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AP News Radio
US and allied naval commanders in Mideast transit Strait of Hormuz, in show of force against Iran
"The midi used to base commanders of three navies have taken part in a show of force against Iran. From the guided missile destroyer USS Paul Hamilton, DDT 60. There's nothing necessarily unusual about vice admiral Brad Cooper, the navy's top midi's commander, being on a warship in the Strait of Hormuz, but this part is incredibly rare. Privilege to be joined by my French counterpart and UK counterpart. The three navies were showing a unified approach to keeping the narrow waterway at the Persian Gulf's mouth open to commerce. It is critical to the world's economy, Cooper says, Tehran is trying to disrupt it. Iran has seized or attacked 15 ships in the last two years. The allied naval presence is aimed at deterring them, even while the admirals were aboard the destroyer, three Iranian revolutionary guard fast boats came within a thousand yards, crews aboard all four vessels stood by their machine guns.
News, Traffic and Weather
Fresh update on "hamilton" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"And Your KPLZ HD information 2 Seattle. station. News Radio 1000 FM ABC News. I'm Daria Aldinger. New York City had the world's worst air quality today as smoke continues to drift in from Canadian wildfires and this woman's worried. I'm sorry for everybody that's because they're going to be suffering from this after even after this clears up the conditions prompted cancellations from Broadway's Hamilton to baseball basketball and soccer games. Former president Trump has been informed he's a target in the special counsel's investigation into his handling of classified information. Federal prosecutors only send target letters when that target, in this case former President Trump faces the possibility they may actually be indicted. Justice Department manuals states that prosecutors are encouraged to notify their targets within a reasonable time before actually seeking the indictment. ABC's in Andy Field Washington, a request from the family of a dual U .S. Mexican citizen to the presidents of of both countries. The family of Maria Del Carmen Lopez is asking the presidents of the US and Mexico to Mexico. She was kidnapped by masked men 119 days ago while working in her yard in Mexico. She hasn't been seen since her daughter is in Estonia. Take immediate action. My family has endured unimaginable pain and
The Eric Metaxas Show
How Do We Get Back to ORIGINAL Originalism? Hadley Arkes Explains
"Back. I'm talking to Hadley Arcus. The book is mere natural law originalism and the anchoring truths of the constitution. So Hadley, the question then becomes how do we get back to it's almost like original originalism, a different kind of originalism. How can we go back there when even the originalists on the court and in jurisprudence say we can't do that? I see the point you're making. The question is, how do we get back there? Well, a couple of things. Either you can say, look, just read again, the writings of those luminous lectures by James Wilson and the lectures of law, chuck, look closely at John Marshall's opinions or Hamilton. But third part of it is also to administer the shock to point out that what you're giving us is a jurisprudence that so as it feels so confined to the text that you're reluctant to appeal to objective truths that stand outside the text. Don't just to take your point. A disconnection from reality.
News, Traffic and Weather
Fresh update on "hamilton" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Drift into the northeast. Residents are being told to stay inside in a mask up if they have to go out. This New Yorker was surprised how many didn't. Does see everyone what's going on? Because I see some right people now, even just walking outside like nothing's going on. Broadway's canceled tonight's performance of Hamilton because of the conditions. President Former Trump's received a letter from the special counsel's office informing him that he is the target of an ongoing investigation into his handling of classified information gives the subject time to volunteer to appear before the grand jury to somehow influence the investigation. But make no mistake, the point of it is to put that person on notice that they are likely facing indictment. ABC News Chief Justice Correspondent Pierre Thomas.
CoinDesk Podcast Network
Enterprise Blockchain Consortium Led by Digital Asset and Big Players
"Going to talk about some enterprise blockchain stuff. Digital asset, which in my opinion is one of the more poorly named companies in the space is leading a consortium with Deloitte, Goldman Sachs, and others to make interoperable private blockchains for the institutional sector a thing. Enterprise blockchain is back. Maybe it never went away, but it's a bit different now. And this speaks to the difference that we find ourselves here in 2023, relative to when we found ourselves in 2019 back when some of these initial ideas were floated. This one, I think you're seeing a lot of the interoperability conversation take place as you look to stitch together all these various institutional blockchains that are doing stuff over there in enterprise land. I'm going to toss this to will. Maybe it has a spicy take. I don't know, is this new news? Is this old news? Is this exciting? Is this a rehash? What we saw last time around? What's your thoughts? Certainly not exciting. And to your point, yes, one of the worst named companies in the space. And possible to find anything about these guys. But they are very good at getting money. I will say, looking at their team, they've been around since 2014. And the most recent fundraising series I could find. Again, this could be incorrect because it was super hard to Google anything about digital assets. The series D, they raised a $120 million back in 2022. That's a lot of money for someone who seemingly has to put out a lot of products. And that's a lot of these enterprise blockchain products. We work with a lot of high profile names. We raise big rounds and some people use us out there in the ether to move money back and forth between bakes, maybe take our word on it. That's mostly what we've seen to date. I think there has been some stuff from my Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan, about their quorum chain, and how they're using this Ethereum fork of sorts to move stablecoins back and forth themselves instead of using their own bank network they use a blockchain based bank network, but a lot of the stuff is this Hamilton mold, but it's put out some sort of enterprise blockchain solution, which slaps the money on top of it and call it a day.
News, Traffic and Weather
Fresh "Hamilton" from News, Traffic and Weather
"South from Canadian wildfires. This woman's worried about her health and her fellow New Yorkers. I have PD and I have asthma. This could kill us. This could literally kill us. New York Governor Kathy We normally are accustomed to talking about children, babies, people with a compromised immune system, senior citizens. But this is something that's having an effect on everyone. Tonight's performance of the Broadway musical Hamilton was women's council, Major League Baseball, W. N. B. A. Women's soccer league games in New York and Philadelphia postponed The UN Security Council got an update on an ongoing investigation into the development and use of by ISIS. Significant volumes of battlefield evidence including ISIL payroll records and correspondence were discovered allowing the team to identify persons of interest and to published establish links to potential senior ISIL members. Assistant Secretary General Christian Richards says more than 6000 thousands were treated for injuries and two Children died. You're listening to ABC News attention. Business owners Stop throwing your hard -earned money away on rent? Imagine owning your own building and saving thousands every year. Sound impossible? people, not if you use General Steel. General Steel can help you save thousands by owning your own custom designed building. Just call 88874 steel that's 888 74 STEEL to see how much money can you save with General Steel. Our buildings come with a 50 -year warranty and
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Critics Wonder If Trump & Biden Are Afraid to Debate in Primaries
"New York Post in response says that Trump's apparent attempt to is a power play. And it was met with some online backlash from many conservative commentators. I'll read some for you. Red state. Rider bunch, you said, he scared to debate. Dan McLaughlin of the national review said, like a guy who puts a run on the board in the top of the first inning, and demands that the game ends. Commentator AG Hamilton responded, I've never seen someone this scared of competition in my life. Are both he and Biden going to spend the general in their basements? Of course, the reference to Biden is the fact that the DNC announced that they're not going to have any debates at all. They're going to give president Joe Biden a free pass. Doesn't matter that he has a couple of primary opponents already. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is already polling about 14%. And he just announced last week. Elon Musk says that in response to both parties debates that Twitter will be offering everyone an opportunity to get their message out. He even suggested that he might sponsor some debates himself. Will Chamberlain said, if Trump is so upset with the current debate schedule, he should just propose a series of one on one unmoderated debate with Florida governor Ron DeSantis, once he announces, because he's not afraid of debating, right? Former newsmax host John cordillo. Is Trump implying he's going to pull a Biden and avoid debate? Is he seriously that afraid of desantis?
