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Crypto Market Depth - What Is It?
"Now in this lesson, we're going to explore a more advanced part of the trading interface, which is called market depth. Most exchanges visualize market depth by displaying something called a depth chart. Now one by Nance this actually hidden away behind this tab says depth on it. If you click on that this is what you will see the most exchanges have this so you should be able to find it someway in the interface. What we are looking at now is a very unique way of visualizing the current state of the order book. So, this is the market depth for BTC US T.. Along the bottom of the chart, we have the price increasing from left to right. Then along the side, you have the amount increasing from bottom to top. So. This is kind of what it would look like if you took the audible and just tend to on it side. It's now easy at see the spread as well because that's just the gap in the middle between the two sides. Now as the depth chart changes, what we are seeing this took of war between Baya's on the left and sellers on the right, and then the price is kind of like the middle of the rope in the tug of war. So, sellers, they are wanting to pull the price up. So they basically get more dollars when they sell that bitcoin and the by as a wanting to pull the price down to the left. So they get more bitcoin for that Dulles. The spread is kind of like the pits in the middle of a tug of war and WanNa, pull the side into the pit. So the depth, Cha is the only easy way to see where the big wools. So the dip chocolates and looks like two mountains facing each other. And a a wall by wall or sell will is the price is where we see these kind of cliffs. The cliffs signify a large amount of orders at that particular price level. Now for the price to go beyond that whether it needs to break through that wool with an equal amount of opposing force. So a big cell wall means the price is unlikely to go any higher than that. Until the Selah either cancel their orders or if an of bias come in to fulfil those orders, remember though that it's not enough to simply equal the cell wall because they're all these owners in front defending it. And those orders going to get filled fest since there at lower prices before we even get to the sellable. Therefore the FDA is another way to quickly identify areas of support and resistance. Although. In real time whereas on the charts on the price charged with looking historically at supporting resistance, the depth job gives his it in real time and it changes in real time. Now one final point to remember is that the depth chart can only display limit orders that have been placed on the books for everyone to see. At any moment someone could place a market order out of nowhere. And the rule. So any number of stop limit orders which are hidden and waiting for a specific prices before they trigger an automatically place a new LAMOTTA. There's nothing really we can do about that except be aware that those hidden forces out there and they can reveal themselves at anytime. So, like we covered in the lesson on market orders if I played a huge market order right now to say by a hundred Bitcoin, it would tap through this whole section of the cell orderbook up to a quantity of a hundred. And I can use the scale on the left to get an idea of how far such an such a market order would push the price up by. Again. You may or may not use the depth chart, but it just feels beds undestand something the not to.
Trump gets experimental drug aimed at curbing severe illness
"To receive care at Walter Reed Medical Center in Maryland in what his doctors have described as a multi pronged treatment for covert 19. Aside from rounds of rim disappear, the president was also given an experimental treatment made by Regeneron. They're polic Lo Antibody cocktail is currently in clinical trials. But Dr David Nance NASA. Rather he is the chief medical officer of UPMC senior communities, says it follows a concept that has seen success with other diseases. I think the decision making here is that we know the track record of this group of compounds overall eyes generally pretty good, and we know that it looks promising for Cove. It Details Katy K. Television that with the uncertainty of the president's condition and a treatment that looks promising using the medication still in his child phase was a reasonable and reasonably safe risk to take.
Patriots' Cam Newton, Chiefs' Jordan Ta'amu test positive for coronavirus
"On Sunday morning excuse me Saturday morning, which was yesterday it was reported that Cam Newton the quarterback of the New England patriots has a positive himself after that it was reported that Joran Tom, who the backup quarterback of the back. Of quarterbacks, a practice squad quarterback for the Kansas City chiefs has also tested positive for cove in nineteen. Incidentally, the candidate chiefs New England Patriots were scheduled to play today it was going to be one of the bigger games of the week. It was in the three o'clock window on CBS Jim Nance Tony Romo. Tracy. Wolfson on the
A Top Crypto Exchange CEO Explains Why The 2020 Boom Is Different
"I'm really excited about our guest today a very important player in the industry, of course, over the last several months along with everything else everything's going to the moon these days stocks gold. Bond you name it. CRYPTO currencies are no exception and it feels like there's certainly the most amount of enthusiasm that we've seen in. CRYPTO price in the the boom in twenty seventeen, and still the questions are remain in. There's still plenty of skeptics. What's it forward this all going is this just another bubble that will burst like last time though we're going to dig into some of these questions today very excited to bring in our guest Catherine Coli. She is the CEO of financial us a crypto currency exchange in the US, a wholly owned subsidiary. By chance to one of the biggest crypto currency exchanges in the world Catherine thank you very much for joining us. Thank you so much. Really excited to be on. So I do remember last time during last the last boom twenty-seven teen We did see the emergence of finance, which is the company that owns you just what is the structure and relationship of finance and financial us. I hate to come out of the gates correcting you on a couple of things, but I'm going to so okay, that's fine. That's fine. So binavince DOT COM, it's a global ecosystem that really has been around for the last three years at really expanding the access around the world for people to engage with digital assets and around last year in the summertime. I joined to become the CEO Finance us which is actually an independent. Entirely run out of the United States with the ability to license the technology that finance dot COM has. So you think about matching engine, the tech stack that's really there. We're able to really bring that into the US as well as customize it entirely for an American audience. So when you think about a Crypto crypto global platform, so many things are so different in the United States, the on ramps. Ach Debit cards, wires, all the dollar components. So everything has to be custom fit and made specifically to the US. So that's really where by Nance US comes in the other components are US regulation. So in terms of violence us, we're a registered with Fincen we have a are regulated by the state level with the money transmitter licences fully operating in thirty eight states the newest state in Florida and so everything we're doing is in line with the US regulation. As catered to in American user. Got It okay. With that out of the way and I appreciate you clarifying it and I want people to understand what the exact structure is. Let me start with what I see is sort of one of the issues or problems with the crypto currency industry writ large as a market and. I want to hear I'm sure you'll disagree with me but this is this is something that I think about a lot so. Late. Twenty seventeen or you know people started getting like super into Bitcoin also a theory and maybe a couple of others. And then by like. November and December of that year suddenly the market was just flooded with supply and suddenly it's like and now here by some bitcoin cash and then here by like eight more heard forks of bitcoin cash. Oh, and there's like fifty other. ICO's. So basically you have this thing which kind of started off essentially as bitcoin and bitcoin alone in one of the big selling point was the fact that is unique that there's a fixed supply of it but then the industry strikes me as manufacturing. So many new assets to capture the demand for crypto and so suddenly exchanges become in my mind flooded. With new coined new project very fast the incentive for new players is not to jump on a project that say already gone up ten thousand percent but to start a new project that could itself go ten thousand percent and so then eventually it all of comes crumbling down because the investor the end buyer is just sort of choked with us so much apply and so am curious if you think that phenomenon Israel it seems like that way to me and are we seeing it again this time with the numerous the hundreds of new coins that seemed to be emerging onto the ecosystem every day. You hit the nail on the head. So when she knock Komodo came out with is in the or imagination for a peer to peer network with this scarce. Asset You realized that this would be absolutely possible assuming no other coin was manufactured. No other supply came in to dilute it, and this was the only way that would be. But. You forget that humans have a competitive need, and so we really can't take people away from building something that can be better stronger or better marketed or cater to a different audience, and so you're going to always see people try to riff on it or a fork as the The industry says along when you're using the same elements of a blockchain, just rebranding it and so with that I, I agree with you that it does seem like, oh no, I can't I can't really see which one I'm going to be involved in, but that's really the element that we face in all things in life. I it wasn't the Coca Cola was the only carbonated beverage that was out there. You are always going to see something come up new something that can either be capturing a new market audience or something that was gonna be delivering a different need so that that's really where I see the human need for competition continuing and we have to accept that. The best part about that is you get innovation so where there sings like the birth of the theory on which then has led a c. items as humorous as Crypto Kitties, and then as impactful as stable coins, you're also seeing it changed the way were were seeking yields now. So you've got different components that are letting people really evaluate industry can change the game
