35 Burst results for "Fuller"
Who Is YouTuber Sydney Watson?
"Look, for those who aren't familiar, this woman, why aren't you familiar with her? She's got almost 800,000 followers on YouTube, Sydney Watson with a wire. You've got to follow her on Twitter as well. But for those crazy people who've been under a rock for a couple of years, I've known you for a couple of years, very impressed with what you do. Tell us in a nutshell, just give us the elevator pitch. What do you do and where do you come from? Sydney? Well, people are seemingly unfamiliar with the fact that I am actually Australian despite my bizarre accent, which I am trying to get back just by the way. I want to sound more like you said than the yanks that are around us. So I'm Australian originally from Australia and YouTube the United States in 2019 to basically pursue politics because Australians are by and large pretty disinterested in politics and kind of just found myself drawn into. I guess a bunch of drama in the last little while with the situation that you're referring to, which was getting screened out effectively by Jack Murphy is a real estate his name on the show is he is. I was going to mention it, but I'm so glad that you decided to mention it first because Jack Murphy is an embarrassment to anybody who has testicles. I'm not sure he does anymore, but we will discuss that. So you left at the antipodes, you came here to be involved in politics. You wanted to speak like me, which I'm sorry most people think I have a South African accent that really annoys me. But what have you been doing for the last three years? And how have you been surviving COVID and tell people about what you do? Because your comment, you are like the long form version as far as I'm concerned, of libs of TikTok and you're not anonymous. Your brave woman who has these amazing films where you react to the insanity of the left. Am I misrepresenting you? Tell us, tell us your mission. We've got 3 million listeners plus the viewers. What is Sydney Watson about? Well, that is a fantastic question. I guess growing up by a bunch of penal colony kind of made me realize that freedom is really important. And I actually have my mom to thank for that viewpoint because she's from Ohio originally and she is just this badass gung Ho woman that really, really cares about preserving what we have in the west and I think that's awesome. And so growing up in that environment, of course I was like, well, I hate people. So what is the easiest thing that I can do that revolves not really revolves around not really interacting with them too much and journalism kind of came to the forefront. And so when I moved to America, I really wanted to pursue being able to bring ideas to people that they might not otherwise have access to in like a fuller
Morgan Zegers Describes Her Podcast 'Freedom Papers' With Turning Point USA
"I want to give a fuller picture of the incredible work you're doing. So you're not just illuminating the threats of socialism and communism. You're actually doing the flip side of what's great about American why we are the greatest nation last year I had an idea. People need to be familiar with the federalist papers, and I'm just going to read them onto a podcast and at least people will be able to listen to them. And then I sadly find out or what was the happily find out that Morgan segas is already doing it. She's not reading them. She's analyzing them with a colleague. So tell us about this other podcast and why you decided, well, I know why it was important to me. Why did you choose to say, okay, let's do it's 2021 or 2022 and we're going to talk about the federalist papers. Yeah, well, I've got to say, so I'm 25 and a lot of people will ask me, how did the heck did you end up conservative or just even appreciative of the freedoms we have here? And I say it's all because my parents taught me to appreciate history and comparative history in terms of how far we've come as a nation in a world thanks to American western values. And so I really am thankful for my parents for that. But turning point USA is a really great student organization and they reached out to me because they identified that, yes, I am a history nerd. And they thought it would be a great idea to do a podcast called freedom papers, where we break down the ratification debate back in 1787 because a lot of young Americans have not read any of the federalist papers or the anti federalist papers. So each episode we do, we go one through 85. We include the anti federalist arguments and all of them. And it's been a really good time. We hope this is a great resource for students to understand what our founders were looking at, what they were evaluating through previous human history when they were writing our form of government that was eventually the ratified U.S. Constitution. So it's just a really, really fulfilling project for me and I'm thankful that turning point would
Rescue underway of 21 aboard tram that got stuck overnight
"Twenty twenty one one people people were were stuck stuck overnight overnight on on new new year's year's eve eve in in two two cable cable cars cars in in the the mountains mountains of of Albuquerque Albuquerque New New Mexico Mexico and and the the weather weather is is making making the the rescue rescue of of one one of of them them who who was was riding riding alone alone very very difficult difficult coming coming in in with with one one more more the the Burnley Burnley county county sheriff's sheriff's office office had had to to use use their their helicopter helicopter to to rescue rescue the the twenty twenty people people all all workers workers at at Sandia Sandia mountain mountain but but that that was was only only after after the the car car had had been been moved moved to to a a support support tower tower where where search search and and rescue rescue were were able able to to climb climb up up Saturday Saturday morning morning use use ropes ropes and and other other equipment equipment to to lower lower the the people people eighty eighty five five feet feet to to the the ground ground and and then then hiked hiked them them to to a a clearing clearing where where helicopters helicopters could could airlift airlift them them down down the the mountain mountain Jamie Jamie fuller fuller is is with with the the sheriff's sheriff's office office ultimately ultimately a a good good ending ending to to a a pretty pretty scary scary situation situation officials officials say say icing icing on on cables cables because because the the cars cars to to get get stuck stuck I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker
Brandon Herrera, the AK Guy, and Sebastian Talk Guns
"We are delighted for our Friday Second Amendment guest to have with us none other than, well, he's the AK guy. Brandon Herrera, welcome back to America first. Pleasure to be here, brother. How are you doing today? Good. I'm just envious. You've got a one and a half million subscribers on YouTube at the your channel, the AK guy. Guys, it's 1.49 million. Can we just please get into one and a half million by the end of this segment seriously? Come on guys. Congratulations. Almost there almost there. Can I be really selfish? Nobody's listening apart from 3 million people. I want a piece of personal advice right now. So do you know who missed a fuller is, as of formally rifle dynamics? Yes, sir, I do. So I just shipped him. My garbage, it was just refinished, didn't like it. 5.568 K and he's going to work some magic on it. If it were your AK, what would you ask mister fuller to do for you? I would say definitely SBR that thing. Like a nice 12 inch barrel, kind of an AK one O 5 look. I think that'll look fantastic. Okay. Do you know what I'm going to do? That's not out of the question, but he said he can turn it for me into a 300 blackout. Now, what do you think of that? Oh, that would be interesting. Yeah, especially if you're going for the American caliber. That'll be a good one. Bringing it taking the AK two 5 5 6 just to bring it back to 30 calendars kind of funny. I know. I know I thought
Dr. Kevin Roberts Describes the Heritage Foundation's Top 3 Priorities
"He is doctor Kevin Roberts. He comes from the Texas public policy foundation with his Sterling record and he is now the big man at heritage, doctor Roberts. Welcome to America first. Seth, thanks for having me. It's a pleasure, my friend. All right, so you bring a very, very strong reputation for being a serious Texan on the issues of conservativism. We are huge fans of Ed fuller, full disclosure. My wife is a director at the heritage foundation. We are close friends with K cost James the outgoing president who is a rockstar been on the show several times. I just want to give you a platform in front of 3 million patriots. You mentioned three or four big priorities for you. I was a strategist in The White House. You can't do strategy unless you prioritize things. You can't fix everything at once. So tell Americans across the country, what heritage is new priorities are under your leadership. Number one, education. And by that, I mean, if we in the conservative movement don't take advantage of the absolute frustration that Americans, including some of whom are apolitical have with the indoctrination in our schools, we've missed the opportunity of a lifetime education number one. Number two, big tech. It is past time as you know from your experience for our institutions starting with the heritage foundation to recognize that big tech is the enemy of the state to name them as such and to develop policy reforms as a result. We have the definitive set of solutions coming out in the next days that will describe that. And thirdly, China. I like you understand the threat that the Soviet Union was to freedom to Americans to people around the world. I'm a son of the 1980s. We have failed as a country to recognize and to name China as the same kind of enemy that the today that the Soviet Union was then inherited is going to be leading
Washington beats Wilson, Seahawks 17-15 for 3rd win in a row
"JD JD McKissic McKissic scored scored twice twice while while Taylor Taylor Heinicke Heinicke threw threw for for two two hundred hundred twenty twenty three three yards yards and and a a score score as as the the Washington Washington football football team team won won their their third third straight straight with with the the seventeen seventeen fifteen fifteen win win over over the the Seahawks Seahawks make make kids kids a a college college ten ten yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass in in the the also also on on a a ten ten yard yard touchdown touchdown run run the the football football team team improved improved to to five five and and six six and and is is now now in in the the NFC NFC playoff playoff picture picture Heinecke Heinecke says says it's it's been been a a collective collective effort effort I I really really starts starts those those guys guys up up front front offensively offensively office office of of line line if if they they don't don't get get a a lot lot of of credit credit but but let's let's let let these these last last three three weeks weeks have have been been phenomenal phenomenal Russell Russell Wilson Wilson led led the the Seahawks Seahawks on on a a ninety ninety six six yard yard drive drive late late hitting hitting Freddie Freddie Swain Swain with with a a thirty thirty two two yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass but but Wilson's Wilson's two two point point conversion conversion pass pass was was intercepted intercepted by by Kendall Kendall fuller fuller Greg Greg heist heist Landover Landover Maryland Maryland
US intel doesn't expect to determine origins of COVID-19
"U. S. intelligence agencies do not know covert nineteen origins and that may never know barring an unforeseen break through the intelligence community says there is no way to conclude whether the virus was spread from animals to humans or at least from a lap the director of national intelligence has released a fuller version of its review of the origins expanding on findings released in August intelligence agencies and then the work divided analysts did not think the virus was developed as a bio weapon most agencies did not believe it was genetically engineered China has resisted global pressure to fully cooperate with probes into the pandemic amid speculation the virus came from a lab in Wuhan Sager mag ani Washington
Miami Dolphins WR Will Fuller to Miss Buffalo Bills Game With Personal Issue
"Breaking news out of miami gardens. The miami dolphins will be without wide receiver willful or for sunday's matchup versus the buffalo bills. The team is calling it. A personal issue and brian flora's even when as far to say there was a possibility for may not suit up the rest of the season. Obviously a lot of unknowns. But what were your thoughts. Jake when you first heard this friday afternoon. Josh first and foremost i mean the seed blake first weekend forever where the dolphins were gonna have a completely clean injury report willful or was the only one who wasn't listed as a full participant in practice on both thursday and friday. But just i do have to say. I think we're kind of over-reacting about this. A little bit will fuller was in the building wednesday. I believe he was actually in the building thursday as well. I'm concerned for some things are bigger than football. I don't necessarily know. I mean ryan floors declined to say preston. Williams who is fully active is going to be playing on sunday. So i think that's more displays being bryant floors as much as odd. This is something that's gonna completely ruin season. I hope that isn't the case. I hope everything is all right for him and you know. We can't really speculate on too much by terms of what's happening on the field. It's gotta be a little disappointing to not see him out
Do We Buy Things We Never Use?
