15 Episode results for "Jason Hoke"

30 Day Gratitude Challenge - 16/30 The Challenges You Overcame

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

13:06 min | 2 years ago

30 Day Gratitude Challenge - 16/30 The Challenges You Overcame

"Hey there podcast fans. Are you looking for a new true crime. podcast checkout gangster house the new podcast from Imperative Entertainment Gangster House has has everything hospital hitman at bi informants. Are Prison Escape van explosion and so much more. I'm Jason Hoke creator of Gangster House and producer podcast megahits Atlanta Monster Broken hearts and monster. The Zodiac killer. Listen to gangster house right now on your favorite podcast player. It's cutting into your exercise time. It stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between you and a life if you want to live CD medic target your pain at its source. It's fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil. Get back to your life with CBD medic available online and at CVS. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease. Good morning gratitude. Seeker welcome to day. Sixteen of the thirty days of Thanksgiving daily experience today they. I would like to begin with something that made my day. I received an amazing review. All the way from South Africa receiving giving such reviews makes me so happy. And I'm just amazed of what we can do with this technology and where we can reach. People is just amazing and since I'm an introvert I'm not the kind to speak a largest to hear himself. I love love conversations and being ambassador as well I love hearing from you. So that's why I'm always really really happy and grateful when when I receive a review from you because I feel that we're having a conversation much more than just me speaking to you or with Hugh and it's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between you and a life you want to live CD medic targets. Your pain added source. It's fast acting relief with active ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil. Get back to your life. CD MEDIC available online at CBS. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent prevent any disease and you might be responding in your own head. But it's always great for me to receive feedback from you and to you know what you're thinking what you like what. You don't like what I can improve. That's very important for me and now let me share with you. This this amazing review. The title goes like this life-changing. Thank you and Descend listen delicious. goes onto say. This podcast has changed my daily life. I see reasons to be grateful everywhere. Her my life is abundant. And I'm much more pleasant to be around. This is just amazing. And thank you so much much Lasantha leashes for sending this review. I really really appreciate it and it means a lot to me and I'm really happy that it has changed. Did your your daily life. This is exactly why I'm doing this and exactly what I'm hoping to be able to do for as many people as possible possible once again. Thank you so much but now let's get back to our episode today and it's about the difficulties. The periods in our life in which life was much worse than it is now. We've all been through different kinds of challenges. We've all been through periods in our lives when maybe our future sure didn't look so bright or maybe we had some health issues and in those moments we might have felt that the world is going to end. Our world is going to win one way or another and It didn't somehow we were able to overcome those challenges. We were able to get back on our feet and Maybe even stronger and better than we were before those experiences there are periods in our life when bad things happen when we have challenges when there are things that have a really profound impact on us or certain negative negative things keep stacking up one on top of the other this little bad thing and that little bad thing and they end up being quite a lot to oh handle you may be going through this Right now what. They think that these experiences are teaching us. Is that even. Though in these moments we only see the bad and we only see the negative things around us us. There is hope. We've been through similar experiences in the past and somehow it it all worked out so keep having hope keep trusting that things will work out out and right now. Let's give thanks for those moments in. which things did work out? So so what was the last big challenge that you had that you thought it was insurmountable that it was very hard to Hannelore the Laura that left you with little hope for the future and you actually found a way to overcome it and to get it may be even stronger and even better. What is that experience? It may may be a break-up it may be losing someone dear to your heart. It may be losing a job or other experiences that you had. Somehow you found a way to overcome that difficult situation and maybe even to find find ways tweet to thrive to to become even happier and even stronger as a person in those moments helping you would. This might have been your friends your family or just your faith eighth. Your belief that God has a plan for you that you're not alone and and that one way or another things are going to work out. You've thanks for everyone that help help you. In those situations be thankful for yourself for being able to overcome those difficult situations situations and being able to move on being being able to become stronger than the situation. I'm sure that you can find at least one such situation. It might not be very easy easy because after we go through a difficult situation and we overcome it we get used to the new level to do things being okay or things being good and we forget that we actually had it much worse. I and we sometimes forget to give thanks to be grateful for the fact that things are going great and I want us to use this this time to acknowledge this. It may have been that you had difficulties regarding your finance finance or your marriage or healthy shoes of your own of your close family. Maybe your parents or your children. Let's give thanks today for having the strength to deal with these kinds of situations for receiving the help that we needed rather that's from friends family strangers Doctors professionals of different sorts. And let's give thanks for the lessons that we learn from those difficult it experiences. Let's acknowledge the things that we've learned how those experiences made. This realized new things how those experiences made a stronger made this better people one way or another. Let's see the gift in those challenges. And let them empower us for instance. Just yesterday I had interview with Swamy he's American but He studied with the Guru in India and he discovered spirituality retrial. After unfortunate event both of his parents died in a car accident at age eighteen gene. So when he was eighteen he lost both of his parents and that led him to seek. Answers is to get involved into spirituality into your visa and that led to him inspiring being thousands and thousands of people during his career. It's sometimes the difficult situations that inspire us to do. Something being meaniful meaningful with our life and inspire other people to do the same so let's appreciate our difficult experiences is. Let's appreciate the fact that we overcame them that we have lots of difficult situations that we've been through and that that we've managed to overcome and that those situations led to who we are today and to all of our our beauty as human beings and to all of our powering strength to carry on into lead better lives inch day. Thank you so much for listening to this episode. Thank you send delicious for your review once again and thank you so much for spreading the word about my work about the gratitude podcast and for sharing this episode and and other episodes of the podcast I really really really appreciate it. Thank you so much for doing this. have an amazing day. And don't forget to keep seeking gratitude. Let's say you just bought a house. Bad News is you're one step closer are to becoming your parents. You'll probably mow the lawn and see if anybody noticed you mow the lawn. Tell people to stay off the lawn. Compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complain about the having to mow the lawn again. Good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance which of course we'll go right into the lawn. Tom Progressive Casualty Insurance Company affiliates and other insurers discount not available in all stages situations. It's cutting into your exercise time. It stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between you in the life you want to live CD medic targets your pain at its source. It's fast fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp. 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30 Day Gratitude Challenge - 11/30 Unexpected Good

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

06:49 min | 2 years ago

30 Day Gratitude Challenge - 11/30 Unexpected Good

"Hey there podcast fans. Are you looking for a new true crime. podcast checkout gangster house the new podcast from Imperative Entertainment Gangster House has has everything hospital hitman at bi informants. Are Prison Escape van explosion and so much more. I'm Jason Hoke creator of Gangster House and producer podcast megahits Atlanta Monster Broken hearts and monster. The Zodiac killer. Listen to gangster house right now on your favorite podcast player man. How can you afford gas but big? Suv I pay less for gas and everyone else got the free get upside gas at two twenty five cents a gallon cash back every excited by gas. Hold on hold you up to twenty five cents off a gallon with the free gifts. I guess APP while I'm paying full price you know. People aren't over a million dollars last year. If you just got to take a picture of your receipt and Bam up to twenty five cents a gallon cash back. You don't have to tell me twice. I'm downloading the free. GET UPSIDE GAS APP now download. Oh the free get upside up now in the APP store or Google play to save up to twenty five cents a gallon when you buy gas use Promo Code Auto for a twenty Cent Gallon Bonus on on your first tank. That's up to forty five cents a gallon on your next tank. Just download the free get upside APP at the APP store or Google play and use Promo Code Auto Save money on gas on every fill up. Just download the free get upside APP and use Promo Code Auto. That's a U. T. O.. VISIT GET UPSIDE DOT com for terms hybridity seeker. Welcome today Levin of the Thirty Day thanksgiving daily experience. Did you ever experience something. Hang on expected something unexpected. That's also positive. Of course did you receive an unexpected unexpected gift or were you the recipient of an unexpected active kindness. Did something unexpected happened to you this week. Think about it. What an expected good they did? I receive this week when it comes to expect that in good we usually take it for granted. We don't see much but when things are unexpected when it's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between you and a life you want to live CD medic targets your pain at its source. It's fast acting relief with active ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil. Get back to your life. CD MEDIC available online and at CVS. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent prevent any disease. Something that's unexpected. There's just something about human nature that makes us very happy and usually we don't forget that. So what was that unexpected thing unexpected positive thing that happened in your life this week for me one expected good was that I got interview Shawn Stevenson. Who is an amazing in Seoul with a huge heart and unexpected good was that I received an email from lipson hosting in company? That hosts this podcast letting me know that the gratitude podcast has been selected by spotify to be one of their featured podcasts. which is pretty cool? And I'm really excited about it. Also I got connected with the modern they swamy to interview for the gratitude podcast and also a colleague of my girlfriends that I also knew that lives like twenty meters away from us had to leave down and now we get to take care of a beautiful orange cat call Louis so it has been pretty exciting week. I had challenges as well. It was the first time when I actually forgot the exact hour of interview and when I got to do to the meeting my guest had already left and was in another another meeting and I've sent him an email. I've written on facebook Ivan called his phone number and it was Only a few hours after that that he got to respond to my email and my Message on facebook and it was quite an interesting day because it began really really amazing with the news from spotify and By afternoon goes feeling intense feelings but A bit to the negative side because I was feeling guilty that I that I forgot about the exact Zac time of the meeting. But the beautiful part was that he was very cool about it. We rescheduled and we actually did the end. The interview and it was all good so getting back to our topic today. What unexpected good did you receive today or this week? What what great things happen this week? That you really didn't expect give them a little bit of your time of your focus because this is your life and when you look at these things you see your life in a different way and you see your life in the more appreciative way and that's when it comes naturally to give thanks for those situations and for this week in general thank you so much for listening and have an amazing weekend Owen. Don't forget to seek gratitude. Hi It's Jamie Jamie Progressive's employee of the month two months in a row. Leave a message at the Hi Jamie. It's me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song about the name your price tool. So when it's like tell us what you want to pay. Hey Hey hey and the trombone goes Blah Blah Blah and. You say we'll help you find coverage options to fit your budget. Then we just all do finger snaps while a choir goes savings coming at Ya savings coming at Ya. Yes no maybe anyway see you practice tonight. I got new lyrics for the rap break. 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#246: Whole Lotta Red

The Agostinho Zinga Show

1:04:01 hr | 2 years ago

#246: Whole Lotta Red

"Hey there podcast fans. Are you looking for a new true crime. podcast checkout gangster house. The new podcast from imperative. Entertainment Gangster House has has everything hospital Hitman at B. I.. Informants are prison escape of Van Explosion. And so much more. I'm Jason Hoke. Creator of gangster. House and producer podcast Megahertz Atlanta Monster Broken hearts and monster the Zodiac killer. Listen to gangster house right now on your favorite podcast player. Oh hello there. Welcome back to the casinos. Inga's show with me your host Agostino Singer this episode number two four six. That's that's dose. Quattro says dose. Why throw says how you guys doing man how you feeling amazing good to hear? And how am I pretty goodman as you can tell. I've just back from day to day nine to five occupation. I've got my work clothes moment because I couldn't get my coffee. Turn the morning because guess what. Guess what time went by in it stuff to do people to see deals to secure Hansa shake baby to kick puzzles to run into traffic to run across a barrier to jump over a jump under depending on how agile you are and depending on your ability to reenact those Paul Community sorta sheep French movie you so one time so much to do and also busy so I didn't have time to do it this morning but here. I am now live in direct hubby. Doing well imagine ta actually don't mind looking at myself in camera by listening to focus of a blackjack you're on a black jumper sunglasses my hair that have been caught in a while. I'm GonNa Probably let my hager. I little bit more my bed as you can tell from the video jio look I think the Bubba took a too too much off so I want to try and grow it and hope you want to go back. He can just trim the edges exactly and not actually trim it to its way to do in it so that when you go to a barbershop. y'All do something and they do. Complete opposite happens quite often. I notice a common complaint of women when they go to silence usually go from my exper- I've heard people who are hairstylist. You'd most women almost going to hear. Silence have unrealistic expectations of how the has gonNA turn out especially if they come pitch from celebrity to our look like Nj Jolie as you head. Isn't my German talking to sit in the same way. So it's a stylus this job to come and consult with their client. Go back and forth until you find solution when you going. It's like a flip in regular Yodmani African Guy Turkish Dude Asian Asian Guy White Guy Baba for men usually is always the same shit right. Usually you're getting a buzz. Cotton the science will fade. You're trimming the top trimmed up. Maybe some GEL in it. There's not much you know. Must play with him immensely for the most part. So you'd expect them to just do what you want an especially good quite the heck out some pre driving. I have my two free trims I go for maybe a little tape on the edges. Maybe a shape up. And maybe the skin Fade high-skill very best buy is maybe the forfeit baby like the whole thing you saw about taper in and you leave a bit at the back but have many. That's all I have and I know that. Look good on me because I get the same haircuts again and again and again again. It's the reason why the head because you know I know how I look. I know my head. Looks like a flip in fifty percents fifty pence piece. When I chop off the hair now talk? I got an blown shape head hedge ship condo back in the in school so that keeps you off the idea that you need about. Why bigger to talk? But I know I like it and so we'll the barber shop. Expect it to be the okay. How can I help you today as A? Hey bubba can you give me. ABC Indeed and they always end up somehow fucking up a missing the B. and doing something else completely different than c and D and you just swallow it as a solo. You don't complain step lip right as as Brit Brit Zero. You give the best of your money and guess what like a bitch you come back again the following week and you come back again the following week. 'cause you know so I'm GonNa do is figure that I used to back in the day where I'm going to grow my hair and I wanna go. Dan Tell the why look like right. You see it's actually. I might go back and told him not to touch my forbid all just leave it completely as is and then just kind of shave. The sides makes it a coworker though complete. Don't touch my as leave it. I don't mind that she growing make look a bit raggedy because the fed up with the whole like you know edges and shopping on the side of this little bit with strangers I think. Ever since Kristalina mentioned it Akon UNSEE. Now the shop ages. Like you're cutting. Your hair. Looks a bit strange. I'm just GonNa let it grow barley kind of faded a little bit and it had the top kind of well done but then I think the talk one needs to be braided is getting too long now. I need to do something on my hair into braids shape or form. I think I might go for this. Look right I saw some was also possible Perez name dammit. Oh even the game ended the game had some quite cool braids the game braids right go bracelet top of forgot. It was like it was pretty nice. I think I might get that same haircut and if they lose you've had the same thing right so it's like this this is why might if you're listening via the youtube APP them out at deny politicized but essentially it's not gonNa Mari Hecker where you kind of shave the sides and you give yourself this'll atop so while my end up going for the kind of braise on top. It might look pretty cool as you can see on that picture. And that Baba's sought that Baba's that she climbed the games hand looks really really cool as well. Yes on my affair might go for that she. That looks amazing. Take a big fan of that. 'cause I ever has to log on that just to leave as it is money some kind of assistant on top of that Germany frayed with braids as as they call it a China type in what it was but it's actually could phaser braids and infield pretty cool. I like the way it looks on. Probably do that sometime very soon. Kofi again I don't go to because there's a constant truck embattled to find out. How do people that were to go to to get stuff done? Use Google Braids in London. Or would you. Do you WanNa have a good head. If you don't have the heck outside. The game has in this in this picture right. Those kind of American fades right way as super shop and fades in all corners. Amazing where'd do you go. How'd you find out who doesn't London? How'd you find out who raise your hand on saga to go? I'M GONNA go to an antique brave my head to go to another bobby the company. I'm absolutely madison it. I wish it could be done just in one place which Lee Nobuo. So yeah. That's what I'm aiming to do next couple of weeks weeks. Hopefully get that done. You know this is my day to day. Wears as I am as if it was gonNA recommendations about where I can go and get some braids done the top especially run east London and we all can get up in the same place be advantageous. So if you're not going to sit down and get my game ahead with it up like this like how is it. Currency John Quincy Jones Rafic. Maybe Jones about gamma had done up my data top so kind of brazen the top and then skipped Vado. Signed on in. London knows where I can get that done. I'm like I don't care what he's on on the anyway London. That's really good and peace peace and pictures. Please send me links on. Let me know that people are now Google it myself. I'm Lee Mc comment ambulance abby awesome. And if you goes up so many moments that minimum reach maximum or Agostino. Tease at media columnist Agostino teased at Mito Karma. Put Lincoln Show nutsy as well and if you have any tips. Brigham and Inman bring me Inman. Let me look at skin six to agree and is man. Let me floss. Women now mean well happening with me. Oh Yeah I actually don't my wariness. I think I've I've gone. Someone asked me of. I've been asked already like doorway the same thing every day and it's like a combination of Jimmy of free of all these jumpers or got a million black T. shirts and the strikeout continue anywhere by tend to have attended. I signed up signed to really the enjoy dressing in a particularly uniform every day of the week. Especially when I'm going to work especially from I'm working nine to five If if you're living the youtuber creative lifestyle maybe a different is quite cool to mixing up. I think the monotony of the every day going to work I'd rather have. I'd rather not be stressed. I'm thinking about mouth You know again. This is festival because actually give a shit about close but because I care about my appearance and I care about close. I don't want to make myself go crazy by wearing hiring on outfit so I'd rather just have a south. I wear a week and if I WANNA Kinda bowl out the first day on the Friday after work. Because you're going to go off to a drinks can do that but for the most was part of the lockdown said no my ever bring capacity. You could be used. You know doing stuff like this. DJ In right and whatever may be cool. I got I got room in my head to Do other things as opposed to using a Ram just to figure out what went away during the week. which is you know? It doesn't really matter because you're going to have a house anyway. I mean I guess So as long as I've I've got something quite nicely I don't mind something again. This is a neutral looking at a black motorcycle jacket. Wax Jackets and jumper and black act trousers on my stocks are low focus says a pretty neutral look it can work in most basis. I'm not addressing unaddressed. That's the main thing you don't want to have right. You don't be under just when you go anywhere you're going to be over. Listen you go anywhere. I still remember that feeling. Fifth in turning up to three point alibi on a on a Sunday or no my Saturday after I went to church or something and turning up in my future to imagine right when you when you when you what are you talking about East London or that whole era you was. It was very much an all encompassing world. It wasn't necessarily a thing. Yeah it was quite its own thing right. You didn't necessarily like the people that hang out with Della Biology get my promotional my Pi days. They were specific group of people. Right they will kind of a for lack of a better term. They'll canes right so what Tim Balls. People that will taste people now in bands people that were proposal cells we put out working in the craves field. Just all those kind of people. That's why I hang out with but it's rarely that you would mixed up group. People would would your fashion friends or we do train of friends or with your friends from back home or your friends from Church so it was separate so they saw different sides of you and maybe that my friends will say the the same on this side right but I remember being a big alibi. Smokers because effectively. No one has seen me in Charles's that fit right in shoes that will had hard sold that click clack. Could you walk and the talk show not me that way. So what the fuck this dude. Even a bizarre. It's like when you when you see the bartender out one day. She's on a day okay and she's gland up and go. Wow because you always used to seeing him in jeans were defer Bolivar in the back of their pockets or just curious to know mclovin German. He's blow your mind. That's like the adult version of senior teacher on the weekend in West village talking. No that's that sir. I guess has a life in go. bugger shake shack. I leave him alone. So that is the real coming but yeah I don't mind. I don't mind doing that through the weekend. Me and I got really. I'm limiting my drinking especially in a week and of drink our own out during the week just trying to keep it to the weekends and big parties and stuff and you know in that in and out like a knocker Ninja work and making sure I do my stuff outside out of work and that is where I have a balance fulfilled life so but also be worrying about what trials. I'm wearing snow that serious. I mean the main thing is do through my game when I'm step into occupation where I am in because they obviously keeping the lights on and you respect them places via here I am because a well rested and that sort of stuff. I'm good on feeding live. Let's get some topics. Let's get into some topics. Stop of seeing the Internet stuff of been drinking speaking about here and we're good stuff yet. Yeah yeah cool all right so what we have here The two four six toys episode you for seven. I think it might be two thousand seventeen seven. Just make sure I think. I think I have this one wrong as per usual as a huge I think I might destroy. Maybe it says episode two four seven. Let me check and see. Let me check and see because because if it is done I apologize. If you're listening step so two four six I miss up the intro as always do but hey you know what you can you know stop happens come on whereas is this I mean what can I see this. Take ages to load too much tougher. Panova can well shut himself dioxide. Okay cool so nope. It looks like we are two four six. We are okay cool. Thank God thank God all right. Let's let's the students. Let's go through some topics or got lots to talk about. And I WANNA talk about it with you guys so first things first. I saw this riot. This is Diane Real and one of the former editors of fresh is of vogue on British off and back. Today there's a really cool article here from. I'm hop is bizarre. That kind of details her secrets and I fold looking that the first one that came to mind is that they might be a son hip hop repre who could probably do will taking the cue of the. Im billions creative direction or taste or just the way that she kinda put pictures to give. I'm and I would. I would hope you guys have an idea of Wyoming. Right goes up here on. Screen is article from Harvard. Bizarre Diane Valence Secrets. The subtext is the legendary fashion editor and the subject of a new documentary diarrhea and never ceases to astound right. And if you score looked at pitcher what you see in this eastern inefficient scarring it via to park is an older woman who looks casse. Incredibly well put together an amazing lace fabric dress on and she's kind of lying lying on a massive vintage so for with an a an a dorm and a range of tapestry in knickknacks and vases and lamps and chairs or crazy easy amounts of financial around it but as being titled to give the Color Red Red and I fold you know what a good confidence and playboy caught his new album whole thous due to come out while back. We haven't heard about it. We don't know when it's going to come out but I think this'll be cool album cover for Dan. Violent of magic paper card to the He's on a version of this. Diane Berlin an image be pretty cool. Mike Imagine just him may be in like a maybe a bit more and more than apartment. Maybe a lot lot more trinkets around and completely covered in red cloven. Maybe Ian Red Velvet cake or something that'd be flipping sick or something or just sitting Eh. Maybe they'll be similar to the image on the self titled Album Right. That's why he's kind of this to go beside him and he was he was paper. Smuggle something pretty cool. I think take hold on. I think he should take ideally feel free to say that for free. My friend pay with that means we get the album Be More than happy by Eric and I'll be really cool from the. The article says the following. I'm pretty cool one system When I married Who Read this Article Actually Lisa Imo Imo Dino Real Island so let's let's read is quickly so his ambulance secrets right When I married is on the island on religious darn believe what it? I've never imagined that I would spend free documenting. His Legendary Grandmother magazine it's tastes maker. Fashion icon bows driven by the idea of UNRING. Her unique creative genius during the twentieth. Not at all. She was Harper's bazaar and it's my bad. No vote during the twenty six year. Tenure hop bizarre. Diane did didn't just clove women. She presented them with aspirations nations off. Why there isn't a possibility of Glamour? So which is amazing it. That's what you want to live. A life You know just kind of drenched and coveting creativity. Every every single day. His whole life is art. We eat is where you wake up. what you do when you wake up is the things that you e- how you how you work. How how will you work out with what you did when you can have some at artistic dots? That's why I'm kind of I think maybe this is. My version of it is uniform that wearing day in day is my autistic dance. Might one to to stick to one one to two. Maybe it is who knows it. Continues here Richard Richard Avedon said after her death in nineteen eighty nine. She was remainder genius and fresh editor. I interviewed more than sixty people for my documentary is has travel living. Nothing was try. I'm definitely going to watch that and couldn't two sons Tim and Frederick and my husband and his brother Nicholas shed wonderful child. Memories of time spent with no Nina. If there was one common thread it was at Diana Vision Inspire people to push for their own lives. I discovered many interesting things about her during her research. Here to fifteen of them. Okay Am I. I'd love being kind of person not gonNA put Somebody Thompson ample and you never sweat. You're always kind of done to the T.. Like fucking amazing suit as you just look incredible. It'd Wessel and do when I when I grow up. I WanNa be that person that just chunk. That goes Monday. Tosca full fucking particular Nitzan German. You wearing your favorite selene jacket. DOC ID You've got these fucking crazy Swayed lever other. No sandals on from products puppy Patten Street to the GP at one. That's why I want that. Want that vibe. Here's some of the Interesting thing she picked along the lines of religion number one pillows. He doesn't home when fused with perfume via hydro dramatic needles as amazing Before coming number two before fashion editor Diana had laundry shop in London. Legend has it that Wallace Simpson Seduced Edward then Prince of Wales while wailer that is nightgowns. Mom Stall Munster bought down the British Empire. Her suffrage wants joke. She even had one ni- cows tailored with up to free fittings on one song. Single one a nightgown hated and I imagine now that is just amazing. I love that kind of plants. Silence Number Free Jewish had her dollar bills and her tissues. I am before putting her handbag is woman see much share the same lunch every day. A whole wheat peanut Budwood Marmalade. Sandwich was done with Scotch. Jesus wonderful that must say Pena Baron and a Momma's commerce bit. Stranger sounds quarter. I try out peanut. Butter is the greatest invention since Christianity. She said number five. She rarely left the house before noon. Johnston conducted this earth business from her tab number six only dialogue more. The fashion was reading. A favorite book was my big. My life has been more influenced by books if our life. Yes books reading reading books. What what too many down here you can see? I'm a big proponent of books I'm trying to preach about it too much now because I just think rebels facing anything that you'll you know you're intellectually Mashburn Ban yourself and just in general is selfish. It's a selfless thing. Something I do particularly were would suffer. I read is for my own self interest. It doesn't really need go outside of my brain and you know yes just no fun fun. Really what else she had here. As Interest Diane's favorite color is red but she never found the perfect vics shade which she which was according to her the color of a child cap in any of his nation's Pitt poetry interesting. Be I recommend checking out is. I'm GonNa read the whole listening to that makes for a boring podcast but checkout Hoppe's bizarre Diabetes Secrets Arlene cashing Charlottesville. You guys that went to see it and you guys can have a look. Oversea watched watched Beckham Entry. To documentary is called. The eye has to travel and show. Some people have which I'm sure is available on Netflix and stuff isn't a property is what is available on Netflix. In the middle. Look See Z.. Safety is a vital one that fix it probably might be. I said Anna I travel her. No Oh doing the I has this or that. So there's travel yaps available on Youtube and Google play wherever you get your documentaries from also also you know wink. Wink nudge nudge. B. S.. move on from not wine whilst we WANNA see he was move along All this one article here says supposedly she was losing. His edge is a little snip article. Meissner by defender full article is on on the business of fashion buys beyond payable. And obviously I'm not going to pay that Some little read a bit of y Sophomore High Snow by guest. We can kind of take it from Dan. Kind of some is is where they currently going or what direction. They think that playing a what they're playing a in general because I don't think it's actually true. I don't think there is a tremendous air. Traffic may be. The fashion industry's may be tied of St wit right. Then they might have kind of moved on to bigger umbrella things but I think for the most part the idea of kids rebelling and and start in their own brands and printing screen printing on t shirts getting captain braided making their own perfect version of a baseball cap. That will never ever ever ever die in my opinion but who what do I know as optical up here and then we can kind of discuss this further. Because you know what's the point of saying well the stuff of Yukon prevent this. Get up on here one second mythical fine whereas it was article so this go from high snow by not he of course got Gut Barber of Shiga himself. On the main Image Day Hiroshi. Fujiwara says the fuller. This is the headline huge. Join avas discussed what happens once a street. Where bubble best am yours for? Jawara and Ref Simmons are just some of the huge industry talents in the new piece of business of fashion which discusses what future what future could look once she but will bus right and I guess that M- musty comes from the idea that there was a time maybe it was a think. Maybe it was a good less. Let's say what was that fresh. What was the injunction? I probably say ingestion of among veterans from me maybe mark. The beginning of the explosion of street wear on a fashion runway shows. Right remember that Vitim Oncho find actually. Let me get that profess and it'd be discussed the rest of it Betty Moon among the see. Why is it being so weird and stuff tough when closer up and down in closed down and closed it's deemed? Okay cool. Well let me see let collection up on here right and I think this is where is for me personally. Were off in the street where wave came tumbling going down away. The initial sparks from in my opinion right so that victim show ever went to a it was in like a weird on the ground nightclubs. Someone had been in the Paris. That was one way of Gerardo Jerry. Lorenzo Carney West Virgil and if you're sitting next to each other That so that was yeah that was full winter in two thousand fifteen. You remember that show. That was the the famous one the the second show off the Defensive Wall. Maybe the best defection. 'cause I remember the First Section way the moon is up on plinths but I was like a look. Only then we have the first collection wells mostly kind of a sweat kind of singlets or onesies and then we had this that she would have gone screen here. Forward to two thousand fifteen. The had the the had That the had older little kind of security badge holder things on the clips. This is the collection that had the boot discussion to hide the massive bomber Jacket Riano was wearing wearing for a while that huge of a sidebar reduction. Everyone's wearing that. It was just a popular all over the place and as a Korean Bam people's wearing German this I think this is a stop for me. A one St we have really went like full force of instrument efficiency unseen before I didn't really feel like three was kind of an integral part again. That's probably my understanding from it. I don't know if you guys agree with it. But that's why I think tree kind of really kind of infiltrate and ever. Since then they have a brand new TUB Doodo Sheba's of it some some west and others you know you've got brands like Michael Kors and coach. He's kind of garbage brands. Designed to implement animism confession. That doesn't really work as well. And you've got somebody. I have a higher brow brands. Some Obresek may be proud and stuff. You're obviously because you're probably. There is like a genius and a once in a lifetime talent but you know. There is a disconnect when it comes to the youth market at one of the street way way did come about if like a convenient time for them to kind of you know fully lean into bring him back some of the more sporty elements or product Eh cuts in the you know. The quintessential Vitima Hoodie a down jacket. Element doesn't get quick. More quintessential she within basically what we see now right. This appropriation of Mo- cycle pence back into the mainland again. Lovely those are really cool Shiva elements and they're just messing Dibango said. I mentioned that everyone was wearing for a while. And Focus by scoffs night lows of interesting bits of mortgage show. You guys are aware of the article he wanted to say about it So dot Costa the following Extensive piece looks at the situation from both sides of the coin. Firstly addresses the fact that street who has been largely misrepresented as a trend rather than a refresh the street. And you've culture which I agree on secondly highlights highlights war. Today's top designers believe is coming next. It was this real big. I got bit annoyed. Event Info is a bit of a kick in the face or slap to the face. When everyone will the fresh ideas is? We're trying to push some maybe some this designers and in notes were pointing downwards integration for the show. They'll write down things to do tailoring source of tailoring shape shape for application Loza. Things they think are out of reach from the from the regular street red designer but the actual facts of the marriage. That when you're a street wear brand. You'll somebody you know obsessed with street whereas I am. You don't necessarily bothered about you know you don't really care about trying to compete with your favorite pressure Brown. You're kind of doing your loafing your kind of taking staples that you normally have in your own woodruff and expounding it as you please all reinterpreting yards you. Please write most of the high level among the top brands and street wear take something. The hoodie the the basic level Hoodie. Most of the top brands in the world that you deemed top street wear brands out there. They will have different version of the of the early right. Everyone's got different shape a different way. Different finish different trim detail. Everyone's got different interpreting that same thing but they make but they make get season to season out and customs myself. Keep buying buying it but not necessarily trying to compare that Hoodie Takahoti from you get from selene. We give them those Gabino. You might give them good she. We don't care about you go you go to allies that you go to the higher or you go to the kind of luxury brands for what they can offer. When you go to your street wear brands for that? What they can offer the moment they started to bleed into each other and swap notes or you had to go straight brands who are producing a run? A T. He's just because they decided to do it. And so and no marketing up to say price Not that's when it starts to come on do Jimmy. We know so the same thing we know. Isn't I come to you for your sixty t shirts and I go to them for their five hundred pound trainers right it. Both you know upright on different ends of the Totem Pole but both e completely necessary very interesting article that the reps for example said that there are too many hoodies with Princeton. them out. They're really raff half really digital country. Anything to do you not think you're amazing. Talent to somehow be able to disseminate to your ability to take what you see on the streets take what you're seeing Kolja and somehow funnily back into your fresher brands and then lied to you. Point out seminal iconic sometimes archival pieces of fashioned way ahead of his time that goes on to inspire a generation of designers who dan going to do what copy all the forces of your work. You don't think you pay any ROWENA. Imagine the hypocrisy of that recipes. Sadness to many hoodies dude. You may some of the best movies out there. People are still hoodies now like you due to it and hoodies our an amazing who's apob one hoodies. Aw isn't a male version of like a a blouse all night you know that was that. WHOA that fucking What's that what's that dressed in? Czar able to GOZWETA POLKA DOTS. That's our version of it. That's guys version right that kind of style out of dress more skills public because address that is very tau and it you know. It works on most buddy shapes and for the most part most gals Almas must women would be interested in wearing something that right it touches most of the touch mostly because of a wide demographic people and I guess maybe a bummer jacket. Maybe a leather jacket. Ah Not live casino. I don't think most people want to look like they came out of Greece. Something right I think for the most part. Most dudes could wear a Hoodie. A pullover Hoodie in great material real with a nice comfortable nice comfy hood on it some Cozy Puck as you can put your hands in. I think most dudes can fit number one in there. Would you could if someone gave me a decent hood even for about a one for free somewhere. I definitely rock it so I don't anyway. That's a matter. The prints on them. How were you inspire kids? Kids do that. Because you're an amazing. Oh anyway back. To Spring Two thousand eighteen shows calling for a new outline a new shape and tycoon Pang and panic google. It was at tailored clothes. All the new street wear no. They're not Taylor close on new street. Where St Street? Where and technical details clue waste wrong with these fashion people? Why do you think is? Could you say this. Is Doug whistling for them. Trying to get all the minorities out of fashion is could be thing. Could it be like. They were annoyed that she became like a big deal in fashion which then invite a whole bevy of influences photographers. Seen people who look Luke. Nothing like your conventional fashion crowd. Maybe they're fed up and annoyed of having festival bloggers take spaces and that's the influences. Now seem kids. Kids take up all the rooms in the first couple. Rows right begin flying around everywhere. They get an older cat packages. Maybe that's the problem with fashion brand. They just wanted to go back to hi was again right make fashion great again something that kind of stuff but about it so mad noise but yeah I wonder what that's about It's not using the new street where no isn't anyway. Meanwhile Shiro Kubo Undergrad erector or head. Home owner Crater cray their head. But you need to pull those tiles. Just say one thing people all they love to work off in it or they're illegal they love a good multi level ah good slash slash slash slash slash. There's only industry or someone will definitely tell you every job they do in it. Then they'd never you've never met anyone who kind of lays low and and you don't find that Fred Pas. Oh you know what that Guy Gil. Data blows my issue. They will definitely tell you right in the first couple of seconds owner Craig director head by okay. Cool man we you know. Whatever style if you're if you're the founder we just we just assume you're going to be involved in the marketing the there's no one stop into where the CEO Father doesn't please knows all her nose? And everything just pod possible of having you know have your on company in our guest is what can you do anyway. Do here yet. Concept was if you like That doesn't say what he says says for Georgia's quite the same that street where he was getting captured by the luxury fashion and is losing his edge. This is why. That's why Godfather Right. That's what's happening. Fashion is sucking up street. Wear is takeaways. Cool points is fucking you know. It's presenting his glitzy memory. Will the street where kids who shoo guys who've you've been slugging and slaven down below in the depths of street rallies you know picking up a measly amount of money selling March. T shirts suddenly whittled all these fancy. Lots of the fashion world models and it isn't agents and people would you know. Unlimited amounts of blow and drinks are offered between to come in and collaborate heartbreaking have their brandstatter dervishi monkey. I don't I don't I don't I don't I don't have any problem with them except him that Ryan thank you know what fuck this street. We live fraud going to you. Know what's what's that place in Brennan Baron balance or something and starting out with a bunch of dudes. You know trying to sell your line. She at trade show. I'd much of a special hang around not so anything. But at least be around mixing Mixie a couple of lions and have a COUPLA plus a wine in it that makes more sense but unfortunately when that happens the district. We're we know love the one that kind of pokes fun stopping the establishment. The one that's kind of risque pushing the limits loses edge but they don't freshman spits it back out again. It is pasteurized lacking in any sort of real fashioned way. Right you remember. We sold That fucking collection with the fake bondage pizzas member. Dante decided that she wanted to take inspiration from you know the underground electronic BBS DSM counter culture in the whole techno scene. And decide to put that kind of you know straps and harnesses teasha print and print in even golden rounded rounded Kinda stopped to the hemline of a digital transfer print. The fuck is this these people so yeah she needs to be careful. Don't don't dance too close to the Sun Jimmy. Don't get too close to the freshman world. Dip in the case of model to you. Know consoling a couple of shoots and whatever may be provided with insights on. You know why they should use that. Buzzer that belt but you know. Don't go too far. I'll have a article continues however hero Finney Carini Rooney Code Veronica Director of the RETO. John United Arrows his at the true. She won't be leaving the edge behind exactly. Of course she raised on his way down. But if you are real skater data and you want a nice one of my sweat show you continue by not going there we go. It might be going down the popularity with general concern about the people that will go by dimes uh-huh or yard sale or awake or Stasi or supreme. Even these kind of quintessential street where brands you see. A season in season now pleasures Paradise Grind they always going to be around people always going to want some cool t shirts with a CO graphic on it. A good hoodie. A good down into brands. Appoint some fucking awesome down jackets to at the moment notre core tracksuits rice of course socks and low waist bag evolution evolution. Want those kinds of things so people can go down some roses they want to. But you know I'm always gonNA stay de and it continues. Anything that reaches Pecos has to go down and continues. Its the freshener psycho go. But she is still a daily close to me. Nothing has Pete Street where it doesn't change the peak is people that want new things which is no no one cares about an and it here goes was at. That point is echoed by Christopher Marine. See who told been sufficient Misconception Australia Trend Service level adaptation of treatment is not what the is not what the is not what the way of dress stands for. It's the kids more formerly tomorrow just before me tomorrow momentarily. This should would not be considered a street where I get the point is there. Hey yeah all in all. I agree with most of the points that you can read a whole thing on bids of fashion. If you've got the The Lincoln you pay for I don't so not buy I guess. Probably the whole gist of it. I'm sure as buying lingerie will never die will be always wanNA t shirt and a Hoodie and fucking snapback house on. But maybe we've been freshener is kind of dying down. Both worry as to why people seem so eager for it to die. There is something behind it may be again like I said is it. Douglas Link Full. The minority is kind of infiltrating seen people. Getting fed up with fashion in general is a frequent industry. They they all quite trend led maybe just fed up with that trend and they wanna move things that might be a thing to buy large ticket. You depression people. We're GONNA get your space we're going to allow you to put you know a An an Godly man advice on back onto your jackets again. Don't worry you will invite flip. Flynn back into pin ribbon. Him Give you a number. Go Crazy. Never jacket with cop with different packed with different materials lease again site Jimmy wound. That was a big big deal that plan. I've jacket with the flip tatum sweat shirt sleeves. It like whoever whoever still has that in a wardrobe you best you know you best feel shame right now. That Jackie was horrendous. That I've never got females. A Kanye thing in it right. That was a Khania declining influence over to buy that jacket. Maybe it was Connie but that Jackie was so bad so bad doing this one. Move on here We have Seoul Slam Jam. Nike Blazes. These look so good. I've Vinnie came out. The original was thinking maybe a couple of years ago there was a white pair. Remember seeing before as you guys are where I'm slammed gem milan-based unless they Milan looking at what the Milan to shore. I'm Italian based retail store. I mean I. I'm Jim mostly because of good hood. Now missile awesome good mostly because of hideout back in the day show the hideout people were quite close with people everest lamb because most sleet some of the stuff that was gained imported getting sent to the UK also reading and since the slam dessel Klaus per position there after the some that the slam jam. Dad Good Dude is quite interesting. He's well known around people. I'm pretty sure regular obscene people pop store and hang out there. They seem to do some really quite white divisions as of late I remember they did a thing with heroin virgil some other things that Jane Renzo they seem to have used a space as a world like kind of portal into the kind of of youth culture in and around the area. Where is and biologic? Nowadays you're seeing off retail stores and street wear really expand what it means to be a retail store. No no just like you know keeping it to bring more stowaway just kind of by brands. They using as a platform to showcase new talent to take on new collaborations to maybe juice new products to again be voice Mapisa Platform for the local bruce. Take the Brown international single pop shops doing pop ups number country country. which is a really cool idea? You might go down and take your some of your top brand to a local and take him to a new market or you might use that opportunity to go to new market advocates to come out and basically spread the message and especially nowadays with like you know tears trainers hyper releases of cloven is only a certain amount of stores that had those kind of items anyway so in order to kind of make sure you Ghana trust and connection especially with loyal right if you if you do us wrong obviously ever is going to you know disarm Bradfo never way because the people that own counts but for the most part if you're a good person and you are if you're a brand that people resonate with efficient does she recommended People will stick with you come hell or high water. So it's a good idea to start kind of expanding their you know poor and taking the international and this collaboration I think so and isn't that blaze appreciate the white one is slim. Jim Nike Blazer. Class of ninety seven Dressed in black thing is most of course the black and white shoes. I'm always going to be down for me and Brecqhou shoes go together like you know whatever just go to give up so the finger like oh by the most is that it's black and white overseas to go. The white saw roll back up a white swoosh classic ninety seventy nine seventeen blazers shape So he's got the front lip of the front of you. Remember the stew she blazer back Beca today look at places they have nowadays like completely shocked. But it's gotten a little bit of Lipitor Front which is nice. And it's got a little bit of the I'm GonNa quit all the the only pads on on Smith on the outside edges of the shoe dealerships inside but I'll be practices. Probably somebody else by the shape again if I if my feet were one as fats they are now. I'd definitely wear these most often than not. I probably weighed over. Wearing a pair of cumbersome shape looks better at how the Su- system assigned to shoot those really cool but the talking about like the best about him is that in the instep the swishes upside down. Now these came before the obviously the Travis Scott Jordan's and they came think just off the the white ten club corporation so some people might get bored the whole upside down and back way front sue stuff. But I'm not I still think goes crazy. Coast crazy also reminds of that. Was that Nike Shoe Beck. Inundate escape branded where they kind of cough the Nike swoosh and a banana next. Maybe Junior Muir win skate shops were opposed to guess bees and didn't like the fact that not be with basically you know twisting the arms escapes to make sure they only carried they if I remember the time when Nike were very mafia-like in a way that people both issues you couldn't buy you couldn't buy the hype. Want if if you if you wanted to buy the high point you have to buy complete inland collection F an inland collections. Basically the black and white shoes you have to buy the dunk dunk low dunk dunk mid dunk high. The older genus keys. Every single should the thing is about ten shoes in like ESPN mainline collection comes in black and white every season and you have to buy all of them plus the basic minimum. Either by before. You're allowed to get the hype. The kind of tier zero kind of hyper structures. Remember Tuna era some brands. I had taken the solution. Lucia shoe imprint. Sharma took an odd turn and it took it and he pulled up next to the side of that was that was a big deal as I doubt that kind of measure this often you know like not not taking in your shoes too seriously flipping around having fun of and again acas mentioned before. I'm happy about this era of CO labs. It's like you know the color of the this in this era on his crazy back in the day you know nowadays that you can you know. Nowadays you can tell while clock. Collaboration looks like nothing yet. Now cub rations nations sticks out a lot right back in the day when I used to by law sneakers the cook operation just like ill kind of disappearance background. It wouldn't be that big of a deal because everyone was doing these fucking crazy paint by number Carlos. Nowadays it seems like brands. They only get one opportunity to collaborate with Nike Adidas. Whatever may be they take up between to actually do something they actually want to? You wear like something that they are actually passionate about. They go to the they maybe sex more or less popular I think of like a Martin rose and her she as she put out Jimmy. I liked that brands. Nowadays aren't just going for the. You know the the easy low hanging fruit right there. MAXA EDGEWOOD on one. They're going to four like crazy shoes. That may be one. Stand the test of time to terms of trend but something the designer themselves as she wanted to do themselves. And I think this is what you're seeing with this clever because lambda. You could have done wherever you wanted you could you. I'm pretty sure that blaze has made a mobile clashes with a blazer wood shop as well but is an interesting way to do it. Am I like I like the shoe upset on the inside on the insteps already got applause into ninety seven on the back tab and to make even better enough in this as she got me hyped about. The shoe is cool little video for they're gonNA they're gonNA do. They're going to release it so hit the Texas following. The subject Nike Cost I. Seven in blacks is set to release a slam Pets available before for little run arrives at Nike Sneakers Platform. RAFFLE will run for November. Nine to twenty eighth at the legitimate will be a loss in Los Angeles fifty feature the would Hanako. Michael Wood Equal difficult death metal. I don't know how long have you call horror dead ends perform at the show on Vimba Kimba ways a secret fishing horror so this is the event here. They're going to have on the night of November. We actually got me pre hype. So they're doing this in l.. A. Office again coin shop based in Italy is launching is a no coverage would like and low Jeshurun away. I think is pretty cool if it ever it. Basically talked of horror show so go fly posters. La's scenery videos lozo the poetry he don't TV's we'll be going. Vs Lambda Komo of projects horror. Play classmates every night dunks or ablaze. Check that out if you're around the LA L. A.. Area and grab yourself a pay and Yemen really cool collaboration. I like them a big. I think of all this stuff about it. I complain about these again. One of the best out at the moment again. I'm bias blackmore trainers but you know. Shoot me can you Nixon this whilst we have here we have kid cudi cut test plant flea market Hoodie. That looks really nice as well I think GLOWNA DOT COM Gloated oxo thing that I'm shopping will be most more more interested in I'm not sure if he's dropping much the same way to Connie jumping his much. Bob Seem quite few kit. Kat emerged the pieces here in damaged in collaboration if people but so far so good cactus plant flea market has been doing a pretty cool job when it comes to the season suffered designing the lessor stuff. Show people familiar with that Brian. Doing would con- yeah in his album. Released by reluctance is did here so he says this is what. Look like a tail callaway till Hood he was a tale green light blue with intergalactic. Long Beach Kit cutty nineteen probably poppies toll with stars joining the entire Hoodie. And of course Once you once you've been a doc so la La AH level guy. There's all teachers love her. A school and will hill was fine. All the Guinness wholesome messages on the catches plump of course merchant. Of course when to turn turn off the lights in the light show it all goes. DOC riddick Coleman another design elaborating about it I I love the fact that the words guide teach hut. He'll finally ones highlight in the back as well. I'm really cool design. I'm really happy with that one over habit. I'm really fond of this. I'm this will also be available on the fifth so that was yesterday so probably saw that by now one fifty for those of you guys are wondering Made in the US and constructed to the fourteen outs pigment dyed cotton. That's always a really good side and it's like prewashed Claughton could. He's he's not going through tons of treatment before they've even any sort shrink differences. Apply to so you get a real vintage warning forever once at a government features a plethora of puff puff prentice on a chest back and sleeves. These are overlaid by Fiqh a throwback style digital fund and printing could connecting blah. Okay cody entitled pretty the how do Hiep's Brat so many words for Hoodie. That's amazing to be able to write that many words for local talk radio anyway. Check to how is available now Food guys at wondering fans of Cardi like I am the study a bit a bit. Mercy should be adding to your collection. Shen that's one this move on. Move on in me. What up while on the list here we've got Well Kudo article about a full of the Berlin Wall. I softened the God you know I was really awesome. Nothing with celebrating defend investor. Two for the Berlin Wilson lows of Berlin Wall. Commemoration pieces going up. That's exhibitions in London's were happening as Christians in Germany of course around the world people observing this monumental moment and a guardian put together his Co. article that is call them. We've finished every bottle baron cultural edges of night that the the wolf. Hello so loads of people you know cultural icons Thinking you know what I wanna be I wanNA be a coach. Legend owning a cultural icon. People that people would want people to think back back. Look back at my licensing shake. I mean quite lovely country required to culture NEMI. Maybe that's why maybe that's maybe that's my goal is it's pretty good anyway. It kind of highlights closer cultural figures from from Germany or who were integral to that scene. I like the fact that lows of X.. Those of experts as well in the listen it just kind of people from Germany which kind of adds a little bit of coal perspective to the whole issue goes amazing image here everyone a bringing the whole. Oh who's down a protest on top of the wall a young people. I'm a couple of these profiles. Pink some of them were pretty questionably for you. You guys might get kick out them as he confirmed the when I was talking about it is quite few on the air. Show Anita checkout. So yeah I'm the first one is from a guy called Daniel Barenboim. He's a pianist and conductor who lived in Berlin since nineteen ninety-one as leave the Bernstein Oprah. It says the following I happen to be in a Berlin recording the coastal find Tutti with with the film Monaco. The day after the will failed orchestra. oxy file do a console them on Sunday morning. The twelfth of November. I said yes on two conditions must be free own citizens tens of East German. This is the day off the kind of greasy on death row. Just quite cool much not knowing you decide to do such a monument today when rather the whole for Schultz Hustle. Founds sounds of people are queuing. Some are some that for him. We played Beethoven's First Piano Concerto Seven symphony and center and CONC- Fan Tutte of the joy and energy from these people are not shows forgettable. It was much more than appreciative. Audience of a Wonderful Orchestra afterwards. We were a lot of people backstage days. Bhai needs to get ready for the next one for Clinton as goodbye lady about sixty leaning against a wall with the young men about thirty could help her she silje gave me a bunch of flowers. Thousand Frank me I have to tell you. She said this woman had got married. Two years early in East Berlin and had a son but husband fled to the west with their baby and she had no contact with him. Shed light a candle every night but the day before the concert Manta door. It took me quite stout was take that was. He's he was my son. They came to the concert. Celebrate every union. It touched me normally. I told her I would invite her to come anytime impractical by Lynn. She said no Mr Berman. I don't need any invitation. I'll just beat it. That's amazing off. The onset onset. Alex if I would be director one of the best decisions I took was to hire a German dishes from both sides. I'm connected again. Decide late night at another free concert in front of the Brandenburg Gate. You'll be bring back. Memories of Dana changed a whole wealth. Amazing How music brings people together on the profile profile of ut Lempa is an. Oliver is in Libya Woodwind in German singer and actress who started in Chicago and and Regime Harrisburg of the cabaret rate which is all some days. Appropriate from Windows said those destined west of West Berlin and has already cooled one here to Alibaba of Matt Mock Rita Sixty one ambition and record producer from Manchester. Actually who also in Berlin and he says the following he says on on on my first trip to East Berlin. I call it a young new wave looking light who had LILAC DRAINPIPES and Spiky Yuban alcs Tim about the music scene. And if there oh any underground pumpkin says he shook his head it turned out he was starting fulmer in Israel. Police said I was looking for a political underground. PUNK scene is anti state in those working paradises and it was classified as subversive deck mounted which isn't a bad accolade which obviously probably familiar with that having looked at the case of Pussy Not Ryan out some countries. Just don't fuck around. When it comes to this counterculture underground youth led have questioned over for tea time. You know you've you've culture movements. Don't they don't really play too. Many Games Nestle stuff and I guess back in a date by Canadians. Buddy no saint help and so continues later in nineteen thousand nine dollars back in the east abuse an album for the indie band. Division in state unrecorded studios obvious East Germany. It was obviously Germany had already started to fall apart. They'll do demonstrations that people were trying to get out as I take a short break or some friends somehow. I talked him into a road trip. East of progress with looming Karimi non member days later in Hungarian hotel. Along the way I saw a photo the front of newspapers sharing a man standing on top of the Berlin Wall drinking a bottle. Skit a confuse as long as I is until I read the headline that said East. German troops begin portion of the war. I for what what war. Oh fuck they mean. Though it hit me like the Hammer. We drove back to Berlin which had completely changed. The sheiks were teamed with trabants those those famous. 'cause I was aware that kind of look logo buggy Nissim Zan Microsoft Vin because none missive Germany. I the cause of East Germany. The mustache met in cheap tracksuits jackets and stone wash jeans which is probably a massive. Look now they just reminds me of the Monte Rosa collections and Bessemer off best yoga women had their big half Larry leggings. It was incredible positive. The energy in the early nineteen ninety to finish producing the division album which code torture it became the soundtrack for many East German kids who had not been infected by the New South of techno that Stasi informer had four. I had some sort political agenda crop year for East Germany with Western music. How right he was awesome? Zeca may check collected a show notes logical Mostly the ball yet. But definitely some good information if your as infatuated Brunner's I am. You'll definitely get a AH value from checking out some of these Profiles in the Guardian is titled. We finish every bottle but it's culture that is on. The Berlin Wall came down in the Guardian argument port. Lincoln showed because I want to check it out. Definitely have a look through it if you can this in that one is closed that close the closed-door Assu. OC Won't talk about on this list mostly about he See the scene the CDC amazing article hailed. Tom Sachs actually out to be an artist. Twenty four seven. I'm liberty cool little profile on. Tom Sachs individual him. Because he's doing an exhibition thinking Belen is it. Berlin yes belly now is essentially a retrospective of slow. Aw timely is an older weather done from the first piece of what he pulled back created and until the present day again. You don't really see too often from from those two of them. Maybe it's a bit soon for talks. Always full pod. Ouzo lay down his career but quite a few things on the space as program The Tea Ceremony Exhibition in Japan. In think someone depend look fucking incredible. So he's kind of ramping up that level and of course maybe of the back of the net collaborations in my big good time kind of cash out and if you can cash out in a good way and kind of express your pretend spotlight's on him at the moment and cutter reach a big old yet. I'm all the best for it. And of course birding selfish I am and him be one of my favorite odds on that team to stay little more on the ground. But it's cool to see he's been able to kind of collaboration. These exhibitions and spread. Spread the message of Tom. Sex Far white just a really quantico from high Interesting bits and pieces on it. I WANNA point out to you. But it's really quad tickle especially a kind of a a profound him sacks you see him here in the studio and lows of interesting piece that he's put together enough at exhibitions on at the moment right but there's two big the part that really kind of spoke to meet. I WanNa get to talk about here. So there's this one quota like the I think that one isn't it yet. The wisdom I quote really got me. That fool was awesome Mr Tom Sizemore confined it so debt boom so this is the equipment Tom Sex right here. We go. So is the following while they're while this distance from the article all right so it's good. It's Tom's interviews on heist or by to begin Lincolnshire. Gus Check it but I'll read it right now quickly. So this is the folly what I haven't Sacrificed himself as a bureaucrat. Bureaucracy might be the modern ritual. He's most fascinated with one critic in a review of saxo elaborate space program relation at the Park Avenue Avenue Amaury intervention twelve road. I felt like this offer Terry. Four -Tarian Whimsey. One could argue that there is a Whimsey to there was a windy to everything. Snacks does the kind I imagine model. UN participants proudly flaunting however sitting with sex and following him through his Byzantine Studio. And the what. What in the wide aggress of his forces this over -tarian approach seems like a self defense mechanism one that would allow him to be productive in spite of the quick quick sands ends of destruction and the self doubt that would soil up less accredit mines and talk to fully acquire? Relax says there are always. There are many ways of being an artist. Sure but but for me the biggest one is about building my life eating sleeping fucking working out and getting my teeth cleaned. My head caught shopping my chisel and making sure that I have red painful in the moment strikes about preparing for the moment success because elusive as very very small and that made me think right. That's essentially what happens. I think you hear a lot of people especially when I read the book yet. I mentioned quite a few times rituals of WHO's pre school daily ritual. Sorry it's the macy book that essentially it covers of profiles out details. The David chose of lows of influential figures in culture from literature. Whatever you may name it early in that book and one thing that you see from liberals and has what they do is that day prepared? They days or the house before they get to work so that allows them to do what needs to do so this up some some sort of structure in place whereas wake up really early wherever. It's having a cigarette in the morning is go for coffee was working out. They do they do certain things in the morning that natural trigger other things like in the morning when I wake up I have things that trigger. Abba move other actions. My actions are triggered the morning's waking up allie waking up before six. AM So the first thing I do is. I don't eat breakfast Anyway obviously Boston. I go straight to the gym. I come back home a shallow have breakfast recall my podcast go to work. Come back the mix right something journal. What may be seen so each thing triggers the next thing? So if you're a personal rights at you will do all the things I do up until you come back covered shower and a new strain to writing. Because that's what you've done you set your day up where you do those three or four toscan. The beginning then allows you and triggers you into the whole crates of public. Because I think sometimes mentioned that that that time or the the event the time in place where you're suddenly inspired or you have a stroke of genius is only GonNa come about when you're in that kind of mode of working right so he'd be paid for you to be able to Kinda grab that ball solve lightning from the sky package and kind of rottweilers kinda scribbled down the bed paper. So you Dr Forget it but it is so fleeting but in most part. You're just generally gopher emotions right. You're not necessarily doing anything great. How many times have you sign in front of your screen with the customer flicking in front of you thinking about what to write and you sit there? You write something for our rebate yourself. You know God this is the worst thing ever happens all the time because what you're doing day by day that you're training yourself just to start writing you don't necessarily have to write you know like Ernest his heavyweight a fuss time. You won't necessarily do it. Will you doing that. You bring up a practice suddenly when that's Stream of inspiration comes along. You are ready because your desk as opposed also being somewhere else. That doesn't you know you're nowhere near a desk in anything to write with at is suddenly inspiration strikes. And you think you'll remember my usually you're trying to remember dreams in never fucking can happens. So I like the fact that he's like so regimented. And so kind of you know bureaucratic as you pointed out even with the templates. Hey Chavula essentially tells you compare your studio how to clean up to open up how to close down is very by the book like he has to do these things back. These things have to be done to my. What so that the he ever things can happen? It's sort of like a delayed. Gratitude is sort of like discipline discipline. Freedom the JUKKA will quit. The JUKKA will willing quote. I have in the back of my bullet from school is a difficult. Freedom is from just goes away right what what because I from its news books anyway. That's one of the I like discipline. He goes freedom right. The more disciplined. You Damore free wants to the things that you WanNa do and allows you to do other things to generate. Even when it comes to fitness it comes to health if it becomes just blocking right having that work if you pull off a couple of projects and suddenly Ao compiling on top of you and you saw striking us a fat whereas if you discipline yourself to do before you even head home even if that means you have to stay a couple of hours that that means you offering yourself up later on the week to kind of not not so stressed a little bit earlier maybe a couple more. I did before the by the hand in is comes around with lows of things are kind of at that Kinda hit so that's one of the quotes that really stood out to me in that article and in the second one was the NBA right The it was an arrogant. Checkout is really cool interview with Tom. Sexism high speaks very very eloquently and clearly about his approach to designing percha creativity. And I think for the most people especially for craves I myself you are. You tend to struggle with how you do things and you tend to struggle more so just starting how you than to stop whereas this topic or this interview cod is a good way of kind of telling you what it means to be an autism actual the professional artists. It means a conscious ton up to work. It means it means like a show up every single day and I'll just show up the work didn't follow especially if you're showing up something that you love officiant. We work anyway. But if you're struggling to get my husband ration- Mehta's them Erica. Checking out his interview. Tom Sex It is titled in Iceland by a T. The Tom Sachs in. Thailand is our savater went on high snow again. Our Lincoln has shown that you've got to check yourselves and you can see for yourself anyway. 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When In Doubt, Go To Gratitude - Julie Reisler

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When In Doubt, Go To Gratitude - Julie Reisler

