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A highlight from 1410: Bitcoin Will Hit $10,000,000 Per Coin - Binance CEO CZ
"In today's show, I'll be breaking down the latest technical analysis. And also I'm going to be sharing with you a 48 ,700 Bitcoin price target, pre halving according to a top analyst. Also did you know it was exactly six years ago today, China tried and failed to ban Bitcoin for the second time and ever since the Bitcoin price action is up 600 % and the mining hash rate is back at all time highs. Also quitting Max Kaiser, Bukele has restored the human rights to 7 million Salvadorians that have been taken away by murderous runts, the British and American state, a 93 % approval rating tells the story of the most popular leader in the world. And now Bukele -nomics is being copied around the world as a blueprint for freedom and justice preach. Also in today's show, Mt. Gox repayments delayed yet again. Creditors are waiting on Bitcoin, Bitcoin cash and Yen payments until next year in 2024. We'll also be discussing, according to this latest report, Coinbase currently holds 5 % of the entire Bitcoin supply in existence. That's right. While Coinbase holds 25 billion in BTC, the exchange only owns around 200 million in Bitcoin and its wallets. We'll also be discussing the catalyst, which will catapult the Bitcoin price action. According to skybridge capitals, Anthony Scaramucci will also be discussing the latest with the Binance CEO CZ setting the record straight on $250 million loan claims. That's right. The US court had recently denied an inspection plea by the SEC. I'll be breaking down this latest FUD and speaking of CZ, the Binance CEO predicts the Bitcoin price will reach $10 million per coin. In fact, a couple of years back in an interview, he said, if all of the major institutions allocate 1 % Bitcoin, we're going to see 1000 X or more growth of the Bitcoin price. And if you run the math, 1000 times today's price action is 26 to $27 million per BTC. We'll also be taking a look at the overall crypto market, all this plus so much more in today's show. Yo what's good crypto fam. This is first and foremost, a video show. So if you want the full premium experience with video, visit my YouTube channel at crypto news alerts .net. Again, that's crypto news alerts .net and welcome everyone just joining us. This is podcast episode number 1410. I'm your host JV and today is September 23rd, 2023. So welcome to another sat stacking Saturday. Let's kick it off with our market watch as we do here each and every day, seven days a week. We can see Bitcoin back in the green trading above 26 .6 and we also have ether back in the green trading at roughly $1 ,600. The market cap is sitting at 1 .06 trillion with roughly 17 billion in volume. In the past 24 hours, we've got Bitcoin dominance at 49 .1 % and the ether dominance at 18 .2 % as Bitcoin continues outpacing Ethereum and checking out the top 100 crypto gainers of the past 24 hours, we've got theta lead in the pack up 7 % trading just under 64 cents followed by rocket pool up 4 % trading at $21 .63, followed by chain link up 4 % trading at $7 .18 and checking out the top 100 crypto gainers of the past week, we have WeMix leading this pack up 15%. We have PLS up 8 .2 % and XRD up 11, I mean 7 .4 % and checking out the crypto greed and fear index, we're currently rated a 47, which is neutral. Yesterday was a 43 in fear, last week also a 43 and last month a 41 in fear. So there you have it. How many of you have been stacking M -Sats and taking advantage of the recent dip in dollar cost averaging? Let me know. And how many of you are anticipating Bitcoin price action to maybe dip a little further south before packing some new positions? Let me know how you feel with the current status. And also just quick reminder, we're almost at the end of September historically, September is the worst month out of the entire year for the Bitcoin price action, but it's always followed by up tober, which is historically one of the most bullish months for Bitcoin. So we only have another week until we get out of September. So we'll see how this is likely to play out. Let's break down today's Bitcoin technical analysis. Bitcoin failed to reclaim 27 ,000, though we came close. It stalled at 26 ,500 as of right now. Meanwhile, the altcoins are in no better shape with minor losses coming from most of the larger cap ones. With Chainlink, the only one with a notable price increase. So last week was expectedly less volatile, aside from the brief spike on Saturday that pushed Bitcoin then to the multi -day peak of 26 ,400. But after failing to continue upwards, Bitcoin retraced at 26 ,000 and spent the rest of the weekend there. Then Monday didn't start all that positively either, but finished the way. Bitcoin went on the offensive and soared above 27 ,000 for the first time in weeks, but then shortly dumped after. But the bulls kept the pressure on and pushed Bitcoin to a new 20 -day peak at 27 ,500 on Tuesday. The next few days were rather calm with Bitcoin maintaining 27 G's, even after the US Fed's decision to stop raising the interest rates. Yet Bitcoin's momentum disappeared by Friday as it fell to 26 ,400. It even tried to bounce off the end of the day, but failed and currently stands at 26 ,500. Its market cap is south of 520 billion, while its dominance over the alts still just inches shy of 49%. So there you have it. And as we mentioned a little earlier, the altcoins, a lot of them are also in the red with the exception of Chainlink, which seems to be outpacing the rest of the major alts. Now for a prediction from Titan of Crypto, here's what he shared on X. Bitcoin 48 ,700 before the halving rocket ship to the moon. You might want to bookmark this one. Fam, never in history the halving occurred without Bitcoin reaching the 78 .6 % Fibonacci retracement level. So first off, first cycle price reached this four months before the halving, and the second cycle it was two months before, and then on the third cycle it was 12 months before. The next halving is now roughly six months away. Bitcoin might reach the 78 .6 % Fibonacci level within this period as it currently lies at 48 ,700, but the million dollar question remains, will this time be different? So as we enter this fourth halving, let me know where you feel the Bitcoin price action is likely to hit before we have liftoff. I mean, obviously that would be a bullish scenario setting us up for a perfect price discovery in 2024 post halving. So I cannot wait. I hope the analyst is right. And if you didn't know, it was exactly six years ago. China tried and failed to ban Bitcoin for the second time because guess what? You can't ban Bitcoin. You can try. Good luck with that. And ever since the price action on the King Crypto is up 600 % and the mining hash rate continues to hit all time highs. And as you know, hash rate is a good indicator for the strength of the network, meaning the market cap is just north of only $500 billion. And as Max points out here, referring to Bukele, he has restored the human rights of 7 million Salvadorans that have been taken away by murderous runts. The British and American state, a 93 % approval rating tells the story, the most popular leader in the world. And now Bukele Nomics is being copied around the world as a blueprint for freedom and justice. Massive shout out to Najib Bukele and the people of El Salvador. Which country do you feel is likely to adopt Bitcoin as a legal tender next? Let me know your honest thoughts in the comments below. I feel it's going to be another Latin American country. I'd say a great candidate for that is Argentina, which has hundreds of millions of people. We have Javier Malay, the pro presidential candidate. There is a 70 % chance plus that he is elected as the president. And we already know the likelihood he could make Bitcoin a legal tender, especially being orange -pilled by Max Keiser, who is the senior Bitcoin advisor for President Bukele. As Max has already announced, he can't wait to touch down in Buenos Aires to orange pill Javier Malay. Then we also have Mexico. We have people like Ricardo Salinas, the third richest man in Mexico, very pro Bitcoin, claiming Bitcoin has been his best investment ever because, again, Max orange -pilled him back in 2014. Then we have Brazil and so many other countries that make Bitcoin a potential to become legal tender. And we all know that's going to be a game changer. And that's just another catalyst on top of the Bitcoin halving scheduled in six months in 2024, plus the approval of a spot Bitcoin ETF in the United States. So can you say fireworks lays ahead? Let's go. Now let's discuss the latest more bullish news, meaning Mt. Gox is going to be delaying these payments, which means no crypto is going to be dumped onto the open market anytime soon, which again is good for the hodlers. Check it out. Now we got Nobuaki, the Mt. Gox trustee in charge of the funds owed to the exchange creditors, updated the public on September 21st, two days ago, according to the trustee, because of the lengthy discussions with specific payment providers, he could not make the October 31st deadline. That was the initial deadline, fam. And because of this reason, the repayments will start next year. And so they say, quitting him here. Therefore, with the permission of the Tokyo district court, the rehabilitation trustee changed the deadline of the base repayment, the early lump sum repayment and the intermediate repayment from October 31st, 2023 Japan time to October 31st, 2024 Japan time, respectively. By the letter of the Kobashi details, the Mt. Gox creditors waited nine years for payments. Good Lord. Currently, they're owed one hundred and forty one thousand six hundred and eighty six BTC plus one hundred and forty two thousand eight hundred and forty six Bitcoin cash and sixty nine is that billion yen. Good Lord. I'd love to know what that equates to in dollars anyways, though the delay has been extended. The creditors who have completed their claims might receive the payment by year's end, quoting them again. Rehabilitation creditors who have provided the necessary info to the rehabilitation trustee will see the payments made in a sequence as early as the end of this year, according to the letter. However, this schedule could change. Kobashi also said that due to the high volume of inquiries regarding the process, the rehabilitation team might not respond promptly. Well, that doesn't sound so promising, but I guess it's a good sign that most of this cash is not going to be dumped off any time soon, as there's a lot of FUD that's always circulating. The Mt. Gox, you know, sell off is going to crash the entire market. I think that is very unlikely and is nothing more than FUD. And again, we're gearing up for the most bullish sentiment in the four year cyclical cycle amongst us in twenty twenty four. So versus being in fear, I would be very optimistic about what's to come for the king crypto and the crypto market as a whole. But what are your thoughts, fam? Let me know in the comments right down below. Now let's discuss the largest crypto exchange in the United States. Clearly, it is Coinbase. The CEO is Brian Armstrong. But did you know, according to this latest report, they currently control and own over five percent of the Bitcoin in circulation. That's pretty hefty. And let's break this one down. And how many of you have used the Coinbase crypto exchange before? Let me know in the comments below. Here we go. Blockchain intelligence platform ARKAM recently identified the crypto exchange Coinbase holds almost one million Bitcoin in its wallets like, whoa, the coins are worth more than twenty five billion dollars at the current prices. Now, according to ARKAM, the exchanges holdings amount to almost five percent of all the existing Bitcoin. ARKAM said Coinbase holds a total of nine hundred forty seven thousand seven hundred and fifty five BTC. And at the moment, Bitcoin circulating supply is around nineteen million four hundred ninety three thousand five hundred thirty seven, according to coin info on CoinGecko. And as ARKAM shared here on X, ARKAM now identified twenty five billion of Bitcoin's Coinbase reserves with one million, approximately Bitcoin on chain. This makes Coinbase the largest Bitcoin entity in the world on ARKAM, with almost five percent of all the Bitcoin in existence, almost as much as Satoshi Nakamoto. Crazy, right? Furthermore, ARKAM noted that it has tagged and identified thirty six million Bitcoin deposits and holding addresses used by the exchange. And according to ARKAM, Coinbase's largest cold wallet holds around ten thousand BTC. And based on the exchanges financial reports, the intelligence company believes that Coinbase has more Bitcoin than are yet labeled and could not be identified. And while Coinbase holds over twenty five billion worth of Bitcoin in its wallets, the exchange only owns around ten thousand of all the Bitcoin in which it holds, which is roughly two hundred million dollars, according to the recent data. Meanwhile, community members express varying reactions to the news about the amount of Bitcoin on the centralized exchange in which they hold. Some believe it's a sign to withdraw their Bitcoin from the exchanges, warning hodlers not to wait until the exchanges start to halt withdrawals. Others say that since there are legitimate concerns over cold wallets, there is no good way to store your assets. I'd like to chime in real quick. Obviously, if it's not your keys, it's not your coins. So while a custodian such as Coinbase can hold your crypto, you've got to also note that it's not yours. So if something were to happen, hypothetically, like we've seen with FTX and the collapse last year, then not your keys, not your coins, they don't belong to you at the end of the day. So you've got to start to weigh the risk reward with having a custodian such as Coinbase or a centralized exchange hold your coins versus taking the responsibility for yourself and learning how to self custody your