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"River has become the premium name in Bitcoin that anyone can easily access. Sure, you have a place to buy Bitcoin, but have you tried River? See and feel the difference at River .com, and the River iOS app, the preferred partner of Bitcoin Magazine. Over the last five years, the Bitcoin Conference has become the world's largest gathering of Bitcoiners. From breaking announcements and international media coverage, to countless meaningful talks by thought leaders and industry innovators, we are excited to continue our drive for global hyper -Bitcoinization. From July 25th to the 27th, 2024, we'll be taking the Bitcoin Conference to the city of Music and Freedom, Nashville, Tennessee. Join thousands of attendees for countless opportunities to learn, engage, and network across three days of pure Bitcoin signal. Get your tickets now for the best price at b .tc forward slash conference. You are not going to want to miss what Nashville has in store. Nards. What's up, Harry? How's it going? No bad days. Yo. What's up, Nick? How's it going? You still jet -lagged from being overseas? I got a pretty good sleep in last night, so I think I'm good. Just a little tired. Yesterday was so long. I feel ya, I feel ya. Rod, how's it going, man? It's going. It's going. As my friend Harry Sudock says, no bad days. So, I'm excited for this discussion, guys. I've kind of been, like Nick, gallivanting around Europe and all over the place, everywhere except home. My fiancé and my dog are not too thrilled about that, but I'm back for a little bit. Oh, fiancé? Yeah, dude. Yeah. Okay. When are you getting married, buddy? June. So, right before B24. We can all celebrate there, for sure. Chris will be a married man, ladies, at the July Bitcoin conference here in Nashville, hosted by the Bitcoin Magazine folks. I don't think that's going to help ticket sales, knowing that you'll be a married man, but I'm still. We still got Nick as a young bachelor. That? We can sell a date with Nick Campmine, you know, for saps. That is for dang sure. All right, let's do it live. A date with Nick. Let's start the geyser fun page and see how much we can raise, and then see the pool of candidates.
A highlight from Argentina's Fight for Freedom and XRPs Struggle for Survival + Supporting the Bitcoin Renaissance with Geyserfund - August 16th, 2023
"Hello, and welcome to the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast brought to you by Swan Bitcoin, the best way to buy and learn about Bitcoin. I'm your host, Alex Danson, and we're excited to announce that we're bringing the Cafe Bitcoin Conversations Twitter Spaces to you on this show, the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast, Monday through Friday every week. Join us as we speak to guests like Michael Saylor, Len Alden, Corey Clifston, Greg Foss, Tomer Strohle, and many others in the Bitcoin space. Also, be sure to hit that subscribe button. Make sure you get notifications when we launch a new episode. You can join us live on Twitter Spaces Monday through Friday, starting at 7 a .m. Pacific and 10 a .m. Eastern every morning to become part of the conversation yourself. Thanks again. We look forward to bringing you the best Bitcoin content daily here on the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast. All right, all right. Good morning, everyone. Welcome to Cafe Bitcoin Episode 413. I want to say good morning to Ant, Jacob, all you Cafe Bitcoiners out there. I also want to introduce Marcos Falcone. We have Evangelista Bitcoin. We have Adam Dub. I'm not sure if all three of you guys are familiar with Millie and involved with Millie, but we're going to be digging in with you guys here in a little bit. There's some really interesting things happening in Argentina in regards to the leading presidential candidate is a hardcore Bitcoin advocate. I say hardcore, my opinion. Now, whether that's good or not, we shall see. We all know the history of politicians in Bitcoin at this point. However, he does say some very interesting things. You know, he's, you know, in his interviews, he seems to have a pretty libertarian bent. He he bashes fiat money pretty regularly. So that's pretty interesting. Also, other things we've got going on, we've got Brian Jacuto. I hope I said your name right. If I didn't, please, please help me out here. This gentleman is an American lawyer. He's a Bitcoiner and has written some very interesting threads in regards to the XRP case. We're going to be covering that too. And then later on the show today, we've got Geyser coming on to talk about powering and funding the Bitcoin renaissance. So good morning, gentlemen. Thanks for joining. Thanks for being here. Good morning, everyone. Great to be here. Hi, Alex. Good morning for the invitation. Great to be here. Alex, you handled that pronunciation perfectly, so nice work. Thank you. That's a very interesting name. All right. Good morning to Tomer Strolite. Want to shout out to Rizzo in the audience throwing you an invite if you feel like coming up. Also, want to shout out to Andrew Beggin, who I believe, if I'm not mistaken, Jacob, he connected us with these gentlemen who are familiar with Milly. Check one, two. Good to see you guys. Thank you. All right, guys. In general, just a couple of points of housekeeping. If you're not actually speaking, please mute. So that helps us avoid things like echoes and things like that. And then we'll dig in. Finishing the intro for the show, by the way, our mission for this thing is to provide the signal in a sea of noise to the other seven billion people on this planet. Why there's hope because of this bright orange future that we call Bitcoin. Why don't we dig right in? I don't know which one of you guys, if you have a spokesperson or someone who wants to lead the conversation on your side, but tell us a little bit about who you are, how you know or are connected to this presidential candidate in Argentina, what's going on in Argentina and why do you think he's leading in the polls right now? Sure, Alex. Well, I can start speaking and introduce ourselves. We are three libertarians. A few years ago, we started doing the first libertarian party of Argentina. Through the party, we met Bitcoin because one of the party members was a Bitcoiner very early on in 2011. And this member proposed to the party why we accept donations in Bitcoin. I guess we were the first political party in the world to accept Bitcoin donations at that time. Suddenly, the party ended in 2013, but it was the kickoff for libertarianism in Argentina. We lay this candidate that is now in the number one position to become president in Argentina. Later, we are going to explain how these elections were not like a real election, but it was like a primary election, let's say. But this candidate came from being an economist. He wasn't known, but little by little, he started going to the media and getting known. And, well, it's been a rise to the top. And another thing that is very interesting to note, why Argentina, right? Because this might be the first libertarian president in history. And to understand that is that Argentina has been a mess and it's in a mess right now. It's been a monetary disaster since the beginning of the 20th century, since we introduced the central bank. We've been through five different currencies, so we've killed five different currencies and we've taken out 13 zeros in total of all of the currencies. And we've been in inflation almost for all of time from the 60s, 70s, except for the 90s, in which we had sort of like a US tether because the government proposed a one to one vacuum. So we only had 10 years of history without inflation, right? That was the only stable time. But after that, it's been a devaluation of the peso from that one to one. Right now, we must be over 700 pesos to the dollar. And even after these elections that happened on Sunday, when Milay came to the first place, he got 31 percent of the votes.
A highlight from Crowd Funding with Bitcoin
"Over the last five years, the Bitcoin Conference has become the world's largest gathering of Bitcoiners. From breaking announcements and international media coverage to countless meaningful talks by thought leaders and industry innovators, we are excited to continue our drive for global hyperbitcoinization. From July 25th to the 27th, 2024, we'll be taking the Bitcoin Conference to the city of music and freedom, Nashville, Tennessee. Join thousands of attendees for countless opportunities to learn, engage, and network across three days of pure Bitcoin signal. Get your tickets now for the best price at b .tc forward slash conference. You are not going to want to miss what Nashville has in store. Welcome back to the Bitcoin Magazine podcast. It is your host, CK, and I am excited to bring you another winner from the Bitcoin 23 pitch competition. This is Geyser. We have one of the co -founders, Mick, coming on and we are going to take a deep dive into the project, how the community has embraced it, all the amazing work that they have been doing, and what is next for the Geyser project, what is next for Geyser as a quest, really. So let's bring Mick on. Mick, welcome to the show. Hey, guys, pleasure to be here, CK. Hey, Mick, so it was great meeting you in person in Miami. It seems like it was forever ago and Bitcoin 2024 in Nashville is now the big topic. But congratulations on winning the pitch competition at the event. Why don't you talk a little bit about what that experience was like, what it was like pitching in front of judges and being at the event? Yeah, it felt surreal. It felt, winning felt too good to be true. There was such amazing, so many amazing startups, such amazing quality projects out there. So yeah, just winning felt great. And really just being able to participate alongside all those great projects and great VCs, great investors and entrepreneurs on there. And just the whole vibe of Miami, the full seats. Yeah, I'll definitely cherish that memory and always remember that wonderful experience. But yeah, Geyser overall, we really, we're also not here just for the rewards. Like we're here to stack memories and to build things. But at the end of the day, we want to build enduring experiences and build a product that will last and bring tons of tons of value to creators. So I think the winning was a fantastic experience, but at the end of the day, it's just another good reminder that we're on the right track and that we need to keep going. But for that, I really appreciate that. Yeah. So I guess Mik, why do you, or based on the judges' feedback, why did they select Geyser? So I think probably a few things. So the first thing is we've received a lot of traction. We've gotten a lot of traction this year. To think that we were a pilot program that started in January 2022, but we only opened up Geyser to the world in November. So when we launched, when we did the presentation was what, February, March? So it really was only six months of having been live that we won the award. And I think it's because of how much traction, how much activity we've seen growing in Geyser. And we registered 35, 38 % cumulative month over month growth, which of funding activity on our platform. And it's just, it was quite crazy. It's not like we planned it, but it was just kind of this linear trajectory of activity, which definitely looks good on the eye of an investor.