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These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease using gratitude when you can step back and observe and say okay. You know what I really wish that. That had not happened With my dad or you know whatever the circumstances come stances But being able to add gratitude for what the lesson is that can change the entire experience in your entire way of interpreting it so I mean for me gratitude and I know you're all about this. It's it's the select Sir you know and I think it should use it. You know you don't have to use it sparingly like use. I use it as much as you want it it. It never goes bad. It never runs out. I mean it just keeps me. It's when in doubt. Go to gratitude. Welcome to the gratitude podcast on. WWW WWW dot. George Bente DOT com. Where you'll hear a new story each week that will inspire more gratitude in your own life? Our mission is to inspire one hundred thousand dozen people to discover how to feel gratitude and live a happy life through the amazing stories of our successful guess. And they're actionable. Tips had now the host of our our podcast. It's cutting into your exercise time. It stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting union between you and a life you want to live CD medic targets your pain at its source. It's fast acting relief with active ingredients plus the added benefits of. THC He free hemp oil. Get back to your life with CD medic available online at CVS. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent prevent any disease Gorton. Benza high gratitude seeker. Welcome to new episode of gratitude. podcast today with us. We have a very interesting person. Her dreams were shattered when she was told she was too big to be an answer. She had the serious food that they addiction endure to stress of growing up with a father who suffered from PTSD and struggled financially being in marriage. That didn't feel right and feel felt fuelling responsible for keeping her father live. She became a hopeless 'em path which led to her becoming sick including Barrett failure failure. Her turning point was when she considered driving her car hint to a tree and then her life she made the decision to reinvent her life and Julie became a TV personality a serial author Speaker Alive Design Coach and the global ambassador for May major designer brands including Lululemon Canyon ranch and mind Bobby Green Shell so directed the documentary hungry for more and her. Meditations have been downloaded over one hundred thousand times today with us. We have Julie Reseller. Welcome Julie Thank you so much. I'm so so so excited and grateful. Great Fall to be here with you awesome. Thank you for being here and for being so present I really appreciate appreciate not about my guest so so let us know little bit more about you that I fail to Get into well I will. We just didn't in knowing we have only a certain amount of time. I'll do the cliff notes version. 'cause there's of course you know it's funny hearing like life. Boil down in a few sentences entrances although you didn't amazing job and that's that that definitely hits the head on the nail I think for me. What what I think's really important and this is sort of the area that I'm I'm obsessed with and then I love helping What I call big-hearted high-achieving men and women with is really learning into to both love? Who are love yourself Fully and learning to listen and trust that that deep inner wisdom in her voice and signed I did a lot of life kind of out of the lane of listening to myself on not having a lot of self love of care respect for who I was and I I always joke. That one of the books I wrote was called get a PhD. In you. And I said I had a PhD in people pleasing. I was really really good at just making sure I could be whoever you wanted me to be an enduring night. You know it was. It was well intended really lost sense of who I am. And the excavation in process has been a really intensive I would say last close to twenty years And I look at that day of wanting to drive into a tree. It's a true story. Ah I was on the way to us the park meeting to handle and deal with and look at my BINGING and overeating and food addiction. And thank God. I heard an inner voice that said go to the meeting. Just go to the meeting in your life will change literally heard if you go to the meeting or life will change and what I can say is that since then at peeling back process that learning of how tune in to listen to move forward and life with that kind of inner divine presence and knowing has been one of the biggest gifts I think that darkness for waking me up And today you know what. I'm really obsessed with this helping anyone that feels like you know their latest turned off anyone that feels like they're just you know not Fully there yeah and and like. Something's missing I know what that's like and I also know you know that with things. Gratitude on shifting the way you see things things and really tuning in getting quiet listening honoring yourself learning to love who you are and who. You're not those are those are treasures on and they've saved my life. They've changed my life that transformed my life and have given me life and that is so much the passion that fuels who I am today and all that I'm I'm here to do to help others really get who they are get that they are each sacred beings. It's the way I look at it so of grateful today I you know. Gratitude is a huge part of my existence I tune into every single morning in structured way and I also try to do it as often as possible in in a nonstructured wave. I talk out loud to myself so anyhow hopefully that fills in the gap a little bit. Give a little more kind of Sense of of WHO I am I. Just I'm I'm grateful to be here and I hope anything I say might my intention is always that you know. At least whoever's listening gets at least at least something impactful that can help transform your life today. So that's that's where I'm coming from mutiple I think you described it Very well and very very interesting Lack especially the sparked about How you came to this idea of becoming the US issue because yeah we sometimes forget to be ourselves when we are surrounded by people and everyone might want this is to be in a certain way? And how do we do that. How do we get back to WHO WE ARE EXACTLY I? You know it's interesting. I I really feel like what I'm learning and my i. It's funny I always say like I'm so grateful to be older every year because there's just more wisdom it's like wisdom with you know just keeps adding up. It's like A. It's like a great wine. You know it gets better and better each year and I do think that You know part of what is needed and called for tuning in to your bestself your your authentic self your truest you your. US issue like you said what I call. It is kind of the opposite of what our society in culture and world is telling us which is to do more right like we're always in shown on people that are keeping track of goals and being productive and crashing and doing things and I'm not against that I'm I'm a fire sign I am all about getting getting San however you know and I say that kind of laughing jokingly although I do I do pretty much I love everything I read about my sign. I'm like bow. That is me too so you know but but I really think what's needed and what's been called for on a massive level. Not just you know not just for me not just for anyone listening but like at a global level is is really more of it is more in the realm of of being of being still of that receptivity of reflection election Going within getting quiet. It's actually the opposite. It's you know it can feel very frenzied to me like a few anyone listening into social shaw media or TV media. There's a lot being thrown at us. I really think becoming your you issue. A piece of that is wanting to get still unquiet. You've got to be able to hear and listen and feel or sense wherever your way of in tooting as You know being meditating. I have a process I have two books called get a PhD anew and there's just broke it down by joke was after I went to all of this meetings and recovery and support group working with a therapist and a coach and a sponsor I mean like fifty grand of therapy and all of that. There is a day that I went to a super group that came away away with a friend and I said my gosh I feel like I just got a PhD in my saw Al Guy Literally for once feel like I've got a sense in so I have a really simple method thet it's just. PhD just liked the plan words. I think that we get PhD in topics and study everything but ourselves. So for me You know it's really looking at the past. What has worked? Well what are your strengths. What are your gifts? Let's focus on where he thrived. Not where you suck where you're doing well and then bring that forward to the present. What is working well right now? What are you hearing what? He's seeing. What he feeling get really close to that present moment? You're kind of carrying in her. Saying the gifts of the the past you're bringing them to the president and then designing your dreams your desires for the future PD. And so really going within. And I have a guided meditation to do that Ad. And even if you don't have the meditation could just be listening to music or being still in really letting yourself imagine what what is what do you want your life to feel like and be like six months a year here five years from now let yourself really take the best of the best. In the past. From who you are now your strengths your brilliance and then create it going forward on and that that's not the only thing that I think that's an important process because we often are in the past looking at what didn't work and how we screwed up. I know this very well myself. Or we're looking into the future with fear and doubt and so I can just tell you what's worked for me is kind of putting that on its head and looking at life and and who you are a is a sacred and divine being or whatever words. Were three you as someone who's here with the purpose the passion and then be it's really league. How do I tap into my my gifts but I came here to share with all have him everybody? Everyone listening we all have that. We all have unique ones that you know charging you have certain gifts that only you have and I have certain gift. Only I haven't we. I believe really. The goal is to listen and tune into them and then to to live by those and share those that I think would create a very very different world a very different place to live in. If we were tuning into that way of being and notice I said being not doing even even though I often get caught up in doing you know the human doing versus the human being. So yeah. That's a little little bit on where you can start. Yeah sure sure Many of the things of the perspectives. That you just shared For instance the fact that It's very important to look in the past and see those things like be grateful for the things in which hugh at which you were great and appreciate yourself or for your Accomplishments and for the qualities that you who had been in certain moments because that actually helps says seed them otherwise we just think about experiences his from the past and we think. How stupid stupid was I to do? Not Door and in all kinds of things of this nature. That aren't really. We helping us in getting to a better place. Isn't it well and I think you brought up something really really important. which is I mean I see the I see a gratitude is kind of like it's almost like the magic wand or the thing elixir like when you when you use the ingredient radiant of gratitude? Let's say it's like you're making a soup. You're making a dish like if you forget salt usually it's kind of. It's really messing something or you know that primary. Hi Mary Ingredient to me. It's really that that that more of the most important gradients that activates whatever you're thinking about being grateful for it activates it in a way it. It kind of acts in this way that it makes it I feel like even in even more. There's even more appreciation gratitude and then what I've seen is like attracts tracks like even more comes from that. I also think I don't know I noticed. I said it earlier but even to just be grateful. Sometimes you need a little perspective have sometimes in a for me. I just had this recently. I do a lot of reflection and journaling and I was looking at a thought that I had About Myself It was around worthiness and I realized. Oh my gosh thought like this feeling of had. It probably started somewhere in childhood relating to my dad and you know he struggled with A lot of financial issues in undiagnosed attention deficit disorder and PTSD. From being in Vietnam in the military I mean just a lot of. He's a wonderful wonderful. Well here's a wonderful dad and there's a lot of like under that sadness and I picked up a lot of it and I took it on my own and it took a while but I I had this feeling of gratitude because I had seen it and I could think that experience for helping to give me that fuel for who I am today and so so you know I think using gratitude when you can step back and observe and say okay. You know what I really wish that. That had not happened With my dad or you know whatever the circumstances uh-huh chances But being able to add gratitude for what the lesson is that can change the entire experience in your entire way of interpreting it so so I mean for me gratitude. And you're all about this. It's it's the select. Sir You know and I think it sh- when use it you know you don't have to use it sparingly like use it as much as you want it it. It never goes bad. Never runs out. I mean it just keeps to me. It's when in doubt go to gratitude on their full wonderful for a totally shared belief. And I think it's it's a very interesting and important point here you got to basically gratitude empowers us in those situations in which we might feel like a victim we might feel. That life happened to us and There's nothing nothing for for us to do about it and we we were just born this way and that's exactly yeah I am a quick memory. Came up is that okay. I can share really really quickly Sure sure it has to remember for those gone to college. Not everyone does I ended up going to college halfway through I loved where I went to schools. Is An upstate. New York Just beautiful campus community loved courses. And I'm I'm like a one of those nerds. I love to learn. I Love School. I could be in school if I could be in school for us in my life I see life as as as a school. I love learning so I was like in love with everything to do my experience at this university and my mom called me and basically said this is i. Think my beginning of my junior year. And she's like Julie You know unfortunately dad that of a job again he. He doesn't his business folded missiles. Like I heard this many times You were not going to be able to send you back. I didn't have enough financial aid at that point. I was working. I I think three jobs. I'm not kidding. Three jobs on top of school and that didn't cover it and she's like we we can't afford it and It was really upsetting. Like even just thinking about it makes me wanNA cry of so I was like okay. That is not an option and I doug within and you know I was very. We were very lucky. I just said okay. What are the options? Who in our life might be able to help or like an? Where can I be grateful for this experience and I just had this memory or are all of a sudden I said to my mom. You know we had this this this amazing relative a great night. WHO's extremely generous? Who you know? Her husband had a very successful business and she gave a lot to charity and did a lot to help humanity and I just thought you know this is uncomfortable but I could ask her. You know as a loan And let me just tell you. It was an enormous enormous amount of money. Had never done anything like that. It was nineteen years old. And I'll tell you what I called her out of the blue but senior and ten years in his like literally one of the most uncomfortable oh moments in my life but I called her and I said listen I wanNA share with you. This is what's going on. I'm in love with school. You know if there's any way you can loaned me the money it would just I can't even tell you the difference. It would make And she ended up loaning money and I paid her back. I'm not kidding after like during school after school I think it was like one hundred bucks. That's what I could do and I started to up it and then She three for years after I graduated. She she actually don't want you to pay me back anymore as a gift. And here's the other thing I was. I was so grateful to her anyhow. I was planning to pay it. I didn't know how but it brought me really close to her and an entire Part of my family. I really didn't know all of my second cousins so because of this experience of so uncomfortable. Embarrassing Humiliating I felt like sick to my stomach but it was such a gift and it brought family in my life that I'm now close with and I learned you know in had gratitude for someone who so generous so so such gifts came out of that That did not feel like that at the moment. Let me tell you very yeah so anyhow just just an experience that I think highlights that yeah. Thank you for sharing that because I can totally relate. It's it's so interesting how we have these experiences in which we we are in a situation where we really really need help and we are vulnerable and somehow we had had the courage to ask someone for help and it's not very easy because usually these kinds of situations are Like I have to do with that part. which is Is Hard for us to ask for help in you know like If it's about money or about help with moving things or physical things and it's so interesting how how grateful we get to feel once we do that and once we we again that help and we get that problem solved even even though in that moment it really isn't something that we can really believe in like with all of our hearts it something acting like that. We are a bit afraid of a bit. Like you're like you said a bit six too sick to our stomach and it's very on on the edge and the beautiful part. Is that the granted you and that usually comes from that. There's like wow cap. Yeah exactly a beautifully yeah. It was profound. It also gave me the sense of you know. Don't don't take no necessarily as an answer if you really have a strong desire and you believe in it. There's always a way it may present itself differently than you think and there's a way and there's way that often leads to even greater connection and significance in beauty than you would imagine so it was very powerful lesson for me. Yeah beautiful beautiful and I love that. We got to this point because it's it's one of those things that that give it was a lot of gratitude and great opportunity for gratitude because usually when we think gratitude we think about other people And how how they made a difference but sometimes we we have to let them make a difference in our lives. You know like If we if we are like doing a certain extreme and we think that we can Do everything ourselves well. It's it can be really hard to to ask for help and to get to to be grateful for people but when we have little bit of courage and humility Miltie and just openness to ask for help in different situations These kinds of things happen. I'm not saying that they happen all the time but when these things happen they are. They are just amazing. Absolutely absolutely good so I wanted to to get to another part About gratitude with you When did you discover gratitude gratitude? I like you may have known about the concept for awhile but do you remember the first time that you felt grateful. Oh that's a that's a really good question. I mean laughing. 'cause it's always about food with me and what am I I. I have a motive memories of One thing I did was very. I'm very grateful for and knew this growing up. I grew up with a lot of love and You kindness. My parents were very very loving towards me and I so I felt that early on. I'm very I'm very grateful and I knew that. Of course one of my first memories as Mrs so funny In the in the documentary that I did on recovering from food addiction. And it's called hungry for more actually have the scene and it came up right away so I'm GonNa go with it. One of the moments I remember being so grateful was this was like I think my one of my first days in nursery school A group in the Boston area and my dad. It was a crisp autumn day. And my dad took me to nursery. School had my favorite stuffed animal which I still have the way. It's an elephant not a Barrett. Little elephant remember holding a it was wearing like address and of course we went to get doughnuts and I think I got to chocolate covered chocolate chocolate. SPRINKLE donuts I don't know why he let me to donuts when I was four. But that's okay But I just I. It's such a profound memory. It's so funny because I you can remember just a lot of joy and gratitude and love and obviously donuts and my favorite animal and I had my best friend at nursery school. So it's it's a pretty high point moment when I was little I just. That's the first memory that I can like zoom in on their others many others the two But I grew up with a mom who openly also struggled with with emotional over eating food addiction. She was in a support group when I was was like nine or ten. And you know at that time it was really not that cool at all to Be into this personal development stuff so she had a gratitude food journal the abundance. I think it was like I forget what it's called. It's a book about simple abundance. She was until Louise Hay. Who was all about gratitude so it Kinda was raised with Louis? Hey and these incredible you know. He thought leaders that were talking about. Look you can change your life with gratitude and she would have me look in the mirror. It was like a Saturday night live spoof. But she did this. You'd have me look in the mirror myself from Sam grateful for you. I love you and I thought thought it was so hokey and cheesy and I hated it but it the seed was planted and it was. It was actually a gift that later on it was like. Oh that's actually a very wise mm-hmm so I'm very unlucky in that way even when things really often rough and not. Great Internally I did have this the foundation. They planted the soil was was rich with kind of seeds of gratitude. Knowing that that would make a difference. So Yeah yeah that's kind of as I got older. It was lucky to have that the such a beautiful memory and there are so many Like they've sent tricks. Free Free are Aware of them in what you just said I think it's it's a great way of educating children about granted you're even if even if they say or they feel that it might be cheesy right now in ten or twenty years or something. They might actually really appreciate those seeds and they might grow into something beautiful as its As is the case with Julie here and yeah I think it's it's a wonderful wonderfully simple will experience that you just shared that that makes us think about what we are grateful in our life and the things things that we can appreciate than the fact that they don't need to be something like really big that Ned needs to happen in order for for us to be grateful and I think it's. That's a really beautiful and inspiring story. So thank you for that absolutely. Can I add one thing to what you just said because just just I think something's really important. I just noticed I have this inner voice. It's gotten very loud and I was like. Oh that's so right on what you said. which is this is something and again? I think a lot of us are very in tune with these. You know big wins and hitting the milestone and I'm GonNa you know partying and celebrating celebrating when you do XYZ. That's really big and I've actually learned learnings not like I've figured this out but I think learning to do appreciate and celebrate whatever even especially not even especially those small those small little moments that can go unnoticed. What I've been really seeing that when you can start making it a practice to notice like you know getting into my car getting into a car there you go? That's one you know the tree butte were in the time of leaves falling and changing any any the more you can get into that just noticing the small moments I really think that increases life happiness and joy and presence and I think it could be counterintuitive counterculture at times. Because we're so attuned to you know Oh being grateful for the big big big milestones and wins and it's actually the smaller ones so I love what you just said and it made me think about you know this whole idea that what you appreciate appreciate and I have seen that I'm in my own life and with clients. I work with people I connect with. It's just it's it's beautiful the more you can tune into the small moments those little. Oh moments I it's like that to me is where you start seeing the magic of life. Exactly exactly I think they. There's there's a quote from Einstein Feinstein had said something like You can look at life as if everything is a miracle or as if nothing is a miracle and this this works perfectly in this case and I think it's it's a really beautiful way of Looking king at life and making a choice like how do I wanted to live my life like nothing is a miracle or like everything is a miracle. So it's it's really up to us. How how we choose to houches live and how you choose to to see life But since concern getting to the end of our time together I wanted to ask you about the people in your life like who were the people that made the difference in your life and that you're full for that you'll love to mention All right well I know I mean I try to keep the story. I have a long long list. But you know I would say Some of those that are not on this planet anymore. Like Louise Hay and Wayne Dyer honestly been huge huge. Inspirations and part of my growth and development my first sponsor and Recovery Program Pala My Mom who's the most positive person person on the planet I feel like I have so many dear friends that are you know just that that you know my best friend Meg. I've known since I was five. Who's always in the late? Yeah just you know my husband. He who's always reflects the best of me and and frankly frankly I feel like People that haven't met yet like truly like Oprah who I grew up with and and just watched her go from her her story of poverty and abuse to where she is. She's a late for me and and so many others And then I'm grateful to myself for tuning into my best self and you know what I call my missed me like. I really am grateful that I decided to while beyond great fly decided to go to that meeting being not Not ended and Yeah just jaw an an an. Obviously you know so many so many of those the are just there have been a stand for me and for my bass and that has shown you know my great aunt who helped me through college. there's so many I can't even I can't even name them all Probably the two biggest teachers or my two children two children and I would say that gratitude for experiencing that is is beyond and Beyond measure no words And really it really grateful to be here today. I hope this helps us added value anyone that tunes. Then you know. Got Some inspiration or wisdom or something that spoke to them That's always again. My intention is to make an impact in how people to be more awake in love. Their lives lives. Be grateful so thank you charging this really fun. My pleasure my pleasure and I think you you got to very interesting interesting point that I think it's very important for us to to be grateful for ourselves. As well like for for the fact that we for instance when it comes to the gratitude seekers that they chose to spend this time with us and spend the time focusing on gratitude commissioning two inspiring stories about gratitude. It's I think it's it's an amazing thing to to choose that for yourself and This is just an example of what we can be grateful for when it comes to ourselves and Sometimes we need bat recognition net appreciation. And you we don't get it as much as we want. Sometimes and it's very three amazing to be able to give it to ourselves and very powerful absolutely so important probably the most important thing I believe each of us can do is to really get You know we live with ourselves. The rest of her life is to get you know how much of a sacred secret being you are. I am mistakes and all. There's no perfection anyhow but really getting not I I think that deep gratitude for just what is it like one and fourteen trillion chances of being alive. Something crazy like that to me. I mean you say that it's like there's there's no jack up the mic there like I've got gratitude to last me the rest of my life with I'm one of fourteen trillion. You're one a fourteen trillion possibilities so you know it's remembering that and that's that's a lot of what I've been working on Is Remembering that and living that from that place very different amazing. Yeah I really didn't think about bond that much but when when I heard it from you it it made a lot of sense that this is really a unique gift and like the the probability of being alive is is very slim and numerous we are here and just the fact that we are here is is something amazing zinc so let our audience know where they can find you where they can get in touch. Sure yeah the easiest way to find me I. I have a website which is just my name. It's Julie Wrestler Dot Com and it's spelled R. E. I S.. elliara probably have that you can find me. I also actually have a POW could nest ten or fifteen now. Meditations courses incite in classes on insight timer. Which is a beautiful free meditation APP And there's just a ton of different anything you want around own gratitude. Self Love Confidence Energy Healing. I've met a lot there. And you just go to insight timer dot com slash jewelry slur or looked me up I'm on social media. Ah You just look at my name. Look up my name you'll find me catch it really simple And for anyone who would like to do a little more diving into getting a PhD. In Yourself. Off I do have a free book for anyone who is interested. You don't have to of course but if you just go to jewelry slur dot com slash free book Then you get a copy of my first book a PhD in. It's really really really interactive. Lots and lots of questions and activities and I made got it so that it's it's a working book you use it to work through your life and create your best life beautiful beautiful thank you so much for for being here with us and for sharing your stories and your grandkids. Thank you thank you so much. This has been a gift and I I appreciate you and what you're doing and I'm grateful for you. Thank you pay gratitude. Seeker thank you so much for taking the time to listen to this interview. I really appreciate it and if you could think of one person that would also benefit from it. Share it with them. It might actually be inspiration that they need to make their day or maybe even their life much better. Thank you so much once again. This has been Georgia Banta though forget to keep seeking and spreading gratitude. And it's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. 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30 Day Gratitude Challenge - 8/30 Your Best Decision Yet

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

06:44 min | 2 years ago

30 Day Gratitude Challenge - 8/30 Your Best Decision Yet

"It's cutting into your exercise time. It stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between you and the life few onto live CD medic target your pain at its source. It's fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil. Get get back to your life with CBD medic available online and at CBS. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease. Hi gratitude seek are welcome today. Eight of the thirty. They thanksgiving daily experience. What was your worst decision decision? What what was the worst decision that you ever made? Unfortunately I'm sure that it was very easy for you to think about it and and Today I want to balance that out. We usually think over think actually the bad decisions that we make and we we overlook the good decisions that we make. We make lots of good decisions each and every day. We just don't see them because they don't they're not as important for our survival. As are the the bad decision Asian so the brain says okay. You don't need to focus on that it's good. We can carry on and move on with life so today I want to stu to see the good decisions that we made in our life. What is one good decision that you're proud of that a two? You're happy that you did at one point in your life that you still reap the benefits of today. What is that the decision that maybe changed your life or that made your life even more beautiful or that got you out from a really bad period in your life? What is that decision? Appreciate it appreciate yourself Alf for making a good decision on great decision and this is very important because when when we see the good decisions that we make each day or the bigger decisions like the one that you're thinking about right now. We changed the perspective that we have about ourselves. We changed the way we see ourselves. We changed the way we CR cells in regards to decisions. You might have thought of yourself as a bad decision maker but actually if you think about it right you have lots of great decisions that that you made in your in your life and that got you to where you are right now. Sure there were some bad ones But you made some great decisions so if you haven't found it yet think about it. What is that one decision Asian? That was the best decision that you made in your life. Also if you can't find it you can think of the many decisions agents that you take each day like maybe Simple decisions like I duNNo. Maybe buying a pair of shoes or for Choosing choosing to take a walk in the park or take another route to To work or simple things like this that we tend to overlook because they are today and The bad decisions usually have have more negative impact on our lives and we we tend to focus on them more but we make great decisions each and every Sunday. We just have to see them so today. Give thanks for your great decisions. Think about three decisions small mall decisions that you made today or this week. That you're very proud of that you can Pat Yourself on the back for because this is the way to better and better decisions seeing that. You're a good decision maker and that you can trust yourself when making decisions uh-huh so appreciate the good decisions that you make that you made give. Thanks for the results of those decisions. They might have been directly related to your decision or indirectly give. Thanks for the people involved moved in your good decisions appreciate them. Give them as much importance if not more than two the bad decisions. Thank you for making the decision to listen to this episode to share it with your friends with your family and to make this day a day of Thanksgiving. It's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. 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Roundabout Roundup: Queer Eye, Modern Love, and Mom

Parenting Roundabout

08:25 min | 2 years ago

Roundabout Roundup: Queer Eye, Modern Love, and Mom

"Is Your cell phone bill out of control than this is your wake-up call the new track phone wireless gives you unlimited talk and text starting at twenty dollars a month no contract plus unlimited carryover data with active service service. Yup The new track phone wireless. Now Your in control see terms and conditions at Trifon Dot Com. Welcome to around five of the parenting roundabout podcasts for the week of November eleventh. I'm Nicole Eric's nine. He would terry Moro Hello and Catholic. Oh I do. They were taking a break from talking and complaining obsessing and instead shouting out some things other people are doing that. We think you'll find as useful or enjoyable as we do we call this our roundabout Roundup Katherine. Do you WanNa go first with your pick this week. Sure I have have been hearing a lot. About the queer eye reboot that's on net flicks. It's now emmy might even be in. Its third season by now like it's been on for for a while and I've heard people rave about it all the time and I've never watched it but I finally watched it the other day when I was spending hours and hours hours sewing gemstones on right skating dresses. Put that on. I and watched a couple of great British baking shows a couple of Queer eye episodes and it was really sweet. You know and we actually happened to find one where the Dad was the figure skating dad and his his daughter had nominated him to get the queer eye treatment and one of the guys one of the team. I don't know what they call themselves the Fab five. He is like a huge huge figure skating fan so the he went out on the ice. Jonathan vendors that the fat five guy went out on the ice and then they got Michelle Kwan to drop by give give a lesson so anyway it was sweet and and we watched a couple of those and it was nice nice soothing uplifting. TV to have on while you're doing something. which is what I was doing the only a little? Ah that and Nicole. You're have I'M GONNA also shout out a TV show that has been getting a little bit of attention these days it's new. It's a new series on Amazon DOT COM and on their prime option. So if you have prime I guess you can buy it if you don't have prime but it's on prime for free right now but it's called modern love and I believe it's based on a New York Times column about modern love and it like say the episode is its own separate story about Love really essentially whether it's between same sex couple different sex couple. The older younger kids parents. So whatever kind of love story that that was talked about and it's actually really good at each each episode stars actually quite Quite a few famous people like an hathaway and Tina fey. And you know there's a few famous people in in these episodes which makes it even more enjoyable to watch and Yeah they're Kinda cute little stories that talk about different types of love and what People's different experience with love. So it's really it's could series. I mean I have to admit I was binge-watching able I watched it within a day and a half so I got through fairly quick and it's getting good reviews and yeah I recommend it. There's one episode is a little bit kind of an but everything else was was was fun. It was enjoyable very late and check it out. Okay Terry what about you. What do you have this week? Well all all the make it three for TV this week I have not watched much much. TV Than I am not already talking to Catherine about on round two but my daughter has been binging the CBS series mom with Allison Janney and on a ferris. Slow that I watched maybe the first season and a half of and liked very much but as happens with so much. TV for me these days. I just just sort of lost track of it and stopped tuning in and while I Barrett nothing but goodwill I had S- totally stopped watching it but for for some reason she must have been looking on Hulu it looked funny and she is just now completely watching one episode after another after another and really enjoying it so she comes out in the living room and watches. TV that I watch a lot because it's a smart TV in the one in her room isn't so she has to watch it on our computer. So I am also watching more mom than and I have in a while and enjoying it and also is fun in that it makes her a little interested in the West Wing. Because she can't imagine Allison Janney being anybody other than Bonnie so every now and then I'll play a little west wing clip ferber on Youtube in Chicago. She's extremely different. Kerekou Eric Harley. Although I think I did show her the one where. Cj Falls into the pool whiches Bailiwick. And I'm trying to find somewhere the one about her. I told my daughter. Go try to find on Netflix episode with CJ in the Turkeys. I think she would. So there is some you know and maybe the Jackal but let There is some crossover but yes very in many ways very different. So you know this just in L. Janney pretty good actress and so so. That's been a lot of fun and given us something to talk about it and you know she's always she's often like things that are perhaps not age appropriate for her and I'm not sure this really is either. I'm not sure there's a lot of people in their twenties watching the show. I'm not sure that's it's demographic but it's you know it's adult TV very adult in some cases and she is really digging it so gentleman very happier out there and on streaming and Giving something fun to talk about here at our house all right well. That's it for another week of parenting roundabout if you missed any of our earlier episodes this this week. Look them up on Speaker Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts to hear what we have to say about parenting do-overs kids annoying habits and keeping up with trends. You can also find all our episodes at parenting roundabout dot Com and talk back in the comments there on our facebook page or twitter real. Find US at roundabout chat. It can also visit our Amazon shop at Amazon dot com slash slash shop slash toot. We can find links to some of the things that we recommend on our Friday roundups so have a great weekend. And we'll see you back here on Monday Hey there podcast fans. Are you looking for new true crime. podcast checkout gangster. House I the new podcast from imperative. Entertainment Gangster House. Has Everything Hospital Hitman. FBI informants are prison escape of Van Explosion and so much more. I'm Jason Hoke creator of Gangster House and producer. PODCAST mega hits Atlanta Monster. Broken hearts and monster the Zodiac killer. Listen to gangster. 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Better than a Ham Sandwich Gaming

