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"levine" Discussed on Bloomberg Crypto

Bloomberg Crypto

05:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"levine" Discussed on Bloomberg Crypto

"All of this is incredibly costly. Miners need special hardware to do all of these hashing calculations over and over again. And these days run huge farms of always on computers. Mining Bitcoin uses as much electricity as various medium sized countries. This is not great for the environment. The most famous description of Bitcoin attributed to a Twitter poster might be imagine if keeping your car idling 24/7 produced solved Sudoku, you could trade for heroin. And it is in some sense purely wasteful. People sometimes say Bitcoin miners are like solving difficult math problems to do their mining. But they aren't really. They're brute force guessing quintillions of numbers per second to try to get the right hash. No math problems are being solved, and nothing is added to the world's knowledge by those quintillions of guesses. But the miners are solving an important problem for Bitcoin, which is the problem of keeping its network and its ledger of transactions secure. Its demonstrably costly to confirm Bitcoin transactions, so it's hard to fake, hard to run a civil attack. That's why satoshi, and everyone else calls this method of confirming transactions, proof of work. If you produce the right hash for a block, it proves you did a lot of costly computer work. You wouldn't do that lightly. Proof of work mining is a mechanism for creating consensus among people with an economic stake in a system, without knowing anything else about them. You'd never mind Bitcoin if you didn't want Bitcoin to be valuable. If you're a Bitcoin miner, you're invested in Bitcoin in some way. You've bought computers and paid for electricity and made an expensive, exhausting bet on Bitcoin. You have proven that you care. So you get a say and verifying the Bitcoin ledger. And you get paid, you get paid Bitcoin, which gives you even more of a stake in the system. These Bitcoin come out of nowhere. They're generated by this mining. By the core Bitcoin software. In fact, all Bitcoin are generated by mining. There was never an initial allocation of Bitcoin to Satoshi Nakamoto or to early investors or anyone else. This is the answer to the question of where Bitcoin come from. They were all mined. Originally, the mining reward, which is set by the software, was 50 Bitcoin per block. Currently, it's 6.25 Bitcoin. One important point about these mining rewards is that they cost Bitcoin users, money. Every block, roughly every ten minutes, 6.25 new Bitcoin are produced out of nowhere and paid to miners for providing security to the network. That works out to more than $6 billion per year, that is 6.25 Bitcoin every ten minutes, or 37.5 per hour, or 900 per day multiplied by 365 days a year, multiplied by the price of Bitcoin. This cost is indirect. It is a form of inflation, and as the supply of Bitcoin grows, each coin in theory becomes worth a little less. All else being equal. Famously, though, there will only ever be 21 million Bitcoin. It's written into the code. So what happens when that limit is reached? What incentive could minors have to keep the Bitcoin network running? Transaction fees. The Bitcoin code also lets miners collect a slice of each transaction, and this will become the only method for rewarding them once the last coin is mined. Current estimates are that this won't happen until 21 40. Right now, the Bitcoin network is paying around 1.5% of its value per year to minors. That's lower than the inflation rate of the U.S. dollar. Still, it's worth noting. Every year, the miners who keep the Bitcoin system secure capture a small but meaningful chunk of the total value of Bitcoin. Bitcoin users get something for that $6 billion. Security and decentralization. If you can make a lot of money mining Bitcoin, a lot of people will want to mine Bitcoin. This will make it harder for one person to accumulate most of the mining power in Bitcoin. If one person or group got a majority of the mining power, they could do bad things. They could mine a bad block, double spending coins, reversing recent transactions, et cetera. This is called a 51% attack. When there are billions of dollars up for grabs for miners, people will invest a lot of money in mining, and it will be expensive to compete with them. And if you invested billions of dollars to accumulate a majority of the mining power in Bitcoin, you would probably care a lot about maintaining the value of Bitcoin. And so you'd be unlikely to use your powers for evil. Thank you, Mark Levine, and thank you Mark laid off. As a reminder, if you're looking for these episodes in the crypto feed, we'll be publishing them every Sunday through December 18th. If you'd like to read this issue in print form, you can head on over to Bloomberg dot com slash the crypto story. This is Bloomberg crypto, a daily podcast from Bloomberg and iHeartRadio. For more shows from iHeartRadio, visit the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Send us your comments, questions or suggestions for the show to crypto at Bloomberg dot net, or find us on Twitter, we're at crypto. The supervising producer of Bloomberg crypto is Vicki ver Galena. Our senior producer is Janet Babin, our producers are Muhammad Farouk and Sharon barrero. Our associate producers are Thai butler and Moses on them. Is our engineer. Original music by Leo sidron. I'm Stacy Maria schmo,

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LaVine has 20 in 4th, Bulls beat Nets in 1st game after Nash

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

LaVine has 20 in 4th, Bulls beat Nets in 1st game after Nash

"Zach lavine scored 20 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter leading the bulls to a one O 8 9 9 victory over the nets following a dramatic day in Brooklyn Levine played a key part in the 15 to two run in the fourth to gain control of the game for Chicago demar Derozan added 20 points of his own in the win The nets let go of head coach Steve Nash earlier in the day Nash had entered his third year with Brooklyn and Kevin Durant who finished the game with 32 points said he was shocked by the move You always show up and move like this happens but it's normal when NBA you know so it's about getting ready for the game and tonight The bulls move to four and four on the season while the nets fell to two and 6 Krishna Arnold New York

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"levine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:47 min | 3 weeks ago

