9 Burst results for "Mr. Kellner"
"mr. kellner" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"What a garbage person. I have nothing nice to say, and we're going to move on. So A couple of other things that we're looking at a cz. We continue to watch this hearing. I know that you guys probably we'll talk. We're gonna hit this more to coming up. I know you guys saw the situation with the shooting in Denver. Over the weekend. This happened at the Patriot Muster. In Colorado. And What happened is and I have been looking at the stills and I've been looking at the video. There was a 49 year old manly Keltner. And they were at this patriot Muster. And this guy. A registered Democrat, because I know this is important the left, so I'm going to read it like you guys would A registered Democrat who has expressed Antifa sympathies 30 year old Matthew Doll if who was hired by Channel nine news In Denver. To illegally operate as their security even though he had no affiliation with Thie company that nine news said they hired him from and he was not a licensed security guard, according to city officials. He's seen and photo stills reaching for the on person property of Mr Kellner and Mr Kellner is extending his hand open handed. So he's trying to keep his distance. If you really wanted to really hurt the guy he would have And The guy's taking, trying to go for his own person property. And at that point Keltner in one still He is spraying Mace. But do you want to know what I see when I look at this photo? I see the slide of dollars gun back. That means that bullets already in Keller's face. This guy was drawn down before he even deployed Mace. And according to the video And the stills. I don't even know what this dollar guy was doing There. It looks like he inserted himself into a situation as the aggressor. And then shot and killed this guy. Unbelievable. Channel nine news. And then when they reported on it, get this when they reported on it. They apparently and I was really sassy about this on Twitter. I don't know if you've you saw that over the weekend. I said So nine news hired a guy not even qualified to run security. Did the news team at this brain trust missed the scoop on purpose or on advice of counsel? Unbelievable. They hired some random guy. With occupy slash antifa ties, according to all these reports. They sent him out there. He didn't have any security training. He clearly had no discernment training, No de escalation tactics and anyone who has ever taken 30 minutes of a self defense or defense of firearms course. Or a security course, knows that the first thing that you are told in the 1st 30 minutes of such of course you are told about your responsibility for de escalation and your higher level of discernment. That's what you're told. And the media hires this dipstick. Who has zero discernment training zero de escalation tactic. Zero good judgment, who apparently inserts himself in this situation, draws down on a guy and shoots and kills him. Now, from what I see. As I said his slide was already back. This guy had and the other photos and video the guy was drawn down on him before he sprayed Mace..
"mr. kellner" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"To voters. What's wrong with that question? It's common. Sense. These guidelines are worth reiterating giving how states of bungled their recent primary elections look at New York. New York voters can request an absentee ballot using a male application, which is valid if postmarked a week before election. Day as a result of this lax deadline plus well a veritable daleus of applications. Roughly thirty thousand ballots were mailed to voters until. June twenty second a day before the primary election. Douglas Douglas Kellner co-chair of the New York State Board of elections he testified in court just last month the seven day deadline is unrealistic. The State Board has argued for moving it back to fourteen days in line with the USPS suggestion of allowing seven days delivery each way. asks The Wall Street Journal is Mr Kellner complicit complicit in postal sabotage. Now the USPS understandably does not want to be set up for failure, which is evident in the rather well, the coney comment of its spokeswoman. Service. She said Friday is asking election officials and voters to realistically consider how the mail works. Do you know how the mail works. And of course. Just in order to be fair president trump is helping Mr. joy with his contradictory claims that male voting will be rigged even as he say, says, the USPS Oh here you go. Mike needs more money to execute it. Of course they do. But Democrats are as culpable for Spinning Post. Office. conspiracies. Without any evidence Brock Obama fed the political misinformation feedback loop. In podcast on Friday by saying president trump is actively trying to quote kneecap the Postal Service. How. Do you see it? Nine, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten. All right. There are headlines this morning that read SNP flirting flirting with a record high why the headlines and what's this whole flirting thing about Keith Wineman precedential wealth management laze in in just a few seven thirty one now thirteen ten. KFI K.. Party northern Colorado's. For. Thirteen KF K..