Altered Geek

33:11 min | 2 years ago

Better than a Ham Sandwich Gaming

"It's cutting into your exercise time. It stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between you in the life if you want to live CD medic target your pain at its source. It's fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil. Get get back to your life with CBD medic available online and that CBS these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease. You're tuned in to Steve. Megatonne on altered Geek. Hello and welcome to altered Geek. I'm your host Steve Magnetron Phillips joining me again on this endeavour into the stars of geeked them is Mike. The Birdman Donna and Alex. My God were here on a podcast. Delicious isn't it. And now it's been about three weeks since I've had one of these episodes. I know it's feeling good to be back so I don't know when this is airing presumably this week it is so hopefully you've done your due diligence and have played through the multitude of video games that have come out in the last few weeks and Hey pokemon sword and shield come out this week as well as jet iphone order. Why God is too many frigging games? I don't know how Algebra with guest strand in the game and tastes like seventy hours to get through. I haven't played in a day because there's so many other things that were cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between you and a life you want to live CD medic targets your pain at its source. It's fast acting relief with active ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil. Get back to your life with CD medic available online and at CVS. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent eh disease pertinent. But I'm enjoying the ride I'm going to call it Right now a weirdness. No it's it's Billy Goat Mountain walking delivery simulator twenty nineteen but at least micro transactions. Oh none none on whatsoever and actually present pretty cool social aspects to it but And still in at least my personal opinion the best looking. PS Game so anybody. I his his criticisms have been that there's a translation issue where he was telling people that it might be too hard or different for Americans to understand because it's not the shooter and it wasn't like meant to be rude. I don't think that those are the games that Salman states and it is a very different type of game the most Americans are not reviewing it very favorable. It seems to be doing a little bit better overseas. It's doing really well Canada Europe Anywhere else. The states isn't but it's just a different thing. Europe they're more used to esoteric games and weird puzzle games the closest thing. I can like equate it to be like a shadow of the Colossus. Although it's not shadow in the closets right it's just the idea of it being so different from your regular adventure game. So have you guys heard of A. Since you're talking about like transactions have you heard of a site called the micro transaction dot zone no no k This website MM sites It allows you to search practically any video game and it will tell. Oh you does so like if I look up for instance star Trek online on the website. It'll say it's for. PS Four it's for our PC and xbox one and it says There's multiple categories on there. There's like the the free to play icon is expansive expansions micon minor. DLC ICON It's basically luke boxes You know the in game purchases. There's there's gameplay altering effects with real money the pay for instant upgrades for speeding. Time paid subscription models Other things things weren't needs like a real world thing like an Bebo or It's a multiplayer that contains additional Monetization but single player doesn't I think so like there's these all these different category icons that light up depending on what it is so for Star Trek online free to play no upfront purchase required to begin playing. But then it's got this thing called horse armor that says minor. DLC WITH NO RANDOM IZATION involved new items equipment abilities etc And then it says it's not gambling we swear in it's this loop boxes with randomized contents viable with real money and then it says infinite money whole no upper limit on in game purchases and and then so like those are the ones that are lit up for the game. But you can. You can practically searched like any game it will tell you All of the different different functionalities and features that are involved. What does it say for? Destroying said death stranding. I can't see Tajima. Could you put that in. But then again metal gear solid five at it. So does stranding doesn't have any of those things lit up. Yeah that's what I figured. Pretty pretty clean metal gear did remember. He lost control that game. Yeah and there was the whole Ford base operating thing which is a fun mini game. But it wasn't worth spending money on this metal gear. Five five vied hit the fan pain. Yeah Yeah it's got the horse armor one lead up the infinite money whole lit up the changing the game basically content with gameplay altering effects Bible with real money the speedy instant access upgrades and then By I you'll need a contract. Mike how they said it was his last game but then reality was they basically fired him when it was only eighty percent complete. Yeah Yeah So. They added all those things after he was gone traditionally. He hasn't put anything like that. And those games. He's made his games like one cinematic event. Let's see I wanna say there was things you could download a metal gear solid four but I think they were free. They were only in the online mode. That had nothing to the the main game or download a separate game that used the same assets so that no. I'm talking about you download skins like they were. Yeah Yeah Yeah Ah yeah they were free. They weren't paid at all. Yeah it says It said that a metal gear solid four On this one because it's on the same page said it featured free costuming in game music. DLC But the download servers were shut down But it says is that it's spotless. You can buy the game you own the game full stop. Yeah and that was early in the old like like. PS three era but a lot of games were already implementing crap like that like. I don't mind the pay to win mechanics when they are in like a single player player especially strategy or RPG's when there's no way to interact with somebody else to get an advantage. There are some people that want to experience the story or just clown around in those games and not want to have to put one hundred or two hundred hours in because they the time too. And if you want to spend ten bucks to power south up to Max and then just clown around. That's on you. It doesn't necessarily destroy anything. This part has been edited. Ha You'll never know actually here and you will never know that anything happened between this. nope not at all so speaking of gaming aiming anyway I should be getting soon As long as it shows up this week I should the having within the next week or so a review of a gaming chair so people will have to look out for that. I reviewed won a couple of years ago. Reviewed a D. THE EX-RACER IF my asthma smaller it would have been fantastic. I mean they're great chairs but I know you're getting one from a different company. There's a bunch of ones out right now. 'cause East sports is the hot new thing so it's kind of funny having the the East sports be thing now because when we were kids it was like. Oh you're a loser you play video games and now we're like only were awesome because we play video games. When you're like East Portman all those Koreans playing starcraft after one? That was it like there was nothing like get the occasional madden ball tournament. And then maybe there'd be a hockey tournament for Nhl in candidate uh it was basically madden and start. Get Halo Halo two. I'm talking before blow before Halo really hit it big like early late nineties early two thousands. It was just starcraft and Matt and you'd have like fighting game tournaments occasionally but those were rarely but I do remember madden being pretty big even like in middle school. I remember watching G. G. for when they had that show where they would play unreal tournament. Two Thousand Four. Oh Yeah and then they would just have played two tournaments on there. And I'm like I play that because I eh playing unreal tournament back in ninety nine when it was. You know a new concept well and that's when the tournament was you'd win this computer worth a couple of grand or you'd win like a thousand dollars in prize money not like seventy five grand or one hundred thousand dollars or whatever you can win at someone. No it was it was it was like you know when you're you're younger. You're like like Maryland some money and now you're like man that's a career flow. Yeah me and like this past summer a sixteen year old one the fortnight world company one three million dollars a saw that it's crazy and then a couple of weeks later neither is clinically. He didn't win he did win but no no no. It's just that he's not of age to accept the money Ever Okay you can't you cannot win. But he doesn't qualify because of his Asia. It's considered a job. He signed to a contract act but he wouldn't be allowed to be signed to a contract muscles parents did so it's like in a trust in his name right that he won't get it till he turns a certain age and hopefully his family doesn't macaulay only call commitment. Take all the money and run. Yeah I'm pretty sure he's spending it because I know there are younger. Players for other pro sports pro. Sports organizations nations are spending it would mean the parent. Will the parents be spending their legally not allowed like you don't have signing rights to a contract you're under eighteen. Your parents sign it so that that means he's he's getting like it's trust allowance Guardian allowing them to be a part of it. Yeah and the Guardian in technically can't spend it themselves unless there's a reason like it has to go through a lawyer so it's like here. This kid gets a couple of grand month out of that money to spend them what they want so so they don't buy a whole bunch of Mali. Die Face down on the pool at fourteen. Well that's dramatic and when I'm sorry when I say die face down on the pool. A pool full of Mali. It's just entirely ecstasy pool. Lavar Chevy paint the most interesting mental pictures. You won't face down a pool fully molly. Police Siren tyronn coming out. They're going to drive if they're coming from your place yeah. It wasn't from here but yeah it's it's it's crazy to like just very briefly like the next cawed season for Cod World League. Now that it's tasked to different cities they now have different. Markets like Toronto picked up a professional cod team this year the Tronto Ultra that. I didn't expect thank Lanta. Has Phased clan. Optic gaming is out of Los Angeles. Now Minnesota got a team weirdly enough and the cod buying was something something like twenty million dollars so it is not cheap to run a cause.. And plus that's that's like team salary plus whatever you place in the tournament's tournaments it's it sounds like it's crazy except now you're getting real sponsors and not just mountain doing thereto which nothing wrong with them. But they're not you know high-profile they're not like Budweiser Budweiser or a car. Company sponsors which. You're getting to the point where you can actually have and it's not unheard of for you know like Budweiser to go. Here's twenty five million dollars for the years of sponsorship. Yeah I mean I know there is a place in Philadelphia some kind of an e sports center yeah I think is valued in upwards of fifty million dollars do no surprise if Rogers or bell or part of the Toronto Ultra exactly glee and which means that if you look at one of their satellite or cable channels guarantee you. That bell owns a channel that will be showing the sports itself so they're going to want to sponsor a team that they can heavily put all of the Games on on their own programming. which the IT's basically? It's doubling up as television advertising money so to them. It's no big deal for them to go. Hey Toronto we'll give you ten million dollars a year to have this because we know you're going to have so many million people watching you and we can advertise. It's not just bell. It'd be like all of Belle's products like they're they're TV show whatever they have investments in other products. They'll advertise the crap out of it so it's not crazy money where we're gonNA start seeing crazy money as if it ever gets to the popularity of the UFC or boxing or something or you will. It won't ever football and not in the states but it can it can hit baseball. Might already be at the same level as baseball as as far as viewership goes people really watch a lot of baseball unless it's like near the end of the year But we're football will be a hard catch because in football all you're looking at individual players that are making forty fifty million a year each so with that in mind you've got about ten years years I would say or until data caps go away in the states and high speed. Internet is everywhere when you get to a point where streaming and the popularity thirty of like not just which whatever the future of streaming gaming will be When you get to a point where you're getting five? Ten million viewers every event. Then you're in full sports money money where it's like. Your team can easily be raking in one hundred million dollars a year or more. Yeah it's it's it's kind of funny just just seeing how it's all playing out Just just because like like I mentioned before it. It was such a thing where you were a dork playing games before now. It's such a big big deal playing. You know mental stamina with other other people with just basically moving your fingers. Yeah I I personally. Still don't agree with people that want to drop out of school to do it or go to specifically for gaming because there are some skills that are transferable some of the social skills. But you don't have have it's not real that can transfer to many other things its muscle skill in. It's it's like determination willpower our to do it but at the same time. It's not it's a game. It's especially when like if you're an athlete you means you're you're strong and you can work in many other fields fields. If you're a video game athlete if you seen the way a lot of these people behave Is there a lot of times. They're having social issues when it comes to when they do have to get out of the field. Let's say they age out because Mike didn't they say that there's a a of relatively low cap on the age of of what these medium like. The median age of these players are. Yeah you don't see anybody typically playing into their early thirties ladies because honestly you're reflects a slowdown exempt fast and fortnight. It's fast and cod earn or even fighting games. You're just not in Eh. You're at an age where you start to get real responsibilities where you can't be up in the tournament for twelve hours a day like you might have families have kids you you get to a point where it's it's just it's monotonous and you don't perform as well like you said consider this you now have another thirty years where you have no transferable skills or like and it's one wants some people are really good and they're going to be good at talking about themselves marketing themselves but that doesn't transfer into I cannot have a career in insurance. What's it like you need to have some backup just like most ask anybody in professional sports? Like they usually have things like the end up diversifying lying by owning property or the restaurants or the own. Other businesses franchises They market themselves beyond just the sport that they were in because they kind of need to with these guys you see a lot of them getting out of it and then they. They've literally like they don't they haven't matured pass a certain rate now. That's and that's not like me me just being down or have you seen a lot of people that get out of it the along some of them transfer in the social media unless they have the background to understand understand. What they're doing? Yes you can learn on the ground yes. It is very valuable experience especially managing like twitter channel or social media or youtube but without the schooling. The back it. It's more difficult and you've seen the people that you're talking about. Mike are in our age group. They're the ones that generally had real life experienced before this think about the generation of kids that go. That's my career path. From the time they're nine years old. That barely care about school. They go and then they go to college to learn how to place e- sports and they have no real job. They didn't even flip burgers or anything like that. They just literally do this all all the time. There's like an arrested development involved. They didn't develop into fully foreign people. I fear for them in ten years when they age out of it. Yeah I liked their some streamers that I'm fans of and they're experiencing a slow growth right now or even they're regressing Russell touch and I wonder what they're gonNA do. They do have some background skills. which an hopefully they can use? But other or streamers. I know that they're still fairly successful on to. They can go like there already a licensed tax lawyer so if the Youtube thing doesn't work out I'm a lawyer who cares exactly and this person in their thirties. Yes exactly yeah. It's the kids that are sixteen to twenty four now yes Boned look at Ninja. He killed his career his his career's done. It was this. This is the thing with him Eh. Until I don't know four months ago never heard of the dude. I don't. I never watched the stream and I've never watched his stream either. But what did he do that. That bashed his career. 'cause like I heard about him and then it just didn't. He was the biggest dreamer in the world on twitch millions of people would watch them to the point where he was getting big sponsor bills but go to E. Three he was basically the biggest streaming gaming celebrity in the World Mike he constituted of very large percentage of time on the entire platform basically. What if Cutie Pie was twice or three times as big in his field and not a racist yes basically pupae but but captured captured two or three times the market on twitch and Microsoft offered him millions of dollars to switch over to mixer? He went and he lost ninety. Five five percent of his audience watches. He's lost all of the sponsors. Nobody's watching he's not only has he killed that he he. He moved to mixer and mixers views. Didn't go up at all so well Tibi Fair from what I understand from the data on mixer he does have two million subs ABSU. That's down from his near fifteen million on twitch. The views on mixer are up very slightly anywhere from two to five percent. There's at least he's starting to move but he went. He went there and the day he went. There was dead on arrival. Yeah like basically like his stream would have an like like an average of around fifteen thousand people watching at any given time now. He's I think maybe a couple hundred. Maybe a thousand or something like that. It is it's a fraction of what it should be as for sponsorships. I think he still has some left. Because it's not platform dependent it but he's deleted off twitch like his channels no longer officially there so they basically dear John Them. His value on Microsoft soft is estimated between three and five million dollars per year for the next three years but yeah tanked his career although they have the ability you said you have the ability to get rid of that contract. They want to one of the things he did do. However is he brought mixed her as a platform into the public consciousness by brand association? So maybe they're getting their money's worth through that interpretive data we won't really know until this at least a year while we'll if if they're going to utilize them properly better use at the accident this weekend. Yes if he's not and he's and he's not a huge part of their three platform then. They've lost to them. Yeah Actually I. I would wonder if he'll do another stream dream at New Year's Eve because he did that. Last year he played fortnight's at the New Year's Eve ball dropping. I forget the network but he did. It was sponsored. Richard by twitch so of mixer has the money towards it. I guess we'll wait and see but Another person jumped to mixture. I think shroud jumped. and He's another another. FBI Guy like these are the outliers even though if they're if they're success fails if they were smart with their money. They'll never have to work a day in their life. I do get the feeling though that they're not because when you see the setup where they live and stuff they're living like the money's GonNa last forever. That's a big mistake. Well the thing with them as they don't they yeah they live it up and and that's part of the appeal of them is because people are like. Oh it could be like so and so but it's not you gotta realize that it's it's still like first and foremost a hobby that they're happening to get paid for it. It's in especially with how quickly the Internet turns on each other. It can disappear like that voyage because you have one or two. Controversies controversies and you could be cancelled. Real frigging quick. Well you can say the wrong thing in offend one person wants to hold domino going down well one really good public thing. That happened in the last year is pro jared and think of him what you will. I think he's a scumbag. And you can put me the on record with that. He had all these major associations now and as far as I know none of the major companies have talked about him since and he had. DND behind them. which is wizards of the coast which is Hasbro all those streams down in Los Angeles he was part sort of a thing on twitch? I think he's coming back to. Twitter has come back in the last couple of months so cancel cultures a real thing and it doesn't take much much to get a a thing behind you. I know. Ninja had a controversy a couple years ago where he wouldn't play with female streamers because he didn't want people talking about it because it might offend his wife or some it was something really weird for good reason and a lot of us were like there was I feel like he did it for another reason then made up an excuse and then that excuse was clearly not right and then he got in trouble. Ninjas a kid who has only done this I don't know if he's done anything else. There's no he's like twenty eight so I know he hasn't done a lot like if you look at anybody that has made it for themselves and has become super-rich you know what they do. If you're if you're super rich like a movie star You keep the House and all that but people that have a good business plan. Live in a modest oddest home. They drive like the some of the richest people on the planet. They don't drive a used car. Yeah because that doesn't matter to them they WANNA hold. Don't do whatever they want with the money but like what they're not realizing when this money is gone when their fame has gone the way to fall back plan the way they they're taxed for the next several years is based on what your last few years income has been so if you you go from making three or four million dollars a year from twitch or from mixer and then it's gone guess what next year is next year even if you have zero income. You're so now paying seven hundred thousand million dollars in taxes and if you don't WanNa pay that and you can't pay that you're doing time Wesley Snipes. It happens to movie stars even your base your taxes for many many times especially it like. It's it's a good thing that that a lot of these streamers have no wives or husbands because if they were to get divorced they would be paying them based on the lifestyle. They became accustomed to so you know what the secret is. If you're married and your and you want to get into streaming live in a modest home live four live. Poor lives is like it's your last dollar. Yeah I know that are successful. They live within their means. They're very smart with their money. The only guy know that I would consider spent extravagant. Bought two Nice cars. But they're known the last one guy bought a tesla and because he's in big into the amount and the other guy bought a Chevy Tahoe. I think it is but I think if things go bottoms up. He's got a background. They're not they're they're not letting muscle cars and they're not you know stupid. Ferraris you know what I mean. There's plenty of three million dollar signing bonus. I'm going to buy myself a Ferrari. Are You fucked act. You could buy a couple homes like there's one guy there's one girl I follow on instagram. and She just randomly bought a dodge charger. which like some kind of really expensive Ford Muscle car and I'm thinking and you only do Patriot on? How are you a forty forty this because they think the money's GonNa last forever and that we're getting like this is why if you're going to be a streamer dreamer or you're going to be a content creator? You're going to be an independent contractor work on your own you need to do. It doesn't have to be like years in college. You need to take take two or three. Very basic continuing education courses one on accounting basic personal finance and accounting one on how how to run your own business basically general business course and then take one on marketing. If you take those three courses you'll get enough that you will know when you're in over your head and actually they hire somebody to help you and that person will tell you. Do Not buy stupid car when you have no collateral. That's why when you you get to be like a much older. You're like able to pay cash for a used car. Yup It's like you're not dumb about it. Yeah because we bought a used car car recently and we paid cash and got a good deal on it so I mean that's what we've been doing for the last three cars we buy them used and we pay cash and that's cash is king and having a nice car. Having Nice things is aesthetically. Nice but I've always been more for like is it functional functional and is a comfortable and if those two are there and it happens to be something. That's visually appealing then. Cool bonus and if not drive that hunker could shit until it doesn't work anymore because at least it's getting you for pointing to point B. and you didn't waste money recklessly on it. Well it's like. It's like our mini van. We bought got removed. It's got a couple of dimples than it has got like one little slight gouge in the front bumper clip but other than that like the paints. It's all there. The vehicles functional. Everything's Nice on the inside. Does it really matter. It's the outside. It's GonNa get peppered with hail anyway at some point and and then when that happens because Colorado gets hit with hail a lot Because the elevation they come down lake golf balls or baseballs so Yeah insurance pays all that so if that happens and then get new bodywork anyway but But yeah I mean it's it. Yeah it people. Just don't thank ahead when it comes to any of that and the Internet is fickle and you need to but hey it's better than a ham surge yes. Is that the ending point for this episode. Yes I think so better than. Don't spend your money like a moron and so how can the good people get a hold of you online. Well if you're looking for me you can find me. You can find the show at this week in Geek but it's GonNa waterfall my personal account at Birdman dot on instagram and twitter. Do you respond to everybody and Yeah always around on the interwebs in some capacity. I'm basically you can contact me through the same way Or Alex this week dot net. That's the email deadliest twig contrary to Michael. If you're an idiot and Duisburg I will destroy you online. I will go nuclear. I'm the nuclear structural spar. Exactly Stroke I. I don't do it just for fun but if you're going to be a moron I will call you out any will to so I can be found on the twitter and pretty much. That's where I hang out at. Sap Twenty one so until next time Gigi with altered gates. Hey there podcast fans. Are you looking for a new true crime. podcast checkout gangster. Thanks to house the new podcast from imperative. Entertainment Gangster House. Has Everything Hospital Hitman. FBI informants are prison escape of Van Explosion Asian and so much more. 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These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease different branches than New York. Branch had some San Francisco. Minnesota branch had all different jurisdictions that they communicated with. There's something and this one. You're assuming I know what you're talking about okay to you know. What was the evidence that you had that they were communicating? Because something happened what happened that was coordinated. What were you looking at? The old that I was looking at was was some kind of I forgot some kind of jurisdiction or something that they communicated with the central banks or they had some kind of interaction directly with them so so like the the local branches that they have twelve branches the Federal Reserve but they were communicating directly with so the New York was communicating directly Norway or Japan Japan. Or whatever whoever they had you know that we're under their jurisdiction to communicate with okay. WHOA WHOA who gave him this jurisdiction you know who decides kids? who gets to tell I menu? Do you lost me at. Hello Okay so this is let me just ask some questions okay. Because that's how I get this figured out. Candidates Central Bank is a parliament controlled central bank at the direction of of their people's representatives. To do what what is there the Federal Reserve is to reduce Unemployment and keep something some. BS thing that they say they do and nobody cares. You know so in Canada. It's the goal is is what changed the color of the money. Make sure the Queen's portrait looks good okay. What are they supposed to do what they say they're supposed to do? I went to the Museum at Bank in Canada just this summer and what it said is the Bank of Canada as opposed to provide stability and keep the purchasing the power of the Canadian dollar oil. I have that they forgot that one. Okay now the Federal Reserve here. What is it it's Unemployment and something else they made up some BS controlling interest rates. I know but that was kind of function of it. Get to set it on. Keep inflation is not two percent inflation unemployment and inflation. That was our main thing I think so. They got a goal they all. We're we're private back at you. Chartered us. Let us be private bank and we don't have any competition we get to do it. We are autonomous. Screw you but we're going to keep inflation down to two percent and unemployment low. That was there thank right yeah. Canada has a thing when we come back what that thing is and then we're going to get the relationships between them and then they have a relationship. Based on what from the fifth letter of Captain Mark First contact with intelligent machines may threaten our existence people fear algorithm algorithms overlords but if machines developed the will to dominate. 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I didn't give a full presentation but I gotTA Say Hello to the crowd couple times but the lot of support the people there are some people they were just like you know love and here in some of the things that were just. We're doing and I just had a table back there and set up my radio which I couldn't do any interviews. We're going to have him coming on because it was in the same room. It was really loud and it just just wanting to work and had been disrupted and so. I didn't do it but got a lot of people we want to talk to. And so donald will be getting them on here directly and and got you know we've talked with Jeb over the years you know many times and had but this is the first time that I because Johnson has been in there Freedom Force which is kind of a a executive group of we're GonNa go whip some ass. Somehow some day some way you know and of the Edwards Concoction and I'm going okay. Well he keeps telling me about it encouraging me with it and so on just like I don't like joining clubs CBS man. You know it said you know I I support you guys. Help them all the time. Do whatever but what is it that this would how it would function. Well we're GONNA talk about that in the next hours along with John Sneezing also 'cause he's been in the middle of it and they're doing some whip but so it's a lot of activists stop all but I got actress. Oh yeah that's one thing. John had to listen for like twelve hours a car ride every Ernie Ernie story of and he goes well. What about a story about that one? Oh and another story in another story. Well we're going to let John Give us his stories because as I needed to he got interested For we need to get him why he wrote the book and then how the book is doing. Got The second book and it's just from as a hobby. Almost almost he was interested in this. I know how it goes. You know a lot of this activism something sparked pitchy off something they were lying to. You wanted to find the truth truth and all of a sudden if you can spell and stuff and speak several languages your write a book. Did you translate it in Nordic no not into no regional. Why Ah too complex? Actually you know what I started to do. All this stuff. I started to learn financial language and all the stuff but I learned it in English. I didn't learn it in a region I so you know the words. Yeah well I I I do know certain aspect. Oh them but it's like basically like me trying to relearn because Norwegian financial language is very different from you know the the the English names and Sohn's that'd be it'll me having to use hours upon hours to actually you know what is this financial word region. The kind of thing stealing. It's that's pretty simple. Actually see the thing is like you go well the currency to buy. What's the Norwegian word for? You know you just go APP stealing. I mean you know so. It's just now transfer it it would be. You could dumb it down. Make It really simple to the bumper stickers and they go thank you because because when they make up a word it's like quantitative easing what the Hell is stealing. I mean you know you see my point. They make up these words and then they'll do it again. They'll make up another word you know they call it the credit default slot. Now that was stealing they found out now stealing. What's what's the next one? Call something else at the same freaking thing. So the eleanor way. They got they skip to the end and got real stealing uh-huh suggestion okay. Now this is what the Federal Reserve has goals and you can go to their own page stability of the dollar. It is Low unemployment and inflation down to two percent. Now then there's some other crap in there you have. But that's basically the main thing how they do in on any of these blue though you printed up money you know while you know. They're they're not doing well on any and of course the inflation part you know that. They tried to manipulate their inflation. Fiddling with calculate inflation you know you had Jim Williams on and I think right where shadow stats dot com. where he shows the ways they use to calculate the monetary supply or or the unemployment oldest oldest out because they they've been fiddling with those numbers not on the numbers that are getting? Today's actually wielded just manipulated to make it look a lot better than his view. You look at the real inflation on his page at least four or five percent higher and so the actual inflation. That's out there that people are seen scene. You know its way hired and no I stopped. See this eating. Okay my brother-in-law's a Moody's Guy Blah Blah Blah. Ask Them. How do you get to ask some government report? I there's your first problem and then he goes. There's a private things like Arthur Andersen comes out and then they get nailed for being lion bankrupting pieces of crap and I'm going. So where is there anybody that actually does any research at these places are use relying on everybody else. Shadow Sets Ryan willies right. He's the guy at the follow all of you. Want the real information shadow status okay. Yeah I had him on like last earm- something say yeah so these guys come on air assuming I I give him an opportunity explains into the audience and me if I can keep some brain cells together but you know I'm always distracted. Did we got breaks. It's not like a podcast. That's another thing we're going to start to be doing a lot more podcasts. Or we can just you know jacket and so when I would listen to these people and I'm going I remember when I lost faith in anything that they ever had to say. A lot of it was in the NY forever. I mean just. They're all the crap but I but when it really really hit with me was got it was in ninety tip of my tongue. I was sitting there thinking you know when when it happened. It was that crap. It'll come to me that I no I I I just had it there and I started talking about it whenever they come out with some stat and they say well this is this about that and that and then you find out it was all a lie and it was only to get you to trust them one more time and they're gonNA save you and after a while you just go. I don't believe I remember it was. It was a cola. It was oh five in. Oh four oh five. Doing radio were covering a lot of this stuff. We see it coming coming. We know that there's going to be a big giant reset and they had the cost of living adjustment. They call it the COA and the cost of living adjustment for you do in your retirement and senior citizens on social security and all that based on the cost of living adjustment that was based on on the The Consumer Price Index and on the consumer price index a gauge inflation. They they took out food shelter and fuel they just go. We don't include that as long as you don't live anywhere you don't go anywhere and you don't eat anything anything. There's no inflation so we're not giving you an increase in your retirement benefits because we just changed this number and I go. They just changed numbers. Canadian screwed guy going liars. Canada were forty percent plus off. How much calculate how much it costs were living all ruby talking about report? We'll get how they say they do it but none of it matters. It's all a lie next next hour when you come back Giannis this Mike. Lean from the freedom teams. 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He says states in the watershed including Maryland and Virginia are are pushing to fulfill the EPA's mandate to reduce nitrogen phosphorus and sediment pollution flowing into the Chesapeake by sixty percent by twenty twenty five. I think it's difficult to say whether we'll save it or not but the more positive things to look at is the trend is going that way. We are definitely trending towards a healthier survey as a result of the work. That's going on the Baltimore. Conference comes just a few weeks after governor Larry Hogan called on Congress to fully fund eighty five million dollars of Chesapeake Bay restoration programs in the federal twenty twenty budget. I'm Diane Bernard Reporting and after winning permanent reauthorization for the land and Water Conservation Fund public lads advocates are pressuring leaders in Congress to Fully Fund the program a Senate committee set to vote on a permanent funding bill. 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Call six zero two two six four two thousand eight hundred sixty two two six four twenty eight hundred and now Ernest handcock declare your independence. Okay second letter of Captain Mark. We're GONNA read a portion of this talk about here. We go. Bits of Eight lettera Captain Mark and skip down in the middle here. Data data innovations and communication are erasing borders circumventing restrictions and contributing to a growing pool of open source knowledge. The dauntless experimentation of this emergent decentralized ecosystem has made it possible for for individuals to form peer to peer associations across vast distances outside the scrutiny of the Crown this paradigm shifts signals a change in and the coin of the realm any viable currency must be both liquid and solid liquid. meaning that's ease of use that the visibility and transfer ability solid solid meaning they longevity of its value. It's persevere persevere a purser ability preservability thank you and stability ability long ago. Markets chose gold. It's solid and dad. It scares never corrodes and possesses valuable utility. And it's liquid in that it's it's visible without depreciation making it easy to standardize and exchange today. The crown produces a fraudulent fraudulent paper currency and mandates use. It makes up for paper being less solid by making it more. Liquid constant inflation depreciates the value. Yeah well an ecosystem of privateers compete to extend the life of the lie credit cards and online payment systems. Transfer huge sums of digital wealth. That was never even printed but like any skulduggery it's only useful until the mark wise is up and collapsed becomes a mathematical article certainty and it goes on from there and so on and we're talking about you know what the traits of different currencies digital and gets in there but this is the point they made eight up for it being less solid. There's really nothing there you know by making it really liquid and it's got man we got. We need more liquidity. We got we got gazillions of dollars that we made we liquid poured it all over. We're we're like this big giant bucket under the waterfall fault dispute all over the place okay. That's what's happening and I'm going you have to have where money is actually money of. It's the money and I see this this. This sprint had like quantity and they'll give a crap. It's liquid of what there's no there's no solidness to it. You see my point so I'm going all right. So when they create this you're talking about the financial stability board okay stability. What would make it more liquid? You see my point okay so as we go through all this stuff and we go. Oh I saw the central banks do the Blab Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. It's just plumbing that. In the end when it goes ahead all value the funnel Goldman Sachs Dot Com. Okay explain it to me. These banks in the Central Bank of Canada is linked to the rest of the banks. How then you have London? They're linked to the rest of the banks. How do European Central Bank is linked to the rest of the banks how the Federal Reserve how comes back to the you know the Bank of International Settlements and then I remember back in got it was like oh seven eight when we were talking talking about audit the Fed audit the Fed and the Bank of International Settlements? Have you know I think we might need to audit the Fed for you. I'M GONNA WHOA. WHOA WHOA WHOA? You guys cannot at the Fed who the heck are you guys then. Of course you never see that again. So I'm going anything. We talk about the banking Babba. I need to understand what they're doing what they say they're supposed to do but I don't believe him. What do I have to believe it? Why should I believe anything? So explain in your book back to that when you wrote your book Why why did you write the book? But what were you seeing. That got your interest. You go study these guys I. I wanted to educate people about the Monterey. History in Hollywood repeats itself constantly with this belief that they could roll a medium of exchange and and then over time. There's been some systems that they all. We're going to make sure that we don't overprint stuff. But every single time you know there's people misusing misusing it and then printing through March and user for war. Whatever they do and it's gets misused and suddenly while I and I'll nod valuable so then they create a financial stability board? Well yeah that's that's a whole new thing in our right where it's International Central Bank Corporation because God of international and it's all of them together. We must going to get it fixed now. But that's the their belief though. Is that their belief. That's our con- Oh yeah y one hundred percent. It's it's that. They think that they could rip everybody off now instead of just one local central bank now we have a central control unit the financial stability where we're gonNA make all rules regulations garbage. Push out to all these other central banks and then you know like if all you're struggling bank of Japan you know you print in an is stop and so just I. It's become was normally prince. You know the the book on this collusion. I believe where she you know in detail. Tale went into his like. Oh yeah these banks are doing this and is in this. But they're all you know working together because when you are not printing when it looks fine hair you know another one is doing it. So so it's it's a constant push for you know continuing this circle but now they've gotten better at it because they didn't use to be so that you know international the National Corporation between themselves. But now everybody's like Oh. Yeah he's he you print Dover Air and so one thing it's coordinated aided and kind of come now they're arranging the deck chairs on the titanic and they're really straight rows and they got the fiddles and right place and the bassoon over there and make beautiful music symphony. Well yeah the tragedy while they push it out to you counting the securities and everything everything around the world and insurance and banking like all of these gets regulation know their local setting bodies they call them and then yeah get laws that you know you. The bailing laws came out of their anti bitcoin. Laws that got put forward came through there and a whole bunch of these living. Will they call it. You know how bank could assault properly properly when it fails all this. Crap came out of the Financial Stability Board but it was created back in like actually by Mario Draghi would call the actual stability ability for him. I believe so Mario Draghi now. Okay Mario Draghi. I hear this day. Yeah wasn't he. World was the International Donald Trump. Any lagarde to go. He's one be something he was the head of the before you okay. And then he just laughed Lagarde became yes. Sep from the World Bank or something from IMF. I'm Ed so she's IMF she goes to and Dragages left TCP and left her a nice little masters she gets blamed for whatever I don't think she's GonNa she's GonNa try to print just sobered in amount of money like this thing they can do. I need to go yet. But that's don't worry about that because we created a financial stability board. Yeah see I just don't care it's just it's done man Dun Dun Dun Dun Dun so all right so here we now the one guy. That was the Canadian. Central Bank guy went to London or something who is at Kearney. Danny took over to financial stability where to get it. Okay and what did he do at Jackson hole this summer in Wyoming. When he got there what do we? We need a crypto yet. You feel you feel shut up. 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How much more do I got scratched surface? Okay here's a had of the Canadian Central Bank. He leaves the Canadian Central Bank and goes to London. I'll be the head of Banco England the head of the Bank of England. They're all one big happy family. Okay still there. So then he leaves. The Bank of England go to Jackson Wyoming this summer to talk to the boys is the boys and girls sitting there going around the world and doing kind of in the banking thing of you know the guys you know. They're the ones that you know. You know what I'm talking about. They're gonNA have their little meeting. Ritual can whatever it was looking for up in Jackson Hawaii. I think it was last year before I could find them or deepen the mountain. Yeah no no no they have no guarantee that worry about that. Yeah so so. He goes to Jackson hole and he's addressing. This becomes you know they don't release the news other than what they want you to release the news up and he come up and they say yeah we're going to have to have a digital currency and we're all digital results World Digital Reserve Myo. They even throw that word where they it just be. SME So you have a world currency digital and they were pushing like facebook Lieber. Libra starts getting a bunch of tension inch. And then you get somebody to say. Bake all mastercard all these our oh man we're kind of down then they start pulling they go man EH I. I think we're not going going to stop them. Hail no levers common man or something like Jazz Project Jasper remember we're talking about Canada's project Jasper blockchain ripple you know how they got okay ripple the big thing about ripples got gazillion billion trillions of them and I think more of them to just keep making 'em so I don't know why they would go up in value. Everybody's we'll get RIPA made a bunch. I'm going don't be stupid stupid man. They're not even a pretend on those rip off because ripple what it was off. Phoenix crypto. Here you know the Doug Hodges judges you know does the ATM's stop need to do transactions and everything and he had it because everybody was asking about ripple he had a shirt and it had his thing. You know. Phoenix I crypto. Don't ask me about ripple made shirts for me and don't ask me about ripple. I'm of Phoenix. CRYPTO trading don't ask me about ripple now we have our local crypto to as well and when we have a ripple guy comes in you know the gets publicly because we knew that AH in the second letter of Captain Mark Going the details about what these digital currencies have to have to mimic you know. They have to be scared if they have to be eligible. They have to be you know that kind of thing and There is a there is a place for some cryptos. I mean if it's in the people's hands and it's decentralized and there's no central Bam well what are they going to do. They're going to do the same thing it's going to look looked go smell. It's GonNa taste you know seem to grandma just buttoning we got customer service and all that kind of stuff but it's not gonna be the same thing it's just GonNa be. We just printed the bunch of money the into existence and you know push a button and there it is well ripple is that ripples just using digital distributed ledger. Nicola Technology I don't it doesn't matter. It's what they really are doing is it is digital pairing wallets. It's security for big banks to move big money quickly because blockchain is really good at securely taken this here and put it in over there so they are able to do you know how do you do you wire some money you. It's I can show you a fifty gazillion action adventure Thriller Bank Robbery Movies of how they screw John Wire transfer that is not possible. There's a lot more difficult using a digital parag crypto currency which is ripple really like tether it's tied to the value of the dollar and how whatever these things are more secure and easy for them to move large sums of money securely. That's what it's four is a vehicle. It's not a currency see itself. It helps move value between banks but because the banks were using net and you can trade it out there people the bags. It must be good. I heard the banks are using his digital. The bags are doing it. We need to buy a bunch of Bay Crypto. Work Baseball. I ah so this is so this guy. Neil Curry man goes to Jackson hole and he says we got an what happens in in the market. cryptos gum lear. We need to get some and we're sitting back here going man. You guys are going to do it again. Are they going to do it again. Well well they're gonNa try you know when when all the central bank collapses now they're going to try to buy up all the assets you know. Look at Bank of Japan you know holding eighty six point eleven percent of all the AFC the country. They're gonNA Zolt. I wrote an article back in twenty six. I believe called the bank and the Federal Reserve will own everything than nothing. And that's what they're gonNA do. They GONNA keep on buying assets because even Ben Bernanke you back back in two thousand and two headed speech where he said that you know the Federal Reserve might have to potentially look at expanding their assets that they purchase. Wow Oh yeah so there they have to do this in order to prop it up and then of course I failed. You know they're going to have to have the math and this is gonNA fail it. You know the assets. What's it going? God Man Sorry. Everything sucks right. I've sawyer things suck for everybody but you know we we got it over here. You won't buy it. Yeah wrote a song about like like go. Yeah Okay now you said. ETF Jeff. Japan bought eighty seven percent of the. Wow exploitative yeah yeah yeah whatever wasn't while it's it could be several things so it could be like one of them what we I think. We've talked about this a little bit earlier in the audience electronic transfer AH turning exchange traded fund. Yeah but whatever it is basically could be a just an index which is some shares getting created and that follows the index or. It's it's like gold and silver where they sell you know three four five hundred contracts per physical metal and also. It's the same paper Ponzi scheme. Don't just so you say these things like you know what you're talking about. All right and the units eighty five hundred contracts on. Tell me anything to me. What they what you're saying is that they take one ounce of gold and they sell it five hundred times? Okay not just a contractor a piece. There's five hundred contracts one five hundred silver you know and you should you know could be so you go like this so the point that I'm making it's not like you have five hundred contracts on one ounce of gold in each contract is one five hundred of announcer go no they turned it in five hundred hundred ounces of gold That this is how you turn commodities and real assets into paper is just paper though they would money like they've done it throughout history and there's so many examples of different commodities I used to back these currencies and it did this many times. Okay okay now in Japan Cornell followed through because you say this stuff and the people go. Oh yeah well that sounds you know repeat it and then somebody ask them a question. I don't know you know so. Let's make sure the audience knows what's going on is the ATF stands for what Exchange Traded Fund okay. Exchange traded funds Exchange Traded Fund is based on the value of some underlying weather number. Literally you could could trade that temperature. Whatever you take? It's going to be in you anything you just make it up okay. So what they we did it go gold and silver because it because people like gold. It's just cool. We're going to go gold. We have an electronic trading fund on the value of gold. And we're going to buy into it understand and gazillion contracts on what it means nothing when we come back. We're going to find out why Japan the government has bought much of these. Why who got the money? What's the value of Wendy? What's going to happen now? Wines pay attention from the first letter of Doctor Juris Barber. I've healed. Many landlubbers could have healed countless more. If they were willing to break the law to preserve themselves the crown required that I obey leaching privateers. Who didn't share my oath to do harm? I was forbidden from discussing the treatments. 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That's Shire Society. Dot Com some of our live shows are streamed hd on twitch please follow share at twitch dot L. Dot FM that's I twitch dot dot. FM There are those that just want to be left alone and those that just won't leave them alone along. Which one are you the earnest handcock show? Yeah you know what's going GonNa Happen. And what are you GONNA do. Are we going to get fooled again. Probably we woke. Get fooled again. Well who's as we all right. So the panting I wanna I wanNA finish this up a ETF stands for. I don't care what it's traded traded fund is Straight Exchange Traded Fund. So what are they. Each one of those words mean exchange. So it's on the exchange somewhere knits traded on an exchange. And it's supposed to get her. You know a whole bunch of assets supposed to gather a whole bunch assets into so that's how it's a fund I wanNA know how what does the Word Fund mean. It's a fund. Yeah well I think the meaning is that you know. There's a whole bunch of things in this thing that fund it's funded. Yeah we got a fund. I got a pocket fund. Let me put out some funds okay. So it's it's supposed to be assets it's supposed to be it's a fund fund it. I got fund. I gotTa Look Up Fund. What did that fund these were? They made fun. I got fund all right so Exchange Traded Fund. Japan comes in say one we got a whole bunch of these funds that is a list of assets but it's not even an asset Zap. It's a fund that they put in based on the promise or some index of a derived from maybe kind of so when you're doing a gold old. ETF Exchange Traded Fund off. What does it even have any golden walls on doesn't even in half they could settle the gets in the contracts that had settled in cash if dad when it fails so yeah whoever what cash based on what what no based on that you didn't somebody else will give it to him? So this is the two things with the gold. It's let me have to remember what does is it get now. Because it's the wild since I looked into the the word is secured and unsecured aura. I forgot exactly the term but what it is one of them is just a pool of gold that anybody could own the other one is actually. There's some funds out that you actually physically owned this piece of gold but with the GOP. Yeah no no no. There's no that's what I'm talking about jail dee and what's the one for Silver Selvi S. L. D. S. L. D. V. V. L. D. Okay. where's their vault? While they're walt is part of the Comex Wall. which is I believe in New York so they actually have evolved? Yeah there's some golden yeah. There is a goal how much percentage will what percentage you know if you lose your limit. Did they say we got this much. Chow much what the experts said you know if you look at the experts. I can't go to Brigham brochure or something while you got to look at the whole bunch charts and how you're killing Alemi man. Etf of sorry okay doing an ETF of exchange change traded fund. I gotTa Fund and I got G. L. D. that says it's fun for gold. Yeah is there gold. Yes there's okay. How much gold? And how do they know what they're trading of of the gold. I mean is it one. For every ounce of gold. We have the London. Prices fixed of this is how much we're selling. Whatever then I might as well just put it in my safe or there are a lot of times like Morgan? I think it was JP Morgan that they were paying them to hold their physical gold and a guy it goes in this was like five six years ago and he goes all right. I'm paying you X.. Amount per cent gazillions of dollars to hold my gold. I want my gold gold right now giving my gold and they go well was here a second ago next to my haw they had to actually go and purchase it and get it and he goes wait a minute. You're not holding building. My physical gold like a contract says well this why the hell am I paying you. Hold my goal. You see my point. One hundred percent dance. Got This whole thing so I'm going all right G. L. D. is how much gold they pinky swear. Say that they got based in this all stuff. Where is that so I got well? I got the proximate percentage wise. You know let's say that they had the five hundred contracts that they sold five hundred rounds of this will only one but so that would be zero point. Two percent goal zero their reserve zero point two percent. That's actual physical metal metal that the what that means that's kind of like saying you gotta go based currency and you got one of those perfume atomised spraying it on the bill. What they've done with with other gold based currencies in? US history is exactly yeah. They Fiat it. They turned it into paper. They got a little bit to say it's because gold old leaf can cover all big surface area to go but it looks really gold. That whole top. I got a golden roof. Yeah we'll look at what happened to Netherlands nedlands recently in Germany. They tried to Patriot the goal but Guevara's w owned what happened to the other ones are asking. The Federal Reserve in New York that holds old International National Day did over like a seven year period for them to get their gold back and remember good Duffy and Libya. You know where that gold never got. sent back to the Libyan people that's at the New York Fed reserve a private institution. Yeah and of course ores go you need to put it on a boat and send. Yeah well maybe maybe a little bit of that Golden. Yeah well I remember. That was another other thing that we were keeping track. Damn conspiracy. punk Ston is very close to the atomic weight and density of gold. I mean really really within fractions of a percent it is just because when you have a certain amount of space gold's very heavy. It's very dense. Probably I didn't know it's like waste wasteland extremely heavy I held some like four hundred ounce bars that Minton Catalan forgot Gary. This is way I thought it was close. We'll turn led to kind of crap. No it's way heavier than lead. I didn't know how much so you have. Gold it's it's really dent will tungsten hunks. Tin is almost identical. Why I have no idea because it is all right? So what they do. is they know what a bar ways. So they played it in gold. Or they'll put like a sixteenth inch of melted gold over some tungsten. Now put them in the vault and they were going China we want all our gold back. Oh and we're testing it team at. I hate when they do that and they find it. Well who should be very very quiet. We'll give you a whole bunch of We'll give you a bunch of yeah we'll print this money we're here for you and you'll just take a bunch extra. Go Buy some real gold and we'll keep near baby quiet. No that wouldn't happen. That'd be wrong. Okay yeah well. It's older swops. They call them. You know how they actually like basically sold gold to someone and they have these swaps. That don't actually have a lot of the goal. They say that I believe sleep so this I mean no. They're out in the open about it. They own my goodness. It's great 'cause I remember in charge gorgets book that dollar meltdown. He was talking about the end of this first book. He's gone yeah. You need to get the precious metals and he recommended. Just come up with these. ETF's as a mechanism them for you to invest in gold you know from your 401k's and retirement. That's what this thing was about anybody that likes you want gold fine. We got this. We turn golden to some paper gold. You can have from your retired as perfectly legal for you to take all your retirement and put it in this and it's gone now but it said golden okay. It was a G.. L. D. Exchange Traded Fund Okay Electron Create Some Exchange Traded Fund and. Then he's like later he's gone now that I can see what the same thing he'll so I'm going gold and they're just going on. It's like they WANNA have a bitcoin not bitcoin cash. We gotTA Bitcoin. They're just going for the name. This is all just perception. So this goal now. We'll get back to China. Japan Japan buys up all of these with no underlying assets. It's built up into ability trillion of pretend pretend money and now they've given one to one like our treasure Federal Reserve here when they had all these banks had a bunch of crap and then they they just got him dollar for dollar on their debt and bail them out and now. The taxpayer is gone. Yeah that's what they did in the end. Well No of course did they get a again. You know the Federal Reserve will own everything to assets that I talked to you about Bernanke you said and then we'll own nothing because WHO's going to sell. It is going to be no. There's no exit strategy. Look at tribunal cut their balance destroy. Remember remember where you left off there. Okay I won't put it on here. Fed will own everything and then nothing everything then nothing. 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Aw Feared Avirgan here on declare your independence mirrors tonight from the People Studios for freezing up rare. What we're GONNA do Giannis is going to help us out with the Fed? Ed will own everything and then nothing I wanna get that all define like the Fed who's at and they will own own was on main everything what everything and nothing is nothing what I mean. Every one these frequent words I wanNA dissect but I I WANNA talk about silver real quick. Oh there is a silver cosmetic banner banner ad that you'll see on Freedoms Phoenix rotating everywhere. What that is is cosmetics? It's really I wouldn't say this I I personally. I personally am appreciative of the high quality of the colonial. Now no silver of kind of us for not cosmetics. Okay okay it for medicinal uses. Say That out loud. Is that legal. So that's why he puts cosmetic cosmetics wink wink pirate medicine as cosmetics wink wink. It's going on okay. So I just and now does he say of course Gore's naughty Wednesday. That'd be wrong. Dow what the quality I can make L'OREAL silver but he has a method by which he makes it really Nanno small particles adding that and I bring this up because this was a big thing at red pill there are guys there you know. Yeah if you have larger molecules they can kind of get retained and that's where radio people get blue and all that kind of stuff but if you get it well it's you know if you're taking it all day every day which you'll some people do your your maybe blue but you're not sick so avatars cars run around not sick so I'm looking or the navy so I'm going. This has been everything I haven't gone to the doctor other other. Just tastic check whatever for ever and I mean a lot of it is little things any infection or you start to get sick. Oil of Oregano makes a big deal for me anything and now we're getting sick. Everything you some colonial silver seem to take care of business. You know you spray it in the back of your sore throat and that's a physical barrier so my thing I also when I get any cut or I get like a little ear infection or all man yanked knows was here. That's a bad I did. Okay you start getting an infection you need some so this stuff has been you know in your bug out bag of I got got my former case of I'm doing grandkid. Somewhat gets himself over and this is quality stuff. And it's just go check it out. It's Eh stop. You'll see the silver cosmetics there it's Ma- ma- I can't say I can't say medicine that'd be always say l.. WHOA I'm so not he? I've telling you man get yourself some qualities. I'm just saying that because because I it's pirate stuff I just I don't charge. Charge them for the ADS. This is not you know. That's not why I do this. I wanted you to have quality stuff. Now you can make it yourself but are you getting the Nanos stuff and that was really a big big deal at red pillar making a big deal out of that and I'm going this is a guy that knows. How did he do it? Do it go get it. 'cause I doing your solid right here. I'm telling you and then oil Oregano Oil Reagan. One hundred percent all right. Tell us about your experience how you been doing that. I think like four four or five years now I use. It is liquid one under my tongue. You know if I ever get sore throat or anything. It's really just pungent punches right away and it has the function of I. I feel a lot better oil of Oregano because I have friend of mine. He just that's all he does now oil regular. Oh He's just keep going on and on and on and on and on about it then he left us here. Just do it and I used it for. Tried it on like everything and a friend of mine's wife has a rash on her lower neck or chest up there like a collar Area and she just couldn't get rid of it like an infection. It's just a rash and I said tell you try this and see what happens. Next time I saw boom worked on. Yeah Rashes Clean. You can make that claim that actually fixer pirate. Yeah this is why now okay. Now the Fed will own everything and then nothing. What do you mean by that? So what I mean by that. Is that the Bank of Japan has has been doing this for you. Know ever since one thousand nine hundred eighty when they had their peak in their economy. You remember we talked a little bit about how Japanese came in and bought everything in big thing. In in the United States the Japanese taken over and of course their economy collapsed because they added demographic cliff where their population started aging and there was nobody to pick up the slack lacked to get more debt robot. Yeah so we got attacked robots robots. Yeah big camera but so what happened in Japan over time and especially since two thousand aid well. The Bank of Japan has member. We're talking about Ben Bernanke and all we gotta expand the amount of assets ever bind. Bank of Japan is done it you they they hold okay. So let's let's say why was he say why did they do it. And why does he say that. We have to expand for what benefit you know for the Fed. Ou ooh need we all look. We got a bunch more goodies near welcome. I mean what is he talking about what they're trying to do is to just basically trying to do. Stop assets from collapsing. Because that's what would happen. These assets refaeli drops severely price. Because people want to sell them they want to exit out of investments that some of the banks thanks want to get rid of all the bad loans. One hundred percent and bad assets right so what happened in the Bank of Japan holds stocks. They bought stocks directly directly in Switzerland the Swiss National Bank and then the exchanger fund them mass amounts twenty-seven something trillion yen. Whoa Okay Whoa a yen convert? So how much is that in about one hundred and eight or something right now to one in yen okay. So taran seven trade. Chaz that's lot billions and then they hold real estate about real all state and then yeah and then they bought corporate loans so they've been buying whole bunch why were assets because there were failing. Well well now the guy go back to the corporate loans you have a corporation out there. They do their own bonding they got out there and so on and there. Somebody's GONNA lose her ass John it because they're not performing. Well something's wrong. Something's wrong and the Japanese central bank went and bought up corporate debt. Yeah while it's actually there some tiny compared the ECB did the mass upon massive upset Him. Remember the number but way way way more straight. I'm damiler-benz is our Audi or some big Pharma. Somebody something I put out a bunch of people by it and then it's GonNa go and people are going to be bad for something and then and all of a sudden here comes the central bank and they buy up that that. Yeah because yeah because then I said to the failed and so what they do is show freaking what that's it's called. Capitalism one hundred percent hundred percent. It's you know I get back on track. Get Back to Japan. Japan buys up all these Which is the venture to fund Okay Exchange Traded Fund? which can be anything? Obviously they just try to ride from shares in the corporation that you buy into that buy shares in a corporation that is true corporation. All it is is just a fund people's money that bought into something derived from whatever the Hell Vapor of the water molecule one where it is tiny tiny Friday night actually say they did and bitcoin backed and others. You know all we gotta again. Did they actually do The BITCOIN ETF keep going on about it did they finally do it the CBO e you know the I I believe that Comex and those guys sales done any. Jeff Wow look at the freising here. That's because there's both the real one you know. That's that's how that's another thing. What's the real price of gold traded out outside of the US? Ask on the paper price or the re from the six letter of Captain Mark. A pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions. Unfortunately originally the crown presses everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished years ago but the crown still claims to own us. When it comes into into service against our will get sufficient ambition? It would gladly draft thousands of hapless victims to kill or be killed it simply slavery by another name landlubbers routinely commanded to serve the so called justice system in jury duty but before you swell with civic pride. 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Bryce what we're looking at when you do all these you know. Exchange traded funds and turned everything gold into paper. I go I go I see what because was how I heard it. What really got my attention when I stopped paying attention? I don't care what they say is when I started hearing about the leasing of gold gold leasing which is an ETF kind of thing or they can do whatever the hell gold leasing was. You have the gold sitting there and somebody can and kind of say it's theirs and they lease it to show an asset that they've got some kind of tied to some real gold but then a bunch of other people can do the same thing. So it's it's kind of like an ETF kind of deal explain the gold leasing thing to me. I can't remember anymore. I'm not one hundred venture exactly how it works. But it's basically you bore old the the goal to someone and a lot of times actually give out the they've given out the gold already. Sold it to someone. But then they lease the Federal Reserve's to lease it back or any other central bank leases it back to themselves. It looks like it's on their books so they pay a fee to do that or something like that expert on that sounds sounds Li- li- line or really. Well what is it no. It's it's it's not there it shows show it's legal lita rivet of garbage that they're creating all these assets upon assets of on assets. You know like it's fake fake fake fake fake and there's no title fractional real things that right at the the bottom see. This is why you have guys like Mahoney and a lot of people screaming about a lot about silver new this lot with solar really manipulated because silver because it has like value. It's a good conductor. It has a lot of medicinal value. It's a poor man's gold denominations that you can actually expand and stopped stop and these silver dimes that I get never that love. It keeps sending me silver guys. Thank you very much well. I'm I'm going all right uh-huh it's all pretend money so what you were coming across. We were talking. We were driving up the red pill in Mesquite Nevada there which was awesome drive. It's really pretty. I love the desert. It's it's clean so you're saying the real price of gold is being reflected in the rapid shoot up around the world of other currencies but not the US so much because of something. What's going on well? So you had record highs getting hint in every recurrence I think. Even the euro hit a record high in the price in historical terms though what happened with premium the price was that mean Haya what will the prize is. Basically how much does it take to buy ounce goal okay okay so devaluation of the money exactly got so but compared to go compared pair to gold devaluation takes a whole bunch more of currency. Go because you got but not the dollar. Why well with the dollar? What's happening happening is that we got? Well we talked about it. The bunch today. The exchange-traded Funds Silverware. You have only one little physical metal that you sell five hundred times so now you're seeing they could dump like I heard experts. You know talk about all today. They dumped you. Know like a whole year's worth of supply of silver physical legal silver in one contract in one cell in push the price down. So that's how good by more. Yeah well yeah. It's great in the United States actually at the silver because it sold super undervalued in gold as well because they artificially pushed on the price by having all these fake paper contracts contracts on top of it. Okay why why. They've done these schemes old like ever since the goldsmiths. Oh we have all you know keep notes. That's this whole scab has been going on. Ever since man you know invented that they could have the passer sir record stored is gold and then be able to then lend out I. Oh you don't want to what purpose it it's where are they making their profit. Where are they coming out? Ahead had wire fees fees fees. And they're just going. Yeah fractions. That's the banks. Make their money through be sent through the little bit of interest they make you know. That's why he's suddenly we have you know what's his name Jamie diamond over at J.P. Morgan you'll be in a billionaire you know. One of the things is t zero and MEDICI the developing arm under overstock. Which Patrick Byrne was doing? And when he divest himself everything he's also out of Medici t zero to you. Know he's got those guys. I'm going without him there. I'm not as I'm not as you know warm and fuzzy about what are now we're working. I'm with Medici one of the developers in Raven coin thing and we'll see what happens but the more the more separate. Patrick is from that the less I'm feeling we're we're going to go down the same road here. Yeah that's the problem. You've got these powerful guys that are standing up and really fighting the but then of course you know what happened to him came after after whatever and then you had to you know. He didn't want to destroy stocks. And now is on the sideline any you buy gold silver age on. Yeah this is going to go and when it does you know so I could be a multi bazillionaire and and when it comes to like if you go to New York and you ask one of the top in wealth managers up there to talk to the actual you know this off finally office. It's it's called the ultra wealthy. It's just like going to you. Know a a Sun life financial or investors group. We got them in Canada like an advisor firm MHM but it's for to ultra wealthy people and they usually you know like five to ten percent though your wealth should be in physical metal. Why so low I? I didn't I hold way more than that I know but why so. Why would they even recommend that just so they can say? Aren't you glad when everything else goes to crap. But they're really saying saying. This is my impression as I've talked guys and so on. What they're really saying is is that you have a million dollars? Five to ten percent of that should be in physical gold. The reason is is when everything goes to crap and it would only be two hundred thousand dollars. You're still got your million dollars and I'm going like got no more. Yeah exactly why can I have five million well. Why don't I get your like half of my stuff? I'm liquid to be able to whatever but it's in freaking goal which is exactly what Patrick Byrne did he goes. I get my eighty ninety one hundred million. I get my hundred million dollars. I'm putting their gold silver. I'm good oh Mike Moloney to write has a ton of Golden Silver He. Yeah it's a risk thing but we all know with ask. Risk risk is only how long it's going to take the route. That's a risk risk is come find out what were you gotta take it at your wrist. You're not high did enough time capsule in the middle of freaking desert after you go through Lake Weight and threw him going again. I've lost. We're here it. Is You know that your risk is that you can't find your free time capsule with your gold silver in it that you're it has no yeah underbid. Come and take it at risk risk. But there's not too much risk of it's going to get babble known. Just read history books and you'll find out every single time they have these schemes they will end up losing. And that's what happens every single frigging time and if we think that all. These economists confronted fronted. The Finance Minister Canelo What's his name Renewal Bill? He said that. Oh yeah gold. No interest while this all the rest of Canada's gold central bank and yeah don't worry about it on paper paper trains coming forward. I am so so so oh so so certain certain and we're piddling around on the edges of all this talking about not really understanding. 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Ah Go daddy just being a pain in my butt so John is dealing with that as fast as fast as as fast as you possibly can but I wanted to talk about. JP Morgan hold gold silver from somewhere somewhere. You're going to say about that. Well so what happened is this actually. I think comes back from when Max Kaiser came out after Ab Mauri and what they found out during the two thousand eight crisis as you know it was a bear stearns that they bought up. Had a whole bunch of you know positions that they bet against silver. So well what Max. Kaiser was in. You know he's a smart guy and he said Bowl by ceelo crash debut Morgan and sure enough you know the whole bunch of people started buying Silvino went up to fifty dollars. There's your back in the day there. And so what happened was that they had to actually go up and by physical silver to not be crashed deeply work until now how they actually are the biggest holder in the world of like anybody that holds physical silver in there wolves and they're better off wandered smart decision. I guess. But that's thanks Max you Humaidan holding silver screwed up workout where he thought to all right now. This is all building up to. You had an idea. We're talking last night. And he came up with this great idea and then we were talking about it. And you're having problems with go daddy to their. What in the and you go? Yeah I do it to Barbara sitting there and look at each other and I'm going you need to do it now just gives off our mind you and I need. I WanNa get another one that I'm doing and I I just want to say what it is. They'll say no until Google do this. Donald Trump. I don't know what's going on with but I'm not getting my email to even vigne changed or or forgot or something wrong day but Or me probably me. But this is the idea where you're going to. We're GonNa well actually let me just explain quickly whereas the idea came from you mean Tim. We have a lot of chat and Joe Liberty Shot. And so he does. He's an Ironman are men. You know like he'll get gas. You run a marathon. Your bike Mike. A hundred miles swim two miles amandus. Big John He man the universe. Yeah so well so we spartan race not yet so yeah we talk forth back in. I think I mentioned something about a bank run and then suddenly. He just like light lightbulb in his head. And it's like how about we do bank run actual run an actual physical run. You know where our people go out. Then they go and put on a little bibs whatever and they run and you know it's a bank run but there's little tidbits to. Oh Yeah Burger brainstorming. So one of the key things was to actually mall. If you're going to be a part of the background and you gotTa have to. It's GonNa be free actually not going to charge people but but you're gonNA have to have a receipt and you gotta show that you took up physical money any out of the bank okay. Does your ticket now. How much well you know? Twenty whatever you can afford right like just twenty. That's usually what you can take out of the TAM or or five bucks go through to counter takes out and then you will be eligible. You know for you. You got your little. Do you want a receipt. Why yes I do? That's my entrance me. Okay so you go to the ATM's and Small Town. Well you're Winnipeg. Yeah it's going to be a Winnipeg Winnipeg and you go on because the banks they're just got in. You're bringing attention to this. You wrote a book about it and you go all right. We're going to do a bank run so it'd be downtown and you'll have like bars. He'll stop or you'll have sponsored. This shit is yeah we were just show coming up. That'd be a freedoms Phoenix and a pirate station. Whatever the hell of grog vital give a crap? It'll be awesome. Plus it'd be up there in the summer you during the summer mid July we go to. We Have Jack loop the first weekend in August. We have at the end of June beginning. July is pork fast fast. And then there's you know we'd take some trips to visit some people and I'm going. Yeah it's Kinda like mid July you know we can Uh certainly participate. But we whether we go. We're not I participate. We're GONNA have some fun. Then you got like the Freedom Force guys net griffin group and crowd and then we'll do whatever and pirates originally started yet. It's already a success. Okay so but the thing was you had to get the domain I got was the main guy would the bank run in Dot Com and I got background DOT ORG BANK RUN DOT COM is available the bank round the D. Bank run dot thank run is apparently under construction. Know what they're doing. Whoever near I asked her the bank run DOT COM or bank run DOT? Whatever the hell the allegation okay? So bank run it's a bank run And I got one that I wanna get but I gotta tell you guys freaking go get it because you always do his so anyway away song like all right so you have a bank run and then you have contest. We're costumes or do you want to just be a phone in the party out. It'd be awesome so yeah but what is your entrance fee at sponsors by this kind of nobody be in charge of just go after you because they can. You know we'll get ready but the your entrance fee is you should show would draw slip from an ATM or a bank. And it's just I took out a bank run. And here's my proof that I've part of the bank right. That's awesome. Yeah they need to have that. In Hong Kong in Lebanon and other places it was funny that Hong Kong Bank run with a million people there deposit slips are there withdraw slips the problem. is they talk about it. And then they they don't know who it to target you got to target the week banks now. The people like in in Manitoba. We have a whole bunch of terribly. Tash capitalized banks. That actually physical. Oh cash we're not talking about their cash reserves at the center bank garbage but is actually the physical coins and cash that actually have and hold. Okay now. This is something that you were showing me you have. There's a lot of banks in Winnipeg how many That was like so. The first thing that you saw was actually the major credit unions across Canada. It there's four of them was Manitoba but we do have a ton of Manitoba anything to fifty six upper you go north of Washington in-state. That's British Columbia go in eastern. That's Alberta Right. Yeah run the Manitoba's Velka North Dakota north of North Dakota is what Manitoba until and then no one of the big towns there is Winnipeg. Yeah the major one. Okay so when you're talking about Winnipeg it's a major city. Dan Manitoba which is what do you call them. Provinces in Cameron's project a big state. You know and it's big. I mean it goes. Does it go to like North Pole or something. No not that Goza. It goes as far as where Norway starts a little bit. Further to Norway starts. And that's like eight hundred kilometers further north. So you got Manitoba which means when you're up in Canada you gotTa Harsh Long Damn Ass winters and long nights and all that kind of stuff but in the summer Mer Canada's awesome it's freaking you know it's daylight like all the time no you can get all the time enough all the time I mean you know it's like I took a nap and his daylight again. I mean you know so. I've been up in Washington State Dark Tan and then it starts really early so anyway so you've got you. You know a lot of good growing and everything like die in the winter but I mean you have really Nice Summers so if you have a bank run and you would and target certain you would say and it's an educational thing go here are the banks. Here's what their cash reserves available that you'd go by whatever the hell it is a report and you'll say these are the most vulnerable. Go pull out. Hell open an account so you can take it out but you know here you have add. These are the most vulnerable banks and it would be a bank run that could actually cause a bank run. Potentially Yeah Yeah they're gonNA love you. Yeah and they're going to be some pages. We're GONNA put a little bit of pictures you know I got some really good ideas there. This is so so so so so so long but so right so wrong. So right all right. What will they do hate speech all your facebook accounts Nocco V. useful anymore away? Close your bank accounts. Oh includes your bank account grip. Are you crypto currency advocate. 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We're GONNA run downtown and go to the bars and hang and just kind of have bankrupt little obstacles or something that'd be Kinda cute obstacles you know be some theme of whatever I think something. What would be one of the name of the obstacles something that you would do over the Hump Yard a rat race or something you could chase rats in the circle on him? Oh Yeah what was the thing the roundabout we're taking we come up with verse remember. No I don't remember. There's so many things now you know. That's what you gotta do. You gotTa have a piece of paper and do kind of get got the site but yeah the circle thing or something you run around and around for something there titled Settled Anyway. We'll come up with a bunch of stuff and you guys come up with a bunch of stuff. It'll be fun so think about it. This is how many months from now. It'll be nine months. Got Got a while. We have some fun. You guys do some art and do we can get Davi on this. We'll get smarter we'll get we'll have some fun. Do do some Napkin sketch stuff. And then he'll be all right. All right yeah this thing he did this a AH yeah. Yesterday afternoon. They had a freedom force meeting saw. No we couldn't stay and we just gotTA drive back so so but there is a lot of a lot of guys in you started from the in the beginning of this thing and what is their goal. I mean they have kind of a structure and it's pretty elusive peace freedom American way or something interest g Edward More I talked. I've known him a long time and he's an anarchist. I don't care hear what he says. Now he's volunteers and we don't need no there's going to be some kind of structured. You might do some political. Whatever needs to be a protectorate? You know well it's kind of what's the government forward defence of these rights and that's about it and then now but what we've got now. I think you'd be all constitution. It's kind of constitution. Bill is ironed a lot of declaration dependence. Kind of talk you know. They're you know they're an ammon bundy he and I hi. I'm GonNa tell you guys this. What's a good example we had Alex Newman and Rosa Corey on last week? And Ammon is certainly on property rights and dealing with the man and then to the point that they went the jail and threatened death and damnation and finally. They're leaving them alone. He told me that there's a we'll have Amazon and we'll talk by stuff that we talk about. He goes when he got out of jail for the Oregon. Nevada thing and there was a ranchers in Montana. Had the same kind of problem that the four surveys coming to take over there valley of whatever act. He'd come help us man they're they're screwing us and they're just overwhelming of whatever so. Emma looks at their secrets. Yeah I think you're right. Go and visit and you wrote an article and it got published and it's like well I guess we're going to Montana. Sorry forever having bothered you never mind. It's all good piece out and we're gone okay. The Fed do we. Don't WANNA play this game no mon.. Well I'm wondering well as the trump administration is that being of help or something. Well you know. I think you're just getting the message. So all right what else shall we do. Well I am. Alex Newman was about the history kind of John. Taylor Gado presentation on the beginning of our government education and its goals and what they wanted to do and create good the like and read instruction workers of drones of whatever will replace you and cannon fodder with robots and kind of you know whatever so that is education thing then how they're going to control us you've got people thinking right and then now you're gonNA take take over the economy or sustainable development. Rosa Corey did a great job on that. And I'm going. How does this apply to someone? That just doesn't care bite me. I got my land. I'm here you're on your piece out and I don't care you know I'm the Amish. I'm running my own. Pirate village of Bite me. You know I got the pirate. Cova the coastal waters of Suck Tuck it occupancy permit and I talked to him about it. Rosa Alex Gibert all going. Somebody explained this to me and ammon had some interesting. You know things. We'll talk about later but they don't know where did this come from the earliest reference I can find is one thousand nine hundred ninety three. They did some kind of occupancy permit in La and then you don't really hear about anything until after World War Two you know there's kind of this UN thank thank you know it's definitely a UN thing you know. This is a technique for taking a quote. We'll find ourselves homeless on her own land of yours. Different quotes founder. Stay you know. Don't let the banks get it's the land it's occupancy per and then they have in Arizona sixteen percent of the land is in private hands. The rest of it is but they piece it out the limb they'll sell it to developers in big sections so that they can develop and get an keep the price ace of land high by making its availability really low and it just expanded the money supply. Same crap and nobody's done. I can't find it if you guys out there occupancy permit or they call it certificate of occupancy that permission from the crown that you can live on your own land started when well this is how and why kept Blah Blah Blah. Don't care when did it start. I guarantee free can t that was not the beginning of America. You add. Let your your home is your castle. This is mine. My property light is is my by me only roll. That thing Amann said he goes the only only time the federal government has any kind of government has any kind of jurisdiction over. Your land is if you're violating the property rights of somebody else you know by Pollution Noise Hog whatever. And if you contract with them like they did. It's a contract that you well. They didn't like the contract. They wanted to undo the contract though this is for improper perpetuity of bite me. And we're GONNA enforce our contracts. So this is he goes. That's the only time you're dealing with them. If you know legitimately I mean they got guns and stuff but then what here people came up and they had guns and guns both sides. You want to go. We're GONNA HAVE A we're GONNA have us a northbridge charter round and there were people. They were ready. You know if one shot was fired against them you know they were ready to. Yeah well this authentic update when he got killed his thing was yeah yeah he was there. Were going to meet with the sheriff or other people. Tell me no hell no. They're not going and They were GonNa make sure your and your and your debt and he got out of the vehicle to draw the fire away from the car nego. Hey thanks for getting out. Clean shot dead. It didn't work out well for them and this is this is just beginning Ann. The daughter was there the one that at the last The spokane spokane red pill. Last year they were talking. I interviewed the voice widow and who was running the ranch while she's going around. Was this girl that blonde that was sitting there and I guess I was her husband or boyfriend or whatever and she was running the ranch doing all this and now so I went and I bought a bunch of stickers and crab. Just get money you know and I think that's the only person I bought anything from you know people were just taking our stuff. I have free on table in some people. Just don't and gave me money and so it was really a nice function. We made some new friends there and people that are just excited about what they really like. Just you know by enthusiasm for kind of like all his bad. That's what it gives you really bad bay sees it so bank run. Okay so what are you going to do next. Where are you going to do to bring us about well? We're GONNA do some. Yeah I gotta get domain nine little website and then he ever going well Donna. There's something wrong going on with go daddy and you had some problems last night to stop and so don is on hold in there and she goes. Yeah it's thirty eight minute hold. That never happens with go. Daddy go days usually pretty quick. I got good customer service. Are you still on hold on. There's something because go daddy. We have a bunch of some of our sites. We have other places and how we do enjoy none. I'm thinking this is a sign. What what did I do last night? You said bank run. Your phone was sitting there. That's what happened what happened they listed. They'll well they I go what do I do. Give them. Listen you say bankrupt and freaking me. They're all over it so what we're going to do is I'll tell you tomorrow. Ro maybe you know if I can get it done the domain that I I'm getting never be fun. 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US Ambassador to Ukraine that from the Washington Post report the CAN testify that Giuliani's assertions uh-huh and allegations against the former ambassador are without basis untrue period. The Post Ads Jennifer Williams special adviser the Vice President Pence on Europe and Russia appeared after being subpoenaed and testified behind closed doors for about five hours former national security adviser. Roger John Bolton declined to appear before the House investigators a group of eleven thousand international scientists including about a dozen from Arizona have endorsed a study which clues the earth as a climate emergency published. This week in the Journal bioscience research says greenhouse gas emissions arising the governments aren't making progress in averting the crisis and that scientists have a moral obligation to warn about the threat Bret blob wildlife conservationists that the University of Arizona says he and others who signed off on. The study are frustrated with the lack of progress in dealing with climate change. There's this perception within the scientific community that whatever work you do Kinda speaks for itself is a very overwhelming body of evidence. That doesn't just suggest the climate change is real if it should be indisputable and yet we're still having a debate. Bloom says the research identifies key areas in which governments business and individuals can make critical changes to slow if not halt. The onset of climate change blood thinks countries need to replace fossil fuels with renewable energy and invest in technology to extract carbon from the atmosphere mark. Richardson reporting a victory in court. For workers at a Community College College could have major. Statewide implications workers challenged a district decision to change their work schedules without having them vote on it as outlined in their contract the Public Public Employment Relations Board ruled against the district and this week the State Supreme Court let that Decision Stand Jeff Freights with the California Federation of Teachers says he hopes this encourage colleges to respect the rights of the people who serve the students day in and day out. It can set a precedent throughout the state about some backpay and the abuse of wages riches and benefits for your secretaries. Your janitors your transportation. Specialist Change meant that five years ago. People went from working five days a week to four longer anger days plus a half day Friday the same number of hours overall but no overtime pay on the longer days now Antelope Valley College. We'll have to pay them an estimated one and a half million dollars colors in back over time bessie Sanchez. A spokesperson for the college argues that because the schedules did not exceed forty hours no overtime was required. I'm Suzanne Potter later. This is Pierre US steam recovery. Projects are a cornerstone and helping to reduce pollution in the Chesapeake Bay watershed Eh Stream. Rehabilitation is more urgent than ever. According to Rich Star A- scientists with ecosystem planning and restoration will give opening remarks at the conference he says states in the watershed including Maryland and Virginia are pushing to fulfil the EPA's mandate to reduce nitrogen phosphorus and sediment it pollution flowing into the Chesapeake by sixty percent by twenty twenty five. I think it's difficult to say whether we'll leave it or not. But the more positive thing to vocation is the trend is going that way we are definitely trending towards a healthier fe as a result of the work. That's going on the Baltimore. Conference comes just a few weeks after governor Larry Hogan called on Congress to fully fund eighty five million dollars of Chesapeake Bay restoration programs in the federal twenty twenty budget. I'm Diane Bernard Yard reporting and after winning permanent reauthorization for the land and Water Conservation Fund public lads advocates are pressuring leaders in Congress to Fully Fund the program a Senate committee set to vote on a permanent funding bill. Just after Veterans Day Bowman's with the back country hunters and anglers in Texas. And he points points out veterans frequently turn public lands for Solace after serving in combat. We need to protect those places even more dearly for the people who've had to endear that hardship arches of fighting from our country. It's extremely we make sure that those places are available have access to them and they can go out and enjoy them after they have served our country so bravely go after Congress permanently reauthorized the program back in March. The trump administration proposed a budget that basically zero out the money for the Parks Washingtonians who work the land to provide their neighbors with food are coming together. That is production. Season is slowing down. The forty fifth annual tilt conference Prince Starts Today and Yakima and focuses on growing a resilient future. Aaron Murphy with the Tilt Alliance. The event organizer says different tracks for the conference include education education around Sustainability Practices Business Planning and social justice. She says many folks have been coming to the conference since its inception. Farming is also super isolating. I think especially when people coming from all over the state is the one time in you. People actually saying each other into either friends and get to catch up and how that dairy to vent about their frustrations pick people's of brains about new ideas Murphy says the event gathers farmers and farm workers as well as researchers educators and other food system professionals. It runs through Sunday for public news. Service I'm Eric. Ticket off. Keynote speakers will touch on how small farms successful and also revitalizing the Coastal Food Culture Church for northwestern tribes. I Mike Clifford. Thanks for wrapping up your week. With public used service we are member analysts are supported and raw line public service DOT. Org The the the the the it didn't yeah the the the the. Yeah the remember the the uh-huh the life the the. Yeah the town meeting uh-huh uh-huh the Yeah uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh the the uh-huh the the Yeah uh-huh uh-huh could be the uh-huh yeah. Yeah the the the uh-huh yeah the yeah the yeah the song it the tea party. 