WTOP 24 Hour News
Fresh "Hamilton" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Just at looking a list of the worst air quality in the world New York City topped the list today not a list you want to be on now we're gonna see again some stagnant air tomorrow light winds temperatures will start out on the cool side in the 50s mid 50s to upper 50s throughout the area we'll see a high temperature tomorrow around 80 degrees so that puts us on par with about where we were today maybe a little cooler could have a stray shower southwest of DC it may be a stray shower Friday but really not enough rain to do anything to this air until we get to the weekend when a longer cold front moves in Sunday Monday time period some showers and storms it'll be late on Sunday however the southwesterly winds good enough to allow us to have a bluer sky across the area with a few scattered clouds a little heat this weekend to 84 to 85 degrees on Saturday close to 90 on Sunday with higher humidity right now I'm tracking temperatures for you Waldorf Maryland at 66 degrees and Laurel at 64 Hamilton and Ashburn in Virginia at 69. We're brought to you by Dulles Glass for all your glass mirror and shower door needs visit .com. dullesglass Dulles Glass. Love your glass. Coming up on WTOP
AP News Radio
Bruce Morton, correspondent, with Sixers forward Tobias Harris, Suns guard Chris Paul and Yankees shortstop Anthony Volpe (toh-BYE'-yuss) (VOHL'-pee)
"A piece for it. I'm Bruce Morton. Saturday NBA playoff action began with Philadelphia minus big man Joel embiid winning at Brooklyn 96 88 to complete a sweep of the nets forward Tobias Harris says all season, the sixers have dealt with adversity, which enabled them to complete this sweep. Our record on the road as well in different guys in and out of the lineup from time to time and being able to just find a way to get victory. In Los Angeles, the suns moved out to a three games to one lead by topping the clippers one 12 to 100. Chris Paul scored 19 points, 12 of them in the fourth quarter. I tried to get myself going defensively. And so the shots, they gonna come. We practice all day long. We practice for those situations. And so when they come, you know, you live with the results. Miami made the best of Milwaukee missing the injured Yanis onta compo to beat the bucks one 21 to 99 good for a two one lead. And the linkers let all the way defeating Memphis one 11 one O one also good for a two one advantage. Baseball Tampa Bay is an MLB best 18 and three after getting past the White Sox four three. Elsewhere in the American League yeast, the Yankees walked off the Blue Jays three two. New York shortstop Anthony volpe says winning these intra division games is key. Anytime you have a really good division opponent like that and we play them as much as we do coming up, we really want to take these games. In the national league, Pittsburgh defeated Cincinnati two one winners of 6 straight, the pirates are off to a 15 and 7 start. Meanwhile, lots of free hockey in the NHL playoffs. Michael amadio scored in the second overtime lifting Vegas to a 5 four win at Winnipeg. Morgan rielly lit the lamp in the first overtime as the Maple Leafs got a four three victory at Tampa Bay in New York, Doug Hamilton pocketed the overtime goal as the Devils beat the rangers two one, and Colorado needed only 60 minutes to win at Seattle 6 four. Bruce Morton, AP sports
WTOP 24 Hour News
Fresh "Hamilton" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"To 90 on Sunday with higher humidity right now I'm tracking temperatures for you Waldorf Maryland at 66 degrees and Laurel at 64 Hamilton and Ashburn in Virginia at 69. We're brought to you by Dulles Glass for all your glass mirror and shower door needs visit .com. dullesglass Dulles Glass. Love your glass. Coming up on WTOP he walked across the stage and got his diploma only to be gunned down that same day now another teen is facing charges murder stay with us 951 on WTOP the IRS is the most powerful collection agency on earth and you if owe back taxes the news isn't good the IRS is raising the interest rate it charges on unpaid taxes and further rate hikes are expected most people don't know it but the IRS adds interest charges to your tax debts daily so if you owe the IRS today you'll owe even more tomorrow and it doesn't stop until you get right with the IRS the good news is getting right can start with one phone call to Optima tax relief America's number one tax relief firm Optima's tax professionals specialize in the fresh start initiative a powerful IRS program that can save you thousands if you qualify in fact the experts at Optima have resolved over 1 billion dollars in tax debt for their clients call now for a free consultation call 800 893 4133 that's 800 893 4133 800 893 4133 Optima tax relief some restrictions apply for complete details please visit OptimaTaxRelief .com 952 hi I'm Rich McKenzie owner of Metropolitan bath and tile bathroom remodeling has
AP News Radio
Hamilton scores in OT, Devils beat Rangers 2-1 in Game 3
"After losing the first two games on home ice, the devil's responded with a two to one overtime win over the rangers. Dougie Hamilton's scored 1136 into overtime for the win. Obviously didn't play and just the excitement we're right back into it now. So we really needed the win today and obviously did that we got. After a score of his first period, Chris kreider and Jack Hughes exchanged goals in the second, cried in that with 5 goals in the series. Game four back at Madison Square Garden on Monday night. Mike mancuso, New York.
AP News Radio
Devils beat Capitals in OT, will face Rangers in 1st round
"The Devils had to settle for second place in the metropolitan division despite ending the regular season with a 5 four comeback win against the capitals and over time. Carolina's win over Florida allowed the hurricanes to win the division. New Jersey scored the last four goals to end the season on and up note. Dougie Hamilton tied it in the third period, and Luke Hughes won it with his first NHL goal coming in his second game. Eric Hollis scored twice for the Devils who have home ice advantage in their first round matchup with the rangers. I'm Dave ferry.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Alan Dershowitz: "We Are Losing Our Standing in the World"
"You're right. Some of our politics are polar opposites, but I think it's so admirable because we agree on the fruits of the enlightenment of due process and checks and balances the constitution and decency and dialog. I'm really afraid we're losing that. I think please go ahead. If they read my book, get Trump. You will find bases, grounds for agreement. You will find that, you know, this is not a throw Republican pro Trump. It's not a pro Democrat book. It's a pro Alexander Hamilton. James Madison, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. It's a pro American book. It wants to restore America to its position in the world, which is losing. You know, one of the presidents, I think it was San Salvador. Yesterday wrote a tweet saying, don't you ever dare lecture us about democracy anymore? You're trying to imprison the man who's running for president against the incumbent president and you're telling us about democracy. You know, we are losing our standing in the world as the great Paragon of democracy justice and due process. I'm almost 85 years old, but I'm going to spend the rest of my life fighting for a restoration of due process and constitutionalism. It may be a losing battle, but I'm not giving up. It's a righteous cause. And I'm a partner in that cause, despite our different politics,
The Charlie Kirk Show
The Worst Indictment Ever? With Alan Dershowitz
"Joining us now is professor Dershowitz, author of the new book that all of you should check out, get Trump, and I understand it's no longer an independent bookstore. What is going on? What country are we living in here? Professor, welcome back to the program. You're immediate reaction to now the arraignment of Trump and the indictment in the indictment that's now been made public your reaction. It's the weakest criminal case, I've seen in 60 years of practicing and teaching criminal law. The basic theory behind the prosecution and the indictment is that when Trump paid a $130,000, as hush money to make sure that stormy Daniels didn't publicly reveal her accusation of an adulterous affair that when he paid the $130,000, he was obliged to immediately list it in his public corporate forms and tell the reason why he paid the hush money. Now, would anybody ever pay hush money if they had to immediately disclose, oh, I paid the hush money to keep quiet the fact that I had or was accused of having this affair since the time Alexander Hamilton paid hush money when he was the Secretary of the Treasury. Never has anybody ever been prosecuted for not completely disclosing on a corporate form. The reason he paid the hush money is this is a nonsense case. It never would have been brought other than the fact that it's Donald Trump. Brett campaigned on get Trump. He won. And now he wants the same jurors who voted for him on the platform of get Trump to help him get Trump. It's a travesty of injustice.
AP News Radio
Mercer scores 1st hat trick as the Devils sweep Penguins
"The devil's got a hat trick from Dawson merca as they crossed the penguins 5 to one. Dougie Hamilton opened the scoring midway through the first period, followed by the first of mercers three tallies. All one touches. All within a foot of the net, so like I said before, it's worked for me, and I'll keep on going there and until. The wind enabled the Devils to keep depression on the hurricanes for first place in the metropolitan division, while the penguins now trail the Panthers for the final wild card playoff spot. Mike mancuso, Newark, New Jersey
The Blockchain Show
Centre Consortium's Kim Hamilton Duffy Talks Verite
"Kim Hamilton, Duffy, director of identity and standards at center consortium. And I joined center to work on verity, which is centers, decentralized identity, effort, sort of a standard protocol set of libraries that let people use decentralized identity methods in crypto finance use cases. So I've been in the decentralized identity space for a while and working on these efforts of getting people in control of their identity data and control of who gets access to information about them and basically restoring trust in online interactions for individuals. Yeah, that's very good. It definitely impressive background. I'm real grateful that you could be with us today. What are some of the recent areas of interest that at the forefront of your mind or different projects, maybe some of the broader aspects of the space going on right now with your work? Yeah, definitely. So we launched the first verity release back in February of this year. And the big focus is that was building the basic library components really focused a lot on software developers, how they would integrate these methods into their existing products, whether that's centralized financial institutions or DeFi protocols. So we're really laser focused on some core DeFi scenarios. And the biggest, I would say our biggest sort of north star when we were doing that was approaches we were starting to see in web three and DeFi, where, you know, there are certainly some use cases where identity attributes are useful to blockchain interactions. But we were seeing a lot of patterns that were sort of legacy web two approaches and we can get into that. But when applied to the transparency of crypto interactions, the risk could be a lot worse. And
The Charlie Kirk Show
Man Doesn't Do Well in Cities
"It interesting that nimrod said, let's build a city. First time we ever hear that, and cities are known for the propagation of evil. That's right. And danger, man doesn't do well in cities unless God is the builder. It's interesting, both the Torah, the first 5 books of the Bible, and Thomas Jefferson, both hated big cities. The American founders read this text and they designed a system of government to say we do not want all this power and cosmopolitan densely populated urban areas. That's right. In fact, the founding fathers were so biblically literate. If you read the federalist papers, Alexander Hamilton, federalist 47, federalist 51, federalist 58. They talked time and time again about the heated passions in cities where rancor, rumor and half truths, reigns supreme were the mobs and the masses are able to get what they want, but reason goes to die. God tried to warn us in genesis 11. Hey, if you guys build these cities, all of a sudden, you're not going to be governed by your reason, you're rationality or your logic, but it's going to be the tyranny of the clamoring majority. My goodness. You look at federalism, states rights. You look at this idea of the local church, all of that is saying we learn the lesson from genesis 11 and we're not going to try to build something central or something big or something strong and you see that it direct odds with the world economic form of what they're doing right now.
AP News Radio
Nico Hischier leads Devils past weary Penguins, 5-2
"Nico hsia scored two goals and assisted two more as the Devils topped the penguins 5 to two. He sheer netted a shorthanded goal, the 100th of his career. We were playing on north south hockey, put a lot of pucks on that and defensive with dengue up like that many grade a chances. Dawson Mercer, dougie Hamilton, and yes, for Brett, also scored for New Jersey. Now 36, 14 and 5. Evgeny law connected both goals for Pittsburgh, losers of three of four. Josh rowntree Pittsburgh.
