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07:58 min | 1 year ago

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"Rogers Campground in the beautiful white Mount, sending Hampshire always blessed to be here, man. I've spent the last year looking forward to being back. It is true that there are certain elements that are missing like, you know, obviously it's in, but it's still a great time, and we're joined now by Danny, who used to do the crypto show that was broadcast on lrn dot FM. You were talking with us earlier about crap coins. Yeah, You just attended a crap coin A bit. Yes, in Miami, and it was, it was quite a bit of fun. Actually, it was more creative. There's a lot of younger people. They're actually trying to build stuff. And then and then I wandered over to the Bitcoin conference. And it was just like this herd of thousands and thousands of going to say, I thought we were talking about the Bitcoin conference in Miami, which is supposed to be the largest Bitcoin event ever. It was the largest cluster of another is another word. I can't say. But, yeah. So there was both a Bitcoin festival and a crap coin Festival in Miami. And of the two Bitcoin was the true crap Coin Festival. Uh, um I don't want to say it was a crap Coin festival, but it was just so overwhelming. I was there trying to get content and there was just nothing to get really that, you know, right? It's a bunch of people who just heard about Bitcoin who are really excited about making a whole bunch of money. You know, they think that they've they've found the Golden Goose, which I don't know whether they're right or wrong, but it's well. Based on what I'm hearing over the last several months. They seem to be wrong. Bitcoin is on the decline at least. Relative to the U. S. D. I don't know if adoption is up anything like that? Because I can't really monitor it that closely given certain conditions. Yeah. Well, basically, um the general consensus is that China's saying mean things about Bitcoin. And we're scared because China is important and stuff when in fact, Bitcoin is bigger than governments, Um, you know all around the world, and I am not worried at all about whatever China or the United States might attempt to do you know, if China wants to make themselves obsolete by banning crypto, then let them do it. Right. And one thing's for certain about empires is that empires rise and empires fall all that China and the United States are doing if they try to stop. Bitcoin is hastening their own demise. Because the little countries out there are going to become very wealthy by accepting Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies of all sorts as legal tender. Bolivia is one of these aren't there wasn't a Bolivia Ecuador Excuse me, El Salvador? Yeah, that was it recently accepted, officially accepted Bitcoin as legal tender. And that's certainly going to be good for them. And there's a few other Latin American countries that are planning on following suit as well. Okay, awesome. I would legacy Venezuela do it because you know they're currently destroying their people and forcing them to live in poverty and Bitcoin is a pretty good way. Of mitigating that because you know what? What keeps the Venezuelan government going is their ability to just inflate their currency to unreasonable, obviously unreasonable degrees, like thousands of percents of inflation each year. And they can't do that. With Bitcoin. There was a dumpster full of Venezuelan Boulevard is at the Bitcoin like they were just blowing everywhere. It was kind of it was hilarious. So I did collect some of those on the ground. And this is the thing is that, um, you know, and people It's interesting. We go through our daily lives were used these pieces of paper or cloth or whatever you want to call them. That are backed by the full faith and credit of governments around the world, and we exchanged for real goods and real services. And it's amazing the just silliness that humans participate in. I'm not saying that I won't take all of your the dollars you want to give me I don't need a dumpster full of boulevards. But okay, I mean, I I'll be happily take them because I'll turn them into things that will make money for me, but it's it's funny. What we do well, Venezuelans were actually making more money off of the money by by weaving hand baskets and purses and stuff out of the boulevards. They could 10 x their money but weaving it into items that you could use that you could actually use. But that's government inaction. Really. It's inflate the currency. I think it was pre World War two Germany that had More success. Just burning the frank instead of trying to use it to buy firewood. Yes, So it was. The mark is what was What's the Frank is that that's friend, friend France or Switzerland. Okay? I don't know my world history or world currency Because I don't really care. They're all obsolete. They're just these crazy rulers trying to tell other people what to do. Well, I think that we may very well be in the beginning of it here in the United States. It's a deep concern of mine is is that 40%? This is a round number 40% of the dollars that have been created in all time. All of the money in existence into were created in from since March of 2020 since the beginning of Covid, and that making of crap coins, there's 40% more money chasing the same amount of goods or fewer. That's a recipe folks for inflation, especially with the It is a recipe for inflation. But when you factor in the the unemployment, the fact that government hesitant paying people to sit at home and do nothing to get that money out there. Somehow, there's no real productivity and either So the whole thing is this prime to collapse, and I would I would urge people to look into alternative currencies. Like we have the gold back people right up here and throughout the system. I didn't know they were coming until they got here last night. But they're here at the free talk live site for anyone who is somehow Listen to this and interested in acquiring some gold backs. They are, you know, literal pieces of paper that contained the like 1/1000 of an ounce of gold. Yeah, I guess I would call it a filament would be the terminology I would use to describe it. It's kind of a well, It's not paper. That's Yeah. Yeah, it's closer to the plastic gold woven into a how many times in the past, though, has China come out against Bitcoin and then turn right back around? Just a few months later, they're doing the same thing. Now they're just trying to get their hands on more Bitcoin. That's what they're doing Well as I understand it, the recent Think from China about Bitcoin is off. But anyway, it was just then repeating something that they had already said before in the media got ahold of us. Oh, my God! China's banning crypto again? Yeah, they're chasing the miners out. And I guess the minor is going to be relocating, Probably to Texas. You know, one of the biggest bit main has that property outside of Austin. They were they've been planning on building that mind for years anyway, so Does Texas. You're from Texas? I happen to know. Um, does Texas have cheaper power than the rest? So what happened is there was a city that had an aluminum plant and the aluminum plant shut down. So now that city has a large infrastructure for electricity and nowhere to put it, so they they came in to buy. Buy up that old aluminum plant and now they will will take over the power and start using it from mining. Does an aluminum plant, uh, smelt and make aluminum or does it make like roofing? What is it with you? Didn't I just making aluminum? It was Alcoa. There was an Alcoa plant there so that there was an excess of energy and it needs to go somewhere and it'll go to mining. So we brought you on your Danny, by the way from the crypto show. And where can people find that the crypto showed up comets on Facebook and you know all the other. Places that you might be able to find it. Well, over half a decade at this point of broadcast. Uh, yeah, well, we started in 2014 out of the Texas the very first Texas Bitcoin conference. You were there. Uh, I've known you for a long time. Yeah. And, uh, we were on pirate radio, then which that's that station went on for over a decade before they finally got shut down, and the news articles will tell you that it was The government shut it down, and no, it wasn't. It was we lost a place to have the tower. That's it, So the government never won 10 years We thought him off and they never won. They just told the newspaper..