"So angela. I have a habit. And i suspect many other people do as well of acquiring often buy purchase. What i've come to think of as aspirational objects which is to say. I will buy stuff that i think i want. Or maybe more accurately that. I would like to want but which in fact i'll never actually use so one tiny example at home. We probably have six hundred boxes of keen wa in our cupboard seen wa as far as i know we've never actually eaten keen wa at home high protein grain. It's not actually a green per se it's close to a grain. Oh is the lagoon. No it's neither to seed. I believe but that's beside the point also similarly. I have over my lifetime bought. Hundreds perhaps thousands of books that i've never read or at least not more than a few pages of i know many people who have bought closets and basi- full of exercise equipment and golf equipment and nutritional supplements in hair oil. So my question is are such acquisitions. Nothing but a waste of time and energy or is there an upside in such aspirational thinking. Even if the thought rarely translates into deed so aspirational consumerism. I mean that's a bit of national behavior. And especially the repeated part right. I can understand buying the first back of keen wa not using it and then you know whatever money down the drain but the second bag of king juan even the third now. That's that's that's interesting. And i should say just to draw the fuller picture. I do like to keep things tidy. I will go through our cupboards at home and know purge them. You'll marie condo. Yeah i'll purge so every. Let's say six months i'll throw away or donate eight boxes of keen wa her and literally eleven but then over the next few weeks you'll buy more okay so of course when you buy that next box keen wa. You don't think let me buy another box of keen wa that i can six months from donate. You're actually thinking at that moment that you're going to make the keen wa right. Oh yeah because for every box of keen wa that i've bought there have been approximately one trillion articles written about the benefits of and. I've read them all by the way it's quite good. Okay how do you know major kean. I've eaten it out but you know when you're cooking at home it's more of an investment when you're out and you say oh kean mutt. Sure all i have to do is say the word and it's going to be brought to me well here in. I think maybe is the solution to this. Least a clue. So what is it that keen wa and books and exercise equipment having common self-improvement and effort. So i think the difference between keen wall on the menu and keeping your covered is and by the ways even just have to boil it not that much effort. I know it's not a big investment but it's a big investment for the payoff for the while payoff which is small in your view.
"fuller" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"Money and really want. Thank max is. He's an old friend. We just met for the first time but he is the only guy now. In this van of work we do understood. Buckminster fuller and the book again was critical path. This is the fortieth anniversary. This book came out in august. Nineteen eighty one. The they started was the nixon took the dollar off the gold. Standard in nineteen seventy one was with this did a fiftieth anniversary shell for the ending of the dollar and this is the fifth fortieth anniversary for critical path. And max's helmet guy. I keep hearing a mentioned and he's a big bitcoin. I still think. Max is so toshi but anyway and fuller predicted the says computers make it practical electronic wealth distribution games that he says but not big brother says no central. Planning authority can do this. He also predicted. This is all quotes it goes. He also predicted what we're doing exactly today. He says it looks like a planet. Professors on tenure. Working hard doing more metaphysical stuff than before. So you'll look at you know. Maxon i are not professors. Comes on a professor gama's not a professor martinez and peter schiff went out professors but where the real teachers and the fake teachers are in schools. And they're all communist anyway. So what the hell but fuller was so way ahead of his time on the me. Repeat this were sitting in this room. Fifty nine hundred eighty one forty years ago and he says the reason. I speak in the same strange language. And i talk about a few the future because if people knew what i was saying they would kill me then he turned to our class is nineteen ninety-one and is unfortunately though is going to be your generation the takes the fight and here we are today. So that's why max skies are kept hearing him speak about fuller. Said we'd better dial him up and talk to him and comments but i always love talking about buffy so that was really fun talking with max and talking to somebody that really understood fuller and the principles and his his engineering mind That was really funny. I think it's interesting. This is the fortieth anniversary. The next ten years might be unrecognizable given this fight. That's that is that we're in right now. So i'm interested to see where the fiftieth anniversary of critical pabst takes us. Where the fight. Now sarah what you think of the program like you. I picked up the fortieth anniversary. And how impactful that was but it but at the same time the fiftieth anniversary so like the. The universe of money was changed fifty years ago and the universe. Money's being changed now like it. That's such a cool thing. But then the second thing is he mentioned. Bitcoin was designed to attack attract attacks. And we talk about us. Getting ready with the capitalist manifesto. We're getting ready for the attacks or come out with a new book on the marine corps birthday november tenth..
"fuller" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"The fed. Grunge was the people that control the fed and here we are today predicted bitcoin. I predicted youtube. And so i want to ask you know timonen comments on that because why we why we started. The company was to not be a victim of the future. He said you know. We are to be the architects of the future. Not as victims and so with that. We the rich dad company to do what god wanted done which was educate less than so might make great a great line. Because we're we're designed to be architects of the future not victims and so my question to to max's. How do we from where we are today. Become an nba those architects of the future. Because the future is looking rather chaotic. While i tell you once one thing anyone and everyone can do is to find a soulmate fall in love. Utah obviously been around longtime. You're in love. I've got stacy and being in a marriage and being in love is one of most rewarding things anyone can do and it tells you about yourself in a way that you can never find out the other way and that's that is part of going into the future so for a lot of people out there who are not with a significant other and they're having trouble finding a significant other than the way to way to do that is to simply make yourself attractive and you make yourself attractive by cutting out all of this shit. Have you might be involved with and just doing good habits and taking care of yourself and you will find a partner and once you find a partner you ready for life thank you. They comments kim not. The answer is expecting thinking. Bitcoin economy money fed. I think everybody is looking for the magic key. But they're the magic is already we know from as humans. What the magic is. The magic is love l. and the way to express love is with another human being and so Partner up and and and go forward into this mysterious cosmic voyage on spaceship earth. You know when. I'm as cassette eighty-three fuller pass away. Eighty four was eighty four. Kim we meet any three four four and it was only. Because i said i'm not going to be in rock and roll anymore. I'm not gonna work for money. In one thousand nine hundred seven fuller stopped working for money and i would only do what god wants done and so i said well if it worked for him. He called a guinea pig. Be i think. I'll try that too and i met kim and she says well let's try it and we stopped working for money back in nineteen eighty-four spend a hell ride. It's been a hell of a ride but magic happens when you when you commit to things like that. He had an amazing confidence in himself as an engineer and so he had a vision and that vision was engineering. Things like geodesic dome and other things that would be good for humanity and we have somebody else in our midst. These days like nealon mosque. Who has incredible confidence as an engineer. Who is putting out things that are incredible products and scientific products and engineering products. And he's taken everybody on a bit of a journey and he tries to articulate that journey in his own ways. He's not a buckminster fuller. You know he would never write a book like critical path. But the is somebody who i think we can look to as similar in to some degree because he somebody who has that confidence in themselves. Steve jobs is also somebody who had the competence as as an engineer.
