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Aunt Retells the Tragic Story of J6 Defendant Matthew Perna
"Rest of your holiday weekend and please enjoy the show. Well if you listen to my show before I don't know if you just tuned in or when you tuned in but I was telling a story about these new January 6 videos which now clearly tell an entirely different side of the story I said a lot of stuff happened on that day we've talked about it candidly fairly on this show for a very long time what bothers me is the left was looking to hide an entirely different side of what happened that day not us it was them doing because they don't want you to see the entire story they want you to see what just died and one of the stories is about a really tragic case of a gentleman named Matthew Perna and here to discuss that is a good friend and a real warrior his aunt Jerry thanks a lot for taking the time we really appreciate you coming on today thank you for having me on well we met through police tapes this movie we did and I remember seeing you on the Dinesh had sent me kind of a screener rough cut of the movie and I'm watching you talk about Matthew and what happened to Matthew and my wife I looked over and she couldn't take it neither could I it was such a horrible story if you could tell the audience what happened with Matthew let's and yeah just just tell them what happened your your version of it is really kind of tough to listen to but everyone needs to hear it well Matt went to the Capitol on January 6th he thought going he to was be part of a celebration that day the crowd was big and he got you know into the crowd and it was announced that Mike Pence had certified the election results it wasn't exactly what what he had planned and as the crowd moved forward they went to the Capitol and he was in a huge crowd of people people and he did go in he went inside a door that had been previously opened he walked around inside the building filming from his phone and he walked out he went back to his hotel he made a live Facebook video talking about the day the video is still visible on our website he was very calm and cool just talking about the day and he he made a comment that he said Mike Pence proved himself to be a traitor today and he said but don't worry don't worry this isn't over yet and that was basically the way he said it and about a week or so later I'm sitting on my couch in Florida maps up in Pennsylvania and I saw a post Facebook that said the FBI had posted pictures of people from January 6 so I clicked on the link and I was scrolling through the photos and lo and behold there's Matt's picture and I was speechless I didn't know what to do so I called one of my brothers up in Pennsylvania and I said you need to go to Matt's house first thing in the morning his picture is on the FBI website so six o 'clock in the morning warning my brother shows up at Matt's house and Matt already knew that his picture was there and he and he had contacted a retired police officer and asked him what he should do he told him to call the local office saw the FBI in Newcastle Pennsylvania so at nine o 'clock in the morning that's exactly what Matt did and Matt seriously thought this was all a huge misunderstanding he just needed to explain that he didn't hurt anybody he didn't break anything and he thought this would be resolved and so the FBI came out to talk to him and I had a couple of my brothers there present as witnesses and they listened to Matt's story and they made it seem like yeah I was just a misunderstanding and they left and Matt called me and I said you know I don't like the sound of this I said I'm coming home so I a got on plane and I flew home that week and I said we need to get you a lawyer and we did we got him a lo lawyer and and behold the FBI showed up and arrested Matt that week while I was there and they took him in and they processed him and they may let him go he was not placed in custody he was told he had to report to somebody if he were to leave the was charged with four misdemeanors the regular ones the rating disorderly and conduct and we met with his attorney his attorney said oh this is nothing this is just a slap on the wrist you've never been arrested for anything before don't worry about it I've got this well then they slapped 220 of the J sixers with the felony charge of obstruction of an official proceeding and that's when it got serious but his attorney was still saying don't worry this is this is nothing so somebody sent me video that they had of matt outside of the capitol at 2 55 in the afternoon and I says well that's almost 45 minutes after congress adjourned you hadn't even gone inside yet he said no so I thought well there's your evidence right there it's right there on video you didn't go inside you didn't obstruct anything so I sent it to his attorney and his attorney said it nope doesn't matter they said he was there so it was an obstruction and and that video isn't going to help so this was a start of a nightmare a nightmare watching matt worry and deteriorate because the newspaper facebook social media everybody was brutal they were showing the video from january six that everybody has seen countless times and calling it an insurrection and matt's community turned against him his business which he ran through social media was taken away from him all of the accounts were he disabled and didn't want to leave his house anymore and he would have meetings with his attorney that were you would have to go into the attorney's office and they would meet with the judge via zoom because of the whole covid mess and they would cancel those meetings at the very last minute every and postpone them and it would just wear on him because he would prepare himself mentally what he was going to say and they would say up it's been canceled and this went on for quite some time and um that was deteriorating something awful he no longer ran he was a runner he gave away his television because he couldn't stand to see the news anymore with his picture on his dad was who is my oldest brother has parkinson's disease and it was affecting him something awful and matt felt very guilty about the effect it had on his dad and as the year was coming to a close it was almost christmas matt had lost a ton of wait he was vomiting blood at this point and he told his attorney just i just need this to be over what's the best way for this to be over his attorney said plead guilty you're looking at six to twelve months in a federal prison camp minimum security and matt says okay what then i'll that's do and matt was going to he told me i'll turn it into a positive he said i'll teach my fellow inmates help them get their geds i'll work on another degree for myself at the time matt was very intelligent and very giving so that was settled and the hearing was scheduled for march the third and a week before the hearing matt called his attorney and he said i just have a bad feeling it's just a counseling came over me so that's the day my mother died march the third his attorney says well matt i have bad case they've postponed your your hearing again to april fool's day and the prosecution is looking to add a sentencing enhancement of terrorism and this could have taken matt's sentence to nine years in jail matt called me on the phone sobbing that day uncontrollably sobbing sobbing i could not hardly understand him he kept telling me he he loved me kept apologizing to me for losing all of my friends because i lost every friend i almost almost everyone i ever had over this and i told him don't worry we're going to get through this together don't worry god's not going to let you go to jail i promise you this and he told me he loved me i told him i loved
Fresh update on "matt." discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia
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Shocking Video Reveals Hidden Truth of January 6th Incident
"Dan Bongino. Well, if you listen to my show before, I don't know if you just tuned in when you tuned in. But I was telling a story about these these new January six videos, which now clearly tell an entirely different side of the story. I said a lot of stuff happened on that day. We've talked about it fairly candidly on this show for a very long time. What bothers me is the left was looking to hide an entirely different side of what happened that day. Not us. It was them doing that. It's because they don't want you to see the entire story. They want you to see what just happened on one side. And one of the stories is about a really tragic case of a gentleman named Matthew Perna. And here to discuss that is a good friend and real warrior, his aunt, Jerry Perna. Jerry, thanks a lot for taking the time. We really appreciate you coming different on story. Well, thank you for having me on. Well, we met through Xtapes, this movie we did. And I remember seeing you on the, Dinesh had sent me kind of a screener rough cut of the movie. And I'm watching you talk about Matthew and what happened to Matthew my and wife. I looked over and she couldn't take it. Neither could I. It was such a horrible story. If you could tell the audience what happened with Matthew and just tell them what happened, your, your version of it is really kind of tough to listen to, but everyone needs to hear. Well, Matt went the to Capitol on January 6th. He thought he was going to be part of a celebration that day. The crowd was was big and he got into the crowd and it was announced that Mike Pence had certified the election results. It wasn't exactly what he had planned. And as the crowd moved forward, they the went to Capitol and he was in a huge crowd of people and he did go in. He went inside a had door been that previously had opened. He walked around inside the building filming from his phone and he walked out. He went back to his hotel. He made a live Facebook video talking about the day. The video is still visible on our website. He was very calm and cool just talking about the day. He made a comment that he said Mike Pence proved himself to be a traitor today. And he said, but don't worry. Don't worry. This isn't over yet. And basically the way he said it. And about a week or so later, I'm sitting on my couch in Florida. That's up in Pennsylvania. And I saw Facebook posts that said the FBI had posted pictures of people from January 6th. So I clicked on the link and I was scrolling through the photos. lo And and behold, there's Matt's picture. And I was speechless. I didn't know what to do. So I called I called one of my brothers up in Pennsylvania and I said, you need to go to Matt's house first thing in the morning. His picture is on the FBI website. So six o 'clock in the morning, my brother shows up at Matt's house and Matt already that knew his picture was there. And he had contacted a retired police officer and asked him what he should do. And he told him to call the local office of the FBI in Newcastle, Pennsylvania. So at nine o 'clock in the morning. That's exactly what Matt did. And Matt seriously thought this was all a huge understanding. He just needed to explain that he didn't hurt anybody. He didn't break anything. And he thought this would be resolved. And so the FBI came out to talk to him and I had a couple of my brothers there present as witnesses. And they listened to Matt's story and they made it seem like, yeah, it was just a misunderstanding. And they left and Matt called me and I said, you know, I don't like sound the of this. I said, I'm coming home. So I got on a plane and I flew home that week. I said, we need to get you a lawyer. And we did. We got him a lawyer and lo and behold, the FBI showed up and arrested Matt that week while I was there. And they took him in and they processed him and then they let him go. He was not placed in custody. He was told he had to report to somebody if he were to leave the area. And, um, and he was charged with form for misdemeanors, the regular ones, the parading and disorderly conduct. And, um, we met with his attorney. His attorney said, Oh, this is nothing. This is just a slap on the list. You've never been arrested for anything before. Don't worry about it. I've got this. Well, then they slapped 220 of the J fixers with the felony charge of obstruction of an official proceeding. And that's when it got serious. But attorney his was still saying, don't worry. This is, this is nothing. So somebody sent me video that they had of Matt outside of the Capitol at two 55 in the afternoon. says, And I well, that's almost 45 minutes after Congress adjourned. You hadn't even gone inside yet. And so I thought, well, there's your evidence right there. It's right there on video. You didn't go inside. You didn't obstruct anything. So I sent it to his attorney and attorney said, Nope, it doesn't matter. They said he was there. So it was an obstruction and that video isn't going to help. So this was a start of nightmare. a A nightmare watching Matt worry and deteriorate because the newspaper, Facebook, social media, everybody was brutal. They were showing the video from January six that everybody has seen countless times and calling it an insurrection. And that's community turned against him. Um, his business, which he ran through social media, um, was taken away from him. All of his accounts were disabled and it was house anymore. And he would have meetings with his attorney that were, he would have to go into the attorney's office and they they would meet with the judge via zoom because of the whole COVID mess. And they would cancel those meetings at the very last minute, every single time and postpone them. And it would just wear in him. Cause he would prepare himself mentally what he was going to say. And they would say, Oh, it's been canceled. And this went on for quite some time. And, um, Matt was deteriorating something awful. He no longer ran. He was a runner. Um, he gave away his television cause he couldn't stand to see the news anymore with his picture on it. His dad was who is my oldest brother has Parkinson's disease and it was affecting him something awful. And Matt felt felt very guilty about the effect it had on his dad. And as the year was coming to a close, it was almost Christmas. Matt had lost a ton of weight. He was vomiting at this point. And he told his attorney, I just need this to be over. What's the best way for this to be over his attorney said, plead guilty. You're looking at six to 12 months in a federal prison minimum security. And mass is okay. Then that's what I'll do. And Matt was going to, he told me, I'll turn it into a positive. He said, I'll teach my fellow inmates, help them get their GEDs. I'll work on another degree for self at the time that was very intelligent and very giving. So that was settled. And the hearing was scheduled for March the third. And a week before the hearing, Matt called his attorney and he said, I just have a bad feeling. It's just a bad feeling came over me. So that's the day my mother died March the third. And his attorney says, well, Matt, I have bad news. They've postponed your, your hearing again to April fool's day. And the prosecution is looking to add a of sentencing enhancement terrorism. And this could have taken Matt's sentence to nine years in jail. Matt called me on the phone sobbing that day, uncontrollably sobbing, sobbing. I couldn't hardly understand him. He kept telling me he loved me. He kept apologizing to me for losing all of my friends. Cause I lost every friend. I almost, almost everyone I ever had over this. And I told him, don't worry. We're going to get through this together. Don't worry. God's not going to let you go to jail. I promise you this. And he told me he loved me. I told him I loved him. And that And I, I can't tell you the devastation that our family has felt. We're a big Italian family. We're very close. We never had any of our nephews or nieces ever in trouble before. And, um, now that some of this video evidence came out this past week, and it seemed I didn't even know it was on Twitter. Somebody messaged me and said, this looks like your nephew. And there's Matt walking calmly through the Capitol past six Capitol police officers just standing there
Fresh update on "matt." discussed on She Podcasts
"Thank you. I appreciate that. And then the other thing that I'm wearing today, I didn't put it on my lips because also the same little guy can go on my eyes, on my cheeks, on my lips. And it all looks very different. Like it doesn't look like I'm wearing the same color. It has a different tone to it. But we're on my lips right now. I am wearing I think one of my key favorite things this year are the give. Is that how you say it? Give? It's GXVE. But yeah, give sounds right to me. Give beauty line, which is Gwen Stefani's beauty line. And I love her matte liquid lipsticks. And I'm wearing one right now that you can't really actually see very much. It's very like it's not the best. So what I've learned is for everyday life and long wear, this color that I'm wearing right now is perfect because it looks very natural. You can't really even see that I'm wearing anything on my face. But if I'm doing video, I can't do that. So if I'm doing a video, I do need to have high. How do you say it when it has a lot of color? There's a word for that. Pigment pigmentation. Yes. So when I am doing video, I have to use this makeup, but I have to wear highly pigmented matte lipstick because it's the best. It looks the best on video that I'm creating. That's like end user, right? Because there's so much light on my face. It totally drowns out my face. So I have to like wear really powerful makeup. And even then it doesn't even look that it doesn't even look like I'm wearing that much. But for lipsticks, I love her color, the red that she has there that I'm going to be linking to. I forgot the name of it. It's called fishnets. It looks so good on my face and my skin. It is a blue red. It's a super amazing blue red red on my face. And I adore it so much. Oh, and the other reason why I only wear the matte lipsticks when I'm doing any kind of video and or like podcasting where I have to be fancy and I know it's going out is because if I wear any of the lip glosses and or moisturizing makeup, it starts to run a little bit and it doesn't stay put. And I need to make sure that it stays on my face because especially when I'm doing video, sometimes it takes me an hour plus to record one short video. And so once it's edited together, I want my makeup to stay and look the same. Yeah. So I don't want it usually the moisturizing. We do a setting spray to like an Urban Decay or like a Charlotte Tilbury setting spray. And that will at least keep this part like I do like gloss on camera. I'm one of those people, but it doesn't run per se. But like if it's if it's pigmented, you know, then I agree. You should have matte. The reason I don't like that just lip gloss is because I don't like the reflection on my lips with the camera hitting it with the lights hitting it. I don't like that because it starts to draw my attention too much to my lips. And I don't I just don't like that. I'd rather have it stay put. So anyway, those are some of my but I really love. Oh, and the other thing that one last thing that I'm going to say is I didn't go for any higher end things because I'm not here to spend all the money on makeup. It's not something that I I would rather spend all the money on my tech. And I know, yeah, I like that better than the makeup stuff. So I need stuff that is cost effective that I can use and replace. And it's not going to hit me in the middle of my stomach when I run out of that's one of the reasons the nude the veil that I use for nude sticks. It's very cost effective at thirty six dollars. Anything else that's like that in most brands starts at fifty for the same amount and or less. And I'd rather not.