"mr. kellner" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"My only advice for everybody would be you know, you need to have a massive police presence. And I don't say that about I go to lots of games at Miller park every every once in a while you'll have kind of drunken loud mouth, but in general, it's something different with the cubs. Maybe it's because so many of the fans come up here and not excusing brewers fans, but you don't see stuff on a regular basis Miller park. Like you see and you've seen over the weekend. And before they come back again there needs to be a commitment from blow enforcement in this community to say, okay, we're going to have this huge police presence when these fights break out, we're gonna haul people way just a couple more text, Jeff I'm a dodgers fan. But I've been to the cubs games. The cubs fans are by far the worst fans ever. Jeff I was at the game saw police arrest four different people in two different areas. Here's twenty tosa. Jeff the one fight that you tweeted out that looks like it's cubs versus cubs. Actually, it was a cub fan who lives in Milwaukee taking up for a brewers fan that was being assaulted by cubs fans. Okay. Wonderful. Jeff I go to over twenty brewers games year already been to three I did go to the cubs game Saturday night. There was swearing throwing beer and fights near me. That was it. I will not go to anywhere cubs games. I am scared of the people. I've been in the middle of too many fights got pushed down the stairs leading the game due to a fight last year. No more. So that's kind of a lesson brewers drawing credible. I mean, they are on pace to come to their on pace to get to three million fans. I mean, it's a wonderful experience. The team is going great. I'm a huge fan, and it's worth going out to the games. But the bottom line is there's something happens when the cubs come to town and before they come back in July. Why like I say if it means having the national guard called out call out the national guard tongue-in-cheek, hey before we leave the subject baseball. I do wanna follow up on something. We talked about first of all Tuesday. And then on Friday show, Tuesday, we discussed the fact that it appeared that the July third lakefront fireworks were going to disappear. They going to go the way of the great circus parade, and they were going to go the way of the Greater Milwaukee Open. And so many other things that have been institutions in southeastern Wisconsin for years, but just kind of ran their course, I think everybody knows the story by now the US Bank, which used to be I Wisconsin and first star US Bank corporate headquarters are now in Minneapolis. They underwrote the lakefront fireworks for years and years and years and US Bank made the announcement last year that they were done, and I don't fault them. I thank you for US Bank for doing it for so many years. But as I've said before. This is what happens when corporations Liuw their corporate headquarters, and the people that run the corporations are no longer local it goes from hey, I'm part of the community. I go down to the lake front or I go up to my office is the top of the US Bank building and watch them and we have parties to hey, I'm sitting in Minneapolis. And yeah, we do promotional events all across the country. But the walkie fireworks aren't any different than supporting a walk run in Cincinnati or something in it. It's just it's different so US Bank. And they were pulling the plug. The county had originally said for this to go on there needed to be somebody that stepped up by April first which was last Monday. Nobody did which is why we talked about it on Tuesday. And then you had the breaking news on Friday that. There were going to be fireworks this year, and it's a couple heroes on this. What one of the big heroes is Milwaukee businessman, philanthropist, Ted Kellner, who's behind the scenes of a lot of good stuff going on. And I need to to do my disclosures here. Ted Kellner and his family are very good friends with my wife, and I I know him, but the very good friends with my wife, but the family just it's a wonderful group of people behind a lot of stuff. And apparently, the story is that that Ted Kellner kind of heard about this and thought, you know, this. This is a tradition that we don't wanna go away the story in the journal sentinel says he heard talk radio hosts talking about the possible end of virus, by the way, Ted Kellner. His his management group is also one of the investors that owns a portion of this of this radio station. So there's disclosures their apparent heard people talking about it. Which shows he was listening to we certainly did it here, and then started to put people together and. He apparently reached out and contacted American family insurance, which is going to be the new sponsor. It's going to be you know, Miller park year after next is not going to be Miller park anymore. It's going to be sponsored by American family insurance, by the way. Miller park that the departure Miller Brewing pulling its sponsorship is again, another one of these lessons