20 Episode results for "Forty Million Dollars"

Welcome To The Sales Energizer!

The Sales Energizer

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Welcome To The Sales Energizer!

"Sales energy what's to sales energizer. What what is it to get the daily dose of the DJ linked to I? I left the customer the other day. Good guy big company. They did a hundred forty million dollars last year. Great guy fired his whole staff so he called me in for consulting by the time I left them. He said man. I love your energy. Will you be my sales manager? I wouldn't go in there to get a Job. But that's what you're going to get here on the podcast you can get real life. Adventure realized stories from people out there rock and roll in the world of sales the scripts that you need the words if you have to say the energy that you have to bring and exactly what the customer of today is buying this and don't worry how to sell baby boy about why people buy and it's fun. People Forget. Sales has got to be fun. This podcast has got to be bunk. Because we're talking about real people and what they do and how listen. Nobody acts of scientific reasoning of what they're doing. They act purely on a motion and the problem is all the sales training today tells you all the processes you have to forget the fact that people generally deal with people human beings unless you're doing with lawyers dealing mainly with human being at what you're GonNa get here today on this podcast on it every podcast following is your daily dose of reality. Your daily dose of the daily dose of remember that you're in the best business in the world you're in the only business that you can every single day not only change your life but changed the life of your family your friends and everyone you come into contact with the human relations that transfer of energy between you and another human being is the only thing that makes you human. Not How much money you make. Which will be a lot. Not How many friends you have which will be locked not anything else but your relationships with other people and how to get them to act in a way that benefits everybody. Gosh it's magic. I can't believe you haven't been happy subscribed yet. What's wrong with you people? Geez it's like it's your first time here on the podcast. You press the button and you and you subscribe listen. This'll be the best part of your de subscribed to the channel. Welcome to the beach. Cast welcome to the cells. And we'll see you soon.

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UK Approves Pfizer/BioNTech Covid Vaccine

Africa Business News

01:04 min | 7 months ago

UK Approves Pfizer/BioNTech Covid Vaccine

"Y'all listening to the news at this hour on africa business radio. The uk has become the first country in the world to approve the pfizer. By and tech current ivars vaccine for awhile spread us british regulator the m. h. r. a. says the jab which offers up to ninety five percent protection against covid. Nineteen illness is safe for rollout. The uk has already earned. Forty million dollars is enough to vaccinate. Twenty million people with two shots each. It is the fastest. Ed vaccine to go from concept to reality taken only ten months to follow the same developmental steps that nominee span a decade experts says although vaccination can start people still need to remain vigilant and follow coronavirus rules to stop the sprint. And that was the news this time on. Africa business radio. You can't continue to listen. Live online at stopping u. w. w. dot africa business radio dot com or via our mobile app. I m ratio chih-jen. Thank you for listening.

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Captain Tom, Now Sir Tom

The Good News Podcast

02:37 min | 1 year ago

Captain Tom, Now Sir Tom

"Hi I'm calling your host for the good news podcast and I'm Neil the other host? The good news podcast is your source for good news. Fun, Stories Auditory Delight and Sonic Joy. We're bringing you all of this goodness from beautiful downtown Chicago. If, you're listening to this episode on the day at airs, than it is a very exciting day for captain, Tom More over in England as a reminder, Captain Tom more rose to stardom back in April, as he made a hundred laps around his garden to raise money for healthcare workers in England, he ended up raising about forty million dollars for healthcare workers, which just shows you? How excited and happy people were with what he was doing? All those laps were leading up to captain Thomas Moore's hundred th birthday, so congratulations to a new centenarian who will be very shortly meeting with a known generic man, the Queen of England herself Queen Elizabeth. Queen, Elizabeth will be and. Captain Tom Making him. Sir Tom most other night have been pushed off, but this one has been given special importance, and will be happening in private at Buckingham Palace with Captain Tom and his family. If you want to brighten your day, take a look at the video of him. Those laps and you'll see why. People were so excited to support him. Congratulations Sir Tom from the good news podcast you earned. Thanks for listening. Do you have good news incredible or maybe WanNa? Tell us a joker idea. Excellent. Email us at hello at the good news podcast DOT FM. Or leave us a voicemail at seven, seven, three, two, one, seven, zero, one, five six. You can also tweet us at the good news. Pot and follow us on Instagram to, and if you love the good news, podcasts think about supporting us on our. Page must've our music is by Paddington bear.

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Netflix & the Rise of Comedy Specials

Motley Fool Money

03:03 min | 9 months ago

Netflix & the Rise of Comedy Specials

"With. The money extra I'm Chris Hill. So? What have you been binge watching lately? There's a lot to choose from out there with so many documentaries, award winning dramas and action movie franchises. And then there's stand up comedy Netflix in particular has so many stand up comedy offerings. Some have wondered if it will lead to a repeat of the industry imploding like it did in the early one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety S. Jason Cinnamon is the comedy critic for the. New York Times and when we spoke a couple years ago he shared why he is not concerned about the business of stand up comedy there was a time when getting an HBO special was. The Pinnacle. And now it's the Netflix special and you know. You could criticize flex by putting out so much in almost once a week in. Comedy Central and see some HBO still putting them out that they do seem like less of an event than than what we had an HBO. Where if you just getting HBO just just just the Hbo Stamp Approval meant something. Which raises this question that are we in a situation like the first comedy boom in the late eighties early nineties were this glut is about to? Route. We're headed towards a comedy bust. There's too much comedy. And I actually don't. Thanks. There's a difference between these two booms and the main one is it's the difference between real estate and the Internet you know the the reason that the first comedy boom bust was that people built. You know there was a a chuckle. Ford every town there was all these comedy clubs never in the war. Wasn't enough good talent to support all these places on soap. Opera. Bad comedy. And The people stop people served to now the the but the pool of people who are willing to go to a comedy club in having the two drink minimum sees comedy is lot smaller than the audience that is GonNa Watch. Streaming STANDUP, special You know this like these Dave Chapelle? Special. You got got forty million dollars. Whatever four is a huge hit. It gets a huge amount of media attention. I can tell from in just covering comedy the appetite for on a time when movie stars seem to the glow of movie stars to be Deming I would say the glow of standup still seem to be pretty bright. If you want to read more about the topic of Comedy Checkout Jason Sentiments Great Book about David Letterman entitled Letterman. The last giant of late night. I'm Chris Hill thanks for listening. We'll see next time.

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UK Approves Pfizer/BioNTech Covid Vaccine

Newscast - Africa

01:04 min | 7 months ago

UK Approves Pfizer/BioNTech Covid Vaccine

"Y'all listening to the news at this hour on africa. Business radio the uk has become the first country in the world to approve the pfizer and tech coronavirus vaccine for awhile spread us british regulator the m. h. r. a. says the jab which offers up to ninety five percent protection against covid nineteen. Illness is safe for rollout. The uk has already earned. Forty million dollars is enough to vaccinate. Twenty million people with two shots each. It is the fastest. Ed vaccine to go from concept to reality taken only ten months to follow the same developmental steps that nominee span a decade experts says although vaccination can start people still need to remain vigilant and follow coronavirus rules to stop the sprint. And that was the news this time on. Africa business radio. You can't continue to listen. Live online at stopping u. w. w. dot africa business radio dot com or via our mobile app. I m ratio chih-jen. Thank you for listening.

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Anxiety: You Are Not Alone

Jamesone Podcast

03:42 min | 2 years ago

Anxiety: You Are Not Alone

"Welcome to the podcast daily message of perseverance to it. I, I'm your host Ricky. According to the anxiety and depression association of America, anxiety disorders are the most common missile in the United States affecting forty million dollars or eighteen point one percent of the population every year. In addition, according to our world in data dot org is estimated that two hundred seventy five million people worldwide experienced and things ID disorder until sixteen he's ID and depression are not. Ellen says that only sick people have. It's a permanent phenomenon that is worldwide millions of people suffer from Otieno symptoms and physical symptoms. They can make life unmanageable these ID in depression, very insecurity. And it depends on a wide range of factors, including biological makeup, psychological health and external circumstances. Tuomo person the remedy for exactly is hard work what evasion and tough love. But what about individuals clinical depression, anxiety plus depend on prescription drugs therapy and indoor volley symptoms. Because also the stigma of exciting depression. People wasn't Zeidan. Depression are from anger, fear, guilt, pessimism, low self esteem, stress a sadness because of the overwhelming feeling of not being part of a functioning society. Many turn to addiction and substance abuse because it's the only thing it doesn't judge putting seeing the stats. Forty million people in states also deal with the pain and embarrassment. The terrible thing our mind does is tell us we suffer a loan and no one stands and no one can empathize resume builds because people were anxiety and depression seems to be living life. Those constant upward climb anxiety and depression are too many roadblocks. People overcome to find their purpose and help others do not think you're alone in your fight against these horrible assists as two hundred seventy five million people worldwide fill your struggle. Thank you for listening visit a website. James will not work the final feature episodes and the context show. Thank you again tune in again tomorrow for another daily message of perseverance versity. Whether it's our hearts, lungs or other organs. The were diagnosis tends to make us uneasy at Kaiser Permanente, our specialists care for you and about you working together, creating a treatment plan specific to your diagnosis and total health. So from primary specialty care, fine, reassurance in a great team of healthcare professionals committed to your healthy recovery, visit KP, dot org, slash specialty care to learn more from hotel to the mail and states incorporated twenty one St. Rockville, Maryland to Serie five, two.

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Check out Pluto TV for free streaming movies/TV shows

Talking Tech

02:31 min | 2 years ago

Check out Pluto TV for free streaming movies/TV shows

"I spent some time the other day checking out Pluto TD, the streaming service. It was in the news this week because Viacom the media giant that owns MTV, Nickelodeon and comedy central just bought the company for three hundred and forty million dollars. What is Pluto t the if you have Roku Amazon fire stick apple t the Unum. It you don't want wanna check this channel out. It has what it calls. It says it has hundred channels and thousands of movies. Let me tell you all about it. On today's episode of talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham, so Petit is a very different animal than most other streaming services. They require a monthly subscription as in Netflix and Hulu or they offer movies on demand for a fee like voodoo all those other channels. They're generally aggregated of cable TV content. That's only viewable if users authenticate there. Cable account. Now, Pluto TV's a collection alive channels and some of them you've heard of like CNBC, cheddar, TV and CBS news, most you haven't most are homegrown channels offering movie, John Lewis, like comedy, horror and romance. Now, did I mention that everything is free on Pluto TV? There are a lot of movies and TV shows mostly older ones superman three in the line of duty with Clint Eastwood, the original nineteen sixty eight funny girl, and I found TV series like the old Roseanne show from the eighties hell's kitchen with Gordon Ramsay and the reality series, Kate plus eight now, you can watch the movies so-called live. It's the same movies. That are available on demand. All of them have commercials. There's a lot to watch. And because there are commercials. You will not be able to fast forward. That's the deal with the devil that you're making to watch the free service. But again, it's free. They got a lot of good stuff on there. It's easy to come. By if you have the Amazon fire stick the Roku streaming player. Apple TV, just add the app to your collection of entertainment apps, and you've got lots of programming to watch. Now, I have nothing to complain about. Because it's all free, right? What do you think of Pluto TV? Let me know your thoughts on Twitter, Reina, Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe on apple podcasts. Please favourite us on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show and as always thanks everyone for listening.

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Wondery seeks a buyer

podnews

02:44 min | 9 months ago

Wondery seeks a buyer

"The latest from our newsletter at Pod News Dot net. pocus publish wondering is up for sale says Bloomberg the company's revenues to surpass forty million dollars. This year says the report and that the company is looking for more than two hundred million dollars is an asking price. Apple secretly bought Scout FM earlier this year and promptly shut the ANDROID and IOS APP Down Scout Counter family recovered in June two, thousand eighteen created podcast stations on various topics basing its recommendations on listening habits much like stitcher did once which suggest its technology is being used in. Fourteen enhanced personalized recommendations. Bauer media audio broadcaster in the Nordic countries in Europe, and the UK has launched Paul play a podcast aggregate data including its own exclusive shows where his there as well. The services run out of Sweden. Australia route. Murdoch's news. Corp has launched airtime a programmatic buying platform for the company's podcast network which brands newscast. Meteorologist quarter three twenty twenty slate has been published linked to that today pod friend the world's friendliest podcast up out for windows ten with more platforms. On the way it's powered by the podcast index a special fan of podcast they're listening to on desktop. Front page. The Dutch podcast awards has twenty seven thousand entries. This year voting is now open the awards will be on November. The sixth podcast guests is celebrating hitting twenty five thousand users. It was launched in two thousand sixteen as a to help podcasters connect with guests, shows, and our thanks to chant for becoming our latest gold supporter chance, you'll find a chance DOT FM work with a lot of the top podcast brands look for progressive unique and bold voices that promote equality. You can be like chance at Pod News, dot net slash support. And if Okaz News in. A land torn apart by fear of magic and rules by brutal mercenaries two young friends leave the only home. They've ever known to find the one who could save them. All casserole is an original audio fantasy series. From Shane Salt productions you can listen to season one now and we thank them for being a sponsor today and people movers show all about escalators is just one of the niche shows celebrated by the Guardian and that's the latest from our newsletter subscribe at Padres Dot net.

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The Most Damning Impeachment Testimony Yet

