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"jacob schultz" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"jacob schultz" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"That toll free numbers 8554503733 with you in the studio. It's aria and and Vincent. And we're going to a festival visit. I don't know whether or not you're going. Actually, it's called at last this year. He did. But is called Fork Fest. And it's June the 28th through July, the fourth in 2021 at Roger's Campground in the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire. It is the week after the Porcupine Freedom Festival, but Fork fest is decentralized, which means no one is in charge. It also means there's no tip ticket cost. All you have to do is reserve your camping side. Your RV site or motel room with Roger's Campground for June 29th through July, the fourth There's going to be a fireworks show last year. Hope. I mean, we can't say Well, sure, Presumably, they historically have a fireworks show years They've had a firework show. There's a good chance it will continue. And I mean, presumably, the sun will rise tomorrow and you know, the volcano at Yellowstone won't erupt and we won't be so presumably. There will be Fort fast. 2021 again. That's June, the 28th of July the fourth You can find out more about it at fork fest dot party. That's fork fast. Stop party look forward to seeing you there because it's always a great time was your second year. Was it not been so Yeah, yeah, It was my second year, so you must have a good time. Well, the first time my father was more focused on selling stuff and, you know, running event a vending stands. It was a better time. Oh, yeah. Yeah, I actually you know, was able Teo, you know, just just relax and screw around. I sort of run ran a understand this year, but it was mostly just putting up boxes of wine and cups and a Q R code. It was it was self service. I don't have to actually do anything. There was someone there most of time who was cooking and selling food and all of that, But the actual Things that light long. I mean, it wasn't I wouldn't say most of the time like it was out where there was no one around. It's the honor system, and it worked out pretty well. I thought it did. It worked out great. I mean, I certainly didn't lose money from it. What did you call it? The blood of Christ. Yes. One gold back was the price. We had another name for the white wine. But let's not talk about that. I don't think they're going to be able to get away with one goal back for the price next year if gold Price keeps going up And that's true. We'll see. I'll just get put out bigger cups, man. There you go more blood of Christ for everyone, or I guess it would be smaller cups and I would be bigger comes Callouses. Oh, that's a great idea. Do like Shawn the food and drink tender and have like a special reform satanic Church cup that gives you unlimited refills. This is a great idea. I love brainstorming. So anyway, Germany has set a precedent for a sister ship. It would seem that this coming to us from reason dot com It is JD to seal is the author there at reason dot com. Even as the world wrestles with a pandemic and overbearing public health measures, some legislative bodies they're taking the opportunity. Tighten the screws on speech they don't like like the United States government throwing Chris Cantwell into a jail cell political prisoner. Several bills have passed others air pending and one was gutted by court review, but all represent new fronts and government efforts to impose censorship for free speech advocates. The luckiest break might have been the fate of a law passed by the French National Assembly in May. While existing requirements give companies 24 hours to take down content alleged by the government to glorify terrorist activity or constitute child pornography. The new law would have to would have that Would have changed that, too. One hour now. Isn't it interesting here that the's the two great evils the things you can never, ever ever play devil advocate for without someone becoming irate. Terrorism and child pornography. Well, it depends on which terrorism, So if you're talking about terrorism from the Middle East or from, you know ah, wherever other Ireland or whoever the terrorists come from these days, then that's bad Terrorism, bad in that case, But if people are praising the government military going around bombing people or the police rating people, which is terrorists is glorifying terrorist activity. Yes, but they don't see it like that. They just see that is talking about what the government's policies are. But that's part of the whole mythology of the state is that you know we don't call it. This is not a kidnapping. It's arresting a correct extortion. It's finding as euphemisms. It's not terrorism. It's a just war right, even though the definition of terrorism is essentially the use of violence to achieve a political Cause and that's that's literally what the state does eso going on here, while existing also again they the existing requirements are pretty outrageous, As is like you've got 24 hours, according to the French National Assembly to take down a offensive terror slash child porn post that somebody has identified on your website. Now they're talking about changing that toe. One hour. I agree. It's ridiculous, but that is not going to be the hill. I picked to die on no doubt. In addition, online publishers would have been allowed a day to remove so called hate speech. The same 24 hour obligation would have applied to content reported for violation of a law that criminalizes speech that promotes, glorifies or engages in justification of sexual violence, war crimes, crimes against humanity, enslavement or collaboration with the enemy. How can they say any of this while the state is out there, engaging in war crimes, crimes and humanity and enslavement and sexual violence? And the state is the ultimate perpetrator of all of these things, like, write from a margin of thousands to one. No rapist out there. No terrorist organization out there has ever been as effective and what it does as the state. Yeah, they've never come close. It also lets see here so enslavement collaboration with the enemy, a law that criminalizes sexual harassment and a law that bans pornography where it could be seen by minor, among others. Reports Jacob Schultz of Law Fair. I like the current system where you just say Yes, I am 18 and you, You can be 12 years old and curious, and I don't see that there's anything wrong with that. What? We're talking about the 24 hour obligation. Apparently, that applies to all of these contents that have been reported. Because all of these things apparently violate French law. Apparently, I guess. The French lost stupid. Then the surprise child pornography violates French law from all the crap that's been coming out from there. But law affairs guy's Schultz says quote the law did not carve out any exceptions. The 24 hour rule would have applied even in the case of technical difficulties or temporary surge in notifications. Unquote. In June, Francis Constitutional Court struck down the vast majority of the laws an unconstitutional threat to freedom of expression..