with what happens when corporate headquarters move out of a particular town, but American family which Madison based insurance company stepping up in a big way. And so, of course, the announcement is the third July fireworks is going to be going on this year. The brewers are stepping up thanks to Mark nausea in the brewers American family insurance, and Mr. Kellner is holding company TNN partners are stepping forward to fund the fireworks show. My understanding is right now it's a one year deal for this year. But hopefully, it will be a huge success, and hopefully that will continue into the future. Because like, I say sometimes our institutions are events that sort of run their course. And I it's you hate to see them go. But you understand, you know, everything, you know, sometimes runs its course. I don't think we're anywhere close to that with the fireworks. So congrat-. Chelation and thank you to individuals. The brewers American family, Ted Kellner and his management company all for stepping up. So we can enjoy the fireworks. And hopefully, they'll be able to put together some sort of long term arrangement to keep the fireworks going for generations to come. When we come back when we come back when you gotta go. You gotta go, right? Stick around. What's keeping you up at night dripping sound in the attic that check engine light. Maybe not such arming boss towards a general unrest or the state of your finances. There's certainly no lack of scary headlines from extreme market volatility. Then might be all you need to get the tossing and turning started. 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"mr. kellner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And now they have to go and sit in the naughty chair naughty, boy, you've been bad the pig. Somebody needs the time you're going into my head. Time for Steve put somebody in time out. My. Here's the deleo. The ACLU is threatening to sue the Canossa school district in ocean. Conservation. I like that word Kenosha. It took complaints from parents and staffers and the ACLU, but a Wisconsin high school is passed the now stop giving out sexually inappropriate awards to its cheerleaders. Tramper highschool part of that school district. They hold an annual awards ceremony for its cheerleading squad every year. In addition to traditional awards, like hardest worker coaches also gave out awards for big booty, big boobs. This is a lie. Hoax a hoax dude hoax. We're getting smaller right now. Is that what we call a reading seena Jesse? Jesse me. Like, Josh Allen. But just. According to the ACLU, the principal of the school investigated the practice last year found nothing wrong said, oh, they're just they're just they're just joking around later in the school year human resources demanded that the coach apologize and then resign. She did apologize. She would not step down. They are now saying that those gag awards will be handed out in that parents won't be invited to the ceremonies which doesn't make any sense whatsoever. Listen in two thousand nineteen. You've got to know better. Right. Yes. I was telling Ryan before the show that feels not real it's real. I do we have audio for this. I think there might be some money. Okay. Maybe I'm wrong on. Here's the deal. When I went to high school. I mean at the end of the year for seniors in the yearbook didn't they hand out awards or name people like we had best looking male best looking female. We had best dressed, obviously when you have like class clown most likely to succeed or all sorts of things like that three class clowns right here. Crazy. You got your own clown car right at your service thing when I was in high school. Paddling was still. Oh, no. Yeah. I went to a private school. That's still like phased out. But there was this rules. Very funny. There was this rule Catholic Kushner Christian. Yeah. I don't know that they paddle still. I think they do down south. Like in Florida. I really do private now. Hey. Thanks for the glimpse into your bedroom. Back into whatever came out of. And by the way, while we're talking about this six five one six four one one zero seven one tell us what happened when you went to school that would never go over today's world. Gracie's radio where it's all right here, we go. I was there was a rule a longstanding who'll you can't throw snowballs. So then this guy, Ian was like, hey, watch this, and Mr. Kellner, our principal shot atoms are counter, he was so awesome. He. Right outside after school. Grabs snowball through it. Right at Mr. counters, just right at his chest, and Mr. countertop classes as well. And had wonderful relationship with the students. He was beloved. And then he just went. Let's go up and then he went right up to the principal's office. And we, of course, we're all like this has got to be great. And then we watched him get paddled. Very funny. Corporate corporal, excuse me. Punishment is still in use in schools today. Alabama Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Texas you were right on that was not a stereotype. That was correct. That's freaky. Or do..
