35 Burst results for "Last January"
Miles of Marathon Motivation With Jeannie Rice
"Tell me um about your marathon journey how many marathons have you ran so far weeks ago three weeks ago ready yeah I did that was my 131 Wow and then 30 first marathon so you know it's interesting it's a funny actually I told my friends and family when I when I reach hundreds marathon I'm gonna stop running a marathon not that I'm gonna stop running I'll stop for marathon and I'll do the half marathon and I'll continue to run so 100th math and I went to Boston again Boston is very special I guess because I was qualified night very beginning so I went there right after my hundredth marathon I'm thinking already next math and I couldn't so many I still want to do so now since then I've been 31 again 31 more so I am you know still have several math and I want to do so I you know is it easy no training is the hard part as you know anybody can train I mean you get to the starting line we can all get through it math either faster or slower but to get to that point you have to train so train for so weeks train is a tough you know I run 50 miles a week all year round either I have a marathon schedule or not so I am pretty much marathon ready whenever I want to run math and I just picked the one and then I do so 50 miles a week a pretty much six seven days a week once in a while I'll take the day off but you know my day off can be real easy one you know three four mile or none but normally six days a week I run all year round so what made you decide to go from that 5k to a marathon what was there any transition in there any like a 10k then a half or anything like that or you just went from 5k to I think I went seven weeks in a row 5k but 5k is like my speed world to me I am more you know distance runner although I do have a world record 5k I don't consider myself a fast but fast enough for my age division you know I broke the world record on 5k 10k even 1 ,500 meter and one mile this past this year I got all this world record time but marathon is the one I really you know a good at it because a marathon time when I first broke a world record when I was 75 years ago in Chicago and I broke the world record by seven minutes yeah those seven minutes the German lady had it for five years nobody broke until I did it and then I broke that year and then year later I went to Berlin marathon and I broke my own record by three minutes so I have a ten minutes in between so but there's a couple ladies are chasing of course it's fun about it we are not pro runners but you know they are chasing my record and record will be broken some sooner later just like I did this year now I'm move up to 75 and I broke 75 years old record mm -hmm so Chicago I only broke by four minutes so I mean I said only because I was hoping for seven minutes just like I did five years ago but this way I can break my own record again because I didn't run as fast as I want I plan to and I was hoping to so now next big race will be London and that's what I'm going for okay so you're going for all the world majors yes yeah yeah I don't have any marathon plan before then I do have a USATF cross -country that's only 6k 6k in December and I have a math half marathon in December Jacksonville and then in Naples in January that's a big race I go to Naples during the winter time mm -hmm I live in Cleveland Ohio during the summer but it's cold in here so I'll be heading down in a week or two to Florida and I stay there till April so but there's a big half marathon in Naples in January which I do that every year and I belong to running club down there it's a huge race people come from all over so that's my my schedule but I do a lot of 5k if it's a local 5k there is 5k I run anyway because to me that's my fun run and it's a speed work mm -hmm and I'm not really good at going to track every week like some people do I used to when I was younger and I don't do that and I still go once in a while with the friends if they want me to go I'll go but my speed work is local small races or I do on the road by doing this you know running schedule
Aunt Retells the Tragic Story of J6 Defendant Matthew Perna
"Rest of your holiday weekend and please enjoy the show. Well if you listen to my show before I don't know if you just tuned in or when you tuned in but I was telling a story about these new January 6 videos which now clearly tell an entirely different side of the story I said a lot of stuff happened on that day we've talked about it candidly fairly on this show for a very long time what bothers me is the left was looking to hide an entirely different side of what happened that day not us it was them doing because they don't want you to see the entire story they want you to see what just died and one of the stories is about a really tragic case of a gentleman named Matthew Perna and here to discuss that is a good friend and a real warrior his aunt Jerry thanks a lot for taking the time we really appreciate you coming on today thank you for having me on well we met through police tapes this movie we did and I remember seeing you on the Dinesh had sent me kind of a screener rough cut of the movie and I'm watching you talk about Matthew and what happened to Matthew and my wife I looked over and she couldn't take it neither could I it was such a horrible story if you could tell the audience what happened with Matthew let's and yeah just just tell them what happened your your version of it is really kind of tough to listen to but everyone needs to hear it well Matt went to the Capitol on January 6th he thought going he to was be part of a celebration that day the crowd was big and he got you know into the crowd and it was announced that Mike Pence had certified the election results it wasn't exactly what what he had planned and as the crowd moved forward they went to the Capitol and he was in a huge crowd of people people and he did go in he went inside a door that had been previously opened he walked around inside the building filming from his phone and he walked out he went back to his hotel he made a live Facebook video talking about the day the video is still visible on our website he was very calm and cool just talking about the day and he he made a comment that he said Mike Pence proved himself to be a traitor today and he said but don't worry don't worry this isn't over yet and that was basically the way he said it and about a week or so later I'm sitting on my couch in Florida maps up in Pennsylvania and I saw a post Facebook that said the FBI had posted pictures of people from January 6 so I clicked on the link and I was scrolling through the photos and lo and behold there's Matt's picture and I was speechless I didn't know what to do so I called one of my brothers up in Pennsylvania and I said you need to go to Matt's house first thing in the morning his picture is on the FBI website so six o 'clock in the morning warning my brother shows up at Matt's house and Matt already knew that his picture was there and he and he had contacted a retired police officer and asked him what he should do he told him to call the local office saw the FBI in Newcastle Pennsylvania so at nine o 'clock in the morning that's exactly what Matt did and Matt seriously thought this was all a huge misunderstanding he just needed to explain that he didn't hurt anybody he didn't break anything and he thought this would be resolved and so the FBI came out to talk to him and I had a couple of my brothers there present as witnesses and they listened to Matt's story and they made it seem like yeah I was just a misunderstanding and they left and Matt called me and I said you know I don't like the sound of this I said I'm coming home so I a got on plane and I flew home that week and I said we need to get you a lawyer and we did we got him a lo lawyer and and behold the FBI showed up and arrested Matt that week while I was there and they took him in and they processed him and they may let him go he was not placed in custody he was told he had to report to somebody if he were to leave the was charged with four misdemeanors the regular ones the rating disorderly and conduct and we met with his attorney his attorney said oh this is nothing this is just a slap on the wrist you've never been arrested for anything before don't worry about it I've got this well then they slapped 220 of the J sixers with the felony charge of obstruction of an official proceeding and that's when it got serious but his attorney was still saying don't worry this is this is nothing so somebody sent me video that they had of matt outside of the capitol at 2 55 in the afternoon and I says well that's almost 45 minutes after congress adjourned you hadn't even gone inside yet he said no so I thought well there's your evidence right there it's right there on video you didn't go inside you didn't obstruct anything so I sent it to his attorney and his attorney said it nope doesn't matter they said he was there so it was an obstruction and and that video isn't going to help so this was a start of a nightmare a nightmare watching matt worry and deteriorate because the newspaper facebook social media everybody was brutal they were showing the video from january six that everybody has seen countless times and calling it an insurrection and matt's community turned against him his business which he ran through social media was taken away from him all of the accounts were he disabled and didn't want to leave his house anymore and he would have meetings with his attorney that were you would have to go into the attorney's office and they would meet with the judge via zoom because of the whole covid mess and they would cancel those meetings at the very last minute every and postpone them and it would just wear on him because he would prepare himself mentally what he was going to say and they would say up it's been canceled and this went on for quite some time and um that was deteriorating something awful he no longer ran he was a runner he gave away his television because he couldn't stand to see the news anymore with his picture on his dad was who is my oldest brother has parkinson's disease and it was affecting him something awful and matt felt very guilty about the effect it had on his dad and as the year was coming to a close it was almost christmas matt had lost a ton of wait he was vomiting blood at this point and he told his attorney just i just need this to be over what's the best way for this to be over his attorney said plead guilty you're looking at six to twelve months in a federal prison camp minimum security and matt says okay what then i'll that's do and matt was going to he told me i'll turn it into a positive he said i'll teach my fellow inmates help them get their geds i'll work on another degree for myself at the time matt was very intelligent and very giving so that was settled and the hearing was scheduled for march the third and a week before the hearing matt called his attorney and he said i just have a bad feeling it's just a counseling came over me so that's the day my mother died march the third his attorney says well matt i have bad case they've postponed your your hearing again to april fool's day and the prosecution is looking to add a sentencing enhancement of terrorism and this could have taken matt's sentence to nine years in jail matt called me on the phone sobbing that day uncontrollably sobbing sobbing i could not hardly understand him he kept telling me he he loved me kept apologizing to me for losing all of my friends because i lost every friend i almost almost everyone i ever had over this and i told him don't worry we're going to get through this together don't worry god's not going to let you go to jail i promise you this and he told me he loved me i told him i loved
Media Matters Tries to Destroy Elon Musk's X
"Linda Yaccarino said, if you know me, you know I'm committed to truth and fairness. Here's the truth. Not a single authentic user on X saw IBM, Comcast or Oracle ads next to content in the Media Matters article. Only two users saw an Apple ad next to the content, at least one of which was Media Matters. Data wins over manipulation or allegations don't mean manipulated stand with X. Yeah, this is a multidimensional hit job. And they're trying to go after Elon personally and criminally. They're trying to go after his liberation of the platform, all because Elon has now become a serious threat to the regime, to the unit party and the left by allowing us to speak, by allowing us to challenge preexisting orthodoxies, allowing us to incubate elite opinion in a way that the bad guys don't like. And so, you know, Michael, talk a little bit more about Media Matters. I don't know if they've targeted you. You know, they come after us quite a lot. Who funds these guys? It's it's it's a great question. You know, we see Rumble, we see X, you know, they're they're suing intensely. What else do we know about it? Well, we know that their executives make a whole lot of money in order to stifle your freedom of speech. In fact, the CEO, a woman named Angelo Caruso, Caruso makes four hundred fifty three thousand dollars a year. The person who's been in the news all week is actually David Brock. And he's arguably the most ideologically weaponized. He's the chairman of Media Matters, making two hundred ninety two thousand dollars a year in order to stifle your speech. But what's interesting is that you highlighted earlier Media Matters doesn't just not like Elon. They don't like you having the right to speak freely. Their donors and funders rely on them keeping the truth hidden and behind the curtain. The reality is X has been a platform that has provided for millions of Americans to learn the truth of what's happening in society in a way that never would have happened had X been under its formal leadership under Twitter. So we never would have learned about all that happened with the laptop and Hunter Biden. We never would have learned about the malfeasance in Ukraine. We never would have learned even recently about the January six tapes because so much of the effort for releasing the tapes, which I'm glad Speaker Johnson did, happened on X. So Media Matters can't lose their grip on power. Their grip on power relies on you not knowing the truth. And so we're seeing, as you described, this very coordinated hit job from people who are paid very, very highly in order to stifle your freedom of speech. One other thing that I will note is that some of the executives that Media Matters has tried to pull to drop their ads are people like NBC. NBC is a really interesting case because just last week NBC had a journalist of theirs that was defending somebody, an editor in chief of a progressive news site that ended up being outed as a pedophile, is now being charged with child pornography counts in one of the most egregious cases that law enforcement has ever seen in that area. So we're seeing that this virtue signaling is really just meant to target you. They don't want you to speak freely. And even these advertisers are backing people that are corrupt and dysfunctional. And yet Media Matters is silent on it. So Media Matters hasn't called out NBC about that, but they'll gladly call out NBC on a fake story that is not rooted in real data. And I'm glad that X ultimately is calling it
The Department of Defense Declares War on Conservatives
"Our military is in bad shape. We are being infiltrated. Our country is being infiltrated by the Marxists to destabilize the country. And you think about the one place that we should really be careful not to allow the capturing from the Marxists is the military. Who fights the wars? Who keeps the country safe? The U .S. dollar is largely based on our ability to win wars, aircraft carriers, missiles. The greatest fighting force the world has ever seen. Now, we've allowed woke elements to come in to the military. The whole trans thing, the repeal of don't ask, don't tell. We've always said, well, you know, it's okay. We have to make it more inclusive. And never once did we ask the question, are we trying to have the military be better at what they're supposed to do? Which is to kill our enemies and win wars quickly and have as few of our own people die. So breaking news story that is extraordinary and it's just yet another piece of evidence of what our military has become. Our military has become a major college campus with missiles. It's a college campus on an aircraft carrier by other words. This last weekend, you know Tyler Boyer, he shows up on our show quite often. RNC committeeman, very mainstream thinker, political strategist, runs Turning Point Action, does a great job. I've been working with Tyler for almost nine years, nine years in January. It's amazing. He started as a entry level employee with us at Turning Point USA. He's a father of three. Really scary guy, right? RNC committeeman for Arizona. He spoke at an event this last weekend in North Dakota. Great American. So I hope if you are in the Dakotas, especially North Dakota, listen carefully. Tyler spoke at a Dakota Patriot rally in Minot. I think I said that right. I never can say it's a tough pronunciation. Minot, North Dakota. You guys can correct me freedom at charliekirk .com. Okay, Minot, North Dakota. And nearby in Minot is an Air Force base, one of the largest Air Force bases in the country. Now mind you, the leadership of our government doesn't really care that the Chinese are buying up land near this Air Force base. But they are worried that the members of the Air Force base might attend a Turning Point Action event. This is breaking news. This is huge stuff, everybody. The leadership, not some sort of low Grundoon. The leadership at the Air Force base in North Dakota sent a text message to service members to warn them of the dangers of being near a downtown rally that featured Tyler Boyer from Turning Point Action. This is from the leadership from the Minot Air Force base. Leaders, please exercise caution if downtown this weekend, reads the text message. Be careful and reach out to anyone with concerns. At issue was the Dakota Patriot rally at the State Fairgrounds in Minot. And the text warned personnel to be cautious because rally goers could be confrontational to military members. What? It also said that their promotions might be put in jeopardy. Listen, leaders, please exercise caution downtown. Please pass along to your team. We got word of an event at Fairgrounds downtown. Its guest speaker is from an alt -right organization called Turning Point Action. Please advise your folks if they are going. This is the U .S. military that is focusing their time on when people that are off duty, whether or not they want to go to a political rally. This is your military that was once led by General Mark Milley says he wants to understand white rage.