"geyser" Discussed on WTOP
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"geyser" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"You've got to you've got to do the work. You've got to constantly show the work you producing. And as you do that, it's an if your idea is good, and if you're communicating it correctly, well, then people will fund it. And initially, it could just be donations. But then once your project is closer to the final round to getting released, maybe that's a time that you can actually sell your product on guys or so. And guys are you can sell a bit like a shop. You can sell it as a reward so that basically start pre selling that item before. It's ready. So yeah, definitely recommend you. If you're in doubt, always push it out there. And then basically that's a really good way to get feedback from the community on the idea. And sats is a great way of sending SaaS towards a project. It means that I actually, I'm sending the hardest money ever made out towards that idea, right? And that means a lot. That means a lot. That's usually a good sign for creators to make some think, okay, well, there's something here. I want to keep doing this. Awesome. All right, so that's pretty much it. We're pretty much near the end of the show here. Mick, we'd like to give you a moment to make a few closing comments. And then we'll move to rad. Thanks, everybody, for participating today. I appreciate all you guys. Mick, any closing thoughts? Guys, it's been awesome to be here. I really enjoyed it. But I will say is you guys are not bullish enough on bitcoiners. You guys are not pulling in enough Bitcoin creators. There is an Internet. There's an online economy of bitcoiners that are building so much that they are building cultural content. They're building educational content. They're building community. You guys are not ready for it. So just if you want to take a look at what's going on, go to geyser fund and you can start supporting very valuable initiatives. You can start. You can launch your campaign in less than two minutes.
"geyser" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"Let's do this if you're on the panel. If you have a question, if anybody in the audience has a question, go ahead and request to come up, we'll bring you up. You have to be on you have to be on a phone app Twitter phone app to be able to do that. And then also T dot ME slash cafe Bitcoin club. If you want to ask a question in our telegram, go ahead, Shannon. On your crowdfunding platform, who is vetting the projects? How do you know that it doesn't end up being some sort of scam project on there that's going to try to pass off to something else? Really, really good question. And that's something that we plan to put more attention on in the next quarter. But the main problem we want to solve is that accessibility. So we reduced the cost, the effort of creating a project to the maximum so that as many people as possible can launch your project. And we recognize that with that comes also a lot of potential scams. So to make sure that that doesn't happen as much, our landing page is just focused on the top projects. So if you go on guys are funds, you can see all the trending projects that are receiving most donations on geyser. We have this 2% fee, which is applicable to most projects, which they use lightning addresses in that, ensure that there's less does that cost to impersonating. So if you kind of create a fake activity while we're charging you to present. So that minimizes the amount of spamming. But eventually what we're planning to do is that the main way, the main way that the filtering happens is that it's self filters through your social profile. So on geyser to create a project, you need to log in either with Twitter or with noster.
"geyser" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"If I actually, there's enough people that are spending money for me to educate myself about this. Well, this is a new electoral class that I have to start paying attention to. So forget who said this, but some politicians might, at some point, start accepting donation a Bitcoin and I don't have some already are. That's actually been going on for a while in the United States. Lots of politicians have started accepting donations in big one. Interesting. Unfortunately, we've also had like, you know, the community in the USA is a little jaded because we've had this run or handful of or I should say this batch of politicians that figured out that there is a Bitcoin voting blog that there is money behind it and so they started sort of pandering to the Bitcoin base. But they weren't really bitcoiners. They'd get in an office and then they'd do stupid shit. Like, you know, make mining illegal or some shit in New York. A lot of that kind of stuff happened in the last year or so. Right, yeah, yeah. Yeah, but it's going to be a long battle, guys. Yeah, this new crop, though. You know, I'm feeling a little more optimistic about it. Got to say, you know, you look at people like senator llamas and Ted Cruz, you know, Ted Cruz was at the Bitcoin policy summit, which was it last week. I'm losing track of time. I guess it was last week. Bitcoin policy summit. Yeah, so Ted Cruz was being interviewed, and he was basically the guy like, yeah, do you see every day? DCA every day. And I'm building my stock up. And now I have over two Bitcoin and at that moment I'm thinking, oh God, somebody tell Ted, bitcoiners don't say how much we got. Yeah, that's very funny. Yeah, not really, but yeah, it's going to be it's going to be something we need to keep them accountable on and educate them and stuff like that. But yeah, that's just one interesting types of projects that I've launched on geyser. But happy to talk about this other thing that has happened recently, which is a grant. So we haven't talked about guys or grants, but guys are grants is
"geyser" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"That connects to it. So basically, these are all projects on guys, and there's now, I think, 8 or 9. And they're all trying to orange pill their politicians by sending them books of either the Bitcoin standard or layered money or there's some other books that are being prepared. And basically, you can go on geyser right now, click the swan these projects. And basically buy a book to a politician your country or another country. And it all started with the U.S. Congress. And we can talk a bit about the origin story of that, which is really interesting. But now it's kind of spread like wildfire and all we have U.S.. You have Finland. You have Nigeria, Germany, UK, you have Philippines, Australia, just a few days ago, you have the EU. The EU essentially orange building the EU parliament. And I think yeah, it's incredible. It's just basically the peaceful revolution in action. And it's just one idea that was, it actually tells a story. It's a really interesting kind of backstory. So the orange bill app Matteo CEO of the original app had this idea, he said he tweeted if si feena was joins the orange peel app. We're going to buy a book of the Bitcoin standard to all the congressmen in the united states Congress. And guess what happened? Cipher Dina was joined orange fill up. And they're like, oh, fuck, we should have checked how expensive the books are, because we have to see $6000. To pay $6000 to buy all the books. And I reached out to Mattel said, why don't we crowdfund it? And it's like, fuck me, yes, let's do a use to save me. And right now, they have 2% away from their goal of reaching raising $6000 to orange peel politicians. So let me take a look here of the updates. Which link do we have to use to help them with that one? Is it the first one? It's a question. Yeah, so the first one. Yeah, that's right. So if you click that tweet, and then you click let's do this. Let's get him there, guys. Look at the nest. Okay, so look at the look at the tweet from geyser, the very first link up there, geyser fund slash project slash orange, et cetera, with the American flag, go to that one. And let's
"geyser" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"And I think if you look at Bitcoin, that was always very useful even up to two years ago. Most of the funding was all around development and is needed open-source development, so crucial. But what I was noticing is the emergence of this new class of creators of builders, which are the creatives, for example. People that are making insane content that are making movies are making films. That are going out in the field and communicating and evangelizing Bitcoin to the world. If you think about Paco de la India, we were one of the first people to make friends with and push them into the Bitcoin. If you think about any da posh, going around the world, educating and backed by the community. But also communities, communities themselves, micro communities around the world forming and creating their own little conferences with their own little meetups. And what we wanted to do was just be a place where they could, if someone had an idea of a way to add value to Bitcoin, they could just go to geyser, post their idea and then get community, the community, the big community, or their community, to support them. So just to bring one case in point, one of the most recent projects was Bitcoin block Munich. And they essentially are, they set up the space in Munich in Germany, where they invite their community to host events, and so they wanted to rent a space in a shopping mall where people could go to where they could do all sorts of Bitcoin related activity around Bitcoin education Bitcoin culture. You can sell merch on there. You can watch the weekly movie Sessions. They have educational type activities. But through the community they've now raised, let me actually just see here, I have them. They have 85 individual donations raised 21 million sats. That's 21% of a Bitcoin. Which is yeah, probably around in almost tens of almost an tens of thousands. So it's full, right? Right now we have around. We just crossed the 500 projects on geyser. 15 Bitcoin raised 27,000 individual contributors. And actually, just let me just show you. So this is the chart, and really I'm really here to share, not just guys, or guys, but the emergence of the Bitcoin economy, the Bitcoin ecosystem. And it's just people that have skills, they want to add value to the Bitcoin ecosystem. They want to basically improve Bitcoin and somewhat shape or form or spread a bit further. And guys are just a really good place to do that. So I'm really here to tell the good story of everything that is happening around the world because this is global. And
"geyser" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"A little bit of a weird combo leading up to you joining us, but we do appreciate you joining us. No problem. Thanks so much, Alex. So good to be here. Heard so much about these cafe bitcoins, joined a few, always very, very high signal. It's an honor to be here. Yeah. Thanks for being here. So a little bit about geyser, a lot of these different crowdfunding things you hear on this show, we talk about a lot of fundraisers or whatever that are raising money for Bitcoin and core or lightning development or me premiere Bitcoin, all these different things that are raising money for Bitcoin related stuff. They're all doing it on geyser as far as I can watch and say most are. And it's really interesting. So geyser I'm just going to read it real quick, little blurb here. And then Mick, if you want to tell us a little bit about you and your background, how you became Bitcoin or maybe tell us about geyser. But geyser is like a lightning native crowdfunding platform that makes it easy for online creators to launch projects, engage their global community and monetize. So talk to us about you and how this thing started. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah, I well said. So yeah, guys is very much the we see lightly native, but it's very much Bitcoin native. You can use, you can use lightning, you can use on train, it really is both of them. But it is slightly in the sense that we think lightning is the future. And that's sort of how guys are started. So I was really just playing around with my node around two years ago, and I was kind of had the realization that there was so much happening in the space. There's so much like infrastructure already being built, lightning was proven. It works very, very high success rate for every transaction.