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08:25 min | 1 year ago

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"Chat room in which you can interact with other I should say we have chat rooms in which you can interact with other free talk live listeners head over to our Matrix server at chats dot lrn dot FM. That's actually a page that would give you instructions on how to get to Said. Server Once again, that's chat dot lrn dot FM as normal in and nobody in here on your Friday night, but nobody you brought a special guest co hosts Forest. Introduce him. Yes, it's true. This is life. Zander nap. Um, otherwise known as Scott, and he's from the conversations about freedom podcast. Okay, cool. And Scott reached out to me because he heard some of what I was saying about black lives matter, and it kind of resonated with him. So he wanted me to come on his podcast and argue with this partner and I did that had a good time with it. Yes, yes. Is this a few weeks Several weeks ago? Yeah. I've actually got the video of it. I'll be putting it up for the audio of it. At least I'll be putting it up on library sometime soon. Okay, Cool. It's called getting woke with nobody. Yes, that's the name of that episode. Nice. Well, Scott, Welcome to the program Now. Are you from New Hampshire? I am not. I'm actually from Indiana. Really? And how did you know? What brings you here? Ah, well, I wanted to come check out New Hampshire and Ah, we were actually going to do a gun, Church and Egan Church camping trip this weekend, but things fell through, so I already had the weekend blocked out. Theo, you know, do whatever. So I decided to head up here. Just chilling in the shire. Absolutely great. That's cool So far, Is it your first time here? Yes. Okay. It is my first time here, right on Shire Virgin right in the middle of the winter time, too. So it's it mean Indiana gets cold there too, right? It's actually called her there than it is here. All right? Yes. I believe it's in single digits. Wow. Okay. Okay s o. I mean, was there something in particular that you wanted to discuss, And you? You guys literally just walked in the door, literally 30. Seconds before we went on the air, so I didn't have a chance to meet Scott. Okay, went on the air, so I don't even know where we're going. I could bring something up. We could talk about didn't have anything in particular. It's just he's been listening for a long time to the To the podcast, and I find them always to have interesting things to say. So when I found out he was going to come up and spend a couple days with me. I was like, Hey, I'll see if I can get you on the show. Um So, uh, Okay, Well, I mean, there's always plenty things in the news to talk about here tonight. Chris Wade was actually in just before you guys walked in the door. I guess he didn't get the memo that somebody else is going to be here, and he brought in a story about qualified immunity. Apparently, there was some sort of Supreme Court case that has that has addressed this recently. And so that's what we were going to talk about. Yeah, I think that's a great case. Have you been following that? Yeah. Yeah, I read about that yesterday. I've read about it several times. But I saw the reason article yesterday. Um on and it's a great case. And you can you define for our listeners? What qualified immunity is qualified Immunity is a doctrine of the supreme Court that basically says that you can that a cop can only be found liable for civil damages if he's doing something which has already been ruled unconscious. Tutu sh inal like repeatedly Where he should have known better right? But But it's more than he should have known better. It's like he should have known better from reading a very narrowly defined set of presidents. Okay, so basically, something could be obviously wrong. But if there's never been a case like it before qualified immunity, uh Applies. So if you come up with something really horrible and really creative to do the people that nobody ever thought of before you can't be held liable for that, and nobody could ever be found liable for it, because if you're not found liable for it, then the next guy to do it won't be found liable for it because nobody's ever been found liable for it before. And if you write a good enough report, you're going to get away with it as well. Yeah. Now I'm curious. The story that you were reading about. Was it about a prison warden was that Yeah, he basically he left a inmate sleeping naked in raw sewage. Um, so it was, and nobody's ever done that before And are nobody's ever been taken to court for doing that before. So the appeals court ruled that it was he couldn't be found liable, even though it was, you know, just shocking and the Supreme Court found that any reasonable person should have known that that was a violation of the Eighth Amendment prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment, even in the absence off some idiot, having done it before and and been found liable, Maura less, Let's not how their club works. Well, it's not. And so it's a change to its is different from what they've been doing up till now. And so that's what makes it important. Absolutely, um If you want to comment, you're welcome to join us here over at 603283 61 60. That's 6032836160. And so, actually, I'm still trying to find the story here because, like I said, I didn't actually have it. The The peace here was was Chris. So we may just have to look for that later and see, because the story you would talk about with raw sewage wasn't the one that I was just looking at just now. Okay, so, yeah, we'll see what we can figure out. This one says that the federal court confirms that shackling an inmate during exercise is cruel and unusual punishment. On this had to do with qualified immunity because the warden who flouted the rule was not protected by it. So if federal okay in this case ruled that shackling and inmate In full restraints while exercising qualified as cruel and unusual punishment and that the warden is not protected by qualified immunity. The This was the U. S Court of Appeals for the second Circuit. That confirmed that Angel Quiroz, formerly the warden at Northern Correctional Institute in Connecticut, violated the man's Eighth Amendment rights when prison officials placed Emma Edwards is the prisoner in restraints during his exercise time over a six month period. Specifically, he had his hands cuffed with leg irons on his ankles and a chain tether, securing those two sets of restraints to one another. And they said that in 2014, a lower court gave The warden qualified immunity, the legal doctrine that protects government officials from certain sorts of lawsuits if the alleged misbehavior was not clearly established in a prior case law in practical terms, this means courts often acknowledge that a civil servant infringed on the defendant's rights, but without a court precedent. They still award that civil servant protection from accountability and the case initially followed that pattern. But the U. S District Court for Connecticut ruled that while every inmate has the right to wreck create free from restraints, this was not a clearly established right. However, the second circuit Countermanded that on appeal, allowing the case to go to a jury, which sided with the prisoner in 2018, the district court then turned around and vacated that decision. Ah, fairly uncommon move, maintaining that the warden on Lee had enough information to know of Thieve. I elation for a short period of time as opposed to the entire six months, then appealed again. Uh, the bureaucrat raised the same concern which the court rejected Act. Citing his own testimony. The warden also challenged the idea that an Eighth Amendment violation occurred. It all, arguing that the plaintiff was not deprived of the ability to attend outdoor recreation and to get fresh air and walk. The second Circuit wouldn't have it, the judge wrote. In the case, Quote. We have described the right issue as that some opportunity as that to some opportunity to exercise and we cannot determine as a matter of law that the jury aired.