"fuller" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"Toshi man. You got me because you were tuned in to you. Got me red handed. I should listen to. What i i came across you but i. I didn't understand it at the time. Yeah well i mean he also said things like he talked about a synchronous database and synchronizing things around the world. You know i personally. There's an overlap for me between buckminster fuller and this idea of synchronous databases and global money. And the work of carl young. You know who. I follow pretty closely as well. Terms of his ideas about synchronicity. In the collective unconscious max. You dodged my question. You didn't say talk. all will be revealed. I every time it should be revealed. Were to happen. Added out of the timeline that they should happen right. I mean things. You were tuned in. I mean i got. I was tuned into something else. But you're tuned into this whole cryptocurrency because he predicted bitcoin. Well i do have a patent on a virtual currency that from nineteen ninety-six. So the the kaiser patent. Us patent five nine five. Oh one seven six. It's a virtual specialist pat and how to trade virtual currencies virtual securities with the virtual currency. So that's that's what. I patent it so when i heard about bitcoin in two thousand eleven it was. It was a leap beyond what i was thinking about. Because the all the virtual currencies and digital currencies up until then we're centralized to some degree all all market making all set federal banks all political considerations regarding money are all centralized so the thing about bitcoin that breaks from everything else is that is decentralized. And how do you create that decentralized network. I think it's interesting because again getting back to buckminster fuller a lot of his writings from you. Look through it through a political ends you would say this is not a this is not capitalism. This is something else. Maybe the opposite of capitalism and yet the result is is Our tools that enable those who can call themselves capitalist to do fantastic work as as capitalists. But you know there are a lot of elements to this post internet age Like we have the free open source software movement lennox Which is free essentially free software. You have richard. Stolman was big a an idea. Free online software the Lawrence less eggs work with the the creative commons license which is outside of the Trademark and patent system and. There's an during the early part of the internet age. There was this tremendous and you would appreciate this and you were there as well You had the the the the work of those who consider the internet to be really a revisitation of the sixties and the free love movement and Those who like We're taking drugs and hallucinating. Timothy leary and those folks There was a moment in the internet's history before became completely corporate cor- corporate sized Where there is this feeling of freedom of expression that was gonna be this huge movement and our friend Who wrote the declaration of independence for the internet. I'm looking at stacey now. Yeah john perry barlow he was. He was incredibly huge. You know at that time and then The internet became completely. Corporate is and it wasn't tall. Bitcoin came around that we had a new chapter. In this idea of distribution decentralisation an individual empowerment and individual journeys and you know i always compare bitcoin to shame ism and kind of spiritualism and things like this where people have the freedom to to delve into their own spiritual journeys because they have on confiscated ball money. That's never debasing in value so they have no worries in other words you achieve individual sovereignty And you can just pursue spirituality. And i think that's where bitcoin is heading. I think every want to ultimately be achieved individual sovereignty. The whole idea of wealth changes dramatically itself. I mean this would be a buckminster fuller idea that his idea of wealth was very very radically different than what people are going to be. Well stuff you take that and you have. Bitcoin is the coin of his thinking. And then what do you have if you had everyone thinking like buckminster fuller near the world be dramatically drastically different place and with bitcoin. We we can get to that place and we are getting to that place and it is happening right now robert right so i'm gonna ask him because when i met fuller dies eighty-three rights crunch of giants gross universal cash. And now we have rea- paul reverse ray paul and all this stuff going on. We have what a hundred and twenty billion dollars a month being pumped into the keep. That balloon afloat a fake money. We're paying people not to work. But when i met. Kim in eighty three s are talking to her about this and she told her mother and father. She quit her job. I'm we moved to follow the teachings. Buckminster fuller can. What was that like talking to your parents. About this nutcase call kiyosaki and fuller. All i remember was a phone call. And all i remember is i said hey. I met the sky. Quit my job. I was in advertising at the time. And we're selling what we have and we're moving to california and the only words i heard from my father was you quit your job. It was because he worked all his life as an employee in working your way up the corporate ladder which would have been a disaster for me is what he saw in me. My future being so we bucky definitely changed the course of my life you robert so it was an and we've never looked back you know. There's another principle that he talked about that. is kind of the basis of the rich dad company as well and in the words are strange because he uses a lot of different words but it was called angular redundancy and it was basically. And we've done this ever since we've met robert. It's basically what in the world needs to be done that nobody else is doing that. You can do called angular redundancy like we don't need another gas coward car. We got enough of those. What in the world needs to be done that no one is doing and you go and do it. So that's kind of how we've built the rich dad company and we've lived our lives so again. I love buckets principals. They i mean. Generalized principle is a principle. that's true in all cases like gravity and then they work and they really work if you stick to them and i don't know anybody that's ever applied buggies principles to business and we did yep and sorted max so we come back. We'll make a few minute break here. But i really wanna thank you. Max like i said you're an old friend i just met and about the main reason i called you. When every time you mentioned bucky fuller sky whack whack job like me. I really do suspect potosi so we come back. We're talking more takaiser of i never deny it. I think that's funny but anyway we come back. We'll be talking more about buckminster fuller the future and some of his predictions because the critical path here. This book here which was signed by full night. I took it out to hang. Hang a poster of you. Might wanna mall favorite books here. I was nineteen eighty-one but as a critical path has what path is humanity on. And that's why kevin. I quit our jobs. On all i got out of rock and roll and i said what does god want done so. We'll come back with more with max kaiser and the future of.
"fuller" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"The where we can get into the the bitcoins design but but his separation of the state and politicians for money and to take it from a design perspective and to have his attitude. Which again has that that. Punk sensibility of essentially a Just do it just. Do you know you don't need the system. Max what what he said. Because i was a rock and roll in. Nineteen eighty-one wearing my first date with kim was to the police and van halen boy george and all that so just loved the music scene. But what ask him. 'cause she never mabul. When i met. Kim this is the sequence was eighty one was critical path. I started with fuller. Eighty one eighty two eighty three and then two weeks later. After the summer of eighty three he passed away. And that's book. Grunge of giants came up and it was basically about the people that run beyond the fed. And so when i met kim i fuller hit me right in the brain i said i i will never work for money again. Work for humanity. And that's that's when i got out of rock and roll so kim. That's what i met. I met kim right. After father passed away. So kim what was the. What was your understanding of what was happening. I remember you know you were in rock and roll in you love rock and roll and you loved that business but you are kind of at. You're torn you were conflicted inside because you were studying this guy fuller and fuller said to you. You know what you do for a living and you said i make money and he said what a waste.
"fuller" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"Show the good news and bad news about money and a very special guest is a longtime friend who have never met. This is the first time we're meeting. But i've been following him for so many years and there isn't this is a special program is we have a mentor in common. I think he. I think max you the only guy i know who knows of him and his name is dr r buckminster fuller. This is buck here. It was signed by fuller and was the book launch. A nineteen eighty one radically changed my life. The rich dad company would not be here. If i hadn't shot up in nineteen eighty one and saw on the more talk to. They'll wanna talk about bitcoin but in the context of faller wants to come in. Bring kim kim. This whole the rich dad company is fill is formed because of fuller with crunchy giants. And all that all of it Brench giants the heist of the whole school system of the capital system the banking system but also fuller's generalized principles which we studied in which we based our company and companies before this on his principles. So he's been such an incredible influence. I unfortunately i never met him because he passed away before i knew of him year before but Yeah it's gonna be a great show. And i'm really really looking forward to it so there is a max's on because he's an old friend. I just met for the first time. But you know he's the only guy i know is ever mentioned fuller. And so that's why mary. And you know max. I should about bitcoin and you talked about it but i didn't. I bought some now anyway. And we're going to talk about his fuller. Did mention bitcoin in his predictions. He made he was a futurist. He makes so many predictions have now coming. True and bitcoin was one of them. So max alfred for the first time. We made love to the rich dad show. Yeah great. I feel richer already sitting. Here it's fantastic so yeah buckminster fuller so that book. Critical path came nineteen eighty-one. I was then twenty one. I was just finishing up college in about to enter a career on wall street and he seemed to me to be commensurate with allow the punk thinking at the time. He's a punk scientists and a punk engineer. And what i mean by that is. It's all about do it yourself just do it yourself you don't need outside a legitimate legitimacy. You don't need accreditations. You don't need approval. You don't need the status quo just really thank Probe your own mind in. There's so much so many rich things in your own mind so two things that really stood out for me. One of course You mentioned money and thoughts about money and thinking about money. The other thing is that his organizing principle or one of his organizing principles and he gives them attic doubts about his life about how he decided at one point and he would not do anything unless benefited humanity as a whole amen right and so this is really phenomenal. Way to think anyone on to do things like the geodesic dome and other designs the electric car which we had that principle in mind that he's gonna do things to help humanity And that is a so is design parameters were does this help humanity and so This is very interesting. It goes against the ethos of what we look at particularly in in economics and finance where. It's all about individual the economics of Of neoclassical economics adam smith in about the invisible hand and everyone is pursuing their own individual interest to result in the greater good of the of prices for everybody the work of mine ran is often quoted which is echoes this sensibility. In a big way you know and clearly Buckminster fuller had a completely different way of looking at things And but it wasn't political. It was from an engineering perspective. And from an humanist perspective and more remark renaissance perspective. I think you could say. He was a renaissance man in the truest sense of the word in that he at that he was ushering in really the internet age and and we can talk about. Bitcoin released to that. So i had an impact on me. I started on on wall street and wall street at that. Time was a very creative period in wall. Street's history because the age of discount stockbroking just started with charles schwab and so a lot of the wall street banks felt threatened and they got into some very creative thinking how to package products package new products. This is the age of michael milkin. The leveraged buyout which was a very creative way to use debt to acquire companies and things like that and so. That's how i spent my twenty. And i always had in the back of my mind. This idea and i was also up until wall street. I was at at my at my university new york university. I spent most of my time at the radio station as a disc jockey and hung out at the clubs like cbgb's max's kansas city and was really following punk scene in a big way and transition right to wall street and kind of like buckminster fuller was my bridge to that that way of thinking and and so this got me thinking about money financing markets in a way that i saw them as plastic and very malleable as a medium. Not as anything that was hard coded but something that was you express. You enjoy some saaf expression. Actually this ultimately led to me creating the hollywood stock exchange in the nineteen nineties which is kind of an attempt to bridge money in wall street with sop expression. So that was a whole different chapter but that again was related. I think to buckminster fuller beginning to monkeys design concepts of money. You know. it's it's it's this whole idea of money. Let's look at money from a design perspective and best practices for from design and take it away from politicians and take it away from bankers. You know if you're an engineer and designer how would you approach money. And i think that's that's the past. He set us on to be fair. Henry ford made some comments back in the nineteen twenties talking about energy money and things like that. So those are the two antecedents. I would say thinking philosophical wise.