"geyser" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"His addresses, you know, we've correlated them to this very particular signature of mining, which people call signature, right? But he stopped mining at least in this way. As soon as, you know, a handful of other miners joined that work. And as soon as the difficulty grew larger than one, the starting value. And actually, that also correlated one second. Hey, shut the fuck up. My bad. I also correlated. I was getting there, man. Some land in it. It also correlated with the very first exchange rate being released. I mean, all these things kind of happened all at the same time. Are all around the same time. People started to recognize the value of Bitcoin, more people started mining it. It actually gained actually became valuable, at least in exchange for Fiat. And so all these things kind of happened around the same time. Also what happened is the heat started getting turned up. So maybe he just peaced out. But it was interesting, nonetheless, that he kind of stopped mining when the network became self sustainable. Yes. I don't think he ever stopped mining. I mean, if I created a system, I mean, and nobody I know that started mining stops mining. No, no, no. But he stopped when mining started becoming much more specialized, right? I mean, he was mining with CPUs or some sort of strong together CPU configuration. I mean, how do we know that? We don't know who he is. Well, I mean, we can know based on the signature of his mining, right? And we know that his system that he was mining was much more advanced than just like the regular CPU miners that other early miners were doing. And that's the reason why we were able to distinguish. We could have gone and picked up a laptop and from a different stratum like in a different node.
"geyser" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"Stuff, hopefully two quick things for jobs, swan is hiring a director of marketing for global wealth and we're also hiring a head of client services and then finally swan is sponsoring the toxic happy hour pleb party in Miami on May 18th. So that evening, if you are a swan private client, we have got a block of tickets for swan private clients hit me up or any of your swan private managing directors. To do that, but also regardless, like tickets are on sale, you can grab a ticket in the nest. That's going to be a great time. And I hope to meet you guys if you're coming to that. Later on in the show, we've got guys that are coming up. We're going to be talking about geyser crowdfunding here in about 15 or 20 minutes too. Welcome doctor Jeff. Good morning, Adam O how you guys doing? Or Alex Martin, everybody? Doing denim. I was not going to blast listening to Brad. I mean, I work with Canadians all day. And so there's just something about the Canadian accent. And in a sense, when Brad's talking about ethics and morality, it's just, you know, it's so soft, right? He puts such a soft edge on harsh topics. It's always, it's always fun to listen. But, you know, I think not to beat a dead horse, but I think, you know, it's one of the things is, you know, Bitcoin has to do with everything. Because money is the technology that allows humanity in humans to organize much more efficiently. Without money, you know, we're back to barter and trade and markets don't clear and there's shitloads of arbitrage and deadweight loss and a sound of money really allows for the organization of humans to be catalyzed and that leads in all areas of life. And so I think there is something to be said about an ethical and moral money. And what that does to the human psyche, what that does to how humans behave and treat each other. You know, like if I was a big banker, my dad was JPMorgan, right? Like I would feel entitled because I'm close to the money spigot. And I would probably be taught how to, you know, you do this, you go to this school, you make friends with these people, and then, you know, you get these VC fund guys to launch your company and go public and you know, by the time you're 27, you have $25 million in the bank. And then all you got to do is check that wealth and grow it at 5% per year. And your kids and their kids won't have to worry. Because we are the elite. We are the risks because of this crooked money system. And I might not even see it as crooked, right? I can just be born into it. And what does that do to a person's psyche and what does that do to society, especially to those who aren't in that position? And so I think it's certainly an appropriate topic. It's maybe not the sexiest topic to talk about, but it's an appropriate one.
"geyser" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"These are these tokens will be highly, highly manipulated, right? They have all been issued and controlled by a handful of people. They'll issued themselves a billion tokens for nothing or for whatever it costs them in minor fees. And then they're going to sell to themselves one of these tokens for a dollar instead of one 100th of a cent and say, oh, look, this is the value who wants to buy a few thousand tokens for me for a few $1000 and look at how much it's pumping. And of course, that's will you buying it is the dump. You're getting dumped on. So I would just warn people to stay away from this. And then expect it to go away. Scammers will go away when they don't when they don't find targets to scam. And I think that by coming on to Bitcoin and trying to make a thing of this, they're fishing in the wrong pond because I do think bitcoiners are going to be wise to this. They'd have to bring over a lot of suckers from other coins, which would also be good for the Bitcoin price, but I don't think that they're actually going to make this happen. The time will tell. Sorry for the long grant, but I don't think this represents a serious attack on Bitcoin in any way. I think it is an unfortunate thing that it's in the short term increased the cost to transact on chain. But this too, this has happened before in 2017. And eventually the spammers run out of money because Bitcoin costs money to use. And the money that it costs is not money that anyone can print. It's like someone was saying, well, the U.S. government can just print money. Well, if they do, they still have to buy Bitcoin to use Bitcoin to spam Bitcoin, which drives up the price of Bitcoin as measured in U.S. dollars. So they're helping at the same time that they're trying to hurt not that they're not that the U.S. government is behind this. This is just our typical usual shitcoin scamming clowns. Some of whom we know who they are, how there's just quite in the background.