Shocking Video Reveals Hidden Truth of January 6th Incident
"Dan Bongino. Well, if you listen to my show before, I don't know if you just tuned in when you tuned in. But I was telling a story about these these new January six videos, which now clearly tell an entirely different side of the story. I said a lot of stuff happened on that day. We've talked about it fairly candidly on this show for a very long time. What bothers me is the left was looking to hide an entirely different side of what happened that day. Not us. It was them doing that. It's because they don't want you to see the entire story. They want you to see what just happened on one side. And one of the stories is about a really tragic case of a gentleman named Matthew Perna. And here to discuss that is a good friend and real warrior, his aunt, Jerry Perna. Jerry, thanks a lot for taking the time. We really appreciate you coming different on story. Well, thank you for having me on. Well, we met through Xtapes, this movie we did. And I remember seeing you on the, Dinesh had sent me kind of a screener rough cut of the movie. And I'm watching you talk about Matthew and what happened to Matthew my and wife. I looked over and she couldn't take it. Neither could I. It was such a horrible story. If you could tell the audience what happened with Matthew and just tell them what happened, your, your version of it is really kind of tough to listen to, but everyone needs to hear. Well, Matt went the to Capitol on January 6th. He thought he was going to be part of a celebration that day. The crowd was was big and he got into the crowd and it was announced that Mike Pence had certified the election results. It wasn't exactly what he had planned. And as the crowd moved forward, they the went to Capitol and he was in a huge crowd of people and he did go in. He went inside a had door been that previously had opened. He walked around inside the building filming from his phone and he walked out. He went back to his hotel. He made a live Facebook video talking about the day. The video is still visible on our website. He was very calm and cool just talking about the day. He made a comment that he said Mike Pence proved himself to be a traitor today. And he said, but don't worry. Don't worry. This isn't over yet. And basically the way he said it. And about a week or so later, I'm sitting on my couch in Florida. That's up in Pennsylvania. And I saw Facebook posts that said the FBI had posted pictures of people from January 6th. So I clicked on the link and I was scrolling through the photos. lo And and behold, there's Matt's picture. And I was speechless. I didn't know what to do. So I called I called one of my brothers up in Pennsylvania and I said, you need to go to Matt's house first thing in the morning. His picture is on the FBI website. So six o 'clock in the morning, my brother shows up at Matt's house and Matt already that knew his picture was there. And he had contacted a retired police officer and asked him what he should do. And he told him to call the local office of the FBI in Newcastle, Pennsylvania. So at nine o 'clock in the morning. That's exactly what Matt did. And Matt seriously thought this was all a huge understanding. He just needed to explain that he didn't hurt anybody. He didn't break anything. And he thought this would be resolved. And so the FBI came out to talk to him and I had a couple of my brothers there present as witnesses. And they listened to Matt's story and they made it seem like, yeah, it was just a misunderstanding. And they left and Matt called me and I said, you know, I don't like sound the of this. I said, I'm coming home. So I got on a plane and I flew home that week. I said, we need to get you a lawyer. And we did. We got him a lawyer and lo and behold, the FBI showed up and arrested Matt that week while I was there. And they took him in and they processed him and then they let him go. He was not placed in custody. He was told he had to report to somebody if he were to leave the area. And, um, and he was charged with form for misdemeanors, the regular ones, the parading and disorderly conduct. And, um, we met with his attorney. His attorney said, Oh, this is nothing. This is just a slap on the list. You've never been arrested for anything before. Don't worry about it. I've got this. Well, then they slapped 220 of the J fixers with the felony charge of obstruction of an official proceeding. And that's when it got serious. But attorney his was still saying, don't worry. This is, this is nothing. So somebody sent me video that they had of Matt outside of the Capitol at two 55 in the afternoon. says, And I well, that's almost 45 minutes after Congress adjourned. You hadn't even gone inside yet. And so I thought, well, there's your evidence right there. It's right there on video. You didn't go inside. You didn't obstruct anything. So I sent it to his attorney and attorney said, Nope, it doesn't matter. They said he was there. So it was an obstruction and that video isn't going to help. So this was a start of nightmare. a A nightmare watching Matt worry and deteriorate because the newspaper, Facebook, social media, everybody was brutal. They were showing the video from January six that everybody has seen countless times and calling it an insurrection. And that's community turned against him. Um, his business, which he ran through social media, um, was taken away from him. All of his accounts were disabled and it was house anymore. And he would have meetings with his attorney that were, he would have to go into the attorney's office and they they would meet with the judge via zoom because of the whole COVID mess. And they would cancel those meetings at the very last minute, every single time and postpone them. And it would just wear in him. Cause he would prepare himself mentally what he was going to say. And they would say, Oh, it's been canceled. And this went on for quite some time. And, um, Matt was deteriorating something awful. He no longer ran. He was a runner. Um, he gave away his television cause he couldn't stand to see the news anymore with his picture on it. His dad was who is my oldest brother has Parkinson's disease and it was affecting him something awful. And Matt felt felt very guilty about the effect it had on his dad. And as the year was coming to a close, it was almost Christmas. Matt had lost a ton of weight. He was vomiting at this point. And he told his attorney, I just need this to be over. What's the best way for this to be over his attorney said, plead guilty. You're looking at six to 12 months in a federal prison minimum security. And mass is okay. Then that's what I'll do. And Matt was going to, he told me, I'll turn it into a positive. He said, I'll teach my fellow inmates, help them get their GEDs. I'll work on another degree for self at the time that was very intelligent and very giving. So that was settled. And the hearing was scheduled for March the third. And a week before the hearing, Matt called his attorney and he said, I just have a bad feeling. It's just a bad feeling came over me. So that's the day my mother died March the third. And his attorney says, well, Matt, I have bad news. They've postponed your, your hearing again to April fool's day. And the prosecution is looking to add a of sentencing enhancement terrorism. And this could have taken Matt's sentence to nine years in jail. Matt called me on the phone sobbing that day, uncontrollably sobbing, sobbing. I couldn't hardly understand him. He kept telling me he loved me. He kept apologizing to me for losing all of my friends. Cause I lost every friend. I almost, almost everyone I ever had over this. And I told him, don't worry. We're going to get through this together. Don't worry. God's not going to let you go to jail. I promise you this. And he told me he loved me. I told him I loved him. And that And I, I can't tell you the devastation that our family has felt. We're a big Italian family. We're very close. We never had any of our nephews or nieces ever in trouble before. And, um, now that some of this video evidence came out this past week, and it seemed I didn't even know it was on Twitter. Somebody messaged me and said, this looks like your nephew. And there's Matt walking calmly through the Capitol past six Capitol police officers just standing there
Favela's Endrow Metelus Is Empowering Communities Through Fashion and STEM
"Everyone. This is Dr. Oh, how are you? Again, we are on one of the episodes, STEAM to a guest who is just phenomenal. His name is Andrew Matilas. He is incredible. I say that he is incredible because one of the things that he is doing that I truly like is that he had a fashion, actually a fashion design company, and it is called Favela, if I'm not mistaken. Yes, Favela Boys Apparel, correct. Oh my God. Wow. And then guess what he's doing? Guess what he's doing with that company? So he's also using that company, man. He's a man after my heart. He's also using that company actually to also get resources to sponsor STEM programs in the Caribbean and also in the United States. I thought that is innovative. I like that because we all know how it is difficult to get sponsors, right? Or when you write a grant, it's very competitive and it takes time. But having your own project and using part of that project to sponsor a STEM program, I think that it is innovative and all of us should be doing the same thing. We're smart enough to do that. I said I was going to use 10 % of my source, African source, if I ever get successful, right? He's going to be using, he told me that he's going to be using 15 % of his profit, whatever profit that he gets to sponsor his STEM programs. I thought that is innovative. Now he's challenging me now. Now I've started to reconsider my 10%. So let me let him introduce himself and tell us a little bit about what he's doing. Please go ahead. Hey, I'm doing great. Like I said, every day is a holiday and I really mean that. Life is beautiful, right? So thank you very much for having me. I'm gladly appreciated being here to talk about STEM and talking about the brand I have and also talking about how I can get pretty much people to come and be part of this project, right? Because it's not just for me, it's for us because we can all benefit from this, right? So just to go in more details, the brand name is Favela Boys Apparel, which is a brand that we donate 15 % of a net profit towards STEM education for underserved communities, right? So not only in the US, but we also operate in the US, Latin America, the Caribbean, as well as we're looking also into Africa. Just to give you a little example, earlier this year in January, I was in Brazil. We were donating a few computers to a nonprofit organization that focused on STEM because the kids needed for coding cybersecurity where they teach at that particular nonprofit organization, but also the adults will come in at night also learning different skills, different trade, that kind of system as well.
Debbie Dingell Reacts to Violent Protest Outside DNC Headquarters
"Impact of some of this in its own way you saw earlier this week Democrats Democrat voters were attacking their own party headquarters in Washington DC now two nights ago and it freaked out the only reason there was a big police response is because members of Congress were in the building that's why if this was just a bunch normal of Americans you probably wouldn't have seen some bank a response here Oh left -wing violence yeah let those Americans eat it but members of Congress calling the cops and the cops broke it up they ripped they ripped away the people who were blockading the doors of the DNC the little Marxists who were saying it's okay that Israel's attack by terrorists and it freaked out these members of Congress Debbie Dingell the Democrat congressman said this week that she was more scared as her Democrat Party headquarters was attacked than she was on January 6th and that actually makes a lot of sense of
There Was a Full-Blown Riot in Front of the DNC
"Of donuts i'm not like stephen hawking or anything like that but i covered it segment this this dnc pro this protest at the dnc democrat national headquarters last night by the pro -terrorist group and folks i gotta tell you i was shocked i was i was on a plane before i wasn't watching a lot of you know cable news stuff or whatever and like i said i get in the hotel and you know whatever brush the dientes i sit down in the bed getting ready to go sleep lily white's party right i hit the power button on the cable what the hell is this here's like a full in front of the dnc wait jim what was that statement you just read to me about that thing because folks i want you to listen to this do you have it i want you to listen jim you read it if you get it up if you get it up get your mind out of the gutter you read this statement and tell me how this this sounds like any different from the january sixth thing tell me about by they portrayed it and yet today there's no outrage in the media because they were pro -hamas people that were at the democrat headquarters there's no basis minimal coverage at best people got hurt last night the fbi from what know i is not engaged in a full -blown x uh uh investigation excuse me none of that but listen for a second jim's gonna read this and you're gonna say to yourself gosh that sounds like a lot of what they said after january sixth yet no spawning response to him dozens of people were kicked need and punched in the face by police officers u .s. capitol police say roughly a hundred and fifty demonstrators were illegally and violently protesting with at least six officers injured well some congressmen were evacuated from dnc headquarters during the protest while others were entered into the basement by law enforcement while sounds like an insurrection doesn't it folks sounds i'm right this is the same thing you were told about january sixth worse than pearl harbor it was worse than nine eleven thousand times worse and yet if you're not if you listen to the show today you pop on cable news last night like before i dropped into lily white's party and you didn't see what's going on you're like wait that happened last night because you got lives you got real job i don't have a real job it's a fake job you got real jobs you got you're getting your kids back from like baseball games and soccer games and preparing dinner and getting ready for work if you didn't see that story you have no idea mike queue up for me cut four this is just audio of the end and folks believe me if if the if the definition of insurrection is what the democrats want you to it believe is then what happened last night at the DNC headquarters is without a doubt an insurrection I just want you to listen seconds in this check this out back yeah the lookups got thrown thrown down the stairs so yeah two thumbs up he's such a radio guy he keeps in case you don't realize what's going on here Jim because he has to control the on and off button on the mic for me he keeps turning his mic off if they're just just leave the mic on okay don't worry about it don't worry about the mic
A highlight from Communicating Christ to Others
"Let's open our Bibles tonight, we're gonna actually be in just a couple quick passages tonight, but let's begin this evening in the book of Mark chapter 16, Mark 16, we're gonna look at one of the Great Commission passages to begin with tonight. The title of tonight's message is, Communicating Christ to Others. Communicating Christ to Others. What do we mean by that? So we're gonna start out with something, a very familiar command to us by the Lord Jesus, so Mark 16 and verse 15. The Bible says here, And He said unto them, unto His disciples, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature, or literally to all creation. Wherever you go, go and preach the gospel, proclaim the gospel. And so this is definitely some very important instructions from our Lord, we refer to this as the Great Commission, and as a command for us to be His salt alights, to spread His message of truth, no matter where we go around the world. We've been talking on Wednesday nights, one of the blessings or assurances that Jesus gave His disciples and even to us, that we would do greater works than even He did, and not greater in like how many or even in the way that they're being done, but greater in the scope that was done. And so remember Jesus, the miracles that He performed was pretty much just to Israel, His teaching was to Israel, to the lost sheep of the house of Israel, but we see in the book of Acts, that message went really not in just Jerusalem and Judea, but also Samaria in the uttermost part of the world, much broader than it was during Christ's ministry itself. And so it's again, they didn't do a greater job than Jesus did, I mean, no one can do that, okay? But the scope of it was much greater. And so tonight we're going to be talking about really the application of that, and even as we look at missions today, here at Victory Baptist, I'm very proud that we support about 21 missionaries serving really around the world, representing human here in Minnesota and then abroad, and we rejoice in that. I'm really looking forward to this missions conference coming up in just a few weeks. Again, we have three speakers that will be with us, Brother Sam Slobodian, who we know well, reaching Ukrainians and Eastern Europeans, Russian speakers, predominantly, with the gospel, and looking forward to hearing an update from what's going on in his world, his ministry. And then we have another man, Andrew Counterman, who is a director over a ministry that helps church planters in Latin America, and God has been doing some good things through his ministry. I actually talked to him this week, and I found out that years ago, he actually used to be on the board of BIEM, which is the mission board of Sam Slobodian. So he and Sam Slobodian are good friends, haven't seen each other in a while, so they look forward to reconnecting at the conference. Small world, isn't it? And then we have David Bennett, with Silent Word Ministries International. I've known David for many years, and he ministers to the deaf around the world, and really kind of an interesting mission field. I think a lot of times we forget about the deaf communities around, and how much they do need to hear, literally, they need to hear Jesus, they need to hear about Jesus. How do deaf people hear? They actually hear with their eyes and they talk with their hands, okay? Pretty amazing. They still communicate. So very interesting, how do we share the gospel with the deaf around us? And we're gonna do a lot of application here tonight as well. So when we think about the Great Commission, to go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature, although this command is simple, the task before us is great. In human terms, the Great Commission is daunting, but that God has promised us His presence and His power as we go forth in His name. In the world's population today, we have what, 7 .7 billion people, I believe, it's growing by the minute, right? And so there's a lot of people in this world, especially in the past 100 years, my word, the world's population has grown exceedingly. And so when we think of that, and we're supposed to go into all the world, preach the gospel to every creature, every person, wow, where do you start? Where do you begin? And I think that's kind of, when you look at it again from a human perspective, that seems overwhelming, but how do we do this? By looking at modern missions and when we kind of the traditional approach we take to missions, even here at Victory Baptist, there are a few challenges that must be considered. So I wanna do something tonight. About a year ago, we actually went over the philosophy of missions in the local church. We spent several weeks on why we do missions, why