"levine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Asked our Matt Levine to write something on crypto. Yeah, apparently one of his editors did, and it took him about a week to come up with something pretty amazing. So most people would write an article link think piece. Yeah, but what is about Levin do? I mean, he's mount Levine right. And the Bloomberg opinion columnist, pretty much, he goes ahead and pretty much writes a book at home. You could almost call it. And it becomes the entire edition of business week. Matt Levine's big take on crypto. And here's Levine, bearing his soul about what he wrote with Bloomberg's Katie greifeld and Tim steinbeck. Let's listen in. You know, the financial system is really big and it supports a lot of real economic activity. And I think there are many places where it is inefficient. And some places where it is dangerous and has a recent history of causing catastrophes. And if you improve those places by 5%, that would be like a really meaningful contribution to the world. I think that most fair observers would say there are some real advantages to the crypto system in terms of. Particularly sort of like speed of innovation and then there's some real disadvantages in terms of often speed of innovation. I'm like the ability to exploit things and also like the sort of permissionless of crypto makes it a little bit more attractive to anonymous possibly criminal actors, right? But so there's no problems, but if you think that it's a better way to run a financial system, like having a better way to run a financial system is really valuable with a giant financial system. I guess that's my question. That seems like a pretty respectable feat. We made the system more. It hasn't happened yet. I think that people in crypto would say the way that we trade crypto is way better than the way that we trade stocks in terms of anyone can access the same exchanges. There's like less of a divide between institutional and retail traders. If you want to build something, if you want to write a new derivative contract, it's sort of like a flatter hierarchy where you don't have to sign up and do it with JPMorgan. And. Everything just sort of works and settles a bit faster. So I think that people are real sort of gung Ho about they have built. Has it ingested the lawn market or the stock market? Not yet. Really? And I say, there is in 2017, a real Vogue for banks to say, we're going to move loan trade into the blockchain. And I'm like, you don't hear that anymore. Not because they did it, you know? It was a lot of the bank blockchain projects that turned out to be kind of vaporware or always appears in the future. So I wouldn't say it's happened yet, but I think that the crypto people would say that we have a good system for trading stuff and let's trade more stuff on that system and I think that they are having success in persuading some people in finance that in fact it's a good system to trade. For training. I was pretty fascinated with the idea that we live in a world where we kind of take trust for granted that when we open up our banking app. The money that we see in there is actually ours. Right. There's this tension, though, because crypto is trying to build up this kind of trust list system, where everything is verified. But at the same time, you do have a lot of well, I don't want to say a lot, but you do have a handful of bad actors out there who have gone away with, at this point, taking a lot of people's money. It's more than a handful. More than a handful. A lot of crimes. It's weird. There's so much bad stuff happening in a place that's supposed to be more trustworthy than the traditional system. Isn't it? Yeah, I mean this is another thing I talk about a lot. I mean, I think that one thing I would say is that in traditional finance, you trust that your money is in your bank account. And I could probably do it the sort of mechanisms by which that trust is like fair. It was reasonable to trust that the money in your bank account will be there. But I'm not sure that everyone could, because it's a thing that you can kind of take for granted, where you can say, the banks just give me my money. And it's just empirically trust reliable enough that you just go around trusting it. And in some sense, what you're trusting is not the bank, but the background rules of society. You sort of expect the rule of law to work. You expect the government to do its job. You expect people to try to comply with the law. You expect there to be laws that say the bank has to give you your money. You're not even check these things off of checklist. You just kind of go around trusting these things. In crypto, there's two different aspects to it. One is that you could verify everything. Or not everything. But there are large swaths of crypto where everything is kind of verifiable. Where there are open-source algorithms and verifiable proofs of things. And you can prove that your bitcoins belong to you on the blockchain. And most people don't do that just the way most people don't read the banking regulations before putting their money in the bank. But there is a notion that all of those proofs are openly available to everyone in a way that isn't really true of traditional banking. We're like in traditional banking. At some level, what you're trusting is that a bank examiner has gone into your bank and made sure that the money or the auditor has audited the financial statements. In crypto, everything can be verified by you. You don't do it because that would take forever, but you trust the system in a different way. You trust the system in

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Woke Schools Are Trying to Propagandize Parents as Well as Students

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:43 min | Last month

Woke Schools Are Trying to Propagandize Parents as Well as Students

"We've heard about woke indoctrination of students, particularly in well in public schools, but also in elite private schools. But Jonathan, well, John Levine's article in the New York Post, very interesting because it focuses on walk indoctrination of private school parents. So it turns out that these schools are nervous because sometimes when the parents find out what the kids are being taught in terms of indoctrination, the parents go, wait a minute, why are you doing this? So the school is like, let's head that off at the pass by bringing the parents into the walk indoctrination system from the beginning. Wow. So this is just tentacles of the school reaching beyond the school itself and trying basically to cajole, perhaps persuade, but in some cases, intimidate and club, parents into submission to the so called diversity agenda. John Levine's article focuses on 5 elite schools that are doing this. Now at the rarely school, which is an all girls school on the upper east side of New York, parents have to sign a pledge basically saying they're committed to diversity. And so once the daughters are accepted, the school, the school basically says in order to sign up here, we need to have a buy in to diversity and inclusion and so called anti racism, DEI, we need to have that from the student and the parents. We're going to be having workshops all year for the students and the parents. And everybody has to sign on to quote identifying and eliminating policies practices and beliefs that uphold racial inequality in our community.

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How Spencer Levine's Game Has Changed With Age

Fore The People

02:20 min | Last month

How Spencer Levine's Game Has Changed With Age

"What I was most impressed with, Steen. Like you're almost 40 years old, okay? And you're going up against these guys. And I mean, I've played a million rounds a few. We hit the same, I am. I am out here by 50 yards by a lot of these guys. Like Paul bars and Paul barjon plays at my club here. And we played together. He's 50 yards by me. And he's right. And he lost his card on the PGA Tour this year. These guys are hitting it 50 by me. I know they're hitting it 50 by you. You had no problem being too back on Saturday. No problem. If you would have made a few more putts, you probably would have been right there on Sunday. But like, yeah, that's a thing. When you get to be almost 40 years old, like you are, and you know you're going to get out driven. You just have to, at some point, you have to middle game these guys. And that's something in your career. Same as me, and we've struggled with, right? Middle game is mental game has been tough because we're so hard on ourselves. You're the same way as me, we're just fucking get mad and whatever. Sure. But how have you chilled out? Like, how have you settled down in your later years? Well, you know, like this week, I think this week in a way, it was just a one week thing, so it was like, you know, or obviously I wanted to be more than that once you get in, you're playing good, you start thinking ahead, like, well, if I can do this, you know, you can go here there, obviously. But since it was a one week thing and you're kind of thinking of it more, I don't know, I felt like more of like, I don't want to say vacation, but I was just like grateful. You know what I'm saying? So that was kind of the mindset for the week. It's not like you've been on the road for 8 weeks, you know, missed a couple cuts, and you're getting bitter. It was like, okay, I got my time to play. So I had a good attitude all week, which was cool. And yeah, with the driving distance dude, yeah, these guys vomit, but dude, I looked at my stats, they're pretty good. I was in the top ten in strokes gained off the tee overall, which was pretty good. I saw I was number one in fairways hit, and then like middle of the pack distance, but like, so I was top ten combined, which is pretty good. You know what I mean? It's not like I was short and then I think the first two days I was number one in green's hit too as well. So like I just hit it really good last week,

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"levine" Discussed on Fore The People