"geyser" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"To create these coins and then try to pass them off as something. And it's the reason you'll be paying 82 sats per virtual bike to get transactions. And then I lost you. Were you saying something? Oh, you must not be able to hear a noodle 'cause noodle was responding to you. But okay. Well, I agree with you, tomer, and then you keep seeing this, the so called greater fool theory. There's also this thing where there's tons of scams all the time, right? You've got people sitting in Indian call centers, basically trying to scam elder, elder fraud, trying to get you to go buy gift cards at Walmart or whatever, because they're from the quote from the IRS and they're finding you or whatever. I mean, all the different scams, right? But the reason if you think about it, the reason these kind of scams exist is twofold. Number one, we do not have a very level playing field when it comes to income. And there are people in the world who are like a dollar a day. And then there are people in America who make stupid amounts of money a day. And other western nations. And as long as that's occurring, plus, as long as, well, you know, as long as people are what's the word, lacking discernment and easy prey, there's a sucker born every minute, according to P. T. Barnum. It's nice. That kind of stuff. It's going to keep happening. What's up, wicked? How's it going? I was going to ask tomer. So with these, I think I haven't been following it very much recently. If I'm being honest, excuse me for not knowing about this chicanery happening on Bitcoin, but it's BRC 20, right? That's like the thing. So sorry, I want to say there's a fucking name unless coming by one second. But we caught it on the podcast. I'm sure that's not the folks coming for you, wicked. That's me in there, sorry guys. I'm kind of cruising by. All right. Cool. Anyways, so I was going to ask though, so one thing I've been hearing about recently and I hadn't even known of it being a problem or like it being a potential problem is UTXO bloat. So I was wondering if you could tell us about that, tell me if you've thought about it at all. So there's a second type of these inscriptions that are calling themselves stamps that don't rely on taking advantage of taproots, witness
"geyser" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"Awesome. How long have we been using that? I don't know. We've been playing it like the 6 months. I think I'm still not tired of it, man. I'm literally like every time I hear gives me chills, gets me fired up, gets me a little bit ticked off, ready to go. You know what I mean? I need to write some bars. In a past life about 15, 20 years ago, I used to do a bit of that stuff. So I'm going to write some and try and get like a, I don't know, Jay-Z or a Drake or some kind of someone known rapper and get some Bitcoin lyrics on it. Yeah, let us know when you do want to hear it. All right, good morning. And welcome to cafe Bitcoin our mission for this show is to provide the signal in a sea of noise and teach the other 7 billion people on this planet. Why there is hope. Because of this bright orange feature that we call Bitcoin. Today, we're going to talk about, among other things, the one way door, what happens when you walk through that door and you can't go back the other way. And also, when super signalers, what I call super signalers, figure out Bitcoin, the good orange pilled, and then they start affecting the rest of society. Interesting things happening right now. Later today, we got geyser, they're a bit kind. Crowdfunding platform looking forward to that. Damn it, I wish wicked was here because 13 1 million 584,000 new Bitcoin addresses were connected to the network just last month. Yeah, you have a field day with that, right? And I think those are interesting stats. I know I know they don't necessarily mean anything, but I'm always, it's always interesting.
1300 Men Defeat Woman Who Beat All Women
"1300 men defeated the woman who defeated all the women in the world who competed. She was second among women and passed 1300 among men, and the very, very sick people over the left. Morally sick. And I think psychologically so. There's something wrong with you if you don't understand that it is wrong to allow biological men to compete against women. There is there's something wrong with you. There's a second motivation for the run for the the for the man to run as a sheep. There's a second motivation for the man to run as a sheet attention. Exactly, you're talking about exactly that is correct. This guy, the geyser buffoon, okay? He puts on a wig, a pink wig and a bra and says I'm a woman, two months after he races against men. And they accept it. And you're a hater, if you deny his right to compete against women.
The Beginnings of the Philadelphia Black Mafia With Former Police Officer Sean Griffin
"African american people have notoriously been kept squeezed out from those kinds of things. We've got all kinds of reports red line. you can't get loans. There's just a lot of ways that african americans been squeezed down and a made drugs came along and boy. These owes young geyser being squeezed out. They saw a way to make money and make big mma to do any kind of crime on organiz basis like that you got a former organization is always usually ends up with the title. Mafia hit less cabot general term. Even though it's really sessaion in nature. But what's russians russian mob russian mafia. He get the black mafia. So how did that develop their in Philadel- well is most major. Cities had a lack of remorse. Lady hurts because they didn't have offices the banking. It met that. I find mulcher series source of pines in so long numbers. One is especially atms. Rows road bags for neighbors now is all throughout the country. We had one in kansas city. Guy named peyton. He was the banker and he had the policy and he had several bars and he was active in politics and he joined with the irish organization to help get the vote out actually converted all the african americans from republican because they all rebublican before because lincoln won the war at a dow. He turned him all the democrats to go with machine. So i bet you got the same thing in this country. I mean w registering ninety nine. Buffy negro now obviously it's not it's a microcosm of what was going on about such what he called rove ice and that's the influence of those people in that neighbor in those neighborhoods and they heading rented power. Forget it was a patriot. Serves no different than the irish who police and firefighter. You trash hold jobs. This is really not complicated. But it's complicated. Because the media academics ever talked about the so no already getting back to your phillies. Black mafia it. We don't know when it started wisdom. The common theme was they started in the mid sixties. I always the foot only. Because when i started my research in the nineties about outfits i was lucky i have the benefit of twenty years of hindsight sarai. Now new flu group was supposed to look like a new bieber. Were slack ago. Records law intelligence violence and newspaper active. And what you wind up seeing where clusters of these guys being arrested together so they will each other for years. Whether that was organized crime racket the matter of honest we get to the mid sixties. There are actually calling themselves. The black
"geyser" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"To use the toilet. Yes a famously unhygienic place. I mean we're still using a descendant of what our caveman ancestors would do with the leaves on a hole in the ground and we're living in the twenty first century. Yeah there should be space-age way to we're living in an age of wonders spacious space age equivalent of leaves a hole in the ground. And what is it can. It's the hello to she three point. Oh modern day attachment okay. It cleanses very serious. Lunges you with the precise stream of freshwater again not something available to our hunter gatherer ancestors unless they sat on the geyser. Just right right. And it's not an imprecise. Geyser it's not like you're sitting. It's not like somebody with fire hose. It's not like you're a blunt instrument as it were right. This is precision stuff. You're not you're not putting your pushy in a raging torrent no eco-friendly. Because you're gonna use less toilet paper. It's easy to install because it doesn't require any electricity or additional plumbing and it's affordable. Yeah well that levels the playing field only some people have. You don't have billionaires to have clean butts and everybody else. The ninety nine point nine nine nine percent of humanity to have unclean butts. Yeah we should start calling billionaires clean butts. Hey what's up clean. But i bet you're really clean and really get them. No but then it would be democratized by hello tissue three-point which is you could stand up and say to mclean bud ie to mclean but clean bots for the mass clean. But's it's sanitary you've you spray you dry.
"geyser" Discussed on We Saw the Devil
"And one day on may thirty first twenty fourteen. The three of them woke up from their sleep sleepover and went to a local park. A nessa morgan. Unbeknownst a payton had spent six months devising a sinister plan and then they decided that that day it was time to put it into action so they went to the restroom building in the park The initially planned to knock peyton unconscious and murder her in the bathroom. Morgan geyser would later told the authorities that it would have left a less messy crime scene because there was a floor drain but apparently they were too nervous and they ended up leaving the bathroom so they told peyton that. Hey let's go bird watching. And so they went into the nearby woods. That bordered the park once in the woods. And this a wire said now. And in morgan geyser began to stab payton repeatedly. They penned her down stabbed her nineteen times in the arms legs and torso with a five inch. Long blade one stab wound in particular luckily missed one of her major arteries by less than a millimeter however others went through her diaphragm cutting into her liver and stomach. It was a brutal brutal attack. That left her with very very very critical injuries. However payton slowly dragged herself to nearby. Bike path were cyclist actually drove up on her and then was able to call nine one one. She lived and was able to tell police what had happened. So both a nisa ghion were charged as adults and they both face up to sixty five years in prison. Both of them entered not guilty. Pleas by reason of mental disease or defect and this wire was actually supposed to go on trial. I but the very very very less second she took a plea deal. She pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of attempted. Second degree intentional homicide. And as a part of that deal a jury would hear her insanity defense and basically more or less decide whether she was criminally responsible and should be sent to a prison or not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect and sent to a state mental institution. The trial which was a very sensationalized very very big trial. F you nancy grace for getting everybody all wound up over the phone as well but a jury did in fact find her not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect and she was sentenced to twenty five years in a state institution. Morgan geyser the very very very clear and obvious. Ringleader of this entire fiasco also made a deal with prosecutors for her. She pleaded guilty to attempted first degree intentional. Homicide and prosecutors agreed to challenge for insanity. Defense and morgan. Geyser was therefore sentenced to a forty year commitment an state mental institution. And while. morgan. Geyser was there. She was actually diagnosed with early onset schizophrenia..