"mr. kellner" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"And remarks to the gentleman from California. Mr. covers recognize Mr Speaker, I'm happy to yield two and a half minutes to the gentlemen from the great state of Utah. Mr. Stewart's recognize thank you, Mr Speaker. I'd like to begin by stating the obvious if I could and our democratic colleagues call this compromise. This Bill is a lot of things that a compromise. It is not it takes away. Everything that we've done for the last year everything we've done for the last year, and poof, it's gone. It's throws it away. Now, there's an old saying in the house, it's not the opposing party that the Senate, and this is a great illustration of this as a member of the appropriations committee. It pains me that my colleagues on the other side of the album, effectively removed my constituents from this process by Jessica accepting the Senate Bill any member every member of the house and our constituents have been silenced in this. We are not represented at all. And now, here's the democratic majority ignored this bodies rolling creating this budget. They're throwing hundreds of hours of hearings of markup a floor time again as we are fighting for our constituents we passed a Bill the house has done our work. Let me say it again, the house has done our work. If this was a serious effort by our friends on the other side that the government they would pass our house Bill again, then it would go to the Senate, and we heard reconcile those two bills. So let's consider some of the things have been thrown away poof magically gone in a puff of smoke money for fighting wildfires money for our Indian brothers and sisters, including for hospital staffing money for road maintenance. So that children can go to schools ninety four national parks for deferred maintenance, the list goes on and on. I ran for congress because I wanted to represent my district. This Bill is my district. Seventy percent of district is owned by the federal government. How can I just sit by and say that my constituents will have no voice Novoye in this Bill or in this appropriations process at all. Finally, my friends on the other side. No, these bills don't stand a chance of actually becoming law. They know that the Senate won't take these up. The president has said he won't sign it. If you wanna talk compromise. Then that's actually try to do that. Let us take where we are. Let us take for the Senate is try to bring them together that my friend is compromise. And with that regretfully I yield back gentleman yield gentleman from California reserves gentleman from Minnesota's recognize Mr. chair once again. I'm sorely disappointed. That when before the end of December before the new congress came into being that some of the suggestions here to move forward with conference can reports to bring them to the floor to work with the president. Now that we have the new congress foreign and for the president to say, you know. You get those conference committee reports going we'll do a continuing resolution to keep government open will negotiate the homeland security del off to the side. But there's silence. There's no commitment. And quite frankly, I don't know if the president would change his mind again, if he did agree to that with atmosphere. Speaker. I would like to yield two minutes to the gentleman from Washington, a member of the appropriations subcommittee serves on the interior committee. Mr. Kellner, Betty McCollum chairs that house appropriations subcommittee recognize. Thank you, Mr Speaker. And I think the general for yielding I rise in strong support of this Bill. Which will restore funding for the department of interior for the forest service center. The Environmental Protection Agency because it is simply wrong for federal workers to be held hostage. I it's wrong for people who depend on these agencies to be held hostage as a negotiating tactic on a completely unrelated policy issue the region, I represent has more than six hundred thousand acres of federal forests. It's the home to Olympic national park. One of the crown jewels of the national park system, and it overlooks the iconic Puget Sound. So I'm speaking today on behalf of the hundreds of.
"mr. kellner" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"That was the reason why. Prosecutor van Greg. Yes. Your honor the judge, and I said early on don't read too much into the questions I ask. But I'm not suggesting he committed treason. I just asked a legitimate question. Then Greg the prosecutor, yes, you're on her. And that affords us an opportunity to clarify something on our end, which is with respect to treason. I said I wanted to make sure I had the statute in front of me. The government has no reason to believe that the defendant committed treason. Which means today was the day in US history. When the prosecutors had to go and check the statute in writing at the judges suggestion, so they could return to court and averred that no they're not planning on charging, the president's first national security adviser with treason, but thank you your honor for the suggestion. And you know, what it's actually pretty good to have looked it up. Now, there's one other thing that the judge walked back after that same recess today. You will recall that as Flynn stood before the judge today, the judge made some pretty it's indelible unforgettable statements about Flynn telling him not only did you lie to the FBI. But she lied to senior officials. You lied to the FBI about three different topics. You made those false statements while you were serving as the national security adviser. The president of the United States is most senior national security aide, two months later again, you made false statements and multiple documents filed pursuant to the foreign agents registration act. So the judge says the judge thunders in the courtroom, so all along you were an unregistered agent of a foreign country while serving as the national security advisor to the president of the United States, the judge continues. I mean, arguably that undermines everything this flag over here. Stands for points at the flash. Arguably the judge says you soldier? Country out. I am not hiding my disgust disdain for this criminal offense. So the judge says that before the recess obviously a very dramatic moment. After the recess. The judge walked back. Something specific about the timing. Relative to that claim he's