Fore The People

05:25 min | Last month

"levine" Discussed on Fore The People

"Melon hats are totally nails here. They are awesome. Our melon hats a little more expensive yes they are, they're expensive because they are the best. You get 20% off their sweat proof, the bills hold their shape. They're amazing. So they're great. Petey, are you gonna rock a melon hat when you lose on all your fix this weekend? That in college football or what? I don't know, I might lose too much money and I can't afford a melon hat anymore, but that's for we come in. 20% off. FTP for 20% off on all melon hats. You can go to Emilia and dot com slash FTP use code FTP for 20% off your boys at FTP hooking you up. Yeah, so Steen here, I played of my 6 years ish playing on the PGA Tour, I probably played 80 percent of my practice rounds with Spencer Levine. We read it houses together. We freaking ate together. It was one of those deals. We freaking live together for 5 or 6 years. I love Spencer Levine. He was at my wedding in my wedding party, still has my tuxedo. Still, as my tuxedo, the guy came from Sacramento, California, the Dallas Fort Worth international, okay? In a T-shirt and gym shorts. And then showed up. There he is. He's back at home. Look at my baby, look at my little girl. She's cute. She's so pretty. She's so pretty. Dude, what do you guys do? I'm telling the story of you having my tuxedo from my wedding right now. I still have it. Dude, it's still in the closet in Scottsdale. He might be, he might wear it tonight, just to chill. What did I miss you guys? What were you guys talking about? We were just talking about you are now we're done. We hung up. Oh, well, thank you. Thanks guys. We were kidding. Lying to everybody. We were kidding. Actually, actually, what we need. What we need is a full scenario on these golf clubs, dude. We need a total breakdown on driver through putter. I played, I have played thousands of golf holes with you. Thousands. Yes. Like, we have played thousands of holes together. And I haven't seen any of those clubs. Ever, like, I gotta know what's going on. Dude, you don't remember, well, I think I probably had the 5 wood and the three wood, but I'm trying to think, dude, last year we were playing, I switched to Callaway, so maybe I didn't have those, but the three went in the 5 letter hella old, dude. Those are like, I had those in and out of the bag for like ten years anyway. And then

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Putting Is a Confidence Game

Fore The People

00:45 sec | Last month

Putting Is a Confidence Game

"Putting is like 90 something percent confidence. Like if you feel good, if you feel like you're holding something and putting well with it, like, you're going to put well, right? You can have like the Taj Mahal of circle T Scotty Cameron's that's forged out of like baby leopard seal, whatever, but if it doesn't look good in your hands or feel good, it's probably not gonna work. Like if it feels good, I think a chance you put good with it. And I think the 99 point now, I think when you said 90 something, I think you meant 99.99999% confidence, I think is what you need for sure. Is you guys have seen a dude in like pro ams or if you play with chops, dude, you've seen chops with the worst strokes ever puck good sometimes. You're like, how do you do that? So it just kind of shows you how mental it is, you know?

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Spencer Levine Is Back

Fore The People

00:48 sec | Last month

Spencer Levine Is Back

"Guess what we have this week. Guess what we have for you this week. We have Spencer Levine, stain. Our boy Steen is back on for the people. I think he was our like third or fourth co host back when we started for the people. Last year, Steen is back. Big news on Steen Steen Monday qualified for Vegas this week. He had actually scared him scared him pretty good on Saturday. It was scaring him pretty good for a minute on Saturday, ended up about 40th, but hell of a week for our guy. Hell of a week. Monday qualified made the cut. Played played really well. Proved he can still play with the guys that are flying at three 50. Steen is driving back from Las Vegas right now on the road back to sack town USA. Welcome backstage.

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"levine" Discussed on Fore The People

Fore The People

01:38 min | Last month

"levine" Discussed on Fore The People

"We can get into a bunch of shit because you're not on social media, but like the people love you. I've told you this before. Especially especially we'll get to the happy Gilmore putting scenario at some point 'cause obviously you came in hot, you said you win your old man's garage and you saw this thing and it was dialed or whatever, but first of all, man. Like the Monday queue or whatever, like I saw that and I texted you once I saw you were in or whatever because I know how that shit can go. You can end up in a playoff out of nowhere, but what were the emotions going through? When was the last tour event you played? What were the emotions going through just getting into the Monday queue? I think last time I was in Vegas, you maybe made it to Vegas that time. A couple of years ago, but how are you feeling? Yeah, that was the last tour event I played due to a couple of years ago in Vegas. So yeah, it was nice, man. I went in there, you know, this Monday with not a whole lot of expectations. I mean, I've been playing well at home, but hadn't been planning a competition, but yeah, I just had a good day, dude. I hit it well, and was able to make a few putts and that course is, you know, one of those courses where, you know, you see the scores are pretty damn low. So if you're driving it good there, just kind of like at the actual tournament course, you're gonna have a lot of scoring opportunities. So I drove it really good in the Monday and then I shot a low score and made some putts and I was waiting around. I was in the morning, so like you said, I kind of figured I'd be in a playoff and then it kind of felt like a bonus not to have to play off, so. Honestly, dude, I just felt I was just happy bro I was just happy to be in a tournament. I had a lot of my buddies came out. My dad came out to watch the tournament, so it was just a fun week, man. It felt like the old days it really did. It was a good time. The whole week. I couldn't ask for much more. It was great.

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Spencer Levine on Making His First Cut in Nearly Five Years at the Shriners Children's Open

Fore The People

01:38 min | Last month

Spencer Levine on Making His First Cut in Nearly Five Years at the Shriners Children's Open

"We can get into a bunch of shit because you're not on social media, but like the people love you. I've told you this before. Especially especially we'll get to the happy Gilmore putting scenario at some point 'cause obviously you came in hot, you said you win your old man's garage and you saw this thing and it was dialed or whatever, but first of all, man. Like the Monday queue or whatever, like I saw that and I texted you once I saw you were in or whatever because I know how that shit can go. You can end up in a playoff out of nowhere, but what were the emotions going through? When was the last tour event you played? What were the emotions going through just getting into the Monday queue? I think last time I was in Vegas, you maybe made it to Vegas that time. A couple of years ago, but how are you feeling? Yeah, that was the last tour event I played due to a couple of years ago in Vegas. So yeah, it was nice, man. I went in there, you know, this Monday with not a whole lot of expectations. I mean, I've been playing well at home, but hadn't been planning a competition, but yeah, I just had a good day, dude. I hit it well, and was able to make a few putts and that course is, you know, one of those courses where, you know, you see the scores are pretty damn low. So if you're driving it good there, just kind of like at the actual tournament course, you're gonna have a lot of scoring opportunities. So I drove it really good in the Monday and then I shot a low score and made some putts and I was waiting around. I was in the morning, so like you said, I kind of figured I'd be in a playoff and then it kind of felt like a bonus not to have to play off, so. Honestly, dude, I just felt I was just happy bro I was just happy to be in a tournament. I had a lot of my buddies came out. My dad came out to watch the tournament, so it was just a fun week, man. It felt like the old days it really did. It was a good time. The whole week. I couldn't ask for much more. It was great.