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Fresh update on "matt." discussed on Sound ON
"If I dropped this thing, that would make some some noise. I'm not going to know they're telling me in the studio, Joe, don't do it. They're Let's bring in Nick Mulvaney. I can only imagine what's going through his mind, although he might have been on the phone with Kevin McCarthy just last night. Insiders insider on the Republican side, certainly from the house to the White House. Mick, it's great to see you. Everyone's asking what it means to have Kevin McCarthy leave the house. And of course, well, it's not speaker anymore, but it does speak pretty loudly the day after Patrick McHenry announced his plans to not run for reelection. What do you make of this? Hey, Joe, where do you start? It is that kind of day where Matt in your office me calls on my cell phone and said, have you seen Twitter and you're
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Let's hit it! Here is Tangent's original wallet we fully reviewed together on the channel, which you can check out by clicking on the link above. And this is their latest sleek matte black design with some interesting new features. Side by side, both cards are the same shape and size, however the new one is more sturdy with some nice weight to it. Tangent compiled a list of the most requested features by users and implemented them in their new Tangent wallet card. One of the main differences being three different options for private key generation versus only one. So in addition to using the certified true random number generator, TRNG, which generates and stores the keys inside the card's chips, where neither Tangent nor anyone else can see what it is and no copies exist in space and time outside of the Tangent wallet cards. Now with the new wallet cards, we have the option of generating a seed phrase with the Tangent mobile app and importing it to the cards, and also the option of importing an existing seed phrase from another wallet. Cool stuff. So it's important to note that if we create the wallet without the seed phrase option, generating a seed phrase will not be possible later. So we need to carefully consider the pros and cons of each option and decide which one we are most comfortable with long term. Tangent creates a seed phrase through their app on your phone, a hot device connected to the internet, which is not ideal if your phone has malware on it has been compromised or similar. So if we do decide to create a seed phrase for our Tangent wallet, or if we decide to import a seed phrase from an existing wallet, consider disconnecting from any Wi -Fi networks and switching your phone into airplane mode to make sure the process is more secure. Do not take a screenshot of the seed phrase. Instead, write it down on a few pieces of paper to store securely in different locations in case of something like a fire, flood or similar, and then get something more durable than paper immediately for the long term. There are some great offline options for storing the private keys like the crypto steel capsule solo offered by Ledger. This is a solid steel capsule to protect your seed phrase designed to resist extreme conditions. And the BILFODL also is offered by Ledger. BILFODL is a solid steel case to store and protect your seed phrase designed to resist fire, water and more. With cold wallets like Ledger and Trezor devices, the creation of the 12 or 24 word seed phrase is done offline, which is more ideal and secure. However, vulnerabilities and security risks are still present because, as we've discussed in several videos on the channel, if anyone has access to your seed phrase, like if they came across them written on a piece of paper or had access to a Ledger crypto steel capsule or BILFODL with the seed phrase, or if you stored it on a device that can be hacked like your computer, cell phone, or if a scammer tricks you by pretending to be Ledger, Trezor or similar, sending you a fake email or directing you to a fake site and instruct you to give them your seed phrase by lying and saying your funds need to be recovered or something like that, then all the funds on your wallet will be gone. So seed phrases are designed to help us with self custody and to manage our cryptocurrencies and digital assets more easily and restore any lost access to our funds. However, like we just discussed, there are risks. And even if you decided to try and remember it by heart or mix up some of the words, if you unfortunately suffered a brain injury, memory lapse or similar, that's also a risk of completely losing access to your funds. So think about this. Cryptocurrency private keys are generated by elaborate mathematical algorithms where data is encrypted many, many times using a huge amount of computing power. And then the most important key is then just converted into a 12 word seed phrase that can be used by anyone anywhere at any time to steal everything. Right. Important things to consider. So do your own research and never put your eggs or crypto all in one basket or even several of the same types of baskets. Diversification in investments is just as important as diversification of the same type of assets, like spreading cash into several different banks and spreading crypto across different types of wallets. Diversify some digital assets into seed phrase based cold storage hardware wallets like Ledger and Trezor and also diversify some digital assets in different technologically based wallets like BC Vault or Tangent Wallet. With Tangent Wallet, instead of a seed phrase as the only way to backup our cryptocurrency, backup copies of the wallet are created and used on the other Tangent Wallet cards. So let's say we have our Tangent Wallet card and two backup cards. We can store them in different geographical locations in case we need to restore access to our digital assets. And if anyone happens to come across the card or steals the card and even downloads the Tangent Wallet app and tries to access our funds, an additional security layer is necessary, which is where we encrypt our wallets with an access code by creating our unique series of numbers or letters or similar to a PIN code or passphrase. And to protect the wallet from brute force attacks, after each wrong password attempt, an increasing amount of time delay between each attempt is executed. So our crypto remains secure. Amazing. The other new features we will explore apply to both the first and latest versions of the Tangent cards as updates to the Tangent Mobile Wallet app and overall user experience. This includes a new dark mode where we can navigate through the mobile app comfortably in low light environments. So it's easier on the eyes when using it at night or in the dark. It also looks a lot cooler as you can see here on some screenshots. With the new update, we can now sort and group our cryptocurrencies and tokens however we want, whether it be by balance, by blockchain network, like cryptocurrencies on the Ethereum network versus Polygon or similar, or manually in whatever order we prefer to see them. Tangent added an extra layer of protection with an option to hide our balances when the app is open to keep our crypto holdings more discreet without us having to sacrifice convenience if others are close by and can see our phone screen. And they also added an option to turn off access code recovery, which increases security. We can now monitor price changes over the past 24 hours of all of our assets directly in the app to help us make informed decisions during crazy dynamic markets. There is rapid access to buying, selling or hiding a token by tapping and holding it on the home screen. Bitcoin and Ethereum transaction histories also display directly in the app without us having to check third parties like Block Explorer, Etherscan or similar. And Tangent is working on adding more blockchain networks in future updates. Tangent now offers 24x7x365 support so they can answer any questions we may have or guide us on how to properly do crypto transactions with Tangent Wallet no matter what time it is or what time zone we are in, which is huge for beginners just getting in the space. More features are on the horizon like a market data feature directly inside the app, an address book, cross -chain swaps, staking and more support for more blockchains. Brilliant. Now let's transfer some cryptocurrencies off of exchanges to our Tangent Wallet together so we can get more comfortable with the process as well as transfer some back to the exchange to practice for our profit -taking strategy in the next bull run, which you can learn more about in this video guide by clicking on the link above. And after that, we will learn how to connect our Tangent Wallets to Web3 applications like Morales Money, a platform for finding undervalued altcoins before they pump in the next bull cycle. So stay tuned to the very end to learn more about becoming your own bank with complete control and ownership over your digital asset investments simply and easily with Tangent Wallet and a very important free tool we can use when interfacing with Web3 to further protect our funds. Nice. Let's move some Bitcoin we have on our Coinbase account off of the exchange together to hold in our very own cold storage hardware wallet, Tangent Wallet. Open the Tangent app, tap scan card, scan the card, and enter the access code. Scan the card again. And from here on the dashboard, press and hold Bitcoin, then tap copy address. Next, open the Coinbase exchange app, tap the send button, tap Bitcoin, paste the Tangent Bitcoin wallet address into the to field, and tap continue. Enter the amount of Bitcoin we want to send. I always recommend sending a small amount as a test first to make sure everything is good to go. So in this case, we are sending $100 worth of Bitcoin. Tap preview, make sure everything looks good, then tap send now, and it's on its way. In a few minutes or so, when we open our Tangent Wallet app, we will see the $100 worth of Bitcoin that we now completely own and control. Repeat the same process for any other type of cryptocurrency by copying the corresponding address on Tangent Wallet, also making sure we select the right network. Like for example, with Tether, there are many other available networks like Ethereum versus BNB Smart Chain versus Solana and more. And then repeat the same similar process on any other exchange we may have crypto on by using the send function, pasting the address in the recipient field, and checking to make sure everything looks good before sending. The process is actually much easier and simpler than most people think that are new to crypto. And it's a lot like riding a bike. I can try to explain how to ride a bike to you, show you how to ride a bike, and you can read about riding a bike. However, at the end of the day, you need to get on the bike and ride it for yourself to learn. So start practicing transferring to and from different exchanges and wallets to prepare for the next face -melting bull cycle so you can take profits and potentially change your life with some nice gains. And if you want to explore a simple tool any of us can reference to increase the probability of us making gains by buying and selling altcoins at the right time, check out this video guide all about the Morales Moneyline charting tool by clicking on the link above. Great. Now let's transfer crypto from our Tangent Wallet back to Coinbase exchange to practice for when we want to lock in profits by converting it to fiat and transferring it to our bank accounts. Note that you can take profit in stablecoins directly on the Tangent Wallet app without transferring it by tapping on the token, tapping exchange, entering the amount, and tapping swap. There's also an option to sell for fiat using moon pay if we tap sell. However, you will have to set up an account with them which is a good idea so we have multiple options to trade and sell crypto when the market is hot as some exchanges get overwhelmed, freeze transactions, prevent withdrawals, etc. So open the Coinbase exchange app, tap receive, select the crypto, for example Ethereum on the Ethereum network, tap copy, then open the Tangent Wallet app. On the dashboard, tap and hold Ethereum, then tap send. Paste the Ethereum network wallet address from Coinbase in the address field. Select the amount of Ether to send, which as usual start with a small amount to test first to make sure it works, then tap send. After a few minutes or so, depending on how busy the network or exchange are, it will show up on the exchange and from there you can sell it for your country's currency and then transfer it to your bank account. Amazing. Now let's connect our Tangent Wallet to a Web3 application so we can start using decentralized platforms like Morales Money. But first it's extremely important to make sure we are accessing the correct and official sites as well as understanding exactly what is going to happen when we sign transactions to avoid losing all of our funds from a scammer or hacker using a free browser extension called WalletGuard. I've been using it over the past year and it's been working great, popping up warnings, helping check everything out before transacting, so it's definitely worth checking out and giving it a go whether we are new or experienced in the space. For example, if we start interacting with smart contracts like for minting NFTs, when accessing the site, WalletGuard's phishing protection layer executes and warns you if the website might be harmful, if it was created recently, and if it has a low trust score and if we do proceed to do so with caution. And when we do, before attempting to verify a transaction with our wallet, a second layer of protection is executed with a clear human readable warning about what exactly will happen if you decide to proceed with a transaction, like if it's going to drain your wallet instead of actually mint an NFT. This feature alone would have saved me from losing over $20 ,000 when minting an NFT on a fake lookalike website back in the last bull cycle. Absolutely insane. It can also detect and will notify you if the site is making multiple attempts to interact with your wallet, trying to hack and steal funds. So, WalletGuard is a must have as a crypto investor, so make sure to scroll down and use the link below to access the correct and official site to download WalletGuard's free extension to protect your wallet and crypto assets today. Seriously, it takes like 10 seconds and if you'd like to see a video guide all about how it works, click on the link above. Nice. Now that we've got an added layer of protection to keep our wallets and funds more secure when interacting with Web3 apps, let's learn how to connect our Tangem wallet to a Web3 app called Morales Money. Make sure to use the link in the description area below to access the correct and official site, as well as redeem any special offers they have for us. Before connecting, open the Tangem app, tap Manage Tokens at the bottom, tap BNB and make sure the BNB Beacon Chain and BNB Smart Chain options are enabled. That way the connection to Morales Money platform goes more smoothly. Using the link below, when we arrive at the site, we can see a screen full of crypto bubbles that show us which altcoins are up versus down in the latest price action. And in the top right hand corner, click on the Sign Up Login button, then click Login via Wallet. Here we can see a secure login screen where we can click Connect, then click on the option called Wallet Connect here, and then we will see this QR code. Next, open the Tangem wallet app, tap on the three dots in the top right hand corner of the screen, then tap Wallet Connect, tap the Add icon in the top right hand corner, then hold your phone facing the QR code on the Morales Money screen. On the Tangem app, you will see a message, tap Start, and next on the Morales Money screen, we just need to click the Verify button. Then on the Tangem wallet app, on the message that pops up, tap Sign. Enter your access code, tap the Tangem card to your phone, and on the Morales Money screen, enter your email address, and now you're connected to the Morales Money Web3 app. This is a platform with a lot of different functionalities that helps us with finding new altcoins, trading them, and much much more, which you can learn all about in this video walkthrough by clicking on the link above. Just to give you an overview of what we can do with our Tangem wallets connected to Morales Money, we can check out our wallet balances by clicking on this profile picture in the top right hand corner and then clicking My Wallet. And here we can view all of our tokens, and under the NFT tab, we can also view any NFTs on our wallets. Nice. And on the navigation menu at the top of the screen, if we click Swap, then click on the dropdown that says Trading Account, we can click Main Account, which opens up our wallet. And if we click Swap, we can select a token to sell from our wallet to buy another token on the Ethereum, Binance, or Polygon blockchain networks. All straight on the blockchain without having to transfer tokens to and from centralized exchanges. Very neat. On Morales Money, we can also go to the Explore Coins option and choose a predetermined filter like Top Recently Minted Coins with Experienced Buyers. And if one of the tokens seems interesting and you want to gamble on some, click on it. And on the right here, we can instantly swap tokens in our wallet to the new token directly on chain. There are a ton of other interesting tools and tricks on the Morales Money platform with many more to come. So if you're interested in checking it out, be sure to scroll down and use links below to sign up. If you would like to learn more about Morales Money and how it can help us potentially make life -changing gains in altcoins, check out this video. If you would like to watch a video guide about how crypto wallets, seed phrases, and private keys work, check out this video. And to get your very own Tangent wallet, click on the link in the screen. Like and subscribe for more. Be safe out there.
Fresh update on "matt." discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"Is December 6th. What a day December 6 is. All right. We got Simone Foxman sitting in Matt in for Miller, who was on a paternity lease. We're going to have Simone Foxman for the next couple of days. No, just today. But I'll be back. Don't worry. Don't worry. That's all we got. Coming up, we've got the big bank CEOs down in DC testifying in front of the Senate Banking Committee. They're giving their testimony right now. When it gets to Q &A, the juicy part, bring we'll that to you. We're also going to kind of preview what we might see here from those CEOs. We got some smart people going to join us here. Shree Nanarajan, he covers all of Wall Street. He's going to join us, as well as Nathan Dean. He's a senior U .S. policy analyst with Bloomberg Intelligence. He's the guy down in DC. He knows what Congress is looking for about all this stuff. So we'll bring to that you, and then we'll bring you that Q &A from Washington, DC. But right now, let's bring you that Q They are in the green right now being led by industrials, financials, consumer discretionary. But the biggest drag coming from some of the defensive sectors, consumer staples to name one.
A highlight from Ep409: Top 5 Benefits of Hosting A Podcast - Nathan Payne
"It's kind of difficult to see like what works. So we just put out as much as we can. And I believe with consistency and with the right SEO titles, it's going to grow inevitably grow bigger and bigger and bigger. Most hosts never achieve the results they hoped for. They're falling short on listenership and monetization, meaning their message isn't being heard and their show ends up costing them money. This podcast was created to help you grow your listenership and make money while you're at it. Get ready to take notes. Here's your host, Adam Adams. What's up, podcaster? It's your host, Adam Adams. And today I'm joined with Nathan Payne. And he owns a company, Painless Flipping, the podcast Painless Flipping. And we're going to be talking about what he does, how he does it and how his podcast supports his business, because he also does coaching and mentoring to help people flip houses. First and foremost, Nathan, what is even flipping a house mean? Just start there. Maybe the listener doesn't know what a house flip is because they've never driven by and seen a house upside down. So for me, there's like two meanings to house flipping, right? There's like flipping a contract, flipping, you know, a house, right? Or actually like getting a hammer and flipping a house, like getting a hammer, doing the rehab, doing that. I look at both of them the same, right? Like it doesn't really matter the extra strategy. We look at real estate, we get a property and we determine the best way to make money. And if that's flipping the contract and wholesaling it, if that's assigning is another where a lot of people call it assignments or fixing and flipping yourself, like on HGTV. So to answer your question, either one of those. Okay. So HGTV is what we need to be thinking about if we want to know what you do, half of what you do. So I teach people how to flip a contract, how to assign a contract. But again, eventually what you're going to do is pick out which one is going to make you the most money. Sometimes it's going to make you more money to actually physically flip it yourself versus just selling the flipping the contracts or signing it. So, but I teach people that are brand new, how to flip a contract, assign a contract, wholesale it because it doesn't require any capital. There's this guy, his name is Matt Theriault and I used to listen to his podcast a lot. And then I joined a mastermind that he's in. So he's become somewhat of a friend and he's got frequently talks about the difference between a slow dime and a fast nickel. Have you heard that too? I have, yeah. In this case, if you're flipping houses or flipping contracts, like wholesaling a house, why would you choose the fast nickel sometimes or why would that make you more money sometimes? Well some people don't have the luxury to flip five and when I say flip, like physically flip and rehab five properties at a time, right? Because that requires money. So that's the slow dime, right? The fast nickel would be wholesaling it because you have three projects or you have one project and you need to keep the cash coming into your business. So that's the difference. I've had that happen in my business where it's like, Hey, I got marketing spend going out. I would like to flip this house. I just don't have the luxury to do that and on the money. So I need to get the money now. So basically another way to say it is like, you can make a third amount of the money in a 10th of the time. And so in a way you're making more per hour by wholesaling than flipping sometimes. Yeah. Again, it just comes down to what can you do? Like a lot of people overextend themselves and they flip more properties, they rehab more properties and they have the bandwidth to do and they get themselves in trouble. It's the same thing with people that buy single family properties, right? They follow the Kiyosaki model and they're like, yeah, let me just over leverage myself. I don't have all the money and if the tenant leaves or destroys a property and you don't you're in trouble. So you just got to be careful that you keep that cash coming in. Cause cash is what enables the business to keep running. And then you have a secondary business that coaches and supports other people to be able to learn how to make the fast nickel. Yeah. Yeah. And a lot of what I teach is like how to get, yeah, the fast nickel cause a lot of people, they start in what I believe wholesaling, they start the wrong way. They just go and spend a ton of money on marketing and they're like, let me go find a deal. And it's like, Hey, you're jumping past a lot of steps here just cause you can pay $10 ,000 on mail. Like I did when I first started, it doesn't mean you know how to handle incoming leads. It doesn't mean you don't know what price to buy them or who to wholesale them to. So I try to get people to say, Hey look, before you jump into all that marketing, let's make sure you understand the process of finding a buyer to make sure you know what a deal is. Yeah. So that's what I teach people. I did a whole bunch of flipping and all sorts of random stuff, apartments, self -storage units. I did a flip on a mobile home and I learned that you can't sell mobile home parks that were older than a certain year to FHA buyer. And I learned the hard way, but I also tried wholesaling and I did it the wrong way. I didn't use your coaching. The painful way, huh? You did it the painful way, not the painless way. So we had spent five grand a week for three weeks. We got one deal out of it, five grand a week on direct mail, by the way, to the listener who's wondering, this meant that we did these little tiny postcards that I think costs us like 26 cents each ish to get them sent out. And we sent out thousands and thousands of these multiple times to multiple people. And one person called us back. We got their house under contract. We flipped it. We made six grand and then we quit. We never tried it again. We were like 15 grand to make six grand. So yeah, I definitely like that for your strategy, you're teaching people how to make the money without spending as much money, right? Yeah. Cause again, like when I first started, same thing with you, like I actually got a coach and they're like, Hey, mail unknown equity. So we're like, okay, great. He said to mail $5 ,000, let's double it because that will double our chances of getting a deal and making more money. So we spent 10, got about four calls or like five calls. You know, sometimes the response rate mail can be terrible, especially in Utah. It's not very good. But later to find out and we didn't get a deal. So it's like a lot of people starting out when they spend 10 ,000, they're not able to really recover or don't want to recover from that. So for me, like my mission is to be like, Hey guys, you can do that. Just don't start off that way. A lot of good stories saying that they did well, but they don't tell you that they spent 50 K and got a 60 K deal, but really their profit will 10 ,000, but really is a 10 ,000 like after all the time and the heartache and all that stuff. Well, yeah, we had two or three of us that we need to split six grand with doesn't make very far. Does it? I love that you're doing that. Another mistake that I made is I didn't have hire any coach, so we just went and did it on our own just from listening to a couple of podcasts only. I really suggest that if somebody is going to want to do something like that in the real estate industry, like they probably ought to have a coach, a mentor in their corner that could really support them. So you started doing that and I want to understand like how this all works with your podcast.