do we have, why is the local church involved? We talked about even the deputation process, is that even biblical support raising? Is that biblical? We talked about a little bit of the missions experience across the world and wherever they may be. We talked about all those things, but here's some, just a very quick recap of two things. First of all, what is missions? Let's talk about that. Missions is this, missions, this is kind of my definition in a way, but kind of modified from others, but missions is the responsibility and the task of the local church to take the gospel of Jesus Christ to the world for the purpose of discipleship, multiplication of self -supporting, self -governing and self -propagating churches for the glory of God, okay? So as we talk about works that are eventually self -supporting, self -governing, self -propagating church, in other words, they become kind of, they're not dependent on a foreign entity per se. They have their own independence, if you will. So that is, that's one of the goals of missions, but who is a missionary? Who is a missionary? There's a song that I remember singing when I was little, be a missionary every day. I don't be a missionary every day, tell the world that Jesus is the way. I don't know if you ever heard that song or not, but the fact of the matter is that song's not true. Not everyone is called to be a missionary as a vocational missionary. Everyone is called to be an ambassador for the Lord in that regard. You represent Jesus Christ no matter where you go, but here is, this is why. Why do we say, when we talk about missions and missionaries, who is a missionary? And this is a definition here, a missionary is one called by God to full -time service of Bible study and prayer and one who crosses cultural and or geographical boundaries to proclaim the gospel in areas where Jesus Christ is largely unknown, okay? Let me slow down a little bit and read that again because there's a lot in that. A missionary is one called by God to full -time service of Bible study and prayer and then one who crosses cultural and or geographical boundaries to proclaim the gospel in areas where Jesus Christ is largely unknown. So that's when we talk about missionaries and we support a missionary and we have, like you said, we have 21. That is generally their description, okay, in those parts, so very important, okay? But one thing that we're gonna talk about tonight is this. This is a practical way. We talked earlier about in modern missions, there are a few challenges that missionaries do face and it's one that often does not, it sometimes gets talked about but it is not really thought about. What do you mean? So it's, again, this is something that's talked about but not really thought about. What is one of these challenges? And one of the challenges that missionaries often face is that of language barriers. There's cultural barriers. I think we think about, when I was in Bible college, I was a missions major and so I remember going through one of our missions classes and our professor, he said that there is three Fs in the missionary experience. The first is fascination. When a missionary gets to the field, there's a fascination. It's kind of like honeymoon period, wow, you're kind of like the tourist, you know, you take pictures of everything, buy all the souvenirs, you know, you kind of get that fascination. The second part, though, after you're there for a while, you get, it becomes frustration because you figure out, wait a minute, you stick out like a sore thumb in that culture. You don't look like, talk like, act like the culture that you're in and sometimes they don't think the way you do or, you know, respond the way you're expecting. So there's a frustration in the culture. We never got to the fourth F, or the third F, excuse me, we never got to the third F, so I have no idea what comes after frustration. He left us hanging all these years, it's been 20 some years. I have no idea what we're supposed to end up. I would say, if anything, I think there is a sense of fulfillment that you are obedient to Christ, our faithfulness, that you're there sticking out as long as God keeps you in that area. But nonetheless, language barriers is very, it's a real barrier and it's actually more, and I'll kind of break it down a little bit here in just a moment here, but language barriers is actually a very serious barrier that missionaries must take, that they must cross. And so learning another language in another culture, preferably by immersion, is something that's very challenging that a lot of missionaries face and I think this is really where you find out who's going to stick it out in missions versus who's not going to stick it out. And I'll get to that, why is that, okay? So let me ask you this, how many of you took a foreign language, whether it be in high school, college, whether it be, several of you have, okay? I jokingly say, Linnea just started a Spanish class at co -op, but I jokingly say, the high school Spanish you have, by the time you get older, you're just good enough to order at Taco Bell, you know? So speaking, practically what do you do with that? And so if you've actually learned and studied another language, like actually seriously hit the books on it and to immerse yourself in that culture if you can, is very important. But here's some quick statistics. There are, how many languages are there in the world today? How many known languages? There are over, there's about, actually this is the report as of earlier this year, January 1st, 7 ,117 known languages spoken by people around the world, according to Ethnologue. Well over 7 ,000 languages represented around the world, that's a lot, okay? So here's the next question, I'm gonna ask you this, what do you think? Which language has the most native speakers, in other words, this is their first language, their birth languages if you will, which language has the most native speakers, what do you think? Chinese, yes, absolutely, 1 .27 billion people speak Chinese as their first language, English is third down the list, okay? So anyways, you think of this Mandarin or Cantonese, okay, that's very well spoken, okay? So how much of the world's population speaks English as a first or second language, what do you think? What percentage would you say of the world's population speaks English as a first or second language? What's that? I'd say you can learn to speak English and all that.
Monitor Show 16:00 11-14-2023 16:00
"Download the DraftKings Sportsbook app now and use code IHART. New customers can get $150 instantly in bonus bets for betting just $5 on basketball. Only on DraftKings Sportsbook with code IHART. The crown is yours. Gambling problem? Call 1 -800 -GAMBLER or visit 1 -800 -GAMBLER .net. 21 and over. Age varies by jurisdiction. Void in Ontario. Bonus bets expire 168 hours after issuance. See sportsbook .draftkings .com slash basketball terms for eligibility and deposit restrictions, terms and responsible gaming resources. Some of the softness that you are seeing in a lot of the manufacturing chemicals and manufacturing products here, and that's a sign here that we could see some more broader economic softness overall. Alright, see lubricants. They're important. Let's be careful, Carol. Let's walk through the numbers here on this Tuesday afternoon. A good day all around with the Dow Jones Industrial Average up almost 500 points, or about 1 .4 % here on the day. The S &P 500 higher by about 84 points, just a smid shy of that 4 ,500 level that it did trade above. It's going to close right around 4 ,495 and change here. That's higher by about 1 .9 % here on the day, best day for the S &P. Going back to January and the NASDAQ up about 2 % or 326 points above that 14 ,000 level. But we've got to talk about the Russell 2000, guys, because it was a phenomenal day for the Russell. A 5 .4 % gain on that index. Not only is that the best day going back to November of last year, but when you talk about the outperformance relative to the rest of the market here, and this has really been the bugaboo for so long, Carol, the idea that the Russell, the small caps, even the mid caps were not keeping pace with some of those outsize gains we had earlier this year, well, at least for today, those names are getting into the spotlight. Yeah, very, very telling. You've now got the Russell in the green year to date. It's up just about 2 % here. I just want to say, if you look at the S &P 500 remain, I mean, really broad based, and we know this, right? We've got almost roughly about 466 names to the upside today.
Monitor Show 13:00 11-14-2023 13:00
"Business stories aren't just about business, they're also about policy, politics, finance, and more. With Bloomberg, you stay informed on global coverage that connects the dots. The Bloomberg mobile app now features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, so you can get the latest live radio, podcasts, and audio articles in the car. Download the Bloomberg mobile app now to get started. Find it in the Apple App Store or on Google Play. Bloomberg in -car apps are sponsored by Interactive Brokers. May here, is that something that is a January event or, I mean, some people have even suggested this could go as late as April 30th. Well, yeah, you might be referring to that 1 % across the board cut that would take effect. That's a motivator potentially to get something done. It's just really hard to tell because the speaker is so new and there's still so much discord within the Republican conference. There's just no appetite to see the government shut down here. Everyone's kind of looking at what everybody else is doing. Paul, look, there's the matter of the Senate. I don't want people to believe that this is a done deal. This could still totally go off the rails. The Senate has its own continuing resolution and it's pretty different from the House's. If they want to go into conference committee and drag this thing out, we would probably shut down for a couple of days. If the Senate says, okay, you know what? We're just going to put a stamp on whatever you guys do in the House and that appears to be where we're going, then this will once again see a shutdown averted. But look, we need a budget for more than a month around here. And that's going to be difficult to do. We've got the matter of Israel and Ukraine as well. Yeah, billions, tens of billions in funding the White House asked for. There's no path for either of those. Paul, I'm wondering if we're going to go into the new year without that money being resolved. Yeah, that's a that's a key one of the many challenges here. All right, let's switch gears a little bit to think about foreign policy. President Biden heading out to San Francisco. He's going to sit down with President Biden.
A highlight from The Best Altcoins To Buy This Week! (Act Fast)
"This may not be the optimal market to start DCAing into coins for long -term holds, but right now is the optimal time for trading with a lot of amazing trade setups presenting themselves every single week. So in today's video, I'm going to run through the 14, yes, 14 trade setups, all of which are long setups this week, because you know what happens when you try to fight the trend, you get wrecked. This is a market where as long as the uptrend lasts, is your friend until the end of the trend. And that means we long more than we short. So today I have 14 long setups I want to discuss with you. Most of the setups are a little bit shorter term, like mostly focused on this week, but a couple are a little bit longer term, I would say like in the three to four month range. Not focusing on super long term trades here, but still definitely going to have some alpha for you in today's video as to what altcoins I think could be part of a rotation. As we're seeing right now, basically narratives hop from narrative to narrative as traders seem to be rotating profits into different sectors. And we're going to discuss where I think that rotation could take us. 14 very different altcoins in today's show. We're going to cover a couple narratives like gaming, like ZK, and hopefully you enjoy. Smash the like button if you are enjoying the content at the moment. Let's just start with Bitcoin. An interesting observation to make on Bitcoin is that the last time it had four consecutive weekly candles in a row to the upside, as you can see, like we have currently gotten, it actually did this in early January and ended up reversing for two weeks before continuing an uptrend. So I mean, just because it happened once doesn't mean we're necessarily going to get like a sustained pullback now. But I think what needs to happen and what the market is already starting to show us with weekly open here is that Bitcoin needs a little bit of a cooldown. Now a cooldown is not bad for altcoins. A cooldown, if Bitcoin just moves sideways, maybe a little bit down is actually good for altcoins because it gives the alt some breathing room. It takes the wind out of Bitcoin sales a little bit and gives the alt some room to run. So what I want to see longer term is definitely a sustained increase in Bitcoin dominance that shows liquidity is flowing into Bitcoin. And then eventually I want to see that siphon off into the alts. So I actually want to see dominance pushing up to 60 % for a really healthy market. So altcoins can have a sustained run. But for now, if Bitcoin just cools and alts run a little bit, that's okay for now. Another interesting thing to note is that Bloomberg analysts still expect a 90 % chance of a Bitcoin spot ETF approval by the 10th of January. At the moment, the SEC has another five days to approve an ETF. If they don't approve it, then they're going to have to delay until January. So we could see an approval this week. I don't think this will be the case, but it is a possibility given the fact this week we are in an approval window. So definitely look for some volatility on Bitcoin. All right, let's get into the official list of altcoins that I'm looking at my weekly watch list. By the way, this is a show that I've been doing pretty much every week, but obviously now there's extra attention on the show because we're finally getting some market movers. If you looked at my watch list last week, basically I think six out of the seven tokens that I listed all ended up in profits. We had some amazing trades from that watch list. So congratulations to everyone that got involved there. Hopefully from this week's watch list, similarly, we have some good trades that come out of this one as well. The first place I want to start is ThorChain. What you need to understand about ThorChain is that it's the ultimate bull market token. Because of its reflexive mechanism, the more capital that goes into Roon, basically the better the yields end up being because they need to incentivize LPs to stake tokens in the pools to balance out the Roon LP because Roon is pumped in price, right? So when you have a higher APR, a lot of people ape into Roon, increasing the TVL. We can see the TVL is skyrocketing at the moment, as you can see here. And what that means is that Roon has this really explosive effect, this compounding effect, this flywheel when the market starts to deposit into Roon. So Roon is actually pretty much the ultimate bull market token. In a bear market, it's the opposite. It's one of the worst tokens because it gets hit really hard the other way. When the Roon price is going down, the yields tank. A lot of people exit the ecosystem because remember, to facilitate omni -chain swaps, what Roon does is it basically has LPs where you're required to hold an asset one to one with Roon. So if you want to swap from, let's say, Ethereum to Bitcoin, you're going to need in the omni -pool your Roon pairing with Ethereum and Bitcoin in order to facilitate that swap. So that's why in a bull market it does really well and in a bear market it does really bad. Because we're in a bull trend at the moment, Roon is clearly performing really well. It's one of the strongest performers in the market at the moment. And for that reason, if we do see a pullback like we're seeing right now, this is one that I'll look to ladder into on continuation. As I mentioned at the start of the video, this is really a traders market and it's a market where you probably want to be longing more than you are shorting. And when we're longing more than we're shorting, we want to look at the strongest coins. There are a few rotational players that I want to talk about but you generally want to look at the strongest coins and on any major pullbacks you can use them as dip buying opportunities, not for spot but for trades only. So depending on your risk tolerance, you can use different amounts of leverage. Some people, if you have more capital, you'll prefer spot trading. For me, I actually do a fair bit of spot trading so I might go in with a bigger position or a low leverage position because I don't want to get wicked out like we saw on the 10th of November. But here are some levels that you can look at to enter Roon on the pullback. The major level I'm looking at is this cross section here between the horizontal and the upwards diagonal trend which comes at around $4. If Roon somehow makes its way back down there, I don't think it will. This would be an amazing zone to do some buying. If not, then you do have this zone right here at the 4 .7 area that could be an interesting look as a small ladder in zone. You could probably ladder in here and then your last gasp is at $3 .60. If it starts breaking this trend, then that looks really bad that it's just going to reverse all the way back down. I don't think that's going to happen though. I think momentum for Roon has been upwards and as such, we should treat it with respect and it's certainly what I'm looking to have a nibble at if we continue to get any sort of sustained pullback in terms of trading, of course, not long -term. Long -term positions will be on more key high time frame supports. If you want to learn a bit more about that, I actually uploaded a video called If You Miss The Crypto Rally Follows This Exact Roadmap, which talks about long -term investing. So today is the short -term show. Yesterday, if you go onto the channel and go onto my playlist, and there's also a playlist linked in the description, that will give you a roadmap for the spot side of things. In terms of buying spot Roon, you want to be doing so on key support levels on the higher time frames because we don't like to buy long -term positions on the shorter time frames. It just doesn't make or the lower time frames. It just doesn't make any sense, right? 