Cano, Alonso Each Homer Twice As New York Mets Pound Marlins
"Here's Marko ability. Steve. The Mets took out about a weekend's worth of frustration on the Marlins, Robinson Cano and Pete Alonso each homered twice and their dominant 11 for victory. A great start of the series now, like I said, this afternoon, our focus has gotta be, uh one game at a time. I thought You know the guys he attached whatever happened yesterday? That's manager Louise RoHaas Yankees. They just continue to own the Red Sox. Now the 11 there goes the Detlef, that ball is high. That is far that is God. Oh, that boy is a droid. The rips one. And to the left field seats. Boyd Nance, one to Detroit and the Yankees, 2nd 51 lead the second home run of the game. For cool hand Luke. That's 1/10 straight Victor over the stocks, this one by the finalists 63 longest win streak since they won 12 straight back in 1953 Johnstone the call in the fan role as chairman through the ninth this season debut, and we dealt with covert 19 in the spring
Bruce Rasa - AgVoice: Voice Tech for the Farm
"Fascinating space because it seems, everyone is interested in voice. Everyone's willing to try and trial. It but we. We really here's got sparked. So about five years ago many people might remember that. Google did a public competition. For. Smart Glasses and they primarily aimed at you. Know vast majority that at the consumer market. But when I saw the device first floor in about it as a possible successor, initially compliment, but possible successor to the smartphone itself. I was really intrigued. At could be A. Very useful very practical everyday hands on tool to help people collect a saying for example in any industrial use case. And I just knew that intuitively because of Mine Akron grown up on the farm, families still farms in total like my a father brother GonNA cousins farm about ten thousand acres in western Missouri. uncles Nance also have an portrait of a forty thousand apple trees. Really Groping really neat, fascinating, rich diverse environment for for agricultural. work in the short versions observe was her hands on intense job, so when hands free tool came along I was interested tried out, so the specific origin story was. Through my name in the ring. In a you know Google did a public competition said. What would you do if you had this device? And I said well, if I had glass I would help. Farmers Growers Connect with consumers and show how their food is grown in a safe and environmentally responsible way so effectively the type of communications platform. To allow the world of agriculture to connect with the world of consumers, which usually has a lot of. Differences are GonNa Misunderstandings and the simple version is I was I was fortunate I was selected. and went through the list of the eight thousand people selected, and only five even mentioned the word agriculture. Got, this, device that has intriguing possibility, it's tested and so I actually I got the device in Los, Angeles I fully can say Missouri, and I went and test it with farmers the next day, so the first place in the world, smart glasses retested in the in the food production sector, anyway at least to general purpose, you know mass device. On Google's device was in western cooler bar. That's so cool, yeah! I think that's super interesting and you mentioned something there. You know hands busy labor intensive like that's where I think that. This is where it really caught. My attention is this. Is this notion that you know you think about that type of job? If you're a grower, you're a farmer more times than not I would imagine that you are doing things that are really. Really preoccupying yourself, but I think that as I've learned a little bit about your product, it really allows for them to continue to do the job that they're doing, but also sort of take care of a lot of different like almost like clerical work right like this is what I did today. These were the amount of bushels of apples that I picked. The right s you know kind of going like one by one and you can do this all on the go and and I. Just think that's so interesting, because clearly as you know, I would imagine that would the type of feedback that you've gotten is like this is a really positive thing because it allows me to do my job just way more efficiently than I had been doing it can. Can you speak a little bit to that idea of like how this tool serves that type of professional? Assure so a couple of examples quicken in that you know toying with the device on my whole goal was to put that. SMART glasses in a lot of people's hands, which I I got to meet with about eight hundred people over the course of a year people were from. Slightly more than twenty different countries got very diverse input and Dave. Two things came out loud and clear was. Screaming need for hands free device. NC exactly what you said was people already with a hands on job, sometimes a full professional job, not just if you will caller, but all of them have an escalating need to capture information as they're doing their job and they don't WanNa stop work doesn't sound like a big deal. Many people saying office, but this this stops ten twenty or thirty percent of their day by today's recordkeeping, which is really not frankly they're usually. They're talented their passion. But the the second thing that came out in their search was the voice recognition absolutely sucked. So these people have specialized dedicated jobs there. People could veterinarians a plant scientists agronomist. Machinery inspectors repair support in a very specific jobs. Basically, they have a very specific vocabulary or dictionary or lexicon. If you will a things they need to do the reports and pretty simple. If you if anyone listening this is tried anything with a general purpose, surface optimize for consumers be Siri. It could be google. Times Alexa Cortana. Usually those things really. Are Not optimized all for specific industrial use case yen. Okay, the second thing is. I'd observe what has happened. Ed Buried very successfully in the healthcare sector. So the quick kind of analogy there is whistling somewhat. Similar idea, but again the healthcare sector just one company alone called nuance. Brilliant job kind of from a distance think last I understood they've about five hundred thousand. Users that are doctors, nurses, health practitioners doing this thing you're talking about to invoice capture against healthcare records, so the big benefit to them is a reduction in this this overwhelming painful. recordkeeping piece so critical mandatory yet 'cause it's a major. Of Major source of overwhelming and burn out for physicians and other people in health care. And the second thing is frankly they're taking their eyes off the patient.
Hack on famous Twitter accounts raises national security concerns
"Let's see here. What happened over the week. A little thing called a twitter hack. Oh that was wild now. I know for most people. Twitter is not important. Twitter is not. You know a major part of people's lives. facebook is maybe instagram is. Some of the some people like twitter. You know, but really it's. The reason twitter has outsized importance. well, it's a number of reasons. One is because a lot of journalists use it and you know they're always paying attention. As if the state, the outrage storms on twitter make a a difference which they don't. Not at all. The other reason is because the president uses it is It is his chief. I. Think is chief form of communication. With the public. He's actually you know executed presidential decrees on the tweets. So it's important for that reason. If you know if no one else were on twitter, it would be important to follow twitter just to see what the president trump saying. There are other reasons to be on there, but that you know so, it has. An importance beyond its its actual. Importance in the world because you know there's about three hundred million users, but you know in the US maybe I don't know one in five people are even aware of it or use it. My that's that's by gas. I bet it's even smaller than that. However when there is a twitter hack. It's a big deal. and. In fact, it was a little weird. About about one what say one o'clock, Pacific Time Four PM Eastern on Wednesday. All of a sudden. These tweets start showing up. At first is just on Bitcoin. Accounts like by Nance. Hey, in because of Kovic, nineteen I. Want to give back to my community every bitcoin bitcoin. I have to explain I. Guess you probably heard of it as crypto currency, it's a currency. that has kind of a made up value. All currency does but. Kind of made up right now. It's almost ten thousand dollars per bitcoin. you can buy bitcoin with American dollars or other dollars or other you know currencies, or you can generate it. Most people can't and don't have the ability to generate because it takes a lot of power. It's so expensive in terms of electricity that you can only do it if if you like live in a hydroelectric dam. which sounds like hyperbole except that that's where a lot of these bitcoin miners live actually in hydroelectric dams and other places where the cost of energy is low to nothing. So you can't make it that way. Young people can give it to you in exchange. You create a wallet I have a Wallet Bitcoin Wall and I forgot my password, so it's not much good to me. Seven bitcoins in there s a lot of money. But I don I can't get to them. That's all right. They're safes. They're mostly. Every bitcoin wallet has a unique number associated with it. Not Name knotted addressed on a phone number. No, no identifiable information, just a number. So it's widely used by bad guys, hackers and others to exchange value so this tweet on binds bitcoin exchange, said in because a covert I want to give back to my community for every bitcoin. You send this address again this long number this anonymous address. I will send you double back. For. Give me ten thousand I'll give you twenty one. Now, you'd have to be an idiot to do it. Right because come on. Except that all of a sudden, some other very big. Accounts. Start tweeting similar things. The number one account on twitter is Barack, Obama. Followers, his account tweets it. Joe, Biden's account tweets it. Elon Musk tweets it. Wow some big names here. Bill Gates Apple Computer Apple tweets it. Apple's got a lot of money. Because, we really appreciate our community. We'd like to give back tweet. US, send us a a bitcoin. We'll send you to. Up to some people up to bill, Gates that up to fifty million dollars. It's not Bill Gates or apple or the Joe Binder. Barack Obama not all of these about thirty. High Profile verified accounts had been hacked. Obviously of course bright most people would get that. Apparently, it's hard to tell with Bitcoin, but you can look at an address and see how much money's coming around one hundred thousand dollars came in. But. It's hard to tell because you can't tell the source, so it could be the