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06:16 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm just sort of on all a pilot here as I tried to Handle this user who's just spending some help Porch the D live chat? No, because I had the same guy. Yeah, the sticker on band itself persistently. So he's just been. I mean, he's literally just spamming American flags that stay alive dot lrn dot FM for those who want to actually watch us on video. That's right. We are the reason Yeah. We? Are You sure there's a racing Bonnie's here? There's good reason to watch. As we are doing more than just a radio show. It's also video show deal. I've got free talk. Live calm is the U R l so big news possible big news for Bitcoin. Evidently of Visa is saying that they may enter the Bitcoin market. Yeah, I was pretty surprised to see this news, and it may indicate that indeed, institutional investors are, you know, on board and you know, throwing seriously money at crypto currencies because now, according to coindesk dot com Visas CEO I mean, it doesn't get much higher up than that. Visa CEO Al Kelly said. The payments giant is in a position to make crypto currencies. Mork quote, safe, useful, inapplicable unquote on by that, but on safer for the end user and that it's going to be harder for them to get locked out of their wallets. Sure, maybe And may add them to the company's payments Network. Speaking on the company's first fiscal quarter 2021 earnings call, Kelly described crypto currencies like Bitcoin as digital gold that are not used as a form of payment in any significant way at this point. Well, that's not true at all. Well, I mean, it kind of is, Let's try to buy much with Bitcoin unless it's like a really large purchase. I mean, just you gotta remember, Are you we live in crypto Mecca here. I mean, it's easy to get. It's easy to get spoiled. And you know, whenever we go out to eat at a restaurant, we can spend crypto currency and have multiple choices. You know of where to go. The average person doesn't even have one. You know they could maybe buy some stuff online it you know, various different websites with Bitcoin with this person would be the way to do it. Yeah, and purses a great sight. There's no doubt about it. Say that purse dot com will actually send a little bit too to the show. If you enter through that through that you are l If you create your account through that you're ill afterwards. It doesn't matter. But according to the story here, he says, Our strategy here is to work with wallets and exchanges to enable users to purchase these currencies using their visa credentials or to cash out onto our visa credential to make a Fiat purchase at any of the 70 million merchants where visa is accepted globally, he said. So they actually have a plan here. This isn't just off. You know, we could maybe add Bitcoin to visa. It does sound like they've had got something specific in mind here. Yeah, You're right about that. That's good news said. I've already got a card in my wallet with. I think the visa logo on it that is a crypto currency. Debit card and I know master card at has some of these here. Let's see yet. Yep. That's the visa logo there on my my cards. So, is that christo dot com Or that's the crypto dot com card and uphold. I believe his master card, so that doesn't necessarily mean Yeah, that's the MasterCard one for uphold. So I mean, these allow you to just swipe the card, and it deducts the equivalent amount of crypto currency from your wallets. Pulled. Does the crypto dot com card. You have to convert $2 before you load the card, whereas uphold, actually does pull from your crypto ballots so uphold it is a little bit nicer in that way. So uphold is effectively buying your crypto currency from you and settling the ust debt for you. However, they're doing it. Yeah, something like that. But they do it at the point of sale with with uphold dot com, which is really cool. That's something that's very hard to find in a lot of these visa debit cards, so I'm not sure exactly what it is that he's saying that visa will do differently. Then what is already being done on a variety of different crypto debit cards. I'm not sure it has to do anything differently than what they're doing. It has got the name recognition. It's the trusted one that the average person will, you know, go to a visa. He says their own thing now with crypto currency, and it makes Bitcoin more legitimate in the eyes of the average user. Well, I'm happy about that. And if something that this does is, makes it easier for people to buy Bitcoin than I support it, because for a while there it looked like companies like Visa. Or the banks, especially the banks were trying to actively stop people from buying crypto currencies. Where you know they were saying, Oh, if you're transacting with this company, we're going to cut your account off. What he sounds like he's saying years. He wants people to quote enable work with wallets and exchanges to enable users to purchase these currencies. So that sounds to me like, you know, Visa. They know what's happening with their transactions that air coming through right? And if if, for instance, Visa has been instructed by the U. S federal government to say if a off Shore's casino wants toe charge somebody's card, then you're supposed to deny that You're not supposed to do business with certain businesses specifically casinos. Really? Yeah, it's illegal in the United States. From what I understand for any banking institution to assist Person from the United States with loading up the casino account. Jesus. Yeah, that's not legal. Now it's legal. I'm not a lawyer. This isn't legally saying this is why so many online casinos have moved to using crypto currency. Yes, that's exactly why Um, it's not illegal as I understand it now again, not a lawyer. You might want to do your own research. If you're into gambling you probably already have on this, but, uh, the It is. It is not illegal to gamble online so you can legally gamble on an Internet website. It's just a legal print them to help me get money. They're correct. It's illegal for the banks. And in this case, visa any payment processor to help you. Put money on to those those platforms best. So that's why crypto gets around all that because kryptos permission listen, You don't have to have a central authority like Visa standing in the way, so he goes on saying that the payments are sorry, Coindesk says. The payments executive also said stable coins could be used for global commerce and that digital currencies running on public black chains..

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05:55 min | 2 years ago

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"Talk live and you could bring up anything you want here. The number is 673283 61 60 at 6032836160 here in the studio tonight. You've got in. Chris on Nobody where she could bring up whatever you want to talk about. And by the way, I did look up the population of New Jersey since we're talking about it in the last segment, 8.8 Eight million people. So, ah Lot the and that's just keep in mind that the tri state area is substantially more than that, so and that, you know, most of it in Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. There in that tri state area region is eight. New York City alone is a million people. So like, yeah, yeah, alright, Million stories in the naked city. Most people in Jersey are focused around that try that during that New York City. Philadelphia region, So it's it's a lot. Yes, it's about six times just over six times the population of New Hampshire we're talking about our caller had called in to ask about. You know the status of news media today and he was, you know, begrudging the dismal state of news media. And so you know that I was pointing out that this is a situation that Is that a bit of an awkward growth phase for Internet news options like there to find out what happened to the barefoot people because I'm curious, too. I want to know what happened to the shoe. No, I couldn't even find the original story about that. So I don't know. Well, I have no idea, but that's the thing you know. Lack of follow up. Lack of thing is lack of follow up shouldn't make things disappear. I mean, I didn't look that we're already okay. I didn't look that hard is honestly I don't really care about what happened to the people on the mountain. But other people do. Yeah. And wiring mud's London. No, I wanna go. I want to know how these people lost their damn shoot. Right? E mean it's I I can't imagine what could what could cause me when I'm out hiking through the mountains to take it to myself? I think I'm gonna go barefoot. A little. Yeah, I'll probably be able to hold on whom I mean, That's one of those Darwinian kind of factors where I just don't really I don't find myself concerned with what happens to people that want to go up a mountain. Barefoot just seems like a really bad plan. Product will work out well, but but his concern, I think is legitimate about the status of news media out there. I mean, There's a ton of media like we are day lose by media Now. I mean, there's online. You've got no shortage of options. Both international local state national I mean, you can pick From a variety of different opinions, and that's a great thing. But it makes it hard for local media to survive because local media used to get by on the fact that they were one of only a few options and they were the ones with local news and And other news. Well, now you can get your other news from anywhere you want. You know you could go toe ton, a different places to get the latest AP Headlines. And local news. You can't get it from that many places and the ones that are left are going out of business. So there's like like it says awkward phase where there is both a ton of news. And also not really the news you might be looking for. That was the best of times. It was the worst. Isn't that what Twitter was developed for? Twitter isn't news. I mean, Twitter Twitter was was for censorship. I don't know. I don't make it Twitter anymore. You're right. You're right. Twitter is very censorship from probably, but Still because it's a place where people could share it frequently is frequently where the news and I put choosing quotes, sources. Material from that is true. I'm like, Yeah, that's true, and I was one of his work right And that's another interesting thing that has happened is that we've seen the sort of flip inning going on where it used to be. The news, you know, sort of broke the news. But now the news is relying on Twitter. And other centralized, you know, online social platforms as their news breaking, you know, source like, oh, so and so set on Twitter, and then they'll post the tweet. They'll show the tweet in the news report and sometimes the report on what people are saying on Twitter that on its own, has been shown as a news report. So now the people break the news. And then once they get their orders from their masters, the major media fixes it. Yeah lies to you about what it means. Well, that's after Twitter already faced it anyway, because they won't let you say certain things on those. Yeah, that true that true Now we're gonna have to break the news somewhere else. The Twitter can fix that. We have a somewhere else. Luckily, it's free Talk, live social and you can go to social dot free talk live dot com It's a mastered on platform. Ah, and it's working. Great. I have not checked the statistics for this last week, but the last I looked there were over 160 users there after the first two weeks, and they had posted over 500 statuses, and that was that was several days ago. So and will you let Trump too if he signs up? Absolutely okay. Absolutely. Yeah. I have no reason to tell someone. They can't use our service unless they're doing it to somehow abuse. You know other other people, But I can tell him he's an idiot, right? Absolutely OK, groovy. I have to say I've seen a lot of new. I don't know. I don't even know how to phrase it but subscribers or, you know people subscribing to my my master. Don theater. Whatever tutors. What do you call him? I don't know. I don't even know what I don't know what the Twitter terminology is so I really don't know what the mast on terminology. I know it's actually tooting. But like you continue conserve scribe to people, I think sometimes gassy. You can follow. Yeah. Followers. That's what does the term the master on? Don't Twitter? You know, that's a good question. Twitter uses followers. You follow somebody. Is that okay? Thank you. Following both of the platforms. Let's go to Teddy Graham. He's on the line is one of our viewers. On twitch dot lrn dot FM Glad.