4 swaps an interesting play now starting to wake up as well being the main decks on Roon. This is definitely a 4 beta play or a Roon beta play rather. So 4 is definitely what I'm looking at in a similar gist to what I'm doing with Roon. Any major pullbacks probably going to gobble them up from a trading point of view. And you can also see they closed with an all -time high trading volume right now. A lot of people are actually using Roon to swap, which is an amazing thing and great for the ecosystem. So that's Roon. Now I want to talk about Solana because Solana is in a similar position to Roon in the sense that being one of the most explosive price movers. But it's kind of an interesting spot, right? Because it's come all the way up from what $15 to $53 in price. It actually hit $60 for a brief period of time. Spot holders don't know if they should take profits here. Traders don't know if they should be longing here. It's kind of in a weird position. But if we look at Sol, we can see that it broke above the key weekly resistance at the $48 level. So for me, a pullback into this zone similar to a buying opportunity, because I think what tends to happen with these coins is the most explosive move happens last. We haven't, I don't think seen that blow off top yet. And I may be wrong, this $65 zone could have been this blow off top. But I still have a feeling that we get that final thrust from Solana that just squeezes all those shorts that are now starting to pile up a little bit. And that will be your final blow off top for Solana. So because I think there's a tiny bit of juice left in the lemon here, I would be looking at any major pullback similarly to Rune continuing to ladder in until the trend reverses. Happy to kind of lose a bit of money trying to play this game considering that the upside is fairly immense in my opinion, if you can hit that trade. So Solana is one that I'd be interested in longing on a major pullback. You know the key level on the weekly. Obviously, you want to confirm that with lower timeframe trade setups because you have a fantastic level to look at. And on let's say the one hourly, the four hourly, that's when you'd actually be entering. Okay, let's move on to a new subset of tokens. These are the tokens that haven't moved. I know Rune and Solana have moved aggressively and we are playing the by the dip game, I guess on those ones. But some of the coins I want to talk about now actually haven't really moved. Now they have moved because the whole market's moved, but just not as much like Polygon hasn't done a 5x like Solana has or you know, 6x, 7x like Rune has. It is significantly up of course, but there is a really interesting narrative starting to brew here and that's the ZK narrative. So if you actually remember back to earlier in the year, January, February, some of the strongest performers alongside like AI and LSDs were the ZK coins. There was a lot of ZK hype and Matic being your biggest coin in this ZK basket of coins tends to be a market leader and it also happens to have this big announcement happening on November 14th which is garnering a leader of the ZK sector if ZK starts to wake up. Because right now we're in this rotational market, we saw Solana rotate into Avalanche, we saw that rotate into Phantom, we saw gaming pop off, we're seeing all these narratives pop off, AI popped off last week. I think next, a narrative that hasn't really popped off, but one that did in January is ZK. So Matic's definitely one of them. In terms of trading this, you do have your major support at 76, but what I would be more interested in is a break of the 92 cent level on the four hourly. Any confirmation above this level would be a decent entry in my opinion and you can see this level mapped out on the daily chart as your key resistance that we're currently trying to test at the moment. If we break that level, then suddenly we can look at a scenario that happened earlier in the year in February, as I said during that ZK run, where Matic ran all the way to 150. A 150 Matic in this run is not out of the question at all. In fact, I think it could happen if ZK gains steam. So that's what I'm keeping my eye on. Now let's talk about some of the other ZK protocols, but before we get into that, while we're speaking on the topic of Polygon, if you do want to earn any yield on the Polygon side, you can go to the farming page on SmartX, which is one of our official show partners. It's an AMM, which reduces the negative effects of impermanent loss and sometimes leads to impermanent gain that currently offers some of the most competitive, in fact, the best rates on the Polygon side for yield farming. So you can see in front of you, you've got 30 to 40 % APRs on a variety of pools, which as I said, have a mechanism which reduces impermanent loss, which is obviously one of the biggest headaches when it comes to Lping in crypto. So I highly recommend using the link in the description below to check out SmartX if you are interested in farming, or you can also do swapping on SmartX and get some of the best swap in the market as well. Link in the description below to check out SmartX. I've got some big announcements coming soon that I'm excited to share with you as well, so stay tuned for that. So let's talk about some of the other ZK protocols. So if Matic starts to make a run here, what will I long? Well, I'm going to long the leaders. I'm not going to try and pick the laggards in this sector. I want to pick the strongest coins in this sector. If we look back to the last run, as I mentioned at the start of the year, some of the best performers were Mina Protocol, Loop Ring, Nute and Dusk. So these are the ones I'm looking at because the market's really familiar with them. I think there's a bit of synergy here with that narrative in these coins. So those are some of the ones I'm looking at. But whatever leads in this sector after Polygon, those will be the ones that I'm interested in. And you can see Polygon and Immutable, the two biggest ZK protocols have run, but a lot of the others haven't run yet. So I think it's a narrative that's flying slightly under the radar, but I think it'll catch up quick once it starts to gain steam. So as a rotational play, this is definitely one that I'm interested in this week. Another one I'm interested in, which is already starting to pump, but probably has a little more upside left in it, is Sei Network. Now we know how explosive these career pumps have been in recent times. Pretty much every token that's been listed on Korean exchange a bit has exploded. We saw this earlier in the year with Sui and Aptos. We've recently seen it with Mina Protocol. Now we're on its pair on Upbit. So Sei is definitely one that I'm watching. It's catching a strong career pump. It has moved, but Sei is what I would call a new coin, right? It's a coin that has launched in the bear market. It's newer. It has pumpermentals because there's less underwater bag holders, and it still is down from its original trading price on its first day. Not from IDO price, but from the peak that it hit on its first day because it had a huge pump, ended up coming back down. It did hit its low of, what is it, like 0 .09 here. It's now started to move back up to 0 .15, but that's less than a 2X on a coin that has, as I said, pumpermentals. It's obviously a trading blockchain built in the Cosmos ecosystem. So some interesting stuff with Sei. If you do want an entry here, I mean, you could look to get an initial position, but if you're using leverage, you want to be careful. I mean, this is kind of not really a great place to trade. Obviously on one hourly, you might be able to find, it depends how, like if you're trading breakouts, you could probably look for like a breakout of this trend here. By the time you're watching this video, it might be too late. So the best I can do for you is actually looking on the four hourly and showing you these key support levels. The 0 .1344 level, if we do get some sort of confluence with the horizontal and diagonal trend here, this would be a great pocket to buy in. But any zone along this major support zone will be an area that I load up, but it does depend on your trading strategy. If you are a high leverage trader, you want to be a lot more precise. Me, I'll either go in this with spot or super low leverage. So I'm not so concerned about getting the exact entry. I'm just trying to really catch it for the uptrend. So depends how you trade, of course, if you're trying to snipe that entry, got to be a lot more careful. For me, a much lower leverage than your average person because I found that's what works for me because I don't have time just personally to sit in front of my computer all day and snipe entries. That's not me. I much more size. So let's say instead of taking a 2k position, I'll take let's say a 10k or a 15k spot position. And then I can't get wrecked on margin, which has been helping me a lot. Or I'll just go in with like a 3x leverage position. So it would take a lot to shake me out of a trade. So that is one I'm looking at. Similarly to say another coin that has pumpamentals and has shown this in recent times as another new coin is Celestia. Remember guys, the new coins can pump so much harder than all coins in the market. That's why I've been saying for a long time, you should definitely keep your eye on the new coins from both accumulation and a trading perspective. Celestia, by the way, is one if you've been following me on Twitter that you may have gotten an airdrop for because I did an airdrop guide last year and I included Celestia and this could end up being one of the most lucrative airdrops of the year. Congrats to anyone that watched that guide or watch my tweet and got involved because right now if you held your Celestia bag, you'd won to $2 ,000 but for some people it could be a lot more if you use multiple wallets. So I think this one is fantastic and there's a few people that have been coming out and saying that it's this cycle's soul. Smartestmoney .eth, it's an account I respect. The number one coin m p &l trader on Binance, that's pretty crazy, that is very crazy actually, has added spot to a massive seed position quote unquote and basically said watch and learn wannabes. These guys out here buying salt while I'm buying the next Solana. Big call but I mean the market cap is reasonably valued 700 mil okay five bill fdvs a lot but we know in the short term the circulating supply definitely goes to dictate how explosive the price moves can be market cap 700 mils reasonable at rank 71 calling it the next soul I don't know I like this one I like it as a spot play but not maybe after this massive pump in terms of a trade though super interesting now actually on support trend you'll notice a lot of coins are following the same trend they have a diagonal up trend as long as they stick to that trend you long if they start to break down below you've got to be a little bit wary but they've also got these horizontal support levels that they make after their retracements so this is actually a good one too long there's a couple of levels here for you to look out for on the one hourly on Celestia so that's an interesting one and let's move into some of the final narratives here I've got two more to share with you and both of these include a variety of alt coins so the first one is perpetuals I think if this volatility is to remain in the market we could definitely see perpetuals performing well we're starting to see a catch up in terms of price and fundamentals despite that not being the case a couple of weeks ago and if you see in front of you volume is performing really well this is purpose trading season this is an on -chain aping season this is the season where people are trading perps I think the centralized exchanges are doing the best that's where most people are trading but I think decks could catch up and for this reason as well as the fact that I think volatility could remain for the foreseeable future I think the perp decks remain super interesting looks at the moment not for short -term trades this week but over let's say the medium term so two to three months maybe even six months so these are definitely ones I've got my eye on dydx I'm going to do a video on this week that's a very interesting trade GMX and gains network being the ones that are kind of your decks perp decks proxies and a few others and as you can see on the weekly a lot of these are barely moved so especially like GMX and games they're a very interesting look in my opinion and if you do want to snipe better entries on a coin like GMX I recommend you use Kyber AI which is a software that basically tells you the momentum of a coin based on a variety of on -chain indicators like the number and types of trades trading volume net flow to whale wallets and what I would do on a coin like GMX is essentially if you're lining up a buy and let's say you want to start buying when shifts momentum what I would look for is a pattern like this where it shifts from bearish into bullish territory now since this video is not live you're gonna have to open your up your own Kyber AI using the link in the description below to see where it currently is but right now this would actually be potentially an interesting place to long GMX if on the lower time frames it lines up with what the Kyber score is showing which is basically bearish price momentum shown by a strong reversal so heading back into bullish territory as you can see buys are now starting to outpace cells and volume is also up ticking across GMX all of those are metrics that go into the Kyber score Kyber score is one of my favorite metrics in crypto if you go to rankings you can actually sort by market cap I love doing this so I go more than 500 million for the large caps that you can actually trade perps on and you can see which coins are looking the most bullish this can help you get entries in the market especially in a bullish market like this searching for the bullish coins can be an amazing way especially using on -chain analysis to get better trading entries so link in the description to check out Kyber AI it's an extremely useful tool especially for confluence with getting trading entries and crypto bad to subscribers will get early access versus the rest of the pack so link in the description below of course it's free so not showing you anything paid it is a free service to use the last narrative I want to talk about quickly is one I think people are forgetting about it has had a bit of a pullback um but it's the gaming narrative into YGG the reason I say people are forgetting people aren't forgetting about gaming there's a lot of talk about crypto gaming on twitter but I think they're forgetting about one of the biggest gaming conferences in five days time starting on November 18th it lasts for a week there definitely could be some I mean a lot of the major projects are speaking there so there could be some interesting announcements and even if not I think there's bound to be hype into that conference so for that reason definitely keep your eye on the gaming projects there's two in particular that I like YGG because it's their conference and this is now having a pullback into a decent zone in my opinion and also GMT which on the weekly and I know once again you don't enter short -term trades on the weekly but on the weekly if it can pull back down into this pocket at 0 .22 and confirm this is support and if you line that up with your lower time frame indicators of course that could be a decent zone also to enter a GMT trade so gaming is something I'm not going to fade the bees are kind of going from one narrative to another but gaming is one that I've got my eye on ahead of the conference so I hope you enjoyed this video these are all the narratives I'm looking at right now mostly short -term some medium to long -term hope you enjoyed this was fast it was alpha packed let me know in the comments below if there are any other coins I should look at and I'll see you in the next one. Peace out.
A highlight from XRP PUMPS AND DUMP ON BLACKROCK XRP TRUST FAKE NEWS!!
"Welcome to the Thinking Crypto podcast, your home for cryptocurrency news and interviews. If you are new here, please hit that subscribe button as well as the thumbs up button and leave a comment below. If you're listening on a podcast platform such as Spotify or Apple, please leave a five star rating and review. It supports the podcast and it doesn't cost you anything. Well, folks, XRP pumped and dumped this afternoon on news of BlackRock filing for an XRP spot trust. And this filing was actually on the government website in Delaware. So that's where people were going a bit crazy, like, wait, it's legit, right? It's not just a rumor. It's not somebody just tweeted, but rather the filing was actually on the site, but it was a fake filing. scammers, So these these people are getting more sophisticated and more bold. You know, the fact that you're taking BlackRock's name and going and filing a fake application. I mean, come on. Right. We don't know who did it, but, you know, maybe they're playing the market where they're doing some quick longs and then shorting it. Right. Because right away, the market dumped after the news came out that it was a fake filing. So TLDR the here, though, is that you can see the market is clamoring for a spot ETF, whether it be Bitcoin, Ethereum or XRP. This is where scumbag regulator Gary Gensler and the SEC need to act. Approve the goddamn ETF already, right? You got commissioners like Hester Peirce and Mark Ueda who are coming out saying the ETF's spot ETF should have been approved years ago. So right now we're just being delayed by the scumbag regulator, Gary Gensler. So here, Eric Balcones of Bloomberg said this is false, confirmed by BlackRock by me. So he contacted the folks at BlackRock. He said some wacko must have added using BlackRock executive name, et cetera. Come on, man. So, you know, it's it's so silly. And like I said, they're getting bolder. The fact that they're filing and putting this stuff on the website now because of the XRP fake filing that brought into question the Ethereum trust filing, which took place recently, I think a couple of weeks ago or one or two weeks ago. A lot of people are now asking if the Ethereum trust filing was real after seeing the XRP trust was fake. He said, yes, the iShares Ethereum trust is real and was confirmed via 19B -4 filing on Thursday. Only the XRP trust filing was fake. So I think the TLDR here, though, is once again, the market is clamoring for an ETF. Everybody's winning in anticipation. And these ETFs will have a price moving ability. You know, you're going to see the markets pump off of this and we're going to see Bitcoin spot ETF approved eventually all coin ETFs, right? Individual as well as baskets. So Ethereum, XRP, Cardano and the others. Right. It's just a matter of time. It's all going to happen, folks. I think we see the writing on the wall, the direction we're heading in. So I'm very bullish overall. It doesn't matter that this was a fake filing, because I know eventually these products will be built, especially the fact that XRP has the legal clarity in the United States. I mean, you know, obviously the SEC took a big loss, so very bullish overall, despite the fake news. Here's what attorney Fred Rispoli had to say regarding the fake filing. He said, one, it is indeed on the Delaware Corp permission website. I searched this all the time to look up the right entity to sue in my legal cases. He said, number two, could someone file a fake entity? I'm only familiar in filing these in California and Arizona. And yes, I could easily file a fake entity on a real corporation commission website in those states. Maybe it's hard to do in Delaware. So I didn't realize you can fake applications through a government website like so. It's interesting, but at least we know now, right? You live and you learn. And we got to be careful because these scammers are trying to, you know, manipulate the markets. If you recall, there was fake news around the Bitcoin spot ETF for BlackRock being approved. And that, you know, Larry Fink had to go on TV and say, no, that was fake, you know, but you can see the market is really ready for this. So speaking of Bitcoin spot ETF, though, Michael Sonnenshine, who's the CEO of Grayscale, tweeted out this morning, it's been a 10 year dress rehearsal. We're ready for the main event. Is he hinting to something happening soon? Because we got news here from Nate Guaracci, who is the president at ETF store. And you know, he lives, breathes and eats ETF. So these guys know everything about it. He said a spot Bitcoin ETF approval could come this week. And he shared an article here with him and James Safer. So it's possible something may happen this week, you know, no guarantees, of course. But for example, James Safer has been saying he's anticipating January 2024 that that's when this is going to happen. And by the way, I'm interviewing James tomorrow. So we're going to talk about all this news.
