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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on Spies of London

Spies of London

01:48 min | 7 months ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on Spies of London

"Welcome to Spies of London. This episode is a book review of the illegal by Gordon Carrera from the BBC the hunt for a Russian spy on a post-war London and it's about the Spy Gordon Lonsdale Gordon. Lonsdale was a Canadian man who came to Britain by ship. He told everyone had been born on the 27th of August 1924 in Ontario Canada in reality. He was Conan meladi born in Moscow. Now, I've come across God in Lonsdale many times. He was easily one of the best and most Professional Russian spies operating in Britain at any time. He was known to me because he was involved in a prisoner swap without wanting to give you too many spoilers as he was highly valued by the KGB and he met George Blake in Moscow and George Blake & Garden Lonsdale were betrayed by the song. So some people suggest that if they hadn't been portrayed particular Lonsdale might never have been discovered by the time he was discovered clearly his super deep secret undercover of work which involved him taking on this Canadian identity living in Britain away from his young family was taking its toll and more than that as with so many of the best writers when Lonsdale go back to Moscow. He started to compare it to what he'd seen in the west and realized that the West Was better. I was richer more exciting more interesting more. Make more fun and he had serious alcohol problems, but there were a few details about Lonsdale which intrigued me and I have to say I thought God unless there was a man name

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Gordon Lonsdale - Burst 1

Spies of London

01:48 min | 7 months ago

Gordon Lonsdale - Burst 1

"Welcome to Spies of London. This episode is a book review of the illegal by Gordon Carrera from the BBC the hunt for a Russian spy on a post-war London and it's about the Spy Gordon Lonsdale Gordon. Lonsdale was a Canadian man who came to Britain by ship. He told everyone had been born on the 27th of August 1924 in Ontario Canada in reality. He was Conan meladi born in Moscow. Now, I've come across God in Lonsdale many times. He was easily one of the best and most Professional Russian spies operating in Britain at any time. He was known to me because he was involved in a prisoner swap without wanting to give you too many spoilers as he was highly valued by the KGB and he met George Blake in Moscow and George Blake & Garden Lonsdale were betrayed by the song. So some people suggest that if they hadn't been portrayed particular Lonsdale might never have been discovered by the time he was discovered clearly his super deep secret undercover of work which involved him taking on this Canadian identity living in Britain away from his young family was taking its toll and more than that as with so many of the best writers when Lonsdale go back to Moscow. He started to compare it to what he'd seen in the west and realized that the West Was better. I was richer more exciting more interesting more. Make more fun and he had serious alcohol problems, but there were a few details about Lonsdale which intrigued me and I have to say I thought God unless there was a man name

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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:46 min | 10 months ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Been clear from Lonsdale Avenue wide open and one forty six south down from two ninety five in Lincoln with your southern New England traffic thanks John let's kick off the week now check out the forecast with fourteen ten million dollars just Christina earnings mostly cloudy skies today with showers and thunderstorms possible from late morning through the afternoon temperatures head into the middle seventies and humid Tuesday low to middle seventies for highs with mostly cloudy skies and an isolated shower or thunderstorm I'm storm team ten meteorologist Christina Ernie on newsradio nine twenty and one of four seven FM sixty eight degrees and cloudy at seven oh one Liz Warner has our news today brought to us by compassion international certainly we're all feeling the weight of covert nineteen but for some kids in poverty around the world things are becoming desperate you can join compassion international provide for a family in poverty make your one time forty dollar gift by texting hope H. O. P. E. to eight three three nine three Ron here the stories we're working on today governor Raimondo said Friday she will be making an announcement today about the state entering the next phase of re opening phase three she said the ocean state continues to be in good coronavirus shape and she does not want to go backwards in terms of the re opening phase saying we're not out of the woods yet she pointed to other U. S. states seeing virus rebound so Rhode islanders must continue to adhere to social distancing and hygiene rules Rhode Island is currently one of two U. S. states reporting a decline in new coronavirus cases last week thirty six states reported a rise in cases and on Friday the U. S. reported the highest number of new cases in a single day among twelve states that rate is holding steady and just to stage reporting a decrease in.

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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"CAS website. You've got this advisory board that spans lots of entrepreneurs entrepreneurs very senior company executives people in entertainment any think about that specific network and how you use them each ones different right so we have thirty people people are firm really as twelve people on the team in each person investment team is working with a managing different advisors for different goals in so you have some people who you really just want alike bring to certain things because they bring people around them. If you want to be around especially couple of entertainment guys of they're going to be at something. It's easier to all right and it's easier to get the get access to things where whereas others others are specifically really really helpful for getting deals done in a certain part of healthcare certain parts of finance or whatever what's the to go back to the old Michael Lewis expression. What's the new new thing right now in the valley. I think the most important question in metro capital is what's possible now. That wasn't possible five years ago right because if you want to invest in ridesharing we did before the phone it doesn't makes sense twelve thirteen years so as you had done it within a few year window to really make a lot of money on it and so I think right now there's a few areas but right now the most exciting setting area to me is the renaissance in Biology. You're seeing going on what particular aspect of biology is turned in a lot of areas into information sciences while as well as just like a life science science and so it used to be in the valley. You're either life science guy or you're an. It guy but they're literally platforms that can do things to sound like science fiction right now like one of our companies simply. Go is the leading gene any other company and there's a data network effect so they've got much much more accurate than anybody else gene editing which means they can engineer cells. Nobody else engineer which is also selling sells directly people say Gimme the cell with these twelve thousand people ordering from them now and that's growing an amazing speech and it turns out. There's always do cell therapy. Do things like that and then there's because of newsouth therapies there's other our tools is a whole another company. That's this sorting sells a billion in a time using semiconductor technology and it turned out that applies time tens of therapies and there are saving lives with ads. There's all all sorts of these things that you never would've even thought of doing five years ago there possible now. The list goes on in terms of these kinds of biology. It crossover thanks so when you have a set of opportunities retuning. How much do you dive into just that sector and then just keep going deeper. or how much do you kind of bet on just one company when opportunity well so. I think there's a lot of things going on sectors actress. We've built a team rounded and we spent a lot of time on my doubts about twenty five percent of what we're doing as a fun. I'd say within the Renaissance and Biology area right now join over time can change so I want to get a a little bit time turned some fun closing questions. What's your favorite hobby or activity outside of work family while my favorite hobbies probably policy work we're trying to do nonpartisan partisan type things where he right up legislation or other things that are trying to help fix the government..