hacker himself. Putting money in from another account to make it look like you just don't know. So wasn't a huge score. How did this happen? Everybody's freaking out now. I, it's pretty obvious immediately. Anybody understands how this stuff works. That, this was a serious hack. Because in the past we've seen account takeovers onesie twosies. and you know. I think he lon Musk's account has been hacked. Other People's accounts have been hacked. You guessed the password, or you know things happen but not this many and not as many high profile accounts that are in all likelihood highly protected. With real security behind them like multi factor authentication. RIGHT IF YOU'RE A. Presidential candidate, for instance like Joe, Biden probably using the strongest security available. Almost certainly. So, it couldn't be that. The password was gaster was weaker, monkey, one, two three and everybody guessed it couldn't be that. So it was immediately apparent, something major and much more serious. was going on. Something like. perhaps. And! We've seen this once before actually several times before maybe. A malicious insider at twitter and employee, perhaps who that would be bad. There was a contractor about three years ago. Who On leaving the company? Disabled President Trump's account for about a minute. With I, mean they caught on pretty quick? Twitter reacted quickly shutting down all verified accounts. Of what we call a brute force protect you know. They just said No. Whatever we're GONNA. We don't know what's going on, so we're just going. And as time has gone by the last few days, we've kind of learned. More and more twitter not been completely forthcoming, but others have. So. There's a group of people out there. WHO TRADE IN! Short twitter handles. They call og original gangster twitter handles usually single letter. Twitter handles. Like at six there is such one. It was hacked. Effect it's really bad. I'm glad I didn't when I sign up for twitter in the in the very earliest days. Say, I want Leo, because I would be a target I didn't use that. He's that Leo LaPorte, but thank goodness because I would have been a target anybody with a really short name and I have friends who have really short names. They're at risk because there's a whole group of people who collect these who trade them and you can sell them for lots of money. These people. Were watching what was going on. And we're in fact, probably connected to the hack. They've actually been in touch. Believe it or not with the New York Times. and. They've showed him screen shots and stuff and they said yeah. We know what went on. We know what went on, and it's a guy named Kirk. Probably not is really all it's great. It sounds like a real name Kirk. A guy named Kirk. WHO and Kirk is not talking to your times, but the people around him are who, probably in twitter admits this socially engineered tricked a twitter employees. Now as we look at, it actually looks like it might be something even more sinister. That somebody got into twitter's slack channel again. Another definition here, slack Zeh. Messaging Platform like what's APP or apple messages? You! Know your text messages, but it's one a lot of companies use. My company uses it for business chat. Apparently, twitter did a very stupid thing. They put. Credentials for logging in. To their admin dashboard. This is you know what they called God. Mode the ability to log into this system. You could change things you could tweet on people's behalves. You could change passwords. This is a powerful tool that should be not available to contractors, not available to low level employees should only be available to the most trusted employees apparently. According to Brian, Krebs and other security researchers and these hacker groups that were communicating with the New York Times. They didn't secure this slack channel. And the credentials. Got Out. And Kirk, who is not well known in hacker channels apparently got access to the Adleman this makes sense the admin dashboard. Because how else would somebody do this so quickly to so many M- much more security accounts. It's also extremely disturbing fortunately. All Kirk did is put up some DOPEY SPAM At least as far as we know, and this is part of the problem as far as we know, some dopey span said, send me money effectively. Nobody fell for that very few. But What else could have done? He could have tweeted out his president trump. Probably we don't know what protections extra protections there are. There probably are some nice account. or other world leaders account saying you know the countdown gun. Nuclear War starts in five minutes. That would be disturbing. It would have a long-term impact they could also, and it's apparently the case. Download all. Previous tweets and even direct messages private stuff, nobody any with any brains uses twitter's private messaging for anything, important or secure. If you have been stopped. Because, apparently, some of that was downloaded. And it by the way wouldn't just be verified accounts high profile. Be Any account. So we don't really know, twitter's trying to figure it out right now. and they have logs and stuff. They may actually be able to figure out what happened. We don't know how much was stolen. It could be the. This. bitcoin scam was just A. MISDIRECTION! Pay No attention to what I'm really doing. We don't know. So. This is a significant issue in many ways. Twitter's fixed it. I. I have about I, don't I'm not a huge twitter percents using it since day one and I about a half million followers. But makes it concerns me and everybody who uses twitter and it should. Because twitter's security has been lax, and is still apparently lacks enough that somebody could walk wander in and do this and tweet on Joe Biden's account and Barack Obama's account. That's a significant problem. Even more significant because the president uses this as his. Bully pulpit. There's some real concern about that. And other world leaders do that. There's some real concern about that. Twitter we'll try to fix this. I think it's very clear you should not any. No one should use twitter for anything important ever again.
Peter Kostis opens up on 'disrespectful' CBS dismissal
"Here's our conversation with Peter Costas. So it used to be. We would call up. When we needed a big boost podcast downloads. How does it feel to now be the The Guy we go to when we when we're looking for a boost? Speaks volumes. On how far we followed I've been I've enjoyed them all you guys have been great, and hopefully we can keep the popularity going wall. What was what was your reaction? Like on your end to your I know laying up podcast experience. It was really well received I got my twitter followers, ninety thousand of them, or whatever I have not as many as others, but it's still a significant number. And they were. They were extremely positive about the whole thing. They were glad that I spoke truth to power. And they wish that more people would do it. Having said that most other people have a paying job and Boston as if they have to have to be kind to so. It affords me the opportunity to kind of say what I want now exactly and kind of contrasting that I think with. With our interview with Jim Nance which I believe you listen to, but what were you? What were your thoughts on that? I guess it was kind of the difference between the two I, think is you know what you just said in that you know is currently obviously still with the CBS you're not able to speak on a lot different things. Well Yeah. I listened to it. You know back in the day when you guys i. kind of took on CBS and the way they produced. Their golf shows I. think almost everybody at CBS was taken aback by by little bit because. We felt like you guys didn't really. Know what was going on behind the scenes in a TV telecast, and and and the way things work subsequent to that. You guys have done your homework. You guys have become much more knowledgeable about the INS and outs of broadcasting a golf tournament on television. Jim went as far as Jim could go given the ease, the voice of CBS sports right. Now that makes them makes total sense. I'm curious. With when we spoke in February, no, you're everything with your the non-renewal, your contract or firing, or however you want to phrase. It it was. Probably, a little more fresh back in February. Do you view anything differently about I? Don't know anything related to your job or golf on TV or anything differently after a few more months now away from it all. Listen. Gop On television right now is is truly unique. It's being done. In a manner that's never been tried before CBS's the Guinea pig. NBC will have a chance to do it here in in a few weeks. It's extremely difficult. But I think they've done a superb job to the point where people are bitching about coverage as if it were normal coverage with with a full allotment of. CAST and crew and equipment, and and the whole thing, and it isn't. That they've done a great job by feelings about management haven't changed in any way shape or form. They have a long way to go to understand. The game a all the viewers who watch golf and what needs to happen to make them happy. You can say what you want about Gary in me. You could say that we were stale. Whatever spine? That's all cool. It's fair game, but we talked to the viewers. Or we tried to at least. When I did my swing visions I talk to other tour players I didn't use to speak I. Try to use simple language communicate to the ten twelve handicapper at home with Gary. Talking about a shot that was misplayed or whatever he goes on you buddies at home. You guys know exactly what this guy's feeling like us. You do this on a regular basis, so we try to talk to the viewer to enhance the viewer experience. Now what I'm seeing on television is a lot of pros. Talk back and forth the pros in pro, speak. And I'm not sure that that's that's all that appealing to me, whereas kind of going with that, and not to poach to directly from your appearance on the mckellar podcast, which was excellent by the way, but you sounded much more relieved to be kind of away from I. Believe the phrase use of something along the lines of the propaganda machine. I have made peace with everything. You know whatever those stages of mourning are. I went through them all. It's all cool, especially in this in this covid nineteen environment. I I'm quite frankly happy not to be out there. You know exposing myself to two possible health risks, and so on and so forth, and I don't really need to. After all the years that I've done it. I don't need to play the game any longer, and that's formed for me. It's it's so refreshing for me to be able to to answer questions honestly and not politically correctly like I said before speak
"nance" Discussed on AM Joy