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Meghan and Harry Fear the Bling Ring

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:02 min | Last month

Meghan and Harry Fear the Bling Ring

"Yeah, crime is up everywhere, man. Meghan Markle and prince Harry are scared. And their neighborhood. They're leaving their $14 million montecito home. There's no crime in montecito. There's not even flower boxes that get pushed over. So they have their sights on that. I'm very exclusive California private community called hope branch. People say the couple have, well, their current sprawling home doesn't properly accommodate them. Because they're a family of four. I don't know what that means it's too big or too small, but nothing I'm on aceto small, hope ranch is a suburb of Santa Barbara, California. Very affluent community, a lot of equestrians there. There's a nearby country club, there's a tennis court, a golf club, almost 30 miles of horse track riding trails, because all the 10% of the community owned horses there. The room while they're moving, this is the rumor. There was a news story that came out that there's a bling ring type of style, you know, out of area, death gang. And apparently they heard through the Grapevine that they had the Dutch and the duke and duchess montecito neighborhood on their hit list. Yeah, I mean, it's a great place to go Robin. It's got money everywhere. I mean, Adam Levine's out there, Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Ellen DeGeneres. Yeah. Make a lot of money out there with a bling ring. And I don't want to see these two git hurt, but I wouldn't mind finding out they got robbed. Like a Kim Kardashian Paris style robbery. Megan Markle needs that. There's always something that's hard on them. The family was harder than the queen was hard. They want their privacy. Her stupid podcast, his complete befuddled face everywhere.

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Did Adam Levine Have an Affair With an Instagram Model?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:32 min | 2 months ago

Did Adam Levine Have an Affair With an Instagram Model?

"Top story today has to be that the maroon 5 lead singer, Adam Levine. He might find himself marooned from his marriage to supermodel, but had he pins low to very juicy story and it doesn't take much to see just how smarmy this guy Adam Levine truly is. And once again, my gut, my Spidey sense has always told me about this guy. And I'm right. I'm right. I wish I could print the whole newspaper one day about what my gut tells me. It'd be a lot more accurate than the newspapers you read now. A lot more honest and truthful. I'll tell you that right now. So here's what's unfolded the last day or so. Monday night, I'm on TikTok. I know. Don't laugh. Sometimes there are good leads on that stupid Chinese owned app. That's not so secretly spying on us. Once you get past the goofy dance routines and stuff, you find some people who like to drop dimes on people. Very interesting. So I'm watching TikTok. This very cute, but obviously cosmetically enhanced or cosmetically injected Instagram model. Sorry, didn't shut my phone off. This very cute but obviously cosmetically injected Instagram model comes on to show proof that she's had some sort of sexual relationship with Adam Lee a few years ago and it lasted for about a year, she said. Her name is summer stroke, very striking young woman. Let's just put it that way. Looks a lot like the Instagram models you see nowadays. These are girls that, you know, just I'm not quite models that would get work all over the world, maybe catalog work, what have you, they're not going to do runway work, but still they're very attractive until you get them speak. So her name is Sumner stroh, and she laid it all out. And her timing was obviously very well planned because she came forward just a few days after Adam Levine's wife announced the third pregnancy.

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Remembering Kenneth Starr on 'Life, Liberty & Levin'

Mark Levin

01:24 min | 2 months ago

Remembering Kenneth Starr on 'Life, Liberty & Levin'

"Here he was on life liberty and Levine just a few months ago cut 23 go Welcome back America our first guest really needs no introduction but I'll give him one anyway as judge Ken Starr he was a judge from the D.C. Court of Appeals He was solicitor general of the United States independent counsel one of the great legal minds in the country judge star I have a question here Have you ever seen anything like this in your life with a leak first draft with a political party encouraging protests at the homes of justices with at least early on the Department of Justice taking literally no steps to protect these justices What do you make of this No it's been one outrageous thing after another The leak itself was as chief justice Roberts said in his written statement an egregious breach we all know that And I have frankly been very disappointed that there hasn't been anonymity in the condemnation of the leak as opposed to simply ignoring it And then yes the protests outside the different homes but especially justice Alito's home is really another outrage and one that just cries out for the government to use for the federal government to use its enforcement power You identified the law It's a criminal law It's been on the books for a long time and it should be enforced It should be faithfully enforced

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Libby Emmons Shares a Development in the Transgender War on Children

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 2 months ago

Libby Emmons Shares a Development in the Transgender War on Children

"We have an expert here to help us unpack this. Libby emmons from the wonderful website, the post millennial joins us right now, Libby, welcome back to the program. Thanks so much, Charlie. So Libby, walk us through this story and tell our audience the significance of them changing their guidelines. So W path, world professional association for transgender health is coming up with they have some new guidelines. They are set to release them pretty soon. They're having a big conference up in Montreal, the weekend after this one. With doctor Rachel Levine as a keynote speaker, I'm sure that's very exciting for everyone. So the new standards of care standards of care 8 will be coming out. And they do, as you say, lower the age guidelines for some of these very invasive gender transitions for kids, medicalized gender transitions for kids. There is a lowering of the recommended age for young girls to get double mastectomies of their healthy breasts in order to make them appear more male, that age goes down to 14. The age for hysterectomies and vaginoplasties goes down to 17. And as you say, yes, children's hospitals across the country, many across the world use these standards of care that wpath puts out to guide their practices in performing surgeries and giving these kinds of drugs to kids.

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The Power of Levin Programming: You Heard It Here First

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 3 months ago

The Power of Levin Programming: You Heard It Here First

"By the way as a footnote I did a show on China as you know last Sunday From beginning to end I talked about the Panama Canal among other places Others are now finally talking about what's going on in our hemisphere with communist China They want to put 29 ports here and they're trying to get contracts to run both sides of the Panama Canal among other things And now there's pressure being placed on Panama Panama not to allow it This is the power of this program whether it's on Fox or Levin TV and this is the power of this radio show You're hearing and you know because you listen you're Levine's more and more people repeating what we've been talking about here for days For days about how this is was a phony warrant to get them in the door in the back door Because most of the people commenting on this didn't know anything about it No comprehension Just as I said just now We don't have the foggy S idea of former president's former vice president former attorneys general Former staffers all these people and others have taken presidential records or not presidential federal records home have taken classified records home because their homes have not been searched We don't have the foggiest idea

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How Can Parents Push Back Against Chemical Castration Drugs?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 3 months ago

How Can Parents Push Back Against Chemical Castration Drugs?