"geyser" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"So thank you. For listening to the podcast. Let's dive more into mx. Gp talk all right. Let's get our own racer. X's kellyn brower on callan the excitement level for amex. Cpi kicking off for you this weekend. Higher than paula. Lucas oil pro motocross champs the same level i would say bit higher than than policy likley. But now i'm actually. I'm just really excited that we have both series racing again. Like it's fun that we can watch pro motorcross one weekend and then the next week we got. Gp's to watch that's really cool. Yeah you you love this stuff for sure lupinos qualifying time slash strong second moto cal and there was nobody happier than you did. I say you win milling out there. I was not me. There are a few others out there. I mean that was really cool to see him come over and and Give out and see kind of where. I was personally surprised to see him fifth fastest. I didn't think you would. You would go that high kudos to him. You figure some stuff out. And he said he's gonna go back and try some settings out that he worked on here and we'll see if it pays off this weekend. Yeah dan our buddy. Dan truman he said stuff was too soft lupino stuff with soft. Yeah shocking right. So then. Dan said okay. We'll do it. He couldn't get a hold of. Pino the wpa guy took it apart and was like. I don't have any of these parts. This is all factory stuff that i can't fix so dan was like we'll just put us a us setting in and our buddy so he got us set a suspension totally different internal from what he's used to and he first time he wrote. Practice was brand new suspension. That he'd never written before i love. It was a great story. So you know i. It said that went out what he said. Oh i really hope that it works because we're not gonna be able to change it because you have so so little time the we haven't the gp's to actually change the setting if you didn't like it right right so jt. And i are doing some as before we got you on here. Look if everybody races. All the motos and with tim geyser and jeffrey hurling and hori pronto. That is a big question. Mark right but if always the motos. I honestly think it's. It's hurling product. Geyser it to me in that order. Jt's come around on geyser instead no hold up on that. Where are you at with these three guys because they are the title favorites. They just have to stay healthy all of them. Yeah i would say it's probably erling guys are product to me. I think though he did figure it out a little bit by the mid of the season last year Still i think has some growing to do within the class and be able to repeat that weekend after weekend before i'm fully air on him but i do agree with you that i think it's gonna be those three i. I think that for at least the first half of the season. It's going to be a lock. Geyser and her lungs with with guys are probably getting the upper hand a lot of the time if they're if they're going to raise all the rounds like you said because it seems like hurling is still kind of slowly working back into things here and and getting his feet under him because that was a big injury that he dealt with and i think mentally it's maybe put him like a hurdler to back and he's he's got a kinda jumped again to get back to where he was. How how. what's your concern. Level on on a scale of one to eighty four four hurling preseason results benoit's and beat him. I didn't see earned. Jt said that he lost a moto and see..
"geyser" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda
"This is what that looks like. This is how i learned how to you know what i mean really going deep with it. So there's some kind of understanding this is the ways that you can feel pleasure. This is this is like the beautiful. You know dance with god that you can have with another in this in this ecstatic experience. That's literally transcendental like there's just you know that that it's possible it's nice to know like the full range of possibility sexuality because a lot of times when we're in our youth were hearing. Don't get pregnant geyser. Geyser told. Don't don't don't get pregnant. Where's there okay. Thank you okay. And how it. How can that. Where is the conversation about connection and depth in. Not just sex and don't get pregnant. I mean that's a great start you know. And there's so much more about what the act of intimacy can be like. And what are the steps of the building. The foundation that is clear communication. And trust so that that can happen. And how can how can i even even in our adolescent. Even you know how can a teenager have language and tools to start building that foundation for sure with with a partner that that also might not know how it's gonna be our responsibility to start having those conversations that maybe they they're uncomfortable and having and if they're avoided that tells you that they're not ready. Yeah but that is how you treat somebody as a sovereign be not as like you were my child i own. You don't do this because i think wrong. It's like let me give you some tools to empower your own sense of choice because you are a sovereign meaning. You're going to choose what you know instead of this like like i always come back to that like punishment system. I feel like the system kind of just makes kids want to break free from incentive actually like being guided with tolson make their sovereign choice like their their own soul this coming year with their own purpose and pat. Then how can you steward that in the most beautiful way as a mentor as a an aunt as a parent..
Legends of the Nahanni Valley
"Today and my month long search for strange places from around the world. Both man made and natural traveled. Canada's northwest territories and deadman's valley located a hani national park reserve in the whole region northwest territories canada surround miles west of yellow night. And it was eleven thousand square miles in area. Part of the mackenzie mountains reside. Within and the south nonni river flows through the center. It was named a national park. Nine thousand nine hundred seventy six and a unesco world heritage site nineteen seventy eight. The park is surrounded by huge peaks and features geysers sing. Kohl's deep canyons caves. Gorgeous and beautiful untouched. Forest within these stunning vistas lies. Virginia falls three hundred fifteen feet high or twice the height of niagara falls. This by the by is the last known. Location of the wahiawa abair dog and one ten thousand years ago woolly mammoth. The area is a true wilderness and has been largely unexplored as it is accessible. Only by air new hani's from the language of the indigenous dna people that have inhabited the region for thousands of years in means the people over there in reference to a tribe of mountain tooling people the naja who were once known to raid lowlands settlements before mysteriously vanishing there is speculation that they may have been ancestors of the modern day navajo over the years. There have been many mysterious stories that have emerged from the area. The names of park areas such as deadman's valley headless headless range and the funeral ranch relate to these strange stories and legends
"geyser" Discussed on She Podcasts
"Where's the pen i gave you. I returned goes. What do you mean you turn it. Where'd you return it. He was turn into macy's he was like what god you could have been arrested. It was fake pen imply. God totally could have been arrested and thrown in prison for trying to thank. God is a good knock off though right. That is insane. I know it's crazy right. Recall totally selena anyway. Those are fun pens. They aren't they need cartridges. And you can't don't press too hard. I'm i yes. I'm totally learning and i already told my girls don't don't touch it. Don't touch over. Never never never because because that little tip is very shy agile and if it's sharp also it's very fragile and if it gets like a cracker something your line will no longer be your. Yeah look my mom is. My mom is watching by the way she's saying. Hi mom that my dad has a real mont blanc. So i got my first though. Mom this is a one daddy has way is yours blanc. Also no no no. It's alami safari. But i think that this is my dad. I think my dad has this pen. And i just thoroughly not for myself. So they're really nice. Men watches to. They also like pens. All right well tend to wrap this up. Thank you guys. So much for. Listening to she podcast. And for those of you. Who are watching. Geyser are wonderful if you wanna find us on social media..
Severe drought could make the Old Faithful geyser less faithful
"In yellowstone national park. Large crowds watching as old faithful erupts with a roar launching a spire of water about one hundred and fifty feet in the air. Old faithful erupts at regular intervals throughout the day. But it was not always so predictable. Fossilized wood found on old. Faithful's geyser mound suggest that the guys are once stopped erupting long enough for trees to grow their trees. Do not grow on active. Geyser amounts that her hurwitz of the united states geological survey. His team sent samples of the would for radiocarbon dating and found that all were from the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries so looking into it we found out that that was probably one of the driest periods in the region for last twelve hundred years. He says that as climate change causes more severe droughts. Something similar could happen again. There's a chance that some of the guys will change their frequency of europeans. And maybe even stop erupting depending on the availability of water. A complete shut off is not likely it would take many years continued. Drought but old faithful could erupt. Less frequently. eager tourist might have to wait longer to see the show.