The Daily

22:59 min | 1 year ago

The Most Damning Impeachment Testimony Yet

"Today Democrats leading the impeachment inquiry or calling Tuesday's testimony the most damning yet implicating from the New York Times. I'm Michael Borrow this programs in New York and London Sotheby's institute provides the best in art business education learn more at Sotheby's institute dot com slash daily your key to the art world this is almost four hundred million dollars and security funds that Congress allocated in a bipartisan fashion for Ukraine and there have been allegations for I from the whistle blower that initiated this case and throughout that that aid may have been frozen as a leverage point as well as another kind of quid pro quo. I'm great how are you a long time no talk yeah that's been a full seventy two hours John's of a quid pro quo there was the White House visit in exchange for these investigations and then there was this forty million dollars in military aid to you in testimony was essentially the traditional American foreign policy apparatus getting sidelined or pushed aside you extract these politically advantageous investigations but we weren't hearing a whole lot about that as the week we're on right there were two allegation that's right and by Thursday we heard from sunland himself who you'll remember is the ambassador to the European Union he's a former trump I president trump is personal lawyer and a cadre of political appointees who were close around him and we're setting the agenda for the countries aren't testifying about for the most part there was very little discussion last week of the military aid that president trump had ordered to be frozen this summer policy towards Ukraine right and the names that kept coming up again and again were Rudy Giuliani and Gordon songs heard testimony from a string of American diplomats both career diplomats and political appointees working donald trump and what they described day after day political donor sunland after witness after witness this week had placed him at the center of this shadow foreign policy if you will came in and essentially said Hey I know there's all this attention on me but I was merely following the directions of president trump and nick what did we hear in the testimony about what that's right remember when House Democrats launch this impeachment inquiry a little bit more than a month ago it was the prospect of four hundred million dollars in rain and my sense is that the allegation that the military aid had been held up in this scheme was by far the more explosive of the two bipartisan approved military aid that had most alarm lawmakers in both parties it's that military aid that got moderate Democrats into political rivals in exchange for that meeting they were holding out that meeting and say won't give you this if we get what we want but what's interesting is what they want the point of this show structure was why have it what are they up to a lot of this testimony revolved around a meeting that that Ukrainians wanted have with president trump at the White House that they believed would lend credibility to the new administration in that country and the questions that came up again and again was there a quid pro quo that the trump administration was trying to extract investigations from the Ukrainians into the fact that the money which had been the source of so much focus wasn't really coming up did that at all 'cause you to wonder as I will admit you support an inquiry they through crucial support behind this investigation explicitly because it was tied to national security and what did you make of that Oh yeah I just saw him go into booth one hold on a second let me transfer you over this is Nick Hey it's Michael Hi Michael how are you it all over the country so I wouldn't have been altogether surprised if that part of the story continued to shrink away at the same time it did for me if the military aid aspect of the story maybe just wasn't there if it hadn't maybe been something that the press and it was holding over Ukraine to get these investigations he wanted into the Democrats I think that that's certainly began to feel like more of a possibility Fan Does covers Congress for the Times Nick where did we leave off with you last week to remember last week we on Tuesday so on Tuesday morning William Taylor the top American diplomat in Ukraine right now arrived on Capitol tantalizing question will bear out or won't it and that's where we pick things up this week okay so Guinness Up to speed about what actually happened. The trump administration has given publicly other reasons for withholding this aid and in some respects it makes sense that they would have held it when they were looking to cut down on the expensive for me sounds from swing districts that president trump one and two thousand sixteen who were kind of teetering on the edges they face reelection to come on board and say yes we I don't think we could fully rule out the idea that the aide had been held up as leverage for these investigations and so it just remained the kind of open president trump and asked him if he'd be willing to come back to take control of the American mission in Ukraine and helped implement the president's policies so much of what the original whistle blower who has brought this case to the four who helped launch this impeachment inquiry indirectly has alleged has borne out today's starting as a cadet in west point serving in Afghanistan Iraq Jerusalem during George W Bush's administration he was an ambassador Ukraine and he had actually retired when the State Department contacted him early this year after Riana Vich the former ambassador was ousted by hill for his own deposition with house impeachment investigators and what do we know about Bill Taylor sites that show Taylor is And on Tuesday he outlined nightmare in fifteen page opening statement which he read Eighteen October twenty third talking to help you there I'm trying to reach Nick Faldo's from the New York Times and began his role has ambassador what came next he made pretty clear is something like his worst nightmare what's that he reconstructs inexperience that he has with other diplomats involved is a divergence of those two channels disintegration of the first one another one of these career national security officials who served Democrats and Republicans he's been serving the country he told investigators today for fifty years kind of political games that she was with those assurances he ultimately decided in May that he would sign up and he flew over to Kiev fuel by August that there were two different sets of priorities that these things were no longer in line so it's not long after Taylor Ah witnesses last week began he describes two channels of foreign policy and official channel and the kind of shadow or irregular channel toward Ukraine channels of foreign policy serve the same goal a strong US Ukrainian partnership but what he documents in copious notes in call and he began explained to investigators today that he knew in a sense what he was getting into and he had real pause as he looked towards we'll be contingent upon them publicly committing to conducting those investigations as the summer goes on he learns in July that inexplicable methodically over forty minutes to investigators gathered behind closed doors and what does he say in this opening Sabin show Taylor begins a lot like what taking this job he sought assurances from the State Department essentially that he would be able to exercise policy as he saw fit and that he wasn't going to be a victim of sorry about democratic and Ukrainian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election and that to secure a visit to the White House visit the Ukrainians badly one arrives in Ukraine that it becomes increasingly clear to him that something funny is going on it I he hears from Ambassador Sunland the four hundred million dollars in security aid that is meant to be delivered to the Ukrainians Taylor is completely alarmed by this remember essentially in favor of the second he says it became clear to me by August that the channels had diverged in their objectives and what happened that led him to rain where Ukrainian forces are coming into contact with mounting hostile russian-led forces and thinking to himself I know this is being with he is really shaken by this and describes a series of meetings where he and others are trying to push to get it reinstated and it's around this time Taylor testifies he got on the phone with someone and Sunland essentially said to him that everything the White House meeting and the aid were contingent upon to be at this point

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Triton Digital bought by Stitcher's owner, Scripps

podnews

01:29 min | 2 years ago

Triton Digital bought by Stitcher's owner, Scripps

"In the latest pod news, enterprise digital audio company TRITON digital is to be bought by scripts. Script also earned Stitcher and mid roll media as well as a number of US television stations. I've spent one hundred fifty million dollars on the purchase TRITON. Digital is projected to earn forty million dollars next year in revenues scripts used to also owned radio stations, but they sold those earlier this year. James careless, a well respected. Radio journalist covers podcasting, provides money-making opportunities for radio world. It covers Canadian and UK podcasters and you'll find it linked from pod news dot net today. Also podcast SEO often forgotten about, but a very comprehensive guide willing to from Kerri green. His podcast mystery for you. What happens to the Chicago sun times podcasts, Robert fetter, who is as Chicago and media journalist. Now it's all of the much promoted podcast from the newspaper are no longer being produced and wonders. Why. Ads ways have been nominated for two digitally awards for best use of mobile and best publishing platform. Congratulations to them. And it's time to celebrate the day of the Spanish podcast with a live podcast marathon for twenty four hours from October the twentieth at one o'clock central European time. Our podcast good, a newsletter is better. We linked to all of these stories cover many more and it's free subscribed today at pod news dot net.

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Episode 27 - A $3 Million Desk

The Business of Esports

05:25 min | 2 years ago

Episode 27 - A $3 Million Desk

"Today's podcast is brought to you by E. Sports ECOMMERCE DOT com. Eastwards ECOMMERCE is a new platform to help streamers make more money upload all your twitch discord, end youtube content into one place while being able to sell branded items, sweatshirts, hats, and stickers to all of your viewers. Be sure to check them out at eastwards e commerce dot com sign up for a free account today. Business in East sports bring the business side of worst view under host during the leave us into gay. We're GONNA talk about the amazing teen. Who won the fortnight championships. Earlier in July, so I'm sure you've all heard about these massive win three million dollar payout. Kid Out of Pennsylvania came up pair. Of course we're harassing proclaimed so many video game six or seven hours a day but obviously this is going to change the course of everything now as you know, I generally don't talk a ton about streaming or a lot of these large championships, but I think there's a really big opportunity here. Because once again, if I said before in many other episodes, the pay are starting to get bigger. We're starting to get more recognition. This news is everywhere is one giant publicity stunt essentially? If you look at it, so when Kyle these sixteen year old, who won this championship one, he said. All. I want to buy with my prize. Money is a desk now. I personally think he'll go buy a few other things, but he doesn't let him do anything stupid with money according to several articles. What does this mean for everyone else well if you make desks? Sounds to me like a great opportunity to send him accustomed death, saying hey, congratulations on this i. read an article that you are just by a by desk well, let me save you one step. Here's a customer we've made just for you. When you go out there and you start to look at some of the articles are being released. You'd be able to read between the lines and look for marketing opportunities such as this. If you make custom desks as an example as you say, your cost of goods is a thousand dollars to make something custom. Thousand Dollars in marketing very very little, and you did this and not ever got out onto the Internet. And this kid posted it through his instagram posted on his twitter feed or in a disco server. It would give a huge opportunity. To win people over so when I talk about, be able looking between the lines. It's not just this. If you see any sort of publicity all right, who's person? What are they topic that they mentioned? Are they mentioning a specific product saying that either really like are really don't like something about the space while there's an opportunity for you. Go out and make some additional money. Once again, just gotTA. Just be able to read between the lines. What I'm just pushing now is read these articles really dig into them because if you just read the headline. You wouldn't notice that. Moving forward, there is a lot of. Moving going around in real estate now as everyone is aware of the thirteen thousand square foot stadium recently built out in Los Angeles, there is a investor who is buying the Houston outlaws for forty million dollars. There is also an additional stadium being built in Dallas. which everyone is obviously been whereabout and there's also a eight thousand square foot. Facility in Santa Monica offer training so mailing around League legends, of course now this all comes back to how I get involved. Find out if there's an RFID RFID requests for information. Our P. is a request for proposal. Go out there. Reach out to these organizations and say hey I saw that you're building a new stadium. Do you have any upcoming? Is? That can be a whereabouts? Do you have a portal? If you're not familiar with how the ARA fire are processed, works said so, what happens is is the organization sent out a questionnaire asking for information to respond to certain questions after responded that you'll be pushed onto the next phase if you meet the minimum qualifications. That's how you get involved. You have to make these cold calls. Cold emails so on and so forth. Don't be afraid to just show up at their dorm. The lake high saw I I saw that there was an. Sports Stadium being built, but I didn't see anything online so I thought I'd drop on by to. Who can talk to about getting some information about the RFID coming out? Many times people do not know so they do a little bit digging. In the worst case scenario. You get to make some contacts those organizations. Always talking about go out there network. This is an opportunity to network. anyways, that's all we have for. This podcast was again. Thank you forever. One that listens in our audience is continuing to grow. Please! Be Sure to visit us at Disney's DOT COM and follow us wherever you get your got drum. Jordan.

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Ray Kelly 7-7-19

CATS Roundtable

12:05 min | 2 years ago

Ray Kelly 7-7-19

"Good morning new york this is the cats roundtable jon katzenbach td ship it's a sunday morning it was fourth of july week what a great week a witness this morning is a commissioner ray kelly a commissioner for twelve years on a new york police department an i'm a former marine and a good morning ray kelly happy fourth of july week hr happy fourth of july week to you it's been a great week so farro but contains a you're a former marine an you wrote an op ed piece was it down and i saw something in one of the newspapers a about a world war one memorial i do you wanna tell all all americans about it yes on friday at a piece that i wrote a appeared in the post a advocating for eight world war one memorial it really is see forgotten more supposed to be the war to end all wars who's called the great war do you act with filling in for eighteen months but we had a hundred sixteen thousand casualties many of them from influenza it was a pandemic that around during the war but you don't hear anybody but he talked about it was a terrible ward involved trench warfare a mustard gas chlorine gas a it was a terrible if you go to washington you'll see some terrific a memorial to see the vietnam memorial which is very moving moving a lawsuit korea in the world war two memorial but nothing is for the world one of those concerns so there's a movement started in two thousand thirteen have aid memorial for world war one going forward and actually my my article is asking for donations quite frankly about forty million dollars is still needed to move this this project forward so hopefully that can that can continue you know nothing happens in washington without politics you have any senators and congressmen boats are republicans and democrats willing to support yet a it yes but it really is low on the skyline you know there's so many other issues so a as you know so well you really need to have a special push there are certain senators that seemed to be very much interested in it but you know there's so much on their agenda so much on their plate that the in article like this hopefully we'll get some people's attention and move it further up on a on a long priority list kaido well the problem is there's no voters left from global one i try to limit that somebody commissioner you're you're a marine a son was a marine a lot of those were marines three brothers marines president trump yesterday i did a military parade which hasn't been done in a long time a me as a civilian i looked at it and my my heartfelt good how did you feel about well i think veterans a feel good when they see a military on display it brings back memories it says that people love not forgotten there the service so yes generally speaking i think it is in a lot a lot of good feelings a lot of good feelings and they in the country unfortunately it was a bit of a rainy day but i guess it didn't really happen any spirits people saying we pretty energize the new york area you commissioner for a lot of time new york became one of the safest places in the world a under a year ministration things seemed to be going the wrong direction give us your evaluation of things while i think you know if you walk through the city in midtown you get a sense of slippage a certainly the homeless problem is and intractable one not just york city san francisco los angeles of other big cities but a it it it just gives a bed a messenger bad feeling full where they were the city is are they could say it is much more of a public health of of a mental health problem i should say than people give it give it credit for and i think we need a public health services to be much more involved in dealing with these people on the street let's face it you can have all of your faculties if you're you're you're living on the street not willing to go to shelters not going to places that can take care of you and give you services of food so it it is a i see that as you know the optics are bad as far as homeless there's a concern obviously some criminal justice reforms were gonna have to wait and see what they mean they know bail a decision or the nobel legislation doesn't kick in until a tony tony january first twenty twenty but no cash bail is something that will have to wait and see if that works a i think they'd be idea of his laudable you don't wanna languish in jail just because you have the money to put up a bail but their issues as to whether or not people will will show up if they're from out of town repair petty offenses so a the deep state legislature new york state legislature has made some major changes a in this past session we're gonna see how they all work out a marijuana now has been it hasn't been legalized but that's obviously right around the corner here they have taken out of the out of the criminal small amounts of possession of marijuana is no longer climate is a violation we have to see how these things turn out but it it it some of the quotes a concern we need a will need some time to sort this all out you know this is another special a week to the memory of some of our officers rushed the nine eleven twentythree and why pd officers died at ground zero on nine eleven a louis alvarez was the two hundred and twenty second member again why pd from eleven this is devastating mrs thomas your memories well it certainly is devastating and you know i wasn't the commissioner on eleven by the liberal right across the street from the ground zero we were out of home for three months and i spent a lotta time of grown sarah outside became commissioner on january first of two thousand to a actually we were there when bodies were recovered we had a very solemn ceremony taking those bodies from ground zero to the medical examiner's office andy ramifications of that horrific event continues to haunt us yes tour and tony to memphis has died but i think as commissioner o'neil says it could be as many as another two hundred and fifty more tickets be affected by it so it is important that the department continue to remember that event to can you continue to make certain that services are available for people who have been a in impacted by toxic materials that were at ground zero there meant cancers there that you know the the nobody ever dreamed of before it's just such a toxic mix of of bad material and we're unfortunate going to continue to experience a police officers former police police officers and firefighters across and other first responders dying as a as a result of their work down there in a you know it's it's a gut wrenching and louis alvarez was you know clearly a hero and he put it all on the line for the people of new york city and he paid the ultimate price the two big controversies that are going on right now a one of them is the mayor in another commission has decided they want close rikers island jail somewhere in your neighborhood a staten island they couldn't accept what do you think of i mean it's a very big controversy i i understand the logic behind it first of all lot in my backyard is a mantra that politicians have to deal with all the time and i don't understand why they're taking it on secondly this move away from rikers island supposedly is taking place because of problems that happened in rikers island well i would think that is better the concentrate and better of a cover the place with cameras and also monitoring devices a at that site as opposed to taking it in spreading locations throughout the city which will only the annoy balls or a people in in neighborhoods they worked hard to the house will say and then having correctional facility right in their neighborhood i think is is just own fair a really unconscionable and i don't think does that'd be good if in fact there are problems there are challenges with the correction officers were highly thee prisoners are of guarded whether or not they have the fights with each other that sort of thing i think is much better than concentrated traded so it could be it could be watching monitored in a win in the intelligence hashing i agree one hundred ten percent in the last one being be district attorneys have made the decision not to go after a a low a subway crimes and a marijuana crimes excetera a any opinion is that you know i know cop's cop well i i don't understand some of these decisions they're just not based on logic here we have dmt age saying that they're losing a quarter of a billion dollars a year what's fair evasion yet will not arresting people who a jump all the turnstiles not being prosecuted it doesn't make sense to me i know that when we were arresting pharaoh vader's who getting an awful lot of information there were a lot of warren the warrants these people hadn't been executed a i i just think it's common sense to use the power that the government has to arrest people who are clearly committing eight hate crime eight violation of the law end are reducing the coffers of vm t eight by a quarter of a billion dollars a year now i know they're gonna sign some bleach and a a mtpa th place in new york city police the subway system but it looks like they're just gonna be a scare pros i don't know how much activity that they've been authorized to conduct so yeah it some of these decisions just don't make sense