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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"I was able to raise with my network most of the remaining four hundred forty million dollars raised but it was really really great to have him and have a help early on it turned out that the way we understood entrepreneurship way we manage things are preferences provide different gone through fewer bigger things having a lot more people on my team still a lot more more connections in the network. We held a lot of events I like doing lots of thesis papers and whatnot so we have different ways of doing things the most team came with me and we split off our third which now call ABC. I see so what you're segment of venture landscape. Today venture capitals obviously at much larger asset class than it was ten or fifteen years ago which which makes a lot of intuitive. It's much bigger part of the economy right so used to be in venture capital that maybe you'd have people coming to Silicon Valley. Who are the does or who run different special initiatives for big companies companies. Now the people coming in Silicon Valley are the CEO's the fortune five hundred companies. It's the people who are actually making the decisions and actually out the corporate strategy for the biggest companies in the world. That's fraud reasons right because the technology is redefining. What's possible in these industries so venture world has become a lot broader and causing a lot more things than having to do a lot more money at stake. How do you stay competitive entry. Actually a few different things at say one is that the people who are running the top venture firms right now are almost all founders unders successful companies and so as someone who's founded a few quite successful companies as big advanced hunters. WanNa work with our founders and if you look at the very big names venture capital obviously Marc Andreessen very well known enter Peter Thiel who I work with learn a lot from or Marceca sauce on the board of is there starts. I've learned from both those guys or if you look note Khosla or even Reid Hoffman did linked in who's with the the pay path list goes on and on like all these same people have heard of their founders of big companies and so there are very rare exceptions from the previous generation. I think March is great exception of someone who never found that a company and I think you could do that in the eighties or nineties and be aggressive capless. It's very rare these days so first of all being a founders advantage. I think second of all being in touch of being close to lots of other founders is very important. Jordan says one thing we've spent a lot of time doing is we happen to have a lot of friends who built companies. We've enjoy spending time with them. It's not my social life is here in Silicon Valley interacting with other founders and that's you have to do that to do things well counters that wants to know where the town's going what's going on. They're kind of decor top than our way to put. It is an L. A. If you want to know what's going on you probably I want to hang out with the list actors the diplomatic them in DC pylon like with the senators with people around the president of the heads of agencies. The founders are the ones who run things here in Silicon Valley number one one so let's walk through kind of step-by-step your investment process and just start with where the ideas come from the end up investing in a Lotta ways that come from half of the deals are and referred from other founders. We're talking about a lot of them. Come from looking what we want to build ourselves networks. That's the one thing we do at our firm. That's different than a lot of other firms. Is We still use about ten percent of the fun on towards things we're building ourselves and we're very involved entrepreneurs and a lot of times. I'll be looking at a space with a really really deep on the macro happenings area of healthcare what's happening in Syria. Logistics get to know all the people who are leaders in that field in spend a lot of time with them in based on doing nat..