Fresh "Matt." from News, Traffic and Weather
"Current threat environment in the United States ABC's Liz Landers says those threats have increased as the between war Israel and Hamas intensifies threat level has gone to a whole nother level since October 7th Wray the made comment as he urged Congress to renew a surveillance program that allows the government to keep tabs on foreign nationals outside the country without a warrant. The expiration of our 702 authorities would be devastating to the FBI's ability to protect Americans from those threats. The presidents of three top universities Harvard, MIT, and UPenn were grilled on Capitol Hill yesterday accused of not doing enough to crack down on anti -Semitic hate speech on college campuses. Police in Texas investigating connections between a series of shootings in Austin and a double homicide in San Antonio. They think the same person carried all out the killings that person is in custody. This is ABC News. Newsradio 1000 FM 977. Stay connected, stay informed. Good morning you to on this Wednesday it is December 6th at 5 31 we have some light showers and 49 degrees in downtown along with Brian Calvert. I'm Matt DeFactor and here's what's happening on the North Sound area still dealing with a lot of flooding. Comm Force Theron Zahn has more from Arlington this morning. Just off
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MMA Fighter Takes Down Knife-Wielding Attacker
"The video is in the article. The footage went viral several days later leading to Baez making an appearance on TMZ and explaining what happened before, during and after his altercation. The man was identified by police as Omar Marrero and charged with two colonies, according to CBS news. What he likely did not know was that Baez held a 5 2 -1 record as a professional mixed martial artist most of his bouts with fight time promotions. Baez also told TMZ that he holds a black belt in jiu -jitsu, wrestled in college, practiced and has kickboxing for 15 years. So generally, he's a very bad person to pick a fight with, to the one holding a knife. And as they point out, this isn't the first time someone has had a fight. He's a very bad person to pick including an attempted car thief against Kevin Holland, a great fighter, an attempted mugging of strawweight Palina Viana, an attempted car theft against Jordan Williams, a home invasion of light heavyweight Anthony Smith, a drunken swing at Hall Hall of of Famer Matt Serra, a nighttime break -in at ex -light heavyweight champ John Jones' house. Can you imagine? Probably the greatest MMA fighter of all time, certainly one of them, an attempted stabbing of featherweight Maquon Americani's brother in an attempted mugging of legend Renzo Gracie. Renzo Gracie, the Gracie family. family. Unbelievable. There's a reason you see the word attempted a lot a in lot their attempted, because they all got their asses kicked. I'll be back. Mark Levin on 77 WABC. And before by legal media. Attention Marines, military personnel, families and contractors who were stationed at Camp Lejeune. Were you present And at Camp Lejeune between August 1953 and December of 1987, you may be entitled to significant For nearly 34 years, those on the Marine Corps base Camp Lejeune were exposed to contaminated drinking water, resulting in devastating injuries, including several forms of cancer, adverse birth outcomes, Parkinson's disease and more. until Until now, North Carolina's procedural laws have prevented victims from getting the justice they deserve. But passage of the Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022 would allow you or a loved one to file a lawsuit seeking compensation for illnesses and injuries. Linked to the toxic water call today for your free consultation 800
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"Business stories aren't just about business, they're also about policy, politics, finance, and more. With Bloomberg, you stay informed on global coverage that connects the dots. The Bloomberg mobile app now features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, so you can get the latest live radio, podcasts, and audio articles in the car. Download the Bloomberg mobile app now to get started. Find it in the Apple App Store or on Google Play. Bloomberg in -car apps are sponsored by Interactive Brokers. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller. Why were the economists so wrong? What are the economists getting wrong? Isn't this a slam dunk time to buy U .S. treasuries? Soft landing, hard landing, no landing. I don't know. True. What the heck does that mean? I don't know. Breaking market news and insight from Bloomberg experts. We're going to be in an environment with higher rates for longer. The five day in office work week is effectively dead. It's definitely a good sign that we're not ready to land this economy just yet. This is Bloomberg Markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller on Bloomberg Radio. Matt Miller here in the Interactive Brokers studio with Bailey Lipschultz. Paul Sweeney has stepped out. He is flying down to Duke in order to, I think he's going to watch a basketball game. Is it season started? Yeah, it started. Watch a football game. He's got a board meeting. Apparently he promised me if he sees Tim Cook down there, because I think he's a board member as well, he's going to demand that Apple pay a dividend. He brings that up every time. Every time we talk Apple stocks, he's always like, get that dividend number higher. It's on his list. We're also going to talk to some really interesting guests.
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Hey folks, you want to tackle new floors in your own home? Let me tell you about LL Flooring. With over 25 years as the flooring experts, LL Flooring is here to coach you through the process. You got to find the right floors at the right price for your project and they're gonna make it easy. As easy as 1, 2, 3 floor. Whether you're looking for hardwood, waterproof vinyl, laminate or tile, LL Flooring has a lot of family floors to match. They even offer professional installation. Visit one of over 400 stores nationwide or shop online at llflooring .com. That's LL Flooring, every step covered. Hello everybody and welcome into the Monday morning quarterback podcast. I am Matt Verderam alongside Gilberto Manzano as always here in the midweek edition of the show. We've got a lot to get to because last week might have given us the best slate of games we're gonna have all week long. We had four games that everybody thought were gonna be great and as it turned out, three of them were pretty good. One of which was a blowout. We'll get to all them here in a minute then of course we have our week 10 lines of five games that we're gonna focus on from our SI Sportsbook odds and then from there we also have the midseason awards that we have to get to as we are halfway home in the 2023 NFL season. Before we get to all that, let's welcome the other man of the tandem, Gil, what's going on man? How you been? Yeah, I'm doing well. Matt, as you know, I like to brag about my wins and complain about my losses and last week was a good week. I went 12 -2 with the picks but I am pretty disappointed that I betted against Joshua Dobbs. What a game, right? Unbelievable. I'm annoyed. You went 12 -2, I went 11 -3 and I feel like 11 -3 should have given me some bragging rights for the week and yet it did not happen. So I will say on the whole, our group, yourself, myself, Connor, Orr, Albert Breer, Mitch and John our editors and Claire, another editor of ours as well that does great work, I feel like everybody's picks have been really pretty good this year. There are some years you look at picks and go, oh my god, I'm barely above 500. Right now, I've got the sheep pulled up in front of me, so the best record is Albert who's 95 -41, went 11 -3 last week and then after that, Claire Kawana is right behind him with 92 wins and then in gold it says 87 wins and then it's myself, yourself, John and then Connor Orr at 75 and 65 pulling up the rear, so Connor's got to step up. Connor is bringing down the credibility of this entire group. That's not bad for last play, so 10 games over 500? His thing is, we all do our upset picks and he's done 50 upset picks. I think I've done like 16. So that's part of the reason, but yeah, the picks are good and of course people that want to can read those over at SI .com, we put them out every week. The editors are nice enough to put that together. All right, so last week, like I said, we had some great games. We had Chiefs Dolphins over in Germany and then we had Ravens, Seahawks, which we thought would be a great game, turned out to be a massacre, Late Window, Cowboys, Eagles, which was one of the wildest games I can remember seeing in quite some time and then of course we had Bills, Bengals at the end, the Sunday night game there and so like I said, we'll get to all those. Let's just start with how the day actually started. Over in Frankfort, Chiefs build up a 21 -0 lead on Miami. Miami comes back, makes it 21 -14. They had a couple drives at the end where they could have tied the game, even taken the lead if they went for two. They got into Kansas City territory both times, but both times ended up going backwards, lose the game. They dropped to 6 -3. Chiefs, of course, improved to 7 -2. Both teams go on their bye weeks. I'll So, let you set the stage here, Gilberto. What is it to you, is it more about the Dolphins that game or is it more about the Chiefs? It is more about the Dolphins because they can't beat a team with a winning record and don't tell me the Chargers are .500 and the Dolphins beat them. They barely got to .500, so I am concerned about the Dolphins, but I don't want to let the Chiefs off the hook, Matt, and I know you've been writing about this, but the Dolphins have been pretty average. It got to a point where now Mahomes is saying, yeah, we sting. We're pretty bad. Go talk about the defense. That defense is carrying us the entire season. You know what's kind of funny, Matt? This season, it feels like the team with the best defense might win the Super Bowl, and the Chiefs still have the best defense right now, it feels like, so it's kind of a weird irony, but you expect better from Mahomes and Kelsey, but the wide receivers, they can't create separation. And it wasn't for that awesome fumble, reverse play, whatever it was from Cook there. They would have probably lost a game there, but what's going on with the Dolphins offense? Averaging 17 points against the Bills, Eagles, and the Chiefs, so I go with the Dolphins there because I feel like the Chiefs could figure it out. It's halfway point in the season, they're just cruising by, and I think something will finally break out there, but I'll let you maybe talk about the Chiefs a little more. But the Dolphins, man, you're supposed to be the most explosive offense, highest scoring, and you can't even get a first down. It's like, do they have too many home run hitters? Too many touchdown makers? How about some chain movers? How about some first down people? How about some quick outs, and just get four or five yards, and everything just feels like a home run, and they don't adjust, and they don't kind of make end game adjustments because credit to the Chiefs, and Tyreek Hill said it too, they covered, there was great coverage on Tyreek Hill, so it's kind of one of those games where like, why not get a tight end that can help you out here? Why not get some guys that can make it easier? How about go to Raheem Oster a little more? He had like 12 carries, and he's averaging 7 .1 yards per carry, so I don't know what's going on with Mike McDaniel on two, and two was pretty bad in that second half there. Yeah, he had the touchdown to Cedric Wilson, but make some adjustments, Mike McDaniel, and stop going for the home run ball, Tua. Yeah, look, first of all, I agree, I think the Dolphins are the bigger storyline coming out of the game. Like, they've now played three really good teams, and they've lost all three of them, and they came back against Kansas City, but they were getting killed in that game too. They were 21 -0 midway through the third quarter, and frankly, if Chris Jones doesn't take one of the dumbest personal fouls you've ever seen, it's probably 21 -7, and we're having a different discussion. I think your point though, man, is good with the Dolphins in the sense of like, there's timing strung off. They're just dead in the water. They have no answer for it, and we've seen that now multiple times, this year and last year. Kansas City basically said, we're going to get up on the line of scrimmage, we're going to get our hands on Tyreek Hill, we're going to reroute them, we're going to cause problems. Look, who knows them better than the Chiefs, right? I mean, they know what can cause some issues, and they actually went back and watched practice tape of a couple years ago to try to figure out how to stop them. They went back and watched how they worked against him in team drills and practice, and tried to figure out some things, and it obviously worked. But from the Chiefs' angle of this, listen, the offense is a disaster, okay? They had 46 yards in the second half of the game in a turnover. But they're 7 -2 in the number one seed in the AFC because the defense is incredible, and they're just shutting people down left and right. If you go and look this year at teams that have played the Chiefs, nobody's thrown for 300 yards. Kirk Cousins came the closest. He was up in the higher 200s because he threw a million passes. But if you look at Gough's numbers, 253 yards, one touchdown, which was a good game. That was without Chris Jones that week. Trevor Lawrence, they didn't score a touchdown. He threw 41 times for 216 yards. Justin Fields threw for 99 yards. Zach Wilson, of all people, had one of the best days against him, 245 and two touchdowns. That game. wild And then you had Cousins, who went for 284 and two touchdowns on 47 attempts. Russell Wilson threw for 95 yards one game, and in the other game, the game that they won, he threw for 114. These teams, two I didn't throw for 200 yards. Nobody's throwing for yardage against them. They're second in the league in sacks, the first in pressure rate. They've got two elite corners in McDuffie and Sneet, and so, look, the question with Kansas City is obvious. Can this offense get going? Because if the offense gets going, they're probably the best team in the NFL. I mean, if they get even borderline top -10 production out of that offense, forget it. They have the week now to scout. I was texting with some people around the team, and I think there's a general thought of like, look, it's a bunch of little things that are throwing off the whole thing. Question is, how many of those little things can you fix in the next couple of months? The good news is you have Mahalem, you have Kelsey, you've got a good offensive line, you've got Andy Reid. The bad news is they have you and me at receiver. So, I mean, that's the question. My guess? They'll fix it to an extent. I don't think it's going to be a unit that you'll look at and go, oh my God, they're incredible. I think it's probably going to be a top -10 unit right around there at the end of the year. They're in the mix, but yeah, I agree, man. The Dolphins are definitely the thing that you'll look at right now, and the team you'll look at right now and go, all right, you're going to make the playoffs, but what are you going to do when you get there? Are you going to beat somebody good, or is there going to be a one -and -done? Matt, let me ask a quick question, because you watch this team closely, and I think I watch them good enough because they're always on prime time, but all these analytics people are saying, look at the EPA, look at the DVOA. They're top five in offense in all these categories, and I'm like, I get it. You keep showing me the numbers, but I keep watching the games, and the wide receivers are not that great. They're not scoring points. They had nine points against Denver, so I don't know what it is. Maybe when you said disaster, I'm like, okay, cool, because I was trying to play it safe. Maybe they're average because there's something here that I'm missing with the DVOA and the EPA. They're a disaster by their standards. By anyone else's standards, yeah, they're probably still an above -average offense, but by their standards, they're a train wreck. I will say this. People forget it because they won the Super Bowl last year. They were somewhat of a train wreck offensively the first half of last year, too. They had a bunch of games last year. They lost to the Colts last year. They muddled through a Chargers game that they ended up winning because of a pick -six that went 99 yards the other way. They struggled offensively against the Bills. They ended up beating the Raiders on a Monday night last year, but they were down 17 -0, and they needed to come back in that game. They were not good offensively for stretches of last season, and then they're them. In January, they cranked it up, and that was it. Even on one ankle, Mahomes did enough to win. But this has been the year before that. They were 3 -4 at the beginning of the year. They couldn't score a point in that season. That was the year Mahomes played, again, by his standards, not by anybody else's, but by his standards. He played poorly. You go to 2021, and they lost in the AFC title game. They were 3 -4, and then people say, oh, well, then they came out of it. They did in terms of that they won games. Their point totals after that 3 -4 start, they won 20 -17, 13 -7. Then they blew the Raiders out, scored 41, 19 -9, 22 -9. The last couple of years, they've had stretches like this, but by their standards, they're a disaster offensively right now. By the NFL's standards, they're probably somewhere between 10 -12th in the league offensively. So, got to take it for what it's worth. Yeah. All right. Let's get to the next game here. The Bengals and the Bills will go right to Sunday Night Football, speaking of a team that by their standards is an offensive disaster, despite what EPA will tell you. I'm not here to bag on the analytics, guys. I will tell you this. I'm a big eye test guy. You watch the Bills. My eye test, I don't care that they're fourth or whatever in EPA offensively. They have not been good over the last month and change. I don't think there's any way to say that otherwise. They go to Cincinnati. They made it a little bit closer at the end, but they were down 24 -10 with a few minutes left. They score a touchdown. They get the two, but they can't get the ball back. The Bengals now, 5 -3. Winners of four straight playing like we expected them to play at the beginning of the year. The Bills are 5 -4. It has been a struggle for them. They started the year 3 -1. Since then, they're 2 -3 going in the other direction. They have a very hard schedule. We'll get to that in a moment. What was your main takeaway from that Bengals -Bills game? Just the difference in quarterback play between Joe Burrow and Josh Allen and how to cover that game. I wrote about it. I kept seeing Joe Burrow moving around the pocket and extending plays. Then I look at the boxer, I'm like, wait, he has four rushing yards? I thought he ran for a bunch of yards. I know he had that one where he had the first down kind of signal. It's just when pressure comes, he knows how to move. It's smooth. It's not like he has to speed it up. He just says, okay, cool. You're right there, but I'm still going to do what I have to do and just extend plays. Matt, when it's Drew Sample and Tanner Hudson and Erskine Jr., Trenton Irwin, these guys are making plays. Then you look at Josh Allen, when the pressure comes, it looks difficult. It's chaotic. He has to kind of see what's out there and then, okay, force a throw or miss a throw. I get the Bengals defense is better than the Bills defense, so Burrow had maybe an easier time, but there was pressure. He was fighting pressure. I get it. The second there is not as good there, but it just seems harder for Josh Allen.
A highlight from Grand Theft Auto 6 NFTs Coming! | Zynga's MASSIVE Success on Ethereum, Solana, & XRP
"So I want to open up with this first story Rockstar plans to announce much anticipated Grand Theft Auto plans to release the trailer for the game in December. So the company is expected to report earnings also on Wednesday and we'll show you some stuff on that. I do want to hit a couple of tweets right here. This of course is one of the posts out there GTA 6 could introduce a crypto reward system. So if this is true, if we actually have a real life crypto reward system inside GTA, this could shift, be a seismic shift. People have already been integrating NFTs in through the modding process. So that's something that has already been utilized within the game itself. And that I think also starts to set the tone for maybe what is about to happen. Now remember though that, you know, this is a headline here going back to May of 2023 talking about why Grand Theft might not necessarily go with cryptocurrencies. Couple of things to highlight here was within it. Look at that growth right there, that's crazy for a game that old. But anyway, right here the Rockstar's NFT ban. This was in November of last year, Rockstar updated its website to clarify fan operated Grand Theft Auto servers could no longer utilize crypto assets, specifically NFTs. Now the reason that this happened was it was more about IP, meaning players were utilizing IP that wasn't theirs as opposed to fresh NFTs created through the game itself. That was the problem and that was the issue. So they are at least open to this. I think that's one of the things that you have to kind of consider. All right, so just remember that Zynga owned ByTake2 and this is going to kind of paint out what's happening because there's a lot of moving parts here. First crypto game by Grand Theft Auto, their devs achieved 5 million in NFT trading. I think that was a little bit larger if we show some numbers on that in a minute. And this remarkable success comes amidst a decline in volume in active trades on the NFT market, making SugarTown a beacon of innovation and success. Are we at the bottom in the NFTs? I think this is something people have been asking for quite some time looking at whether you're tracking what's happening over at Yuga Labs or you're looking at some of the other NFT projects that are out there. But I want to go into the clip here because this is something that I think will help start to kind of put this together. This is a clip of the SugarTown gameplay so you can kind of understand how these NFTs were integrated. Listen in. Say less. Let's get this taken. Yes. Take my ETH. Perfect. Dude, this is so clean. It feels so pristine and good. The higher level you reach, the more sugar you get. Oh, we're getting paid out in sugar? What can we buy with this stuff? Games. Is that poker? Is that Zenga poker? Nah, no way. Nah, no way. Okay. Maybe like a Mahjong? What's that? How do you say that game? Dude, this website is sick. You can move the website around? Oh my goodness. All right. So, I mean, great UX. I think that's the thing that will continue to be a winner here. But remember that when you look at the history of a lot of these game studio houses, I mean, they've been building UX for a long time. They understand the need for it and also the benefit of it. This is also a good example. Zenga hired a VP of blockchain gaming. This is Matt Wolf, who's responsible for integrating NFC into companies' existing games. I want to go over to Matt's video. Well, we've got a clip here of Matt talking about Take -Two. Listen in. Zenga is, of course, now part of Take -Two Interactive, you know, $25 billion behemoth. You're also having to navigate the Take -Two policies, legal processes. How supportive has Take -Two been on this journey into Web3? How autonomous can you guys be as a team? We don't have enough time on the podcast for me to go through. Are you there? Yeah. All of the needles we had to thread to bring Sugar Town to life. But I will say this. Take -Two has a rich history of empowering the companies it combines with, period.
