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A highlight from Guest Host Carl Jackson Predicts The Democrat 2024 Nominee Wont Be Joe Biden
"Cable news, noisy, boring, out of touch. That's why Salem News Channel is different. We keep you in the know. Streaming 24 -7 for free. Home to the greatest collection of conservative voices like Dennis Prager, Jay Sekulow, Mike Gallagher, and more. Salem News Channel is unfiltered and unapologetic. Watch anytime on any screen at snc .tv and local now channel 525. This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it all. This is The Mike Gallagher Show. Polls show that Joe Biden is really underwater. I mean, he's really facing, I think it's some of the worst polling for an incumbent president since Jimmy Carter. The Bidens had nothing to sell except the brand, which was Joe Biden. Hunter Biden sold the brand well, making the Biden family millions from China and elsewhere. The leader in the clubhouse remains Donald Trump. I actually called him after the debate and I congratulated him because I said, sir, you won the debate. And now sitting in for Mike today in the ReliefFactor .com studios, here's Carl Jackson. All right, welcome to The Mike Gallagher Show coming to you live from the ReliefFactor .com studio. The number to call into the program 1 -800 -655 -MIKE, 1 -800 -655 -6453. Or you can check us out online at MikeOnline .com. I want to take the time to thank Mike for allowing me to sit behind his microphone and trusting me behind his microphone.
Fresh update on "jay z" discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Welcome back to three points with Chris Mannix, the show where we tackle three of the biggest topics in the NBA each week. We are live on AMP. Make sure you subscribe to the volume sports on AMP for the first listen to every volume podcast. Make sure you follow my feed on AMP as well at Chris Mannix to get the early version of this show. Well, there was a big deal in the NBA on Wednesday. You had Damian Lillard traded to the Milwaukee Bucks, the Phoenix Suns. They get a bunch of pieces in this deal. And the Miami Heat get nothing. Talk about that and every facet of this trade. I want to bring in Mark Medina, longtime NBA writer, Sporting Tribune, Fox Sports Radio does a great job for multiple different outlets. And Mark, let's start with the Milwaukee Bucks and what they're getting and how much, if at all, they are improved. They certainly get better offensively. Damian Lillard coming off a 32 point per game season. Defensively, you can say they take a step back. True holiday that they gave up in the trade. One of the best defensive wings in the NBA. Do you look at the Milwaukee Bucks as a team that got better and how much better did they get? Well, Chris, no doubt they got better. And how much better did they get? I think that they're not the definitive favorites to win the NBA championship. If I had to make a prediction, I would give it to them. I think that they have the best trio in the NBA right now with Giannis Antetokounmpo and Damian Lillard and Chris Middleton. And the reason why this deal was significant is not only are you getting Damian Lillard and his point guard savviness and his scoring mentality, but you're also in effect also securing that Giannis Antetokounmpo is with them for the long term because of his comments this offseason, the New York Times and elsewhere in different podcasts that he wants to see the Bucks continuing to go all in to win a championship. And so no doubt they had to give up, obviously, a really good talent. Drew Holliday, I think one of the most underrated defenders in the NBA, a great two way player. But I think when you add everything up, Damian Lillard will help them much more substantially, especially in their half court game. And I think the bigger part is it should erase any sort of uncertainty that Giannis could help head elsewhere. So you hit on the meatiest part about all this, the half court game, when the Bucks have been beaten in the playoffs over the last few years, even when they've come close to getting beaten, like the Nets series back in 2021, what's gone haywire for them is half court offense. They just have not had the personnel to be an efficient half court offensive team. Giannis is still very good in the half court, much better in transition, but very good in the half court. Chris Middleton, he could score. But Drew Holliday, for all his diverse talents, is not an elite half court offensive player. Damian Lillard is that Damian Lillard averaged 32 points per game last season. He shot 37 percent from three. He is a walking bucket. And if you put him and Giannis in the half court game in a two man game, you are going to ask teams to do the impossible defensively. You can ask them to choose between blitzing Damian Lillard and leaving Giannis with a free run to the basket or sagging off Lillard and giving one of the NBA's best shooters an open look at the bucket. That is just a that is Sophie's choice right there. You can't you can't expect a team to to do to defend that at a particularly high level. So, yeah, they got significantly better on the offensive end of the floor. The potential downfalls of this deal, you look at defense and yeah, there were top five defensive team in the NBA last season. They're going to take a step back because at the point of attack right now, they've got Lillard, they've got Chris Middleton, they've probably got Pat Conant in there. They don't have the defensive minded players that they once did. But I think a lot of those issues can be resolved by the back line, by the fact that Giannis, who, in addition to being an annual MVP candidate, great score, is annually one of the best defensive players in the NBA. Brook Lopez, who is ageless at this point, is consistently the last couple of years, has been in the mix for defensive player of the year. Bobby Portis, really good player coming off a tour with USA Basketball. More often than not, guys benefit from that. And they've got enough there, I think, to protect Lillard and protect some of those weaker defensive players in that backcourt. The other thing I've heard talked about a lot is depth and how much, how the Bucks lost some depth with the guys they traded, specifically Grayson Allen going out as part of that deal. I think that's an issue and one certainly worth talking about. But Conant, as I mentioned, still there. Jay Crowder is still there. Marshawn Beauchamp is still there. You can say Malik Beasley now in that mix, still there. So they've got a reasonable rotation. And I think when players become available after the trade deadline in February, Milwaukee is going to be in a prime position to sign one of them. So they're going to be able to flesh out that rotation before the start of the playoffs. So when I look at the weaknesses, yeah, there are some. There is a downside to acquiring Damian Lillard. But the upside to me is far more significant, don't you think? Oh, without a doubt. I mean, look, when you're making a monumental trade, you're going to have to trade something to get something. But I think that the point that you made that it's not like that they don't have great defensive reinforcements in the front court where they can funnel players to the basket so that they can stop them at the rim. That's number one. Number two, when you're looking at the way that Damian Lillard and Giannis Antetokounmpo and Chris Middleton will score, I mean, we're running out of fingers here. You got Damian Lillard threes. You got Damian Lillard driving the basket. You got Giannis picking roles with him. You got Giannis post-ups. You have Chris Middleton being able to move off the ball with both of those two players showing a lot of attention. And so when he used the math formula, clearly the offense and number of points that they're generate is going to be substantially more than the points that they're going to give up, even when you account for what Drew Holliday did with his perimeter defense. And I think that perhaps is a preamble for both of us to beat up on Miami a little bit. This really illustrates why the Bucks were able to make this deal. They had a player that is worth of interest, a la Drew Holliday, to really make the engine of this trade work. But they also knew that they had depth to fall back on, that if they're making a deal, it's not like that they're going to get Damian Lillard with some top-heavy talent and no depth around him. And that's really what Miami encountered here, where clearly and understandably so, with Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo not being part of these trade discussions. It was a matter of, okay, what else do we have in the cabinet to offer? And if we do offer enough of Tyler Herro and draft picks and any other role player, all of a sudden we don't have a complete roster. And so I think that just really captures why the trade happened this way, as opposed to, oh, Portland wasn't negotiating in good faith or anything like that. I think a key player now for Milwaukee is going to be Jay Crowder. Crowder was a non-factor for this team last year. And the question is, was that because Crowder missed the first half of the season sitting out in Phoenix? Or does it have more to do with Jay Crowder's 33 years old and doesn't have the legs that he once did? Now, both these things can be true, but at some point, Milwaukee is going to need players that can match up with the top perimeter wings in the Eastern Conference. They're gonna have to find a way to match up with Jason Tatum and Jalen Brown. They don't have anybody right now that jumps off the page and you say that's the guy that's going to be not the stopper, but at least deterrent to those types of players. Jay Crowder, at least to me, has the potential. I'm very interested to see what kind of shape Jay Crowder comes into camp as and what kind of role he has in Adrian Griffin's rotation. Because to me, Mark, he's going to be the guy, at least for right now, that they trot out there in defensive situations and say, you got to go make plays. Look, Jay Crowder, you know, certainly a flawed player, has become an inefficient three point shooter over the last couple of years, but he wins. The teams he goes to wins either high number of wins in the regular season, advancing deep in the playoffs, advancing multiple times to the finals. He has been a winner for most of his at least the second half of his career. I'm very interested to see what he has left moving forward because he is going to be, I think, a critical piece to all this. There's never been a better time for football fans to join the huddle for all the hard hitting action with BetMGM. Download the BetMGM app and use bonus code CHAMPION200 when you place a $10 pregame money line wager on any pro football game. You'll receive $200 in bonus bets instantly, regardless of your wager's outcome. 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A highlight from The GOP's Dreadful Second Debate
"Cable news, noisy, boring, out of touch. That's why Salem News Channel is different. We keep you in the know. Streaming 24 -7 for free. Home to the greatest collection of conservative voices like Dennis Prager, Jay Sekulow, Mike Gallagher, and more. Salem News Channel is unfiltered and unapologetic. Watch anytime on any screen at snc .tv and local now channel 525. Hey everybody, what a circus clown show. We recap the Republican debate and also talk about Gavin Newsom. Email us, as always, freedom at charliekirk .com. Subscribe to our podcast, open up your podcast app, type in Charlie Kirk Show, and get involved with Turning Point USA today at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Buckle up everybody, here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campuses. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House, folks.
Fresh update on "jay z" discussed on Thom Hartmann Program
"And that that's all well and good as opposed to having the actual pay for Medicare, but wait until you get sick. And they say, Oh no, we're not going for to pay that drug. You know, we're not going to pay for that treatment. We're not going to pay for that test. It's going to be hell. Anyhow, uh, thanks so much for being with us this week. Special thanks to Louise Hartman, Sean Taylor, Nate Atwell, Jamie Holly, Nigel, Nigel, peacocks, another kid, Patrick, quite Gerald and Halbert, uh, Ron Hartenbaum, chase Frost, Nicholas, Billy, Sweeney, Pat Jay LeBlanc, Al Gorilla rhythm, Jeremy Peterson, uh, Mark Tom, Tom and, uh, Connor Arroyo, Carta Verde and all, all these great folks who work on our program. Thank you to all of you and thank you to you. So get out there, get active, tag, you're it. We got a lot to do here and election coming
A highlight from How Relevant Is The 2nd GOP Debate Without Trumps Attendance?
"Cable news, noisy, boring, out of touch. That's why Salem News Channel is different. We keep you in the know. Streaming 24 -7 for free. Home to the greatest collection of conservative voices like Dennis Prager, Jay Sekulow, Mike Gallagher, and more. Salem News Channel is unfiltered and unapologetic. Watch anytime on any screen at snc .tv and local now channel 525. Mike Gallagher. You know, if you're a news and political junkie, you kind of like seeing ads that run during a big event like tonight's debate. Emily Seidel is about to join us. She's the CEO for Americans for Prosperity. In fact, let's bring her into the conversation now. Emily, it's great having you on the program. Great to see you. And I'm so impressed by the work that Americans for Prosperity is doing on behalf of Americans who are struggling with Bidenomics. We all know that, frankly, the economy, inflation, that's what ought to be front and center tonight. And to that end, AFP is going to run an ad that's going to air, I believe, during the debate or around the debate, certainly on Fox Business Network and Fox News Channel. Let's share the Americans for Prosperity ad with everybody as we kick off our conversation. Ronald Reagan used to ask, Are you better off today than you were before? Sadly, for most Americans, the answer is no. We know that because at Americans for Prosperity, we talk with them every day. Binomics is crushing us. I can't keep up with the rising class of America. This country is on the wrong track. We can do better. But we must focus on solving the issues that matter most. With new leadership and fresh ideas, we can reignite the American dream. You know, Emily, that's such a powerful message because it's what Americans need to hear. I think it's what Americans are craving somebody to give a solution to this economic mess that we are in. And thanks to this grassroots effort on Americans for Prosperity's part, more and more people are focused like a laser on how to get the job done. So first of all, kudos to the great work that AFP is doing in that front. Well, thank you very much. And thanks for having me on. I agree that it's what Americans need to hear. It's also what we're hearing from Americans. We've been knocking on the country. And with that ad, we just wanted to share back what we're hearing from them in a way that hopefully calls on candidates on the debate stage tonight and lawmakers in Washington right now to focus on these issues, the issues that we're hearing matter most to Americans right now, and actually step forward with some solutions. That's what people are looking for. I've invited our audience to support Americans for Prosperity because your grassroots efforts are as impressive as anything I've ever seen. So far, Americans for Prosperity has talked to 4 .6 million voters through phone calls or just good old -fashioned door knocks. What's the message that your folks are hearing from all of those millions of Americans that you're connecting with? Well, it's pretty impressive. 55 % of the people that we've spoken to so far name inflation as their top issue. And we've never seen that kind of focus on a specific issue at this point in a cycle. No other issue. I mean, there are a lot of other really important issues out there, but no other issue is even cracking the 10 % mark. And so that tells you something, the economic Biden agenda is crushing families across the country. And that's what we're hearing far and away the most at the doors and on the phones. You know, I'm going to throw a curveball at you because you've been at this a long time. You've spent really decades working in policy and politics. I've been at this a long time as well as a broadcaster. I've never seen anything like this in terms of what appears to be the intentional destruction of our economy. And I want to pick your brain for a moment. Emily, I want to see if you agree with me that this does not seem to be accidental. Is it a stretch to say that these awful policies that are crushing small business owners, that are hurting farmers, that are hurting the middle class, do you think these are well -intentioned but misguided policies? Or is it indeed intentional damage? I mean, that's a great question. I like to hope that people run for public office to try to serve their communities and just make bad choices sometimes. But at this point, you really need to start asking. I mean, as we're talking to folks across the country, for instance, there's a 71 -year old man that we just talked to in Colorado who's retired, who has to come out of retirement to continue to be able to live, support his wife and his niece who lives with him. We had a grocery store event in Wisconsin where we were giving out $25 gift cards to the grocery store as we were talking to people about the cost of all of this rampant government spending that's been driving inflation and what they can do about it, what their voices can do to try to drive change in the public policy arena. And one woman said that because of that $25 gift card, she didn't have to choose between a portion of her grocery list and diapers for the week for her family. I think that's the most important thing. And I think that's very, very important to the people of the country and they're very frustrated. No, and that frustration, I hear it every single day on the show as well. Emily Seidel, who's the CEO of Americans for Prosperity, is visiting with us here on The Mike Gallagher Show. You can go to americansforprosperity .org and support this very impressive organization that is moving the needle. A lot of Americans know what matters. I like to talk, I use the late great Charles Krauthammer's book title often on my show, Things That Matter. Buying diapers matters. How to pay for the groceries matters. There's going to be a lot tonight, and Americans for Prosperity matters, so go to americansforprosperity .org to support this very important organization. Emily, there's going to be a lot of distractions over the next 18 months. We're going to see all kinds of drama. There's a lot of drama about who's on the debate stage tonight, who's not on the debate stage, what's going to be talked about, what's not going to be talked about. Are you worried that those distractions are going to water down what ought to be the alternative vision that we need to get the country back on track? Are you worried that some of the drama is going to overshadow this crucial, crucial message that we have to stay on point and focus on how to get this country back on the right track economically? I don't think so, and here's why. Because we've been talking with voters across the country, and they are focused. They're focused on listening for what the candidates will do to address the top concerns that they've got. They're wondering, is this crisis of affordability of life, is this the new normal? They want to know what people are going to do to shed the problems of biodynamics and get our country back on track. And so my advice to candidates would be to recognize that those are the people that you're talking to. Don't get distracted by all of the rest of this and focus on the failure of biodynamics and your solutions as candidates for public office to get back on track. So when I invite my audience to support Americans for Prosperity by going to Americansforprosperity .org, I want to make sure we get into the nuts and bolts of what it is you do. Because from where I sit, there is no group in America that connects to the all 50 states and what Americans for Prosperity is specifically doing to grow that army and how our audience can help. So Americans for Prosperity is the largest national grassroots organization that works to advance public policy that's focused on what I talk about as the core principles of freedom and opportunity for every American. And a lot of people ask me, what does that mean to be a national grassroots organization? Well, it means we've built 36 state chapters so far, and we're growing. We've got activists, as you said, in all 50 states. And we work in communities to make sure that people's voices are heard by their lawmakers, whether that's at the state level on critical items of importance to what's happening in your state, whether it's K -12 education reform or anything else, or at the federal level and specifically looking at how we're going to get our country back on track from the failed Biden agenda. But our whole goal is to make it possible for good policy to be good politics so that we can actually get things done that reignite the American dream. And it's all about elevating the voices of Americans to the folks that they've elected to drive that change. This is what it's about. And every single day, people say to me, what can I do? How can I mean, it's one thing to complain about these destructive policies, but it's another thing to take action. Emily Seidel, it seems to me, 40 plus years I've been sitting in front of a microphone. I have never felt a stronger urge to tell everybody, you've got to get off the sidelines. You cannot be passive anymore, because frankly, the country's at stake. And I don't think that's rhetoric. I don't think that's hyperbole. Do you? No, not at all. You know, last cycle, I met this wonderful man up in Pennsylvania who said he was watching TV and he saw one of our commercials and he said, you know, I'm going to stop complaining to my friends about what's happening in our country. I'm going to get off my duff and do something about it. And he came and started knocking doors with Americans for Prosperity and AFP Action, which is a super PAC. Together, last cycle, we were in 457 races across the country. We knocked on more than 7 million doors. We reached tens of millions of voters through phone calls and emails and mail pieces. We're going to do that and more this election cycle. And no matter where you are in the country, if you want to get involved, we've got somebody that can help you get involved. Listen, to learn all about AFP, to join their army, and it is an impressive army indeed. Just go to Americansforprosperity .org, Americansforprosperity .org. Emily Seidel, thank you for spending some time joining us. And we'll be looking forward to seeing your ad tonight on the debate. I'm glad we gave our listeners and our viewers a sneak peek.