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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"I grew up right around here. In San Francisco. Go Bay area right in Silicon Valley and I guess when I was thirteen fourteen fifteen my friend's older brothers raw building companies because it was late nineties so I started at pretty interested and what was your first venture. First thing I started myself was actually pounds here but I was. I was involved with a bunch of things in high school. One of my friend's fathers was senior. Intel off any gossip bunch of really inexpensive chips and we we overclock them and then we got him to to give us the materials to super cool it and play with that. It was really good for playing quake too but you know it wasn't it turns out. No one else really wanted to buy them so it was much more exploring and be part of other people's companies for the first four or five years. I guess pay Pal for Serious Company. I was apart as an intern for a couple of years. What what was your angle. Did you come at it from technology side from the business side the computer scientists originally so I studied computer science when I was Gosh Ten or eleven my friends Tommy to program and we built games. We built programs. Would your math homework for us and that sort of thing and then pay pal. I saw a lot of really smart people going there so I actually got turned down the very first time am I applied there as a programmer. When I was quite young Max luncheon who's now a friend I mean do stuff on the white board and we debated things and they never got an offer from that but then Peter brought me back the next summer and I started started working at paypal and so you went from pay pal originally into Peter's ecosystem yeah exactly so I got to know Peter from entrepreneurship suffered from a paper he'd started called the Stanford Review. Show is editor of and start talking about different things with him and he brought me in along with a couple of other people as a summer intern in the I ended up working for his family the office and I helped him US starting a hedge fund and I helped higher bunch people there so I kind of started working with him on a bunch of things and what was the original idea propounded here well you know they're actually a lot of things being started at the time at Clarion. The Hedge Fund in some of them were quite crazy. There's this thing that was like trying to mental stimulation that was supposed to do things. Thanks good for your brain that ended up being people nightmares other effects to talk about. There was a spam company. There was a restaurant listening millions lars on there's lots of things and of course Peter there was also the time a big investor facebook's. That's another facebook founders really well so just there's all sorts of things going on some of them crazy some of them not as crazy obviously although it was really hard to tell at the time what were the best nice things in it and hired a bunch of my friends at the hedge fund help us with programming and building things and some of them really didn't like finance very much since waste where we're going to work on and we'd had this idea that initially repeaters idea from pay pal like these people were talking to the secret service at the FBI helping us. We try to arrest these bad guys tweet building better technology for them doing something to take. We've learned and apply it to DC. So the idea came from sort of being there inside clarion well. The idea was from pay pal originally where the Chinese and Russian mafia were stealing sealing off our money in there about a competitor's bankrupt to these online money laundering efforts. That's from hacking into the system. Yes Sir so you go to a seven eleven and buy something and the person some behind the counter somehow takes. Snapshot Writes Down Your Credit Card number and because there's now Russians online as of the year two thousand two thousand one ninety nine who are willing going to pay a lot of money for credit card numbers. Maybe five ten bucks you write down a few hundred of these. It's a nice way make money on the size as someone in they take the money run it through pay pal by the time you realize it's fraud fraud the money's already out of the system and then pay packets hit by a charge back so there's all sorts of versions of pay pal losing huge amounts of money to allow competitors and what role did you initially play at here so pound here. I was the founder who created the company and got going there. Lots of things going on around the time it's idea he played with. I took some of the people who had hired tired. Hedge Fund for better or worse. I became a leader the hedge fund the number two guy there was a genius but was also not really a manager so I was kind of helping me lots of things and just kind of fill the avoid as a overconfident twenty one year old running this paper on this thing and run a big drain account there and debating the trading with Peter and then allies guys working for me and a few of them. She didn't really WANNA work finance stuff and I said you know what let's let's prototype. My roommate is down for at the time really really bright guy she along with me we started just running and staying up late at night and sketching applic- different ways that the product could work for the CIA missing Peter to give us a pleasure to fly out and talk to people we knew in DC and he knew in DC a few other adults there were times he this is crazy as even worse than your restaurant and your other ideas. You're doing stop these kids from talking to these people and then to headed to take off from their point in time. Did you leave Claremont. Just dedicate to pound here. We got a little office away on Sandhill road appears old offices and we started using that and started building it out and Peter helped us bring on one of the guys from pay pal became another Co founder Nathan he just started working on it and I was working on it part time we were testing it out and trying it out but it was about a year and Judas Clara starting to get really exciting and I ended up moving there fulltime to start start hiring at the team ended up high most of the first hundred people on help from the products and built it out and at what point in time did you say okay this things off on a tone and time to step away. It was about five or six years of working on it pretty intensely in hiring team building a culture and what happened was is that we built out the government side in about three or four lawyers into it was unclear how long governments I was GONNA take to ramp up so I signed to build the finance side of the company as well so so pounder ended up building out a commercial division where we started with the finance side and we had a few early customers like bridgewater another issue ended up using a system for over ten years as with their analysts did their work so really built out a commercial side of it as well as that was scaling. I'd I fully vested my shares in the company about four or five years in and I was as another division in the company by realized. Maybe we should do something on my on more of I was really passionate about this for Outta par so I stepped aside lied about five and a Half Years Union started working on adipose instead until we're the antequera idea come out of his partially from stuff pound here with seeing when I was seeing in general is building my own very small family office at at the time and realized that that s face was very broken the technology religion at work for it a talk to my friends who are running large offices they had similar complaints and the big theme we have which in general in world in the last ten years and Silicon Valley is. There's these industries where there's platforms that should be using data run them better and that are not realize if you WANNA fix a lot of different parts of the financial world. You needed a platform what form this is on top of the money. So part of the idea was to be the software for our as for family offices for banks and be able to have lots of ways that you can kinda talk to the money through the platform and when you dive into one of these ideas you mentioned a couple times your friend for your roommate from Stanford a bunch of your friends. How do you start to build one of these off of the idea. Well I think the number one thing is getting the very top talent with the computer scientists you WanNa culture where people are really really obsessed. You want to agree on what the mission is and why missions important and yet have mission in a set of people that attract the other people on the becomes a positive something so this is a very intense few years getting them going and convincing others to help you and making sure his own enough of it and then I'm a product guy so it's catch up the product than you. I have to have the marketing sales analysis and you have to go entering talk to a lot of people get a lot of feedback evolve the product time based on that one of the key things for the early engineers is they have to to be on a mock up quickly. You need to get feedback ain't data rate and at what point in time did you shift from being an operator to venture capitals so the thing is really proud about pounds here and then later at par is we had some of the very top talents panthers rate number one in Silicon Valley for the engineers. We were attracting and what happens. A lot of talent will come a place for three four five years. Some of them will stay the whole time still people who've been there for fifteen years now but a lot of them after a while but go on they'll. WanNa build something around so I had probably about ten or eleven different from France who had worked with in some capacity pounds here or even out of pure parley on building things on their own and I was being small investments in them from my office. I was advising them and I realized so that's something I really enjoy doing even more than enjoyed Brian the company day to day. At what point in time did you say okay. I'm going to start a venture capital firm that created. I guess it was formation. Take the time yeah. Formation Eight was the first real serious firm had a small fund. We called the before and that the fund was just with family in France in my own money and we did a bunch of angel investing and that was actually really good because even though that fund is over ten exited great. I also did a lot of dumb things so I think you learn by doing things right so so you want to make mistakes before you do it with larger amounts of money but but after doing that seeing it working well started have really strong opinions a scientist start a fund two thousand eleven. I guess when we decided to start it close. Our first fund the very end of two thousand twelve and then at some point in time. I guess some of your original partners cited not to continue in you continued on yeah you know I think everyone has different ways of running and managing these things and so one of the things we always talk about with our entrepreneurs defined unfair advantages because he's so hard to start one of my unfair advantages. Starting permission eight was the Meyer early partner is Family Bill Elgin Korea. His father gave us fifty million dollars anchor..