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06:37 min | 2 years ago

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"Slash Wall Street bets. Apparently, the sight was made private for some amount of time and was made public again just recently. According to some of the folks in our chat room over at chat dot lrn don't have them. If you want to join the Matrix chat server. There's discussion of this has been going on. There s O check that think they're mistaken. I think they've confused it with the story of discourse. Shutting down the server. Okay, Because that was the other aspect of this was that discord has targeted this Wall Street. That server. Is that what you were going to tell us about? So they've shut down their server complete lists. It's dead, just like the LR in discord Server indeed well and for the same reason, they said hate speech. But according to the people that verge, you know that's pretty true. They were not censoring anything. And there were a lot of racial slurs and stuff. And, oh, I thought they were saying they hated the hedge funds, and so therefore we need to protect the hedge funds. That would have been hilarious. But that doesn't seem to have been the case. Well, well. I would like to suggest to them to check out The Matrix matrix is a poly centric. I think that's a better word than decentralized. It's certainly not like corporate controlled is out of the corporate control. We have our own matrix server. It's ah Federated, which means it's connected to other Matrix servers all around the Internet. So you can reach people who are on those other servers and vice versa. And so I would recommend instead of, you know, just trying to dance around these corporate platforms because that's what most people do is they get kicked off a one corporate pat platform, and then they try to find another corporate platform to replace it. So with social media. They went from Facebook to like me, we or may way or ever been pronouncing parlor Well, parlor got shut down, basically completely by wreck its Web host and Esso on. We talked about that when it happened, But I also saw post recently by this may way who they've been cracking down now on all kinds of groups on May way, so if you thought you were going to go to another centralized platform And that you'd have some sort of safety there. No, your days were numbered from the start. So the best thing you can do is do decentralization. Go with the Matrix Chat server. You don't have to use ours. But you can. If you want. You can go to Matrix. Or good chat down lrn dot FM, and it would give you the step by step instructions on how to get on the server. And there, you can create your own channels. If you want to mean there's already a bunch of channels there you can join. But if there's you know, not the channel that has the topic you want to see discuss, make you're out. If you want it to be public or private. You could do that, too, and it's private. Then you have to invite people to it. But if it's public than it's listed, and anyone can join So check that out and chat. Don lrn dot FM. That's that's a solution for these guys from Wall Street. That's because it may be only a matter of time before read. It takes them down to I mean, who knows is ready to publicly traded company. I have no idea. I don't believe I don't know either. S so again if you wanna weigh in here, 603283 61 60. This is a big deal, and it'll be interesting to see how this develops because these guys have no reason to let up. No, they just made a bunch of money and the longer they don't let up, the more money they make. That's right. One of the things was interesting about this was how I don't know where that post went to. There was a really interesting post that kind of sum this up. Okay, here it is. Just low Key on Twitter at Loki, Julianne Icis. For those who don't know why they're flipping out. Ah, Busted short has to quote investor PD. A hoof raises it nicely and infinite potential for loss because the higher the price of the stock in this case, Gamestop is what's being played with here. The more money you lose if you're a shorter right and you owe people shares, which are scarce. Not money, which is plentiful so and this is explains what you were saying earlier about why the price continues to skyrocket on game stop because the people who are buying it also had the intention to not sell. They want to hold on to the stocks. Which means when these hedge fund managers air trying to repurchase the stocks that they owe people, they can't do it. And it bids the price up of what few stocks are willing to be sold to the point where a lot of these guys on reddit are paying off loans. They're paying off college loans They're buying, you know medicines for their their sick family members. They're all of a sudden these people have a tremendous amount of wealth at their disposal. And you know what they could do with all that wealth, Buy more stocks, My Bitcoin. Well, then they should buy Bitcoin, Bonnie and you're right about that on. Did I hear that? AMC and BlackBerry? Are there? Next targets? Wow. Did you? Did you check the belle of the BlackBerry Stock stock price. I did it. Okay. I haven't either. But AMC shot up by like 100% in just the last day so they may have already begun this process. And some people in our chat room was saying this has been being planned for weeks, so well, sure, something like this doesn't happen overnight. But they made the realization recently that Hey, we actually have more stocks than these people who shortage can acquire And that was when they put this plan into motion and it worked brilliantly Fascinating. 603283 61 60 So You know now they could do this again and again and again, presumably unless they can somehow pull out all the stops and managed to restrict the marketplace because these are centrally controlled markets. That's the one problem that they're dealing with. Here is they are ultimately playing by the system's rules. Now they figured out a way to play the system. And, but that doesn't mean the system won't change its rules. Try to make things more difficult. So I expect that that you're going to see some interesting continuing, you know, conflict on this. Well, they've already sort of begun to change. The rules with not access spent. NASDAQ suspending the trading of game stop. Wasn't that they suspended Gamestop did. We haven't confirmed that they at least suspended game stuff, according to the article that we read So that's changing the rules right there. Hey, we don't like what's happening. We're putting a stop to it. But if they do that, then the hedge fund people literally cannot re buy the stocks. So it's not benefiting the hedge fund people either. What happens in that case? I mean, if they can't re buy the stock that they promised whoever it was that loan the stock to them. What did they is there an option where they can pay like 10 times the cost and just cash it out, or I mean, eventually they go out of business. Then the person doesn't get the stock back. So then I imagine these contracts are enormously long. Yeah. Have a question. What would you say to somebody who said would say like that? It doesn't make sense that you would like this happening to the hedge funds because you're pro capitalism. Oh, well, I'm not a capitalist. I'm a free market person like I don't like the term capitalism..