own crypto and call storage such as with a Bitcoin cold wallet, such as a treasure. So I just wanted to point that out. There's no right or wrong way to hold your crypto. You've got to do what's in your best interest, of course. So, you know, I mean, just want to keep it real at the end of the day. So check it when it comes to Bitcoin ownership by companies, business intelligence for MicroStrategy still owns most Bitcoin. I believe it's over one hundred and fifty two thousand eight hundred BTC, to be exact, worth over four billion dollars at the time of this recording, making them the largest publicly traded company to have Bitcoin on their balance sheet. Now, another major company that controls over six hundred thousand BTC is Grayscale in their GBTC product, the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust, which they just recently had a lawsuit against the SEC with the plan to convert their trust into a spot Bitcoin ETF. So considering they already control the underlying asset in the sum of over six hundred thousand BTC makes them a pretty strong contender. Wouldn't you agree? Let me know your thoughts, fam. And now let's break down our next story of the day and discuss the Bitcoin price likely to catapult along with the altcoin to coin to SkyBridge Capital, Anthony Scaramucci. Let's break this down. Shout out to the Mooch, SkyBridge Capital founder Scaramucci is detailing how one catalyst could have a bullish impact on Bitcoin, as well as the alt. In an interview with the Wolf of Wall Street, Scott Melker Scaramucci says that a spot Bitcoin ETF could be approved in the first quarter of twenty twenty four, which seems to be a ninety five percent likelihood, according to top ETF analyst at Bloomberg, Eric Balchunes. So according to SkyBridge Capital founder, the approval of the spot Bitcoin ETF and the Bitcoin halving, which is expected to occur in April of twenty twenty four, could combine to ignite a crypto bull market. No, it's not. It could combine. It will combine. Just saying. Quitting him here as Wall Street or products on Wall Street are sold, they are not bought. And so there is going to be tens of thousands, if not one hundred thousand plus people at these Wall Street firms selling these products to their traditional investors. So people that are in Bitcoin understand the finite supply of Bitcoin, right? We all know there's a finite limited supply, 21 million, and they understand the nature and the quality the Bitcoin has. This will push Bitcoin up. Of course, it will have a dramatically positive effect on the altcoin market because it will lead to more capital into digital properties so people can think whatever they want. They can think short term about the near term volatility of Bitcoin. But these macro positive factors are overwhelming. And according to Scaramucci, the potential approval of a spot Bitcoin ETF filed by giant asset managers such as BlackRock, who controls over 10 trillion in assets under management and Fidelity, that controls over four and a half trillion in assets under management, can see Bitcoin increasing its market cap by roughly 24 times from the current level. We'll send it. Let's go quoting the Mooch here. It is important that now the largest asset manager in the world who started out with some level of skepticism related to digital assets and Bitcoin is now willing to adopt Bitcoin. I mean, I guess they mean BlackRock is willing to adopt Bitcoin, but even more important than that, they're willing to explain to their clients. I think BlackRock now has 13 trillion dollars in assets under management. So for them, seven trillion for Fidelity. While these numbers are higher than I even imagine, while their clients need exposure to digital property like Bitcoin. And so we have a five hundred billion dollar plus market for Bitcoin. So you and I know gold is at 12 trillion ish, depending on where it's trading. But yes, 12 trillion. There is no reason why Bitcoin couldn't get gold. So there you have it. And to watch this video interview he did with Scott Melker entitled 37000 Bitcoin. Can it skyrocket 35 percent? Check the show notes below the video in the description. And I think we all could agree it's only a matter of time before Bitcoin returns to price discovery mode, virtually meaning entering new all time highs. My personal prediction is sometime in 2024, considering the two biggest catalysts, which we just covered, the Bitcoin halving and Bitcoin ETF approval, which we know is going to be a given, especially considering the SEC is not going to be able to push it back and push back that deadline any longer because, you know, they just they have been pushing it back now for 10 years while they continue to approve futures ETFs, which can allow them to spoof and manipulate the market, which is all by design. At the end of the day, there's not new under the sun and three things cannot be long hidden. The sun, the moon and the truth. But just saying. Anyways, fam, now let's discuss the ongoing fight against CZ, the finance CEO with this 250 million dollar loan. And then I'll be breaking down his 10 million dollar price prediction and in fact sharing a transcription of him claiming that Bitcoin can thousand X from the current price, which would ultimately mean not 10 million, but we're talking twenty six to twenty seven million dollars per coin. Let's break this down. So here we go. First, with the FUD, the Binance CEO, CZ Shangping Zhao had refuted a recent report alleging that he received the 250 million dollar loan from BAM Management, the company that serves as the holding entity for Binance US. Now, how many of you have used Binance US or Binance before as the exchange? Let me know, fam. The development comes amidst Binance's struggles with plunging trading volume as the world's largest crypto exchange faces mounting lawsuits and increased scrutiny, regulatory which seems to all be by design by the SEC and the regulators. Right. The report published by Decrypt September 19th drew its conclusions from court documents associated with the ongoing lawsuit involving Binance and the United States. SEC, according to the news agency's interpretation, the Binance US legal representatives asserted in the documents that BAM Management US Holdings had issued a quarter billion dollar convertible note to CZ back in December. CZ, however, challenged the accuracy of the report when he tweeted the following. The amount of wrong information is just they got the direction wrong. I loaned 250 million dollars to BAM a while back, not the other way around, and have not taken it back. The Binance CEO clarified that the loan arrangement was, in fact, the opposite of what was reported in the post. The exec explained that he had extended a 250 million dollar loan to BAM Management and asserted that he had not yet received the payment. So there's nothing new under the sun. Just more FUD, it seems like, fam. The legal battle has taken a toll on Binance US, which saw a flurry of employee departures. The US SEC alleged that Binance was not cooperating in the ongoing probe and even claimed that BAM refused to make essential witnesses available for deposition. Concerns were also raised on CEFFU, which happens to be a custody service offered by Binance's international arm, Binance Holdings Ltd. The SEC's filing claimed that the platform appeared to be in violation of a previous agreement designed to prevent the transfer of the assets abroad. And despite the scathing attacks by the financial regulator, Binance scored a small win this week. The SEC's motion to approve an inspection into Binance US was denied by the USDC District Judge, Zia Farokhia. So there you have it. I mean, the ongoing FUD will more than likely continue, as obviously Binance is the largest crypto exchange in the world and regulators seem to have a problem with them and want to go after them for whatever apparent reason. So, like I said, hopefully in the end, you know, truth is revealed and the real story versus all the FUD and, you know, the manipulation of the price action and all the shenanigans we continue to witness in the market. And with that being shared, now let's dive into the Binance CEO, CZ and his 10 million dollar price prediction, as well as him predicting that Bitcoin price action could even a thousand X from here, sending the Bitcoin price parabolic to 26 or even 27 million dollars per coin. Let's break this baby down, shall we? Here we go. JV, have you ever heard of him? A crypto YouTube influencer from Crypto News Alerts remembered CZ's prediction. You're damn right I did. The Bitcoin would reach 10 million per coin. JV referred to the statement in a recent video uploaded on YouTube where he analyzes various aspects of the Bitcoin market development. Now, JV looked back at CZ's Bitcoin prediction while analyzing the Bitcoin CEO's recent Twitter comments. And in a Q &A session on July 5th, CZ addressed several issues, including Binance's reaction to the ongoing regulatory scrutiny. He also spoke about the rising interest of institutional investors in crypto currencies, as well as the proposed BlackRock spot Bitcoin ETF. CZ made the 10 million dollar price prediction back in 2021. In fact, I have the article already pulled up and I'm going to be reading word for word what he shared. Following MicroStrategy's announcement, allocating Bitcoin for the corporate strategy, CZ based his analysis on the possibility of several corporate companies, major institutions across the world, allocating just one percent of their corporate treasury into Bitcoin. And according to CZ, that would lead to a thousand X growth in the value of BTC. JV highlighted CZ's welcoming approach to institutional investors in the Bitcoin ecosystem, and CZ noted that advantages in traditional finance firms they bring to the crypto industry, despite concerns about their intentions clashing with Bitcoin's decentralized nature. And according to JV, CZ identified two key factors driving Binance's strategy for the next 18 months. They include the upcoming Bitcoin halving event now less than six months out, as well as, you know, we could be seeing a Bitcoin ETF here in the near future. The Bitcoin community expects the next halving to occur in April of 2024. Now quoting CZ word for word from the initial interview he made on Bloomberg Radio predicting a potential 1000 X increase in the Bitcoin price action. So here's what he had to say. Right now, I think only 11 companies again, this is right around the time that MicroStrategy announced putting Bitcoin on its balance sheet. They announced having allocating some talking about Bitcoin, like usually less than one percent of their corporate treasury to Bitcoin. And we think that it is most likely what caused the initial price rise. I think MicroStrategy's Michael Saylor started it first, but there are six hundred and fifty thousand companies in the world, like relatively established companies in the world, and their treasury is huge. Preach. So if all of them talking about these major institutions only allocated just one percent to Bitcoin, we are going to see, I don't know, 1000 X more growth in the Bitcoin price. And if they allocate more than one percent, then it's going to be even bigger. So I think people don't quite get the magnitude of the wave that is about to hit us. Now, let's run that math one more time. Fam, today's price is roughly twenty six thousand five hundred times that by one thousand. He's talking about a twenty six and a half million dollar Bitcoin price action. The potential if they only put one percent of their strategic reserves into Bitcoin, you do the math. If it's five X and five percent, what are we talking? One hundred and twenty million dollar Bitcoin price. Just saying this is coming from CZ, the world's richest man in crypto. So very powerful words indeed. Let's get back to this prediction of what he shared. So the finance CEO estimates that the flagship crypto can go up anywhere from nineteen hundred percent to twenty thousand percent from the current price levels from the time he made the prediction. And he goes on to share with price predictions. It is really, really difficult. I think it can go to, I don't know, one million dollars, ten million dollars. It is very hard to tell. And again, if we literally did a thousand X from today's price, we're talking twenty six and a half million per BTZ. So CZ also reveals that the exchange is onboarding new users as an at an unprecedented sustained rate during the bull run, outpacing its user growth during the twenty seventeen bull run. So again, this was during the twenty twenty one bull run. Here's what he had to share. Just to give people the idea, in twenty seventeen, when Bitcoin hit the peak of about 20 G's, we were seeing three hundred thousand new registered users per day. And that only happened for a couple of days. And that kind of trailed off and became slower. Now we're seeing sustained new user registrations above the peak and sustained like for over two to three months. So could you imagine running the world's largest crypto exchange and having over three hundred thousand new registered users every single day for like 90 days straight? That is insanity. And that's the previous market. I think twenty twenty four is likely going to outpace the previous market as Bitcoin becomes a common household name and as Bitcoin game theory continues in full effect. You have presidential candidates making Bitcoin a big determining factor. We have people like Ron DeSantis, Kennedy Jr., Javier Malay over in Argentina. So naturally, it's just going to create more commotion and positive catalysts for Bitcoin as we move forward into twenty twenty four. So, I mean, fireworks are ahead. Let me know how you feel. We're likely to finish out this year by December of twenty twenty three. Where do you feel the Bitcoin price action is likely to be? And don't forget to check out CryptoNewsAlerts .net for the full premium experience with video and to participate in the live Q &A. And I look forward to seeing you on tomorrow's episode. HODL.