"We as parents push back if our kids go to government schools on our kids possibly getting chemical castration drugs? I'm very worried about this. Thanks so much. This is something that's a huge problem. And it's happening more and more. Biden assistant secretary for health, Levine, said that we need to empower kids to go on puberty blockers. So let me be very clear. If America had a any ounce of sanity, Richard Levine would be court martialed and arrested and have to post bail for saying something like this. In fact, I believe Richard Levine should be arrested. For the widespread promotion of child abuse for saying this, play cut 64. So we really want to debase our treatment and to affirm and to support an empower these youth not to limit their participation in activities and sports. And even a limit their ability to get gender affirmation treatment in their state. How is that how is that any different than someone saying on television? We need to have young kids on cocaine and heroin. How is that any different? You are pushing life altering chemical castration drugs that show to increase depression, suicide rates, self harm, social isolation, outside of parental guidance and support. The direct quote is we need to empower kids to go on puberty blockers and get sexual reassignment surgery. You know the only community that really likes that pharmaceutical companies because that's a gold mine of the therapists, not doing therapy. They're doing affirmation therapy, which is the opposite of therapy, and kicking it on over to kids. Here is a bunch of drugs. Here's a bunch of chemicals. Yeah, you might want to kill yourself, be super depressed and anxious. Don't worry, we have Xanax benzodiazepines, and we have all these other drugs for you. But that comes later. It's a massive pharmaceutical cocktail that gets controlled by Pfizer estrogenic and Moderna and all the others.

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Founding Father James Madison Sidelined by Woke History in His Home

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 4 months ago

Founding Father James Madison Sidelined by Woke History in His Home

"Mary Kay lynch and John Levine reporting in the near post founding father James Madison's sidelined by woke history in his own home The globalists built excuse me The globus billionaire who funded the woke transformation Of Thomas Jefferson Monticello paid for a similar overhaul of James Madison's house With the author of the U.S. Constitution has been shoved into a supporting role while slavery and racism takes center stage No American flags fly up on Pierre Madison's plantation home and roll Virginia And not a single display focuses on the life and accomplishment of America's foremost political philosopher Who created our three branch federal system of government wrote the Bill of Rights and the federalist papers and served two terms as president Instead blindsided tourists are hammered by high-tech exhibits about Madison slaves and current racial conflicts Thanks to a $10 million grant from left leaning philanthropist David M Rubenstein Now remember this guy gave 20 million to Monticello Quote I was kind of thinking we'd be hearing more about the constitution one baffled dad said When the New York Post visited the president's home this week but everything he's really about a slavery It's been inspirational I guess shrugged John from Wisconsin after taking the $35 guided tour Reviewers on social media had been more harsh they really missed the mark Greg Hancock of May say Arizona posted last week we left disappointed not learning not having learned more about the creation of the constitution

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The US Military Is Struggling to Meet Its 2022 Recruiting Goals

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 5 months ago

The US Military Is Struggling to Meet Its 2022 Recruiting Goals

"Is one of our great successes as a nation, strongest military ever to exist in the history of the world. NBC News. Every branch of the military is struggling to make its 2022 recruiting calls, officials say. With record low number of Americans eligible to serve, and few of those willing to do it, it's quote, is this the year, the question of sustainability of the all volunteer force. I wonder why. These people. It's an intentional destruction of the U.S. Military. That's what they've been doing. Every branch of the U.S. Military is struggling to meet its fiscal year 2022 recruiting goals. The official said The Pentagon top leaders are now scrambling for ways to find new recruits to fill out the ranks of the all volunteer force, defense secretary Lloyd Austin and deputy secretary Kathleen hicks consider the shortfall is serious issue. Yeah, maybe you should have thought of that before you wanted to mandate an experimental gene therapy and kick out active duty personnel, which Republicans did nothing to oppose. This is a start of a long drought for military recruiting, said retired general Thomas spore of the heritage foundation. He said the military has had not such a hard time signing recruits since 1973. Quote, 2022 is the year we questioned the sustainability of the all volunteer force. Now that NBC News article continues and they say, oh, it's because of the psychological trauma quote they think they're going to be physically or emotionally broken after serving. That's not why. I'll tell you why it's happening. Two things. They don't want to take in a vaccine against their will, and they don't want to serve under this. Put that on screen. Rachel Levine and the new LGBTQIA+ regime in our military and also people want to enlist in a military that plays to win Afghanistan was a humiliation. From Lloyd Austin and Mark milley.

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John Hinkley Jr. freed from court oversight after decades

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

John Hinkley Jr. freed from court oversight after decades

"The man who shot and wounded president Reagan in 1981 has been freed from court oversight After concluding decades of supervision by legal and mental health professionals John hinckley wrote on his Twitter account quote after 41 years two months and 15 days freedom at last The lifting of restrictions had been expected since last September When U.S. district judge Paul Friedman said he planned to free Hank Lee in June if he remained stable At that time hinckley's attorney Barry Levine said his client was doing well I think John has done exceedingly well over a long period of time This disease is in full remission He's done nothing dangerous Friedman says hinckley has shown no signs of active mental illness since the 1980s and his exhibited no violent behavior are interest in weapons Mike Hempen Washington

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"levine" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

02:54 min | 6 months ago

"levine" Discussed on Longform Podcast

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"levine" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