"fuller" Discussed on Revision Path
"You can also write about a project or thought process and things like that you know and i've been fortunate to have a few designers on here who are pretty good writers and i don't know if they would really consider like continually doing the writing but like most recently. I had jeffrey henderson on footwear designer in new york and he owns an agency called them. He's been writing on medium probably for a few years. Now just such great writing. I would read an entire book of jeffrey's riding because it's about projects is about his thought process he weaves his own personal story into it coming from cleveland. And everything like it's so it's just so good and it's not writing that you see from black designers but it is extensively design writing. Yeah i mean that's like that's some important. I think. I mean like i said earlier like so much of great work comes from passion you know and so much of writing becomes better when it's grounded in intentions like those things overlap right. It's like if you have an idea that you just feel so jazzed up about getting that out through writing is what in my opinion like produces better writing so I mean and i mean to your credit with having won that award for me to think about writing as it extends from you know novel or poem to the writing in an ad or an product even think of even podcasting as an auditory verbal expression. Kind of writing too. So i don't think that's too far off as you know maybe a departure from like the people who've won the award previously but it's definitely kind of all connected you know. It's like that that key. In that bob ought to go back to what it's like. These kinds of expression are kind of all intertwined now at the end of the day. Say where do you see yourself in the next five years. Like what are you want your your legacy to be. Oh wow you know. Hopefully i think like to say like doing what i'm doing now but like on a bigger level can tune into work on projects that i'm passionate about. I think one of the things i've been able to do more recently through. Working co actually is begin to work on or work with a number of clients who are in the nonprofit space. We have the work in co fund. Which is this allotment of a million dollars worth of work essentially invested in nonprofits that advance the black community. So it's really the agency like working to sorta leverage this ability that agency has to build and design and develop and ship These digital products to enact positive social change so those are the projects that i've worked on more recently that feel most fulfilling and rewarding to me. Some i'm trying to think more about like how i can do more stuff like that. Not only through working co but you know extracurricular -ly as well so i think in five years. Hopefully i'll have or my day to day time devoted to projects that sort of fall in line with that and just to kind of wrap things up here. Where can our audience find out more about you and about your work on line on lincoln. Just reese fuller. It's reese like the peanut butter filled chocolate cups fuller u. l. e. r. I'm also on instagram. It's just at fuller with an underscore at the end but not really post all that much there be. I try to keep a pretty quaint minimal digital presence but i am very responsive. Say if you should be a message on link. Dan or instagram. I'll definitely hit you back a writer. That's not on twitter. Wow yeah i know we could talk about. I had a twitter back in the day. I still lurk on twitter every so often. Yeah still get my my my laughs and my info but yet just trying to be a little bit more..
"fuller" Discussed on Revision Path
"From working in these agencies to working in house particularly once you work that we work and i would probably say well i guess working working co is kind of. Do you consider that more agency or more in house. I think i mean we are a product design and development agencies. I think of it as an agency. Although it's very different than at least milder agency experiences happen. Is there a big difference for you. Being a writer in agency environment versus in in house environment from my experience yes. The biggest has been in an agency setting being able men encouraged to touch a much wider variety of types of businesses types of projects. I feel like especially at this in my career. I just want like soak up as much like information and experience as possible. That's why my feel more interested in working at agency right now. But i've worked on projects you know in industries like genomics or healthcare or retail or the nonprofit space. There's just like there's such an array of like exciting opportunities when you're working at an agency versus when your in house. You're really dedicated to that. One brand set of products. That one mission you really like focus in on a very specific way especially as a writer just like very deeply understand. Appreciate the voice tone behind the brand the company that you're working with also mold it and shape in evolve it in a unique way too but i think the the biggest distinction that i've experienced has been choosing between like breath and depth. So yeah in my time at we work got there for like almost two years. Yeah like i mentioned..
"fuller" Discussed on Revision Path
"He has like. I said i'm a senior writer at work. In co i think pretty largely that means you x. Writings how i would describe it otherwise but it kind of feels like it. It's more than that. So i'll say organizationally we sit as part of the design team but the role is office super cross functional so i'll work with you know designers strategists or even sometimes the new business team but generally. I just say like wet. My goal is the soup is way to put it that. Like i make the word sound good or as good as they can. So that's an a product for example. It's about making the user experience however we want it to be that could mean maybe it's simpler or more educational or more inspiring or engaging or whatever but ultimately just having sort of goal in mind or vision for how the product feels and sounds and what it's all about and trying to communicate that translate that and expressed that the writing and shaping the design process as a part of that as well. Now anyone that has. I think listen to this show for. I don't know maybe the last two or three years is definitely heard me really sort of beat the drum as it comes to why designers need to write more or they need to start getting into writing and it's interesting because of that end with this being designed podcast. We haven't had any writer's on your the first writer that we've had on the show which congratulations making blanket really truly an honor every day. But like as i've done this show and i've gone to talk with design managers and product managers a bunch of different places. I've seen designed departments. Now start to include writers more as part of their teams like they may call it something different than writer they may call it content designer you x. writer etc but like there including writings one of as part of the team. Can you talk to me about the importance of writing in the design process..
"fuller" Discussed on Revision Path
"Let's start the show all right so tell us who you are. And what you do reese fuller. I'm a writer. I think that sort of manifested as being a brand copywriter. In some instances a verbal designer and other instances but right now i'm a senior writer at an agency called working. Go right now. We're in the second half of the year by the time this era's will be in august my goodness house twenty twenty one been for you so far. It's been good..
Interview With Reese Fuller, Writer and designer
"All right so tell us who you are. And what you do reese fuller. I'm a writer. I think that sort of manifested as being a brand copywriter. In some instances a verbal designer and other instances but right now i'm a senior writer at an agency called working. Go right now. We're in the second half of the year by the time this era's will be in august my goodness house twenty twenty one been for you so far. It's been good. better than twenty twenty I'll say that much but yeah it's been good. I think the summer here. I'm in i'm based in new york so the city now sort of reactivating as i like to say and a lot of waves so it's just been you know really good to reconnect with friends. Really good to start going out again. Just be outside more comfortably. I think a work has been going really well. Just excited to see what the future holds. Things just been really positive trying to maintain that energy nice. And i guess you kind of along that along that's vibrational frequencies since we're talking about energy Do you have any sort of plans or anything. Anything you're manifesting for the rest of the year. Yeah i mean. I'm pretty excited. I got a a wedding coming up next month in september. You're headed no winning okay. Okay allow given. We've all been a hunkered down these these fast. Several months eighteen months or so Be at looking forward to going home and reconnect with some friends. That i haven't seen in a while yet professionally. I think there are a few really interesting opportunities on the horizon. Some work we've done with past clients over the past several months of manifesting into more work which are super excited about so your get started on those projects as well
True or False: There's a Brand of Underwear for Seniors Called 'Late Bloomers'
"This is just a wet. Your beak kind of run facts friday because in a week or two. we're going to do a much more fuller segment. Okay but a more fuller much more full or how about just fuller. Okay see now. I've been corrected again. Thank you professor metaxas. We got a medical lessons from now. Fuller it's going to be more fuller in fact it's going to be much more fuller all right here. We go now. This first one is a true or false fact. Now this is kind of a fun thing to start us off with okay now. You have to tell me whether you think this is true or false. Okay there's a brand of underwear for senior citizens called late bloomers okay. I know that that's falls. But i know that it's so clever that you made it up an underwear for senior citizens called late bloomers. That's very clever but it seems too clever for somebody actually have used it to create underwear for senior citizens because senior citizens would say. Why do i need special underwear. Exactly i kind of came up with idea on a bike ride however then i googled it and believe it or not. There is actually. It's mostly falls because it's not for senior citizens there's actually like anti-gun to where you can buy that's called late bloomers. And it's like they made it into a fashion called late. Bloomer anywhere lumers. Well that's what a wonderful fun fact. I've learned on this friday. Thank you my. Life is almost richer although not
Defining and Breaking Down Sarcoplasmic Hypertrophy A.k.a ‘The Pump’
"Here's what i want to talk about with a lot of people know this about so circle. Plasma hypertrophy actually pulled up a definition. So that when you get the pump. That's called transient circle. Plasma hypertrophy meaning. It's this temporary growth of the muscle because blood fills the muscle but is water included in that water. Yeah of course well. Big percentage of blood is water to but you can actually build muscle without building muscle fibers. Through what is known as circle plasma mccafferty so plaza mc hypertrophy is an increase in the volume of the circle. Lima and or sarcasm. Now here's important part accompanied by an increase in the volume of mine. Cadre circle plasma ridiculous t two bills and or plasma enzyme or substrate content in other words all the stuff that makes up your muscle size besides muscle fibers. That are also important. Because you're also important things that are involved in the function of your muscle the performance of your muscle. They're involved the building of your muscle. You can actually increase the amount of these things by training and utilizing. The pump is by bodybuilders. For long time have loved notice that like an exotic. That's it that's it. That's the research that supports. Why be afar absolute so beneficial. Because you're obviously not breaking down like you would. If you're heavy loading barbell squat or doing something like that but you are getting a massive pump from it. Yeah and if you think about it you know if you were to look at all the things that make up your muscle size your muscle fibers are actually not the majority. It's the circle plaza all the other stuff that makes up the size. Your muscles so in terms of also helps performance. That's that's a key. I wanna make not just looks but if you wanna make your muscles look bigger rounder fuller training for the pump going through this. Why and maps programs We always have or typically. We'll have some kind of a pump phase in there. Yeah it's a part of developing
"fuller" Discussed on Ghost Town
"It's just it's so annoying because it feels like there's some that there was at that point such a wealth of evidence randy fuller bobby. Fuller's brother co wrote a book in twenty fifteen called. I fought the law the life strange death of bobby fuller a theory was that morris levy who was the owner of roulette records. He had like you know those kind of mob strong arm tactics. Which is i get that you know. It's a competitive industry. It's like having with elvis and son record that back in the days like very on mafia issues. His money involved. No your artists is with us with movie studios. No you're you know. You're an arcadio actor. That maybe he was involved in. Bobby's death and in nineteen sixty six bob. Keane signed a deal with roulette. Distribute bobby's music. Rainy believes his brother may even killed because he wanted to break out of a business. Deal with morris levy. Think bob keane is the one who signed them and manage them and such so that is part of what randy full of things and obviously i mean if anything. You'd probably have the most information on who your brother was. But i say this about a lot of these things is nobody wants to eulogize the people they know in a negative way. One 'cause they might be like. Hey listen to relevant. I want to tell you. I don't want you to go on a tangent because one day felt bummed out. And you're like oh it's definitely suicide and also you don't want to you know maybe celebrate met sally their memory or who knows how actual close you are with the person at twenty three. I don't know maybe you you know we weren't a band but like you're fucked up randy. Look we don't know his mental state. We don't know their relationship like we don't know anything about the dynamics of you know their business. Partnership essentially and family relational partnership. Like i said like the idea of a rival getting rid of by fuller. It's because he's not. He wasn't known. Like paul mccartney was now. Or like he's like. Bob dylan was known where you don't have a lot of documentation on people that know him and know how they act or like i. I mean i couldn't really find i confront an interviews with him. Yeah he's at this point of his death. He is a young up and coming but still one hit wonder. Essentially i mean they. Have you know one or two other songs. But i fought the law with the probably most known for his sold the most as far as their music catalog meghan. Maybe i'm seeing this through the lens of history you know. We're so far ahead in the future so that could be wrong but it just it. Doesn't i what i'm trying to say. It doesn't feel like you've killed this person for money or around business really fact. We don't have a ton of information about bobby general be interviews or really testimonials about him just goes to show that he was really up and coming because people don't document those things until you have made arrived. Yes until you made it totally. So i guess i'm trying to say mel bobby's ex girlfriend if you're listening call in holland. We want to hear everything. We're gonna get used such good reenactment actor. It's going to be amazing. Just you wait. Housing melody is right now. Eighteen.