The Officer Tatum Show
A Strategy for Republicans to Attract Black Voters
"We have to understand identity politics better and we don't have to play identity politics. We just have to play identifying with politics, right? Because it's not that we want to play. Identity politics, we just want people to identify with politics. We want young black people to grow up in this country to feel like, oh, wow. Not every black person thinks like LeBron James. Not every black person thinks like XYZ. Now a black person like Benjamin crumb. Not every black person on Planet Earth thinks that police officers are just gunning black people down for no reason. And if you don't hear more black people saying it, you're not going to see it. You're not going to believe it. You're going to forever think that the Republican Party is right racist. I'm telling you, this is the way people think. And, you know, we can go on forever and say whatever. We'll just get more white people we get. We don't need black people. But I honestly believe that there are good quality people that are conservative that are black that need to either run for office, be more vocal a part of the party and be more vocal as far as what you believe in. And then we need to support more black candidates to a certain degree to get out there and win. Like, you know, we had tamika Hamilton in California. She lost by like a thousand votes or something. It's like there's no way that why wouldn't we focus on some of these people that can actually win and help them get into office and they'll be proper representation of what our party is really about.
AP News Radio
Hamilton scores 2 on power play, Devils win without Hughes
"The Devils are ten one and one in their last 12 games following a three one victory over the kraken. Dougie Hamilton scored two power play goals with Andre polak collecting the primary assist each time. John Marino scored into an empty net with one 11 to play. Mackenzie blackwood was sharp and stopping 34 shots, making just his 5th start since December 23rd, Adam Larson had Seattle's long goal and Philip grubauer handled 24 shots and losing to New Jersey for the first time in 6 career decisions. I'm Dave ferry.
The Autosport Podcast
"hamilton" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"School pre drives of all time, but he's not probably my top two or three fastest qualifies if that makes sense. But I mean, I'll be talking nothing this really. But the other point is I'm going to use your own words against you. You said it 2014 was his least convincing of the ten seasons. And I think there's something to that. I think that he kind of lost his head a little bit when Nico Rosberg went up the escape road at Monaco. And we've seen that throughout Lewis's great, not necessarily recently. I'm thinking how he actually responded, I thought, really well against Max Verstappen in 2021. And all sorts of toxicity and actually the actual proper crashes, big heavy crashes in that season. But I think there was kind of what's gone on. It's a bit like 2011, he sort of couldn't cope with things constantly going on. And that was a fault of his early career. But that's true. But the constant is teammate. He can take pressure from outside, whether it's max at Red Bull when it was said but Ferrari, if there's someone within the team, that's when he lost it really when Jensen was on a good run and he wasn't at McLaren. And then Nico did, I think, probably get under, I think, Nico tried pretty hard to get under his skin. He had to do something to beat him. This is the quick inside. Have you seen that clip? I don't know where it was recorded, actually. I saw it on. I think it was TikTok. It's Lewis and George Russell and taito wolver on stage at some event. And George Russell was sort of being like, oh yeah, you know, sometimes in the my time, I can hear Lewis singing through the walls, he prepares before the race, and Lewis goes, yeah, I used to have a teammate that would throw a ball at the water kick a ball at the wall just to disturb me before every race and obviously wouldn't be drawn at who that could possibly be. I'll show you that is I don't know, but he's amazing. Probably Jenson Button or hiking over lining. In the fullness of time, I think we will find more and more things that Nico Rosberg is very intelligent person did because he knew that Lewis was better because he had known since they were kids that he was better. Have hell am I going to beat this guy? So he did basically everything he could think of. And he did work in the end, didn't it? A combination of things got him over the line. Lewis is also threatening to write a book at some stage, which I think would be absolutely amazing. If he doesn't pull any punches, I think he got some stories. Okay, right, moving on number 6. 6th best season for Lewis Hamilton. Yeah, so 2015. So this is a more convincing title than whichever way around you have 16 and 14. I think 15 beats them both because he has the qualifying edge. He reverses that over Rosberg and really he's actually quite a dominant champion. The downside is a fairly, I think it must be a subconscious thing because I'm sure Lewis won't have gone his last few days through the chance to decide and gone. Oh, I'm not going to try that hard. I don't think that's how he's wired. But I think there is something that I think Hamilton responds to he steps it up when he needs to. Not most of the great champions do that. And he won the championship and he just for whatever reason he couldn't ratchet himself up for that last few. And rossberg went on a run of polls and wins, which I do think it helps him into 2016. He had that incredible start to 2016 and that put Lewis on the back foot from the very start. So 15, I think he was number one in our top 50 was number one in our F one top ten drivers. He did win the world championship. More convincing than in 14, but they're still wasn't quite peak Lewis. I don't think. I have absolutely no problem with this ranking at number 6. I think for a reason you said there, I think that's about right. But it's interesting what you mentioned there with giving Rosberg that momentum in the last three races and it makes me wonder if that was a factor in 2020 when he came back so quickly from having COVID and missing the gear Grand Prix was back for the Abu Dhabi race. We didn't really sound great in terms of just getting over a horrible illness, but it's interesting. Maybe there was I have to be back and I have to be trying to do something the unfortunate element there was that Matt and Red Bull did rather wipe the floor with Mercedes when they got things a little bit wrong. And then went on into 2021 and started amazingly. But also just as a very quick aside about 2015, that contains one of my all time favorite Lewis Hamilton Nico Rosberg moments. And it's just great. It's great TV after Hamilton wins the title with Austin and he gets the second place cap and he chucks it at Rosberg. I don't think he's I don't think he's actually meaning to do it maliciously, but he sort of flings it across the room it lands in Rosberg's lap and Ross chucks it back at him and that you can't really see how much his face but the sort of bits that you can suggest. He was not happy and it's just ah, there's so much subtext and imagery in that's yours. You are number two. Superb superb to watch because it was a kind of do you think he meant to just sort of almost if he'd been a bit closer he would have passed it if he was within reaching. He didn't mean for it to be that gesture but what Rosberg took it as. And that elevated the whole tension. I mean, I could be wrong loose could have done it on purpose, but it didn't strike me as I'm making a point here about my domination, but Ross. To make his point on the track, he's not really interested in all that other stuff normally, is he? So yeah, I know the clip you mean. It does look like a fairly innocuous throat, but Nico's not in the mood. Okay, let's get into the top 5. And if any of our listeners were thinking, well, this is obviously just going to list off times that Hamilton's won the world championship. Not so fast, my friend was at 5. 5 is 2021. Well, of course, he didn't win it. But I really don't want to do the chat about Abu Dhabi 2021 again. But let's do the trap out how good he was that year. So rules tweak throws the advantage marginally into Red Bull's favor Louis somehow wins the first race, a bit of track limits, and then I'd say for most of the season Red Bull does have the pace advantage, not all the time, but usually a little one. How much of the keeps in there and has to change the way he fights Verstappen because of the wave of staff and drives either in crash, et cetera, et cetera. And he keeps himself in the game.