05:23 min | 6 months ago

"levine" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"I'm here with my co host on this program. Evan ratliff and max linsky. Hey Aaron, you guys, I'm in a very old house and there's a very creaky door. So if you hear that creaky door, it's not a ghost, you guys. It's not a ghost. There's a frozen image of max on the screen right now. He's in sort of a grandmother Lee bedroom. I would describe it. And he's going to be trapped there forever because he was lured into a sinister vortex. Somewhere in upstate New York. Are we turning this into one of those horror fiction podcasts? Yes. If there's one thing I've always wanted to do with my career, it's to get into horror podcasting. Who did you just do a normal long podcast with this week? I did a normal regular old long form podcast with someone whose work. I have very much consumed almost every day. Matt Levine, he is the author of the money stuff newsletter, which Bloomberg puts out. It's kind of like where I know everything I know about Wall Street and finance from. I've read it for many years. A lot of my friends read it, and I talk about it with them. We get into this interview, so I won't step on it here, but one of the things that is notable about this newsletter is that this newsletter is thousands of words long and comes out in the first part of the day every day. About news that has occurred often less than 24 hours ago. So I wanted to talk to Matt about the production of this newsletter, how you actually get something like that out and how you have the longevity to continue doing so every week for a decade. What a grind, man. What a grind. Much like we've been doing this show every week for almost a decade. And we only have to do like every third show. Yeah. Yeah, it's really, it's the soft weekly that we have going on here. We should also mention listeners who pay close attention will know that Evan has done not even an episode every three weeks for several months because he's been working on a podcast and it came out this week. It's called persona, the French deception, the last time I looked at the Apple podcast charts, I believe it was that number four. Wow. It's climbing those charts. People should go and listen to it. Go subscribe. I'll put it in the show notes. Could our audience be the ones who push it from number four to number one? I think they could. Tell a frat. People for years have been talking about what I like to call the long form bump and I think this is, I think this is the moment. This is the moment for Evan to experience the long form bump. Let's say the name of the show again so that people can find it in their podcast app. Evan, what is the name of this podcast you made? The show is called persona, the French deception. It's basically about one of the biggest, certainly the most creative international scammer of the 21st century. That's really all I needed to hear to want to listen to this program. I have not heard it yet. I've been my two co hosts have quietly both done some labor on this one. One of my co hosts, a tremendous amount of labor, and I'm very, very excited to hear it. We're brought to you in partnership with vox media who help us produce the show. Thanks to everyone at vox. And now here's Aaron with Matt Levine. Hello, Matt Levine. Thanks for having me. I wanted to have you on the show for a while. And every time I think of asking you on, I then get your newsletter and my box and I realized you were probably like busy that day. You're a difficult person to think about when you might have a free day to come on a podcast. I get asked on podcasts most often when I'm most busy writing, you know. Everyone have me come on to talk about Elon and the days of Elon is doing stuff for the days they want me on in the days I'm writing about Elon. So it's hard to do. I feel like this is a little different. Yeah, so I get your newsletter in my inbox. Is it 5 days a week, it comes out, I want to say? It's more like four. It used to be 5. It's gotten a little more relaxed. If I don't note what day it is, I would have thought it comes 5 days a week. And your newsletter is, I would say, generally in the four to 5000 word range, like a magazine feature range that is that accurate. It's long form. Yeah. As we are talking, it is ten O 5 a.m. eastern standard time. Have you already written a newsletter today? I think it is today I'm not ready. Sort of like a summer Fridays. So in some ways, this encounter would be impossible if you were writing a newsletter today. I do sometimes do things in the sort of mid afternoon, but no, it's tight, it's tight, 'cause like the newsletter, ideally it comes out at noon and frequently does not come out at noon. And so if it comes out at like two, that means I'm working frantically until two. And then starting at like four, it's pretty much picking up the kids time. So there's like a tight window on most days.

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"levine" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

04:48 min | 6 months ago

"levine" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"Today, we're going to be looking at the 2017 movie from director Christopher Nolan, Dunkirk. To help us separate fact from fiction, we'll be chatting with the historical consultant on the film and author of Dunkirk, the history behind the major motion picture. Joshua Levine. Before we chat with Joshua, it's time to set up our game. Two truths and a lie. If you're new to the show, here's how it works. I'm about to say three things. Two of them are true. And that means one of them, it's an all out lie. Are you ready? Okay, here they are. Number one, the senior most surviving officer from the Titanic helped in the Dunkirk evacuation. Number two, Churchill didn't expect anyone to evacuate from Dunkirk. Number three, people not in the navy who took their boats signed a form to become temporary members of the Royal Navy. Got them? Okay, now as you're listening to our story today, your challenge is to find the two facts scattered somewhere throughout the episode. Maybe it'll be obvious. Maybe not. Can you find out which one is a lie? We'll do a recap at the end of the episode to see how well you did. All right, now it's time to chat with Joshua Levine about the historical accuracy of Dunkirk. Everyone.

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Why Charlie Was Banned From Twitter and Didn't Grovel To Get Back On

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 7 months ago

Why Charlie Was Banned From Twitter and Didn't Grovel To Get Back On

"I want to talk about a couple of things in particular, and then we can go into some Q&A, which is obviously the most fun part of all this. So I don't have a Twitter account currently. So I got banned from Twitter. You might know this. So this has been one of the most interesting unexpected news cycles in my whole ten years of doing this. So I got banned from Twitter for participating in dead naming. Do you guys know what dead naming is? Okay, I didn't know before I tweeted. So here's one of the things and I'm technically suspended from Twitter, not banned just to get the words correctly. We'll get into what that means. So here's how you know you're living in kind of a tyrannical moment. When you can't keep track of all the rules that you're supposed to follow, I mean, if you're like me, I can't keep track of all of them, right? They're going to kick you out of a social club or social media because you're like, wait, what even is that? So I tweeted out, I think a month ago about the current health czar, a person by the name calls themselves the name Rachel Levine, whatever, okay? And I said this person used to have a name Richard Levine for 54 years of their life and then transitioned. Okay, whatever. And I said that in a tweet and then you can't even use the name that used to exist, right? Can't do that. It's called dead naming, so you lose your account for that. And then in kind of like a Soviet show trial way, Twitter comes out and they say, okay, in order to get your Twitter account back, you have to admit that you violated our hate speech policies and press the delete button. So we very well could have done that. But happened to the Babylon B like two days before that. And then it happened to us. And I thought to myself, you know, I traveled to these events all across the country. And I tell young people involved at turning point USA, you know, it's worth fighting for conservative values. But it might cost you

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Joe Biden Met With Hunter Biden Business Partner at the White House

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 7 months ago

Joe Biden Met With Hunter Biden Business Partner at the White House

"Joe Biden met with a Hunter Biden business partner at The White House New York Post John Levine and Miranda divine Miranda Devine is unbelievable Hunter Biden's close business partner closest business partner Made at least 19 visits to The White House and other official locations between 2009 and 2015 Including a sit down with then vice president Joe Biden in the west wing Now why else would he be able to make 19 visits to The White House without Hunter Biden greasing the skids And why would he be meeting with Hunter Biden's father For any reason whatsoever He didn't need Hunter Biden's he didn't need help to meet Hunter Biden He was his business partner Visitor logs from The White House a former president Obama reviewed by the post cast further doubt over Joe Biden's claims that he knew nothing of his son's deal So here we have a current president And there's not a single investigation of the current president Hunter Biden yes But not a single investigation of the current president and this involves a serious problem The millions that flowed into the Biden family from foreign governments and foreign front corporations There's never been such an allegation against Donald Trump and his family Eric schwerin met with vice President Biden on September 1720 ten in the west wing When he was the president of the since dissolved investment fund Rosemont Seneca partners Hunter Biden's business associates like Eric schwerin at the privilege and were given access to the Obama White House said senator Ron Johnson This is additional evidence that Joe Biden lied when he said he never discussed hunter's farm business

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Allen scores 27, Bucks beat Bulls 119-95 to take 3-1 lead

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Allen scores 27, Bucks beat Bulls 119-95 to take 3-1 lead

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"levine" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

03:41 min | 8 months ago

"levine" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"And I don't think we have a good idea about that. You know, what's actually causal versus just correlative. It's just an outcome of aging that we can observe. In my lab we're really interested in epigenetics. And that's mostly because I think of the epigenetic system as the operating system of a cell. So most of the cells in your body have essentially the same DNA, but what makes something a neuron or a brain cell or a skin cell is the epigenetic program. So it gives the cells the ability to respond to stress. It gives them almost their kind of physical form. And all of the things that they are supposed to do. The problem is that this program gets completely rewritten with aging. And we don't know exactly why, whether it's errors or whether it's just the program kind of having glitches along the way. But we think that then produces cells that are not adapting correctly to their environment or maybe doing things they shouldn't be doing and potentially this is something we think might cause aging. Although there's still some debate on whether it's truly causal in the aging process. And I would say no one really knows yet what the true causes are. Can you, since your research really does focus on the epigenetic alterations? Can you explain to people what epigenetic aging clocks are generally speaking and then maybe we can get into some of the differences between the first generation epigenetic agent clocks like Corvette clock and then second generation like Levine or Pheno age that's also called and grim age. So absolutely. So there are a bunch of different types of epigenetic modifications, but the type that these clocks are based on is something called CPG methylation or DNA methylation. And really what that means.