Monitor Show 12:00 11-08-2023 12:00
"The media alone can't ease the tensions that come from the debate surrounding the issues we deal with every day. However, we can create spaces where people can freely kick the tires of their preconceived notions. I'm Tim O 'Brien, and I'm the senior executive editor at Bloomberg Opinion. On our platform, we ask tough questions and solve complex problems with the facts in mind. Because context changes how you see things and how you change things. Context changes everything. Start exploring our opinion coverage and more at Bloomberg .com. News and insight from Bloomberg experts. We're going to be in an environment with higher rates for longer. The five day in office work week is effectively dead. It's definitely a good sign that we're not ready to land this economy just yet. This is Bloomberg Markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller on Bloomberg Radio. All right, coming up in this hour, we're going to preview earnings after the close today from the Walt Disney Company, Gita Ranganathan. She is the media analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence. He's going to join us and preview that. A little car talk here today. Why not? Philip Richter, president at Holabrook Wealth Management. He's going to join us to talk about investing and maybe even cars. Crypto chat. Matt Dines, CIO at Build Asset Management. He's going to discuss the launch of their Bitcoin backed private credit fund and how it's a unique vehicle in the space here. So we got a lot to cover in the upcoming hour. Plus, we'll keep you updated on all those markets. And we're going to start it off with Mr. Charlie Pellett.
A highlight from "Bitcoin's Purpose," SEC Hiring Woes, and Matt Hill with Start 9 - November 7th, 2023
"Hello, and welcome to the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast brought to you by Swan Bitcoin, the best way to buy and learn about Bitcoin. I'm your host, Alex Dancic, and we're excited to announce that we're bringing the Cafe Bitcoin Conversations Twitter Spaces to you on this show, the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast, Monday through Friday every week. Join us as we speak to guests like Michael Saylor, Lynn Alden, Corey Clifston, Greg Foss, Tomer Strohleit, and many others in the Bitcoin space. Also be sure to hit that subscribe button. Make sure you get notifications when we launch a new episode. You can join us live on Twitter Spaces Monday through Friday, starting at 7 a .m. Pacific and 10 a .m. Eastern every morning to become part of the conversation yourself. Thanks again. We look forward to bringing you the best Bitcoin content daily here on the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast. What's up? More is up. What's up? What's up? That's ridiculous. Mike Terence with OneR, Jordan Tomer, Peter. We've got Jacob on the Pacific Bitcoin handle. However, he's doing best producer game things. He's doing, yeah, he's doing things. We've got Neil Jacobs on the Swan handle. Good morning to all you guys. Good morning, Mickey Koss. Good morning, and shout out to Lindsay Koss in the audience. I am throwing you an invite, young lady. If you want to come up here, you're welcome to do so. No obligation. We won't embarrass you. I promise. She's awesome. She's had several articles now published. And is it Bitcoin magazine? I think it's Bitcoin magazine. Alex, we know you're old, but Lindsay's the mother of three children. I think calling her a young lady is a little inappropriate. It's a compliment. Kiss my ass. Most gals are young ladies to me. It just is what it is, bro. Because Alex is old. I'm just glad that over the weekend with the Bitcoin Veterans handle, we had a space that kind of seemed like we maybe broke Lindsay into the comfortability of getting into spaces and getting into talking. So hopefully she engages more often. It's nice to hear from her and Mickey at the same time. How was the profanity in the space? I don't know. So probably pretty normal for us. Yeah, I didn't notice anything. So I guess it's probably pretty bad. But we got Lindsay to throw up the fist at the end there. It was awesome. Made it worth it. Yeah, I've been trying to encourage Mike to do some relationship -oriented spaces. I'd rather not. People need it though, man. There's so many confused people out there. I'm not sure. Yeah, we would probably get us in trouble. Completely off topic from Bitcoin. Alright, let's come back to Bitcoin. Welcome to Cafe Bitcoin. This is episode 471. Shout -outs to our supporters on Fountain and Noster Nests. Our mission for this show is to provide the signal in a sea of noise, teach the other 7 billion people on this planet why there's hope because of this bright orange future that we call Bitcoin today. We're going to be covering Bitcoin's purpose. is And this basically going to be opinions because nobody really gets to say what its purpose is. Satoshi had a white paper which states what Satoshi's purpose for Bitcoin is. But it's interesting how evolution and time and things like that. I mean, will Bitcoin change because of the people who continue to join it in concentric rings of adoption? I don't know. What do you think, Mike? I would say that Bitcoin does have a purpose in the sense that it provides an economic constant so you can accurately assess the economic viability and activity that's going on. It's like the analogy that I dropped in one of our recent episodes. The thing is episode 18 with regards to comparing it to if you were to constantly drift mercury into a thermometer and your AC is based on a thermometer. You're going to have an inaccurate reading. You're not going to understand why the system is not operating properly. So when you have something like Bitcoin that is not capable of being flippantly printed at the whims of whatever Federal Reserve governors or politicians want to do for government spending, you get a more accurate representation of what something is actually worth or what economic activity is actually doing.
A highlight from SEC GARY GENSLER CALLED OUT FOR CRYPTO FAILURES!!
"The SEC is having trouble hiring crypto experts, you don't say? And SEC Commissioner Mark Ueda is calling out the agency on their lack of rules and regulations around the crypto industry. Also the UK has released their staple coin regulation ban, and a bunch of NFT goers at the Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT convention went blind? Let's break it down. Welcome to the Thinking Crypto podcast, your home for cryptocurrency news and interviews. If you are new here, please hit that subscribe button as well as the thumbs up button and leave a comment below. Well folks, we've got a report here from Jeff Roberts, who is a crypto editor at Fortune magazine. He said the SEC is having trouble hiring crypto experts because of a rule they must sell all their crypto. He said, would make more sense to allow staff to hold a modest amount. This would also make them better at their job. So the SEC unbelievably is saying you have to sell all your crypto, right? It's not that they have to sell all their crypto, they should obviously have to disclose it and they should understand the technology and be able to use it and test it out. But of course we're dealing with scumbag regulator, Gary Gensler, who's making up all kinds of buddies can come in and take over. Matt Hogan of Bitwise, who I've had on the podcast quite often, he weighed in on the matter. He said, an obvious but unspoken implication of this is that the SEC will be staffed by people who dislike crypto. The only people with crypto expertise and a willingness to divest 100 % of their crypto are deep seated skeptics. This rule enforces a strong bias in hiring. Paul Grewal of Coinbase said, believe it or not, as a federal magistrate judge, I used to have a traffic ticket docket, think national parks, defense bases, VA hospitals. Imagine if the parties had learned a person deciding their auto accident case was forbidden from driving a car. Great points here. Now, Mark Ueda, who's one of the sitting SEC commissioners, and he is a Republican, him and Hester Peirce have both been vocal critics of the agency and on their lack of rules and clarity around crypto, also against many of the enforcement actions. So here's the headline, SEC should consider proposing rules to regulate crypto, Republican commissioner says. So I'm glad Mark Ueda is coming out and saying these things because it can't just be Hester Peirce. And right now, for the most part, it seems like Hester Peirce is outnumbered. So Mark needs to be more vocal, I'm glad he is speaking up. So here's a quote from him, unfortunately, the SEC did not take this approach and instead is pursuing a case by case approach through enforcement actions. As a result, it will take years to reach any type of legally binding precedent as matters will need to wind their way through the courts before reaching the court of appeals level, Ueda said on Monday in prepared remarks in London. So I hope he continues to speak on this, to show the agency is not in a good place, they are not providing clear guidance, they are operating by regulation by enforcement, which is really asinine. While the rest of the world is moving ahead, providing clear regulations. Now Eleanor Terrett of Fox Business highlighted the following, she tweeted, the House Appropriations GOP financial services and general government bill is up for vote before the rules committee at 4 p .m. Eastern before it heads to the floor. It includes an amendment from Tennessee Congressman Representative Tim Burchett to reduce the salary of SEC Chair Gary Gensler to one dollar. It also includes an amendment to defund the SEC for crypto enforcement. So shout out to Representative Tim Burchett, who's bringing the fire here on Gary Gensler. And we got to do these things, folks, to put some pressure. Gary Gensler should be fired and the SEC needs to be revamped. Congressman Warren Davidson has put out a bill, of course, that would revamp the entire structure of the SEC to make it less political and to make it more efficient. So let's see where this goes. But I love that these bills are coming out more pressure on scumbag regulator Gary Gensler. Now here's an interesting update around the Federal Reserve, and it just speaks to government and the lack of knowledge and education in government about crypto. So Matthew Seigel, who's head of crypto research at VanEck, he said, I met a Federal Reserve crypto researcher at a conference last week. He doesn't own any digital assets. He's not allowed to and didn't understand the difference between an exchange and a custodian. Folks, I'm face palming right now. I know you can't see me. And if you're listening on a podcast platform, trust me, I'm face palming right now. He doesn't understand the difference between an exchange and a custodian. God help us, right? These are the people who are trying to regulate crypto and putting out rules and recommendations and papers and so forth. It's unbelievable. But I know there are folks working to help bring education to Congress, and that is blockchain association, the Chamber of Digital Commerce and so forth. So we'll see, folks. We got a lot of work to do. This is why we have to use social media to our advantage to keep tweeting out, sharing the facts and exposing lies and false information like from the likes of Elizabeth Warren and others. Now, the juxtaposition of that is the UK's Bank of England releases stablecoin regulation plan. Remember, the UK had passed crypto regulations, so did the EU. So the US is lagging behind. And folks, stablecoins are going to be part of the token economy and will be a big part of how people transact. So there needs to be regulations. And we're seeing here in the United States, the SEC sending a subpoena to PayPal over their stablecoin, right? It's unbelievable what's happening. So the United Kingdom Central Bank, the Bank of England, has released a plan to govern the stablecoin market. The BOE and the Financial Conduct Authority plan to follow the rules released by the UK government last week to oversee the digital asset industry. As per the UK government's proposal, regulations for fiat backed stablecoins will begin in early 2024. As per the paper, the BOE will regulate systematic stablecoins while the FCA will govern the larger crypto market. UK Prime Minister Rishi Sanak had announced that he wants the nation to become a crypto hub, introducing clear rules for digital assets and crypto firms falls within the UK's goals. The UK's latest plan follows the European Union and Japan's similar moves. Folks, I love that crypto is not a specific asset class to the United States. So even though we're dealing with scumbag regulator Gary Gensler and all kinds of idiots in the government who have not educated themselves, the market will continue to grow and expand globally. So we can at least put our hope in that. Now we got some really weird news coming out from the Bored Ape Yacht Club and full disclosure, I don't own any Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs, but apparently they had an NFT convention and there was some UV lights and folks who were blasted by this prolonged UV light went blind apparently. So, I mean, this is just wild, right? I don't know what to make of it, but just so you guys know, I don't know if any of you went to any of these conventions or this convention, I should say, but, or, you know, somebody who went to this convention, but this is just some wild news coming out of 2023. So heads up on that folks, I want to end it by highlighting our sponsor and that is Uphold, which is a great crypto exchange this month, they're giving away 50 ,000 XRP. 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A highlight from Encore of Episode 40: Impact Learning with Jared Magee
"Hey, it's Batsheva. I've pulled this episode out of the archive vault for you, in case you hadn't heard it before. But if you have already heard it, well, you might want to listen again because this time you'll know all the answers to the 5 -Minute Game Show. And also because there's always something to learn from my wonderful guests. With the exception of adding this intro, I'm bringing you the original episode in its original form, which is also kind of a time capsule. So enjoy. I'm Matt Miller of the Google Teacher Tribe podcast, a proud member of the Education Podcast Network, just like the show you're listening to right now. The opinions expressed are those of the individual hosts. Make sure you check out all the other great podcasts at edupodcastnetwork .com. The Areté Institute, in conjunction with Areté Preparatory Academy, presents Overthrowing Education, with your host, Batsheva Frankel. Today's episode is sponsored by... Are you feeling down about how much your students are really taking in during this bigger impact? Well, look no longer. K -12 presents the Impact 3000. Why settle for the usual lesson when you can make an even stronger impact? Whether your school is fully remote, distance and masked face to face, or some crazy hybrid of the two, Impact 3000 is for you. It's easy and fun to use. The Impact 3000 draws on the successful experiences of over 3000 dynamic teachers who facilitate their students learning with rich, student -centered activities, experiences and explorations. Simply put your usual lesson plan into the Impact 3000 and watch it transform your whole class. And that's not all. Order now and receive a bonus. 30 hours of relaxation tapes featuring forest noises, ocean sounds, and the smooth voice of... Now relax and imagine you are walking slowly on a mountain path. You hear a bubbling brook beside you. Order your Impact 3000 today and see a difference in your class tomorrow. Welcome to the 40th episode of Overthrowing Education. Yay! I'm Bud Sheva and I'm so glad you joined me today because I have a really cool guest. He may not be known to you yet, but educator Jared McGee has some really helpful things to share about impact learning as he tells us all about the Winchington School. It's a really cool school that I was so excited to hear about. Jared and I discuss ways to take what he has learned from his experiences there and mine working for another cool school that you hear me talk about all the time, Arete Preparatory Academy, and apply them to other more traditional schools. There are two things, well there's probably more, but let's focus on two things that make Winchington, Arete, and all the other forward thinking schools out there so successful at getting students to love learning, think deeply, and develop curiosity. And those are, one, daring to dream big about what education can be without the limits of what already is. And this part is so important. Always moving forward, reflecting, refining, and asking how can we be even better? What more can we be doing? It's one of my favorite things about Arete, no matter how great something is, there's always room for growth and improvement. And those are two things we can take into our classrooms and practices as well. Maybe in the confines of a traditional system with all of its challenges, the dreams might be smaller, but dream them anyway and make them happen however you can. And the idea of always growing and improving, well this might seem obvious to you. I suspect that if you're listening to this podcast, you are already on that bus. But even when a lesson or unit is successful, we can reflect on it and say, how can I make this even better? Okay, let's hear what Jared has to say.