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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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Nissan, J. Lonsdale And Nick Kostov discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

04:21 min | 1 year ago

Nissan, J. Lonsdale And Nick Kostov discussed on WSJ What's News

"So nick. This is a complicated story. But what do we know about the funds that carlos goan used used for his investments in silicon valley startups so this story really begins in twenty fifteen and that year the the goan set up open investment vehicle in delaware who'd shotgun investments and this vehicle is to invest in startups in silicon valley so do i this work does that going son antony who was working at the time for a silicon valley investor j. lonsdale he would find investments and find stops which he thought would do well and he woods either make the investment himself. If there were swollen investments they were larger investments he would oscar's dodds for permission and for funds to invest the money in today startup so for example he wanted to make an investment in grab and so he amount his dad saying the grab was interesting investment and his dad sent over two million dollars and anthony obviously made that investment excellent so anthony who's ready to hunt going really provided the funds and obviously these funds now no we're coming from a nissan san client who is based in no man and who deposits money in a funding in lebanon and which then mr going direct rex to shogun investments okay so so what do we know about this connection with the fund in lebanon so the money which ended up at the delaware funding which was been invested into various start ups. We know that it came from an executive at a nissan distributorship co-defender kumar he's an international and he transferred the money from his bank account in switzerland to lebanon-based vehicle and then the money was transferred over to shotgun investments in the u._s. Now would japanese prosecutors allege. What nissan investigators believe is that. This money was actually siphoned-off from incentive payments that nissan were paying to the distributor in. I'm so japanese. Prosecutors specifically say that of two five million dollar payments that nissan may to the distributor twenty seventeen in two thousand eighteen five million of that they charge was diverted through the international defender cuma lebanon and over to show gun investments in the u._s. Now how tall us gun has very strongly denied these allegations yeah obsolete colors golden denies the allegations completely and forcefully and says he will fight inco and if given a federal prevail he says that this was a private investment he was providing private investment advice and that there was absolutely no link between screened the money that nissan which paints distributor and the money to defend ukraine with providing in that ended up as shogun investments yeah we'll forgetting any notion of criminality analogy. We still know that he had a personal business dealing with a client of nissan. What can we learn from this story about the broader gun saga. I think the story can paint a fuller picture of college <unk> actions. I didn't know of time the since november people who've been talk talk about this case in black and white is gonna give t's not guilty if he's not guilty then he should be allowed to go free. We we don't have anything criminal here but at least it allows houses to save more weakened <unk> very say that he started a kind of parallel business with a with a nissan client where he helps to invest forty million euros of funds coming from this person whether it's criminal or not i think it by international business standards. Many people say that that that shows somewhat questionable schnabel judgments and also decided that he didn't he didn't tell the company maybe create some sort of conflict of interest so i think it allows houses to to paint a picture of his actions in the years the japanese prosecutors and listening to the wall street journal's nick kostov and that's what's news for monday afternoon. I'm charlie turner for the wall street journal.

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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"Are you still in giant citizen? I have still not strains. Oh, I think forever forever. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I always go back like once or twice a year. My mom's still there, and like a lot of my siblings of the and is your mother have a really strong 'cause you're extent. It's it's nice a neutral accent on the flash. You do an American accent? Can I hear some your American accent? Tell tell me how pretty I am in American accent. Thank you, look beautiful. Absolutely. Absolutely incredible. And I am flawed by okay. I love that. Thank you for the company. How do you do in American accent? Because listen, this is my like if I were talion if I were talion, I would think the way to do an American accent beats, and if you didn't speak English, you would go. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. It depends. It depends. Because that's American said or they say like like everywhere else. They really don't that's California. It just depends. Like, it depends on what kind of American like, maybe I'm doing someone that's more from like in in the valley, or whatever they want to be like it. Just depends. Okay. Okay. Yeah. A harder. Are I'm from San Diego. So we do hard ours. Do that New Jersey New Jersey Dr? New york. No art as so. Yeah. Like is hard Abby heavy have New York. That's New York. Jersey would be Harry. Yeah. Now when you hear Nikki Kidman being expanded. When you see her in in a movie and. Yeah. Beam expanded you know, that movie the expanding that's your first movie shut up EM expanding yet. Yeah. BMX being bikers. Right. When you see a stroke or and you see her doing an American accent. Do you go? I heard I heard how I heard some in there. I do pick up on people's accents alive. Yeah. Did you have to learn how to do an American accent? You fake it similar teach. You how to do? It known taught me. I think is because I just played some video games growing up. And I I would just impersonate the characters so Wayne in video games have voices on them. Yeah. Okay. The characters in video game characters and not joking. I don't I've never played one. But they talk seeking I left I got left behind and miss pacman. So miss pacman didn't talk. So I didn't realize how bad it depends on the games. Like the ones I play very immersive. Play final fantasy RPG G what P cheese playing games. Oh. Hey, it's like you're playing movie not that kind of role play. Never had any interest in it. You know, there's got shit to get bills appel video. Working. You know? Hey, so all right. So Austrailia you'll love it yet. But you live here in Los Angeles now, Los Angeles. Yeah. And so you got you get a work permit and all that kind of stuff for together. Working visa, yeah. Yeah. I must have very difficult. Yeah. And like when I was a teenager constantly researching like how can I win a green card like how can I do this? You want to come here. Yeah. I just knew that there would be more opportunity for what I wanted to do for the singing and the dancing the ad, and they're they're this amazing work, and I'll but there's not that much of it. So and I wasn't being sent out for for much and at the time truly like there just wasn't that many roles for buckeyes. Yeah. That was just the hard truth. And so I was like, well, I got to find a way to get over that over here. And so do you have a lot of things in the or are you working on things? Now. I am. Yeah. I'm working on an album at the moon. What kind of like, Michael Jackson music? I always been spy. By michael. But I it took me a lot to to get to the place of being like, oh, I don't have to be my right knee. So that nobody could ever be my own account. Right. Exactly. And so and I'm learning like the things that especial about me. And so just find that out. But ultimately, it is it's going to be a pop record. And things will you know, a bunch of different sound come to it. But I wanted to feel like a rainbow feel like a rainbow Jesus gonna taste like a rainbow..