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"jacob schultz" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"jacob schultz" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Show there. So good chance it will continue and presumably the Sun will rise tomorrow and you know the volcano at yellowstone won't erupt and offbeat. So presumably, there will be Fort Fast Twenty twenty one again that's June, the twenty eighth three, July the fourth you can find out more about it at four Fest Dot Party. That's four fast stop party look forward to seeing you there because there's always a great time. This was your second year. Was it not been? So Yeah Yeah it was my second year. You must have a good time the I saw. I saw my father was more focused on selling stuff and running event a vending stands better time. Neue. was able to. Just, relax and screw around. Cool. I of ran ran a vendor stand this year but it was mostly just putting up a winding cups and a Qr Code it was it was self serve cited have to actually do anything. There was someone their most of the time who was cooking and selling food and all of that but the actual. Long I, mean, it wasn't. I wouldn't say most of the time like it was out where there was no one around the honor system and it worked out pretty well, I, thought it did it worked out great i. Didn't lose money from it. What did you call it the blood of Christ? Yes. One gold back was the price of we had another name for the white wine. But let's not talk about that. I don't think he's going to be able to get away with one goal back for the price next year if gold price keeps going up. That's true. We'll see I'll. I'll just put out bigger cups man. There you go. Lot of Christ for everyone or I guess it would be smaller cups yeah. Cops Yeah. Chalices Oh that's a great idea Sean the food and drink fender and have like a special reform Satanic Church Cup, that gives you unlimited refills. This is a great idea I love brainstorming. Yeah. So anyway, Germany has set a precedent for censorship. This coming to us from recent DOT COM. It is J.. D. TO SEAL is the author there at reason, Dot Com. Even as the world wrestles with a pandemic and overbearing public health measures. Some legislative bodies are taking the opportunity to tighten screws on speech. They don't like like the United States government throwing a Chris Cantwell into jail a political prisoner several bills have passed. Others are pending and was gutted by court review but all represent new front and government efforts to impose censorship for free speech advocates. The luckiest break might have been the fate of a law passed by the French national. Assembly in May while existing requirements give companies twenty four hours to take down content alleged by the government to glorify terrorist activity or constitute channel pornography, the new law would have to would have. Would have changed that to one hour now isn't it interesting here debt these the two great evils things. You can never ever ever play devil Africa four without someone becoming irate terrorism and child pornography. Well, it depends a which terrorism. So if you're talking about terrorism from the Middle East or from you know. Wherever other Ireland or wherever terrorists come from these days. Then that's bad terrorism bad in that case, but if people are praising the government military going around bombing people or the police rating people, which is terrorists glorifying terrorist activity. Yes. But they don't see it like that. They just see that as talking about what the government's policies are. But that's of the hermits all achieve the state is that know we don't call it this? It's not it's not kidnapping it's arresting Iraq extortion it's finding. It's not terrorism. It's a just war right? Even though the definition of terrorism is essentially the use of violence to achieve a political cause. And that's that's literally what does yeah. So going on here while existing again, they they. The existing requirements are pretty outrageous as is like you've got twenty four hours according to the French National Assembly to take down a offensive terror slash child porn posts that somebody has identified on your website. Now, they're talking about changing that to one hour I. Agree it's ridiculous but that is not going to be the hill I pick to die on no doubt in addition online. Publishers would have been allowed a day to remove so called hate speech, the same twenty four hour obligation would have applied to content reported for violation of law that criminalizes speech that promotes glorifies or engages in justification of sexual violence, war crimes, crimes against humanity enslavement or collaboration with the enemy would have how can they say any of this while the state is out there engaging in war crimes, crimes, humanity, and enslavement, and sexual violence. And allstate is the ultimate perpetrator of all of these things right from a margin of thousands to one no rapist out there no. Terrorist organization out there has ever been as effective and what it does as the state they've never come close It also, let's see here. So enslavement collaboration with the enemy, a law that criminalizes sexual harassment and a law that bans pornography where it could be seen by minor among others, reports, Jacob Schultz of law fair I like the current system where you just say, yes, I am eighteen and you you can be twelve years old and curious and I don't see that there's anything wrong with that. We're talking about the twenty four hour obligation apparently that applies to all of these contents that have been reported in because these things apparently violate French law apparently I guess. French stupid then. The surprise child pornography violates French law over crap that's been coming out from there. But Law Fares guys Schultz says the law did not carve out any exceptions the twenty four hour rule would have applied even in the case of technical difficulties or temporary surge in notifications. UNQUOTE IN JUNE Francis Constitutional Court struck down the vast majority of the laws and unconstitutional threat to freedom of expression. That's really the only good news to report so far Francis blocked hate speech law was inspired by Germany's notorious nets digi law, which makes online platforms liable for illegal content. So that's bad. That is the opposite of what they have here in the United States. Know I think that's fair. If facebook wants to claim ownership of any content I, post to them than they should be LE- legally responsible for that content they're taking ownership of if they wanna say is there's then it's freaking there's and it's their problem to deal. That's an interesting argument. I don't want to be there I would use mastodon or every. It's an interesting argument but I don't support it. Ultimately, because it's crazy to have the perspective that a company that has the massive of server space and content that these companies do to add to have them you know take responsibility legally for that stuff anyway. Ownership contests you what you're saying. I think the point of this also is to centralize via Internet because like small small websites are independent websites like mean vk is was based in. Russia. So that can't afford to have like a bought or some sort of advance ai or to hire bunch of moderators. So moderate their content, we're going to have to virgo out of business or shutdown all the big. Major social media companies, Internet, companies that are more likely to kowtow to the government very going to be only ones who are allowed on and they're ver- going to Only allow you know the right kind of opinion via kind of opinion of the government allows I have I have thought further on this now Aria and have you actually read the terms of service for facebook? No, but I'm. Positive it, they own my content. Okay. I think you're right about that. But I suspect that it is likely a non exclusive license meaning that you can still post that same content to other places but facebook retains the right to use it. Let's say they WANNA put your photo in an advertisement for facebook. They can do that you gave it to them, but it's not exclusive meaning that they can't prevent you from using the same photo on another venue or running your own advertisements for that. So is that the.