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"levine" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

02:20 min | 8 months ago

"levine" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"Altos labs has been the press quite a bit recently for bringing together pioneers of epigenetics, epigenetic clocks and tissue reprogramming. Doctor Levine, as an expert in the field of epigenetics, brings much to the table here, which I suspect should make this episode and enjoyable one for many. Doctor Levine's research background is in the study of epigenetic aging with the goal of trying to understand the underlying mechanisms that cause aging. To paraphrase doctor Levine, epigenetics in many ways is the operating system of the cell. While all of our cells essentially have the same DNA, the epigenetic program is largely what imbues our cells with their identity, whether that's a skin cell or a neuron. This program, which gets rewritten as we age, also gives ourselves characteristics that differentiate them from those of a younger person, such as the ability to withstand stress, and more. So it's important to recognize that our epigenetics respond at least to some degree to environmental inputs. In other words, to how we live. A word of advice if avoiding unnecessary epigenetic age acceleration is your goal. Avoid harmful habits like smoking in particular and prioritize keeping a healthy body weight. These 2 may be big smoking guns when it comes to accelerated epigenetic aging. In this episode, doctor Levine and I discuss how aging is defined, what the hallmarks of aging are and what doctor Levine thinks may be the key drivers of aging. What epigenetic aging means, how it is measured by different types of epigenetic clocks. And how these different clocks can be used for different predictive purposes, such as identifying chronological age, biological age, and even time to death. Why some people age faster or slower than others. How Levine's Pheno age epigenetic aging clock can quantify that and how that compares to other clinical biomarkers used to measure biological aging. Whether epigenetic aging is a cause or an effect of aging or enticingly.

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"levine" Discussed on The Bio Report

The Bio Report

05:19 min | 11 months ago

"levine" Discussed on The Bio Report

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"levine" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"levine" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"Joining me today in the studio is Rick Levine, and we're going to be talking about minor aspects and astrology or as Rick will encourage me to call them the non Ptolemaic aspects, but we'll get into that. So hey Rick, thanks for joining me today. I really wish you would have started differently. You really don't want them to be called the minor aspects. Well, first of all, thanks for inviting me back after blowing out the power last month. Yeah, we are not going to say anything negative about Uranus, Uranus is a very nice planet and I appreciate it very much. I hope it doesn't end this podcast episode. No, I think we'll be fine this time. Okay. So my problem with calling these aspects minor aspects is it relegates them to a less than position. And it's my experience from having worked with them over and over and over again for decades now. That they are no less important. They are no more minor than Uranus Neptune and Pluto are minor or then any one particular technique is minor. We can do a chart with out Uranus Neptune and Pluto and because of the fractal nature of the universe, it'll work. You know, for that matter we could do a chart with someone sun moon and rising sign. I mean, at the beginning, however, when you use the non Ptolemaic aspects, you fill in information that simply wasn't there. And there's no amount of inference from the information without the minor aspects can you actually jump to what you get when you begin to use them. Right. Okay. So let's get into that debate, but let's hit the backdrop first. So that's your positioning very strong minor whatever aspect proponents we're going to come up with some terminology as we go. Sure. Mark more able to do this. But so part of the backdrop is I did a episode earlier this month to set the stage on the 5 what I called major aspects. Let's say Ptolemaic aspects, and that's the conjunction sextile square trying an opposition, and for 2000 years now, those have been the primary aspects that astrologers have used in western astrology in the starting in the ancient Hellenistic, the Greek and Roman traditions going through the medieval traditions and end of the renaissance traditions. But then those aspects are just for a diagram or designer pola Bill meaning made me a little diagram today that shows those major aspects and the conjunction is 0°, the opposition one 80, the try in one 20, the square is 90 and the sextile is 60°. And around what time period did these major aspects become cemented, Ptolemaic Lee? No, in the first century BCE. So that's one of the issues I have with I'm never going to call them Ptolemaic aspects because Ptolemy lived three centuries later after these were introduced. But rather than being 2000 years, then let's call it 1400 years. Because the actual first additional change to it was Johannes Kepler, some 500 years ago. Yeah, okay, so that's good. So let's set up our time frame. I like that you're doing that. So first century, let's say around 100 BCE, we have this new system that's introduced that introduces some aspects of older traditions from Mesopotamia and some traditions from Egypt and one of the things that introduces at this time is the 5 what it calls aspects or configurations or forms of testimony or witnessing where the planets were said to be able to see each other through different ways, both by degree, like we just showed, but also by sign that they were also using sign based aspects as well as degree based aspects. And that was actually intimately tied into the rationale for the 5 configurations. Right. So that's introduced then it's then used for let's say over a thousand years past that point. And then, yeah, so we have this astrologer who comes along and James Holden talks about this in his book, a history of horoscopic astrology when he mentions Johannes Kepler. He says Kepler invented several new aspects, 18° 24° 30° 36° 45° 72 one O 8, one 35, one 44 and one 50. He goes on to say of these, the 30° the 45 and the one 35 and the one 50 aspects have become adopted by most astrologers, and then he goes on and talks about something else, secondary progressions. Now, wasn't the what we call the 30° and one 50° weren't those by signs, part of the Ptolemaic construction, but they were specifically non aspects. Yeah, they were called a versions. They were specifically thought to be the absence of an aspect. So for example, if a planet was in cancer, it was said to aspect 7 other signs write the sextile square and opposition signs as well as the conjunction. And then it was said to be an aversion to or not aspecting four other signs and those four signs would roughly coincide with what is today the in conjunct or the quincunx or semi sextile. Right. And let's go well the in conjunct theoretically would be both semic tiles and Quinn Kung's because they're non aspects. And this is a little bit of a language problem that I think we have in modern astrology is the sloppy use of the word in conjunct, because technically an would be either or both. Whereas a is a queens and a semi sextile, is a semi sextile, and they very specifically clarify that we're not talking about the Ptolemaic universe. Yes, so the in conjunct or the quincunx, those are two names in modern times that are used for the 150° aspect. That's one of the things that you're saying. Yes..