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October 24th 2019

Talking Tesla

08:23 min | 1 year ago

October 24th 2019

"The twenty four th it's two thousand nineteen and that's right that's right let boys and girls yesterday we did the onus call for Tessler and so we're going to go over this the Helix Jim boys and girls nobody Ilan Deli apologizing tesla network cashews it Sir and so he did for the first time at least for the first time that I remember he said full self driving feature complete means by the end of the year you're basically out a dry from your door through the streets onto the freeway off the freeway to your work but you'll have to watch what the Caz doing kind of like you do with autopilot right now by the end of next year it's ten into the regulators would be some time after that so very aggressive time line is still learn sit will see and he said that full complete and that is that they happy that can do the whole thing while you smoke cigarettes and drink my ties and not be involved with a car at all but full self driving at the same as here in the US but it'll allow them to do up to three thousand more per week oopsy when they get into full production so we'll see then I get that tryout but the rest of us and not going to get a binding the it'll be sometime next year so again a little bit behind when it comes to these full self driving things similar but in so many ways the model is better it's the head back it sits up higher it's the form factor that sort of CRV SUV kind of thing that Americans buck per share and so that's good because they needed to make some Dole's let me tell you very much the revenue was about where the street thought about six point three three billion dollars or is it seems to be beginning in China right now just sort of slowly beginning and they noted that and they believe that the margins on those guys are going to be about the same as the US we've thought because expenses look like they're going to be a lot less that the margins would be a lot higher because it's a new production facility and they gotta work things out initially at least they're saying the margins should be self driving feature complete by the end of the some people will have it by the end of this year so this is not going to be something that we're all going to say there's going to be a few alpha and a few Beta testers because we dive deep into the details but first of all most importantly tesla an answer a surprise prophet the markets had expected a loss of twenty cents and they made over for substantially more than sedan. Now maybe you know the model three is cheaper and it it'll it'll get a little bit more range and maybe it won't be as big as deal as I think going to reduce the number of sales of model are going to get that a little bit and they're like no no that's not going to happen when we came out with Model X. Model s sales actually went I don't think it matters if people don't get a model three and get a model way as long as you can make lots of model wise it's actually better for Tesla to sell two million model for commercial that this is smooth things out they are now basically able to go with one step one day go there and pull your solar up here but the big thing that they've hacked big that's huge in that Lodge Wanna call out one piece of BS though because one of the analysts will do you worry that model why is everybody wants if they could have a hatchback versus a normal trunk people WanNa hatchback so we'll see but I'm going to call a little bit of Beers on that I think it is going to affect but I don't think it matters talk a little bit about full self driving and again one of the analysts what do you mean when you say future complete by the end of the year and full self driving by the end of next can you actually is smoothing out the approval process they've working with three hundred fifty different cities and counties and they're basically giving him a template way of getting paperwork through this is huge the growth INTESA was tesla energy a forty eight percent increase in solar installations they say that now they've got basically three packages for residential and a couple packages begin as early as the first quarter on was sort of suggesting that they could be at fairly reasonable volume production by the SUMMA and they don't want to overstate that so thanks maybe I'm over personalizing this but I think the model is a significantly more attractive cow the mole three in as much as I love them all three that just that hatchback alone is what and so all that's not that interesting do it when they make money sue let's talk about the other stuff most of all muddled Y so we've had some stories that may be modeled y production could or about how they did that that actually could be a big deal because there's a huge enormous delays from when you order your soul to win you get the permiting to win put it on big this is where so many of the delays occur is because of trying to deal with each installation has to have various big city up and I've got a cool what I think is GonNa be on that I just do not see how when you come out with model why that it doesn't significantly affect modal three these two guys are very perfect sort of set of instructions given to the utilities and all this crap so it I don't exactly know what they mean but it seems like they've smooth it out enormously we're going to have to Y summer production but it sound like they could actually have already been up and running a little bit before that and we certainly have seen lots of modal wise at the in the wilderness as it were so that's his than one million model threes and one million model was because the margins are almost certainly going to be better so I'm going to call this but I don't think it matters gigafactory three production began used all of the batteries to get model three up but now they're able to do more and more and here in California they're going to sell about one point six trillion trillion of these batches because pg some backup so that is going to be a huge part of the business going forward and he said they wanna be an international sort of creator of distributed energy they'll say the solar they'll say the he and others have said that they're going to be switching the power on an ongoing basis when the winds pick up here in California to stop by as for at least the next ten years so that going to sell so much storage here in California continue already friends colleagues for their businesses for the houses already saying okay now tell me about these batteries progressive this is an ongoing thing when they switch it on so if there's somehow heck that that is enormous begin lodge now storage is huge there's a huge amount of growth in this era they said they would constrain because model three and it's a great Karen don't tell me Tesla don't tell me the debt hasn't cannibalized excels of course it has to say otherwise I think is host hockey poo poo a significant number more KAZ so the super charger issue is still a problem it's a big problem in my mind as and then what else did they didn't really do any significant supercharge update they just sort of said that the standard range and standard range plus model threes a tree when the lights go out you'll let's go out they improve their cash in the bag substantially so that's good because they've got a little bits that are still outstanding substantial debts is an accent at least short term health this is a really good quarter the meant a lot of cash they expect to continue to make cash going forward but they did acknowledge that some every now and then there's it's interesting because one of their big investors just yesterday sold forty million dollars worth of stock and right now the person that did that is getting a significant slap upside the head is that Dana Lot Q. Three this year compared to Q. Three last year and this is part of that thing why are they so much where what big part of why they Dana's because be some quarters where that doesn't happen with I do investments where in seasonal slowdowns in that kind of thing but things are looking good and the stock price just pumped about twenty are gonna be able to charge a little faster there was a significant growth in superchargers I've lost you but it was like twenty two percent here in the US but there was being the boys which I think we're gonNA record on Saturday and Sunday with the show is Ilan daily POW token tests on network. I think you can go to bed tonight feeling pretty good about Tesla's breath Jimbo's goes I think that's enough for today we'll do a little bit more on this tomorrow we'll dig into it a bit more and then there'll be a big show allowed show grandchildren ole miss show a patron show fairly quickly today because we've got a big show grand show coming up with the boys on Sunday.

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Ep. 353 - Behind the Scenes of a Company Holding BILLIONS of $$$ in Bitcoin, w/ Prime Trust

CRYPTO 101

29:03 min | 7 months ago

Ep. 353 - Behind the Scenes of a Company Holding BILLIONS of $$$ in Bitcoin, w/ Prime Trust

"All right what is up crip nation. Welcome back to another episode of the crypto. One podcast in today's show is sponsored. By god's unchained the digital card game that offers true ownership to players so so gamers. Listen up here Cards are minted on a theory of meaning users can trade selling program their assets however they like and actually a new expansion set just got released with limited edition cards. erc twenty chests available for sale. If you miss out you can hunt down these or other. Previously sold out chests on third-party sites like swap. This game is the real deal guys. It's helmed by experienced t. Cg legend chris clay of magic the gathering So guys is fun. It is engaging it is competitive and it has more. Nf or non fungible tokens right than any other a theory in game on the market. So you could support the channel and you could try the game out for free. Just click the link in the show notes. All right all you good wonderful citizens of crypt nation. I hope every delightful morning noon or night As we say here crypto one. Podcast wherever you are in the world right now you're in the right place because you're in To get some crypto education to learn a lot and a lot of guys are probably listening to this. You guys are locked down quarantined. You know twenty. Something states are warranty and we got a lot of international listeners. Here so we just want to send out a lot of good vibes lot of love and let you know that we're all in this together. We're all gonna make it through and we're going to bring you guys Everyday ages some great content so aaron You know haven't seen you in a little bit man. Since we're trying to you know self quarantine ourselves how are you holding up You know i'm doing the best. I can Give it all the you know everything. That's going on lots of anxiety and uncertainty. But i think there's going to be a lot of silver linings to this. You know were really having a chance to do some introspection and reflection on our lives. That normally wouldn't happen because we're so busy doing everything. And i think one of the things i'm predicting is gonna come out of this is we're going to feel a lot closer together. We're going to appreciate the times. We have together more when we do get to be around people in our friends and our families and we're going to have to rely on each other. It's just a fact you can have more. We're gonna have to rely on each other and speaking of people you can rely on. That brings us to our guest today because we can't just do it all by ourselves and that's where Custodian in crypto comes into the picture. So we have with us today. Kinsey cronin the head of biz. Dev over prime trust kinsey. Thank you so much for being with us today and for having you guide. What were you doing before. You got into crypto. And what brought you into this industry well before i was In crypto i was working in equity crowdfunding. So i worked for a company called start. Engine that was formed because of the dobnak basically in reaction to the jobs act which is similar to prime trust and provide them all the extra services for started in what we're doing with helping companies raise capital for their businesses On the internet so Not terribly different from what we are. What your listeners might know The night he'll accept completely different because it was entirely invented and regulated by the government. Interesting in the jobs act was one of those Acts for those of you guys that are listening to might not have heard of it. It was introduced by the obama administration. In order to kind of get unaccredited investors. You know equal or at least semi equal investment opportunities as those of you know the upper class. I'm a big fan of the jobs. Act in. I've actually i i've definitely heard a start engine Really a big fan of all the stuff you guys did over there too. Yeah it's It's interesting because both the jobs act and bitcoin were sort of born out of stalag recession. That we were in and so in two thousand eight is when the job blocked sort of started being discussed and And obviously went. Bitcoin was born as well. It took a lot longer for The jobs act actually be signed and put into effect but similarly it took some time for bitcoin to take off to so At point you know. I remember being at a table. conference that we were hosting With some of the people who had helped write the legislation on the job and some of the earliest and vectors. Bitcoin really really interesting to watch them in iraq and real have been kind of been working towards the same goals and had no idea about the other and You know x. For me kind of the moment. That i bought into thursday very specific i Went to mighty to a rooftop gathering an event that was hosted by a company that had a very successful. i feel a few years ago and They they were basically pitching and they said this is true that they had raised over forty million dollars in under a minute And they had to shut off the acceptance on sunday at that point to good didn't want to take too much and my job was pretty much on the floor and that was big two reasons one. Is that working with all these really worthy company. You've been trying to raise capital online Through night from non accredited investors regular people and then he just didn't really challenging. We ran into a lot of struggles there. And there's certainly plenty of success stories but wasn't easy to do And certainly that much money and that short of time just with at never never heard of it The other day that was also kinda clear about this particular Company was not. I knew they had to be breaking the law. I was really familiar with the law. That was one of the reasons that we were That it was hard was make sure that we did things in specific in on specific regulations And so There's this combination feeling of like. Wow they're doing something right and also they're doing something wrong. How do we find a way of moving those two things together. And i think that's definitely the kind of role that prime trust occupies Right now in this space which is trying to take the these sort of usability and analogy and all these new opportunities and makes Sick into our district sort of regulatory understanding our expectations That we have as in our government. That's really wonderful. And i i love that. At that throwback to the two thousand seventeen craze as i remember those days very fondly. And i had the same impression of like. Oh my god these companies like how. How is this legal. And you know some people you know. Did it legally and some people You know threaded the needle or w- operated in that gray area but but it is really interesting. I mean in at a high level. What is the draw. Or what is the poll really for raising money in that that fashion as opposed like a non equity fashion as opposed to you. Know your standard Equity and and do you think that we're going to see another proliferation of these. Ico's i i mean i i would guess that the term. Ico is probably we gonna be kinda done I i don't know There's a lot of takes on this and i certainly think we're gonna see new iterations And we do. We see that all the time. We talked to lots of companies That are looking to find ways to make the most of the opportunity there to Essentially you crowd source and and also return make return available for the crowd which is again. The spirit of the jobs act was to do the same thing But the crypto world did it a lot better as far as being able to get more people involved in excited and to participate There are so many people from traditional side that have jumped in From legal side that are working to try and make sure that this is regulated in a way where people don't get burned because that's obviously the important thing right And that's where everybody's trying to thread the needle And some people have more appetite for risk than others We all sort of fall somewhere on that spectrum Because i think ultimately nobody does this with the hope that they're going to End up in jail right and maybe some people do it with the hope that they're gonna get away with something because they they think that they can. But i think at least the people that i work with working at a regulated financial institution. They're really just trying to do it. And the the best Way that Space for them and say for anybody. That's investing one of the questions that i've really been wanting to ask you. Most of all. Is you know a lot of us out here. We only have price and market cap as gauges to judge industry growth. But what are you able to see from your vantage point over. There is crypto healthy and safe. Or are you getting any request to withdraw. Big as people are getting ready to panic sell in this collapsing economy. Well you know we so we're not. We're not saying that. I am not seeing any kind of behavior that suggesting panic selling right now i mean. Obviously we've seen the You know the crypto world doing better than the the traditional side of the market what we are seeing right now especially in this kind of really really strange time with covid nineteen and the market away our is a huge acceleration and investment in our space. So i've been extremely busy. Because we've got companies that maybe had a number of focuses including worth doing on the traditional market or maybe a building in real estate and construction things like that and they're saying okay now is definitely the time to be investing in what we're doing with blockchain Because the use case for blockchain and finance show clear and there have been has been so much growth by leaps and bounds that we're seeing really a more investment in infrastructure right now which is something we love to see. One hundred percents Ray dallaglio you know one of the biggest hedge fund managers in the world for bridgewater just the other day on. Cnbc said that You know his excuse for the his fun. Going down is there was nothing really to sell off into. There are no more assets that he felt comfortable. You know moving his stocks and bonds away from and he quote unquote said. Cash is trash. Think about that amount. my god. I didn't see that one. You're going to have to send me that link. Yes caches dr radio radar so i need. If that's not the most damning thing around this. Yeah well guess what everyone there is somewhere to run and it's not hiding anymore. Bitcoin is on the tip of everyone's tongue. you know. Digital currency is now being featured in bills that are going through the senate If that's not the most bullish sign in the world. I don't know what is yet. We're finding that a lot of our customers. Their investors are pushing them and talking like you know. Vc's family offices that are actually pushing them to make sure that they're investing especially right now in In blockchain technology because that feels like the right direction going to we're getting that back from a lot of these companies and again that's where we're finding that Because we have this we have. Api technology that our customers can integrate and then basically a turns on their ability to do things that go by counts and detail. Trading and things like that We're just finding so many of seventy companies that maybe we're a little more branched out are tightening up and this is the direction that they're seeing as the best place for them to ride out the storm which is really interesting. Wow and so when you say. They're invested blockchain technology. Can you kind of unpack that. A little are they. Directly purchasing crypto assets holding them for the long term by an equity in companies that are maybe staking them are they buying equity in companies that are developing technology. Like what does that actually look like. Okay so well i can. We're seeing all of those things But i guess Probably a better way to frame that is to clarify that while we're a trust company. We don't do a ton of retail custody so most of our direct customers are other businesses that used us our. api's basically access the ability to open accounts do the appropriate compliance for those i m users And then end users can manage those accounts through the platform so for example. Let's take a large exchange that wants to do business in the. Us crypto exchange. And they wanna be able to onboard you customers and hold. Us dollar in accounts for their customers so that the customers can use it when they want to to. Instantly by crypto on the exchange those users would be coming to exchange platform entering in information to create an account and the information going via the api jar team which is an opening the account and then accepting direction from the customer and from the platform. How to move it around. So what we do allow the platform. They exchange to avoid actually touching or controlling the funds which helps them out in a lot of regulatory areas but we're actually not directly interacting with those users if they have a customer service question. They're going to their platform. And then it's that me elevated to full begun so internally so what we're seeing what i'm seeing directly is you know the investment on kind of institutional level it's being made in this space and there's a ton of it on the customer behavior said we're seeing all kinds of things. Many of our exchange customers have had recorded their their highest trading volumes On record ever in the last couple of weeks. And i think this is really important to note how this is evolved from an exchange perspective and how it affects the end user though because for years. We've said we cannot trust crypto exchanges. Do not leave your money on exchanges. We've got proof of keys day. But now all of a sudden you have an actual trusted entity like prime trust that is actually doing the custodianship and actually holding the funds to where you can say. Oh mckay maybe can't trust is exchange. I can leave some funds on here. I can use their staking or lending features to actually grow my money or whatever. The whatever options are available that really really flips the game on its head For people in a good way because now there's a lot of people that aren't comfortable holding their own keys or they lose their phone all the time. There's just a forgetful person and they said. Well i don't wanna get into crypto. End up losing my money. I need someone to hold it for me now. Thanks to what you guys are doing. That's possible pretty much the first time exactly. So if you're working with a company that is that he's working with us and you put your money in an account with them. That money is actually held by us. They don't get to take it or lose a key and suddenly it both. You know it's gone. I mean we can't let's say we had been the custodian talks for example. All those ones would have been right where they were with us and obviously they're still that question. Well you know. 'cause i know you're not you're crypto are are we trustworthy right And i understand where there is always going to be a question of that but what's really important to understand that trust companies in the united states. You can't even have the word. Trust in your name like prime. Trust unless you're regulated as trust company Where regulated and report to the banking authority of nevada We have to have this license. We have a whole bunch of things we have to do to ensure the authorities that we are Respond to the checking into the identity of people whose funds we hold so that they're not laundering money and also that we're protecting it Appropriately and the buck stops with us very clear. If something happens with your money we have accepted responsibility for that and you can hold us accountable legally because all of our information is there So there's this you know the the trust can be trust company. They've been around for a long time They they're in place to solve the question of trust. So if you were back in the nineteen forties trying to go to stock market and you wanted to make a trade but you didn't wanna give you into you had to prove that you own stock but you didn't wanna give it to the person who you were going to trade it with until you got what you were trading you guys would wanna use it a middle custodian to make sure that you had a sense of trust and that's that's kind of where this whole world came from And i do think that there's a place for it. In in the crypto space and. I know that there's a lot of excitement about you. Know the kind of trust louis. Nature of blockchain But i do think there's always gonna be people like you said who don't really wanna take responsibility of their own keys or who ultimately wanna use a lot of different platforms and don't want to have to trouble. Love it really really. Well said i mean there's always gonna be that trade off when you decide to go custodian or non custodian. I wanted to kind of ask like so as like what really is a trust company but kind of in practical terms like does that mean you guys have insurance from the fdic. Like god forbid you guys w- were hacked or something and lost customers. Funds are the customers funds insured because of this trust well customer. You must be insured under. Fbi fdic doesn't cover crypto at the moment Maybe at some point it will But the way they trust. Companies operated trust companies are very They have a lot of similarities with thanks but they're not bank so we actually hold all of the fines that Like for example. The us dollar that we'd be holding you hold out our partner banks. Someone got a lot of them and we hold those funds in our name and idolizes like truck company. We are allowed to hold funds on behalf of other people And that's just how trust company number eight so so we're holding the funds out of bank and those accounts i'll have fdic insurance When it comes to the crypto that we hold don't hold that at thanks Where we hold it in sort of a number of proprietary way. Would i can't share the security a witch on something like this podcast but you know that sounds differently because it's a completely new and unique type of asset so we hope that separately the same way that we hold a other types of assets that we can hold like stocks property and so when it comes to crypto insurance. But it doesn't fully cover hacking and that's the case for most. I mean i think trust companies right now have some level of insurance but it not a hundred percent insured and users can always have the option but they need to go to insurance providers and that tends to be pretty expensive. So i've found that. In most cases the cost of insurance outweighs the desire for many users actually habit. That's really interesting. So what are the pros and cons of using a custody service like prime trust as an end user. You mentioned not a lot of them have it but you even from a business standpoint. You know why us prime trust as opposed to just a a heart a cold cold wallet. Well certainly I'd say that the primary pro. I think already mentioned is having somebody who is licensed regulated and has ultimate responsibility for those Contractually obligated to provide security and and custody of the funds. Obviously the communists. Whether or not you even feel comfortable with that you know there. I think that the main con- is you know that there's we are a middleman and many people intricacy comfortable without period. It makes a lot of sense. But i feel like a at some point like what we need to have some people in the middle. Because we've tried these different decentralize experiments smart contracts have been proven to be hackel and unrecoverable and unreliable. So i i i think from an ideal standpoint. It'd be great to operate a fully trust us environment but being realistic. We're just not there yet. We're just not so. That's okay because we got prime trust in the meantime exactly. Yeah and i agree with you. you know. it's one of those things that that would be amazing and you know we. We worked with a lot of very interesting technology companies. That are trying to find answers to that and trying to allow for as much decentralisation as possible and we're open to working together with that now we're obviously not your average trust company. We are very very interested in being on the cutting edge and finding bathe through advanced technology. I mean i have no idea what he's going gonna look like in five years is going to change and grow by leaps and bounds. Like i think we really haven't even seen the tip of the iceberg of how this is going to change finance specifically You know and that that being said most everyday people the way that finance work you know the financial systems work. Don't really apply so much. I mean you know the advent of things like credit cards and stuff like those become daily use but when the stock market switches to computers. You know that doesn't affect most people and we they see or recognize But i think we're gonna see just massive shifts in the financial world Because of this new technology But i would say that another con. Actually i thought of using the trump A a qualified custodian is if you're trying to If you're trying to commit a crime then you shouldn't work with us here identity and we're going to check your background and check your identity off of numerous and money laundering lists around the world so it's just an and then your activity will be tracked so when you are trying to take advantage of some of the whole system isn't fully developed yet a lot harder when you involve somebody like prime job youthful. Well we'll keep doing the lord's work here a couple more questions. I should say. Not the lord but Saito she's work johnson. Toshio cure a couple. More questions. before we let you go you know. These are questions that we like to ask every guest that comes on the show you know if this is really the first podcast. That somebody in crypto are somebody who's just now getting into crypto the first podcast they listen to what would be a word of advice that you'd have for them. Wow okay i would say for somebody just just getting into those. I'd say you're gonna need to take in a lot of information if you really want to understand this There's so many opinions out there. And there are a lot of people who stayed things as absolute fact and they're not so i would say listen to as many cool podcast as you can But also just sort of diversify club for you guys Diversify the ways that you're learning about this and try and take in a lot of different accounts and opinions and And just sort of keep going going with it. And the other thing i would say like for mike respective. This is important Get understanding grist ing traditional financial processes as well because if you're trying to learn about Crypto market but you don't know anything other traditional markets. I think that you might kind of be coming out. This fro- without some important knowledge. One thing that i found is that when i was daddy grew my series seven exam which is a broker dealer agent license. I had to learn all about puts and calls and Different types of orders on the stock market. And then i went into my coin. Can't and i was able to actually use that knowledge to place limit orders and things like that so I do think that you know understanding that. A lot of even though we're we're creating kind of a whole new world it's still coming from an old world and if you don't have any knowledge about the old world you're you're going to be coming in a little bit behind man that's really really a great word of wisdom here early if you're trying to predict the future and you're trying to get with the future you have to be a good historian you have to understand where we're coming from in order to you know. Prepare for where we're going so i second that In the last question. I have for you. Kinsey is besides prime trust. And besides any other company that you might have a vested interest in. What is one company or project. That's really impressing you these days in that you are excited about For twenty twenty an impressive company or proud gotta be careful because they don't wanna play redo redo so much Some pretty cool. One thing and george directly one of our our customers at at prime trust but one company i think is doing a pretty good job in entering the us market at least Is finance They had to had to move off Because of some regulatory concerns and they were able to get at stadium prime trust to open accounts on behalf of customers via the api. And that's allowed them to operate legitimately in the us and we're seeing a lot of International companies that both in the us and in other countries. So taking the difference or jurisdictional laws and trying to be compliant with them And you know Just because something is put in place as a lie doesn't mean it needs to be it doesn't mean eh needs to hamper on development. It can actually be helpful and it can help legitimize what you're doing and get people involved that have a lot of credibility and years of experience but could actually really help your industry and grow brilliant brilliant brilliant. Well thank you so much for your time. What is the you are l. for prime trust prime. Trust dot com dot com. Easy guys if you want to find out more about all this stuff. If you're an institutional traitor investor and you are just finding out about prime trust go head. Check him out Feel free to reach out to us and we'll get you In contact thank you so much for your time today. Kinsey and we hope that you Stay safe and healthy amidst all this crazy crazy things that are happening in the world to you. Wash your hand day at home absolutely and for our listeners out there i know you can be very board as well. We have a backlog of over three hundred episodes on soundcloud and i tuned so spent some time catching up in the archives. 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Ghost kitchens are having a moment, the new mini Trade Deal, and Papa is the grandkids on demand app