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Tribu Sion's by you follow us on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's public service newscasts for Friday above the twenty nineteen. I'm Mike Clifford George. Can't the deputy assistant and secretary of state responsible for Ukraine criticized Rudy Giuliani trump's personal lawyer. For engaging what he called a smear campaign against the former US US ambassador to Ukraine that from the Washington Post they report that can testify that Giuliani's assertions and allegations against the former ambassador. Sir Are without basis untrue period. The Post ads that Jennifer Williams a special visor vice president pence on Europe and Russia appeared after being subpoenaed and testified behind closed doors for about five hours former national security adviser. John Bolton declined to appear before the House investigators a group of eleven thousand international scientists including about a dozen from Arizona have endorsed a study which includes the birth in a climate emergency published this week in the journal Bioscience. The research says greenhouse gas emissions arising governments aren't making progress in averting the crisis and that scientists have a moral obligation to warn about the threat Brett Blom Wildlife conservationist that the University of Arizona says he and others who signed off on the study are frustrated with the lack of progress in dealing with climate change. There's this perception within the scientific community. The whatever work you do Kinda speaks for itself as very overwhelming body of evidence. That doesn't just suggest the climate change US real if it should be indisputable and yet we're still having a debate. Bloom says the research identifies key areas in which the government's business and individuals can make critical changes to slow if not halt the onset of climate change. Blunt thinks countries need to replace fossil fuels with renewable energy and invest west and technology to extract carbon from the atmosphere mark. Richardson reporting a victory in court for workers at a community college could have major. Statewide implications workers challenged a district decision to change their work schedules without having them vote on it as outlined in their contract the Public Employment Relations Board ruled against the district district and this week the State Supreme Court let that Decision Stand Jeff Freight us with the California Federation of Teachers. Says he hopes this will encourage colleges to respect the rights of the people who serve the students day in and day out. Can't set a precedent throughout the state. Abou- some back pay and the abuse of wages and benefits for your secretaries. Your janitors janitors. Your transportation specialist. The change meant that five years ago. People went from working five days a week to four longer days plus a half day Friday. The same number of hours hours overall but no overtime pay on the longer days now antelope valley. College will have to pay them an estimated one and a half million dollars in back overtime Betsy Sanchez spokesperson for the college argues that because the schedules did not exceed forty hours no overtime was required. I'm Suzanne Potter. This is pianist steam recovery. Projects are a cornerstone and helping to reduce pollution in the Chesapeake Bay watershed stream rehabilitation is more urgent than ever. According to rich star a scientist with ecosystem planning and restoration who give opening remarks at the conference he says states in the watershed including Maryland and Virginia are pushing to fulfill the EPA's mandate to reduce nitrogen phosphorus and sediment pollution flowing into the chesapeake by sixty sixty percent by twenty twenty five. I think it's difficult to say whether Stephen or not but the more positive thing okay is. The trend is going that way we are are definitely trending towards a healthier way as a result of the work. That's going on the Baltimore. Conference comes just a few weeks after governor. Larry Hogan called on Congress to fully refund eighty-five million dollars of Chesapeake Bay restoration programs in the federal twenty twenty budget. I'm Diane Bernard Reporting and after winning permanent terminent reauthorization for the land and Water Conservation Fund public lads advocates are pressuring leaders in Congress to Fully Fund the program a Senate committee set to vote on on a permanent funding bill. Just after Veterans Day. Ed Bomas with the back country hunters anglers in Texas and he points out veterans frequently turn to public lands for solids after serving in combat. We need to protect those places even more dearly for the people who've had to endure hardship of fighting in our country. It's extremely we make sure that those places are available have access to them and they can go out and enjoy them. After they have served our country so bravely after Congress permanently reauthorized the program back in March the trump administration proposed a budget that basically zero out the money for the Parks Washingtonians who work the land to provide divide. Their neighbors with food are coming together. That is production. Season is slowing down. The forty fifth annual tilt conference starts today and Yakima and the focus is on on growing a resilient future. Aaron Murphy with the Tilt Alliance. The event organizer says different tracks for the conference include education around Sustainability Practices Business Business Planning and social justice. She says many folks have been coming to the conference since its inception. Farming is also super isolating especially when people come from all over the state the one time of year people actually seeing each other and see their friends and get to catch up and how that dairy to vent their frustrations pick people's brains about new ideas. Murphy says the event event gathered farmers and farm workers as well as researchers educators and other food system professionals. It runs through Sunday for public news. Service I'm Eric. Take it off off. 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Your weekly shot of culture comedy and liberty and of course. Friday is the show felony Friday. Get all three shows delivered to your little smart device in your pocket. Some people call it a phone by subscribing to lines of liberty on your favorite podcast AP. I'm excited guys for today's show. Originally I thought and I planned on having bill. Oh Poltava on the show. Along with Sherry Miller in Sherry Miller is my guest today an outstanding woman who has an incredible story story She is tied in to bill poultry. Though if you know who Bill Paul Tei as he is the guy who was giving away thousands of dollars on twitter simply for retweeting stuff. He's organizing philanthropy. He's trying to marry philanthropy and social media and doing some credible things and Sherry was the recipient of ten thousand dollars from bill and Sherry is a former incarcerated individual. And this helped immensely sleep. We're going to get into those details. Hopefully at some point I can still connect with With bill bill is a multimillionaire and I I heard of him. From Scott Adams Scott was talking about bills work. Bill founded an organization called the Blade Authority which went it into communities. I think mostly in Detroit Michigan and cleaned out You know dilapidated housing Just eyesores things that were Dangerous to To the community and he put the system together that gained really national prominence. Using high-tech sort of mass production should techniques to clear out to do these these housing demolition. So we're local stuff and now he's doing the twitter thing bill pulsating twitter lottery. I call it mcvay mcvay for you guys to hear Sheri's angle on this whole thing. It's a really really cool story so let's jump into it right now. My Guest Today on felony. Friday is Sherry Miller Sherry Miller. I heard of her. She was one of bill pulse as twitter lottery winners. She entered A. I don't know if everyone out there listening to this but but bill is eight philanthropist and he has been giving away ten thousand five thousand five hundred dollars on twitter people simply re tweeting what he sends out and Sherry was able to hit the lottery there and one essentially a ten thousand dollars from bill and the reason I wanted to bring felony. Friday is Sherry. Someone who recently was released from prison in July of two thousand eighteen On charges related late into meth possession and trafficking. The case was in May two thousand fourteen while imprisoned Sherry was able to go through addictions actions and trauma rehabilitation programs. And she's been able to get clean and obviously with this ten thousand dollars which will talk about. It's been able to help her out as well so sherry. Welcome to felony Friday. Thank you before we get into talking about everything with with your case and your experience variance in prison and everything that you went through everything that you faced. I'd like to start out before that You know before you you got tangled up in a meth addiction. Before you face charges and spent those I guess four four years in prison or air four and a half four and a half so prior to that you know you can go back as far as you want to share a little bit about what your life was like you know. What part of the country did you grow up? Even the things like that okay. I grew up in a very small rule. Area and Indiana a little town called all grown city. That's where I was basically grew up Population of about twelve hundred people I was born to you My mother was had been traumatized at age of sixteen when she accidentally ran over. Her Baby. Brother killed him so shortly after that my parents met and Started having kids and and so my mom she never really healed from that So my my you know that was kind of like what what I was born into a lot of Depression take a Lotta guilt. A lot of you know just a just a lot of pain on my mom and my dad was very strict and and What I consider to be abusive US Kids were very afraid of her dad growing up mom spent a Lotta time Just is trying to heal from her trauma. I At a young age I was molested by a family member. aged aged forty six and When I was thirteen my main my main trauma is when I was thirteen My aunt who my who's my mom's sister was always kind of my savior. She always would come and get me and get me out of the house She did that for years. I love my aunt dearly When I was thirteen years old she picked me up after school on on Friday All weekend long she went from family member to friend to whoever she could get to listen to her and telling everyone she knew her husband was going to kill her. I spent the entire week then with their. She dropped me off on Sunday night I was convinced he was going to kill her by UH nobody else would listen to her and ultimately he did kill her the next day so with that being my my my main trauma I took on the survivor Gil. I felt guilty that I didn't help her I was angry that nobody else helped her. Are you know Ev-. Everybody thought he wouldn't do it but he did so. I took on all that Gil I spent from that point on. I spent so much time at the cemetery cemetery at her grave. It was just crazy So I'm thirteen years old and at that point I started using Ah Marijuana and drinking and I I would I would. You like speeders like They Call Them like many thins and black mollies plays and things like that. I like to be high. I like I like the speed. I like the way it made me feel But anyways I went on and uh-huh I got married right out of school and started having my kids and I didn't do drugs at that point I giving up the marijuana when I got pregnant for my first child and I rarely drink but I married an alcoholic and a drug attic so And I I basically got married young age just to get out of the House to get away from my dad. I was very afraid of my father so I got married young. Pardon my kids. Marriage was bad at age. Twenty six I end up divorced and Basically you know raise my kids by myself When I was twenty eight just two years after my divorce I was introduced the mess and and the first time I did meth? It was like wow. This is a I. It gave me the self esteem I never had it gave me. He That inflated sense of who I was okay and that I I really need it Because my self esteem team was so low anyways For the next nineteen years. I would use math on a daily basis I did try to quit a few times throughout the years more so for my my mom and and my family than myself but I just I really couldn't lay down I was. I just like the way it made me feel so a couple of years. Before my arrest I got hooked up with With large quantities of ice ice and I doubt I was dealing Quite a bit and I ended up getting caught plot with a large amount and Was that to support your habit or was that to make money. Yeah it was it was it was more to support my habit Than anything but the money was nice to I I really at that point. I you know if I could go back the minute I mean. I had times in my life when I was very successful but I was a hair stylist. I had awesome clientele. I had an awesome salon. Ended up losing that to your into my addiction And then I did other things that I made really good money at but I would always like choose. Our priorities get messed up. I would choose the drug over my career or or whatever and I would I would spiral and lose it off. So when they got hooked up with the with the large quantities You know it was one of them moments where or you know what. On all these years. I've been doing drugs and somebody else had had had the large amount and I never did you know and I would get ripped off and and and and it just felt good to be the one to have Any give me a another inflated sense of of self you know So I I mean all of a sudden everybody wanted to be my friend. Okay so when you grow up you don't really haven't really learn how to make friends And all of a sudden you're popular it just seemed like the right thing to do So anyways I ended up getting busted And I went to End Up going to federal prison So just to backtrack for for for a minute here. Now when you did start selling you know did you. Were you thinking in the back of your mind you know. I'm taking a riskier. I could end up in prison. was that was. There's something that was that. You were contemplating absolutely It's something I wouldn't have done when my kids were younger. When my kids were at home I I would? I never took that big of arrest with that and I was just a user I every now and then I would buy a larger quantity that sell a little bit so I can have headline without you know without have money invested in it. I would do that on occasion but not very often because I was raising my kids by myself so it was after they were raised. My my youngest son went Afghanistan He was in the army and Mike Ness became empty. That I I started taking bigger risks and I mean I just didn't. I no longer had the reasons that I had had. You know to not do I know I know I no longer had that but I also knew that The law of average. You know prove that eventually. I'm I'm going to get caught so I thought you know what I'm GonNa do this for a year and then I'm GonNa drop out. I'll be done with that well. At the end of that first year I was so indepth the drug dealer that there was no way I couldn't get out and it stayed that you. How'd you get so in debt to the drug dealers because you were giving it away or no more because People were Deal from me and Robin me. I let I let too many people know what was what I had So I had a lot of people like breaking into my house or just taking you know taking in dope on fronts and they're not paying for it Stealing it whatever I had people that stole money from me so there was always something that that made it impossible for me to pay my debt so I had to continue doing it until I got busted and of course it was over and So how did how did that. Go Down Actually I had I been paying quite a bit of money for my for my Match and I was offered an opportunity to get a larger quantity or not really necessarily in larger quantity but same quantity at a lot lower price. But I hadn't taken bigger risks by getting it in the mail and I got caught the very first time that I got a package in the mail The post office. Has They send dogs through. You know their their packages are the mail. And they the dog yet on my package and they opened and They already ready now before it was delivered that That it was math so they did. Did they still go ahead. And and deliver in order to get you to accept a you know except yeah I I was picking it up at the post office so They soon as they gave me the package soon as I walked down the post office. SUV pulled up in the front of the building and he had a little star on his plate. And I thought this is it. I'm done and I went and I got my van and and I sit there and I just waited because I'm here any minute. They were GonNa Surroun- oh Yeah what did you. I'm I'm just curious at that moment. You're sitting there you know that you're going to be arrested. What what did you feel at that point? In time. I just knew it was common so I was. I guess I was Kinda shocked but I was. I was just heartsick that I had let it come to that. You know I was. I really had wanted out of it. This was an opportunity to get my old dealer. You you know. Get Him paid off and be done with the so I was just I was just heartsick. you know my kids. I had grandkids in kids by then. I'm forty going on forty seven years. Old I finally. I finally had a few things in life I had a business and I home and and all of a sudden I'm I just see it all all vanishing right before my eyes I knew I wasn't coming coming out for quite a while so The officer who who approached me in in the note that that my face was grey. And I it probably was I. You know I'd they lost the color in my face. I'm sure so But you know I it same time I never cried. I I know it was coming in and there. I had nobody to blame but myself so I didn't wallow in self pity or anything I just sucked it up and I went in and I did my time and made the best of it took you know took programs that I knew it helped me with my traumas and with my addiction so That wasn't really a bad experience. The the hardest part of it was sitting in a county jail for twenty one months waiting to be sentenced that why why was that. The hardest part because in jail L.. It not like being in prison in jail. You're like you're stuck in a in the south walk. You never see daylight you you are just stuck there No treatment no no anything. There's nothing there there you're just being warehouse for as when you go to prison. I went to a camp so federal prison camp. So so I I was able to be outside as much as I wanted I. I took all these classes. I took computer classes. And you know some different things and then all these programs that was just life changing for me that It really wasn't a bad experience. It was almost like being at a college campus to be honest other than the fact that I was away from my family right and you can't leave you can't I mean I could have walked off but if you walk off and you're go five years on you're just putting yourself in trouble. Yeah so when you were in jail talking about as your situation. You're if you're locked in you're basically locked there all day daylight. Were you going through a having symptoms of withdrawal or anything like that from communiction. No I think I think for the first couple of weeks I slept quite a bit And I just I started. He'll all And it took quite a while. I was very underway at the time. So they were giving me extra food And then have to go way in like like twice a week until I got you know I gained a few pounds and started getting healthy again but I I I discovered later on. You know I'm sitting there the The the mess was really medicating other like health problems that I had to And I started filling my symptoms from my for my illnesses and By that time I had a little bit of heart problems and and I have autoimmune disease that I didn't know about time but the the meth. Just Kinda medicated. That all that. I didn't unrealized I. I didn't even realize I was sick before I went to jail now so while you were in uh jail and then prison mentor in your intro. You're able to to get rehabilitated. And Work on your addiction to become clean. Was Sara Attorney points or something that You can you can point to is that was important in your recovery I think I I I sit and like I said in county jail for so long but I sit there for about four months and I didn't have anybody put money on my book so I can make phone calls observe even by the things that I needed commissary And I think that was probably the best thing that could happen Jimmy because it when you take everything's taken away from you already and you don't have the things you need. I mean I just decided then into I this is not. This is not the kind of life I want I'm better than this. I can do better than I I ran into my cell one day and I just screamed out to God and I said Lord. I can't do this without you. Please help me through this and and you know things started changing for me I got real involved with the the ministry at the at the jail and Love I you love the Lord and and I started praying all the time and I started seeing my aunt my prayers answered and it was pretty awesome and I think that was what gave the strength to get through. It was God. was there for me. That's awesome so just too Too Fast for a little bit here here and we we can come back and talk about talk about more of this stuff but I wanna hit on The ten thousand dollars she got from From Bill Poltava. Yes so you you got out of prison in July twenty eighteen You got this this money recently right. It was like this past months. Taylor yeah this month. Yeah actually. It was the first of October Tom. Yeah I've been out of prison for. I don't know fourteen gene between fourteen or fifteen months when I got the money and During that fourteen months I'll just call it fourteen months during that time I had. I have moved five times To keep me in Kaycee to keep me out of bad situations I I don't have a driver's license. I riding a bicycle to work and fifty three years old. I don't feel good. I have all these illnesses. The things I don't feel there's there's days I would just think you know what I know a quick way to make money. This is ridiculous. I'm never going to get on my feet. It just felt so hopeless sometimes but then I always with thank you know what I can go back and I can do that lifestyle l. again but I know where I'm going to end up end up back in jail and and you know I can't do that so I just I work two jobs To make ends meet and I just started the second job. Maybe a few weeks before the bill gave me the money So that I could start saving toward getting my driver's license back. It's just been money racket when you get when you let things go for so long you know when it comes to driving record and then you go to prison and all this year you come out and you want to get your life back back and stuff but like the the license the license branch you know you. It's just the money racquet If if you didn't have a good driver's license when you went in it's just really hard to get when when you get out so anyways I've been whittling away paying fines and and Reinstatement fees and that. Sort of thing but it just seemed like every time I would pay a fine and a reinstated then we get another suspension for like that the original charge of driving all suspended or whatever and then not having not being able to prove I had insurance at the time and to really honestly not know if I did or not and if I did I don't know who had it through so just a lot of things piled up to where I never did get my driver's license back so I'm writing this bike to work going from one job to the other I leave. I leave my job up to go to the eye doctor and I'm and I get there like an hour or like it's it's just too much of a hassle. have to drive all the way back to my house and then to the eye doctor on a bike so I'm sitting in the doctor's office. This is October first and I get my phone and I check twitter and and I I see I have a message from bill poultry on twitter at first. I thought it was a scam. Because there's so many people pretending to be bill trying to get money from you right so I I thought it was a scammer and then I realized this is the an original message stream here that I had started with him and he responded to that to the message I had sent him. He didn't respond to the message. But it was the same stream that I had started originally so then I knew him. I knew it was him and I just got real hot inside. I'm sitting at the doctor's off. I want to tell somebody I wanNA scream. I want to be you know but I don't and actually took me a couple of days even tell anybody Eddie because I was afraid everybody would laugh at me and think that it was 'cause there's so many so much stuff going on on the Internet that I was afraid everybody would laugh at me. So I I actually finally told my kids and I'm like you guys aren't going to believe this and my kids were real skeptical like mom do not fall for this. Don't get excited well. It's too late. I'm excited. I know it though because I've been trying to get bill to answer my messages. You know for the last few months between messaging him and commenting on his tweaks when I would re tweet them I would just share a little bit of my story a little little bit because your tweet can only be so long. Your comic can only be so long. So one time. Hi Mike commented that you know recently out of prison and you know I really need to be able to drive. And and and that sort of thing thing Other Times I would just thank him. You know for considering me And this went on for several months before he actually Toes shows me and he chose me randomly. He really didn't even know my story When he gave him the money he didn't know until we actually talked on the phone the and I was able to share with them? And it was pretty cool because He just kept asking me more questions. Like wow of this guy really cares. You know So we had quite linked quite a extended conversation and He really got to know me and you know He. He tells me he's really. He's really happy that he was able to help me. You know with the money the Because now I can get my driver's license back I can get a car I can live a better life. Yeah I think this is. This is just such a cool story for for a lot of reasons. I mean that's obviously one of the reasons why I wanNA talk to you but also I mean just just for you to to be able to share your story with my audience is important as well but I think that with view winning the lottery here it really it really highlights shines a light on the the needs of those who are you know. The formerly formerly incarcerated reintegrating into society. And I talk about it all the time on this show. I guess talk about all the time on this. Show what they struggle with when they get out difficulty finding a job difficulty getting a car difficulty. You know being able to pay for a place to live and to be able to show some like this that the simple act of kindness to to be able to help You back on your feet Hopefully this is something that that we as a society can can build upon because the people always try to solve these issues by recommending different kinds of government programs. And we need to do this. And put this money money towards Towards this thing but honestly I think the way and you can tell me if you agree with me or not but I think probably one of the ways to solve this just another thing in this pop my head that people who struggle with when they get just finding clothes be able to find clothes to wear if we just had more more direct charity between people using twitter or whatever Helping those getting out of prison to to meet these these basic needs. I think that could be a huge thing. Oh I I agree When I come out of prison I had the clothes on my back? I had lost everything during the time. I was gone I it came out literally with the clothes on my back and I had a pair of grace. What two pairs of grey short and to gray t shirt and a pair of tennis shoes? I wore a pair of shorts and a tee shirt out at another one in my bag and that was all I own so I get to the halfway house and I asked him. Do you have like a donation room or something. Get some clothes. Oh No we don't have anything like that. Okay well you where I can go to get you know maybe get some clothes. Oh No we don't have any idea side to call my kids and say I'm sorry but you guys are GonNa have to try to find some close And you know my kids had to go out and buy me some clothes and it wasn't. I was so thankful and grateful for it. But like my my daughter-in-law didn't know me before prison. So she doesn't really know what I like so they bring me close that I wouldn't I wouldn't wear if I was to go pick out outfits in store you know so I walked around feeling like a clown like and that sounds funny but seriously I did. I just felt like gee you know sticking out like a sore thumb. This isn't me Eh. But it was just you know the way it is and so you know I had to get a job right away so and and at that time I was right out of prison. I didn't feel good I was week. I had to walk over a mile down a busy highway to get to work work To make eight dollars an hour okay. Hardest hardest work. I've ever done and only made eight dollar an hour. It was ridiculous you know and it's still that way. Today I work I work at a coffee shop and I make dollars an hour. Our and I feel like I put in A pretty good day's work. I'm tired when I get home. And there's really not fair and you know but that's the way it is you get out of prison. Nobody wants to hire you. You're selling People don't trust you It's just really hard. Yeah and You know that's one of the reasons I do. This show is just to chip away at that at that stigma Ma because I myself was someone who used to really believe that the to believe that people who've done time in prison it's it's weird for me to say this now but I believe that really. I didn't know if a second chance was warranted and I could not be so polar opposite of that now. I think everyone deserves a second chance No nobody should be defined by you know one or two or three or five or ten poor decisions they made in the past people can change. I strongly people can change for the better. Yeah you you know I. It just takes a special person on on hiring and to To accept you and and give you a chance. Not a a lot of people will do that and I went from place to place trying to find you know a job. You know close enough that I could walk or ride a bicycle too two and wow I mean people just want to turn their backs on you and I mean it gets scary. Like what am I gonNA do. How am I going to support myself here? You Know How am I ever GonNa get back on my feet If nobody gives me a chance but I have been I have been blessed with a couple of of good people. People that that have given me a chance. Christians you know people. That aren't judgmental. That are the ones that have given me a chance. It's a big thing. Even though I'm only making eight dollars an hour just to have to know that somebody sees my worth you know then give it has given me a chance. I haven't lied about my past Some people have told me. quit telling them that you just got out of prison were we're no I'm not I'm not gonNa tell them if it comes up in an interview because then I'll be lying on and and what if they do a background check and they find out and then I'm not GonNa get scrub so I I just told myself when I got out. I'M GONNA be honest about this galaxy me through. And he has he has but yeah. Yeah I mean. I was at my darkest hour when I got the money from Ville Poultry Because I just didn't see any way I'm I'm quite a ways away from my my a family and my kids and not walking distance or do you minutes and So I don't get to see my grandkids very often and I don't get to see my son's doing a home detention Over a some drug charges so I I don't get to see him and I and I just don't. I didn't see any way of ever getting out of that. Rut and I was so depressed and it. It was just perfect timing because I starting to you know have crazy thoughts of man you know. I know there's easier way to make money money. I've done it before and You know I don't know eventually. It might came to that if I if this wouldn't have happened if I wouldn't. He got the money so I'm so thankful for bill and and Gosh he's just like an angel Jimmy. Yeah that's that's tough half that's how they that's how they get people stuck in. This recidivism trap is once and then you can't find a job you can't you can't live live the life you want to and you and you get pulled back into it. That's what I heard all along that. Wow It's no wonder people end up back in prison And especially those that that come out and they have to go right back like I. Okay I I go I do some public speaking. I went to Indiana one of Indiana's men. Prisons Awhile back And I spoke to a group of that. We're in a drug Rehab program at the prison in like impatient type thing and afterwards one of the guys come up to me and thanked me and he told me he said you know I get get out next Thursday and I'm scared and he's just a young guy maybe twenty one or so You said I'm going home to the only place I have to go to my mom. This is she's a heroin addict and she's active heroine addict and heroin is is my drug of choice. He said I'm scared because I just you know what's going to happen and I don't know what to do. I don't know I don't have any or else to go and I thought wow that's just you know. And then that's why so. How many ended up back in prison? Because they're throwing right back into the place that made him sick to begin with and you know if you don't have people willing to help you you know To get you out of that environment to help you build a better life. I mean it's just it's not gonNA happen you're going to go back to prison and I really hate that. So my plan is to start a ministry next year. I uh but some of the money that I got from bill side and I'm GonNa Start a reentry ministry next year and try to teach wjr some economic and social skills people's coming out so so And not just two people coming out of prison but it'd be available for anyone but I really want to help people get out prisoners just because I know I know the struggle and I feel like like God showed me the struggle for reason so that I can Do something to make it easier for people coming out Maybe you know maybe yeah I can change one person from going back to prison. You know if helps available to him. So that's what I wanted to. I think it's GonNa be a great thing and Everything that I've been through WON'T BE IN VAIN I'll get to US My experiences answers to help others. I am always amazed is almost every guest they have on Has the same mentality though that you know you get out of prison and yeah you accept that. Maybe things didn't go your way and maybe you've got a raw deal in certain aspects but at the same time I mean I don't see you pouting about it or you know and then then you get this huge break and instead of just you know aww every right to take all this money to yourself and and use them whenever you need to but you start immediately thinking of others in ways to help other people I I just think that's that's tremendous. I just wanted to point you out point that out because I think it's definitely definitely important. Yeah well you know this. This is something that I have been thinking about doing anyways. I didn't know how it's GonNa do it financially But I knew I was going I to someday and it's just it's just speeding things up to where I can maybe do it in the spring. By then I'll be driving and You know be be able to have more freedom to get out and and and build a ministry right right so one last question And then that'll be it Question of asking people recently and I think it really. It's it's a fun question but also I think it It's it's it's sort of an important reflection on yourself where you've come from You know I think. Everyone has their own gifts Some people say that people have their own superpowers If you had to look at you know what you have in life right now being yeah you know personality trade or some sort of some sort of character trait that you have. Is there one thing that you think really really separate you from other people and helps you better to To serve others I think I think my faith in God a- I and I don't know that that doesn't make me special. There's a Lotta people that have a relationship with God. But my relationship with God really is is my thing Also I have a huge amount of empathy for other people Something I didn't have before prison but I do now and I think With that I can do a lot other things to help people. That's Sherry question. Well thank you for coming. Run the show. Want to give you a chance to do you WanNa plug a plug your twitter handle or anything else where people can reach Actually I think I'm prayerful Patriot On on twitter. Yeah Yeah I don't post a lot about my addiction or anything but I am going to start doing that. I have a also have a facebook. Group called Recovery Bridge Bridge Recovery Bridge where I help families and friends and addict find help. get them into treatment or whatever that their there neither are at the time I help people get get the resources that they need. So that's called Recovery Bridge on facebook that I'm pretty the active on their And I am going to start. You can twitter more for things like that. So I'll try to link to both of those on the show. Notes page is is is recovery bridges at a private facebook group or now it's public. Yeah it's more. It's more aimed towards helping Anybody anybody who who comes to me and says I have a cousin or I have a daughter or mother needs help. It's family based like that. I do have you know some addicts that post things on there and But I I do a lot of my work privately You private messages and stuff Once they contact me then I try to help them with resources and pointing the right direction. So that's great. Yeah well Sherri thank you so much for coming on the show and Sharing your story. You know if I say this all the time if this helps one one person Which I'm sure it will than This this was worth having this conversation at. I appreciate it. Thank you hope you guys enjoyed that. That interview with Sherry Miller Her story of course with the The angle getting the money from twitter from the bill pulled Teodori is unique. I haven't had a show like that before with that being part of the story but what was common and which is a theme that I see throughout Guests I've had on felony. Friday is the trauma suffered early in life that that led to addiction and ultimately ended up leading to prison. And if that is just one thing I just want to stress again and you know we talk about the laws and you know when someone should or shouldn't go to prison and all that stuff. I mean I've talked about on other shows shows. I think everybody knows where I stand on that. Nonviolent offenders should not be spending time in prison. Let's just let's just say that right now but the common theme that that I see with these stories and my see throughout people who end up spending time in prison is that childhood trauma that leads down that path and pushes people into MHM situations. Where were they make poor decisions and You know people generally don't just pick a life of crime. Don't just choose to break the law and put themselves in situations where they could end up Spending time in prison. Normally there's other factors that lead need to it and the shame of it is is our system. Our criminal justice system does nothing to get to the root cause saw always happy to see somebody like Sherry who is coming out of prison in willing and wanting to give back into start to address that root cause which which I think is really cool and it's just so awesome. I talked about during the show. Just WanNA point out again. So cool that Sherry Jerry won the lottery here basically wants the money and you know I every right to you know poor that money into your own life and I use it all to get back on track. But she's decided to give some back and give back to others so that's really cool and hope you guys enjoyed the story today. I think it has a happy ending and I think Sherry has a bright future so I'm excited to see where she takes it from here. 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It's time for Contra Krugman folks if you haven't done so already encourage you to check out my podcast. The Bob Murphy Show had some really interesting interviews recently and I got a lot more already in the can that will be released shortly. Check it out at Bob Murphy. Show DOT COM everybody. It's Tom and Bob with another episode of contract crooked remember. We're doing every other week now with Contra Krugman urban and in this time we mean it this time we mean it. That's right now like last time but this time we mean it and this time it's also working very well because we're able to pick out a mccollum that has something to do with economics that is fruitful food for thought at least after we filter it through our you know. Correct thinking brains. The mccollum is Democrats Comma. Avoid the robot rabbit hole. It's from October Seventeenth Two thousand nineteen linked Contra Krugman DOT COM slash two. Oh nine and the gist of this column is that Krugman thinks that the Democrats obviously most prominently Andr Yang but not only him are making a mistake and going down the wrong path when they get overly concerned about over by the way. Hello Bob Glad to have you here say so. I just started started right in. Hello thank you. Hello my name is Bob. I am going to participate. I'm doing a robot that was good. Robots see every other week nick. Now I'm out of practice. I forget I gotta say hello to Bob Alright. Well we've said hello to Bob get just to the column for what it's worth I wasn't slighted. I was really eager for you to jump even being sarcastic so okay well you got a good job zone. I think it was just the excitement. That Krugman actually wrote a column That would lead you to believe he was an economist. I know that was a gift. It's a gift it really is so anyway. He's saying that it's a mistake to you. Go down that road. Because he says that the evidence for this. The alleged automation apocalypse is thin and unconvincing. He says I somebody like Elizabeth Warren to come along and say that the real problem for American workers is not so much automation and is free trade. That is trade policy. He says that that's not altogether wrong. But he says she is wrong to think the changing trade policy is going to do much to bring good jobs back. He says she's on much firmer. More solid ground when she moves onto her more her wider agenda of tackling inequality and the power of the wealthy as Krugman Putzer and he says the best answer to this question in the recent debate came. I'm from Bernie Sanders. You'll recall if your longtime contra Krugman listener that Krugman was very much a Clinton over sanders and was not favorable to Bernie Was Very Critical Bernie and his economic advisors. But here I mean I happen to think I think Krugman in has seen which way the wind apps not supposed to be doing this supposed to be summarizing the call but the heck with that amount of practice. I think what's going on here is that he sees the way. The wind is blowing. It's blowing away from Clintonistas establishmentarian Azeem and more toward Progressive Sanders. Ism and I think he doesn't want to be left behind. But anyway he says that Bernie yes his his his job guarantee federal job guaranteed. Everybody is probably unworkable. But he says burn is surely right to say. There's plenty to do in America in terms of work. And yes he's right. We should have large scale public investment. And this is a great idea. In response to persistent economic economic weakness and crew says the this persistent weakness is not about automation. It's about what else for a Keynesian inadequate private spending. So why. Why are we fixated on automation will Krugman thinks? It's a diversionary tactic. So that people can avoid dealing with really serious issues they can just I blame robots and that way they'll sound trendy and forward-looking but this gives them an excuse not to support policies that really address the causes of weak growth off and soaring inequality. And he evaluates Yang's proposal of a thousand dollars a month as is as Yang has based his whole campaign in pain on the premise that automation is destroying jobs on Moss and that the answer is to give everyone a stipend one that would fall far short of what decent jobs pay and this is the line that actually kind of like as far as I can tell. He's offering inadequate solution to an imaginary problem. which isn't a way kind of impressive? Right that's typical Krugman stark right there. It doesn't sound like Some lines I have against Krugman and the there's a book you probably read them aloud. I probably have the folks may know I I am the narrator of the book version of this podcast Contra Krugman which is you go get a Contra Krugman Book Dot Com I'm kind of flattered. That's not that's not doing Bob Justice. It's those are Bob's writings over the years smashing Krugman. It's not merely just a reflection of the podcast. These are original amazing amazing pieces by Bob so check them out of Contra Krugman Book Dot Com. And if you want the audiobook version you'll hear me narrative so anyway down with automation and as a topic of discussion and up with income inequality and week private spending as issues that we talk about according to Krugman so You know maybe this is a case of one out of three. Ain't bad but I guess I know probably where you'll take this but what's your I thought. Well why don't we deal with a few of these little quick ones here before we get into the heart of the matter so he's got this. You know offhand remark that as you mentioned the the actual problem here is not automation. It's inadequate private of its spending in. I mean he's people haven't been spending enough for over a decade at this point according to Krugman and as far as the I can see so I mean I so far be it for me to challenge you know crew interpretation of Keynesian models but I mean it's it's some point. Put it this way. If people are just hoarding money in they're afraid to spend and there's an adequate demand I mean shouldn't prices adjusted least over a fifteen year period in other words. These wages and prices are really sticky. I mean this is like Super Bowl. Yeah this is insane. Yeah it's right so I mean joking aside I again. I'm sure somebody can come up with some kind of mild that explains Plains this but it may in other words made sense when they say. Oh there's a how housing bubble popped some everybody's tightening up because they want to pay down their debt that and whatnot and there's a huge drop in demand at all. Yeah those are those. The Chicago school types are those you know real business cycle people. We'll tell you. Wages and prices automatically glee adjustment. Come on that's not going to happen in the real world. Okay but at this point again. It's been at least ten years and he's not saying this is going to fix itself in three but we can make it clean it clear up one if we have fiscal policy he saying this is going to be as far as so again I I just I don't even see how on their own terms. This makes any sense. I you know I Actually hadn't thought of that. They've been saying this thing and ringing this particular bell for so darn long that you're right I mean I don't know that all time Keynesians would have imagined that they could have sustained that explanation over such a long period of time with a straight face face. Yeah I mean in fairness we can then return to the main issue here but I suppose it's not that unemployment has been this high this long. He you know he has to say well we have leuwen employment right now but the economy any moment could falter. So you know maybe that's involved in it too that Krugman's saying right now the labor markets clearing but again again. It's a weird thing where he kind of has to admit that the official measures are all fine and yet you know. Donald trump has brought us to the the brink of disaster Let's see I did like this was kind of funny. I don't think you mentioned this in the summertime although the summary was a bit of I don't know open mic night or something and you kind of beat poet or something. I don't know what you were doing but it was good. It was good I liked it. he goes So he's talking my Erin Burnett and he was due in crew was depressed. At how bad the moderators were and you know again crewmen starts out strong start criticizing CNN. You know okay it he says Brunette declared that a recent study shows that quote about a quarter of. US jobs could be lost to automation in just the next ten years and quote. So that's what. The Burnett Lady says to summarize an improvement clarify what the study actually says less alarming colon it finds that a quarter of. US jobs will face quote high exposure to automation over the next several decades so in case people miss the dichotomy there she summarize. The study is saying a quarter of. US jobs could be lost to automation in the next ten years and actually what the study said was a quarter of US jobs could be exposed posed automation or have a high exposure automation over the next several decades. which when you compare those two statements are actually quite different? Yeah and so cruel is right to note that that I would just point out. It's ironic because that's that kind of stuff happens in the climate change debate all the time where you know someone will say something. That sounds crazy like Cossio courts cortes. We have twelve years that sort of thing. That's the epitome of what happens in that debate where those they'll say one thing more scientific studies and then people will paraphrase it end up saying something that's way worse than what the study actually said I like Krugman. Saying he says what the study says. Let's learning quarry. US jobs will face as high exposure over several decades. And he says but even if you think that sound if you think even that sounds bad ask yourself when in modern history has that statement not been true the WHO good. Yeah so he. He started out strong. So that was good Lasting let me just clarify and then we'll talk about the the big picture of automation and so forth is crew crew when he's trying to clarify wait a minute. Why is this you know people talking about this? Is this like some sort of so. Hey in the past automation. Didn't kill. Plus you know didn't ruin job growth things like that and he's in Oba. One might argue that. Hey the futures are the past is no guarantee of what the future's GonNa hold Krugman says You might you might think. The pace of technological change is is so much faster and that's why workers are threatened now by automation whereas in the past those turned out to be phony fears and he says. But that's not what the data say on the contrary worker productivity which is how we measure the extent to which workers are being replaced by machines. These has lately been growing much more slowly than in the past. It rose left less than half as much from two thousand seven to two thousand eighteen as it did over the previous eleven years. Here's let me just clarify and that might sound really odd to people. Because you're probably thinking well wait a minute. If if workers are getting much more productive than it shouldn't they be getting replaced by robots is all the more so because they're not words aren't making anything so that phrase worker. Productivity is extremely misleading in this context. What Krugman means by that and? This isn't something idiosyncratic on his part. This is how economists use this phrase they just mean you take total output in divided by the number workers or maybe worker our something like that to just the raw figure not in other words like. What's the marginal contribution attributable to more Labor? Put what just flat it out. What's total output divided by worker import as if the workers were the only thing in the inputs and so so that's why he saying being So in other words if robots were coming on the scene and more and more stuff were being produced by robots in the data that would show up as more and more stuff per human labor our and enhance it would look like worker. Productivity is going through the roof and Krugman saying you don't see that the data so clearly it must not be the a case that robots are coming in augmenting things. So that's what that's what he's explaining and let me just mentioned as I brought that up and took the time to explain it. That's why why if listeners. If you've seen some of those charts from like API is the organization. I think it's called the Economic Policy Institute what that stands for is on that I've seen has these charts going around showing oh since nineteen seventy-three worker productivity has gone up two hundred and twenty percent but median pay wages. The only gone up seventy percent making those numbers up. But you know what I'm talking about how you've seen that kind of stuff. Yeah that's what this is talking about so that showed that's an example of showing how how much leading this is for example. Jim Not that this explains everything but if you are of your country all of a sudden found some huge oil deposits in that boosted GDP by ten percent that would make worker productivity. Go Way up and then but you can look and say oh but man the average worker not seeing a boost in their pay. I wonder what 'cause you you know. Obviously would be the the owners of those oil deposits would be netting the gains from that and so that that's the kind of thing that's going on there that it's when they call it worker productivity tippety which would lead you to think it was the productivity of the workers but actually that's not really what it means certainly not on the on average or I guess actually marginal is is the term used there so anyway that that's what his argument is I guess. Should we talk about. You know the I think about automation. Yeah probably I've done a little bit of on the. Tom Would show here and there but I think having interacted with some of the Andrew Young people on twitter. I'm more or less getting a I think I'm getting a better grasp of of their argument because some people are saying Oh these these Yank thank people like just the other day for example. There's a politician or guy running for some local office. Somewhere who seems to be a Yang Sorta guy and he was talking about the transition from blockbuster blockbuster to Netflix. Oh Yeah I saw that and you saw how many jobs were lost at blockbuster. And they're not nearly as many jobs at Netflix. Now of course there are many ways you you could look at that And one of them did. Did you do your imagine being this person. Did you deploy that when I know on this guy I it was more like. There's a rollout look look. I think it's been like imagine looking at the world this way. Oh that's such a huge difference from what I said. No no no because I in other words I when I say imagine being this person. It's meant as as just absolute ridicule but but this was. I was genuinely flabbergasted that somebody would look at the transition from blockbuster to Netflix and say this is terrible. Example of how capitalism hollows people out and whatever. And that's such the wrong wrong way to think about for a lotteries just one of which is an argument that a lot of people may. which is the Netflix makes movies and therefore employs a lot of people all? Who aren't you know? Let's say in the Netflix Front Office. But they have a ripple effect of employment all over the place all the different projects they have going so they're not just selling selling movies or renting movies. The Wayne Blockbuster was they have a whole different business model in a but but it's not even the point. I get what you're so instead of people just getting one movie for five bucks and then if they don't bring it back on time you know another twenty dollars penalty or something for better rewind rewind it be kind rewind exactly but you know for like what fourteen dollars they get eight gazillion things. There's no way that you could look at that and say that's a a bad thing but anyway the reason I point this out is when I started interacting with people on that I kept getting people saying look we we in the Yang. Yang are not saying that that we should be luddites and try to halt automation. We're saying that we need to recognize that it's it can be disruptive that it's happening faster than ever before it's displacing like more people than ever before and we just want to bring about a softer landing. So it's not. They were insisting to me that they're not stupid idiots. They're just they just want to help people transition better when we are Communist. We don't means Soviet Union. That's we're not talking gulags. That's let's just be clear right. Let's be clear and fair enough and I. That's the problem. I mean you you get into this with everybody to write like People who are are for trump getting tough on imports will assure you. I've read Basta. I know that I'm not talking about protectionism I'm talking about tariffs to create the US jobs. And that's what I'm saying. It's okay so I'm being a bit a bit Unfair let's say or a bit to to harsher so why. Why don't I see before I forget it just in terms of a baseline way to think about this stuff? It's interesting because on the one hand you can say. Okay we're accumulating more or more robots in. It's just assumed that they're the way to think about that. Is like more and more labor coming onto the scene and Zoya and that's going to push down wages ages but what if you know that it's more and more machinery so like isn't that hurting the owners of existing capital goods right like. Why aren't they having to be like the people who own hammers mors right now? Isn't that hurting them. That more machineries coming on board right so I'm just again not that that's GonNa Convince anybody but I'm just pointing that out that it's it's odd that this the thing that humans create that helps in the production of goods and services that comes on the scene were assuming is A substitute for Labor when it's also a substitute for other capital equipment. And so and yet. I don't see people lamenting the fact that people who own factories right now are going to be devastated when some new machine gene comes on that renders their existing structure obsolete Another thing quick thing too is just even if that were true in the salty. Okay so go out. In the solutions people should go buy some real estate that you know in other words if if it's really going to be this future where labour especially unskilled or lower skilled labor is just so plentiful that nobody's GonNa earn much selling that okay in that kind of a world then that means the owners of real estate are GONNA be phenomenally family wealthy right. That's going to be relatively scarce that's GonNa Command High Rents and so what people right now should be doing is not going in voting for Andrew Yang and trying to get a UB installed because that might not work. That's that's a risky. What you should do is just save up and buy some rant lands somewhere and then if that scenario comes turns out to be true true where robots are producing everything who's going to be the trillionaires in that universe? It's going to be the people who own fix assets like real estate so that's again another another so in other words it's it might not be a good investment right now with the normal trajectory. But if you're worried about twenty percent of the population being permanently displaced lazily. They can't get a job well in that world that's only happening because these robots are so productive that human labors rendered obsolete in that kind of a world owning real estate. There's going to be extremely valuable. So that's that's another thing too again just being consistent with it Against the last thing I'll say here time just in terms of armchair reasoning and how to think about it. Imagine if each robot is introduced sequentially so right now you know in the beginning they introduced one robot all it can do is a very particular thing like a flip burgers and serve them. McDonald's or in fast food places what would that do. Yes that would mean no human when being could be employed fl flipping burgers and serving them at a fast food restaurant but then it also means Ham McDonald's burgers and other things would be really really cheap so everybody else would benefit from that in the losers would just be the small portion of the population that had been employed in that one thing but everybody else would be much better off and then that would be true for every subsequent thing you introduced. It's it's sort of like the argument for free trade that yeah in any particular import. The consumers of that benefit fit by having the import come in whereas the people who had been making that one specific thing they might be hurt looking at just that one issue and so then the question questions. Okay as we introduce more and more of those things. What's the net effect going to be on the average person and I'd say probably it's going to be that they benefit from getting all these other goods and services services at ridiculously cheap prices? Even though the one thing they used to do now. Also it's there's a Lotta competition there because the robots can do your job for you in the ultimate logical limit of this look at the jetsons world. I've said this before. But it's worth repeating. That what happens in the George Jetson Universe is the human you just go around pressing. A few buttons in the machines make everything in far from them being devastated in poor. That's what it would look like if you were incredibly rich or look at the Star Trek. The the next generation university out machines replicator. That can make things at least on a small-scale. Yeah you don't need humans to be tied up doing mundane tasks and far from uh-huh uh-huh now. We're all devastated. No that's what it would look like if you had You know the the closest thing to a utopia that she could have the site of scarcity so again with these things. It's I think it they had to thread the needle better like in other words a lot of the stuff. People are warning about far from summit being a calamity. It's like no in general people who are real optimistic about the far-flung future that's exactly what they say would have happened so it's weird that we're fearing fearing this. Do we want to also say something about why. It's wrong to say that what the economy needs now is a boost in public investment. Zeman so-called. I mean I think I feel sure we've hit this before. Because Krugman's argument has been with interest rates. So low you know the Federal Government can borrow it almost nothing and so. Why wouldn't we want to do that since we have to rebuild our bridges and stuff? Anyway that kind of thing I mean just to offer cough well for one thing. That stuff shouldn't be you quote publicly. Owned the they privatize that stuff. So in general the reason that these things that are controlled by the government are always in such disrepair is because they're controlled by the government. It's not because the nature of her is not because of heartless Republicans You had per rose privately owned in addition to not having as many potholes. You also wouldn't have traffic jams as a regular thing because they would charge tolls accordingly. And so there'd be more expensive right during rush hour than the traffic within. It's an out and because of the high profits they would build more blah blah blah blah. Just like you know. It's not that Movie theaters on opening night. You can never get a cedar or do people blurred piling on top of that sort of thing that private businesses when they can control the flow of traffic over there or to get access to their products. They do it in a much more efficient way a sensible way then government run subways erodes. So that's that's one thing is as far as it. Yeah of course the Keynesian argument again. The crewman's been saying we need the spending for for ten years now so it's I I don't think that's the reason that the economy's bad but I don't WanNa lead people to believe that we rehearse these or plan these episodes out because by the way if we did and this was the result that would be severe disappoint. Yeah so so. I don't want them getting that impression but I have a funny feeling. There may be a so-called Krugman contradiction with a K.. In particular column home. What would that be well? It turns out yeah Krugman. This column has everything. That's a good economics. Drouin sings ridiculous. Things and the cherished Krugman contradiction so. He's he's talking about Elizabeth. It's interesting your hypothesis. Time that may be Krugman's trying to pivot away from Warren. And maybe maybe you know be open to a standard I. I don't know whether that's what's going on. But here I think he's clearly still trying to selves warrants so just to set the context he says Elizabeth Warren Question Brunettes premise saying that the principal reason. We're losing jobs is trade policy. That is encouraged jobs move overseas. This claim was slammed by the fact checkers at the Associated Press who declared that automation was the primary culprit and manufacturing job loss between two thousand and two thousand ten. And so now. Here's Krugman women. You know defending her as it happens. Warren was more right than the supposed. Fact checkers reasonable estimates say that trade aide was responsible for a large share of manufacturing job loss in the decade before the great recession. So that jumped out at me because I know because Donald Trump has been blaming the loss particularly among coal miners but just more generally manufacturing job. He's been what blaming that. On outsourcing to China in in Krugman has always been saying no donald trump was completely full of it. Trade has very little to do with this with these job movements right and so I just to make sure I'm not crazy crazy. I went to look it up and I found example so this is from May Nineteen two thousand fifteen the title of this trade in the decline of us. US Manufacturing Employment Croon starts out in this twenty fifteen post is Matt Iglesias notes. Many people believe that. US manufacturing has disappeared appeared because it has all moved to China and Mexico. But they're largely wrong. Okay so that's what Elizabeth Warren was saying and then just to seal feel the deal. I'm not GonNa go through the arguments. He gives the concluding paragraph of that 2015. Post this for the most part in other words. Declining manufacturing employment isn't in due to trade Again that doesn't mean the trade deficits are okay or the trade hasn't had other effects but even if we'd had a highly protectionist world or in some other way had blocked the move into the trade deficit is it. We'd still have seen most of the great decline in industrial jobs. So here Tom you might have thought no Bob. That's not a contradiction with a K.. That's just a flat-out contradiction with a C.. And I thought well maybe it has to do with the timing because you know when. He's defending warn. He says for you know before the great recession. But no I I mean we're cruising was saying twenty fifteen eighteen includes that period. So here's what I think it is time. You're ready okay if you look Krugman. When he's defending Warren? He doesn't say I Paul. Oh Krugman stink. This is what's going on. He says reasonable estimates say that trade was responsible for a large manufacturing job loss and has that medical laziest Post said. That was the news hook to say. A lot of people have been saying this but actually I don't think that's so I think that's what's going on. I think in this column crewmen is just of referring the fact that yeah a lot of people have been saying that even though crewman's on record before saying and those people are all wrong I think that's what's going on Maybe so so. That was fun. It's good to be back in the saddle here like this. Yeah that's exactly how I would put it all right right well. There's your for those people who who want to have a Krugman column with some economics that we talk about there you go you got it. You got it. Linked linked to conflict KRUGMAN DOT COM slash two. Oh nine and kick him one more thing. Yeah of course we can't yes about besides rides you know. Oh the incentives and this and that and the you know gee how would you be just even superficially the idea that Oh because we're all this automations coming align. Huge portions of the labor force are just going to be unemployable in the way. We're going to solve that is to have the federal government just institute this new Dole to get everybody everybody on that. I think I said this. In previous episodes two-time where a lot of billionaires are on board with this stuff. I mean in terms of of this. Is that the future we want where a few billionaires own all the robots in most of the population just sits back. You know playing video games and getting checks from the government in terms of you've a totalitarian future state. I mean that that's kind of what it would look like right. I mean so it's it's not merely that I'm saying well no actually this is impractical. And it's it's just the whole vision gives me the creeps so I just WanNa say that. 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They do so much for having me. I've been meaning to catch up with you on what you're up to because you were I don't know maybe in a bit of transition the last time we spoke. What exactly is your primary work these days? And what institution are you with. Just like what exactly are you up to right now. Oh so I've spent most of the past two years spending time with my wife and kids writing a couple of different books. I and and kind of catching my breath. After spending a number of years fighting the belly of the beast as they say so I just have my own small all business we started an elderberry syrup. Business as part of our farm. That's been really really successful. That were hoping to really scale up this year. Her wrote a few different books. Enjoyed some time with my young kids as you understand. It's always like the challenge of a dad or like the time you most need to be working the supposed to provide for your family is also like those critical years when your kids are small and stuff so so. That's really the big things I've been into the past few years. I well I thought in addition to this important conference. You're putting on which will talk about in a little while you might update us on just the general topic a a topic that you follow very very closely of government regulation and of an intervention into food and farming and the sorts of things is going on that a casual observer like me would know about it is obviously. There's the big picture issues going on right now. Involving you know the trade war with China China and you know how that impacts it's made out to be a very big deal in terms of its impact on American farmers and it is a big deal but it's it's only a big deal because the government already so messed up the food and farming economy in the United States in. Oh so if we. He hadn't turned everything from Ohio to Colorado into an endless sea of soy and corn. Then you know we wouldn't then have to be bailing out the farmers whenever we get into geopolitical tussles with other nations. So obviously there's some of that big stuff that people are aware of you know on on kind of like the small day-to-day level the FIZZ MMA food safety modernization act is finally being implemented in. That had some really really interesting stuff up. So far. A for instance It's been targeting from what I've been told by a number of different people in different states feed melts so places that have a lot of farmers especially smaller farmers who aren't vertically integrated or part of Tyson and purdue do and other vertically integrated operations on these local feed mills where you go to buy food for your animals and a lot of the feed mills now are are both increasing pricing increasing minimum order sizes and passing things on to you know their local farmers because Bismah Miami's ensnaring an entangling a lot of businesses that no one really imagined or new. We're going to get caught up in this new regulatory a Schema at and so that's going to be really really interesting as they continue to roll out Bismah and to see how that like freckles through especially the the alternative food economy since generally speaking you know when regulations head they say it's about you know keeping the big Guy Hi and check but it's the little guy who always pays the price talk to me about you. Were telling me about the cottage food folks and apparently the rise of this phenomenon seems to be irritating the regulators. Why should that be? Yeah so Yeah so just a few weeks ago in Louisville on there is I guess it's considered the nation's premier biggest food safety conference and a couple of people I know went and attended and they were sharing. How that it came? Came up in a number of different sessions that you know these people in the basically corporate food system. The regulatory food system really really don't like Mike. The increasing growth and diversity of the cottage food alternative that some different states have adopted did in different ways and and you know basically so readers kind of understand listeners. Understand what we're talking about you know. Usually cottage food is food. That's produced right right in someone's home so it doesn't have to be done in a certified kitchen you know. It's not generally subject to state or federal inspection so it's a regulators worst nightmare because it's something that they don't get to regulate and you know different states. This has different. Things are allowed to do under cottage. Food because of the work of the Institute for Justice quite a few states have adopted much improved greatly expanded cottage food laws over the past five to six years so starting to become a really viable way to start a small business and a lot of these states. But a lot of the regulatory people really don't like these laws ause To them at the is gonNA cause a mass outbreak. Everybody's GonNa die if they can buy a loaf of bread out of somebody else's kitchen instead said a buying it from Kroger type rationale so so it's a very very interesting area because I know in the states that have adopted more expensive cottage outage food bills they have seen an explosion and small businesses. They can operate under those exemptions. which is you know exactly what you and I would expect? Because the biggest reason we don't have more small businesses in America is the barrier to entry if you have to go through a certified kitchen and all these other other hoops and regulations you know. Basically makes it impossible for somebody who's wanting to pursue their dreams and their ideas. Let's talk about this further because as I. I'm not sure this quite qualifies but nevertheless it does call to mind something from my past about ten years ago. I was living in in Auburn Alabama and there was a woman on my street who made the most delicious chicken salad you've ever eaten. I mean I didn't even like chicken salad. That's early so I thought that I had hers. I just couldn't stop eating it and pretty soon. We were all addicted to it and then one day it stopped being produced and the reason why she got an a threatening letter gleaning to her that she did not qualify to be a vendor of chicken salad because she didn't have a kitchen. That could be inspected all this sort of thing. She was making it out of her home. So we're all having withdrawal from having no chicken salad. It was unbelievable. So what that wound up doing. Was it causing her to decide to go into business have an industrial sort of oven and kitchen and so she started a chain that is now very very successful throughout the southeastern states called Chicken Salad Schick and that came out of her efforts in in Auburn. Alabama being you shut down and stymied because she was just opting out of her own kitchen. There's there's no way anybody other than a competing. Chicken Salad Seller was is responsible for having that letter sent to her. I mean that's no way it was that she made much better chicken salad. Anybody else but she did wind up having the last laugh as I say. Because now she has crazily crazily successful chain franchise operation. But is that Kinda like what you're talking about. Yeah well and you know. That's what like like in a number of states because there was so many people operating in grade a black areas one reason cottage food good laws have been adopted is to allow people to do with. That lady was doing so they can grow to the point. Where even though? It's not pleasant and even though I don't think they're really shouldn't have to. They can then transition into the full regulatory system once they reach a certain size and scale it. Because there's just so many people going rogue and say well. I'm going to do this any way. Hopefully by the time I finally get the the latter. I'll be big enough at that point to to make the jump it into this other system in nod habits squash my dreams and destroy by business. Let's talk about how farmers are doing these days and let's start first of all with what do you think about. The claim claim that the trump tariffs have had this kind of boomerang effect on farmers that that a lot of people predicted they would have that farmers are selling less abroad. Rod Is that really having noticeable effect on their bottom line or wh- what what factors overall are contributing to the state of American farms. And what is the state of American farmers for that matter bit will it. The first thing is the state. The State of American farmers has been bad for decades. So you know. We basically had like thirty four bad decades with occasional. Good years you know like American farmers as a few people have put it are the ultimate intimate welfare queens it. Oh you look at the amounts of money that the federal government funnels especially the corn and soy growers the insurance programs and other stuff and it is just a flabbergasting amount of money to prop farm policy adopted. You know fifty some years ago And you know so. We'll we come to today to this issue with the tariffs to how that impacts farmers it is it is Kinda sit here and go it like if we hadn't turned everything from Ohio to Colorado. It do an endless sea of corn and soy. We wouldn't have all of these problems every time we get into a geopolitical kerfuffle with another nation and if we weren't using food as as a foreign policy tool and as a way to influence into other stuff. And if we didn't have this mistaken idea that we have to feed the world so we have to do it at taxpayer expense. It serves the problem with the farming issue is it kind of robes is in. 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It's called the journey with Jesus Deluxe Gift Book Find Out more by going to pastor Rick Dot Com or by texting the word daily to one eight hundred six hundred five thousand four while you listen to today's message right. Now here's pastor rick with part two of a message called the season of loss. Now listen you. Don't get anything else I say. Today get this. There is absolutely absolutely no correlation between your happiness and your circumstances no correlation. Between your happiness circumstances I have seen people who were in the most abject terribly such situations of of happy of depression raised in the ghetto no mom no dad. Abject Poverty Racial prejudice strikes against them on and on on and on and yet seen those folks maintain an incredibly positive attitude of. I'm GonNa do something with my life. I'm GonNa make my life count and they go on to succeed exceed and to be fulfilled and find meaning and purpose in life and yet on the other hand I have talked to some people who honestly have had almost nothing nothing major ever go wrong in their life and they constantly wine okay. I mean every morning they arise and wine. You want a little cheese with your wine now. No I've been in ministry twenty-five years and if you're a wine or you really don't WanNa get close to me because I have about that. Much patients for whiners. Because I've seen for instance situations where two people in the exact situation faced the exact exact same crisis and problem and one comes out going we can make it. With God's we'll do it. Okay let's get going and the other is gone. This stinks. It's terrible life's yes over. Let me tell you what you are as happy as you choose to be. You're as happy as you choose to be because happiness is a choice and you can learn to be happy and basically any situation. But you've got to refuse to be better. I remember a while back. I was sitting in my lazy boy. Comforter Chair Channel Channel Surfing you ever do that and I came up on one channel and it was a preacher who had cerebral Israel Palsy. You could barely understand the guy. His speech was so slurred and he told me about how he lost his mom and dad at a young age and because he has cerebral palsy. Nobody wanted to adopt him out of the orphanage and one hurt after another and he was the most positive person I'd ever seen a long time when I was fascinated by this guy's attitude is enthusiasm is joy overflowed and then I remember him saying and he said you know I live by the eleventh commandment. Thou shalt not bellyache boy. That's a good one and some of you need the write that one down and put it on your refrigerator door. Thou shalt not belly listen most of the world. Would I'd love to have your problems really seriously. Most of the world would love Davir problems. You say rick. You don't know my house bill. I know millions of people who would love to have a house bill. And we're worried about. Are My kids going to get Caesar Beezer Caesar as this year in school while many people around the world or wondering. Are My children going to last another week. Because we haven't eaten in ten days. It's like the old phrase I I complained. I had no shoes until I met a man who had no legs. It's all a matter of perspective and bitterness causes you to get so self centered you forget how much good there really is in the world. Bitterness never changes anything it only makes you more miserable notice verse. Hebrews Twelve fifteen watch out that no bitterness `takes root among you it causes deep trouble hurting many in their spiritual lives at the second part of that verse he says when you allow bitterness to build up in your life because of the season of loss. You're only hurting yourself. Aw You're going to be hurt by other people intentionally unintentionally life you have been hurt and you know what you will be hurt some more and the rest of your life but the bitterness that you allowed to build up will never hurt anybody else. It just hurts you and it makes you miserable. We love to blame blame other people for our unhappiness. We love to blame other people for our problems. I remember a few years ago. Tom and Sean Dell's little boy loop Luke. The youngest Thomas playing a game with him and he said Luke who made the stars and we'll of course new but he said Luke did said Said No. No No God made the Star said Luke who made the trees Luke said. Luke did he said Luke who made the mood he said. Well you know Luke did he went on and on like this. The next morning Tom got up walked in Lucas eating breakfast and he spilled his milk milk all over the table as time goes luke who spilled the milk he said God did and that typical I mean that is human nature in its most blatant form. If anything good happens in my life thank you thank thank you thank you. I did it all myself. Thank you very much I am. I am to be responsible for all these great things in my life. And if anything bad happens me. Oh it's all God's fault we blame it on. Have you ever noticed a insurance policy. What are considered to be acts of God? The list hurricanes floods earthquakes disasters. That's what the world thinks. Their acts of God. Let me tell you what an act of God is when a baby's been born ever held a brand new baby right after it's been born that's a miracle what a marriage has been. Put back together where you thought. There's no way this can ever come back together. We're opposite ends of the polls when a hurt has been healed when a bodies been restored when somebody who's been addicted to some substance has been set free that's an active guy you're listening to pass to Rick's Daily Hope. Rick will be back in just a moment with the rest of today's lesson. If you've missed any part of today's teaching you can listen online anytime at Pastor Rick Dot Com that's pastor rig dot com. Jesus made his way to calvary on. The road called the via via Dolorosa which translates to the way of suffering. There were fifteen stops. He made along the way which hold tremendous significance for every Christian since many of us may not be able to travel to Jerusalem to visit this place pastor rick. Warren has created a beautifully illustrated book called journey. Me With Jesus that will give you away to celebrate. Reflect in pray about what Jesus did for you on the Cross. This book is stunning. 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That's pastor Rick Dot Com with two R's in the middle or the word daily Aley two eight hundred six hundred five zero zero four. This is pastoral. Daily home the Broadcast Ministry Pastor Rick Warren once again. Here's Rick refused to be bitter in the loss of life. How do you do that? How do you keep them becoming better? Two things drive this down number one accept what cannot be changed except what cannot be changed job says in job eleven reach out to God then face the world again firm and courageous re chapter God face the world again firm and courageous. Now many of you do not really understand what faith is. A lot of people. Think faith means ignoring reality and pretending like something really. Isn't that bad for instance. If somebody in your family gets cancer you say oh no on ABC cancer. That's not faith that's just pretending if you get get laid off and your income is no more and you have. No hope are no no promise of where you're going to get your money next week ago. Well I know that everything's okay. Hey No that's not faith if you say no you come down with some sickness and you say well. I'm not sick. That's not faith that just stupidity faith is not denying reality. I want you to write this down. Faith is refusing losing to be discouraged in the face of reality. It's not pretending you don't have a problem. It's refusing to. It'd be discouraged in spite of the problem. That's what real faith is. Now as you grow in your Christian life and as you grow an emotional national maturity one of the marks of emotional maturity is you begin to realize. Most of life is beyond your control. Have you figured this out yet. Yeah in fact. Let me say this way the most important things in your life are beyond your control. Every parent aren't once there. Every parent wants their kids to come to know Jesus Christ grow up and live a godly life. And you can do all you want to. But you can't control that because they have a free wheel just like you do. The most important things in life are beyond your control and and sometimes the only way you can manage. An unmanageable situation is through acceptance of it. Acceptance is is the first step to peace. And when you've lost a loved one and you walk away from a fresh grave all the wishing and hoping and praying is it GonNa bring that person back. The only way to peace is acceptance like the old prayer Lord. Lord help me to accept the things that can't be changed to change the things that can be changed and the wisdom to know the difference. The serenity prayer accept what can't be changed number two instead of being bitter. Look at what's left rather than what's lost. Look at what you have left rather than what you've lost I. That's one in five. Eighteen says no matter what happens. Always be thankful this is God's will for you say it'd be thankful for the problem. No be thankful for what you have left and be thankful thankful that God is still with you and be thankful to God can bring good even out of the bad. That's what you'd be thankful for. You see your past is past and nothing is going to change it not worrying about it not resenting it not be better battery rehearsing it over and over you need to choose to focus on God's goodness truth thrown a lot of you often hear today depressed. Why why would this many people just the law of averages many of you came in depressed? And you're discouraged about a problem with the situation in your life and I wanna tell you the antidote to depression are you listening is gratitude. It's gratitude go home home and make a list of one hundred things you can be thankful for. Lookin' what's left. Not What's lost. Are you still alive but at that one at number one. Are you a Christian. You have Jesus in your heart put that at number two and start making a list and come up with a hundred things you can still be grateful for and you will watch. The clouds of depression began to rise. Vanish gratitude is is one of the antidotes depression. Because just like they said before. You can't be grateful and depressed at the same time. What what you focus on number four in the season of life where I have the losses I released my grief I received for Mother's I refuse to be bitter number four? I need to remember what's important in the season of loss. You see losses and tragedies cities have a way of putting everything into perspective. They clarify your values. They help you figure out some priorities and put everything thing in perspective. You realize what matters most Luke. Fifteen twelve fifteen. Jesus said life is not measured by how much one owns. What is he saying here? Don't confuse your net worth with your self worth their totally unrelated. Don't confuse your possessions with your position in Christ and your purpose. Don't confuse what that you're living on with what you're living for a big difference and in the season of loss you need to clarify verify your values you need to really remember what's important what's GonNa last and when you go through the season you begin to realize the greatest things in life aren't things they aren't things that what really matters relationships people people matter not not thinks so. Don't lose your joy over things that aren't important. Look at I Timothy six seven. He says we brought nothing into the world and we can take nothing out of it now. I know that's true. I mean as I've said many times you've never seen a hearse pulling a U-HAUL so you're not gonna take it with you. I do remember one time that those are the rich Texas oilman who was buried in his cadillac black and as they were putting him under. I remember the guy who's bearing goes man that's limited. I thought no. Aw No that's not living guys dead for real security. What I'm saying here? Is You have up to build your life on something that can be taken from. You can be taken from you. Yes As I said anybody want to give testimony let me tell you something. There is no such thing as job security. I don't care if you're the C O one one of the top corporations they get kicked out too. Don't they there is no such thing as job security but if you lose a job God can turn off one faucet and turn on another just as easy. Can you lose your health. Yes can you lose the person you're married. Yes can you lose your youthful beauty. Well I mean I'm fighting the middle aged B.'s. Bald this bifocals and bulges. You can't build your life on something that's not going to laugh for ultimate security. You must build it in something that cannot be taken away from you and there is only one thing that can never never be taken from you. That is your relationship to God through his son. 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Your future lies in sixty six forty sixty six books by forty authors and yet we now discover gets an integrated message system from outside our time domain. Welcome to sixty sixty six forty the ministry outreach of Quintanilla House and Cornelia Institute. Today's Bible teacher is Dr Chuck Mesler connecting the Bible to your life and the world around you in today's study. Dr Mesler begins his teaching on the book of Deuteronomy Chapter One Thousand Nine hundred twenty okay. Obviously we're in the Tora. Just by way of Review Genesis. Excellent biggest numbers deuteronomy the Torah or the Pentateuch and of these. We are of course in a book. That's really collection of sermons. Where Moses knowing as at the end of his days is reviewing and giving them a final message and so the whole redemptive God's plan redemption was an exodus his instruction for Worship Excess Twenty through number ten and their failure? Faith were were condemned to a thirty eight years to take thirty eight years. What would he should have been? Eleven Day journey In in in the book of numbers finally we get during those After those they have as you recall as we reviewed before the conquest east of Jordan The King of og the King of science and the rest of them and but we always think of the conquest as being under Joshua in Israel proper. We would call it or the west of the Jordan River but they had several conquest east and they actually set up some cities. We're talking about in a minute. Which is one reason? I want to get this perspective but We we get to the book of Deuteronomy the whole issue. Here's relationship. Let me surprise you because we were talking a lot. But the laws as Moses continues to review the various laws that were established in exodus and numbers and so forth. It's actually a set of sermons and it's really about relationship. The basic message is that God has not changed since then and man has not changed since then and so the basic message believe it or not in the book of Deuteronomy is love. Book of Deuteronomy is the book that Jesus quotes from on more than any other book. He quotes from each incidentally Jesus quotes from each of the books of the Torah and attributed to Moses so these people who think that Moses didn't write. It haven't done their homework if you believe in. Jesus Christ you who wrote the book. The books of Moses Moses did you don't believe scratch you got bigger problems in the authorship of Torah but Jesus quotes from the book of Deuteronomy that any of those it's interesting that during his temptations the famous temptations each one of his responses is a quote from scripture and each of the descriptors are in the book of Deuteronomy. And so it's not a question of do's and don'ts Redo actually not about legalism as it would seem so superficial reading. It's actually about relationship. and Jesus is the fulfillment of each of these issues and each relationships. And I won't go through the rest. They'll be the notes we'll go ahead now and so. The book is pretty simple. It's really a group of sermons and then a summary of three sermons really and then some comments that were appended of course by the scribes regarding Moses very final days and so now we mentioned last time eighteen qualities profit so we mentioned that under the gospel of John We when they when John the Baptist was in the Jordan twenty miles from Jerusalem the scribes had to send a special investigated investigative team to find out what was going on such crowds crowds with John the Baptist at the Jordan from the temple area that they wanted to find out what's going on now that very interesting itself realize these people are on foot. There was no rental cars like today. Jerusalem you have around car and it's twenty mile driving to join you know. These people walked twenty miles to John. The Baptist so many that the investigative but when they went there they ask three questions. Are you the Messiah. No are you the the Elijah no are you. That Prophet the Prophet Moses. Of course he said no and then he he was and you go on and John One but this prophet of Moses. It's interesting that from Deuteronomy. Eighteen and other passages. There was an expectation. Obviously return of Elijah. I just mentioned the Malachi in several places and obviously the Messiah was atmosphere of expectation there. But the Prophet of Moses Jose Jesus was incidentally enough fulfillment of that too. There's a lot of parallels between Moses and Jesus he was buried in both of them were spared in infancy both of them renounced announced royal court both of them both Jesus and Moses had compassion for the people both Jesus Moses Make Intercession for the people It said in both both exit thirty four. And Second Corinthians three that they spoke with face to face and of course both of them were mediators of a covenant Moses in the Old Testament of course Jesus in the New Testament. So it's interesting to see those parallels but deuteronomy structures pretty straightforward. I P versus the first chapters about the failure that they had endured the the conclusion of the thirty eight years of wilderness wandering the mutual love the love of God for the people and the obligations in response. In fact. That's really what chapters twelve through twenty seven deal with the obligations of God related people and even though we're not under the law there's many things that will gleaned from that as being related people the alternatives that are before God related people in Chapters Twenty seven to thirty and then the final arrangements for continuity with Moses passing at the end of the book. So that's a quick snapshot of the Book and of course we are in chapters nineteen twenty tonight so nineteen. We're talk a little bit about the cities of refuge. We're talking about what a goal is and we'll talk about the principle of Lex Talionis which you know as a as I for night so forth so but it's interesting what's happening here. Is there anticipating a settlement. They've been wandering for thirty eight years so all the arrangements that they're used to traveling pneumatic group are starting starting to shift. Because they're going after most is going to be going into the lion under Joshua and so on but they'll start settling and some changes they're going to start decentralizing realizing that the administration of Justice as nomadic tribes had a central authority with Mohsen the priest and so forth. They're going to have to distribute that. So it's GonNa Change caused some changes under Moses. The Altar had become an asylum for someone who killed another person accidentally if you were accused of manslaughter you killed killed someone in those days. The next of kin would come after you but if you were if it was an accidental death what we call it manslaughter. Their their provisions there was if if they could make it to the to the to the tabernacle the altered self was a place that someone could find asylum. Well that doesn't work if you're GONNA be spread across the land so we will. Even the slaying of animals by the way was now. Decentralized Remember Deuteronomy twelve but so the Law of silence at geographical changes going on. So let's jump into Deuteronomy nineteen first first one when the Lord God has cut off the nation's whose land the Lord I got the and they'll succeed is them and into ellison their cities and in their houses thou shalt separate three cities for the in the midst of our land which the Lord Giveth either possess it. Now prepare or the way and divide the coasts of I land which the Lord thy God give it the inherit into three parts that every slayer may flee either so this is where you're introducing this whole idea of the the cities of refuge. They actually setup three already on the east of the Jordan. They're gonNA sit up three more on the west of Jorde and these. We'll take a look at these here. The first one hundred stand that when the tribes go into the land each of the tribes the exception of one gets inheritance by lot. They divide the land into regions for Judaism Ian Benjamin and so forth and except for the Levis Levi's did not inherit the land because God was their inheritance but what they did get. We're forty eight cities that were assigned to the Levi's there are actually thirteen of those were for the family of Aaron. The priest themselves nine were in Judah Foreign Benjamin those were scattered over six but six of these forty eight cities were declared cities of refuge inch and the they were to have a space about thousand cubits. Call it finally three yards if you will beyond the city walls for pasture and raising crops and and such purposes in addition to the somebody say the cities. It wasn't just the town they receive some area around that town and the sacred boundary was a square. We understand from some some archaeological discoveries having the four angles at the four cardinal points. If you conviction is that we would probably call a diamond at Rama's but equal size but with the corners in the cardinal points but anyway Four six of these forty cities were cities of refuge. And they were Qadesh checking Hebron beezer rim Gilead and Galon talent going. Now as we'll see see when you get quickly get the picture here is the text develops the idea. was that if you found yourself in a situation where you'd 'cause the accidental death of someone you're working in the in the in the example of Moses will use if the head of the accident you chopping trees should slip off the thing and hit somebody and kill them accidental. The dental. There's no there's no premeditation. There's no grudge. It's not that's what we would call an art manslaughter. Quilt if you accidentally hit someone in the car or something well if if that was the case what you did right then and there you had to find your way quickly to one of the city's refuge and if you could convince the the city fathers there and there's a procedure that will come to that. It was manslaughter not premeditated they would give you a silent. The Avenger your blood. The next of kin from the person was killed. It was coming after. You could not touch you if you had made it to. The city of refuge we're accepted by them and as long as you. It remained in the city of refuge. You are safe if you left the city of refuge for whatever reason you were fair game to the Avenger of blood see realized. They didn't have an organized. Please horse it's interesting to realize we have a nation here Israel that had that didn't have a police force such also had no prisons. You took care that another way and so it's a different kind of cultural setting but we observe this great fascination in fact if you read most commentators most commentators they will talk about. This tend to regard this whole procedure. Getting into as just a quaint custom of ancient Israel. There's nomadic tribe converting to a settlement tribe has a curious cultural background. It may have some implications that are far more profound once you recognize. The scripture is designed by God himself and every detail there is specifically by engineering. We Start Short asking ourselves some questions. What's what's going on here because there's another aspect? The cities of refuge very strange you had this asylum in the city of refuge until until the high priest died the high priest died. You're free to go and you're protected and you go back home now you see yourself. That's kind of weird. Because these cities are scattered across the whole nation. And what does what does the death of the high priest down Jerusalem have to do anything but that was the procedure that was in the Torah. Well let's take a look at these six feet feeling for the geography. Three of them are west of the Jordan and three of them are east of the Jordan. And so let's take a look. Look the first one look at us. Qadesh up north. It's west of the Jordan just north of the Sea of Galilee some distance and it's quite a word means wholly by the away condition of Tyler. Qadesh bar MEA which is down. The South don't confuse the two but Kadarshian in galleys. The one we're talking about. It was a liberal city of refuge assigned to the Gershon I leave lights and it was also the name may be familiar to you. Can You may remember in the book of judges where he was born. He and Deborah assembled assembled. SEMBLANCE OF NAFTA tally tribes in judges. Four at at Kodak and later on after the after Solomon Almond civil war and the nations are divided. The Syrians finally are used by God's judging northern kingdom and invade the landowner to take left believes or they the the city was the first to be captured in. This has deported simply. Because it's at the northernmost point pretty much at the northern part of it so the next one is a little further south just just south of west of the Galley and it's a very famous city for a lot of reasons the word actually means shoulder. And here's where God appears to Abraham Ham Back in Genesis twelve and. He pitched his tent and he built an altar there under the oak of Moray. Your James is the plane of more it's actually mistranslates Oak Amaury but anyway anyway. This is also where Jacob reentered the land later and bought a parcel field where it spreads tint from the children which was checking father and this was bequeathed ultimately to WHO Joseph that's injustice forty eight and mentioned in Joshua Twenty Four. It's alluded to in John. Four but also this is where Joshua gave his farewell charge at the end end of the book of Joshua for me in my house we will serve the Lord and so on. It's also Joseph buried so check him and it was a checking that Raya Bohm I'm was made King Solomon dies but it was also there where the Israelites. Revolted Jeroboam who actually made check him his capital for his time and it was from civil capitalist. Shiloh is it's religious capital that from being the northern kingdom and it's presently today you see the news Nablus titus was Beijing named Neapolis and in the in the Roman period and it gets corrupted to the word Nablus which is the way it's labeled today and you'll find it in the news. Maybe 'cause we're one of the places that there's always you know attention since over okay. Let's take a look at the third one. Called Heron way down South just west of the Dead Sea and the the word means alliance or fellowship. Its earlier name which also probably recognize from Genesis Joshua Book as curious Arba. It was a favourite home of Abraham. That's where he pitched his ten of folks with Mama different places from here. He went to rescue lot and brought him back. After the defeat of the nine kings in genesis fourteen. And this is where his name was changed from Abram to Abraham with the insertion of the heck in the name and the spirit of God breathe into this is where the Lord born into angels remember the three visitors meet Abraham and promise him a son go on the next day to guru. 