"fuller" Discussed on Ghost Town
"Fuller four were expected to have negotiations with their label about the band's direction and a future european tour and that was supposed to be like tense. They were not on the same wavelength when it came to a lot of that. And according to bobby fuller's friend. Rick bobby fuller had a few beers before midnight on july seventeenth and rick said. He fell asleep shortly after midnight. He noticed for left when he woke up at two thirty am and the last person that admitted to sing fuller lives his landlord. Loyd who reported that fuller had stopped by his apartment around three. Am to drink more beer. Yeah timeline that kind of adds up i think. So bobby's friend boyd elder. He arrives soon after body was discovered and he remembers that the police didn't seal off the crime scene as it really wasn't a crime scene. It was like it's a mess. Cleanup the parking lot didn't take any fingerprints. Didn't look for evidence and the only thing that they said to him was get the hell out of here not like. Hey who are you. How are you related to this person. Did you see him last. It was like hey somebody who has possible information get out of here and one witness saw a plainclothes officer remove the gas can from the back seat in the back seat and throw it in the trash just like also just take a mint out of the glove compartment. Did they take the car for a ride. Like what even in the sixty s. This is so insane to me. It seems pretty recent enough that if you probably went over it again you could probably find some answers but there are some updates But it's the theories right. Everyone has theories and there's a lot of them that are going around. Got one brewing right now drugs. That bobby supposedly wasn't much of a recreational drug user but he was interested in lsd as a lot of people like. I want to even though it's not out yet. I wanna make sergeant pepper's yeah you know i wanna make pet sounds beach. Boys pet sounds i. Don't wanna wear these matching cuban shirts. Yeah yeah. I don't wanna kite boy friends. I'm sure you know pay bit of rock and roll rebellion. I get the times are changing. Yeah songs i fought the law..
"fuller" Discussed on Ghost Town
"The death of musician. Bobby fuller is in. La mystery the circumstances around his death. Right on the brink of stardom have led to more questions than answers. This is the story of the mysterious and still unsolved death of bobby fuller of the band..
How to Get Lean: The Golden Rule
"Now number one. Obviously if you wanna get lean you have to eat in a calorie deficit. This is just the fact. So i don't care if you like to kito or vegan or carnivore or count. Your mackerels doesn't matter one rule. You have to follow as you have to eat less calories in your body burns this way. Your body can burn body fat for energy. So that's That's number one and then number two although there's a variants here with how people respond to this generally speaking a diet that's relatively high in protein is beneficial for muscle fat loss. And when i say society. I mean you know. Be able to kind of feel fuller on less calories now. I say relatively high protein. I'm not referring to bro science high-protein which says that you need to eat. You know a one and a half grams per pound of body weight something like that. I mean about point six to one gram protein per pound bodyweight in relatively lean individuals. So if you're obese you want us lean body mass but if you're you know in this body fat range where you're not obese. You could use your body weight so if you weigh one hundred and fifty pounds. You want to aim for anywhere between one hundred to one hundred fifty grams of protein essentially right. That's those two things are probably are the most important i would
Does the 4-Day-Week Really Work?
"I have been such a fan of the day workweek for ever. The quality of life improvement working for longer days instead of five regular days. Were you have three days away from the office versus two days away from the office and i say office i mean from work. I think is incredible and you may have heard. They've been a lot of news. Reports about how iceland. His experimented with four day workweeks. And they believe it's been a massive success that they've actually had higher productivity it companies in iceland by doing the four day week instead of the five day week and i hope that as employers have seen that flexibility still gets the job done and retaining workers is becoming harder and harder thing. They giving people more flexibility in their lives and four ten hour days. Let's stay instead of five eight hour days. It's the same number of hours at work but when you think about that thing. That was all corporate speak Five years ago or whatever work life balance and companies would say. But they didn't mean it but when you have somebody who's got three days threefold as they can do whatever i think about the people who work in jobs where they work Three longer days on and then they have three days off places that are seven day places. How much they love the three and three in this case. We're talking about four on three off. I mean it's something that. I hope that the bosses at various places will see the wisdom of in even for themselves. Having more time with family with friends. It will be a fuller life a better career doing that. And i think people are better workers when they have more downtime. Like that
"fuller" Discussed on ARN
"Out. Find out how much money you can save right now for free at save with conrad dot com. I gotta you gotta start leaving the territory. Go to sunday the for saturday to that. I got to change your schedule. Man but with a flair was tremendous. What a will great worker. And then he and he and he and i had one of the greatest matches ever had in nineteen eighty two mobile alabama and bob armstrong was a baby face. I was begging face. And bob and i wrestled the week before and the finals of the tournament. To see who's going to some player and Bob i beat up. And then bob came on. Tv with me after that matches over we showed the mac between mean. Bob and then he said ron you know I want you to do me a favor. I want you to the can. You were utilizing me to to refugees. He says. I think we're going to be the world champion you're gonna to beat ric flair next week and i just want to be in the rain and some form and that's the only place i can do that as a referee. I just want to be there to count him out on when you win. That bake belt. You know that. That's a deal. And i go god these serious man. I'd be honored unbelievable. And he turned on me that night and recognize the christie room was bothered them. We're talking about the finish. And i'd already thought about what i wanted to do. And we started into the finished in about halfway through the finish. It was gonna be really really hot. We're in the big building in mobile. The fifteen thousand is is packed. And he says i get halfway through and rick those as well. Because you're gonna get killed. No no no. no. I'm the you know the cops. Great here making all these uses but reckless. Oh really all he was like oh and then he just kept water the rest of the rest of the night imagines a new just walking the hallways rented the rain. This kept shaking his dad. But oh we're not gonna make it through this and So you know break was a tremendous athlete. Great guy and we're still friends talked quite a bit. You know a footnote to that right. People don't understand this but the greatest feeling in the world s to do something like that and fans to beat to shit out of you all the way the locker room because they're so mad and even better is the next week once that aired and got on tv they would beat you up trying to get to the ring for your match. You knew you had done something special and it worked. It was immediate. Yeah and you're right. You know avenue yield a lot like you. Aren't you know it was. It was fun. It was almost fun to to make a mad. Get mad as you possibly could You know i've been in the riots. I've had cut me. I've been cut. I got cut in the rain You know it the chair. He hit with a chair from buying the same riots. And i've been in all kinds of rise and you know when you get to the dressing room and you're still in one piece i it's kind of a. It's kind of funny. I mean i found myself sometimes. Blacks in the back. And did you grab that mark into aso. You throw him. Who's the bleachers into the wall. He went through the breaches and didn't touch nothing. Hit the walk. I mean it was just things like that that it made the the sport. Totally unique to any other sport mr fuller. I'm curious about in the territory system and how it worked in regards to guys coming in and knowing how long they were going to be there sort of win they started. You know. we've often heard the phrase. Well you should rent. Don't buy but aren't tells us well. It's not like you didn't know what was coming. How would you request talent from other promoters and sorta workout what their star in finish dates. Were when a guy came in and was that not always the case. Sometimes it just worked out. They were happy you were happy and you just kept them a long time like armed. Was there for gosh. I a year and a half. We did think business differently. is really funny when i started southeastern and then in knoxville we. It took me almost two years to get that business. Really really cooking on fire and i was struggling to get talent during that timeframe than You know And then call it a lot of different promoters and calling and asking them who you got and who cannot get I was desperate but once it started selling out. Been one everything. Every town was selling out. wrestlers where like the old saying was You know if you wanted to message to get sent. Who was a telugu telephone. Telegraph tele restaurant you know. And that's the way it worked. Once that thing started to get on fire this strips were really short and both my car toys which was a real benefit to us So you longest trip in. Knoxville was a less bad one hundred twenty miles and most trips were forty or you know just basically one town territory and you ran all the small towns around it and once you started sending out like that. I'd never did ever have to go and ask anybody for talent. They helped me find somebody. My phone rang off the wall. Would guys morning to come. you know. And they didn't care about how long it was going to be. They were just like ron your your your yawn fire there and i and i here. We had guys making in smallest territory. Probably in the in the world that South east and little small area around knoxville. We had guys making twelve and fifteen hundred dollars a week when when other territories were making seven. Hundred you know so we had tremendous talent and And it was easy easy to keep them My problem was in in.