The Autosport Podcast
"hamilton" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Inevitably you guys know my thoughts on social media. There was some wag on Twitter being like, what do you mean Mercedes wasn't in have a good reputation back then? It was like no seriously, it didn't. And the pressure was on Mercedes to deliver the car because the driver was sorted once you got, as you said, Kevin, Lewis Hamilton of that age and era. Yeah, I guess he's fine at perhaps a little bit. It's the status of Mercedes within F one paddock at the time was low, given the expectation. Every time Mercedes has gone Grand Prix racing since 1908 coming on bang and one. Pretty quickly. They've bulldozed across everyone. Every time they've come in, really. And it wasn't happening. And that was in the year three, and it's not like they start up. They'd bought a championship winning operation and had Ross brawn there. And they bought a team that didn't have any money spent on it. The previous year, I think naturally the passage of time, people look back at the brawn fairytale and think that this was some sort of magical season that they dominated. It wasn't from a halfway on. They were not. Braun Braun inherited a very well developed and funded Honda design. He had no money to develop it. They really needed the whole double diffuser trick and Jenson nailing in those first rounds because once I knew he had got over the fury. Not been the one to have thought of the double diffuser. He thought it was illegal. Because everyone else's ideas are always the elite ones, aren't they? Not just with aging, by the way. Just designers in general. Exactly. And actually the Red Bull was on the super times is even the quickest across the whole season. Definitely the second half of the year is. But a combination of Jensen getting those points on the board, a few Vettel mistakes, red will not quite be in the slick operation that we now know today. They just about managed to get over the line, but as you say, they didn't got any money into the 2010 car. So they actually sort of naturally fell back and had to build up again. I think the key thing with, again, looking back at ten years of total wolf being there, is that decisions that got Mercedes to win all those championships were taken before he arrived. So starting the V 6 hybrid engine program and absolutely nailing it and signing Lewis Hamilton before he joins the team. But there's so many examples in F one history of teams that have the potential and have the resources a not grabbing what they could possibly get or be not making the most of their time in the sun and I think undeniably you have to say that he created a team culture there that absolutely maximized it and has the potential after a terrible 2022 season to come back in 2023 and that's something that the team insiders say 15 years ago when we were Honda or when we were talking ten years ago Hamilton joining Mercedes, we wouldn't have been able to do that. They didn't know the culture of winning and winning consistently and they really, really know it now after ten years of ty wolf. That was a reminder coming in today and driving past them and thinking that place knows how to win. Like that is, they don't forget how to win with one bad season. Fingers crossed for 23. Let's get into the actual topic of today's podcast. What are we going to discuss today Kev? I've ranked Hamilton's ten seasons. That's a surprise, isn't it? Shocking. Well, it was one of those things. I was talking to Alex about doing it, Alex officer would do the main feature in which I thought well actually one of the interesting things that was shoveling his point about do is now knows better how to draw things out at the same time. I think it's an interesting story I would encourage people to read it because it shows that Lewis is also evolved. He's a more complete drive than he was when he joined. And there have been a few landmarks along the way, which hopefully will cover off with this. But yeah, we were chatting about it. I can't even remember whose idea it was. I think I might have said this, I could do a ranking this season, which started off as a, oh, well, it could just be a little sidebar. An N grew to a four page piece to go off the back of Alex's. So we're going to just run down the ten. Alex has seen the list as well. I don't know if there are any particular points of contention. But I think we were broadly in agreement with that. I've got my elbows out. I've got my points ready. Okay, well, as opposed to a sort of one of the top ten series that we do. This is kind of maybe just another way of looking at this time at Mercedes. So in at ten, I did start at the beginning. 2013. Because although, it was a promising start. And he did take that win. But he wasn't entirely happy with the braking during the course of the season. So it took him a while to get used to that on the Mercedes versus the McLaren and he hadn't yet, I don't think mastered the art of looking after the tyres quite as well as he does now. Okay, that car did eat rubber. I mean, it may be that there was nothing that he or Nico could have done about it. And he did beat Rosberg in the championship as well. But compared to what came later, it was not a particularly remarkable season. And I did as part of the I picked out where he was rated in the F one top ten and the old sport top 50 because I thought that was a good benchmark as well. And he was third in the top ten F one and 7th in the top 50, which by Lewis Stan, this is an appalling result. So yeah, that was in at ten. So a decent stop and not spectacular. Okay, so I think I'd swap them around. Well, basically, unfortunately I'm going to have to give away your number 9. Okay, let's get into number 9. Argue these two together. So number 9 is 2022, which is statistically Hamilton's actually, I think it's his worst season in Formula One, isn't it? Or it's certainly certainly his last season at Mercedes in terms of championship finishing positions, the first year he didn't score a race win. The reason why I would swap them around. And it's interesting you mentioned the breaking point in 2013 because you've got to factor that in with the porpoise and problems on the W 13, right? That stability under braking was a key thing. And that's really the time to do this hasn't done so well, is when he's not been so happy with the braking. So yeah, that's a big factor in his season that year. Why I think I'd swap them around is because he did beat Rosberg in 2013. He lost to George Russell in 2022 now. I know there were circumstances such as safety cars in Melbourne, other examples like that.
The Autosport Podcast
"hamilton" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Have seen us talking about Lewis Hamilton's ten seasons at Mercedes tenth anniversary there was and also for toto wolf as well, which we will talk about. I'm joined on the podcast today. First of all, by a Grand Prix editor, Alex, and so yeah, we'll talk about Lewis Hamilton's ten years. We also toto's ten years at Mercedes as well, really interesting. You can get the magazine and read all about that. You read, you wrote those pieces for the magazine. Was it interesting looking back? It was, it was slightly alarming actually, because once again, for regular listeners, the auto sport podcast, you'll be pleased to know that we are remain at Silverstone in the way time works recording several photographs in one day. I was here in 2013 for the British Grand Prix and that's a scary long time ago now when Lewis Hamilton is what has it been his left rear Pirelli exploded because they just couldn't cope with the forces going on. Oh, I know what happened with other drivers as well. I study university. And yeah, Lewis Hamilton and taito wolf had just joined Mercedes and they were hoping for a bright future Ross Braun was still in charge of them. They were doing that weird crossover thing where there was everything was fine. It wasn't. Then it wasn't fine, and then that was very much fine in terms of a total relationship with Ross, but also, yeah, who could have predicted the remarkable run of titles? I mean, obviously the key point of Hamilton leaving McLaren for him personally was he wanted to fly the nest and he's got a bit restrictive there he wasn't quite if Hamilton hadn't been the sort of homegrown hero at McLaren. He might have won the 2007 world title because it was the problem once he was a little bit too reliant on that team and not necessarily questioning a lot of their calls that you'd see Jenson Button go on to do when he joined the team. So it was sort of growing out into his own environment and what a cool it ended up being because he's one of those titles, but he couldn't have been predicted the other key point of why signed was that Mercedes had the works engine program and had been developing it for a while ahead of the V 6 rules coming in for 2014 and as they say, the rest is history, you know, 6 world titles, 8 in a row from Mercedes in the constructors and what a remarkable pairing ended up being Hamilton and Mercedes. So I can guess on the podcast, our chief header to Kevin Turner. When the call comes in from Niki Lauda, you've kind of got her at least take the call and say, I'll come and have a look around. Yes, and of course it can start. I mean, actually, if you look at bricks, I suppose. They were sold on the engine plan, wasn't he really initial? Well, and also, I think the timing, I mean, I know let's just try to sort of down play it a little bit since, but you know, he had that failure in, I want to say something. And if you look at his time at McLaren, you could argue that it was a time of underachievement. He'd come in amazing, probably the greatest rookie season in F one history. Then he won the world championship. And then it kind of went a bit off and suddenly this bloke Sebastian Vettel and a fizzy drinks company were winning all the championships. How the hell does this happen? So you get to in the 2012 and he's won what 20 one races, I think, and one world championship, which given the way he came and you think, that's probably a bit poor return. I mean, you've got to try and remember that Mercedes has allowed Lewis to put in the championships and race wins that he probably felt that he should have had earlier. But he's just kept on getting better and it's the modern model, isn't it? Is having a long-term relationship with the team that you trust. And the failures that McLaren coincided with Mercedes and Nicolas knocking on the door and a lot of people doubted the decision at the time. Because McLaren had looked better than sage in 2012, despite the fact they'd had the unreliability. But how quickly it turned around? Yeah, it's interesting. I don't know why, but Lewis seems quite keen to sort of change the narrative around Singapore 2012, and he's like, I wasn't because of the gearbox. I decided because Ross brawn came to my mom's house and he allowed her visit him and it was getting some Niki Lauda that was a key thing and that he'd gone away to Thailand after that race and that's where we decided everything. So I think it's more, I think he doesn't want it to be seen as perhaps him sort of leaving McLaren in a peak of rage or whatever. He made that decision to fly the nest, which is fair enough. But just going back to looking back on ten years of we're going to talk specifically about Hamilton here. But Mercedes reputation back in 2012, reading through the auto sport magazines to come up with the feature was really not good. I mean like had all the resources, it had Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher and as we now know, comparing Hamilton with Rosberg was basically very well against him. And therefore, you can say that both of those drivers are operating at a very high level. It just wasn't clear. Because the car wasn't up to scratch. The magazine in 2012, we said something along the lines of this sort of fumbling in the dark, because they just couldn't, in that year, keep the tyres alive and that carried on into 2013. But yeah, someone basically when the feats that I wrote for the magazine this week went up online,
The Officer Tatum Show
Brave Surfer Bethany Hamilton Won't Compete Against Transgender Women
"I wanted to talk about this young woman who's a surfer. I think we got a clip on this. But it says, U.S. U.S. female surfer icon slams world surf, league for allowing trans identified biological men to compete against women, so let me see Bethany Hamilton, I want you to hear what she had to say because I think it was excellent and finally they standing up for this against this bull crap. Wrote a clip. Today I want to address the news that the world surf league has officially made the rule that male bodied individuals known as transgender athletes can officially compete in the women's division. The world surf league says they are following the Olympic guidelines. While I address this issue, I want to be clear that I strive to have love for all of mankind, regardless of any differences. But this concerns me as a professional athlete that has been competing in the world surf league events for the past 15 plus years. And I feel that it must speak up and stand up for those in position that may feel that they can not say something about this. I think many of the girls currently on tour are not in support with this new rule and they fear being ostracized if they speak up. So here I go. Questions I have that I want to consider with you. How is this rule playing out in other sports? Like swimming, running MMA. Have any of the current surfers in the world surf league been asked what their thoughts and opinions are on this new rule before it was passed or announced? Should there be a conversation with the 17 woman and all of the men on tour prior to a rule change such as this? Is a hormone level and honest and accurate depiction that someone indeed is a meal or female. Is it as simple as this? Who is pushing for this huge change? Does this better the sport of surfing? Is this better for the woman in surfing? If so, how? How did whoever decided these hormone rules come to the conclusion that 12 months of testing testosterone make it a fair and legal switch? Why is the WSL's statement about trans women competing with women and yet there's no mention of converted women competing with men? I personally think that the best solution would be to create a different division so that all can have a fair opportunity to showcase showcase their passion and talent. And I think it's really hard to imagine the future of women's what the future of women's surfing will be like in 15 to 20 years down the road. If we move forward. Great question. I think she had a lot of questions. Thank you, young lady. I feel bad for a car can see how nervous she is. I mean, I feel like I want to have a stroke listening to her talk about it because I know she's nervous and this is probably like the biggest decision in her life. Not competing, but coming out with common sense.
The Doug Collins Podcast
When the Dead Show up at Your Doorstep...