Fresh update on "jay z" discussed on Thom Hartmann Program
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A highlight from 6 Tips to Stay Sober on Vacation
"Do you want to stay sober and still travel and have amazing vacations? Maybe you're newly sober and worried about taking your first trip without alcohol, or maybe you've been sober a while, but you have a big trip coming up, a bachelorette party in Vegas or a wedding in Mexico, and that's making you anxious just thinking about doing it without drinking. From pub crawls to beach parties to boozy boat cruises, the thought of traveling can be a major trigger. Whatever your situation might be, you can be a person who travels alcohol -free and still has the time of your life. Hey everybody, welcome to the Addiction Unlimited podcast, where you get to learn everything you want to know about addiction and recovery. I'm your host, Angela Pugh, co -founder of Kansas City Recovery, Life Coach, and Recovering Alcoholics. To learn more about me, you can listen to episode zero on your podcast app, or find us on the web at addictionunlimited .com. What do you have planned for your next trip? A family vacation, a family reunion, a work trip, a camping trip? You're probably thinking days on the beach, nights on the town. It's hard to imagine doing any of it without a drink in hand, especially if you're new to sobriety or if you're facing your first ever sober travel. Going on vacation usually means relaxing and being carefree, and for many of us, relaxing meant excessive consumption of alcohol and or other substances. I was exactly the same way. Every trip I ever took was a drinking trip. I mean, honestly, everything I ever did was about drinking, whether it was a trip or not. But one of the greatest things about being sober is that my whole world expanded, and I mean that literally. I've gotten to travel the world, see beautiful places, have phenomenal experiences that I never could have done in my drinking life. When I was drinking, I would always talk about all the traveling I wanted to do, all the places I wanted to go and see, but I couldn't actually do any of it. I was a bit lucky because I lived in Southern California, and there are a lot of fun things you can do spur of the moment. And I promise you, I have had my fair share of last minute decisions drunken to drive to Vegas after work at 3 a .m. with all my drunk friends. But as a sober person, traveling is full of triggers, and that can feel daunting. And that's one of the main reasons I wanted to start hosting sober vacations. It's so much to think about if you're going on a work trip or a family trip where you may be the only non -drinking person. It's like every event every day comes with its own special side of anxiety as you obsess about getting through each thing without drinking, also without looking like a weirdo being the only one not drinking, and at the same time trying not to be overwhelmed by FOMO and somehow still manage to have some fun. Wow, sounds great, doesn't it? So my first sober vacation group trip is just around the corner, and the next sober vacation with me is in Bali in 2024. So I thought this would be the perfect time to do an episode about traveling and staying sober while you do it. So if you've got a vacation coming up or you're just thinking about traveling or you're traveling with me, here's my advice for taking an epic sober trip. Number one, this is not going to surprise you. If you've been following me for any length of time, you probably know this is going to be the first thing I'm going to say. Plan ahead. Okay, think about what parts of the trip will be most challenging. Will it be the packing, the planning, sitting at the airport, being on the plane, the layover, right? Think it through. What is going to be the most challenging part of the journey for you? And then create solutions for those hardest parts. And one thing you're going to hear me stress throughout this episode too is to do things differently. Okay, your brain makes thousands decisions of all day, every day. So it goes on autopilot a lot, right? Any things we do that are regular we're doing day in and day out, your brain will go on autopilot. Like when you drive to work. Have you ever had one of those moments you start your car and you go and all of a sudden you're at work and you don't really remember the drive because you're on autopilot and that helps your brain conserve energy. So when you're making changes in your life, it's hugely important to do things differently because it snaps you out of that autopilot mode so you don't end up with a drink in your hand. So think this through. Plan ahead. What's going to be your hardest part and then create solutions for the hardest part. Don't just do things on autopilot the way you've always done and then expect to have a different result. If you do everything exactly the way you've always done, you're going to end up with a drink in your hand if you're used to getting to the airport and having a drink in your hand. So do things differently and think this through for when you get there. Also, do you have a hard time in the evening at dinner or is it lunch time? If it's lunch time because you're usually laying on the beach getting your food and drinks served to you, then don't just lay there on the beach like you did in your drinking life. Get up, go for a walk, schedule a surfing lesson, take your own drinks with you. Whatever you need to do, just do it differently. If it's dinner time, schedule an activity for early the next morning so you have something to look forward to and a reason to go back to your room and go to bed early. Do it differently but think through those pieces of the journey. What is going to be most challenging for you and create some solutions for those time frames? And we're going to talk about some of those solutions moving forward. The next one is the flight part. Be prepared to fly. Airports and airplanes are full of potential triggers from long security lines to the liquor they serve during the flight. Try to distract yourself from temptation along the way, right? Buy a yummy coffee or some kind of fruit drink or something after you go through security. Get a treat to make you happy and take your mind off a drink. For me, it's gummies. I'm gummy obsessed. I can buy a bag at the airport. I can keep them handy. I can munch on them while I'm walking around the airport shopping or while I'm working, waiting for my flight. And one of the biggest things that saves me in this whole travel journey and I've traveled a ton. So I'm not super triggered by traveling. I'm an introvert. I just get quiet. I go inside my head in my own little world and I can do it pretty easily. But one of my saving graces is earbuds, right? Put your earbuds in. Take out a good book. Play a game. Listen to podcasts. Listen to music. Anything to keep you occupied throughout the duration of your journey. But be prepared. What is that going to look like? Again, know what the most difficult parts of your journey are going to be and make sure you have things in place to get you through those times. For on the flight, this is the next one. Make an in -flight toolkit. And this is a lot of things I just rattled off. Being on the airplane has its own special brand of triggers, because it's really stressful. It takes a long time, especially if you are impatient and judgy and you're sitting there watching everything everybody does, just tearing them down and being mad that people are taking so long and they're not doing it the way you would do it and the way you think is right. If that's where your thoughts are, listen, you're going to be irritated. Also, the other part of in -flight is airplanes are essentially a giant bar flying through the sky. And if you previously relied on drinks to get you through the airport and or the flight, then I definitely recommend making an airplane toolkit, especially if it's a long flight. You can sleep on planes, then bring the stuff that will make you comfortable to sleep on the plane. Research the best neck pillow and get it. Maybe you already have it, so don't forget it. Take a really good eye mask to block out the brightness of the plane. Also creating some privacy, right? I think all of us know when you look at your neighbor and they've got their earbuds in and an eye mask on, you're not going to be talking to that person and trying to carry on conversation, right? But if you are a person that's an extrovert and you want to chat it up, you want to talk to the people around you, then don't put in your earbuds and put on your eye mask yet. But have your pillow, if it's super long flight, have some compression socks, have plenty of food and snacks in your bag. Have your tablet, you know, an iPad full of books or movies or tv shows. I always take my favorite thermal water cup. It goes with me everywhere in my life and I take it when I travel also. Obviously it's empty. I throw it in my carry -on duffel bag and when the flight attendants come offering drinks, I just hand her my water cup and say, can I get some water? And they fill my water cup, I'm good to go. I also always plan on in wi -flight -fi. I just plan on it. I don't care about the expense. I get a lot of work done when I'm flying because I'm a captive audience, right? There's nothing else. It's not like when I'm at home in my office, like where there's a million distractions and things to do and it's like, oh, let me cook this or start some laundry or make this phone call or take a lunch break, right? When I'm on a flight, I'm captive and that is a beautiful time to get a ton of work done. So I just plan on getting the in -flight wi -fi. I don't care if it's ten dollars for the day or whatever. I'm just doing it. Also, when I have wi -fi, I can log on to any of my streaming services and watch my favorite stuff or I can go on YouTube and put on one of my favorite long podcasts, right? There's all kinds of podcasters that have these super long podcasts like Huberman who I love, right? Huberman Lab. His stuff is like two freaking hours long, but that's a great thing to do in a flight. I've got my earbuds in, log on to YouTube. I can start a Huberman or Lewis Howes or Jay Shetty and I can listen to that while I work and do my thing. Earbuds, earbuds, earbuds. I also take my iPad and I have my favorite game on my iPad. I love playing match 3D and I just went to Phoenix a couple of weeks ago. It was brilliant. I went to see my best friend and his family and it was the first time I ever like took my iPad to play my game, but it was amazing, especially when you're sitting in your seat and you're waiting for everybody else to board. All that impatient judginess I was talking about, distract yourself from that. Don't put yourself in a bad mood or cause yourself unnecessary stress or create a bunch of negative thinking. It's just not worth it. It's dumb. It's pointless. It's a waste of your energy. So I just sat there and opened up my iPad and I played match 3D and that's what I did and it was perfect, especially until we took off and then I got on my computer and whatever.
Fresh update on "jay z" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Restarting you will remember it was paused three and a half years as a result of COVID the pandemic some experts say that some people are already having problems trying to pay back their loan executive director of the student borrower protection center Mike Pierce says right now people are already experiencing problems with student loan servicers they are routinely providing wrong information to people they're keeping people on hold for hours. The system itself is not working and he says if the government shuts down people are not gonna have the benefit of the federal employees at Department the of Education that are there to fix problems and that are there to keep these student loan companies honest. He says trying people to pay back their loans can expect things to get worse. Acacia James WTOP news. In health -related news and new this morning on WTOP Saturday a federal judge will not block the Biden administration's Medicare drug price negotiation program. This means that pharmaceutical companies will have to negotiate Medicare drug prices with the government itself. An Ohio judge has issued a ruling this week on Friday denying apparently a preliminary injunction sought by the US Chamber of Commerce. Now the chamber is one of the largest actual lobbying groups in the country and was hoping to block the price talks before were they set to begin on October 1st. Resident Joe Biden's inflation reduction act which passed on a line party vote last year gave Medicare the power to directly hash out drug prices with manufacturers for the first time in its nearly 60 -year history. To the world of entertainment this morning his 2007 film once won the Oscar for Best Original Song with Falling Slowly. As we hear this morning from Jay Frey, WTO entertainment editor Jason Fraley, John Carney's new movie Flora and Son premieres on Apple TV Plus this weekend. A single mom salvages a guitar from the trash in Dublin in the hopes of reaching her teenage son. Happy birthday. Don't want to play. Since when am I a guitarist? It's no surprise that Eve Hewson can sing Her Dad is You to his Bono but
A highlight from 0332: Get Your Game Published with Jay Powell
"What's up everybody, welcome to another episode of Game Dev Unchained, the number one game development podcast about game development and the lifestyle thereof. I am your host, Brandon Pham, and with me, an old friend, Jay Powell. Hey Brandon, it's good to be back, man. All right, man. This is the part of the podcast where I ask our guests, which is yourself, a little bit about yourself, where you've been, where you're at, where you're heading before we get into it. So where I've been 25 years on the business side of games. So a bit of a background. I started out as an agent, did some of the very first publishing deals for Paradox and the People Can Fly, Starbreeze, did that for a little while. Then we transitioned that into a casual game publisher, which I ran the acquisitions and built the distribution network for, did that for about three more years and left to start what we would now call a production firm, but a production studio. But back then, no one knew what that was. So developers thought we were publishers and publishers thought we were developers, and we were truthfully just in the middle of coordinating everything. Did that for three years, and then I founded the Powell Group. And so there's two sides of my world now. One is the Powell Group consulting side, which we do everything from helping developers find publishers to scouting games for publishers and investors and doing audits on projects. Basically, if it revolves around the business side of the industry, we do something with it. But then my pride and joy is indie game business, which we started probably five years ago at this point. That just had years of frustration with no one teaching developers how to do business and finally just said, okay, never mind, I'll do it myself. And with the help of Dan, aka Indie, on Twitch, we started a small little Twitch channel that every week we sat down and did interviews or sessions or Q &A talking about the business, the marketing, the licensing side of things. And then that grew into a big Discord channel. We've got close to 6 ,000 industry professionals in that now. And we turned the Twitch channel into a podcast, which made everything even bigger. And so now we stream every week on YouTube, which LinkedIn and Facebook, plus it's live on our Discord. But the big thing is every single session we've ever done, every conference session, every podcast with experts in the industry, it's all 100 % free. We don't lock anything behind a vault or something like that. You just go to our YouTube page. And if you want to learn about business, marketing, licensing, how to build a pitch deck, all of that stuff is right there and it's free.