A highlight from 1460: How Much Will One Bitcoin Be Worth After BlackRock ETF?
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A highlight from Is Solana The Next Ethereum Killer
"Can a Solana overtake Ethereum? We're seeing a lot of metrics that have a lot of people, their heads are spinning. They're surprised. They don't know what's happening. They don't know why Solana keeps continuing to pump, or we're seeing a lot of positive numbers. We're seeing active users skyrocketing. And also we're getting listed on Perpetual's futures on a very major exchange. You're going to want to check this out. This is Discover Crypto. Thank you for joining everybody. Welcome back, Rodney. We're talking about some altcoins. And now we're not going to talk about ranked 8 ,000 meme coins. Is that okay? We're talking about Solana. I guess we could talk about... Everybody's talking about Grok, I thought. That's right. Grok. Well, yeah. It was like, what? Maybe a top 200 at this point. Hit $186 million market cap. I just saw Kyle Chasse tweet, or Chasse tweet. He's like, I bought the top. Ah. You know, so it happened. As they do. Did you get in on Grok, Rodney? I did not get in on Grok. I faded Grok at 20 million. Sorry. Excuse me for not buying a meme coin. You know. It went up to 150, right? So you missed out on about a seven and a half X. It's still sending, yeah. All right. So you're only missing out on a 10X so far. So far, it's a 10X. But Rodney, you just got in last night, correct? Yes, sir. Yeah. How was that? How was it flying into the Atlanta airport? I heard it's... My fiance, she has Follow Atlanta now, and they're shutting down the whole airport. Apparently, it's like, you know, entire hallways are like two foot wide. What was your experience? Well, I actually drove here from Charlottesville, Virginia, so it was an eight hour drive, but very nice. Got to listen to Joe Rogge on the way here. Some of my favorite cryptocurrency channels. Okay. Yeah. All right. Well, speaking of cryptocurrency, let's just get right into the stories here, folks. We are going to talk about Solana in a bit, but first, let's look at the crypto market. We have Bitcoin down about 1%. Let me go ahead and hit refresh just in case we're getting a little bit fresher. All right. Bitcoin down 1%. But Ethereum is up about 2 % right now, XRP down 2 .5%. Solana is cooling off, folks. Solana is almost down to 5 % along with Cardano, but both of them had a positive week. Solana just had a 10 times better week than Cardano there, 38 % to a 3 .8 % pump there. So if you're holding Solana over Cardano, you're feeling pretty good. If you're holding both, you're wondering, you're looking at your Cardano bag, poking it with the stick, like the meme, come on, do something, do something. It'll happen eventually, folks. Just trust me. Then we have Chainlink down to 5 .5 % as well, but Matic is up. But we look, look at Celestia, Tia, Tia is up. We were talking about Tia, Tia is up 25%, 125 % for the week. Now, TJ, did you see any Tia actually, you saw Celestia? I mean, I know it's Drew's wife's name, so he's been big on it, but he actually, I think was talking about Celestia. Yeah, we did a short on it a while back. We noticed it when it very first popped out. Obviously it's strong in some of the Asian markets, a competitor, so to speak, coming out of nowhere. We're seeing, we're moving up very quickly through the top 100. I think it's ranked 65, 68, something like that right now. I mean, it was under 100 a week or two ago when we first covered it. Definitely something to keep an eye on. And this is something that's important that I wanted to mention on today's stream. As we're getting into a new bull market, there's a lot of different ways to look at different altcoins and value different things. When you're building out your portfolio, there's something to be said for projects that have been around for a little while that you know are going to perform into the bull market. Again, we've looked at them a lot. They're in the top 20s, top 50s, the Maddox, the Mutables, the avalanches, the Solanas, kind of the big performers of the last cycle. However, the ones that tend to have the most explosive gains can be the things that are launching around this time, the newer things. It'll be interesting to see if that trend proves through in this cycle. But Tia, Celestia would be one of those ones that it looked like tech had been around for a while, the team had been around for a while, and they were waiting for the right time to launch to really capture attention in this bull market. So watching how those perform over the next few months, I do think is going to be key. We're going to be doing a deep dive on Celestia coming up in the next week or so. I have some of that going into the works. But watching layer ones, layer twos in the narratives, obviously, in this cycle, I think is going to be a good strategy if you're looking to make those gains. All right. But speaking of gains, we also have the other side of the coin, and that's the losses, folks. The biggest loser is Rollbit for the day, down 10 percent and then Kronos. But if you look at the week here, the biggest loser is Trust Wallet and then followed by XRP. Oh, no. XRP was the number two loser for the week, folks. So it's just interesting to see a top five coin be one of the biggest losers right there. Nio, Nio as well. Nio is down now. Nio is on a video I'm working on right now, the top five coins out of Asia, everybody. And Nio is one of the five. So that might be one. All right. I'll be joining in in a second here. But I think it's time for us to talk a little Solana here. Now, Rodney, what are your broad thoughts on Solana as a sign in real quick? Yeah, well, I think that could be one of the bigger comeback stories of this next run, because really the reason why it dumped down so much, because look at everything dumped during the bear market. But the reason why it dumped down significantly was the negative association it had with Almeida Research, Sam Beckman Fried and stuff like that. But now that we're putting all that stuff behind us, it's probably going to recover. I mean, beside what the occasional network outage is, it's actually a pretty solid project. So a lot of people bought that dip understanding that the reason why it was down wasn't because of function. It was because of the negative publicity. Just like Elon Musk going on Joe Rogan's show, smoking some, you know, green and then dumping Tesla stock. Yeah, I always talk about that podcast. I saw that podcast and I remember thinking, oh, wow, this guy is incredibly bright. I would want to own Tesla stock. A lot of people say, oh, yeah, let's dump it. Well, Solana is overtaking Ethereum by active users after a 70 % spike. Everybody let's look at some of the numbers here. So this is according to Arnimix, they had 356 ,000 unique users on Saturday beating Ethereum's 330 ,000. So beat them by 26 ,000 right there. The milestone was driven by a sharp uptick with the network hosting only 200 ,000 just one week ago, less than a week ago. So it was $100 ,000 less. For comparison, ETH consistently holds around 300 to 350 with two brief spikes above 400k in a surge of more than 1 million wallets. But the price of Solana has plummeted. Is it still more than 96 % from 2021 high of 250 bucks? Does that sound right? I don't know about 96%. Yeah, no, no, that's not right. At one point, at one point when it fell to $10 in January, active addresses on the network shrank 85 % from over a million, 1 .28 to around 200 ,000 this September, according to the block. But Solana refused to stay down and now it is up 145 % just in the past four weeks. So everyone holding on to the profit feel good. And then some analysts have been quick to pronounce that Solana has flipped Ethereum by active users due to the recent uptick. However, the ecosystem has expanded beyond its base layer with the majority of ETH activity now taking place on layer two. So Solana may surpass Ethereum, but there's a giant asterisk because if you want to incorporate little activity, two well, Ethereum, the EVM as a whole greatly surpasses Solana there. But TJ, what do you think about Solana ever surpassing Ethereum as far as, you know, being the number one chain? What odds would you, would you put it less than 5%, less than 1 %? No, I think what you just said really matters there by what metric, right? You know, so you've got transactions, you've got daily active users, you've got a market cap, you've got volume, you know, there's so many different metrics to measure a chain by. So I could see it passing it in transactions one day. That's what it's designed for, right? If you get some good, if you get some good games running on it, you could see it hit higher active users, higher transaction or, you know, but volume, probably not, you know, like DeFi is going to most likely live on Ethereum for the foreseeable future. We talked about that a little bit last week. The ecosystem really matters there. And so I think what we're seeing right now in price gains in the short term, sure, it could, it could outperform there. And I think part of what we should talk about here today is why we saw all that price movement happening over the weekend. And I think, I think you've got my screen here, BJ, you can pull it in here, but some of the factors that came up on this article on Cointelegraph, why Solana Price woke up this week, it really has to do with, you know, obviously FTX getting reopened back up. A lot of people thinking there's less likely for Alameda and what's held on the FTX balance sheet, less likely to dump.
A highlight from Ethereum Bull-Run Begins | Gaming Tokens Explode
"All right is the ETH bull run beginning? A lot of things are starting to shape up in the markets. Today we're gonna break down a lot of different scenarios that are kind of aligning at the same time and it might be in a position for an Ethereum ETF and many more things to come. My name is Paul Baron. Welcome back into Tech Path. All right let's get started. Before we go I do want to thank Tanjum. If you guys are looking at self -custody this is the self -custody wallet you want to get. And there's a couple of things you can do. First of all it's a card. It works in conjunction with a really slick app and it's one of the best self -custody solutions out there and right now if you're not in self -custody from your exchanges you should be starting. I know this is going to be getting heated up here so there's gonna be a lot of activity right now so just remember be cautious always within the exchanges. Get your into crypto self -custody. You can do a couple of things here with the Tanjum wallet. You can get a three card set which is the way I recommend for your secure wallet. This will give you three additional cards or two additional cards. One you can carry with you, stash the other two and that in itself gives you a great set of backups and it's not that much more expensive. These are very inexpensive really if you think about that compared to some of the hardware devices. So check it out. Use our code down below it's gonna give you an additional 10 % off. Alright let's go to a first tweet here. This is James Saffert. Update BlackRock Ethereum ETF confirmed. They just submitted a 19 B filing so it is for sure going to happen. BlackRock is in the ETF game for Ethereum. How does this play out? Now there's a couple of things that could be very intriguing with an ETF for Ethereum. First of all this is something we've talked about here on the show is of course the yield opportunity with Ethereum that resides inside an ETF. What that might look like for asset managers. There's also aspects around this that could be much more much more intricate especially because Ethereum has so much opportunity here as both a payment platform but used in games. All sorts of things that really kind of explode the ecosystem of Ethereum. Here's 21 shares and remember this is the marketing bonanza that is beginning to I think take place over this next 18 to 24 months. We are gonna see an absolute blitzkrieg of marketing coming at a lot of new investors and people out there that are really starting to maybe experiment with both Bitcoin, Ethereum and altcoins coming very soon. 21 shares of course right there's another fund that they're marketing and of course don't forget right here is VanEck and VanEck is kind of going a little bit we've had the VanEck team on before they're going a little bit heavier in the ETH route so this was one of the ads that VanEck is running and again this gets back into just awareness and it's the thing that we've talked about on the show a lot and that is there is going to be a marketing bonanza here for a lot of these funds to try to get these ETH and Bitcoin ETFs on the move. Now you could look at this in a couple of ways there's a couple of things that are happening on Ethereum right now but if you think about the potential here this is Udi Wertheimer and pretty much kind of the Udi is if you don't know who he is follow him on Twitter but pretty much the I'll call him the father of ordinals but the idea he had right here was interesting and that is imagine this the smell if if an SEC clerk accidentally approves the ETF before a Bitcoin ETF. Now you know that Gensler is if he does and when I think will approve a Bitcoin ETF could it also be now that BlackRock has the filing in place could it also be a scenario where we get an ETH ETF maybe at the same time remember this week when we had Jeff Sanford on from Bloomberg he was saying May of next year as an ETH ETF to be able to ride on right on the heels pretty much of January to get bitcoins ETF in play that would be something right there.
A highlight from Selects: Who were the Buffalo Soldiers?
"Get ready to dive into the future with Technically Speaking, an Intel podcast, the groundbreaking podcast from iHeartMedia's Ruby Studios in partnership with Intel. Each episode unveils the incredible ways AI technology is transforming our world for the better. Join host Graham Klass as he speaks with the experts behind the technological advancements that are powering a brighter and more accessible future for everyone. Listen to Technically Speaking, an Intel podcast, on the iHeartRadio app, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Following in your parents' footsteps is never easy, especially when mom or dad happen to be superstar athletes. What kind of lessons do Hall of Famers like, oh I don't know, NBA legend Tim Hardaway and NFL icon Kurt Warner impart on their kids as they chase professional sports stardom? How do they teach them the importance of prioritizing health and how to overcome adversity? Well, you can join Heart of the Game as they explore these questions and more with some of the greatest families in sports. Listen to Heart of the Game on the iHeartRadio app, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Hey, everybody. Happy Saturday. It's Chuck here with a Saturday select - selection? Yeah, that works. This week I'm going to go with Who Were the Buffalo Soldiers? This is from January 2020 and I love my history episodes that we do and this is one that I really enjoy doing because we dug in, didn't know anything about this topic, and those are always my favorite when I go in kind of blind and learn a lot. So check it out. Who Were the Buffalo Soldiers? Welcome to Stuff You Should Know, a production of iHeartRadio. Hey, and welcome to the podcast. I'm Josh Clark. There's Charles W. Action Jackson Bryant, right? Sure. And then there's Jerry over there, The Flash. That makes this Stuff You Should Know. That's right. If there's one thing people say to me is how much I'm like Carl Weathers and how speedy Jerry is. Why do I want to say that Carl Weathers had one arm in Action Jackson? I don't think that was the case. Has he ever had one arm in any of his, oh, I think his arm gets pulled off in Predator. I'm conflating the two. That sounds about right. I saw Predator, but just once like, you know, when it came out. I saw it within the last 12 months. I think it's even better now as a grown up. Oh yeah? Yeah. Okay. I can really feel the tension like you're in the jungle there with everybody. It's amazing. Have you been singing the Buffalo Soldier song like constantly in your head? Despite my best efforts, I can't stop. Well, I looked up the lyrics because I was just, you know, I know some of them, but I wanted to kind of see where exactly he was probably talking about the soldiers. And there were some kind of on the nose references. Sure. You mentioned San Juan. You mentioned San Juan. What else? You know, fighting for America, fighting on arrival, fighting for survival. Sure. I always got it wrong though. I thought he said dreadlock rock star. No. No, he says dreadlock Rasta. I know. I learned that today. Dreadlock rock star. I've been singing. Well, I thought he was talking about himself. That's hilarious. I was singing it wrong. I mean, he was singing about himself. No, he was singing about the Buffalo Soldiers. They weren't Rastas.