A highlight from Matt Hill | Bitcoin & Sovereign Computing | Simply Bitcoin IRL
"You Hello everybody, welcome to another episode of simply Bitcoin IRL today We have a very special guest returning guests. We have Matt Hill CEO and founder of start 9 They make incredible Bitcoin nodes servers Really big fan since First time I brought Matt on the show talk about sovereign computing and just blew my mind every single episode So really enjoy bringing Matt on the show to talk about all that the future of computing the way that I see it Anyways before we jump into it I want to give a shout out to the Bitcoin company that makes the show possible Swan Bitcoin Best place to build your Bitcoin stack. It's being built by Bitcoiners It's for Bitcoiners check out Swan Bitcoin today if you haven't already done so. All right, no more delay I want to bring up our guest. Hey Matt. How you doing? What's up, Niko? Doing good, man Thanks for having me. Happy to have you back on the show It's been a while and I've heard from the grapevines and rip off the band -aid engine just jumped straight into it I heard you guys are getting into AI that's interesting. Yeah Yeah But not in the way that a lot of people like to say right now AI is like the new blockchain, you know It's the new The new cloud the new the new hype in the VC and you know investing world We're getting into AI strictly as a necessity because AI is part of computers. So You know, our whole idea is that humans and computers should be able to interact directly without intermediaries or custodians And the idea that humans are going to use computers without Artificial intelligence is a ridiculous proposition at this point. So something that we have to consider, right? We have to think about how humans can interact with computers using AI models and the hardware That is necessary for that to happen In a way that you know can be done cheaply affordably by by any person So it's something that we've been thinking about and we've actually launched a couple products. We launched stable diffusion Which is a image generator and we weren't launched free GPT, which is an AI chat bot similar to chat GPT Both of these are run on your personal server and the models are hosted locally Nothing leaves the device. You can access it from anywhere in the world At your own private website and it is a truly private Artificial intelligence experience for both image generation and and chat however, it's not nearly as robust and fast and powerful as Something like mid journey or chat GPT. Obviously those are using GPUs They're running on server clusters. They are running the latest, you know How many hundred of billion parameter models? They're probably running at this point and that just can't be done on you know, cheap consumer hardware but luckily for us the future of AI is probably Smaller models that are more highly specialized and users Accessing those models for specific needs in which case it can all be done locally on affordable hardware And so we're very excited that that is now the trend in the AI world is that it's away from the one model to rule them all that knows everything and towards Instead hundreds of specialized models that you spin up on demand in order to get very specific Questions answered because that can be done at the edges. Gotcha So what is the like for for the layman for someone who has no idea? What sovereign computing is or what the benefits of running your own server you're on your own computer Essentially rather than relying on someone else's what would be the benefits of using your AI right that you're running at home versus You know using something like chat GPT sure So there's the broad question there Which is using your own server as opposed to somebody else's and then there's more Specifically using AI on your own server as opposed to an AI on somebody else's so I'll answer the more specific one First and then extrapolate from there. So basically, you know when you are using something like chat GPT You're entering a query and that query is being sent to a server that is owned and operated by open AI Open AI now has a record of you asking this question They are using the question and the answers and your interactions to train their own models for their own proprietary purposes And lastly what you are getting in response is a Completely black box. You don't know where that response is coming from. You don't know what degree of You know bias or censorship is being applied. So a open AI as a company Could basically just lie to you and you would think that you're talking to this brilliant AI When in fact, you're just getting a censored response from open AI the company. So if you want to interact with AI honestly and with integrity you need to Run your own instance of the model and that way, you know, it's not being tampered with So that is that is the main reason why you'd want to use your own AI Is not only because it's private and because you may want to ask this thing questions that you're not comfortable Open AI the company knowing and two you want to make sure that the answers that you're getting are Genuine in so far as they you know can be from that from that model Extrapolating from there. Why run a can your own server at all? Well, you can imagine the same basic pattern for all of your computing needs whether it's sending a message or sharing a photo Or storing your files or your passwords When you do this on somebody else's computer, you know one they have complete insight into everything that you're doing There's no privacy Dragnet surveillance and specific invasion of privacy is is pretty much commonplace at this point You can be censored. You don't know if what you're getting from these servers is tampered with And it costs money. So in many cases you are paying Either with your data because they are mining it and selling it to advertisers or you're paying with your money on a monthly subscription basis and then lastly whenever you use somebody else's server whether it's for AI purposes or anything else Those servers are often storing the data of millions of people and are therefore prime targets for attack and it is only a matter of time before they get hacked and all the data is leaked and then your private information is leaked to Hackers, even though they weren't targeting you specifically they were targeting the server That acting was as a honeypot of data and so you were just collateral damage in a cyber warfare that you never opted into or you did opt into but didn't realize you Were opting into it. So running your own server eliminates all of that. It's private. It's censorship resistant It's free and there's no counterparty risk of being hacked Gotcha. So another Exciting announcement that you guys made recently and the community has received it extremely well Is you guys have announced that you're moving to the MIT? The open source stuff which I think is really really exciting Why did you guys decide to do that? And what were you guys doing before? So start OS is what you're referring to which is our main product is what we make Has recently been switched over to the MIT license which is the most permissive In license possible fact, it's more permissive than no license at all because in the IP world no license at all defaults to Proprietary rights of the author. So MIT is basically your way of announcing that there is no license, right? It's your way of just being like this is in no way shape or form a Property of the individual or company that produced it and so that's what we published start OS as now That's what Bitcoin was published at and in our opinion. It is really the only truly free license Other licenses that are very common in the FOSS world are things like a GPL GPL licenses are free in every way except that they require the Consumer or the person Accessing that code to likewise publish their own derivations of that code in an open source manner meaning it restricts your freedom to close source the software and So we figured if we were gonna go, you know, the FOSS route and really make this a free piece of software That we better not, you know Cut corners or be hypocrites about it and we may as well just set it free So we set it completely free start OS no longer belongs to start 9 as a company. We are its stewards. We are its Engineering team. We're gonna pour our lifeblood into it but from a proprietary sense we have absolutely no rights to it whatsoever or let me Stated more clearly. We have the same rights to it as anybody else in the world What we were before Was an open source license with a non -commercial clause So FOSS, not FOSS standing for free and open source software This was more like OS open source software Minus the free part. It was free in a lot of ways as in you could access it change it fork it download it distribute it Use it you could do whatever you wanted The only thing that you weren't allowed to do with start OS in the past was monetize it You could not sell it as your own You could not install it onto hardware and then sell that hardware that right was reserved for start 9 and so that is all we've changed is that we have relinquished our exclusive right to sell the software Gotcha, and so and then from a from a company perspective Like does that worry you at all that potentially you can be giving the your code away to a potential competitor in the future No Like could you elaborate? So We are sure that competitors more competitors Will arise as a result of this then would otherwise have a run arisen So for instance, we've already been contacted by multiple individuals who are like hey, does this mean that I can Install start OS onto many PCs in my country and sell them and I said absolutely please do Right, like we're also selling in that country. So technically this is competition for us But ultimately start OS is not our business model Start OS is the backbone of a new computing paradigm there's going to be a whole bunch of business models that arise on top of start OS and You know Because start OS had to be source available meaning It had to have the source code Visible, even if it was on a in a proprietary license, right? Even if it was with the non -commercial clause if start OS is source code was not visible It wouldn't be safe at all. It would be extremely like nobody would use it. You'd be stupid to use it Right, if you if you ran a personal server with closed -source software, I would consider that to be dumb And to be fair it is like what we do with like our Mac books, right? Like it's all closed -source software, but there's no there's not a lot of ways around that right now. Yes you can run a Linux device, but anyway, I I digress Because it had to be open Source available because the source code had to be visible. It was inevitable Right. It was unavoidable that we were going to face competition in the form of people Who even if they don't copy paste the code line for line can literally just see what we did and if they're well -resourced Right, like if it's a well -resourced talented team, they could write it in C++ instead of Rust Right and and and we would have no recourse. It's like our license wouldn't apply because they didn't copy paste our code So the very fact that we were sharing the code made it practically the same as Giving the code away because somebody could always reverse engineer it and and do it anyway, so it's kind of an illusory protection to have a non -commercial clause In most cases, but we didn't have it for no reason we had the non -commercial clause there For about two and a half years and we had it there to protect against any very well -funded Company that could basically out market us Right. So the only thing that we were protecting against was our own lack of brand awareness Because nobody knew who start 9 was and knew that we made start OS and that there was no Brand recognition at all During the early days anyone would have been able to basically take that code and just be like this is ours and we never would Have even come to the surface. Yeah, so the only reason that we had the non -commercial clause there was to stave off any opportunistic VC funded kind of like, you know thieves so to speak who just come in and like see oh wow They're really doing something good, except they're not very good at marketing So we're gonna get really good at marketing and Drown them out with noise we feel strong enough now as a brand to not be Squashed out like that. It would be very difficult at this point for somebody to disassociate Start OS from start 9 for somebody to claim to be the inventors of start OS, right? And so the brand equity is really what we needed and we finally felt like we had reached a point where We had the critical mass of support such that Nobody would do it. Now. What are they gonna do that anyway? Probably not right. It was probably an unnecessary protection However, it didn't hurt us either. Yeah, having that protection was was a free protection like does a four -foot picket fence Help you against a home invader not really Maybe they'll trip over it. So there's this like small maybe added protection But because it's totally easy to do and totally free it didn't really make a difference. So god, that's the long -winded explanation And I'm glad that you clarified it someone in the chat actually had a pretty good question I'm gonna pull it up so you can answer it. So Andrew Saman said Matt Can you explain how start OS is different from running Linux? Cool start OS is Linux This is start OS is Linux just like Ubuntu or Fedora Or pop OS those are all Linux as well, right Linux Is a kernel it's it's an underlying Operating system, but there are many layers on top of Linux that define the ultimate Operating system experience So start OS is a Linux distro But it is the first and only I believe I can make those claims Linux distro whose User experience because I'll go beyond just the UI but the whole experience is Oriented around the ability to run a server Okay, as opposed to a computer so most Linux distros like Debian or Ubuntu Fedora they're all Optimized to run your laptop or your desktop, right? They are client device operating systems That's what the graphical interface is for like when you look at the graphical interface you see a desktop because it's designed For a laptop or desktop computer it's designed to be used by a person using a laptop If you want your Linux distro such as Debian To be used for a server You have to go beneath the graphical interface Pop the hood open the command line and get on the get on the terminal on the terminal command line So Linux is the server operating system It's like Linux is how people use servers But it's not through the graphical interface people use Linux from the command line So what we have done what start OS is is a Linux distro Where the command line everything that you would ordinarily do on the command line has been Codified into and represented in a graphical interface So it is the first Linux distro whose graphical interface is designed to administer a server and that is unique why nobody has done that before we think we know why probably because Very few people had needs to run a server.
A highlight from 1450: I Expect Bitcoin ETF Approval By End of Month
"In today's show, I'll be breaking down the latest Bitcoin technical analysis. Also, Sam Bankman freed. He is found guilty on all seven charges in the FTX fraud trial. Quoting Max Kaiser, tough talk when it comes to the minor league drug Adderall ish corner like SPF, but where's all the bravado when Jamie Diamond gets caught manipulating markets and defrauding the public again or the next crooked Warren Buffett bailout? He makes great point. Also in today's show, Bitcoin to the moon. Send it. I'm going to be sharing with you the top five Bitcoin price predictions for twenty twenty four and beyond. That's what's up. Also, the latest from Cathie Wood of ARK Invest, also a twenty seven hundred percent Bitcoin price explosion is incoming courtesy of one catalyst, according to the BitMEX founder Arthur Hayes. We'll also be talking about breaking news. The Valkyrie CIO expects the spot Bitcoin ETF approval before the end of the month. We'll also be taking a look at the overall crypto market. All this plus so much more in today's show. Yo, what's good, crypto fam? This is first and foremost, a video show. So if you want the full premium experience with video, visit my YouTube channel at CryptoNewsAlerts .net. Again, that's Crypto News Alerts dot net. Welcome, everyone. Today is podcast episode number fourteen hundred and fifty. Can you believe it? I'm your host, JV, and today is November 3rd. Welcome to Moonvember of twenty twenty three. Let's kick off today's show with our market watch as we do each and every day. We got Bitcoin up about a quarter percent, hovering just under thirty five thousand. We have Ether up point three percent trading at eighteen hundred dollars. Cardano, one of the top gainers, up five and a half percent and also XRP barely in the green. And if we are in doubt, they say you need to zoom out. Let's look at the one month. Wow, that's much more sexier, isn't it? Now we have Bitcoin up twenty seven percent for the month. We got ETH up about 10 percent. Solana is up almost 70 percent. Cardano up twenty three percent. XRP up fourteen percent. BNB up seven percent. Personally, I love it when everything in crypto is a winner. It don't get no sexier than that. And look at Chainlink up fifty two percent for the month. Good lord. And check it out. Coin market cap percent in just under one point three trillion with about forty five billion in volume in the past 24 hours. Bitcoin dominance pulled back a little bit, currently at fifty two point seven percent, and the ether dominance in the 16 percentage range for the first time I have ever seen that I could recall. It's currently at sixteen point nine percent as Bitcoin dominance continues to outpace the rest of the market, especially Ethereum. And checking out the top one hundred crypto gainers of the past twenty four hours for chain up fourteen and a half percent trading at three dollars and twenty cent and Oasis Network up twelve percent trading at six point two cents, followed by the trust wallet token up almost twelve percent trading at a dollar twenty three and checking out crypto bubbles so we can see the top gainers for the past week. Massive shout out to Emilio. I appreciate the super chat. Fam, you're way too kind. Much love, much respect. He just said you are amazing. Nah, I think you're amazing. And I appreciate the orange so we can orange pill more mofos and help change the world. Let's freaking go. Much love, fam. But as we can see on the crypto bubbles on your screen, we got a lot of gainers overall. That means the market cap is pumping and a rising tide rises all ships and checking out the crypto greed and fear index. We're currently rated a sixty five in greed. Yesterday was a seventy two last week, a seventy and last month a forty nine, which is neutral. So there you have it, my fam. What's your thoughts on the current Bitcoin price action? Let me know. Are you pumped up for Moomvember? I sure as hell am. Let's dive into our Bitcoin technical analysis for the day. Check out the charts with a Bitcoin price action is likely to go next. Bitcoin broke below thirty five G's baby after the November 2nd Wall Street open, as analysis warned of overheated derivatives. As you know, derivatives are financial tools of financial destruction. Yeah, for real. Now Bitcoin under does the post fed gains. We're currently tinkering just under that thirty five thousand, which is now back at a resistance. The highs had come on the back of the encouraging language from Jay Powell, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, who in a speech suggested the interest rate hikes might soon end. Now, the Fed opted not to change the rates at the latest meeting on the Federal Open Market Committee, which was November 1st quoting their press release. Recent indicators suggest the economic activity expanded at a strong pace. In the third quarter, job gains have moderated since earlier in the year, but remain strong and the unemployment rate has remained low. Inflation remains elevated and accompanying press release stated. They also shared here that the U .S. banking system is sound and resilient. Sure it is. Tighter financial and credit conditions for households and businesses are likely to weigh on economic activity, hiring and inflation. The extent of these effects remain uncertain. The committee remains highly attentive to inflation risk. We all know they're full of ish, right, to say the least. And quoting crypto analyst, Bitcoin breaks out, reaches a new yearly high, which is currently just shy of 36 G's. Now, not a massive breakout, but as long as we say above 34 .8, which we currently are, the next target is 36 .5 to 37 ,000. And the altcoins will follow after, which is typically what seems to go down. Now, down over a thousand from its highs. Bitcoin was worrying some with derivative markets, particularly in the focus, quoting Charles Edwards at Capriole Investments. All Bitcoin derivatives markets are overheated at present. This captures the perps, futures and options. Stay safe out there. And also, we have reacting popular trader school agreed that arguing it was now the spot market to charge of saving the Bitcoin price strength, as he shares here, something to be aware of when sizing up positions currently, when derivatives get hot. This puts increasing focus on spot market to support the current prices and the trend. That's right. In his own analysis, we also had material indicators concluding caution should be applied to the current Bitcoin trading environment, meaning expect more volatility ahead and uploading the snapshot of liquidity on the Bitcoin order book for the largest global exchange, Binance. It warned support levels were apt to disappear quickly. A form of a rug pull. So you have been warned. Newcomer support gaining liquidity at this time lay at both 34 and 33 .5. So there you have it, fam. Again, how many of you are currently bullish on that? King crypto. And with that being shared, now let's discuss our next story of the day. The latest from Michael Saylor. He was recently interviewed on the news and shared some very positive sentiment in the Bitcoin market. Also, he has been a dollar cost averaging and stacking stats. This week, the Bitcoin price came within a hair of thirty six. I think we hit like thirty five nine ninety during our watch party before abruptly reversing and correcting to thirty four to fifty. But after nearly a 30 percent run over the past month, it is natural for the price to cool off as some traders take profit and market participants evaluate whether or not the catalyst for the rally remain valid. Now, despite the intraday price action, which saw almost five percent drawdown, a number of analysts remain bullish on Bitcoin naturally, and some expect another gamma squeeze. If the Bitcoin price manages to push through the thirty six three hundred level, we're only like four hundred dollars off of that right now. Just FYI, permables like MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor appear unbothered by the whipsaw price action. And on November 1st, MicroStrategy announced the October purchase of one hundred and fifty five more Bitcoin for five point three million. As the outlines here in October, MicroStrategy acquired additional one hundred and fifty five BTC for five point three million bucks, now holding one hundred and fifty eight thousand four hundred BTC like, whoa, and what's the most mind boggling? Saylor didn't even get into Bitcoin until twenty twenty. So it goes to show you someone can come here in twenty twenty three and become an even bigger whale than Michael Saylor. In fact, the likes of the Black Rocks of the world put Michael Saylor to shame because we're talking about mega mega mega whales on a massive scale. And when asked about the upcoming Bitcoin having during an interview on Squawk Box, here's what he had to share. Most of the natural sellers of Bitcoin in the market right now are Bitcoin miners and they have to sell to cover their electricity bills and capital costs and retire their debt. That's about a billion dollars per month worth of selling into the market. The protocol forces that to be cut in half as of next April or late April. And he also says, so you're going to see twelve billion bucks of natural selling per year converted to six billion of natural selling a year and at the same time as things like the spot ETFs increase the demand for Bitcoin. So that's why all of us are fairly bullish over the next 12 months. How many of you are bullish? Let me know. Demand is going to increase and supply is going to contract. And this is fairly unprecedented in the history of Wall Street. That's what's up now is a pretty ideal entry point for Bitcoin, according to Saylor. Also, he was recently interviewed and I actually transcribed this video clip when he was speaking on Squawk on the street. And I feel this is very relevant. Here's what Saylor says for the industry to move to the next level. We need to migrate to adult supervision. We're going to need the big banks to become the crypto custodians. We're going to need Wall Street to take a role and we need to rationalize away from the one hundred thousand crypto tokens. You know, the yo yo coins that people are manipulating to Bitcoin. Bitcoin is an asset without an issuer. It is the one universally recognized protocol that is a commodity in the space. And so when banks on Wall Street and responsible custodians are managing Bitcoin and the industry takes its eyes away from all the shiny little tokens that have distracted and demolish shareholder value, I think the industry moves to the next level and we 10x from here. Now, what's another 10x from the current price action we're talking about roughly? What is that? Three hundred and fifty thousand dollars per BTC. Send it and let's frickin go. Also quoting him here, I think the liabilities or the early crypto cowboys, the crypto tokens, which are unregistered securities, the unreliable crypto custodians for the industry to move to the next level. We're going to need to migrate to adult super vision. And I shared with you the rest of that quote. So there you have it. Let me know if you agree or disagree with the one and only giga Chad Michael Saylor. Next story of the day. This is breaking news. SBF has been found guilty in all seven fraudulent charges. Yeah, this is wild. Yeah, here we go. I'm going to read all this to you. Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman Freed was found guilty of all seven charges by a jury in his criminal trial in New York after about four hours of deliberations, meaning it didn't take long. Bankman Freed was found guilty of two counts of wire fraud, two counts of wire fraud conspiracy, one count of securities fraud, one count of commodities fraud conspiracy and one count of money laundering conspiracy. Good Lord. That's a lot of charges and it's just getting started. He'll be back in court in March to continue with some more charges to probably get guilty of. We'll return to the court for sentences by New York District Judge Lewis Kaplan March 28th. So that's the date is right before the having. Government prosecutors will recommend a sentence, but Judge Kaplan will have the final say. Now, Bankman Freed's crimes each carry a maximum sentence of between five and 20 years in prison with the wire fraud, wire fraud conspiracy and money laundering conspiracy carrying a maximum of 20 years sentence in a press conference outside the court, the New York Southern District U .S. Attorney Damian Williams called Bankman Freed's crimes a multibillion dollar scheme designed to make him the king of crypto, right? The Michael Jordan of crypto, the Warren Buffett of crypto and of one the biggest financial frauds in American history, Bankman Freed's attorney Mark Cohen said in a statement, we respect the jury's decision, but we are very disappointed with the result. Naturally, Mr. Bankman Freed maintains his innocence and will continue to vigorously fight the charges against him. Anyone here in the chat. We have over 200 people in the live. Anyone believe he is innocent? I am just curious if there's any outliers out there. Anyways, other key FTF execs, including former Alameda CEO Caroline Ellison, FTX co -founder Gary Wang and former engineering head Nishad Singh have all pleaded guilty to various charges and work with the government to testify against Bankman Freed in the five week trial. Now, Bankman Freed had pleaded not guilty to all the charges. And during his trial, he took the stand to maintain his innocence against the best wishes of his lawyers who told him to shut the what up, just saying, and marking the FTX November 2022 collapse as a number of big mistakes I made. He denied any wrongdoing in the FTX relationship with Alameda, attempting to distance himself from key decisions, which we all know is not true, according to the testimonies of their execs, Bankman Freed pinned the blame on Gary Wang for creating a function that allowed Alameda to trade funds on FTX that it didn't have and claimed he wasn't entirely sure what happened. Oh, I don't know what happened with Alameda's line of credit, which ballooned to billions in the collapsing crypto market of 2022. In his testimony, he also blamed Caroline Ellison for not focusing on risk management. How are you going to blame your ex? That's just why. Anyways, he didn't believe he defrauded FTX customers by taking over eight billion worth of their funds. Instead, he framed it as Alameda just borrowing from the exchange. Yeah, borrowing from investors without their permission is called stealing. I just wanted to point that one out. Now, Max Kaiser responded to this attorney who spoke out and he said, this is tough talk when it comes to the minor league, the drug Adderall ish coiner like SPF, but where's all the bravado when Jamie, the tapeworm diamond, the best the CEO, JP Morgan Chase, gets caught manipulating markets and defrauding the public again or the next crooked Warren Buffett bailout? You talk a good game, but you're no different than SPF. And I think Max makes some excellent points. The big dogs get away with this all the time, of course, but clearly there's levels to this ish, if you know what I mean. Now, what are your thoughts surrounding this case? How do you think this will likely continue to play out in March as they continue with the court trial facing more charges he's up against? Let me know, fam. I appreciate that. I got some very bullish predictions to share with you. In fact, I'm going to be sharing with you the top five Bitcoin price predictions for twenty, twenty four and beyond. Bitcoin continues to circle its highest levels in 18 months. Again, the annual high for the year is currently almost thirty six thousand dollars, but let's dive right into the predictions. First and foremost, Matrix Port predicts forty five thousand within two months. So two months from November would mean January. I could definitely see Bitcoin hitting forty, fifty thousand easy peasy before the halving. But let me know your thoughts. Now, that prediction came from Matrix Port, the crypto trading firm founded by Jihan Wu, himself a founder, a Bitcoin mining giant Bitmain in a blog post in late October. Matrix Port doubled down on a forty five thousand year end price targets. That's the Christmas target. Let's go, Santa, which is initially revealed in January. It was based on a handful of in -house models with Matrix Port also successfully predicting Bitcoin's October gains. Quitting them here, Bitcoin is breaking above the July thirty one five resistance showing that forty five is achievable by the year's end. And again, I think that's a very doable target. But let me know your thoughts. The next prediction comes from Bitcoin. They say new all time high pre halving. I also agree with that, especially if we get the ETF approval. I would anticipate above and beyond sixty nine thousand before the April twenty twenty four halving, but that's only if you know what I mean. We'll see how this plays out. The halving is a watershed moment. We all know the blocks of subsidies get cut in half for the miners in September. Bitcoin stated Bitcoin would surpass its current sixty nine thousand peak before April of twenty twenty four. Now they shared here, no, Bitcoin is not going to top before the halving. Yes, it's going to reach a new all time high before the halving. No, Bitcoin is not going to one hundred and sixty G's because the magnitude of every pullback is large. This means it'll peak after the halving in twenty twenty four. And yes, the target price is around two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. I love that. That's right in alignment with Max Keiser's short term target of two hundred and twenty thousand. Now, they also shared this chart. Both the all time high and the post halving two hundred and fifty thousand target came courtesy of the Elliott Wave theory charting, which we cover commonly here in the show with Bitcoin mimicking the behavior from the previous cycles. And you can see their estimation of how the Bitcoin price is likely to rise is coming directly from Bitcoin. Now, Bitcoin did, however, make room for a total of four pullbacks. As outlined in this chart, you can see one, two, three, four. Before we hit the peak at five, quoting them here, there will be one pullback before breaking to a new all time high, followed by another pullback at around one hundred and twenty five thousand. Additionally, there will be two more pullbacks after the halving, which are not demonstrated here. Now for the next one, three Bitcoin price models, one hundred and thirty thousand dollar target zone. That's right. Let's freaking go. Quoting CryptoCon here, I'm prepared for the lower prices, but the stars are aligning at one hundred and thirty for the Bitcoin this cycle. And the concept also hinges on the halving events and the next peak should come around four years after the sixty nine thousand dollar move in November of twenty twenty one. We all know everything is cyclical and Bitcoin every four years driven by the halving. Now the one million dollar question. How about a one million dollar Bitcoin price target leads us to Kathy Wood of ARK Invest, the CEO and chief investment officer, has joined former BitMEX CEO Arthur Hayes in doubling down on her seven figure price prediction when this could happen, understandably up for debate. But changing macroeconomic tides have emboldened what remains a daring Bitcoin price prediction. In October, Hayes maintained that the path to a one million dollar coin was in full effect thanks to the macro reality. Now quoting BlockWorks on the Margin podcast right here, this was shared actually on an interview. If people lose faith in the bond market and this fiat artificial construction we have created over the past 80 to 100 years, this global economy and how it has been structured, if we lose confidence in that, then the amount of money that's going to be looking for an alternative is going to be something that we have never seen before. He shared over in an interview and speaking of Kathy Wood, she was just on Bloomberg and here's what she shared when she was asked, what's a better hedge against inflation? Is it Bitcoin or is it gold? And very boldly she said, Bitcoin hands down, hands down is a hedge against both inflation and deflation. Yes, so is gold, but Bitcoin is digital. And if you look at the incremental demand we are going to see, but gold already has its demand. You know, it happened already, right? Bitcoin is new and institutions are barely involved in the young people would much rather prefer to hold Bitcoin than hold gold preach. So it's interesting that both gold and Bitcoin are hedges against deflation, but Bitcoin has been doing better recently preach and Bitcoin naturally will consider outpacing gold. I think it was Max Kaiser who said for every dollar, the Bitcoin price action increases. I'm sorry for every dollar, the gold price increases expect Bitcoin to go up by over $20 meaning it will continue to outpace gold by a factor of 20. Let me know if you agree or disagree fam. And we spoke about Kathy Wood and her a $1 million price prediction. In fact, she even has a bullish case scenario by the year 2030 of Bitcoin hitting $1 .48 million. Keep that in mind. But now let's discuss Arthur Hayes, the BitMEX founder predicting Bitcoin price to rally 2700 % taken us to $1 million per coin. And then we'll dive into the latest updates with the likelihood of the spot Bitcoin ETF being approved this month in November. According to the major asset manager, here we go. BitMEX co -founder Arthur Hayes is doubling down on a prediction. The Bitcoin is destined to reach the seven figure price. Hayes says that a monetary policy tool known as the yield curve control will act as the catalyst for Bitcoin to reach that 1 million Mark, a gain of around 2 ,700 % from the current level. Send it, let's go. Central banks use the yield curve control to influence the longterm interest rate level by buying longterm bonds as much as possible to prevent the rate from rising above the intended target. And according to Hayes, the entire U S government is enabling a loose monetary policy environment. Even as the fed continues tightening. Now the BitMEX founder first predicted seven figure Bitcoin earlier this year in March in that essay, which I covered here on the show. And at the time, he argued that China's loosening of his monetary policy would trigger Bitcoin to explode to $1 million per coin. Hayes also says the decision by the fed mid this week, uh, pause the rate hike interest rate suggests it's time to pump it up, pump, pump it up. And according to the BitMEX founder, the feds decision would trigger other central banks to also ease their monetary policy. Quoting him here over to you, BTC, let's go. I shall increase the pace of my rotation out of treasury bills and into Bitcoin and ish coins. Now that the fed had paused over two meetings, every other central bank has cover to print expect massive stimulus coming from China, Europe and Japan. So there you have it coming directly from crypto Hayes. Just blaze. Let's get it now for the moment you have all been waiting for. Let's dive into our featured story of the day and discuss a Bitcoin ETF being approved this month in November. And what would that mean for the crypto market? Let's break this baby down. We have Steven McClurg, the chief investment officer at Valkyrie investments has put forth a strong indication that a landmark approval from the U S SCC for a spot Bitcoin ETF can transpire by the month's end. Send it and let's go. The approval of the spot ETF is currently one of the biggest factors influencing the Bitcoin price as well as the entire crypto markets trajectory. You can say that again now alongside the financial giants such as black rock, the world's largest asset manager fidelity, which is about half the size of black rock. We got Vanek, we got Invesco, we got Valkyrie, one of the companies at the forefront of the battle with the SCC over the spot ETF. We also have grayscale. Don't forget the GBTC product. We have the firm managing to Bitcoin related ETFs at the moment. Now Valkyrie Bitcoin and ether strategy ETF and the Valkyrie Bitcoin miners ETF with a combined asset value of 51 .1 million at this time. And they also have active filings for spot Bitcoin ETF. Now McClurg, citing the latest amendments to Valkyrie spot, Bitcoin ETF app anticipates the SCC will issue another series of comments within the next weeks, potentially setting the stage for the approval of the 19 before rule changes by the end of the month. Send it quitting him here before anything else happens, we get a second round of comments and I believe we'll probably get those comments in the next one to three weeks. A late November approval likely means a February launch. So note that if we get the green light in November, it means the Bitcoin ETF would likely launch a few months later in February, which would be right in time again for the Bitcoin having. Now he also shared with ETF .com this interview suggesting a timeline for the SCCs response to these crucial amendments. He also argues the SCC can wait until January to ask the applicants to put the final touches on their S one filings. That's the other alternative scenario. Now Nate Geraci, host of the ETF prime pod explain that Valkyrie CIO suggests SCC can approve the 19 B fours exchange rule changes for the spot Bitcoin ETFs by the end of November and then the S one registration statements early next year. These don't have to be approved at the same time, so keep that in mind. Though they need both for the ETFs to begin trading. Now in recent weeks, the SCC has been actively communicating with ETF apps and disclose that the agency is carefully scrutinizing all spot Bitcoin ETF apps. The focal points of the SCCs inquiry have pertained to the comprehensive explanation of various risk disclosures, methodologies concerning index usage and net asset value computations, environmental risk inclusions, as well as detailed insights into custodial practices. Recent amendments to filings by entities such as BlackRock and VanEck have been augmented to eludicate how initial fun seating could be conducted and also note that BlackRock already began seeding their ETF back in October, which was last month. This is something that Larry Fink their CEO has already disclosed. Now because of that, industry experts remain cautiously optimistic. We have Matt Hogan, the CIO of bitwise asset management, highlighting lingering concerns, quitting him here. Market manipulation is still a potential stumbling block. Custody isn't a wrap, so there is still a lot of work to do, he stated. Now the anticipation isn't purely speculative. The man forecast suggests substantial interest. McClurg envisions about 10 billion bucks flowing into these products within the first one to two months post launch. While bitwise projects 50 billion in inflows within the first five years. I think that's extremely conservative. I could see trillions of inflows within five years, but hey, to each their own. Valkyrie revised its spot Bitcoin ETF filing October 30th a few days ago with an S1 registration statement submitted to the SCC outlining the Valkyrie ETF. The proposed fund shares are intended to be listed under the ticker BRRR on the NASDAQ stock exchange. Valkyrie updated their app and a part of a wider trend as several firms have similarly refiled their spot ETF apps signaling a concerted effort toward regulatory compliance and optimism for approval. Bloomberg ETF analyst, James Saferard identified these amendments as positive signals for progress and possible imminent approvals. Let me know which you think will get the green light first from the SCC. We all know it's imminent. We all know it's going to happen, but when is it going to be November? Is it going to be December? Could it be January? Could it be March? Let me know in the live poll we have on the screen. I have some bonus content to share with you before we dive into the live Q and A. This is from jury and Timur. Why is this so relevant? He is the head of macro at fidelity fidelity being a four and a half trillion dollar asset manager. He's the one who predicted a billion dollar Bitcoin price by the year 2038 and here's something he just recently shared. He shares some incredible threads I want to share with you. Bitcoin is volatile, but it's scarcity and adoption curve create the potential for it to be a high powered hedge against monetary shenanigans. I think of it as exponential gold and in this chart it shows you Bitcoin going past $1 .2 million per coin. That's pretty sexy. Gets me excited as he shares here. One of the attributes of Bitcoin is that it's a network asset and as such it's adoption curve has followed the typical S curve shape. We have seen many of the S curves throughout history and he continues here in the thread. The question, where is Bitcoin's journey along that S curve? A network assets value is driven by its adoption curve, so the slope of that curve matters a lot. Makes a good point. And when I first went down this rabbit hole in late 2020 it's adoption curve, which I defined as the number of non -zero addresses was very steep. It resembled the S curve for mobile phones during the 1980s and the 1990s, which was pretty promising. I'm going to read you a few more now. However, as the real rate narrative changed from dovish in 2020 to hawkish in 2022, the adoption curve flattened and it is now closer to the slope of the internet adoption curve from the two thousands and it has not made much progress since 2021. Now we also had some other threads which are very valuable. I'm just going to read the lead part of it with Bitcoin moving up. Once again, will its adoption curve accelerate as it did a few years ago and how does the macro trend on rates affect it? There's some very insightful data. If you want this, check the show notes below the video in the description. I'll include all of this. And he had one more good thread continuing the discussion from the recent thread on Bitcoin. I highly recommend you check this out because again, this is the head of macro over at Fidelity, one of the world's largest asset managers. So there you have it, my crypto fam and don't forget to check out cryptonewsalerts .net for the full premium experience with video and to participate in our live Q and a, and I look forward to seeing you on tomorrow's episode.
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"Welcome back to the mining pod. We got a great news roundup. Actually, a lot of stuff happened in Bitcoin mining this week, so we have much to get into. The shows have been getting slightly longer. We apologize for that. I think it's because we really like Bitcoin mining, so we just ended up talking about it a lot. As always, Charlie and Matt are joining me today. We'll get into the news in just a moment, but first a word from our sponsors. Did you know that you can make more money by merge mining other networks? Check out makemoremoneymining .com for information on BIPs 300 and 301, a proposal to bring more revenue to Bitcoin miners through sidechains and merge mining, called drivechains. Increase your mining revenues and learn more about participating in Bitcoin governance by visiting makemoremoneymining .com. Are you a miner who wants to activate Bitcoin improvements? Check out activation .watch. 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Hey, MiningPod. I'm Lee Bratcher, President of the Texas Blockchain Council. The Texas Blockchain Summit is now the North American Blockchain Summit. The same emphasis on policy, energy, and Bitcoin mining, but now expanded by working with our partners across the country. We've got great sponsors lined up like Riot, Marathon, GDA, Cleanspark, BitDeer, Lanceum, Kormit, Compass, HTS, Crypto Power, Priority Power, Sunoda, and many more. Solidify your next deal or JV or just come for the networking on November 15th through 17th in Fort Worth, Texas for the third annual North American Blockchain Summit. We'll see you there. Okay, welcome back to the show. On the docket, four different topics this week. First, we're going to start off with a little sidebar from Michael Saylor talking about Bitcoin miners dumping on the market. We'll get a little video here in a second, some responses to that. Then we're going to go into the meat of today's conversation. Biden administration putting out an executive order around AI and compute, then moving over to Core Scientific and its notice to move out of Chapter 11 in the coming months, and finishing off with Tether and its recent unsecured loan to Northern Data. So I'll first throw this video up on the screen. Let's take a listen now. Michael, Bob Pisani here. Bitcoin is going to be having a halving next year. That's a rare event. Can you sort of educate the viewers on what happens when that occurs and what, if any, effect that'll have on Bitcoin's price? Well, most of the natural sellers of Bitcoin in the market right now are Bitcoin miners, and they have to sell to pay their electricity bill and their capital cost and retire their debt. That's about a billion dollars a month's worth of selling into the market. The protocol forces that to be cut in half as of about next April, late April. So you're going to see $12 billion of natural selling per year converted into $6 billion of natural selling a year, at the same time as things like Spot, Bitcoin, ETFs increase the demand for Bitcoin. So that's why all of us are fairly bullish over the next 12 months. Demand's going to increase, supply is going to contract, and this is fairly unprecedented in the history of Wall Street. All right, I'll start off with this one. Yes, please do. Okay, so his assumption is that every coin that is mined is going to be sold basically immediately by a miner. Where I agree with him is that miners are natural market participants, and they are natural sellers in some degree in the sense that that is how they receive their revenue through mining, earning Bitcoin, and then they do have operational costs that they have to pay. But as we've seen clearly by public miners, right, in a very public fashion, people hold Bitcoin. Miners particularly hold Bitcoin in our long Bitcoin. He also makes it sound like this is a kind of a lot of spot market sell volume, when he said about a billion a month, which that's the upper bound. Where daily spot Bitcoin market volume is like this year, I would say average probably five to seven billion a day, right? And that's probably on a subset of exchanges, not globally. So we're talking about a pretty small market impact with not necessarily right numbers. Not to completely call them out, but I don't know, Charlie, what do you guys think? He can call them out. I'll echo what you said, Matt. I mean, miners are a natural seller of Bitcoin to cover opex. And this has kind of been a part of the conversation. Are miners the primary seller? Are they kind of the primary driver of this selling pressure in the market? If we back test it, if we look at real numbers, it's pretty clear they're not the primary driver. They're not the main seller of Bitcoin that happens kind of for other market reasons and other market participants. So I think it's actually pretty well understood of a phenomenon now or kind of mechanic in the market where I would say sailors kind of wrong characterizing it like this is not entirely wrong talking about the other things such as issuance and supply and demand ramping up. But as far as like sell pressure, I think that's a mischaracterization. Yeah, so I saw this video this morning on my feed, and I got a little annoyed because I do think like there's a lot of misinformation around Bitcoin selling into the market. I think it's just like the easy swing to take at people. And he does have like a lot of broad strokes answers within the CNBC interview. And I understand why he's talking to like a boomer market. They're not necessarily going to get it. They can understand that there's these miners and they sell. So that's why they like make everything so abstract. That being said, a billion dollars a month is not what we're seeing. So I looked at two metrics, just to sort of understand how miners are selling right now. One being this one from CoinMetrics, which takes a look at the one hop addresses, which would probably be Bitcoin miners. That's the best we can kind of guess. And how often they are selling based on what is their supply? Is their supply decreasing over a certain time period? And from August to October, it decreased by about a billion dollars USD over like a 60 to 90 day period you can see here on the screen. But it's actually rebounding right now. So that means miners are probably holding more. The second metric we looked at was the percentage of cells or the amount of Bitcoin sold by public miners. So we have that information from their statements they put out every month, and we have about 20 of these public miners. And they put out how many Bitcoin they sell every single month. And I just went back and looked at the last month that we have numbers for in September. And above 15 public miners took a look at, they sold about 165 million dollars worth of Bitcoin over that time period. And that's possibly like between 20 and 25 percent of network cash rate. So to get to Michael Saylor's number of one billion dollars sold per month, you'd have to assume that all these other Bitcoin miners are also dumping on the market and they're also dumping on like a price point that would push it towards a one billion dollar volume. It just seems like a little nonsensical to me. And then the other thing I wanted to mention was he talks about like this cell pressure is always there when it's not. You can look at this chart right here. You can see like Bitcoin miners are typically accumulating. They're not really selling. A lot of the miners we've tracked over the last year or so have been accumulating. It's only been the last few months that they're selling and they're really only selling their production. They're not selling their treasuries. They typically have very large totals. But we've probably beaten that subject to death unless Matt, you have a follow up? I was just going to say if what Saylor was saying is true, that chart would be a flat line, right? Because it's a cumulative amount held by the addresses. But very different, yes. Well, actually, you should you should relay that it's in dollar terms. You should relay the Bitcoin price over the chart. But you can see on that chart that in May 2020, it was going up, right? So when the previous halving hit, actually the amount held by miners was increasing as coins were being issued at one half the rate. Maybe that'll happen again. I do like starting off an episode with a modest Saylor pushback. So a modest proposal for Saylor. That's okay. He bought more Bitcoin this week. So I guess we'll take it. Well, we'll appreciate what he did. Let's go over to another video clip. The Biden administration this week put out an executive order relating to general compute and AI, essentially stating that if you're over a certain size of compute, then you need to register with the national government so they can keep an eye on you. Very interesting executive order that made a lot of people in the tech industry unhappy. I saw Marc Andreessen tweeting about this. I saw numerous people tweeting about this in the tech industry, saying you can pry this GPU out of my cold, dead hands is basically the tagline. Now for the gist of it, I do want to get into it in a second. It does seem like the regulations are such a high hurdle or threshold at this point that's not really going to affect the industry. It's like a forward -looking regulation. But it is somewhat concerning. Before we go into that, I do want to show this clip from Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI. He testified in May to Congress about the need for regulation in AI. And to me, this is sort of where the whole story begins. So I get this video first before we dive into anything else. But it is absolutely true that the number of companies that can train the true frontier models is going to be small just because of the resources required. And so I think there needs to be incredible scrutiny on us and our competitors. I think there is a rich and exciting industry happening of incredibly good research and new startups that are not just using our models, but creating their own. And I think it's important to make sure that whatever regulatory stuff happens, whatever new agencies may or may not happen, we preserve that fire. Charlie, I'll hand it over to you to get your take on it. This pissed off a lot of people in the tech industry, as I think it should. But where do you think you draw the line for regulation? Dude, I'm really not that qualified to talk about regulation on AI. I think this should be a careful scrutinized industry, but I don't know how we should scrutinize it. Sam Altman tends to be a divisive figure and kind of rubs me the wrong way as far as like how much trust him to be the figurehead for this new frontier, as he says, but I really don't have a strong take on this. I'll throw it over to Matt. I will give my consumer's perspective, but I guess like Sam Altman is, and that's the first time I've seen that clip, but he's like in a line of these notorious tech founders, Zuckerberg, Elon, coming to Congress and saying, we are open, please regulate our industry. I can't help but think, of course they want that. It just gives them a bigger moat if there's more regulatory capture, if there's more licenses that need to be done that restricts open competition. My worry is that in the AI industry particularly, if there is a higher barrier to compete, that when we interact with AI, there will be kind of a standard truth among them that spits out a lot of very plausible, believable answers, but if you've interacted with any of the earlier large language models of today, they can be very believable, but they can also be incorrect if you are asking them about things that you yourself are a subject matter expert on. I think open competition is a very good thing in the sense that other perspectives or more truths can be relayed to you from interacting with AI. That was a bit of a rant, but the general sense is that open competition, I think, is pretty important in the AI space, especially with how big people are forecasting it will become. I went to see the Oracle of All Truth, which has read it to better understand this executive order, and the executive order said, quote, any model trained with over 280 million H100 hours, H100 being a model of GPU, or any cluster with 10 to 20 FLOPS, which is 50 ,000 H100s, so it gave this very generalistic metric for understanding what is going to be regulated by the government or must be regulated by the government, and for most people, it's like, I have no idea what that is, but according to Reddit, the idea here is that this is a very, very high threshold. Only a few companies would be able to do this. The Microsofts, meet that threshold at this point, but that does give the government the ability to start incrementally regulating this industry as it gets going and off the ground, very much in the same way that they tried to do this with early compute in the 70s and 80s. They tried to do with cryptography in the 90s. Typically, all these things fail over time, but it does present a large hurdle and or does create monopolies within the new tech sector. I'll say it seems ridiculous to me to define an amount of compute at the legal or at the structural level. This is the fastest moving industry, so by the time this becomes enshrined into law or policy, then we will already have been Moore's law 18 months, doubled the amount of compute or whatever. It seems crazy to me to define it like that. I have not had a lot of faith in our regulators to tech understand at a level well enough to regulate it, so I'm not super optimistic that we'll know what we're doing this time around.