A highlight from 1375: MAX KEISER: Bitcoin Will Rocket to $3,000,000
"Holla at your boy. Lots to cover as the crypto bloodbath continues in today's show. I'll be breaking down the latest technical analysis, as literally there was a billion dollars worth of liquidations. We'll also be discussing SpaceX Bitcoin right down, sparks a massive confusion. The question is, did Elon and SpaceX really dump three hundred and seventy three million worth of Bitcoin, or is it nothing more than FUD? We'll also be discussing U .S. Congressman issues a warning on CBDC says they pose an existential threat to Western civilization. We'll also be discussing tornado cash loses its lawsuit against the U .S. government. I'll be breaking down this report, as well as breaking news. The judge grants the SEC request to file a motion for the appeal with the Ripple XRP case. And Max Kaiser, our fearless leader, quoting him here, Bitcoin has already and will continue to outperform everything else so spectacularly by one hundred X or more that anyone holding fiat stocks, bonds, gold and all the coins, property, etc., will literally be impoverished. We'll also be taking a look at the overall crypto market. All this plus so much more in today's show. Yo, what's good, crypto fam? This is first and foremost, a video show. So if you want the full premium experience with video, visit my rumble channel at CryptonewsAlerts .net. Again, that's CryptonewsAlerts .net. And welcome y 'all just joining us. Now let's dive into our market watch and check out this insanity of this bloodbath currently going on in the Bitcoin market. You should be able to see on your screen. Let me know in the chat. Bitcoin's currently just holding on to twenty six thousand one hundred by a thread. We've already touched in the twenty five thousand range. We're still down six percent for the day. Ether down four percent, trading at sixteen hundred dollars. And some of the biggest losers naturally is some of these alts. XRP down thirteen percent, barely holding on to fifty cents. We have Solana down seven percent, trading at twenty one bucks and also XLM and Litecoin are in the blood red. And checking out CoinMarketCap .com, the current crypto market cap sits at one point zero five trillion dollars, but about seventy billion in volume in the past twenty four hours. So the volume is up roughly fifty eight percent. We've got the Bitcoin dominance at forty eight point three percent, with the ether dominance at nineteen percent even. And checking out the SOT 100 crypto gainers in the past twenty four hours, probably not much, just what you see here. We have AKT, which I have never heard of, up thirty three percent, trading at a dollar thirty nine, followed by Injective up seven percent, trading at seven dollars and seventy eight cents, followed by Tether Gold, which I have never heard of, barely in the green, trading just under nineteen hundred dollars. And virtually the entire crypto market is bleeding in in the red with the biggest losers, including Conflux, Litecoin and XRP for the past twenty four hours. And if you check out the top losers for the past week, yikes. I mean, we're talking about anywhere from ten to twenty, even as high as thirty percent losses, not looking good right now for the alts. And checking out the crypto greed and fear index, we're currently rated to thirty seven, finally back in fear. We have been stuck in neutral and greed for the bulk of the year. We're finally back in fear. Yesterday was a fifty neutral, last week a fifty one and last month also a fifty in neutral. Now, welcome to everyone just joining us. Someone earlier asked in the chat and they're like, yo, smash that down arrow button, dislike this video because he's sharing predictions of millions of dollars. Meanwhile, there's a bloodbath in the market. And I responded like I'm not losing any sleep over this dump. All I do is continue to stack sats and I sleep like a baby. Why is that? Because I'm not an ish coiner. I have the most pristine cryptocurrency, decentralized, incorruptible, unconfiscatable crypto, and the only one that there is and that is Bitcoin. So why everyone else is crying and panicking? I'm stacking sats. I just spent an entire day at the pool with my daughter having a grand old time. I'm not sweating it whatsoever. And I think if you're a Bitcoiner, you feel the same way because one Bitcoin is still equivalent to what? One Bitcoin. Who cares? The fiat crap, you know, value equivalent. It's irrelevant. One Bitcoin will always be equivalent to one Bitcoin. And with that being shared, let's dive into today's Bitcoin technical analysis and check out some of these blood charts we're witnessing right now. Bitcoin stayed near two month lows at the August 18th Wall Street open as the markets came to terms with extreme liquidations, which we can see here not looking so great. And data from Cointelegraph and TradingView showed Bitcoin price action tracking sideways after a single day candle spawned an 8 % loss. Bitcoin saw a cascade of liquidations across the derivative markets, which is used as a financial weapon of mass destruction, with these accounting for an outsized majority amid the relatively lack spot selling. Quoting QCP Capital, In Deribbit, it is likely that a large account got wiped considering the immense short liquidation that occurred together. And as you can see here, shorts are getting wrecked. I mean, so many positions are getting wrecked, obviously. Now, QCP, like others noted that the market reaction to the alleged trigger are right down to SpaceX's $373 million on their Bitcoin holdings, which appeared to be exaggerated. And in our next story, we're going to be diving deeper into this. And is it just all FUD or is there any truth to this story? Now, the total liquidations challenge those seen in the immediate aftermath of the FTX exchange meltdown, the event which resulted in Bitcoin dip into two year lows and the current low of the cycle, which is $15 ,600 back in November of 2022. Quoting the Kibisi letter, This feels like yet another sign of drying liquidity markets have seen over the last few weeks. And for popular trader Rec Capital, here's what he had to share. Bitcoin formed its higher high at $31 ,000 on inclining volume, but the price formed the second half of its double top on the declining volume. And an accompanying chart showed trading volume on the daily timeframes, as Rec Capital warned that capitulation had likely not yet matched the previous selloffs. Quoting him again, Though there was a small breakout in the seller volume on this crash, it is still nowhere near the seller exhaustion volume levels of the previous Bitcoin reversals in which he explained. In fact, current seller volume would need to probably double to reach those seller exhaustion volume levels that prompted the price reversals in early and late March, as well as mid -June. Meanwhile, others were more optimistic as pointing out to the RSI. Every cycle, including the weekly Bitcoin RSI experiences, a fakeout of the bull market start line comes lasting longer than others, and every one of them makes a revisit to the 0 .382 Fibonacci retrace of the move. And with the latest drop, both of those things are now complete. And also QCP points out, We believe that a low now rests on Powell's speech at Jackson Hill next week. And so there you have it. How low do you think the Bitcoin price action is likely to go during this dump? Let me know your honest thoughts in the comments right down below, which leads us to our next story of the day. Let's discuss everything SpaceX and the FUD circulating in the markets right now. What exactly is causing this mass liquidation of over a billion dollars of positions to be liquidated just like that? Let's break it down and let me know your thoughts also in the comments. SpaceX's Bitcoin write down report on August 18th sparked mass confusion within the crypto community. The report published in the Wall Street Journal puzzled many. Keep in mind, that's the mainstream who questioned whether SpaceX held 373 million bucks worth of Bitcoin and sold it in 2021 and 2022, or whether they only reduced their Bitcoin exposure by the same amount. Several social media outlets reported that SpaceX had sold this entire Bitcoin holdings. Maybe that's what crashed the market, while others expressed uncertainty, claiming they were unable to confirm the amount based on the wording of the report. As pointed out here, I actually read the Wall Street Journal report, and I think Bitcoin magazine is wrong. Yes, the report claims that SpaceX marked down the value of the Bitcoin by 373 million, but that doesn't mean they sold 373 million and sold some, but selling some doesn't necessarily mean they have no Bitcoin left. And I think they make a great point. Then Elon Musk, well, he revealed this in 2021 that SpaceX was holding Bitcoin as does Tesla on his balance sheet. And while Tesla's Bitcoin holdings were made public, there were no estimations around the SpaceX Bitcoin holdings, which have been key to the ongoing confusion. Tesla once held 1 .5 billion worth of BTC purchased during the bull market, but revealed it has sold 72 % of his holdings in quarter two of 2022. The SpaceX write -off claims were also believed to be one of the key catalysts behind the 2000 Bitcoin price drop, although several others denied that being the cause. Musk hasn't addressed the issue as of yet, but the market FUD made him target of Bitcoin proponents who questioned his strategy of buying high and selling low, while a few others called it market FUD. What are your thoughts? Do you think this is nothing more than mainstream FUD published by the Wall Street Journal specifically to tank the markets? Very interesting thought, right? One Reddit user wrote that Musk is running out of cash across all of his companies, suggesting that Musk might sell all of his Bitcoin and doge within the next six months. And users on X also called out Musk for his paper hands, which we commonly make fun of him for quoting them here. Musk appears to be going to toe to toe against Bitcoin and his ex empire. I wish him well, although I don't think this is wise. That's coming from Dr. Jeff Ross. While the dilemma around SpaceX Bitcoin holdings continues, Bitcoin proponents advocated traders to huddle Bitcoin and not fall for the market FUD. I think that's a great point. As pointed out here, SpaceX didn't sell his Bitcoin and neither did Elon Musk. Now sit back, relax, and just some intelligent guys getting $700 million in longs. Don't leverage, be patient, and just huddle. Sage advice, as we all know, huddle be thy name. And when in doubt, try to relax. Get your mind off of the price action. Like I said earlier, I spent the entire day in the pool, soaking up those sun rays here in Puerto Rico, and I'm not losing any sleep over these dumps. I just will continue stacking sats and counting my blessings because I'm a Bitcoiner and not an ishcoiner. And again, the ishcoins are the ones that get wrecked when Bitcoin drops 8%. Some of these altcoins will drop 10, 20, maybe as high as 30%. So that's the wreckage, you know, comes with the territory, no risk, no reward. Obviously, altcoins are very risky, but hence, when they pump, they could be very rewarding at the same time. So you got to find an equilibrium, right? Anyways, now let's discuss the existential threat, says Congressman regarding central bank digital currencies, better known as CBDCs. Let's break this baby down. And again, welcome to everyone just joining. Make some noise in live chat. Let me know where you're tuning in from. This is a very good warning coming from US Congressman Warren Davidson, warning that the central bank digital currencies, better known as CBDCs, can result in a dystopian future. Facts. The Ohio Republican tells his 80 ,000 ex -followers he believes that CBDCs could transform money into a powerful means of governmental control and plans to introduce legislation to criminalize the development of these types of assets. So everyone, please show this Congressman Warren Davidson some love, because I don't know many other congressmen coming out sharing that. And we all know this is fact because we're bitcoiners, quitting him here to make the point crystal clear. I am working on legislation to criminalize designing, building, testing, developing, or establishing a central bank digital currency. CBDC poses an existential threat to Western civilization by corrupting money into a tool for coercion and control. Now, sound money serves as a stable store of value and an efficient means of exchange. Now, Davidson also says he wants to prohibit CBDCs because they threaten other digital assets such as bitcoin and pitting the development of beneficial financial technology, quitting him again. Central bank digital currency poses a serious threat of all digital assets. As I said at a flyover fintech, many people wrongfully conflate even bitcoin with a CBDC. I'd say the average individual knows no difference because they're completely ignorant to cryptocurrency. But if you watch the show, you already know CBDCs are pure evil programmable government money and bitcoin is the antidote. Now, at least most agree that CBDC is evil, the financial equivalent of the Death Star. No, that's true. Now, don't become an accomplice to anyone designing, building, testing, developing, or establishing CBDC. Banning CBDC is essential to America's fintech future. Davidson calls out several entities currently working on CBDCs, including Ripple Labs. That's right. Tokenized assets are not the problem, it's the people. Entities, including the Fed, Ripple, and Consensus and influencers are actively working on CBDC projects. So it's no secret. The congressman says the CBDCs are the complete opposite of decentralized finance and vows to prevent their adoption, quoting him again. Current CBDC versions are centrally managed permission database dependent on digital ID. This is the opposite of DeFi, where the entire computing architecture is designed to protect privacy and enable permissionless peer -to -peer transactions. 