Fresh update on "jay z" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Cable news, noisy, boring, out of touch. That's why Salem News Channel is different. We keep you in the know. Streaming 24-7 for free. Home to the greatest collection of conservative voices like Dennis Prager, Jay Sekulow, Mike Gallagher, and more. Salem News Channel is unfiltered and unapologetic. Watch anytime on any screen at snc.tv and local now channel 525. This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it all. This is The Mike Gallagher Show. Polls show that Joe Biden is really underwater. I mean, he's really facing, I think it's some of the worst polling for an incumbent president since Jimmy Carter. The Bidens had nothing to sell except the brand, which was Joe Biden. Hunter Biden sold the brand well, making the Biden family millions from China and elsewhere. The leader in the clubhouse remains Donald Trump. I actually called him after the debate and I congratulated him because I said, sir, you won the debate. And now sitting in for Mike today in the ReliefFactor.com studios, here's Carl Jackson. All right, welcome to The Mike Gallagher Show coming to you live from the ReliefFactor.com studio. The number to call into the program 1-800-655-MIKE, 1-800-655-6453. Or you can check us out online at MikeOnline.com. I want to take the time to thank Mike for allowing me to sit behind his microphone and trusting me behind his microphone.
A highlight from Eric Diaz's Journey From the University of Georgia to Coaching Rising American Alex Michelsen
"Welcome to the official tennis .com podcast featuring professional coach and community leader Kamau Murray. Welcome to the tennis .com podcast. We are here with Eric Diaz. You remember the name? Eric is son of Manny Diaz, coach of Alex Mickelson, Werner Tan, and right now has his own thing called tier one performance out in the Irvine area. Welcome to the show, Eric. How's it going? Thanks for having me. Thanks for having me. It's great to be on. Great to be on. So I interviewed your dad probably about 2 months ago. That was, you know, we were poking fun about him redshirting Ethan Quinn, you know, not choosing not to play Ethan Quinn later. You know he wins NCAA the next year. It was kind of like, what were you thinking, right? Yeah, one of those tough ones. Oh yeah, it was kind of like, did you think he wasn't ready? Was he, did he think he wasn't ready? Like, you know, you probably could have won NCAA twice. That kind of thing but you obviously came from good tennis pedigree. So, I guess the first obvious question was what was it like growing up with your dad being Manny? You know, because I, it's hard not to take work home, right? Let's just put it that way. You're a tennis coach and a child of a tennis dad. Yeah. You know, I don't know. I think anybody that's been in tennis for a long time knows it's kind of a lifestyle a little bit. You know, there's definitely being the tennis coach and kind of, you know, working toward things but it's also, I don't know, the sport takes so much of you that sometimes, you know, it just feels like, you know, it's second nature. It's kind of a part of it. So, I mean, growing up in Athens, growing up around Dan McGill Complex was always a treat. That was back when NCAA's were kind of always hosted in Athens. So, I got to watch, you know, all the college greats. I grew up watching the Bryan brothers get, you know, sadly then they were kind of pegging some of our guys in doubles matches but, you know, it was really cool being able to sit court side, watch those guys and then, you know, be able to watch them on TV a little bit later. Really cool. Really cool experience growing up. Now, from a junior career, did your dad coach you your whole career or did he hire private coaches to sort of teach you technique? Because I know, you know, coaching at a program like UGA, it is very demanding and sometimes the children of the tennis coach lose out to the actual players and the people who are paying. So, did he coach you? How was that? You know, he coached me. I think he tried to coach me but at the same time, he also didn't want to put too much pressure on me to like, you know, really play tennis and go in. So, he kind of let it be my own thing. I started, I actually went to Athens Country Club, great little spot on the outside of Athens. Alan Miller was the main coach there. So, he helped me out a lot. He actually, he was on my dad's first, you know, assistant coaching team where they won a national title. I think he paired with Ola who now obviously has been with USGA for a while. I think they played doubles and I think they won a doubles title as well. So, I think Alan was a part of the first team championship and then he was also, you know, he won a doubles title there too. I think he might have won two. So, I spent a lot of time around him which was also, it was really cool. You know, it was a guy who was a part of the Georgia tennis family. Athens is really tight -knit like that and so it's special to be a part of that family both, I guess, through blood and through, you know, the alumni. It's cool. Now, let me ask you, did you ever consider going anywhere else, right? I mean, successful junior career, one of the top players in the nation, tons of options. You know, it could be like, you know, there's always sort of the, oh, his dad's going to give him a scholarship, right? You saw with Ben Shelton, you know, Brian Shelton. Obviously, he's going to look out for his kid. Did you ever aspire to like go to another top program or UCLA or Texas or Florida? I think growing up, you know, because I got to see all those teams play. You know, I remember in 1999, I looked up this guy who, he played number one for UCLA. I don't know, this guy showed up. I'm a little kid and he had half of his head was blue and the other half was gold and, you know, UCLA was firing it up. They were really good at the time. I remember that was my dad's first national title in 99. And, you know, ever since then, I really, you know, I looked up to the guys. Every now and then, I got to sneak on to a little travel trip and, you know, I got to see what it was like. But, I mean, for me, it was always Georgia. I thought Athens was a special place, you know, getting to see the crowds that they get there and being able to kind of just see the atmosphere of everybody caring about each other. You know, it was cool looking at other teams. You know, the Brian brothers had the cool Reebok shoes, you know, the UCLA guy with the different hair. But at the end of the day, it was always the dogs. It was always Georgia. So, I was really lucky when I got to be a part of that team and I got to kind of wear the G that, you know, through my junior years, I was always wearing it, you know, but I guess it was a little bit different when you're actually, you know, on the team and representing. I think it's a different feeling. Yeah. So, if you didn't go into tennis, what else would you be doing? Like, you know, I didn't, you know, I'm obviously coaching now, but I didn't go right into coaching. I went to work into pharmaceuticals like marketing, sales, you know, finance. It's always, I always find it interesting to say if I wasn't coaching, I got my degree, I would be doing this. Yeah. You know, if I was a little bit more prone, I think to just loving schoolwork and loving studying, you know, everybody's always told me that I would make a pretty good lawyer just because I'm a bit of a contrarian. I like to argue. I like to challenge everybody that's kind of around me. So, I'm always looking for a good argument. So, I'll go with that. Everybody's always told me, you know, maybe you should have been a lawyer. You argue a Hey, lot. well, I'm sure, I'm sure your tennis parents, right? The parents of the academy probably don't like that one, right? They like to be in control. They have the last say and be contrarian. A lot of the time they do. A lot of the time they do. Yeah. So, you're sort of like stepping out, right? Out of the shadow and you're now on the west coast out there in the with Irvine area tier one performance and quite honestly, making your own name. I know you've had opportunity to coach Alex Mickelson as well as, you know, Lerner, Tan who are both like doing real well, both like main draw this year at US Open. Tell me about the process of moving way west. Yeah. And starting your own thing. Well, you know, it kind of started with, you know, I took that leap and I moved away from home for, you know, the first time because obviously being born and raised and going to school at UGA. I took my first chance and I went to Boise State and I worked under Greg Patton for a year who I'd heard great things about and, you know, all were true. He's a great guy. I thought it was a fantastic experience. So, I did that for a year and then over the summer, the UGA swim coach's son that I kind of grew up with, he was in Newport and so I kind of came to visit and then, you know, all of a sudden the opportunity to be coaching out here, you know, came about and, you know, I did my due diligence a little bit. You know, I looked at the old tennis recruiting pages and, you know, I'm looking at all the talent over the last like 20 years and, you know, statistically, you look at the list and you're like, okay, you know, if I'm in this area and I give myself, you know, the right opportunities and I, you know, learn how to coach properly, you know, I feel like I've had some pretty good experience from some good mentors. You know, then I kind of thought, you know, okay, maybe I can kind of control my own destiny out here a little bit and, you know, over time, it's taken a lot but, you know, over time, I feel like I did get myself some pretty decent opportunities. So, when you first laid eyes on Mickelson, how old was he? He was 12. He was coming out to some point place. It was the first place I kind of rented courts. It was this old rundown beat up club but beautiful. There were some trees there. Nobody wanted it. The courts were kind of run down and everyone's like, oh no, nothing there and I was like, I'll take it. So, you know, it gave me space. It gave me courts. It gave me the ability to kind of try and market. I made things cheap so I could get a lot of kids out there and try and get a competitive environment going and luckily, you know, had a good bit of talent out there where, you know, the kids kind of attracted the kids and I was this young coach, 23, 24 and, you know, over time, you know, people started to kind of gain trust and realize, you know, this guy isn't that bad. So, you know, over time, it kind of, you know, worked in my favor and, you know, everything kind of worked out. I eventually switched clubs to a nicer one and, you know, you move up. You earn your stripes. Now, when you saw him, did you initially see, you know, like super talent because he won our ADK this summer and, you know, it was full of Steve Johnson, Su -Woo Kwong. It was Ethan Quinn. It was other names, right? Kanee Shakuri. And Alex, okay, you know, he got the USTA wildcard. He's a young kid. You know what I mean? Like, sort of under the radar and then he wins the whole tournament in finals Newport on the grass like a week later. So, did you see it right away? Was he like a typical kind of 12 -year -old throwing his racket, having tantrums? What was he like at 12? Alex has always turned on tantrums. But, you know, when he was 12, he was good. But, you know, I'll be honest, there were a handful of kids out there that, you know, Kyle Kang, who's had a lot of success. I saw him. Sebastian Goresney, who Alex won doubles with. There were a handful of others and, I mean, Alex, they were, he was good. If I thought that he would be this good, you know, at this point, I think I'd I don't think I saw that. But, you know, you definitely see that this kid's capable of playing at a pretty good level while he's young. And then, you know, as the years kind of go and then as you sort of see him and his personality kind of develop, you kind of recognize, you know, this, you know, this isn't too normal of a 16, 17, 18 -year -old kid. And then, you know, sure enough, eventually the results followed, which was pretty fun to watch. Yeah, I mean, I felt it was interesting because he was here with like his friend. Yeah. You know, not even like a coach, trainer, physio, nothing. Like him and his homeboy. Yeah. He didn't look like he played tennis. You know what I mean? So, yeah, it was like, it was interesting to show up without, you know, completing against guys who are here with like coaching that they're paying six -figure salaries and who are scouting, right? And for him to kind of move through the draw, honestly, I mean, you know, maybe he split sets once. Yeah. It was actually really interesting. He's an extremely competitive kid. And so, you know, throughout the last few years kind of as we've traveled to some events and as he's gone to some like by himself, you know, the whole understanding is, okay, how well do you really understand, you know, your day -to -day process? How well are you able to, you know, nowadays, you know, with challengers, everything you can stream, you can watch. So, you know, both myself and, you know, Jay, the other coach that's here and helping him out, you know, we watch, we communicate. But, you know, at the end of the day, you know, it was one of those big decisions, okay, are you going to go to college or are you going to go pro? And he's kind of weighing those two things. And it's, you know, if you really think you want to be a pro, show me. And so it's one of those things, luckily, when he's young, you know, you have the, you know, it's kind of freedom. If he loses some matches, okay, you're young. If, you know, you win some matches, okay, great. You're young. So it's one of those things where, you know, we really kind of wanted to see, you know, what he's able to do sort of on his own. How well can he manage emotionally? How well can he, you know, create some game plans and stick to his day -to -day routines? And he, I would say he passed. And did he officially turn pro? He officially turned pro, yeah. Yeah. So I know UGA was going to be where he was going. I know he was undecided this summer, but UGA was going to, was there a little bit of an inside man kind of happening here, right? You know, I mean, you know, I think that, you know, I'll definitely say, I think he had some exposure to hearing about, you know, some Georgia greatness. I think that for sure. But, you know, I'll say it was his decision. Ultimately, I tried to not put too much pressure or expectation on where he was going to go. You know, I think Georgia has a lot to offer. So I think, you gone that route, I think it would be, you know, I don't think we can really fail if, you know, you're going and you're trying to be a tennis player and that's a place you choose. I think it's a pretty good place. Now tell us about Lerner Tan. I'll admit as a player that I hadn't had the opportunity to watch too much. I had not watched him in the challenges at all. But was he also sort of in the program at a young age or did he just sort of come later on? My partner actually, you know, kind of helped him when he was young because Levitt Jay used to be incorporated at Carson, which was kind of where Lerner kind of had his, you know, beginnings. He was a little bit more, I guess I'll say, you know, his talent was Federation spotted, I guess you could say as to where Alex was kind of, you know, the guy on the outside a little figuring his own way. Lerner was kind of the guy that everybody kind of thought was, you know, the guy. Right. And so, you know, it's been fun kind of watching him, you know, see his transition, you know, from juniors to now, you know, kind of becoming, you know, the top of juniors, you know, winning Kalamazoo the last two years and his transition. It's been fun to see. So, you know, I've seen a lot of him out of the last, you know, two and a half to three years. So it's been, it's definitely been a different transition. I feel like, you know, it's a little bit fire and ice there. You know, Alex is the fiery one screaming a good bit and Lerner is the silent killer. So it's, they're definitely different, which I think, you know, is pretty refreshing and it's kind of cool to see them both have success in their own accord. So tell us about Tier 1 then. So how many courts, obviously you grew up, I mean, like, you know, I started in the park years ago, right? In Chicago Park, right? And now I got 27 courts. But tell us about Tier 1 performance now. Where are you? How many courts do you now have? How many kids are you serving? Yeah, we're in Newport Beach right now, which is great. Weather's nice. We have, right now, we're running our program out of only five ports. It's not that big. You know, we take a lot of pride in just kind of being individually, you know, development based. I feel like if you're in our program, you're going to have, you know, a good bit of time from the coaches. You're probably going to have a chance to hit with some of the top guys. We try to be really selective with who we kind of have. Just because in Southern California, it's really difficult to, you know, get your hands on a ton of courts. There's so many people in tennis. There's only a few clubs now. You know, pickleball, even at our club right now, you know, pickleball is booming. You know, so many people are playing. It's keeping clubs alive, which, you know, I think is nice. But at the same time, I would love to see, you know, a lot of tennis courts and tennis opportunity. But, you know, it is what it is. Yeah, man, pickleball is definitely taking over. You see clubs getting rid of one court, two courts, and they think that it's not that big of an impact. But I mean, two courts really makes a difference in terms of being able to spread kids out, get them more time, get more balls and more