"fuller" Discussed on ARN
"And we're going to be talking about that next week. I wanna put a bow on what you called the best year and a half of your life southeastern championship wrestling or continental. Whenever you want to call it it was very much the fuller territory. And i wanted to do it. Justice and we've had such a great time talking about your times there. I mean my goodness gracious the famous stories about the pot roast and now the repossessed car and who could forget boris twenty would pieces of chicken meeting the future mrs lundy and so much more. What better way to put a bow on your journey through what better way to put a bow on your journey through southeastern championship wrestling than to have a very special guest on. That's right. we're making an exception or change in the format or thrown out the rule book for a very special guests. Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the program our first guest ever in the history of arnn. It's the tennessee. Stud mr ron fuller mr fuller. How are you sir arm. Great conrad so glad to be all man with you guys. We are excited to talk to you. We've had a lot of fun talking about the good old days the territory days if you will of professional wrestling and we just wrapped up arns ryan in southeastern championship wrestling. But a lot of great stuff happened to him. He got to brush up against the armstrong's so got to spend some time with mr olympia. And all about mr stubb's but maybe more importantly aren't met the love of his life working in your old territory and we wanted to celebrate the good old days with you today. I appreciate it guys. Man aren't is a district tremendous guy One of the best. If not the best worker we ever had the came through and became a star. And and i know he got married. And pensacola and then And i couldn't be happier for just It's a pleasure anytime i've opportunity well and he feels the same way about you. He talks about you and your entire family and such loving terms and we've got a lot of younger listeners. Who really only knew orange work in. Wcw and of course. They're catching them. These days on a w the anderson legacy continues through his son brock. But you know all about growing up in a wrestling family sort of set. The stage for some of them are younger listeners. Who may not know about the fuller's in the welches well we We go back further than just about anybody. come from the oldest and the largest wrestling family on the planet My grandfather roy. Wells started in nineteen twenty. Four i've got more than twenty members of my family that either wrestled refereed or promoted We come from a family of recipes not just wrestlers but the motors that well my grandfather started the first Tennessee territory which at one time was Having matches in twelve states across the south Then my father started wrestling and he became a wrestling promoter. There's some phenomenal crowds in some very odd places Almost forty thousand people in mobile alabama. Maybe atlanta's largest crowd at wonder if certainly one of their largest nine hundred sixty five and Arizona phoenix arizona's one of its largest crowds ever So my father was in it I have Generation aggressors Were four people in my my family's original group. Roy welsh herb. World's jack welsh and lester welch and And they all had sons lot of sons a lot of boys in the family. All of them turned into wrestlers And we add another offshoot then Make a long story short. We are the biggest and oldest in in all sports and and Some of us were recipes. Some of us wrestlers and promoters some referees we've done just about all of it and and it's It's a it's quite a legacy. Come from and i'm really I'm really pleased to be able to say. I'm part of the welsh family. That feels family the fuller family. I mean you know it's a it's a pretty much. it's been a dynasty. It really has the legacy continues. I mean even to this day you guys impact has been Phenomenal on the professional wrestling industry. And what's fascinating to me. Is you really made. Not just living but Dozens of guys came through this territory and cut their teeth and made not just their living but their legacies and it happened in for lack of a better word. I rather economically depressed area. You know this wasn't new york city. This is florida and tennessee and alabama. And you were doing something that these days is almost unheard of you. Weren't you know coming to a major market three or four times a year. You're going to be back in these same towns every seven days or so and you had to find a creative way to sell those same folks tickets over and over and over and that meant you had to get pretty creative which is why some of the more creative concepts and wrestling were born out of this area. Would that be fair to say. Yeah i think that's a that that is fair. Say conrad Yeah We we had to be very creative. You're right about that and we did We ended do a whole lot of people tend to wrestling trained. A lot of guys gave guys that. Were just getting in like on an opportunity and You know hulk hogan Honky man Brutus the barber Somebody unbelievable i many david chokes Just the arn real right up there on top men probably Fifteen twenty of the the great stars and in the history of the sport Came from our areas either south eastern resting out of knoxville or south eastern out of pensacola continental wrestling later on The furnace Lived you know just to. We trained a lot of guys gave guys opportunity and You know guys like aren't win on really really make us proud and and once we we took those young guys that are going to become stars and we we let them go when they had that opportunity and they came and said iran. I can go here. I can go there. What do you think i. I never held any not a single one of them back. Always said go do it man. It's your time. Go get it go become go.
Why the Trucking Industry Is Such a Mess
"Going to be speaking with craig fuller. He is the founder and ceo of freight waves which Which is kind of like the bloomberg terminal for our transport could be said they cover Transport from a new perspective they also data all that stuff and he is going to tell us all about domestic truck industry. And how stuff gets around after. It's unloaded from the port. So craig thank you very much for joining us. Joe tracy great to be here craig so excited to talk to Obviously there's lots to cover and of course we're going to get into all of the supply chain messes that we're seeing right now but is always you know. It's sort of helps. I think it's especially true in trucking to talk about what the pre crisis environment look like. Because if i recall from seeing the reporting doors a lot of like very intense boom and bust cycles just in the last few years leading up to twenty twenty period where is very good period where it was week. How would you describe this. Sort of health of the industry pre-crisis so this is an industry that runs on very thin margins as if you take the industry average in terms of profitability typically goodyear. The industry will generate three percent gross profits so it is not an industry that is typically very profitable. There's a lot of very very few berries of entry and it's very cyclical industry and so it's reasons of when the market's good aguero costs go up significantly because the input costs go up and win. The market's really bad. Obviously revenue dries up with the economy is sputtering and so because all those reasons. It's a very second goal. I industry so as you mentioned over the past five years. We've had to freight recessions in the past five years and two big boom cycles and that was pre kohout
Jobless Claims Fall to 498,000
"For the first time since the pandemic triggered massive layoffs the number of initial claims filed with state unemployment programs dipped to just below five hundred thousand last week. We'll get a fuller picture of the job market tomorrow. When the government issues it's monthly report for april analysts are forecasting nearly one million jobs
7 North Carolina Deputies on Leave After Killing Black Man
"News radio, seven county sheriff's deputies on administrative leave after the fatal shooting. Of a black man in Elizabeth City. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper is called for body camera footage of Wednesday's shooting to be released after reports that Andrew Brown Jr was shot as deputies went to his home. Serve warrants this, according to emergency radio traffic from the scene. Now in North Carolina. Body footage is not considered a public record. Individuals have to go through the courts. File a petition for the release and that needs to change. According to Brooks Fuller, the center of the NC Open government coalition police body can law in North Carolina really only gives robust access to body cam footage to people who likeness or voice or recorded in the in the body cam footage. Or to those people's personal representatives. So their attorneys recordings of scanner traffic compiled by broadcast, if i dot com from the morning of the shooting include emergency personnel indicating the brown Was
Matt Gaetz Is Said to Face Justice Dept. Inquiry
"Such a skis. That's how one campaign staffer described congressman matt gates after learning about the lurid accusations for which the florida republican is now being investigated. The justice department is looking into whether gates had a sexual relationship with a minor and paid for her to travel with him. Nbc news reports. At gates's communications director abruptly quit quote of quote out of principle. It's not clear what the principal is here but the daily beast reports that republicans have been waiting for years for a matt gaetz scandal daybreak. Why we'll see an end reports a gates used to show nude photos of women. He claimed to have slept with two colleagues on the floor of the united states house of representatives and business insight report. The gates took part in a game that scored female sexual conquests while he was a member of the florida. Legislature matt gaetz is denied that he's ever paid for sex or sexual relationship with a minor. He's not been charged in. The investigation is ongoing joining us. Now is matt fuller. Senior politics editor for the daily beast and cynthia ox me a former federal prosecutor who specialized in sex crime. She's an msnbc legal analyst. Cynthia joining us on the phone. Matt you have been reporting on the story or at least following this story for a long time and you suggested that we'd seen nothing yet. Yeah i think we've got a glimpse of maybe the endgame of this a little bit last night when the new york times reported that The justice department probe might be centered around basically a sex trafficking ring with this friend of his Joel greenberg Florida republican tax collector. On seminal county is insane story. This is a very serious very serious allegations Mckay has denied almost everything here. He keeps saying he's never had sex with a seventeen year old. Last time he had sex with a seventeen year old he was seventeen.