'cause they had a little date there to deal with that issue justice nineteen. You may recall this. Sarah was buried in the Cave Muqtada. Some very very highly venerated marketplace called Macau which is protected elected by the Muslims because they venerate Abraham in control of that region. Right there which you know it was purchased from me from from the tight and all of that well so have run was taken by Joshua. When under the conquest given Caleb and later on David Becomes King of Judah this becomes his royal residents for seven and a half years until he was anointed king over all of Israel Mattress King of Judah? He reigned there seven years as king of Judah before he's made eight the king of overall Israel and it also became the residence of his rebellious son. Absolutely who had expected to get most of the support from his is native tribe of Judah Hebron obviously in the tribe in the region of notice to and so we have in the West Qadesh Shekel and Lebron left tackle at the east. We have in the south. You're going up north of town called Caesar. And it's I mean the word means fortress. It's the city of the room nights it was assigned by took took lots to the tune of Murari that's one of the tribes. It's been identified with the ruined vision of Baraza N- it's about twelve miles. North of Pesspon is twenty miles east of ditsy at the northern tip so roughly word is and so we have rim of Gilead which is a communes heights by the way this is familiar in in our ears because in I kings twentieth. And we're joined Johanna fat endeavor to rescue it from the hands of King of Syria and it was mortally wounded and so forth. At last and anyway similar attempt was made by Durham when the latter was ruined it so after I came to San Jose and this is the city where Jay who who is a senator who was anointed by one of his sons one of the sons of the prophets so these towns are occur frequently in the scripture. Then we have six. Does a bunch is a town of on the Golan Heights is a region there and east of the Dead Sea the Galley and there was a town called Galon means exile. It's a city in the regenerate is also called Sean John. Remember the kings of Sean Og. The King of John was a giant where the referee and we'll start again but so so called suburbs or assigned to the gersh nitric Levi's and Auguste King of August one that united all this principle is to become the king of Bush on the town was destroyed by Alexander. The great great but by then also give his name to a large district called goal and so it became in effect the eastern boundary of the Galilee. It's also part of the tetrarchy. We read about a Philip. And all that's in Josephus and there's a lot of background well all of this now one of the things that as we deal with the cities of refuge one one of the things that's missed by many many people. I want to suggest to you because I think it's I think it's a challenge. By people say truck you say that everything in the scriptures captures therefore are learning and furthermore that. Everything's scripture one way or another points to Jesus Christ well for Heaven's sakes what about these cities of refuge. Here's his quaint practice. This to provide asylum for manslaughter refugees. And what's that got to do with anything in modern day. Well whenever you have a puzzle like that there's a simple way to solve the puzzle and that's put Christ right in the middle of it and see what happens okay. Now of course in Christ's case let's take a look at Jesus Christ is to. He was crucified. How many new? Then but ninety percent all right I'm sitting okay was his crucifixion. First degree murder or manslaughter. Well from God's point of view it's first degree murder right because he was delivered by the determined counseling foreknowledge of God X. Twenty-three Twenty-three tells us right so you can argue justifiable from God's perspective. It was premeditated I would argue. Okay that's premeditated it was. He's not a tragedy. It was an achievement because thousands of years went into the preparation for that the universe everything in the universe throughout throughout the universe you measured in terms of across Judaea some two thousand years ago. But that's from God's point of view very premeditated what about from our point of view yours and mine. I'm going to remember. What is it? Manslaughter suggested was because Jesus says he's hanging on the cross father for the forgive them why for they. What not what you do? So from our point of view you could argue that it's manslaughter case. The cities of refuge apply. Don't they well. What is is our city of refuge? Jesus Christ so. I'm going to argue that the that the that the refuge for man cities the number of man is Jesus Christ of course but okay this whole city refuge idea obtained until till what even heard the high priest died. WHO's our hyper? And he died and die for us so we have freedom by the death of the High Priest in Hebrews seven twenty five and John Twenty one so in a fascinating way to me. At least I think I see the cities of refuge in there in the very strange rabbinical way as has the type of Christ and we're going to see some more of those kinds of things. The wages of sin is death. That's part of what the whole city of refuge things about Roma six twenty three and God's appointed refuge of course Jesus Christ export export twelve. There's no other name among men. But Jesus Jesus Christ now the whole idea of the cities of refuge. Of course you'll discover in the Torah. There's all kinds of rules that they had to make sure that highways were always clear. They had to make sure that the bridges were. We're always repaired. There's a special laws to make sure that twenty four hours a day every day that here that it was clear that case that guy was trying to get their there'd be no encumbrance hundreds so the whole idea was to make it easy to read. That's why these six cities you notice. They were scattered across that map. Easy reach well. There's there is no es is your reach than Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ opened all right revelation. Twenty two seventeen so one and doors were never locked the gates. We're never locked them. City refuge meddling and it was stocked with provisions. For that very reason there was no other help available in Hebrews ten makes the point of that and all of this works until the high priest is in in our high priest has died on our behalf so it all works now. There are some differences. You can say you check. That's pretty interesting. That's type okay but every type can be misapplied also there are some differences. It's in the city of refuge. Only the innocent. We're saved in our case. We're all guilty okay. So that breaks down there and of course crisis far more available to us than the city of refuge was to the flea. But so let's take a look at the words mean by the way Qadesh means righteousness this and of course the thing that you could never be accused of second time checking shoulder and like shepherd he carries us have ron means fellowship ship and of course we enter into fellowship with him. These are means fortress are strong. He's our fortress in homework safe secure remedies heights and we were on the heights even though we are in exile and we are exiles where pilgrims we all are strangers to this world and that the predicament of flair to it city refugee. She was estranged from his troop home. Well let's go on that digression a little background. The city's refuge pick up deuteronomy verse four a a Deuteronomy Nineteen sport this is the case of the slayer which Shell flavor that. He may live who kill his neighbor. Ignorantly whom he hated you did not in time passed as a man goes into would with his neighbor to hugh wood and his hand fed. Just a stroke of the axe to cut down on the tree and had slipped from the health and light at the broncos neighbor neighbor that he di he is wanted in this predicament. Shell flee to one of those cities and live and so we're now going to talk a little bit something. I didn't talk about about a four. This the whole concept in call the goal and generally translate that as a kinsman redeemer and we find this developed force in detail in the book of Ruth was through the example. We always learn best from stories. That's why he'll join novel so much and some the historic much of our history. We learned from historical novels. Well in that sense ruth is a true story. Not a not not a fiction but it's the narrative of that love stories also the way we understand. Hand what a goal or kinsman redeemer really is in that love stories you call. He renamed the land of inheritance and he performed the LEVERETT marriage urge taking ruth to bride. And I want to get started to understand the kid's been redeemer mode. He had some conditions he he had to be a kinsman. Couldn't be to somebody wanted to help. He had to be a kinsman of the person in the predicament. He had to be willing. Obviously he had a choice. He didn't have to do this I but he also said he willing and had to be able to perform if it was redemption thing he had to be able to pay for it. If that's what it is. It's alleged right marriage. He had to be able to take the woman to you too bright and and he's somebody. The alternator said he had to assume all the obligations of the benefit of the beneficiary. You maybe call of course Ruth which was a Moa bias that had come there with her mother-in-law the husband of of Naomi and three sons who had married these women had passed away and when Ruth finding after ten years discovers things better back in Bethlehem where she came from she she goes there and ruth insists on being being with her people. Might People. You're gonna be our gods and so forth and where you I'll be buried. That was that famous commitment of rooster. Naomi is very touching you. Guess yes there. Of course there and she leans there's a law of their welfare approach. was that you own land and you glean. We are central who once whatever you missed. Whatever fell by the wayside was to be left for the Widows and orphans destitute that was the way they operated so it was the custom Ruth Young Ruth gleaning for herself and for the and happens on the field by boas is what she doesn't realize? His Boas is a kinsman of Naomi. You have been listening to sixty six forty the ministry outreach of Quantity House and Cornelia Institute. Today's Bible teacher was Dr Chuck. Whistler teaching through the book of Deuteronomy for a complete listing thing of resources available. Please contact K.. House Dot Org. You can also call us on one eight hundred K.. House one don't forget to visit our youtube. I'm channel for a growing archive of forever. Free content thank you for listening to sixty six forty and for your continued support of this ministry until next time as we continue this series. May God bless you with the knowledge of his son. Jesus Christ as you study his word. 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No one ever promised that Christian life would be easy and yet we naturally avoid any semblance of suffering whether physical or emotional. We arrange our lives so that pain is avoided well today on insight for living. Chuck swindle reminds us that God never wastes are suffering. In fact he does some of his greatest work when we're sitting in the crucible of his design well no matter what sorrow you're bearing today it's encouraging to know that our savior is fully acquainted with the emotional darkness. The Grief Week Delivers Jack. Titled Today's Message The Cup that he drank On the Cross he sealed my pardon paid the the debt and made me free. Isn't it great to be at a place for someone else. Pays your debts and there's a debt you could not ought and would not have ever been able to pay for yourself and eternal debt against you and me because of our sin that is what makes the cross so significant. We don't worship the cross anymore anymore than we worship the Bible. These are magnificent messages that tell us of the one to worship the the cross where the sacrifice was made on our behalf and the Bible reveals the truth to US whatever was written in earlier earlier times right Paul to the Romans was written for our learning that we through patients and comfort from the scriptures might have hope Romans fifteen four. God's word gives us hope you'll find in your worship folder. An outline outline on the other side of the outline is chart. We'll look at both later. Put that at Luke chapter nine please. Just just took it there in the Bible Luke Nine and then turn to John. Eighteen John. Eighteen is a very very moving account of the arrest of Jesus in the garden just after the last supper and just before the torture related to the cross followed by of course his death as he hung there for US John. Eighteen is just in between those two segments time. When Jesus has had spoken these words he went forth with his disciples over the Red Wien of the key drone where there was a garden into which he himself entered and his disciples? Now Judah US also who was betraying him knew the place it's for. Jesus had often met there with his disciples. Judas then having received the Roman cohort and officers from the chief priests and the Pharisees came there with a lantern and torches into weapons Jesus therefore knowing all the things that were coming upon him went forth and said to them whom do you seek. They answered him Jesus Nazareno he said to them I am he and Judas also who was betraying him was standing with them when therefore he said to them I am he. They drew back and fell to the ground again therefore he asked him whom do you seek and they said Jesus the Nasreen. Jesus I told you that I am he. Therefore you seek me let these go their way that the word might be fulfilled which he spoke of those whom thou given me. I lost not one Simon Peter therefore having a sword drew it and struck the high priests slave and cut off his right ear. The slaves name was Malkhas uses therefore said to Peter put the sword into into the Sheath the cup which the father has given me. Shall I not drink it You're listening to insight for living to search the scriptures with chuck swindle be sure to download his searching the scriptures studies by going to insight world dot org slash studies and now the message called the Cup that he drank when God wants to do an impossible task he takes an impossible person and crushes him. You've heard me give you that quotation before. It isn't original with me. It has come from the teaching of of the late. Dr Alan Redpath when I was the first year student at Dallas Seminary. Dr Redpath came from Moody Memorial Church to bring a lecture ship at our school. He'd come in for just a few days for a mini series where he chose to speak on Christ and especially racially on a dimension of the Cross. Frankly I'd never heard emphasized before I've forgotten much of what Dr Redpath taught but a few lines like that when I will never forget. Let me repeat it when God wants to do an impossible task he takes an impossible person. Listen and crushes him now at first. That sounds brutal. If not altogether cruel until you understand that becoming coming like Christ is a very painful process in fact it takes a long time for many people to get really serious about their walk with Christ and that lengthy period of time is mart by crushing experiences. which brings me to another line that Dr Redpath gave the conversion of a soul is the miracle of moment but the making of a seat is is the task of a lifetime? Think about that. I've come to see that nothing touches us. That doesn't doesn't I pass through the hand of God all the crushing notwithstanding. But this isn't about me. This is about would Christ. Is Teaching US now understand. The word is used in the broad sense not in the sense of Figure that stands stands on the wall there that is made out of stone or someone who's called a saint. We're talking about a disciple of Jesus coming to know Christ. It is in a point of time a decision made for the savior where we receive the gift of eternal life by faith. Because of God's Grace Ace and we come to Christ alone by faith alone that's called conversion. It's the miracle of a moment however the process it's a big disciples is a journey as redpath calls it. It's the task of a lifetime. Turn if you we'll to luke chapter nine in your bibles and as you do open your outline to the opposite side would you just turn it on the reverse side. Aw sometimes there's a chart that helps see something a little more clearly. And I hope this simple horizontal chart will do that for you. Start at the far are left and work your way to the right on the left you will see an example or illustration of words used in the scriptures regarding those who do do not know Jesus Christ we are called enrollments to one people without excuse we are we were enemies Romans. Five five ten tells us we were dead and trespassing sins as the first verse of efficiency to furthermore we are told he who does not have the sun does not have the life a section out of I John Chapter Five. All of this describes those who do not know the savior and we were all so in that situation at one time in existence we were what the scripture calls lost unsaved without. Hope we've got a future with God. We were away from God and then you will notice by grace through faith and that is all set forth in the New Testament estimate we come through the cross of Christ Romans five eight where God proves his love to us in while we were yet sinners Christ died for us so we come through the Cross to faith in Christ notice that is called in today's terms conversion that's called being being born a new or born from above conversion. This is the miracle of a moment now notice the Arrow takes you into the circle. All that is on your right here. And it's a large circle where we enter into the family of God we become believers in Christ that is in in a moment of time we trust Jesus and we become believers in Christ notice around that circle are words describing that event or or that experience that decision. We are justified by delivered from darkness. We are protected by God's power born of the spirit spirit. We are sealed in Christ we become children of God in on. That list could go around that major circle. Let me say to all all of you. Who Know Christ you are in that circle you may not feel like it? Some days and truth be told we may not act like some days but we are in Christ and because of that we are in the family of God and that is a sealed and secure position to be. You will never be out of Christ once you have been accepted into the family just as you will never have someone else's family blood flowing through your system system having been born into your family no matter how you act no matter how you feel you will always bear the nature the blood of your the family heritage the same in Christ we are believers now look closer into the circle there is a smaller group and we put that in dotted lines lines because it is a process. It is a period of time we go through as we experience the beginning stages of discipleship Ownership where we trust deeply in our savior where we are willing to give up our wills for his will where where we decide that the future is really in God's hands not our own selfishness is thrown out the window and in its place is a Christ. He's like miss that becomes the driving force of our lives. Let me add here. This is when the crushing takes place. It isn't crushing to come to know. Christ it becomes a crushing experience. A painful journey as you learn and I learned to give up our wills for for the father's will in his called as Jesus put it taking his cross and following him. Now let let me give you if I may in simple terms a definition of being a believer in Christ a Christian is a person who was writing related to God through route faith in Jesus Christ if you have come by faith to Jesus Christ you are a Christian. You have taken the gift of eternal life. You have become a believer in Christ Acts Sixteen Verse Thirty One believe on the Lord. Jesus Christ voiced and you will be saved first John Five eleven. God has given us eternal life in this. Life is in his son son. Listen to this he has. The son has the life he does not have. The Sun does not have the life so we enter into this relationship. The ship with God through faith in his son. However it doesn't mean we become automatically disciple? It doesn't mean that Christ is Lord over over every phase of our lives or even many phases of our lives. That's the task of a lifetime. That's a journey that we must take faithfully Lee and painfully as we grow mature in Christ. I rejected the statement redpath made when I was a first year. Student Dallas Seminary. I'd I'd known very little of crushing to be frank about it. I thought that sounded a very brutal and then I came across toys words. It's doubtful God can use anyone greatly till he's hurt him deeply H. U. RT not h. e. a. r. d. until he has hurt him deeply not begin to be crushed. And for whatever it's worth you could say the same I'm sure my crushing rushing continues to go on the last couple of years of my life and ministry have been some of the most crushing my entire Christian life. I have a friend who's close to me. And he said I thought when you reach your age the hard time stop and the good times enter as well haven't gotten there yet but I keep coping. I don't think the ever come not on this earth. Why because being transformed into the likeness of Christ is a painful journey? Now what is becoming a disciple me. It means becoming a close follower of Jesus Christ. It's a process listened to the process. When I did? An ounce all lesser loyalties. I become a disciple of Christ when my I love for Christ is Greater Than My love for my wife and for my children I become a disciple of Christ when my goal is to please him more than two please my parents or my parents best wishes are someone else who has high expectations of me. It's the transfer of that drive. It includes the submission of my will to his will. It involves self denial and unwillingness unwillingness to pursue my own way into God's way to please him. Now you have have your Bible Open. Dilute nine I want you to look at verse. Twenty two down through who will go down to verse Twenty Four. I know of no more clear concise section of scripture on discipleship in few words than Luke. Nine twenty two through twenty four. The son of man must suffer many anything be rejected by the elders and chief priests and scribes be killed and be raised up on the third look closely. He was saying to them all remember last time we were together. I said context matters never never pull versus out out of context and make them walk on their own so so to speak see them in the context in the context Jesus is with his own the following players. He's with his men. The MINNIE's chosen and for a period of time many many many months by now he has been walking with them along a long life journey teaching them training them. Shaping them mentoring them now. He's alone with them and he asks Peter the Question of people say that I am or ask all of them the question and Peter Answers over they say this they say that. But we believe you're you're the Messiah. Yeah the son of the Living God verse twenty. You're the Christ of God. The word Christ is the word that could be translated anointed nor did one often rendered messiah. You are the Messiah of God but he warned them instructed them not to tell anyone that's it's another subject we won't go into verse twenty two. Don't get hung up on twenty one. Let's go on twenty two. He went on to say the son of man must suffer many things. You're crushing in that. He should the son of man must be crushed which will include being rejected. The elders and chief priests and scribes and his case it met being killed and be he raised up on the third day. Can you imagine goes followers hearing that. Can You Imagine Judas. The only reason he wanted to be a part of the ban was sort of beyond that well special circle of people in the administration of the Kingdom. I mean his heart wasn't right and he hears this. This man I've been following is going to die. I want him enthroned. Don't want him on a cross and how disillusioned the others must have been in fact on one occasion. Peter says to Jesus he rebukes him saying no say that and Jesus response to Peter. Was You get right behind me Satan. You see there was no loyalty like Christ loyalty to the father. And the father's will not even his friendship with Peter. I stayed with the subject. The son of man must go through all of this glorious news and we s we celebrated. We did every Easter. He must be raised on the third verse. Twenty three and he was saying to them all so to all the people standing standing with him. All those men if anyone wishes to come after me let him deny himself take up up his cross daily. Follow me. Stop right there when you're reading the Bible and you come across statements eight months like this that are pregnant with meaning. There are so many things that could be drawn from. Take your time pause. Let Your Eyes Graze over what you've just read noticed. It's a condition if anyone and I say that today if any of you if any of US choice we have come into the circle burkle. We are in the family. But if if we wished to be in the inner circle of discipleship those who have given up their Ron will for his those who have determined not to guide their lives selfishly but unselfishly those who choose to be generous rather than a hoarding adding those who see the needs of others rather than focus on their own that inner circle I find three specific requirements. Notice them notice them let him deny nine himself for the next few minutes as we analyze these three specifics. I want you to understand. You're not going to read about these things in a Wall Street Journal. You're not going to see him. In Newsweek magazine. Time will not come out next week extolling the virtues of denying yourself are you kidding. It's all about us. It's all about me. No no no not for the disciple. Disciple is known as a a self denying person that means to say no to yourself that means to refuse what you want but except accept what your father wants it means to disown your own rights to Dethrone self and enthroned Christ iced. I'm going to give you moment to picture it. Your heart is like throne room and sitting on the throne of your heart. Is Either your savior. Jesus Christ or yourself and you just look back back over the last few days and you'll see how far along you are in this lifetime task of becoming a disciple denying yourself off specified that in a few minutes alone street second take up his cross daily he would add that would need daily but I the crawls last time we were together we learned that it's a symbol of death so obscene didn't even unfit proper conversations around the table in a Roman home. Symbol of saying no to myself. Putting to the death my will deliver with the pain that that entails and do a daily Own Own vis. 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We'll get right to it. got a great show for you today. A bunch of stuff stuff going on. We'll talk about it later. Roger Vir Bitcoin. Jeez there's GonNa tell us all about everything. Roger Vir has been. Long time proponent of volunteerism the idea the oil human interaction should be by mutual consent or not at all including your money. Okay so this is what's going on. There is going to be eh the bank run. I mean we're GONNA have a bank run. I'm going to do a bank. Run and Winnipeg then Phoenix and your entrance fee is a withdrawal slip. You know when you go to do that money. You know the cash work pretty good about some bitcoin cash. Now we've done long interviews with a lot of the guys maximalist adamant homebase Jimmy Song. You go try explain. Explain it to me and I'm telling you I'm Dan Ed and then you failed miserably because if I don't have bubble gum money. I don't have money now. They datum does the banks and so on there and for some whistling past the graveyard something and we had Norio. Rubini debated baited Roger Veer here. Recently I saw that and I was like what the hell was that so I want Roger to tell us all about that. How the heck did that come about? Why did Rabin even agree to do it? And what was he so mad about. You Know Roger help us out man go. Yeah it was maybe two weeks ago in London. That happened I think the reason he did it plain and simple. He got paid because it made for the whole conference lot more funds so they got up on stage with the end of the day. The arguments against against cryptocurrencies are really really weak. Euro answer the question. I asked him do you or do you not think that people should be allowed to do what they want with their the money and he refused to have sacrificed. You know you're selling he went in Hominem on you like you wouldn't believe it was and then I. Is there anything else. You like his haircut or something. I mean come on on you know it was I just I just want to know he was there you think he got paid. How much did he get paid? I don't know the exact ZAC mountain one hundred percent for sure that their conference organizers paid him to it had to be a chunk because he didn't want to be there that's why he was so angry you. He didn't get paid enough and he got roasted I you were nice to him. You tried to you know you bring them into the he didn't like and I'm just wondering who does he represent I think he represents the legacy central banking system in which small groups of people get to boss. Everybody else around as to what they can or can't do with their own money so he said I don't like these tools like bitcoin cash don't know he said that he goes. No government is going to let you blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. He said it did happen. That's the whole point is because no government can stop these cryptocurrencies. That's why they're so exciting interesting to me. Thank you you know. That's one thing I was I. I don't think that you actually said that you know I was going. I was like saying Roger. I don't care what your government says. You Ain't gonNA stop. Not Yeah I mean you did you hold back on that a little bit. No I think just talks alleged. It was hard for me to say as much as I would have liked to otherwise. So if there's ever around do I'll make sure to mention that like why should a bunch of strangers living in a city. The boss the rest of his around. I don't care what they think anymore. Nature what I think now is awesome the future bitcoin cash. This is you know you know. My thing has always been privacy. I WanNa make sure I get. You know they they don't tell me what to do and I do whatever and bite me and I get small trend micro transactions being the thing. I was really upset when watch my bit. You know. Didn't it's like you just go. Click hits the blockchain. You watch the video everybody gets paid immediate time none of this Youtube Platform de monetize. Thing Blip Watch my bet and it went away because the transaction action fees to give a quarter cost sixty dollars just stupid so this. What's the future of Bitcoin cash? Why are you? You think you're going to be so successful in what's common. There's of course. The fees are the transactions are super cheap super fast and super reliable. That's that's important but the really fun things that we have now just within the last couple of weeks. We launched the tool. We're bitcoin cash tokens. But you can now. The dividend payments the token holders. So they work like the will of anonymous Bayer shares that are also liebler dividends. So that's why. Oh you lost me about the first sentence there start over what so anonymous bear shirts bear shares for just shares. Anybody who has the paper certificate is the owner of the share so imagine those in digital form and historically those governments for the most part of made them illegal because they're they're too great to useful But they've never been able to receive dividend payments because you have to know who the first is paid. Dividends will now bitcoin cash we have anonymous bear shares. It can receive dividend payment so imagine the road had an IPO and then started paying dividends dollar token holders every month. That's now off on Bitcoin. Cash right now today and with things. It's like cash shuffle. Yeah privacy is well on gas and we're about to all of that into our five and a half million. BITCOIN DOT COM wallet so stay tuned that Way Way Way Way Way Way Rate Bitcoin Dot Com wa which I have and I I used that to and it was a feature is going to be an icon. I AH CLICK A button. Push does coin shovel and private shuffling. Quick all right. We have a version available from get hub for android when you have to download manually. We're planning to have that rolled out for the whole world by the end of the year. Is the plan for everybody. And then tokens as well on top of that should be out by the end. Did this year as well but you can do it right now. At Badger DOT BITCOIN DOT COM. We have another one of dramatic into your tokens up right now today. Ready to go awaiting is it a honey badger it is a honey badger enriched. bitcoin is the honey. Badger of money will have Badger Wallet. ooh Does everybody get that reference. Only the whole time bitcoin is. We'll get the honey badger. It was just a mean video. A guy have voiced. Look Honey Badger. Don't give a crap. He just always gets bit by a Cobra and he comes back the honey badger of money and it goes forever and ever and ever so the reference. Now this is some of the other features. What do you think is the one thing that sets bitcoin cash apart from any other the cryptocurrency? As we go in to what's going to happen I mean if we had bitcoin in nine things would be a lot different. The bad guys is are not did not count on. Don't like don't see the option they want you to just have to. Now it's purple money. I mean you know you do whatever the heck they add. Zeros take off zero on your money or whatever. What are you going to happen this next round when it goes it depends on how much infrastructure we have built up? But I want to point out that I'm not a big in cash maximalist. I'm a maximum of anything that works. If something's useful people are gonNA use it and so I'm busy trying to build all the tools to make the aucoin caches useful as we possibly can enact some sort of financial crisis people need something so another fun example of as the Bitcoin cash register APP. If you have a business you WANNA accept. bitcoin cash download the bitcoin cash the streak and we set up at thirty seconds. bitcoin cash is a really great tool. Okay how fast is adoption. You spend a lot of time in Asia and around but yeah where are you spending most of your time. Asia's hotspot Asia's spot on. I'm I'm calling from Cambridge United Kingdom today so I may be presenting a bitcoin castrol edge starting tomorrow in traditional business. I'm not preaching to the choir. I'm reaching out to existing business owners with substantial businesses and getting awful about thirteen. I think it was twelve thirteen. There's when was the year that consumer electronics show in Las Vegas. A lot of the crypto guys is you know got a booth up there. We went up there and you know I don like six seven years covering Sumer electronic advancement for Freedoms Phoenix and BITCOIN was up there. And that's when I saw it was going to happen. bitcoin was about two hundred. And fifty to seventy and the cash registers were starting to go to take digital and I go with five to eight years on pause going to have the next generation of point of sale system and it's going to be digital so you're about outright on the time line you're in England going. Hey all right got that new cash register. It could take crypto. Are you feeling confused about the current economic reports. What's that dominate the headlines? Not sure if this is a good time to buy or sell your home or feel like the process can be overwhelming and confusing. This is Donna. Hancock was over reliance realty in Phoenix. Arizona's and I can take some of the guesswork out of the home buying or selling process providing you with market trends in your area and detailing what to expect before during and after the process a home home is a place where the most important moments in your life happen so making sure that you know exactly what to expect along the way helps to ensure that you have control. 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We're going to space and governments not invited Server space either so this is one thing the other some competition out there screaming comply with us remember comply with us. I gotTa do logo. We'll go coming Dhabi. Hey comply with us. I've rebate so I wanNA know when the next crash crash it'd be a common. There's GonNa be a bang of solid and they're going to you know everybody's like yeah well you you want to be able to pay for food. Well you gotta get your new purple money or something or the digital equivalent of deb. Lead lead lead La. There is going to be you know a precious metals been suppressed and messed around with forever. ETF Savon turns golden the paper but the same thing is happening with crypto currencies. They want to do an. ETF of kind of an underlying atomised spray a little bit on it and we're going to sell the contract from what I see. Is that going to happen or could you prevent it from happening with Bitcoin. Cash that it just turned into some ETF and made it into paper and the value is what they say over here and not what's over here. Split Zada Concern of yours Roger. Of course there's a concern in the fact that they managed to do that with gold silver shows that they are capable of doing that sort of thing but that's why it's so important to hold the asset yourself and have the private keys yourself for hold the physical gold or silver yourself. There's a way to help prevent against some of that. The downside is that affects the overall price worldwide and. That's that's hard to do deal with. So they can they then those and we have such a small market cap all cryptos. What on one hundred billion or something? I mean it's not like gazillion trillion dollars but chicken crap money. I mean these guys. They can manipulate the prime. Buy Sell all the hell they want and everything and that's going to happen right up up until when they can't I mean looking for. Yeah that's that's a question I don't. I don't think I have the magic answer for you on that. But the way to make them have less control as to have US start using cryptocurrency as currency to buy and sell everything from bubblegum two cars and houses and everything else while Legal and illegal the more we use it as money comes in the less control they have over us what we can give you a perfect example of this whenever you get paid in in something if you used. Bitcoin cash like you would use credit. Data speculative investment. It's not you'd like it to be stable. I mean it's it's better when it goes up and down but if if you start pricing things in Crypto in bitcoin becomes a currency and it's priced in that or you just start using it like my. I don't care what it is because I'm going to take my converted in Bitcoin cash and then use it on like purse dot. Io Thank you which. I do a lot. I do like purse dot. Io Get fifteen percent off or at least and you do all this other transaction with if you're using it as money it doesn't matter what the price is. 'cause you used it you know so I'm is that coming. Are you feeling that or a lot of people going like Roger. BITCOIN DOT COM. Do bitcoin. Cash I'm just going to hold it for a little bit. What do you think yeah? I think the only reason people would want to hold it so that they can spend it later and so we're busy trying to make it spendable everywhere for everyone in like some of these bitcoin when maximus on the Internet. Love to make fun of Museau Roger Setting up one shop at a time. Well I have a lot to ten thousands of shops at a time with his big deals. We have already in the works. Stay tuned for that and were were partnering with some of the biggest companies in the world to bring coin cash to the world usable as money so any time you were going to spend your dollars or euros on something take those dollars or euros by more cryptocurrency in the news the cryptocurrency by those things that you were going to buy anyhow. And that's how he keeps a sequel system in strip away the powerful central banks and around the world. You know you've been saying from the beginning. I understood it from the beginning and I hi could've kept all my crypto but because of this reason I used it and reason was because a lot of guys KRIPO space they would do services and artwork and printings and whatever if they would take crypto. I would spend it because I get a discount so I knew I was going to get screwed later. We're going to go. You pay US half of what we were GONNA charge. But now it's worth one hundred times more than what you gave thirty screw you and I go. Yeah but I knew we were doing. We were building golden an ecosystem. But now I'm like now I just because I wanted a currency that could be private with if assize the privacy see this. This is what I am excited about. Is Your Goal Roger Veer philosophical reasoning. For doing this. You know what is is the mechanisms. You need to have a free society with free money and I'm going all right. Tell me about that. What's the goal? Why are you doing Nisa to produce what we want to put each and every individual and one hundred percent complete control of their own money to be able to buy or sell absolutely anything that's peaceful with that and one of the requirements for that is privacy and so if you had an over to cash shuffled dot com right now today you can download the bitcoin cash cash up a law in if we have have enough people using it? The privacy can be in the same league as Minero and we're about to build that right into the five and a half million. BITCOIN DOT COM are so at that we will have a big enough privacy set there where bitcoin cash transactions will be super super private. And I'm looking forward to helping all these chain analytics companies out of business where they can't find And you sell your data the government's law enforcement agencies and who knows who else thank you. We're showing it right now. Cash shuffled dot COM ause kickstart facts. Enhance privacy is now available for Bitcoin. Cash all right now had a gentleman on It was called dark data services and using anarchist Geek. That was working for law enforcement and he was saying he owes look is what audience to know. I can track your transactions down to your device if you guys don't know what you're doing I just WANNA on a cleanse my soul here and let you know that F. Y.. So you need to start everybody. Knackers community you know. If you don't see well tell me how shuffling is making where they don't see no so the way it works takes your bitcoin. Cash and combines it with a whole bunch of other people's bitcoin cash and then the outputs are all the exact same amount so you don't know which inputs corresponds without output. So it's kind of like all of us have a bunch of twenty dollar bills. We all put them in a pile and chef and then you take a twenty dollar bill out back. Kowt the people watching you don't know which bills went in on which bills that came out is doing that same sort of thing near Bitcoin. Cash twelve that that that ought to be illegal or something. Well if you build a service right they can't be stopped. Okay okay. This is my point. They're always wanting the central command of somebody something something and that's why we're doing this thing because I'm just going man I need. I need something that they can't if they they can. They will if if they those can maintain enhance control. You over your wishes to benefit them. They will if they can they are assures l.. Want to so this here. They can't why wh- how is it structured where they can't so the for the same reason that they can't shut down you know a bitcoin or any blockchain itself is because anybody can download the software and start running a note and start shuffling their bitcoin cash with anybody else's so you'd literally have to shut down the everybody around me. Software retired on that keeps them all turned off by me before we go hit the music here real quick you know before we go. What some of the big retail? When you say Oh onesies season you want Ma and PA good? That's what you need to do. It starts with them hell. They're they're going to be the backbone and that's the whole point. I don't want target or Walmart to save and yeah and we don't WanNa do it anymore so some of the big ones or you got big change or something. Come on give us one. You got something. Tell us about this. 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I'm sorry guys I was thinking because you've got done with Roger at the top of the hour break and I've just like yeah. We got eight minutes and I didn't I I apologize. And they're talking to Donna. Sorry Damn it. This is all right. I'll give you the inside scoop. You know what I was talking to Donna Belt. Roger is willing to come on again next week you have more time talk Yak. Whatever what I WANNA do is that I'm going to have to talk to him? Set it just he and I or I. Maybe we'll do a podcast or something. We might have a commercial interruption. I won't Miss Breaks Lakes and stuff but the we'll go ahead and do is. CPI get him to have some other activists you know. We'd like to know Derek integrating in a lot of you know bitcoin cash and we got a ticker at the top of the Freedoms Phoenix. But a lot of the if you go down on Phoenix you'll see here your donate crypto bitcoin or bitcoin cash every time. There's a widget in here that every time you donate it creates a different what do you call a Qr code different wallet. Different Account Different address. And so that way you know it used to be that when you had a lugo up there are. Qr Code people go there. They go look and see how much money you had. Well every time you look it's GonNa say zero because every time you use it it you know resets and that's a security thing because if you always know what the wallet is well. Didn't you got half the problem solved. You just need to get the privacy and then you're the security. Thanks I'm going okay. Cool so it's a little stuff like that so what we're GONNA do is. I'm thinking that going into the two thousand twenty election cycle if you're going to demonstrate that crypto is the way to go and you need to demonstrate cryptos way to go and you gotTa have some use cases for it and how in getting some activism and artwork and slogans. And you know like these other guys. I like this I got to do something with this comply with us not bitcoin cash over comply with us. It's got we'll have some fun with that. So if we do a podcast and we have where it's just us a Chilin talking and yacking and whatnot. There's going to be some good ideas generate out of this as we're getting into because we are activists this is great ideas. Don't mean squat unless you implement them you get artwork web page. You know a domain name a project a an event you know you actually do green something and then you have other things to help you do it and then you start to implement that because I know that we're going to see some activism. They they eight m those. We'll spend gazillions of dollars. Tens of millions at least hundreds of millions to give the impression I mean. Think about it it. It will be multiple dollars if not double digit ten bucks per vote and competing with another twenty dollars over here per vote. It's amazing the amount of money goes why because they controlled budgets when you can control trillions of dollars whether it's bad or not just make it up and printed or something you know but trillions of dollars you control and you want to you in a a few of these congressional seats to be able to do your you know rip off. They know you feel this is what's going to happen it already happens. I mean you see. It's obvious neon flashing obvious. And they're going to be doing the same thing again for the twenty twenty election cycle now. A lot of people believe that you know their participation matters and it does you know what I mean. But it's not so much the vote thing it's it's the general public opinion. Hang out there. That manifests in votes. But they don't trust the system anyway. I did whatever and Blah Blah Blah. Do I got my crypto. You can't see it. You got shuffled. You don't know what I did with it. I got it. I know. You don't know you know score war for the team all right so this twenty twenty election cycle. We're going to have some fun and there's GonNa be a lot of stuff behind the scenes. I here's my pitch etch Goto feet right now. You go at the top page. It's been there you probably never even saw it right. There says join US right there right there at territory. Top Top middle of the page joined us the bird up there and the blew up there right there you go and we just open this up. Okay this is like you know. Yesterday we got UNISOM cosmetic stuff that we're working on. We had a meeting last night but you can start donate. We're going to start having more crypto and all kinds of stuff but you can do different levels here and it's and the gold thing we're going to make it even more hundred me two hundred fifty because that's going to include So if you do it there's a secret behind that. If you do it right now you get one hundred dollars years really to fifty. We're going on going. No no hell no two hundred fifty dollars a year. It's twenty five bucks a month. You know if you go monthly and we're going to so if you do it right now because I I told you we weren't ready. Can you do it right now. You get the gold level year for one hundred bucks to fifty. There's not a discount it's a Typo and the reason is I go. No no no no. I need twenty five a month. People 'cause we're going to be doing a regular video it is skip to the end with Ernest Hancock. Skip to the end of this rambling. That is man five minutes rock and roll. What happened that week? What were the best guess? Where's the links to southbound all my favorite surviving men? There's a story in Rhode Song about here you go. This is what we're going to have from behind the scenes of the Roger and I talk off air you know you know the streaming you get before the show talk you know. This is kind of stuff you'd be getting. There is a lot lot of activism. A lot of things I know is common. I just I share as much as I do because I can't keep a secret but you wanNA organize secrets of what's really going not behind the scenes from the Lucien and whatever else is coming up in this cycle. You're going to need to WanNa get that gold membership. I'M FREEDOMS PHOENIX. 'cause you're going to get access to the videos and so on behind the scenes of USAM extra goody and content here it comes. We have not done this in six teen. The Years Sixteen Years WE'VE HAD FREEDOMS PHOENIX THIRTY YEARS. I've been doing this. You think I don't know some people and some stuff and what's up and what's going to happen and who are going to be coordinating with and any and every group once earning to be part of their activism stable of we need calm and then I select Celek who I take my directions from me. I may may me. I decide aside based on Microsoft's see this is why I like Roger Vir. There's few people that I trust. There are some close friends and support man. Whatever Day they say man? It has a big impact on me because I know where it comes from. I know what their motivations are. I know their morality. You know their ethics WCHS. There's Roger Veer Erik voorhees into Cryptos. Space these are the two guys I've worked with people and they got a cool idea and whatever and promoting something but they think it's not they don't have twenty twenty vision you know where it's like twenty minutes or twenty miles into the future. I'm talking like Twenty Twenty Vision Two thousand twenty years into the future. Where are we going as a species? Well some of these guys and one of them is Roger Veer the back that he talked to me is just dot co cocoa. How can we help? Well you go join. Join US and you're going to know every step of what we're going to do in this twenty twenty election cycle and it's GONNA be freaking worth from the second letter of Captain Mark Doc. 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That's going to be the inside sides of activist doing change in frequent planet. Because if you guys have known me for any amount of type thirty years I've been it's Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. I get inserted into national local state. Whatever elections the issues that I want discussed was the conclusion but they're going to discuss it? I gave them free. Can T it will be. Yeah what are we going to be talking talking about. Whatever the hell already wants to talk about I guarantee free? Continue that now what people majority say and do about it. What Dad Dad Dad? That's that's what my background you bring it up. You know. The answer was the question I mean everybody. Vote for it sooner or later. Sooner or later I guarantee that but it's got to be actually early in the debate. They those wanted to. I learned this in eighty eight the first presidential election that you know I have children. I'm starting I'm in my I twenty. s I'm you know a lot of these young guys now I'm just like Ooh I'm GonNa pay attention okay. I'm watching the news. I was the big issue. Flag Flag Burning Amendment seriously. That's it that's what we got America's going to be saved if we have it illegal for you to be able to burn the symbol to save the meaning. That was the thought thought they were. I took crayons for my kids and eight and a half by eleven sheet of paper and I just drew a colored in American flag with flames at the bottom and I just wrote burn the symbol save demeaning and I put it in my wallet because everywhere I went at church business. My friends work flat. Bergen and Michael Michael What are you guys freaking robots just because they say it here and you say oh we gotta have no say Merck. I'm like are you freaking kidding. Me This is it. I just pulled out on my wallet and that put it back in the fact that I took the effort to do that. That was my first thirst. Thirst activists effort just to crayons on a piece of paper. Guy Got sick talk about pageants burns aid meaning. Put it back in my wallet next issue. I won't talk about first time. I did anything. What do you think's going to happen coming in this election cycle that a new but I know we talk about it? Whatever we want to talk about we're going to use pirate a package pirates pirates against the crown not pirate PAC political action committee? It's a package pirates. Who will pack a pirates due to see I know what a Lotta guys they think it's another revolution thing and it probably will be the own that piece go do go love Lucien? Whatever you want and I'm probably there with you and help you and I don't care that's not you know but it's always that was eleven before well man? That's kind of like an eight and a half now. It's like everybody's gotta I gotTa go eleven. You Know Guy go past eleven eleven. WE'RE GONNA go to eleven. And what will it be package. Pirates will decide for you. We're getting all that ready and I just you know what we. What are we going to do do with money? Whilst the currency we got a bank run a bank run another bankrupt she. You can't stop it. The signal goes goes everywhere we go everywhere and we know where it Kinda in the you know the structure of us being able to spend money and now and now bitcoin cash has aucoin. Shuffle shuffle cocoa cashew awful. Let's take a look here with was called show right here. Cash up right there and hands. Privacy is now available for bitcoin join cast rat not later right now right now right now right now right now not later Nandonet and I'm excited man. We've been doing. It's all opportunity. Opportunity meets preparation. You know. Are we prepared. We've been preparing for frequent decades. I have friends that we were in our twenties when we started. I know exactly who these guys are. I was damn. He'll love these young and there's new ones coming and they have a new base. And what is it. Compact complex black apply or not so compliant. It's one or the other you know and you're doing it. For what reason I got comply to get along really you you comply and you get on their grid their system and you're getting mapped out for every freak every every everything take a look at this you know. There's IT was a story on here with Google. I just I mean it just freaks me out all the stuff that they're doing what they're doing. Google as has it emerged theory as it emerges Google is working on a top secret project with access to millions of millions of what Americans health data ADA including lab cast and diagnoses by patients. And doctors have not been told I am so incensed by it. S that there is. What are we going to do about it? What are we going to do what we're GonNa do what we're going to tell you? We discuss it. And what are their the options if you get a DNA sample if you have you know twenty three and me are. You did a blood test. I did do blood tests in the past. Where does it been Three four years. That's only time doctor of anything. Last time I went to the dentist to have some work done. Oh Heavens Immigrants Roy do you haven't been Oh. We don't have a hippo file on you know health privacy. I'm going yeah right. Oh we can't do anything until we get new digitized. We gotta do all the x rays again we guy he's forums and Blah Blah Blah. And we put it we get. Get your all Nice Jason Digitize for the man and I'm supposed to feel happy about this I go. Hey Man I just want my teeth cleaned. And you know maybe the Tooth Donner's honors. We got update your file really. What's the incentive? Why did you do that? What is the reasoning? I'm I'm are you freaking kidding me so I am looking at. How are we going to separate ourselves from from this? How are we going to be in such a position that we can advocate for what we want and then get it? Well yeah the election cycle activism that we've redone over the years and then you have alternatives alternatives. Well a lot of. That's going to take what you spend your money. If you're tracking every dime you spend everywhere you know. Then you don't have a lot of freedom and do they have to wear. I can get by information can can I. Can I do a block. blockchain request of anonymous of transaction of whatever the hell and then you know I just go and look up for my test results and it doesn't mean anything to anybody that doesn't have the private key to be able to open that up. Oh and then I got my pirate issued non-state. Id that improve whatever age. I am what Information Mesa can have my health records on it do what I can share selectively with whomever I want what I want but it's not state issued as if that's the standard for anything. Oh do you have a state issued ide- it's like saying it's like Bernez Tangi. It's like saying Bacon and eggs they go. Oh yeah you know four out of five doctors. I prefer this brand of cigarette or something. I'm like what it's all sigh up. What happens when we start realizing that and we act accordingly but what you have to have the tools we go powered on day? But that's what we're going to be doing. Twenty twenty. Go Up to join US thing because it's going to change the amounts because we just finished finished like yesterday and not going to know this we're going to add a video thing there's going to be a whole bunch of stuff they put on that with gold one goes up so if you don't do it like right now I'm just saying you'RE GONNA complain. Why am bitch and Moan later in life sucks? It's like a Typo and you take advantage of it now. You join us at the top of Phoenix page paid. You get the benefits of but I'm telling you that they'll be whining when the two hours from now it goes up. I'm just saying this is this was not planned or anything. It's just I don't want you you guys waiting and a lot of you guys want to go do it now because we're going to give you step by step behind the scenes. Twenty twenty from the perspective of Louis Solution and all the people in the context that we have because like Roger Veer. I remember back in the day but these young guys sitting around picnic table at pork fast asked and you got a by Talib uterus of a theory of you have Erik voorhees shape shift and and so she dies and according to Paul and all that then. Yeah Rod your beer bitcoin cash and Bitcoin Jay's as all these guys tell us exactly what was going to happen and when and how and I'll bye bye. How can we help? But we're going to be helping some Mo- for twenty twenty. Are you guys GonNa take advantage of this. If you beat. Four knowledge is four warn. And what might we do. Maybe you even have some influence on them. All of this stuff that we've been doing the magazine. 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Orwell's dystopia novel Nineteen eighty-four if we or to create another ministry. Today it would be the Ministry of Pharma Hip Yup Yup Yup Yup. Yup I am I am so. WHO's James I James GRUNDTVIG? He's a researcher investigative journalist. You know he has book saw two nonfiction one. Techno Thriller Novel published in Sixteen All share one common trait a passion for research. The foundation of any good story begins with detail of an era central locale and layers of up person. Grenville has research written and published dozens of articles ranging from energy and sustainability to terrorism or crime and technology. HUFFINGTON POST EPIC Times Financial Times Porn. DEB DEB Deb D. magazine thing all bunch of stuff. So we're GONNA get to talk to James about what I want to talk about. But he has another book a new book. I WANNA won't get out of the way real quick that coming up here directly James Tell us all about it. Will you please ask good morning. Earning seven World Trade Center is a low hanging hanging fruit of the nine eleven attacks. Meaning they're three and speedo pieces of of the evidence that unravels the entire story. And I'M GONNA go right this with a former New York City detective also detective Michael Green. He was down on a At the World Trade Center nine nine eleven was also involved in the cleanup at the fresh kills landfill of Ground Zero Searching for evidence and human and human remains what what was interesting about his experience. There was the the two World Trade Center one and two were in one pile on part of the fresh kills landfill and seven world. Trade Center was with the CIA in another pile in New York City. Police Department could search that. I'll so we'll be breaking a lot of stories. He's like that because there was a destruction of evidence we had an ron records stored in seven World Trade Center which tied to the the Afghanistan pipeline which tied to Cheney Bush. Do you have a lot of that kind of stuff. you CIA records. Naturally in that building was blown blown up from the inside out. No say so when I started I tell you this. This is my perspective. As there's a libertarian core anarchists politically involved individuals known here in Valley being but and I start doing radio radio in three and the first thing that they want to make a big deal. Out of is Nine eleven nine eleven nine eleven and what. What's your view on nine? Eleven America America. You Love America or whatever so I come in and I have one question. Where did all that molten metal come from and then Yeah but the terrorism Saudi you've got somebody you've been. Where did all the molten metal come from? Yeah but you know they. Yeah Hey just because our freedom and we got to go and kick ass and where did all the molten metal come from. Nobody would have for years goes eight. I don't even want to somebody somebody could. We're not allowed to talk about it to tell me. All that molten metal came from and nobody would answer until we had the Brigham young professor that came out. We started dating a doctor Steve Jones. And then you have. Richard Gage the founder of architects and engineers. For Truth. You have the pilots for Truth not eleven true so you have the lawyers from nine eleven truth which had filed lawsuits in the last month against the FBI and Department of Justice followed their mandates. Not Up to them. They they have to share information. They have not done so yet. Your Estate Fire Commissioner has now this fall has demanded a brand new investigation who who has who the commissioners as a group of commissioners the State of New York real is. y'All yeah so they they've asked for it too so the books could be called poets as in Larry Silverstein to Amos. Pull it line never said that but you actually you did and pulsa term for it for demoing ability. No I saw. Aw of course. We've seen the videos him. Yeah just so damned dot de just pull it and and and they keep why. It's not what he meant or that he he did drawing. We slapped his wrist later. And don't worry about it. We'll say it again. I mean I'm what you know. And then the building seven. They're talking about it going down when it was still behind him on. You know there's so much that's different. Everything is different with the Internet. And what I'm afraid of as that they're going to. That's why blockchain is such a big deal because timestamps everything it's immutable and it's there forever and always. I'm in and the thing in that they can't go back and change history. Change a photo change video this deep fake stuff coming. We've been covering that forever to I'm going to try. Uh they're going to try to scrub. Something's in a way back machine and everything else but you're right. Blockchain is the way to go. Well this is you know and a lot of the same guys. We're GONNA talk about vaccines. You know it it. It's not like it's the same kind of people. oftentimes it's the same people there's something they share board of directors of everything but each other and it's just you know we're a bunch of sociopaths and we could take everybody's money because they lantis so we're going to and you're morons for so it's your fault for letting us and I it's kind of the attitude I get. What do you get by? I get that. So so so a couple of first responders or Baseley in her last years at a live from nine eleven dying of the toxic air and everything they call they call them. Infiltrators government's been infiltrated so I completely agree with their stance and Yasser is a return for this. It's called inverted Talibanism. whoo yeah break down inverted to Talibanism basically I would have probably called a different named who invented the right of it in two thousand and three and talked about the false Iraq war and all the false evidence that was used as star? Wars err on the war on terror and Bertel term is about the corporations that run the government behind the scenes. So we're not dealing with the face anymore. We have this and that the corporations are running. It's sort of like the Fourth Reich intellect. Well they have front guys though you know. This is one thing that I've noticed I just you know when when Bush Baby Bush ran in two thousand two thousand. Yeah whatever when he ran all of a sudden. Dick Cheney amy was Israel Whoa. They're going back to the bench on that one then. There was Rumsfeld. I go hell. I'm old enough to remember these guys on Sunday morning programs in the seventies. It's not at the same time to people. It's the same people I'm GonNa Saint People Holy Crap so what people realize vaccines actually have come the military. Yeah they come. You don't have your video on did you want your video on Yeah where I'll let me go find it now. You Win put on pretty shirt and everything in and I will. Now don't worry about we'll do it next segment and don't worry about these same people that are coming coming up. They're doing same stuff for whom and I'm going. Who is behind this just because they got some you know a Big Guy from the Corporate Bench of whatever up there. I'm going yes there's something else you know. That's guiding this these are just if you see the movie There was some movie about Dick Cheney and Salon and how all these guys have the same problem there. There's there's something to avoid their chess or something a missing. They need something they got it and they use that vanity. My favorite sin you know make. Oh you're so smart we're GonNa put you appro put a tie on yet and you get on TV for somebody else. Something is going on behind us. James Gruntvig he asked the question he wanted to know. 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All of a sudden they do that vaccine thing. Why why well my? My son was vaccine gene injured. He's one of the fifty four hundred cases kicked out of Vaccine Court back in two thousand eleven. How barely I what did we? What was no quit? So he had some really quick he was part of the two thousand two thousand and one two thousand two Thyateira saw all the vaccines could give to the babies back then. Had I saw it. They claim to have taken him out. thymus allowed but they still use it in flu shots on trace amounts and all this other stuff in there and plus you add the aluminum them to it for events and my son basically has a clear case a metal poisoning he also. Here's a tie in to nine eleven. The also at seventeen months old was I was home. A nine twelve. My wife at the time worked outside. Hospital was an R. N.. Right what what triaging so I was hanging. I got my son and nine in the morning with a beautiful day. Beautiful September Day. I love the ninety fourth and third windows. Open up six inches. My kid at seventeen in two months old his Chin just rested on top of the windowsill breathing. A bunch of air for twenty minutes. Then I thought department was on fire really toxic air when they're very accurate. I thought let's go fire. Couldn't find it sure enough. I sit down watching buildings fall down again. I put two together. I close it down. He is that night. It's like a twenty pack twenty cigarettes a day smoker harping hacking yolene factually ever had his life was next day. So you take the heavy nettles plus nine eleven. And you take all the aerosol stuff Mike in a very unique case of autism or basically environmental poisoning now I mean how is he affected so he went from normal for the first two years and then regress so from seventeen months to base Z.. Twenty seven months you got to see a decline and then decline was obvious at twenty seven months and then at three years old. He was diagnosed with pity and OS circus autism severe severe enough so he doesn't have the leaky gut issue that an Mr kids have. It doesn't have that he has a bad case of OCD. I've been spending at least one hundred fifty. Two hundred thousand after taxes treating him for a different technologies farm does not help here or his for his his case which is a good thing so far any more money when money for Pharma for my damaged kid Ed this. I'm sorry I just say the whole his case very interesting to me probably certainly motivational ovation. I'll tell you what what this thing is always about it. So you pissed off. Mom Dad Grandma GRANDPA and uncle somebody and they got some writing skills and he said all all all you done pissed off the wrong guy and this always happens it sooner or later somebody that can they have the opportunity to have the skills they have. They have the aptitude to go in and do some but weapon and then there are other people that don't that support. I'll buy the book I will help you. Hell here's a couple of hundred thousand dollars. Go kick their ass you I know this is. It always happens this way but big Pharma is so pervasive in deep pockets so entwined with the gum everything. Hey Man we've made a law. You can't get us. Ha You know all all always comes down to general public lick opinion. That's what always comes down to and with the Internet just like with nine eleven stop all of a sudden got a record of it you know. We know what she did. We know what you said. But what are you up against our our than those. That won't leave US alone protected. So what are we up against. We're up up against A in my opinion. A long-term plan they're trying accelerate. Now because the the trumps of the world right the BREXIT's in the world are actually bucking up and and trying to break these systems down down right. It's so these populist movements is the opportunity so I see that former realize this and depressing to foot in the metal. What I mean by that comes into the two thousand twenty at national back seen program and basically it's GonNa okay? We're mandating for kids in California New York. We're GONNA rip away exemptions ends but now they have to do eight. What I call Hail Mary? They can go fight us for the next ten years all these fifty different states and all these counter lawsuits and forcing bills and bribing having Politicians and paint them off and whatever else threatened them however they do this the other day they best way the quickest way for them to get a Democrat in office in the White House to get a Democrat Senate and to push insane law through and so the only Democrats. They're the only ones that pushed insane loss. Well Rhinos and other people a lot of a lot of crazy gassy rhino. See this is the thing i. I'm a libertarian. So I'm like you know and Libertarian. Carrion party big got their same. You know you got this collective of whatever but it's philosophy see I don't mind. Republicans in name only as but that presupposes that Republicans by nature or the party or a Republican mindset. Or something is okay. They got it all good. Don't worry about it. Republicans looking with Real Republicans in their. We'd fix it. I'm I'm I really think so or is it. You know well so politically we are going to try like hell. Pharma is now. You're GONNA find their their weak links or their or their their penalties out of Florida and in in different places trying to push these bills in Congress and ultimately their goal is to mandate adults everybody so from from basically from your fetus today a born to day. You're die and everyone in between so imagine giving I'm turning sixty generate. Not that makes a difference. I feel very young and spry. What's interesting am I GONNA GET A? If peavy vaccine for some reason with a mandate would I be forced to get one and flu shots and so it becomes. I mean give me. The measles already had the real measles. I had to real chicken pox. I had a real mumps back in early sixties. So that to me. I got the national unity. Am I gonNA get their crap in their toxic. Like no way Bob Day. Pass off freaking law. Well it pass over frequent law Tanya you to what your ability to do what here here. We're the Ministry of former times purchase. Don't get government number. I'm whatever travel although double come on. That's where this is going and they're trying to sort. It is twenty thirty agenda. They can't wait that law at sort of like it's like the slick. When Hitler Hitler waited five years he might have conquered more of the world right who knows how to turned out? But he's tweeter so I see the same problem in China there to the two desperate now time see what happens is right. They build up. They build up. They build up the right. They're gonNA close the gate on the cage age. They'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA close the door slamming shut and it's always right then there's always a neo. There's always a big. 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I got James All worked up into break saying ARGH ARGH ARGH now now now now now now now you got what. What's the marriage of form and technology? So also look at what Google has been doing lately. Twenty-three me I heard he talked about that. In your I I got fury as it emerges. Google is working on top secret project access everything but let me show you very very simple waterfall. Twenty three and me is founded by a spouse of one of the executives that Google remove sold in. GSK logistic as one of the top five VACC- makers and a planet she is KS. Like all a vaccine. A man factors have plants in China. China comes out with a report yesterday. Baystate in the world. If you're going to work in China we need to basically examined you up and down meaning all your customers or how you do things. China wants to go and get your data's whether you're apple Google. Google has been in China for the last several years. I've I've project dragonfly. Google basie together the social credit system there right and Google dot com and whistleblower who were project Nightingale Nightingale. Now let's take a step further another a different Google crates gem Gao. It's in Silicon Valley. What do they do? They're into healthcare who they teamed up with two years ago they the CDC and the teamed up with a software company out of Norway Chats L.. So they're creating two different platforms in Europe you've got GDP our general general data protection regulation rules and you got a thing called informed consent. We no longer have forum consent in the United States so I asked ask Seattle when he gave his presentation when I was in Dublin Ireland two years ago. Say Well you build on the same system in the United States goes hell no hell no oh so. CDC's Fini sees creating American systems in America Systems. Completely the rules here are different than over in Europe and so talk about an invasion of of hip a- privacy and now they're now the gums. SAY WE'RE GONNA go now. Investigate this whistle blowers claim fifty million people twenty one states six and for whatever reason Google did not did not choose. California's WanNa states so far. At least that's what they need to well. They already got every. No I tell you I know why go ahead but but basically this. This is a waterfall and and and we are now. This is part of the Ministry of Pharma. They're going to know not only going to control us by sensor US way. ABC's censored the EPSTEINS eighteen story from three years ago. And they're GONNA say empty. Nick kill himself. I'm sayin' he's dead. How the Hell you even pick uh-huh Epstein jumped the shark? No one in America believes I've seen killed himself right at all. Nobody I'm not sure he's dead matter right so you didn't kill himself. We never did commit suicide of all the three choices. No one's choosing suicide official story. Special story jumped the shark. No one believes it and it's over with we're like who cares. So now that discredits everything else the government is telling us so it makes nine on eleven real and make it kills conspiracy theory label label. CIA sixty seven. That's over you know if you're if so concerned that goes conspiracy theorists. It's like no. You're you're drinking ups and Cooley. I'm okay you're about the same age as me. I you know you probably graduated high school. In what seventy seven something like. Yeah so I graduated seventy nine. So we're like in the same era you know. We're watching Vietnam at the dinner table every night and then it was then it was Watergate and then we went into you know the economic decline in gas lines and all that crap and the Reagan you know. It's morning in America in the rust belt of the Yada Yada Iran Contra and then we went to the first Gulf War and then we got the now. What was the other crap only at Ruby Ridge and Waco Waco and Oklahoma City and it's like a regular progression of just our mind? Screw that they're trying to. But you're a conspiracy nut and ned. We grew up. I'm going well. We were young enough that when they did see I did the conspiracy labeling something. It didn't really have an impact on us by the time I am net. We're adults and start voting age in the eighties and raising families. And so on every time they'd say conspiracy go. You mean truth I mean you got it was just. It's like they're always fighting the last war then our generation we're going. It wasn't true until it was a conspiracy it's not just keep Messin. Yeah we called him a conspiracy nut. You shouldn't believe him. I go hell. That's the one I do not just. It's just amazing. This is why when you're talking about Google didn't go after California. Okay this your say what the Hell is going on. This is what happened few years ago. There was a California l. -fornia legislators wife that she found out about this and she made a big deal out of it and it came out in San Francisco wherever they have the repository depository of all of those cards. When you get born they prick? He'll of the baby and they do like five blood spots on this card and then they violent okay. What they found out is that you have like? You're doing a hole punch. But they're little bitty holes and each one of those little things you can get a whole bunch of blood samples. Well what was happening as there are selling that and that was going with the card they knew who it was and they got DNA samples of every baby in California. It was born there and it will pump bump bump bump bump bump and they sold it to whom Pharma and Oh and whoever else because everyone has twenty three me was they already had it in California. They didn't need to do it they already had it. Twenty three and me is trying to get everybody else in all of this kind of stuff the hip thing when they go. Oh well we need to have your own hip and Health Privacy Protection Act of we have private when it's always the opposite of whatever they call it you know. The Patriot. Act is not very patriot. You know as the war department and the Department of Defense they keep. It's always one hundred and eighty degrees from whatever the hell they call it. Google already had California. They started with California. That explains it. It does doesn't it. So what what we're seeing now is former through its minions and through its technology partners and through its media partners of doing what they're shutting down alternative medicine that Oh no no no. No no natural is no longer good now. You can have natural the vitamin C.. You can't do this. You can't do that. They're trying to take removing some books on Amazon. That are offensive to Pharma. Entered or do more of this Asu expect this program to accelerate. I expect like like facebook and twitter saying well. We're not GONNA put the whistle blowers name up there. I expect that eventually to come through on back scenes at some point next couple of years unless something changes. Now this is anyone. That's been paying attention. We we I got a pretty good beat on what's going went on because they can always you know when I started doing radio three you. Can you know you. Tin Foil Hat. You know you know you always say they. Who's whose day and I'll tell you exactly who they are? There are those who just want to be left alone and there are those. That just won't leave him alone. You know who they then those are the guys that won't leave you alone. Don't make you pay for it too. So it's really simple for me to see who these bad guys are. They won't leave me alone and they use law and legislation. And what do you think women government. They had a wig thing a few years ago. Dr Judy Mike. Vince was highlighting this. They go to all these newly elected. Legislators Peter's women and they say oh we got we got a bunch of money for you we gotta reward million dollars. Grant for doctors get paid. Whatever if you can eliminate some exemptions or create create a mandate boom? Sky's the limit. You get to be president. They someday well they all jumped him. We knew it was coming. Well here it came and they are doing all these mandates and limitation of exemptions and what you saw in California and New York and everything and people are moving because of this and are sure as hell not go in there. So what do you think some of the other legislation in the pipeline. That they might pass. Can they pass it or this. Election in two thousand twenty is our hope to try and get Congress not or is it already done what well so the planning is going on now. The National Vaccine Program is done in secret of course very clandestine and they're coming after everybody everyone pregnant women gotta get their shots. That right there as I've how stupid can you be are they going to mandate it. You think it's going to be a mandate gotta Oh yeah mandate evidence for that well that day. ATP Gardasil thing thank California Texas when Perry is running for president and sign onto this thing. I knew to fix was in then of the overall picture in the real estate market today is one of frustration when you take many factors into consideration the housing market pundits would. Have you believe that everything is okay. But the long-term trending on the real estate numbers say otherwise wise. You're starting to see another wave of commercial and retail centre vacancies which follows a downturn in the residential market. So when you're ready to sell your house I can help this is Donna. The handcock was silver alliance realty in Phoenix Arizona. 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KPI television station in San Francisco or something this might come as a surprise to California natives in their twenties and thirties the state owned your DNA every year about four million newborns orange in US Giddy heel prick at birth to screen for congenital disorders. That if found early enough can save their life right winner you ever anybody getting a a call from the State Disease Control Cell. Oh we found him. We're BS. Daniel Gado barely remembers the nurse even and mentioning tests performed on her two daughters. I don't think that any woman is in a state of mind to sit down and start studying up on the literature. They send you home with you know but later she was shocked to refiner daughters. Leftover blood was not thrown away. The state collects the cards and then uses them in a database. The information is buried on page. Twelve of the brochure hear about newborn screening program hospitals get parents of newborns before they go home turns out a nondescript office building Richmond contains a DNA of every person Jason Bourne in California since nineteen. eighty-three it's a treasure trove of information about you from the color of your eyes and hair and your predisposition into diseases like Alzheimer's and cancer using these newborn blood spots for research. The State is able to screen babies eighty hereditary diseases. Anybody get a call. I doubt it but the California Department of Public Health is not the only agency using the blood spots law enforcement can request him. Private companies can buy them to do research without your consent. Everybody has a right to make an informed. Decision that is not for the state to decide for them. said got up they Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah filming. You see what's coming. Eighty three nine thousand nine hundred eighty three children born since then it was born two thousand so yes so I am like Oh hail no so. I'M GONNA Trust these guys. And if I WANNA find this story you know you go. SEARCHING ON PREMIUMS PHOENIX. This is from the San Francisco. CBS LOCAL DOT COM. So this was a television station and I guarantee freaking t even when you go to that station and you look for is right next to my heart. was here minute ago. Okay that's why four hundred thousand headlines You've been doing him for like sixteen years. I'm from Phoenix. recliner this stuff. Because of this I knew they were going to be Nineteen eighty-four memory hole in this crap. Oh totally you got that going for you. Well Nineteen eighty-four. We're definitely there. And like I said. Farm is trying to accelerate everything with the help ELP of the media obviously which departed for longtime the government which dinner partner for a long time and clearly the the tech giant's or sure yeah detector the tech. Well see it's like they go well these companies thereby because they're bad and they've been doing this because they're bad and I go well if they're not bad if they're in hell even even if you're a big influence on youtube if you got you know purity pied at plays video games and have some fun. And he's got like sixty million. Oh your your first or your again as you gotta be certain. We're going to d platform or do again. You GotTa make decisions some people. They comply buzz. That'd be how high or some just. Oh Yeah Bite me. And that's where we are looking at at worldy alternative communication you can't stop me. It's immutable bite me. And we can do whatever we want. That's what the battle is about. They want to keep this stuff hidden as years. Go on it to be researched so in your research that you had a vaccine damaged child while you're motivated to write the book. Where would you get your information? Well it was easier ten years ago. It's not easy anymore. And so what I'm part artem now is three or four different groups of scientists Parents with vaccine injured kids and so on and so I'm part of these different grocery share information all time because it's not longer readily available or easy to get to like it used to be and as far as the research Yeah they're still have all. CDC has all their fabricated advocated data massage studies published a pump massive for scientists have access to it We get those share them. Dissect them so we're we know what's going on that way. You know this is I'm GONNA do. I'm GONNA take this Article and what the date was. I'm going to take this article I'm GonNa put it up today's show. We've reported this twelve thirty one twenty fifteen. This is four years years ago. Okay and I I am telling you you try and find this good freaking look okay doubtful. Yeah let me let me look Ah Click on one. Click on and see what happens even there anymore still there at CBS. San Francisco Bay area thing video about it there you go. TV for the game props for that having it. But what am I gonNA do. I'M GONNA go and I'M GONNA put it in today's archive in with James GRUNDTVIG. Run big now we go on there and we say all right I go at it and I'm GonNa go ahead and put this in there 'cause I can on and on and on and on and on a UH will be there next year this time. That's the question we'll be on mine. Yes but I'm going on or Google or whatever right so this is why are we have to archive things including we on our end our community we download youtube videos into different files. The reason for if we don't trust US youtube we don't trust Google. Trust any of the giant tech giant's out there right there it is put in and save. Save see this is why I like doing the stuff that I'm doing because I'm just off all pissed off the wrong guy man. I'm telling you I I got well. I have twelve grandchildren. Okay well all of our grandchildren. You know biolog- Jim from my four kids not vaccinated and what happened was I'm going on. This was so important to me. We made a big deal and most of my kids Nabulsi one in laws were like all you crazy people got vaccinate. You know that kind of deal and I said look I got two movies if you just watch. These all showed up next and trace amounts trace amounts. That was the movie called trace amounts about just go watch it and you'll see and it's just man if you're informed about what's going on and all these people that are you crazy you gotta get hurt. Immunity heard heard of collective of the herd kind of whatever the Hell I don't know how they're brainwashing people into thinking that they I love them or something but they do and then you have people on trending and we don't like and stop with your crap on but there is some doubt Lincoln and now all of a sudden people go on there might be what do you think. Where's the tide now? Is it turning. It is turning so flu. Shot is one of the worst. Were shots in a planet. Police shot is another one that pulls gone got a bunch of people. We need to kill off man credit. That's exactly why this is about depopulation. Then heard not Kurt. Immunity thinning to her. This is about reducing the population. This is what they WANNA do. I know it's bad when they got free flu shots now right and walk by. CVS THEY WANNA give it to you there. I'm like Oh no no no no no. I don't I don't really want to see my doctor anymore because there'd be Piccinini vaccines I out of the mouth. You know my kids I By called my two daughters my two daughter-in-law's and I said I had no idea how much pressure it was. I am so proud of you guys because every time they change doctors they go to. Natural Pat Pediatrician the attrition. Whatever it is because they didn't want to miss patients? If you're not going to get fully schedule I don't get my boat. Bonus now tell people about that. Tell them so so paediatricians basically half their money from vaccines so of course there. These are the ultimate drug pushers the pediatricians in the United States and it's Ender Association of completely sold out. America sold American children. It's not about how it's about as popping many vaccines into kids and babies As ever before to what end make them we were producing. No doesn't out here too. I guess growing reads or form on the we've being participants is one example autoimmune disease another example but basically up ninety thousand babies a year on the autism spectrum every year. And as isn't it goes up. We over a hundred thousand one hundred fifty thousand a year out of the four million about one million a year out of four hundred ten years smell who knows it depends vaccines and make some money for the symptoms. Yeah yeah they're also going through crater. They're gonNA jump demolish the economy that you wanted to math on if they're going to win this wealth transfer from the parents argument tactically government. Now I spend money. Pharma is well translated it. Also removing livestock be. This is a special alert for business. Owners Consultants Coaches folks planning retirement entrepreneurs and anyone who has saving an investing to build a financial future. You're likely we aware that financial privacy for most people has recently died a miserable death and let's face it without privacy. There really is no security is there are bankrupt. Governments and banks on the verge of collapse are perhaps the biggest threat to your financial future today. 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New Service member and listener supported an online at public news service DOT or we must I shed our fear without fear because I remember I remember that I am here. Not Because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me I remember that one hundred years. Here's we have bought these machines and after a central brave. I remember that which matters. We're it's still make them remember Also we could talk James Grunberg. We've got to get a little bit behind the scenes with him and Dr Judy Mike vits and today's vaccine Dave. We're going to have some fun along with Roger Veer in the first hour of Man I just feel is it. When is when is? When is it going to be win as it is it? Is it twenty twenty. Is that win. They win is GonNa Happen Open. I think something's going to happen. What's going to happen? I don't know what's going to happen. I think something's going to happen. I don't know what's going to happen. What do you think's going to happen? So we're going to go ahead and talk about it. The happen and and I WANNA make sure that we get into the the nitty gritty of the new book plague of corruption. Now here we have let me let me do this for you in here Robert. F Kennedy Jr. exclusive excerpts from his forward to Plague League of corruption. Now he wrote this. But this is just the excerpts I mean it's freaking now no paid doesn't pages or more you know on once. He got started on this thing. He's like all when gets up now. I'm GonNa just read two paragraphs here real quick to introduce you. If you don't already know Dr Judy Mike Bits. She's got got a chemistry degree from Virginia. That you've got a PhD in Biochemistry Molecular Biology from George Washington University Thirty Five Year career Serbia nearing work and immunology and genetics. Virology Natural Blah Blah Blah Blah. She knew what was going on. wrote a paper on it got published. Smartest woman ever and in big Pharma goes. Oh hell no she figured it out and mandate went to destroy her okay by this is from Robert F Kennedy Jr. by any standard doctor. Judy Mike Vince was among the most skilled scientists of her generation. She entered professional science from the University of Virginia with a degree in chemistry on June tenth. Nineteen eighty as a protein chemist for the National Cancer Cancer Institute working on Life Saving Project Purify Interferon the quality of her work and her reliable flashes of genius this soon propelled her to the apex of the male dominated world of scientific research at NCI. Mike National Old Cancer Institute. I Guess National Cancer Mike visits began. What would become a twenty year collaboration with Dr Frank? Rosetti a pioneer in the field field of human retro. VR Biology. While a heading up the lab of Robert Gallo in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven seventy made scientific history by co discovering discovering with Bernie POULENC's the first human retro violent virus. Lv One human t sale leukemia virus. A hey retrovirus. Is a stealth virus that like HIV enters the host without alerting the immune systems it may then lay dormant for years without causing harm arm before killing a person. A retrovirus will usually destroy their immune system as a result many retroviruses cause cancer within EXC it. s collating. Understanding of retrovirus behavior. Resent he Mike Ovitz Collaboration and Mike Visit award-winning PhD thesis from George. Washington University in ninety-one Change The paradigm of HIV AIDS treatment turning the disease from a death sentence into a manageable condition. Because as a understood. What this retrovirus thing is and retroviruses can be used for good or bad or evil but it's very powerful and how it is? It does what it does. And that's what they be doing and they knew that Dr Judy understood what was happening. Shot up how far off M. A. M. I. Duty While you're not far off at all in. Yeah the shut. Her off has gone on now for Nine years or eight eight years in fact just this morning we had to file another Another legal opposition to dismiss our cases. that are have been under sealed for four years because nobody wants this to be shown to the world And I had to file this as I'm here in in Washington. DC Getting Ready to go to the vaccine injury epidemic growly Tomorrow and fact tomorrow is the twenty the eighth anniversary of my Phd Thesis Defense So November seven nine thousand nine hundred. Ninety one was when Magic Johnson was found to be infected did with HIV and November fourteenth is when that these A changed everything in the direction of science and I usually usually use that example because we can fix the nightmare of this vaccine injury if we can make people aware of the that the dogma is wrong and and in fact we can change everything. Change everything to what what what what do we. What do we need to know it? Stop the disease stop. The cancer. Stop the skyrocketing autoimmune disease stop everything because in fact when we entail tale of two thousand eleven we didn't vaccinate. HIV infected people. Because if you do they become AIDS patients and that's what but my my PhD thesis said in Short. You've gotta change everything in think about the immune response you cannot activate the dormant viruses era. Says you just said what is vaccine do activate and spread the virus not only through the person but through the population so this is as a kind of conspiracy soft kill. They're trying to get down to their five hundred million or something. I mean this is just to make. Are you sick or to kill you or to make you sick all your money and then you die. I mean what. What's the goal here? Why would they do this? Well given that wouldn't I wouldn't have said any any of that Having been You know having made immune therapies for cancer for forty years now I would have said conspiracy. I wouldn't have used any of this but you can't live through what I lived through and what I learned and wrote about in the plague of corruption. That's why we had to do a second book. Because we had no idea the depth and breadth of the flag of corruption surrounding The the skyrocketing disease rate so yeah. We're made clients from an patients from birth to death living in pain. You Know Mel what happened to your granddaughter. Not her her life is is ruined. I'm in our or at least it's changed indelibly for when I have A. I have a grant step granddaughter that she got Fungal Meningitis. She had valley fever here and they misdiagnosed it to the point that it got into her brain and brain stem and everything and it's just been terrible but so I don't know what By step grandchildren are teenagers three of them. Now I'm not sure what they're but when my son they had their first child that kind of man weird word we're like yeah. We need to make sure that we know what's what so I had them watch some films. The my biggest thing was I look watch faxed and trace amounts. Is there other films that would be useful for parents and grandparents to watch now. There are more resources out there. Well tonight the and last week they premiered just a fabulous movie Called back to the People's stories. What this is is the people's stories and what you can see very carefully is The difference in health and quality of life everything anything about it with with vaccinated versus unvaccinated. As you know the government will not allow us and show the plague of government will not allow us to walk. Compare do research staff you know that we have a population in here in the US. It's the Amish. They're like by autism. What's that you know I I we know it's just? How long can they delay? It makes more or money office athletes going on. It's an lay tactic. It's murder we'll be right back from the six letter of captain. Mark a pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions. Unfortunately the crown presses everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished Polish years ago but the crown still claims to own us. When it comes into service against our will given sufficient ambition it would gladly draft thousands of hapless victims comes to kill or be killed? It's simply slavery by another name. landlubbers are routinely commanded to serve the so-called justice system in jury duty but before you swell with Civic Vic Pride. Consider that how you feel is irrelevant to the crown. You will appear as ordered or face punitive measures the crown insist that you participate in your own oppression a jury summons provides pirates with a unique opportunity to obstruct injustices a jerk and vote. Not Guilty Unit. It's proven the law was violated. A juror can quit for any reason at all and not even a judge can reverse that verdict receiving a jury. Summons is basically winning the sedition lottery. But if you reveal that you know this during jury selection you'll probably be dismissed. If the crown foolishly crimson pirate in jury duty behooves the pirate to conceal their intention to nullify unjust laws if the master takes one hundred percent of your labor it's called slavery but if they only take fifty percent they call it taxation a difference of degree not kind whether the crown claims a fourteen percent is irrelevant. Most of all a slave owner desires contented slaves meaning thoughtless ones and accept their bondage. These house house slaves see no contradiction and being drafted in a war to end slavery or summoned to a jury to prosecute tax evasion and ideal. Slave knows no higher call than the master. Astor's will the crowns. Highest ambition is that it's slaves revere the Authority subjugates them but the crown does not own me. I will not surrender. My time and treasure. Treasure to the crowns ambitions. 