"The Air Force army to do this thing. Colonel Jacobs your thoughts as well definitely, a little bit of damage control here needed for the military, just given the fact that the president is put them in a difficult situation. What does the military? Both at civilian and military leadership going forward to maintain. Both the trust and the confidence of the American people. You know it's interesting that when general. Milley did what he did, and then reversed himself and apologize. The latter was the smartest thing he could do. We've got two million more than two million kids in uniform. Watching what happens watching what the chain of command does they been imbued with the notion that? The military establishment is not for domestic political purposes, and they need to see a confirmation of that what has to happen now is that the chain of command needs to continue on that line and reinvigorate the military establishment than with the notion that it serves the defense of the republic. Jennifer Rubin your final thoughts as well when we talk about where we stand today following the debate that we're having both the presence of the military or the national guard on the streets of America being used the kind of break in rank, if you will from both the Secretary of Defense Mark Milley. And really this debate now that rages on about. The use of confederate names and monuments has the military in this country been politicized by Donald trump in the detrimental way. I think he's tried to with every fiber of his being and I think what happened this week. Is the military, said no, not here, not us and what struck me I think throughout the speech was that the military has been imbued with honor with dignity with respect for the Constitution that Donald Trump is entirely lacking. It's sad. It's pathetic that they have a commander in chief that is unworthy of them. They are magnificent. They are the best in America. They do understand their obligation to the constitution. And not to. Trump specifically or any ideology for that matter so I think in a way. This was anticlimactic. The best feature of the week was general mealy who really explained what the obligation of the military is. That should have been the address to West, point. That would have been a speech worth given and last, but certainly not least tour senior enlisted as he likes to keep referring to Himself Malcolm Nance. Going forward, what do we need to see? Happen Right now. Given the debate that is raging on in this country from the military leadership in this country from these young cadets. They assume their new roles. I don't think they need to do anything going forward other than doing what they're doing now. And that's maintaining the honor and the dignity. The Armed Forces staying out of politics as General Milley had made clear. Carrying, out their duty so long as they understand unlawful orders to take to the streets and put bayonets towards American, citizens are just that they have an obligation to disobey unlawful orders, just as they have an obligation to obey all lawful orders one last thing about the confederate flags. There is a place for confederate flags for on US military basis there right alongside the captured flags of Isis Al Qaeda the North Vietnamese and the Nazis. Those flags need to be in a museum showing the spoils of battle against these traders, every base needs to be renamed there. Lots of great members of the Armed Forces. Airman Chapman Starting Chapman who has lost in Afghanistan change AP Hill to his name Fort Bragg change it to. Four Gavin to great airborne commander, who jumped in World War Two jumping Jim Gavin. These need to change. This heritage needs to go away. I want to thank all of you for joining US incredible panel Malcolm. Nance Colonel Jack Jacobs Jennifer Rubin Congressman Ted, Lieu and Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson. Thank you all for joining us this morning on this very important day. Appreciate your time. And coming up a late night tweet trump postponed his campaign rally in Tulsa. We're going to bring you the very latest.
"nance" Discussed on AM Joy
"Give me your take on that you're a member of one of the institutions in this country that upholds the democracy in this country. This is a president who seemingly almost attacks every institution. We have in this country at least changing the norms of many of these institutions. That's correct Let me I again. Congratulate the new officers of the United, states. And we honor them for the upcoming service. Now. In terms of your question, I thought Donald. Trump was fine at reading. The teleprompter glad stuck to a script although I did think the speech was rather long. Somewhat warring in regards that specific phrase. The president himself has not lived up to it. He repeatedly attacked the US Constitution packs are. Judiciary attacks free press he goes after democratic institutions, and that's why it's so important that we have a congress that is trying to hold him accountable very pleased that last term revolvers flip the house and then this November. Voters have a chance to vote again nationwide elections. And Malcolm Nance I want to give you a chance as well to respond both to. The president there. Roasting. Roasting the fact that Navy lost. The commander-in-chief Cup to army for the last two years I know you're a member of the Navy I'll give you a chance to respond to that, but more importantly more importantly. Give me your chance. Give me your reaction to the speech and what you made of it. Okay first off I. Guess he forgot that Navy broke that record again and is now one. Like, Donald, trump he just makes us own reality. Look that speech let me speak again as senior enlisted here because you have a fine ward room assembled. That speech was dull as dishwater. I mean it was like a fifth graders. Memorial Day speech from the front of a stage in front of the parents. All it was was a series of platitudes places. He's never he's never learned about. You know he couldn't say you know pointe-du-hoc where the Rangers scaled the walls off Normandy, it's just rangers going up cliffs in Normandy. He doesn't know anything about the Pacific. WAR AND DOUGLAS MACARTHUR AND THE BATTLE IN A. Retake the Philippines or tower, while or Iwo Jima. Any we talk or any of those things. My Dad was fifteen when he served in the Pacific in one, thousand, nine, hundred forty four donald trump, even speaking those words at this is a dishonor to him, but finally he really doesn't seem to understand that this is not. A set piece for his advertisement, which is you're not going to hear word out of him in his at you're just gonNa see videos of him saluting soldiers in standing there and looking presidential and receiving a copy of the auto out very sward look Barack. Obama did this way better. There was nothing to remember from the speech. There was very little for the service members to take away from it great. We have hypersonic. Missiles Sodas Russia and China. I'm just glad it's over. Colonel Jacobs Malcolm I appreciate that and we always appreciate your insights. Let, me Colonel Jacobs. Bring you into this conversation for a moment. I WanNa just square square this point a reminder viewers. The cadets were brought back to attend this graduation, so the president can deliver this speech. Do you think now that you have heard that speech and not to take anything away from those that were graduating, but the fact that their families are there and they're watching this from home. Do you think that's beach was worth what we just witnessed? Well even if it was worth it, we could. Always, we could always. Watch it on television. In any case, it didn't have to bring. All cadets back so. No No I'll I'll do a little riff on Malcolm's observation it. Not only was dull and platitudinous. It seem twice as or three times as long as it really was. And without trying too hard to make ad Hominem Castigation 's. Despite having years and years of practice president trump still can't read. A teleprompter is just even if it were were a good speech, which was not. The delivery just absolutely impossible I would. If we got a minute a minute, I'd like to bring up thing he mentioned which is which is worth reiterating. And discussing very briefly, he made a very sharp distinction between. Mounting conventional operations against hostile forces on the one hand. And and and rebuilding countries are building. Countries are building infrastructures and defense capabilities of friends and allies and so on. We should not make that distinction to a greater or lesser extent, if we WANNA, be safe. One of the things we have to do is to make sure that our friends and allies are capable of defending themselves and you can't do that just with. With aircraft carriers and and and missiles that are really really accurate, so we can't. We can't divorce. Building, the capability of friends and allies with the Defensive Our republic. Colonel Wilkerson. I want to give you the final word on this subject when you kind of look back at whether or not, this was worth to bring these cadets, these eleven hundred cadets back to ten this graduating ceremony, so this president would have his opportunity to speak to them the message that he delivered today from your opinion. Was it worth it? Not at all. I'm glad the. Brought that up The real tragedy of this experience is just what. Intimated in what you send to me and that is that we did it at all the way we did it. This is in defiance of most of the medical advice that is coming into the administration. It's in defiance of our epidemiologists at the National Task Force for lecturing crises. Who briefed US the other day that we are in for a second wave? That is probably GonNa make the I looked calm. If that's the case, then we're doing things right now to exacerbate deepen and make more profound that cycle way, and this was just an illustration from the president of the United States, using the military academy as a political prop of that very thing. That's the saddest thing about this in in my estimation. Congressman Lewis, if I can get your thoughts here as well as we kind of wind this conversation down, but do you think over the last couple of weeks that we've seen the way? The president has used the military that staging of that photo about outside of Saint John's church the apology from. Mark Milley the rejection of the use of the Insurrection Act by the defense secretary. has this president undermined the standing of the American military? Donald Trump has undermined himself. Our military remains great because our personnel understand that they took an oath to the constitution, not to Donald Trump, and when we see Donald Trump now embracing confederate images and symbols, beverly rubs a lot of people that wrong way, and by the way all these images are seeing at West, point. This is a union army we want. We should not have army base named after traders and losers, and I hope that the Pentagon now reverses decision, and has the OB wide ban on confederate flags. Navy and Marines I've done it..