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"jacob schultz" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"jacob schultz" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Harms including or concrete harms that include privacy invasions and that exclude satire and parody. And that do deceive the reasonable an average person Those are what we bear types of speech that we've think don't even fall within the boundaries. Right they're not protected by the First Amendment and free speech values because they essentially are tantamount to defamation defamation impersonation because we have we have In law allows us to prescribe all sorts of lies that caused ause cognisable harm and that includes perjury impersonation of government officials and other damaging falsehoods and deep fakes. That caused these kinds of tangible harms constitutes speech that we don't think is either covered by the first amendment or it doesn't receive the kind of important protection and where we agree there should be Limits is when when deep fakes involve satire and parody that would be in poor and concern public figures and officials that we would say this is important Horton for public discourse. This is not the sort of thing that should be banned. That law provides a lot of give within the First Amendment to Bandy fakes. And also let's just talk about free speech values right For the person who's being impersonated rate it they have their speech is being co opted and often the net effect is also also silencing to them so you're not only stealing someone's words and images right. You're you're expressing in a nonconsensual way and pretending ending to be saying something that they never did or said And so it has zero evidentiary value at its undermines the notion of self governance because the deep fake we can't assess the credibility of what the person is saying because they didn't say it right so as we think of notions of self governance of why we think why we care so much about free speech because it lets us figure out the kind of world we wanna live in right. It helps us make informed decisions about our democracy and more more broadly about our our culture deep fakes under map project right. We can't figure out in a credible way there isn't ferocity behind. Who's speaking and talking right? And certainly if we think about the marketplace of ideas metaphor which doesn't mean it's always about the pursuit of truth but the notion that we could interrogate truths will deep fakes. are positively false rate. They undermine a marketplace of ideas and distorted with falsehoods so even with our our strong commitment in the United States and To free speech under the First Amendment as well as our own free speech values. I think this is speech that is harmful full to the marketplace of ideas. It's harmful to our system of free expression and that's why I think we feel comfortable bobby and is we talked about our legal solutions about proposing laws on the books that exist now and the potential for laws that could ban harmful impersonations of of individuals individuals that we think we can and should ban them. Let me just put stop all of that. I don't do this in any way. Having to be ineffective free speech in in I'd be upset about that if it if it were I think the idea is to insofar as we're talking about any interventions that would tend to punish or deter speech speech we're talking about punishing they're deterring speech already unlawful. That's already perhaps It's a civil liability issue criminal liability issue and it's presenting in the particularly dangerous technological format which gives rise to all sorts of complexities in the interesting question is in what is it. You want to try to remove the marketplace of ideas because it's so fraudulent which is basically talking about That shouldn't be controversial. It's just a question. How do you come up with levers it actually do this effectively without out being over deterrent in this very complex intersection of technology and business in communications? So let's close by talking a little bit more about those potential legal solutions. The two of you both addressed this in in some depth in your original paper What do you have in mind in terms of levers that the legal system can provide to address the problem? We do have civil towards so we have you know defamation and other kinds of intestinal flora emotional distress. We have tort claims. We've got potentially some state criminal laws against impersonation the problem album though with either using sort of the civil law system and So lawsuits as well as prosecutions is that we have a bunch of barriers are going to make them difficult which is finding the perpetrator right. Identifying the person having the resources to bring lawsuits if you can find them having them be in our jurisdiction jurisdiction so that we can bring them into our courts and so they're so many barriers. I feel like Oh you know bobby as we talked about it. The the number of barriers to adjudication adjudication that is a civil arena as well as prosecution seemed almost insurmountable. We laid them out in an endeavour to be clear and comprehensive but we also contemplated the notion of the cheapest cost of order as the platform and so and right now especially at the content layer sort of social media companies. That will be of course. Involved in the viral spread of deep fakes that are harmful and not satire and parody their immune from from liability They enjoy legal shield under the communications decency. Act That's very broadly interpreted and so we sort of as we think of if it's now that there aren't legal claims under tort law under you know potential for criminal prosecutions but we also wanted to think hard about those gatekeepers I because they are so important to the spread of deep picks and so we consider the possibility of changes to section two thirty. That are in line with. I'm something that Ben and I witness I of argued Sort of approach that would condition the immunity reasonable content moderation practices in the face of illegality that causes causes clear harm as we keep the immunity but condition and we also added and I thought was really helpful and thinking through with bobby additional requirements the conditioning section to thirty immunity as well sort of pairing it with an anti slapp a federal anti slapp provisions. So that we wouldn't have sort of strike abusive lawsuits and Also considering a possible sunset provision. So I'm GonNa let Bobby takeover here but we we sort of thought through not only the potential for going after the individuals else but the platforms. I don't have anything to add to that Other than there is an element when you look at any one slice of the solution sets. We examined an element of despair. Hands up in the air That that didn't seem very satisfied. That didn't silver boat. Let's move onto the next one. All right what. What looking business offers is there? A business model solution to provide security from deep bakes as a solution and and bear. That leads down a path. It's invasive of of privacy but we may well go down that path at some point if that's what the market starts to demand what about education while we talked about that already in the liars dividend is the cost in. When you get to the end you want as paper author you want to either be able to identify something that looks like a silver bullet perhaps or at least a slew solutions that though individually inadequate they're all bricks but maybe they make a decent wall when all combined together we come to the end and we say like some of these will help a little bit some of this? We're going to have to get used to in this is the world woman into and there isn't always some Hollywood ending to these types of problems on that terribly. cheery note Let's leave it there. Thank you guys so much for joining us. Thanks for having US thank you so much guys. You've been listening to the ninth episode of Arbiters of truth. The law for PODCASTS. Miniseries on disinformation. You you can find past episodes in the locker. PODCAST feed and we'll be back with another episode next Thursday. The Lover Podcast is produced in cooperation with the Brookings Institution. Thanks this week to Bobby Chesney Daniels. CETERA are music is performed by SOFI again. Our audio engineers were Michaela Fogel and and Jacob Schultz and our producer Gen patch. Hal Please ridden review the law fair podcast and as always thanks for listening.