balls at the time. But it's, you know, I think in tennis, if we want to fight them off, we've got to market better and we've got to grow, right? They're in this growth sort of stage and we're sort of stagnant, you know, so it's not like we're not leaving the club with a lot of choices other than to diversify, you know what I mean? Right. Yeah, yeah, yeah, for sure. So, let me ask you that. So, you've obviously had two kids that are going on. What do you tell that next parent, whose kid's 14, right, may get to see learner Alex come to the academy and number one, they want to homeschool, right, or ask you whether or not they should homeschool or B, you know, whether or not they should choose to go to college or, you know, turn pro. How are you advising parents? Because I get the question all the time. Should we homeschool, right? Should we do whatever? And I always, you know, the answer is always, it depends. Yeah. But what would be your answer in terms of homeschooling to train? Well, look, I definitely think that if your primary goal is to be a tennis player and I think, you know, if you're an athlete and that's kind of what you want to do, I think there's a lot of benefit in homeschooling just because, you know, it enables you to travel. You know, if I get to the ITF level, you know, I need to be able to travel. Those tournaments start on Monday and they go through Friday. So, you know, if I'm in a regular school, if I'm a high school kid, you know, that's a pretty difficult life for me to be able to justify or to, you know, be able to get my excused absences and stuff like that. You know, we're definitely big. You know, if you show me a 14 and under kid and I feel like I had pretty good experience in this just because I saw a lot of kids from the age of 12 to 14, you know, I got to see an entire kind of generation out of SoCal and a lot of them were pretty good. You know, the one thing I think, you know, when you're 12, 13, 14 years old, I think the primary thing kind of for level, obviously it matters how you're doing it, but I think the primary thing is the repetition. You know, I saw a ton of kids where they had a bunch of practices and I knew that that kid probably, you know, had 30%, 40 % more time than some of the other kids. And, you know, sure enough, that kid is more competent at keeping the ball in play. You know, they're able, you know, they've just seen and touched more balls. So, you know, they're going to make more balls. I think it's a balance. I think it really depends on the parents. I think it really depends on the kid. And I think it depends on the environment that they'll be in if they are going to be homeschooled. You know, I will say that, you know, we've had a handful of kids kind of switch from high school to homeschooled and they're in our program. But I feel like there's still strong social aspects in our program. You know, all the boys are tight. They compete a lot. They, you know, I feel like they get their social, you know, they go to lunch. And just kind of our standards are really high. I think this past year we had five kids that graduated that all went to IVs. So, you know, it's totally possible whether you're homeschooled or whether you're in school, I think, to, you know, kind of pursue academic excellence. I think, you know, just because you're doing one thing and not the other, I don't think that that necessarily, you know, takes that away from you. I think tennis can open a ton of doors. And I think I kind of, you know, we've kind of seen that in the last few years. I've seen a lot more tennis kids choosing IV ever since 2020, I feel. I feel like the IVs have been pretty hot, especially for some blue chip players, which I think, you know, if you look prior to 2020, I think the percentages took a pretty drastic jump, which is interesting to see. Yeah, you know, it's funny, you know, in some markets you see people playing for the scholarship and in some other markets you see them playing for entrance, right, into the Princeton, the Harvards. And one of the myths, like, I think if you think about basketball or football, right, the better basketball football players are obviously choosing the SEC, right, Pac -12, whatever that is. But in tennis, you know, I think that, you know, your academics and your tennis have to be, like, at the top scale to go, just because you're not like a bad tennis player if you go to Harvard, you know what I mean? Like, the kid that goes to Harvard or makes the team probably could have gone to PCU, right, or Florida or whatever, you know what I mean? And so it is interesting to see the number of people who say, yes, I've spent 30 grand on tennis for the past eight years and I'm still willing to pay for college, right, because I got into Princeton, Harvard, Yale, etc. But I think it's a big myth where, you know, the United States is so basketball focused, we see Harvard basketball as, like, okay, that's everyone that didn't get chosen by the Illinois, the Wisconsin, the Michigan. And it's not the same, you know what I mean? Yeah, it's different for sure. So when you think about, like, the Ivies, right, you see a lot of kids go to East Coast and you think about, you know, COVID obviously changed something with the home school, you know, sort of situation. People who never considered that it was possible were like, okay, well, we've been living at home for a year and a half and doing online studies, it's not that bad, you know, they're more focused with their time. Did you see more people from families who you thought would not have done it try it post COVID? Yeah, definitely. I think the really popular thing that a lot of people are doing now is kind of a hybrid schedule, which I actually really like a lot. At least in California, I don't know if the schooling system is different everywhere else. I know it was different where I was from. But a lot of these kids, you know, they'll go to school from 8 to 1130 or 8 to 12. And, you know, they have their three hours where, you know, I don't know how they stagger their classes and stuff like that. But I know that pretty much every kid at every school in SoCal is at least able to do this if they so choose. And so they're able to get released around 12 or something. And, you know, they're able to be at afternoon practice and get a full block in. You know, for me, that still enables you to get the hours you need on court and to be able to maintain some of that social. And, you know, if you become, you know, really, really good, I guess, okay, by junior year, maybe you could consider, okay, maybe I should take this a little bit more seriously, maybe I should go full time homeschool. Or, you know, a lot of these kids are in a place where it's, you know, I'm comfortable with my tennis, I like where it's at, I feel like it'll give me opportunity in college. My grades are great. And, you know, maybe that person's a little more academically inclined. And, you know, they want to have a career and they feel like tennis is that great stepping stone. Which I think is a really cool thing about our sport is it just opens a tremendous amount of doors. I feel like if you figure out how to develop and be a good tennis player and how to compete well in tennis, you can you can apply that to almost everything in life. Yeah. So you talk about opening doors, right? When Alex or Lerner were sort of deciding whether to walk through door number one, which is college, or door number two, which is which is obviously turning pro. Right. How did you advise them? You know what I mean? If I say, hey, you know what? Take a couple wildcards. If you went around or two, maybe you go to college. If you win a tournament, maybe you stay out there. If an agency locks you into a deal, right? Then, you know, they normally know what good looks like and they normally have like the ear of the Nike, the Adidas, right? Then you turn pro. What was your advice in terms of if and when, right? Yeah. For those who ask. Well, they were both in different places. I'm gonna start with Lerner cuz he's younger. He actually, you know, did a semester in college. You know, Lerner finished high school, I think, when he was sixteen, sixteen and a half. And so, obviously, your eligibility clock starts, you know, six months after you finish your high school. So, for him, it was, you know, he was so young, he didn't really have much pro experience at that time. You know, he did great things in juniors. You know, he won Kalamazoo. He got his wild card into the men's that year and then, you know, he played a little bit of pro kind of and then, you know, that that January, he went in and and did a semester at USC which I think was a good experience for him socially. He had some eligibility problems which, you know, only let him play about five, six matches toward the end of the year which was kind of disappointing and then, you know, he won Kalamazoo again and so, you know, that was the second trip there and then, you know, by then, he had a little bit more exposure with, you know, agencies and brands and kind of, you know, the stuff that you'd like to see that'll actually give you the financial security to kind of, you know, chase your dream and pass up, you know, the the education, I guess, for the time being. So, you know, I felt like that was really the security was a big was a big thing for him. You know, prior to winning Kalamazoo for the second time, you know, he still had Junior Grand Slams to play. He wasn't playing men's events. So, for him being that age, you know, it was, well, you know, I'm I'm not in a massive rush so why not get a semester in and I think he had a great time. He really liked it. I mean, he he speaks pretty positively about the dual matches. He actually follows college tennis now a little bit more. You know, he will talk about some dual matches which I think is pretty cool and you know, I think it gave him some confidence getting to play for university, getting to represent, you know, seeing that university promotes you. I think there's a lot of benefits there and now, you know, he's got an alumni base. You know, people talk about all, you know, he's a USC Trojan and stuff like that. You know, you see it at all different tournaments. You know, guys are wearing a USC hat and, you know, hey, learner, da da da and you know, I think that that's pretty cool to be a part of, you know, a big family of people who are proud that, you know, they can say they played in the same place and then Alex. Alex was, you know, he was a little old for his grade and he was one that he committed and, you know, the whole time him and learner kind of, you know, talking and, you know, about going pro and da da da da. You know, obviously, it was their dream. You know, I just kept telling Alex, you know, I don't want to hear it. I don't want to hear it until, you know, it's a real problem and so, you know, he gets to 400 in the world and, you know, it's what you do. You get to 400. You know, it's good but at the end of the day, you know, you're not, your life's not changing because you're 400 in the world. You know, so he's 400 in the world and he's, you know, saying stuff to me and I'm like, I could not care less you're going to college and then it was, you know, this was probably in January, February, you know, he starts to kind of do a little bit better and I think at that point, I recognized that he was better than a lot of the guys kind of at the challenger level. You know, just from my perspective, I was seeing kind of what it was, what it was to be 300, what it was to be 200 and I think at that point, like February, March, I fully knew that he was good enough to be there and to be winning those matches but at the same time, you know, having financial security, having set, you know, all of those factors that kind of go into whether I'm going to pass up my education and go pro. You know, it's a big decision and so I remember we were putting it off. I just said, you know, nothing till US Open. I was like, we're not, we're not talking about college till US Open. I said, you know, when we get to US Open, you finish US Open, you have that exposure, you know, we see what happens in those two weeks and then, you know, then we'll kind of make a decision but until then, like, don't even think about it. Don't talk about it. Don't care. You're going to school and I think that mentality really helped him kind of just play free. He was, you know, I'm not playing to go pro. I'm trying to do my job in school, finish my high school. I'm going to tournaments, playing great, just trying to compete and, you know, lucky for him, you know, well, I guess it's not lucky at all. That kid worked his absolute tail off but, you know, he had that success in Chicago at your club and then, you know, he made that little Newport run and I think by then, that was his third or fourth former top 10 win and, you know, he won his challenger. He final the challenger. He'd semied another one. He had kind of shown and, you know, some people have gotten attention and they started believing in him and so then, you know, that's when that big decision kind of came but I feel like for him, he really established himself, improved himself amongst pros which I think is an interesting thing because a lot of the time when you see these juniors kind of go pro sub 18, a lot of the time, it's because they had tremendous junior success which then made them, you know, they had grand slam success and stuff like that but Alex didn't have any of that. You know, Alex was kind of the late bloomer that, you know, in the last year when he was already 18 and aged out of ITF, the kid really just took it to a new level and, you know, I think he really showed that he's kind of ready for what the tour has to offer.
A highlight from Jay Brock (Encore)
"Ladies and gentlemen, looking for something new and original, something unique and without equal, look no further. Here comes the one and only Eric Mataxas. Folks, welcome. I've spoken previously on this program to our friend Rabbi Jason Sobol, who has certain many books. The new one is called Signs and Secrets of the Messiah. And last time, Rabbi, you were telling us some of these amazing correlations between the Old and the New Testament and the Jewishness of the New Testament, which people should know, but sometimes they forget how profoundly the New Testament is a commentary on the Old Testament and points us back and how the Old Testament points us forward over and over. And last time you talked about the paralytic or the man who was unable to walk for 38 years. And you said that that relates to the Israelites wandering in the desert for 38 years, and you explained about how they had been prepared by God for two years, but then they wandered for 38 years. I just find that kind of stuff so fascinating. So I know the new book is called Signs and Secrets of the Messiah. What other things like that do you mention in Signs and Secrets of the Messiah? I mean, we get into so many miracles and, you know, God is in the details, right? So if there's a detail in the Bible, it's there for a reason. So, you know, again, the first miracle we talked about last time I was with you is the first miracle we talked about in Signs and Secrets, which is the water into wine. Well, there's a detail there. It says that he said fill six stone pots to the brim. Well, the question is, if it says six stone pots, what's the significance that there's six stone pots? Why not seven? Why not eight? Well, some of the significance there is that we have to understand there's a lot. Man was created on the sixth day. In Jewish thought, we fell on the sixth day. When Jesus comes and he gives his life for us on the cross, OK, he dies on Friday, which is the sixth day of the week. He dies on a cross. Why? Because the first man and woman stole from the tree. So God puts Jesus, who Paul calls the second Adam, back on the tree for you and me with the crown of thorns on his head. Why? What's the sign of the curse of creation? The ground produced thorns and thistle. He takes the curse on his head to break it and restore the blessing. And so when Jesus dies on the same day man was created and fell and he does his first miracle with six stone pots, he's saying, I am restoring the fruitfulness that was lost at creation. And I don't want you to any more live out of the lack, but to live out of the overflow. And by the way, the number six in Hebrew is written with the letter Bob. It's the conjunction and it's a letter that connects heaven and earth. When we sin, we broke the connection. Jesus comes back to restore it, that we might experience his blessing. That is some heavy stuff that is absolutely amazing. Say that again about the letter when you write the number six in Hebrew, talk about that again, because I want to make sure I catch that. Yeah, absolutely. So Hebrew is alphanumeric. So there's no Roman numerals in the Bible. Both Hebrew and Greek have an alphanumeric component, meaning that if I say open up the chapter one in your Bible, I'll say open up to chapter Aleph, because it's the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet has a numerical value of one. The sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet is the Hebrew letter of love. It's the most used letter in the five books of Moses, and it's the conjunction. And the first place the letter of love occurs in the Bible is in the first verse of the Bible, Genesis one, one. And in Hebrew, there are seven words in Genesis one, one corresponding to the seven days of creation. The sixth word of Genesis one begins with the sixth letter. God created the heavens. That's the fifth. And that's the sixth. And Earth is seven. When we sin, we broke the vow, the letter, the number six, the letter Bob that connects heaven and earth. When Jesus dies on Friday and does the miracle with the six stones pots, he's restoring the connection and the blessing that was lost in the beginning.