Why An Experimental Therapy for Inflammatory Disorders Could Help the Fight Against COVID-19
"Joe. Thanks for joining us. Joe. Thanks To be for here joining thing us. we're going to To talk be here about thing Aqua Lung Therapeutics we're going to talk about Acute Aqua Respiratory Lung Therapeutics Distress Syndrome Acute or arts Respiratory Distress and your Syndrome efforts or to arts develop a treatment and your for efforts this condition. to develop a treatment Let's for start this condition. with ours though. Let's What start is with it ours and though. how big What a health is challenge? it and how Does big it represent a health challenge? Does it represent about half a million people. about Every year get half air a million people. F- Every Acute year Respiratory get Distress air Syndrome F- Acute Respiratory in the Distress United States Syndrome alone. And in you know the United close States to alone. two million. 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Yesterdays Tezos, Ethereum & Binance Went Well
"What are you know another one day? So yeah they passion for quite some time telling you about staying out of the market and I have been but yesterday the tide did turn the markets as well and this young fellow wrought here admittedly not all that young go back in and I'm happy. Because bitcoin sitting up it sitting up three point nine three percent today. Seven thousand one hundred and seventeen still needs to break above the high of seven thousand. Three hundred and seven dollars and fifty cents. Should I say that the next time we get that love uptrend we gotTa Smash through that seventy six thirty seven region? Nothing really committed tried to Bitcoin as it stands right now. There are some good trends out the next good trend is a theorem. One Ninety four thirty five is acting as resistance. Then we'll see how he got busted three one seven five. Yesterday we sitting at wanted to Four six right now. That is a guy in a six point. Seven five percent that is a trend. I do like the daily is still there. I allies and high is gaping simple. Guys keep it simple. That's what it is and that's what's happening exile paid look at underperformed yet. A guy that consolidation is just hideous. It just sucks staying. It's ugly is I point nights since it's only up two point five percent okay. I silently up. Because it's a it's the most underperforming of all of the top ten at the moment. Alexa wake up. Bitcoin cash three thirty to five five. Five point seven eight percent representing a pretty good move. The AD still a pretty ugly jot their bitcoin cash that can change will. When will that China will? It'll change if we can break the hive to forty eight spot. I five Bitcoin as they preside As well but it's off went one five percent at one ninety two spot full one can't compliant AFA FAA percent gyn. Lot going petula up two point nine three percent only just performing exile pay some of the Jays of the bucket except hand like Quinn still on performing the rest of the Maga theorem being the strongest of the lot. Today Lot coins. Forty one dollars. Ninety one sense of the moment as I said it's up two point nine percent. Aol saw would resist the title. Seventy dollars sixty one right now. Three point seven two percent crab walking along into that resistance. We might actually get a bitcoin breakout Dr Dino what that strategy is what you do not want to get by. Nance fifteen dollars and sixty seven cents up three point seven six sir. Lots of squeezing on that one. Yeah it's a molested. I Walk Daily Trend. Still over there are high alerts and high highs although not a massive movement bonnets today it has moved and has moved. Har- Katana approaching resistant. Saran at three point seven percent. Mark Keeping Pretty close on that as a matter of fact. I'd love to see it just a little tap tap tap aroo on that level because I'll tell you what that could be a Break fully old kitty Looking quite good there on the petrol contract. You haven't got your F- Checks Account Gauze and you WANNA get access to the education and whatnot Laura We do have access to give you that Just jump on to the Youtube page and you'll find all onto a classic was sitting on Budweiser so I don three point. Six six cents up fought At their classic Dole's spot thirty eight up three point. Four took pretty hideous job on the daily trump's sign. Pretty ugly it's up three point nine percents. Nothing to be sniffed that but it's only at one point two nine cents and the daily Chart Is. He
CBS and PGA tour to continue partnership
"I love that CBS sports and our friends at the PGA tour have been broadcasting golf together on this very network for more than a half century and we are excited to announce that we will continue this partnership through the twenty thirty seasons CBS will present about nineteen events per season continuing as a towards primary broadcast partner the twenty eight twenty three in twenty twenty three CBS will televise all fed ex Cup playoff events and PGA tour commissioner Jay Monahan joins us now how are you thank you great to be here wanting that fifty years a lot of history it sure is what do you love about this partnership well I can't say a quick story so fifty years and as we approach this right cycle it was very clear given a set of athletes that we have in the way that the media world is changing that we want to be with a partner that's going to continue to evolve and innovate and that's what CBS has demonstrated through the years but when you talk about the relationships in a relationship economy our first kick off meeting you had Sean McManus and David person there and flying across the country was Jim Nance I wanted to be there to talk about how important it was to himself in the team and obviously to the company so a long standing partnership that has yielded great results and it's a great day for our players on the PGA tour and the LPGA tour to know that CBS continues to drive the professional game forward here and and speaking of the L. P. G. A. tour how will this exposure helped the women's game well I think it's it's going to be significant for the women's game and and as we approach this right cycle we've placed our broadcast rights with CBS and NBC or cable rights with with with the golf channel and then streaming and starting at twenty two with the SPM plus we have a strategic alliance with the LPGA tour as we went into this right cycle we feel is very important for our two organizations in for the game to be presenting the game both the men's and women's game on the golf channel twenty four seven and now how CVS's commitment to carry up to four events for the LPGA tour is significant it broadens the reach at a time where the women's game like the men's game has never been as exciting how do you expand the fan base in an era when there's so much competition over media sources and sports I think you broaden your reach in you broaden your distribution and that's exactly what we've done here and you continue to innovate and evolve in the interests of the fans so we will be producing a lot more content that we've than we've ever produced we have a set of athletes that are really breaking through and we have the flexibility to adapt to the market and so to have these long standing partnerships to be able to plan through two thousand thirty to have our tournament schedule on a really good place allows us to do just that as we take a look at these crowds you know the greens shot of everyone crowded and waiting on the pot what's the PJ doing to prevent it from the virus spread and that kind of context well I think we've we've as I said to others with basically stood up a business on the subject we've got a number of leaders in our company that we're working on this subject over the last several weeks and so like others you have to rely on the CDC the World Health Organization given the fact that we play a hundred and seventy five tournaments over six tours around the world you've got to have an understanding of what's happening on the ground so we're spending a lot of time doing that but right now we're all systems go according this week at the Players Championship yeah it really
Steemit Chaos: Why Justin Sun and the Community Are at War
"Is Brady Dale Senior reporter at coined desk. Welcome Brady Hey thanks for having me so there's been some craziness in steamy Atlanta this week one or the past couple of weeks actually one is you give a brief overview of the events that happened with steam it and just in. Sun's trying and then we'll dive into the kind of blow by blow sure so On Valentine's Day word came out that Justin sign and try and had bought steam it. Which is the company that runs steam at the APP which is Kinda like the crypto medium sort of with some red at vibes mixed in and they also do a lot of development for the steam blockchain but they don't own the steam blockchain so the the witnesses or the equivalent of minors on steam freaked out about the fact that Justin sign now own steam. It because did have a giant pile of tokens that it had never exercised to control the blockchain before. But they were worried he would and so they did a soft fork to to block those tokens from being able to do anything and that led justin son to beat extremely unhappy and so it looked like there was nothing he could do for a little while but then This past Sunday night or early Monday morning I guess All of a sudden a bunch of new steam witnesses. So there's twenty steam witnesses who governed the blockchain sort of have total power on it. So it's not very distributed in that way. Twenty witnesses were voted in and they were voted in by steam held on a variety of exchanges. Mostly Hobie by Nance and and then a little bit from Polonia cts and so suddenly. This new group of witnesses were voted in. They updated to a new version of the software. The number was twenty. Two point five and And then that allowed Tron to move the steam at Tokens and But then pretty quick but then since then so that was sort of the moment that crypto like really got interested was sort of the empire strikes back moment and in the last thing that's happened is That that the steam community has reorganized themselves in a bunch and have gotten seven of the original sort of grassroots you. Witnesses voted back in which means that it. They can't change the blockchain anymore. But it means that Tron can't hard fork in any way they can they can block Hartford so the two sides are a little bit at stalemate right now. Well this is. This is pretty intense. This is definitely Blockchain more going on one thing I wanted to ask you about is at the very beginning when you talk about. How just in Sun had acquired steam it? You said that seem it. Did Not own the blockchain. So who who then did on the blockchain. We'll know in did you know it's like this is like how blockchain's work. I mean it's a lot like It's a lot like block one's relationship to use right like block. One created the software but then they sort of put a software out in the world and a bunch of people came together to launch the network and block one continues to development on the on the IOS IOS software. But you know the blockchain doesn't have to incorporate it they they typically do they don't have to and you know there's other other people can implement choose there's a there's a blockchain called. Talos which runs a version of the SEO software with some tweaks to it and and other people have done the same thing. So you know it's it's owned by the world owned by the steam
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"nance" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"Bestselling author seemed chief. Msnbc CONTRIBUTOR IN A jedi master please welcome Malcolm Nance back to the show Malcolm. Thanks for coming back on Muller. She wrote by budget. I haven't seen you since I think are are Dinner at politico. That was a lot of fun so I appreciate you coming on and every day since I've wondered when you're going to change the name of your show. Well maybe not now. 'cause well okay. So what appears what we've known all along? Russia's attacking our twenty twenty election on behalf of trump and that has been briefed the House intelligence community and it appears that You know somebody ran untold trump and he got mad and now Rick Grenell is going to be the director of National Intelligence Folks within these agencies have said. This is a coincidence The you know the removal of the DNA and the ousting of of pretty much any one of the DOJ had anything to do with the initial Russia investigation. What do you think about this all your listeners? If any of you know there's this Victim or that. I call Nance's law manses law. The full name is Nancy Law of Intelligence Kismet. And that means that the phrase coincidence coincidence takes a lot of planning that Nancy this law right recoup bill. That's thing as coincidence in my world in the intelligence world that went away with Ian Fleming's once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times the action now twice as enemy action..