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"levine" Discussed on The Bio Report

The Bio Report

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"levine" Discussed on The Bio Report

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"levine" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"levine" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

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"levine" Discussed on Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!

Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"levine" Discussed on Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!

"Now in the show notes you'll find links to jeff's linked profile and the company website which is very interesting. And if you like the podcast is recommended to fran rated and or subscribe now. It is time to get together with. Jeff levine to learn about his move into med tech and the revolutionary technology and they advance scanner. Team will bring to market jeff. It's great to have you on the medical device success. I.

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"levine" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"levine" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Me dot com. Make sure you use Slash hashtag mine dog when you go there and let her know you. You came from here. And i do appreciate that now on tonight's program. Christine levine is a stand up comedian and radio and television personality. Originally from portland oregon. And i'm not sure if i pronounced oregon right oregon oregon and now a citizen of tucson arizona. You may recognize her from the television show. What land yeah. You may know her from her. Stand up at. You may know from the doug stanhope podcast But i think probably most of you If you probably know are from her time behind the counter at the point store anyway Let's bring her in please. Ladies and gentlemen please open the ears. Open your mind. Welcome in the fabulous christine levine own. I surprised by your bio in many different things but the point store stuff is one of the things that really is unusual. I think So for your kids out there who don't know once upon a time you actually had to leave your house to get porn and i believe that's what you're talking about. That's what you mean by point store. I mean they won't get tapes and cds and stuff jack shack and everything. Yeah we had walls and walls of tapes. When i started and then. Dvd's by the time. I got finished very interesting. Did you get into that. I mean how do you get into that job. Is there a help. Wanted porn store at well. This is how i liked what it is. The job chooses you. You don't pick this job. You don't are not a little girl. You're going be inclined your lab a job that i did stumble into it. It was just a porn star by my house. And this is what's weird about this place. That i worked at so it used to be a restaurant and my mother worked in that same building as a waitress when i was little anyway so i still you know i i..

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"levine" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"levine" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Working in a porn store women comedy politics. We'll talk about all that and more on this episode of the my dog. tv podcasts. Welcome with friends to yet another episode of the mind dog tv. Podcast on mcnabb. Oh thanks for coming. It's great to have you here is always supposed to have christine levine with us tonight cheap. Not here yet Maybe a time zone mix up. Maybe a technical problem. Maybe she's having issues. Like andy has issues. I don't know but she's not here now up. She actually is here now. She just got here. Now i see lurking in the background there Before i bring her in. I i need to quickly talk about a couple of things This book here Walls of secrecy stories of prison life. Nineteen seventy-one in nineteen eighty one. That a lot of prisoners on the show or something and a couple of guys who went to jail for murder and several of them say they didn't do it two of them. I absolutely believe this is one. Kelly messenger and his book is not so much about the crime that he went to jail for that he did not commit but about prison reform. What goes on in prisons and Couple of weeks ago. I had him on He had very poor Wi fi or internet service and so we tried to do it on zoom instead of Stream yard and for whatever reason later that night we had the big computer crash. And i lost the file so that interview is gone forever. So i i'm feel indebted to him. I wanna make this right. So i'm pushing the book every night. walzer secrecy By kelly d messenger to fascinating read into the corruption. All crap that goes on behind prison walls And really some scary stuff. He was a vietnam bet. Who went to jail for the murder of its sixteen year. Old wife but he didn't do it Long story short but book is not about that. It's more about the drug dealing And the guards and the prison corruption and torturing all kinds of things like that that he is working to try to rectify. So i hope you'll check it out a Books called wall of secrecy. I and it's really important to me to try to make it right for kelly because we lost his interview for ever terrible thing now before i move on tonight i too quickly talk about The sponsors Tonight's show is brought to you by entice me. I'm gonna make this really quick. Entice me about entice me. I've talked about several times You know sex toys ex and they do more than sex They do lessons in courses in in All sorts of things like that in to Counseling on had a be more sexually satisfying all that kind of stuff but the prime product line is sex toys that a non-toxic in you know There are laws that prevent Certain chemicals being in children's toys can make sure they nontoxic they don't apply to sex toys. The things you putting in private places in your body are not necessarily nontoxic no matter where you go. Entice me that comes. Product line of sex toys is all nontoxic. And i do appreciate you. Patriot patronizing them. Check out the website as i mentioned. They're much more than just products like that. They have courses in Actual counseling in coaching. So he can't find the spot. Tiffany gonna stand over your shoulder right there. My dad get it..

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"levine" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"levine" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Levine Cava says. No one is giving up. We are going to work as hard as we possibly can leave no stone unturned but a few blocks from here, some families have grown impatient at the slow pace. I understand the frustration and I assure you, we're doing everything that we can fire operations Chief Alan Kaminsky says. It's all about safety for both of rescuers and those they hope to say when we use our dogs and different signals when we're using sonar equipment, different signals using our cameras, different signals as well as this when we're in there in searching and what we come across, that was Peter King reporting. Athletics directors at the state's universities are preparing for n I l. Now that governor Bashir has signed an executive order allowing student athletes to earn money off their name, image and likeness. Louisville 80. Vince Tire A. This is gonna be traveling there. There's going to be Um, things that occur. We're going to read about things, maybe mistakes and some opportunities that occurred there. Probably some eye popping headlines about a student athlete at school, making a Six figure deal or something That could be a variety of things that happened out of the box You oval will offer an N I l law clinic to students and athletes. There will also be brand management and other educational opportunities. U. S Attorney GENERAL MERRICK GARLAND today announcing the Justice Department is filing a lawsuit against the state of Georgia. Seeking to challenge that sweeping election reforms bill passed by state Republicans in the spring, Republican Governor Brian Kemp slamming the Justice Department's decision. They're coming for your state. Your ball game. Your election laws your business in your way of life. A motorcyclist was killed this afternoon on Dixie Highway. It happened around three o'clock at Dixie in Pendleton Road. Investigators say the driver of a pickup was headed south on Dixie made the left turn on the penalty in it entered into the path of the motorcycle, which was also headed south. The motorcyclist was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash and died at the scene. More news in 30 minutes. I'm Paul Miles NewsRadio, 8 40 W H A s. Okay. Okay. Okay. And I'm confirming that interview. I am confirming that interview from earlier today. Consider it confirmed. Confirmed. Send it back. Confirmed like using that it's confirmed. Welcome to Haley in the knob zero news radio. A 40 WHS. Hello, Hayley. Highlight but happy Friday. Did you see your eyes? Took a long time to get here. Oh, wait a minute. I was off two days. Wait a minute. That was.

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