"fuller" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"North Carolina Victorian style farmhouse. It's actually shot in a small town within Los Angeles. County. That farm houses inhabited by this newly orphaned teenage girl named Deirdre Clark play by Oni sky and her grandmother. Grace Maureen O'Sullivan plays grace suspicions run high within the household resulting in the aliens taking casualties in this. Gunfight with some of the local yokels, they just want to be left alone they wanted to leave earth peacefully but police began surrounding the house and they're just barely able to contain some of those gun-toting locals who were out for revenge for these aliens for killing one of their own. That's pretty much the setup. It's a, it's a standoff for the rest of the film. Stranded does contain some decent acting Joe. Morton is especially good here. The SCIFI trappings are enough to keep this otherwise formula home under siege premise afloat for its meagre eighty minute run time I only sky she is the daughter of folk singer Donovan came into her own, most popularly as the star leap email star opposite John Cusak in see anything Marino Sullivan she's mostly known for playing Jane in the Johnny Weissmuller Tarzan films she also happens to be Mia Farrow's. They both quit themselves pretty well enrolls that are not particularly nuanced Joe Morton Played Hollis McCann a take, no Grefe new sheriff in town. The town is full of racist and xenophobic rednecks, and they kind of turned into a lynch mob. When one of their own gets killed by these allegations and to make matters worse, the hostage negotiations get gummed up. A meddlesome agent from the Defense Department or maybe she's dot who knows what she is. She's also interested in getting her hands on these visitors from space. But how is sheriff McCann's going to take all of these aliens in alive? When everybody around them seems to want them dead except for the hostages that they've taken in the house, they are playing for their safety they want them to just be able to leave earth without harm despite the fact that the murdered a local. Now that's the complication I suppose stranded is the first feature that's directed by veteran documentarian Fleming be fuller who takes his pseudonym of text fuller here he hails from North Carolina where the film is set. Fuller had been trying to break into directing commercial films for several years. He began his journey writing a screenplay based on his nineteen seventy seven documentary called death row. But because death row had bleak subject matter, he found very few takers on the project especially since he didn't really have a track record in making feature films. So full of decided, he was going to look for it low-budget endeavor that had science fiction appeal because he's a big fan of the science fiction genre. So we. Headed to this popular talent agency in Hollywood Paul. Kohner and he met with an agent there in Gary Salt Salt represented this unknown screenwriter named Alan Castle. So salt showed fuller castle script. The had this science fiction premise with a strong thriller element. It was then entitled Shockwave and Fuller read this and he thought that it was very reminiscent of a lot of other works that he liked James Faulkner because of the heroes coming together to try to protect this group of innocence from the Prejudice townspeople. He also liked that there were elements here that seemed like the aforementioned desperate hours there was also a thematic lesson on mob mentality and intolerance that was very reminiscent of Frankenstein and there was also a kind of either beauty and the beast or maybe a Romeo and Juliet aspect to the teenage girl and one of the aliens beginning to have some sort of romantic feelings for one. Another fuller felt he should make the sheriff in the script a black man specifically in. Order to add more thematic attention to the story based on judging people by their external appearance and with ripe thematic material, regarding bigotry and fear of the unknown and the kindness of strangers fuller felt this would be an entertaining science fiction film with an important underlying message for younger people over to have across the board appeal instead of a horror story about aliens attacking townspeople fuller felt at this be if he shaped it correctly a heart warming story about an alien misunderstanding. So he decided. That this would be a good first project to get into the movie business. So he took it to associates of his producers, Fourteen Wolf and many other films over the years Bark Levinson and Scott Roosevelt and the first thing that they did was the name of the script to stranded rather than shockwave they felt that shockwave was too similar entitled to this very, well known at least cult well-known Nineteen, seventy, seven Nazis Zombie film from Ken Wider Born called shock ways another change that. They may was reducing the dialogue within the film specifically of the aliens they didn't. WanNa have the aliens conversing so much and see a bunch of subtitles except for some occasional utterances, the aliens described castle script were also much more eerie and otherworldly in the way that he described them within historian. So Fuller decided that they should go for more humanlike alien appearances. So audiences could more readily identify and sympathize with them. The communication among the aliens would be mostly non verbal, they would use. Expressions and maybe some telepathy and once they had the script to their liking, they took it to new line cinema who specialized in genre films with a modest budget and new line cinema gave them three million dollars to shoot film Duane Davis. He was hired as the sound effects editor. He developed a language and he dubbed in the voices during post production, Academy? Award. Winning makeup artists be Shell Burke took him the Oscar for quest for fire and. Then later on Bram Stoker's Dracula she captures the look of the aliens here determining going really right down to granular things like what colors should be used for the weapons and other props that they have in their possession. The aliens here are humanoids they resemble characters that we might find on a typical episode of Star Trek, the next generation or something like that although the film was in the can before that show debuted, some might say that the. Aliens here look like a Glam. Rock band from the Nineteen Seventies. Certainly, it does have that appeal Michelle Burke for the look she researched ufo's and the descriptions of the aliens by witnesses for inspiration, and what she found had already been done pretty much extensively in movies close encounters of the third kind. So she thought that she would do the opposite here she would give the aliens colored contact lenses and headpieces with full heads of hair instead of. Just being these bald humanoid creatures, they would also look beautiful not eerie and they would be much more angelic rather than demonic although there robotic leather clad bodyguard is still intimidating to humans who may not understand such things after a month of conceptual drawings they came up with these five aliens that they eventually used in the movie. The aliens in the film cannot speak English, but we learn the background of their plight and the details of their escape. From their home world to Earth. Using the telepathic powers of this glowing crystal they have in their possession the to humans in the house give the aliens names clean is their leader. Queens son is dubbed Prince. Eventually, he becomes the love interest of a sort for Deidra. The Queen's right hand man is named Sir the silent. The silent fighter servant is named Warrior play by Spice Williams in the movie and their companion is named gestures kind of the. Comical one he's like a pet to all of them gesture here though is played by flee flee of course of the funk rock band known as the Red Hot Chili peppers fact at a wrap party flea introduced Red Hot Chili Peppers Frontman Anthony Kiedis to the female star of the film. I Oni, Sky Flea was certain I only sky was absolutely Anthony Kiedis hype now that the problem here said, she was still sixteen at the time that they. Met Anthony Keates was twenty four. He had just come out of Rehab for drug abuse, but he wasn't dissuaded by her age when they met. So they developed a romance. Keita's started taking her out and he became her first boyfriend and their relationship continued a couple of years till nineteen, thousand nine, and that's when Keita's recurrent drug issues proved to be too dark for I only skype cope with. So she left him for Adam Horowitz otherwise. Known as King Ad, rock from the Beastie boys had grown close to core wits when Keita's ran off with his drug friends instead of coming home at night. So and by the way, if you're a big chili peppers fan this film definitely not named after the Chili Peppers Song called stranded that stranded was a a well travelled parody of the theme song to this television show called branded but they changed the lyrics of that song to being about. Being stuck in public restroom with no toilet paper Kinda comical take their that has nothing to do with his movie at least I. Hope Not I'm glad they took that scene out if it actually appeared in the film now, this is a very dimly lit film. It's set almost entirely at night they filmed the external scenes every day between five in the afternoon and five in the morning it often feels very contained. It feels like it should have been a play nearly all of the action takes place either within or maybe just outside of the CLAUSTROPHOBIC farmhouse. Unfortunately, this is not really a very exciting way to spend eighty minutes especially since we don't really come to know much about these characters to. Truly care what happens to them by the end. The special effects here very minimal there really no better than a cheaply produced television show that has laser blasts and occasionally floating diamond shaped crystal object that records their collective memories veteran actress Maureen O'Sullivan. She. Took the part of the grandmother here because she regarded stranded as a very fun departure from the Types of roles that she normally took. She was in what was regarded as a science fiction fairy tale definitely something she had not done before and she had just appeared in woody Allen's Hannah and her sisters. So she received some acclaim for that prior to these films O'Sullivan as I mentioned she had been known more for playing Jane Opposite. Johnny Weissmuller in. Tarzan films from many decades before her relationship with gesture in this film was actually a callback to her relationship with the chimp named Cheetah in those films. Post Sullivan. Who hated working with Cheetah? She much preferred working with flea who is much more nice. Rather than those chimps there were several of them that plead Cheetah they were mean tempered and would occasionally bite her unlike flea who is actually quite a nice guy. I only sky she landed the GIG in this film after coming to success in river's edge, she had no formal acting training when she appeared in river said she was kind of spiraling off the success there she was to be the female romantic lead. In this film falling in love with an alien she feels she may have actually real life fallen for Prince, the alien in real time but it was disconcerting when she actually got to see Welsh actor Brennan Hughes without his makeup and not in character to really burst her bubble because she had come to him in his disguise. She felt like she knew prince but Brendon Hughes when she finally saw him without makeup was a complete stranger when she'd see him and she was not nearly as interested Joe. Morton. took up the project because it was the first. Hollywood scripted. He had read in some time in which the male lead character was black morton had come to some prominence starring in another film about a misunderstood alien talked about that. In the prior episode of this podcast, the brother from another planet in Nineteen eighty-four stranded had more studio funding behind it and it was more of a chance to go mainstream. So morten took the role hoping to get more exposure in films. Now, text fuller's direction here is workmanlike. Doesn't really have a lot of flash, maybe not a discernible style to attach to fuller. It's a collection of cliches very reminiscent of several well known in better films you will struggle to maintain teen interest. If you're even a casual filmgoer who have seen your share of movies just like this, it doesn't have a very strong sense of humor about itself a really about anything that have made it worthwhile for people who don't necessarily like kind of movie to Kinda get by unfortunately