"matt." Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Well, there was a white serpent white nationalist insurrection at the U.S. capitol. Why do we need to purge patriots from the military? Why? Because there was this dangerous insurrection the U.S. capitol is the premise of so much of their totalitarian agenda. So what we have to do is confront and tear it out by the roots. Now you're asking me why are these people being held? Well, part of it is a failure are on the right. If I could march a 100,000 people to Washington to see the protests or treatment, they'd be released within 48 hours. Unfortunately, we're only able to gather at our rally prison only a few hundred people. So what we're growing. And we're raising awareness and every day we're putting more and more volunteers who get engaged and get engaged in America first community organizing through look ahead of America. We're here at turning point because there's so many young people who learn activism through turning point at the high school and college level. We now need to harness that energy and direct it towards the real world and get them engaged there. It is safe to say that the left agenda has already beaten this movement and they've been infiltrating the Department of Education for decades. Look, it's important to remember that everything we see the left succeeding with now is part of 100 year agenda. They've been doing this. This has been their plan for over a hundred years. And it took a lot of time and patience they had setbacks along the way, but they've been persistent. For us, look at America is a 100 year project, and it started this year. It's going to take a long time, a lot of effort, a lot of blood sweat and tears to accomplish what we need to save our country. But it starts with small victories. It starts with the victories we're having in Jordan. In New Jersey, we're even having victories in California. Small victories, but you could say the California is about to allow open-source voting equipment to be used. Without having to pay certification fees. Now that sounds like something very small and insignificant. But these small victories add up to big ones. And that's the same thing that's happened to the left. 100 year plan. That sounds Matt. You could easily say, well, that's simply a theory. How do you back that up with evidence of the ACLU? Yes. You know how old they are? 1920s? Yeah. About a hundred years. And so much of their agenda has been accomplished. If you look at the socialist organizations in this country, they go back a hundred years or more. You look at the left wing labor unions and what they've tried to accomplish over generations. Those organizations are over a hundred years old. They have been fighting for this for a long time. On the right, there's been nothing to push back against it. We sort of counted on the continuing momentum that our founders gave us without organizing without hierarchy without leadership and we attempted this in the past. There have been starts and stops. You may recall the Tea Party movement. Sure. But that kind of degraded into business and then became eventually a grift a racket. A lack of leadership at lack hierarchy, and that's what look at how America is delivering. And we have a clear American first ideology to drive us. Is this say an American incepted from the left? Is this American intercepted movement? Or is this have influence from outside like Europe? I'm going to label it as communism. I'm simply going to label this communism. You can call the left movement. I don't know what it is. I'm exactly in that regard. Outside our borders, but all the nation's greatest threats are within our borders. Every problem we have is here in the country. It's not a result of outsiders as a result of weakness of our own people to take democracy seriously to take community organizing seriously. So you get off get off their asses and stop convention about problems. Stop just going to these conventions watching all these people speak and then going home. Because if you just come into this event at turning point to go see Marjorie Taylor Greene and Donald Trump Jr. speak, it's like you're going to a concert like their rockstar to something. There's a word for that. This pornography, this is just pornography for conservatives. If you're not coming to look at America booth to sign up and get involved and you put to work, this is just pornography. Political pornography, I like that. I mean, that's a nice, nothing fantastic. It's coming up. It's just purely personally indulgent with nothing productive coming out of it. What's next for look ahead America? What's the next battle that you're going after? Well, we have battles raging in over 30 states where we need support. But the next national event we're having is we're commemorating the political persecution of our brothers and sisters with a candlelight vigil on January 6th. We're trying to get one of them, at least one of them in all 50 states. And the one in D.C. will be at the prison where some of these people are still being held. So if you're interested in helping us out, we'll look at America dot org slash vigil. And get in touch with us. Let us know if you want to host a vigil or to find out where one might be happening near you. Some closing comments for listeners, please. Look, there's no community organizing without community. Community of the people listening right now get off your ass go look at America dot org show up. We will put you to work. We'll ask you to do difficult things. But that's what necessary to save our country. Look, we were founded by a couple of ragtag folks who decided on Christmas night to cross a freezing weather and freezing river and attack the most powerful military in the country. And the world. I'm not asking you to do that. I'm asking you to maybe show up and hold a candle for an hour. I'm asking you to maybe pass on suppliers. I'm asking you to maybe go door to door and help us register some voters. That's all I'm asking you to do. And that's what we need to save our country because if you're not willing to do at least that then it's over and stop complaining because you are the problem. Matt brayer ladies and gentlemen.
"matt." Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Matt, take a moment to introduce yourself for listeners. Sure, my name is Matt rayner. I'm the executive director of look ahead America. A look at American is America first community organizing. For generations we've surrendered the field, the community organizing to the left, and that's why we're suffering so many losses at the local state and national level. We're going to fight back against that by organizing community organizing from America first perspective. And we've been very successful in that so far, this is really our first year of activity. We've got leadership in over 30 states. We've had major impact. We've got major media coverage. And we have this major presence here in Arizona. And thanks to the generosity of mister Jim layman, Arizona energy entrepreneur. So we've been had a very successful 2021. We're looking forward to having even more successful 2022. So listeners are about Jim. Who is that? And he said he's an entrepreneur. Jim layman is solar energy entrepreneur here in Arizona. He's created a business from nothing into a $1 billion company. He's currently running for Senate here. Now look at America where nonprofit nonpartisan so we don't endorse candidates or policies or we don't know our candidates or parties. But it is thanks to him that we're able to have such a major presence here in Arizona. Okay. And where do you root from? Where does it look ahead America root from? Is it D.C. based or Arizona based? Well, we have leadership in over 30 different states. So we're national based. We have over 3000 volunteers coast to coast. We have a national staff, but we're somewhat spread out. But I personally am D.C. based, but we've got people everywhere. We've got eyes and ears everywhere. We've got activists everywhere. And what is the main message of look ahead America? Is it more of a conservative message or preserve the constitution? Is there a particular message that we don't do message? There's too much messaging. It's just a bunch of bullshit. We're here at this Coventry. You look at the stage. They're just, I just was listening to somebody gasping about they're in the skulls and they're putting your kids in dresses and not telling you about it. We know all the problems. We're not about messages. We're not about talking about action. Look at how Americans the action. We solved the problems. We address them. We bring resolutions. We've had victories already this year. A very simple example is that in the state of Georgia, right now, only urban progressive counties are allowed to vote on Sundays. And what happens to this counties is that the urban progressive churches gather all their members and they all go vote together. It's not allowed in the rural patriotic counties of Georgia. So our efforts in Georgia have been focused on flipping rural patriotic counties so that they can also have their church's organized souls to the polls and vote on the Sunday's leading up to the election. So far we've already flip one of the biggest counties in Georgia, Cherokee county, and we're looking to flip another hundred in the next year. So that is concrete results. When we look at the state of New Jersey, we thanks to our efforts to educate state legislators in that state on the problems with black box voting with dominion and E S and NASA systems. We've had a stake center introduce our own legislation to ban that equipment. So these are victories that we're stacking. These are real actions that make a difference. We're not just talking about we're not just messaging out. At our heart, we are America first. That is what drives our ideology and our agenda. And we're going to expand that into different issues. But right now, our focus is our getting rid of CRT and we have a very concrete plan where people listen to this can take action to actually have victory small victories at the local level, which is where community organizing really happens. We registered over 10,000 new patriotic voters right here in Arizona, and we're continuing that nationwide. So these are really concrete actions where the people listening, we will click you to work, not talking about problems up being aware of the problems, but actually doing something to solve them. What is the biggest problem right now facing America? Lack of community organizing on the right. And that is what look ahead America is meant to result. Look, whether we're losing battles at the school board level regarding CRT and transgenderism, whether we're losing vows at the state level regarding election integrity and how the elections are unworthy we're losing battles at the national level with our brothers and sisters being persecuted for their political beliefs and exercising their First Amendment rights on January 6th and they're being held in gulags and persecuted not for what they did before what they believe. The reason we're losing these battles continuously is because of a lack of community organizing. The left would never tolerate this why? Because they would have a massive number of people show up in D.C. and demand these people to be released. They would fill the halls of their state legislatures. They would bombard with comments and activism, the school boards. We're not doing that on our side because of the lack of hierarchy of lack of leadership, lack of resources. That's what look ahead America is delivering in state after state, and we're starting small. We don't have a lot of money. We don't have a billionaire backing us like the left does, but we've raised some significant money. We have some significant donors and we're just organizing state after state and finding small victories that we get bigger victories later on. You speak of George sos when you mentioned billionaire back in the left? Sure. I mean, look, the left doesn't have to beg for money to fund their community organizing efforts. They have people lining up to fund it. Look at America, you know, I started this organization four years ago, and we got nowhere. It wasn't until our efforts with the voter integrity project to discover legal ballots that we were able to get some headway and raise some money. Unfortunately, we've been able to raise some money. We've got a reasonable donor based, but we need so much more to be active in all the states to have professional staff in states. Talk a little bit about the January 6th hostages being held. I mean, they're not hostages, but these people that were I would say hostages, I would use that word. What's happening there in that regard? What are you learning? What's going on? You're saying gulag. They're being tortured. Look ahead, America has been the national leader on this issue. We've been engaged with this all the way back to January when we demanded through letters that the part of justice and FBI drop all charges against nonviolent offenders. Matt, were you involved in this before Marjorie Taylor Greene? Yes, we broke the eyesight. In fact, Margie is a friend of our organization to spoken at our events. But going all the way back to January, we are the ones that first wrote the letters to the Department of Justice asked them to release these people because it was an injustice. After that, members of Congress started sending letters. We held the first rally at the Department of Justice. Paul gosar spoke at it. This was back earlier this year. After we had our event at the Department of Justice members of Congress, showed up at the Department of Justice, then we held a big rally at the prison itself in D.C. and then members of Congress to start going to the prison. And we held a massive rally at the U.S. capitol in September. And we've also held about 30 events at state capitals all across the country. So we have sort of been an icebreaker on this issue where we're very grateful that members of Congress have followed up and continue to investigate continue to demand action, but we've been leading the fight on this going all the way back to January. So you're the front line for those people being held, why is it that they're being held as their political prisoners, aren't they? They are. And the reason they're being held is because the left knee is there for there to be a narrative about there being an instruction. They need this insurrection to have happened for them to be the greatest threat to American democracy in our history. And you can't have an insurrection without insurrectionists and instructions need to be punished to focus in the law. That's why these people are being persecuted for having a ten minute self guided tour of a public building and causing no damage and assaulting nobody. This is the premise that so much of their agenda depends on. Well, why do we need CRT in schools?.
"matt." Discussed on GOOD PODS DON'T HAVE LONG NAMES
"I eat forty-six hotdogs george forty six short boy short points You know my buddy luke. Sign me up for a hotdog eating contest and college as a joke. One time and then reached out to bills hotdog factory and said i wanted a sponsorship and call me did take now. Well the walked because it was making fun of me for being fat. Yeah it's okay. I should have what he's like. Matt you fucking hot dogs. And i'm like i. I enjoy hotdogs. I don't love hot dogs. All the time. I two dogs tops. He's fuck using fifteen twenty dollars. Yeah family gathers. We signed me up for a hotdog eating contest. Yep and the bread and the water many messages bills hotdog factory in facebook in says. Hey my buddy. Matt matt k. Needs a sponsor for his next hotdog eating competition. And may call me okay. This is so and so from bills opt-out tractor. We heard you need a sponsor. Yeah i'm like this is awesome right now. Yeah all right. We will eat hotdogs. Call subway doing a long waiting competition. I'm in okay. Somebody's bills hotdogs on every podcast. Yeah that's not a thing all platters now. I know that's what i said. Okay the six because they were expensive to a bread baking oven. Yeah that could accommodate a six foot long piece of bread. Do you think that maybe what they did in the past because they were cutting into one second one injustice anyway two or three. I know you're going to say and the answer is no they come off other pieces of bread and then just stuck it all the wrong. It's wrong. I'm one hundred. I knew a guy who owned a subway. Yep you've seen heavyweights have new. I'm he's holding up a fucking six hundred forty. That's that's hollywood. Good pull out your fucking phone and just search. Six foot sub sandwich k. Somebody does it. Subway eat friday. Don't do it. I bet bouche amis the original. Yeah and they have to put seventeen layers of meat on your fucking sandwich. That's okay that a bad thing going meet. I didn't say it was a six foot. Giant sub from subway just called the giant sub. Not along boys called along boeing on boy. This is just answering the question but it says a six foot sub is ninety nine dollars and ninety eight cents at twenty five bucks piece. Hold on.
"matt." Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"This big package is only extra hundred bucks. I'm like i don't want a hundred bucks. I watch fight says it to watch your other stuff. What will you gotta buy the whole bags. I'm like act canceled or dot tv but while you cancel the tv fourteen years ago instead fifteen years ago and just stuck with it. Yeah i got you for you. So what about netflix. You think you know. I mean they. They brought a susan rice. They brought rigging obama's on the board they got all these like creepy like half child problems frigging videos and you gotta do a little research man. They're creepy. I mean the movie that they got in trouble for the. I forget what it was about kids working. Uies twelve year olds. Yeah they didn't make it but they showed. It made that. I told you about this. With who is a cult leader the waco guy. David koresh made that women do that with the director. Who made that. Roy made that movie that guy it whoever whatever. The piece of shit made that they made that guy to be the hero and at one point in that movie they go and if it doesn't listening left the scene in the movie the guys talking radio guy and he goes well and if you have a problem with david koresh being with an underage of fourteen year old whatever. It was then. You don't have a problem with greg. Problems with texas. Laura the state of texas southern like wait a minute. Why is that putting their third case. This guy be with a a our see that adding. It's it's sabs to i. What is this crap that yeah. That's what i'm but but you know there's people like us Isn't too many people out there. Like i seen that. I might gonna making this guy out. I rock star some kind of fucking robinhood or some shit. And i'm like what do the politics of what down there. But if you are trying to justify this guy being with a young teenage girls something you're already fucking dead wrong and usually fucking on. I know i get nuts with it was also a way to make the fbi look shitty too. They i think they wanted to blame the fbi. They what they wanted to make the cops look like idiots to that one line that was in there was i remember that line too..