A highlight from BlackRock Bitcoin ETF in January | Larry Fink Is Confident
"All right, so things are cooking in the market right now, Bitcoin, Ethereum, what we're doing and watching with Solana. We'll break down a lot of things for you guys today, but it's all going to be built around the narrative of the ETF, when and how much of an impact it will have on the markets. My name is Paul Baron. Welcome back to The Tech Path. All right. A couple of posts we'll get into. I want to kind of flow along here. There's going to be a lot happening today. Before I get started, I want to thank our sponsor, and that is iTrust Capital, if you guys are looking at long -term holding. In an IRA, this is one of the places to check out. You can hold Bitcoin over there, precious metals, altcoins, all sorts of things. It's all self -directed over there, very easy to use. All you have to use is our link down below. Get a $100 funding reward if you decide to go in on that. Low fees too on your transactions inside, no fees on a monthly. So just think about that. Let's go over to a couple of tweets here. I want to start off with Mike Allred, or Alfred. Mike had a very interesting tweet here, and I follow this guy. I would say he's a Bitcoiner, and he had a really good position point here on the first of November. FOMC press conference over, Jerome is off stage. Markets are not following the familiar script of dumping through the close. This is the turning point. Yields will fall, the dollar will top, and Bitcoin and equities will rip through the year end. Basically, Mike called it, and I think he's exactly right, what we did see in terms of yields starting to fall. In fact, we saw a fairly significant jump down in yields. If you look at what Joe Consorti was talking about, this is a good example, people are losing faith in US creditworthiness even after the 10 -year yield has fallen by 51 bips. So that to me is some of these nuances that happen in the traditional markets that start to move things around. It also starts to loosen up capital on the sidelines, and that's what you're watching right now. Then if you look at the comparison of where things are going around Bitcoin, because some people are saying Bitcoin could make it to 50K, and part of this will look at, of course, the ETF, the likelihood of getting an ETF before the end of the year. Even though our friends at Bootbar still believe that that's like a 70 % probability, I feel like this is probably going to roll into that January 10th date, and when it does, I think that is the key. Now, what does that mean between now and then? I think that is the big question for sure. Fox Biz says BlackRock is growing increasingly confident in the spot Bitcoin ETF approval by January. Listen, they're having conversations with the SEC, there's a lot of back and forth dealing with this. Ed Gasparino talking about this. Everybody on Wall Street is talking about this. If this does not happen, this would be one of the biggest fails, I think, on Wall Street in combination with the SEC, maybe that we've ever seen in the history of Wall Street. Other things to be watching for, and this is something that Seifert and I talked about the other day when he was on. Just in, French investment bankers receive an email from BlackRock promoting a webinar for their iShares that swap ETF products on November 15th. This is within eight days of a spot Bitcoin ETF approval window. This is something that Seifert and I talked about, Bloomberg analysts, and the questions that have kind of been brewing is that there's been a lot of advertising, they're called RFPs, and if you're in the media business, you know what that is, but there's been a lot of RFPs coming in asking about certain windows of time and how quickly you can activate ads. This to me, what is it? Because normally this is a year -end kind of thing, and year -end, sure, there could be a scenario where people are just blowing the rest of a budget that they've already allocated, but these seem to be very targeted and very specific, and when you get those kinds of RFPs, which we've received, then I'm always questioning, what are they looking for? What exactly is going on? That usually tells me there's a campaign brewing, and what else is out there right now that could be brewing in terms of campaigns when it comes down to marketing, just like Seifert said, there's going to be a marketing bloodbath of who's going to try to position first, whether it's BlackRock, 21 shares, Fidelity, all the ones that we have out there in terms of the spot ETF. Here's another topic on Bitcoin. Here's how high Bitcoin could soar in the first year of its bull cycle. There's a course coming in from Michael Van de Poppe. A couple of things he's pointing to right here, we're getting ourselves into a period of the first year of the bull cycle, means that most likely we're going to see a high of around 50 to 55K. I would agree with that to a certain extent. There are some things, if you're not in our diamond circle, our most recent post where Evan and I actually did two analyses on this. Evan did an analysis on the TA side. We did an analysis on the sentiment side. Looking at the long -term sentiment run of Bitcoin in general, especially if you look at how it compares to other assets, and you compare that to new activity, meaning new people talking about a particular investment like Bitcoin, it's starting to ramp up. So does that mean that we could be seeing entry -level participants or people that haven't been active for a very long time coming back in the space, which could contribute to these kind of numbers in terms of 50 to 55K? We're also going to have a period where we have the altcoins are starting to wake up substantially. Obviously, I think everybody's watching Solana, Matic, Avalanche today. Those are all altcoins, and they're all in a very positive mode right now. And of course, Ethereum clipped over 2100. Most likely, we could see a 22 by weekend. So there's a lot happening there. Question will be, in between, are we going to see altcoins do really well? And we're starting to see some momentum. Will that last? And does it act like a typical altcoin season? That's the question mark that I think a lot of people are trying to compare, because if you look at past cycles versus this one and the one we possibly are moving into coming out of a bear market, a lot of people look at it in a different way because of all this new speculation around ETFs, regulation, structured capital, the coming of age of this asset class, all those things that did not exist in the last run between 2019 and 21. So at this point, confirmation of the bear market is over almost close to 100%, especially with the breakout of 28K. That was the one that basically held the 200 -week EMA. So definitely moving forward for sure.
"last january" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Good Stay morning. This is 5 with a Bloomberg .m. Wall us. Street Broadcasting Radio. time Top for stories the 24 latest and on hours global markets business a overseas day made headlines at an and are unannounced Bloomberg the coming news .com you visit need to Secretary the to and West of start Bank the your Bloomberg State day. today Antony Business where Blinken I'm he Tom met made with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas its Blinken's second visit to the region since Hamas fighters launched a surprise attack on southern Israel October 7th Blinken says the meeting focused in part on keeping the conflict between Israel and Hamas from spreading in the Middle East. He's also trying to open discussions on how Gaza might be governed if Israel succeeds in its goal completely of wiping out Hamas. There was disagreement Saturday between US and officials from at least two Arab nations over the need for a ceasefire in Gaza. Pope Francis says wars in the Middle East and Ukraine are killing the future of children. In his Angeles prayer this morning the Pope again appealed for a peace fire by Israeli forces in Gaza and for Hamas to release the two hundred Israelis it's holding hostage. Five people were injured in a shooting last night at a motorcycle rally in Galveston Texas. Police say shots were fired late last night as crowds for the Lone Star rally gathered in the city's historic Strand district. Police say a person of interest has been detained but not charged. In Hollywood, SAG GAFTRA is now reviewing a long -awaited proposal made by the Hollywood studios. Brooks Walker has the In latest. a message to its members Saturday the Actors Union said quote we received an offer today from the AMPTP which they characterized as their last best and final offer. We are reviewing it and considering our response within the context of the critical issues addressed in our proposals. Guild President Fran Drescher and the negotiating team are conferring on next steps. I'm Brooks Walker. A bus crashed into a building in Seattle Saturday after colliding with another car. One person is dead 12 or injured. The collision pushed the King County metro bus onto a sidewalk where it hit one woman then slammed into a building. The woman was pronounced dead at the scene. I'm Scott Carr. The judge presiding over former President Trump's New York civil fraud trial is expanding a gag order to include his lawyers. Judge Arthur N. Garon Friday prohibited Trump's attorneys from making any further comments about confidential communications between the judge and his staff outside or outside the courtroom. The teacher in Virginia who was shot by a six -year -old student last January can sue the school district. Brad Siegel has the latest. A Newport News Circuit Court judge ruled Friday that Abigail's Werner can move forward with her 40 million dollar lawsuit and is not limited to filing a workers compensation claim. judge The rejected that argument put forward by attorneys from the Newport News School Board to the 25 -year -old's Werner while she was teaching her first grade class at Richneck Elementary School last January. New York City's marathon is underway with a lot of new security in place as we hear from Scott Pringle in New York. The NYPD's Rebecca Weiner says the department will have a huge police presence and will be using many resources to secure the marathon. No specific credible or imminent threats against the marathon or the city but we are still we as know existing and operating in a heightened threat environment. There's been numerous protests tied to the Israel -Hamas war in the city in recent weeks and should one pop up at the marathon, police officials say officers will be ready to respond. The NYPD will be using blocker vehicles, heavy weapons teams, mobile cameras and much more. It's a relatively quiet weekend at the box office. Taylor Swift's era's tour film is hanging on to the number two slot set to become the highest 12th grossing film for the year in North America as a horror movie based on a video game stays on top. In the 80s, kids went missing. Five Nights at Freddy's is on track to earn more than $17 million this weekend while Martin Scorsese's historical drama Killers of the Flower Moon holds the number three spot. I'm Scott Carr. And I'm Charlie Pallet at Bloomberg World headquarters. We check markets all day long at Bloomberg. China's economic recovery continues to sputter. Details from Bloomberg's Dan Schwartzman. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg believe that data due Thursday will show that Chinese consumer prices slid back into deflation in October. Producer prices are also expected to have declined for a 13th consecutive month. Back in August, the People's Bank of China said that prices would rebound from the rough summer months, although that assessment may prove to be too optimistic. Expectations are growing that the central bank will provide more liquidity support by cutting the reserve requirement ratio,
"last january" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Handles show we're talking to Dr Jim Keeney, co director of the ER Mission Hospital in Mission, Vallejo. Dr Kini. Uh oh. How do you guys decide to ration care when you don't have enough beds or, more likely, You don't have enough staff to do a big surge. Well, that's I mean, So when you talk about how he handled it, really? You mentioned Step one, which is expand your capacity through setting up tents through using treatment areas that didn't exist before things like that. Second step is, you know, staff wise when you talk about in crisis mode operations. Part of that means that the skate allows us to suspend very rigid. Nursing ratio protocol. So instead of a 4 to 1 ratio, even 6 to 1 ratio, and that allows one nurse to care for more patients. I mean, obviously it's not where we like to live every single day, but in a pinch and emergency really helps. It helps us avoid having to ration care, so we were able through those mechanisms to Even at the peak last January, never have to ration care. But we were literally, you know, one ventilator one bed many times away from doing that. So we we had a system set up and you don't want to make the decision on the fly. So say you have No ventilators left and somebody's going to die, and they don't get it on a ventilator. You don't want You know, say there is a person with a very low likelihood of survival and a very poor quality of life. Um, that was with is on a ventilator and now a healthy 20 year old walks in, it gets hit by a basket ventilator that could totally survived. You don't want to make the decision because there's nine last 20 year old gets it. So we had Maintained a list. And kind of a ranging system of really ranks on this system and had a lot of features in it that were reviewed by, you know, emphasis and physicians, community members, attorneys all up and down the line here, and we came up with what we saw. It was a reasonable plan for how you address that issue. It was. It was nerve wracking and kind of got wrenching for all of us, even though we didn't have to use it, But But, you know, having that kind of desktop exercise was definitely a useful thing. And you guys are operating under some real legal. Uh um, strictures, the emergency Medical treatment and labour act means what For you In terms of what you have to do it an emergency room. Yeah, that is front and center on the mind of every emergency room. Nurses are aware of that particular We call it M Tala law the doctors are and that is a federal mandate that anyone who presents to the emergency Department or really to the hospital in general. Requesting emergency service. There needs to be screened to see about emergency condition. So you know if you walk in and have a hangout, we have to screen them to make sure they don't have an emergency condition. Once we realized that the hangnail then the obligation is done under holla. Um, And so you know, that's kind of requirement for every emergency department. And so that puts us in a bind when we exceed capacity, right. So now Well, they get a screening example has doesn't have to be done in 10 minutes in two hours and 10 hours. You know, that can depend on the weight and the volume of patients sitting there waiting to be seen. And if you do discover an emergency condition Then you have to also treat them. Yeah, you're required then to stabilize that emergency condition to the best of your capacity. So, for example, if you're at a hospital that has no laboring delivery, No o B g Y owns on staff. Well, that kind of hospital actually can't be an ambulance receiving center. But if they're an emergency room where someone walked in, and his pregnant they would have to stabilize that pregnancy or that delivery to the best of their ability and then maybe transfer them to a hospital where they do have Labor and delivery and a big area. Mm. Okay, Let's finish up with this. Why is it taking so much longer? For Covid 19 vaccines for the younger Children. Well again because a lot of people are used the word shortcut when they talk about the vaccine. It's absolutely not true. There were no shortcuts taken. Um and so this again is an example of not only were there no shortcuts taken, but the FDA had come back and ask for additional information for Children where My understanding is typically they would look at, you know, Initially they were looking at 2 to 3 months worth of data, and they wanted more. So, um, this is them doing their due diligence and making sure they have appropriate data before. Releasing this into the wild for Children. Remember that It's a much higher bar to get approved for something that prevents a disease than it is for something that cures a disease. Once we know you're sick. We got to get something out there to try and help treat people. But when you're trying to prevent something that hasn't happened, you really want to make sure it doesn't hurt anyone. Before you start using it. Of course, you know there's risk in everything you can have allergic reactions and those types of things and remember we were seeing some association between this cardiac complications. Of the vaccine, and it's very, very tiny amount of Children, and that was concerning enough that the FBI wanted to look at that. Well, it turns out that now that we have more data getting covid itself is one statistic I saw from the CDC is 16 times more likely that you'll have cardiac complications and more serious one. If you get covid, and then if you get the vaccine, so it seems like at this point, the risk benefit ratio has tipped in the favour of looking at kids, but Again. They just want the full data before they release it other than being smaller. And therefore you have to figure out dosage differently for a kid than an adult. Is there something about the younger system that makes it harder or more? You have to be more careful when developing a vaccine. Well, Yeah, you've stumbled on our mantra for pediatrics, which is that Children are not small adults. Please do not think of them as small adults there. Everything about them is different. So you you can't just scaled down what he do for an adult. And apply it to a child. You'll get it wrong way too often. So again, taking that approach with the vaccine. It's really starting from scratch. It's looking at safety with the vaccine in Children..
