looked at the the person directly above me and i saw the age seventy seventy one year old. I was like what the hell and it turns out. He's a former pro. Lives out now. Hi oh and al. Yeah i mean you just looked at them. You look at him. He doesn't look seventy-one first and foremost but like he. I seventy one year old. He just torched everyone. And i was like i want to like that one day. Just just roll up just torch. Those guys may never down they. Just they'll stay the same speed for like fifteen years. They never slowed for someone. That's just getting into racing. A newer cyclist. At what advice. Would you give to them. Obviously you know. I see a lot of younger. People that are wanting to get into racing and their immediate focus is equipment in technology and the first thing that i would say man rider bike. I go out there. And if you've got that giant cr ride it until the wheels off you know get an if you're going to get into a racing. Get into a cat five races. What you got see how it goes. There's a lot of focus in this four. That's already can be very unapproachable for folks that don't have the means to get into a monetarily or community based and i think the first thing that people should do is ride dot get in there and do it because racing itself you know if you've got local races it's not crazy money Race now it is like if you wanna go race your first race with the carbon fiber everything and our top. It can be pretty cost prohibitive if you wanna ride with the guys on the tour ride for your first race right and so that everyone doesn't have like ten or twelve grand just laying around i did and then i bought a bike but yeah i encourage that and i would encourage like what i'm saying find. It doesn't matter who you ryan. Was there sixty five years old in your twenty year old. Just go do it a no matter. What never raced in their life. Day may have information that that would be beneficial to you and you never know who knows..