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They already got it because these blood samples or sold to any everybody that wants that they pay for it they lead bitty Hole Punch and they get the blood that's tied. It's already done for him since nineteen eighty three so they don't need California they're already got it so I'm just movie waiting on the movie. Almost see the movie movie. You think should be in the movie doctor Judy all of that. And the fact that they know who's susceptible to vaccine injury they they know what the revelation of the Thompson study was whack Sur five times more susceptible than whites to autism. Not much to say black. Boys I don't know the exact date I'm getting close in. And if given the vaccine before they're three and this is what I talked about now in the backseat summit there in Phoenix on September. Twenty if given the vaccine before their three black boys are five five times more likely to get a di- autism diagnosis then. Then white girls are white boys. And so this was was in the notebooks of William Thompson in his handwriting. In an e mail that went to the highest level. The government's you can see it taped in in the notebook and in it says what are we gonNA do about the problem with the blacks so I saw that on August thirty first I two thousand fourteen and the light bulb went on and I realized. Why did they fabricate this judy? Mike Bit Stole leroux notebooks. Because my handwriting and my evidence had the same thing all the proof and they couldn't turn me they couldn't force me to give that in or renounce it or covered up with statistics. I've never ever taken a statistics class nor do I ever intend do. It's an infection or you. Don't our data are clear as day and and and that's the fact of the matter so they did we now know. And that's that's what play-cup corruption goes through the corruption sounding all of this kind the depths in the breath that the federal government. Tony Fao G. I named the on my slides. I show pictures in the truth about answer. I'll send those slides to post here and of course you've got posted and we got posted this summit but in from Phoenix and the talks are somewhat subtly differently. But this is they know from those data you're talking about. They know who susceptible acceptable. We know we've been doing those. He'll six forever. We have the technology to stop the injury of the most vulnerable and yet leaky killing the like. You said it's murder. This is what they're seeing pictures. We had from sixteen we did. I faxed education in summit and then it was time in September twenty eighth. How I found out about that is that you guys had a function Donna and I were at a wedding And couldn't be around but you had a gathering at the Arizona State Capitol building and Irene Pie. We worked with on doing doing this announced. Yep We're having another Vaccine Education Summit September twenty eighth. We just decided. I'll tell Ernie later you know so I'm going to Cape so we had we. We did it and it was. It was a going concern and we had a bunch of legislators there also but I don't trust them one micro moment and I am like Hell Hale. No I do not care that there there I do not care. We're GONNA go straight to the people on this and they're going to have to deal with an enrage populous because we're we we. We got skills so I'm going all right. What are you hearing about? Legislators around the country they give lip service and then screwing you or is there anybody championing banning order doing good somewhere anywhere. Well there are a few legislators that had been in the past but lately It's it's not even lip service. It's flat out disdain. So that's why we're here at at at the Capitol because we are going to be meeting with. Legislators there are delegations from every single state gathering today going to their state-led due to their congressmen it federal level to the senators and and then tomorrow will be a big rally. Tonight will show the movie backs to with the people stories stories so it doesn't matter how many scientific studies you do. Watch these move those grandparents and when they see and they start looking around their own family family. They'll they'll see it and our only goal is to stop it that we have that ground swell and we stop the forced injection of any anything in anyone. That's not the United States of America. Now we're looking at some of the photos. If you're seeing let me go back to these. Oh this is you know standing ovation hundred fifty. Whatever people for Dr? Judy Mike. Bits you your loved on the circuit because you just do not not not not pulling back not being afraid which I keep. Every every time I get opportunities get props to your husband. I mean this is this is whatever whatever you know. And he's he's kind of go. Get some at that is where a lot of times you have. push-back is a spouse dragging me into this. But you know he's been very supportive and I'm just as you go on the road and you keep doing are you. Are you getting more and more. Supporters are more education more as easier on you now than it was four years ago. Yeah absolutely it's a lot easier on me now that I understand and I've gone through some of the trauma. I think the most difficult talk I ever gave really was the one September twenty eight because they're the vaccine education some Phoenix next and then that was second only to the talk. I gave three weeks later at the truth about answer Because I was forced to look at at at the corruption I had not seen what the journals had done. I had not seen that in fact there never was an arrest warrant that everybody admitted nothing. The thing you know. I've had no due process. I've had not a single day to face any accuser of anything not a single day in court. Nothing nothing that I can file in fact as I said I just filed another motion to stop the dismissal of things from the the of that so I mean these leagues ear beacause. I like anyway field through actually healthy. Great deal when I met him in arch It's not about me about our children to Wakefield thing I keep pointing whenever I get any pushback from other doctors we do. It is friends that I know that Wakefield edict whack got mad. Yeah wake of. Why would they say that? We're GONNA find out coin. Dot Com has launched a trading platform at local dot. BITCOIN DOT COM allowing you to buy or sell bitcoin cash via dozens of payment methods like paypal then Mo bank deposit remittances or meeting in person with cash. 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Love what we do. Please help support our international satellite L. I. Channels at Patriotic Eller in FM. That's Patriae on L. Erin Dot. FM FREEDOMS THE ANSWER. What's the question you're listening to Ernest Tampa? Aw Walking walking and walking. Well I'll tell you who's gone through. The locker live duck. Judy Mike Busy did did did did did. I've been doing some walking you know. Oh and through the Valley of the shadow of death but she fears no evil. All right now what we were talking. What about off Air I want to share with the audience Wakefield thing let me give kind of the male here? People who were talking about there was a gastrointestinal all intestinal pediatrician. I think in the United Kingdom. And what are you seeing is all of a sudden these kids they start doing a bunch of vaccinate. He didn't make the link immediately immediately. It was like you know what the heck is going on. All these children were having gut problems it was. You know there's something wrong and then you know later we find out. I remember watching movie the second brain which is when we start. Neil life begins. The first thing is the gastrointestinal nervous system. In your first you gotta eat you know L. Doubt that is the brain. The stomach was brain kind of started separating. And then you get the higher function brain and it's interconnected with your gut so you feel it in my gut. Well there's a lot to that. So what happens. Was the same thing that was affecting brains affecting the gut so he noticed this. He's like something something is wrong and what he was equating. Is that these vaccinations were causing. People kids that weren't as susceptible to getting full autism but but they were having problems and autism. Kids that were getting it more. Had the same gut problems. So you go through the same thing just different varying degrees of how they're affected by These vaccines when he made that connection started publishing this the man did not like it none too much they went. Oh hail know how far off. I may take it from their doctor Judy. That's that's pretty good introduction. So it really wasn't these vaccines. It was specifically the M M our measles Salaam through Bella and what the problem was what he was seeing was what what he showed was what he called in his paper. Nonspecific Inflammation Lemay. Shen inflammation is a fire. That's why flames in the mid in the middle of the word so these three are in viruses at one time creates create such a large fire in the in the Gut And then that that's translated to encephalitis which which is inflammation in the brain. So you're it's too much In some susceptible individuals so that was his work. And there's no doubt of the inflammation and so what the government did was said. Oh Hell no you can't say that about 'em I am are And interestingly Andy is said all along that. If you just separate the Mao in use only measles souls and let let the Gut let the fire let the flame not go do you can reduce the risk of any kind of injury. Even in the most susceptible so at any rate I knew nothing of any weight field until our paper was published in two thousand and nine. Now when did he make his a Findings Open Your No. Yeah Wakefield did it. What Year Nineteen Ninety nine nineteen ninety nine a decade decade later? You're coming decade later. Were we're talking about retroviruses so those are are in a viruses. Soon as we just you know as we've discussed endlessly those are in Abe irises. Different than M M are those are retroviruses but the fact of the matter is the pathways that the immune system see in the the frontline the innate immune response are are the same and overlapping so he I got invited to a autism conference three months two months January of two thousand twelve. Well I mean ten. Our paper was published October. Eighth of two thousand nine so I go to Dallas and it's a autism meeting and you know we we had the evidence we had as Antagon- lively daughter. We had the the work that we that we presented Later in two thousand and ten so we have the evidence that people who had families who had autism also had evidence of infection with his new family of mouse swum. Retroviruses that Cause Leukemia and brain diseases. So it wasn't a big stretch to understand the mechanisms and basically L.. I met Andy that day. We talked about the inflammation that type of inflammation that he saw on the guts. I saw the raw data and simply case. The science stood out so one of the things that I did and I started shortly. We started shortly after that. It's never i. It's the whole team is we did a sunny with the expert on a disease called. It P it's a blood disease and we did it with James US sales and his colleagues in New York he's a world expert expert on it. P ide- means idiopathic Thrown was side opinion. Remember the idiots. Don't understand the pathogenesis so idiopathic havoc means. We don't know what causes it. Well in in one third of the cases of it p We did a blinded study study and one third of those showed evidence of x. m. r. v. infection so here the M. R. Package Insert data. She says am am are can cause 'em are Can In 'cause I T P and this serious if not deadly blood disease because you don't Klopp platelet those are your some of your clotting factors so we gave that talk June second of two thousand eleven And that that that was one one of the big firestorms and so in two thousand eleven with you know Andy here in Texas just doing his things a decade after you know his career was ruined in in the UK. All of a sudden. Brian deer a journalist for the Journal. Nature in In in in you K. comes back after or B. M. J. might not be nature might be a British medical journal comes back after Andy Wakefield. So how interesting and then. Shortly after that Judy Mike litz is Wakefield for refusing to cover up the data. Uh or throw it away Thompson style. And that's basically the long and short and we go through. You know rich to the facts of what what happened to in back seen court the corruption. Netease this fact so no I think it's mapped out now. And certainly the vaccine education some. We just didn't yeah into September We had Wayne Rhody coming up and doing the book on Vaccines Court. We had big tree at the red pill. Expo Spo- presentation that it was a video presentation. He did four that they are and it was awesome. Skip to the end. Boom boom boom boom boom. You got three minutes out of microphone before some board or whatever you know. They'll big creel mess. You up this. I love this. You always need these different kinds of people. People need activists like me. You need scientists like you. You need chroniclers like del. You need back Documentary Documentarian you. You got all this stuff. is now these tools already be employed and one of the things that's come up. Is Your book plague of corruption. The sequel to your book played what happened to you but play. Corruption is what's happened since then they have done to try and counter. What you're doing? Tell us about that book and why you wrote it and what it does well and and and what have been talking about. The science is is exactly why we wrote it. We knew we. I didn't think anything of any Wakefield LAKEVILLE. We talked a little bit of science. We showed how you know it it. It's not all vaccines. It's not all kids. Whatever we showed the science of it we talked about it at that meeting in January area of ten and then we we I I knew about it so we did the studies? We did the science and the science kept on bigger configure and so what what what plagued the corruption does go the depths of corruption that the government went poor and and continue this filed. Another pro se document. I get a lawyer. I can't get processed LE uh-huh the FBI comes after regularly off as Dr Suzanne Humphrey so and and they're basically two types of advertising direct response sponsored branding radios great for direct response with its low cost to listener ratio but audio. 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But I'm telling you now's the time to do it because it's like now at the end end of the show Derrick publishing the upgrade so I don't WanNa hear your wine and later you didn't do it now because if you do the archive of this and you didn't escalate. Life Sucks. Sorry but now because this is what we do. There's no we meant. It was a friend of mine supporter a couple that you said you gotTa talk to Judy. I did ten days. Later was the first vaccine education summit. We cannot wait not one day. How fast can we get the hotel and we do our freedom summits? What's pushed a button? I WanNa do this schedule that we did in the last time. Bitcoin summit that we did and the Freedom Summit sent me to push the button. Do it again rock and roll and activist doctor. Judy help we got a great lineup. Then we we had great lineup. This last one and I'm seeing all of these things that we're going around to now around the country they are depicting a lot of this stuff that we knew years ago we started in nine eleven we did a bunch of stuff and then when we started the vaccine education summit in sixteen I mean I knew it was time there was enough documentaries. There is enough information. There was enough to for activist and parents and grandparents to pass around. Because of the stuff that Dr Judy knew she didn't think she knew she knew had confidence wrote the book. Now the next book play corruption is out about how it's all covered up up who the bad guys are earn names going to chalkboard and the Robert F Kennedy Jr. came out and said Yep I love what you did and he wrote his own freaking freaking book insider book so he's got an what he did he ever talk you bout. What are you going to do that? You send it all. His family members are given them crapper. What well actually? It's the forward to our book. It is fabulous. It extended my knowledge. I had no idea about half the stuff so once he finally Liane understood and I shouldn't say finally because he's he's quicker than than than all of us you know. He really understands it a political level. Oh thanks to go back fifty years ago. I wo- idea so once once once I Explained you know we refuse to be Thompson. We refused to cover it up. We were used to make it go away. And they carried out their threat and And so once he understood that then. He saw the connections actions to back to like Mary's Monkey. And and the discoveries of I think it's Dr Eddie E. D. Y.. That's in the forward. So that's the board to the book and and the Children's Health Defence Fund has teamed up with Skyhook publishing to feature you know basically the plague corruption not not necessarily the book but the books and and wake everybody up so back to With the people stories people are waking aping up so these movies the rally tomorrow. I'm sure he'll talk about. I'm not dumb speaking tomorrow. It's the people and the people stories because I think what doc what plague of corruption in what I've learned in the last eight years and everything else is. This is not scientists politics scientists now no is not settled ocare. That is not decided you know. How much can we use gobbly? Gook words didn't put somebody up with a PhD in a in a lab coat and a stethoscope around their neck sitting at the table addressing Congress and saying this about that because they're are scumbags and these people are you know. I'm starting to really have a firm understanding and belief in the gravitation gravitate of Socia- has these people have no empathy. They don't care. It's how much it can get. I gotTa say and keep me out of jail. That's all they care about. You know I'll I'll be. I'll be your you know your pimp or whatever the heck it is just give me money and they'd just pressed the two now and this is science tune out whatever they act you know. This is just your immersed in this and how did you Escaped from the beginning. You didn't think that this existed until you and and then you saw how deep it was and how much you were album you know. Did you notice even existed before no and so. That's how I escaped because as if I had known in two thousand eleven in the summer when I gave that talk I mean who knows what you would do if you know. What's you know what's GonNa Happen Happen? I I would have done exactly the right thing you know you can kill me but you're not yet nose day to you would. I would have killed by self if I'd signed signed the piece of paper and taken my Nobel prizes or lasker awards. All I had to do was sign off on even six months later in two thousand twelve and say I never mentioned this again and I could have had my life back my cars my homes my retirement our lives in as you said with with David. 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Not Because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me I remember that one hundred years we have these machines and after a century of Law Lord. I remember that we are still let us make them remember in your the era of you and your on declare your independence era stand Cochran Feazel from the studios of Phoenix. Hi this is going to get right to it and talk with John Sneezing last hour trying to get an understanding of what's common. It's just an we're done well. There's been a solution in out there that we've been interviewing Patrick Burns since like nine. Can you know early on in his travails with the stock market on the Nikkei short-selling Nova overstock and his thirty million dollars. He spent a win. Thirty something million dollars back so he got to win but he got a lot of discovery and you gotTa understand in the exhibit presentations on. How what he calls it pig's breakfast this whole thing is GonNa go crashing down? And then what financial the financial oil industry the Central Bank the derivatives market the stock market. Cloudy everything. It's GonNa Ma'am what a bunch of crap crab at all plumbing leads the day them those and not you here comes blockchain technology where you can cut out a whole bunch of the middleman. Now Bruce Fenton has been around for a long time in the crypto sphere. And we've had a couple times on the show you can go take a look archive and see that. He's founder and CEO Chain Stone. Labs chain stone is a private incubated and advisory company that invest in digital securities ecosystem. He's invested so we're gonNA talk about chased. I don't owns watchdog capital an SEC registered finra broker dealer Atlantic financial and and to end this ASSOC- roundtable an industry event that series. Which I think they just had a meeting that we just kind of went by and said hello on her way up to visit Derek and Bangor Maine and they had near Portsmouth in New Hampshire. We as a beautiful home there now. Then is a former FINRA. Principal and Economic Advisers specializing in emerging markets and Technology Bruce's worked worked on Bitcoin since twelve with bitcoin foundation and Co founder of the Bitcoin Association. He's been active in theory. Raven coin another project previously precisely Felton work in Saudi Arabia for a large private equity firm and they national foundation. So the boy be financed up up and blocked chained up. Now let's go back to the beginning Bruce. I remember the Bitcoin Foundation. And you're interested in being in steer and and being part of something or something. What is your interest in blockchain? Why have you been from the beginning? You're interested in this at a high level of finance from a different perspective UAE. I think the biggest thing is that it eliminates the need for trusted third parties. So you have You know entrusted third parties aren't necessarily really bad if they're voluntary but we have a lot of times where they're not volunteer. You have central banks you have other groups where you have these trusted third parties where we have no choice but to trust these groups and what a blockchain can do is enable you to trust the chain instead and I'm in and so we verified by a bunch of peers. You know on a on a good blockchain a real one like Bitcoin coin. You have a whole bunch of peers that are saying what's true so rather than saying that you know what the Fed or or Merrill Lynch says it's true you can trust thousands of computers up your peers saying what's true so that's a big advantage because it gives people more control and more flexibility and and it reduces the power these central nations which sometimes aren't good. Okay now from your perspective you know we. We've been friendly get a long time and it's all good but we may have a little bit different perspective on how compliant it we want you know Cryptos to be or how integrated they are into the stock market and how many laws are passed right. You know to me it worked just fine without anybody doing anything just people people money a bite me. Well then I go we gotta get integrated and Save America in society kind of something. So are you for some kind. Got An integration into the system replacing the system do there need to be laws or what is your role in trying to integrate crypto technology into who are financial system. Well I'd rather see less laws I or or not laws pretty much The the one thing as far as the the current regulations the reason that we're going down a regulated path with security. Security's it's it's a lot like drugs like you and I probably. I assume that you're against the drug war against all the you know the the the criminalization of marijuana and everything. If I'm that Libertarian. Yeah me too but reality is you. Can't you just can't open a dispensary in New York without a license. If you know oh you happy systems that are there. That's securities are Kinda like they do it every store every street corner in Harlem I guarantee so so what I'd like to see is alternative to securities that that are not security and then they're not subject to those laws and I'd like to see the existing securities laws reduced but in the meanwhile we're more like a you know I guess to use an analogy we're more like a legal dispensary. You know we're you know I don't think you can really do securities already in the US with you. You know without complying with the laws because I've been governed by those laws my whole life. I don't like the laws a whole bunch of change particularly things around accredited investors. Am Okay See You know this kind of stuff. Okay now if you get the government if you get approval and you get them involved. That's necessary necessary because what when something goes wrong they can enforce some contract or they hold. They require some reserve. Or you put the code in their database of the Attorney General I mean what does that mean yeah well basically securities and as far as as far as laws go. I'm I'm I'm I'm libertarian. Anarchist I I believe in getting rid of almost all these laws but as far as it goes most of the core securities laws. The old. Want if they're not that bad from an end cap standpoint because a lot of them relate to things like private property and and the rights that shareholders have if if I sell you ten percent of my company any for a hundred grand and then tomorrow I sell it to Microsoft for a billion dollars and I'd say I'm sorry I deluded you. That's not fair and you you should have a right to go and say. Hey that's I don't ten percent man and that's what a lot of the core securities rules are and those. Aren't that bad I. I wish they were more voluntary. I wish that said if the government doing it you had a politician -Tario organization. Doing it was. It was entirely voluntary. And hopefully we're moving that way with smart contracts and things where people just able to have their own voluntary agreement But and then there's a lot of securities laws that aren't that great to some of them. Some of them are pretty good. They protect core values. Which I think are in line with Austrian economics thirteen thinking which is you know? Private property rights enforcement of contracts these kinds of things and then some of them are just junk like am l. KYC and this whole l.. A. Credit thing. We have to have a bunch of money to be able to Brian. No I was just explaining it last hour my problem when Patrick did t zero. I'm like man we'd pepe. Yeah yeah WHO member again. I'm sorry Ernie you're not rich enough to get richer and I'm going I will. I know this is going to invest. I want to support nope. You're not allowed you. You don't have enough. You're a sophisticated investor. Which means I got a GAZILLION dollars to lose so I'm just going? Whoa that just went then? You wonder why there's such support for things like initial coin offerings. Because anybody can do it. Yeah Yeah not the credited. Investor rules are problematic. Because they're not fair. You know every member of Congress Congress. They're all they're all credit because they have high enough salaries and this congress the lowest congre salaries one hundred seventy four thousand and the cutoff is two hundred so so pretty much all of the cut off because they all make extra money from book deals and consulting or whatever so by whatever they want but regular regular American investors they can invest in being blackstone Carlisle. KKR Andriessen Horowitz. Off Zeph any of these. You know really serious funds. That have done really really well. Historically you're left out in the cold if you're already rich okay. 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FM to be a part of the show call six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred and now ernest handcuffed to declare your independence Johnson from world attorney of media media sitting in with me. And we'd just Jack ended up with Bruce Fenton have been around the crypto industry for a long time. He's Delton in all kinds of business around around the world and kind of see us. What's up here? We go but there are laws or laws out there and my thing is I'm just like if the technology requires me to get a permission permission slip from the crown. Then it's the wrong tack. I you know I. I don't WanNa play but if you have one that's Kinda. Yeah you guys do all that and I can still use it to do what I want over here ear. And you've helped make me compliant and whatever we'll talk so this is what we're looking to do in the future there is going to be a collapse of every freaking thing and and you're going to have technologies. It's going to be able to bypass that as opposed to them. We're going to go cashless in India and you're not allowed and you got the you know the the big bills aren't there ear and and all of a sudden yeah you can only get twenties here in the US and you'll have the ten thousand one thousand dollar note anymore and hundreds in the net goes away and it's an rfid chip of so you kind of knew. Don't get the play I. Something's common so when it does is there a backstop is their ecosystem to where you can and do trade and you can buy pieces shares of companies can you trade your mortgage or your your property can did you. Where is this all going to be recorded county recorder? How'd that work out with the housing thing? They just did the merger deal and kind destroyed and everything to go. Hey we need you to enforce our property rights kick. That guy outs not paying too goes man. We don't even have in our records in the county record that you even did. What what you want us to enforce your your property and you didn't do what we said the way the law was well pay us a bunch of money and then we'll go in I just craziness? Well what's going to happen. I don't know but but here we have Raven Cloyne. Bruce Fenton as been advocating for this to do what Bruce. How is this is compliant and what we gotta do? I use it in. What ways can we use it interesting because it doesn't have any compliance teachers or am L. or anything like that Built into it. It doesn't compliant teachers at all it doesn't recognize any government that doesn't recognize any rules or laws or blacklists or anything like that. It's just in the spirit the Bitcoin it's just just code You know in the spirit of the cipher sort of ideals. Its its code that was designed and written by volunteers. Giving away for free and anybody can do anything with that. They can run it on their computer and and join the network and if they do that and they mind by their fine. What happened what you know with each block just like they climb or like coin? Then you you get a reward if you have enough computing power and that's how Raven are issued and then you can take those raven and use the same software same wall at the mind with you can create an asset with it and and the only thing that's aware of the acid is the blockchain. It's not registered exterior with any central party. There's no government or anything like that. So what you can do with Raven for with five hundred Raven. which is you know? I don't know ten bucks or something you can. You can burn. Burn the rave and it goes it just disappears. It goes to an address that doesn't nobody owns it. It's just a blank address. So you burn that Raven and then you can create an asset so you can create you. Know Ernie coin or or whatever you want and and then you have that asset now now then then you can do whatever you want with that you can make that asset. It might be something you don't need to comply with the laws. Somebody may create something which they purposely don't comply with the law or or somebody can make one and say I'm going to comply with the laws of Malaysia. And what power do you have to. Somebody's GONNA show up with a government stamp piece of paper and say I want to like stop him or sees him or changed him. Or you're going. What are you talking about? I mean how how. How are you integrated with somebody doing something on Raven coin? Well I don't have any special. Nobody has any special power roll rate decline. I was just a you know and I I get a lot of credit because I was sort of well known when I talked about it but I don't I haven't really even honestly done that much work. It's folks like Toronto gone a lot of work but even those folks you know Tron doesn't have any special power either he there's only power is that he he's good at writing code. People tend to trust the cody right. So if you write something they they tend to you know be likely to to run that but believe me that change in five seconds trump does okay. We're GONNA change the supply you know I'm GonNa give myself powers or something like that. You know this space attorney in a second so nobody really has any special special car. The only one who has tears issue or wherever issues that token so if you issue you know XYZ token you have you have power over that but nobody even knows who you are. Akeso the backbone of this is just a proof of work thing and I know they do in graphic cards and he change algorithm. Whatever so they're not doing a six You know these high powered powered application specific integrated circuit lead Blah Blah Blah. But you know. They're doing graphic cards so I talk to people that have their all their crypto mining or asked nine Snell threes threes and everything down in the graphic cards kinda sitting over there not making money because they can't make money so I'm going. Yeah you got that graphic card rack there. Can I buy why why because I want and we'll all do that. So Raven Coin Mayo. Why am I doing raven called like three cents? It's been hovering around three cents for like ever vendors much as six seven cents but to me I'm looking at this and I know what'll happen if we start giving. That's the first day until the F. Y.. I went out and bought twenty thousand. Which means like sixty bucks or something? I don't know it's not a lot is six hundred. You know a little bit of money. Five hundred bucks Senator Ed or something so I get a crap Raven coin. Why because of the tech? I'm going on I best in tech hear tech here tech here. If it can give me what you're talking about Out and we can use it all right cool because I need five hundred new whatever anyway. So I'm going all right so I got Raven coin. Well it seems like it has been stuck at like three sense sense. Is that intentional. Is somebody buying into it or selling whatever to keep it at the one at stable. Are you looking forward to shoot up. Is it meant to be a currency at all even what it's for. Yeah it's primary purpose is really to be a currency it needs to have some value you for people to to to to run the network just like a theory. I don't think it's intentional. I mean there isn't really it's very distributed. There's nobody with any power over. There's no foundation that runs it. There's nobody with any there was no pre mind there was no fundraise there's nobody that has any special power. There's there's not even any really big holders older You know he was one of the largest holders but but even you know less than one percent you know. There's nobody that you know it's like seventy percents. Don't buy insiders or you know there is no insiders with with rain and I mean even folks like me who were active early. We had to go and fight for our coins just like everybody else we had to. We had to buy them or or mine. I'm in the market is very competitive. Rate from day one. It was pretty competitive within a week. It was like forty five hundred miners well issuance inches. It follows the distribution of the twenty one million limit like with bitcoin. Except it's twenty one billion and a market market cap now is one hundred forty million so it's not like nothing you know so but it so I'm going okay. So here's another coins coming out my rear the reason that I was interested in this because I miss mistook it for another one that I was Had All these privacy feature finally. Somebody's doing okay. Get on then I find now. I was thinking of something else but in the process I learned what you guys are doing is that this is is it going to have some at the base creation of Raven coin and the mining of it. 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Enjoy your independence. Right none. John's I'm sitting over there listening what Hap- me has questions here directly. We'll get to this is. We've been learning a lot with Bruce on this and basically it comes comes down to this. Hey Man it's code. It's math you know somebody that you're not allowed to write code and punch on a keyboard and whatever the heck you want to do and then are am. I not allowed the downloaded on my computer. Do whatever the heck I want to do and it might what you do with it and so on you might run afoul of and somebody you not like it but you know that's not at our problem man it's code so get over it but their support for these features. What are the features of Raven? Coin that you're excited about and we can expect expect benefit from Bruce. So there's a cool thing that That trump came up with and I the tiny bit with Which is which is? It's something I kind of call membership so camps and that would be a token where you you have a special type of token not like a normal thing that trades around it's not meant to trade it all exact it can only be set to one address and what that means. Is that if I say I like Ernest. He's remember my club because he came to two two weeks ago. Everybody at that event is going to get a special token. I've gotta give you that Tokyo and and and you show me your id or you shake my hand or whatever you give me a a code when you know when you're in person whatever it doesn't matter the point is you're in kind of a membership group and I can give you that token and then and then it can only be sent to that address so if you you show me a Qr Code in person. I send you their token to that and I know that it's going to ernest wallet and if it can never be sent it can't be moved out of that Wallet then then I know that. It's you know that Wallet Is Yours. So then what I've created this limit. There's a special kind of asset. They can only trade with other members hours of that of that group so I could say okay. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA issue farm token anybody who came to the farm two weeks ago you get this token now eighty people bull who have that they can all trade amongst themselves and they can send messages and it's kind of secrets or anything else so you could use it for underground club of hackers or activate. Take time out time freak back up here we go here we go. This is like a membership and membership has privileges and one of these privileges is and I've been screaming about this forever. You have the memo field. That's in the transactions that you can send if I got some secret Neil super-duper Monaro or whatever the heck coin that I'm doing and I can you know. Send a message in that field of the membership token thing out. Does anybody even know so. I sent sent the message and people that can read it. Got It to even know that they got it it's an encrypted. Whatever the message itself and they don't know do I have like you know a SMS or a a text or or some kind of a pirate communication there that secret and hailing frequencies invisible with a crown or not say it say it say it? Yeah yes boom pirate communications. I heard the third ladder a captain mark if you can do that added. I've been screaming for this. One three can feature can I. Can I not send a private message to where no one knows where it came from. No one knows who got it and no one knows what it said. Are you saying I can do that. With membership houses. Privileges Raven coin token thing. Yeah you will be able to. It's not going to be like SMS. It'll repeat more simple message give crappy to message. I can open up on my whatever but then you can send documents images to using Do you know about what we did. Well the the file I fast a few years ago he kind of Shaw. What was common so our? It guys. Derek sloppy at address hosting created a sync up computers to where we have running. Ip typeface of all of Freedom's Phoenix pirateswithoutborders declare independence. Everything is on F s but also syncs up with other nodes so so that we have pin files on several computers that Dan can see whatever it is that we WANNA do. Then we went and we took all of James Corbett videos and articles and so on because we have him on every Wednesday and he's understood this for years at. We're needing to do this so we did him first. Then we got seven thousand whatever videos from lucrative scale we are changing. Larkin Rosen Rosen. Conscious resistance and World Alternative Media and Dan. Dick's all desk. We put on us and we'd built up the sinking of these nodes judge so that we have forever files it never ever ever goes away so you look on. You know today's Archive. You'll see score down to the bottom and you'll see the S. addresses says now we're working with Colin paper research and some of the other guys I'm building. IPF search page the because Meta data that goes in the titles and everything everything associated with the hatch so we need to have some kind of Ip F s search. So we're working on the search be Ababneh had man. We're on this. Can we turn that on last last February out of POCO. Because I'm going look I see what's common you guys are GonNa be all d platform and James Corbett did a site map thing on for us to be able to eighteen eighteen hours later. We had files on. So I'm like I'm way ahead of you man on this. WE'RE GONNA KICK ASS on this. But I need pirate communications. I need. He'd have hailing frequencies invisible to crown the second letter of Captain Mark as I need a crypto currency certain features and privacy. Is it now. If you got Raven Koi not only he is representing the create. My own token I can do some representation in a virtual world of virtual ship of a virtual mall of virtual cabinet virtual. We have online game a fan Oroville the space adventure. Whatever Seth Macfarlane's thing? The Orville has a fan club. That's creating a video game of which pirate our ship and everything is part of that game in there. You know Davi Barker from bitcoin not bombs my partner working in Dhabi and Derek and I on the pirates without Borders staying. He does a lot of the graphics and we do the writing letters and all that kind of stuff. Well we try to go into pop culture through different different gaming and stop and boom the ORRVILLE thing hit and they've embraced pirates without borders as part of the characters. So this is why we want to have that ship. You know we can. Hey man you want to get a place on the ship. Get Your Raven coin of this is yours. We got you know membership has its privileges including pirate communication. If you're saying that and this this holds up what you're saying here That three cents will be more no hope and and and you know what's cool about it is it can be used for these really really You know anarchist type of applications shoot the same same You know the same membership thing in could be. It could be Ah Back you know bank could say okay. Here's Ram get our parents are am L. Kyc. We'll give you a token and then they are there things so thank you could be super compliant with it if you want. You can play with every rule there is or you could be totally underground with it. compliancy means compliancy. You see means like like paperwork like paper or paper somewhere. Somebody's GonNa find something. I am just so not into that. I'm just you know if if they don't like it they don't WanNa do it. Somebody complained don't do it. You know it's like and that was our most recent ladder it's called scuttle but our character reprisal female character it's it's on ID. When I was talking to Tron I go one thing is reputation score but the one thing I kept insisting that we define in the letter is that reputation of what you have to have an idea of somebody this particular pirate? I'll give a crap what you call yourself your pirate Jack One day pirate Alison Neck. And I don't give a crap but your biometric of DNA whatever the hell it is. It's freaking you so whenever you do something or the reputation of people say or go to scuttle but you know about about you it follows you. Your reputation precedes you. And you're not getting on my ship unless I know who you is and your guy that allowed before you know next month when you come back or something a membership has its privileges kind of thing. So I don't hear so then Tron said there was a reputation ide- thing. I got written down somewhere. There was another one that he thought thought that was Kinda cool that would interface going okay. So we're building this pirate. You know you can apply if you want with a crown or not as what's coming is coming Giannis tonight. We'll continue talking about in the next hour but real quick before the end of this segment. Tell me is a bad time to come in. And you've got some backup for whatever we've got a plan for upset I mean Always plan for a rainy day at that. You know. Keep your have your escape escape plan and your food and your land or whatever you can do maybe cup. Bitcoin is away somewhere because you know when people get hit by storm they don't they never they never think it's coming to the floor now. I know it's coming. John is a comet. It's definitely coming here that I don't even I aright. What are you feeling confused about the current economic reports that dominate the headlines? Not sure if this is a good time to buy or sell your home or feel like the process can be overwhelming overwhelming and confusing. This is done. HANDCOCK was silver alliance realty in Phoenix Arizona. 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Me Now is ready ready to do that. Now Bruce you know we're talking to Bruce spent and that is just telling us what's up about nothing nothing into nothing. I don't know nothing. I got some remember. We're just building. This is nothing New People. Do it not my problem. You do what you go all the at your problem so I get it okay. Disclaimers of you know Bruce. Don't arrest them. So my my thing is I'm GonNa Alright. I have a simple answer simple question can i. Now you're saying I have to be in some kind of a membership club or token kind of a thing group. Now we were talking about that at your function couple weeks ago and we were just there for an hour. half-cup lowers hours being. Bob Stopped by and thank you for letting us do that but I saw a lot of friends there and everything else cool and awesome. We got to talk about this now. If I'm in this club it it was be like you have membership. Has Its privileges. You are a member that is allowed to even get a token or beyond the ship or this is your ID and then you can tie it to some kind of a bio identifier in your reputation scholars together kind crap but it allows for transactions or communication inside that group of a people or group text thing whatever you create that a transaction sending a three cents Raven coin or something that in there I can have a message to false. Yeah okay. It's invaded now. That code you can test that code on the test net But yeah that's that's been part the roadmap for a long question. I can send the message now. Is it somewhere logged. Seen somehow somewhere that they can trace back to WHO Senate who received it or what's into message no no Because I state the users aren't tied to any of the coins at all or the essence. So if you create You know whatever liberty ship asset token. Nobody knows that you created that Uh No nobody knows that. That's yours unless you say if you're that nobody knows your members are okay now the transactions. Actually it's actually going through miners or something. It's going into the chain aimed at their discovering a block so this message takes twenty minutes ten minutes. How often is a block on? But they're a minute. ooh Okay so I got every minute. I'm sending something hailing frequency. Nobody knows what I said from whom and who download and got it. Yeah pretty much coach. See you don't be amazing this pretty much you know it's being worked on now. I mean that's the plan for for for a while and so far everything in the Road Map it's been met or exceeded It's not something you can do right this second because it's still being developed but it it in testing and it's it's been and You know in protest for a long time okay you. This is what happened. One time I had a guy come on guy last year or so and it was called dark data services I think and he was anarchist. Libertarian coder hacker guide that been making a bunch of money off a law enforcement tracking down bitcoin transactions and he came on he just wanted informed formed community man. He's GonNa Look Ernie WanNA share. Come on he goes. Hey guys I can track down your transactions using bitcoin down to the device likes we know who wear what. And it's called dark days and I just you know purge myself of all guilt of I just want you guys to know. Be Aware I see you and I'm I'm gone. Well thanks thanks for that Anybody GonNa see my Raven coin. Well the it's very similar to bitcoin. So if you want an exchange with your bitcoin And then there's the the FBI wants to find out that you have that you know they. They can engage one of these groups like coin and they can track back while they've had pretty good success with that there's some privacy features which are later on in the roadmap like Nimble Bowl and some of these other things that they could be audits raving to make it even more private right now. Now it's basically like your bitcoin. You know you know his private at your bitcoin. As that's how Eurabia so it's private in the sense that your. Id You know you don't have an ID that you you know like you do when you buy apple stock when you buy a CD at the bank But you know with anything with enough investigation or something you know people. Can you know they do they do track. Your bitcoin and waving works very very similar. Bitcoin in that respect so I need some of these privacy tumble jumble jumble of whatever the heck you're GonNa do you know. This is how I want to use it. I don't want to be out there saying this is what I went through Bruce when united do shows over the years. I've been covering it since it's like the beginning and everybody come on. Andreas Anthony Novels and Roger and vitality you know voorhees and all these guys come on. They say certain things or you know it. It wasn't they weren't like being untruthful but by omission. I didn't really get the full story of ADS. Anonymous then I get. Oh No it's pseudo anonymous you look up shoot. It only means not I mean you know you guys are killing me. Don't don't ask me because when I go out. Tell him I go look man. Go Get some Raven coin because Raven coin is going to get a membership membership has privileges in one of those privileges. We get private pirate communication hailing frequencies invisible the crowd we're offering bamboo. Let's rock and roll. Maybe not so much I mean moment man man man I need to go. What is a standard either? They could see it or they can't yep so. Would you say it's like bitcoin right now. And you create an asset you so you could go on your wallet right now. Create a new address create an asset in the new address draft. And nobody knows that you've created that your name isn't isn't affiliated with your Wallet Anyway Debit we tracked the device. Look at it transaction history. I don't think so I mean I don't know how to do that with Bitcoin. I it really depends on. I don't think it could be done. I'm with Bitcoin. Depending on how you do it I mean if you know what. I'm hoping you guys are doing this stuff and you said it so I'm like don't be saying stand stuff thirty man. I got a whole freaking lifetime of neo freaking enter. Kissed pirate work to be done going into twenty twenty election cycle of. Oh my God and you you get a little spark to Ernie a little glimmer of hope like man all hell. No I created my own frequent universe already in five minutes from the time you said it. Well Yeah anybody WHO's developers. Welcome to to contribute. You know it's all on tier so you know the the more volunteers the faster gets built and and And the more you know privacy's it's it's an ever moving. bitcoin was a lot more private for years ago. Five years ago You know it's it's it's like anything you know. The the the privacy gets eroded by people who want to You know reveal your privacy so you know these new tools that that make you more private and then somebody will try and figure out a way to get around those tools or break those fool. Everybody you know. You WanNa get into your privacy. Well this is now. Why did you pick Raven this concept that know who came up with a concept? I mean you. We need a coin that does this and trunk and Do Trung go make I mean what was it that you're looking to do what's different about Raven. Coin I D- I think the I think the origination of Raven was basically the the idea that You know tokens are a huge use case for blockchain's but there isn't really any chain. That's specifically focused on token you know Syrian cerium was originally focused on smart contracts bitcoin. It's focused on being money like when he's focused on being money Marriage focused on being private money A A whole bunch of other chances smoke focused on other things so just the just the fact of having a chain that's focused on token and then the next thing is well okay. You're going to have chain. What kind of chain do you have? A tabby you know pre mind no No set aside for founders or anything no don't fund raise make pure open cyberpunk no control no central authority and that that was basically the origin in the Ravens Ryan. Sorry to hit the end of the show real quick and I want to get. This is out when Raven coin. I go in and I have a wallet and account or whatever what is it that interfacing with to create my own token what you guys have made easy as I go up there and you click click. Click call this boom done. Okay right. Yeah it's it's just right with the block chain it's just telling them the itself that thing it's been done and the chain is aware of whatever happened just like Bitcoin is aware when you move from one address to another the big point blockchain blockchain with four and creation of any outfit forgetting. Where would we be traded? It could be traded some exchange goes. Hey man this pirate whatever the guy with nine. We'll put it over here. It's legit 'cause being mined and people like it and that's it yeah. I mean there isn't really a lot of that. You're listening on experience exchange good and it's like they lifted theory. Has Their token twenty. A whole bunch of those were the fifth. Yeah once so that that they're out there not tiger. Any identity is only the only raven entirely self contain everything within his own authority. which is the blockchain the night you guys don't stay tuned? John asked a question. We do get a couple more minutes where we go to the next hour. 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Not Because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that it lies behind me I remember that one hundred years we have caught these machines and after a century of war. Aw I remember that we still it makes them remember br Welcome back on appeared veered here on declare your independence Amir sack here in Phoenix Arizona. Eight from the B. People Studios of freeze would ask is DOT Kool Keith. Sirnak and he just hanging out come to see what's up you know and drink a beer drinking his breakfast you know 'cause he's also felt and everything needs carbs with you know now. It's good to see you. John You you heard what he had to Sammy now are we. Are we excited or what. I don't know it'd be might be it. It sounds like you're gonNA find out. Sounds like there's something there I just like that I could build anything and just remove the government's ness like this could be complying wind. If you want to screw that I know God just like Bruce Behind. You're talking about paperwork. I'm losing interest here. My eyes are glazed over a little bit so we'll take a look at the time stamp this on the screen. You See. This is Raven coin. Okay not to be confused with other stuff. Show Joe Raven coin. What do I got here? I got point zero to nine one eight to US dollars so it was like three cents. Let's there's been three cents for long time now. It's gone up as high as it peaked. At what is this. The price went to seventy one cents. So it's been like a lot more and then as low low low shot up and win this shoot up back. In April that went the peak of whatever for whatever reason season boom. Now it's down okay. I like when it was like civil down by more. Yeah yeah either to all right. Let's go ahead and see what we can do with this if it can do what we're talking about and he's going. Yeah Alan you guys like Bruce. Tell me that stuff before you know a lot of the big name. Oh yeah sure yeah. Okay we'll find out so we'll start working with them on this and see what we can do because if I can just go on. Because I've seen him do it. You know we had gone on the developer showing he goes you go on the site you do this. You Click here. You get that and boom Bob. Your uncle which I looked at up what that means that some kind of obscure English thing of what it means theologies or whatever but anyway so you go okay. Can we do that. Let's do that. We'll see if in their also has the ability to send is in private information than wow I documents and pictures. Yeah they always province it always campaign until I want to do it. You know. Then we could do for the ship and Vir- subscriptions you could have membership as privileges and and I could be even selective of who can even by it all which is one thing you don't want that's communist on my frequent ship. Got Them to air lockers Prince Andrew on there. That was a big discussion when we were talking in. About who ship is now. It's Captain Marks freaking mine. dammit get over it. I'm you're lucky. I haven't benevolent dictator and vacuum. Everybody I mean I you know whatever ever who's it going to be and what what rules they have and how this brings up all that kind of stuff. What are you going to do so I don't know what do you think Who Do you want on your ship? WHO WANNA exclude from your ship? And how do you do it. Well then reputation thing you gotta. Id People you and you know you you. I'd like to have you on my I ship you want. Here's your crypto thing. This is your membership card of being able to even stronger in private distributed that identity and that's one thing tron showed us. There was a night. Goes all what you guys are talking about your scuttle butt black paper that we do he goes. This is what you need aide. This one this one this one. It was some kind of idea reputation thing I've on cool. We are talking about it so this is kind of another side project that keeps sleep. We built there. We got the idea for it. Do we have the coin four. We've got guys that want to build things on at virtually and have fun we're going to different festivals and doing. I'm like all right this work. We're at the stage that we can start. You know developing this stuff can get it at the beginning to make sure we phrase it ride and you get on -pired as you don't say the wrong thing the wrong way because the man's going to welcome explain it to you so do you separate thing you know. Is it part of a separate thing. So maybe it's part of being able to play the game the Orrville game with and you got in there and you got some kind of thing you get to go inside the ship because that's a lot of the stuff you want to tour the ship pay me. I'll give you a tour. Then you get where you want to build your cabinet. What there's a brothel over here? So thous one thing we do you have brothels opium dance. How far are you willing to go? Do you have armament. You know are bazaar of plasma rifles. I mean you know. What are you going to do this? I didn't realize so these are the things that you know. It's not that you know anarchy. It doesn't have any rules. It's like J. Noon says to not arkie. I'm a non artist among government anti anything. I don't have eh so this is kind of A. It's a mental exercise going through this stuff but it's going to manifest itself in the real world because this entire hire structural got it now is going away or it certainly going to be on life support or somebody trying to clear five hundred times and then they become in Japan Zombie bags. So this is you know. Give this conversation in Crypto Guy. This kind of solution even expected or anticipated or desired these kinds of solutions. For what's coming why. I think there's going to be even more greater solutions. That's going to come out. I I just see like Wenders. Most people you don't I I think it comes from a human can perceive or believe it can achieve. So whatever we put it into our mind visualized let me find WANNA reality exactly. We'll come there you also and it just need more people to think. Think about it and then you'll start to to come out and start to get developed. You always interesting to me. Is You know this is going to be real life scenarios as we go to like other places Alabama the ocean out in the Ocean Sea steadying island you bought of whatever virtual worlds Sim city of. It's kind of semi virtual real- of I'm living been on my couch or the helmet on or something or I go to Mars or the moon or these space stations are ships. This and this is exactly the kind of thing. Thank promising a lot of us when they were doing to the world ship or something. These big giant ocean liners. Do they sell private cabins. And you have to have this one. I remember ever you had to have a net worth positive. Five million or ten million or something dollars to even qualify to have a cabin on this thing. I guess they figured you brush. Brush your teeth and you're not a pedophile or something which all our guys aren't yeah. Yeah I guess Epstein will qualify anyway. Oh Yeah and he is. He did anybody so that was they were talking about. We'll get into that later but the so I'm looking at. They already have ships. They call them. One one was called the world championship and that ship. And it's going to be airships. This is common. How do you have ownership? How do you take what your property rights? What what's a conditioning and is data added security and does some government somewhere? Tell you what you can and can't do and the rest of you when you go into port. I mean I have no idea. That's what we're doing. Can we have a structure that is done in such a way that we can take care of ourselves and forcet ourselves property rights ourselves. How do you do that? We're GONNA find out but that's the goal because it's way too much government and they have the ability to comply aren't finding if you WANNA comply to fill out paperwork. It'd be my guest. That's that's right I criteria. I'm not doing any paperwork now. It doesn't mean that I don't WanNa have a biometric matched at this is you. With some digital crypto. Go you can transfer a new kind of something paper. Backup of whatever the hell that front. But I I'm not asking any government state eight body for permission or have some criteria or state issued. Id to do anything we have to replace all of these functions and we are from the six letter of captain. Mark a pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions. Unfortunately the crown presses everyone one into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished years ago but the crown still claims to own us. 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FM Ma to be a part of the show call six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred and now Ernest Hancock. We don't play near Boston. We're GONNA that's part of the whole change over. We're doing all this stuff. Scripture down be doing a lot more music music clips and going through and and violating the law. You violated the law. You're doing too much of the seven and a half seconds of you're not allowed so I'm I'm looking for justice mercan way wherever the hell that was as the truth and if we can find out that we can be private in a communication in a memo field that set up on any crypto or a coin that eh becomes my pirate coin them and one thing I was going to ask him why Raven and I forgot they know we're dot com from what was Raven mean. There are some little secret cultish. Whatever the hell John if it comes from nothing comes from Oden you know the the Pagan God that the Vikings had you know he had this raven to Raymond's on his shoulders That always giving my back to him. So is that why some guys have raven wings tattooed under back shoulders or something. You might be wondering what that was about. I mean you know that you can immune to Raven's that Odin had found not mistaken. Well you ought to know because you're from Norway Aria Viking Akeem your. They had a Viking woman. They got DNA from our something. They kind of created her face. Oh you're telling last night. Tell the people that you showed me last night. Thank me out well today. You know the technology I'm GonNa Talk. We're going up to the Red Pill Expo and I'm going to talk about the in potential for a police state that you can do it if I g communication system if the government has control and and now currently you know there's there's a crazy crazy technology out there you know. There's there's a lady I think Lawson was memorable name it. She actually could take you go and take your spayed. Whatever is you can find DNA from now? Now you're blue your nose clean actor chewing gum or going around. And then she has a little plaque says where she got it from and a sample of whatever it was and then what she do with. `member `member the woes at mission impossible where they in print those faces. Well that's what she does from. DNA from the. And that's what there's a company now that is doing working with law enforcement. I know in the United States that was pair bonds and non-opec whatever to call but they actually are doing the same thing to take your DNA and they recruit faces. The only problem they had was they couldn't no determined age quite properly yet with that technology but they could kinda what ages it come out at birth or like thirty forty years or something that they like the faces on us. I think that's what they were talking saying. Currently that's where you know what this means. Yeah I tell you what this means this movie movie. Gatica thing here it. Is You know we take a some of the ambient fluid we take some cells. We check to make sure that the kids don't I don't have any diseases. MAYBE THEY WANNA abort because it's you know whatever they want boy girl was first thing and then it's like you know as to ugly ugly at thirty five. They're just to try again. I don't want to look like that. Think of this. My father's mother her maiden name was Kirkpatrick so Kirkpatrick or whatever and Kilpatrick Hatrick. Anyway I forget my daughter went back and she said you said that it wrong. I what I've been telling her. It was wrong. She had red hair but I knew her as grandma. She had white hair so all three of us kids we were born. We all had red hair does not read anymore but freckle-faced red-headed frequent and Irish. Whatever the Heck and my dad have read air? I had a busby until I was like five or something he just couldn't. It was just a thing because they have like red eye kind of okay but what happens. There's some kind of DNA there little bit. Too much. Bruce What do you? What was the braveheart? What was William Wallace little too? Much William Wallison. Their shows propensity sensitive for this. He does that. We'll just hellfire missile at school when he's seven years old and we had to deal with that this DNA things will be personality traits character traits. That are either not be bred out just freaking cold out of the population. 'cause you're a frequent threat to the man. Yeah we'll the CRISPER crisper now. No gene editing. That's what they do. They like. They want this newer makeup quieter. So it's coming it's happening and if it's coming and you you see it now. That means they them. Those already got it for ten years. Oh Yeah Yeah. That's usually how it is but any technology need a pirate ship. I'm I'm telling you man all this stuff it comes down to just being able to end on your business and I'm over here inviting you. Don't even know what would be the scariest thing to government an entire culture and society. That didn't like them that they didn't even know existed. That was James Bond double o seven specter thing we got the specter factor. So funny we're so worried about you know you know we exist. You know. That's what they're afraid of. Oh my God. We don't even know these people. They're everywhere the pirates known to run through. So we're GONNA have some fun with that. The what we are talking with James Corden last night he did a thing the memoirs here. It comes to the point that he was making. Is that the power of just having a you know a cool meam and you know. Stop because Jeffrey Epstein didn't kill himself has been a thank my comment was this James. Push back on he goes. What's your evidence of that okay and this is my thing I'm going when there is a campaign and Jeffrey Epstein didn't kill himself? What does that? What does that mean that? He's not a dead or somebody. He didn't suicide himself. He didn't kill himself he's he's dead and somebody else killed him okay. I'm going all right right when also could be construed that you know he's not dead now as a free agent signed didn't kill him so does that mean he's dead or is that part of the sigh up to convince Vich that he's dead going. What makes you think he's dead while all this I saw a picture? Oh is it that easy what. Yeah no my the whole thing is that you've got some been forgotten Baghdadi and both of them more do they do. We created a doctor in the ocean. And we're not pinky not swear. And what James himself has been saying. You know these guys. They've been saying that Baghdadi was just a lucrative ski thing. They've been saying that he's been dead like four or five times report on several new cells so we need die again but epsteins dead picky. He's with her and the cameras went out. You know they got thousands. Tens of thousands of closed circuit televisions. All over New York City except for the two. Then it was. You know looking at Epstein's sell Sean. Just going what makes you think he's dead because they said so. Let me nothing. But of course he had to die. You think he doesn't have a dead man switch. There's a whole bunch of something and we're just glad well what's your face or that I don't care I I've just glad that the issue and him and what it made it back into the lame stream media the media so last century that we still have the discussion of what's going on and when he died it's like now. 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Yeah just straight and you're talking more about the police state part of of it but of course I work in the field as telecom technician so I know that you know even not in Canada but actually FCC puts warnings now on for example for g the LT antennas for alarm communication and so on that install it like at least thirty feet away from you operating so there there were about even. If you're on you walk up to your fried no no no no but it's you know there's a warning there you sure. Okay me ask you this. Maybe you know you. Maybe you don't know. I just think it's interesting that televisions operate at the refreshing rate that it's fifty sixty hertz or something you know what does that mean. What is hurts her? She's a frequency. So it's the amount that you know. You send out power from Sullivan. Even like there's a frequency like our brain for example runs in between twenty two hundred and twenty hertz. Anything in the world is a frequency if you actually go and look at when we look at other planets other solar systems of figure out like what kind of composition at as they looking for the frequency print of anything that they're looking at all the different colors they have different frequencies until everything is a frequency in in our world. Our thoughts thoughts I believe is also frequencies that emits and then whoever but so everything is a frequency but it depends on you know. Can't wait Eh. You get this when I do what they call a spectrometer. Okay and I'm analyzing something and I go. ooh There's atoms of whatever and I got this molecule Cavallo. I'm doing a spectral analysis of what's a net asteroid you know something's emitted from it and I guess it's from light bouncing off it. There's something that gives us. It's mostly nickel on. That is go get that one gold one. Go go there. The diamond platinum. Yeah whatever Mager more diamonds and people just say so. Do you have a light source that you're seeing this planet. Our solar system you know fifty fifty light years away of whatever got water liquid water because we kind of because we say all right. Well when I do that and I get that spectral analysis of what is there. That frequency is just electro-magnetic radiation of a bounce of photons or you're saying hey in there something else they're analyzing how. How are they getting that from? What visible light ways? Are you an infrared or different. It's different Brin type of lightweight so they did definitely don't use visible ones because then we could see a lot of this stuff right. So they're using infrared or gamma or X. Ray Look whatever type all higher frequencies they use in order to find find Ozone Star Planet Way Hell out is enough information nation that we can tell what it is well. At least that's what they're what they're saying. Yeah so I got that emission. Now why I is everything. The communications your television at fifty sixty hertz. Why why that? Why not forty? Why not one hundred thirty six and a half? Why am a I? I'm not one hundred. Percents what our brain work at well. It's twenty two hundred and twenty so they're within our brain which all the old the current. Don't you know meeting TV programming. Excuse me well. That's yeah that could be one on the you know. I always talk about you. Know people are afraid of five G.. The people currently everything that is electricite running within our brain waves. So why well well I you know. I'm I'm not sure I have never happened or scrambler. Double headers and I think it's because it was easy easy to transmission uh-huh transmit power through the transmission lines and everything so it may be a biological yeah. Lower frequency goes rare much further and higher. So that's that's why. Probably they chose these frequencies in the in the first place. When you know the the good old guys you know the develop that showed us a television transmission towers our top of the mountain of the hill? The whatever they wanted to be able to get the most distance to cover the valley of yes they went lower on those but with five G.. GonNa put you on tennis everywhere because as you know where it quite high in a real five G. will be from isn't microwave area from thirty two to three hundred gigahertz. That's what they're gonNA bewitch microwave at Microsoft for. I forgot exactly where it's at but it's within I believe it's within about what is i. I think it's like at least a gigahertz up. I think it's it might be even know probably be lower. I can look it up. What am I asking for? I go microwave. Dave hurts are one of my asking just put in microwave frequency range okay micro away free Quincy Rain Sheikh Wills. What all right if I'm doing what's called microwave? I'm going into frequency bands. Anything kinda whatever I got L. Band this band okay. Frequency range one to two GIGAHERTZ and it can go up to one hundred. Ten One hundred seventy GIGAHERTZ. Three hundred megahertz to three hundred gigahertz. That's the microwave. That's the technical like bandwidth that a microwave is and then you got to you know. Get in five fighter five. Jesus I know but it's in that band so you a microwave and microwave oven ovide gotten kind of problems in the pacemaker. I'm Brian Sunburn in my face of I don't WanNa you know. have microwave their bed you you know. And then I'm putting every seven hundred feet that we're starting to see installed here in Phoenix. You know down the street you gotta a friend of Mine's wife. Neil sent him a picture and he sent it to me and they are and that's like to across the street from each other. I'm going so they're doing fire. Frying me are they controlling me. Are they change in my emotion. That fluoride ain't working right. They're starting to do. They're all burkey filtered up his damn guys. They're not getting their medicine like an equilibrium three of the movie with Justin Bail Christian. Bale you get your medicine right so we're going to have the frequency. Is your medicine in your head because what medicine do the change your brain and how it proceeds whatever will bypass out. We'll just go straight to brain frequency Well five Jeez brain frequency its way we Past that in the micro specter can influence can cook can fry sold. This is the thing with those frequencies going to have to have a quite the. I'll put on them in order to actually penetrate into or through different materials. Like your house and everything. If you want five Gene Your House tells you know crank it up a bit like it's it's not going to be like the actual four G. Towers. That are meeting sixty watts right now when they sent out a signal. But it's definitely going to be a you know a higher frequency because or else you're not gonna get it into the house even with four G. Today people have to put extra booster antennas to you know. Get their convenience in their basement shooting suit and microwave gun at me and mind my yard my house and to think there's not going to be any impact is to be naive. Oh one hundred percent. Yeah Okay I don't know what the impact going to be. But they'll sit there and tell me it's none. No this is the funny thing is i. I was in Telkom for about ten years before I moved over. I'm still you know in the low wattage field but with those ten years you know there was always like every now and then you know popped up is like all unit cancer and microwave radiation allegation from the cell phone towers in this can mean disappeared again from the conversation. I don't know if there was some lobbyist from coast. They would do that. uh-huh right but yeah so it's just like came. Disappeared came and disappeared old actually with the fifty church we use the. I know that you guys use sixty hertz on your electricity versity but we'd fifty hertz that we have in Norway on the highway transmit wattage transmission lines like forty four kilowatts they actually have a boundary. The Government of course is credit boundary of about nine hundred feet on each side of these because one thing came out that they thought it was leuke a doubling of leukemia by that. Did some research on people living close to these transmission lines and you found almost a doubling of leukemia in those areas. So but of course. That's you know they said that. Yeah that's Not Really No. There's not too much evidence but it was go evidence in it. But then they created that boundary after that so clearly something. That's chopping up. Should you be able to earn an honest. Living free from senseless government interference the Institute for Justice thing. 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Fits through but the guys that have like want control. You know the guys at the United Nations economists these technocrats did you know they say differently. They see a way eight to even be able to control and and control everything. You can zoom all these different things because if you go into a store you know there's actually stores I forgot where it is if it's in California or New York but There's Amazon store you know you go in walk and get what you want. Walkout charges your cat. Yeah exactly exactly because you got all these cameras knowing exactly what you do in and reading your whatever it is and then you know the the use an algorithm to then no find funneled exactly land for wide ten years ago that I saw it was the commercial. You guys may remember. This guy goes into a store picks out some stuff he walks out Nelson charm. Sharon this guy like a uniform your security guard. You know sure you forgot your receipt. Then he walks away leaving the point received yet but that the point that they were making is that you don't have to go through checkout you'd have to just does automatic gun you get a low blow the price of whatever the heck and you get your rule rule in whatever. Yeah so I'm all right so there's going to be a convenience thing and then and then it's going to be are people going to be. Yeah is my housing housing development. Five G. interfaced. Oh it's not well I don't WanNa live there because I don't have five G.. Everything of surveillance everything and my kids very thick. Yeah you could have. We'll look what the hardcore technocrats want. They want to be your inter fixed line to remove fiber for some reason auto the equation and they want to basically replace five G.. Would everything and I you know. I see the thing where they could say well. Infrastructure is so happy and so hard at the government needs needs to print the money in order to do this. So how about you know. The government takes over a t and t verizon T mobile all these guys and then they just government runs using all the infrastructure prints the money and then get gets it done. They don't already It's the same guys running everything. The same guys on the board of directors of the same guys same guys. Yes sold if you want to do you harm your home you need to get on. You could create like a suburbia voluntary suburb out there or it could build it. You'll also there's no area no knee and you have fiber to the two to communicate into your house if you if you want a stationary place. And you don't see my thing thing is is that I want what I want for whatever reasons I want it and I don't want what I don't want now need you telling me I gotTa Have Freedoms Answer. What's free question? Do I want high speed Internet Absa frequently. This is the one thing that has locked us into the cities. It's one electrcity now can gain. You have electricity and Water and communication other than that. You're pretty much I mean it's getting to the point even in the desert if you got retention it rains or do they do that. Rain rains on your land. That's not yours. Belonged to somebody downstream of the government allowed what then in in Colorado and they go all right all right. All right. We're GonNa let you keep your rain water. But it's limited to one hundred and ten gallons which was to fifty five gallon drums. That was it. We're free you get to fifty five gallon drums really. They're making a big deal out of this this couple of years ago and I'm going all the Lord done saw fit the rain down on my property. Whatever the hell is I freakin mine? You know what did you catch that right there if it pleases a crown may I collect like my own rainwater on my land know. Really what the hell good are you guys that. So this is. I'm looking in the future. If you we have the access to water well or even in a desert you can collect water that falls on your teenagers. You're fine okay. Then you have power arwel. Sore here works really well. Oh you could have variously. and IT'S GOING TO BE MR fusion. They I do you know. FREAKING banana peels thousand. I'm fine okay. So that'd be a common energy is already not as big. A deal was even ten years ago. The big problem is communication. Am I able to do due communicating business to show. Where can well here comes starlink? They just SPACEX just put them today or next week or something. They're putting up another sixty satellites satellites. So when we go satellite-based communication a GIG UP A GIG down and all of a sudden rock and roll and whatnot Five gene stick it now. Now what so I I do. They them those want us to have this kind of independence autonomy. Will they allow it. They're command you could go pirate. We're not sure we gotTA keep the slaves under control so when you say control in what way there's said Ah fine with the the the slap you Air Hellfire missile. I mean. What are you talking about? Oh you're talking about g now. What's your goal to? Have you know they want me to have high speed internet or they want to track. My toaster didn't want to have high speed Internet. Someone to track your toe like whatever you have in your house you know. Internet of things getting developed DOLLOP. They communicate. Now it's all yeah it's to know for them to communicating it conveniently in between each other and fix bugs or whatever they have in their saw firmer software off dryer and so on but what they can do with. This is that you know you have a stream in the bathroom which comes to big data. You know your Microsoft's everybody's nobody's talking about big data big data and were doing that because now we could store that that everywhere because we have so much storage space right so now you pull cheaper and then potentially you could look because I know that I could remotely log into ninety nine point nine percent of all these internet of things devices acid technician and and I could get the information that's on that and then they could potentially be get fed back to central plan which actually have Panasonic. I believe. Samsung has created the smart cities where you can feed these things back and they'll know exactly how much water energy. How much use toaster dishwasher? Whatever it is they'll be able to use it even with the new fridge? darcom out you know exactly what you eating all your eating some Bad Won't be red meat. You don't that's bad very bad for the world climate change. So that's what it's coming down to her. And all these smart meters. I remember. That was a big deal. And it's still you know concerns people about different things but it was more than just your power consumption or being able to transmit you know your bills so they don't have to come up and read the meter all the stuff they're talking about. It could tell what devices were on and win and how much it had a lot more information than just how much your power usage was. It was what was using a power and win. And how and then in California when we need to save and turn off and Kinda and Brown out and your air conditioning work because we say Mas- tied into collective of you're not allowed and I'm going. This is not a free society that is not there. Give me more options. Not There to free me. It's not there serve me. It's not fair to survey on me and control me and it sure as hell and by their own admission to influence you for your own good because we live you. I'm and this is. This is bad news all around. I don't mind the technology it's the mandate. It's that you know what I have to go. Hey well I don't Wanna I used at all. Yeah you are and you're getting your kids a shot. I mean it's just mentality so I'm I'm thinking are we breaking away from them. What we talked about with Bruce Who's Raven coin in the previous hour this infrastructure of other options in digital communication that we can do and be separate from and they can suck it? I don't see the man going God that freedom. They're slipping through our fingers. The more a tighter our fist around the star sisters Damore that leak through the finger kind of thing. No they're not you're not allowed. So where's the force in this when you're giving your presentation you're going. Hey man they're gonna make you how well they're gonNA make you what they're I'm trying to do is just put you into cities that's easiest way to control anybody when you have them in you know certain of that city. It's a lot easier to control them back. In the old Lazio during the Great Depression Ninety percent of people in the countryside there were self sufficient and all this stuff but now almost ninety percent lives in the city's so it's a lot easier to control. Control them you know went in closer proximity than you'll have them everywhere from The world and that's what it's come down to his. You know the the ease and that's why you have agendas agenda. Twenty thirty oldest pushed densify cities and put them in a little tiny little person and apartments where controlled with all these things that could watch every single little aspect of their moves or whatever they do that is so counter to what America is about hold opposite total opposite. This is an aide. Do it they're doing it to and the push back is what just a few of US pirates currently. That's what what it is but I I believe that you know the more people talk about the actually. I have more more people ask him. 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Keynote speakers will touch on how to make small farms successful and also revitalizing the coastal food culture for northwestern tribes. I'm Mike Clifford. Thanks for wrapping up your week. With public used service we are member analysts are supported and online at public news service DOT. Org The yeah the the Fran Yeah Kubota and it's Air NECA votto and one of them back arm because he's actually started up something in the last few months I think That is kind of catching on. And it's really cool and it's actually super important because of all the censorship going on on things like facebook and Youtube and pretty much everything twitter instagram and stuff like that. It's definitely it's almost impossible to get like any kind of message. But the the government message out the the mainstream media message and all that kind of stuff so he started up something and and I don't know a ton of butter but I am on it But I don't know all the details of it. That's actually why I wanted to have monks. I wanted to find out exactly what it is and All the details sales of it and we should all be trying to get on these sort of platforms. I've been saying for a while that first video stuff try to get on blockchain based platforms and things like that because really we're already seeing people like Dan. Dick Suppress for truth. He's pretty much banned everywhere now Had all he does is talk about true stuff lucrative skis demonetized everywhere And I sat oban even this program enter CAST I. I'm pretty shocked to see how low the views are on Youtube lately. It's very clear that something someone hit had a switch somewhere because and actually I think I know what it was. I interviewed David Ike a few months ago and then all of a sudden our views went way down afterwards. No one seeing our videos and and and so it's important to get on other platforms because they're definitely don't want anyone to know what we're talking about and so I'm really happy that Kingsley started wonders. There's a whole bunch of other ones as well. There's I can't even remember the names of them. There's a ton of other ones I had on MINDS DOT com a year or two ago. He spoke in our Caputo. I think last year are I can't even remember but it's important to get off off of those those things like FBI book you know basically a a operation and so is Youtube and they're shutting down so we should get off and go onto other platforms so Kingsley. On and He's he's been on before said I don't have to ask him how he became an anarchist. So so let's get right into a float Kingsley. When did you start it? And what exactly was the idea behind officially restarted it in February of this year are and kind of the same thing we've been seeing kyle. What's what's going on social media with we've been we've been becoming friends with people like you yourself and Josh from Lamb and Dan from press for Truth and and just seeing all these people getting affected by some some sort of strange things that are happening with the algorithms for with all these major major platforms and even myself Last last year I noticed on facebook. I put like one kind of like negative comment about facebook. Then all of a sudden I realize that might have to starts going crazy buggy it it stops working. Basically I keep on installing reinstalling rolling. And nothing's working fast. Board media just got a couple of days a week later and I see somebody will probably bear toss where they talked to. I think he was like a facebook engineer or something and they released like these lines the codes that basically said that they started kind of messing with people wasn't it wasn't as shadow banning branding or banning or that they release this code where they can. They can basically make your APP on useable so kind of just another weird form of censorship where you know if they don't like you vote they won't they won't even mess with the Algorithm. Whatever they're just GonNa make your APP unusable so it's really it's really bizarre and just kind of strange to see? That's I think a lot of us. We all saw this coming eventually. So you know maybe maybe it's there is. There is obviously a lot of four warnings the last decade really. But but now that we're actually here. It's actually affecting us in real time and you see people like yourself. I think you just got out on facebook jailers. Five or something stupid. It's it's just a lot of people right now. Yeah it's definitely as I just want to mention if you do like this program because we've been around for like eight years we've done almost I five hundred interviews if you do like it and you may have noticed. You're not seeing on youtube or on other stuff like that. I think we're on some other platforms bit shoot. I believe we're on but if you're still on youtube and you're not seeing our videos. Go to our website anarchists DOT COM. and putting your email and every time we put out a video will send you an email. He can at least know that we put out a video. Because it's it's very noticeable the drop in views since David icon and I. I saw someone else mentioned that as well. I think it was Josh of WAM said that after he did a video interview with David Dyke all of a sudden his viewpoints went way down. I know all of us including lucrative ski is subscriber. Count a Youtube has has basically been going down constantly even though he's putting out amazing content And it's just like they're just doing everything they can to kind of wipe us off of all of those things so it's incredibly important to basically get off of those sites in my opinion and get onto other ones and the biggest problem. I found Kingsley with Some of the other ones as well. They weren't as good as facebook. FACEBOOK's multibillion dollar organization. They've got massive amount of technology technological. People it definitely works as well. The the The sites and the APP and things like that. Unless you're you're they shut down you're out and And I just noticed a lot of other ones that came. They just didn't have anywhere near you're the functionality. And and because of that I was like I don't know if I really WanNa make this my main sort of social media. It's can't do a lot of things I want to do. And and then I saw you did float and I got on a couple of months ago and it does a lot of things I was very impressed at It's it's got a lot of functionality and I just I heard the just launched an APP for your phone so that's great. That's sort of like the For me personally the. I don't post everything on float because a lot of times I'm posting suffer my phone own and you didn't have enough before and I'm not going to go into a web browser on my app it's just too much of a pain in the butt So now that you have the will definitely be posting more and just so people know if You want to go check it out even right now while we're doing this interview You can just go to my floats page. which is just float? That's F. L. O.. T. E. DOT AP APP HAP- Slash J Berwick and definitely add me on there so so you decided to start its Earlier this year based on what you're seeing and what is sort of the the concept behind and what makes float different than other sites any even including sites like facebook like why should people go on float so yeah so I just kind of being in the boxing in industry for since two thousand thirteen and again kind of seeing the trends of what was happening with censorship. And you know just seeing how now like you can just talking about free speech each can be seen as like controversial or tall bright or whatever zero terrorist. Yeah yeah so just like what's really going on right now you know. We're we're all adults here and then going through facebook and twitter and it's like Oh you know it's like I wanna see we use oxygen. We WanNa see we WANNA see. We don't and we don't need twitter facebook youtube showing us. You know if you want you that way where you can kind of like they opt you into the algorithm and then you can kind of you know choosing your preferences to see Khurana logical but now Now they just they just basically if they don't they don't have that option or so. You like with twitter. For instance they may have just changes recently where they would opulence algorithm and then you would opt out and they just react to you in the next day is so strange. Like I'm using this for for my what I want to see. The you know the people that I want to follow so can I just see that how I want to see it so I also tried to. I tried to go out a lot of these decentralised platforms last year when I was starting to notice or actually she was when my facebook I started messing up and they just weren't basement there that it was too too technical for for normies. Even sometimes you've for myself yourself or or the good or like you said like they just didn't have the pictures that that we all kind of no in love on the on the major platforms so that was kind of the real. The the big kind of you know where we wanted to be as you know. We don't want to be fully decentralized if there's these particular types of features that they don't necessarily need to be decentralized and we just wanted to create a really clean and friendly the user interface and how a lot of the features that people are you know that people use and that are popular platforms available to to our raisers then. We're really just focused on giving people a clean experience to communicate with others and then we also have The crypto side to built in there as well so we have some interesting features already where you can send super chats for people that are live streaming on their platform form. We don't take a fee on like YouTube. We have Patria on model kind of membership subscription in tears features offers that are there are platforms to to Patriae on again. We don't take these. Were really trying to step out of the way of becoming a middle man. Would it be becomes people funding each other. You know with with crypto pain transactions. So yeah like you said. We wanted to launch kind of more more a little bit more feature rich than maybe some of these these other apps that are already out there and we still have a long way to go. And that's that's what we're really. We're really putting kind. I putting ourselves as as it has a facebook alternative and you know. Hey we're not. We're not looking to take over facebook but we kind of shooting themselves in the foot. We're just I want to provide an alternative that hey we respect our users. Respect their their privacy In charge large fees when it comes to transactions that what happened on our platform and hey our messaging is encrypted. So even if we wanted to read your your your messages back and forth between you and your attacks on flow. We can't we couldn't and we don't we don't want to so So yeah just you know. Just just an alternative. Hey let's provide an alternate for people use and and you know I think a lot of people. Six percent of people are users on facebook. Do you not trust facebook so we want to. You know we we feel. There's a big opportunity here. Take advantage of a lot of people are looking for another place to post their content. Interact with others absolutely. I'm just scrolling through my homepage. Hey John Float dot operate now and person that comes up as police. The police the second thing that comes up is the free thought project. And if you guys don't know free thought project that's Jason Bazalar and a bunch of other great. The people put an amazing content and they They were definitely targeted by facebook Say they just wipe their page. I think they had like millions and millions of followers and it one day they just went and it was just gone There's no way to get it back on that. They even tried to put up a new one they just wiped it again and all they're doing is putting out like real information a lot all of this stuff even like the police. The police has just like. Hey here's another cop who just raped again. You know Like the this stuff people should know about but obviously they don't want anyone anyone knowing about any of this stuff so a lot of the I guess you would say anarchists a lot of the people putting real information Like Josh Oh Wham Wham and the Dan Dix. I don't know if Danzon here I haven't seen him. Maybe he is. Yes and I'm just growing and it's actually it's all people I know that are on my the homepage which is great. I don't see this on facebook as much Amanda Rockwood's just came up the philosopher All these people have been on ener cast So a lot of the anarchists enterococcus Seem to already be gravitating over to it and I think it's four a lot of the reasons we just talked about are people just aren't seeing the content. They want to see on facebook and are getting tired of of just getting a lot of contact they just don't even WanNa see and so that's actually one of the sort of issues right Kinsley salie that we kind of worry about a little bit is if all of us anarchist just go to one social media site and no other non anarchist go. Then we're not really because all of us want to try hideaway people up and let you know wake them up in the brainwashing. Let them know that they own themselves. And if we're just an echo chamber that kind of sucks What what? What's your thoughts on that? Is this this mostly just anarchists. So far are you getting this out other people as well. Yeah Yeah I will admit that especially in. The beginning was mostly crypto people. A lot of anarchists Marcus Libertarians. It's still the you know. The majority of people still is but but really I mean we're going we're really focused on knock creating an echo the chamber so we're going to be releasing featured call boards which is similar to like a subway or facebook groups of people can you know even if you are an anarchist you. Maybe you're like myself south where you're Vegan too so you can start a Vegan section or other fitness or whatever. It is types of things so kind of more you know Focus groups groups Things that talk to talk about that may not be politically motivated. There's there's a host of other features that we're going to be UH launching as well including even just tailoring towards critic communities now. People in Crypto are necessarily crypto anarchist. In our case or libertarian. So I think if we if we care to a lot of those those communities out there that's another way that we can bring in some different voices and help help you bring on some some different discussions but yeah like I said that is that is something that we're well aware of now. Something that we noticed and we were going to the testing out different platforms and APPS that were out there right now so we have some some tricks Zoe. Things surrogate put us ahead of the others and help help bring on other other groups of people onto flow. That's great and one little tricks that I've been doing lately And hopefully a lot of other people start doing it as well is. I'm still on facebook. I'm GonNa stay on facebook until the kick me off because I can still reach less unless every day but I can still reach people that I want to reach on there. And that's the whole goal of pretty much. Everything I'm doing is trying to get this information out there so I'm GonNa stay on facebook and post stuff on there. Even if I don't even use it anymore I might just go. You know hopefully flow continues to grow and hopefully I get all the stuff. I want on flow which is actually almost getting close to being there already which is awesome. And then I'll probably just not even go on facebook much but I will just go and post my new video or my new whatever and hopefully that can help get it Out To to more people and that sort of thing but one thing. I've been doing that maybe other people can do as well is when I post on facebook I also posts on float and then On float wh when you have a comment or post you just click on it and you actually get a U R L for the comment or post and just post that rate under my facebook posts so every every time. I am not every time but quite often. When I post you'll see rape on facebook you'll see rape below a link to my float comment and I'm hoping what people do is they? Click on kgo flowed. I didn't even. Yeah no but this and they get on there and over time more and more people get on there and we can all sort of a fake faith. Phase fade away from things like facebook and stuff like that. So that's one of the things I've been doing but I see a lot of people have really been going on it. which is Great? And I know you have a I don't know how techie you are but you did start a company or a a thing called coin before I think you ha- I had you on anarchist like years ago on that and And and you've started other things as well and now you started this. Oh actually one of my questions is like. How hard is it to settle this? This looks like pretty complicated of a team of people How are are you funding doing this and also how is float going to You know Be