100 plus countries are studying, developing, or implementing the same creepy surveillance state technology as China. So there you have it. You have been warned. I warn you virtually every single day on the show to stay away from CBDCs, as Bitcoin is the antidote, and we don't trust the government, and we don't trust their fiat money. Why would we trust their digital version of government fiat money? It would make no sense whatsoever. But anyways, fam, now let's discuss the conclusion regarding the tornado cash lawsuit. Unfortunately for the community, the government won. Then we'll discuss the latest with the Ripple XRP appeal, followed by the latest predictions from Max Keiser, suggesting Bitcoin will continue to outpace every other asset and climb another 100x from the current price, virtually predicting a $3 million Bitcoin price action. And then we'll dive into our live Q &A. So yeah, let's discuss tornado cash. And how many of you have ever used it before? Do let me know. Tornado cash is the most well -known crypto mixing service sanctioned by the US Office of Foreign Asset Control last August. The decision was a result of a long -lasting spat between the regulator and the crypto mixer dating back to at least 2018, when two persons of special interest in the US government were found to be using its services. Now, although crypto mixers do indeed appeal to cyber criminals, their main purpose is to grant extra privacy to those who want it. In order for a crypto mixer to work as intended, the number of beginning users must be much higher than the amount of bad actors using it, with no sizable amounts of assets to mix. The operation falls flat. Now, is this with the distinction in mind that Coinbase supported tornado cash's appeal against the sanctions? Well, as pointed out here, the rights are rarely secured on a path that is always up, and we will continue to believe plaintiff's challenge to OFAC's tornado cash action is right. We have always known that the Fifth Circuit Review is required to resolve these issues. So this is ultimately Coinbase pushing back and saying, hey, this isn't right. The government shouldn't be allowed to do this. Now, also keep in mind that according to the court documents, Torquato Cash's argument focused on its definition as a decentralized open source software project made of smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain. However, the minting of torn tokens administrated by the tornado cash DAO led the government to believe otherwise. And although DAO is a technically autonomous, the court argued that whoever holds the most funds has the most voting power and therefore re -centralizing decisions in a roundabout way. The case was presided by Judge Pittman of the U .S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, and motivating his decision to turn down the lawsuit, Judge Pittman stated, in the eyes of the U .S. government, tornado cash is indeed an entity with a property interest, and therefore the OFAC sanctions of the crypto mixer do not qualify as governmental overreach. Quoting them here, this case is about tornado cash, but the parties disagree on how to characterize tornado cash. Plaintiffs argue that the designation of tornado cash exceeds the department's statutory authority over foreign nationals' interests in property and violates the free speech clause. The government, on the other hand, argues that tornado cash is an entity that may be designated and that it has a property interest in smart contracts. So unless further arguments are brought forth, tornado cash will remain on the OFAC's specially designated national list, which prevents the entity from doing business with the banking sector and a wide range of businesses. So there you have it. What are your thoughts on this? Do you think this is unlawful and overreach of the government bodies in the SEC? Let me know your honest thoughts in the comments right down below. Now let's discuss the latest with the Ripple lawsuit versus the SEC. As many of you know, Ripple Labs did get a slight victory, and it was determined by Judge Torres that XRP was not being sold as an unregistered security, as the SEC deemed. And so, however, Gary Gensler is not accepting that the SEC is not accepting the verdict from the judge and is ultimately going to be appealing this decision. So let's now break this one down, shall we? Yeah, very interesting indeed. Check it out. Judge Torres has granted a request from the US SEC to file a motion for leave to file for the interlocutory appeal in the case against Ripple Labs. The security regulator sent a letter to Torres August 9th Well, duh. But according to the US law, this appeal occurs when a ruling by trial court is appealed while other aspects of the case are still proceeding. The decision allows the SEC to file a motion by August 18th, which is today, requesting permission to bring a case to the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Ripple will also be able to file an opposition to the motion. Now, the decision comes just a few hours after Ripple Labs voiced opposition to a potential appeal for the case. Ripple lawyers put forth three main arguments in opposition to the SEC request. They first argued that an appeal requires a pure question of law and that the SEC's request raises no new legal issues that need to be renewed. They also argued that the SEC's claim of an incorrect court ruling on the matter is not sufficient and that an immediate appeal will not advance the termination of litigation proceedings. Quoting their CEO, Brad Garlinghouse, reminder, the request for appeal, even if granted, doesn't change the fact that XRP is not a security. That's not up for debate or trial, but the SEC continues to claim that Chris and I acted recklessly in believing that XRP is not a security. Yada, yada, yada. Now, Torres ruled on July 13th that Ripple's native XRP token is not a security when distributed in public sales, aka exchanges, but that the ruling considered XRP a security and institutional sales. Interesting. The case against Ripple has been ongoing since December of 2020. Holy moly. When the SEC sued Ripple and his two chief executives, including Brad Garlinghouse and Chris Larson, over allegations that the company was offering an unregistered security. And in a recent interview with Bloomberg, Garlinghouse shared his belief that the SEC would face a lengthy appeal process, putting him here, as a matter of law, the law of the land right now is that XRP is not a security. And until there is an opportunity for the SEC to file the appeal, which could take years, frankly, we are very optimistic. He noted, and according to Garlinghouse, an appeal against the retail sales ruling would only further solidify the decision that Torres made. So there you have it. You also have to keep in mind for this to go to the appeal and do a whole new trial could take years. So in the interim, meaning in the meantime, meanwhile, XRP is not a security unregistered security being sold on the exchanges. So all the exchanges have the permissions to relist it. And in fact, a lot of the major exchanges have already relisted XRP for this reason. However, if they have another trial, let's hypothetically say three years from now, and after another trial, the judge changes the ruling and it's deemed an unregistered security, then it can be like deja vu all over again, like going back to 2020, it gets delisted from all the exchanges. And to me, that is very scary. And you can thank No Clarity Gary for that one. So how do you think this is likely to play out? Do you think the SEC is just wasting their time? I mean, I personally look at it this way. The SEC has unlimited resources. They have all the money in the world, the money printer, you know what I mean? Will continue to go burp for their needs. And so they can virtually do anything they want. I think it's overreach. Obviously, it's the crypto crackdown. Unfortunately, it's likely to continue. However, I think the lawsuit against Coinbase and Binance, et cetera, can help set precedent, just as the XRP lawsuit has. And I think that thus far, it's been a win for crypto because the SEC is not getting their way. And of course, they're not going to be happy. Of course, they're going to appeal it. Of course, Gary is not going to give us what we want and protect the investors whatsoever because they're just protecting their own pockets at the end of the day. And that's just the reality of the life that we live in here in the crypto sphere. But with that being shared, fam, let me know your thoughts. And now let's break down our main story of the day. And that's Max Kaiser predicting that the Bitcoin price will rise to $3 million. We don't care if Bitcoin is crashing because we're in this for the long haul. So cry me a river, y 'all. But with that being shared, yeah, first, let's start with this quote he recently shared on Twitter dated August 11th, which got 62 ,000 views. He wrote, Bitcoin has already and will continue to outperform everything else so spectacularly by 100 X or more that anyone holding fiat stocks, bonds, gold, all the coins, property, et cetera, will literally be impoverished. Very powerful words. Now, at the time he made this prediction, Bitcoin was close to 30 ,000. So what is 100 X times 30 ,000? That's $3 million per coin. And now quoting him from a more recent interview he did with Swan, maybe about a week or so ago, I posted this on X, formerly known as Twitter on, let's see, August 12th. So the following day after he made that post, it got 131 ,000 views, fam. And here's what Max Kaiser had to share. With Bitcoin, it's kind of the end of price discovery because everything will eventually be priced in Bitcoin. Everything goes to zero against Bitcoin. Bet you heard that one before. And so for someone like myself who has been following this for 40 years, the finance markets, technology, Bitcoin is the holy grail. It is the end all preach. I would say my compatriot in all of this is Michael Saylor. When you hear Michael Saylor talk, he talks about the aesthetics of Bitcoin, the beauty of Bitcoin. And he speaks about it in a way I think carries the torch from the Max and Stacey from 2011. Now he started buying it, I guess, when it was 10 or $12 ,000 or so in 2020 era. So we were there from 2011 to 2020. And I think he's kind of carried the torch from 2020 in a lot of ways and introduced Bitcoin to massive pools of capital, including to Elon Musk. Note that. I'm surprised that more companies haven't followed his lead, giving the breakup of inflation that we have had exactly as Michael Saylor predicted. The melting ice cube, as he called it, at the exact time and exactly what happened. Well, I guess we can say now we're in an era where BlackRock and these other major institutions are now looking at Bitcoin. So his work on the institutional level, I guess, is bearing fruit. Now, three years later, I see in the Middle East, they are starting to recognize Bitcoin. So that's a huge pool of capital. Yeah. And I think that all that oil money will find its way into Bitcoin and be a huge catalyst for higher prices. So it's a natural way for the oil industry to diversify their portfolio because Bitcoin is essentially energy and the energy eventually gets priced in Bitcoin. And there is a marriage between these two in a big way. So there you have it, his first big prediction that the oil industry is going to diversify into Bitcoin and he continues. So I think that's kind of the answer. I have always been fascinated by price discovery in markets and the architecture of how markets work under the hood. And Bitcoin is such a pristine, perfect money. And I think it's something that humans have been searching for since forever. And now we're seeing it change society on a really fundamental level with the introduction of Bitcoin. Now, a lot of people are freaking out because of it, because it destroys the status quo, preach. And a lot of people who have been waiting for it to come along and had the faith that humanity can be saved. Thank God. I honestly feel humanity would be doomed without Bitcoin. All we have to look forward to is CBDCs and the enslavement of the human race. Now, anyways, continuing, they see Bitcoin in those terms. So you have this split going on, which is very exciting. So it just continues on and on. And how could you not be interested in it? I think the people who were into it earlier, aka Roger Ver, and walked away just never got it from the beginning. Once it's categorized as an asset class, we have nothing to do except position ourselves in this asset class. So either we are going to have a small position or a big position, but we cannot ignore it. We cannot not have a position. Now, listen closely here. So even 1 % of that multi -hundred trillion dollar funds available moves the needle on Bitcoin and it moves it up considerably. He's referring to the five, six, seven hundred dollar or five, six, seven hundred trillion dollar total addressable market. And he continues. So if we get into the five or 10 % range, then you start to really see a raise ahead to the seven figure type predictions that people have been making, including myself, because it is an asset class. But on the flip side, we have what we saw in the gold market, which is the ability to control price discovery and manipulate the prices. And it's real through the derivatives markets. Pay very close attention to what he shares about derivatives here, fam. This is how the powers that be and the central bankers continue to manipulate the precious metal market. So the price of gold has been lagging inflation for 20 years because the government around the world doesn't like gold making their fiat money look bad. So they make it easy for the huge funds to manipulate the price of gold and to scalp and to continuously skim profits off of gold, which is what they do almost every single day. You can watch it and see it. In fact, it's pretty clear. And they are very good at keeping the price of gold and silver down. There's something like for every ounce of silver, there's probably 50 ounces worth of derivatives floating in various exchanges around the world that are used to keep the price of silver down because governments don't want gold to race ahead to draw the capital out of their fiat money scam and into gold. Makes a great point, right? And with Bitcoin, we have the ability to pull our private keys, which is not really available with gold. Technically, people can take delivery of gold on these exchanges, but there's never been an organized attempt to do so preach. And also, let's not forget that the majority of the gold in the world is hoarded by the central bank. So keep that in mind, fam. Anyways, back to Max's quote. We tried to do it a few years ago. It crashed JP Morgan by gold and silver because after the 2008 financial crisis when JP Morgan ended up buying Bear Stearns effectively for nothing, they inherited this multimillion short silver position that Bear Stearns was managing at the behest of presumably the government. The government likes to stay involved. And so I did some calculations and it became clear if this short position was not covered and the price of silver got to $60 or $70 an ounce, it would bankrupt JP Morgan Chase. So we started this crash JP Morgan buy silver campaign. We got the price of silver from 15 bucks up to $50. What a legend. So we got it up to the old Hunt Brothers $50 level. And then the Fed of course came in and they changed the laws overnight to make it possible for these banks to have and carry much greater short positions on silver. So they printed up a lot of paper silver derivatives and they stopped the run on their bank and the price went back down to $15 or so. So we have seen that it is possible to force capitulation to the silver market, but at the end of the day, because of the ability to pull private keys, it is not like it is with Bitcoin. I don't think it'll ever succeed. Whereas with Bitcoin, you can pull your private keys. So there you have it. Very powerful words coming from Max Kaiser. And that's 100 % accurate. And why I don't trust the precious metals myself. Now, if Bitcoin and cryptocurrency didn't exist, I'd be all in on gold and silver because what other option would there be? But because there is Bitcoin, there is no second best as Michael Saylor once said, like real talk. Am I going to trust my life savings in gold when the powers that be can just manipulate it on a whim? In fact, they have been caught doing so, so many times. How many times has JP Morgan had to pay billion dollar or hundreds of millions of dollars in fines for being caught manipulating the precious metal market? I think that will continue. Now, Bitcoin is the only incorruptible money, hence why it is perfect money. There is a finite limited supply. And I mean, there's no greater alternative. There is no second best quoting the great Michael Saylor. And don't forget to check out crypto news alerts .net for the full premium experience with video and to participate in the live Q &A. And I look forward to seeing you on tomorrow's episode.