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02:13 min | 2 years ago

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07:23 min | 2 years ago

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"Number here. 63283 61 60. That's 63283616 year old. The fear continues to build around the people that went and support the people that went TOC capital for their unauthorized tour. That are now resulting in multiple arrests. And the people on the left are freaking out about this Chicago Tribune with story now about so called domestic terrorism, we're going to get into that a little bit further. But I do want you to know about Debbie. Debbie is Cryptocurrency that makes it super easy to run a master note Now on what I see Super easy. I mean, like, Mark, you could handle this. You didn't You had your wife do it for you. You could I trust you? Have done this. It's studies. I feel like if I had had prepared for this jab, I would have had a good response. Uh, it's true DV project out or you can go in, grab the divvy full note there, install that, And then once you get some divvy, you will need to have some divvy in order to run a master. No, that's part of the process have to lock up the divvy that you have in the master known. There's different tiers of master notes, and it's Not too difficult to figure this stuff out. But you do need to go into a little bit of research over Debbie Project out or that's d I V. I project out or GTA purchase TV. You can go to multiple exchanges or just get it straight from the D B team. That's pride the easiest way to do it. As they call it over the counter where you don't have to push up the price on an exchange when you need to buy a large amount of Debbie. So check it out over Debbie Project out, or you can join their telegram channel and connect directly with the debate team. Now, more people have telegram than ever before with, I think half a billion people in the world now on the telegram platform. How many of you have just been getting popped up? Yeah, they just keep coming. Signal. Telegram. Why're line Um there's you know all these encrypted communication APS. We don't just better than text, but everybody have said. I like I like the people are moving away from Facebook. And I like the people that moved away from Twitter. But I have to say, I'm not sure if telegram and signal or the best No signal. The best salvage, I know was that it's not even the outage with signal, but like telegram has started banning, uh, people on the right. Um, channels. Well, know what Telegram did from What I understand was actually ban. Um, channels where people were actually planning violence and they happen to be Nazis. So I mean, I get that you have to hold my breath on that one. But I'm not liking it. Yeah. I mean, it's definitely not see she's not that I support the violin Nazi, too. No, I agree with you there, Chris. It's a slippery slope. That's right, right? Right. And if they could do it for one that could do it for any no doubt about it. I mean, that's why that's why the best bet is to go with the Matrix platform. Which is something we're running here. It free talk live. You could go to matrix dot lrn dot FM, and that'll take you over to chat. Not l A and don't have him to get step by step instructions. That's not that I'm inviting Nazis. I don't really want them on my server either. But if they call in, they're not gonna get too much time on the air. If the Nazis want to have their own chat server, they should be running a matrix server rather than doing something like telegram, which is essentially the Matrix is Federated. If I'm not mistaken, so it's it's not that different from Don't say Facebook, but it's not that in some ways, it's not that different from Facebook in that you can communicate with other people, you know, with the world, so to speak without being I'm surprised you what makes the comparison that it's not that different from Facebook. It's incredibly mean. It's not that different in that you can get on it and be amongst all sorts of different people. You can reach lots of communities. Exactly. That's the only similarity. You would agree. It's exactly the same suffering about. It's very different. It is. It's very different because of the thousands of servers. This. It's similar in that it can handle never reach right. You have a reach. That goes far beyond your own little sir. Correct. And that's something you have on Facebook right now, which is becoming less and less true with Facebook. Yes, but You can move away from that and have more control over. You know what you say and but otherwise, Actually, there's not really much in common it all with face because I just I just very, very different words You used to know. I'm sorry. I was the reason it's different is because it's as you said Federated, which means that there are thousands of servers instead of Facebook, which has all Facebook controlled mean Facebook may have more than one server, but they're all under their control department. So what I was trying to say is it's not one server that you're joining right. It's not just one little small community. It's You are literally when you join a matrix server. You can also communicate with other people on thousands of other directs unless they've purposely dis Federated and well did, which they could do, But it's not censorship free. It's that it's you can't be censored by central entity. Her and therefore your message is going to hit some people. Each server decides their policies. Yeah, I'm I'm I think that everybody should be able to talk. And that's the reason I like these decentralized servers. I don't like the ideas of Nazism. But the people who want to chase them off of platforms are on Lee giving them more power. Because if you don't want somebody to speak, it's because you think they have ideas. That are infectious, good, convincing or whatever. I don't know if that's why I don't know if that's what they believe about the Nazi ideas. I think that they just they are. They're saying it they find declaring it to the world way. That's true. I mean, they just find it to test if the way that you fight Detestable speech is with your own speech. Yeah, absolutely. You know, you don't like we've always certain call in and you certainly don't create Echo chambers, Which is what you're doing. You're creating Echo change. So you're going to Seymour. Extreme behavior from those who you disagree with, and it doesn't matter, And you're going to see the same thing, Probably from your own. People you do agree with, even within your own circles? Sure, there's nobody who's saying the opposite were saying or being more timid about well, plus, they'll start cannibalizing themselves eventually, if they if they push out the Nazis, and then they push out whoever else they don't know. We've already seen this actually with people on the left. I know a lot of people on the left. But not there's very few that I think are anywhere near as extreme. As what You know the people who are speaking currently getting the message out there. It's the extreme left. That's that's what's gonna get attention. And that's not. I'm not saying that though I think the whole everybody in life has gone more extreme, But I did. I still don't think that everybody has gone to the that to the extreme, of which The message is that we're hearing the extreme of the ones that are pushing the right the agenda. Find seeing people on the left being censored by their own, right, you know, by the more extreme people on the left, which is crazy, so back to the story here from the Chicago Tribune, she's talking about trump people hiding Wearing masks. They look like US three author here, she says. We know Trumpism extends way beyond the outspoken strangers we argue with on social media, or the absurd characters dressed in a furry Viking costume. Handmaid's outfits, Red Maga caps or T shirts emblazoned with the slogan God Guns and Trump some of them wear suits. A masquerade as respectable members of our community. They are our neighbors, co workers and people we might even think are our friends..

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06:39 min | 2 years ago

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"Talk live you may dial in if you want to join us, the number 603283 61 60 overarching theme over the last several shows has been decentralized solutions for social media. There's a lot of people out there that are looking for options. Some people are leaving platforms like Facebook and Twitter, these big tech mega corporate giants and going toe lesser corporate giants like telegram or signal, which is definitely an improvement. There are other things that you might want to consider like the Matrix server that we run. So if you want to do chatting with people, the matrix system is a Federated system, meaning that there are Different servers around the world that are connected to one another. But they're also not related in any other way like they're run by different people who don't know one another. But yet they're all connected together in this what they call Federated System. And so we have one of those servers. You can go to chat dot lrn dot FM Get step by step instructions on how to join that. Mm. So also, as we discussed Crypto currency is a way to decentralize the idea of money in the power of money into the hands of individuals, and that is something that has been going on. Now, for a dozen years, Bitcoin turned 12. Just last week. So kudos to Bitcoin for being such an amazing success over the last 12 years, having gone up as high as $42,000 in just the last just I think the last week it hit 42 grand. Yeah, Amazing. I mean, I have to temper that. I think Bitcoin Quebec, Cohen is Overpriced. But then again, there's a lot of underpriced spinoff Bitcoin out there like Nicklin Cash, Bitcoin Cash minus V. Yeah. B s V dash. There's a lot of them out there and Sarah Well, Minero is actually not a spin off it, And in that Manero was actually created. Sort of from scratch base. Yeah, but conceptually, it's still been off the concept of the block chain. That's true, but they didn't use the Bitcoin code is what I mean. So many arrows. Most of these other kryptos that are not Bitcoin are originally based off a Bitcoin mint and somebody took the Bitcoin code copied it. Change some things and then launch this new thing, Whether it be dash or, you know, abs, Ilyin, these other ones, There's thousands of them. But Manero started as its own thing. In fact, it was also created by an anonymous person. And no one knows who created Manero. So big Quinn was created by an anonymous person calling themselves the Toshi Nakamoto. I forget the name of the Manero program. Where do you know offhand, who names and nobody knows? Well, there's a name. There's a There's a student now. You know, buddy, I do not know the suit on him. Maybe nobody did it. Uh, s so so. Bitcoin has been constantly been attacked over its 12 year history. There's a headline here from marker dot medium dot com. Written by James Saru SARU yucky and it's titled The Bitcoin Dream is Dead Bitcoins. Recent 25% plunge illustrates why I will never be a true currency. Hasn't it already retraced that it has. Okay. I guess that story's dead. He's got a point today age. Well, he's got a point to make here and he's gonna say I suspect that because it can change in its price. It can't be a currency. But let's let's go on with what Mrs so Well, it didn't change in its price when it lost 96% of its value. Oh, yeah, but I imagine dollar, not a currency. I imagine he's gonna ignore that. Yeah, I doubt he'll mention it does kind of break his thesis right? Because two people be little sharp pieces that you could cut yourself because people who don't understand, you know, economy or the economics. They don't understand. They just look at the dollar missing. Well, it's still a dollar. They don't work. The dollar four quarters there used to be for those who don't know that the dollar had a fixed price in gold had a fixed price and gold right up until I believe it was FDR's rain. It even passed the creation of the Federal Reserve. It had a fixed price and gold where you Could redeem it for something like 1/20 of an ounce of gold. Wow. Can you imagine? Yeah. Now it's $2000 for an ounce of gold, or s Or so since down by a factor of 100. Yeah, And and actually, that That's true. My 96%. That was old numbers years ago. I calculated that out for a for a paper I did back in college. Not the first time I went to college. The most recent time I went to may, 22nd 2010, a Bitcoin developer named Laszlo Hynix. But what may have been the most expensive meal and human history when he paid someone 10,000 Bitcoins to pick up and deliver him to pizzas from Papa John's Okay, now, this is not how value works for stuff. What? That pizza costume is What it was worth that there was 1999 at the time because he could then have taken 1999 and bought back that Bitcoin. I don't know if he did or not. I hope I did. Have given that one Bitcoin is now worth more than $30,000. Those pizzas cuss now more than almost 40. In retrospect, somewhere north of $300 million nowadays, Of course, no one would think of shelling out Bitcoin for something as mundane as pizza without a first. Well, not be T. C, but I think we should call that Bitcoin classic, But I think they have that though don't there? No, That's a theory. I'm sorry. Go ahead. Yeah, Yeah, Let's go. Big Queen Classic Bitcoin Classic. Of course. The old Going? Yeah, we're you know, Big Queen legacy. Maybe, uh, the which is what computer People call something They don't care about anymore. Um, because you know the fees will eat you alive. You paid, you know $10 for for for a pizza and another $10 for the fees, But that's just because Bitcoin legacy chose not not to scale. And big diff between cash chose to scale and they continue to shoot other boys and they continue to choose to do nothing. They can continue because they could choose they could, you know, decide to raise the block size and scale up and start taking on more transactions per minute and they could have done that at any point..