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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"I actually finished them finish them up there. All guy killed the box around. Okay. All your cereal. I just actually it's just wrong by on that note, you didn't Lonsdale. Thank you. Thank you guys. Don't go on here. Yes. Gonna now. Our next guest is here. His name is Canaan Lonsdale. Now, you're gonna talk to the microphone there. How you going Kane in doing that? This isn't a perfect opportunity for me to use my shy next favorite thing. Now where in a show you from Sydney, I've heard that's the big city there, isn't it? Mardi grass. Yes. What's what what part of town grew up like an hour west of Sydney so in Saint Mary's. It's like western Sydney is that a fun place to be on the coast? No, it's like pretty far away from like any kind of beach. It can be fun. If you if you wanted to be any place, but yeah, it was it's it's not the city. Right. But there aren't many Browns. Obviously there originally who were there, but not many Brown skin because your your your your parents are from America. Is that correct my dad's Nigerian and my mom's Australian, okay, and yeah, it was it was kind of we growing up because there were that many like other black kids, and I felt pretty alone insurance. Yeah. But that's that's been changing. Sure. I'm sure. Yeah. Now, obviously our audience knows you from the TV show the flash. And from the movie love Simon. Did you see that show? I haven't seen it I want I watch all movies on the airplane or when. It gets on streaming and stuff. I have not seen it yet. And I'm waiting to go on the airplane. And I go in the airplane very shortly going onto or soon. They don't watch stuff when of home. Yeah. And working there's no time and then go to the movies because they have all that popcorn up in their detox said that would she she posted on Facebook. When she watched it. She was like this is the dumbest movie to watch by yourself on an airplane because she sobbing through the whole. She's not trying to oh bitch. She's that kind of it's coming out movie. We live Simon is Jalen. Actually, the way they market it. Make it seem like it's going to be a gay wrong com. Yeah. But it's it cuts right to you. So it's basically like anyone who's ever been in the closet ever? You're going to all those memories here. We didn't know it's going to turn out that way, we knew that was the intention. But yeah, were you ever in the cause I came out publicly a year a year and a bit ago really came out to my friends when I was like four years ago. Wow. I just for for someone like it's hard to imagine. What that would be like a being in the Causey. I've never I've always been. You know what I mean? So I just don't what you must have been terrible was terrified like I just I wanted my dream of being. I was so obsessed with being successful in helping Alger as an actor musician. I wanted to be Michael Jackson. So I was like, well, I, you know, the world's not going to like me if I'm like this, right, right? Like in. So and I just was terrif-. Right. So I thought I struggle with a lot of depression. I know how to be oh, I thought I wasn't supposed to be myself. That's what I thought. My life was gonna be like fake. Yeah. Yeah. And anybody you could talk to about this. I didn't I didn't talk to anyone until like I came out to one of my best friends when I was twenty but that was by mistake 'cause I had fallen in love with like our room. And then he there was these rumors, and then he found out, and I was like bowling sounds like I wasn't ready to totally one. But he said to me at the time, which I don't know where all this wisdom came when he was that age. But he was like, maybe you can be this guy that changes as a musician. You can you can sing about girls. You can think about guys you can sing that whatever you want. Sure. At the time said, I don't wanna be that. I I don't know what that looks like that's possible. But yet just took time and as an actor, and you've had successes an actor where their people in the businesses said, listen Kitto don't. Come out..

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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"How was that serial? Was it one of the best bowls? You've ever had. To make a drug reference. Yeah. No. It was a good ball cereal. That is a paper Abol plastic spoon. Only the best for our guest judges here at the drag race. But what did you what did you? What else? Did you eat? We're on our lunch break from judging the drag ratio the program that's on VH one. What else did you have those green chili and cheese into Ladas? I had those hell Oh. was that? Did you guide us you at green burritos? You can eat anything you want. Gus anything my little heart desires, twenty six. Yes. You're missing out the most important one year. That's right. He's twenty six cheese about to come into a life chain. Oh, yes. Twenty well, you just went through two years ago. Tell me about it when I. When I was like because I couldn't eat meat anymore. God stop no at twenty eight your body, your body, composition changes and things change. And you get when you become a man. That's when you come. Really waiting for that. No, really the truth. Is you become a man at thirty. Because this is what happens, and we talk about this a lot here on this program. Saturn return to the place the position it was in. When you turn twenty eight around that time twenty eight eas- any years every well, no every twenty eight years, but there is a major change over seven years old Saturn. It's a little confusing because every seven years something something something do return. I don't open Saturno. Your rain is something in return. And. At twenty eight is a big one. Right. So then you're by the time you hit thirty and all of that calms down. That's my son. That's when you become a main. But for a man, I'm Jay this to life doesn't really begin a party forty. The party begins at forty on us guys. Start getting really hot shit outright. Yeah. This MRI song was it sticking chickens on Leah's album. I know you're a big fan. Who are you listening to? Kenworthy chick worthy. Yeah. Think about it. What is that? Because I don't know. I mean like, you don't listen, I love just like pop music. I love Arianna 'Grande. I actually do love Miley. Yeah. Love says a I actually love Cardi B. Yeah. Don't know. Her nail technician. I don't either I don't think anybody know Jenny Bui well except for Michelle. So you so you, but do you buy music? Are you a music freak? I do buy music. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. If I'm using I love going to shows. I love. Yeah. I love live music. I love singing. Actually, I love like going to karaoke. How I love it. How did you meet your boyfriend through Instagram inside? How how does someone meet someone through Instagram? I don't understand this lot DM on in there. Yup. Pretty much. He he was the lead in a movie that's on that flex called Gabi. Go watch it. It's it's actually really good. Do you say his name, Matt welcome mat wilko's? Oh, yeah. And I saw this movie, and those basically I kind of like took note of his name, I didn't seek them out. And then a little while later when Instagram used to have like a popular page, and I saw one of his videos like, oh, my God that's guy from the movie, and he just does these stupid little quirky videos on his. Graham. And I thought that they are funny and cute, and I followed him, and he was like I wasn't following gay people 'cause I was in the closet. I felt like his was safe because he was doing these funny things and he called me back. And then I kinda just like message was like having fun you while you're like, you're super cute and seems really Swain, dick. Yeah. Here's my stats and a couple of picks. And I was like I'm going to be in New York. We should meet up, and we did we just got dinner and hit it off. And it was like three years ago. That's fabulous. That is lovely. Well, guess Gus Kenworthy guest guest guys? He's our guest Gus Kenworthy. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for the blanket and help yourself to his much of the captain crunch berries as your heart's desire..