Who Was Nietzsche and How Did He Influence the Nazi Movement?
"Every soldier that was deployed in world war. One was actually given nietzsche And the german front and so they read this idea of the importance of the will which we're going to get into and this idea of becoming the superman or the overman or the uber manche and then they come back to kind of war torn germany and these ideas kinda laid the philosophical trans Foundation four hitler's most popular speech the triumph of the will. And if you read that speech it sounds a lot like nietzsche's ideas so let's let's work our way backwards from there and so can you just give us some biographical context of who this guy was and how he was able why he published ideas at the time that were so different than some of the metaphysics and philosophy. That was considered to be the consensus. Well he was a prodigy. Who's obviously a german philosopher. He died in nineteen hundred at a very young age of was teaching philosophy. He was trained as a philology which means essentially somebody who studies languages in price to think about their meaning and in one of his works. that gay homo. He tells us that he essentially abandoned his post as a professor so that he can become dot and what he meant by that is that he was horrified by what he describes as buddhism for europe which is just code for certain kind of nihilism. You believe that. Europe in particular has lost its capacity in meaning any kind of sense of identity and he was looking to try to inspire certain aspects of european instance that he thought could still breed some kind of idealism or transcendent that was transcendence that was just essentially close to being buried For example industrial era through strength in a very famous speech entitled the last man speech he is characters. Few strokes mentioned that our soil is still thick enough to perhaps a plant a grants Tree some kind of some kind of the ideal but it's getting a increasingly more difficult to find anyone in the world interested in anything beyond just a here
Saint Etiennes Sarah Cracknell on Making an Album in Lockdown
"So we're gonna talk about the short while but firstly you get everybody in the band in different parts of the country now. Euro urine oxford. If you just said pete wiggs in. Hove actually bob. Stump is bradford. How did you go about making this record. When you all geographically distributed all zoom like we have to do everything these days Yeah we used to share. I mean we to concern about the kind of feeling of the record. What we wanted it to say proper now. Kind of very complicated concept. If you that but with the idea is what would happen was the pete send may music might count with some bits of melody as few words not many words on the record and we just share ideas and then come to edit them so was it was kind of made you on a computer in the manner of the ancient art method exquisite corpse. What person does a bit puzzled. Saudi else they fiddle with it. I guess posture out your cupcakes constantly. Just mentioned that this album about memory and optimism that that time between nineteen hundred. Seventy two thousand and one. The labor party just won an election. Victory it's this little little island of of Things might not be dreadful. What generated us. We must algae feeling. Was it being separated from the rest of the land at having to do it through the window at it. I think there is an element to fat. An it's about thinking time you remember. That was optimistic. Seemed like great things happening. And it's about how your memory gets you'd over time and i think we'll probably look back home. The last eighteen months two years with that. Same kind of feeling you know. There's some bits of being looked down. The i really love the very first day over the us and did a lot of making bread out with the teens in watching boats sets and stuff in them but yet you know. I'll probably just remember as bits in a few years time in older the credits but Yet it's about memory and how it gets mixed up in your mind
NOAA: U.S. Slightly Surpasses 1936 Record for Hottest Summer Ever
"You thought this summer felt hotter than others you're right it turns out it's tied for the hottest summer on record in the us the us government agency. No us says it has not been this hot since one thousand nine thirty six which was the infamous dust bowl summer between june and august the average temperature in the continental. Us was seventy four degrees. That's more than two degrees warmer than average is in the nineteen. Hundreds five western states. California idaho nevada oregon and utah had their hottest summers ever and twenty one other states rushing from the northeast to the rockies recorded top. Ten hottest summers only southern states had average temperatures. Extreme weather has also been a major problem. Scientists say this summer was one of the wettest on record causing deadly flooding in some states. Meanwhile western states are experiencing a mega drought that has pushed reservoirs to dangerously low levels. Plus wildfires have burned nearly five thousand square miles so far this season. Scientists haven't tracking climate records in the us since eighteen. Ninety-five noah says four of the five. hottest summers. On record have happened over. The last eleven
Officers and Medics Indicted in Elijah McClain's 2019 Death
"Back in two thousand nineteen hundred twenty three year old. Elijah mclean died after a violent encounter with police today two years after his death a colorado grand jury has finally indicted three police officers and two paramedics our report tonight from nbc news correspondent gabe gutierrez similar unit. We're fighting tonight. Police officers and paramedics in aurora colorado are facing criminal charges after stopping. Twenty-three-year-old elisha mclean while. He walked home from a convenience store here today because allies is not here and he should police had gotten a call about a suspicious man wearing a mask introverts. They restrained him with corroded hull than paramedics injected him with a powerful senate. Kademi is now a thirty to count indictment two officers former officer and two paramedics each face account of manslaughter. In criminally-negligent homicide four of the five also face assault charges mcleans family described him as a kind introvert who played violin to comfort cats at an animal shelter. They say he often wore masks to keep warm because of a blood condition a loud and resounding statement that nobody is above the law right after his death august. Twenty one thousand nine prosecutors did not charge anyone protesters but the case drew renewed attention last year following the murder of george floyd. Some of mclean's last words. I'm just different became a rallying. Cry calling that response. A hysterical overreaction. Today the aurora police union said our officers did nothing wrong. Sadly mr mcclean do a combination of exertion due to his decision to violently resist arrest and a pre existing heart condition but mclean's father wept as he heard the news disneyland. Bit people will be held accountable with the and i know my saying be smiley. Legal experts. Say that while it's unusual for police officers to face charges in this type of case. It's extremely rare for paramedics to do so.
Metta Sandiford-Artest on His Journey After the Malice at the Palace
"Menace sanford r. Test joins us show to talk about Talk about a number of things. Talk about a number of things as as he As he tends to want to do. I thought it was a really conversation. We obviously got into the The documentary that just came out about the the mouse and the palace. He would actually like to reframe all of that and more in this conversation. I hope you guys enjoy so. I mean there's a lot of different places that feel like the star but one thing that you mentioned in. The documentary was at like pretty much from the off season on. Like you knew that there was something that was up like. When when were you starting to figure out like okay. There's there's something going on that needs to sort out do about like that in terms of like them mental health awareness and stuff like. I said we're just just a you like we didn't really have illiteracy for it at the time but just there was something going on with you or i look at it. You know grown up in our neighborhoods. A lot of people. You know in america especially from suburban america and different places in america. I'll even people that probably tried to oppress african americans. They look at it differently. Like for example. You know you've back in slave slave days. You know the the black africans. I came from africa Eight not american linked by own language. Ryan you fast forward to the nineteen twenty s nineteen hundred eighty nine hundred forties. And then you hear a lot of people say athletes dumb jobs or blacks can't read a imagine going to china trying to read a chinese book right in a lot of that. A lot of people make fun of a lot of blacks back in the days a because they didn't really have the education right and then you have to learn how to read the actual books to actually understand how to run a company to actually understand the processes right so then if not if you were in china trying to win a marketing company china try try try so then we had to actually learn the loons and then we actually learned the language air
Episode 61A Jess Lederman Hearts Set Free - 3 storylines
"This is a this is a book that explores how people come to Faith and deal with doubt or to put it another way how God relentlessly pursues us and does not rest until his last lost. And so my novel is heart set for a published in early, 2019 my first novel and it's a story that weaves together. Three plotlines, two of them are set in the first half of the nineteen hundreds and the 3rd and the present day and at first they they seem unrelated, but yep. They come together and some surprising and and Powerful
Bobbie Rosenfeld: The Olympian Who Could Do Everything
"Are not an ideal outfit for running now. They might sound unfamiliar to our ears today. But these puffed up pantaloons once grace the bottom halves and cavs of plenty of young women in the early nineteen. Hundreds there called pup tent bloomers because as pants. They're so big that they kinda look like those pup tents that soldiers would cover themselves in while sleeping underneath the stars even if you don't think they look like pup tents and i'll be the first to admit that they don't exactly in the nineteen ninety s. We would call these things hammer pants but they probably used about as much fabric as a pup tent did they were big bill louis and could balloon with air so not good athletic. Wear for someone trying to run fast. They'd catch the wind like a sail. Nevertheless there stood young. Bobbie rosenfeld at the starting line of a foot race that she hadn't even planned on running. She was being cheered on by oliver softball teammates wearing her wind. Grabby it's pup tent. Bloomers she was at a citywide picnic plate in a softball game but knowing how fast she was on the base paths. Her teammates convinced her to enter a one hundred meter dash. That just happened to be taking place nearby. She said yes without much thought and the next thing she knew the starting pistol was fired. Twelve point one seconds later bobby crossed the finish line before anyone else seemingly out of nowhere. A man came running up to her asking questions. Like where did you come from. Who are you. Have you run in competition before. And when he asked her if she knew who she had beaten. Bobby shrugged and said no. He told her that she had beaten canadian champion. Rosa gross. Bobby thought that was pretty cool. Then he asked. Do you know how faster time was bobby again. Said no he told her. It was twelve point. One seconds. The canadian record.
A History of Women and the Olympics
"So a lot of the story has to do with french. Feminist alice milia and her women's world games which took place from nineteen twenty two to nineteen thirty four and led the olympics leading women compete in events on a much wider scale. Yeah there's a lot of acronyms in this one so bear with us. The women's world games were yaas response to the international olympic committee's or the international association of athletics. Ias disdain and vera. I wave feminists gaining ground and a lot of women wanting to compete in certain events. Like the eight hundred batur track event events that did not recognize women or have been deemed unfit for women. Yes this eight hundred meter track of it. We're going to get into it. But it caused a lot of controversy when it came to women competing so at this time people and particularly in this context europeans or already talking about gender equality the term. Feminism is thought to have been coined in the eighteen eighties by a french activist by the name of coubertin claire around the same time. Baron pierre do cooper thanh who was also. French founded the modern iteration of the olympics. And the i o dagobert on outright opposed women's participation in sports and this bled over into what events he believed women could and should compete in when it came to the olympics. Day cooper ten allegedly said that the olympics were created for quote the solemn and periodic exaltation of male athleticism with quote female applause as reward. Wow he went on to say quote it is. Indecent spectators should be exposed to the risk of seeing the body of a woman being smashed before there is besides no matter how tough sportswoman may be. Her organism is not cut out to sustain certain shocks her nerves rule. Her muscles nature wanted it that way again day. Cooperstown reason that grow as no women participated in the ancient games. There obviously was to be no place for them in the modern ones. Which just as a brief aside isn't the whole truth sat really the point. But he's wrong. In general yes so the nineteen hundred games or the first allowed women to compete though not officially sanctioned twenty two out of nine hundred ninety seven of the competitors or women and they competed in tennis golf sailing. Equestrian and croquet only golf and tennis. Had all women
Ronald J. Pestritto on the Origins of American Progressivism
"I have on the line ronald history. To- professor of politics at hillsdale college. I'm glad to bring to your attention and important new book. America transformed the rise. Legacy of american progressivism. Do you want to understand. What the origins of america's left are this is a book to do. So professor post-rio welcome to the dennis prager show. Hi donna factor. Having long yes. Indeed people don't know and it's understandable. They think to the extent that they think they think that it started in the sixties that's incorrect. Is that right. Well that's right. The sixties are flexing of what team before earlier weights of the bruins on. But you know one of the reasons. I i wrote. The book is because people down in trying to become so troubled many of them by what they see and don't and don't know that there's a much longer history this that's right. When would you say it began. So i try to talk to the latter part of the nineteen hundreds and really dennis to the really big changes that happened in in american higher education that time and that's the progressive movement a lot of the ideas that we get in really changing country twentieth and twenty first century. Really were the result of of very different political principles that were important into the country in the second part of the nineteen hundreds after civil war and that starting to universities and then influence later on the part of the twentieth century to the major political movement of progressivism and near the the more famous national figures. That people may have heard of like dido roosevelt. Woodrow wilson
Los Angeles Hopes New Mask Mandate Will Reverse Virus Spike
"Residents of Los Angeles county are being required to wear masks indoors again regardless of their vaccination status Hilda so lease is chair of the Los Angeles County Board of supervisors she tells ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos in the last few days we're up to almost nineteen hundred cases and over four hundred and sixty individuals that are now in our I see you units this is very disturbing and of course as responsible lectin officials we have to do something silly sense I'm not pleased that we have to go back to using the mask in this matter but none the less it's going to save lives and right now that to me is what's most important other counties in California are urging people to wear masks indoors again but not requiring it I'm Ben Thomas
Scientist Joe Fontaine on How Climate Change Impacts West Australia's Biodiversity
"Hi this week. The fires in north america continued to blaze and temperatures in places went to heights. Hardly seen before. So what about here. Both in the east and west where we experienced similar heat and firestorms. Dr joe fontaine is an ecologist originally from oregon now at murdoch university in perth. Well here in the south west of australia we know that the climate's been drying since the mid seventies and we also know that temperatures been going up and one of the things about this region is that we know it's the early canary in the coal. Mine it has been undergoing these events and this process much more so than a lot of other parts of the planet in part because it's a mediterranean climate and so impacts of the climate change for example. We know that. Say the perth airport here. A one degree change in the average has more than doubled the number of days over forty degrees celsius since the early nineteen hundreds that's substantial and that has substantial impact on our biodiversity. Where'd you go to look to your search because vast area to cover isn't it it is it's a treat. I've been really lucky. So i came from overseas originally and then within two and a half days of lending in perth i was in a car and i was headed up to the mid west. So north of perth. This beautiful shrub lands beautiful beaches and really amazing plant diversity. And that's where. I started working and we were doing experimental fires and then in the year sense of migrated south closer to town and i work in woodland's around the city and also in the forests east of the city. Well south of here in purse. You've got a biodiversity hotspot global one. The most amazing variety of plants on have you looked into that area as well absolutely. We're surrounded by biodiversity hotspot. If you just go on the north side of perth in the woodland's here. A ten meter by ten major area can have one hundred species of plants. A hundred when i go home to california and visit my family i love it. I love the landscape. But i have to look around and go. Oh sorry plants. you're a little bit boring.