A highlight from Ep381: Delegate These Tasks To Make Podcasting Easier - Jay Aigner
"Because I'm very much of the mindset that as soon as something becomes a grind or feels too much like work, like hard work when it shouldn't be that hard, I need to switch something up. So I would say the biggest thing I struggle with today is just I've got a pretty good formula for my questions. I got a pretty good cadence for my show and I try to mix it up, but I struggle with how much should I mix it up for myself and my listeners more than keeping it the same and kind of just asking the same things robotically. And if you do 10 episodes a week saying the same thing over and over again, you're just like, man, this is we've got to mix something up here. And I actually just a quick plug to my friend, Els Kramer, runs an awesome podcast. And she was talking about she has these index cards and she basically has a bunch of topics on them. It's money like or success or hobbies or whatever. And she kind of shuffles them up and then we'll like randomly ask them those questions throughout after mixing them in. And I could see how it broke up the monotony of a normal interview for her because she would go, OK, tell me what your thoughts are on money. Right. And it's just like a random thing to throw into an interview. And it really did help her mix up some of those questions. So I think that would be my biggest struggle today is keeping it fresh for myself. Awesome. All right. So the last question is, if somebody's listening and they're not as far along in their journey as you are, what would be your best advice for success in a podcast that maybe we haven't covered today? I talked about a little bit, but use tools. Descript is a great tool. Descript saves a lot of time. But use people like Adam, use people like you. If you're serious about doing the podcast, the production will weigh on you eventually. If you do enough episodes, it doesn't matter how short they are. It doesn't matter how quick you think your process is going to be. It drags on and it's a lot. And if you have close to 100 episodes in the bank like I do, it gets to be a lot. The production is a lot. So delegate, find a team, find an agency, find a freelancer, find a somebody to hand some of that work off to. So you don't just grind down. And it also helps with your cadence. Like you were just mentioned, I just went on vacation and for the first time I had four episodes released and I didn't have to do anything. I didn't have to touch them. I didn't have to download the raw files on my computer. I didn't do anything. The descriptions, the titles, the artwork, the editing, the posting, the sharing on social media. Everything was done because I learned how to delegate that to my team that I have already for my company. And so I would say hire somebody to help you. You're buying your time back. I'm a big proponent of that anyway. If you're considering this a serious sales channel for your business, I would buy your time back by hiring somebody to do the work for you so you can go out and do more episodes. You can book these bigger guests. You can work on your other business, actual business that you're probably trying to do. And you're not spending two to 10 hours a week doing semi monotonous, semi painful parts of the process like uploading and posting social media and just these things are just like over and over again, find somebody to do it for you. And maybe Adam Adams because he's a great guy. Appreciate that. It's been great checking in with you, finding and learning what you've been doing, how to get the success. I loved your idea of just asking for the ratings and reviews, asking people that, you know, you have a relationship with and getting so many in a short amount of time, talking about some of the tools that you use for editing, like the people that you partner with for editing, for making your life easier. The tools that you use on LinkedIn, on pod match, for example, just stuff that we should all be thinking about. And your podcast is the first customer, by the way, if you're listening, the link to the first customer is down in the show notes, so you can scroll down, you can check that out and find out how people are getting their first customers and their second customers, because this is a way that all of us can have growth. So if you've got a business and you listen to a few episodes of the first customer, whether you've had your first customer or not, you're going to learn ways of getting clients, ways of serving more people. The link to the first customer is already in the show notes. Also, Jay's company link is already in the show notes. So if you want to check that out, if you want to work with him for quality assurance for your app or what you're doing, that link's already in the show notes. Same thing, any social media that he wanted you to connect with him on LinkedIn or anything that's in the show notes. So that way you can connect with him there, get him on your podcast or vice versa. I also just mentioned that on this podcast, Jay subtly mentioned that there's two ways to do content. Now, one of the ways is putting the burden of the content on the other person. All you got to do is just ask the questions. And half of my episodes are like that, like this one today with Jay, I'm asking him and all the content's coming from him. And I also queued up some really good content that is going to be beneficial for you. I know what you're going through. I know what you're worried about and I want to support you. And so I have a solo episode that's coming up right after this. I don't want you to go anywhere. It's going to be a short episode packed with value. So I'll see you there. You know, I really don't say this nearly enough. I don't mention this and I feel horrible because it's a great resource for you to be able to take your podcast to the next level. And it's simply a free resource that I don't need your email or anything. It's just a podcasting course that I created that has ended up putting in the very first six episodes of this podcast. So if you haven't checked it out, definitely going to want to just check out those first six episodes, see how they can help you improve your podcast, get in front of more people and have a better result where you're making more money through the podcast, et cetera. So much can happen after you listen through episodes. One, two, three, four, five and six. So if you haven't done it, go do it now. And by the way, if you're subscribed, you'll keep hearing more great content. So to those of you who are, I'll see you on the next episode.
A highlight from Trump Promises To Carry Out Largest Deportation Operation In American History
"Cable news, noisy, boring, out of touch. That's why Salem News Channel is different. We keep you in the know. Streaming 24 -7 for free. Home to the greatest collection of conservative voices like Dennis Prager, Jay Sekulow, Mike Gallagher, and more. Salem News Channel is unfiltered and unapologetic. Watch anytime on any screen at SNC .TV and local now, Channel 525. The Mike Gallagher Show. So what's happening is a direct result of their policy changes, and nothing will change until they change your policy. One final thought. What Abbott is doing, Governor Abbott, sending these people to New York, they need to continue to do that. The only hope I see for change is when Democrats push back, send these illegal immigrants to Democratic controlled cities all over the country and making it real to Joe Biden's party. In the ReliefFactor .com studios, here's Mike. You ready for a big announcement that's going to make your day? And I mean it. This is huge. Trump, and this is not being widely covered in the media, but it should be because it might just get him elected. Of course, that's why it's not being covered. Trump announced this week that he will carry out the largest domestic deportation operation in American history if he's elected to a second term. Now, this week we've watched in shock as Biden just handed out nearly 500 ,000 get -out -of -jail -free amnesty cards to Venezuelans. 472 ,000 Venezuelans just got temporary protected status thanks to Joe Biden. Check out Judge Jeanine's response to this madness on Fox News Channel's The Five yesterday afternoon.
A highlight from Bob Menendez: Joe Biden, But Lazier
"Cable news, noisy, boring, out of touch. That's why Salem News Channel is different. We keep you in the know. Streaming 24 -7 for free. Home to the greatest collection of conservative voices like Dennis Prager, Jay Sekulow, Mike Gallagher, and more. Salem News Channel is unfiltered and unapologetic. Like, watch anytime, on any screen at snc .tv and local now channel 525. Hey everybody, it's Hannah Charlie Kirk Show. Bob Menendez indicted. What does it mean? The fourth branch is sending you a message and a reminder. Become a member today to listen to our entire program, advertiser free. That is charliekirk .com and click on the members page to become a member. We have some exciting new things happening there. It's affordable for a monthly basis to listen. Advertiser free and it really helps out the show. So check it out, charliekirk .com. Please check it out. Email us as always, freedom at charliekirk .com. That is freedom at charliekirk .com. And get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Buckle up everybody, here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country, he's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific Mortgage at andrewandtodd .com.
A highlight from Why Your Leaders Dont Care About the Border Crisis
"Cable news, noisy, boring, out of touch. That's why Salem News Channel is different. We keep you in the know. Streaming 24 -7 for free. Home to the greatest collection of conservative voices like Dennis Prager, Jay Sekulow, Mike Gallagher, and more. Salem News Channel is unfiltered and unapologetic. Like, watch anytime, on any screen at snc .tv and local now channel 525. And get involved with Turning Point USA, tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Buckle up everybody, here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House, folks. I want to thank Charlie, he's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here.
A highlight from Interest Rate Hikes FINISHED?! (Crypto War NOT Over)
"Welcome to Discover Crypto! It is September 20th. It's 11 .30am. How are we all doing? We got Drew and AJ on the ones and twos today, folks. We're going to talk about the Fed. We're going to talk about what are they going to be saying with the interest rate hikes. And also we're going to be talking about Bitcoin and other cryptos. AJ, how are you doing today? I'm doing great, man. Another day in the life. Let's get it. Drew, how are you doing? Oh, just great. You know, can't complain. Well, you can. You can. You complain when you get home. You'd like, you know, just really vent to your two -year -old. Yeah, that's where I do it. Deezy, did you see the tweet that went out yesterday about the show I'm doing with from George from Cryptos R Us? What? Yeah, yeah. Yeah, he's with Blockchain Boy and Neutron. Joshua Jay. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. So we're all like, it's for crew, like, plus, you know, and basically we're all doing something different. I believe, like, Josh is doing like a news kind of show and Blockchain Boys. I'm not really sure what Blockchain Boys doing, but I know the videos are going to start coming out here pretty soon. We're still like brainstorming my concept, but I have a really good, like, rough idea of what I'm doing. But it's going to be really interesting to see how, like, where this goes. And I'm just fun to excited to do something different, you know? And I'm excited. We got Frankie Candles doing the charts today. I see Frankie getting ready in his neon square. He's in his, like, little neon area. I don't know if, oh, he can hear me. He's showing some recognition and anticipation of what Deezy is going to say next. Yeah, we saw the Donald Trump Jr. tweets. It looks like he got hacked. Also, Rob, you're popping it. Hey, we're going to see you back. Can't wait till you come back. All right, let's just get right into crypto. Marc Kepson's Drew is done. Am I too tall? Am I too tall? Too tall for the camera? Look, I got to stand. I got to do these shows a lot, you know? I take the shoes off. So I shrink, you know? They come in. I'm like 6 '11", and I take the shoes off. Then I drop back down to 6 '3". I got the Tom Cruise lifts. All right, Bitcoin is falling a little bit, folks. We were in the green this morning when I first woke up. Now we are down 0 .6%, and Ethereum is down 1 .3%. But XRP looks pretty good. XRP is up. It is up 0 .8 % on the day so far. Meanwhile, Cardano, I woke up this morning. It was up, but now it's down. It is down 0 .7%. Dogecoin down 1 .3%. TonCoin finally cooling off a little bit for the week here. It is down 1 .2%. Litecoin has taken a little bit of a beating, folks. Litecoin is down 5%. We talked about Litecoin a little bit yesterday on ATB. I highly recommend you check that out after this stream. All right, let's look at the top gainers. Then we're going to look at the top losers. You know, I have a streak of keeping my coins in the losers, but not today, folks. I'm feeling good. In fact, maybe I'll have a coin in the top 10. Who knows? All right, here we have Caspa leading the way. Caspa is just on fire, folks. The people who bought Caspa at $0 .01, $0 .02, looking good. Just put in a higher high too. You got past that last one, yep. All right, we are now above a nickel, and it looks like maybe price discovery mode for a Caspa. XDC is up 4 .3%. Maker is up. Radix is up. Aave is up. I have a coin in the ties. A little Solana. I think maybe I have some Arbitrum. Maybe. I'm not even sure I have to check. Then we have, you know, XRP is up 0 .8%. We got gold. Gold's moving to the upside. The graph moving to the upside, even though Bitcoin and ETH are down. Okay, so it's not all blood in the streets, but hopefully, it's not going to be blood in Deasy's wallet, guys. And again, I promise you, I do not check this ahead of time. I kind of like being surprised. I like discovering it with you. So let's discover cryptos, Deasy's coins in here. I'm looking good today. All right, I don't know how long the streak has been continuing. I don't know when's the last. I think I last held Litecoin in 2021. Never had Thor, Phrax, eCash, or I know Frankie likes to trade Adam. I like to trade Eve. So maybe we'll talk to him about the Adam is falling 4 % here. Litecoin down 5%. Thor chained down 5%. Any of these coins, you know, peak it. Well, if you go at it, I do have two in the top 10. I got two in the top 10. Just, you know, just to make it feel good. But any of these screaming at you here? Yeah, Thor, Litecoin, Phrax. Not surprised really to see. I mean, everything kind of came up yesterday. I'm still kind of sticking to the theory that the pump we're seeing could possibly be a bull trap. I think, you know, when we get into the FOMC news, the pauses that is likely coming is going to be bullish for the sentiment. I'm just still like kind of macro worried based off of the stock market sharks. Actually, the Algorand, you know, down 2 .8%. That one's kind of obviously yelling at me a little bit. I have a theory coming up, but I'm not going to say it right now. But I'm making a video about it, about Algorand. So stay tuned for that. OK, so you're going to create more? I'm going to create more. I create more crypto content every day and some of it's about Algorand. But I like how it's a period. Create more. No exclamation point. Just create. It's more like create more. Oh, OK. Great. More. Great. Great. Yeah. All right. Well, we're going to create some stories here about the feds. What are they doing? I don't know if we've ever had an article from this news organization. ABC. Shout out to Mickey Mouse and the Disney crew here. Fed to decide on a rate hike. Testing optimism about a soft landing as inflation rises again. Upon announcing the Fed Reserve's latest rate hike decision in July, Jerome Powell spoke out a lectern in Washington, DC for a half hour before he dropped a bombshell. The Central Bank staff has abandoned its forecast of a recession. Staff at the Fed, in other words, now expect the Central Bank to achieve a soft landing, an outcome in which the US brings down inflation while avoiding a downturn. Inflation has ticked up for two consecutive months, reversing some of the progress made in the effort to bring price increases down to normal levels. Meanwhile, oil prices have soared, threatening to push inflation even higher. Well, they got like moving ads. Whoa, whoa, what's going on here? Calm down, ABC. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg expect the Fed to leave its benchmark interest rate unchanged, affording policymakers time to weigh their next move as a rapid series of previous rate hikes take full effect. I was looking at Caleb Franzen's tweets. We're at 99 % on the prediction market unchanged today, right? Have you been looking at the, when is the next one? Is it November? I can pull the calendar. I'm pretty sure it's the end of October. I think it's like maybe on Halloween. Let me double check. Oh, on Halloween is going to be spooky. Okay, Drew, are you going to give out candy this Halloween? Absolutely. You know, but actually I'll be doing candied apples. Okay, I'm going to be giving out pamphlets on inflation to children. Yeah, you know, you could have got Reese's pieces, but blame Jerome Powell. You can take advantage of the time and the season to teach your children about tax. Tax them. Like attacking kids for their pillowcases of candy? Taxing them heavily. Yeah, take 33 % of every Snickers bar they get. That's right. Yeah, that's just the way it is. Why wait? Welcome to America, you know? And yeah, the next FOMC is October 31st, November 1st, so. Okay, okay. October 31st. All right, all right. Halloween, what's Jerome Powell going to dress up as? Alex from A Clockwork Orange. Pat, do you want us to dress up on the channel? I might be willing to dress up in a costume. I might be willing. You know, every - I could break out the green spandex, go old school. You know, every Halloween, AJ disappears and a Mr. Meeseeks just shows up. Okay, I heard existence is pain though. Existence is pain. We're not fumbling around for meaning here, Deezy. All right. Well, I'm fumbling around for this rate of inflation. It eases slightly 6 .7 % despite the oil prices surging. You know, like we said, I think the oil is going to be a leading indicator, so inflation will trickle down from the oil prices. If you want to think about it, it's going to cost more money to get those bananas to drive from point A to point B because they're going to have to spend more in the gas tank. This is going to be - It's just give it a while, let it roll out to the rest of the economy. Namely, food. Oil prices really, really like to impact food prices a couple months down the line. Well, we're looking at the ONS as the Office for National Statistics, and they said the consumer price index measure slowed in the 12 months to August from the 6 .8 figure reported the previous month thanks to food rising at a weaker pace during the month compared to August 22. During the X minute, I have a tweet about Canadian food prices, and I just kind of look at where they've gone over the past 20 years. It is shocking. It is shocking. I used Bard. I was like, this doesn't feel right for the price. I went to a Canadian grocery store, and I went low. I went low. There's expensive eggs and cheap eggs. I typed in the cheap egg price. It was still very scary. All right, well, we have predictions. Jerome Powell's got his ideas. You notice I was thinking about this BlackRock. What is BlackRock thinking about all this? BlackRock and others predict the Fed's next move. What does it mean for Bitcoin though? According to Marilyn Watson, is a BlackRock's head of global fundamental income strategy. The central bank's federal funds target rate will remain roughly the same until the end of the year going through its September, November, and December meetings. For the record, I think the economic data has consistently surprised to the upside, she said. That includes GDP, the unemployment rate, and the labor market. Beware, beware of recession. The analyst has previously argued that Bitcoin's price is macroeconomic determined by conditions, including its four -year cycles, which I am still a firm believer in for this cycle. Might be less of an effect of the previous one, but I'm still a believer in the four -year cycle, going to push Bitcoin to the new high. I do think we'll set in a new all -time high. I don't think we're going to hit a quarter million dollars in two years, but I think we're going to flirt with $100K, which they do not believe are related to the Bitcoin halving. So they're saying the four -year cycle is not related. I don't know what they're saying here. Risk assets go lower in recessions. So I'd expect Bitcoin would not perform well in that environment. It has not seen a real recession in its existence. It was birthed out of a recession, but yeah, hasn't really gone through one from the beginning stages to the end there. Yeah, there's never been a Bitcoin bull run during a phase of quantitative tightening. We've always been quantitatively easing the money supply anytime Bitcoin goes up into the right. And that obviously is what it takes. I think they're kind of leaning into if we're in a recession, and that lines up with the four -year cycle. But just so far, we're three for three with the having idea playing out. And the trend hasn't broken yet, so that's why I always say sticking to November 25 as a benchmark, but that's just a benchmark. It could be behind that. It could be in front of that. We don't have a crystal ball, but we can go off the pattern that we've seen before. All right. Well, speaking of quantitative tightening, we also have calfskin tightening, the tightest calfskin in the entire world. I don't care if you have a baby cow jacket for an extra small on an 800 -pound man, there is no tighter calfskin than the man I'm looking at right now. That is Frankie Candles. Frankie Candles, welcome back. How's it doing? Does it feel good? It feels good. The calfskin is tight, and so is Bitcoin's price action. But yeah, I don't want to waste time here. Let's go ahead and jump right into the charts here. Now, here we are. Now, obviously, I talk about this all the time. I don't typically trade on newsdays like this. It is usually a complete washing machine. Usually the shorts get wrecked, then the longs get wrecked, or the longs get wrecked, and then the shorts get wrecked. So I don't typically trade. Now, I am in a few trades right now. I am in this Bitcoin long right now. I have profits locked in on this trade and my stop loss is at my entry. So kind of how I am playing this today is I'm going to be holding my long. I am long from about $25 ,000 to $50 ,000 just below this range. And again, I have taken profits on that stop loss at break even. And then I am also in a short position from somewhere up here. I am slightly in profit on the short position. So I am long up and now I am in this small short position that is in slight profit. However, this is kind of how I'm playing this today, DZ. Because basically, like I said, I never recommend people trade on these newsdays just because of the complete unpredictable volatility that you're likely to see. Now, the last FOMC meeting, I believe, was on the 25th, 26th of July. I believe someone could correct me if I'm wrong on that. But we actually have seen a few FOMC meetings where we didn't really have too much happen. And I've been telling people that we are likely in that kind of boring accumulation phase of the bear market. A lot of times, if you go back to at least the 2017 or 2018, 2019 bear market, we had that bear market rally. And once we topped off at that point, we kind of just bled out. And for the most part, if you kind of just ignore this panic wick from March of 2020, which was obviously a Black Swan event, we kind of just wiggled sideways. We got that big bear market rally, we topped off, bled out a little bit, and then we just kind of went sideways again with the exception of that panic wick. And I do think we are in somewhat of a similar situation here where the rest of this bear market may not be the most exciting thing ever. But for today, basically how I'm handling this, DZ, is I'm going to be kind of...