Snacks Daily

16:17 min | 1 year ago

Ghost kitchens are having a moment, the new mini Trade Deal, and Papa is the grandkids on demand app

"Server markets rose at the end the last week because some biggish news not that big this is better than we did on Friday I think yes thank you third and final story actually let's start with the first trend this is nick this Jan this is snacks daily welcome back at his Monday October fourteenth happy start to the week guess what what do you think over their best serve as the basis of any investment decision Robin Hood Financial L._L._C. member Finra S._i._P._C.. Do you what virtual kitchens are back your pop open your Grub App you got home late you just finished the snacks podcast and want to get you notice this like really attractive looking tired you're exhausted and it gets delivered guess what they didn't have a restaurant on apetite didn't have a restaurant they had was a ghost kitchen that was on a delivery it's like the opposite of a trade war we'll explain what you need to know third and final story now pop what is the name of a new company Bagels they showed us for the first time the top ten most frequently used Emoji okay so here they are I wish I could like this is part of the challenge right the first one the first one in case you're wondering the bottom the bottom the bottom of the list flags sorry New Zealand national flags elected are three stores daily it can't make a reservation second-story stocks popped on Friday because of not a trade war not the trademark de-escalation in the Trade War Aka tiny trade ritual restaurants is the other name for Ghost Aka Headless Restaurant a dark restroom Aka delivery only restaurants it sounds freaky explain elderly care it's a surprising markets we jumped into its neck style now snacks before we get into that there is a top ten list that is the first of its kind in a long time this is like buzzfeed when you say that third time goes gidgets they're popping up a lot of places we noticed it happening more this month and it's virtually really a reality it's actually happening so I'm GonNa call it an autumn in themed chickpea soup okay that sounds lovely incredible university a whole line of soups on your APP from this one restaurant and check it out you're like Oh my God this Korea so for the first time the Unit Code Foundation which handles emojis great group great really nice people it's also the universal language really good the listed goal extravagant but here's the insane thing in order to appreciate this top ten list you have to see it so we're gonNA just do podcast we'll describe it hilarious absolutely a number five is just a straight up smiley face now you gotta look at this we're not yeah but we will tweet it out so you can see what the top ten are nine point nine percent of all emojis this that's pretty high this is the one with the the laughing crying face where the eyes are shut and the tears are going on a twelve degree angle it is also known as the grandkids on demand APP has a little more flair to it raised ten million dollars snagged a bunch of big partners and it's taking the GIG economy is to do delivery so here's the way these ghosts kitchens work sometimes it's just a single kitchen or just part of a kitchen that rented out like the corner and they may be sung that food on effort the number one knows rolling on the floor laughing which is just a tilted sideways smiley face with tears coming on this so far like the only text messages out there absolutely had no physical location no tables no chairs you can only get delivery food it's like Narnia you have to believe in it in order for it to be real so bon appetite is a bon apetit restaurant just like the Bon apetit magazine Bon appetit has a restaurant restaurant but this is incredible they're making the best autumn soups town is the restaurant doesn't matter you order it you're number two is just a big red heart it's just a heart pretty simple numbers three kind of combines those first two smiley face with hardy exactly number four number four not that okay so LLC member famous less SIPC for our first story our trend the week roast kitchen we started with that ghost kitchen APP okay it ghost kitchen is also known as a virtual kitchen let me give you the Webster's definition actually this is the snack music a sentence I guess we did that is it a noun it's a kitchen the as a virtual storefront only within the GRUB hub you can only get it there but it doesn't exist anywhere else you can't go meet a friend and have dinner for two it's it's a kitchen that's set up just caviar delivery APP and you notice that there's Fred's Fajitas that looks pretty good too that could actually be the same eighth floor kitchen in Dumbo just calling itself a different thing were these analogies are gone you find Ted's tenacious Taco incredible turns out that could be virtual storefront that's actually on the eighth floor of a warehouse in Dumbo so you front delivery apps under different restaurant names even though it's all coming from the exact same oven let's say you're checking out uber eats because your hunger I in Tacos don't WanNa go any sink in this is what he virtual restaurant can do just have one kitchen and act like it's a bunch of different restaurants across a bunch of different now when it comes to something like this you gotta wonder who's those you're still not sold to open up a third APP let's call it door dash and notice there's Maggie's Mardi sewing some really interesting Mexican food the same eighth floor let that jubilees research or investment advice to offer or sale of a security digestible business news video it's launched a Rachel Ray virtual kitchen last we can't get enough of her Chilean's last month a company called kitchen united raised forty million dollars to expand virtual new menu items and just if it doesn't work out change the name of the restaurant on the APP sounds like a good business model so if you're the delivery APP you're benefiting too yeah because customers get more option unhappy famous freaky but hey you get more I want Taco Tuesday now I have more Taco ops now Jack and look into this further and we noticed this is particularly becoming a trend right now uber this ghost kitchen he's investing in them and he scanning them abroad so jack what's the takeaway for our buddies who are real but they've kits ghost kitchens are the next major actually benefiting and so here's the breakdown well the ghost kitchen has lower cost than like physical brick and mortar restaurants they'll also get a lot of exposure across a lot of different APPS and they can test nations to restaurant and it's going to create a lot of losers your restaurant you really relying on food delivery lately because it's an increasing portion of your sales and most restaurants are failing already since for lots of different kinds of cuisine options were stressful but they're also fantastic it's going to drive more users to uber eats grub hub at Cetera and if you're the customer more options to face three or a virtual kitchen acting like a restaurant for second story big thing developed on Friday the US and China had trade talks on the way the food is candy they don't reflect the views of robinhood family is just so we're not recommending any now they have to compete against ghost kitchens which have lower costs and don't even need to have any human contact hey let's talk about this from like the humanity perspective it's fun going out to restaurants there physical places I love kitchens across the war and in case you're wondering what the ex CEO Uber Travis Kalanick's up to he just goes by Travis okay say drives his next new thing post Uber Ah delivery food yen are Amazon delivers yep creates a lot of waste oh great I got fourteen packs of soy sauce do you need eight sets of Chopstick I had my own economists have been upset not happy with things and voters are wary of the trade war and then president trump said on Friday that there was a quote unquote very substantial phase one deal talking to waiters I used to be a way to myself hey joe how's everything going what is the special today I would love to know also one of the great inconvenient truths for millennials. I know what you're thinking countries to buy that now I get to use my favorite word lack of reciprocity are they didn't do a webster's Dictionary Bioch- earlier today lack of reciprocity in terms of openness White House says it will take three to five weeks to write and sign this thing it also doesn't include some other like pretty big stuff at theft of American Ip when like Chinese companies are allowed to operate the US but a lot of US companies like facebook and twitter can't operate in China in case you're wondering about the other tariffs that are still out there because you remember that Gotcha I don't need the many things that I can't even now are take the APPs should label these goes kitchen yeah the APPs yes so that US humans can decide do we want a restaurant other half of Chinese stuff that is still scheduled APP so jack what's the takeaway for why this was such a significant development on Friday this deal wasn't a solution elliptically feasible but the next key trade war points they're gonNA require a much more substantial discussion but they needed this step I nonetheless Wall Street was does that mean so jack and I jumped in because that wasn't totally clear it basically means we are undoing some escalations from the past few months trade it's basically a total controls these scituate the only scales back a few of the tariffs those increases are still planned but after the shopping season December fifteen yeah the big round of tariffs which hit like the companies do business in China right that was kind of one of Chinese companies literally taking trade secrets right Chinese currency manipulation China devaluing its currency so it's more attractive to other orange exactly I couldn't articulate that well so the USA has promised not to increase tariffs next week which were planned and the China has promised to buy the US agricultural goods like soybeans which are like fifty billion dollars worth of soybeans every year yeah that's a lie and it had completely stopped buying our crops early makes a comprehensive deal somewhat more possible there was a lot of bad will out there lately American media and politics has been labeling China enemy number one how there startups that want to do that with self driving cars we're not quite there yet but this makes sense in the meantime other ways other reasons why seniors could use papa for househelp for chores lumped about the easing of tension good way to go into the weekend for a third and final story we're talking about Papa Aka grandkids on demand I don't know which one is kind of weird I don't like the name at all it just round but listen to this their most recent partnerships are actually some really major health insurance companies Humana AETNA priority health these have millions of now and stealing the crown jewel like a forty year old guy dressed up in like a fourteen year old clothes not cool now it's also a smallish company right they raised ten million dollars that's not a heard of any companies based on my aunt no I haven't but this is pretty impressive what's going on here how it works a grandparent can book a Grandkid for a couple of hours US huge fundraise for snacks daily Standard when Jack and I jumped into this when we were curious about who the strategic partnerships were and the recent ones really got our attention melinda gates economically advanced countries in the world there's also a huge aging population that they're dealing right there are more older people because people are living longer and there are fewer younger people that means more elderly folks are going to need more help it's a huge opportunity

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Week 14 - ALL DA PICKS - 12.11