"nance" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics
"That on MSNBC? no-one said he set up his son. That sounds. They said you're hearing you're making it out. That's he's doing. The Republicans are doing. Is you in for what you want. You could ask him. Did you have anything to do with that. Ask Him the question mold home. It almost sounded like he's about to say look back at. Did you hear that I said look fat. I think he said look fat. Are we going to like trying to suck because the guys bigger. And the guy's name is Merle. He's eighty three or something he before he asked this part of the question he he basically said you're about as old as I am. I don't know how you're going to do it. And Joe Biden's I'm fucking good. I'm looking and that's why you said you WANNA do push ups. You WanNa do sit ups you WANNA walk around. So you WANNA saddened Terry. So he's doing so there was coming up. They're throwing salt in fucking Jose's game the whole if you're gonNA ask the question that ascot did you. Did you have anything to do with hundred getting on the board of thing for Ukraine. Did you know anything about the deal to deal with Orient for. How do you get the job? It does he know anything about it because from this end. It looks like he doesn't speak. The language doesn't work in the gas industry and let Joe Biden. Just explain it or pass but like the guy's clearly clearly he's he's he's answering the question and the question he he thinks he's he thinks he's in Congress. Oh China catch someone court of law here Sir. Boroughs Yay Yeah. And he's he's he's waving the microphone around like you want to know what drives me crazy when someone doesn't when someone waves microphone around when they don't hold it firmly confident borough. I'm going to take that microphone and I'm a slap across the face with it. Come on get your shit together together other. If you don't understand that a microphone is that's what it's for to amplify your voice. I'm not now here. I'm going to ask you this question. So that why are are you holding that yeah. I can't even trust you enough to hold the thing I was supposed to speak. And you don't understand how microphone works mark. How do you understand that? I don't control my forty five year. Old Son he rightly fucking and smoke. Some some awesome streak craft. Please got some ready. Rock fucking rock down over Ukraine and made his money honey. Now what's he gonNa do be like forbid you from going back in K.. Doubt Okay good one good one Get your facts straight straight Jack. Listen here fat like all of that Shit I was like on I was like I'd like now it's time for the clapback heard round the world. Okay heard round the world by none other than our Queen Speaker of the House. Nancy Pelosi the bitches seventy-nine glowing gorgeous. Okay and win. Her voice is tired like that. I like magic because she smokes a pack a day and I think that makes her even hotter in cooler. But I'm sure she doesn't. She wore a sleeveless dress last year and she wore it flawlessly. The woman is visit a vision and fierce spoke with a heart of gold. We love her. And if you don't l. that's fine we don't need you fucking notes okay and as this reporter found out neither does NANCE will. We played a clip from press conference in the Shit Storm and then this was basically after she made the whole thing about the impeachment announcement. She walked off and as she was walking off. Some dip shit reporter yelled out L.. A. Question to her. And now what was the question. Ma'am Ma'am because it's hard to hear I'm GonNa fucking step on it and talk over so you so everyone knows what he's saying so he says says to her as she's walking leaving he says to her. Do you hate the president. Why do you hate president trump? Okay now people are first of all. They're in a tizzy when reporters and news people. Apparently I've learned from this. Go into the crazy thing when someone leaves the podium and then we'll come back because they're so when they're done they all know. Apparently they're done ever comes back to the acid wing right like questions that are supposed to be really like her and Provocative like as super provocative questions as someone walks off to try triumphs them enough to make flip around and turn around. And that's clearly. What's going on here now? A put compare according to the news. Nothing will get to the Pelos. Nothing will make Baker. Turn around and go back to that podium. However this really ticked her off as fucking sexist? It's fucking sexist. It is asking someone that asking a woman in the president's speaking.
"nance" Discussed on Kickass News
"Forgive me partying with Wendi leading and the wife of a Russian oligarch there there is a class of people and half that kind of money and then there's the class of people that wants is to be in that class of money and this money you know I mean just think back to the robber baron periods of the Carnegie's and you know the people who there are only a few of them in the world and the trump's desperately wanna do that be in that group and the Presidency Agency of the United States is a stepping stone because that does not get you into that group that gets you near them. Yeah and and and that's why I outlined all the chapters that show their ties. These people are all willing to compromise. US National Security and Financial Security Collection Security. They don't care about this country they just care about the money this country represents now. I do want to ask you about Syria. Because the Ukraine's James Gamble is sorta overshadowed everything that happened there recently. But we've gotten very little in the way of a rational explanation from the White House for Donald Trump's sudden sudden decision to pull out of northern Syria. What do you think trump did that? And do you see the hand of Vladimir Putin behind that as well you know I'm GonNa go back a little while while and show you a chain of events. You know one of the things that I try to explain to people is They ask how. How do you get these books out so fast? How were you years ahead of everybody? Yeah because I am not a journalist. Okay even though I play one on television I'm actually a a political. A national security analyst than an intelligence is analysts right and as a former intelligence collector in in in officer. My job was to analyze analyze very dangerous situations from the ground up. 'cause I was enlisted which means I was the guy who actually had to collect the data that would go to the white in house you know from the field and I could see those patterns much much more quickly than you know. The news media could because I had raw stolen spy data right and we have to analyze it ourselves in a room. You know on a collection site to determine right away way if it's a threat to the United States and then we would report that up the chain of command journalists. Don't have that. And they also don't have the depth of twenty years of intelligence experience starting in the Cold War where I could go to any Middle East country and see the KGB and so they would go by reporting interviews analysis and that would give them a body of knowledge but it wasn't allowed into their reporting right. That's journalism lissome. Okay so I had the ability to move faster but let me explain the Syria part team way. Back in in twenty sixteen the Russia and Turkey had had an air engagement over the Syrian Turkish border and a Russian fighter. Jet was shot down by Turkey in two months later the foreign minister of Russia shows up in Istanbul has a quiet meeting with Irwin. Earn Awan instantly announces announces that they were going to make stronger ties with Russia. And then they repaid Russia for the loss of their fighter. Jet within a month. A coup d'etat. Tall was thrown in Turkey and earn. Awan takes deeper. Deeper power eliminates all his political enemies. Guts the armed forces of anyone who believed in the old editor government. The secular government creates a hardcore political Islam as a political party party in that country and then suddenly aligns himself with Moscow in the sense that they are now allowing Russian operations nations on their border. They are working themselves. More in alignment with Russia in their occupation of Syria. He does has less objections to the bus. Shara Las Government Vermont and then the United States starts carrying out operations with the Kurds. They defeat Isis in a two year offensive. And you have to remember. Something's things Turkey. Is the country where Isis was allowed to enter and transit over to Syria round every airliner. Wow Turkeys the country. That took a million Syrian anti-government refugees and allowed them to buy life preservers that were essentially pieces of Styrofoam Foam and get into these rickety boats that were made by took Turkish manufacturers by the hundreds of thousands and allow them to try. Try to go to Greece and let them die by the thousands on the ocean that all originated in Turkey. These events showed that Turkey. He was making an enormous quantity of money off of Isis. All of their elicit oil sales deteriorate went to Turkey all of their goal that they had minted in their or coins that were minted in the Caliph. It were minted in Turkey they had. They had isis backed groups operating in Turkey at the border and and the Turks didn't do very much about that but when Isis collapsed Turkey suddenly saw the number one enemy was the Kurds who are or fighting with the United States Special Operations forces the same Kurds who that the Russians would send a mercenary group to try to seize their oilfields that Donald Trump is now defending. Wow and that who we slaughtered two hundred and fifty Russian mercenaries because we had twelve special forces and radio so that shows our combat power. This is the same Kurds that donald trump on a flash after one phone call with Decided he would abandon knowing that the Turkish forces would come down sees the corridor. which is their main lifeline to Iraqi Kurdistan and and then start an operation to wipe them off the face of the earth that it that interests benefits Turkey at benefits the Assad government and it automatically the United States turned over all of our basis to Russia in a as a longtime intelligence guy? WanNa ask you. Republicans like Senator Rand Paul of floated the idea of outing the CIA whistleblower. Don Jr. supposedly did expose the alleged whistle blower who he believes to be the allege whistleblower. Do you think that they're putting that person's life at risk and what kind of obligation does the CIA have to protect that person. Well first off. The whoever the officer was whether it's a