"Off this sort of off the wall Friday. I had to start off with this story, and it was returned, their headline was returned, earned to sender. And what has happened here is a special liberty of something, but a Brooklyn based indie rocker got a package of it had to be an indie rocker, okay? Of course. I love how they threw this in here. Is a package of cremated human remains belonging to a stranger in the mail and was stun when the funeral home that sent them initially told them it wasn't their problem. This guy named Hamilton let Hauser 44 frontman for the popular indie punk band, the waltman, was gosp activity when he opened the cardboard container and found the ashes inside in another playing cardboard box. It would just kind of shocking. The remains were Martin. Now get this, giants. The remainings were October 7th, 2017. So those have been floating around. Well, it's interesting. 7 years. It had been shipped to the current resident of the studio apartment. Out in east Williamsburg or wherever this app. Anyway, he tried to call the funeral home and straighten things out. The owner was extremely unhelpful. He said something like, it's your problem now. And actually hung up on me. The story hung up. Asshole, I love how they did this. Let it slip that after no one came to claim the remains. He tried to ship them to a man named Robbie, or possibly Ronnie, who may have lived a teacher in 2017.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
How an Obscure Group Fed Lies to the Media About the US Elections
"The newest addition of the Twitter files reported by Matt taibbi is not about censorship per se. It is about the use of the media. As a vehicle for a systematic procession of lies. In this case, the lie is that the Russians are actively interfering in U.S. elections and there are hundreds of accounts, maybe thousands of accounts that are nothing more than Russian bots and Russian propaganda that is being, you may say, engineered out of Moscow. It's Putin's hand that is behind all this. Now, there was an organization that claimed to have a tracking mechanism and a dashboard. In which they would list these accounts, reveal them to be the product of Russian disinformation and they were trying to do two things. One is to get the media to cover this story. Of Russia involvement in U.S. elections. Russian disinformation on social media platforms like Twitter, the group that was doing this, it maintained the dashboard, was called Hamilton 68. And when you look at Hamilton 68 and its board of directors, its people like Bill crystal, the never trumper. Michael chertoff, former head, I believe, of Homeland Security. Michael mcfaul, who is a professor, I believe now at Stanford University, John Podesta, formerly the head of the Hillary for America. So this is the never Trump neocons and the left. And also people who are like deputy heads of the CIA NSA. So this is deep state meets never Trump meets the left. And these are becoming increasingly, by the way, the same people. And so Hamilton 68 said that they were, they maintained this dashboard. And they would identify these sites, but as Twitter began to look into it, and this is Twitter, by the way, before Elon Musk. This is Twitter in the old regime. They realized that Hamilton 68 was putting out complete lies.
The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"hamilton" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"You go out on your own, you're saddling these horses, you're working, you're putting all this time in, you're taking horses on deals, which means you're really not making any money unless they run well. What was the moment? What was the moment that you said, man, I can do this? I can be a horse trainer. You know, probably, I mean, my first winner was call me Gusto. And I had him right from the beginning. He won his third start. And it wasn't anything. I mean, it looked impressive at the time. But if you look at the times, I mean, we went really slow. He just got lucky. But at that point, when he won and the horses started running well, and whether they were just knocking on the door or if they were actually winning, I was like, oh, this is working. This is, you know, the horses are happy and they're running well and all right. So I guess we're doing the right thing. We're heading in the right direction. Yeah. Yeah, you're definitely heading in the right direction. And your enthusiasm is infectious. I can tell you that any owner that's thinking about sending a trainer horses has to be thrilled with that enthusiasm and the passion that you bring to this sport, Sarah, and I can tell you it's been a delight to hear your story. We're down to the final O three and a half minutes or so. And I always like to wrap up the program by asking trainers to tell me something about them that we haven't talked about yet. Maybe some other things you enjoy doing or other hobbies you might have, other interests outside of racing. I know you don't get a lot of time away from the barn. But what are some of the other things that you'll pay attention to other than the world of thoroughbred racing? Well, I mean, so I have a little puppy, his name is Jack as well. And he's pretty cool. He takes up most of my time when I'm not at the barn. I also have a Stapleton at the Fox center. So I go ride horses on my free time. If that's not dedication, I don't know what is. Yeah. But I mean, I enjoy hiking kayaking and anything outdoors. I'm a pretty fun person. I like to go out and do things and do things that get you away from the racing or go with the people that you hang out with every day every morning. I don't know, I have a really good friend base and Lexington. I've got all really good people here and so I'll get together. Have a good time. What kind of puppy is Jack? Jack is they call me Euro Russell or a hunt terrier. But basically he's like a black and tan Jack Russell, which is really cute. He's really extra cute. Yeah, I'm sure he is. How old is he? 6 months. Oh, wow. Wow, more difficult to train a puppy or to train a young horse. You put Jack and Jack together and you've got trouble for sure. No, he's been a really, really good pup and he's also very helpful in the barn. He likes to catch mice. So we've like having him around for that. Oh, he's part cat. Yeah, he's got all the traits. He's got all the things. He gets along well with circle back, Jack. Oh, yeah, they're buds. Yeah, fantastic stuff. Sarah Hamilton here on trainer talk, presented by phasing tips and Sarah. Like I say, it's been so much fun to hear your story. We're about out of time. Really appreciate it. And all the best moving.
The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"hamilton" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Not just now since she's gone out on her own, but the other horses she's had the privilege to be around even as she was galloping horses and getting her career started and deciding, hey, this is what I want to do for a living, but if you heard in the beginning of the show, this is all she ever wanted to do was to be around horses. Real quick, you said you started with hunter jumpers and with the show horse world, how much different is it working with those horses as opposed to the racehorses that you're working with now? Well, a horse is the horse. But it is pretty different. The way they're treated, the way they're handled. You know, the majority of show horses you're working with are older geldings, people, you know, they like quiet horses. Especially in those like hunter jumper type barns, they want, you know, they have these big, warm Bloods. It's definitely different. I mean, I've always been a thoroughbred person. I got my first serve bread off the track when I was I think 11 or 12 years old. And he was, he came home to get gelded from parks and I was like, jogging him talking to him for Frank and I was like, I love this horse so much and just had to have him. You know, so my preference has always been thoroughbreds. I think they're just they're smart. They're unique. They're they have a workman business, quality about them that I really enjoy. Well, and you can tell that Sarah Hamilton shares that same workman's type quality in her approach to getting horses ready and her approach to training horses. And we're going to continue talking about that. And the second half of the show, one half hour down, one more yet to come. Stay with me. I'm back after this..
"hamilton" Discussed on Threedom
"We had an episode of the show. What where someone was unjustly spanked. Oh boy and i feel that there must be consequences. Yes out it was you. Shelvin was you. Don't try the shaggy defense here. Now we to contain a tribunal. So here's what it is. Okay so about it. I was spanked for for telling a story that i told on a different podcast. And the person who spanked me heard it on the other podcast and said that. I'd already told it. And he spanked me and that person shelvin and so there are a few options that lay before us. We could a spank shelvin to even it out. I don't want to do our bell doesn't feel right. It doesn't get away with it. But i don't to get away with it. I'm saying you wanna do it and probably probably be able to get away with it. Cute the other option. Is you get a reverse. Spanking from shelvin. Wherein he clicks the pen on your ass. I just wanted to put a pan of my ass. No on the voting against your on and goes quickly. Inuit i know okay. What's what's the other thing that is that we could make it a boomerang and getting no boomerang with him actually spanking. Money's the waters okay. Third option. I'm just flying by the parents now. Hamilton flied seat of his pants. Does he know it. It takes peach. Take some balls uncut off balls to write a musical where someone called you handsome Yeah well though you could say. I'm playing the role of someone has lon helton was. He was three women after. What according to the ten dollar bill. He's actually a handsome guy. Let's give me ten dollars dollars. He's got he's got great third. Yeah we need a certain. I thought we discussed one my true. I thought we discussed one the other one. The other one was look it up in our texture was hashtag. Hamilton was bad news for you. Hamilton was bay hamilton. Literally really hot. Okay okay never gonna never looked at a ten dollar. Bill never only looked like hundreds bed jerk off to coins coins. There's coin my piggyback where we take so much okay so okay so it could be my suggestion. Was you have to kiss our rings paul. You suggested he has to say or do something embarrassing Yes story needs to squad against the wall and say me loves banking mommy. That's pretty good. We should feel and then we decided he should sing hard to sam sorry by chicago and then i thought he should sing. I'm sorry by alvin. The chipmunks And then i sent you and you're you're like what is what is hard to say. I'm sorry and i sent you a video trying to get you to open it and it was. It was never gonna give you up. Never be rick again every video. That explains this online. Were shocked that i'd never been. Rick rolled. yeah when so. What are we decide kevin. Can you sing. Can you sing it all. Can you carry a tune Not well okay can you badly. Yes do you do using badly me. He's gonna say poorly. Maybe we'll just say poorly time. I think to make him saying something as well as he possibly while he's squats and a quarter while he's squad sent a corner duleep singh duleep. He should sing. Along december requires singing. Bring up bring up larrikin. Play the kids about version. Sing it and dance and we will tape it. I think we should get a karaoke version. So he doesn't have a guide vocal. I think this song guidebook just single you know it just singing along with lauren. We'll tape it singing along with the singing along with it. Stand up singing along with this squat singing along with it. Squat see along with it and then you have to say me like spanking mommy right go go go go go go go go go go. I don't do you have to as well as well as you can..
"hamilton" Discussed on The Worldshapers
"Set. The first few books out as quickly as possible. And where can people follow you along online and keep up with what you're doing. My website is laurel k hamilton dot com. Ells on daryl. Yes to els to ells on laurel And thanks to online it. It's so funny. How things have changed of that used to be you had to. You had to contact my editor or agent to get in touch with me now. You know on twitter. I am l. k. hamilton.