Able to find itself. There must be quite a few expenses for like servers and stuff like that so What sort of like the business model? Yeah so we so we actually went through boost. VC which is one of the startup accelerators. That's Focus Zahn cryptocurrency earlier this year. And and so you know we we brought in a couple of angel investors we are in the middle of raising our seed round right now so we've got some more investors that were excited about S- and eventually we have actually we arguing introduced a An ad model and also an ad free model so people can pay for monthly subscription on floats to receive that experience or we will have ads in. But we're the thing about our ads is we're kind of going the duck duck. Go where we're not creating this huge profile of all our people and and trying to spy every single going into your public life. We're just not gonNA listen to every single thing I say in my house through my phone weird like where you you can just kind of the average person's like this is. This is something not right here. I don't think I don't think you have to be an anarchist. Or crypto. Libertarian Libertarian person or never snowed in type rebates. It'd be like wait a second this is this is some issue. I mean every day I can come up almost with an example Having your phone away from you and you know eventually you'll see that ad five minutes later hour later. Oh Man Yeah that happened to me just recently. I can't remember exactly what it was but I was like in a restaurant. I was eating by myself or something and had my phone on the table and the guy was side me. I could hear what they're talking about. And it was some like random thing that I would never talk about Lake snowshoeing or something and I heard them say it a few times. I'm like yeah whatever I'm just on my phone eating dinner. Whatever and five minutes later I get an ad ad for like snowshoes on Ya you know some people go? That's like invasion of privacy or whatever and I have to actually actually Kinda like Devil's advocate a little bit. You do kind of agree to that when you sign up with facebook And people probably aren't aware of it but you actually. We are kind of agreeing to and I always say when when it comes to privacy in a world today with governments that are massive extortion rackets Privacy is incredibly important. But I always say this is well I say if we had governments and we had just a bunch of businesses all over the world and the worst thing that ever happened is they kind of like. See what you're doing and give you the best ads that makes the best sense that you might want this product. That wouldn't be too terrible but when you realize facebook is a part essentially of the CIA and FBI and the US government and the NSA and they're listening to every single thing you say that's pretty Scary yeah yeah absolutely. You know it's again going back to anarchy. It's all about voluntary agreements. The thing is a lot of a lot of the way that they ate eight. Sneak these types of these agreements. Didn't have you sign them You know definitely questionable and also. There is a lot of things that you know we don't opt in to do. There is like for instance a lot of these data breaches and things like this. So it's just it's getting to a point right now where hey you know. I feel like it's a lot of people do not trust facebook or the other applications. They're messing with the rooms. Where like I said I think they're? They're really starting to shoot themselves in the foot. A lot of people that have built up all these communities over the past years like Dan Dick's and and free thought project which I think Catholic will three point one million you know likes or followers on facebook. There are starting to get their starting to either see the losing. They're losing money neither getting less engaged medicine that when you go on Youtube and he searched for current events you know I don't follow it in the mainstream channels on Youtube yet. It's the only one that the only oh channels that they feed me so you know like we just WanNa offer an alternative where people engage with others you can you. You can send payments for free. We'll have some ads eventually. And we're looking into interesting ways where we can share a percentage of those odds with with content creators or or people on the site That are actively You know creating value and helping us grow our unity and and in. That's almost like a bit of a steam. It model a little bit there where the people posting connects and you know they get a lot of You know you're posting a lot like free top project and let's say they get like a million people looking at their stuff. Every month they would actually get a piece of the advertising revenue for that which I think is awesome so so I'm actually a little bit surprised steam. It hasn't grown Bigger than it has especially back in a couple of years ago like like you can go on there and make five ten twenty dollars a day posting stuff on steam. Ed and it still didn't fully catch on. I think part of it was the functionality wasn't that great And I'm not sure what the other part of it was just marketing and stuff like that. I just didn't serve people just didn't I didn't know about it still around people wondering but they also haven't really improved proved The site hardly ever. I think it's still in Beta So but that is A. It's an interesting model interesting concept for sure to To allow the the posters to get some of the advertising which is sort of like youtube model and but facebook doesn't do anything like that So the you know you could definitely have an advantage over them if it catches on. Yeah I think I think was one of the big things in regards esteem. Is that it just steam. It is was never user friendly now fast forward years later. It's still I think works you one of the first ones to make steam it pretty big as far as like one big posted a ten thousand dollars a while I was Had A few people tell me about it and they said just go on steam it and posts on there and like what steam it. And they're like it's part part of the steam blockchain. I'm like what's the steam block and even know about it and I was actually just going out and right before I did and they kept badgering. You said you should have. You said I'm like okay. I'll go there and it says I post something about yourself as a welcome message and I just copied and pasted my bio and. I said Hi. I'm on steam and I hit enter and I left for a couple of hours. He's come back and I look fifteen thousand dollars The yeah it's definitely changed now. I still post on steam actually. All the dollar vigilantes contact we post I on steam because I wanted to support steam and just like I want to support float. I WANNA support anything. That is not like these big CIA operations and were free and free minded and stuff like that. And I do still post all delridge logic content. I on steam even before we put on our website which really hurts our traffic to our website website in the Google rankings. And all that kind of stuff but I. I don't care that much water sports team but now our post get about two five dollars proposed which is still you know for you know if if you lived in Africa or something. That'd be okay. I'm not doing it for the money but I'm doing it because I want to support these sort of alternative options for people. Yeah I I think needs I think support right now for everyone to just kind of checking checkouts. kind of what's out there Get a feel for what they like and maybe even myself. I'm on on facebook. I usually I use it most to promote what I'm doing I float but but it's it's important. I mean you know every every time you open it. Up where every kind of click you make or every minute that you're Viana facebook your general. You're helping generate money for them versus maybe an alternative where you know. Maybe it's it's not it doesn't have all the features like yet but hey you know sign up creating accounts set up your profile Elsa whose on there and I bet especially with with with flo right. Now we've already seen a lot of content creators that I've come on and they've they've experienced really get engagement especially when made promoted to their to their community. Because now you have people like Josh from WAM. Who when he goes on facebook I think at least tens of thousands of people that follow him his engagement? It is so low because they show ban him so he's very surprised when he goes on PLO. Much we don't have two billion people on there but but his engagement is actually much higher because people are actually seeing what is posting. So I think it's time to even look at you are building a community elsewhere to maybe consider building them or if you're building community on one of the major platforms you know. It's probably smart especially if you're involved with anything even slightly controversial a lot of even non-controversial title stuff is getting tagged. Andy Monetize showman but but you know upon alternative platforms and test engagement and I think over the next year or two. You know there. There's probably GONNA be a lot of US including yourself chef. who only be a lot posting on on on facebook facebook? So at least you'll you'll have your backup ready in your community. You will already be there now. Yeah that's a good point. I'm actually surprised. I'm still on Youtube and facebook book. I I am very surprised I am. There's GonNa definitely you could just see it happening You just see people just getting totally banned. I haven't so many friends who just aren't even allowed on facebook anymore. free dot project and all that And you can just see it ramping up and this is not going to stop And there's GonNa come time where a lot of us who are speaking out about free ideas. It's free markets. All these kind of these crazy ideas are just. There's going to wipe us right off and if you don't have at least another something else going you're going to be cut off from from from your normal sort of Audience or your normal Year ability to contact people and stuff like that and actually I want to throw this in there too. Every time I've been put in Facebook Jail L. a. a few times and I use facebook messenger sometimes to contact people so just like I use telegram or signal. I got so many. I'm just looking at the mall. Wire what's up I don't use skype hardly anymore. That's like the worst of the mall. I just garbage but what I've really noticed is when when I'm in Facebook Gel which so many of us are right and none of us are doing anything heinous crazy. We're just posting something that the state or the system doesn't like and When you get banned our facebook jail you can't message anymore so I I'm a business person? I do a lot of you know so I'm messing people. Hey have a meeting here and it'd be on facebook big message for like if I get kicked off for a week for week. I can't even contact those people. So this is something that everyone should be aware of Getting off at least having alternative options. So if and when and I think it's when you are kicked off a you still have the ability to communicate with the people you wanNA communicate with so don't leave it to the last minute in fact everyone right now watching this just to float dot APP. Sign up and try to get into the habit just like me of when you post on facebook post on flow and lake Kingsley said you might be surprised especially if you're an anarchist because there's so many L. Ionica seem to have gone over to flow. You might see more responses from your comments on float than on facebook because because most people on facebook just aren't even seeing them so definitely recommend people get over there. I actually wanted to get a little bit until you have an interesting story about CBD Oil and your grandfather. I'm further I also want to get into a little bit crypto stuff But is there anything that we didn't touch on with floats that you wanted to make sure people knew about. I think we cover overall. I mean just yeah. We're we like you said a a really exciting growing community. Were having having a lot of your people joint might as well and a lot of them already on there but but I think I think people will be really surprised by all the features that we already have. You know. We're still polling data across the board but but we have a lot of teachers that we're GONNA be building out this month in months after so so yeah so I just connect away already says joint flowed fellows he got up and gave us Apollo especially Jack Jaber work. I think promoting YEP and so we were just Arkadelphia which is another spin off of America. POCO and I should mentioned. That's both you. I believe you and Aaron be speaking at Crypto Polka. Didn't we discuss that. I'm not sure okay. I couldn't remember exactly what happened there. But yeah you're definitely speaks that's awesome Coming Up February thirteenth to sixteenth. And of course you guys have an Article Vegas which I want to ask you if you're planning on doing it again. I pretty sure you are because it was quite a success and then we were at Arkadelphia and You had interesting story but your grandfather and ran into Clyde the Carl who's also been on anarchist is does amazing how stuff and he also has been an archipelago and stuff like that. So Just two questions in one You planning to Vegas again next year. And secondly tells the story about your grandfather and how he was healed with this Can Cannabis oil. I believe yeah so we are doing Erica. Abeyance we're also doing now crypto. Vegas still it'll be a group Vegas will be on July eighteenth. I believe anti-big Arko Vegas will be the day after July nineteenth. We just we just got our opinion. We just signed the contract. Hopefully nothing strange happens happens again like that occurred last year. But we're real excited about it. You can get you can get tickets now for inaccurate Vegas. I don't think to Vegas savell. But it'd be good to enter co- BIGGESS DOT com our looking forward to it onto my my grandfather justice discreet crazy story so he he had. I'm not sure there's a way we were. We can show some images here but he had a really. He started getting a really bad on skin. Cancer you're just patches basically looks spaces falling off just really sad. He's how old is he now. He's he's over eighty years old now and and so you know obviously this is. This is on my mother's side and my mom was getting really worried about the kind of seeing this kind kind of like seems like a kind of sprung up from nowhere and luckily enough he he was he was about to go into surgery. And he decided to test out out Rick Simpson oil are and within within basically less than a month already seeing results by just applying it topically topically and within within two months. I want to say we're getting more of the documents now so that we can show people just how powerful this medicine is He was he was fully cured inside and out. And you can see this in these photos. I posted on facebook and flowed. And if and people don't believe me because of how just just incredible like the healing powers of this stuff is and so you know crazy crazy story. A lot of people are reach out to me. Since you know my my my grandfather has issues or my sister this Abaza suicide to see that. All these people that cannabis could you know helped throughout these decades of it being illegal almost almost what essentially maybe and now how finally were somewhat able to interact with this stuff without the threat of violence being shoved on our base. But but it's a story that we want to share with people because it's it's I think it's so important that if you've always around research and look into this because you know if you or a a loved one are suffering you know potentially really help you. Yeah and I'm glad you brought it up because Rick Simpson's been on ener cast and I totally he didn't think too I haven't talked in a while and I didn't invite him to the health and wellness portion of an archipelago. So I'd definitely do that. We haven't announced any the health and wellness speakers yet. It's going to be dozens winston dozens like I think over fifty of some of the top Natural Health people in the world and a lot of them are doing stuff. Like what you're talking about with your grandfather just stuff that really works as as opposed to what the doctors give you basically just kills you for the most part and that's on purpose and we haven't noticed any of the cryptococcal speakers should be in the next few days so there's a little inside tip Kingsley. Will be one of the CRYPTO POCO speakers and we've started to now some of the inaugural mainstay speakers. Check it out in Arctic POLKA DOT COM. You can still. I don't know when this is going to go live with. Might be too late for the early bird tickets you you can still get tickets. We're expecting to sell out. Hopefully Three Thousand People February thirteenth sixteenth in Acapulco Mexico and Kingsley. Is there anything else you want to mention before we finish up now. I look forward to seeing you. And everybody else Coco. It's always a great time. Yeah so we'll look for just a few months away now time flies and and So we'll leave it there if you'd like to see any. 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Woo has reassumed the head of Vitmain Dipped seventy has come to the Bachelor Doc. Wallet The November fifteenth upgrade for Bitcoin. Cash is less than two weeks away and some exciting news out of Australia. So first and foremost here Crypto Phil. Sap Exchange's enabled Fiat payments for their change so crypto fills users can now purchase. Sob Tokens using five via credit cards. Debit cards and apple pay. This script filled the first Fiat on ramp for Bitcoin cash. So P tokens the functionality was added in collaboration with the payment processor Sir called moon pay users now can access spice and the stable coin honest coin which is like tether but on bitcoin cash pegged one to one of the US dollar with Fiat. Theo Pinson so even apple pay right. That's a pretty big deal. bitcoin cash and the drop token will be available for purchase with Fiat in the near future. That drop token is pretty amazing for people that I don't know Crypto Phil Exchange. They take a tiny trade feet forever. Yeah so traded happen. But then what they're doing is they're paying out those trade fees a portion of them as dividends to all all the holders of their drop token for the trip of exchange. So I if more people are trading you know spice token then you get more and more people are trading USD. Honest coin. You you get more. Those dividends if more people are trading bitcoin cash. You'll get more bitcoin cash so it's a really cool idea. I'm really glad to see the trip to fill guys working on it. So if you haven't checked it out already Check it out yourself. Had I haven't gotten around to it yet but I was actually planning to buy some of the drop tokens myself. Because I think that's such a neat idea. Another fun thing. That's going on the coin next chain right so clinics is one of the very first or maybe be first exchange. Have Bitcoin cash is the base pair. He been great big a giant bitcoin cash supporters for a long time They have launched their clinic chain. BITCOIN DOT COM is going to run one of the valid votes participate on that which will support their. They're decentralized exchange right a dextra short so unlike traditional custodial exchange just like we have an exchange DOT BITCOIN DOT com. You don't need to trust the decks to keep your asset secure are the platform will also allow for non-custodial issuing and trading of Tokens and aims to leverage its features to give users the power issue peg tokens and digitize assets. You can take your token to whatever alison trained on this decentralized platform. Pretty darn cool stuff. I'm really impressed with the guys at Kleenex. And that's why we're going to be running a valid or not for their clinics chain chain. So I'll keep an eye on that in the future Another fun thing The Chinese president plans to accelerate development of blockchain technology Chinese President Xi Jinping thing Recently shared his plans to accelerate the development of blockchain technology in China. The speech was followed by the news that the country's central bank is preparing to launch its own digital currency similar to Lebron while the US is busy pushing innovation away. One thing the Chinese government is doing right is You know encouraging this sort of innovation. So Uh cryptography law and facilitating the development of the cryptography businesses ensuring the security of cyberspace. Information is also the past recently in China and we'll take fest Effect on January first twenty twenty so little bit parochial. Commentary there if you want people to be allowed to do something you don't need a law you just need to like get out of their way and leave them alone so like you hear about people talking about Nafta Free Trade Agreement. It's like twenty thousand pages. You don't you don't even one page for a free trade agreement you just get out of the way and let people trade eight in the same cryptographic tools you want people to be able to use them. Just get out of the way and leave them alone Salah speaking getting out of the way and leaving people low bid wages making it really really easy for people not just working at Bitcoin dot com or or some cryptocurrency company but for anybody to get paid in Bitcoin cash. So if you're working at a company that's in the US the United Kingdom or the you. You can now get paid in Bitcoin. Cash if you're working at any company so bit wage has recently launched. BITCOIN cash payrolls allowing Americans Europeans and British companies to pay their employees wages fully or partially in Bitcoin cash. So your employer won't even necessarily know that he's paying you in Bitcoin. Cash the way it works says they provide you with a specific bank account number. You tell the payroll processor. Okay so my direct deposit to this address and then boom any money that gets into that address for your paycheck each week. They automatically converted into bitcoin cash into the BITCOIN. Cash address of your choice so employees and freelancers just set whatever percentage. They want to be converted of their monthly wages and boom. It'll get converted right there to bitcoin cash for them so the bit wage CEO. Jonathan Chester said bit wages. Making it easier for workers around the world to accumulate their favor ever cryptocurrency two passive dollar cost averaging because every pay cycle you can get more. Bitcoin cash bit wage reportedly already serves over. Thirty thousand people including workers of Google facebook Uber Airbnb American Express g comcast and many many more now. Some people had bitcoin dot com as well so really fun. You see that if you haven't checked it out already go and check it out it wage dot com and you can start getting paid in bitcoin cash right now today regardless of where you're working currently so really cool. I'm glad to see bitcoin cash coming to that ecosystem So another piece of news. That either by 'cause coincidence Instantly coincided with the the recent run-up of the price of bitcoin cash this week Jeon Woo has reassumed the head of bit main cryptocurrency mining giant vitmain. Is You being led again at the executive level by co-founder Jihan. Woo Woo has dismissed. fell his fellow co founder. Micron microbes on kept to on. And I'm sure I didn't pronounce that very well. Sorry micro and will reassume his role as bit main head of leadership. The news comes. After the recent announcement of beans new mining learning facility in Rockdale Texas poised to become the largest mining facility in the entire world. So that's really exciting stuff. Another thing that happened this week week. I'm really excited about. Is that seventy support for Badger. Wallet is now lives. If you have badger wallet you can now use bip seventy. You're probably thinking what is bip seven. Well here's my badger wallet and we'll see here in my badger wild. I have a whole bunch of different tokens here. So you can see this. And that. And all these tokens what I can now do using the dividend in payment tool over tools. Not BITCOIN DOT com. I can distribute any of my tokens. Here I want a baby. Badger Tokens Deli cash in Moscow cash and mark token and Neil one token and on and on and on I have I have eight billion. PT Pete Coins Coins Anyhow Spice Tokens I have all this and that I can now do them as didn't payments to the other token holder using the amazing tool over at tools dot bitcoin dot com. Just like that. Anybody can now all use the tool to pay dividends in tokens to other token holders. Right there from your badge wall. It's really amazing. I was doing it the other day. really really a big deal so head on Over to tools DOT BITCOIN DOT COM to see the dividend payment tool that we built over there. Of course another fun thing. Here is the November fifteenth upgrade for Bitcoin. Cash is less than two weeks away. So if you're running a full note for Bitcoin cash make sure you have an updated for the forthcoming update. That will make everything work even better and even more awesome on bitcoin cash so really big deal and then the final piece of news that I think is actually the most fun one so I saved it for the very very last is that bitcoin cash outspent bitcoin core by a staggering. Forty eight to one and recorded more than twenty times. Its many transactions in Australia. Last month is every other crypto currency. They're like really really really amazing. There you can over to Bitcoin DOT com. Treat all about it. We'll put a link in the description. There really great job by those guys down there and Australia. I think about bitcoin cash out spit bitcoin core by forty eight to one in Australia last month and outspent every other crypto currency and physical locations by several times. So it's really really catching on down there and most to them or using. Is the BITCOIN cash rig. 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He's organizing philanthropy he's trying to Mary Philanthropy and social media and doing some incredible things and Sherry Sherry was the recipient of ten thousand dollars from bill and Sherry is a formerly incarcerated individual. And this helped immensely. We're GONNA get into those details hopefully at some point I could still connect with With bill a bill is a multimillionaire. And I I heard of him from Scott Adams Scott was talking about bills work. Bill founded an organization called the Blade Authority which went into communities. Mutinies I think mostly in In Detroit Michigan and cleaned out You know dilapidated housing just eyesores things that were dangers offers to To the community and he put the system together that gained really national prominence using high tech sort of mass production techniques to clear out to do these these housing demolition. So we're local stuff and now he's doing the twitter thing The bill pulled say twitter lottery. I call it McBride. If you guys to hear Sheri's angle on this whole thing it's a really really cool story so let's jump into it right now. My Guest Today on felony Friday is Sherry Miller Sherry Miller I. I heard of her. She was one of Bill. Pulse Koltai's twitter lottery winners she Entered I don't know if everyone out there listening to this but but bill is a philanthropist. I and he has been giving away Ten thousand five thousand five hundred dollars on twitter district people simply re tweeting. What he sends out and Sherry Mary was able to hit the lottery there and one essentially a ten thousand dollars from bill and the reason I wanted to bring aren't felony? Friday is Sherry is someone who recently was released from prison in July of two thousand eighteen on charges related to meth possession and trafficking. The case was in May twenty fourteen while imprisoned Cherry was able to go through addictions and trauma Emma Rehabilitation Programs. And she's been able to get clean and obviously with his ten thousand dollars. which will talk about? It's been able to help her out as well so sherry. We welcome to felony Friday before we get into talking about everything with with your case and your experience You know in prison and everything that you went through everything that you faced. I'd like to start out before that you know before you got tangled it up in a meth addiction before you face charges and spent those four years in prison or air four and a half four four and a half so prior to that you know you can go back as far as you want to share a little bit about what your life was like. What part of the country did you grow up in the things like that okay? I grew up in a very small rural area in Indiana a little town called room city. See that's where I was. Basically grew up Population of about twelve hundred people I was born to My mother was had been traumatized at the age of sixteen when she accidentally ran over her her baby brother and killed him shortly after that. My my parents Matt and Started having kids and so my mom she never really healed from that So my my you know that was kind of like what what I was. Born into. A lot of Depression a lot of Gil will a lot of things you know. Just just a lot of pain on my moms and My Dad was very strict and What I consider to be abusive US Kids were very afraid of our dad growing up. Mom spent a Lotta time Just trying to heal from from her trauma I at a young age I was molested by a family member. ages of forty six and When I was thirteen my main my main trauma is when I was thirteen My aunt who my who's my mom's sister was always Kinda my savior. She always would come and get me and get me out of the house She did that for years. I love my aunt dearly When I was thirteen years old she picked me up after school on Friday All weekend long she went from family member to friend to whoever she could get to listen to her and telling and everyone she knew her husband was going to kill her. I spent the entire weekend with her. She dropped me off on Sunday night. I was convinced he was going to kill her by then nobody else listen to her and ultimately he did kill her the next day so without being my my my main trauma I took on the survivor bill. I felt guilty that I didn't help her I was angry that nobody else helped her. You know EV- everybody thought he wouldn't do it but he did. So I took on all that Gil I spent from that point on. I spent so much time at the cemetery her grave. It was just crazy So I'm thirteen years old. And at that point I started using Marijuana and drinking and I I would i. Would you. Like speeders like They Call Them like many thins and black mollies and things like that that I like to be high. I like I like the speed. I like the way it made me feel But anyway I went on and I got got married right out of school and started having my kids and I didn't do drugs with at that point I given up the marijuana I WANNA and I got pregnant for my first child and I rarely drank but I married an alcoholic and a drug addict so And I I basically got married at a young age just to get out of the House to get away from my dad. I was very afraid of my father. So I got married. Young had my kid marriage was bad at age. Twenty six I end up divorced and Basically clearly you know. Raise my kids by myself When I was twenty eight just two years after my divorce I was introduced the mess and the first time I did math? It was like wow this is it gave me the self esteem I never had. It gave me that inflated sense of who I was okay And that I I really need it because my self esteem was so low so anyways For the next nineteen years I would use math on a daily basis I did try to quit a few times james throughout the years more so my my mom and and my family than myself but I just I really couldn't lay it down I was I I just liked the way. It made me feel so a couple of years before my arrest. I got hooked up with With large quantities of ice and I thought I was dealing Quite a bit and I ended up getting caught with a large amount and Was that to support your habit or was that to make money. Yeah it was. It was more to support my habit than anything but the money was nice to I I really at that point I you know if I you can go back the minute I mean I. I had time in my life when I was very successful. but I was a hair stylist. I had awesome clientele any tell I had an awesome salon. End Up losing that to yours in my addiction And then I did other things that I made really good money at but I would always like choose. Our priorities would get messed up. I would choose the drug over my career or whatever I I would spiral and lose it all. So when they got hooked up with the with the large quantities You know one of them moments where you know what all all all these years. I've been doing drugs and somebody else had the had had the large amount and I never did you know and I would get ripped off. And and ah just felt good to be the one to have Give me a another inflated sense of of self you know So Oh I mean all of a sudden everybody wanted to be my friend. Okay so when you grow up and you don't really haven't really learn how to make friends and all of a sudden you're popular. It just seemed like the right thing to do So anyways I ended up getting busted and I went includes I ended up going to federal prison. So just to backtrack for for for minute here. Now when you did start celine I mean did you were you thinking in the back of your mind. You know. I'm I'm taking a risk here. I could end up in prison. was that was something that was was. You were contemplating absolutely It's something I wouldn't have done when my kids were younger. When my kids were home I would? I never took that big of a risk with Etan and I was just a user I I mean every now and then with Bil- a a a a larger quantity that sell a little bit so I can have mine without you know without have money invested in it. I would do that on occasion but not very often because I was raising my kids by myself so it was. After they were raised. My the youngest son went to Afghanistan. he was in the army and my ness became empty that I started taking bigger bigger risks and I mean I just didn't. I no longer had the reasons that I had had. You know to not do I. No I no longer had that but I also knew that The law of average. You know prove that eventually. I'm going to get caught so I thought you know what I'm GonNa do this for a year and then I'm GonNa drop out. I'll be done with it. Well at the end of that first year I was so in debt to the drug Taylor that there was no way I couldn't get out and it stayed that way. How'd you get so in debt to the drug dealers because you were giving it away or no more because people were sure Felim from me. Robyn me I let I let too many people know what was what I had So I had a lot of people like breaking into my the house or just take it in you know taking in dope on fronts and not paying for it Stealing it. Whatever I had people that stole money from me? So there's always something that that Made it impossible for me to pay my debt so I had to continue doing it until I got busted and then of course it was over and So how did how did that. Ah Good Down actually I had I had been paying quite a bit of money for my for my and I was offered an opportunity to get a larger quantity or not really necessarily a larger quantity the same quantity at a lot lower price. But I had to take a bigger risk by getting in the mail and I got caught the very first time that I got a package in the mail The post office. Has They send dogs through you know. They're their packages in the mail. And they the dog hit on my package and they opened and They already know you know before it was delivered that That it was math so they did. Did they still go ahead and deliver it in order to get you to accept a except Yeah Yeah I was picking it up at the post office so They soon as they gave me the package. Soon as the post office SUV pulled up in the front of the building and he had a little star on his plate. And I thought this is a I'm done and I went and I got my van and I sit there and I just waited. 'cause I'm here any minute. They were going to surround me and they did. Yeah what did you just curious. At that moment you're sitting there. You know that you're going to be interested. What did you feel as that point in time? I just knew it was common so I was I guess I was Kinda shocked but I was. I was just heartsick the I had let it come to that. You know I really had wanted out of it. This was an opportunity to get my old dealer. You know. Get him him paid off and and be done with the so I was just. I was just heartsick You know my kids. I had grandkids by then Dan. I'm forty going on forty seven years. Old I finally you know I finally had a few things in life I had a business and A home and and all of a sudden I'm I just see it all banishing right before my eyes. I knew I wasn't coming coming out for quite a while so The officer who approached me a in in in the note that that my face was grey and it probably was. I you know I lost the color learned my face. I'm sure so But you know I it same time I never cried. I I know it was coming and there. I had nobody nobody to blame but myself. So I didn't wallow in self pity or anything I sucked it up and I went in and did my time and made the best of it took you know took programs that would help me with my traumas and with my addictions so it wasn't really a bad experience. The hardest part of it was sitting in a county jail for twenty one months waiting to be sentenced that was that the hardest part Because in jail it's not like being in prison in jail. You're like you're stuck in a in a cellblock you never see daylight you Are just stuck there no treatment no no anything. There's nothing they're just being warehouse for as when you go to prison I to a camp. So Federal prison camp. So I I I was able to be outside as much as I wanted. I took all these classes. I took computer classes. And you know some different things and then all these programs that was just so life changing for me that It really wasn't a bad experience. It was almost like being at a college campus to be honest. Other than the fact doc was away from my family right and you can't leave could've walked off but if you walk off the you're gonNA get five years. I just putting yourself in trouble. Yeah so when you were in jail talk about as your situation. You're locked so you're basically locked there all day. No daylight were you going through you know having symptoms of withdrawal or anything like that from communication and no no. I think I think for the first couple of weeks I slept quite a bit And I just I started he'll And and it took quite a while I was very underway at the time. So they were giving me extra food And then I'd have to go away in like twice a week until I got you know I gained a few pounds and started getting healthy again but I discovered ever later on. You know as I'm sitting there The the meth was really medicating other like health. Problems that I had to And and I started feeling my symptoms for my for my illnesses and By that time I had a little bit of heart problems and I have an autoimmune disease that I didn't know about time but a- The domestic just Kinda medicated. That all that I didn't realize I I didn't even realize I was sick before jail. So while you were in jail in prison much during your intro. You're able to to get rehabilitated and work on your addiction to become clean. was there a turning turning points or something that you can you can point to is. That was important in your recovery. I think I okay shit and like I said in county jail for so long but I stood there for about four months and I didn't have anybody putting money on my book so I can make phone calls or to even you. You know by the things that I needed on commissary And I think that was probably the best thing that could have happened to me because ah we're used to take everything's taken away from you already and you don't have things you need. I mean I just decided then to. I'm this is not this is not the kind of life I want I'm better than this. I can do better than I went into myself one day and I just screamed out to God and I said Lord. I can't do this without you. Please help me through this and you know things started changing for me I got involved with the ministry at the jail and Love I just love the Lardon and I started praying all the time and I started seeing my aunt my prayers answered and it was pretty awesome and I think that was what gave me the strength to get get through God. was there for me. That's awesome so just too too fast for a little bit here and we we can come back and talk about talk about more of this stuff. But what if a hit on the ten thousand dollars she got from For Bill Pulsa. Yes so you okay you got out of prison in July two thousand eighteen. You got this this money recently right. It was like this past month. Yeah Yeah isn't this month yeah Actually it was the first of October Yeah I've been out of prison for. I don't know fourteen between cream fourteen or fifteen months when I got the money and During that fourteen months I'll just call it fourteen months. During that time I had had have moved five times To keep me in to keep me say keep me out of bad situations I I don't have a driver's license. I riding a bicycle to work and fifty three years old. I don't feel good. I have all these illnesses and things. I don't feel. There's there's days that I would just think you know what I know a quick way to make money. This is is ridiculous. I'm never going to get on my feet. I just felt so hopeless sometimes but then I always with thank you know what I can go back and I can do that lifestyle game but I know we're GONNA END UP WE'RE GONNA end up back in jail and and you know I can't do that so I just I work two the job To make ends me and I just started the second job. Maybe a few weeks before bill gave me the money So that I could start saving towards getting my driver's license back. It's just been a money racket when you get when you let things go. Oh for so long you know when it comes to driving record and then you go to prison and all this you you come out and you want to get your life back and stuff but like the the life the licensed branch you know you. It's just the money racquet If you didn't have a good driver's license when you went in it's just really hard to get when when you get out so anyways I've I've been whittling away paying fines and and Reinstatement fees and that. Sort of thing but it just seemed like every time I would pay a fine and reinstatement of either now. We get another suspension for like that that original charge charge of driving while suspended or whatever and then not having not been able to provide insurance at the time and to really honestly not know if I did or not and if I did I don't know who had it through so just a lot of things high up to where I never did get my driver's license back so I'm writing this bike to work going from one job to the other I leave. I leave my job to go to the doctor and I'm and I get there like an hour or like it's just too much of a hassle to have to drive all the way back to my house and then to the eye doctor on a bike so I'm sitting in the doctor's office. This is October first and I get on my phone and I check out twitter and I I see I have a message from bill polity on twitter and I thought it was a scammer. Because there's so many people pretending to be bill trying and to get money from you so I I thought it was a scammer and then I realized this is the an original message stream here that I had started with him and he responded to that to the a message I had sent him. He didn't respond to the message. But it was the same stream that I had started originally right so then I knew it was him. I knew it was him and I just got real hot inside. I'm sitting fitness doctors off with. I want to tell somebody I wanNA scream. I want to be you know but I don't and actually took me a couple of days even tell anybody because I was afraid. Afraid everybody would laugh at me and think that 'cause there's so many so much stand stuff going on on the Internet that I was afraid everybody would laugh at me. So I I actually finally told my kids and I'm like you guys aren't going to believe this and my kids were real skeptical like mom do not fall for this. Don't get excited well. It's too late I'm excited. I know bill because I've been trying to build a answer my messages. You know for the last few months between messaging him and commenting on his tweets when I would re tweet them I would just share share a little bit of my story a little little bit because your tweet can only be so long. Your comic can only be so long. So one time I commented. Uh You know recently out of prison and you know I really need to be able to drive. And and and that sort of thing Other Times I would just thank him. You know for considering me And this went on for several months before he actually Chose me any any chose me randomly. He really didn't even know my story When he gave him the money he didn't know until we actually talked on the phone and I was able to share with them and it was pretty cool because where he just kept asking me more questions? Like wow this guy really tears. Here's you know So we had quite a link extended conversation and He really got to know me and you know He. He tells me he's really. He's really happy that he was able to help me. You know with the money Because now I can get my driver's license back I can get a car I can live a better life. Yeah I think this is this is just such a cool story For for a lot of reasons I mean obviously this is one of the reasons this is why I wanna talk to you but also I mean just just for you to be able to share your story with my audience is important as well but I think that with you winning winning the lottery here it really it really highlights shines a light on the the needs of those. Who are you know? The formerly incarcerated rated reintegrated into society. And I talk about it all the time on this show. I guess talk about all the time when the show what they struggle with when they get out difficulty finding a job difficulty getting a car. Our difficulty you know being able to pay for a place to live and to be able to show some like this that the simple act of kindness to be able to help You get back on your feet S- Hopefully this is something that we as a society can can build upon. Because you know people always try gotTA SORTA solve these issues by recommending. You know different kinds of government programs and we need to do this and put this money towards Towards this thing but honestly I think the way and you can tell me if you agree with me or not but I think probably one of the ways to solve this just another thing that's popped my head. The people who struggle with when they get out of just finding clothes being able to find close to where I'm if we just had more. We had more direct charity between people. Oh using twitter or or whatever helping those getting out of prison to to meet these these basic needs. I think that could be a huge thing. Oh I I agree When I come out of prison I had the clothes on my back? I had lost everything during the time. I was gone I came out literally literally with the clothes on my back and I had a pair of gray sweat. Two pairs of grey short and to gray t shirt and in a pair of tennis shoes. I wore a pair of shorts and a t-shirt out had another one in my bag and that was all I own so I get to the halfway. We how and I asked him. Do you have like a donation room or something. Where guessing close? Oh No. We don't have anything like that. Okay well you know where I can go to get gets you know maybe get some clothes. Oh No we don't have any idea I had to call my kids and say I'm sorry but you guys are. I'M GONNA have to try to find me some close And so you know my kids had to go out and buy me some clothes and it wasn't. I was so so thankful and grateful for it. But like my my daughter-in-law didn't know me before prison. So she doesn't really know what I like so they bring me clothes that I wouldn't I wouldn't wear if I was to go pick out outfits in a store you know so I walked around feeling like a clown like like in. That sounds funny seriously I did. I just felt like. Oh Jeez you know sticking out like a sore thumb. This isn't me but It was just you know the way it is and so you know and I had to go get a job right away so and and and at that time I was right out of prison. I didn't feel good I was week. I had to walk over a mile down on a busy highway to get to work To make dollars an hour okay. Hardest regret the hardest work. I've ever done and only made eight dollars an hour. It was ridiculous you know and it's still that way today I I work I I work at a coffee shop and I make dollars an hour and I feel like I I put in Pretty Good Day's work. I'm tired when I get home. And there's just really not fair and you know but that's the way it is as you get out of prison. Nobody wants to hire you. You're selling People don't trust you It's just really hard. Yeah and You know that's one of the reasons I do. This show is just a to chip away at that at that stigma because I'm myself was someone who used to really believe that the to believe that people who've done time in prison it's it's weird for me to say this but I believe that really. I didn't know if a second chance was warranted and I could not be so polar opposite of that now. I think everyone deserves a second chance. No nobody should be defined by one or two or three or five or ten poor decisions so you know they made in the past. People can change. I strongly people can change for the better. You know it. It just takes a special person on on hiring in to To accept you and and give you a chance. Not a lot of people people will do that and I went from place to place trying to find a job. You know close enough that I could walk or ride a bicycle too and wow I mean people just want to turn their backs on you and I mean it gets scary like what am I going to do. How am I going to support myself here? You know how am I ever going to get back on my feet If nobody gives me a chance but I have been I have been blessed with a couple of of good people that that you have given me. A chance. Christians you know people. That aren't judgmental. That actually are the ones have given me a chance It's a a big thing even though I'm only making eight dollars an hour I'm just have to know that somebody sees my worth you know then give and has given me me a chance. I haven't lied about my past Some people have told me. quit telling them that you just got out of prison when no I'm not I'm not GonNa not tell them if it comes up in an interview because then I'll be lying and and what if they do a background check and they find out and then I'm not GonNa Stop so Oh i I just told myself when I got out I'm GonNa be honest about this guy will see me through. And he has he has but yeah I mean. I was at my darkest hour when I got the money from Bill Poultry Because I just didn't see any way I'm quite a ways away from my my family and my kids and not walking distance or two minutes and So I don't see my grandkids very often and I don't get did you see my son's doing home detention Over a some drug charges so I don't get to see him cam and I and I just don't I didn't see any way of ever getting out of that. Rut and I was so depressed it it was just perfect timing because I mean I was starting to you know have crazy thoughts of man you know. I know there's easier way to make money. I've done it before four and You know I don't know eventually it might have came to that if I if this wouldn't have happened if I wouldn't have got the money. Okay so I'm so thankful for Bill. And and Gosh he's just like an angel Jimmy. Yeah that's that's tough. That's how how they That's how they get. People stuck in. This recidivism trap is once and then you can't find a job you can't you can't lived live the life you want to and and you get pulled back into it at all along that. Wow It's no wonder people end up back in prison And especially see those that that they come out and they have to go right back like okay. I I go and I do some public speaking. I went to Indiana one of Indiana's men prisons a while back And I spoke to a group of that. We're a drug Rehab Rehab program at the prison in a like a patient type thing and afterwards one of the guys come up to me. Thank me and he told me he said you know. I get out next Thursday day and I'm scared. And he's a young guy maybe twenty one or so You said I'm going home to the only place I have to go to my mom's and she's a heroin attic she's acting active heroine addict and heroin is my drug choice. He said I'm scared because I just know what's going to happen and then I don't know what to do I don't know I don't have any or else to go and I thought wow that's just you know and then that's why so many ended up back imprison because there are thrown right back into the place that made him sick to begin with. And you know if you don't you'll have people that willing to help you you know To get you out of that environment to help you build a better life. I mean it's just it's not going to happen. You're going to go to prison and I really hate that. So my plan is to start a ministry next year. I put some the money that I got from Bill. Aside and I must start a reentry ministry next year and try to teach them economic and social skills people coming out of them so And not just two people come out of prison but it'd be available for anyone but I really want to help people getting out of prison just because I know I know the struggle and I feel like God. It showed me the struggle for a reason so that I can do something to make it. Easier for people coming out Maybe you know maybe I can change one person from going back to prison. You know if helps available to them. So that's what I WANNA do. I think it's going to be a great thing and Everything that I've been through WON'T BE IN VAIN I'll get to US My experiences to help others. Here's I'm always amazed is almost every guest they have on Has the same mentality though that you get out of prison and yeah you accept that. Maybe things didn't go your way. Maybe you've gotten a raw deal in certain aspects but at the same time I mean I I don't see you pouting about it or you know and then and then you get this huge break and instead of just you know every right eight to take all this money to yourself and and use it whenever you need to but you start immediately thinking of others in ways to help other people. I think. That's that's tremendous it's wanted to. I just wanted to point you out point that out because I think I think it's definitely a definitely important. Yeah well you know this is something I have been thinking about doing anyways. I didn't know how it's going to do it financially But I knew I was going to someday and it's just it's just speeding things up to where I can maybe do it in spring by then I'll be driving and You know be able to Have more freedom to get out and and and build a ministry right right so One last last question. And then that'll be it Question of asking people recently and I think it really is. It's a fun question but also I think It's it's it's sort of a an important reflection on yourself where you've come from you know. I think everyone has their own gifts. You know some. The people say that people have their own superpowers If you had to look at you know what you have in life right now being personality trade or some sort of some sort of character trait that you have. Is there one thing that you think really separate get you from other people and helps you better to To serve others I think I think my faith in God And I don't know that that doesn't make me special. There's a lot of people have a relationship with God but my relationship with God really Is Is my thing Also I have a huge amount of empathy for other people Something I didn't have before I went to prison but I do now and I think with that I can do a lot of things to help all people that's Sherry for question. Well thank you for coming on the show. Want to give be a chance to. Do you want to plug a plug your twitter handle or anything else where people can reach. Actually I think I'm prayerful Patriot on on twitter cigarette. Yeah Yeah I don't post a lot about Out My addiction or anything but I am going to start doing that. I do have a also have A facebook group called Recovery Bridge Recovery Bridge is where I help families and friends and and add find help Get into treatment or whatever the their knees are at the time I help people get get the resources that they need. So that called Recovery Bridge on facebook that I'm pretty active on their there And I am going to start using twitter more for things like that so okay and I'll try to link to both of those on the show notes page is is is recovery. Bridges set a private facebook group or now it's public get. Yeah it's more. It's more aimed towards helping Anybody who's who comes to me and says I have a cousin or I have a daughter or my mother needs help. It's family based like that I do have you know some addicts that post things on there and But I I do a lot of my work privately Do private messages pitches and stuff Once they contact me then I try to help them with resources and pointed in the right direction. So that's great. Yeah well Sherri thank you so much for coming on the show and sharing your story. You know if I say this all the time if this helps one person which I'm sure it will then This this was worth having this conversation. Absolutely I appreciate it. Thank you hope. You guys enjoyed that interview with Sherry Miller. Her story of course with the the angle getting the money from twitter from the bill say lottery it is unique. I haven't had a show like that before with that being part of the story but what was common and which is a theme that I I see throughout Guess I've had on felony Friday. Is the trauma suffered early in life that lead lead to addiction And ultimately ended up leading to prison and if that is just one thing I just want to stress again you know so we can talk about the laws and you know when someone should or shouldn't go to prison and all that stuff. I mean I've talked about on other shows. I think everybody he knows where I stand on that nonviolent offenders should not be spending time in prison. Let's just let's just say that right now but the common theme that that I see with these stories and we'll see throughout people who end up spending time in prison. Is that childhood trauma that leads down that path and pushes people into situations. Were they make poor decisions. And you know people generally don't just pick a life of crime. Don't you excuse to break the law and put themselves in situations where they could end up Spending time in prison normally there's other factors that lead to it and the shame of it is is our system. Our criminal justice system does nothing to get to the root cause so always happy beat to see somebody like Sherry who is coming out of prison in willing and wanting to give back to start to address address that root cause which I think is really cool and it's just so awesome I talk about during the show. Just WanNa pointed out again so cool that Sherry won the lottery here basically wants money and you know I every right to pour that money into her own life and use it all to get back on track act but she's decided to give some back and give back to others so that's really cool and hope you guys enjoyed the story today. I think it has a you know happy ending and I think Sherry has a bright future. So I'm excited to see where she takes it from here and you know guys if you enjoy. This is content. If you joy these interviews on Friday please let me know you can follow me on Instagram at John Odor met on twitter at John. Odor Matt Follower. 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Thanks for wrapping up your week. With public use service we are member analysts are supported and raw line at public news service DOT. Org Hundred Krugman episode two hundred nine. Welcome to the PODCAST and takes apart. Paul Krugman New York Times column. Join Witnesses Tom. Woods and Bob Murphy teach economics by uncovering dissecting the arrows of Krugman Nobel Prize winner newspaper columnist and destroyer of nations. It's it's time for a contract Krugman folks. We haven't done so already. I encourage you to check out my podcast. The Bob Murphy Show had some really interesting interviews. Recently I got a lot more already in the can that will be released shortly. Check it out at Bob Murphy. Show DOT DOT com. Everybody's Tom and Bob with another episode of Contra crew remember. We're doing every other week now with Contra Krugman and this time we mean it is time we mean yeah. That's right now like last time but this time we mean it and this time it's also working very well because we're able to pick out Column that has something to do with economics that is fruitful food for thought at least after we filter it through our you know correct thinking brains. The Column is Democrats Comma Avoid Loyd the robot rabbit hole. It's from October seventeenth two thousand nineteen linked to Contra Krugman DOT com slash two. Oh nine and the gist of this column is that Krugman thinks that the Democrats obviously most prominently Andrew Yang. But not only him are making a mistake and going down the wrong path when they get overly concerned about oh by the way Hello Bob Glad to have you here. I forgot to say so. I just started right in. Hello thank you hello. Hello my name is Bob. I am going to participate. I'm doing a robot that was good. Robots see every other week. Now I'm out of practice. I forget oh I got to say hello to all right. Well we said hello to Bob. You get the gist of the college. What it's worth I wasn't slide? I was really eager for you to jump in like I am not even. I'm being sarcastic so I think it was just the excitement. That Krugman actually wrote a column that would lead you to believe he was an economist. I think we're it's just a gift. It's a gift it really is so anyway. He's saying that it's a mistake to go down that road because he says that the evidence for for this. The alleged automation apocalypse is thin and unconvincing. He says that for somebody like Elizabeth Warren to come along and say say that the real problem for American workers is not so much automation as it is free trade that is so trade policy. He says that that's not altogether wrong. But he says she is wrong to think the changing trade policy is going to do much to bring good good jobs back. He says she's on much firmer. More solid ground when she moves onto her more her wider agenda of tackling inequality and the power of the wealthy as crooked puts it and he says the best answer to this question in the debate. Came from Bernie Sanders. You'll recall if your longtime contract Krugman listener. That Krugman was very much a Clinton over sanders and was not favorable to Bernie was very critical Bernie Ernie and his economic advisors. But here I mean I happen to think I think Krugman has seen which way the wind apps not supposed to be doing this those those be summarizing the column but the heck with it. I'm out of practice. I think what's going on here is that he sees the way. The wind is blowing. It's blowing away from Clintonistas establishmentarian arenas and more toward progressive sanders. Them and I think he doesn't want to be left behind. But anyway he says that Bernie yes his his job guarantee federal job guarantee. Everybody is probably unworkable. But he's as Bernie is Shirley right to say there's plenty to do in America in terms of work and yes he's right. We should have large scale public investment. And this is a great idea in response to persistent economic weakness and Krugman says the this it's persistent weakness is not about automation. It's about while. What else for a Keynesian inadequate private spending? So why are we fixated on automation will Krugman thanks. It's a diversionary tactic. So that people can avoid dealing with really serious issues now they just blame robots and that way they'll sound trendy the and forward-looking but this gives them an excuse not to support policies that really address the causes of weak growth and soaring inequality and he. Evaluates evaluates Yang's proposal of a thousand dollars a month as is as Yang has based his whole campaign on the premise that automation is destroying jobs on Moss and that the answer is to give everyone a stipend one that would fall far short of what decent jobs pay and this is the line that actually Kinda like as far as I can tell. He's offering an inadequate solution to an imaginary problem. which isn't away kind of impressive right? That's typical Krugman stark right there. Doesn't it sound like Some lines I have against Krugman woman in the end. There's a book you probably read them. Aloud Probably Avenue the folks may know I am the narrator of the book version of this podcast Conflict Brooklyn which is you go get Contra Krugman Book Dot Com I'm kind of flattered. And that's not that's not doing Bob Justice. It's it's those are Bob's Bob's writings. Over the years smashing Krugman it's not merely just a reflection of the podcast. These are original amazing pieces by Bob so check them out of Contra Krugman Book Dot Com. And if you want the audiobook version you'll hear me narrating so anyway. Down with automation as a topic of discussion and up with income inequality and week private spending as issues. That when you talk about according to Krugman so maybe this is a case of one out of three. Ain't bad but I I guess I know probably where you'll take this but what's your I thought. Well why don't we deal with a few of these little quick ones here before we get into the heart of the matter. So he's he's got this. You know offhand remark that as you mentioned the the actual problem here it's not automation. It's inadequate private spending and I mean he's people haven't been spending enough for over a decade at this point according to Krugman and as far as the I can see so far. Be It for me to challenge. You know Krugman's interpretation one of Keynesian models but I mean it's it's some point. Put it this way. If people are just hoarding money in their afraid to spend and there's inadequate demand I mean shouldn't prices prices adjusted least over a fifteen year period in other words. These wages and prices are really sticky. This is like Super Bowl. Yeah this is insane. S- yeah that's that's right so I mean but joking aside I get. I'm sure somebody can come up with some kind of mild explains this but it may in other words it made sense when they say oh There's a housing bubble the popped so everybody's tightening up because they want to pay down their debt and whatnot and there's a huge drop in demand at all. Yeah those are those Chicago school types or those real business cycle but we'll tell you wages and prices automatically adjust but come on. That's not going to happen in the real world. Okay Okay but at this point again it's been at least ten years and he's not saying this is GonNa fix itself and three but we can make it clean clear up in one if we have fiscal policy. He's saying this is going to be as far so again I just. I don't even see how on their own terms. This makes any sense. I you know I actually hadn't thought of that. They've been saying saying this thing and ringing this particular bell for so darn long that you're right I mean I don't know that Ole time Keynesians would have imagined imagine that they could have sustained that explanation over such a long period of time with a straight face. Yeah I mean in fairness we can and then returned to the main issue here but I suppose it's not that unemployment has been this high this long. He you know he has to say well. We have low unemployment right now but the economy at any moment could falter older. So you know maybe that's involved in it too that Krugman's saying Oh yeah right now labor markets clearing but again. It's it's a weird thing where he kind of has to would mitt that the official measures are all fine and yet you know. Donald trump has brought us to the brink of disaster Let's see I did like this was kind of funny. I don't think you mentioned this in the summertime. Although the summary was a bit of I Dunno open mic night or something you kind of right beat poet or something. I don't know what you were doing but it was good. It was good I liked it. he goes So talking about Erin Burnett and he was in crewman was depressed. At the how how bad the moderators were and again crew starts out strong. He start criticizing. CNN okay it says Burnett declared that a recent study shows that quote about a quarter of. US jobs could be lost to automation. And just the next ten years and quote. So that's what does Burnett Lady says To summarize and then improvement clarified. What the study actually says less alarming colon it finds that a quarter of? US jobs will face quote high exposure automation over the next several decades so in case people miss the dichotomy there she summarized the study is saying a quarter of US jobs. Could it'd be lost to automation in the next ten years and actually what the study said was a quarter of. US jobs could be exposed to automation or have a high exposure automation over the the next several decades. which when you compare those two statements are actually quite different? Yeah and so is right to note that I would just point out. It's ironic because that's that kind. Addison happens in the climate change debate all the time where you know someone will say something. That sounds crazy when you go like a court. Has We have twelve years that sort of thing. That's the epitome of what happens in that debate where they'll say one thing in these more scientific studies and then people will paraphrase it and end up saying something that's way worse than what the study. Actually we said I like ruin saying he says what the study says. Let's alarming corey. US jobs as high exposure over several decades. And he says but even if you think even that sounds bad ask yourself when in modern history. Has that statement not been true. Good yes so he. He started out strong. So that was good. Good Last thing let me just clarify. Then we'll talk about the the big picture of automation and so forth is crew when he's trying to clarify say wait a minute. Why is is this the why are people talking about? This is some sort of so. Hey in the past automation didn't kill us. Didn't ruin job growth things like that and he's in Oba. One might argue that. Hey the futures are the past is no guarantee of what the future is going to hold in. Krugman says You might you might think. The pace of technological change is so much faster. And that's why workers are threatened now by automation whereas in the past those are not to be phony fears and he says. But that's not what the data data's say on the contrary worker productivity which is how we measure the extent to which workers are being replaced by machines has lately been growing much more slowly than in the past it rose less less than half as much from two thousand seven to two thousand eighteen as it did over the previous eleven years. Let me just clarify and that. That might sound really odd to people. Because you're probably thinking well wait a minute. If if workers are getting much more productive than it shouldn't they be getting replaced by robots. All the more so because they're not workers aren't making anything I think. So that phrase worker. Productivity is extremely misleading in this context. What Krugman means by that and? This isn't something idiosyncratic on on his part this is how economists use this phrase they just mean you take total output in divided by the number of workers or maybe worker our something like that it just the raw figure. You're not in other words like what's the marginal contribution attributable to more labor and put but just flat out what's total output divided by worker worker input as if the workers were the only thing in the inputs and so so that's why he's saying So in other words if robots bats were coming on the scene in more and more stuff were being produced by robots in the data that would show up as more and more stuff per human labor our our enhance it would look like worker. Productivity is going through the roof and Krugman saying you don't see that the data's clearly it must not be the case that robots are coming in and augmenting thing things so that's that's what he's explaining. Let me just mention since I brought that up until the time to explain it. That's why if listeners. If you've seen some some of those charts from like E. P. I is the organization I think it's called the Economic Policy Institute. What that stands for is one that I've seen has? He's charged going around showing. Oh since one thousand nine hundred seventy three worker. Productivity has gone up two hundred and twenty percent but median pay in wages only gone up seventy percent making those numbers. Number's up but I have. You know what I'm talking about how you see that kind of stuff. Yeah that's what this is talking about so that show that's an example of showing how misleading this is for example. I'm not that this explains everything. But if you of your country all of a sudden found some huge oil deposits in that boosted GDP by ten percent that would make worker productivity predictively. Go Way up and then you could look and say oh but man. The average workers not seeing a boost in their pay. I wonder what 'cause you know. Obviously would be the owners of those oil deposits those would be netting the the gains from that and so that that's the kind of thing that's going on there that it's when they they call it worker productivity which would lead you to think it was the productivity of the workers offers but actually that's not really what it means certainly not on the on average or or actually marginal is is the term. Assure a US there so anyway. That's what his argument is I guess should we talk about the power thing about automation. Yeah probably I mean. I've done a little bit of a on the Tom which show here and there but I think having interacted with some of the Andrew Yang people on twitter. I'm more or less getting a I think I'm getting a better grasp of their argument because some people are saying oh these these Yang people like just the other day for example. There's a politician a guy running for some local office. Somewhere who seems to be a Yang Sorta guy and he was talking about the transition from blockbuster to Netflix. Oh Yeah I saw that and you saw. Oh how many jobs were lost at blockbuster. And they're not nearly as many jobs at Netflix. Now of course there are many ways you could look at that and one of them is can I ask you. Did you do your imagine being this person. Did you deploy that went on that guy. No on this guy I. It was more like a role could do that. Look as I said I think I imagine looking at the world this way. Oh that's such a huge difference from what I said. No no no because I in other words I when I say imagine being this person. It's meant as as just absolute ridicule but but this was. I was genuinely flabbergasted that somebody would look at the transition from blockbuster to Netflix and and say this is a terrible example of how capitalism hollows people out and whatever and that's the wrong way to think about for a lot of reasons just one of which is an argument. A lot of people may. which is the Netflix makes movies and therefore employs a lot of people? Who aren't you know? Let's say in the Netflix Net flicks front office. But they have a ripple effect of employment all over the place in all the different projects they have going so they're not just selling movies or renting movies is the way blockbuster. was they have a whole different business model but not even put it instead of people just getting one movie for five bucks and then if they don't bring it back on time you know. It's another twenty dollars penalty. Or something for better rewind. It be kind rewind exactly but if you know for like what fourteen dollars they get eight kazillion things. There's no way that you could look at that and say that's a bad thing. But Anyway the whole reason I point this out is when when I started interacting with people on that I kept getting people saying look we we in the Yang Yang are not saying that we should be luddites and try to halt automation. Were saying that we need to recognize. It could be disruptive that it's happening faster than ever before it's displacing more people than ever before and we just want to bring about a softer landing. So it's not. They were insisting to me that they're not stupid idiots. They're just they just want to help people transition better when we are Communist. We don't mean Soviet Union. That's we're not talking gulags. Let's let's just be clear right. Let's be clear. Yeah And Fair Enough and I. That's the problem I mean you get in this with everybody to write like People who are for trump getting tough on imports. I will assure you will. I've read bast yet. I know that so. I'm not talking about protectionism I'm talking about tariffs to create US jobs. That's what it's okay so I'm being a bit a bit unfair. Let's say or a bit to to harsher So why why don't I see this before I forget it just in terms of a baseline way to think about this stuff. It's interesting because on the one hand you can say okay. That we're accumulating more and more robots in it's just assumed boomed that they're the way to think about that is like more and more labor coming onto the scene everyone's volume that's going to push down wages. But what have you. So we'll know that it's more or more machinery so like isn't that hurting the owners of existing capital goods right like. Why aren't they? You know having to be like the people who own hammers right now. Isn't that hurting them. That more machineries. He's coming on board right so I'm just again not that that's going to convince anybody but I'm just pointing that out that it's it's odd that this thing that humans create that helps in the production of goods and services that comes on the scene. Were assuming is A substitute for Labor when it's also a substitute for other capital equipment equipment. And so and yet. I don't see people lamenting the fact that people who own factories right now. We're GONNA be devastated when some new machine comes on that renders our existing structure the obsolete Another quick thing too is just even if that were true in the salty so go out and the solutions people should go by some real estate that in other words if it's really going to be this future where labour especially unskilled or lower skilled labor is just so plentiful that nobody's he's GonNa earn much selling that okay in that kind of a world then that means the owners of real estate are going to be phenomenally wealthy right. That's going to be relatively scarce. That's it's GonNa come in high rents and so what people right now should be doing is not going in voting for Andrew Yang in trying to get a UB installed because that might not work. That's that's a risky of what you should do. It was just save up and buy some rant land somewhere and then if that scenario comes to your turns out to be true where robots are producing everything who's going to be be the trillionaires in that universe. It's going to be the people who own fix assets like real estate so that's again another so in other words it's it might not be a good investment right now with normal trajectory but if you're worried about twenty percent of the population being permanently displacing. They can't get a job well in that world that's only happening happening because these robots are so productive that you know human labors rendered obsolete in that kind of a world owning real estate is going to be extremely valuable. So that's that's another thing too again and just being consistent with it. I guess the last thing. I'll say here time just in terms of you know armchair reasoning and how to think about it. Imagine if each robot is introduced just sequentially so right at the beginning they introduced one robot in all it can do is a very particular thing like flip burgers. Here's and serve them at McDonalds or fast food places. What would that do? Yes that would mean no. Human being could be employed flip the flipping burgers and serving them at a fast food restaurant. But then it also means Hampton McDonald's burgers and other things would be really cheap so everybody else would benefit from that in the losers would just be the small portion of the population that had been employed in that one thing but everybody else would be much better off in that would be true for every subsequent thing thing you introduced. It's it's sort of like the argument for free trade that yeah in any particular import. The consumers of that benefit by having the import come in whereas the people the WHO had been making that one specific thing they might be hurt looking at just that one issue and so then the question. Okay as we introduce more and more of those things. What's the net affect on the average person and I'd say probably it's going to be that they benefit from getting all these other goods and services at ridiculously cheap prices even though the one thing they used to do now? Also it's there's a lot of competition there because the the robots can do your job for you in the ultimate logic limit of this look at the the jetsons world. I've said this before. But it's worth repeating that you know what happens in the George Jetson Universe is the human just around pressing a few buttons in the machines. Make everything everything in far from them being devastated in poor. That's what it would look like if you were incredibly rich or look at the Star Trek. The Next Generation University ATM machines replicator that can make things at least on a small scale. Yeah you don't need humans to be tied up doing mundane tasks and far from. Oh now. We're all devastated. No that's that's what it would look like if you are the closest thing to a utopia that you can have this side of scarcity so again these things it's I I I think it. They had to thread the needle better like in other words. A lot of the stuff people are warning about far from it being a calamity. It's like no in general. The people who are real optimistic about the far flung future. That's exactly what they say. What happened and so? It's weird that we're fearing this. Do we want to also also say something about why. It's wrong to say that what the economy needs now is a boost in public investment. So called I mean I think I feel sure we've hit this this before. Because Krugman's argument has been with interest rates. So low you know the Federal Government can borrow at almost nothing. And so why wouldn't we want to do that. Since we have to rebuild bridges and stuff. Anyway that kind of thing I mean just to offer cough well for one thing. That stuff shouldn't be quote publicly owned the they should privatize ties that stuff. So in general the reason that these things that are controlled by the government are always in such disrepair is because they're controlled by the government. It's not because the nature of not because of heartless Republicans You had rose that were privately owned in addition to not having as many potholes. You also wouldn't have. Traffic jams is a regular Giller thing because they would charge tolls accordingly and so they'd be more expensive as right during rush hour then the traffic within out and because of the high profits they would build more blah blah blah blah. Just like you know. It's not that Movie theaters on opening night. You can never get a cedar or people are piling on top of that sort of thing that private of IT businesses when they can control the flow of traffic over there or to get access to their products. They do it in a much. More efficient way in sensible way than government run subways roads. So that's that's one thing is as far as it. Yeah of course of the Keynesian argument again cruise. been saying we need the spending for for ten years now so it's I I don't think that's the reason that the economy's bad I don't WanNa lead people to believe that we rehearse these or these episodes out because by the way if we did and this was the result that would be severe disappoint. So don't want them getting that impression. But I have a funny feeling. There may be a so-called Krugman contradiction with a K.. In this particular column. What would that be well? It turns out. Yeah Yeah Krugman this. This column has everything. That's good. Economics Drouin sings ridiculous things and the Church crewmen contradiction. So he's he's talking about out Elizabeth Warren. If it's interesting your hypothesis time that may be crews trying to pivot away from war and maybe you know be open to a standard I. I don't know whether that's what's going on but here. I think he's clearly still trying to salvage warren so just to set the context he says Elizabeth Warren Question Brunettes premise saying saying that the principal reason we're losing jobs is trade policy that is encouraged jobs to move overseas. This claim was slammed by the fact checkers at the Associated Press who declared that automation was the primary culprit manufacturing job loss between two thousand and two thousand ten. And so. Now here's Krugman. You know defending her as it happens. Wins Warren was more right than the supposed fact checkers. Reasonable estimates say that trade was responsible for a large share of manufacturing bring job loss in the decade before the great recession. So that jumped out at me because as we know because Donald Trump has been blaming the loss particularly among coal miners but just more generally you know manufacturing job. He's been what blaming that. On outsourcing to China and Krugman has always been saying no donald on trump completely full of it trade has very little to do with this with these job movements right and so I just to make sure I'm not crazy. I went to look it up and I founding example so this this is from May Nineteen two thousand fifteen. The title of this is trade and the decline of manufacturing employment. Krugman starts out in this. Two Thousand Fifteen post is Mad Iglesias notes many people believe the. US manufacturing has disappeared because it has all moved to China and Mexico but author largely wrong. Okay so that's what Elizabeth Warren was saying and then just to seal the deal. I'M NOT GONNA go through the arguments he gives but the concluding in paragraph of that two thousand fifteen post this for the most part in other words. Declining manufacturing employment isn't due to trade again that doesn't mean the trade deficits visits are okay or the trade hasn't had other facts but even if we'd had a highly protectionist world or in some other way had blocked the move into the trade deficit we'd still have seen most of the great decline in industrial Israel. Jobs so here you might have thought no Bob. That's not a contradiction with a K.. That's just a flat-out contradiction with a C.. And I thought well maybe it has to do with the timing because you know when. He's defending Warren. He says for before the great recession. But no I mean what crewman was saying twenty fifteen includes that period. So here's what I think it is time. Are you ready. Okay if you look Krugman when he's defending Warren. He doesn't say I Paul Krugman Stink. This is what's going on. He says is reasonable estimates. Say That trade was responsible for a large serve manufacturing job loss. In that medically she has post said. That was the news hook to say. A lot of people have been saying this but actually I don't think so. I think that's what's going on. I think in this column Krugman is just referring to the fact that yeah a lot of people have been saying that even though crews on record before zing and those people are all wrong. I think that's what's going on. Maybe so so so that was fun. It's good to be back in the saddle here like this. That's exactly how I would put it all right. Well there's your for those you people who who want to have a crew call him with some economics that we can talk about there you go you got it you got it linked to Contra Krugman dot com slash two. Oh nine and and one more thing. Yeah this of course we can't yes about Besides all the incentives and this and that and the orgy how would you be the just even superficially the idea that Oh because we're all this automations coming in huge portions of the labor force. Wars are just going to be unemployable. In the way we're going to solve that is to have the federal government just instituted this new Dole to get everybody on that in and I think I said this previous episodes to time where a lot of billionaires are on board with this stuff I mean in terms of so. There's that the future we want where a few billionaires own all the robots and most of the population just sits back you know playing video games and getting checks from the government in terms of totalitarian future state. That's kind of what it would look like right. I mean so it's it's not merely that I'm thinking no actually this is impractical. And it's just the whole vision. Gives me the creeps. So I just want to say that. Yeah by the way. 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I've been meaning to catch up with you on what you're up to because you were I don't know maybe in a bit of transition the last time we spoke. Look what exactly is your primary work these days. And what institution are you with. What exactly are you up to right now? So Oh I've spent most of the past two years spending time with my wife and kids riding a couple of different books and and kind of catching my breath breath after spending a number of years fighting the belly of the beast as they say so I just have my own small business. We started an elderberry syrup. Business Nece As part of our farm that's been really really successful that we're hoping to really scale up this year. wrote a few different books enjoyed some time with my young kids as you understand. It's it's always like the challenge of a dad or like the time you most need to be working. The most to provide for your family is also like those critical Nicole years when your kids are small and stuff so so. That's really the big things I've been into the past few years. Well I thought in addition to this important important conference. You're putting on which we'll talk about in a little while you might update us on just the general topic a topic that you follow very very closely of government regulation add of and intervention into food and farming and the sorts of things going on that a casual observer like me wouldn't know about it is obviously. There's the big picture issues going on right now involving you know the trade war with China and you know how that impacts impacts. It's made out to be a very big deal in terms of its impact on American farmers and it is a big deal that it's only a big deal because the government already so messed up the food and farming economy in the United States in also if we hadn't turned everything from Ohio to Colorado Arado into an endless sea of soy and corn. Then you know we wouldn't be bailing out farmers whenever we get into geopolitical Taffarel's with other nations. So obviously there's some of that big stuff that people are aware of you know on kind of like the small day. Today level the the FISA Food Safety Modernization Act is finally being implemented in. That's had some really interesting stuff hop up. So far you're a for instance It's been targeting from what I've been told by a number of different people in different states feed melts so the places pieces that have a lot of farmers especially smaller farmers who aren't vertically integrated or part of Tyson and purdue and other vertically integrated operations you have these local feed mills where you go to buy feed for your animals and a lot of the feed mills now are both increasing pricing increasing minimum order sizes and passing things on to you know their local farmers because Bismah is in snaring an entangling a a lot of businesses. That no one really imagined or new. We're going to get caught up in this new regulatory Schema and so that's going to not really really interesting as they continue to roll out PHYS MMA and to see how that like trickles through especially the alternative food oud economy since generally speaking you know when regulations head they say it's about you know keeping the bigeye check but it's the little guy who always pays is the price talk to me about You were telling me about the cottage food folks and apparently the rise of this phenomenon seems to be irritating the regulators you leaders. Why should that be? Yeah so yeah so you know just a few weeks ago and Louisville on there is I guess it's considered the nation's premier biggest food safety conference and a couple of people I know went and attended and they were sharing how that came up in a number of different sessions that are these people in the basically corporate food system. The regulatory food system really really don't like the increasing growth breath and diversity of the cottage food alternative that some different states have adopted in different ways and you know basically so readers kind kind of understand listeners. Understand what we're talking about you know. Usually cottage food is food. That's produced right in someone's home so it doesn't have have to be done in a certified kitchen you know. It's not generally subject to state or federal inspection so so it's a regulators. I worst nightmare. Because it's something that they don't get to regulate and Edo different states have different things you're allowed allowed to do under cottage food on. Because of the work of the Institute for Justice quite a few states have adopted much improved proved greatly expanded cottage food laws over the past five to six years so it's starting to become a really viable way. Just start a small business and a lot of these states but a lot of you know the regulatory people really don't like these laws because you know the the to them at city. The is gonNA cause a mass outbreak. Everybody's GonNa die if they can buy a loaf of bread out of somebody else's kitchen instead of buying it from Kroger Type Rationale. Aw so so. It's a very very interesting area because I know in the states that have adopted more expensive cottage food bills. They have seen an explosion explosion and small businesses. They can operate under those exemptions which is exactly what you and I would expect because the biggest reason we don't have more small. Businesses businesses in America is the barrier to entry. If you have to go through a certified kitchen and all these other hoops and regulations you know basically makes aches it. Impossible for somebody who's wanting to pursue their dreams and their ideas. Let's talk about this further because I I'm not sure this quite qualifies vise but nevertheless it does call to mind something from my past about ten years ago. I was living in Auburn Alabama and there was a woman on my I street who made the most delicious chicken salad you've ever eaten. I mean I didn't even like chicken salad. That's early so I thought then I had hers and I just couldn't stop up eating and pretty soon. We were all addicted to it and then one day it stopped being produced and the reason why she got a threatening letter gleaning to her that she did not qualify to be a vendor of chicken salad because she didn't have a kitchen that could be inspected. You know all this sort of thing. Right she was making making it out of her home. So we're all having withdrawal from having no chicken salad. It was unbelievable. So what that wound up doing was causing her to decide to go into the business have an industrial sort of oven and kitchen and so she started a chain that is now very successful throughout the southeastern United States. Called Chicken can salad chick. And that came out of her efforts in in Auburn Alabama being shut down and stymied because she was just operating out of her own kitchen. Others there's no way anybody other than a competing chicken salad seller was responsible for having that letter sent to her. I mean that's no elway. It was that she made much better chicken salad anybody else but she did wind up having the last laugh as I say. Because now she has a crazily successful chain franchise operation but is that kind of like what you're talking about. Yeah well and you know. That's what like in a number of states because there is so many people operating in grade a black areas one reason cottage food laws have been adopted is to allow people to do with. That lady was doing so they can grow to the point. Where even though it's not pleasant And even though I don't think they really shouldn't didn't have to. They can then transition into the full regulatory system once they reach a certain size and scale it. Because there's there's just so many people going rogue and say I'm going to do this anyway. Hopefully by the time. I finally get the letter. I'll be big enough at that point to to make the jump into this other system in Nahed Habits squash my dreams and destroy my business. Let's talk about how the farmers are doing these days and let's start first of all with what do you think about the claim that the trump tariffs have have had this kind of boomerang effect on farmers that that a lot of people predicted they would have that farmers are selling less abroad. Is that really having noticeable effect affect on their bottom line or what what factors overall are contributing to the state of American farmers. And what is the state of American farmers for that matter bit will it of the first thing is the the state. The State of American farmers has been bad for decades. So you know. We basically had like three four bad decades with with occasional goodyear's like American farmers as a few people have put. It are the ultimate welfare queens. It Oh so you look at the amount of money that the federal government funnels especially the corn and soybean growers insurance programs and other stuff. And it's it's just flabbergasting amount of money to prop up a farm policy adopted you know fifty some years ago and And you know so when we come to today to this issue with the tariffs to how that impacts farmers Just kinda sit here and go like if we hadn't turned everything from Ohio to Colorado. It do an endless sea of corn and soy. We wouldn't have all of these problems every time we get into a geopolitical tough with another nation. And if we weren't using food as a foreign policy tool and as as a way to influence into other stuff and if we didn't have this mistaken idea that we have to feed the world and we have to do at US tax payer expense expense. it is the problem with the farming issue. Is it kind of robes in you know geopolitics economics onyx and foreign policy and so much else at Ugly it's just sad The the the rural rural the state of Rural America is a nightmare. I think it might have been the New York Times. They even ran an article. Basically arguing that like large urge portions of rural America are basically like the new ghetto. They're just so economically crippled so riddled with drugs alcohol. Paul Harvey Unemployment. And that's just the end result of you know thirty forty years of not just farm policy A regulatory environment that has strangled all sorts of jobs out of America and force them overseas sees to where they could be done. Competitively what do you think the. US government's food and farming policy. Ought to be all. Oh I you know I like what New Zealand did where New Zealand basically a figured might have been in the early two thousands where they just realized that You know freedom is the way to go for their farmers and they need to quit trying to subsidize and pick winners and losers. There's and try and balance supply demand the. There's an article circulating on facebook. Recently you know about how in Michigan we know the government forced farmers to let you know hundreds of thousands of pounds of Cherries wrought in the orchards rather than allow them to sell because of you know production quotas and price controls and things and you know it. Just it doesn't work We should let farmers. I end consumers build a food economy. That will actually work in. That isn't dependent on tens of billions of dollars of annual. We'll bail outs to make it happen. And the New Zealand model was great because basically it was very wrong. Paul like where they realised the government it totally fudged up the food and farming sector in New Zealand and so they realized they couldn't just go cold Turkey so they provided a a number of years of transitional services the farmers they said. Hey you know like in three years the welfare ends all this kind of stuff ends all this nonsense senses going away so you have three years of some supported programs to help you transition into a model where our government isn't going to be doing this stuff stuff anymore. and now New Zealand has a really robust very successful very resilient farm economy and it's great and it would be amazing if America would do something like that but the special interests definitely do not want to see something like that happened here. Do you talk to a lot of ordinary farmers farmers in the course of what you do. Yeah because we live in farmland in Kentucky And we raise animals so I buy feed directly from a neighbor and tons of my neighbors farmers and on occasion I'll go to the cattle stockyard auction sale And basically gets a drink blake. You know take a long deep drink of despair At the at the you know the auction that happens down the road all the time. Yeah so I get to talk to farmers both in my area and then you know I still get phone calls from farmers all over the nation when they're being harassed by government people and then you one of the few things facebook is really great for is a lot of the groups. I'm a part of on facebook. Let me connect with farmers homesteaders all over the country. So yeah so so I get to talk with a wide. Swath of different kinds of farmers grow basis and probably the typical farmer is not rigidly sadly ideological so doesn't look at the world through that kind of Lens. But what do they want. Can you generalize. I don't think you can. I don't know if farmers no what they want anymore The farmer bankruptcies farmers suicide aid I think the age of the average farmer in America. Now now might be in the high sixties it might have even broken into the low seventies in no because very few kids wanna go into farming arming when their parents retire And so they it's hard to say because farmers are not a monolithic bloc culturally literally at all anymore So and there's a very big divide in terms of the farming community in terms herbs of like those who are commodity growers who are caught up in the corn soy and other commodity grain growing system you know versus farmers who are vegetable growers or farmers who are in dairy dairy has just been an absolute catastrophe in the United States over the past couple. Couple years I know like the dairy prices have just plummeted. The organic dairy industry became a disaster. Very quickly It it is. I think the biggest thing is the farmers are just so beaten up from again just a decade after decade of debt the end you know negative net farm income and just hoping that the government checks at the end of the year will be enough to push them back into profitability ability. You do I think most of them have really stepped back enough to think about what would they want if they could get something different. Is they've lived so so long in survival mode John. I WanNa talk about your conference because it's full of interesting stuff and interesting people doing things that are going to inspire us us. Because they're acting really boldly against you know a regulatory apparatus that's that's very difficult to crack through their operating against a lot of entrenched trenched ways of thinking and it's very inspiring so we'll get to that just as soon as we talk to the folks here folks worry continue. I WanNa take a quick break to console you if you are like the typical. 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In about three years ago he approached me about it and at the time he she was just too booked up to really pursue it but but basically it's a conference You can go to hundreds of websites. Hundreds of conferences is that will teach you to try and comply The it Oh to jump through all the hoops to cross all the t's and dot all the is and try Friday reply with the ever growing regulatory state But where can you go if you want to learn how to circumvent rather than comply apply and that is what this conference is all about. It is a