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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"I don't know. I think that like sexual performances so based on chemistries, so it's kinda hard to say. I'm just getting I think I really. No, I think that you know, boxers can't have the Saturday. No. That's like a thing. Like people say like, oh, you you can't like a Jackie late for because you. Chee right. You're Chee gets a evacuate cheese, smells, terrific. Honey, gee, I think I would just think that it would be distracting, you know, yet. It's or having that ask. Yeah. I don't know. I mean, like, it's not something that I think about one way or another like, I don't have extra sex or masturbate or anything because I'm about to compete, but I also don't like withhold from it because I'm about to compete. Okay. All right. That's good to know go to the Olympics. When I hear dressing. And I'm the condom give her out. You host you host the Olympics. Drag is right. That is true. Now, when did you not I know your big fan of the drag race show on the program on television VH1. when did you first become aware of it? I very first became aware of the after the twenty fourteen Olympics, actually because of Miley Cyrus, and I met her because of the Olympics, and she invited me to a party here in California that there was a bunch of the drag queens, and I had like never seen a drag Queen. I was still in the closet and Romy condoms were used at that party forty thousand. And she told me about like, it's really great. Like you need to watch it. And I remember it was like, okay. And I kind of was like nervous to watch it because I was in the closet, and I think I was just I used to be so in the closet that like, I don't know. I didn't. I was too scared to read something I felt like it would like verify that. I was gay. And I was so scared of what that meant that it might turn you gay, right? Because our show is very powerful. It is known to actually the thing. I love about the show is that it doesn't appeal to just gay people. And I wish I would've known that. When I was in the closet because I've done random things I was in Kansas for an appearance for Toyota. And that's one of the factory was like, oh, I love I like fall you. And I love always seeing your your snaps host rupaul race viewing party. And I was like, oh my God idea. And there's other Gabor's in your how's it going? And he was like, oh, no. I'm not gay my wife, and I love the show. And I was like, oh my God this straight man in Kansas who's married watches repulsed drag race religiously. Yeah. And I love that. Judy Garland tattoo on his. He does you know. I I know that guy. Yeah. He's not that straight. Yeah. Like to know what it was that made you come out because you were later on in your life. Yeah. I mean, well, not really I'm super young. Are you on twenty six? Yeah. Yeah. But still it's Lino leader. Yeah. No. I was I was twenty three when I came out. And I had always thought that I was gonna come out after skiing. I was like I'm going to finish competing, and then I'm gonna come out, and it was mostly because I was just scared. It wasn't that. I was scared to a gay, man. I was scared. I was gonna lose sponsored scared out start getting judged badly, and like this career that I wanted to have was never gonna really blossom because this other thing was going to affect it. And it was kind of just the language in the sport. Like anytime. Something was bad, the judging the weather. It's like this is so gay. That's so gay. Everyone would like still say that people still say that. I mean, actually, I've noticed them since I've come out the other athletes, my sport like making an effort to not say it, which is pretty meaningful. But but yeah, I mean people would say like fag. People would say gay people would compliment you and then say, no homo, and I was like oh my God. I can't believe that I'm in this fucking sport. Right. And so I kind of like I'm just gonna finish my career. And then I'll come out and have a boyfriend, and I won't talk. To the people from the ski industry anymore..

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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"He did. And then. Didn't wear my big hair your judge now. And so now, okay. So you came out, and you didn't lose any sponsors. But did everybody know everybody on the team everybody new year gay? Nobody no one knew. No, I had told one of my friends, and like my best friend has the sport with me. And I had thought about telling him into fourteen during the Olympics. We were showing room together in in Russia. And I I was like really at that point where I wanted to tell them because I actually was considering coming out then in Russia in the face of the key legislation and everything, and I I remember like every night that we were there. I wanted to be like, hey, man. I talk to you. And I was just so nervous that I was going to affect his performance in some way, take his head out of the game. And like not have him skew. So I didn't tell him I told him, right? When we got back from Russia, and he was pretty much. The only skier that new I told a few friends like in the week leading up to the magazine coming out they did cover of ESPN, and I told them like. Hey, this is about to come out over friends. So I just felt like I should like tell you before everybody finds out. But obviously not that good offense that you already knew. Yeah. Yeah. No one really knows kind of a shock. And so I didn't know how people are gonna handle. Yeah. And that was in win. What year was that doesn't fifteen two thousand fifteen any scandalous Olympic village stories because there's always ones that you read about what are you talking about? I'm talking about like a back room or glory hole Olympic village. Shelly hole. They are you kidding? No. Could you imagine? Glory whole village. Please give her. But you're always reading these crazy things that happen in Olympic village. What lots of parties and crazy shit that goes down these athletes need time off when they're done competing or they're and they're ready to let off steam, I can tell you. Always thank you. I've always been a track. Mom, so I know. I've been to the Olympics twenty five times with my daughter. I mean kind of going into the Olympics and twenty fourteen they were like are you prepared for it to be wild? Because in London, they went through forty thousand condoms. Numbers forty thousand apparently. And so I was like I mean char- like they're like are you gonna break the record? And I was like we're gonna try. It really wasn't like that in the Winter Olympics. It's not as fun as the summer Olympic in summer. They do one ethic village, and it has every country every sport every house, and it's like, basically, like a mini city within whatever city sting it and the Winter Olympics because of the venues it's completely spread apart. So and so those four separate athlete villages and Korea there was too and they were an hour and a half away from one another and it's not really accessible. So you can hang out with people on the other sports and everyone's bundled up known showing off skin athletes in the winter games. Do do you feel like if you're having sex? You is your performance does your performance suffer sex the sex reform? I'm talking about on the slopes..