Dr. Drew Podcast
"hamilton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Were you know chatting with them as much as you chatting with other populations But i do urge everybody to ask questions get ally right you want to be an ally house can be alex up really understanding what they're what they're dealing with and what other people's experiences are and i'm truly curious i mean i really want to know so it's being an allied. It's being curious it's being understand. It's understanding the world around us. You know let me mention my daughter. And i read a book. That's coming out right around now. All right gary. It might even be available for links called. It doesn't have to be awkward and we designed it. Yeah we designed these kinds of topics. my excellent writer and did a great job with us and she's way more woke than i am. Which is why. I needed somebody like her in with me. I'm still you know burdened by my own upbringing and place in history and whatnot. And i'm i'm well aware of it and i want to do better And and we need new language by the way for that we use an amateur language. It's just it's just a fact and we all it's our job to like pay pay pay attention or asking and it's called. Doesn't it be awkward. But we really designed it for like fifteen to nineteen year olds and their parents to talk. Be able to talk about these issues. The landscape for these issues a way to talk about. And as i'm thinking about talking to kaitlin you know i would apply those principles and talking to her just like. How can it be an ally. i understand better. How can i be less restricted by my own experience in my own upbringing and place history. And you know all that. That's that's you know. I i feel about this. We're getting did not expect. But but but. But i i I've said this many times on the show. But frederick douglass really really made the scales fall from my eyes reading his words a those. You know you must know. He's a great american from the post pre and post civil war era yes An african american former slave really an order like crazy as orations their poetry their biblical. They're unbelievable and it made the scales off my is seeing his perspective and and he used the word white white supremacy us that were really as essentially describing what we're talking about which is not seeing other people's point of view and i'm happy to use that term unfortunately people bristle at that term because they amine skinheads and means all kinds of crazy things as are either. We need to get over that language. That's addresses what it is. We're talking about the optics on how we view the population at large really all. It is pay attention. it's all yours and care. you gotta care. Maybe we could do better on that. Yes yes and. I hope that on cheating when love lies people come away thinking that they've learned something. They've been helped. They feel less guilt and shame. Because you realize you're not alone. Oh you know what. I kind of felt that way about this guy at my office or i had an emotional fair and i'm not the only one or you know i'm thinking about having an affair and i don't know what to do. What will the repercussions you hear these stories from people who share what happened to them. And you're right oftentimes it. It doesn't end so well and jillian would argue that. What you're doing is a public health. thank you a message and let me explain why and we should have done this. During covert and the fact that we didn't is absolutely breathtaking to me. Which is that people. Learn from narratives about relatable people like they're like me yes and and the consequences of their choices. When i go to medical went to medical school we learn from cases. It's experiential learning humans learn efficiently from cases number one and number. Two people don't adjust their behavior with information. We can learn all. We learned this during the hiv and aids epidemic. We've had everybody just juiced up on the information and they still didn't change their behavior until we did. What you're doing. We love line. was that we. We listened a little houses. And you're doing the same thing. And it's a topic that i think is is extremely relevant for now and please do explore the repercussions of their choices throughout their family systems and whoever else are affected by their choices because that will then help the people that are listening to accommodate their own decision making and to be in a better position to make healthy choices one way or the other. It's up to them as you were saying at the beginning you do. I have listener call ins and stuff as we progress. I do know the ending to some of these stories. I started with remember. I started this a year ago so now people are having affairs or involved in affairs. Now it's a year later. So i do know what happened. And in most cases it doesn't end so well and so doesn't always not always but more often than not there is some sort of you know negative consequences whether it's for the couple or for the children or the family or for yes that's right and let people draw draw from those stories Information that they can adapt to their own decision making and and make their own choices. But but i trust me It has a dramatic effect on people's behavior Which is what from public. Halston wanted to again. Why we didn't do this. Cova just fucking blows my. But i did. I started in kobe. And i just didn't get on the air until now. No one i mean we. We didn't we should be telling stories. Yes about people who didn't get a vaccine and just just not. Oh my god. they're terrible. It's like hey what happened. You take the vaccine choice and you didn't take it. Oh my god and you didn't end up but got your husband up in the. Icu doesn't seem like such good choice was that's it. Don't pass judgement. And then people will draw their own conclusion. Yes oh you do it. In some of my stories there some times there are favorable endings away from this woman. She was a horrible wretched narcissist. Hate her got away from her. Now i'm happy. And i have a new wife and children with somebody else. Those stories exist as well. But you're totally right. I am because. I'm not like you an expert or a psychologist. I just want to hear the story not judge. Do not give you advice. We're just going to have a conversation about what happened to you. I think it's great. And i thank you for doing it and i'm sure it will. There's endless material. There is the is the source of most dramas these kinds of relationships for drama. You know the core issue in just about every drama. You can ever watch so again. It is jillian hamilton j. i l. l. a. n. hamilton dot online cheating when love lies villa. Podcast one anywhere else..
Dr. Drew Podcast
"hamilton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Settled down. They they can. They usually stop in fact if somebody's properly treated well he's funny because he said yeah. I don't do this anymore. And i said well. Why do you think you've changed. He's like well. I'm pushing sixty i. Can't you know he was like. I just can't perform like i used to. And so in his mind. He can't sorry i wonder i would ask him. Pointedly about You know how he doesn't get attracted to other addicts alcoholics. I think he might be too by the way sort of an addict quality tall this and whether he's had any recovery and with his treatment and that's usually the case because people that engage in. These behaviors are so destructive. Oh my god they bring just destruction down on everybody. And they feel lots of guilt and shame about it when they're doing it That's you know again unless they're completely psychopathic and they don't care that that does happen to. Yeah there's a lot of guilt shame. No there's a lot of guilt and shame. Yeah when you get caught but as long as you're doing it and not getting caught your living in a thrill your living in fantasy and you just feel like you're going to get away with it i. I'm not sure that's true because it's so close to drug addiction. That of course they keep using they don't worry about it when they're using but they have deep guilt and shame it's just not on the surface and they often and they often are able to connect the dots to the person they hated in their childhood. Who gauging the same savior. How often sort of their and. That's one of the reasons that fuels the guilt and shame. Interesting interesting it's just it's just you know. We're very very predictable as human beings. Just like any other primate system. You can you can just look at copley. There's a lot of variations on the same or complicated socially but were you know you can easily sort of understand what we're up to If you if you study at deeply you're gonna you're gonna get exposed all of this and it's and it and i'm not saying that everyone is treated psychopath logical. I'm not saying that. I'm talking about this kind of pattern. You were just talking about stream and then you know you've got something on your hands in terms of the fact that something like visit with highs. Fifty percent of people cheat is at about the number marriages. Yes even more energy because when that number difficult because how do you define cheating so it's really hard. i. I'm skeptical about the numbers in that regard because too too high. I think it's too low motion cheating. Throw that in there in there. You know the story that gave you earlier. The guy with the song is each eating. Let's talk about that. Yeah because because i i don't know i it's almost like his has anybody who's been married for a long time Had a friendship where they think themselves in my life. My husband like this where you've got to feel that yes and yet you kind of file it under. Oh well you know that's gotta be close to everybody. That's my point and i think that's why i think that's why i have. You know quite a few guests and betrayed partners in cheaters. Willing to speak. Because they're saying it's just so prevalent seed in my office. I see you know when people were going to the office and definitely online. I mean their entire communities of people sharing information shit whether it's On a personal level business level you have so much access to other people and you don't start. I'm starting to wonder if it's not maybe good in the sense that people need friendships and they need relationships outside of their prime relation they just can't they have to hold a very careful boundary with it. Not sure people are used to doing that or understanding where the boundaries need to be exactly because it only takes one of the two people to give a little. You know sex sexy comment you know. Hey you look really hot on zoom or whatever it could be and then suddenly. The relationship has turned the corner. You know. you're you're in you go back until you. I've hey the guy that. I was dogging zooming with told me how hot i looked. No you're gonna hide it and suddenly than you hide the next thing that she says or he says and suddenly you have this whole sort of like secret relationship going on and it becomes a slippery slippery slope. It is a slippery slope. Do do you have advice for people that are in that kind of slippery place and how to keep it in a a healthier place where it is really just a friendship that's kind of intimate and doesn't diminish your primary relationship now zero. You have to go cold turkey. I don't have advice. And i don't give advice because i i would send them to you because you know you have the expertise to know. I'm not really position to tell someone who'd be in that vulnerable position. Give them advice about their relationship. I mean that's a very hefty load to carry. I'm really there to ask questions. Yeah i get it. And that's an important function. i totally understand boundary. That's good you're maintaining that boundary from from my perspective. I think what i would tell. People is get it. Take a good look your primary relationship and understand why you have emotional needs and whether you can get those emotions met from your spouse or your partner and if you can't you know why is that what you want to do with that and is it is candidate. Be a lot of things can't be treated right. That's just the nature of the two people involved. And then if you feel that you have to have a friendship outside man you gotta you gotta make sure that if that friendship gets into the sexual territory you you can't let it keep going there. You gotta pull it back you have to do is you're done. We need when you're gonna go. You're going to go that way. But what do you do when it feels good. You know it's nice to have that confidence the point. You can't indulge yourself if you wanna sustain that primary relationship started indulging yourself. Yeah in the literature is very clear on this. You diminish the primary intimacy by engaging intimacies elsewhere it it has repercussions and if you really you know we. We all stand up at the altar and make these lofty commitments. If you're up to those commitments you have to hold the barry. Hold the line somewhere because it it it will continue to have effects and stuff. You have to come clean about you. Have you know. It's very scary. You the your partner may feel betrayed and not be able to trust you over again or that partner may be able to rebuild that trust over time and forgive you but it's it's scary territory of the unknown. Yes and if the primary relationship is damaged or isn't a problematic state. You know the person's not going to be apt to want to talk to their partner right. The relationships already broken. So now do i walk and say oh let me tell you about this wonderful guy that i go have smooths after yoga practice and how he thinks i'm hi you're just not the relationship can't sustain that type of honesty in also whatever whatever if you haven't had your sort of attraction systems addressed your traumas You're gonna get attracted to something problematic. Yes well i mean so. They're jumping ship to stories about people who do go ahead with these relationships and leave their prime relationship and on hold. It's the same thing all over again. Yes i have stories guy. He you know married has kids and his mistress lived around the corner and he got caught and ended up leaving the wife and kids and literally literally moved around the corner with the new family. And how did that work out. Very contentious very hostile very contentious. You know the primary wife. The first wife is devastated. You know how do you get past that. You feel like it's happening in my own backyard. Probably start this woman. Walking the dog. And i i do also want acknowledge that the rate at which women cheat has really grown progressed. Women cheat. I think that we tend to think the men are cheating. The met you know particularly in the heterosexual community. The men are bad. They have a middle aged crisis. They're cheating the women are cheating they're in the workplace. We're working where out there. We have access to men. You know women have desires. Women's sexuality has been awakened in the past several decades and women do cheat. And i think you were saying it is the case that meant some men cheat because they can get away with it. I'm i'm guessing that categories increased amongst women as well. Yes i can do it. But i have a job have the access. Access is a big big component and cheating if you have the time in the access to get to someone else and they show interest in you. The door has just opened wide wide open. That's interesting do you have any specific stories about you know online the emotional affairs i i was i was talking to a woman whose husband was divorcing. Her he had had an affair he had this mistress and he would buy her the bags and the shoes and the send the was spoil this mistress. She found out She.