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"jacob schultz" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"jacob schultz" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Is there? A business model solution to provide security from deep bakes as a solution and and bear. That leads down a path. It's invasive of of privacy but we may well go down that path at some point if that's what the market starts to demand what about education while we talked about that already in the liars dividend is the cost in. When you get to the end you want as paper author you want to either be able to identify something that looks like a silver bullet perhaps or at least a slew solutions that though individually inadequate they're all bricks but maybe they make a decent wall when all combined together we come to the end and we say like some of these will help a little bit some of this? We're going to have to get used to in this is the world woman into and there isn't always some Hollywood ending to these types of problems on that terribly. cheery note Let's leave it there. Thank you guys so much for joining us. Thanks for having US thank you so much guys. You've been listening to the ninth episode of Arbiters of truth. The law for PODCASTS. Miniseries on disinformation. You you can find past episodes in the locker. PODCAST feed and we'll be back with another episode next Thursday. The Lover Podcast is produced in cooperation with the Brookings Institution. Thanks this week to Bobby Chesney Daniels. CETERA are music is performed by SOFI again. Our audio engineers were Michaela Fogel and and Jacob Schultz and our producer Gen patch. Hal Please ridden review the law fair podcast and as always thanks for listening.

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Does Our Solar System Contain a Primordial Black Hole?

BrainStuff

06:35 min | 2 years ago

Does Our Solar System Contain a Primordial Black Hole?