"matt." Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"And tried and what matt he ended up getting swallowed because matt was shutting down the floor. Frustrating at is the nicest d- only maybe nice that enhanced cargo and it caught the chicken matinee face on the floor in getting disqualified. Because mad had a way of suffocating. Jujitsu guys would is folded pressure. Where guys would normally trying on lot he would just get out and beat him up and your torture the jitsu guys mattie will you know if it's kind of the seemed body position that we have in greco roman wrestling head him seeing down pressure that like not that leaning pressure that that up riot hips in but aloe just kinda create not pressure low attacks. It's more of a sri type base than of a table. Will you take away to leg table. It falls or in this case gets armlock. They're trying but you had that vote hits heavy fighting their legs. Come out because it's not like you did it. To wonder jitsu guy w fabio leopoldo and another gracie jealous. Yeah ooh that guy's a tough dude man. So it's it's wild man so i'm happy that you got you really are beverly. You know. Put put my time in i. I've been. I've been just rolling with the freedom ballot. You know for years to finally somebody was like. Here's a bow due date and so the last twelve years. I've been rolling with a brown belt. And and i'm out in atlanta. I'm rolling with a couple hands those One was about the house a black belt. And they're like back to new york. Mccall hanzel out here. Yeah that's a man. At least you wasn't handed to you. That's the worst of rather. I think i've done a lot with the nogi and playing. The data competed inaba dhabi. But put on again out now. I don't even want roll. Slow the game down. I'm fifty one years old brother. I'm forty seven. i'm with you do. I'll do some though gay i do. But it's a different animal. It is a different atom. I mean wouldn't be it takes away a majority of those lovelock's it really does like those guys that are killing the leg locks you buy the gallon. They just take it away. It just doesn't quite take it away. The grips the friction and they can't get the same leverage and maneuver you the same way when you can make these groups with the gay. It just is what it is. There's a reason why these guys that are killing with the legs. Don't jump into a thing with the on in canada. My shit on them because they're fucking battles not different sport because i've i think it is. I think it's like record. Freestyle differ tactics different strategies. Things don't work in greco work in freestyle. Things don't work. Freestyle will work in greco. And it's it is like you say it's not a different sport but it's a different discipline for sure with the you saying. Yeah i mean some guys. You could have the same kind of game plan. Like mimes always pretty much to improve my position. It's an from either submitter. Like if i'm not if i'm the guard i'm looking. I'm not fighting passing side control. I'm either submitting improving my position. Just like i do the on. It gives you more options as far as struggles and whatnot more ways to manipulate the balance. That's why i think it's a great training tool because you can't manipulate the balance the same way without his animals that even more solid like pasture. You know what i mean so we know what you mean..
"matt." Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"You know what. I mean we we call the. Nfl dies the world champs. In the major league baseball we won the world title. Shoot you got candidates. Now you got the blue jays are not the world champs necessarily it's bug makeup these titles in. That's what i was talking about with like. Yeah the guys good is the best. I don't know because there's no architecture say here's some some rankings in these guys because everybody has their own contracts by yeah. Are you still doing the contract work too. I know you were doing the. Are you fulltime coaching. You mom fulltime moved to colorado Moving here in colorado springs where headquarters are olympic city usa in colorado springs. But you know unfortunately. Since it's kobe hit we've been we've been locked out of our training sir center which is thoughts on that. I don't want to get into it. But i got you on this show i got. It's all political. I know it's it's strange arms. Isn't it you listen. It's not four different. When i do besides at my little buddy here you know i got my jujitsu squad. I lost one of them do that. So i get your bro. I'm grappler also different discipline. But you know we're close. I've been. I've been to your school. Is that the the main one is still open or you open to other ones. I know i think you've been levittown school. I'm not sure if you've been to my huntington school. They'll every down schools. No longer there. But the original one i you know what i i had to and then i upgraded both of them so i'm not sure which when you were at but i'm matter it's been a few years while i was just three weeks ago out in the city at heads. Jim yes and. I don't know if you saw heads up. Give me a black belt. Office was tank up today. Everybody's bringing my mess ends up. Congratulations bro i did see that. That's great was. And how could you not love hanzel. Right matt absolutely man and if if you know hey matt of definitely give you a vibrant age. I never put a Until i retired from. Emma may oh you put it on stinks though. I turn four days a week dude. Trying to it's it's a fun game man. It's it's it's a different sport. It's not the saints or much spanish. Strangle somebody with a jacket. No it is my absolute joy. Strangle somebody with a jacket. And all control they hit missing you shut guys down early my ufc debut berlusconi her which i talked about earlier my very good friend and gracie blockbuster called omega had his debut fresh off his women japan.
"matt." Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"Nazi-era you my friend. My culture map. Linlin you jimmy last night. I don't think we've met no. I met jimmy all the listeners. Out there 'cause we have we have a few she you gotta throw matt linens named fight pass because i. This is what i feel weird about jimmy. I tell you told you this before. A tone that the guy's white came up with why on. I can't tell you because i vote on matt. I'm sure that serb definitely a a handful myself at matlin will fight on that same cards concordes a lot coming up. I want people to know him. They don't know that he's suplex. And everybody all over the place shutdown guys before it was cool. You know what i mean. Matt you good to see you care about in. Hoboken is a wrestling camp. Where we're taking the team to oslo world championships. So we'll be in new york city on the twenty. It were trained in hoboken from twenty three through the thirtieth old man. now what exactly are you coaching. Tell everybody. I coached the. Us national team is our athletes that compete in the world championships. The olympic games and i manage multiple as developments were fifteen u seventeen u twenty and then our senior most of our senior athletes. Come out of those the parlamento age groups now by the time they get to you are has other people determined yet. They're good enough to probably go to the olympics. Or is that something you make a final determination and they beat mean they they gotta they gotta win those those tournaments to get the opportunity unlike every other country in the world. We we have. What is called ted stevens. A congressional acted says you have to have a defying procedure leads to qualify for the the world championships olympic games pan am games. Pan am championship. So it's a. It's a hierarchy all athletic architecture that determines how how you have to give their you know. I think there was some times in in the sport where it was like. We didn't have that in. You have sea world. It was like yeah that guy. We want him to be our champions. We're gonna let him up with the sommese easy fights and get him the title instead of saying you know if you beat this guy you beat this guy next. We'll be fighting for the title. There wasn't that we we definitely have that in russell. The us started using professional basketball players. At one point on. I understand the whole other world was using..
"matt." Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"Jimmy but i wanna watch. Is i want you to message me when you i cannot see. You're wrong. I love my wife i go. She was that was a great move. I go mrs several right elsewhere vegas. Let's get back up to room and get freaky. I should left. Keisha i was of i kind of got too much in conversation but anyway now we have our next guests in the way before we. I guess we have to wrap up. I love talking to you. What are you promoted. I know you're on your calling for invicta. what else are you doing. I know you're busy. I'm really that's my primary thing right now. I mean a a big transition moving my family across the country and right now. We are trying to decide between two places but gunfights for invicta and coaching still training and acting. I really enjoy acting manager. It's like it's like the joe almost like the joy of fighting like when you get your hand raised without the bruises. You know what i need. But it's very different because you don't get the you don't get the payback. You don't get the pay out until you know on slater. You know what i mean. It's a weird feeling but but it's like you run the scene. Do the seen a few times and there those moments when like matt like when you when you hit a perfect technique whether it being a fighter in the gym when you when when when you don't even have to think about you know like the secret just comes to you that's what it feels like. It's like when you when you have ever really good seen any like mad. I felt that and feel like somebody else for a second. You know you feel like superheroes. So i really enjoy that man. I want to get it to do more of that. I've done some stunt work over the past few years and slightly started meaning into acting. And i didn't. I didn't think that i could do that. But like i've got some compliments from some people halle berry being one of them. So i'm hoping that i'm hoping that it wasn't wasn't just telling me that i was good for for no reason but to do that thompson. Listen before we let you go not about fighting but of all your purely your.
"matt." Discussed on Distributed, with Matt Mullenweg
"Interacting with other human beings and not just a computer all the time like i used to that the company has benefited and then when other people do the same work Like any relationship when people invest into improving the relationship that multiplies. And i like to think that maybe not all thirteen hundred. But we've got maybe twelve hundred or twelve fifty folks investing in improving the relationships at the folks that work with and that's when alito much better product over time faster iteration order some of the blind spots. You've uncovered working with coach this year. How limiting my communication can be sometimes even sometimes how ask a question from a place perfectly good intention can put the other person in like a victim mentality but unlike our mentality were on solving things someone. I can play the savior role so they can be very very subtle. It's like. Is there anything i can do to help you. I says what do you need for this to be success. One is like putting the power with me. The healthy other is putting the power with you to define what you need and then i support that but ultimately you have the agency which is far more empowering. I've been learning and working on by the way non. Violent communication is an amazing book and bc. Which has a terrible name was really valuable That was not what this coach but was a game changer. If years ago the other is like i feel like for most of my life. I kind of treated myself as like a brain in jar so like disconnected intelligence that i'd invest a lot in exercising ray brain but not anything else but also not really listening to my body and so something i've been working on a lot is trying to listen to you. Whoever speaking to also listened with awareness of what's going on throughout my whole body and that's been kind of amazing in just this idea that maybe you can name a feeling by naming feelings also hard until inches on on with shane..
"matt." Discussed on Distributed, with Matt Mullenweg
"And so we need to make sure that we have the organizational structures in place at a sport that and we've shifted to the kind of digital berkshire-hathaway we've prioritized some longer. Infrastructure product investments in. Sort of using the opportunity of this year to say. Hey let's let's do this five-year investments and really started now and really make lots of progress on it and then just hiring scaling are hiring and training. It's kind my other obsession. Which i know you. And i have talked about before like if we can make people timbers more effective. That's the grill of hiring one hundred thirty new folks and so how can we invest by the way one side effect of being distributed in having the mastery tommy purpose even credible retention so our regretted sureness something like four percent per year three percent three and a half percent and so if people stay more than a year or two. The probably be here a very very long time so you have to train them. They're going to be around forever. Settle joke like whatever. I train people leave. And like what if you don't and they say that guy we've got some examples of this to be completely candid like we were a little bit relying on in person as a crash so a lot of our previous learning and training happily together in person so we are much like children in the world trying to learn how to do this in a distributed fashion really really effectively and just invest as much as possible in coaching Programs and concepts we like like radical candor. And how do we get that distributed throughout the whole organization so all of this is probably the most important thing we're doing is organization right now. I wanna talk a little bit the differences between public and private. You just mentioned doing this five year. Big infrastructure investment. Is that something that you get an advantage of being a private company. Where you might have more scrutiny. If you're a public company how do you think about it that..
"matt." Discussed on Distributed, with Matt Mullenweg
"Create your own version of it but um sort of like have this level of conversation with people and see where it goes. I think that was really effective. I want to go back to decision making a little bit with the the pichu program and having this distributed sort of like record of decision making which seems awesome. Because you'll be able to pick out. People who are consistently right might not be as heard or recognized as because you'll be able like eventually computers will be able to save. This person is more consistently accurate than perhaps they're they're waiting in. The decision happens but how do frame that is. Everything time box like you said at the start. We have thirty six hours to make this decision. What are the parameters that you put along that so that it doesn't just spiral out of control. And how do you differentiate between decisions that need to be made as soon as possible and maybe larger strategic decisions. That can be as late as possible. I think sometimes we do this poorly by the way. So there's definitely threads that get started which don't have a clear goal or outcome or time limit and they can just meander on for days or weeks and then you come to it later like oh my goodness what is that says. Like fifteen twenty thousand words. Do i decipher this. Automatic is written communication culture. And i believe clear. Writing represents clear thinking and we filter for this in hiring and we we talk about writing a lot so we invite writers. We talk about books on writing. Well words at work to like get people to be clear written communicators some of the things. I'd recommend other companies. Try that we've come to l. Let's say there's there's a A post which is presenting an idea. A very common pattern is a t. l. d. are at the top ever not familiar that acronym it's t. l. semicolon dr and it stands for too long. Didn't read and so essentially. Oftentimes people put like a little tweet late..
"matt." Discussed on Distributed, with Matt Mullenweg
"Like pool in the number two and so if we're trying to make a decision for the now says widget inside the product we don't call a bunch of meetings about it. We create a threat and so this internal blogging threat. Someone will say hey we decide on this widget mouth as discuss it for thirty six hours. And then we're going to make a decision and then everyone essentially has almost like an internal common thread. that's kind of like mixed between not just like a blogging common thread or forum. Where they can discuss. They can embed videos in gifts and mock-ups in discussions linked to research and everyone's kind of participating in their own time and they're right and essentially little mini essays so steps on the cuff responses and reactions to things. We're able to really think about it. Take around walk around the block. Shower may players dog. Think about the problem and really ruminate on it and bring their best answer to and then everyone's doing that back and forth and then at the end of the time period because that's synthesize the best wisdom knowledge information from this make decision and so it took a little bit longer. Maybe from start to finish. I feel like the decision could be ten or a hundred times better and when the quality of your decisions determines your outcome disorder. Process can be amazing now also. Let's fast forward. Each thread that gets created is adding to the institutional knowledge of the organization in a permanent way. So it's ten years later. Like why on earth does a widget work and what usually happens particularly software. Engineers come into this. I'll let let's rewrite this sort of reinvent if scratch and then they. Reinvented the same problems again. All bugs because they didn't really understand why it worked the way it did before but now there's this perfect threat which shows the entirety of the thought process of the decision and how the decision came from. And so now we have now at automatic. I feel like it's a. It's our biggest asset more than the money in our bank. More than us offer anything. Is this sort of now. Fifteen year record of every decision. Every design process. Everything is in these internal blogs. And it's kind of amazing what you can find there. Of course we built a good search engine for and everything and you can really mind. And i think it allows us to now not recreate the same mistakes particularly when in tech company fast growing twenty thirty percent of your people might be there less than a year they might be ready do and so is allows fast scaling companies to escape the ground hodousek. That often happens when you're growing quickly and what was level five level five is nirvana it's somewhat unattainable but you always want to aspire to. So i think that we have glimpses of level..
"matt." Discussed on Distributed, with Matt Mullenweg
"If you haven't essentially what are are how companies evolve through working in a distributed fashion because an engineer we start counting at zero. So there's a secret. Six level level is job which absolutely cannot be done distributed. What's funny is we think. A lot of jobs were zero. It turns out they warmth in the pandemic. So i like to refer to a telemedicine us. Thank you needed to go into the doctor to have them. Look at that rash on your kid. And i can do that online. So level will zero like construction. Maybe being one level. One is one. If you weren't in the office or with your other colleagues for a little bit of time you could get by but it's the environments not really suited for so typical and level. One is like a family emergency. Go pick up your kids from school. Maybe you could hop on a phone call. But maybe you won't have access to like the vpn or internal company resources. It wasn't really designed for that. So you get by for day but you're pretty unhappy. Level two is where most companies went to a pandemic sellable. Two is where you basically try to take everything you didn't office and retreated online and this is like the cargo cult of the sugar at work right like you. You say oh you know. We used to be in six hours of meetings a day now. Let's be six hours resumes a day and let's have these ways of reporting and let's In a maybe you have access to more tools online A typical if you're in level two you might feel totally exhausted at the end of every day in a way. You never did an office. Lots of little to organizations too many meetings you know. They worry about mont an selling monitoring software on their employees. Computers are like in. They don't have a good way for people to to have a home office for things. Like that level. Three's where he started to embrace the benefits of being online..
"matt." Discussed on Distributed, with Matt Mullenweg
"I'm so excited to be here. One of my favorite at favorite wordpress sites in the world. Yeah definitely what percentage of the internet are you now like fifty sixty. No not yet not yet. I think we're thirty eight percent at the top ten million websites which is more than ten times. The number two. yeah yeah. Furnish streets like point zero zero zero two percent of that. But yeah but it's like twelve percent of the awesomeness a- and you a very rare to letter got blocked on redo one of the oldest in the world. Thanks to you. That was possible to really appreciate. How did work press get started. What's the origin story behind. Wordpress gash wordpress came out of of a passion. I was blogging and found the software called me to to essentially founded as the most customizable blogging software out there but very small the dominant one was called movil type just kind of a static site publisher probably ninety five percent the market by likely to and i started like volunteering the forms and writing little code patches for like helping other people and so got involved in that community which i've always found the most exciting part of building things are being online. It's being persecuted and when the software kinda got abandoned I blog about that. And said i'd love to see something that combined. The best thing is the simplicity of blogger. Customize ability or the power of movable type the elegance of tax pattern and ability to those reporting a blogging platforms so kind of try to combine those things. This fellow i'd never met in the uk a little if you're serious about this. Let's work on this together. He was another volunteer on the forms and things and also a real developer was like a nineteen year old kid used professional and so we just started packing together together and that turned into war us. And how did that like overtake the world. Was it just like it was such a better mouse trap or was it a timing thing or like what was the. What would you describe. The reasons of that sort of one set at a time and still to this day i believe in sort of incentives and environments and markets always trump anything one individual or company can do and i think we're presses a great example of that the competitors others in the market were far better transfer funded had hundreds of employees are launching onstage..
"matt." Discussed on Distributed, with Matt Mullenweg
"I believe all proprietary software to be an evolutionary dense. Maybe it'll take fifty or one hundred years but what happens just like what happened fairly quickly with like encyclopedia. Britannica and other cyclopes. Wikipedia is at the thing which is open to all and gets everyone working together if it truly gets that sort of like humanity working together on the same shared resource you get the opposite of the tragedy of the comments versus like the field being overrun each person operating in their own self interests so kills the environment or kills. Share thing you each person operating their own self interest mixture share thing better and better and digital world. We can do that. Because we have economists economics of abundance versus economic scarcity. that's why open source of wolves eventually win every market..
"matt." Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"But i think also Especially in my job i i. I didn't win saying okay. i'm gonna. I'm gonna fight this guy unless i had you. Let's say knew something the game before and made me wanna fight him. He hit a guy hardy. He did something that was idiotic. And i had to make sure our team was going to be screwed with For me it was all about winning. It was all the winning the game. So if i had to first of all drawn into a penalty and take a punch and then fight him later. That was all part of the process. But it's all of a winning winning winning winning hockey and That's all that matters to me whether i won. The fight lost a fight. Whoever i fought it was the winning hakim in the day. And he's speaking of rob. Ray i mean you got traded. He's a former teammate of yours. You go out to dinner with him the night before and the next night. You drop in the gloves. Yeah i mean it's one of those things you never wanna fight. A friend is not something. That's comfortable like dinner. My house before But once once you get on the ice. I mean i at that time i was same for pittsburgh. Penguins he's playing for the buffalo sabres and you know the way the game progresses. It just happens. It's not like i set out or he said out 'cause he certainly didn't and we didn't like fighting's other ended up winning the fighters pretty close but it is what it is but you set forward and i try to assess this everyone. I was playing for the district penguins as much as i love my time for buffalo for seven years. I was there at that night. Pittsburgh penguins flavor buffalo sabres and he was doing the best for his team is doing the best for my team. We thought would help our team In any which way but definitely different different scenario when you have to fight one of your best friends i. It's very very different right. You got the friendship Away from the next however long. And you know it's wars war you've got to win the game So you you play kennedy playing youth hockey swear to go back to. Maybe you know back to the childhood a little bit With island hockey's pretty big hair. We produce you know fair amount of players from the island I grew up. Just north of the city. Hockey's very big there to hockey here is nothing like hockey's and canada. It definitely get for night. Coach might fund with the ninety eight played. We played against the long island goals with adam fox and Obviously charlie mcevoy. And jeremy bronco a lotta guys that are not even those three that went on to say d..
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