"last january" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Good morning. The time is 6 21. It's morning edition on KQED. I'm Brian White. The legislative session is ending today just days before the election on whether or not to recall Governor Gavin Newsom. So this is a great time to check in with KQED s Katie or for the latest from Sacramento. Hi, Katie. Hi, Brian. So what kind of impact has the recall election had on this legislative session? Well, you know, it's interesting because the business of the Legislature has really gone on as usual. So admits the whole recall hub of blue. You know, bills have been being heard on the floor going to committee getting amended. What people have really been speculating about is when Governor Newsom might sign some of the more high profile bills that have already been sent to his desk. For instance, there's a housing bill that would make it easier to build multi family homes on single family lots, and that has generated a lot of debate. There's another measure that would allow the decertification of police officers who were found to have committed serious offenses like physical or sexual abuse or tampering with evidence. You know, And I think it's unlikely that Newsom will act on those kinds of bills before the recall election simply because he doesn't want to risk alienating any voters, and he has plenty of time. He has 30 days to act on legislation sent to him during the end of session, OK, and a quick reminder to everyone. The last day to vote is Tuesday. September 14th. In the recall election so back to the bills themselves. How have lawmakers been dealing with the pandemic towards the end of session? It's not unusual to see deals coming together on various issues, and this year it looked for a moment like there might be some deals on statewide vaccine mandates. There were two potential bills around workplace vaccine mandates being discussed at the last minute. But they never materialized and tied up in those discussions was also an effort to extend funding for Covid 19 specific sick leave in California, which expires on September 30th. But time just ran out on these deals. Now there's one bill that I would have never expected to be necessary. SB 742. You've been watching that one closely. What would it do right. That bill, which is on its way to the governor, would make it a misdemeanor to obstruct any vaccine clinic. Six or harass people trying to get vaccinated. It comes from Senator Richard Pan, who's authored several vaccine related bills in the past. This one follows an incident at Dodgers Stadium last January, when protesters temporarily shut down a vaccine clinic there. KQED s Katie or in Sacramento. Hey, good to talk to you. You too. Now we're going back to our Silicon Valley's team. Hard. Look at Cryptocurrency. Maybe you've noticed some of the headlines coming out of that market fraud. Security hacks Ponzi schemes. Here's an NBC news report from the summer. Federal investigators say a wild West culture has led to a massive spike in crypto currency scams. Since October. Nearly 7000 people have reported losses of more than $80 million hearing reports like this can make you wonder if this industry is being regulated at all. KQED s oddity Bundle Amoudi reports It is Kinda. Let's start with one example of financial malfeasance. A case from 2018 DJ Khalid and Floyd Mayweather. Yes, that DJ Calad and Floyd.
"last january" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Playoff games, right, and I'm thinking I think if there's only if there's anything left about the question, Josh Allen and believe me, I love this guy. I think the best he could be. Do not scare the limit. But, um, playing games like what were the nerves get involved? I don't think I don't think last year three playoff games that Josh Played in. He wasn't he wasn't He wasn't outstanding. He was He was good. He was good. He wasn't outstanding. It they had canvassing nine. Nothing to start. The game basically were given night. Nothing. We just didn't score enough to win that game. And if you look at the Super Bowl, Kim Kelly never really had a good Super Bowl. Out of the forum. I know we've heard the door on time and go things that don't have a frank right right now to back up. Um, I wouldn't be so sure about that. I think Mr Whiskey is pretty darn good as a backup, But how would you compare? Compared for me, Kelly and Josh. Yeah, I mean, it's tough. Let's remember. Let's let's also remember here. Jim Kelly played two years of professional football before coming to Buffalo and then played another few years before being in that situation. Josh Allen is in his third year last year. Professional football, right? I mean, I think there's a big difference there. Thanks, Frank for the call, but I mean, you bring up some good points. If you want to compare like those kinds of things, Yeah. I mean, I think Josh reminds me of Jim in a lot of ways. And they are learning experiences. I mean, Jim had to go through those growing pains and learning experiences ready to just come out of the gate and start you know he wasn't a Hall of Famer the day he set foot on the field against the Jets in 86, But even the 93 bills team that we're referencing here Kelly's 33 that year, right balance 25. Like it's an eight year age difference between where the two quarterbacks are. I know we mentioned Bruce and Thurman and there are differences but just quarterback wide even if you go back to 89 like he's talking. Kelly is already how old he is close to 30 years old by that, Yeah, he's 29 at that point, right? I mean, Yeah, I think you have to. I don't mind the point that Alan needs to step it up a little bit in the playoffs. Like I do agree he was good was he m V p caliber good like he was in the regular season. I don't think so. But the numbers would tell you that he was efficient. 65% completion percentage 272 yards a game in the three playoff games last year, five touchdowns. One pick like he was not getting them beat. He was not sugar. Hi, Josh. Like we talked about in the Houston playoff game two years ago, so he took it a notch up from there, But, yeah, maybe that's the difference. Maybe, like if you want to be considered one of the best bills teams of all time if you really want to be considered. To be a strong opponent to the Chiefs in a conference championship game, you're going to need Alan to play the way he did in last regular season and not the way he played in Arrowhead last January. But I'd say you never know how things are going to like what you get into and what really resonates with people since I've tweeted out that picture of the 93 team. And said, You know, I'm I've been comparing some really good responses people remembering them. There's nothing like nostalgia in Buffalo Sports Joe. Let's just say that when people like to look back so good responses on that you can chime in at sales sports at Sneaky Joe Sports at extra point w g, R And of course 80305 58 885 52 5 50 We have a half hour left Sean McDermott at noon practice to 12 30. We'll.
"last january" Discussed on Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast
"Hi there. I hope that you enjoyed that. Little functionary tip and you start taking action. My favorite saying is the word action is not an attraction for no reason so of years ago actually last january. I was an event in la before everything kind of went a bit. Cray cray and i realized that a lot of people don't realize the amazing incredible results that people get when they start embracing funkaway their lives. One of the ladies in my mastermind. Asked me this question on. The question was so patricia. Like what are the results from punctuate and once. I started rolling off my tongue all the incredible results. Her jaw dropped now. She's not into spiritual spiritual things or woo or anything that feels a little but is teric which was totally cool. Everyone has their thing. But i really was ready to kinda share some of the results with her and when i did it was pretty profound for her to realize their home. Impacting her life on unknowingly. She could just do some things around your house to improve energy. So i've decided that i'm going to be sharing with you. A couple of the stories from real life stories from real women and men. We have a couple of bad in our powerhouse program To inspire you to really realize the impact of our home so today is no different. Today's the first one and a couple of months ago i spoke to deirdra. Dear draw is beautiful woman and one of the things that strikes me is that people come from all walks of life and backgrounds that come to me and often give even have to be an entrepreneur like to embrace long trae. A lot of my community are. But that's not. Actually the case for people in our world so deirdre actually was a mazing school secretary. She did a great job but things really have ramped up for her in her life. And i can't wait for you to hear more about that. So check out this chat with deer dry. And here's epic results when you start embracing funkaway in your life and your home. Hi there and welcome back to the live. Your dreams awake. Podcast a show for powerhouse. Women who wanted to. Ray moore wildly live more. Vibrantly give back generously brought to you by the project. Kademi with your hosts patricia. Logan author coach functional expert intuitive healer shaman passionate female entrepreneur. So look this genius in your ear. Inspiring you to live your dreams now. Hey everyone says it. It's live on facebook. Hello welcome welcome here. Joined today by deirdra. And deirdre's beat our program for awhile and you know what she just popped into my head a couple of weeks ago have when i knew that we're going to be opening the doors powerhouse. Because you came into our group one day and told us this amazing enhancement that you were going to be doing makeup or like really famous person like see reserve basically that we all followed them. We were like. Oh so then. I just as you're coming on. 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I laughed having State real ignites heads for holy jesus. Texas was where Everything was still justice. Room down stomas. Crap everywhere was broke dryer. I mean it was just made at sei. prosperity Makes sense so that was kind of forcing did all these things before. John program meals practice like Page got rid of the broken dryer. All my launcher you know. H upset by house with blair. And i could understand by Remember when he was gone things like that. I start there got into the program. There's not an ounce. After has never took his years. People have blue in your house. Someplace live even now have to stop newsouth. You know you just kind of land along you just get mean. I've always had an interest in since kid. Like i've always been you know but i never kinda blatant deep hessels everywhere but was was elements of it but again it really now. It was kind of incorporating streams. It was titled unconscious. You know stem. 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"last january" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Welcome to the last american vagabond. I have a special guest joining me today. That i'm sure you're all excited to be seeing again. Whitney web here to talk about a lot of stuff that we have been seeing over the process of the evolution of the covid illusion of cyber attacks of ran a seemingly false flag anthrax rand paul discussions popping up. I mean there's so many things that we could talk about today. That whitney web has to a large degree. Cold said would happen called crazy. You know the whole rigmarole that we all go through today. We're going to go through and talk about all this stuff as well as a lot of other things as we do have a good conversation about. What's going on today so whitney web. It's great to have you back. How are you doing well Much better than i was for sure. So hopefully you'll be seeing more of me from now on on certainly hope that to be the case so old great great. Good to hear what you know. It's just always good to make sure that we you know as i always say right. It's it's we gotta take care of ourselves first. That's the most important thing because if you're not healthy we're not healthy then. The work stopped happening. I definitely didn't do that. You know i was actually super burnout after my empty epstein series all the spin offs from that at the end of twenty nineteen. And you know then cogan happened. I was like. I have to keep going. You know so. It's pretty much You know how it's been until i Kind of stop sleeping last year. In now i really just have the take care of myself. You can only push yourself so far the thing is you know. I feel like my sacrifices in that sense in the sense of no personal time spending less time with my kid and stuff which is really unfortunate. You know hadn't had an impact you know. I definitely like have had some people that i didn't expect the follow my work reach out and say they're following some people a pretty big platforms So you know. That's pretty nice to know that it's getting out there. And people are seeing even reports. That i wrote you know last march in last january and stuff people have have recently discovered so to dr pointing out your work and saying you know you have called this back in the day. You know someone that doesn't have any real discernible connection to our circles but yet you know it's interesting to see and i was just gonna say as well as the the good the good guys but the bad guys darpa which is just very chilean and peter feels like dude and jack dorsey right like people falling me but i kind of you know. And he's fine. They might as well see what i have to say. Especially when i should on peter the'll i hope his number two guy passes that right up onto him so so you know The emperor himself can can look at me with scorn speech. Dang i speaks volumes. If i it says something it's interesting to you know at the very least that they're going to point to you and be like this person was crazy conspiracy theorist but they'll follow you. It's like okay that doesn't mind but to talk about that. Exactly a lot of them have actually avoided saying that about me..
"last january" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Enhanced parental control from G ve T. C. Will there be or will there not be a special commission set up to investigate the events on Capitol Hill last January? Vote is expected today. We'll get the very latest from San Antonio. First news National correspondent Michael Bauer coming up at 8 10, you might want to sit down for this one. Could not make this up. If I would. Well, let me think. No, I couldn't make this up if I wanted to. South African pastor reportedly farting on people's faces as a healing process to cure all spiritual and physical problems. Pastor Christ Penelope of seven Fold Holy Spirit Ministries in South Africa. Creating and buzz for his unorthodox method of healing people after a photo of him sitting on the heads of people apparently farting on them. Went viral. One attendee visiting the church said. Quote when we come to church is because we need prayers not to be farted on. Pastor Penelope defending his methods, insisting that he is simply demonstrating the power of God. I need to make note of that. So I can use that as an excuse Next go around, Dad. Did you just demonstrating the power of God? According to the pastor, Farting near the person's nostrils is important so that the healing power can enter the body to do its work. Amen. When they wake up from the deep sleep there. This is a quote from Pastor Penelope When they wake up from the deep sleep. They will tell you that they didn't feel anything. It's showing the power of God and those who needed healing are healed afterwards and others get to manifest at that moment. Remember when people try to tarnish your image. That is when he shows his glory as long as souls or one into the kingdom. He Who sits on the throne, laughs at his enemies. Surprisingly, there are people waiting up to two months got to get in and get farted on and it says here in this story Some are even collecting his farts in containers that I really want to know how to do. I would love the know how to catch my farts in a container and use them at my will. Oh, my God. Like they're fireflies or something. Really? I know that they're exactly I'm I know there are parts of this world that Aren't is educated his other parts of the world. But how in the world do you buy into that and what? Wait too much for it. I told you. I couldn't make that up if I wanted to. San Antonio First news national correspondent Michael Bauer coming up in 8 10. It's so on this Sirius XM Listen free event is happening now. Just press the set button in your car to hear over 100 channels, including ad free music of every kind, plus sports play by play.
"last january" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Care coordinator at the hospital. She worries Bill won't make it through the day. Oh, he begins to spell out the word mother. Your mother are you seeing her bill gently nods and closes his eyes when he leaves the room to call Bill's wife. She hopes she can arrange a short visit for the couple to say goodbye. Until recently. The hospital didn't allow family even at the end, and this really bothers Weber. Thank God. It's not what itwas but it's still horrible. The hospital just started allowing visitors for non covert patients for 6 to 8 months. It was AH hard, no They were not letting anyone in Kenneth Newton didn't get to say goodbye to his mom. He lives in Petaluma. His mom developed cancer while she was living in a nursing home in Tennessee. His mother was alone in a room as her health declined, who was delivered to them and someone to make sure she took her pills. Newton and his four siblings called regularly And then last January, they got the dreaded call back. His mom died at 92 without any family. My mom didn't die of covert but coded, not make my mom's You know, Last year's good she was by herself, and you know, I don't think this is how it's supposed to be. The family hasn't planned a memorial that hasn't felt safe to travel. Usually families grieve together. Instead, they're on the phone talking about their mom's estate. Yeah, the things that kind of make you feel worse. In some ways, you know the things that you feel guilty about. He doesn't want to talk about his mom's stuff. Newton wants closure and I could say goodbye. Yet we're supposed to cry with everyone around us, right? We're supposed to cry. Seeing heartbreak like Newton's over and over is why clinicians are starting to question the strict restrictions that kept families apart. At her hospital. Aaron Webber's job is to help families let go when the time comes, which is hard to do over a screen or the phone. I am sure we are going to be dealing with a lot of PTSD on so many different look levels between our our staff are patients who do survive. She worries about the patients who spent weeks and months alone. They may never heal from the emotional trauma of so much isolation during a very vulnerable time, and then the families the how traumatic it can be for them to have that loved one in the hospital. And the ups and downs of that, whether they survivor they don't survive. And then the health care workers, numerous studies show clinicians are suffering from PTSD, depression, anxiety or insomnia. Probate cases just started picking up again at Women's Hospital. This time, Haitians are younger, including people under 30 connected to ventilators. It's very heavy. I tell.