Bro Bro Bro Bets

36:16 min | 6 months ago

Week 14 - ALL DA PICKS - 12.11

"Did you hear the breaking news after the steelers are fucked. Watchos vince. williams are out outs. He's back though. Yeah james conner foxy joins the squad and a fucking. Oh well brezler. What's the breaking news out there. I didn't live not sure it's gonna be bad for me. We're command number one sports. Ganley podcast coming out of the pat mcafee. Inc office is located here in indianapolis indiana beautiful day here. Sixty five in the middle of december. Half the love it. I'm toned aches next to me is the aforementioned human who brought this all. This is beautiful. Let collect a group. Together pat mcafee. Hi how's it going. I did bring most of the group together here. Yeah yeah. And i'm honored i am honored for. I'm trying to figure out how they can work that thing. There's some breaking news. You won't introduce everybody. I i see it now. Yeah so there's a breaking news makers are now baid the next head coaching job for the detroit. Lions at plus. Two hundred thai for robert salat to be the next head coach of the detroit. Lions plus two hundred in a new name that has been added today. Jim harbaugh plus two hundred to become the detroit. Lions head coach. Can't wait for that to happen. Dumpy you have any thoughts beautiful. Just what we need them in detroit michigan. Let's go michael as our uh as our former nfl gm on the show host the lombardy line gm shuffled pods. Make sure subscribe to the daily coach and writes for the athletic. What do you think of Jim harbaugh being co-favourite with robert salah as the next detroit. Lions head coach. Let sounds like they want. Somebody who's from the area i mean. Are they going to include some ice coaches and that is the requirement that you have to be from dearborn or about like north my point pleasant or east last week and we got a couple of people from up there. It's still early in the process. There i think that you know all these names remember. nfl head. Coaching jobs are selected or elected never selected they I saw the lions put out. Tweet today started elected by who elected by the not by the media by you gotta be able to win the press conference. You know you gotta go in there and robert july. He's you know he can. He's from dearborn and he was with the forty niners in that know people. Just naturally say okay. Great let's hire him. you know. No no you're good michael. I did see that. They put out a tweet of that they hired. They interviewed three internal people within the lines organization for diem job. They always start internal i. i mean obviously. I've never heard that before. But i mean that's great for those guys they can you know it's probably a smart move because for if you're rod. What is the president of the team. And they're interviewing. You're gonna learn a lot more about your organization. You probably did know before you interview so it's really like a way of you. Tell me everything that was wrong here. And let me know what's going on. And i think it's kind of actually smart to do it. A little intel on the inside like you know and you as a guy get doing the you gotta be honest and say look. Here's what we were doing. Here's what i would do. How do you feel about like adrian. Peterson coming out so in football's a lot more fun now at the new coaching change. And everything is that. A direct shot at matt patricia or his talking about the world. They're in right now. I think it's probably a shot mad. I think matt made life uncomfortable. There's a difference between you know preparing a team and being uncomfortably prepared. And i think you've got to find a way to where people are not thinking they're at work. You know when i worked on my mouth was trash truck. I was working when i was bouncing a bar. I was at work. You got to make it so that. They think they're not working. What's up with you. Italians and juries jersey always dealing with sanitization wa trash another organization. You're familiar with The patriots last night Pat and i both had the under and in the saint. Louis are sorry that the la rams. It's been a while since jon. Hamm speak informed formed before the game. I appreciate the prediction on the job. Cam newton for interception. Nice job on that. Thank you sir. Pick six you also have the underwrite company. yes sir. what did you think. Last night's game. I think whenever you make it easy for the rams and not allow goff to participate. They're dangerous to play and from the first play they've gotten slot ran the Of boot and the second play there in three by one and run the run the zone and the next thing in other and field goal range. That game was ugly from the first two plays of it the they never never sit the as they never stopped the run. And if you don't make goth participate you're going to get beat you're gonna get beat and they didn't make goff participate in. They had no real. We set on the show yesterday where they're going to get their points from that's why the under was a good play and they proved that they could really handle the defensive quickness of the of the rams and it was a real problem for do you think him Is their quarterback next year. You know i don't know that. I don't think camps. I don't think he throws the ball. It looks like everything's a struggle throw. It looks like he's having a glitch yeah flick. he's got like a hit in his. You know it's like it takes him forever to get the ball to the plate like you could steal second on him any time. But he'll make some great throws there'll be some great throws in an offset nowhere. We'll just go right into. It's like i don't know. I don't know if anybody knows what's going on there. I wonder if jimmy jeez available. There's no way doesn't end up back now hundred percent. That's what's going to happen on a cheap deal one year. I mean look what i was there. We drafted jimmy. We love to everybody. Loves jimmy jimmy. Dis loved building. Nobody wanted to trade jimmy g. You know so. I could see him going back there. If the san francisco decides to do that you know because there's going to be a lot of quarterback movement going on in the league. I mean what's gonna happen with. Sam darnold you know when they draft travel ours with him was that a force trade. I don't know. I wasn't there when they when bill i think bill run out of options. Remember people don't want to talk about is garoppolo has don yee. Tom brady has done yee though. The same agent. You can't really manipulate anything at all. When you're dealing with on calling you up about brady and i don't know what you tell anything to to jimmy garoppolo. How do you do that right. Yeah that's true. Pat's pretty about his as whence going indianapolis. I'm tired of this. I wanted to stop. I don't want. I don't only at rumor. I and here's why and this is why it makes no sense first of all. Thank this new forty million dollars next two years. Okay stu twenty five million. I wrote this for the athletic. Today's do twenty five million lock stock and barrel next year and then once he's on that roster on the third day next year another fifteen million and twenty twenty two gets kicked in guarantee so the eagles have a forty million dollar investment. No one's going to trade that take on that forty million liability and why would wants to reduce contract. Why would once take less than a dollar. He knows he's got forty million common tool. So how do you trade him. It's an nba. Kinda trade you'd have to somebody would have to take wins and a draft. Pick to take them off. And i don't see anybody doing that and i know frank right likes wednesday but i don't think he likes wentz. Plus forty million. No i hope not that. The only reason it makes sense to me is because that's still less money than they're paying jacoby and philip combine this year. That's the only reason. why get. They know phillips not probably going to be there next year. And they're going to have to. They're gonna they have to get a quarterback they have to get a quarterback and why would they take on that debt. And then what's gonna do i. I wrote today. Philly needs to solve the problem. Not trade the problem. A mike if you're if you're the gm coming into detroit. Do you keep stafford did you. Did you let it go. Let him go and try to start over now. I think i try to keep stafford. I think i wanna i wanna i wanna have a conversation with them. I want to know why his career has been where it is. I want him to tell me why he thinks that i would want to listen to him. Talk about what. He's learned over his career. Detroit and use him as a as a way to rebuild and repair the franchise based on his knowledge of being in the locker room and what he has observed and seeing and then whether whether what he tells me is fixable than you make that decision. But i don't think you'd go in there with any intent of the learning stuff from him. You said that. Same thing about shawn watson to. Why are you so it feels like you're a guy who's like we paid this guy. This guy's here let's hang. Is that because everybody's looking for a guy like that and if you have one that's go. I don't wanna be left with a chair. I mean i. i've lived life without a quarterback. You drive to the stadium on sunday. And you know you're gonna lose anyone have anything before we get into games all right. Let's get a games. We'll start here chiefs at dolphins. It's currently seven at faneuil. Fifty three percent of tickets on the chief. Seventy three percent of the money on the chiefs pat. You like anything on this game you know. Probably stay away from this one but the chiefs are a part of my super boost. Teas that put together. I got them at a pick them. Because i didn't seven point. Tease though miami things interesting you know that teams playing very tough right now but the chiefs are the damn chief so in any other year you could think maybe miami will get a hold of the chiefs. They've been in kansas city. You know but they're going to be locked down their hotel anyways so maybe the warm weather helps out the chiefs. Even where i. I don't love it either way but i do have the chiefs and a teaser mike. What do you think. I you know my my my line says this should be two point eight one and i'm gonna give you you're gonna give me seven on. Fifty is a total. So i'm gonna take miami. I think miami does have three corners that can cover so when you play the chiefs. You've gotta have you gotta have three players that can take away to you. Know you gotta have two guys to take away hill and one guy who can handle kelsey and i think miami has that and then that leaves one extra guy on watkins or whomever else they have involved and it becomes a little bit of a hard game for the chiefs especially when a mix zone and man. Josh boyer was in new england when they beat them in kansas city. Last time it before the conference before the champions at the championship game. I think the understand what they have to do how they have to rush mahomes with power on the edges. Not just run up the field. I the only thing that worries me about this game. Miami not covering in this game is to ability to make plays when the game speeds up to spec nola will come after my worry as i saw and i saw this this morning from greenie on get up in mahomes nine losses in his career as he scored thirty in every single one of those games and i just don't know to can keep up with the kansas city offense or because our can you candid miami. Dolphins defense hold him under thirty. Not a lot of people may have been able to play really good. The red zone like denver. Did you hold him under thirty. Two ways you gotta hold him under thirty. It'll turn the ball over like new. England did for touched out. Because if you do that. The game is guaranteed to be in the thirties. So you can't do that and then to you've gotta be able to play really good at a resident red zone. You can't let them before for four. The red zone company got anything on this one. I just think the gotta come out hot. The last few games against inferior opponents. They've started slow so they gotta come out hard if they got any chance at winning or covering this game all right next game. I want to talk about vikings going down to tampa bay's currently six and a half Sixty one percent of tickets are on the buck. Sixty four of the is on the bucks pat. You said early. Don't like this one just because you don't what the bucks are after the bye week. I have no idea what happened in the bye week if they had a good bye week. Where byron and tom and everybody kind of had a coup. By this. What i want to do with the offense is how i see. The offense gets people healthy. Get some rested on defensive side of the ball see what we did against the packers and a couple of games versus what we have been doing. If they were able to correct a lot of mistakes that they have in house during the bye week. Which by the way they could them. That is something that can happen then. We might see that bucks team that we always thought was potentially going to come. But i don't know if that happened or not. So i'm gonna take a week to see what the bucks are until i bet on him again and also you know. White cloth came on the show. Bet against them. But i'm not that in this one. But i am pumped to see how the bucks spent their by week was itself how was like. Let's pick something that's changed some things or are they gonna roll the ball out there and be the same god damn team. They were before boxer. Four an their last four games against the spread following straight up loss. Michael do you think about this. One was really on my board. You know i. I have at the number for me is a little because i'm worried my number for tampa's wrong. You know i. I feel like my number on tampa has been right i have him as hard. Power ranking so like i had this game where tampa was really significantly better than i had the line at six eight which matched the line now. Somebody else had delighted to five. That i kinda used to check my numbers so this this game kinda fell outside of what a game i could predict. I lean towards minnesota. If i had to take it but right now i'm not touching it i thought. Aj hawks had some interesting on on your show today. That if the bucks which i believe the bucks are still the top rushing defense in the league if they if they can stop davin cook and then they put it on kirk shoulders. It's never been a good recipe for kirk to win. Well we'll we'll we'll drink. Dunk has worked against the bunk. The buffalo that would be my guys. I'm just telling you. What what history turks. Primetime kirk if you don't look at history you're you're bound to make the same stays. Vikings four no against the spread their last four as an underdog there one four against the spread their last five in tampa game. That intrigues me. Very much so. Because i'm not sure what's going to happen. Tampa do at the by wiki. Mike did they here. Here's just fyi so my son is carolina. He had a by last week too and they were told by the league that if they did not take testing every single day it was a fifty thousand dollar. Fine day fifty. So nobody's doing anything. So people tested going home. I was soon they worked through the bye week. Then you can. I think you gotta give them off day off. So i think they probably have one practice and that was it. I'm thinking all benso right with byron tahmina that all mental and probably all conversation. But i would suspect that you know like a you know that. Maybe that's the coaches to. That's just not for the players that's for everybody. Leave the building. If you think about it. This way. I mean between thomas zell. They got a bunch of money. They could afford two hundred fifty thousand dollar fine to get away for the week. Yeah yeah but you know thomas me. He's got the money because he wants to do is routine every day. You know he's gonna do the same thing every day. You see they just look at the film and just say let's not throw the fuck deep ball anymore like it's not working. Well here's the munitions the perfect game right so minnesota's attitude on defense to simply this we're going to play cover two. We're going to force you to take the check down. We're going to force you to not thrown over our heads because we're going to not give up the big play and then on third hour. We're gonna get creative. We're going to do a lot of mike blitzes and cubs aa gap pressures. So we're gonna dare you. We're gonna make your take check out the bucks you're saying we're gonna throw downfield. This is a clash of philosophies. And no bruce he's going to try to call place to get down the field and if that does minnesota will cover easily. Don't you think there's a chance that during his by week tom and byron had a real coon by potentially about this. I understand this what this offense has been for a long time. But i feel like this is a way for us to succeed much better. Don't you think there's a chance that that happened. I do. I mean i i. Don't i think when the heat come when you say. A golfer swing when the pressure's on they revert back to the old swing. Tom has seemed a little cheaper and his In his interviews. This week. Bruce has to if they lose this game. They were possibly out of the playoffs. Maybe they went to Dannon smoke some odeon. Figured it out. Like nick foles did with his family. Maybe all right one more game. Want to talk about before we get to the picks in tampa i believe. I believe this is for the last seat in the playoffs in the afc. Colts Going to vegas. I was three this morning. Let me see if it still three s. it is still three The colts are getting. Actually the tickets are split fifty fifty. Oh shit but the money is ninety two percents on the colts so a lot of big money coming in the colts aligns not moving all that money on the colts in the wise not move. And what does that tell you. Michael that tells you this that that that that they think it's an even game. I mean i haven't at three point. Six eight you the lines three. My other numbers are three five eight. It's a point three wiggle room. This is me you gotta you know. You take the raiders or you. Don't take any of that. I think the raiders are toast. What i think they're dead. They did they did it. last year. they faded at the end of the year. They're two and five against the spread their last seven games in december. I love the colts here. They're four and against the spread their last four road favorite seven three against the spread their last tang gains as a favorite and they're fourteen insists against the spread versus team with a winning record. Their last twenty a game like this. I would tend to go towards the the diva better defensive team because the offense is seemed to be similar as far as output is concerned. So i was maybe lean cold pat. I'm not doing god damn thing this. I'm not doing it. I don't know it's colts are i. Don't think the colts pulsar. You know what i mean. It's like well. How's the oakland raiders dealing pretty good. Now they're soft on the edges. You know last year when they played philip rivers rivers threw a two hundred eight basically through in two games at four hundred sixty seven yards passing. You didn't turn the ball. I like the excuse me. I'm sorry wait a minute. That's wrong rivers threw for four thirty four at three turnovers in the two games they lost by two loss by seven probably was on third. Down rivers was six for twenty. One against the raiders defense last year. The raiders thirty league and getting to the quarterback. How do the raiders run their third down defense. They covered to then exotic third proud to do they. Twelve they're there. From the mike zimmer family. They tried to do the double gap mug stuff but they can't cover man to man so they of get they get trapped and people attacked them now in the injury level they think trip brown's gonna play abrahams go to play and and which trip brown's got to play the office of line play poorly last week so they they need him back and i. They're gonna get a couple of those guys back which i think certainly with jacobs's is questionable. Play too that's the key. They gotta get jacobs back into game. They had twenty five carries last week for like eighty three yards against the jets. I believe what i heard. Not great dot. Great knock great need more. It's getting the picture this week. Michael you go. I all right. Well i think the one thing i like. I like miami. But i like new orleans. I think number say new orleans against philadelphia. I i'm going to take new orleans. And you know i'm gonna take the giants. I think the giants are playing. Well i think that number fits me. And i think it's close enough that i can. You know i just gotta go by my board. I got the giants miami. And and new orleans. I got those Miami new orleans at seven and the giants at three. Yeah i got three. That's what. I have their yup seven and right not yet. We did have a little conspiracy wednesday this week. Mike you think you think The eagles maybe throwing in Hurts against the new orleans saints so he doesn't look good so it gives them excuse to not take the heat for for not doing anything with wentz next year. You know i. I mean that's a forty million dollars. They can't get away from it. I mean that's lock stock and barrel. You gotta fix the problem i. I don't underst-. I think they're going to win. So they're going to hertz desperation you know something. Springsteen has a great line and one of his songs he says. sometimes. I can't tell my current for my desperation. I think this is desperate not courageous. I love. I love how much you love birds. Both it just. It's part of your life for me. This technical on most of the things her life. How many times have you seen bruce lot. I saw him in florence italy with my wife. Brian baldinger and i were over there. It started breakdowns. Writedowns pit and was the greatest experience of my life. My wife still mad at me because it was her birthday celebration. I was singing italian. I was singing songs with fellow italians. we couldn't communicate until the song started on the six song until the thirty third when he played who'll stop the rain. It was the greatest night a happy birthday to your wife by the way the that night. What's up with brian boating. You i kim. I love all the all. The motherfucker won't phone me back on twitter. I'm forty five times bigger than he is given a lot of credit to him on there. You know i enjoy things aspect now. I don't know if i'm supposed to hate him or not. He he knows that fall is seen me follow him. He's nowhere near big enough to know that. I haven't followed him and it's just you know i think i've actually almonte show. He's good. Well yeah i. I enjoy breakdowns. I learn a lot from his breakdown. Energy that's why follow her about. They're not take care. I didn't know if i should hate him or not. I didn't know if that's the case. Isa he loves ball. He loves ball. Yeah that's what i learned. He teach me a lot of their their his his breakdowns are good. I learned a lot about. He loves bruce. I mean him. It's between bruce. And billy joel. For him i mean. That's that's really pretty and bob dylan. Those are the three things in his life at the table. Wanna go company was six and our last week ranked. Yeah each should've went first. That was my fault. You're good mike. He he actually requested I like to hear your numbers. He questioned before the show If mike ago before me and since he was six guys. So you should have i have. What are you got color code stew. I'm taking the giants and the points. I like that are knows owen. Five against the spread their last five giants seven against their last seven as an underdog and five in one against the spread their last six. I'm taking the colts for all the reasons i mentioned. Bang taking the texans at the bears taxes. Four no against the spread their last four against the bears. Bears are one and four against the spread. Their last five is an underdog and against the spread. Their last four overall shackleton's is half yep. I'm digging the saints. I mean the saints are covering machines. Eight no without breeze five and older last five five and all of their last five straight up four and all their last four is a favourite twenty four and nine against the spread versus teams with losing records their last thirty three eagles three and seven. It's spread their last ten versus a team with a winning record. And i just don't think hurts. Put up those numbers when the packers were playing event gun. I want to take the steelers. But i just can't do it. I can't pull the trigger on it with all. The injuries are not good for them. And i'm going against my nukes on this one. The nukes just walking in and traffic. Yep i'm taking the niners minus the three and a half. I liked that a lot third game at the end of a very long road trip for washington antonio gibson out and the twenty eighth ranked offense the niners defense isn't gonna get bitched around two games in a row depot. All them go on. I like the niners here to win. By touchdown may slightly concerned about the niner's not having anything to play for in a city where they can't see their families or anything like that and just a just just a. But i don't think shanahan in salah let that happen before dumpy said. The niners was actually staring at that game. And i was like them. Haignere's why like all of a sudden he's going against my nukes here. Is that all your stuff. Yeah hey guppy. Congratulations on an incredible week. Another one seven low in your last seven. That's eight and won. miss. The one on monday right. I held fucking run then. Oppo thank you so good week healthily. Cnn we had a talk and we just think maybe the ring is too powerful powerful for anyone to have it on a hand. We we tend to do better okay. Hey you don't even know the end of the season. You don't wanna wear the ring. no we're doing. Well let's keep it going. Okay all right team. I mean that pink is a lotta har. I like the giants as well for what everybody said just goes johnson cover machines and we have no idea what i didn't do. Then we might come back to get you but you never know I like the chiefs seven against my dolphins okay. I like them a lot I like the The green bay packers minus seven and a half against the lions like that one I like the saints as well. Mine are seven. I like the niners minus three and a half. I like the bills minus one and a half and like the cleveland browns. Plus two and a half say that went for you for monday. Headed pretty good about where i'm at i. I can steelers this entire season but the injuries hand josh allen unbelievable the other night i think after this game the steelers finally get like a full week. They comeback win the next week so somebody. I'm betting the steelers the bengals week. After badness steelers at with I got the cardinals and giants under i mean. They held seattle last week to basically nothing and caught mccoy. I believe is probably gonna start. So i don't think they're going to do much on that. So that's under forty five and a half there. Danny it in. I don't know it hasn't been decided. But if he is he's going to be a little bit limited with his legs. And that's not a good danny dimes. Absolutely no way. I liked the washington football team and the forty niners under there okay. Washington football team events been playing very well and like you said they're often stinks grumpy so we'll go that under forty three and a half there. That's a good bet there. Thank you thank you. I'll take the new orleans and philly. Under forty three we go good luck phillies score and much there. Good luck dude. And tastes has been good but i think they've scored more than twenty four. Okay and then the last one. Which i'm a little worried about is the jetsons seattle under just because i don't know if it maybe seattle opens it up a little bit. And they figure themselves out against the jets. And the jets the heartbreaking loss. But i still like to keep it under there because the total is forty seven and a half. Those are my four. Okay my super bowls just got released by fan. Okay good okay. So my super bowls by fan. Hey by group. that's by thank. You is seven point teaser. Okay got the giants at plus ten and a half nice. I like that chiefs minus a half a point. Basically beckham jets plus twenty and a half judgy like that. Mike i always took the took the jets plus twenty. Yeah i almost took the jetsons and thirteen and a half on my board. It's nine six. Two i should take the jets unofficial none of enough guts yet. A packers Minus a half as saints as a pick him in. That's boosted from plus two fifty up to plus four hundred fifty dollars. You win two hundred about that way. I love it. I like all of them all right. Hey i know you go new england so good luck. Thanks guys. I appreciate you. We'll talk monday. I see them but that's a good. That's a good boost juice. Pretty good about all two hundred bucks. Fifty bucks to hunch time for the holidays by the way giants. You know. they've got to play hard for the playoffs cheesecake. Play hard to try to get that one spot jets. Just the jets. Michael liked it. Packers straight up basically for the one spot. I can't wait to watch that. She's good weekend voice it is for survivor police. I'm out. how can i pick the steelers thuc. You didn't want to you. Were very as. I'd listen back today to see who everyone took you. Were very very iffy on it. You didn't want to do it. You kept looking at your phone and just kind of happened boston corner. After that bockel the titans put on last week. I'm gonna take them six and a half against the. Jags feel like that. Just little bounce back variable probably practice in full pads on his own so you feel good about the tights. There's a lot of really good. Plus or minus one point spreads is exactly seven and a half or the ones. I usually try and look forward because by touched out a division game tight end the poised blown out by the skycam at home. Let's go congrats. You survive around next week. Boxy feels good to being in week. Do this five for the first time. Last week i took my team the detroit lions. Gami me here so this week. I'll take my team again and take this plus two and a half. The number does nothing for you. Stupid pick last week. I took my team this week. I take my team just completely Sorry my fucking. You know my head after hearing that lombardi with baldy saw springsteen league. Just walking mush right now. But you gotta. We saw body coming out of the super bowl. Radio road heisman. The time of day talking dancing in the dark in italy take the packers minus six and a half again. They're gonna shit outlines light stink Nick is taking the browns foof cheese. All the turn had time. He gets plus three and a half there to say to pick. Gimme the colts down to call too. I like jay sound like that early. I really liked the colts. I think the giants bless them. Four for the giants in i am gonna take. I'm gonna take the packers six and a half as well like that pick. It's good pick. Yeah pick we always talk about how you know the the first week after you lose a coach. Don't bet against that team. second week. Dad feel free to feel free to take take a runner on them. Rogers indoors too. Oh yeah today any needs what four touchdowns get the forty s. I would make it sick. That's probably the first half he gets. God is still out what we're fully picturing. Forty bucks chelsea moneyline christian against everton. Yes one five away games in a row. All competitions unbeaten in fourteen in all competitions everton without hamas rodriguez and. They've only won one of seven in the epl chelsea's minus one thirtieth money line. That's great value and another great value. Here who's getting no respect on the books taught the money line. I know minus one thirty. They're playing crystal palace crystal palace. God's aw back to win last week. But they've been playing like dog. Shit taught unbeaten an eight away. League matches winning five of them and keeping clean sheets in sunny rules on fire. And their unbeaten in nine in all competitions sunburn happens with your in gareth bale team and takeoffs iowa plus two and a half home against wisconsin college football. What i also like iowa against wisconsin. Nobody likes iowa. Do i was hot. Getting points at all in. Wisconsin stinks to ruin their quarterback. They can't score anyway. I was a basketball school. Everybody knows that iowa is a dog. They wack football team at iowa. They don't even know how to fuck block anybody that they know they have no granny times say doesn't matter when or where fucking kirk boys will either play kannik. They'll play in fucking parking lot. They'll play underwater. They'll play on a beach. It doesn't fucking matter. No grit come on. I love that. Take fucking love that pin. You take the you are right. Iowa is a basketball school so maybe take them minus twelve and a half tonight against the cyclones. Michael western michigan utah. And that's good. Pick mizzou louisville army army navy this weekend. Unc wyoming georgia southern ucla. I'll tweet oh two butler again this weekend. Basketball football footy. And when i put it let's get some straight here. Can i give my picks. And i put out a thread. I get ten things. Thread of the reasoning. Why place. I will just put out my picks with no reason if motherfuckers are going to complain. We don't need okay. This guy's an atm need it fucking atm. I'll just give out if you want no reason at all and what you want my now no reason you're still going to get it. Hey man. I had a losing day in soccer last saturday for the first time in what three weeks you focus on soccer. Stop the college football basketball. All i do is look up games now. Do you think these nukes to show up out of nowhere. It goes home and sit on his couch for six hours a night. And you know when you find chattanooga wednesday at one. Am you wake up at eight. And they're at minus five. That's what we do. We put in work and find winners. You're welcome were hot and winters around here. But i do agree with some people that said you start focusing on things that you only win at. Why not why are wasting time elsewhere. And you said because degenerate five and one yesterday footy and college basketball. Does that make you feel makes you feel good to know you. We're hunting good luck to everyone is we can go play. Pats super boast over at faneuil. Sportsbook thank you. Fan hold on the records no af forgot about those. They're definitely not right now. I mean that's cool. We're creeping up rolled back to five owner been. Let's get back last week. Was forty and forty and i haven't lost a game. How does it come. Forty three and forty one town. You did lose one game. Which was lost. Something on monday san francisco. Yeah did you feel good about yourself into man. I'm on a fucking heater. Where the whole show were what we go sixteen and two last weekend five zero last night body's getting hot too in his like think he's i think he's four and won back to back weekends. What he's he's such a slow roll. It's gonna take a little bit for him to keep going. You know what i mean. Keep swinging baby. Got to keep swing hammer.