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07:28 min | 2 years ago

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"Thank you, too, Aaron. We'll talk more about some of the horrendous things that government has done to its people. But first let's go to David in New Mexico. David, you're on free talk life. Yeah, The Matrix I have wanted to do as he and suggested and post Information on the Make Your Matrix chat about so that people if they want to can bring their popcorn and sit in the courtroom on This Friday at 8:30 A.m. via the telephone. And but I've tried multiple times and are unable to make the Matrix thing work for myself, and I haven't figured out why So does it do do Ian? Do you have an alternative like me emailing or telling you how to access it The international on your own? Why don't you drop me a email as nobody had elect nobody dot com and I'll see if I can help you get on the Matrix. The Matrix is real. I find one in the matrix right now. I just can't get on the other matrix, which is within the Matrix. That sounds very confusing. Yeah, we don't. We don't have time to really dok tech support on the air. But basically there's a step by step instructions. That chat dot lrn dot FM If you didn't if you did follow those step by step, and they failed somewhere, definitely let us know offline where those failed and we will take a look at it for you. Yeah, I tried multiple times, if all of the directions and the directions didn't work for me, and I think it's going to be a drop me a male What was the address again? Nobody. Nobody at elect nobody dot com Nobody. Okay? All the email. You're right now. All right. Okay. Thanks for the call David. S O. Let's move on to another one of on these. This list of things that government has done to people. We've got operation. What do you mean? It's people? I'm not. I don't belong did well. It has done to people. I'm my people. I'm my person because I only have one. How about Operation Large area coverage? Some genius came up with this name. This was a mass biological attack simulation carried out by the United States Army Chemical Corps from 1957 1958 throughout the American Midwest from the Gulf of Mexico into Canada. It covered thousands of square miles. The goal of the experiment was to test dispersal patterns of biological agents and involved releasing compounds known to be radioactive and carcinogenic. Primarily zinc, commit our cadmium, so fight amongst other harmful bacteria were so terrified that we're going to be attacked with biological weapons were gonna attack ourselves with biological weapons to find out what happened. Oh, this was 50 more than 50 years ago. Our government would never do anything like this now. Well. Tens of thousands of Americans were unknowingly exposed to these compounds. Two cities where the tests were concentrated. ST. Louis, Missouri in Corpus Christi, Texas, received such heavy plumes of the contaminated aerosols. They created an artificial overcast over the cities to the point which military officials deceptively informed the localities that they were merely conducting smoke screen tests. But that was just a smoke screen. To this day. ST Louis residents suffer from adverse health effects allegedly attributed to the experiments they were subjected to, but captain, our military would never take our guns. See in order to protect you. They have to first make you very, very sick, possibly kill you and your family members because it's all about keeping you safe. We have the burn the village in order to save it. You guys sound like the government. Don't forget, you have to pay for it. We're working on it. We're doing our best. It's just hard to sound that evil without, you know, being evil. You guys have probably heard of this next one project MK Ultra. Oh, yeah. Can you add live what it is, But MK Ultra is where they scooped up a bunch of people and gave him a bunch of drugs, which sounds like a great weekend. But they didn't know what they were taking. They didn't agree to it than they manipulated them into having sex with prostitutes and each other and doing all kinds of things that they never would have done. If they hadn't been fed a bunch of drugs against their will. Wasn't it all about, like, brainwashing to? Yes, it was all about learning how to brainwash me. I didn't know this. That there were several various sub programs within the project that spanned the course of nearly two decades. Some of the names being MK Naomi MK, often MK Search MK Delta and Artichoke just to name a few. The operations had various goals and tail to artichoke could just articles just artichoke apparent. Why? Why didn't that getting them Can? I don't know. I've got really curious as to what made that one special. Probably one of the guys making up the names got infected with whatever they were given these folks and was like, we'll just call it artichoke. There you go. It's my guess. The operations had various goals in Ames, ranging from behavioral modification to psychological manipulation to the development of biological and chemical weapons and much, much more so they only had one goal really total control because the government only has one goal is total control. Through the duration. The CIA relied heavily on both willing and unwilling participants who are subjected to various methodologies, including but not limited to psychological abuse, electroshock physical torture and being subjected to mind altering drugs. At least I didn't. I didn't know about all of that, or you might have signed up. Well, the torture doesn't make it sound better. It's true. Doesn't at least one death could be attributed to the program. Dr. Frank Olson, who committed suicide by jumping through the window of a high rise building, while on a CIA induced overdose of LSD is in fact, special. Okay, let's go over the three rules of tripping just one more on her. It done her rule number One cars are real. Rule number two. You can't fly and rule number three. Don't touch fire, no matter what color it is. Yeah. Rules. It's true learns to live by. So you know, you're saying he and most of these happened in the past is 30 40 50 years ago. Everything we talked about, has certainly asked if it hadn't happened yet. We wouldn't be able to talk about it. This is two generations ago. I mean, our government loves us Now they really care. They would never do anything like this. It doesn't seem to be the case either, has noted in previous T FTP articles. That's the free thought project. Recent study from 2018 found that they used dismal practices are indeed being allowed to continue. While the idea that the U. S government would willingly poison its own citizens may seem shocking to some. It's not unprecedented. Earlier this year, a study found that the Pentagon has contaminated more than 40,000 sites across United States, exposing hundreds and thousands of Americans to dangerous chemicals. So does that mean when they infect us with fake diseases? It's actually like them being on their best behavior. Hey, yeah Investigation, which was conducted by.