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These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease to do is just save up and buy some ranch land somewhere and you if if that scenario comes your turns out to be true where robots to producing everything. Who's going to be the trillionaires in that universe? It's going to be the people who own fixed assets like real estate so that's again another so in other it's it might not be a good investment right now with the normal trajectory but if you're worried about twenty percent of the population being permanently displacing. They can't get a job well so in that world. That's only happening because these robots are so productive that you know human labors rendered obsolete in that kind of a world owning real estate is going to be extremely valuable. So that's a that's another thing too again. Just being consistent with it I guess the last thing I'll say here time just in terms of you know armchair reasoning how to think about it. Imagine if each each robot is introduced sequentially so right now you know. In the beginning they introduced one. Robot in all it can do is a very particular thing like flip flip burgers and serve them. McDonald's or you know in fast food places what would that do. Yes that would mean. No human being could be employed loyd fly flipping burgers and serving them at a fast food restaurant. But then it also means Ham McDonald's burgers and other things would be really cheap so everybody nobody else would benefit from that in the losers would just be the small portion of the population that had been employed in that one thing but everybody else would be much better off in. That would be true for every subsequent thing you introduced. It's sort of like the argument for Free Trade that yeah any particular import the consumers of that benefit by having the import come. I'm in whereas the people who had been making that one specific thing they might be hurt looking at just that one issue and so then the question is okay as we introduced more and more those things. What's the net effect going to be on the average person and I'd say probably it's GonNa be that they benefit from getting all these other goods and services at ridiculously cheap prices even though the one thing they used to do now? Also it's there's a lot of competition there because the robots can do your job for you in the ultimate logical limited. This look at the jetsons world. I've said this before. But it's worth repeating that you know what happens in the George Jetson Universe is the human. Just go around pressing a few buttons. He's in the machines. Make everything in far from them being devastated in poor. That's what it would look like if you were incredibly rich or look at the Star Trek. The Next Generation University ATM machines jeans you know ripple caterers that can make things at least on a small scale. Yeah you don't need humans to be tied up doing mundane tasks and far from. Oh now. We're all devastated. No that's what it would look like. If you had the closest thing to a utopia that she could have the site of scarcity so again with these things. It's I think it. They had to thread the needle better like in other words. A lot of this stuff. People are warning about far from it being a calamity. It's like no in general people who are real optimistic about the far flung future. That's exactly what they say would have happened. So it's weird that we're fearing this. Do we want to also say something about why. It's wrong to say what the economy needs. Now is a boost in public investment. So called I mean. I think I'm sure we've hit this. Before Cause Krugman's argument has been with interest rates. So low you know the Federal Government can borrow at almost nothing. And so why wouldn't we want to do that. Had since we have to rebuild our bridges and stuff anyway that kind of thing I mean just to offer cough well for one thing. That stuff shouldn't be quote publicly owned and the they they should privatize that stuff. So in general the reason that these things that are controlled by the government are always in such disrepair is because they're controlled by the the government. It's not because of the nature of ours because of heartless Republicans You had roles that were privately owned in addition to not having as many potholes. You also wouldn't have traffic. Traffic jams is a regular thing because they would charge tolls accordingly. And so that would be you know more expensive as riot during rush hour than the traffic within out and because of the high profits they were built more Blah Blah Blah Blah. Just like you know. It's not that Movie theaters on opening night. You can never get Cedar or people are piling on top of that sort of thing that private businesses when they can control the flow of traffic over there or to get access to their products. They do it a much more efficient way in sensible way than the government run subways roads. So that's that's one thing as far as it. Yeah of course if the canes argument again they crewman's been saying we. We need the spending for for ten years now. So it's lead. I don't think that's the reason that the economy's bad but I don't want to lead people to believe that we rehearse these or plans episodes out because by the way if we did and this was the result that would be severe disappoint. Yeah so I don't want them getting that impression but I have a funny feeling. There may be a so called Krugman contradiction with K in particular column. What would that be well? Well it turns out. Yeah Krugman this column. Has Everything Good Economics Tribune saying some ridiculous things and the cherished crewmen contradiction. So he's he's talking about Elizabeth Warren. If it's interesting your hypothesis Tom. That may be Krugman's trying to pivot away from Warren. And maybe you know. Be Open to a sanded. I I don't know whether that's what's going on here. I think he's clearly still trying to salvage warrants so just to set the context he says. Elizabeth Warren Questioned Burnett premise saying that the principal reason. We're losing jobs is trade policy that encouraged jobs to move overseas. This claim was slammed by the fact checkers. The Associated Press who declared that automation was the primary culprit manufacturing job loss between two thousand and two thousand ten. And so. Now here's Krugman. You know. Defending her are as it happens. Warren was more right than the supposed. Fact checkers reasonable estimates say that trade was responsible for a large urge share of manufacturing job loss in the decade before the great recession. Sue that jumped out at me because no I because Donald Trump has been blaming the loss particularly among coal miners but just more generally you know manufacturing job. He's been what blaming that. On outsourcing to China and Krugman has always been saying saying no donald trump was completely full of it. Trade has very little to do with this with these job movements right and so I just to make sure I'm not crazy. I went to look it up and and I found that example. So this is from May Nineteen two thousand fifteen the title of this trade and the decline of US Manufacturing Employment Krugman starts out in twenty. Fifteen post is mad iglesias notes. Many people believe that. US manufacturing has disappeared because it has all moved to China in Mexico. But they're largely wrong okay and so that's what Elizabeth Warren was saying and then just to seal the deal. I'M NOT GONNA go through the arguments events. He gives the concluding Paragraph Twenty fifteen post. Is this for the most part in other words. Declining manufacturing employment isn't due to trade again again that doesn't mean that trade deficits are okay or the trade hasn't had other effects but even if we'd had a highly protectionist world or in some other way blocked the move into the trade deficit we'd still have seen most most of the great decline in industrial jobs. So here Tom you might have thought no Bob. That's not a contradiction with a K.. That's just a flat-out contradiction with a C.. And I thought well maybe it has has to do with the timing because when he's defending Warren he says for you know before the great recession but no I mean crew was saying twenty fifteen includes that period. So here's what I think it is time you ready. Okay if you look Krugman when he's defending Warren. He doesn't say I Paul Krugman Stink. This this is what's going on. He says reasonable estimates say that trade was responsible for a large share of manufacturing job loss. And as that medically she has post who said that was the news to say a lot of people have been saying this but actually I don't think that's right so I think that's what's going on. I think in this column crewmen is just just of referring to the fact that yeah a Lotta people. been saying that even though crewman's on record before and those people are all wrong. I think that's what's going on. Maybe so so. That was you know it's good to be back in the saddle here like this. Yeah that that's exactly how I would put it all right well. There's you're for those people who who want to have a Krugman column with some economics that we can talk about there you go you got it you got it linked to Contra Krugman dot com slash is two. Oh nine and give you one more thing. Yeah this course we can yes about besides you know all the incentives lives and this and that and the you know Oh gee would you just even superficially the idea that Oh because we're all this automations coming on and huge portions portions of the labor force are just going to be unemployable. In the way we're going to solve that is to have the federal government just institute this new Dole to get everybody on that in a- and I think I said this in previous episodes time where a lot of billionaires are on board with this stuff I mean in terms of of the future we want what were a few billionaires own all the robots in most of the population just sits back you know playing video games and getting checks from the government in terms of a totalitarian in future state that that's kind of what it would look like right. I mean so I it's it's not merely that I'm single is impractical I. It's just the whole vision. It gives me the creeps so I just want to say that. Yeah by the way. 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I've been meaning to catch up with you on what you're up to because you were I don't know maybe in a bit out of transition the last time we spoke. What exactly is your primary work these days? And what institution are you with. Like what exactly are you up to right right now. Oh so I've spent most of the past two years spending time with my wife and kids writing a couple of different books and in kind of catching my breath. After spending a number of years fighting the belly of the beast as they say so I just have my own small business we started elderberry elderberry syrup. Business as part of our farm. That's been really really successful That we're hoping to really scale up this year. wrote a few different books. Books enjoyed some time with my young kids as you understand. It's it's always like the challenge of a dad or like the time you most need to be working the most to provide for your family Elia's also like those critical years. Your kids are small and stuff. So that's really the big things I've been into the past few years. Well I thought in addition to this important conference you're putting on which will talk about in a little while you might update us on just the general topic a topic that you follow all of very very closely of government regulation and of and intervention into food and farming and the sorts of things. Going on that a casual observer like me would know about it is obviously. There's the big picture issues going on right now. Involving the trade war with China and the end you know how that impacts it's made out to be a very big deal in terms of its impact on American farmers and it is a big deal but it's only a big deal because the government already so messed up the food and farming economy in the United States in. Oh so if we hadn't turned everything I'm from Ohio to Colorado into an endless sea of soy and corn than you know we then have to be bailing out farmers whenever we get ended geopolitical. Kerr tussles with other nations. So obviously there's some of that big stuff that people are aware of. You know on kind of like the small day aide today. Level the FIZZ MMA food safety modernization act is finally being implemented in. That had some really interesting stuff. Love pop up so far. A for instance It's been targeting from what I've been told by a number of different people in different states feed melts so the places that a lot of farmers especially smaller farmers who aren't vertically integrated or part of Tyson and purdue and other vertically integrated ended operations You know yeah these local feed mills. Were you go to buy feed for your animals and a lot of the feed mills now are both increasing pricing facing increasing minimum order sizes and passing things on to their local farmers because Bismah is in snaring and entangling a lot of businesses. That no one really imagined new. We're going to get caught up in this new regulatory Schema and so that's going to be really really interesting as they continue to roll outfits MMA and to see how that like frills through especially the the alternative food economy since generally speaking you know when regulations head they say it's about you know keeping the big guy in check but it's the the little guy who always pays the price talk to me about You were telling me about the cottage food folks and apparently the rise of this phenomenon seems to be irritating the regulators. Why should that be? Yeah so yeah so you know just a few weeks ago. In Louisville there is. I guess it's considered the nation's premier premier biggest food safety conference and a couple of people I know went and attended and they were sharing. How that it came up in a number of different Sessions that you know these people in the basically corporate food system. The regulatory food system really really don't like the increasing. We sing growth and diversity of the cottage food alternative that some different states have adopted in different ways and need a basically so readers understand listeners. Understand what we're talking about you know. Usually cottage food is food. That's produced right in someone's home uh-huh so it doesn't have to be done in a certified kitchen You know it's not generally subject to state or federal inspection so it's a regulators worst nightmare because it's something that they don't get to regulate and Edo different states have different things you're allowed to do under cottage food. And because of the work of the Institute for Justice quite a few states have adopted did much improved greatly expanded cottage food laws over the past five to six years so starting to become a really viable able a way to start a small business and a lot of these states. But a lot of you know the regulatory people really don't like these laws because you know they they The is going to cause a mass outbreak. Everybody's GonNa die if they can buy a loaf of bread out of somebody else's kitchen instead of buying it from Kroger Type Rationale so. So it's very very interesting area because I know in the states that have adopted more expensive cottage food bills they they have seen an explosion and small businesses. They can operate under those exemptions which is exactly what you and I would expect because the biggest reason then we don't have more. Small businesses in America is the barrier to entry. If you have to go through a certified kitchen and all these other hoops and regulations and you know basically makes it impossible for somebody who's wanting to pursue their dreams and their ideas. Let's talk about this further because I I'm not sure sure this quite qualifies but nevertheless it does call to mind something from my past about ten years ago. I was living in Auburn Alabama and and there was a woman on my street who made the most delicious chicken salad you've ever eaten. I mean I didn't even like chicken salad that's early so I thought that I had occurs and I just couldn't stop eating it and pretty soon. We were all addicted to it. And then one day it stopped being produced and the reason why she got a threatening threatening lesser gleaning to her that she did not qualify to be vendor of chicken salad because she didn't have a kitchen that could be inspected all all this sort of thing right. She was making it out of her home. So we're all having withdrawal from having no chicken salad. It was unbelievable. So what that wound up doing was causing her to decide to go into business have an industrial sort of oven and kitchen and so she started chain that is now very successful throughout the southeastern the United States called Chicken Salad Chick and that came out of her efforts in in Auburn Alabama. Being shut down and stymied I made because she was just opting out of her own kitchen. There's there's no way anybody other than a competing. Chicken Salad Seller was responsible for having that a letter sent to her. I mean that's no way it was that she made much better chicken salad. Anybody else but she did wind up having the last laugh as because now she has a crazily successful chain gene franchise operation. But is that kind of like what you're talking about. Yeah and that's what like in a number of states dates because there is so many people operating in grade black areas one reason cottage food laws have been adopted did is to allow people to do with. That lady was doing so they can grow to the point where even though it's not pleasant And even even though. I don't think they really shouldn't have to. They can then transition into the full regulatory system once they reach a certain size and scale gail. Because there's just so many people going rogue and say well I'm GonNa do this anyway and hopefully by the time I finally get the letter. I'll be big enough enough at that point to to make the jump into this other system and not have it squash my dreams and destroy my business. Let's talk about how farmers are doing these days and let's start first of all with what do you think about the claim that the trump trump tariffs have had this kind of boomerang effect on farmers that that a lot of people predicted they would have that farmers are selling less abroad. Is that really having noticeable effect on their bottom line or what what factors overall or contributing to the state of American farms. And what is the state of American farmers for that matter bit will in the first thing is the state. The State of American farmers has been bad for decades. So you know we basically had like three. Four bad decades with occasional goodyear's like American farmers as a few people have put. It are the ultimate welfare Queens It Oh you look at the amount of money that the federal government funnels especially corn soy growers who insurance programs is and other stuff and and it is just a flabbergasting amount of money to prop up a foreign policy adopted. You know fifty some years ago go ahead and you know. We'll we come to today to this issue with the tariffs to how that impacts farmers it. Oh I just kind of sit here and go so if we hadn't turned everything from Ohio to Colorado into an endless sea of corn soy. We wouldn't have all of of these problems. Every time we get into a geopolitical Kerr tough with another nation And and if we weren't using food as a foreign policy retool and and as a way to influence into other stuff and if we didn't have this mistaken idea that we have to feed the world and we have to do at us the US tax payer expense. It is the problem with the farming issue. Is it kind of robes in geopolitics politics economics and foreign policy and so much else it just ugly. It's just sad The we know the rural state of Rural America is a nightmare. I think it might have been the New York Times. They even ran an article. Basically arguing like large portions of rural. America are basically like the new ghetto. They're just so economically crippled so riddled with drugs blogs alcohol Havi unemployment and that's just the end result of you know thirty forty years of not just foreign policy but in a really a regulatory environment that has strangled all sorts of jobs out of America and enforce them overseas to where they could be done. Competitively what do you think the. US government's food and farming policy ought to be or I like what New Zealand did where New Zealand basically figured might have been in the early two thousands where they just realized. I that you know. Freedom is the way to go for their farmers and they need to quit trying to subsidize and pick winners and losers and try and balance supply and demand. The there's an article circulating on facebook. Recently you know about how in Michigan You know the government forced farmers to let you know hundreds of thousands of pounds of Cherries wrought in the orchards rather rather than allow them to sell them. Because of you know production quotas and price controls in things and it just. It doesn't work We should latte farmers and consumers build a food economy. That will actually work. Can that isn't dependent on tens of billions of dollars colors of annual bailouts to make it happen and the New Zealand model was great. Because you know basically it was very Ron Paul like where they they realize. The government had totally fudged up the food and farming sector in New Zealand and so they realized they couldn't just go cold Turkey so they a provided a number of years of transitional services the farmers they said. Hey you know like in three years the welfare ends all this kind of stuff stuff ends all this nonsense going away. So you have three years of some supported programs to help you transition into a model where our government isn't going to be doing this stuff anymore. and now New Zealand has a really robust very successful very resilient farm economy and it's great and it would be amazing if America would do something like that but the special interests definitely do not wanna see something like that happen here. Do you talked to a lot of ordinary farmers in the course of what you do. Yeah will you. 'cause we live in farmland in Kentucky and we raise animals so I buy feed directly directly from a neighbor and tons of my neighbors are farmers and on occasion I'll go to the cattle stockyard auction sale And and basically gets a drink like take a long deep drink of despair At the at the you know the auction that happens down the road all the time. Yeah so I get to talk to farmers both in my area and then you know I still get phone calls from farmers all over the nation when they're being harassed by government people and then you know one of the few things facebook is really great for is a lot of the groups. I'm a part of on facebook. Let me connect with farmers homesteaders letters all over the country. So yes so I get to talk with a wide swath of different kinds of farmers in basis and probably the typical farmer is not rigidly ideological. So doesn't look at the world through that kind of Lens. But what do they want. Can you generalize. Oh I don't think you can. I don't know. Ah Farmers know what they want anymore. the farmer bankruptcies farmer suicides aid I think the age of the average Ridge farmer in America now might be in the high sixties that might have even broken into the low seventies in. Oh because very few view kids want to go into farming when their parents retire. And so I think it's hard to say because farmers are not a monolithic. Dick Block culturally all anymore So do and there's a very big divide in terms of like the farming community unity in terms of those who are commodity growers who are caught up in the corn. Soy another commodity grain growing system versus farmers who are vegetable growers farmers. who were in dairy? Dairy has just been an absolute catastrophe in the united rated states. Over the past. Couple of years I know like the dairy prices have just plummeted view. Organic dairy industry became a disaster. Very quickly it is. I think the biggest thing is the farmers are just so beaten up from again does a decade after decade of debt and negative net farm income and just hoping that the government checks at the end of the year will be enough to push I than back into profitability. You do I think most of them haven't really stepped back enough to think about. What would they want if they could get something different it is? They've lived so long in survival mode. John I WANNA talk about your conference because it's full of interesting stuff and interesting people doing things that that are going to inspire us. Because they're acting really boldly against you know a regulatory apparatus that's that's very difficult to crack through their operating eating against a lot of entrenched ways of thinking and it's very inspiring so we'll get to that just as soon as we talk to the folks here folks where we continue. I WanNa take a quick break to console you if you are like the typical. Tom would show listener. 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He approached me about it and at the time he was just too booked up to really pursue it but but basically it's a conference Ito. You can go to hundreds of websites hundreds of conferences that will teach you to try and comply The Ito to jump through all the hoops to cross. All the t's and dot the the is in tried to reply with the ever growing regulatory state. But where can you go if you want to learn how to circumvent and rather than comply and that is what this conference is all about. It is a bunch of really really interesting people who I cannot outweighed. Meet some of them in person who basically were just like. I'm GONNA find a way to do this anyway in I'm GonNa do it. You know by circumventing contain the regulatory system. So one of the people who speaking as lady by the name of Nitty Bali and she's in North Carolina and from what I understand stand. North Carolina is just a disaster when it comes to free speech about health and nutrition so my understanding is like there. Here's a guy who had a really successful blog. Because he treated his diabetes like Akito Paleo Type Diet and the Rd lobby the registered Dietitians and stuff North Carolina. They had the licensing board basically. Like go after this guy brutally or you know giving nutritional nutritional advice without a license and so she is also in North Carolina and she wanted to be able to speak freely about you know her thoughts on the health benefits of certain foods and certain diets and she also wanted to be able to distribute food to people especially foods that the regulatory state often frowns upon foods like raw milk in unwashed eggs and all kinds of other stuff so she started a five. Oh one one C three church so she took the the constitutional legal protections of church in the legal format of five five. Oh One C.. Three and like mash them together to create an entity entity that thus far has completely stymied the regulators in and her state so so she's gone rogue wow okay. That's an example. Yeah another great. One is Comey's Davis this. WHO's out of Portland? I believe she wanted to do local meat. And you know to do meet in America if you want if I wanted ended to sell you a pork chop from one of my pigs. It has to go through a multi million dollar. USDA inspected butchering facility and CAMIS. AMIS realized she didn't have multiple millions of dollars laying around to bill the buttering facility so she founded. What's known as I believe the Portland meet cooperatives and it's an educational cooperative? That leads them do local meat. Without falling. Under Regulatory Tori purview. And it's just amazing like what they've done and what they're doing So the conference is going to be both practice in coal and inspirational it. Add really. Were hoping conversationalist sense of we want people to come. We want people to see some of these really the innovative models so that they will continue to innovate around the regulatory state. And come up. With even other new adopt some of these options in their own areas or innovate new ideas that allow them to pursue their dreams and food and farming And you know basically as a way to push back so I'm very excited about some of the speakers and a weather going to be able to talk about in in in different ways different ways. They're playing ball in the insanely over. over-regulated food and farming sphere congressman. Thomas Thomas Massie apparently is one of your speakers and he's a tremendous guy to listen to so it definitely sounds like something that people with an interest in this and and by the way. That's a big chunk of my audience will want to attend so where exactly so taking place. So it's taking place at the Cincinnati Airport Erin Kentucky because the airport is actually on the Kentucky side of the Ohio River And so it's January twenty fifth it. You know we've we've tried to make achot super affordable event because we want a lot of people who have dreams of starting a small business in this area usually don't have gobs of money And the the great thing is like Joel who dreamed up the event Holly faces donating food for the event. A bunch of other farmers are right down to the menu. It's all going to reflect the type of food and farming economy and dreams. We have So it's GonNa be a real good time. January twenty fifth the the website once again is rogue food conference DOT COM. I'm linking to it at Tom. Woods dot com slash fourteen. Seventy six. So if you're driving around just think fourteen seventy six get back. We'll have the link up there. Well I hope it's a big success for you. I Love I just love examples of people just fighting back or just doing things without asking permission just carrying on as if they live in a free society. And it's it's tremendous and I'm glad you're at the forefront of it keeping an eye on what's going on so that the rest of us can be informed. Thanks so much John Best of luck great. Thanks all right folks one quick note for you if you have a website. Don't let that be a lazy bum. Not pulling its weight. Make sure you monetize that that thing. I got a little over the shoulder video where I show you half a dozen ways. I monetize my websites. And if you'd like to know what I'm doing how I'm doing it you can watch that video yourself. Check it out at Tom Dot com slash monetize. And I will see you tomorrow night tomorrow. You cannot miss tomorrow. Fourteen seventy seven about public public education and the stories. We're GONNA find out from somebody on the inside. You cannot miss that. But in the meantime head over Tom dot com slash monetize. And I'll see you tomorrow. Become a smarter libertarian. In just thirty minutes a day visit Tom. WOODS DOT COM to subscribe to the show for free. 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The famous store that meltzer loves go in Tokyo so yeah and they look amazingly the same. It's ridiculous well. We got a lot to get into here today. Everybody it is Friday in so gyms joining us Mike Super. VGA IS GONNA join us and we'll take your phone calls here today. It's open line Friday. I promise this would happen. So do your best one. Eight hundred eight seven play one. Eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine. If you do not WanNa call you can always send us a text message for two five seven eight zero seven five six six my email Brian and wrestling observer dot com. You can send emails at Bryan Alvarez on Twitter Mike is s V. Jim Valley believe it or not is at Jim Valley Valley on twitter. We got a lot of news the ratings for last night at exte- way up sixteen percent from last week and annex t not down and I'm GonNa tell you I think that is in both cases. We'll get some thoughts from Jim on both shows. We got an announcement for raw rob Monday. 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Hey W dynamite ratings up sixteen sixteen percent from last week averaging nine hundred and fifty seven thousand viewers dynamite finish fifth for the night on cable in eighteen to forty nine any point four three rating and that important category numbers of twenty two percent from the previous week. NFC ON USA down eight percent in total viewers averaging seven hundred fifty thousand viewers in eighteen to forty nine. They finished twenty second on the night with a point to five rating down seventeen percent from last week. Awb every demo except for persons over fifty. which is the case? Most weeks exte- had an edge point two three point three five two point two nine in that demo dynamite automate strongest and males eighteen to forty nine point five five rating. Almost doubling eggs T. A. W. number almost identical with where the show finished October twenty third and Audience has grown percent from that date likely the effects of the current angle involving an extreme version of Ron smacktalk leading into survivor series. So a couple of things. The AWA number was clearly helped by the fact that was coming off a pay per view. There is such thing as a pay per view bump but obviously honestly. It was not helped that much because the show this week and the show last week opened it almost the same number. So what happened last week. Was I've talked about this before. Annex T was coming off the annex t invasion of smackdown which was was such that smackdown was such a great show and follow was not as good on Robin they did follow it out and sew. INEX- tea had some momentum. And so so what they did was they just did an xt they did not announce that the OC was going to be there they did not announce it. Aj Styles is going to be there so so what happened was annexed teaches opened as normal and as everybody found out that they were going to be on the show their audience started to grow about halfway through the show and the w audience fell at that point during the show. There's not a giant crossover between aws annex t but there is a crossover when Awa went off the air this week about two hundred thousand people switched to an xt for that last nine minutes so if that had not happened the annex t rating would have. I've been around seven hundred and thirty thousand and not seven hundred and fifty thousand so the overrun bump help them this week so I think what happened was was last week. A bunch of people heard that the A. C. J. or the OC AJ. I wonder how would you you if Oj was on Annex T. They figured out that they were going to wrestle. In the main event and so they all tuned in and the annex t number grew and the w number fell and it was neck and neck so if I were an xt. And I saw that ratings pattern. I think it would be abundantly. Clear that on rod this week you need to announce very likely. There's going to be an invasion of annex t this week well guess what they didn't do do they didn't announce it and I had people last week telling me how stupid I was for saying that they should have announced. Aj in the O.. C. I had people I'll say oh it should have been a surprise if they would have ruined the surprise you would have been mad now. This is a prize. People are going to tune into INEX- expecting a surprise. Well guess guess what that didn't happen. They did not tune into annex. T expecting a surprise. It was just a normal annex t number so that hurt and exceed this week not announcing anybody and what also hurt is on rob Monday. Everybody that was listed as an annex t talent got beaten and several rule of them got squashed and so not announcing main roster talent and squashing and beating annex t talent on raw that led to exceed. Doing what they they did here. And obviously Awa benefited from pay per view bump Awa benefited from next announcing main roster talent. Awa benefited from Chris. Jericho all all of these things helped a w and they almost hit a million viewers again and those ear numbers. So we'll start with you. Jimmy commentary in any of this. I think your analysis is. He's perfect that said at some point. The invasion angle is going to go away or it's going to lose it's momentum and people aren't going to carry more because because it's going to be commonplace at some point when this comes to an end you still have to have the talent stand on. Its own that was an awesome show. Wednesday bolt shows were amazing. And I think that if you look at the show if you talk about annex t I mean Angel Garza is incredible. I think I love Leo Russia's new new gear. He feels refreshed any feels like he's found something that was kind of missing. I felt from Leo Rush. The women's match was great. Keith Lee. You know I've seen a lot of people on twitter. Talk about keithly always been awesome and sometimes people are critical of annexed saying Oh that person could just go to the main roster. What's the big deal so you can find the camera? This is all pointless. They're just keeping people down or wasting time. This is a better keithly. He is taken direction. And whatever what is happening. It's a collaboration. He's better keithly and I love the fact that you know. He's he's not thin and he's not trying to cover up his body and he looks great and he looks confident. Great Promo Ditto Matthew Riddle Yoshahara is amazing medium that was a star making performance formats from me again and I think yes on. USA Network but it still has to create stars of the future. And they're doing that and I think that's the main purpose urinalysis on ratings. Were exactly right but at some point this is going to have to come to an end and the talent is still going to draw on their weeks from now the talent is is GonNa draw on their own and I think putting a spotlight on just the talent to get people excited about that. There's a lot of cool things happening on annexing. I just enjoyed it mike any thoughts. It's no matter what they do with survivor series in two weeks. I'm still probably going to be pretty invested with what goes on on an xt. And I I may not like everything. They do with people from next on on survivor series. And what would they do with those people on wrong on smackdown but again I betcha it doesn't matter what the ratings are no matter what they do on those other shows that sandwich the week I'm still probably going to be pretty satisfied with an x t and it's almost kind of painful to talk about ratings and I know they're so important. WWe because of the word that they've started in everything but Wednesday. Still going to be the day that I look forward to. That's for sure. Well here we go again. This person says these damn ratings are just not the same value as years ago because of streaming and Internet. I haven't seen anything telling me how Hulu does and how many of them correlate with TV. Ratings I myself have a live streaming way to watch on my phone own. That's totally free with no sub or anything I only pay for Internet at my house. Hulu and WWE network. I am tired of comparing ten million so-called fans watching years ago the numbers now because there was only one way to watch TV ratings will continue to drop forever because it is a dead medium. Listen to read the rest of this. There's this thing where people live their life and they presume that the way I live my life is way everybody else lives their life and it's is not the case I'm happy that you don't have a TV and that you stream on your phone but there are over a hundred million people that are watching television vision and I know that people like to think. Oh well I watch on playstation view. It doesn't count. Oh what about these streaming numbers virtually every single all streaming service counts in the Nielsen Ratings. If you're watching on Hulu plus if you're watching on Youtube. TV If you're watching on any of these mediums your being counted and on top of that the idea that ratings don't matter if they don't matter to you then they don't matter to you but you know what they're more important now than they have ever been because this these ratings are what determines who gets television deals and who does not and W E is surviving today in part because of these gigantic television deals that they got because of their ratings and eight W when they're deal with. TNT has done it will be time to negotiate for a new deal and those negotiations will not be done based on twitter or social media or anything of that nature they will be done solely on television ratings if the television in ratings are good for eight w they will get a new and more lucrative television deal. If they're not they won't if exte- ratings drop to four hundred thousand it. It doesn't matter whether you think that the ratings are important or not. The average in that time slot on USA network is about seven hundred thousand viewers and x t is like right there the average. If they do better they'll get a better television deal. If they do four hundred thousand they will be cancelled and Awa will be alone on Wednesday. Nice ratings are more important than ever back in a moment observer live it has been said that everyone has a booking them. But do you have the time or the ability to write your book. Maybe you picked up some skills or head a life experience that you want to pass on in the form of a book to help others others. Maybe you want to leave an autobiography for your family. Or maybe you've built a successful business and you want to share your story at Dorrance Publishing Company. We have professional. You know writers who can help turn your book idea into a finished manuscript quickly and affordably dorrance ghostwriter can provide as much or as little help as you need to complete your your book. 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My first thought was that he made a big mistake. Yeah I know daddy did make a big mistake all right. What's on your mind? That's it all right. Nice call dude an excellent start to open line. Friday is here. Hey Brian yes I want to get back to the ratings. Yes in this all that I. I think what people don't understand is he wasn't wrong go ahead he's the money aspect yes and how much money like for the earnings for example. WWe Successful Youtube Channel. People talk lately about the whole thing and how it's getting so many views on Youtube in the quarterly reports. How much does WWe on Youtube does it say? To the best of my knowledge they make about three million dollars in a quarter for being on Fox television how much she's wwe getting for smackdown. Well see it's a two point. Three billion dollar television deal over five years. Now here's my question. which number is bigger three million million dollars or the billions of dollars you just welded billions are are much bigger in fact so listen? I'm not GonNa have some fun here on the air. Okay so three million. Correct me if I'm wrong here. Everybody Three Million Times four is twelve million right. Yes okay okay. That's twelve million a year twelve times. Five sixty million dollars okay. So we're talking sick actually might be three million per year but we'll just say it's three million per quarter so we're talking sixty million for youtube or two point three rebe billion for television or sixty million for one show in Saudi Arabia or sixty million for one show in Saudi Arabia. So we got some business majors here. They're telling me that these ratings that results in a two point three billion dollar television deal over five years are not as important or are equally equally important as youtube numbers that are GonNa make them sixty million over. The course of five years was a commercial here at the beginning of the show about the education system in this country and it has been made abundantly obvious that there might be a problem. Hey can I just note something to to our first friend and who sent a text about well. What about those people with Hulu in and I will point out? Yes this person that the owners of Hulu do you guys know who they are. NBC Universal Fox. In fact Fox's got a word the ABC's got a tiny little deal where you can actually now get Hulu and ESPN spion. Plus one other properties together. So yeah it's IT'S A it's a group of networks that are helping to put this out there and I have a feeling that they they know exactly who's watching and they're keeping track of this sort of stuff just for their own advertising and other purposes in case people didn't know how that worked as well as DVR ratings things that if you ever heard plus three or plus seven yes even if you watched the show seven days later. Those people aren't as valuable but they're still very valuable in. Yes yes they are checking on those people all right so in. WWE's continued effort to kill me. The rotating tiles will be on the line on Mondays. Go home show for survivor series. The Viking raiders will defend their titles against Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins. Why you ask well L. Writer and Hawkins defeated Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson and the street prophets in a triple threat match at today's house show in Mannheim Germany? I sure hope hope they show that on raw because the last time that Hopkinson writer won a match on raw was April Twenty nine nine twenty nine hundred nineteen. It will beginning a championship match on Monday. Stashing Dawson over. The champions knows against Viking raiders. No but who that will last win. Yes it was over. Dashing Dawson April twenty nine twenty nineteen now tonight on smackdown. So we've got we've got the new day versus the revival in a rematch. We've got shorty G and all levers is dull ziglar and Robert Rude with smackdown spots. That's on the line a TV with Daniel Bryan. Which I presume will be other return to the fiend to take out Daniel Bryan in the MS and then just days after Lacey Evans was just placed on these smackdown women's team for doing nothing? We have got the champion Bailey Facing Nikki Cross and the winner will be on team smackdown. Why is Bailey? Not just on the team. I mean didn't Bailey. Show up on X T and like kill everybody on Wednesday night now. She has to fight Nikki Cross to get on the team. After Lacey Evans was just added to the the team. What Would Nicky Cross who beats nobody? Yes what's going on here besides the obvious Bailey's only the champion the planning whatsoever when it comes to this stuff. That'd be good idea if they did that. They could get their ducks in a row and things of easy and they can. I don't know let's followup this news with Hymie. Hi you're on the air what's up going to ask you hypothetically if filthy got a contract with the