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Stop Surrounding Yourself With Bad Music

The Playbook

07:40 min | 1 year ago

Stop Surrounding Yourself With Bad Music

"It feeds you. Feed it if it bleeds. You get away from it. This is entrepreneurs the playbook doing the wrong things. Here's my new analogy of what what I was doing. It and I really believe this. I saw a thing from Einstein today about. I'm going to read this off to you guys I love quotes and Coats Stein. Stein is always one of the best but it says everything is energy and all that there is to it match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help get that reality if you could be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics. So here's the I and I nailed it with this. You turn on. I've teenage daughters. I turn on the radio and listen to steal pollster something that I like like you know for ells happy song and then the girls switched the station to some song that I don't like negative vibe song. I don't like words. I don't like the music as much. I don't listen to that song. I fight if I have to listen to the two at once. I'll allow because I'm good data. I sacrificed for my kids. But he's seriously bugs me because bugsy right it bugs you. Would you listen to that song all day. It would be almost physically impossible for me. That's how much it would bug me. And then when you do it all week I told you. Hey eight hours today you gotta listen to the to that song. It would almost be Chinese. He's torture like water dripping on your forehead exhausted what I believe people do is. I don't know why they do it. They're surrounded himself with bad. Add songs and it makes them feel bad and yet it's not as appearance because vibration or song is so easy to be aware of that. We're around people that don't make us feel good the same way as song doesn't make us feel good okay for lifetime. Sometimes I don't. They don't want to hurt their feelings. A frequency like says it's physics so two years before my bankruptcy I was surrounded by bad music bad music man and I won't change the station so my wife told me the change the station right to change the station the best advice you can give your children. It'd be you show them your friends and I'll show your future future. So changed the station. I changed the station. Starting meditating started doing all so although the bankruptcy was most hard on my wife and my children because of all the shit that happened the reason I went bankrupt was an evolution because I surround myself with bad music and I became a bad transmitter right. I'm receiving bad music and giving out bad music so I started making bad assumptions not paying attention. My awareness went way down because my vibration wade out when you're awareness is up. Oh Bad music. When you're wearing this is up? You're like you know what maybe I should go ask for help or I should look more into this. Because what if the banks. I'd you a portfolio over one hundred million dollars. I assume the bank will let me borrow. I let my eagle away lawsuits. I had friends. That were nippy apple-eating me. I allowed them to accountable. Bad using bad music bad music and I had to go through transformations of that. Transformation was occurring by time in a Baker Z happen. The hardest part was telling my mom lost her house and also working through all the Eagle Base things of shame blame justification which took another nine years of getting out of that realm of completely energetically being accountable. I used to lie people. Best thing that are like you say it's eight I would say it. I was coaching. Sometimes I felt like that but like one of the guys I was in a lawsuit with I ca. I remember going home and we saw him somewhere and I was like you know the Buddha that was becoming on the oh I prayed for his happiness which I did. The best thing ever happened to me but like inside. It's still the. Oh my God no and then I got home and I like to dream about pulling off his fingernails. INPUTTING BASS go on it. You know there was anger there. I'm human a little bit but now like later on just so you know the same guy. I saw him at a football game and with pure energy I went up to him. And I'm like man I just had. He was terrified. He's ready for sucker. Punch yeah I think I want to tell you. Thank you so much. You changed my life without pure energy and he felt I felt. I didn't I didn't care about his fingernails. Okay in cringe from the touch of his hand. Yeah it was really so I don't make bad decisions and neither do you. What I believe is through awareness by doing the right things by playing the right music? which are books podcast people? You know all the things that you surround yourself. It's just not as easy to understand music so I started playing all the right music so I play that ferrall hobbies. I love that Song I heard it the first time before it was famous and it just hit me and I just looked so like I picked up two minutes. I do three miles. I picked up two minutes three miles three miles. 'CAUSE I will run. I will run push to if I too hard. Ed pull the Hammy but I was running. I was like this is weird. I feel feel like there was a whole minute. Faster the first mile and I'm like slow down slow down like but no I spent it up into another half minute for it. It is but all because the vibrations then what happened was with the girls they put on. I don't know that I won't say the musicians aim but it was like literally. It was like literally early when I saw that guy that I was in the lawsuit with music on. That's how bad music the bad song. Yeah I wouldn't no no the name because I don't I have no interest in it doesn't exist to me. I don't know the name of the song but it was really bad negative. And it's like a cringe-worthy got it and so I started going to. Why do I surround myself with the wrong music? Why did I do this? Why but secondly as the assumptions? One of the key lessons that I learn from it is I make good decisions that Matt that Max Majority of the people big decisions. What do we do? We make assumptions using make bad assumptions. Because we don't ask for help so I made a bad assumption that I could borrow against my equity little. Did I know that banks would rather keep my property. Let me borrow it at that time. Because they were going under so appears in the shoes of a maker. I got this property with forty million dollars of equity. Why would I give you any of it? My banks going under. I'm under no obligation to let you borrow it. Go find another bank. Let you guess what the other banks weren't hitting physician and they weren't letting me borrow it because they felt that forty million in equity is going to be less and they rather take the chance that hey we're gonNA foreclose on this property of you don't make your payments and try to get out of it at a profit and I did even in my bankruptcy that people got out of my properties with profits But I needed if I needed a new station. A new whole setup frequency the hang out with your right and I tell you to for that reason if it feeds you feed it if it bleeds you you get away from it. It's a bad song by hope. You enjoyed this week's episode of the playbook as much as me on a personal note. I just wanted to thank everyone for making the playbook such a success excess. Don't forget to continue it by sharing subscribing and listening to your favorite episodes this Dave Meltzer with the playbook.