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08:50 min | 2 years ago

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"Be happening. June 28th through July 4th. So mark your calendar now and go ahead and book your campsite at Roger's Campground. There's an interesting development we learned about yesterday. And that is that the Porcupine Freedom Festival chose the same week as fork Fist. This'll coming year. They had all they had last year. They had said there was gonna be their usual week. But now they've changed it and they're joining Fork fest. So joining forces, which I think is wonderful, I don't think so. Does that mean that Fork fest is going to pork fest this year? Is pork fest going to fork? Think pork test is going to fork fest? Because We had announced our dates. Yeah, before they you know, it's interesting is, I think last year, you know, there was some debate about whether or not the pork fest, guys joined the fork fists. But there's no debate is definitely the port. Best people join the welcome Them debated where Master they will. Yeah, Someone will check out fourth best top party and you can go there and learn more about the decentralized. Camping festival that has, I think, had a positive influence on the poor kid pantry accessible and has encouraged them to towards more decentralization. Fact they're talking about continuing in that direction this year, so kudos to them for that fork fest dot partying and June 28 through July 4th as we go back to David in New Mexico now, David you've been facing for what most of the last few years Some criminal charges over calling a radio station to college radio station and you tried calling. They said they didn't want you to call back. He called back anyway, because it's a government funded public radio station. So you figure Yeah, you're paying your taxes so you should be able to call even if they don't like it. And they called the police on you. You ended up being charged with four counts of stalking related charges for this and you've already defeated three of them prior to trial. Today was your pre trial conference for the fourth Charge. What happened? It was hilarious. He was back down, drag out fighters, the best one yet started the best one in my entire court. Career, really funny court and The remember how I asked you. Oh, and by the way, it was Yeah. University of New Mexico Radio station K U a noun. We need to give them publicity. Let's talk New Mexico there radio program Anyway, It's your data, you know. Yeah, Let's talk except David. Except David. Let's talk except David yet, um, the so, um Remember how I said place your bets they had they had, uh Declined to continue prosecuting three previous charges. You know, they fell like dominoes. Each every hearing. I had boom, they would give up. They would surrender three in a row with this last fourth one remaining, and so remember, I called and asked you to place your bets. As to, uh are they gonna fold on this fourth one like the previous three, Or is it a set up? That they were pulling the resource is and they just want to fight this last remaining use. You made a real convincing case that they didn't have a case. Basically, that the stalking charge essentially, it has to do with, you know the threat of violence and being in legitimately afraid for your life, that kind of thing, right? Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, I'm gonna guess they dropped it. Well, they went, They went rate in between here. They made a real weasel move. This was hilarious. On an hour before the hearing this morning, they filed a motion with the court, meaning I didn't get any notice of it. Prior to the hearing, which you showed him on. Chastise them in open court, objecting to the fact that they we were in a hearing and one hour before the hearing. They filed a motion to amend their position, which is basically you know, it's a big No, No, because I'm entitled to notice on it on day didn't state I didn't get any notice, and they were trying to amend it to a lesser charge or what? Yeah. Yeah. They wanted to amend it to their willing to drop the full misdemeanor stalking charge on bake it a make it a petty misdemeanor disorderly contact or conduct instead. No, I wouldn't accept it. I wouldn't do that. I guess it accept it. Well, you can object to the motion, right? Right. Right. Right. Right. Fair enough, but I mean, I would take this. I mean, I wouldn't. Okay, so they're not pleading down there just they are asking the judge. You know what they're doing is they're asking the judge To accept the reduction in charge. You can say I object. I want to be charged with the full thing, but the judge will do it. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, Sure. Sure. So, what happened? So the judge the judge, I stated my thing on the record, like I just told you And then the judge comes on and he goes. Yeah, He's right. You didn't give him any notice, so we can. We're not gonna entertain your motion. Today. You can come back in a week after the girls and has had time to think about it, And then you can Bret, Come with your motion to amend. Great. So he kicked the can down the road for another week. Wow. Yeah, I was hoping he was. I was hoping you were going to say, just dismissed it. That's not gonna happen. What? No, I Why don't want him to dismiss that. You see that? That that old thing about? How does that go about? And don't don't wrestle with a pig in the mud? Because something something, And besides, the pig likes it on that pig. You know, you might. You might not? I don't know, but you may have a First Amendment case here, and if they dismiss it, you may then be able to sue them. So you might actually be in your favorite to go ahead. Let them dismiss it. And then soon because if you lose Then you you have no chance of suing them. But if if you women open close open court, Still right. If you win, then you can still see it And there's no way they're going to convict him of this nonsense. I don't think so either, but it's still 50 50 chance. So because that's just the way it is even when you're 100%, right. Alright, So you're going back next week for another round, huh? Yeah, Yeah, We're going round to ding ding and they're gonna be down on the mat once again. No. Well, you know what you ought to do, David, you ought to join our Matrix chat server it chat dot lrn dot FM and then post the phone number for the hearing, so some of us can actually go and listen to it Live would be pretty cool. That's the radio station. I'd like to call them and tell them what I think That's a great point s. Oh, yeah. Hop on in there over a chat dot lrn down at them, and you can post that stuff And then you know the information will be there and everybody can see it. There's a fellow radio host. I think you guys are a disgrace to the profession. Let me go, Tonto. Rat speed. He's on our discourse. Sorry, not just on the matrix server. Uh, Brad Speed. You're on free talk live. Hey, guys, don't mean toe end this on such a somber note, but to bring things back to the whole Trump Twitter band just want to mention I thought it was kind of ironic that they banned him for the threat of inciting violence when he's the commander in chief. Yeah, isn't inciting violence, his job? It's okay when the military kills people. That's not why they killed him. Nonviolently. Yeah. Weapons of mass destruction kind of violence. You know that? That's fine. But, you know, you know, just just talking, but no, I was just thinking about like, like this is not gonna end up in the Streisand effect. Really? I really think it's going to end up going the opposite direction of what they were intending if they're intending to prevent violence. Look what happened to Morrow Mubarak back in Egypt before the before the What was it called? There's something spring Arab. The Arab spring. Yeah, Mubarak turned off the Internet. And so everyone went on into the streets to protest so they just basically took the microphone away from from everyone's favorite dead. The and now these people are going to be up in arms. And yeah, there's there's Gina. Remember what flash? Do you remember what Martin Luther King said about Ryan? He said. Please inform me. I'm he said Riot is the language of the unheard. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. I mean, this is basically this is canceled culture at at the at the highest level now, Of course, I don't agree with a lot of what Trump ever had to say. You know, I thought now, boy, you know this guy's going to be bad for for, you know for the next four years, but What's happening now? I mean, this is like the grand finale of 2020. That's about to come up. I really very interesting and rat speed. Thanks for sharing your thoughts here tonight. I want to share the rest of this part of that parlor Gap guy again. He's been taken down by Visa and his wife also ban, he says. It's very concerning we've done nothing wrong. Gabs always been illegally operated business. We sell hats, shirts software subscription service that unlocks new features On Gap. My personal credit scores in the eight hundreds..