"last january" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"The tigers essentially fall into three categories in terms of making a living especially within finance photography. Which is my world redeem the keech born rich or they work with properties. And so i took the ladder path. At first i had a a construction company biden rehab the property in philadelphia a place in columbia and the rent from those properties under writes some of my decision making in terms of teaching. So i take jobs interested in and the money helps but not completely dependent on it and i do some editorial work not very much if somebody calls me happy to do it but i don't tend to seek it out very much at you living. Currently i'm currently in mexico city. I expect most of the last decade in columbia and i came here last january with the idea of establishing kind of a second beachhead latin america. This is along with In some follow. One of the big centers of mountain america so i work opportunities. Great community great resources great institutions and eighteen is a great city. But it's quite small in all of those terms and after ten years air professionally a good moment for a change but without has a much more lively photography world and much more infrastructure but for change and cumulus january began investigating ideas of work and then the pandemic it and been here since and in some ways. It's kind of just extended the process of integrating myself here in figuring out of it's gonna work or not but it's been a good place to be in the meantime. Hurry one of the things. When i look through your cv one of the things that and quite honestly this is probably how i found you in. The first place is the doing being a juror You've been a looks through your cv on a number of different being quote unquote like a juror nominated basically the the the gatekeeper for the ability to like win. Awards or or receive a competitions or grants. I would assume it looks like some of them are grants I'm fascinated with that whole process I've been on the jerry's but all my things i've been. Juries on are nothing nobody would know but the ones you're on are pretty big So how did you even get on a dj these churches first of all like who contacted you. How why and then walk me a little bit of the process. Choose any one of them. Tell me a little bit about the process of being juror. yes. I had a moment where i switched over little bit. I mean a photographer first and foremost than work on projects..
"last january" Discussed on VUX World
"We go boom. Just like the click will live. I think we're live. I'm just checking. But i think so. How are we doing. Everybody do a great welcome to a very frost. Cover nashville over here in tennessee. Today's wild. Wow wow what's it like in paris. It's actually it's in the in the fifties fahrenheit on all of that translates celsius bombings. and well. yeah it's been it's been. It's been raining all day. It was snowing for a little while so it was almost joining you in the frost and snow on kind of stuff. It's just tend to win now back to the typical uk february really which is good nice. Nice welcome appreciate you appreciate you joining us appreciate having you along for the ride on wednesday nashville as well. Pre- pretty hip. Kind of vibe. Over in nashville. It is music city. We've got all kinds of interesting stuff even right now. Sadly the if you go down there you're going to see bachelorette parties all over the place in hot tubs in the back of pickup trucks and all kinds of weird things so come on over as soon as you feel safe to do so. Wow but i missed. I missed out on that when my one and only chip to the us was in Last january over to chattanooga which is kind of in neighboring town. But it wasn't quite as many jobs in the back of limousines noah bus as it was pretty much conference rooms and talks and the ought pickle really i love is definitely a chiller vibe. You get kind of the appalachian culture rolled into more of a chic modern town. It's a great place. It's pretty you being a voice. Call you to put your voice few times you. Just you've been in nashville previously. Never been to a nashville. But yeah. I've heard that it's bachelorette capital of the us as what i've heard. It called a hint party right. Yeah hen piney.
"last january" Discussed on KCRW
"Dash X, says Chinese scientists look for Corona virus all over the market, especially on large furs in packages. It is good, but in search of what What they found were coronavirus on the packages of food and in a few cases inside the package, suggesting it was where the food was packed. But Dash X says no one knows exactly how the virus got into this book Packaging. Was it somebody who packed the frozen food? Somebody on the dock that received it was it in the seafood itself, He says The Chinese believe frozen shipments like this have caused several outbreaks in China in the past year. So now the W H o team is looking to see if that could also be the source of that very first outbreak last January at a seafood market in Wuhan. It was a secret market was definitely frozen, and she'll fade there. But there was a lot else going on as well. So all that's gonna get looked up in what they find, he says. Well, hopefully provide clues to the origin of SARS cov too. Now I know this all sounds a bit scary, and it goes against what scientists have been telling us for a few months. Now that you get covert from the air, and you don't need to wipe down food packages. So what gives Emanuel Goldman is a microbiologist at Rutgers, New Jersey Medical School. First off, he says the case is in China were linked to industrial shipments of frozen food shipments off Doc's. This is a specific environment, and one very different from those irregular consumer would be in This is not your individually packaged frozen food you find at the grocery store. They haven't had any reports of consumers even suspicion of consumers being infected by this route in second, even under these very specific conditions with industrial scale shipping, Goldman says transmission through this route is incredibly rare. So rare is to be Of negligible importance in the real world to most people, and so do you think this is something that like just could happen, But it's like you'd be more likely to win the lottery. That's that's a pretty good analogy. It's very unlikely that you would get anything coming from from food. This virus you we get by breathing. It's so Goldman says the original advice stands. You don't need to wipe down your frozen pizza box. Or wear gloves. When you go to buy frozen fish sticks, my clean Do Clough NPR news This'll is NPR news. It's 7 19 on KCRW. KCRW sponsors include Netflix, presenting Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. Now SAG, nominated for outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture and starring Golden Globe in SAG Nominees Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman awards eligible Public schools in many parts of California are looking at ways to safely reopened. Meanwhile, in Orange County, Florida, more than half of all public school students are back in class. Coming up, you'll hear from the district superintendent there about the challenges they faced and the lessons they've learned since reopening last summer. Support comes from Pacific Neuroscience.
"last january" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"Were having these exact same discussions. You had the same sets of people who didn't want to do stuff in people who didn't want to do stuff. The same dynamic is truly history repeating this with a different virus which also tells me that it will also pass in due time. We'll be out there this. Let me come. Random story like may remember two thousand two thousand and two or wherever tire life. I'm optimistic that given enough time. We'll get back to two things absolutely but but the people. I'm hoping that it's changed people's perceptions about disease and you know fire station about washing their hands and things in the teacher. Maybe if someone's feeling sick still wear a mask. You know I i will plan to all these cool mass around now. I'm not gonna just throw them on a trash five years now. I'm going to go out five years right five years you and i. I'm still gonna wear a mask. Actually that's not a bad boy. Rhythm pixels face masks stills all the better yeah albert too. I think those are lawn glove. Dhec tactile feel when i'm beaten butts video games need to be able to know what i'm doing. I'll just can't just have hand sanitizer when you're done split splashing my hands are taking a bath sitting in this crazy erkki. I know i was. I spent a lot of time. That arcade last january touching every button and that's conflict. Maybe that's yeah. That's all right shoes for the day of game all right. Let's let's bring it back home into the part of the show called the bonus round. Oh see what you. did there. Divide split gin rummy of duality of the bonus round the bonus replay covers and remixes on our theme and our theme is love and malice goes together. Like a horse and chalice there. It is so what she got for. Some reason i've been a huge k. Story kick as an. I want to revisit the game and play through this time. Yes caitriona most particularly science from the narrative itself. The last dungeon in final battle. The game are just phenomenal. The nominal end caps to a practice already solid. Of course lafayette had was never saw those things. Because you have to be very specific things to get there but this track. I came across. This is a artist. I want to be following from this point on. Because he's legit and the track is titled cave story last battle metal cover and.
"last january" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Extended suspension of President Biden's moratorium on deportations. Federal judges temporarily blocked the Biden administration's 100 Day pause and deportations, extending the suspension through February 23rd to give Texas at the White House more time to prepare cases. The judge also studying irreparable harm to Texas if an extension was not granted. States sued the federal government last month for the deportation pause that Texas attorney General Ken Paxton called unlawful and perilous. That would put Americans in danger and that violated existing agreements a pause the Biden administration calls necessary to make decisions on immigration and foreign policy. Jeff Manasso. Fox News U. N. Experts say North Korea has modernized its nuclear weapons and ballistic missile arsenals by flaunting United Nations sanctions using cyberattacks to help finance its arsenal. Panel says North Korea reportedly stole over $316 million in virtual assets from 2019 to November 2020 these U. N experts added. North Korea also continues to seek material and technology overseas for use in these programs. National Transportation Safety Board says the pilot flying the helicopter that was carrying Kobe Bryant and seven other passengers made several in flight missed a CSA's weather conditions worsened. And DSP Chairman Robert Sumwalt says Ara is O'Brien's desire to complete the flight last January led to bad decision making. Bye infrequently flew Bryant and his Children and was also killed. The Senate Judiciary Committee said of February 22nd confirmation hearing for Merrick Garland. President Biden's pick for attorney general Garland is a federal appeals court judge whom Republicans bypassed for a seat on the U. S. Supreme Court in 2016..
"last january" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Check of sports from around the world. Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks tag may interest United pulls even with Manchester City. It's not the Premier League table with a dominating nine. No win over shorthand to Southampton at Old Trafford as seven different Red Devils score for Manu, including Anthony Marshall, with the brace. Also in England. Arsenal seven match Legan Being Treat is over as a shorthanded gunner's fault Wolverhampton to the one that Molineaux as Davi Louise and parent Leno both or sent off red cards. Meanwhile, in Italy event this takes the first leg over into Milan 2 to 1 to send zero in a Coop Italia semifinal match as Christian or now those scores both goals in the first half Second leg will be held at the Elian Stadium on February. 9th Finally in Germany Brush a doorman outlast SC patter born 3 to 2 in extra time as airline Harlan scores the winner in the 95th minute buyer level Crewson is done by fourth year Rhodes Vice s and 2 to 1. Roger Federer telling us with radio station that he hopes to make his return to the court at the Dojo Open starting on March. 8 20 time Grand Slam winner has not played since last January, the Australian Open due to having two knee surgeries. The end being the players union are heading toward an agreement to hold an All Star game on March 7th in Atlanta event will only be for a single day with skills competitions as well as a game later in the evening. Finally, the Los Angeles Angels suspending pitching coach Mickey Callaway After an article in the athletic reported that five women in sports media claims that the former New York Mets manager acted inappropriately towards them on Dan Sportsmen that your Bloomberg World sports outdated Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg, calm the Bloomberg business APP and and Bloomberg Quick Take. This is a Bloomberg business Flash and I'm.
"last january" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"last january" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo
"There was nobody in our sphere in this community. Who is doing the kind of kiss. She's really into like or movies and creepy stuff and like a year round halloween kind of person s and so. There's nobody who's doing stuff like that. It was all very like nor more traditional and a lot of it. Geared exclusively towards men or they'd occasionally put out like a single female fragrance. That's kind of like the the pink air fifteen and Doesn't have the same like it's not the same. It's just yeah. I don't care it's just not so but there's really not a market for people like any company tried to just make shaving products for women in in this artisan community has completely failed. There's really not enough participation for its work so we kind of kept it like gender-neutral flash Feminine ish early on but even the stuff that we have made honestly like the stuff that we have made. That was like okay. This is for women and it has a companion piece that is for men. People like men loved that they knew it was for women and so it it really has no meaning anymore as far as like the sense for genders It's been completely like out of glitter. It doesn't even matter anymore. So but yeah i mean it kept it kept going and she you know got better and better at it more and more popular than once. Things were doing well enough. We started getting contacted by businesses that are interested in carrying it house and now i think we have like six or seven of them businesses around around the world. Now oh my gosh congratulations. Yeah so it's it's been going really great. She last year last january. I think so twenty. Nineteen she's able to quit her job and do fulltime so how. That's so awesome. Congratulations to you both so cool. Well okay so yes i guess. That's that's our relationship with sobriety. I'm gonna have to have you back on to talk about. We'll probably you an her to talk about both the all the shaving stuff. Yeah yeah i mean you you could Or i think you should definitely have her on for something by herself. Where shall see yes. She's going to have to talk about the vegetarian his yet like i said i tried for like a week and i ended up being hospitalized because i was like i was in nemec and i and there were like that. You can't do that anymore But i probably did it wrong. So that's neither here nor there But yeah you yes. She's going to have to come on and talk about her vegetarian thing. Which is awesome. Maybe you can give me tips and then you both need to come on and talk about the shaving style. Yeah all this business. Because that's so cool. Oh yeah it's it's honestly. I mean it's weird right. I never thought at any point. In my life that i would be like a well known maker of shaving goods and it is weird. I understand that it's weird but like for hobby out there. There are like of people that do this sort of thing and autumn. Earn a living doing it then. So it's like there's you know there's people that are like oh really wanna make extra money i wanna get a side hustle or whatever and they feel like they go about it the wrong way because like there. I don't know i could go on about this river. but there are people. Try to break into markets that they have no business being in because they don't have passion for it like their passion is making money and that really is a stupid reason to get into something like that. In my opinion you know you your passion about making money than like wall street. Don't.
"last january" Discussed on Exponential Podcast
"Us really good. That's really good. Here's another question is asking us. He says hey. What would you say to passes a rural churches that believe in multiplication principles but only see examples some urban centers. How does this translate to areas of lower population. You know. I became aware last january. I was in texas with a group of of pastors of churches and very small towns and they've cracked the code Usually it has something to do with distance. One things that they said is small. Towns tend to be mono-ethnic so you're not gonna reach a different people groups but yard in reach people from small towns Some distance away. They're driving your church and to begin to target those people there who have leadership ability and go. How could we multiply churches from where we're at. I think it's very doable. I think it's gonna take some people like this. Who are thinking about this to go ahead and experiment with a little bit and You can you can read something in an urban context and then extrapolate from it and make it work where you live But then. I think it's on you and i'm get a little plug in i. I've written a couple books. I wrote a book called your book as your business card which is kind of a thing about taking the your principles your your values your vision your mission your assignment and putting in book form so that people who follow you can clearly understand what you're doing and an arena called. you could write for amazon. I think the guy in the in the rural situation in the world we live in now with technology Play with it experiment. Learn from it in right about it and publish it. In the fall you ever do is published a book and give it to twenty of your france is you can put it on amazon for free as a paperback book doesn't cost you a nickel and just by bunch of give them to your friends just have influence the whole were the i mean this whole thing. Just everything about making disciples and proclaiming. The gospel is about the word influence and Take advantage of whatever. Tools are there to influence people and one of the things i found..