"There's something big lurking in the frozen hinterlands of our solar system that appears to be tugging at the a tiny worlds beyond the orbit of Neptune the object is assumed to be a hypothetical world called planet nine which has extremely far-flung orbit around the Sun and causes all kinds of gravitational chaos out there in the dark but as the search for planet nine wears on and astronomers have yet to so much get a glimpse of it some researchers are pondering the object could be might not be planted at all could it be a primordial black hole the solar system is a big place and while astronomical techniques are rapidly advancing many tiny bodies in the outer solar system have yet to be found planet nine thought to be a rather more substantial object however with massive around five to ten earth masses scooting around the sun at an average distance of four hundred to eight hundred astronomical units or a US since one a you is that average distance at which earth orbits the Sun that's ten to twenty times the orbital distance at which Pluto orbits the Sun So if exists planet nine takes between ten thousand in twenty thousand years to complete just one orbit the possibility of a large world orbiting the Senate such a huge distance is captivating studies of other stars system's reveal that exoplanets between the masses of Earthen Neptune are relatively common why our solar system doesn't contain a world with this mass range is a puzzle but a planet nine really is out there it would be profound historic discovery that would reshape our understanding of the system of planets that orbit our sun suffice to say any planet with an orbit this extreme would be very difficult to spot but astronomers are scouring infrared surveys with hopes of seeing distant object slowly crawl across the sky if it's out there planet nine should be emitting infrared radiation energy leaking from the planet since its formation but so far apart from the gravitational effect of something in the outer solar system there's precious little direct evidence for Planet Nines Existence Enter the Black Hole hypothesis in September nineteen astronomers Jacob Schultz Durham University and James Unwin of the University of Illinois at Chicago published a new study describing their alternative hypothesis the gravity personal weirdness in the outermost reaches of the solar system isn't being caused by planet at all instead they pointed to the potential presence of a primordial black hole a theory it's caused a bit of a stir no this kind of black hole does not pose danger to the rest of the solar system it'd be too small for that but in the distant regions solar system it's impact would be significant the only evidence we have for Planet Nines Existence are the gravitational effects it's having on Trans Neptune objects and Black goals are the most gravitationally endowed objects in the universe after all primordial black holes are the most ancient kind of black hole there hypothesized to a formed right after the Big Bang density fluctuations in the early universe what have rapidly formed black holes of all masses these ancient objects would have been flung throughout the cosmos and over time they would have slowly evaporated via hawking radiation smaller ones popping out of existence I but let's back up a step why does scientists think that some extreme object is out there in two thousand sixteen planet Hunters Constantine but Teagan and Mike Brown of Caltech announced their discovery of a group a very distant Trans Neptune objects the were all strangely clustered moving was similar orbital alignments their orbital alignment was also weirdly tilted so it appeared they were all being corralled by gravitational interactions with a larger planetary body but no other large planetary body exists in that region so Teigen and Brown hypothesized an as yet to be discovered planet was out there and so the hunt began while many theories of cosmic evolution suggest that primordial black holes should exist we have yet to directly observe one though there is some compelling indirect evidence take for example microloans what's the transient brightening of stars caused by massive object passing in front of them causing a brief brightening by the curvature of space time creating sort of magnifying lens analysis of these micro lens events suggests that there's a population of small black holes out there with no other visible clues except for their gravitational impact on space time mm-hmm Shilton unwin took a fresh look at the Trans Neptune object peculiarities and simulated. What would happen if a black hole with a mass of between five and ten earth masses had an extreme orbit around the sun sure enough their models suggest that primordial black hole with a mass within this range would cause orbital turbulences like the ones already observed in the population of Trans Neptune objects this could also explain why little optical or infrared observational evidence for planet nine exists a primordial black Cole would generate neither signal in fact if a black hole is nearby and may also be dragging around a cloud of dark matter that could be generating different types of radiation searchers therefore suggest based on their findings the experimental program needs to be expended including searches for high energy cosmic rays like x rays and gamma rays coming from moving sources while this is an interesting avenue of steady replacing hypothetical planet with a hypothetical type of black hole may be overcomplicating the mystery the planet nine we spoke with Mike Brown he said could blackhall explain the gravitational effects we are seeing in the outer solar system absolutely all we know is there is a six earth mass something out there and we don't know what the something is Brown points out that planet would be the most obvious something but as long as it has a mass of a few earth's could be anything but the plausibility of it being anything other than a planet is extremely low to say the least with tongue in Cheek Brown added it might be a six earth mass hamburger or a Burrito but yes it might also be a six earth mass black hole the physics of course don't care one bit what the six earth mass are made of you could equally well hypothesize that every exit planet that we only detected by the radial velocity method is a black hole is it possible yes does it make any sense in the unit I know while investigating other gravitational sources of what may be messing with Trans Neptune objects is good science. It's more likely the planet when is a planet and not a primordial black hole astronomers just have to keep searching and there's a growing consensus that will be discovered in the not so distant future

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"jacob schultz" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