it's instantly forgotten once it's complete. Surprising developments to generate intrigue or suspense, but it's also not what I would consider to be a bad film released a so bad. It's good feel for those people like those kinds of ironic movie watching experience is it's too good to be bad. It's too bad to be good. So what's your left here is kinda straight up the middle as far as films go stranded did receive a small release a limited region based rollout didn't have press. Screenings afforded really tanked in the theaters it came and went about as quickly as a spaceship in the night it was produced for three million dollars. It did not come anywhere close to making that money back. So Fuller and the producers they had intended to do another castle script for their next feature. While the we're making this movie, but the results of stranded left them stranded as for where to go and another movie was never made with An. Alan Cassell script fuller did direct I think one more feature after this in the early nineteen nineties but his career never really developed into that feature filmmaker that he had wanted to become so all and I will give stranded too bad to be good too good to be bad. It's right up the middle. So I will give it two and a half stars out of four two and a half stars on my skill means it had the tools. Have the talent definitely had the actors here and a lot of the technical specs to be a good movie. But because the script is really nothing new despite having aliens in it and the direction not very inspired it just kind of languishes throughout and not even the good performances by the actors are enough to boost it into what I would consider to be a recommendable film for most people so to and ours is the best I can give. Stranded doubt if you happen to be watching this, there is a scene that plays over the end credits where reporter interviews the survivors of the aftermath was not in the original script tacked on just to kind of have a change of pace at the end. It's also the first sunlight and the first were of change that we see in the film. So it became kind of a a novel to kind of throw at the end the reporter by the way in that scene is played by the producer mark. Rosenthal he calls it his Hitchcock Cameo, he actually appears in most of the films he has produced. So kind of a fun treat I guess if you're a fan of such trivia as for next week, I'm going to be moving onto another film. Now, brother from another planet had one alien that appeared on earth that's refugee. This had five and the next one will be hundreds of thousands of refugees that have come to earth in their spaceship, and they happen to be like the brother from another planet slaves. Escaping for a better life on earth I'm talking about a film from nine, hundred, ninety eight. I've seen quite a few times over the years since one night enjoy rewatching from time to time it is a film starring James Caan and Mandy Patinkin, and it is called a nation. So if you haven't seen alienation or if you haven't seen in a while I, do encourage you to check that out before next week's reviewed that one by the way is readily available on home media and your vod streaming services. So you have no excuse but to check that out for next week's episode alienated from CNN Eighty-eight. Thank you everyone listening hope that you enjoy this look and fairly obscure film. Called stranded. I try to mix it up from time to time. I don't want to just cover all the classics because there are a lot of smaller films that are very interesting to talk about within the nineteen eighties and I. Hope you agree if you have your own thoughts on stranded if you are one of the few who have seen it, you can write me just let me know you actually have seen this film before maybe you're a fan, you can find my contact information on my website that's equipped stir dot neck. He wip S. T. E. R. Dot net twitter feed facebook page instagram, or also ways you can get in touch with me all of that at that site. Until, next time. Thank you so much for listening in joining me on this trip around the world in.
"fuller" Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss
"Like that. When it comes up on social media, are you encouraging? Right, now they're you know because of Kobe and all of that very production work is very minimal right now. So I haven't really worked since November I've done a few things from home if you like small fun guest appearances on like Celebrity Watch Party and celebrity call center which was fine and a couple of things like that. Just silly things that I could choose from home. but as far as real work, you know we're I've been doing a lot of meetings at home and doing all that kind of stuff but it's it's hard right now it's it's hard everybody you and so just trying to figure out what's next I have you been meeting with with the rectors and excuse me Different studios about what I WANNA do next with the resting in a sense. You know our business is going to change dramatically as far as how we operate and how I mean like everyone's and so you know because I haven't. Maybe necessarily gotten My heels dug into much into having a certain way that I do things they're really I feel like maybe that might I'm GonNa. Tell myself that that's an advantage because they don't have a lot of. Things unlearn I've just got to navigate some new territory and. You know instead of being like, Oh, I can't do that anymore. It's like, okay. No, let's okay we this is what we work with and this is figure it out. So you know looking at all that and you know I've been super active politically and on social media right now. So that's kind of been like focus. but I definitely, you know I definitely want to get back to work. and I'm sure that my family would like that too because. Everyone knows a little crazy afternoon working. So. Absolutely. Well, it sounds like at least mentally the wheels are turning and you're working very hard and yeah sooner or later that button that pause button will be hit and I've been doing my podcast from home. So that has been able to to at least keep he me going and that's fun. My podcast is never thought I'd say this with my friends who you are and it's an inappropriate crazy look at a parenting and it's pretty unfiltered and decidedly not Danny Tanner approved Bob second but maybe not Danny Tanner. Very brave if you're recording it from home because you're doing it from the belly of the beast. So yes. On on during a time when my kids are here so that they don't hear me talking about them but my older one listens to my podcast now. So this is becoming a problem. You need to create a special separate feed just the special edited version. Yeah exactly. Well listen. Everyone needs to check out jody's podcast for now and pay attention to what's going on in hopefully in the near future because I think you're going to be seeing hearing and just watching a lot more of what you do and in the meantime. Just watch fuller and Fuller House for the next five hundred years because that's never going to. Enjoy it I. Think we all need a little bit of some television distraction and full right now to bring us some comfort and yes, check out never never thought I'd say. and that's our podcast with me and my friends Celia Bihar, and then follow me at duty on on twitter and instagram at official Joey Keaton on. Awesome. Awesome. Will do thank you so much. He's been great having you on the show. Absolutely my pleasure. Thanks so much. All right. Thank you guys for joining us for another episode of the laugh track. We hope you enjoyed that conversation as much as I did. And we WANNA to let you know that the laugh track it's produced by myself and the real workhorse of the team producer.
"fuller" Discussed on KOMO
"There have now been called in the community and among the families of these two men once named Robert fuller he was twenty four years old the other band Malcolm Hirsch the family they're saying they want more investigation that they feel like he was too quickly determined to have been suicide during everything that's going on in the community right now boulder was found dead early in the morning on June tenth in the city of Palmdale in northern LA county he was hanging from a tree in the city square across from city hall and almost immediately when police got there they said well there's no foul play that they could be this was a suicide now they're pulling that back they're going to go a little bit deeper the sheriff here in LA county saying that they're going to look at more of the evidence try to figure it out roster bringing in the FBI California Attorney General to oversee and make sure they do everything this is the only county sheriff Alex in a way that we have the attorney general monitoring our our investigation we have the civil or civil rights division of the FBI also is going to be monitoring our investigation and will leave no rock unturned and then in the Victorville area Malcolm Hirsch that your doctor will back he's being reopened to go deeper and try to figure out what their foul play involved there and think the family of Robert fuller he said it is launching its own investigation that they will investigate and do their own autopsy they want the city of Palmdale to pay for it could be a bomb they'll have not responded to that yet but we know that the city and county fair value going deeper than they were trying to figure out what they have more than a suicide which is what they originally thought it was one of the men's families said we don't know much about them we'd go with that Robert fuller twenty four years old that he was he had a case worker at the department of social services but only say that they really don't know what that was for yet both of the families that that their loved ones were not who is titled that they didn't talk like that they they got they were making plans for the future but beyond that we really don't know much nor do investigators they say that's why they're trying to go deeper in this whole thing said that they want to know what were these men who who they've been around what were they doing on their cell phones with a bass if you get a body were they looking anything up there with that talk about what they may have been involved in they don't know what you've got within a two week period wearing a black man with a okay pretty close defense Victorville and Palmdale out the the the desert in northern LA county of riverside county they want to know if their connection that's why the FBI is now involved ABC's Alex stone joining us from Los Angeles thanks Alex you got to take leave you might have heard of the eight can't wait campaign a list of eight policy changes to police use of force that activists are pushing departments to adopt will now to commerce chief is responding in a statement chief don Ramsdell says they already have policies consistent with five of the eight and they're working on the other three those include implementing a ban on chokeholds requiring a verbal warning before the use of deadly force and requiring other officers to intervene during an incident additionally chief ram still says he has ordered a review of how the use of force is reported within Tacoma police to determine if they can be more transparent he adds that they're working with the citizen police advisory committee on how these changes will be implemented Jeff Pohjola come on news there could be another hurdle to clear to hold an NBA season the summer couples bill Ford explains from the Harley exterior sports desk NBA owners and players union already agreed to bring twenty two teams to Orlando to finish off the regular season interrupted by corona virus and then they'll go into playoff mode but now the players coalition led by New Jersey sky recurving and Avery Bradley of the Lakers once the lead big ownership and sponsors to outline detailed plans addressing issues of importance on the black community's priorities would include more black front office and coaching candidates partnerships with black owned business and arena vendors as many as six Major League Baseball team owners reportedly don't want to have a twenty twenty season that from reporter Ken Rosenthal with the athletic MLB commissioner rob Manfred is less than optimistic an agreement can be made with the Players Association over the number of games and salaries that Sirius XM baseball host Jim Boden says of something is it resolved it could have far reaching consequences for the game financial damage to the sport would be incredible I think you would have multiple teams that would have to file for bankruptcy I think you would see owners that need to sell the team sports updates attended forty after the 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