Monitor Show 16:00 09-20-2023 16:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV battery's environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context, and context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. All these different participants who submitted their numbers, and by the way, economic forecasting is very difficult, guys. I've heard that before. I heard that today, actually, from Craig's chair, Jay Powell. I mean, not if you have a crystal ball, I don't know, do you guys not have one? Yeah, we don't. Let's walk you through the market numbers here. We've been talking a lot about the macro, but it was a pretty busy day for equity markets, obviously on pins and needles about the Fed, but of course, you had an IPO today in Klaviyo and not necessarily the best trading day for Instacart and Arm, once again. The net effect of it all is the Dow Jones Industrial Average, lower by about two -tenths of a percent. The S &P 500 giving back almost a percent on the day of roughly 41 points, a close right around that 4400 level, a key technical level there. The composite NASDAQ down about 200 points, or one and a half percent, while the Russell 2000 looks like it's going to finish out the day lower by about nine -tenths of a percent. All right, quick look at the S &P 500 in terms of the names, about 173 to the upside, 328 to the downside, so certainly more of that risk -off trade, no doubt about it, and two unchanged, Scarlett. Yeah, volume also slightly lower than the year -to -date average. Let's look at the sector performances here for the S &P 500. It was a down day for the major indexes, as Romain told us, but there are some sectors that did finish higher, including telecom names, healthcare equipment, and food, beverage and tobacco. So you're seeing a lot of those dividend plays, those safety plays come out ahead. On the flip side, you've got a lot of those big tech names, media, entertainment, semi and semiconductor equipment companies, and tech hardware, along with software and services, all leading to the downside, all down by at least one and a half percent. All right, a little nervous making sure that my gainers actually held onto their gains, but let's go to it. Klaviyo, right? The IPO, it's been a big week. Not all of them sent their own. Can we just get rid of that fourth one? Darn it.
A highlight from Does Donald Trump Support A Pro-Life Agenda?
"Cable news, noisy, boring, out of touch. That's why Salem News Channel is different. We keep you in the know. Streaming 24 -7 for free. Home to the greatest collection of conservative voices like Dennis Prager, Jay Sekulow, Mike Gallagher, and more. Salem News Channel is unfiltered and unapologetic. Watch anytime on any screen at snc .tv and local now channel 525. All of the time he has to spend in core rooms really hurt his campaign because so far hasn't really hurt his campaign. Yes, I would have had another 22 ,000 votes. Are you saying you needed those votes in order to win? Are you acknowledging you didn't win? I'm not acknowledging no. I say I won the election. When we ask people how they feel about getting this rematch, they said that they think that means politics in the U .S. is broken. Now from the ReliefFactor .com studios, here's Mike Gallagher. Boy, we live in a broken world, don't we? The weekend was chock full of bad news. A Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy was apparently ambushed as he sat at a red light. Somebody assassinated him. They pulled up next to him and shot him in the head. A video was released of two kids in Las Vegas murdering a retired police chief, a guy on his bike out for his morning ride in Las Vegas. These two kids thought it would be funny to mow him over to kill him and they did. According to Charlie Kirk, one of the two perpetrators is right now free. They don't even have both of them behind bars. The two punks, the two cowards, the two monsters who murdered this guy in cold blood. And also, of course, we might as well get this out of the way. We got President Trump with an answer to Kristen Welker on NBC's Meet the Press and her debut as the new host, which gave a lot of ammunition to Trump haters who want to hurt him and try to wreck his chances of becoming the nominee in 2024. This is an interesting dilemma that Republicans have. Here's the dilemma. Pro -life is a centerpiece, is a foundation of the Republican Party fighting for the sanctity of those unborn babies, the sanctity of their lives, the sacredness of the innocent. That's a centerpiece, that's foundational for the Republican Party. And whether we like it or not, this particular debate that we're having in America is over abortion crushing us at the ballot box. And Donald Trump, I believe, was trying to address that with Kristen Welker on Meet the Press. Let's get it out of the way. I've been dreading this all weekend. Well, it wasn't all weekend. I mean, this first broke, I think, Saturday. They gave a little preview of his answer. I don't love his answer, but I also don't love the way Trump critics are pouncing on him, claiming he's not pro -life. I got into a big knockdown drag out, as I expected I would with my friend Mark Davis in Dallas, because Mark is now hell -bent on proclaiming that Donald Trump is not pro -life. And he's saying that because of this exchange with Kristen Welker yesterday on Meet the Press. So for the first time in 62 years, I'm not going to say I would or I wouldn't. I mean, DeSantis is willing to sign a five -week and six -week ban. Would you support that? I think what he did is a terrible thing and a terrible mistake. But we'll come up with a number, but at the same time, Democrats won't be able to go out in six months, seven months, eight months and allow an abortion. Now, there are people like my friend Mark Davis who took that answer and that proclaimed Donald Trump is not pro -life, like it's important to proclaim or make some kind of declaration that he is not pro -life. And here's what Mark tweeted over the weekend. The heartbeat bill is, quote, a terrible thing and a terrible mistake, unquote. Mark said, I loved every day of his presidency. Thank God he beat Hillary. And if he's the nominee, I'll walk through fire to help him beat Joe Biden. But Trump is not pro -life. Now, as expected, Mark and I had a pretty solid disagreement only because I believe it's ever a ten the march for life. The guy who promised to get Roe v. Wade overturned because that was terrible federal. That was a terrible federal ruling and appointed Supreme Court justices who did just that to claim that Donald Trump is not pro -life is preposterous. It's absurd. It's virtue signaling. And perhaps it's just the opportunistic way you chalk up some points for Ron DeSantis, because clearly Team DeSantis is pouncing on Donald Trump over this remark. I believe two things can be true at the same time. You can be pro -life and you can acknowledge that this issue is killing us at the ballot box and we're losing elections. And here's what Mike Cernovich, who's a conservative influencer on social media, here's what he tweeted or posted on X. He said, if you want to be pro -life, no exceptions, good for you. Lose every election, have no political power, then see what life looks like in a Bolshevik hellhole. Will you feel good because you didn't compromise as your children starve? That's the alternative. And I really do appreciate his point. I am pro -life. I'm proud to tell you every day about Preborn. I want you to support an organization like Preborn. I want women to see ultrasounds and see what that baby inside their womb looks like, because the chances are that woman is going to choose life. I have fought and represented the life movement for many, many years, but I'm also realistic enough to know that if we lose election after election after election because too many women are turning against the GOP over additional abortion restrictions, we're never going to have any Republicans in office to prevent more carnage against the unborn, because we may never win another election. And that's the dilemma. I truly believe that Trump was answering the question on Meet the Press with that in mind, that the reason he thinks it's a terrible idea is he thinks it's costing us elections. Is he pro -life? Of course he is. Was it a clunky answer? Perhaps. Should you want to score points by declaring that Trump is now somehow some wild -eyed pro -choice Democrat? I don't think that's fair and I don't think that's reasonable, but I'm going to turn it over to the smartest audience in America. That's you. Here's the PhD weight loss and because you probably followed this controversy over the weekend. I want to get your take on it. I want to get your reaction. I heard from my pal, Joey Hudson. A lot of people in South Carolina were shocked at what Trump said, very disappointed in his answer. Do you feel that way or do you recognize he is trying to navigate the challenge of winning elections so that we can continue to have the kind of pro -life presidency that he delivered? Am I wrong? 800 -655 -MIKE. 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A highlight from Dennis & Julie: Drawing the Line
"Cable news, noisy, boring, out of touch. That's why Salem News Channel is different. We keep you in the know. Streaming 24 seven for free. Home to the greatest collection of conservative voices like Dennis Prager, Jay Sekulow, Mike Gallagher and more. Salem News Channel is unfiltered and unapologetic. Watch anytime on any screen at snc .tv and local now, channel 525. Hi everybody, Dennis Prager and Julie Hartman. The Dennis and Julie podcast. I'm debating whether or not I should acknowledge how much we both look forward to this. You know, I think the audience is aware. Okay, so I won't say another word. And I think the audience is aware that we also enjoy the music. Yeah, okay, so you're right. All right, this was a very, very subtle, I wouldn't say put down. By me? Yeah. Oh, I'm sorry. No, no, no, it wasn't bad at all. It was deserved. What you were implying was I mentioned that quite often. Ergo, no need to repeat. That's what I picked up. You know what? We will have a similar thing at the end of the show because I'll say, follow me, Julie Hartman. Yes, and then don't ask me. That's right. There is no need for that. It's not asking. I'll say, I don't even ask anymore. I say, and you can follow Dennis on Instagram and Twitter. You go, really? You can? I have an Instagram.
A highlight from "Jeezy & Jennie Mai Seemed To Truly Be In Love...What Happened ?"
"Welcome to a Sunday edition of Convo Over Cigars. I'm your host, Derrick Andre Flemming, and I want to talk about something that I think, you know, it, some people say, well, why do, why do people care? Is their business? I get it. They're celebrities. They're high profile people, but that's their business. The divorce between Young Jeezy and is it Jenny Mai, the former talk show host from The Real, they seem so in love. And this is what I think is a little bit confusing about the divorce. The fact that our Young Jeezy recently filed for divorce in Fulton County, Georgia. After they posted so many pictures, him trying to adapt to her culture. Of course, I think she is, is a Filipino. She's from, she's not African American. She definitely is a woman who is from another culture. So I think the fact that Jeezy showed that he was trying to acclimate to her traditions, her culture, they had a baby together, Monaco. I think the baby is what, two? I'm not sure. Don't quote me. But here, here is the problem that I have with the Young Jeezy filing for divorce. So many women, specifically women of color, African American women are excited that he filed for divorce. They're saying things like, well, why was he with her in the first place? You know, hey, he should have known better. Here's, she's not black, you know, stick with your own kind, stick with your race. Anytime somebody files for divorce, that means that that was a last ditch effort. That means that they tried everything, but they just couldn't make it work. Unfortunately, who is going to suffer in this situation is baby Monaco. The baby's going to suffer, the child, the daughter. Adults sometimes can't make it work. Regardless of how hard they fight, it just isn't working. But we should not be clapping and applauding that somebody had to file for divorce. Because this is, again, another young black child that is going to be raised by a single mother. Let's just be clear. And Jeannie Mai, she's not a black woman, and I can understand the sisterhood that African American women seem to have. But still, it is very unfortunate that he had to file for divorce, and he was separated before he filed for divorce. That means that they had kind of like irreconcilable, irreconcilable differences. Let's not applaud people's downfall. Let's not applaud divorce. Divorce is nothing to be happy about. I think there are people, and I'm happy that some people actually have said, we hope they work it out. We hope they get back together. We hope they can come to some type of an agreement. Divorce is not pretty. And these are two people that I think really loved one another. I definitely think that Jeannie Mai loved Young Jeezy. I think it was something different for her. Many people are saying, hey, you know, she said that black men are only great for a side dish, that she was married to a white man, that Jeezy was more like a fetish for her. Maybe at first. But I think as she began to learn more about him, his culture, his background, the fact that he came from humble beginnings, he's from the trap, he was a dope boy. I think she tried to do her best to be a good wife to Jeezy. And there are people that are saying Jeezy used her to enhance his career, that he was on a downfall. You know, now he has a book, Adversity for Sale, that's on the New York Times bestseller list. She basically made Young Jeezy relevant again, Jay Jenkins. So my thoughts, I just hope they work it out. I have my personal opinions, but I just hope they can work it out for the sake of the baby. And I hope that Jeezy thinks about what he's doing. I haven't heard anything from Jeannie Mai at all. She's been very silent. Obviously, she's going to break her silence at some point. But we're definitely rooting that they work it out and get back together. You guys have been locked into another edition, a Sunday edition of Convo Over Cigars. I'm of course your host, Derrick Andre Flemming. Take care.