Washington, D.C. - 2 US Park Police Officers Indicted in Fatal Shooting of Bijan Ghaisar
"Breaking moves up to park police officers have been indicted in connection with the death of John Gesar. Comes after the FBI chose not to do so happened three years ago after a slow speed chase. Our team coverage begins with Peace Christi King. Each of the officers could get 20 years of convicted on charges of manslaughter and reckless discharge of a firearm. Moving forward with this case is the right thing to do, and it represents justice. Perfects County Commonwealth Attorney Steve Piscano was noting that FBI investigators weren't allowed to be witnesses before the grand jury were ableto get the indictment. We feel confident, making the case based on the evidence. Gathered by the Fairfax County Police Department be Zhang Gesar was shot and killed in November of 2017 after leading officers on a slow speed pursuit initiated because of a fender bender in Alexandria. He drove away after someone rear ended his SUV failing to respond to officers after twice stopping his vehicle and driving away. The third encounter ended in a neighborhood south of the Beltway, with officer shooting into Geysers vehicle repeatedly as it began to roll forward. All of that captured on a county police officer's dashboard Camera. Christi King. W. T O P News. I'm
Is Old Faithful Becoming Less Faithful?
"Old faithful used to have a less than modest nickname attorneys timepiece. Since at least the late eighteen hundreds this wyoming cone geyser has vowed spectators with its predictable. Eruptions you can see the landmark for yourself in Yellowstone National Park home to over five hundred geysers more than one hundred and fifty of these water spurting marvels including old faithful occupy the parks upper geyser basin so named in eighteen seventy because it spouted at regular intervals. Old faithful gets more fanfare than any other geothermal attraction in the world visited by presidents and immortalized by artists. The guys are spouts about seventeen times a day. Countdown clocks tell gathering tourists when to ready their cameras for the next waterworks. Show is he. There's a simple formula. Rangers used to estimate. How much time will likely elapsed between any two eruptions of old faithful? According to the National Park Service about ninety percent of these eruption predictions are accurate within a window of plus or minus ten minutes. That's a solid track record but old faithfuls still isn't something you'd want to set your watch by. Five decades of observation have revealed that the geyser is changing since nineteen fifty-nine the average interval between old faithfuls eruptions has gotten longer and while most of the actual eruptions which occurred back. Then were rather brief. This is no longer the case we spoke by email with sin may woo a geologist at the University of Utah who studied the physics of geysers and related structures. She said geysers are rare because they require very unique geologic conditions a persistent heat source abundant water supply from groundwater systems and porous or fractured medium that allows fluid migration and he transfer within usually the heat comes from magma a liquid or semi liquid rock found below. Earth's crust which is called lava once it bursts onto the surface yellowstone is positioned over to magma chambers including a. Nice long one. That's just three ten miles underground. That's five seventeen kilometers. Their maker was a localized swell of abnormally hot material. Beneath the crest classified as a mantle plume. It's the reason why. Yellowstone has the world's largest geyser collection the chambers warm up subterranean reservoirs of liquid groundwater. Although the physics here aren't entirely settled. We do know that some of this water gets super heated. That means it's temperature climbs above and beyond waters normal boiling point since this water's held him. Tight corridors. It's got nowhere else to go at first bearing down on the superheated liquid is a combination of overhanging rock and colder water at cramped quarters to the mix. And you've got a recipe for high pressure but the pressure doesn't last forever in a geyser like old faithful hyperactive. Steam bubbles eventually pushes small percentage of the groundwater through a narrow opening at the surface. Just like that. The pressure decreases and sets off an explosion of hot water and steam. If you're wise you'll give old faithful a wide berth. Visitors can safely watch the geyser erupt from a boardwalk maintained by yellowstone venture off that path. And you might be on the hook for six months in prison and a five thousand dollar fine and besides getting too close to hydrothermal features. Like geysers or hot springs isn't a cool idea. When old faithful goes off the water temperature around its vent can hit two hundred and four degrees? Fahrenheit that's ninety six Celsius meanwhile the steam gets even hotter sometimes exceeding three hundred fifty degrees Fahrenheit or one hundred seventy seven Celsius viewed from an appropriate distance. Old Faithfuls eruptions are thrilling spectacles. Even if you've seen one before you might want to revisit the geyser some day because certain eruptions last longer than others. We'll explained that old. Faithful isn't as predictable as at once seemed there are two different categories of gaps between eruptions and of eruptions themselves an eruption that begins and ends in under two and a half minutes is considered short. Others are longer after a short eruption. There'll be an intermission of sixty to sixty five minutes before the Geyser spouts again yet old faithful will reliably take a break of around ninety two minutes once a long eruption subsides over the past fifty years longer eruptions at old faithful have become the norm short. One still occur but they are rarer than they used to be and no one is entirely sure. Why while the mystery is unresolved some geologists blame recent earthquakes for this changing schedule? The guys are source is another riddle. Scientists haven't determined where old faithful gets. Its water supply. Though in two thousand seventeen study Wu and five colleagues revealed an important clue using seismic waves sensors. They found a natural reservoir below the historic old faithful in which stands south. West of the Geyser who who said that body is interpreted to be a highly fractured and saturated area that we think provides fluids source to old faithful plumbing questions and by modal eruptions aside. Old Faithful is indeed more faithful. Then some of its counterparts. It's time we introduced the steamboat. Eiser another yellowstone resident. That happens to be the world's tallest. Active Geyser emitting jets of water three hundred to four hundred feet into the sky above. That's about ninety to one hundred and twenty meters but who said it is very unpredictable and has gone decades between eruptions the last eruption before March of two thousand eighteen was in September of two thousand fourteen. She added however that the two thousand eighteen blow up quote began an unprecedented active phase steamboat. Geyser has rented a total of eighty five times since then with the last eruption occurring February twenty first twenty twenty. We still don't know what initiates this active as what controls its eruptive behavior and what geometry looks like
Boxer Tommy Coyle Announces Retirement
"Well when you having a good start to the year a special announcement for two whole Coun- self joined by Tommy. COYLE could see my last time. I saw you you you in Campus Filial Vegas. You're off to New York based business. Fell food to you you you just off the back of the Gerry fight in New York and we had that impromptu shot which turned into quite an emotional one because obviously you were considering your future and if announced yet so that's GonNa be five six months ago. I now think of June July yes five months and you've got some news sweetie sort of prompted you to to make a decision. Yeah Ace. This is a tough call. But I've decided family trains manages. It's time to call it a day. What a phenomenal Korea? Korea achieve more than thought I would have. I exceeded my consensual. Absolutely you know I never very my wildest dreams thought I didn't find a Madison Square Garden so look over my shoulder and I'm content. I'm happy with my career bull. Well it's time to call a day. I always said I wanted to get out of the game with all my faculties intact and I'm going to stick to my poem is not so I'm going to given well. Congratulations on an amazing career but oversee this is probably my difficult vineyard done. In ten years I retired about four or five times in the last a six months and just announced today would start crying. I don't know he will know. I've cried no Fato you now. The Classic Moments Not GonNa lie of being that'd been docked to being twelfth being over because I don't worry tie little fight in love everything about all of the come opening Cameron louds physicality of Avenue. You know gain in there and I've been a little bit percents There's no way I fi- why and someone awards I've been involved in. He goes swimming. You get what you know. He's how many more wars have. Where do I draw the line? Do I have one war too. Many interesting I've achieved my mountaintop. I've known world champion The best fighter in the world book of our right good goal of made to talk caught. Memories are properly really. We're GONNA talk about some of your your best memories and best fights and stuff over the next so forty five minutes dish. You've come coming to the end of the year career as you know you can always have just one more fight but actually to draw the line and walk away before that one more fight becomes two more free more. Yeah yeah he's actually probably brave room. I get back in the ring. Yeah it's not money does get it right and when the right hammers to to get out and five very yes you have you look at examples of guys lead. Floyd mayweather obsolete aren't right Joe Calzaghe don't rate. There's not many more that the the difference like just getting out of boxing at the right time. We're not talking like levels of war. People are in the sport but very few fighters get it right and a problem with a lot of geysers they lose a fate and they will win an illusion and negotiates the win and I it just keeps going on and I think that's someone like Tommy Tommy Different Completely different character me. I'm enjoying boxing. At this point in time him but when I feel like a stand retire nor ten retire I will. We were joking about it. I was expecting Tomita shadows here today. I'll Albee hoppy when I sit down and do a Tko. Paul cost talking about my retirement. My career but Tommy's Amman wants to fake all the time and it was just m some fun not that I don't Wanna I love but I would enjoy. Enjoy the director. Yeah I think the thing is. I have a phenomenal business. I have a little