This is Today
"hamilton" Discussed on This is Today
"Have been. And i i guess that's why they have hamilton the musical just because that little liden there would make such a great hip hop song. He didn't take the oath of office as secretary of treasury until september. Eleventh seventeen eighty-nine his term Was filled with those rap battles. The catchy songs and the occasional dual. Yeah the current secretary of treasury is actually also a groundbreaking here because it is the first female secretary of the treasury. Janet yellen and there's a lot of words that rhyme with yellen. So maybe just maybe they'll be a musical someday. That would be awesome. Nineteen forty five on this day as i mentioned in the open on this day. Yeah japan surrendered. Okay we'll so we talked about that but let's talk about what happened afterwards. Right the whole ceremony aboard the uss missouri. In tokyo bay. But what did this actually mean. Will it meant that japan. This is what those you know. Instruments instruments we're sign said. They had to stop all military actions. Pow's would be liberated and the us would occupy the country. They this took place. Until april of nineteen fifty-two there was another peace treaty. This will call the san francisco. Peace treaty. Much nicer name. It was signed at the presidio in san francisco. Now actually that is a wedding hall. Where you can you know get buried in the hall where the signing was take taking place Back in nineteen forty five now. Unfortunately marriages do not come with a peace treaty. Tell you that much. Nineteen eighty five on this day. The wreck of the titanic was finally discovered. It was a joint french. American expedition led by john. Lewis mckell and robert ballard. I wonder which one was the french there and basically what they did was they were looking around. You know everybody was really into finding. The titanic has a lot of interest back then. Just look at the movie and how many people watch that right and they finally found it on this day. Well okay. It was difficult to find back then right and it was difficult to go visit. The titanic but guess what. There were two companies now that are offering underwater tours of the wreckage yet. So you can do this now. Of course you gotta have some cash. This is like going into space these days as sixty two hundred thousand dollars per person so if you got two hundred thousand dollars to spend you and your significant other can go diving there around the wreckage. Now here's the thing. It doesn't include airfare it doesn't include lodging so bring some extra cash with you 'cause it's gonna be expensive now to see the artifacts of the titanic in a more modest budget. You can head over to the luxor hotel and casino in las vegas. They've got a great display. Been there love love it. There's also a replica of part of the ship at least in branson missouri in florida. There's the titanic experience. It's guided tour by actors in period costumes and then for the international listeners. You've got something called the maritime museum of the atlantic in halifax and the mercy side museum in liverpool. All right let's take a look at arbor taste for today. Terry bradshaw is seventy three mark. Harmon is seventy keanu. Reeves is fifty seven. Selma hayek is fifty five cat williams forty eight today and kian. Lawley is twenty six. That is your look at september second. Thanks for listening to this is today. We do our best to pull together all the correct information if we made a mistake and you heard it. You're super smarter super. Sorry be sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcast. It gives us a five star if you think we deserve it. If you'd like to make sure that we cover something on a future episode. Let us know head over to our website. This is today. Podcast dot com. Make suggestions give us feedback. Just whatever you want. Just go to a check out. It's great but a lot of time to that. I hope you enjoyed learning about today. I'm russ and i will talk to you tomorrow. I'm great day..
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Because what i'd like you to do is make some obstacles and only takes about ten minutes. Podcast coincidentally enough is ten minutes now. Of course you've got a freeze them. I don't really have a plan for that. But maybe you make them today and then during tomorrow's podcast you can eat them. I know that sort of messes up daschle blueberry popsicle day which is today. But you did something with the blueberry popsicle so we'll go ahead and count that. How do you make them check out this a blueberry popsicle a yogurt pop. You just need two cups of blueberries you need two tablespoons of a guy or honey and two cups of vanilla. Greek yogurt or some other flavor may be blueberry. That's it there you go. Sally's baking addiction. Dot com has that recipe in case. You can't remember that yet. It only had three ingredients. And if you can't remember that then you probably won't remember sally's baking addiction dot com either. Say twice their blueberries by the way they're healthy so there's that that's that's all i got on that we got gotta move now to talk to national. Vj day victory over japan. What this does is. It celebrates the end of world. War two now. It is as i mentioned in the open. Their celebrated on different days throughout the world. That's because of ladies and gentlemen timezones. Yeah the the. The world is divided up into times. I don't need to tell you about that. Now it's time zones but it's also the actual surrender versus the signing of the document. The documents were signed on this day. And so that's why. September second is celebrated in one thousand nine hundred forty five by the way. Okay so this can all be confusing so let me confuse you a little bit. More august fifteenth is v. j. day in netherlands in new zealand's south korea canada united kingdom and several other nations that too many mentioned there Japan's emperor herro hito broadcast the surrender to the japanese people on radio tokyo on august fifteenth. So that's why it became that and then because of that time zone. Difference that i mentioned earlier will. Some people celebrated on august fourteenth now in australia to make it even more confusing. They don't call it. Vj day they call it vp which is victory in the pacific day. Who man they really make things confusing back then in the forties. Didn't they Anyway this day marked the formal signing of the instrument of surrender. Yeah it's that's what they're calling the instrument of surrender to be some paper. Okay anyway. That happened aboard the battleship. Uss missouri in japan's tokyo bay. Now oh man. Why though would we celebrate it on september third. We gotta go back to that. Yeah 'cause i mentioned right we'll time zones but also the philippines they do this on september third because that was the date that japanese general and military governor of japan went to the philippines and surrender. While i actually didn't go there. He just told him i surrender. So there you go. That is why. I guess really. Japan surrendered several times. And there's your story. Maybe i could have just gone with that and safety three minutes. But you did get to make those Blueberry popsicles so there's that all right let's take a look at our events for today and we start in sixteen sixty six. Yeah we're going way back for this. One it to a small cramped neighborhood in london for buildings made of really would that could be also called kindling. yeah it made. Great kindling on this day. there was a fire that started in a bakery and this thing spread through nearly all of london. Thirteen thousand houses were just destroyed. Ninety churches The royal exchange the original saint paul's cathedral. They had to use explosions to try to stop the spread of this parliament. Of course said will rebuild and spoiler. The did london is still a city. Seventeen eighty nine on this day. It took an act of congress but they established the united states treasury the roots of this. Go back to the american revolution now. They needed money for war back. Then in congress had no power to tax so they decided at least probably. Have this. make this happen. So the first congress said be it enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the united states of america in congress assembled that there shall be a department of treasury in which shall be the following officers namely a secretary of the treasury alexander hamilton. Yeah that whole thing. That i just read would have been so much better as a hip hop song. You know a little rap. Perhaps i'm not gonna do it. I won't but.
"hamilton" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Dot com because it wise and we take learning personally. This is fresh air. I'm terry gross. Our guest rene lease goldsberry. Won a tony award for her performance in hamilton and grammy for her work on the cast recording. She's now one of the stars of the new comedy series girls five ever that's available on peacock. nbc's streaming platform. She spoke with fresh. Air's emory denardo. You probably already know renate least goldsberry from this. That's her playing and john kass cuyler. In hamilton.