Jeezy Says "See Ya" And Files For Divorce From Wife Of 2 Years Jennie Mai
"Welcome to Convo Over Cigars. I'm your host Derek Andre Flemming. Some kind of bad news for rapper Young Jeezy. Jeezy is one of my favorite rappers. He's from Columbia, South Carolina. I know he hails from South Carolina as I do. Rapper Young Jeezy has filed for divorce from his wife of two years, Jeannie Mai. The couple share a daughter, Monica Mai Jenkins. Sources say that J Jenkins, aka Young Jeezy, had already separated from Jeannie before filing for divorce. The two met on her previous talk show, The Real, which was canceled back in 2022 after eight seasons. The couple showed no sign of distress or any problems. She definitely supported Jeezy when he came out with his new book, Adversity for Sale. She was extremely supportive when he released the book, so no one saw this coming. But obviously, like I said, he had already separated from her. The crazy part about this particular story, their union in general, Jeannie Mai had said some things in the past that, you know, I think I'm kind of paraphrasing. Well, she said that you don't really marry or date black men. You just kind of have them on the side. They're kind of like a, you know, like a plaything when she was actually married to a Caucasian man, if I'm not mistaken. So there were people and there still are people who say that Jeannie Mai is just kind of like an undercover racist or she has these racial tendencies. She says some things that are a little bit off color. So there were a lot of women, especially African -American women, who say that, you know, why was Jeezy even with this woman in the first place? Why did he even marry her? You know, Jeezy straight off from the hood, you know, even though he's very, very successful, very wealthy rapper who came out the trap. You know, you know, he marries a woman who is I think she's a Filipino descent, if I'm not mistaken. Don't quote me. But so there are a lot of women, particularly who are clapping, who are plotting this split. The fact that Jay Jenkins, a .k .a. Young Jeezy, has filed for divorce from his wife of two years. The couple was together for a total of four years, but they've only been married for two. Fortunately, there was also a prenuptial agreement in place. So Jeannie Mai comes into the marriage, well, leaves the marriage with everything she came in with. So does Jay Jenkins, a .k .a. Young Jeezy. We're going to keep you guys abreast of what's going on with this developing story again. Rapper Young Jeezy files for divorce from his wife of two years. You guys have been locked into another edition of Combo of Cigars. I'm your host, Derek Andre Flemming on a Friday. Everybody take care. Have a great weekend, guys.
A highlight from Halting a Dem Gun Grab with Brian Festa and Rep. Dan Bishop
"Cable news, noisy, boring, out of touch. That's why Salem News Channel is different. We keep you in the know. Streaming 24 -7 for free. Home to the greatest collection of conservative voices like Dennis Prager, Jay Sekulow, Mike Gallagher, and more. Salem News Channel is unfiltered and unapologetic. Watch anytime on any screen at snc .tv and local now channel 525. Hey everybody, it's Dan the Charlie Kirk Show. Congressman Dan Bishop joins the program. We discussed the latest with the 930 deadline looming and Brian Festa to talk about the New Mexico governor and why I disagree with Brian Kemp using an emergency declaration to lower taxes. Email us freedom at charliekirk .com and subscribe to our podcast. Get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com, the most important student movement in the country, tpusa .com. Buckle up everybody, here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House folks.
"jay z" Discussed on The Photographer's Journey
"When. I'm when i'm working with team comfortable with you know that. That sounds awesome to be honest when i look at your photography project specifically as is a work of art some of those shots the lighting the composition. I could so beautiful. I kind of want to print. Are you selling me. Sprints at all like is this going to book somewhere. I have a book that i that i've been working on so i have a book that i carry around Like oh school. You know like i keep a book with you. Know like a portfolio book. And so whenever. I was like hey like you gotta. Instagram got instagram. But i actually have this book. And i owned and let them let them flip through that. It's not it's not for sale yet. It has some some client working and in some personal working in for sure So there's there's a mix is not for sale. A lot of people ask like when it is going to go on sale at some point within the next few years. Like i do plan on releasing something that's for sale Again with representation. That's something like allowing them to to focus on getting new work and current clients and it allows me to take a step back work one finishing the book. And you know new prints and things like that so to answer your question. The short answer is no. It's not for sale right now. But at some point there will be a book at some point I'm currently you know. Restructuring the website. To where i can Put some prints up for people to sell. We're just trying to make it to. Where is easy seamless. As possible for people to go and click the pictures that wanna get printed you know figure out framing in in all of that stuff but do it like straight from the website. So that's something that's been important to me something that we're working on right now. Let me know if we can help you at the right place at the right place. I'm i'm pretty sure you know we'll get that together That's awesome and wanted to take a segue to your other work your client work but also touch on the celebrity work. I know you shoot a few celebrities here. And there. I saw the likes of you know jay z and beyond say stevie wonder i did want to talk about the stevie wonder shots because it really caught my eye..
"jay z" Discussed on Nightly Pop
"Tonight on do post like this annoy you or do you guys think this is sweet. This one annoy me. I just want to go trick or treating in her neighborhood. She gives out candy show. I think it kind of paralyzes you right. Piece sound so eloquent la can't and rental emmett call it quits. After three year engagement manza cheater. I wouldn't be like yeah no fucking might dibble and dabble another giant. Do not think i'm duly is biggest fan by any means. I didn't even know she sang for the first couple of years. I thought she was like a albanian. Yoga master go slide into with us. Starting right now. Bob nita's here honduras here. I'm here me. How are you guys feeling tonight. Good good good. Good good almost feels like it's being of the day it does hunter all right. Let's get started. The stallions boyfriend party shared a sweet video tribute to celebrate their one year anniversary but then she talked him with her own tribute posting a photo of him looking very thirsty. Okay okay oh man so do post like this annoy you or do you guys think this is sweet. This one didn't annoy me man. I ended up with my boobs. I cannot do that with my butt. Though she looks the best she's ever looked also she's in love. She's happy she's got you know a but that's a shelf i'm more can you ask for money. She looks calm and at ease though. Her face has a certain ease right now where she really looks so beautiful. Good for them. I'm happy i think. Also some of these posts are knowing. If you feel like they're in all right everything you would do. If you had a you know what i mean your selling you make the sound. You'll be doing them. Thanks to i envy women that can put a cup on their button rested as a shelf amen. I'm so jealous. Where do they live like. Where is What state well. She's from houston. But i'm not sure where the resulting in la they're like all over when you're trying to join the party. No i just want to go trick or treating in her neighborhood. She gives out candy. Goss ridiculous oh my god. All right fiance jay z. Let fans in on their date nights. The couple.
"jay z" Discussed on Habits and Hustle
"I didn't experiment once. I wanted to get really good at one liner so that i get very quick to the left so i went on a subway in sort of doing standup up on a subway. Which is very scary. Because it's an it's also experimenting with dealing with a hassle audience. And you know that's an expert. There is no downside. Really even scary. Has nobody would know who. I was and the upside is out. Get really good at like high stress situations on stage and there was even more upside. I enjoyed it doing it. So much loss burst that. I shot an entire talk show format on a subway and pitched it to an agent as a talk show and they rejected it but you not that huge upside going can have my own talk. Show on a subway if they liked it. I love this fact that you're so resilient to like you don't let someone saying no you just stop you or somebody not not working out for you stop you. You kind of keep on like onto the next thing like as jay z says like a you know onto the next one. What how what what. How do you teach someone that skill of like. Keep on trying keep on moving not not not kind of getting getting stuck and stop at the no. It didn't work out. I'll try this. Or if i can't go through the window to the door i can't go through the door i'll jump you know what i mean like your. That's how you you seem to kind of live your lice and thing is first off. There's no avoiding disappointment. Like if you go up on stage alex. I'm always using comedy as an example here. But if you go up on stage and everyone booze you you're gonna be sad and depressed but you go back the next day because you love doing something. Which is why it's really important to do what you love it. You know people say oh. You don't have to do what you love..
"jay z" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Oh yeah wait. Are you the guy you mean. I'm just going to the five g. Microchips are gonna activate to the vaccine in my blood and then what happens. When will that happen. It's inevitable and the question is when are we going to the illuminating show business. Are we going to flip the switch that that turns on five g. microchips that sync up. I shouldn't even be telling you this that sync up with the vaccine in your blood and make everybody finale at the same time. I can't tell you. But i do love the number six and nine. So it's gonna be conspiracies are never like fun. Things like that surprise parties. It's like yeah it's like. Yeah there's a chip in new but it's gonna make you have a great orgasm all at once. it's a party. The aluminum should throw a curveball. Every once in a while. I'm not here to the luminosity because i think if there if that's real jay z and beyonce one hundred percent in it and i would trust them to run the entire show. I'm like all right. If you guys are in charge then we'll be ok. Who run the world. Illuminate was the first drop. Jay was like are you now. I'll ask you a question man who has a question. Are you worried about that. Was that a spanish now. You just everybody.
"jay z" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie
"So really enjoyed that and are now. I just got to give a shout out to a concert. I went to this this last week. You to concert laureus Jahmai first concert since twenty eighteen twenty nine twenty nineteen. Yeah i concert since twenty nineteen and it was. It was so fun echo. She guys know is one of the a handful of rap and hip hop artists. That i listened to and he was great. He was so he was awesome. I like oh. I listened to him. I feel like i goes like one of those. Like lyricist that incorporate storytelling orderly in like some people like do like storytelling and incorporate lyricism icon you. I feel like he does that. And then there's people that do both late jay z. Yeah yeah totally..
"jay z" Discussed on Down To Folk
"Stories this window disguise or protect your true self and with that she vanished and richard sat alone in a large room. Kinda like the one from beating the beast but with no books. It's kind of depressing and for the next few centuries. He did what he was told creating. Stories 'cause playing as a window. Using the shaggy defense to allude authorities. It was tough and tireless work but together with his new ethereal best. He kelly they fill that room to the brim. Mountains of stories of mindless violence wanton murder many questioned their motives but it all came down to three simple words likes follow and re tweets this maniacal duo would grow to become the most feared power couple in the entire universe all the universes. I mean second only to like jay z and beyond safe but come on as their influence grew they created splinter cells each manufacturing their own elaborate histories through made up stories. I would tell you a few. But i'm not trying to get cancelled here. You can figure out where. I'm going with that though right. I mean whatever group you're thinking about right now with lots of followers built on a foundation of made up stories. That's the one. I'm talking about the humble. Farmer's influence grew and in the most recent of times he recruited others to help him and one became his loyalist subject. He shared this very story with him and soon. The student became the teacher. The humble farmer finally after centuries could arrest one day he learned that his loyal minion had betrayed him. He had tried to reveal the truth. Luckily no one listened and it had been right in front of their faces the whole time. They just had to pay attention. But how could one man all of this off. And.
"jay z" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Rate and then he did end up getting arrested and he gave an update. He said i'm i'm alright back frey. Fm thank you off. I mean listen that big missed his blessing because he led his prejudices getting away his people young glue guide to cash. You wanted that trail tall. You know that that guy would have got that money but not now enough. Good you know. Who's who because i wouldn't want my money into a big not at all you know it's interesting because sometimes when have you ever been in a store and felt like you were being profiled go ahead now i was gonna say and then what do you do. You say. i'm not bringing my business here or do you try to buy something to prove to them. That it depends. On what situa-. Sometimes i go to a different sales person That that do wasn't follow me. Or sometimes i bring my business someplace else. I i've done it many times. I've definitely seen people do stupid stuff. I hate when they do that. They get mad at the store owner and be like i'm what biden whole then point to a different salesperson. You know your money even when you purchase vehicles a lot like i. The first thing i do is i look for brother in a store to help me out of bravo sister to help me out. And if somebody's doing something. I go to somebody that that decided to help me and i will issue on a person that just looking stupid for not helping me but you still giving the stall money. Though starring at a sales person personnel enough of that. I rather not give the whole story in the whole store out of stuffing for the this big salesperson. I right now jay z. Ambience say people are upset at them for posing with this rare. Basquiat painting and also They did that to sell a tiffany. Diamond is a new ad campaign featuring jay z ambience as called about love and people tell me who these people are listening media. Social media van lethal posted. Am i the only one..
"jay z" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"How he sang. You wrote and made this whole thing. Come to life everybody. I need folks who didn't purchase the stuff please just before the show is out. Take us back on that journey again. Matthew we all jumping to stand up comedy game so other doors open up like if you just want to be a stand up your whole life you know. It's nothing wrong with that but you should have bigger goals. You know what i'm saying and our goals are to be on tv in being a movie because when you do that your stock goes up. You know what i mean like. Jay z does album releases. The album and goes on tour makes more money. You know what i mean. So it's like to be able to do your own film independently in the habit done inhabit. Done well and get actors that you want to be in it and then release on all these streaming platforms. I mean that's the way to go right now. You could come into america. The biggest movie two year came on a streaming platforms. Come on and and have your movie on amazon prime in a habit on on to be in the habit or comcast the habit on all of these different joints and it's like people can enjoy your work for free so it's not like they hitting them over the head it'd be like you came to come see me. Paid one hundred dollars to see me at carolina. Now pay another twenty or thirty to see me at home. You can actually enjoy my work for free onto the people. Understand to be is like the next netflix. You can watch the movie on your phone. Cast it on your smart. Tv please our hope you have a smart tv at home. You can cast it or your put at right on your tv onto amazon prime and enjoy the movie with your family. And i guarantee you you will laugh your ass off. Yes and. I'm not saying that because i'm known rob for years. This is actually a hilarious movie. From the beginning to end with a storyline storyline. Real acting real camera work. You know what. I mean it. It was hard to get the one of the hardest. Things i did too. I told you last time we shot the whole movie. Thirteen days man which was which was like that was some mentality that i had to really whip crack the whip for the cast and crew to get it done but they were. They were ready for it man. They ready for you. Know what i mean. Rob the people that want to not named Naming the movies the stuff. There's another movie called the stuff. That's one thousand nine hundred five. That's a horror. Film is not that the comedy the comedy drama action film this stuff. Yes and you know you on the right film. You're gonna see rob's face right day as clear as day and just everyone please go you right. my my my listeners. My beloved listens. I love you better. Have a smart tv series. Bet have one if not gone out there and get one or you could watch the the the Enjoy stuff on your phone on. Your rate is three in his free. So you can't be free you know. Allow people love free rob. If you don't mind i'll say this all is the four letter word.