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07:51 min | 2 years ago

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"With you tonight you've got here on Dru number 63283 61 60. Coming up is a big coin a danger. Is it the most Dangerous investment. That's what one article is going to say. Here in just a moment. That's on the way 6032836160 as crypto currency for the first time ever. Has now crashed through $1 trillion market cap. Definitely getting the government's attention. Congratulations. This is huge. It's a big deal. I mean, just several days ago, it had busted through $700 billion and the previous high was like 700 Change. Billion, So it destroyed the old 2017 market cap. Maximum. We're not just talking about Bitcoin we're talking about. All of the sort of noteworthy crypto currencies combined that for people who don't know what that means. That means more than $1 trillion Fiat currencies have been put into crypto currency erect the value has left the Fiat and gone into crypto currency. Yes, and it also means that Bitcoin itself Is. Let's see what the current number of Bitcoin is. The last I saw. It is the ninth largest asset in the world, including things like Microsoft and Alphabet Inc. Of course, owns Google and YouTube. It still hasn't beaten those, but it's it's getting closer with $686.5 billion in market cap on, that's just the value of Bitcoin. The total number of Bitcoins times the cost of one Bitcoin. That's where you get that that number from Who's that guy who's really anti Bitcoin own See investment hedge fund think. I mean, I know there are several other shift. Yes, that's it, Bitcoin. Is Worth more than his company. As of today, more Peter Ship's company, the police so well, that's another one. I doubt it's publicly traded. You probably aren't going to know what his company's worth, but Bitcoin is worth more. I just pulled it up here, according to so coin Gecko's where I'm getting the Bitcoin number from its 686 billion That puts Bitcoin at higher than Tessler. That is now Bitcoins. Now the number six ranked Company. It's not a company. But okay, so maybe six, not nine that I was thinking it was nine baby at some point. Sure, I'm like within the last two weeks. It wasn't number 11 and nine, then eight, So it's It's defeated B Visa at number eight. Berkshire Hathaway at number seven lesson. That was the last time we talked about it was defeated Berkshire Hathaway. That's the company that's owned by one of these notoriously and type it queen people. I think Berkshire Hathaway is Warren Buffett. Maybe that's him. That's him. I could be wrong about that. If you want to call in sick, so 3283 61 60, but so it had most recently beaten Berkshire Hathaway. And now it has jumped up and beaten. Test flight number six. So it's next. Almost Facebook. No, no, Walmarts already been taken down Wal Mart. Twas down the list at number 10, Okay? Facebook. Facebook is next. Now Bitcoin's gonna have to add another $100 billion to its market cap. But that could be like three more days. That's right. S O kidding, Man. We smash we were at 33,024 hours ago. And it's already up 37 the next night. They gotta jump up a little bit more to nail Facebook and then a lot more to take down Google, which is known as Alphabet Incorporated. They gotta go up to over a billion. Sorry over a truly so Bitcoin itself would have to be 1.1 and change. Trillion. It's like a roughly 700. Now some 100 billion even quite. It's almost there, though. I was 65. Yeah. Yeah, I would go ahead and call that basically 700 billion. It could be 700 Million. By the time we finished the show. It's been a wild year already. Yeah, Let's go to Jeff in Iowa. Jeff, you're on free. Talk live. Go ahead. Any books. I was wondering here with all of the stuff going on in the Capital and just the whole Coben thing in general. Its relation to the non aggression principle. This is just something I've been thinking about it. I just kind of really wanted your opinions on it. What point are we justified in force? Being used to stop. All of these aggressions and one second question. I mean, the things that we all agree on, like taxation, given example of what you mean by force when you say force would be used to stop them. Would go full scale sample, I guess would be What For? In my case, the first thing that pops to my head is just let's say I'm I'm getting paid off of a payroll. Like an independent contractor, So I'm filing my own taxes at the end of the year. Um Let's just say, I don't That's my line in the sand. And then, of course letters come Somebody shows up from the IRA. At that point. Because it's theft short. I mean, in my justified in Slamming the door in their face going further than that. You know what I mean? Yeah, it depends On the person's perspective that you're looking at it. You're morally justified to shoot that person Who's coming to your house. In order to rob you, you would be morally justified and going and shooting the people at the I arrest just because they attempted Still from you habitually, however. Morality. Is that the only thing at issue here it's a bad idea. It's Zoe throwing away of your life, which is bad strategy. You're going to end up in prison or executed. Yeah, and this is this is an issue that it's I'm glad you brought this up because it's been being discussed in the chat room recently on our Matrix server. You could go to chat dot lrn dot FM, where people are upset at me. For not more viciously opposing our co host. Nobody who is frequently calling for violence now on the air here on free talk live, and it's just like he calls for it so often that I'm not going to stop the show in the middle of another topic to interrupt him and argue with him for, you know, 10 minutes straight about it, And the fact is, there's not much I can say, because it is morally justified, But I agree with you, Aria. It's a really bad plan now. Personally, my moral say that violence begets violence. And so that even though you're justified it, maybe one about ideas. You might die too about idea because people won't understand it and they'll get mad at you and the it'll be an excuse for the government to get larger. These are some of the practical reasons not do it, But for me, it's like you could become the thing that you hate if you go towards the realm of violence, so even though it is justified To me. It's an immoral thing to do in that I don't want to be that person. I don't want to be violent. Even though it's in self every I don't want human blood on my hands, self defense or not. So, but you know, that's that's only just Mike sort of religious perspective on it. It's not a real like argument that anyone else could take seriously unless they have the same religious beliefs that I do so I'm not his persuasive. I don't think on that point Right. That's kind of where I landed in the reason that this is even an issue for me. Is because of that huge gray area. I like logical consistency and drives me absolutely batty. I don't think it's a gray area at all. You are morally right to shoot police. It's just not a good idea. Okay from a from that you're right. Absolutely like, especially from a legal perspective. Obviously absolutely. From a societal More normative perspective. I don't know. It just seems like something that we as a community aren't really struggling to talk about. In a And in a.

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05:39 min | 2 years ago

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"Kicking on the second hour here on this New year's Day edition of the program in the studio with you to night you've got in Nobody and Chris so you could bring us whatever you want. I was just talking in the chat room on our Matrix server over a chat dot lrn dot FM, where there are a number of critics. Bunch of libertarian critics who really just don't like the idea of moving for more freedom. They think that New Hampshire has been a failure. The New Hampshire freedom Migration has been a failure because there are restrictions on cope it here. Well, screw him. Let's throw him out and get some new fans. I mean, It's all you care about. Is Cove in? Yeah, it's a failure. But if that's not all you care about you care about freedom. It's not a failure. We've got 30 representatives, you know, in the house we've We've increased that from the last election cycle from 24. It's only been going up. There's only been in their argument is that the representatives were not able to stop this. Of course we'll representatives won't be able to Sanderson representatives. We don't have enough yet to stop it. There aren't enough. And the game is rigged. Okay, So the thing is the point of having people playing the game is that it gives you voice okay, We are out of my opportunity to speak. That's what I'm working for. When I run for all that's the great thing about migration with me is that enables us to outmaneuver the Stand the status quo and out, shout them, right. I mean, imagine if 2000 of a showed up. It's a new news house. They're not going to be out there writing tickets. I don't think so. They're not prepared for scenario where people actually move because the average individual that they're used to having to deal with will not move for freedom. They sure won't do anything about freedom. But the people who moved to New Hampshire are active individuals. Because they've moved. They're willing to sacrifice their willing to get up and move. Will place where their vote will count. So it screams out the week and and that's absolutely thing the it does make it difficult because of course, you need some rank and file people who you know, I mean, have half of the people in the world are average or below. So you know, if you if you can't appeal to those people, um you're gonna lose on the numbers. Um And and so, you know, I think that's something that that we need to need to improve. There tends to be an elitist sound to the way people talk about. Anarchy that I think we need. I think we need to let it go. We need we need to change it A little. Go on. I think the thing you're talking about the left, basically criticizing. Well, I mean, the thing is like I grew up. Going to grateful dead shows, you know, And, you know, hippies they like build stuff themselves. They make stuff themselves. They're AG arrests. You know, most of them And then there's the like the socialist hippies. Were there different kettle of fish, but they're both there. You know, And the thing is, one group of people is actually very closely aligned with us. I think one of the things that the folks in the critics don't understand. Is that there's real power in migration in in gathering people of a like mind set together. There's not only the value of just having a community of people like last night we had, you know. 70 or so people that were hanging out together at Amazing New Year's Eve party and the police. They knew we were there because we were right on route 11 could they were, they knew we were there, and they were driving down that road all night, And there were disco balls that had bright lights being shined at them and spinning around. And so if you were driving by here, the party going on from the road to party all night and you could see his both through the window and they still wouldn't come. They were my balls. They were spaces. That's where those they were space discos balls. Okay, So it was Derek Derek Derek Chase balls groovy. I'm sure they're very pretty. Um, singularity is accusing me of lying about what the people in the chat were saying. Well, I don't feel like I was. But if you want to call in, I mean those those chatters always free to call in. But they love being in the peanut gallery where they just You know, I would love to hear, Hear somebody else got to call in and tell us what you think We should. We should send him some money. Kids Because look, monkeys love peanuts. You know, I have to say on your your perspective seems to be what I have heard them say repeatedly in that chat room, So I'm not sure what they said. You know what he's referencing. That was wrong, because maybe there was something that was a little bit different in this particular set of what they say this crap on this stuff all the time. So you know, call in and tell us what is you don't always like being weeded out. And sometimes they have to tell you why those grapes were sour anyway. Um, let's go to somebody else is here in New Hampshire? One of the earliest movers Dave Ridley is on the line with us from really told me that Ridley report, Comrade Dave, you're not. We're not competing with we're not competing with perfect here. No, no, It's not gonna be an easy road and we have have to be perfect. We just have to get to a point where you know we have some influence. And then maybe maybe we can.

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