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Summer Reset

CNN's The Daily DC

13:19 min | 2 years ago

Summer Reset

"Wc thrill ride that will change forever some sundays nine pm on cnn tired of spending hundreds of dollars for prescription glasses visit xeni today at xeni dot com slash cnn everyone i'm david chalian the cnn political director and this is the daily dc thanks so much for listening today on the podcast the summary said that the stage stage of the race for the twenty twenty democratic nomination we seem to be in the fallout from that first debate was clear saw that in the polls so that and the kennedy interaction what's happening now as we turn pass the fourth of july holiday activity on the trail this campaign this race for the democratic nomination is going through a bit of a reset before the candidates arrive in detroit afford that second debate and here's what i mean by that few data points for you one elizabeth warren's baso so fundraising quarter the learn campaign clearly was looking for a moment of their own to make this news and they got it by waiting out be other top four competitors buddha judge biden sanders harris all put out their fundraising numbers ready and morning waited for her own moment in the sun today up by announcing that her campaign in the second quarter raised nineteen point one million dollars and here's the thing is you know about elizabeth warren it's all grassroots fundraising as she has made a central part of her campaign message in her appeal to democrats she does not spend time behind closed doors talking some millionaire fat cats in big ball rooms doing traditional fundraising she has sworn off that the campaign and she has made it an entirely i early grassroots driven operation and there is a big question mark when she announced that at the beginning of the year if that would work this is more than triple what she raised in the first quarter sylvie ability to do it has now been proven and of course why is this happening well if you look at elizabeth warren's second quarter in this race that is when she began to move and get her foothold into the solidified top tier of this race as it stands at the moment this matches the momentum she was building over that second quarter camila harris as you saw she raised just shy of twelve million for the quarter her campaign says a little left and she raised in the first quarter about even but just under seems what she posted for the first quarter and remember we learned she raised two million dollars online justin the day after the debate so her number could have been a lot lower had her debate performance not been as good as it was which kind of mirrors her overall standing in the race a bit more static that we had seen prior to her big break out debate performance this warren number though not only did she best harris but she puts up a number of bigger than bernie sanders be other massive growth grassroots fundraising monster in the race who is in eighteen million dollars for the quarter that's it's no small thing this battle for warren versus sanders over the progressive left and who can carry that mantle all the way through these nominating contest this is gonna be with us for a while they're both gonna be properly fund it all the way through that seems pretty clear but it also seems clear that they are splitting their splitting the financial resources in this grassroots democratic army out there i mean add their numbers together you're in nearly forty million dollars that is almost entirely just online small dollar donations between those two left wing canada it's a warning sanders and then you see them battling in the polls is well and so this undercurrent of of of warned versus sanders clearly going to continue as both of them obviously are trying to top of the front runner joe biden but this is about this wearing number is part of this summer reset of the campaign she's not just moving in the polls she's moving on money she has built eight pretty substantial organization especially in iowa you go down the list of sort of campaign metrics and elizabeth warren is hitting her marks that's one dynamic in this summer reset other is the big joe biden speech this weekend in south carolina where he really now trying to turn the corner and i think he successfully did so for the most part from constant defense he's been playing for the last two and a half weeks ever since at that new york fundraiser he used the example full of those two segregationist democratic senators that he opposed their views but worked with them and raised it up as an example of a bygone era of civility and progress in the senate he was never really praising those segregationist nation asked but he clearly been on the defense ever since there have been demands from his opponents for apologies he refused to do so until finally he did so this weekend and i think it is really intriguing to look at how biden did this he talked in south carolina about an apology for misconception and apology that misconception may have led to some people being hurt by his remarks he didn't apologize for working with those blue dog democrats and i'm not sure that people were demanding that have him cory booker very much except in joe biden's apology reminded everyone that at one point in this process biden is demanding an apology from cory booker that never made any sense but nonetheless he accepted the vice president's remarks comma harris has also said that she appreciates the fact the vice president's scene to express and understanding that his words did indeed cours harmon hurt to some people as she noted on the debate stage in miami but that of course didn't stop her from still going at him for saying they still have very different positions on how they viewed bussing policy back in the seventies when comma harris was benefiting from it as a young student the notion that this was about bussing policy i think it's pretty much a distraction in many ways what would this whole harris versus biden exchanged words about in my mind with comma harris trying to take on on the front runner ain't land they blow to show democrats that she could take on v older white guy on the stage andy do so successfully so that democrats could start seeing her as somebody who could potentially take on donald trump if she wouldn't be the nominee in november twenty twenty this was about her trying to seize national focus moment that a debate gives you an show inability to score points on a big dog in the race and i really think this was this was geared at chipping away at joe biden's salida hold on the notion that he is the one that could defeat donald trump most easily by the way by and got another a poll out this weekend from nbc news washington post that shows he is the one of all the top five tested against trump who is far and away the most likely the defeat donald trump in these early general election matchups other for their in a dead heat there basically in statistical tie with trump but in the poll by as a ten point lead on trump again front election that is a little less than a year and a half away that people are not really focused on those choices yet but but nonetheless it's yet another selling selling point provide and say look here i am the one that can beat donald trump so what kamala harris is trying to do in that debate with chip away at that now with the folks trying to do is call into question comma harris his commitment and discipline to her position she staked out on the debate stage because as you know she said last week and i were well this could be a tool in the tool kit of dealing with issues around integration she'd been clarified that to say we don't have in modern day twenty nineteen the same kinds of school immigration issues that existed back in the sixties and seventies and and therefore there was still in her mind eight disagreement with joe biden about that you know nineteen seventies position and on bussing will see how much that debate continues to play out but what what's clear is that biden use this moment to not only apologized but to guard against the coming attacks on the ninety four crime bill on the bankruptcy bill really trying to wall off his long legislative history and focus everyone's attention on his eight years is brock obama's vice president any lean more heavily into his association with brock obama this weekend then he has at any point dayton this race and i would imagine we're going to see more of that from joe biden he employed that line finally that hillary clinton employed back in the two sixteen twenty sixteen race against sanders which is you know she said at the time when sanders went after her hey he picked it'd be secretary of state i'll trust his judgment even though he deferred with me on rock biden used the same line this weekend saying you know what brock obama and a team of lawyers vetted all of my history all of my remarks they went through with a fine tooth comb and he he picked me i'm gonna trust his judgment about anyone else's and you know to a democratic crowd that is a potentially a very successful message so we have the biden apology yes it may have taken two and a half weeks but showing that he has the ability to move from defense the offense his campaign and the kennedy himself foreshadowing a desired coming fight over medicare for all vs perfecting obama care he's eager to get in that fight a showing his ability to turn the corner here with a forceful defense of his record's was an important part of this summer reset as well end obviously we are also learning that this field is going the shift throughout this summer today we're getting word that eric swallow twelve the democratic congressman from california is expected to drop out of the race a he'll announce his own decision and reasons why but obviously he is not gain much of any kind of traction in this race she tried very much to have a debate moment that would propel him forward word when he went to joe biden said time to pass the torch that fell flat it seemed and didn't work end according to the dnc rules even those photos already qualified to be on the debate stage it looked like according the tie breaking rules set up by the dnc that he may actually be bumped by montana governor steve bullock offered the debate stage in detroit and therefore we may lose out on an opportunity to be before tens of millions of people and try and get a foothold so young democratic congressman from california's air soil who last week cancelled of july fourth holiday trip to new hampshire and now has a press conference a set up later today in california looks like he's going to be exiting from this race a he may just be the first some folks may hang on through that detroit debate where they have an opportunity to be on the big stage but after that when the debate stage basically gets window to one in the threshold double firm what's required for the qualifications and his money begins to dry up you're going see a lot of candidates in this race throughout august 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Terminator Salvation vs. Terminator Genisys

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Terminator Salvation vs. Terminator Genisys