11:58 min | 3 years ago

"jacob schultz" Discussed on No Agenda

"Course, but tons of shows are on their live and in replay mode, no agenda, stream dot com. You can also pop into the chat room and troll away with everybody, which is is a fun thing to do. Also in the morning to a comics strip blogger. Comics regard. See as b. Oh, you're right. It's ESPN. We have no idea who is comic strip blogger. Be. Well, see as be did the artwork for episode. Eleven forty three. The title of that was Nance in the hood. And this was a very interesting conceptual piece of art. It was a Russian doll. One of those, what do you call them the doll inside the Lucian babushka nesting doll, and it's a partially open an in their nesting inside. The Brusca doll is our man, Robert Muller right in the middle. Those dolls I when I was Russia ones, I bought a bunch of them, and including the big commercial ones that are just really solid kid's toy stores. Big giant things. And they're cheap. The more elaborate ones are the better ones than they cost a lot of money. But there's always a gag in there like you go through the doll do expensive ones as used tends to be a gag. They're all hand painted, beautiful new open open open ended in various, very, very inside like a series of let's say premieres of Russia is a little Lennon, or, or a little bit marks or a Hot Wheels a little bitty south, but anyway, whatever it is. They're very funny and kids like him, and they're trying to kids, I bought those when, when my kids were kids and they'd love playing with them. It's metro ska doll metro. Which is nesting, grandma doll. Number Brusca is grandma, no well betrothed together. It means matronly. It has its roots pretty much the same. You never cease to amaze me. You understand black culture from. Somehow from names, you understand Russian. You just you continuously. Amaze me, soap so to work with you. But there are nesting dolls in they're pretty cool. No agenda. Arjun. But if you have kids, they're terrific toys, for some reason, kids like putting plan, you are laying him around back together. I'm taking them apart do the Russian mentality and just I don't know. I think I remember my, my parents had with Rochka doll. And I remember doing the same thing as a kid who take him out put him in take them out put him in. I'd be careful with that. But it's nice to know you buy Russian toys for your kids, kind of makes hey, you know, they get maybe they become rocket scientists. I don't know. This is our valuable coder actually learning how to code I think is better given a kid, one of these nesting dolls because you end up with the kid that get understands nested, oh, just higher keys for. Yeah. If then sure loops. That's a stretch. But I like it. This is our value for value model. We decided early on. It would not be a good idea to entrust our, our work to third party companies. It stays within our production family, including how we distribute everything, and it's value for value. So you determine how much value you got from the show by translating that into monetary units, or other forms, such as art work, or jingles, or end of show clips stories information, and we'd like to thank our executive producers and associate -secutive producers upfront. And here you have a couple of them for today. Okay. We do have. To executives and a slew three I guess the associates, there's detective at the top is, sir. Hoop in soccer hope in soccer, and soccer. And he says, I t m gents I was looking toward making a large donation to the show in my accountant, inform me I was getting four thousand dollars back from the fed once she finalized, my taxes, the forms arrived, and on review. Inform me I all to own dollars. No accounts do this. I hate that after some triple checking refined an era ended up with a whopping three hundred fifty dollars back. So here you go. Get busy spending this. While I got get busy. Finding a new accountant. Yes. Well, thank you serve who can soccer. Actually, he reminded me of something. And we've done this on the show before, and I and Tina, and I were chatting about something, and I said, you know, there's all kinds of money, laying around that you that the government holds on that states. Hold on to you for, and then you can get that back. He's like, what are you talking about? We did this on the show once. And so you go to USA dot gov. I forget the exact you know, slash whatever it is. It's found found money, online, and you take you to states, and the enter your, of course, your information social security number, then we had done this on the show several years ago, and I remember getting money then and there were three states that had money for me like two hundred and fifty bucks. Yeah, it's fantastic. You got to feel like. Stay why the reason for this. We should explain is the a lot of, like, for example, if you open a Bank account or trading account with some some firm and you, you, you go inactive you just stop using it. It's the money's still sitting there for hundred bucks these guys unlike in the olden days where they just keep it they, they required after like two or three years of stagnant account. There's no activity to send it to the state. It can also be banking accounts to get closed, or some old stock can can also be old insurance account, you may have it can be utilities Bill that you overpaid. Tons of stuff. Kill one hundred and fifty dollars. We we're bouncing around like break out the move. Yes, I have ended, not necessarily in just your state, for example, I had some money owed me by 'cause I, I checked New Jersey, New York, California, and Texas and I had money in each one of them. Yeah. Yeah. That I hadn't we didn't get the last time we did this will you go do it again. You haven't done it for a while. That's what I just said. Then go do it again. You haven't done it for a while. We just did it. Did you not hear me say we found two hundred fifty dollars? Yeah. But I thought that was from the euro that disgust. No, this is from yesterday. When are stirred a as oh my God. You should donate it to the show. Okay. And this is a good idea for everybody. Go find your found money. It's out there. You be surprised Tina found money too. What does she find? I think it was sixty five dollars from Illinois lot. And we'll take it he got to fill out forms and stuff. But they kind of preprinted them for you and your print to be. So got a mail it in, but it works. And so the USA dot gov, you can find it there. Anyway, onward. You also use your look your states made. Yeah. Okay. There's way you just look around where they have the jumping off links to all the states. That's how they do it. Yeah. Jacobs Schultz in Toronto, Ontario three and thirty three dollars point zero zero. Send a note in Email. Good. Thanks for all the great work, you and Adam are doing if I could read the following, if you could read the following note on the show that would be greatly appreciated. Make sure I'm anonymous now since it. But that's the kind of I'm already sitting at points. We get a lot more guys. Enter few start a big or my favorite one is they do a long note. And by the way, keep me non of us the very end. Data my cousin and I are traveling for Toronto to Austin for the fourth of July festivities. And read recommendations on places to check out. We like guns and meet. Some jobs pharma to our, to bitcoin mining technicians that we recently laid off also, please call out my friend, ruse bay as a massive douche bag. NBN the mouth, but never donates love you both. Well, for the bitcoin guys, but some advice from Mr. curry well, I will find the exa- since you like guns in meat, and I don't know if they'll be open on July fourth unlikely. But depending on how many days you were here, there is. In fact, John, you saw there's an Orix farm, not far from here in the Fredericksburg area where I believe you can go and you can shoot your own oryx and go shoot. One shoot one. And then, you know, they'll even do all the dressing for you, so you can take home your your meat so guns and meat and some killing involved. Welcome to Texas. Yeah, and I will say this, yes, we're driving around. We're I'm driving around Austin area, the Austin area, and I'm I going, I think, in we heading, I'm heading east. So I'm going to the wine country in the hill country. It's called the hill country. A bunch of wine is very strange. A bunch of wineries scream liners has not a few. We're talking about this. There's this maybe ten that I know of I think there's if there's not forty I'd be shocked. Did you go to grape creek? Did you see those and get that far out I 'cause they're deaf? You're while you stop at these places to choose time. I gotta get back to your job to get back to your party, and then you are hammered, of course. The and so, but there's not only whiners, but there's a sliver of distilleries, and they're, you know, vodka companies out out in that area. And then we'll, I'm driving out John coming back. And I noticed I what the hell 'cause there's a lot that guesses breeding Caesar's them because there's a lot of lambs you drive under a whole pasture for the little lambs are very cute little bitty guys. And there's a bunch of little bitty. Orix basti. But, you know, the, the horns straight up in the air, and they're kind of Brown learned a little little little deer. Fawn really, really longhorns. And I'm dry. Yeah, they're vendor. Guess when they're Dulce that things are like a mile high these horns, and they're straight. And I'm driving by holy crap as that's the Orix is I've heard so much about it. I driven a further on the other side of there rose, another Orix farm. Yes. Well, I'm glad this is very I think this is a great thing that the Texans are doing because this animal is extinct was gonna say there's, there's more than extinct animals. Breed them and kill them and eat them. This is great. I could not agree with you more. This is this, there's more orcs in Texas than there aren't Africa's whereas, I know there's none in Africa. There you go. So we beat them go, Texas. But yeah, it's. But eating them is, is quite a pleasure. They are truly it. That is a clean beautiful meat. Emma bloomer two hundred four dollars and forty four cents becomes are associated executive producer for showed eleven forty four. Donating to afford dot forty four my smoking.