Sirens | A True Crime Podcast
"hamilton" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast
"Shirt that the doctor was wearing he said lane said that's when he started explaining the blood splatter inside the sleeve the only thing he could think of with being consistent of was with john hamilton if he had beat his wife to death with a blunt instrument apparently he said that the was found the lifting effect of The hand likes. Let's say you have two hands on a murder weapon and you lifted above your head and you hit your wife and you bring it back up and it has blood on it now. He's saying that that secondary blood ran down into the sleeve off the weapon off. The weapon like asked off going into his leaf. Yes like rundown okay off the weapon onto the hand down into this leaf an and this is the thing because this like shocked everybody and this actually got him convicted. What the.
"hamilton" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Collaborate with anybody while the los angeles sweet album is still technically postponed. However i'm not sure if they're going to be moving forward with non last. I heard that it's just postponed until cove it chemically sow in. I don't have any shows yet. however i'm sure that will also take place. I have definitely been writing Writing a lot myself and not as many co-writes A few here in there with close friends but I was also able to co write via zoom. So that's new fun And is in teaching myself pro tools. So i'm i'm excited to give my listeners. Some body of worth. That's more a one hundred percent my writing on it because in the past a lot of it was so rights which i love as well but i think you know an isolation your guest found to do everything yourself so i'm trying to learn a little bit how to aware that production hat. Not that i necessarily think that my producing will be on the final record but it needs to get to a point where i pin at least garner some day download. So that's what i've been focusing on. Yeah sounds exciting. I really appreciate the time that is spent with us before we go added. Can you tell us where to find your music. Yes so you can go to. My website is w. w. w. dot addie hamilton music dot com. You can also follow me on instagram. My social media is hamilton addie And you find me on all the music platforms as well. So i love to talk to people. I'll be doing a fun project soon. Involving some Handwritten letters in postcards for some releases which is so fun for me. And i hope that i can connect to people more personally through doing that. Which have done before. And i truly enjoy doing that. So i keep in touch with me on social media and there may be a po box coming out. Well that's awesome. Thank you for joining our pod. Today it was a wonderful chat listeners. Tune it out. A hamilton risk is great and Also follower on social media. She'd mention yeah. Thank you so much thank you. You were awesome. Well thank y'all joining in on our episode talking with adam hamilton. next episode. We have robber. Happy walters from minnesota We're gonna listen to his break out. Track paid vacations and that will happen on january twenty six so see the pawn next time shares..
"hamilton" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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"hamilton" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Influence the Peggy lee betty gunman an earthquake hit. I can definitely see that in listening to your music Is there any other. Influences joins talk about Peggy liter goodman and how they influenced too. Yeah definitely while they were. I would say they were like my first. Inspirations because they were all a part of that collective that my great grandmother had in her record player. I love earth. Kit is a performer. So that opened up a lot of ideas Regarding dance for me and then when it comes to inspirations even the performance world i love bob fosse and i'd love to incorporate some of his Corio or something inspired by him into a stage routine in performance. I love chet baker's delivery. I just love how smooth. He is as a vocalist and as a trumpet player Chad baker things definitely one of my favorite albums both of them and when it comes to sonics and arranging i love daddy elf men. I love tom way I've been listening to a lot of dorothy. Ashby not sure if you're familiar with her. She's in old harp player. No i'm not. She's she's a great a lot of a lot of people don't know about her but she kind of debts into that what's the word like a lot of lionel. Hampton would be in the same world's like they it's almost exotic If you ever listen to any early exotica. It kind of reminds me of that. So she someone. I've discovered i think within the past two years in somebody else who's really inspiring to me not necessarily music but visually which is definitely intertwined Is biography berkeley. I love his visuals in would definitely have always loved in in even tried to do something like that for videos. And would you say that most your music is inspired by the nineteen thirties to sixties era of jazz swing and rb. Yes now. I mean a lot of things end up sounding that way. I think my vocal does a lot of it. Because i've i've listened to so many jazz singers. I think that when i was developing a singer earlier just grew into a jazz voice And i love brass people. When i hear a jazz vocal in our here brass or maybe than a really lash like string arrangement they automatically put it to an era. But i don't necessarily sometimes. But i don't necessarily try in said in a studio and be like this needs to be from nineteen forty two glenn miller i love glenn miller. I love my favorites. Yeah he's great. He's great to dance Used to do a lot of solo charleston. Lindsay swing in an. I love to dance to him. I love already shot. Two are similar with artie. Shaw his name nightmares. Always been a great one. It's so like erie. The next guy coming up. We're going to be listening to your truck. Tangerine that was released early january. And could you tell us a bit about what went into the making of that. Yes so I worked with these amazing guys on the east coast. Todd way ethan. Mentzer and i believe the first time we wrote. It was when i was in virginia visiting them both in todd studio and The word actually came i to be honest. I wish i could tell you that. I had like some deep reason to choose that word but it was actually a flavor of chapstick. I had in my pocket was at it in now. I've i actually think it's funny enough goodman may have written. It was benny goodman or one of those thirties. Composers may intangible. He's a song called. Tendering which i didn't know then now i i do anyway so i think when we wrote it was a little over a year ago and i remember we were on a walk taking a break from writing another song and i just love how it slipped off the tongue in so i said why. Don't you write something about tangerine and then from there really came the lyric in It it's very abstract. I'm not sure if you've padden opportunity to listen to it yet. But i can. I can talk more after we do. Yeah i have a great great tune the lyrics very abstract Adam shows the the listener can connect d'oro meaning to the like. It's very open to interpretation by those who would you great. Yes i mean. I have my own thoughts about what the lyrics mean to me. Of course the. I don't know. I'm almost apprehensive to share them. Because i think it's so important for everybody to draw their own conclusion. Okay well we're going to listen to the track and will continue shouting with addie after we listened to january.
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"hamilton" Discussed on No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party
"Eight wing seven because he's masking it with like you know. Don't talking about it as if it's a break-up right so it's almost passive aggressive in a way. Yes yeah yeah yeah. I don't know. I mean i could see a like a a really unhealthy. Too right like the way he because he articulates it as i loved you now guy. We're not gonna love me back. Mean they don't like that but yeah it feels back that look healthy to now. that's important. Yeah i was telling someone that the only villain is the who jefferson. But i guess the king is pretty i. I'm no i think saying. Well i don't know burden of the no the villain the guy in the purple coat. Yeah that's thomas jefferson. Yeah yeah in my opinion him in the king are like the closest you get villains. Those are the villains one hundred percent yes. Oh my gosh richard. How do we have such completely different. Like experiences not a villain. You relate to her way too much. He's like the tragic. Well think that certainly hamilton is not the hero and i think hamilton is just as much of a villain as burr is. Yeah but like not. Hero is not equal villain. You know what i'm saying. Yeah but i think it's like at first glance at first like say you're listening to it for the first time. It's kind of supposed to make you think Hamilton is the hero and is the villain because burr kills hamilton in the end. But it's just not so like hamilton is not a good person a well. He's trying. I think he really is. He's not right can we. Can we start by typing hamilton. Yeah or continued to start by typing amilton and then and then we can talk a little bit about his motivations and stuff. So i mean i feel pretty strong. That hamilton is a four wing three. Oh my gosh. of course do yeah. Now he's on one. This is going to be. This thing is not going to be okay but go ahead. Tell me why three he is obsessed. Everyone's a four wing three was the pivotal moment of the play. Tell me the pivotal among the play where he sets his course in axum. I don't know which one win. He right it's the reynolds pamphlets and he does that because of one thing legacy that's all that's all your cares about one. Care about legacy. I don't think so not nearly as much as fours and certainly for a wing threes once care about like no one's care about doing the right thing let me let me lay it out this way. All right go for. Hamilton has done a series of wrong things. First of all first of all. I would say he makes a lot of dumb decisions that a one would never do and he doesn't really feel that much. I mean maybe a one would do it but a one would feel bad about it. They would feel shame. They would admit that they were wrong. The inner critic would kick in and hamilton doesn't do that all he seeks to do is explain where he was coming from he. He wants to make known what he was thinking so he writes a pamphlet to make himself seen no and then he also does it toward the end of you know legacy. He fully expects angelica to like. Get this you know what i mean like. He he goes to her and says you know finally someone who sees what i'm going through. Which is this incredible thing for someone to say and certainly something that i don't think a one would ever presume to say But it makes total sense for four all wrapped up in themselves in their legacy and they feel like they've just done what they had to do to submit what they're about. So that's my argument. Okay i i can see where you're coming from because i originally thought that hamilton was a three because he does seem so image conscious like he is obsessed with his image. Yes and i. I originally interpreted the reynolds pamphlet thing as like Yeah as completely just protecting his image and also the whole thing about him being you know. He's like a workaholic. Yeah right so much. He does so much. Tina collects his family. Because he has to do these things with his career like he he does come off as an aggressive type which three is and four and one aren't but ones can have that like aggressive energy when they believe in something and then the other thing that makes me that made me change from three. Is that his whole thing with burr. Is that bird doesn't believe any in anything. Bird doesn't stand for anything he doesn't have any beliefs he's wish washy. He's held his claim. Whatever he needs to to be successful sure and that drives hamilton in sane. It's all about like the principles and the values in having beliefs and even if he disagrees with he disagrees with jefferson but then he chooses to endorse him because jefferson has beliefs so that made me think that he was a one rather than a does he endorse jefferson because he agrees with his beliefs or does now george he dorsey jefferson because he's authentic and burn super is not right yeah it could be authenticity. Yeah yeah i. I don't know i think especially by that point. Burr has gone fully into the like. It struck me watching it this time. Like how much. Burr misunderstands the lesson. He learned from hamilton. Which is find out what you want what you're about and go for it. And he decides what.