"The Murder Farm": The Story of 19th Century Serial Killer Belle Gunness
"Bell and mads lived a relatively quiet uneventful life in the suburbs. There were no more fires. No suspicious payouts. In fact there's hardly anything to note from this period of her life but then in eighteen ninety six one of the foster children under bells care died and then another in eighteen ninety eight officially the cause of death for both was colitis which is a chronic digestive disease. Not one batted. An eye at the diagnosis. Colitis was common enough at the time and no one dreamed of blaming bell. In fact she went on to adopt three more kids. Jenny myrtle and lucy without any problems but in more recent years there's some suspicion that bell might have had a hand in the children's deaths. We don't want to speculate too much here. Given that there's no real evidence to back anything up but for reasons that will become obvious later on many now suspect that the colitis was caused by strychnine poisoning. If that was in fact the case then that was the first time bell killed. It's hard to understand why she would want to kill her foster children. But we simply don't know what was going on in the household at that time. Whatever it was by nineteen hundred forty one year old bell was restless. There's nothing to tell us why but she wanted another fresh start. She reminisced about the last time she was able to start from square one. How easy it had been to set the fire. Get paid and start over. She wondered if she could set fire to their new house and get the same result but she had to admit the doing the exact same thing again might raise eyebrows so she tried to think of other ways to get similar results and then she hit on an idea. Maybe it wasn't a place. She had to get rid of but a person.
Who's Heard of the Scopes Monkey Trial?
"Steph across the threshold. To the little town of dayton tennessee population a hair under two thousand in the year. Nineteen hundred and twenty-five he's an old guy playing the banjo of the faithful as can be and the old. Five watt is the. This is the start of what came to be known as the monkey trial. It's one of the most famous trials in american history. The defendant john t scopes a high school teacher charged with the crime. Misdemeanor of teaching the theory of evolution. A lot of people think the arguments and this trial marked triumph of reason over superstition. Some of those people okay. I confess for a long time. I was one of them. Some of those people only really knew about this trial from a movie made about it in one thousand nine hundred sixty called inherit. The wind starts spencer. Tracy as the heroic lawyer for the defense fanaticism. Ignorance is forever visit and needs feeding. Soon your honor. We'll be watching back to the is that sixteenth century. When big it's burned be enlighten intelligence to the human mind
Perfection in Modern Motherhood
"Perfection. In motherhood learned from reading your book to my not surprise. Is that perfection. In motherhood is a very very old dictate take us back to where the history of mothering advice. Sort of well. I'll get us started as the historian in the group. So something that maggie. And i have talked about for a long time. Is that the expectations for motherhood have changed sort of bradley like today. You don't expect your children to know how to guide a plow agriculture society anymore but the expectation you will raise a certain kind of citizen is still in place and while that can sound like a good thing. The particulars of that have changed over time. They've gotten more and more intense and more more particular so now it's about what kind of education your child gets. How much screen time they have. What kinds of foods they eat or do not eat how they sleep where they sleep. There's all of these different questions whereas before the social project was more about getting people who could do the kinds of work that were valued in this society and to participate in certain ways. Certainly if you're a woman you weren't participating through voting for most of american history but the particulars have gotten much more intense over time. When you say maggie yes in. I were able to really dig into a lot of historical archives and kind of see where some of these messages began. And how they've either shifted or not shifted throughout history and just to have access to some of the messages that women were told in late. Eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds was particularly fascinating to me. Some of their struggles were very similar to mine in a lot of the questions that they had really resonated with
Finding the Last Ship Known to Have Brought Enslaved Africans to America
"Three years ago sunken ship was found. In the bottom of an alabama river turned out to be the long lost wreck. The clue tilda the last ship known to abroad. Captured africans to america in eighteen sixty. At least twelve million africans were shipped to the americas in the more than three hundred and fifty years the transatlantic slave trade but as we first reported in november the journey of the hundred ten captive men women and children brought to alabama on. The clotilde is one of the best documented slave voyages in history. The names of those enslaved africans and their story has been passed down through the generations by their descendants. Some of whom still live just a few miles from where the ship was found in a community called africa town for one hundred sixty years. This muddy stretch. The mobile river has covered up crime in july eighteen sixty. The clotilde was towed here on of darkness imprisoned in. Its cramped cargo. Hold one hundred and ten enslaved africans as it's amazing myself ban on his show to the ways and award is just not knowing where you were going joycelyn davis lorna gale woods and thomas griffin are direct descendants of this african man. Lua enslaved in alabama. His owner changed his name to charlie lewis. This image is from around nineteen hundred poli allen. Who's african name was ca- poli seen in this hundred year. Old sketch was the ancestor of jeremy. Ellis and darren patterson no close eating where they differentiated only allowed avocado whole for one day a week for two months. How many people do do we know. Now that could've survived something like that without losing their mind there or no photographs of pat. Frazier's great-great-grandmother laudi denison but capriccio wallis in her mother. Cassandra have a surprising number of pictures of their ancestor zula. Whose owner called him cut. Joe louis
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"We're not talking about california. We're talking about. I wanted to nevada arizona or a bunch of states So one one of them doing it alone it could. It could help. It's not gonna hurt but we need everybody onboard together with a know to bring together some commonality of causing purpose on this has anybody from that region of america. Because i think that's the one that i got that in my mind that that's the one we really should be all looking at right now. 'cause drought i mean the human can't live without water and so A drought to the western third of the country would be devastating to america. The devastating to the world has anybody from that part of the country reached out to you or anybody in your organization as we need to kind of get ahead of this. It's it's funny. I have a relationship with The water center of the gulf which is an organization that was was founded as a result of of the state taking on fifty billion dollar fifty year project to restore the coastline which is our barrier right. So we're dealing with flooding. So what the water Institute date is. They reached out to new mexico a texas new mexico arizona california and said what the you know the southern part of those states interstate. Ten crosses through all of them right. What if we all came together and try to feet buying common solutions to these different problems and and you got its route so you. You said you were intimidated about this. And you're talking about the berry thing that's most people over. And that's the root cause. Where's the root cause of the wildfires. It's the drought right. So how do you. What's let's do everything we can to become more fire resilient but let's also look at the root cause of this and that is a severe shortage of water severe shortage of rainfall. Let's look at new innovations and new technologies. that might be able to address this whether it's transferring water through large water pipelines. I mean we transfer gasoline and oil all over the all over the northern hemisphere with pipelines. Why can't we transport water with pipelines. But matt let me tell you something. I worked in california for four years. Working and i was working in the imperial valley. Which is the south central part of california desert right. It was era gated desert from the colorado river they dug canals in the early nineteen hundreds so the farmers did very well because they had a year round growing season right so be the second year. I was in california. This was in two thousand five. I think they they struck a deal. With with san diego and san diego paid one hundred million dollars or ten years worth of water supply from the imperial desert and the farmers let their crops. Go fallow because they were making more money selling the water than they would selling the crops. So this is the this is the these are the issues. We're we're we're having to deal with. And i said fifteen years ago. That water was the new oil and everyone looked at me and said what are you talking about water everywhere. Nah that drought is definitely something. I'm concerned because i slow. I've seen what happened in africa. And and you know. Of course. We're not a third world country yet but you look at the effect. That drought has on the whole region. Continence and and when you see it happening in the western half of the united states is you have to be a little concerned about it. And i'm surprised we're not hearing more about it on the news or as part of the daily dialogue on what to do but again he is and i know i mentioned this earlier and maybe a little bit of a broken record but the frustration comes in it you talk about from the colorado river and building..
Yanks Turn Triple Play, Edge White Sox 2-1 Behind Torres
"Gleyber Torres hit a solo Homer and provided a walk off single in the ninth to give the Yankees a two one win over the white Sox the game winning hit came moments after New York pulled off a five four three triple play that type of play are we coming to their tool to the home to heed and and I know all day until this evening is is was however for for for so I mean he's he's amazing masing masing game tonight white Sox lefty Carlos for a Donna counterpart Jordan Montgomery combined for twenty four strikeouts stats says it was the first game since nineteen hundred in which both starters had at least ten punch outs while permitting no walks or runs I'm Dave Ferrie
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Five let the private sector doing. If that's the case. Why do we need a government. Subsidized train system. We have in this country. Something called airplanes. And the idea that someone is going to get on a train and go from atlanta georgia to los angeles california a trip that takes more than twenty four hours and cost more than economy class delta ticket from atlanta to los angeles and for all the fly delta anymore because what delta did about voting while. You're gonna fly all. The government subsidizes amtrak train. Really that at a minimum will take twenty. Whereas i had to do a train ride one time should have done it twice. I've gone from washington to atlanta and atlanta washington now the washington to atlanta trip. I had to do it because there was a terrible storm. In washington it was a spring storm and everything was shut down. And i could have taken my flight got cancelled by delta flight got cancelled and i could've taken a jet blue flight that would leave washington at eleven pm. And make it to boston and then connect from boston and land in atlanta at like five o'clock in the morning or any track and Take the train. i'd never take the train before and get into atlanta sometime around eight. Am i took the train. I should have taken the jet blue. It was miserable. The business class seat all the amtrak. It was it was a miserable spirits. I stayed the dining coral stole the night met some people who were listening to my radio. Show great guys amanda son. They decided to take a train around america. Good all the baseball parks. What an awesome experience. they had He's become a friend. But i was miserable when i finally would absolutely miserable. Now i got off the trade right by my office. Walked to my office and slept in my office. Until i was awake enough to be able to drive back to make it by the way i had to go to the airport and get my car go home. And then one time. I decided to take track from atlanta to washington just to see just to see. I got a first class sleeper car. Had my own room had my own bed. Have my own shower. Had my own toilet was miserable. It was miserable. You stopped everywhere. You nearly rolled out of bed. The train was delayed. I got in late is like eight pm to eight. Am i could have literally got in my car and driven faster or gotten on delta. Paid the exact same price at gotten there in an hour. I don't understand people's fascination with trains yes For subway systems. Okay fine yeah. I love the new york. Subway system the marta system in atlanta where i live it's garbage system. It goes north and south and it goes east and west and it doesn't go anywhere anyone wants but some cities have good. Transit systems may be invested. That if you're going to in but the idea of cross country rail travel In the eighteen hundreds of the early nineteen hundreds was worthwhile. But now it's old people on sightseeing tours and people who have no clue or they're scared of flying just get on delta. They're ready to go when you are if you can't fly delta fly southwest otherwise they're all of these companies in america called airline companies and they tend to go all over the place and they'll get you there faster than the stupid train will. I don't understand why we wanna pour billions literally billions of dollars it to building rail infrastructure across this country. Everyone in washington. Dc somehow thinks we are europe. We are the fourth largest country on the planet. We are the third most populous country on the planet. Europe cannot compare..