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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on The City

The City

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on The City

"It was falling in. There was a good gloss ability. If the quarry was not filled that part of hall stood would go directly into the bottom of the you know, two hundred feet into the bottom of the of the quarry filling Stearns quarry with debris from John Christopher's dumps solved. Two problems at once. Hauling quarry was a way of dealing with the Stearns Corey problem into remove a lot of stuff from the facility. This project may have also had special meaning for mayor Daley because Bridgeport was his neighborhood. He. Grew up in a red brick bungalow just a half mile or so from the quarry. Although Bridgeport today is home to a large number of Chinese and Mexican families. The neighborhood has long been mostly white an Irish Catholic and the seat of the Daley family's political power. In other words, the waste ship to Bridgeport a white neighborhood with ties to the dailies was transformed into a beautiful park the waste shipped out guilt gardens a poor black neighborhood without access to the halls of power was not. The transformation from limestone quarry to public park was actually alluded to in boss. A short lived TV show that was basically a thinly. Veiled dramatization of mayor. Richard m Daley's time in office Kelsey grammer starred as mayor Tom Kaine midway through season, one mayor Cain becomes embroiled in a political scandal that seems loosely based on the story of the north Lonsdale. Dumps mayor Kane had given the green light to an illegal dump that then poisoned the water supply of a nearby suburb. And now the town's residents are threatening to sue the city. As the media pounces on the story. Mayor Kane ducts their questions and goes back to his old neighborhood to find solace in his favourite local watering hole. He's known the bars owners since he was a political neophyte the two of them take a walk around palmesano park. Where trio of boys are standing by the water. Refer. Mornings. They come to watch the birds. Chemical dumps Buchan garden of. Before that. Somebody coming on convinced the city to build condos next to the fishing. Linda something else. In real life after the debris was removed from north Lonsdale. The lot that had been home to the mountain became an empty twenty one acre lot one of the biggest undeveloped parcels on Chicago's west side. So in nineteen ninety eight the city moved to buy the land and redevelop it and in order to redevelop the land the city began to try and convince the residents of north Lonsdale to let them turn it into something else as mayor Kane put it and that meant forcing out some of the residents who had lived through the worst of the dumping. Where they claimed he was going to be a big movie theater was back me. He's in a big movie theater. But every time we go to Chicago. He knew he'd never seen them. But if delay. I'm be teased. My wife while he made his move up. They really bait as move with nothing. That's next time on the city. The city is a production of USA today and is distributed in partnership with wondering you can subscribe to the show on apple podcasts. Spotify over every you're listening right now, if you like the show these rate and review us, be sure to tell your friends about us our show this week was reported and produced by Wilson Sayer Jenny Kaas Sam Greenspan and me Robin EMA this episode was edited.

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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on The City

The City

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on The City

"Credit. You get new trucks real business. They were not getting as many contracts from the city. Either local news reports from the time said that black owned firms got just fourteen percent of city contracts, even though black people then made up about thirty seven percent of Chicago's population. And city contracts were where some of the real money was. A city contract for hauling waste or sludge as Jackson jokingly calls it could be worth millions of dollars. And we realize this is legit flood. If you own the trucks, but said, sludges fudge if you're on the truck, you'll trucks what does that mean that is concerned dirty work? If you'll drugs is very lucrative business. The way Reverend Jackson tells it when he learned about operation, silver shovel and the mountain of debris in a black Westside neighborhood. He realized the cleanup presented a unique opportunity a potential silver lining to a really bad situation. John Christopher had dumped in a black neighborhood, and he had helped take down black politicians. And if you recall he'd done it in part by scheming to get contracts intended for black owned businesses. It was one of the scams he had used debris. The alderman Jackson did not fight for compensation. For people from north Lonsdale whose homes had been damaged or whose children had been harmed. But someone was going to get paid to clean up that site and Reverend Jackson believed that if anyone was going to make money off the site. Now, it should be black owned businesses ROY remove the community goes on going to be in good. Lucrative job. Someone to have the job better them. He reasoned than white owned firms like Lindahl brothers firms that had been responsible for the dumping in the first place. Ooh. One in from local news and community. From removing was you lose have the right to get paid for moving. So in January nineteen Ninety-six as Lindo brothers was removing its portion of debris from the site. Reverend Jackson came forward with a proposal. He wanted the city to hire black owned trucking firms to clean up the rest of the dumps. But according to Jackson mayor Richard m Daley was hesitant to sign onto the plan. Roseling? There was resistance because. Those who use a good. He's gonna job demanding there to get them. And the we demanded the right of that system. We reached out to former mayor Daley for comment, but he didn't respond. So Jackson turned to the same kinds of protest tactics. That had worked for him time and time again an impressive display of solidarity and power. The Northland residents could have used years before Roma's trucks. And the men removers una frigid Saturday in early February nineteen Ninety-six dozens of diesel trucks and bulldozers lined up along Drexel boulevard around the corner from Jesse Jackson southside office black truckers had plastered. There rigs with signs that read we want our fair share and hire us to clean up the dump. Then in a slow deliberate processional the convoy headed for north Lonsdale do full mile trip across the city, drove in miles. Now would just folks and practice and trailers and stirs the we land the and move across the city stop Trevor with rows. This mobile protest of black truckers was meant to draw attention and to prove that they were capable of the cleanup LaRussa could remove bad. Dumpsters and trailers and trucks and drivers and everything was required. Jackson led the caravan as they drove they were followed by police escort. Onlookers raised their fists in a gesture of solidarity. When the trucks arrived in north Lonsdale. They encircled the dump and blasted their horns, they were not given a warm. Welcome window brothers was still in the process of removing its portion of the debris. Knowing the caravan was headed, it's way, the company had blocked the entrance to the site with a three-foot mound of dirt and a pair of bulldozers..