business business of work harder and always been a believer that you console Dream Look like a nightmare. I'm health and wellbeing industry and out. How can I go out that promote health and wellbeing? If I've got my own and the way I fight he's no viable in the body the brain everybody knows aw. My eyesight is being affected. Douse the reason Jane more pulled me in the fire Jerry and I don't WanNA A. I considered the operation to fix vision. But that would be like you know in the Burn Hill and then Jim fire you and you know some day I don't want full live with this won't leave. I I really love it. I've hundreds of kids training gyms are WANNA stay in. I love it so I can Remain passionate by and do a good job of older kids that we work with when you mentioned about the either one nine the spring Simonis Mondays. Anthony go go. He was on the Undercard of Derry. Mathews if I'm right and he's been caught woefully short so early very very unfairly and I guess the one thing that when people look to you when this episode goes out in a in a couple of times that you have set the exit strategy up from. I'm a sport that so many tone we're gonNA hide featuring older Danny Williams this season at some point and sit down with him us into forties after an amazing career the sort of ended a decade and half ago and didn't perhaps because he didn't necessarily stop an exit strategy and didn't have maybe the education to realize that there are other things that you need to do off the boxing and I know that some of you were hard on we've been saying life off the boxing and you have to set it up early and Patchy think do I would take the base of Tommy and again I know where I'm at the stage of my career but my boxing at this point in time is capable of the time I'm not so I want to do and I think that I think in about the things that Tomlin's doing I want to replicate what he's doing in Belfast. And the thing that will give me something kept me out of bed in the morning and I wanna be people in the whole of Tommy and the people at the community level and the kids and their parents wants. He's doing such things. I would love to do that. And he got back with me to the Belfast. And Tommy of spoke about it and he's willing to help me and give me ideas ideas and stuff and Tommy's more business minded a May I January collaborate business. I don't have a plea but only learn can learn a bit from Tommy. The thing is I don't have a real clue about how business I'm visionary. I'm very very visual. And I've been very very fortunate. Now I've managed to get the right people on the spot on the point if people know while the boss government program. I've managed to get the right people on the books to help we achieve the division. And no it takes brains to one surround yourself with brains and I think that's where I've been smart. I realized it's a many years ago. Everybody has a shelf life and I knew I don't need I would say shelf life and I did starts applying for after after boxing because I made all wrong decisions. Growing good may or expelled from school from school. No Geez no real no real education. It's all really early and who's to say that I WANNA go engine Mama I would. I don't so I was mindful. The box rooms only gonna be for so long and I needed something want to stimulate my brain kiss. I don't think so probably from one. I put to something to to fall back on on family. Three children three boys a wife go to support them and box in for me as just been vehicle to go and do there's some great things in the community and some great things and my business at all about assume day and accounting. How many people are in my team? I don't say staffer team and my OAF is important because no saying I'm invincible. I play Vile Pot and the organization. They will rely on me for a salary will families. And when you it's a I've told you and you have a company you don't think about yourself I'm going to take everything's consideration consideration. That's why I've done for the last six. There's no why why have not jump to conclusion and tried to rush my decision full by law and hot of strategized about it and first and foremost my kids. Far too important island fought in watch to risk my health. I see the bigger picture you know. I'm going to wake up every day now instead of waking up and thinking right it's time to go to the gym. Grab grab I gotTA have breakfast but I've got to get to the
Bottler Of Crystal Geyser Water Pleads Guilty To Illegally Storing, Transporting Arsenic-Contaminated Wastewater
"News the company that owns crystal geyser water is pleaded guilty to federal charges related to hazardous waste near its bottling plant like it but he admits it illegally transported waste water containing arsenic to its facilities along the eastern Sierras prosecutors say the case focuses on the safety of the waste water not to seek your crystal geysers bottled
Crystal Geyser Admits To Dumping Arsenic-Laden Wastewater
"Crystal geyser waters pleading guilty to federal charges related to hazardous waste near its bottling plant the water company admits that it illegally transported waste water containing arsenic to its facilities along the eastern Sierras parent company RG rocks sand failed to disclose that the danger is heavy metal was in water delivered to treatment plants prosecutors say the case focuses on the safety of the waste water not the safety of crystal geysers of bottled water Kevin trip K. A. B.
NFL Week 8 Monday Night Football Betting Picks: Miami Dolphins at Pittsburgh Steelers
"Welcome in to the the board podcast powered by Fox bet week eight Monday night football edition dolphins steelers y'all are pretty excited for which would be a barn burner of a football game I'm your host firm joined by my colleague coast the one the only pain insider lots of enthusiasm I'm trying pain I'm not a premature whistle blower like we saw in Nashville but I still haven't positive mindsets get this thing going believe it you can achieve it and it wasn't the results were looking for either the college or professional football rain six but we persevere we continue to plow ahead and no we have a long season left in front of us so as we do every Monday we'll start the good the bad and the ugly we of course Dr Chow waiting in the wings to break down what the JJ watt injury means for the Houston Texans and he'll update us and some of our favorite quarterbacks the pain. Let's go glass half full what did you see this weekend that had you excited and brimming with optimism where do we start so much Scott the forty niners because I always leave things are more impressive when prior to the game it's not supposed to look that way so we a significant professional money come in on Carolina so it makes the win even more impressive to me personally because I just feel like they exceeded expectation and I managed and I think we both did here right to avoid this game now we dead value is certainly on Carolina like numbers wise right when you look at the number got six six and a half earlier in the week like Mason Rudolph was catching that same number in his first start ever on the road so value is I get it but I think we talked Thursday which is like a horrific matchup right Carolina doesn't have left tackle Bosa continues to like full-blown just eat out there I think he's got the highest pressure rate he's on pace to set the highest pressure rate for any rookie in NFL history right now kyle kind of talked about this the one above it average pass defense he played he struggled against earlier in the season which was Jacksonville the forty niners would obviously be even tougher than that he was the most inaccurate quarterback in terms of completion percentage expectation of sixteen percent below expectations the worst so far this week and we saw that at there wasn't very good can't stop the run we talked about that Cohen Short once he went out for the season and there was a big check mark there offensively from what I'm what I'm seeing from the forty niners is is Kyle Shanahan is just ahead of his time with what he's doing even though it's very basic right it's I think he's in this concerts jokingly kind of the real inventor of the exotic smashmouth right the ball is just like spread around there's all these interchangeable parts wide receivers are getting handoffs but like at its core it's very simple offense and I think the scary part here todd is like you look or seven and no right now in the NFC but they're without their left tackle there without the right tackle there without their versatile full-back call us check and I think I could wrong about this and it's probably not worth the money was paid but I feel like Jimmy G. has another gear that we haven't seen yet either which makes this forty-nine seem really scary well and I think some of that's got to be by design if you're Kyle Shanahan why reveal all your cards when you don't have to right now and then there's no doubt that Jimmy G. High profile passing attack is somewhere there I imagine as they can can you to build chemistry with Emmanuel Sanders able to get into the end zone and his forty niners debut it makes his team even scarier and I know pain we don't talk a lot about futures here because guys don't have access turn prices and you Never WanNa do hyperbole but right now when you look at the NFC or the forty niners the team to beat the more complete package outside of experience levels than the New Orleans saints tough to you obviously love with the saints are doing especially defensively that front seven has really taken another step I do feel like whoever gets home field advantage because the saints home field advantage so massive you'd give the you'd leaned that way with ever team had home field advantage certainly the games get a little bit tougher here in the next few weeks off for the forty niners so we'll see what they're made of but man ah X. still kind of leaned saints especially if they were the team that got home field advantage going to be interesting NFC playoff picture definitely a number of teams on their best day more than capable of putting up crooked numbers and more importantly getting stops on the defensive side but aside from the forty niners pain or are there any other teams and our individual performances that really stood out to you Daniel Jones right if you're a giants fan you have to pretty encouraged in whether you could've met seventeen or six I mean that's it's kind of a relevant at this point you know and I liked I saw accuracy wise again delivered a completion percentage five and a half percent greater than expectations four touchdowns no picks and I think that that last part there with the no picks is really impressive when you look at how aggressive he was six most aggressive quarterback in week eight so far obviously two games tonight but of all the quarterbacks that have played so far six most aggressive and the other thing is when you look at how he's doing it right