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Pants climbing. Although i want some climbing pants now climbing plants of the lilly family and the genus name is. This is kind of a cool one. Smell axe or smile lax. I don't know how to pronounce that word. But that is cool s. m. i l. a. x. a cat briere is a also. What is this word. Dia wishes d. e. c. o. You ask it is a climbing plant. So maybe it's like a vine of some kind. Maybe i'll post a picture on social media. Yeah i'm guessing you're maybe not a plant guy either. Apparently i like nothing me neither. I mean i'm guessing dioceses some kind of thing like deciduous trees Maybe it dies during the winter. Something yes something like that i. I can't really figure out. Although the only thing i can figure out the prefixed di di i think means to so you know like morning and night. Maybe maybe like maybe the. Maybe there's flowers. The flowers go to sleep at night. I don't know something like that but Yeah i have no idea what that means maybe a blooms or yeah something Or maybe they just misspelled delicious. Very delicious a prickly. We'll the word. Yeah the word prickly and there so maybe well no. That's i was thinking pickles. No yeah well. When we get to the ds we can learn all about dialysis or something Well the next word is much easier for my brain to comprehend it. Is cat burglar. Two words now from nineteen o seven a burglar who is adept at entering and leaving the burglarize place without attracting notice And i guess in the early nineteen hundreds. They thought that. Oh if you could leave and enter and leave without anybody noticing your quiet like a cat. So i i'm guessing that's where the name came from. Oh totally that's gotta be that I mean those cats are sneaky. You know yeah. I can't tell you how many times i'll just turn around and there will be like a cat at my feet..
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on That’s Strange
"I'm definitely interested. In it and amusement parks i abandoned locations in general are just super creepy to me Chad put it very well like nature kind of taking back over. Like i find those images very they just stick in my brain for some reason so this one was very interesting as a very early example of something that has become a major trope in horror movies to this day Which is the whole native american burial ground call people disrespecting the land and then you know haunting is occurring after that and a whole bunch of bad luck and we didn't even really talk about it but i think we made it pretty clear. There's a lot of things urban legends and things that this park had bad luck from the beginning because of the burial ground. So you know all of that is super interesting to me and the whole idea that it even still exists like something that was built in the twenties somehow is still standing albeit rusted and falling apart i find it very interesting and and i think that you know for any location if there's going to be a presence. Paranormal of any kind. These kinds of locations are the ones that i feel like are the most likely to have it. These are like a couple steps away from like insane asylums that were like in the early nineteen hundreds. I think those are like beyond the worst. But i just find it so fascinating and you know whether or not it's haunted. It is certainly unsettling and at least the story behind. It is very very very interesting to kind of look into in dive into and then it leads you down the rabbit hole that we went down in this episode. That was not really planned. But we did it anyway. And i don't know. I just find it incredibly interesting. I think that's that's my biggest thing about it. I just really like to look at stuff like this. sure alex. so here's what. I think.
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"Livable for future generations. I carry my life experiences with me. Everywhere i go. It's those experiences that give me hope for the future. If an indigenous woman from hong humble beginnings can be confirmed as secretary of the interior our country holds promise for everyone. finally. I want to give special. Thanks to you chairman mansion for calling this hearing today and for sharing with me the issues and needs of the people that you represent in west. Virginia if confirmed. I will listen to all of the people represented by members of this committee and I'm grateful for your time today. And i'm ready to serve. And thank you senator heinrich for kind introduction and i look forward to your questions so there you go congresswoman deb. Helen president biden nominated deb holland as his pick for secretary which would make her the country's first indigenous person to hold a cabinet secretary position and only the second indigenous person to hold an administration cabinet position overall. Most people do not know that a native american once was vice president of the united states. unfortunately american public schools failed to educate its citizens of this fact. His name was charles. Curtis what is known about. Hurt us is that he was born in eighteen. Sixty two a white father and konso or cau- indigenous mother. His mother died when he was three and he was left in the care of his concert. Grandmother according to the official website or the combination of oklahoma the nation during this is a quote the nation derived its name from the co on aca or south wind a reference to the tribes role in sarah in war ceremonies using power of the wind. When recognizing warriors among the many variations of the name given by french traders and other europeans were conza or kanza. It's important to keep in mind that. When europeans heard indigenous languages spoken in north america they attempted to translate those names into english and other languages phonetically the condemnation the original people of the mid western territory where they originally lived was renamed by europeans. Later to be called. You guessed it. Kansas curtis later became a successful lawyer and was elected to the. Us house of representatives. He was then elected to the senate serving as majority leader. Curtis was a republican and is documented as being an advocate for women's rights. He has proposed or excuse me he had. He proposed the very first version of the equal rights amendment so if an indigenous republican can introduce positive legislation in the early nineteen hundreds. What the hell's wrong with these modern day. Republicans tea party because their behavior towards indigenous who is the current nominee to lead the department of the interior was anything but positive in this segment. We will look at statements made by some republican members of the senate committee on energy and natural resources and we will also deconstruct the lies that they perpetuated during their testimonies a congresswoman halland it was pretty shameful but sadly also expected before you continue broad. Let me let me interject something. Good thank you.
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?
"The maternal you can kinda like see like the maternal infant mortality the maternal and infant mortality rate was just like any just like the smallest thing is down so as a result of this the concept of providing throughout the whole pregnancy began to grow and gain respectability like. It wasn't just. You're helping her sister have her baby and like trying to help her like yeah. I know it wasn't so much like building the parachute as you fall. It was like let's plan a little manly. Need to be seeing someone like. Let's keep an eye on your slowing of your ankles trying to catch things early on And so we should take okay to just like enjoy this warm fuzzy feeling though we have is getting bad but like here we go. It's just like you have women supporting women. Helping ma'am you're making all these you know love it. I love women's supporting women. I know this was scrape all right. So we're going to move on to Special different article now. This is This is a quote. I'm gonna read from An article called transforming pregnancy since introduction to transforming pregnancy since nineteen hundred was written by salim. Al galina and angela davis so in the early nineteen hundreds. There was widespread anxieties about national efficiency underpinned..
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"Adjust your volume. Take a nice deep breath in let it out slowly and off waco tonight where relaxing with a journey back to new york city and the early nineteen hundreds with selections from the color of a great city by the adore dry sir with illustrations by cb falls first published in nineteen twenty three by bony and liberate new york. Let's begin forward. My only excuse for offering these very brief pictures of the city of new york as it was between nineteen hundred and nineteen fourteen or fifteen or they're about is that they are of the very substance of the city. I knew in my early adventuring in it. Also and more particularly they represent in at least certain faces which at that time arrested and appeal to me and which now are fast vanishing or are no more i refer more particularly to such studies as the brent nine the pushcart man the toiler so the tenements christmas in the tenements whence song and the love affairs of little italy for to begin with the city as i see it was more varied and arresting and after its fashion poetic and even idealistic then than it is now. It offered if i may venture the opinion greater social and financial contracts than it does now the splendor of the purely social fifth avenue of the last decade of the last century and the first decade of this for instance as opposed to the purely commercial area that now bears that name. The spark linley personality dotted wall street of eighteen ninety to nineteen ten s contrasted with the commonplace and almost bread and butter world that it is today the astounding areas of poverty and of beggary. Even i refer to the east side and the bowery of that period unrelieved as they were by civic betterment and social service ventures of all kinds as contrasted with schooled. And i e side of today who recalls. Steve brody's mcgurk.
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast
"And say i all histories So so the importance of of black history A lot of times people will try to pigeonhole us into us. I mean western society even over black people still in western society right. So they're trying to pitch. And they they all the the great thinkers the nicchi's dostoevsky's the the how you know what other english philosophers that are out there and stuff. What does that do to a black person's psyche when you're constantly being told that this is art this is. This is a good philosophy. This is you know that type of thing and we don't see ourselves in that what what does that. Do to our psychology. There's a lot that it does I think in. i'm only going to of regurgitate. what earlier philosophers and thinkers around this black scholars around. This have been stand for a while that we have to define our history our understanding of history we have to define our understanding of seeing the world. Psychologically do the lands of a european writer of european Projector the we look at ourselves as some type of abstract to our place in humanity and it's elian nation to who we understand ourselves is we're always looking at ourselves adjacent to what we think is normal we never consider wrestles has been normal so looking to freud and we're looking at jong when looking at all these early philosophers and how they established the world from the lens of their philosophical ideas. Black folks is always trying to fit themselves within that world and so it creates kind of like this alien nation or desalination kind of innocent this alienated experience to how we define ourselves in connection to humanity and so this is where earlier educators earlier scholars who was radical at the time attempted to challenge in the late nineteenth century in late. Twenty nineteenth century and early twentieth century was challenging these philosophers and historians and these early behaviors that became later psychologists and they were saying. There's a way that we can look at the need row in history and we calibrate the center of how the negro look at themselves in in terms of their contribution to humanity and so that that was at the time of. We're talking about very radin in early. One thousand nine hundred thousand nine hundred twenty s very radical push. Even though the data was there there was a lot of archival manuscript in books written by european scholars who track in facts so much of the african and african american life and their what they've done in different people who've contributed certain things it was never compiled as such a way where we revision our history from that position. And so this is where you're starting to see. Many scholars woodard in woodson and boys and and Role trotter gibson. All and i'm sending last names. Because there's so many on coober added at angie cooper all ladies of black scholars in early nineteen hundreds early twentieth century. Who started to redesign the literature of black thinking through studying the history of where we've contributed to civilization. They started to look at british..
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on Trapping Today
"Even if you don't have immediate plans to buy any tan. I maybe just wanna browse and see some pictures and check out what those look like some examples of our northern maine for and i've got what else we got We've still got the lure and we've got a few other items there. So yeah that's all that's all they will the next book that's coming out is going to be the manly hardy fall for hunting maine and that's Going to be a little over one hundred pages so it's a pretty short read. It's fascinating stuff if you haven't seen it before i think you're gonna be Kind of blown away by some of the methods and some of the things. Those guys did back in the eighteen. Hundreds it's the story an eighteen fifty nine trapping trip to Remote area of northern maine to young guys and They spent two months out there. Trapping for martin and fisher in beaver otter mink and am bear and they caught quite a lot further. They actually caught almost all their martin in dead fall traps that they built out there in the woods. Really cool stuff and they built a cabin. Just yeah it's awesome. So i'm i've got that a sample from the printer coming soon just to make sure everything's formatted rate and it looks good but i'm gonna make that available and that's not going to be very expensive but it's fairly short and it didn't take me a whole heck of a lot of time relative to some of the other books so i don't mind i'm going to sell that. Pretty pre reasonably can get their hands on again. It's it's it was written in the early nineteen hundreds in so it's in public domain. Anybody can you can pull it up online and read a pdf copy of it if you want. But there's going to be much nicer to have a physical copy in your hands to to read and much easier format to look. Look at so the other book that i wanna mention his book. We're going to talk about tonight. indirectly by written by kirk. Dekalb that's d. e. k. lb trapper from georgia. it's called an outdoorsman's greatest discovery for the twenty first century. The real reasons animals are detecting your sets and devices. I'd never really considered this It's something that just of all the things that we think about you know why. Why did this animal avoid might set. Why did it dig up. My what this fox coyote dig up my foothold trap. Well either it was. They smelled something there. Or an auto cases i think At least in my experience trap wasn't vetted properly in stepped in on edge. Chapman felt that move. And so it dug that up But there are a lot of situations that we just can't seem to be able to explain why they avoid that.