making about Mike Flynn. This is what the judge says, quote, this is directed to either government council or defense counsel. I made a statement about Mr Flynn acting as a foreign agent while serving in the White House. I may have misspoken does that need to be corrected the stir van Greg the prosecutor. Yes, your honor. That would be correct. Which is that the conduct ended. I believe in mid November twenty sixteen the judge. All right. That's what I thought. And I felt terrible about that. I just want the record clear on that you agree with that counsel, Mr. Kellner for the defense. Yes. Your honor? So the judge feels terrible. He says about saying that Mike Flynn was an unregistered agent of a foreign power while he was serving as national security advisor in the White House. He confers with prosecutors to say I was mistaken on that. Right. Prosecutors say yeah. His work as an unregistered foreign agent actually ended before Trump was sworn in ended in the transition in mid November twenty sixteen after the election. So the implication of that assertion from the prosecutor, and the is apology here is that Mike Flynn didn't ever secretly work on behalf of a foreign government. Once he was in the White House officially and sworn in as national security adviser. As a matter of fact, the judge might not have needed to issue that apology. And that's next. Today in court in DC when the judge was just thundering at Trump national security advisor, Mike Flynn about the gravity of his crimes. The judge said so all along you were an unregistered agent of a foreign country while serving his national security adviser to the president of the United States. He said that and then the judge took it back and the prosecutor from rubber molars office supported the judge and taking it back saying in court today that Mike Flynn in fact, didn't peep working as a secret foreign agent of Turkey after the inauguration. When he was sworn in national security adviser prosecutor said in court today that Flint's stopped doing that work right after the election in mid November twenty sixteen and that is in fact when Flynn filed paperwork with the government saying that his contract with Turkey ended. But you know, what? It's possible that the judge was right..
"mr. kellner" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"There wasn't even a difference of opinion between the prosecution and the defense as to what should happen to Mike Flynn today both sides, he should get zero jail time. But amazingly that consensus view of the defense and the prosecution is not what happened today. Again, we will get expert advice on this in just a morning. But this just turned into a train wreck for Mike Flynn and more broadly for supporters of the president, particularly in conservative media, and on Capitol Hill who had tried to turn elements of the Muller investigation into some sort of indictment of the FBI into some sort of scandal about the FBI and law enforcement that took a major hit today. I mean, this was this was just a I mean, we knew there was a little element of unpredictability here. But this went way way off the rails. Even before we got to the part where everybody in the courtroom kept saying the word treason over and over again. This is how it started judge. Good morning courtroom clerk, good morning. Your honor the judge. Good morning. Sorry. Your honor? This is criminal case. Seventeen to thirty to the United States of America versus Michael Flynn will all parties please come forward to this left turn identify yourselves for the record. Mr. van Grech? Good morning. Your honor Brandon van Greg on behalf of the United States. He's a veteran counter espionage prosecutor with me at counsel table Zainab. Amid who is a veteran counter-terrorism prosecutor and William McCausland for the FBI. Judge says good morning council. Ms Ahmad says good morning your honor. And then Mr. Kellner good morning. You're on a Robert Kelner with Covington and Burling for the defendant. Michael Flynn with me at counsel table of Steven Anthony, the judge says all right? Good morning. Good morning council. And then the judge has Mr. Flint good morning. How are you? And then the defendant Michael Flynn says good the judge. All right. Good morning. This case is in a very unique posture. Judge Sullivan says quote, I read every filing ver I read every filing very carefully in this case. There's a great deal of non public information in this case, and I'll just leave it at that. If any of my questions require a party to disclose non-public information or if I begin to discuss. Something non-public don't be shy. And telling me my clerks over the years have learned to do this. And that because we just got to transplant. We just know he makes them sort of gesture if I get off script or if I get into areas where I won't get offended. If you do it. I may not see you so stand up and raise your hands or say, something, please. I don't want to unintentionally say something that should not be revealed on the public docket. So this is right at the outset of today's hearing. And this is a really good reminder right at the outset that all of those reductions we have seen in the court. Five core filings in my cleanse case, all those big black bars. Those things reducted to us the public, but they're not redacted to the judge. He has seen the non public information. He has seen the unredacted explanation of the kinds of cooperation that Flynn has offered to the special counsel the cases that he has helped with the judge has also seen the FBI's unredacted notes about their interactions with Flynn and about him line. The FBI, and we really do not know as members of the public. What's behind those black redacting bars? But who knows maybe what's behind those black bars is what contributed to this judge going off like a volcano today about the seriousness and the terribleness of Mike Flynn's behavior. I'm going to cut to the chaser. Because this is the part that you have heard about today if you have heard about any of this, the judge speaking to Michael Michael Flynn, the defendant at this point, the judge, quote, I'm going to be very Frank with you this crime is very serious. It involves false statements to the Federal Bureau of investigation agents on the premises of the White House in the White House in the west wing by a high ranking security officer with up to that point an unblemished career of service to his country..