now in general young quarterback he's been pressured a shit ton right forty six percent of its drawbacks pressured on the season most in the NFL among qualifying quarterbacks and he's this young young he hasn't flinched yet so I I really like I think you have to be happy for your giants fan of what the future could be with Daniel Jones so fantastic performance although in a loss did did get back door there so I know a lot of giants backers were happy that was the sharp side again closed five and a half some places so Daniel Jones got the pros money and look good again that he did one ill advised throw cost him dearly early in the game came back up the fumble yeah it was the fumble that probably could have gone I mean you it's a turnover no matter how you slice it but interception fumble just not sure he's doing it to throw but for anybody to watch that game was interesting there was a bad penalty at the tail end of the first half where the giants allegedly rough the ultimate leads the three for the lions and changed the dynamic a little bit in that context wonder if the giants would have actually had a chance to win that game outright if things had played differently but for alliance do nothing but bad luck I guess they wrote a break or two in that extra appointments made things a little wonky to some of the decision making it the nail to me how to chase a two and it's one of those things where you just start chasing points and you open that Pandora's box and if you don't convert things continue to create that downward spiral but a good performance from Daniel Jones you mentioned his second career game over three hundred yards four touchdowns then a nice job against a depleted lions secondary with the good I want to add one other into it of course it was in a losing effort Mike Evans yet again puts up Gargantuan numbers eleven catches hundred ninety eight yards and two touchdowns but one of those things that I'm not quite sure why the bucks don't look for Evans and crunch time when he was the stat stuffer all game long and the titans apparently had no answer in their secondary starting to get doubled a little bit dried movement of the slot to get them open and got doubled again so you know he had forty four percent of the buccaneers area are gesture die but obviously not enough however no you want to praise him and you probably didn't turn on the game quick enough but he did have the bad drop on the opening drive in the end zone the bucks were forced to settle for three instead of seven I did I did see that drop bring it up I do want to ask you about that when you throw through a little bit of congestion I know Matt Melons in your hands catch the ball all right so I wanted to find out so you your opinion is now well documented around Mike Evans if you're going to be elite God damn elite all right so that that's where I'm going with it was just really annoying game not going to complain right side wrong result and you go into halftime with the two hundred fifteen yards seventy one yard edge you trail that's a problem and then I thought we were gold right you fight your way back you blow you get up six late in the third quarter and then you know you hope officials can do their job good for Devon white by the way rookie did a fantastic job there sniff out fake laid to feel them out it was like a WWF and I believe they're wwe now but I'm old so wwf like a clothesline he just sent the snapper into orbit there in the all clearly comes out its return for a touchdown of course they blow their whistle so you can't you can't review it and it was a turnover on downs anyways because it was fourth down so said of a seven air when bucks up three with under Ford ago we were still down four in the problem is that you know you're not gonna your situation where it's four down territory or not kicking field goal to cover the spread for the good guys chase kicked to feel go forty eight yarder right through the UPRIGHTS two minutes to go get outta dodge with a one point loss single text bruce and eh lepers no team bet the board it's all about covering the number not winning games outraged good guy might have done it now if the good come the bad and this one is tough for me to kind of put down pain because I think they were very good for three quarters but it's the kind of game that you have to win on the road you're at the tail end of it's been a mammoth road trip the Oakland raiders finishing the game against Houston Texans were nearly two yards per play better as far as net is concerned and you look they did give up some penalty yards and everything else they had the football a lot less but they had an excellent chance to win the game on the road they outscored in the fourth quarter and to Shawn Watts and make some let real place to get the Texans the outright victory Deshaun Watson in Hopkins it's like the Russell Wilson Lockwood combination those two geysers like carrying goddamn franchise right now because Bill Brian is just continues to be a mess anyways I hate being singular play guy but you're one and you have a chance to kind of I don't WanNa say ice the game with your offense but certainly go up eight or if you decided to be a savage go for the to to put it up nine and there is a plan like second and six from the Houston twenty four in Gruden calls a run play and you'll lose a yard and now you're backed up to third wall and then you Veasley incomplete there and and you settle for a field goal only go for I love Josh Jacobs but the Texans Defense is superior against the run than it is pass in the Texans secondary isn't link absolute shambles with injuries right and they were down another starter who got injured in the game and as an offense you got tyrone Williams back and Jones who you trade four finally like kind of got into the fold now that he understands the offense after you were healthy as you've been at receiver like virtually all season attack the weakness man put it in the air instead then do that in that one specific drive could've put him up potentially two scores if they'd went for two and you rely on your defense against Watson and you got burn so to me there is some some mismanagement there was some playcalling late in that game as you kind of alluded to but they did blow sure well you mentioned mismanagement pain and it's funny you use such a word choice where do we want to go to Chicago bears and how they handled their performance against the chargers so I didn't watch the game because I couldn't dedicate enough time to it I'm GonNa go back and actually watch today it's one of those games that was really intriguing to me because guys that uh yeah I work with love the charger so much and they with the chargers plus four and a half and plus four I didn't see it so when there's games that's where my guys like adamant that this is the side and I don't see it myself on my I gotTa really pay close attention to this and because I have add I can't do that with like watching games so two one on and watch today but as I'm like tracking the play by play and now that I'm like looking at the data we just download it charges were not decide and we had this debate all week long and you may see something different but the charges were not decide but I'll let you share what you saw from the data I mean I'm just looking at just like two hundred and thirty one total yards of offense in the year two thousand nineteen on the road and you're only getting what would have been like three point two closing number I don it doesn't look like just by all the data that that was the right side
California Fires Grow Rapidly
"Fire fire crews are busy aboard northern and southern California's wildfires fueled by dry conditions and gusty winds have exploded at least two homes have burned in a blaze north a Los Angeles another five hundred homes threatened by a fire some ten miles away a fifteen square mile fire is threatening geyser bill in California's wine country north of San Francisco California is Tom Porter a lot of challenge there six hundred people were are six hundred homes were evacuated two hundred additional precautionary and we we know that there is some damage up there everyone in the town a geyser bill have been told to leave town because of the blaze Pacific gas and electric and southern cal add cutting off electricity to hundreds of thousands because of the winds governor Gavin Newsom claims the blackouts are due to corporate
California wine country fire began near damaged PG&E tower, 2,000 flee
"Wildfires in northern California's wine country or forcing thousands to flee and the state's biggest utility Pacific gas and electric is conducting another plan power outage as a safety precaution they can kid fire in geyser ville has burned some ten thousand acres and is zero percent contained and another rapidly advancing fire is racing toward Santa Clarita north of downtown Los
Hundreds evacuated due to wine country fire in California
"Hundreds clearing out of one northern California town as fire crews quickly pushed by strong winds fueled by dry grass and vegetation the so called Kincaid fire exploding overnight growing to ten thousand acres in a matter of hours it's destroyed at least three homes in this wine country town popular among turrets on his cloudy account when in geyser ville about an hour north of San Francisco fire officials say extreme weather conditions have hampered the aerial fire fight they say wins really need to be less than thirty miles an hour for those water drops to make a difference well we don't know what caused this fire this is exactly what Pacific gas and electric was hoping to prevent by shutting off the power for the second time this month nearly two hundred thousand without power today in the latest planned
Hundreds evacuated due to wine country fire in California
"Clearing out of one northern California town as fire crews quickly pushed by strong winds fueled by dry grass and vegetation the so called Kincaid fire exploding overnight growing to ten thousand acres in a matter of hours it's destroyed at least three homes in this wine country town popular among turrets on his cloudy account when in geyser ville about an hour north of San Francisco fire officials say extreme weather conditions have hampered the aerial fire fight they say wins really need to be less than thirty miles an hour for those water drops to make a difference well we don't know what caused this fire this is exactly what Pacific gas and electric was hoping to prevent by shutting off the power for the second time this month nearly two hundred thousand without power today in the latest planned
Hundreds evacuated due to wine country fire in California
"A raging wildfire in California's wine country is growing at an alarming rate the Kincaid fire ignited last night near the town of geyser Phil cal fire says the blazes scorched ten thousand acres was zero containment mandatory evacuations near the cinema and Lake County have