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"jacob schultz" Discussed on No Agenda

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"jacob schultz" Discussed on No Agenda

"Course, but tons of shows are on their live and in replay mode, no agenda, stream dot com. You can also pop into the chat room and troll away with everybody, which is is a fun thing to do. Also in the morning to a comics strip blogger. Comics regard. See as b. Oh, you're right. It's ESPN. We have no idea who is comic strip blogger. Be. Well, see as be did the artwork for episode. Eleven forty three. The title of that was Nance in the hood. And this was a very interesting conceptual piece of art. It was a Russian doll. One of those, what do you call them the doll inside the Lucian babushka nesting doll, and it's a partially open an in their nesting inside. The Brusca doll is our man, Robert Muller right in the middle. Those dolls I when I was Russia ones, I bought a bunch of them, and including the big commercial ones that are just really solid kid's toy stores. Big giant things. And they're cheap. The more elaborate ones are the better ones than they cost a lot of money. But there's always a gag in there like you go through the doll do expensive ones as used tends to be a gag. They're all hand painted, beautiful new open open open ended in various, very, very inside like a series of let's say premieres of Russia is a little Lennon, or, or a little bit marks or a Hot Wheels a little bitty south, but anyway, whatever it is. They're very funny and kids like him, and they're trying to kids, I bought those when, when my kids were kids and they'd love playing with them. It's metro ska doll metro. Which is nesting, grandma doll. Number Brusca is grandma, no well betrothed together. It means matronly. It has its roots pretty much the same. You never cease to amaze me. You understand black culture from. Somehow from names, you understand Russian. You just you continuously. Amaze me, soap so to work with you. But there are nesting dolls in they're pretty cool. No agenda. Arjun. But if you have kids, they're terrific toys, for some reason, kids like putting plan, you are laying him around back together. I'm taking them apart do the Russian mentality and just I don't know. I think I remember my, my parents had with Rochka doll. And I remember doing the same thing as a kid who take him out put him in take them out put him in. I'd be careful with that. But it's nice to know you buy Russian toys for your kids, kind of makes hey, you know, they get maybe they become rocket scientists. I don't know. This is our valuable coder actually learning how to code I think is better given a kid, one of these nesting dolls because you end up with the kid that get understands nested, oh, just higher keys for. Yeah. If then sure loops. That's a stretch. But I like it. This is our value for value model. We decided early on. It would not be a good idea to entrust our, our work to third party companies. It stays within our production family, including how we distribute everything, and it's value for value. So you determine how much value you got from the show by translating that into monetary units, or other forms, such as art work, or jingles, or end of show clips stories information, and we'd like to thank our executive producers and associate -secutive producers upfront. And here you have a couple of them for today. Okay. We do have. To executives and a slew three I guess the associates, there's detective at the top is, sir. Hoop in soccer hope in soccer, and soccer. And he says, I t m gents I was looking toward making a large donation to the show in my accountant, inform me I was getting four thousand dollars back from the fed once she finalized, my taxes, the forms arrived, and on review. Inform me I all to own dollars. No accounts do this. I hate that after some triple checking refined an era ended up with a whopping three hundred fifty dollars back. So here you go. Get busy spending this. While I got get busy. Finding a new accountant. Yes. Well, thank you serve who can soccer. Actually, he reminded me of something. And we've done this on the show before, and I and Tina, and I were chatting about something, and I said, you know, there's all kinds of money, laying around that you that the government holds on that states. Hold on to you for, and then you can get that back. He's like, what are you talking about? We did this on the show once. And so you go to USA dot gov. I forget the exact you know, slash whatever it is. It's found found money, online, and you take you to states, and the enter your, of course, your information social security number, then we had done this on the show several years ago, and I remember getting money then and there were three states that had money for me like two hundred and fifty bucks. Yeah, it's fantastic. You got to feel like. Stay why the reason for this. We should explain is the a lot of, like, for example, if you open a Bank account or trading account with some some firm and you, you, you go inactive you just stop using it. It's the money's still sitting there for hundred bucks these guys unlike in the olden days where they just keep it they, they required after like two or three years of stagnant account. There's no activity to send