"mr. kellner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We know that they're going to strengthen the german borders during agree on the fact that migrants will have to be extra that had been per day get into germany the problem in germany the secondary movement so migrants who already are based in europe but lift controversy germany economy's better and leave countries like entity spain greece and so on the now they're gonna sure that people who enter germany are allowed to enter and if not don't make debris patients but now we are seeing new question marks kind of play out when we look at the fine print one is what exactly as a transit center for migrant how long can you keep them there under what conditions what circumstances where team members from the green party saying they don't like the humanitarian angle we are just getting word from the austrian government work together west german many times but they're now saying we want to know exactly what's going on and what's going to happen at the border and then finally we still need to hear from the german socialist esp back in twenty fifteen did not like the idea of a transit center holding people the border now obviously is gonna be a question mark whether they want to get into another spat with merckel maria thank you let's bring in one of germany's opposition parties michael kellner secretary general of the green party joins us now for more mr kellner thank you for joining us what's the green party starts on the compromise coupled together between the eu and the cd you well it's a very weakened compromised to work out for a long time and what we saw in jim neva crazy days and actually only see loser norcal lost to host for who plaque melt her jose offers a very weakened position and so we do have coming up regional elections and germany and awesome and probably david lose so we will see you see unstable time also coming up in the end of the year so so in terms of mukelebai we could what does that actually mean for the for the administration and its ability to to enact policy well i guess we will see that she's she's more and more tripping by by circumstances and we'll see coalition who's who's not able to get things done so i guess we will have stronger rumors in germany about who's who's getting maybe a new chance that did we get new elections in the in the next twenty four months so what we see it will be a non stable time i guess and i don't believe that the conservatives can act to get and then you have to such democrats also as part of of the government who are quite weakening to still awfully lost saw mr keller thank you for joining us today michael kellner secretary general guy the green party absolutely joined the bow tied one over on bloomberg surveillance tom keene i will take you through the next few hours a you got a great lineup for the next often now here on bloomberg radio this is with the bloomberg small business report i'm john tucker small businesses now have the.
"mr. kellner" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"I think we can expect to have all the more of mr kellner in the months to come you'll personal phone bill probably not a lot things that things are generally pretty cheap i have to say that the serbian phone market so hopefully that'll continue let's talk about us lavinia and block chain yeah how will you with blockchain georgina not competely other fe have two minute and i think this is why slovenia's doing quite well it at this quite a lot of people have become very fair with blockchain very quickly i mean this is this whole distributed ledger technology which is underpinning crypto currencies but could theoretically be used to store a lot of other confidential information from some poll medical records and slovenia has been trying to market itself as a hub for blockchain and crypto currency startups the prime minister mido seta as sent an invitation to the world more or less saying we know what we're doing on this issue please come and join us and we can be a blockchain central and just to prove it the city of kran which is the fourth largest city in slovenia has just installed what is thought to be the world's first block chain monument it comes in the shape of a bitcoin and it's in the middle of roundabout in the city his the city's matt boss john thrilla when we do this roundabout with was was an action to improve to increase the traffic safety like always there was a question what should be in the roundabout because clearly put something through do show or something that though cd is proud brawl duff and when we were discussing set well why not let people decide it so we used more than technology the social network facebook and we asked what would you like to sit here and one of the first idea loss why don't you do something connected to the blood change nause because crime is famous for we have several companies which are working on the global level on high on the high tech business closely connected to the blockchain technology.