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on Rewilding Earth
"The technical land of everything worked fine. It's always gonna be the the political questions that are out there and how those influence it and saw those are ones that Out are going to be brought up by the opponents or some people may not. Maybe opponent isn't the correct word to people who are concerned about the possible. Negative impact of those are all legitimate concerns that should be addressed and they and they will be addressed to process so those are all going to influence how things happen. But as far as really the technical end of things as far as getting wolves out on the ground and Making sure that you have enough wolves to start population. There's there are no issues there whatsoever. I just checked amazon dot com and they are fresh out of wolves. Where do you get. Wolves say i needed to reintroduce wolves to the southwest part of colorado rockies anywhere. I mean how do you go about picking up some wolves. Well we don't know what's ep w is gonna do for sure but we can look at what happened in yellowstone and central idaho in those wolves came from canada and of course rules in canada at that time were hunted and trapped in so in a certain sense. They were surplus. And we're going to be killed anyway one way or another. So that's where those came from. We have a similar situation for us. And the wolves are in montana idaho and wyoming now he certain parts of those those states so there wolves there that are being hunted or being. I'm not sure what the trapping situation is. Frankly on those. But they are being hunted in the states and can't be killed in a state so the logical place to go is to place. It has a lot of wolves. Like central idaho or somewhere in the western part of montana where we can capture a group evolves now which can be done. -arily the helicopter can findable pack and you can capture the majority of a wolfpack so that you have a social unit that you then bring colorado and releases of social media. So that's the way it would work. The states worked together regularly one trapping and finding different kinds of animals bighorn sheep and been moved all over the west From one state to another moose has been moved around elk colorado basically wiped out. It's al-kurd back in the early nineteen hundreds and We transplanted elk from the allston area. So we know how to do that kind of stuff in new. It's easy enough to move those animals. Around as i say the wools some of those states are going to be happy to give us wolster put into carraro. What's the size of of this kind of place where wolves would be comfortable that they've got enough room to roam that the teenagers have room to go out and start their own..
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Kfi and as a weather related flows continue to cripple texas seven million. Texans are under a boil water advisory meanwhile in jackson mississippi they have no water whatsoever. Okay i get it. They haven't seen the likes of this type of storm. I believe since the early nineteen hundreds. But i mean. Just listen to punch tiny fell or your meteorologist. Or how about even the farmer's almanac look at the weather forecast because there's plenty of blame to go around for the energy shortages in texas just ask fled crews. Love it ted cruz. Of course his wife complaining. Oh it's so cold. Let's just beat feet outta town. You've seen the story no doubt what was ted cruz or was he thinking as in the family. Well just a loaded up the truck and Went to the airport and fluke are so commercial indeed of flute cancun. Did he think that that would escape. People's notice as so many of his constituents in texas are in desperate dire straits this as well. Old man winner has a texas in its crosshairs once again but i love that fled cruise. Well he fled on back his tail beneath his legs obviously between his legs. Because well if you read the houston chronicle morning. They don't mince words of whatsoever but again. What do these politicians think that. Somehow they're in this magical bubble await. Yeah yeah i know i understand. That's a rhetorical question right and that i don't know it's for me. But nee for the absolutely not a good look ted cruz. And he did not escape. People's notice but meanwhile good news as nasa did pull off that daring mars landing of the perseverance rover but compare and contrast as i said in the open this morning planning people. It's all about a little bit of planning because now well. Kate mcintyre yesterday the colorado health leaders and members of the vaccine taskforce provided an update on a covid nineteen related items just yesterday according to janet or vets out of nine news. You had kate mcintyre who is a deputy director of the state vaccine taskforce saying more than one hundred and thirty thousand doses.
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?
"They discovered it. But you're talking i'm like is anybody having any vitamins like are they all just having scurvy and rick and all this stuff vitamin deficiency assing forgetting those things milk. Yes because there's unhatched right but no they were not getting probably like vitamin a. o. Easy like all those other you know besides cnd. Yeah wow okay. So what is this. The early nineteen hundreds the early discovered vitamins. Good for you could bring your eighteen people and then at that point for veggies we're finally seeing nutritional important value. I mean to be honest if you told me that there was nothing good about broccoli. I would not be eating broccoli. I know what. I'm trying to discuss. Cameron about like why. We you eat foods like i try and the values we would rather eating like these are good foods are bad foods. I try to be like okay. You need these things fats and proteins in them in these things because the carbohydrates was looking broccoli because there's vitamins in there and the vitamins do things that are important to your body. I know that you need that but still tvd on rice. I know so then ramming into the industrialization of food this is like just everything becomes industrialized in like the mid eighteen. Hundreds of that and so mass production of food is gonna see the beginning of food becoming available widely to people in a way that they didn't have access to not just children but like anybody could start to get food that they didn't have access before in the united states. Baby food was first prepared by harold. Clapp who started class baby food in the nineteen twenties. This is the first actual like babysit The story is his wife fell ill and couldn't care for their baby clap. Developed a soup made from beef broth vegetables in cereal and then once he saw how well his baby did on that he began making big batches. Hanging around town eventually started selling it to other parents. Yeah and ended up in drugstores. So yeah.
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Walk them to getting to the truth in art. I am your host rodley in two days. Guests is the executive chef and owner of the urban oyster chef. Jasmine norton welcome to the podcast. Appreciate it. I tried to get as much energy in intros possible border so the courtiers light so You know the. I guess the defacto star question to ask people describe your word. Let's get it. Let's talk about talk about you. Let's about things. Yeah definitely So my my real ab- always lead to cook. But the reason i went in the direction of serious wins because of a lack of desire in you know in culture for that particular zine You know. I found it interesting. That when i want to go out you know for happy hour things like that you know. My friends would always wanted to go to you. Know you every you know For for wings happily all that sort of thing in learning with the real reason for why didn't might voices because they didn't like the texture or they don't like the look of it and things that A you know for me it kind of presented this challenge or you know her suit of exposing my friends in others. You know because it really just comes down to is set in the you know the lack of effort If you think about life in general That's really you know the like the the core of why we are free to of you know what i mean are known that fear of the unfamiliar all things in so i just chose to with food in a male white male dominated industry So you know checking off. All that groundbreaking distinction is kind of being the first in that respect of bar being a black woman and yet that's there like in you're right. I think accessibility is is key people when they travel when when they try different things they have a more worldly and broader outlook. And i think sometimes I think times in baltimore we get very we get very stuck in. What's happening in baltimore. Even sometimes i go. West could be that simple. Yes i think doing that through through food through entertainment through things that people like you know. That's a good entry point so baltimore has a reputation of being a crab city. How's that worked out for you. In kind of getting over urban always says i know we all have the The the crappy. Cova thing that we're dealing with so some changes are changes but in florida's the inception of the idea of urban always. How did that come about and being in this city like we are crab city as much as i think any of the place. You don't hear seafood as much as crabs. Crabs baltimore grabs right right. Yeah you know. Baltimore is crave city. Yes but maryland is in general seafood. State i think they're the reason that i just overshadow an existing market for acer's years. Because you know what i mean like. They're you know in the early nineteen hundreds there. Are you know there have been along the chesapeake who dredged choices and all of that sort of stuff you know. We do have actually substantial amount of voices in baltimore races. A lot of people don't know that to baltimore. Museum of industry was actually waster candy company. I you hear the history. I say this and then you go into the premises right now. We go towards the water. They still have. We still shows mixed in with the rocks on the grounds so it used to call plant can cater..
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on The Face Radio
"The word funk or funky came to be defined somewhere in the late seventeen hundreds meaning musty and it was surely defined in the late eighteen hundreds in the funk and wagle's first dictionary something of the same now in the early nineteen hundreds jazz came to be and playing gave the word funk as meaning. Deeply or strongly felt. Now don sugarcane harris detract called funk in wagner which defined funk in a different way. let's have a listen here.
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on Pod 4 Good
"Dreams is always been vital to get it right leaving actually tried to reach out some of those individuals to say like. Hey like we were here. We wants to support what you're doing to highlight our work. But it hasn't been the case. We're not really worried about it. We're grateful for what they're doing Very very adamant about making sure that we're telling the story on on our terms and we even did a lot of research prior to recording malaga artists. That we selected. Were like hey like. I'm grateful for the opportunity but i don't know anything about like wall street. And the ability for us to connect with folks with oklahoma historical society and provide information to artists about two stanley by wall street but oklahoma history like pre statehood greenwood blossoming in the early nineteen hundreds to every renewal.
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on Suburban Folk
"A hundred and thirty five years ago started out in making ice an ice cream and in nineteen sixteen they bought a company that Basically an ice cream company and buying that come at that time what they were doing is they. Were making sodas orange. Whatever you know. They bought this ice cream company and they found in the safe a contract. That company had signed with coca cola to be distributors in that area but had never done anything about it so they will try aunt so they started. They bought some syrup. They started bodily coca cola and in iowa. That time coca cola wasn't well known you know that was nineteen sixteen and coca cola was pretty much interest southern thing in the early nineteen hundreds so they had to work to convince people to try it. They'd send out a case of Mixed sodas in oranges lemons and so forth they'd slip in a couple cokes in there to get people to try it in the wintertime. Of course it gets cold in atlantic iowa. They go to the grocery stores and they get the trees. Boxers of the trees came in. Put him out on the windowsill. Pack full of snow and put some coca cola bottles in there so the coke would be cooled and people could buy cold coca cola. Virtually took off and the company grew the acquired other territories. And they are. They're huge right now. And they're and they're one and it still tyler. Sam louis jim tyler. Who is Was a little boy when it all started is still the in charger. Of course his son is running gyms in his nineties now and gave me a tour of the plant and Just an amazing man. He has he said. You wanna see my toy. I said sure and we go to this big garage within the plant and there's a huge. Rv that motorhome it and he gets in and drives to to alabama football games and all kinds of things. He's just an amazing person. I had a chance to the coca cola collectors convention and and the whole thing was just a wonderful experience they they normally hold it in the fall last year. Twenty twenty because of you know what they had to cancel it but look for next year..
"early nineteen hundreds" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"The need animal i remember. My dad told me about branch of the joke was was like oh jeez everything was an animal but she was right because when the toxins build up especially in the loans and you start to go out of fluid in the lungs when you're young is by. It's the lungs are a backup large intestines. So if there's some waste products they're sitting there in the kids constipated it has nowhere else to go and so it alone stripped of concert to get it out right so one of the fastest things to turn that around is just especially in the early stages started trouble breathing and stuff like that or starting to get you. Know the the raspy call for the fluid or something like that. Do anima clean the large intestine out in time. It goes away Then we go to number three. I flip flop. This which is the still within inside the food type of thing which is You need to take supplements. We need to take supplements. Why again if. I was telling a person after knowing about raising chickens and raising animals which is yes. Let's give them the. Hey yes give them the stuff but the stuff that they grew in on even the hey like a really good. Hey it's grown here in michigan and these are parts of land that his the minerals have been mineral off have been siphoned off of it and the best farmers had not been diligent at putting the right stuff back in it. And so that's why our government then turned in what's called the vacation of foods. Which is the reason why is because you know. The bread basket was over. Farmed and we have these cereals and breads and stuff like that and people were getting a lot of nutrition and rickets and all kinds of other stuff and so And it wasn't you know you cannot mandate a farmer do that and so what happened is early on literally back in the early nineteen hundreds..