"jay z" Discussed on Sadhguru's Podcast
"It's hard when when when i'll be at your spectrum universe for you that's that's all you see but you know i'm not sure i'm not sure when i got to the point where what i had accumulated became who i thought i was anyway so i was making very very big changes you know. Moving moving countries Getting in and out of certain business relationships certain businesses. That i've had forever but i decided i just asked about anymore. I don't wanna do it. Anyone can see the point at all. and and going back to myself and it was so so. Go through your person. And i go. Oh man they don't call it in engineering for nothing like it's it's really really you've gotta go inside track I you just said something about how when the wise speak it. They generally spoke to the few beautiful jay jay z. Verse and jay z says My homie said hold on many of us are told them lessons. Mall there's plenty of us. and what i found in that process. Where i was going through was changed. This metamorphosis was even the people i was able to surround myself with the conversations was able to have those. The number of people grew thinner but the conversations grew depot. And i suppose the question i'm asking is is that just the natural course of who we are. Human beings doesn't follow that for you and i have a real connection and for you to do work of real meaning. Must be fewer of us. Fewer disciples but depth of message. Can we truly transform the world by touching millions of lives and turning ordinary people into disciples of something great say both have that sitting element of reality in it without off. You waited committed people. You cannot do anything at the same time. The few people that put few committed people coming together is to impact illogic humanity. I'm tell you..
"jay z" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)
"Watching come swinging. Remember so many. This is everything. True acts took so it nationally site a push wounds these assume to some so she gets jamaica him singing about this is true indeed. It's nice to fly a just to kiss up. This is jay z. What's up on beyond the one and only app dot fully dude. Dj fresh didn't run ono nano. Who run what's he do. She chicago up on on something but cmo not going to go thrown out on on on happily heavy. Lift your for you. This buddy blitzed love gala there so good got not the pasta de lune tongue. Be important still got that got hit the but you got that got to on that right now. I'm on when when.
"jay z" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"That's rare that you'll find somebody to do that. you know. maybe someday that will happen. You don't have to pay for anything. i mean. That's something that. I think anybody could really help is like i just wanna make things. I don't want to pay for things. What what can we just do that where we don't have to pay. I highly doubt this world revolves around money. So if there's never gonna be nothing for free especially for females. It's bits for free. They expecting something in return from you so unless they just like. I i like i said if you meet good people like i have met some great people who they don't expect me to do anything with them they just want to see me succeed. They don't even expect money out of me They just love my music in as a person so much that they're willing to support but that's very rare that's very rare in the music business majority of i would say ninety percent of the time everybody meet. They're gonna expect something either money or as a female other stuff that they would ask for instead of money and Used to be. You'd have to be boss like you have to be the boss and Just understand your budget and don't work with people if you don't have the money like if you don't have the money i would definitely would not recommend working with certain people because then they could use it against you. It's just a lot of things. people have to understand. So yeah just it's really the money. That's unfortunate is how it is role main the faculty managing but all this is great. I'm just really excited for your through this journey. That you've got the continues. I am going to in on what you got going on with the music that you are putting out like i do these interviews because i care about your all but to me. I don't consider the. That's why i say i don't consider myself professional because professional people that he for the arcade. Goodbye could shut the door. Shut shot or get out here. Get out here okay. Lemme lemme watch my net flex with a frappuccino and be albums. I don't really care about. No i love all of you saw in whatever you do at the future. I'm looking forward to it. I'm excited and like i say i don't even care how many followers you have Care if you're not professor not the fact that he lied to your time out of your day to talk to me. That's what i care about. I don't care about your status so. That's why i wanted to treat you as if it's like this. I'm interviewing with jay z. Like i treat everybody. Everybody has their own special. So i don't wanna make anybody feel like they're beneath anything like you're still fantastic. Do for even reaching out to me. So that's what i really appreciate on. God you know that really touches my heart. The brother the the weird jokes i thrown at you this time were you do people your work. Okay so everybody you can go to. I mean it's everywhere is youtube cloud Apple i tunes spotify everywhere. You anything anywhere you can think of my songs. Are there. my instagram The best place reach me through email. an idea. I don't really like a responding to. I get i have it where you had to request a message me in it gets. It gets kind of tiring. So i will definitely recommend for people who are very professional work with me to just email me. My emails on mainstream. Use tap the little email. But i think that's what you did your denied I mean need said that you're growing Allowed creepy people are jerks. I would just keep those. dmz closed. Because i i just know a lot of women on instagram..
"jay z" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast
"Look at why there's fear there and there's a lot to talk about there but I won't even go there right now. And and hence I'm just passionate about it. I have seen so many people make such great strides wage. A little ones and change things about their boy that they really were worrying. Were part of their personality, like, oh my boys, and aggressive, little one or, you know, he's a troublemaker or something like that. We offer a tribute these qualities to their personality and just start labeling them. And what I want to say is no, actually, those are just behaviors. So let's not lose track of this week Point underneath those Troublesome behaviors and said connect with him and let let those behaviors kind of Fall Away. Well in some of it is about just normalizing the level of activity that are boys, need wage and the level of you know, you guys are all familiar with the level of a wrestling that happens in your household between them and many women, especially women who were not raised with Brothers, like Jay-Z as this is surprising and shocking. And I have many months that I work with our nerve sensitive. So they're the just log. Level of noise is really troubling to them and I I tell moms all the time and get earplugs, just put some ear plugs in. So it's it's it's kind of coming to terms with that level and normalizing, it just cuz they're wrestling. And they're noisy, doesn't mean they're, you know, moving towards anger or towards aggression. This is the true expression of fact, many of our boys are and allowing and you talked earlier about, you know, being expelled from preschool. I've worked with those families. Their kids have been expressed expelled from preschool and it's often because they're just being boys and the environment does not fit, that doesn't allow for that level of activity. We still have a lot of work to do with. Yeah, we do have a lot of work to do and and and some event is as simple as adjusting, our expectations and helping Society, adjust into expectations, just like we're talking about and some of its job. Was looking at our boys and saying, hey, you know, hey, he's really struggling here, he's got, he's rigid. Like he can't, he can't kind of role when when plans change or when wage, you know, the green shirt is dirty and he really.
"jay z" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On
"Seeing like example i have is is built boys right so obviously you look at adobo. They got ladies car motorbikes everything being like poverty and that's what i saw gonna but they were given back. They were giving people that didn't have it at the same time so you're taking so in my mind if they're taking care of that oh gives it to how their spending their personal how they want to spend the money that they're making whatever and i guess i applaud that same logic to a jay. Jay z's the world that i know that are giving back but still splurging spending money. The way they went soon going to have my opinion they have right to that. That's just the way. I persons the you because you know.
"jay z" Discussed on insaneopedia
"As we go forward on things we can do to improve or things you might wanna talk about or any ideas on the subjects that we've brought up already which we're going to bring up some as we get going. We haven't brought up any yet because our first episode but a wait. You don't even know who we are yet. Oh we're insane pedia. I'm jay z. And i'm mike and again. Welcome to insane. Oh pedia and thanks for joining a center. Very first podcast. We wanna get down to getting some information out there. Let everybody know exactly what we're trying to do and that being said in that process. We don't want to offend anybody. We don't wanna really talk too much about politics or religion. Keep everything in that. Pg thirteen range for us please. Because we're not gonna listen or submit any kind of information if anybody's doing that. Everyone is welcome to submit topics you know. Just keep it. Keep it kind of clean. You know we're not again. We're not here to offend anybody. We're here to have a good time. Yeah we want to be able to hear from everybody make it a a full range it's again. Pg thirteen nor religion. No politics will stay away from anything else after that. We just wanted to let everybody know that just to get going on our very first one so i think it was important nowadays again. Real easy to offend people we. We definitely don't want to do that. We wanna have fun. We want to actually have people submit a bunch of cool questions to us through our email. Were hoping for a lot of listener feedback so that we can find the topics that are going to help us go. Nonspecific roads would What is a good email. Jim got a good one. Yeah the emails insane. Oh pedia gmail.com. C can reach us through there. If you have questions or you can check out our our website and say no pedia dot com. You can find our podcast on an encyclopedia that blueberry dot net. now that's our host right. Their host say yes. That's where you can find all of our podcasts..
"jay z" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Of Jay Z's blueprint, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers sat say that that pump them up for Sunday's game. You know, Jay Z. I think he's in. He's working with the NFL to put together these big entertainment. Yeah, I think he's like, kind of on staff. Like so that was just part of the play list that they released for all them songs there too many to go through, But it obviously worked because they won 31 to 9. Yeah, they did. Okay, did all right. Yeah, we're all pumped up. Let's get outside and see how things are moving along the roadways. Now Brian Nobles is checking in this report is ready by Mercedes Benz of Stockton still got a big problem getting into downtown on sound down the high five for 20 this morning had a vehicle versus pedestrian accident. It's resulted in a fatality right now South Down I five Garden highway. The left Lane is the only one open traffic is at a crawl all the way back to Del Paso. If you're coming in from Woodland on the high five, I hesitate to gather gets as to how long it's going to take you to get into downtown. But suffice it to say you look good till you get to Del Paso. And then you slowed to a crawl of the rest of our freeways Look good. 80 from Roseville, nine minutes to the Cap City split nine more on the cap city and you're downtown 13. And you're downtown from El Growth on five or 99 50 from Folsom in 18 minute Drive in 16 over the drive with your coming in from Davis is down 80 across the causeway, the certified pre owned sales of an immersive events. It's not gonna end This month. Grace is always 1.99% on a A PR select certified pre owned vehicles, and they'll make your first two months payments up to $1500 visiting the same events and stocking off 55 of the eight mile road. Exit traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Here's a look at your forecast today. Cloudy with a high near 62 degrees tomorrow, the same cloudy with the high about 63 degrees. And then on Wednesday, forecasters say little bit of sunshine with higher.
"jay z" Discussed on Section 138
"The blue jay z. And it's just a very unfortunate situation. I think a lot of people through sports and espn all these other reporters. They've always basically said if you want a good team in canada you have to draft you have to trade or overpay and it just kind of is how it is you know you look at the blue jays. Most of their roster is from international signings or signings our draftkings or something in order to kinda not convinced the player but out of their control. You know obviously you can control if you sign with the team that drafted you but at the same time. They've already selected you so it's just unfortunately with free agency. I'm starting to get a little worried. I was very optimistic and the start of it. Even though even you'll go back to the summer. I didn't think we're going to have a very aggressive free agency. But they said they were optimistic that they would do something. But now as we're seeing. Is you know we thought the the yankees we're going to the blue jays we're going to snag. Dj lemay you from the yankees. Well he kind of you know. He ended up. Going back to the yankees. Even though the blue jays comparably offered him a better amount per year. So it's just is unfortunately we're to seal free agency goes. It's definitely a weird situation to be in because like you said mark. I want obviously the blue jays to be a good team and i think that they they do have the money to spend right now but at the same time. At what point do you draw the line. Saying this is an okay amount of money but anything more than that you know. Maybe it gets player. But it's not worth it in terms of you know the bottom line. Well let's create this like if if the blue jays miss out on george springer like what happens then do they just go all in on like trevor bauer or jt. Romeo like i guess. That's why i'm not totally freaking out yet. Because there's still so many other names on the market like i'm not even pitchers like james paxton. Jay z like these guys are still on the market. So that's why i'm like. It's not the end of the world. If they miss out on. George i get like. That's where i'm that's how. I'm trying to convince myself that that's true so that i don't get too disappointed with the news of springer signing with the mets which i honestly if i'm being honest i it kind of feels like it's inevitable at this point. Yeah exactly i'm not. I'm not panicking yet like you said there are. There is still time. I mean it's not like free or it's not like Spring training and whatnot. Starting next week there is time but it is still just a weird situation. I think the blue jays do miss out. On george springer the fans a lot of them will lose their mind on twitter You know people will say how dare you get us all hyped up for this entire off season and then do nothing as for me. I'm not gonna get angry. Like george springer is a great player..
"jay z" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Know. That there's this money out there. And because the money was out there, we limped through survival. Now, as I said yesterday, if you would listen my show, um We have talked about the fact that we didn't really most of us die. We lived. We slow down a little bit. Then we'd come back. And we came back because of the stimulus package is because of the P p p. These guys did it right this time. They didn't let the bottom fall out of the economy. And so just as soon as They started lowering the rate of growth of the virus. Then. The economy started picking back up. And that happened until we came to summer. And in mid summer that it was the Oh my gosh, the summer problem. Is Cory in mid summer. I'm sorry we got to summer They started to get cold again. And, you know, they said it was going to go through the roof during the winter. And of course it did. They knew it was gonna happen. They told us it was gonna happen and it happened. Right. That's the way the flu works, and this is a form of flu. I believe the virus Yeah. We now have this situation when he brought up and I thought, very interesting observation. He said. The reason that the economy could not come back completely and will not come back completely for quite a while. Is this We still have governments around the country city state. County. Local Telling people they can't open their businesses. We can't open pass a certain amount of time. They can only serve certain number of people, as Cedric said to say, so there's still control there, right? Secondly, you now have An entire electorate of people. The entire economy is filled with people skeptical of going out. Wouldn't get out of playing right now. This guy said he had not got another plane used to play all the time, because, well, it's my agent thought my age also I'm 64 years old. You think I wanna risk getting on a plane? Right. You do you want to risk going to a baseball game football game? Just whatever game it doesn't really matter. I'm not going. Why I don't want to die. And so he made this point. That was so Would say sound and human felt that you now have a double edged sword here. The double edged sword is the government still doesn't want you to open your business. Still want you to shut down and protect everybody. And you yourself even if they would let you go. Might not go to a basketball football game baseball game. You might not even go. Even though you might open up their life. You might not even still be willing to go. That's the real challenge. So, he says, because of these two reasons We have a couple of issues here. The first issue is we have all these people with no money. They've lived out all their savings have taken all their unemployment. And they need more money. And the government. Is it should be required to give them that money since they took that money away from them. Now you see why Because they being broke with no job cannot go borrow enough money to survive. On the other hand, the government and this is a great point made the government could borrow. His much is it wants? It can make his much money that wants to make and no one will stop it. So what does that mean? Bottom line. The government needs to borrow the money create the debt. Give it to the people live on. We'll be right back with Del wildly radio show. Make the right choice. The morning drive with Jay Z and Elliot weekday morning, said six on talk radio 6.