"Seriously man you and me we're fucking done professionally. Hey everybody welcome to the underrated salvation made thirty three hundred and seventy one point four million wow scrub four hundred and forty million dollars finished last it's always better but listen sometimes getting D- Superior Genesis because we save best for You go last lots of probably not true anyway let me we we should do the underrated one and then Derek brought up salvation and I was kind of a genesis you mean more unrated one superior one so that's how we got banks office and especially critically with salvation getting a thirty three percent rotten tomatoes and genesis getting a twenty five how many elaborations of friends and podcast is comprised of Allan and Fred Torres a saw a Areola Ortiz. Hello and me Derek macduff we also have Klingon money but like they also had huge buds timber genesis was like one of the most expensive movies ever made Celia neither one of them let's see aww movie so let's let's like this so we'll go with salvation for as you talk about the plot and just kind of go into like what you guys liked about it and then we'll episode because we are having to films go head to head bubble BUMP UP ABOVE PUMP death battle I've seen all of them but when quick thing how much you're moving mega the box let me pull I don't no neither the made a lot of money technical aspect of it technically Arnold Schwarzenegger was in the other movie more yes that is our statements go around and contact Joe who is not here for this podcast shout early in the laboratory loudhailers Manos but today's episode is going to be a very special normative rehashed doesn't feel like oh but what we took terminator again like this feels like a completely different thing it's not like Oh we're going back in time sending someone to kill him stop do it but Jones did have a bigger budget yeah John was bigger is always better start off with the Anna citizens now both these films though were meant to start new terminals terminated trilogies and went failed starting with salvation salvation falls directly from the events the Terminator Three were Judgment Day does come to pass and you see it is kind of a post doc elliptic world which is something that I really appreciate is I like when movies are like okay instead of just doing the same thing again we're going to give you another kind of movie this is doesn't feel like the realization let termeer salvation is a fantastic terminator fan made war movie I say made because this was it's considered uh-huh no relation to Richardson and those films are Terminator Salvation and Terminator Genesis which I why I thought it was okay like I thought it was underwhelming for me just because like I was I was actually super hyped because I was like all we're finally getting in the end kids can kinda tough but then you gotta just flex on the fucking haters and then it's all over let me get the more you now what did you guys like salvation at all in terms of of action I consider him as a better Michael Bay yeah especially during that time when he was like big so John Connor story the movie was supposed to be about just kyle and the character marcus with John Having a cameo but Christian that the battle been talking about for three movies yes crazy worse humans are fighting you know kyle reese's from John Connor is rum abs- something's later on you say about that the yes the this one you know it does this one does follow directly from the events of tomato three down to this because Alan and I had a solid disagreement I hadn't seen genesis on at the time I have now seen it I seems ovation at Genesis mm-hmm but so so going off of that with the difference of tone I actually like midway of my rewatch of it for this podcast I came it better than what it could it could have been just marcus because because you have that dynamic between connor and this who has every right to hate terminator I'm sorry what are bad so I do not share with my client to okay but and what's more important is watching his on by watching Amazon prime watched it I found out some trivia that it wasn't actually going to be TV show kind of evolved into of of like you know going against your programming and defining your determine destinies but it's a story that wanted to watch the first terminator like like you said of we're finally getting real fast critics to start at one thing okay we we started this because we were both we brought up his terminator dark field was come out and we're like all right if you know Mickey which is considered like the better version of a of James Bay James Michael Brown ah singer rooms 'cause I know back then gene javelin the original Terminator Terminator Two went to Hell even even or even any of them right I'm just going to go like this the scene you get in genesis is what and then Marcus forcefully created terminator to exist and it kind of furthers that court theology that terminators end the Sarah Chronicle has was reading up on it a independent kind of separate from like the big studio paramount and all that and it was produced by bill who was offered the role of market I wanted to play John so because of that because who wouldn't want to play John fucking connor genesis yeah so it was like a war movie so like the opening scene in genesis it's all lasers and stuff like that if you guys have seen Terminator Iowa and the series is going to be rebooted once again with terminator dark fate both films also were somewhat underwhelming or unwilling it's nine oh we're we're kind of like a rooting for the home team yeah this is like a fun come robbery rivalry peanut gallon it is heavy with with Marcus character like it's heavy like almost like to the point where I'm like a it's like a almost like a I don't even know how to explain like battle so distracting with all your friends you can look at your partner over here look I'm I'm I'm trying to be positive positive the Disney cartoon and then being Dumbo the live action which is your guys as movie Oh really liked so as you both between both characters this year and that's what it was rewritten to have more Connor Century again I think that it actually made it a bit more so however it happened it works to the movies it's like how the Sharpton Work and Joss you see less of the shark in jaws and that's why it's Steven Spielberg wanted to have way more shark but the robot so going back to that warm movie it felt more real to me than genesis it didn't feel like it's kind of like sci fi like Bibi open the future aspect now the after Post Judgment Day and all that Sun and for me I just was like I mean let's go into the plot along with the plot because team when I like actually that this is the only movie that doesn't really have a lot of Arlington because it feels like sometimes arnold can be like a crutch for these movies where it's just like this one it's like he's I think he's a teenager and we'll get into that yeah born about judgment like a year maybe before Judgment Day like white around that and then I guess Jenny Lever He's been a gallery does feel like it's Kinda movie with a subpoena it's like being the cartoon like the the gravitas of their war in the other one because what you've been seeing over and over again the robots and that's what I'm trying to do in the movie because at the time he couldn't or was it that they were going to do the whole time I'm just saying I'm just saying because it wasn't in the movie right and that's why they use the skin but what I'm saying it just didn't work so there's less of it and I think regardless of the reason whether it was planned or it was just because they couldn't do it because you know Arnold was the governor I think it really works to this movie's benefit you've got like his his cameo well I listen to but we don't have governor when I hey I love Arnold they do in salvation it's right after this kind of thing happens and he's born and so they they both follow that this story but we'll get into like yeah great benefit but I think that it would have been as a bad t. one eight t eight hundred still because that's where it canonical were is the part that you like did it happen because Arnold wasn't in the movie and they decided well we're just GONNA skim and we're GonNa make them the full Bagai was that something that was all along going to happen I want to say is I really appreciate about salvation is that they would hint up things and terminator to be like somebody would say the line you know and it'd be like little things like oh like the isn't like oh we're going to like completely redo the stuff we'll give you a little bit of flavor but it's not gonna be this is this is what I wanted to just ask is it because Arnold wasn't going to be very much Marcus Center Authority but that's why I was gonna say that was the one thing that I had and it's not a negative one thing I did notice in that movie is that Arnold in the movie they probably were going to use them like every would've bitingly might've Pepsi's bad guy as also I think it Tanega but he's still a bad guy in this one like he was in the first one like when you turn it comes out he's not let me finish because he is like see comes out and he's still like in two thousand six's technology nine two thousand nine because it was because it was right after dark night because Christian bell was big Holy Shit like Christian Bale is incre like everybody in this movie are like I would say the best performance definitely has an incredible cast of later for the weather genesis talk but Yeah I mean I feel like I of course having Arnold actually be there would have been but like fucking Anton Yeltsin is so goddamn good in this movie and then you have Bryce Dallas Howard she's great she takes over as the wife from Claire Danes who played in three I think kinetically does work like you were saying because like at this time it's kyle reese is a is a t why don't know if he's a teenager or like a we're going to genesis that's one thing that justice has over is that genesis in turmeric in the first terminator he does say that John Connor Sebnem as a kid I pooh-poohed thing but obviously there so far in the future that's where we're at a little bit glossed over when I'm trying to say is like but he doesn't know those all the movies you always get the small snippet this small thing ah for Terminator Salvation I mean you have Antonio Y'all recipe Yeltsin my boy like him as calories incredible you're never going to be that performance so are kinda different on when he was born in the different like they kind of like changed when he was born I think you know because he was born after genesis I mean after this guy nothing happened zero last year but yeah nobody I'm saying what I'm trying to say is that we really feel on or no no what I'm trying to say is that you really feel that war seemed like the war like on and reliable is above dude and they just kinda like took like nineteen or the the first Terminator's kind of Arnold look good we are I don't I don't really like how they keep using they're doing the same thing dark fate and they didn't like oh he's old now because I'm just like just Gimme the original but like Jerry eight hundred like scars them up and you get he gets the scars that he had in the beginning the prologue and Terminator one like I love all that stuff they just like this little Hanson Oh my God I love common we've got these honest guys common they're in Skynet they're going to these places just gives you a little bit more of a we'll get to that we're going but but around the only the only difference in the movie in this last one that changes storyline is when they go to the past to change him as a character he was still he's all the same story in every Christian bill in his early days while like around that time he sometimes would do it too especially when he was doing that gruff voice from like Batman and I love Sam Worthington loss he's not lost weight isn't he along he's on us really at the time but where's he why he came on John Were Sam who had since last Worthington okay I 'cause I was getting mixed up with Sam Huntington Okay Sam Worthington has an act at with at least anything but then marcus right what's his name cooking and Worthington this is the best usually the scene was in does that sound accurate but we're saying this is also set in like like twenty twenty we're both of them at the same time like accidentally slip their accents and like oh my gosh that's just one gripe that I had but it's any does it a bit here where that accent would slip in so there's one scene in in the river where where Marcus Saves John Genesis in the original movies he was born after sky nickname is the same kid twelve hours which is like out talking once again as a scientist like with that much force in that much and gained pulled out it he everything but very little in common as a as a rapper and things like that yeah but like let's be real like how much did he really people and stuff like an all roles you've got my com side doing the Michael I'm Michael Ironside and I'm the commander and then coming Communist fucking grade right right no no I get it and I said that we have background check rigor to of movies that are based like years today this lake on top after dark dagger after Batman begins doesn't like speaking of Christian Bale in a dark faith will the did audition as well I mean they just got like a lookalike body w arnold like this dude he actually looks like theme for Batman No yeah he lived in like it was okay it's better than Justice League I was kidding that's what I gotta say they probably if they have what they have now for like de Aging back then they probably would have gave you young the same way that like Ryan witch and the wardrobe draws the same parallels like to looks like he at the very beginning of the movie he dies on literally across right Sedarat let's get into what we you know what made this movie our favorite out of the tuna go ahead and start off you're saying about you think also one thing I want to mention that I don't know if you appreciate this allen but you know who did the score for this movie for Salvation handsomer knows your Danielson Danielson that is he's incredible Christian bill was that through original nomadic I I think he's way better than the honestly out on like Mike no offense to Michael biehn liner but I also really liked the kind of story of Marcus right because it's very much that classical Jesus storyline redemption Elliott it shows up in everything shows up in Narnia shows up in loss shows up in this shows all you can eat shows up at fucking robocop as a woman in science I did like that ask I liked the pardon genesis where they're like here's the classic Terminator and they're like here's the classic Terminator and this one I I like that I don't like Oh we have the kind of his excuse why looks ah that that ending though is kind of like a bit over the top impossible especially in the conditions that were in it impaired in genesis when in that scene where John Saves Kyle is the beginning but yeah for me it just felt like it just for me it just for me this makes more sense because it's like how how plausible he gets resurrected and the movie he gives it literally gives his heart to save humanity okay so every that's like a common thing that's like you know the the quote Unquote Christ Metaphor yes I think good really quickly get that like oh they're they're together kind of thing hidden him in her and I'm John Connor art considered as a force with the podcast is a podcast where we discussed the film's we feel are underrated underappreciated or the ones that have just slipped under the radar and passed most people by this show is action yeah I think the action is definitely more believable especially if we're taking it like that Judgment Day happened in nineteen ninety seven a good like war grit it's on its own I feel like this does work as a great post apocalyptic movie like I really liked posts he's you know he is going to be kind of the future he's not there yet he's still just kind of a low ranking official he's is kind of seen as like his because he's committees and I think that this one kind of like is just hits all the beats that I wanna see in this kind of movie there's like this evil oppressive thing there's kind of like a crazy and and I get the argument with them being like well it's it's should be more futuristic because that's how the the the beginning of of Terminator one was and it would it be that the rebels get all this technology along with guidance you know it would be understandable sky then it has all technology and and he's the cool twist at the end you know you don't really know to trust this guy who thinks the guy he's actually machine I know that was like you know you can kind of tell what's going on I like the prologue word sets all that up you got the Helena Bonham but it is John John Gets stabbed through the heart he's seemingly slips through yeah but yeah just that he seemingly lives like a slew line of like this is marcus right story haven't seen him again he's GonNa he dies at the end you're never gonna see them again it's Kinda history but you do still have you know the John Connor elements in this movie was good for the little scenes that he came on I mean come on let's be real like me get out but once in a in any of his roles of slip my name is marcus right yeah really hard by the thing you don't think it would like I dunno got messed up so now also pardon which comes back a sky net I think it does just a really good job while being in this larger Terminator Universe of being good self contained story and having like Birmingham so huge back in that time Dr North that there was something before that because I never saw loss so I assume he's probably from loss or something so you know revolutions before they had lasers it's you know it's still it's not well I mean I mean we only got like a sense of like those early days yeah but if you blew during our but he can't let go of that he he did it once again he Sam Sam the grass fire has just skyrocketed mental a better data the Superman score though that's fine jam in though none yeah but yeah well here's here's Ano- that you're let's go science the guys heart gets punched right Dell's prophet and then also while we didn't get the Arnold Schwarzenegger of it all in salvation unfortunately we get there's already been word out that he is the prophet yeah believe full belief on it yeah people are just like John Connor originally from this company that's made by home burdens Carter character and then it gets bought by Skynet and so on and so forth and then genesis changes that ancient confusing branching thing is the thing is is like and the Terminator series I it has a almost like a linear line till the two with this whole machine going against its programming and like that is wasn't a character that was Arnold Schwarzen- we'll miles dyson miles dyson mt too so in your salvation they just completely changed branching timelines but Terminator Genesis you get that but it's still it's it's Guardian who it's kind of a yeah we can all agree that three is not great guys what's okay that's fine it's okay it's not going to be reason we're not there was a general in the army that looked like him like that was arnold but he had like a southern accent seen that seat if it's really cringing going off a little little changing right now the main takeaway is that Judgment Day happens you meets he meets his wife and that's pretty much it yeah sprint tell of Skynet in that we get kind of like more of a origin of Skynet and I being made by well that's it Oh the where are you actually think that deleted scene reveals UAE the t eight hundred eight hundred is a is Arnold Schwarzenegger no no no no no because all of them and it's like it was the son of the guy who blew up versus free will kind of thing and then you get a bit more of like well both both salvation in genesis have like talk about why you like it is Genesis Genesis genesis like a lot of things celebration and three one time line but guess what yeah I do I starting over appreciate that like like we said like these are technically salvation doesn't data continuity genesis I want to give up the floor now who are cool let me to dismantle your whole career a you know just really solid warm we great acting I like that you know we kind of like saying before it advances the lore like okay this is this judgment day apocalypse I heard about so much we get a whole movie devoted a prologue and it keeps the theme of of like I was saying with that started pretty much with terminator exists it existed at one point it doesn't exist now I like that because the same way of saying if you like that movie that could be your movie but this is the story we're going with right now yeah so does this weird like good job bold doctor who read calm I really liked the concept yeah I was like why was this in because I'm sorry but anyways back to back to you genesis said hey you know what we're just going to go all the way back to t- to and start from there so you t one t two are all in the continuity of genesis yeah yeah so I'm TV I'll watch it works in the way of progressing the story along but that's about it now like three for being takeaway just we shall determine chronicles is another time this is just another young trauma but the way I feel like every not Tim Miller has said it's not they started doing this whole I you know what T. three my says a bunch of stuff g three messed up they try to fix it ovation and instead what they did when they came out with you of like yeah there's all these different timelines I don't know if I agree with the execution but I really really liked the idea of Oh this is just like another time line what you saw in salvation was a time line would you saw the in salvation for example he doesn't save him it was the other we don't really get a we literally only get like maybe two minutes of the John Connor for what I fell is for salvation that story is still going to continue he the war is not over they say like Oh yeah you destroyed this this base but anything after this I have no idea this never you know there's no no legends attell after this so it's cool that they way they did it was that's Kinda got wise salacious because now it's finally post Judgment Day kind of thing like trying to come back like Matt Smith plays like the awesome almost three yeah the only thing that I wish it was kept in Terminator Three was actually deleted scene candy auguring because this is what I feel every time they do a new timeline they're recounting the old stuff and just kind of tossing it in the trash there's not time is just literally going like this last a recent exam at like he's supposed to like he's supposed to this is it's his best friend they follow the T. One storyline he's supposed to be there and then he goes I'm standing you now to go be you get salvation almost like starts to change well Jeez after t to college right after t to when I already knew what you were going to do college you do it now to to basically fix it because if you are kind of essentially the main guy that's GonNa stop me why not make you US yeah yeah and that's why I'm okay I'm okay with this movie doing that because it literally goes back to one until if you watch those and it's where teeth this should have been T. three says a pretty much the plot is like yes so they think Hillary spending time so they're like hey you're going my mom but now everything's different it's not what it was supposed to know okay that was the San Francisco Genesis is all or like Scott it's always based in San Francisco all nudes so this kind of continuing to and it comes right after teach you exactly and all the mistakes it doesn't come out of t t Dan without telling him that's what happens he won this is the same story go your mom but over the future but over here he doesn't I in Lake in like that so and then Calgary showing up I still I didn't cover shows up in the nineteen eighty four t one I thought that was so sick where it was like of Kyle Reese relationship in these vision though was trying to build that up that's the thing that that did add the clarification uh-huh and then that's why you get that branch off time line of him going back in time and things just being different being t three thousand they flip it on its head instead of Zahra being the the one that's Oh my God it's Kyle who comes out and goes gay I don't get it what are these wiser embodiment of like skype and he's like the tea like five thousand years I'd know which again already leg 'cause my boy Matt Smith Eleven doctor and all that in the in these movies and they continue okay so I if I can say there's one thing that I liked about t- to was the progression plot and he almost says the same thing right before right when he goes back right when calories was back that's where it stops in the future and he even says this is as far as I know shopping because happening is Skynet gets wise right because it's almost every terminator movie you've seen you've only seen it up to the point of the the like you see old man terminator two that's why exactly it's a hand Logan Co goes up against the young terminate and just beats the share of him the progression of how the terminator itself almost learns some kind of like emotional like maybe it's not full on human and then in the same vein in genesis there terminator also it seems like overtime do we have multiple we go to the main skynet they went to know it's no so vision they went to one big B terminator instead Sarah Connor gets way ahead of time when she's like a little girl and she's like back wasn't it John Connor who sends back in I don't know theme that had become terminator after t to is that going against the programming of the machine that I like a lot of time travel where like you're expecting original footage cows footage were like the eight hundred the first Arnold machine goes anybody turned it on and he's just like why can't do anything unless you tell them in his like we what those yeah unless you tell me unless John Connor gives me a command I'll distress but it gives you that feeling of like we flipped on its head you know what the folks won't shut up and get in the car let's go you're coming for the ride with US instead of us with you yeah and then you know about this this movie to okay well that's pretty easy that's on a different subject one time travel thing but what I like you know with John Connor has however I want I lift up your foot lifts it up and he's like Oh shit I've got my own terminator now in this in Genesis though the sky is the machine that gained sent he ends but this is the sentient machine gaining emotion that makes sends a he he they catch Arnold Terminator the eight hundred and then he reprograms on himself that's why there's a whole scene where he's just like don't the one thing I will say is like she's not as good as Linda Hamilton who does a good job amilcar was great she was fantastic and I just the bridge is the best thing Australian every fucking I feel like I've seen a million movies where the Golden Gate Bridge destroyed NBA Games but okay gone and he like goes up to fucking close and boats game over man and all that fun sawmill pants again yeah that was like genesis even more powerful so you know I mean I think the reason why we like it too because we grew up watching you know like enemies and comic book stuff so Ai Typing in this one the sun takes over which which you think it was all the sons doing right but it's not because we all find out it's the John Connor begins to get some kind of because she is getting him earlier she hasn't because originally was split like and T- to John Connor gets the The Guardian you always see like the villain always gets stronger they have to power up and just like the eight hundred himself he gets empower but the end of the movie he becomes like a t. one that there was all these different things were like it's already like from the Geico Adam and then the T. One thousand shows up already they're like Whoa Whoa Whoa we're going on that android and then it even makes more sense because they're like well integrated to your you know your networks your TV's your phone probably didn't want to have the same ending because then you always go over again all nice job guys but at the same time it's because you don't say who sent him back right no mystery that inflammation is classified thousand thing is kind of like bothered by because I was like Feta's knocking oh no no no I know but I'm saying maybe we'll find out instead of them trying to keep this a secret maybe it'll be like t- to where we get to find out what's going on Oh character kind of like you know sacrifice himself but in this case I kind of felt like it was needed should've because it was a lead up of his degration and then what I what I like is it goes from t t to to this one is t- to they use buildings building county in liquid terminator why do you have a drink if lives on its head instead of the woman being now like it wasn't the original tea won the won the Damsel in distress almost like for a quick second I'm not saying that he's a Damsel looks like the whole building came down and it just so happens that would you would call his nucleus or whatever or are they made a is like his main is actually still safe sir connor like you're expecting her to be like t. one generally what's going on and this one she's just a total bats start in this she was fucking great bill so I see any of that was one thing also a problem for me is that like and I'm not one for like the the hero baton that delivering line now and so that that on its own just that is something refreshing I think in I want to the geneticists Orleans so much but obviously continues on that because most likely the progress has some kind of fucking terminator back again there's going to be one of those we'll see we'll see but yes the whole thing is like they're trying to feed your skin and you know it's going to evolve into genesis spoilers skynas not gone at the end of that movie if you watch a little credit credit and then you find out that him telling himself as a kid 'cause he has to make sure that you tell yourself because you need to remember it makes me wonder like is now going to be the movie was kind of like you got to go against the fate and fuck fate and this and that but then it's like no we're faded they it it is destiny we're destined to this happen just a mess everything and then I go yes okay it's right they are coming back and this is going to happen and he still has to go and do this but now now things change because of the whole thing then he sacrifices himself so that can never have up he's cool no and you know I think it's because

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Acast launches Acast Marketplace; iHeartPodcasts come to Australia

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Acast launches Acast Marketplace; iHeartPodcasts come to Australia

"The latest from newsletter called News Dot Net Acosta's launched cast marketplace allowing any advertiser direct and automated access to the company's the company earned forty million dollars from Andhra Avenue last year heels trillion radio network launched the IHEART podcast network Australia like similar companies in New Zealand Mexico and Canada hair and has brand agreement with the US. I heart media for usage of the brand an APP. The company claims thirty million impressions across Australia. Whatever they are the podcast academy. I announced a few weeks ago has sent there. I E mail announcing that they anticipate accepting members in early spring the email also contained some interesting information about the academy's administrative staff and its relationship to a similar organization. The emails signed by Michelle Cob. Executive Director is also the Executive Director of the Audio Publishers Association. A not for profit trade association that advocates the common collective business interests of audio publishes. It runs audiobooks awards. Ceremony a conference and Regularly Commissions Research About Audio Books From Edison Research John Alaska's also signs. The email lasca is account manager for the PODCAST Academy. She also lists herself as account manager for the audio publishers. Association Campos the Audio Publishers Association. And the PODCAST Academy share offices in Hudson Street in New York and address also used for blackspot content creation company Peres studio recording studio and fresher media a rapid response three sixty creative company all three companies of which John Alaska's also works for which has added a one click integration to distribute shows on diesel. The company has announced popping has published. Its top livestream. January based on engagement scores the top livestream was led millionaire did diamant the diamonds millionaires daily french-language podcast and February the fourth we reported the launch of reports service that reported on publicly available subscriber. Numbers feel podcast. Twenty days later the product has shot an email says. We haven't found a way to make the product sustainable accurate enough. Therefore we've decided to stop our reports products today email tip ads didn't last long and there's plenty more and all the things in our newsletter subscribe at News Dot Net.

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