a man or woman they were not working in a covert status which means they were not part of the clandestine service and they were not having their identity eighty protected as a part of their natural daily duties It is a crime to out a CIA officer. WHO's in the clandestine service? Yes but we don't know the status of this individual because he's protected he or she is protected under whistleblower statutes which say that you cannot name that person look. You're working in an office building. There's only so many. CIA officers who have been assigned to you. You're pretty much going to be able to eliminate number one two and three that were on on the phone call if there was just one. It's easy what they're doing is allowing their surrogates like Donald trump junior and fox news or like today the Washington examiner. Her and Don't Joe Digenova just published a name and started calling him a more dangerous person the in the assassin who killed old Abraham Lincoln. Wow the intent is to intimidate that person. If not incite the death of that person and I am look. I am far too old old in far too jaded to realize to to not recognize a mortal threat when I hear one the CIA does not have an obligation allegation legally to defend this person but the FBI does the local police force it. Does you know though if he lives in northern Virginia or if he lives in the you know the the town of Langley they have an obligation but so does everyone who swore an oath to defend and protect the constitution of the United. I need states. And we see that betrayal occurring on a minute to minute basis of people who say that they are United States senators and US congressman. And if I had my my way I would move for immediate censure of Rand Paul or any congressman within Congress. Who outs this person or threatened out that? Yeah we've got to protect that person will before we go. I absolutely have to ask you about Hillary Clinton's assertion that congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is herself concussion. Asset have you seen any evidence that this might be the case and if so is she an unwitting asset or is she a willing asset well first off. Hillary Clinton never mentioned engine Tulsi Gabbard as an asset at all really only mentioned Jill Stein. And there's a lot of evidence to show that Jill Stein when from her first meeting when she went to have dinner with Vladimir Ear Putin where she Her platform was vote. You know allow trump to become president and let him tear down. Government in the Green Party party will rise into that space and also You know her the Green Party ignoring this is one of my favorite things ignoring the plea from the Russian Green Party that they were being manipulated by Moscow and not not to work for in Putin's interest by getting trump elected. I mean Hillary Clinton has got to remember something she is cleared food for intelligence still very advanced intelligence and at the time that she was a candidate she was getting read into the exact same encountered intelligence elegance information. Donald Trump was about what Russia was doing in the United States. So as a former secretary of state who had the same security clearances the president of the United States. She has a depth of knowledge that could would inform her opinion about what she thought about other candidates much much as I recall she never mentioned Tulsi Gabbard by name. I think it's telling that Tulsi Gabbard immense instantly jumped up and felt offended. I I am certainly not a supporter of MS gathered. I you know her positions are bizarre. She only appears on on Fox News. She seems to defend herself using pro-moscow pro trump talking points I think she's auditioning for a position on the trump cabinet. The question is is she a Russian asset if she is which I don't assert that she is. I think she's just in the useful idiot mode right now now in fact if anything she if she's working for Donald Trump in the Republican party in her commentary then that moves her to the unwitting asset set. Because we've seen winning assets in this government either way it's scary will once again Malcolm Nance. His book is called the plot to betray America America. How team trump embraced our enemies? Compromised our security and how we can fix it Malcolm. Thanks for talking with me. It's been my pleasure..
"nance" Discussed on Kickass News
"Ben Mathis. Welcome to kick ASS news as things things heat up in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump's quid pro quo with Ukraine. I'm welcoming back to the PODCAST New York Times bestselling author and renowned intelligence expert. Malcolm Nance Malcolm has a great deal of expertise in that region and will shed some light on the trump Ukraine relationship as well as how the trump Russia connection runs right through Kiev. He explains why U S support for Ukraine is in our own national interests. What Rudy Giuliani is getting from being president trump's Bagman with Ukraine and how Paul Manafort and Vladimir Putin started the conspiracy theories about Ukrainian involvement in the two thousand sixteen election that are now at the heart of the trump Ukraine scandal? Malcolm also talks about his latest book the plot to betray America. How team trump embraced our enemies? Compromised our security the and how we can fix it. He says Russia has been keeping TABS ON DONALD TRUMP since early as nineteen seventy seven that over time trump went from an unwitting asset of Russia to a willing asset and he also sees Russia's fingerprints on trump's withdrawal from northern Syria. Less Malcolm weighs in on the importance of protecting getting the CIA whistleblower. And Hillary Clinton's assertion that Democratic presidential contender Tulsi Gabbard is a Russian asset coming up with Malcolm Nance in in just a moment..
Trump re-election campaign targeted by Iran-linked hackers
"Our committee issued a report in insight on saying that Russian active measures are growing with frequency and intensity and these groups pose a significant threat to the United States and our allies in upcoming elections. Would you agree with that in fact one of the areas that we have to look at it and many more companies companies many more countries are developing capability to replicate what the Russians had done the New York Times reports that indeed Iranian hackers have targeted the trump reelection campaign quote Microsoft said hackers with apparent backing from Iran's government had made more than twenty seven hundred attempts to identify the email accounts of current and former United States government officials journalists covering political campaigns lanes and accounts associated with the presidential campaign. It was not clear what information if any had been taken in the attack on the trump campaign tonight the campaign says has it has no indication that any infrastructure was hit with US tonight the man to see on these matters Malcolm Nance he's a veteran of naval intelligence special OPS and homeland security with thirty five years working in counterterrorism and intelligence and is our analyst in this area his forthcoming book one of many relevant to this discussion is the plot to betray America. How team trump embraced our enemies compromised our security and how we can fix it Malcolm. What is the lesson in this lesson in this is that the two thousand sixteen election opened the floodgates for all types of non-state and state actors to try to influence the United States elections and with the president and many of his followers not believing that there is an intrinsic Nick cyberthreat in this world that will attempt to influence our electoral process. Everyone's going to dry so a sub lesson of that. I'm guessing assing in a democracy when we have a boisterous debate on this or any other network and Moscow Mitch is a name that is hatched because the Senate majority leader's unwillingness for the longest time to get funding approved to harden our elections people can hear us when when we say that people can see our coverage in a free society in a as they say a malign actor would be foolish not to try it ten years ago. The United States had a mindset in which the defense of the nation on all sides sides was paramount and that no one would ever be allowed to come after the United States on any platform anywhere in the world even if we weren't the greatest greatest and cyber cyber hygiene that has since changed and as you say the world can hear us when the world believes the United States will no no longer defend itself you know malignant players such as Iran North Korea China you know could be anybody as far away as Zimbabwe understands that America's information sphere can be weaponized against itself and that you can go after individuals or organizations or entire countries and have the ability to change their mindset or to hack their mindset so apparently Iran is touching base on this and are trying to get the basic steps to rudimentary hack certain people or individuals around around the campaign and perhaps influence it or carry out a false flag operation making it look like someone else's trying to influence. Dan Coats once said and I'll paraphrase phrase that what kept him up at night was the rumored Russian ability to turn off the power in New England in the middle of of winter. Tell the folks watching. Chang tonight at the risk of scaring them to death before bet on a Friday evening. How bad could it get. What could someone do it could get very bad and granted this report in The New York Times about very rudimentary things right about spearfishing people clicking on the wrong Lincoln downloading malware into their computer but that's the first step in going after turning off. Oh a hydroelectric plant or shorting out a substation and plunging a million people into darkness. These are infrastructure attacks which are very hard to do because we have such a large civilian infrastructure which is not protected at a governmental level the way many other countries around the world are so you know when you turn off power. You kill people respirators. Go off until the batteries come on or a generators. Come on. It can be very difficult. People lose their air conditioning so these are the sort of things that are the far far end of the black operations and cyber warfare. Iran for example destroyed every computer in Aramco the Saudi Arabian Oil Company a few years ago using malicious malware and knocking down their systems that was not as bad as if they say shut off Wichita Talk Kansas from having any electricity all of these are within the realm of that and if we are not defending ourselves our opponents will figure out ways as to use it.