it to the state. It can also be banking accounts to get closed, or some old stock can can also be old insurance account, you may have it can be utilities Bill that you overpaid. Tons of stuff. Kill one hundred and fifty dollars. We we're bouncing around like break out the move. Yes, I have ended, not necessarily in just your state, for example, I had some money owed me by 'cause I, I checked New Jersey, New York, California, and Texas and I had money in each one of them. Yeah. Yeah. That I hadn't we didn't get the last time we did this will you go do it again. You haven't done it for a while. That's what I just said. Then go do it again. You haven't done it for a while. We just did it. Did you not hear me say we found two hundred fifty dollars? Yeah. But I thought that was from the euro that disgust. No, this is from yesterday. When are stirred a as oh my God. You should donate it to the show. Okay. And this is a good idea for everybody. Go find your found money. It's out there. You be surprised Tina found money too. What does she find? I think it was sixty five dollars from Illinois lot. And we'll take it he got to fill out forms and stuff. But they kind of preprinted them for you and your print to be. So got a mail it in, but it works. And so the USA dot gov, you can find it there. Anyway, onward. You also use your look your states made. Yeah. Okay. There's way you just look around where they have the jumping off links to all the states. That's how they do it. Yeah. Jacobs Schultz in Toronto, Ontario three and thirty three dollars point zero zero. Send a note in Email. Good. Thanks for all the great work, you and Adam are doing if I could read the following, if you could read the following note on the show that would be greatly appreciated. Make sure I'm anonymous now since it. But that's the kind of I'm already sitting at points. We get a lot more guys. Enter few start a big or my favorite one is they do a long note. And by the way, keep me non of us the very end. Data my cousin and I are traveling for Toronto to Austin for the fourth of July festivities. And read recommendations on places to check out. We like guns and meet. Some jobs pharma to our, to bitcoin mining technicians that we recently laid off also, please call out my friend, ruse bay as a massive douche bag. NBN the mouth, but never donates love you both. Well, for the bitcoin guys, but some advice from Mr. curry well, I will find the exa- since you like guns in meat, and I don't know if they'll be open on July fourth unlikely. But depending on how many days you were here, there is. In fact, John, you saw there's an Orix farm, not far from here in the Fredericksburg area where I believe you can go and you can shoot your own oryx and go shoot. One shoot one. And then, you know, they'll even do all the dressing for you, so you can take home your your meat so guns and meat and some killing involved. Welcome to Texas. Yeah, and I will say this, yes, we're driving around. We're I'm driving around Austin area, the Austin area, and I'm I going, I think, in we heading, I'm heading east. So I'm going to the wine country in the hill country. It's called the hill country. A bunch of wine is very strange. A bunch of wineries scream liners has not a few. We're talking about this. There's this maybe ten that I know of I think there's if there's not forty I'd be shocked. Did you go to grape creek? Did you see those and get that far out I 'cause they're deaf? You're while you stop at these places to choose time. I gotta get back to your job to get back to your party, and then you are hammered, of course. The and so, but there's not only whiners, but there's a sliver of distilleries, and they're, you know, vodka companies out out in that area. And then we'll, I'm driving out John coming back. And I noticed I what the hell 'cause there's a lot that guesses breeding Caesar's them because there's a lot of lambs you drive under a whole pasture for the little lambs are very cute little bitty guys. And there's a bunch of little bitty. Orix basti. But, you know, the, the horns straight up in the air, and they're kind of Brown learned a little little little deer. Fawn really, really longhorns. And I'm dry. Yeah, they're vendor. Guess when they're Dulce that things are like a mile high these horns, and they're straight. And I'm driving by holy crap as that's the Orix is I've heard so much about it. I driven a further on the other side of there rose, another Orix farm. Yes. Well, I'm glad this is very I think this is a great thing that the Texans are doing because this animal is extinct was gonna say there's, there's more than extinct animals. Breed them and kill them and eat them. This is great. I could not agree with you more. This is this, there's more orcs in Texas than there aren't Africa's whereas, I know there's none in Africa. There you go. So we beat them go, Texas. But yeah, it's. But eating them is, is quite a pleasure. They are truly it. That is a clean beautiful meat. Emma bloomer two hundred four dollars and forty four cents becomes are associated executive producer for showed eleven forty four. Donating to afford dot forty four my smoking.

Texas Orix soccer Russia USA Tina Austin Toronto Robert Muller John Africa accountant ESPN Nance Brusca fed Orix basti Rochka Illinois