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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Do with with this restorative justice model that they've they've implemented it at north lonsdale prep do we know that those that that restorative justice and peer to peer empathy based training works the evidence is already there and we also know that background checks and many of the other gun policy proposals that are up right now we know that they work we know we're out of time i just want to ask you really quickly it's been suggested most notably by the students from parkland that it's time for us to stop reporting the names of the shooter's that that's aggravating the situation what are your thoughts on that i think we should expose them the people need to know who is the cause behind the affect you know china brushing under the world y'all been doing it for so many years and having gotten us anywhere you know so not standing name is basically you kinda taken up for you know they need to be exposed they need this is what you did and you have to take the fall for it my heart is we i agree i think it's more important than we talk about the victims you try to find out what brought them to this point we you can't learn if you're hiding it if you're not looking into it it breaks my heart that we as adults are letting you kids down because really we can't solve this problem they're telling us what to do and no one's doing anything so what is our next step what do we do part of the peace where we like to attack the internal violence before it gets to the external violence so we talked to them about well why why would you some type of way what was the main cause because there's always a route to the 'cause you know in a lot of people said realize that you no one no one wakes up one day and decides going to shoot up a school without having the actual reason you know when people fail to realize they just say oh you saw the school just because but as peace waves we don't attack the person we attacked the force that causes that so we we more so focused on the internal violence before the x you are an amazing human being do you know that thank you you really are her name is audrey right i'm sure we'll see her running a city or country you're really great at this she has peace warriors going on at north lonsdale college prep is there more is there a place we can send people to find out about peace warriors is there some way that other kids at other schools can start something similar we actually had partnerships around the city of chicago with different high schools and middle schools we have a program that's getting ready to start up next month where we actually will be sending peace worries around the city of chicago to train different groups trained different high schools but i mean if someone wants to find more about peace where they can come to our school that's where the action happens it so they could talk to me or they could talk to mr gerald smith no website though audrey not as audrey and her team are very involved in march for our lives and and the larger organizing group so if anybody reaches out to march for lives that in chicago they will eventually connect with audrey and many folks like march file absa cargo brave face vajna we have a lot of good yeah great and phil i know we had you on today because of the laurie dann shooting but please come and visit us when we have more time and we can discuss this again we'd really love that to happen i look forward to it thank you so much good luck to you audrey audrey right from northland college prep and fell andrew director of violence prevention initiatives for the archdiocese of chicago thank you so much and good luck in your in your fight thank you it's bill leff it's wendy snyder at seven twenty wgn i want to talk about.

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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Obi mj barclay dirk berg these are great players in here's how their careers ended often sad hobbling at times pathetic and these were you and i are old enough moses malone was a monster a keen to me dominated shack had to head so when i look at how nba mvp's and their career it is sad it is lonely it is injured i didn't lebron is gonna have a great final four years i don't think this series is an i think it'll disappear into the ether when boston gets crushed by the warriors and a foul i think only larry bird in that group this off the top of my head is at a comparable age to lebron we get lonsdale thirty three and so michael jordan thirty three was really good at a lot of these guys at thirty three in a you know magic had a health issue hiv so lebron is still young and so it's thirty seven thirty eight if he hangs around that long we don't know what that could look like you know so i get your comparison but the bronze still pretty young and i you know when you speak honestly about lebron people think you're being very negative and i'm not but if he keeps playing better at an older age eventually people are going to be like is this very bonds is this lance armstrong that question's gonna get add yeah because we've seen a lot of human beings throughout the history of the world and they generally speaking don't get better daves thirty four thirty five thirty six thirty seven and this was arguably lebron's most effective year thirty three i buy it i i i'm not accusing of anything i buy that he sacrifice this must be this good at as thirty three but if he gets as thirty five thirty six and he's still playing like this then it's going to raise my bras finally the packers were seen as a destination for dez bryant and they're not interested he is talented he's not a number one the ravens were interested in then backed off why can't he find a job he can't find a job because he's delusional right now and you know he's had so much talent coming out of college and the cowboys cater to him and try to help him as best they could but desert retorted twitter this morning lashing out at.

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"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on The Mindset Advantage Poker Podcast

The Mindset Advantage Poker Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"m. s lonsdale" Discussed on The Mindset Advantage Poker Podcast

"So far when you were thinking of utilising coker's a tool what made you think of poker because oversee you hadn't really been in cards in any way a tool was it a tv show was it subsidiary movie you'd see in was at a friend recommending it up the itchy how did added to come about now i'm our air but the first lonsdale when having a question when i'm looking for threatening project is a read because i think as s late learn about literally any gotten in so i ended up reading john bryan roy men's theory of gains because one of the first things that comes to mind when you're thinking it out skill and chances came gary that's one of the few models that we have for understanding of how chance can actually be rationalized and put in or logical framework and when i started reading this or small was really hard going on not actually trying to recommend the spooked anyone but i had no idea that by man actually crafted game dairy from hooker so he was an avid poker player and he decided that if he could solve poker she would have a framework for thinking about some of the most complex decisions in the world so we have this man was can one of the genius as kind of a brilliant on math of the 20th century doesn't just brain reindeer age doesn't just theory which could be called brain their h but it also sultan on hydrogen bomb one of the fathers of the modern computer and he thinks poker is kind of akita everything and the way he explained admit a lot of sense to me he said you know chess ziyambe complete information he played chess as well so to me it's actually quite useless when it comes to understanding human decisionmaking because human decisionmaking is again incomplete information never know what other people know what they're thinking and everyone has different incentives and in poker there's obviously bluffing and there's.

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