Dallas Keuchel to Make Braves Debut vs. Nationals After Signing as Free Agent
"Meanwhile dallas heiko will make his season debut tonight for the braves as they begin a three-game set in dc against the nationals atlanta's been rolling of late having won eleven of thirteen and manager brian snicker says he expects to have an impact on more than just the days when he takes them out no i think you'll be a definite asset for our youth lot of our young pitchers and maybe probably some are older guys too i mean just the preparation you know the success he's had just the instant Credibility the guy like that brings he'll, he'll be good for all the guys Nance. Meanwhile, come in having one corner, row, they'd counter with Stephen
Persian Gulf, Malaysian Airlines And Fayez discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Thirty sixty Fayez warning planes about flying over the Persian Gulf because of the ongoing tensions between the United States and Iran. They don't wanna commercial jet to be accidents shot down tensions in the Persian Gulf somebody with missiles could. Stake, commercial jetliner for a military plane says the FAA to airlines warning have do with routing airplanes more than anything else. And I think that all the airlines involved, they're going to act responsibly of the ABC news aviation analyst, author, retired pilot, John Nance. There are numerous potential triggers that could cause an introvert shoot down the airliner and certainly we've seen some of the past Malaysian Airlines jet was shot down over Ukraine in two thousand
Crypto exchange Binance says hackers stole $40m of bitcoin
"As we begin this morning. I of bitcoin heist crypto currency exchange by Nance confirming. Hackers have stolen seven thousand bitcoin with value of more than forty million dollars. The company claims that no users will be affected by the hack of the digital currency site. Saying that the lost funds will be covered by the secure asset fund for users for that program. That was set up last year, the company is planning to go public soon, it CEO in a statement says that the hackers were patient and used several techniques to steal API keys and to factor, codes and other information in the attack. Once they triggered it by Nance shutdown withdrawals to all accounts in an investigation is
Trump says white nationalism is not a rising threat
"More details. Have emerged since the terrorist attack in New Zealand in which Australia national opened fire inside two months during Friday prayers in Christ Church, killing forty nine people and injuring dozens more in his apparent manifesto, the killer made it clear that he carried out the attack in the name of white supremacy and praised Donald Trump as a quote symbol of renewed white identity. And common purpose. Trump did condemn the violence which is supposed to do as president. But he refused to admit what everyone else can see the explosion of far, right? White nationalist extremism at home and abroad. White nationalist rising threat around the world. I don't really I think it's a small group of people that have very very serious problems. I guess if you look at what happened in New Zealand for half sets a case, I don't know enough about it yet. They're just learning about the person and the people, but it's certainly a terrible thing. Terrible thing Trump's bland response to the slaughter of Muslim men women and children in New Zealand early. Reminiscent of his remarks after an outbreak of white nationalist violence here in the US. Very big that group, but you also had people that were very fine. People on both sides to me now to discuss is Malcolm Nance MSNBC contributor, author of the plot to destroy democracy. Dahlia Moga director of research for the institute of social policy and understanding and Brian Levin director of the center for the study of hate and extremism at California State University. Thank you from me here, Malcolm the inability of people to just identify this terrorism because it isn't what we typically identifies terrorism. Why is it so difficult for people to just make that straight on equivalents when it's white nationalism because we have now been conditioned since nine eleven to believe that terrorists only come in one flavor, and that's Muslim extremists from the Middle East where people in the United States who have been radicalized online, and they can only be Muslim. This is a huge fallacy, I trained law enforcement and intelligence all the time in this country. And I constantly warn them the. I people that will go to guns with you are going to be a white extremist militiamen posse Comitatus person in the United States. They are armed. They are motivated, and they have a history that goes back decades in this country. They are a threat that act in New Zealand was a terrorist attack. It was designed to impact an audience beyond the victims and show an ideology as viable, and that is this white supremacist Internationale that appear it doesn't appear it exist fall throughout Europe. And Charlottesville was the coming out party for that type of extremism in the United States. One of the thing that made. This particularly scary is that you have this merger now and a lot of different ways of social media, which which can be used to radicalize people. But also now we're learning to spread the the mayhem. This was live streamed by this Jared. It was livestream because he wanted to also show his added here in. And you know, people who are out there who could be radicalized by this that this is how it's done. It was a message not just to the greater world in general and to put fear into the hearts of the Muslim world, which is what it was about. But it was also really to people were saying this was trolling some of the things that he put out in his manifesto. This was a message to what he calls the greater white community to stop the invasion of the Muslim hordes into what he claims is the white world white Christian. And that's where we have this problem. Social media is a weapon system now, and like ISIS, I've written a whole book about ISIS ideological propaganda. They are using it to put out a platform to bring in new
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"nance" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Roster larry nance brad daugherty mark price three of the greatest players the team that has history they happen to play at the same vision as michael jordan and three times they went into the playoffs and three times jordan sent them out and it wasn't because lenny wilkens did not a coach just because he didn't have michael jordan and i remember the cavs fired him for no other reason that he just couldn't beat michael jordan as far as i remember when i was in eighth or eighth or ninth grade when it happened and the cavs went for another decade without really having an opportunity to compete at the highest level actually more than that again it reminded me of that the case he got fired because you happen supply in the same division of conference whatever lebron james no other reason brian windhorst with one go back to the lebron mvp thing just for a second and then move on because to me i think you could make a very compelling argument that this might have been lebron's best season i i understand what you're saying about him sort of reserving energy in the regular season but look at the numbers he put up and the different cast mates that he put around him and what he was still able to do and be available in all eighty two games and have the numbers that he to me i thought this might have been the best season i've ever seen the play the regular season trae i could show you data and some play that he did in january that was unbecoming of a player of his level he was essentially pouting trying to force the cavs to indoor trade and you know you could make a strange argument that forcing the cavs making trade was effective way of leadership it wasn't the way that you want to set an example but some of the some of the some of the things that he did to that month or so in january we're really not who he has a player and really we're not his proudest moments in my opinion there were there were games or he let go of the rope and let it go and i you can't just ignore that those games happened they were within the framework of the regular season i understand that in the grand body of work that they were relatively but they happened and i can't as a voter ignore that and pretend that they didn't james harden was sensational on the team with the best record from october onward and lebron played better in the playoffs then james harden dan donovan mitchell played better the playoffs and ben simmons that but when we voted in in april we had the vote on that body of work again harden is a winner last night we talked about some of the other winners it was their night last night lebron was not there because he was on vacation and he went on vacation earlier than he normally does.
"nance" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast
"The love in the or putting up fifty twenty one and all that and then you got all these other guys pretty much not doing a job okay i can't be that way it's gotta be a full team effort here and i'm looking at right now let me see say when you got hill only giving you seven that's not acceptable jared smith only giving you ten that's not great larry nance he gave you nine but you tell larry nance was being productive out there's one that from larry nance jeff green only putting up seven clarkson only putting up four over only putting up three that's not great by any means there okay like this whole team needs to show up and be ready to go but i mean it seems that this is kind of like we'll be expected i guess i mean no one really expected cleveland to really be too competitive in the series i guess anything above that is a plus all right and now i mean he said are the cavs capable of putting up performances like this game in and game out in the finals all right i'm not too sure of and i mean as far as their chances for game two we touched on it earlier but i i'm trying to talk myself into thinking cleveland could win it give it how how well they played in game one but this is the point where this team doesn't play well on the road so far in the postseason.
"nance" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
"Gene champs powell oh man oh man no nance sure that's shrimp let's fred all the hits that fit and then sounds hits the songs radio forgot about one of the pupils to own a radio this sunday time more radio requests show me sweet things.
"nance" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"But are they going to go after this union regime when they're close iranians or russians and that gets into the whole scope question how many assets do you bring in they've got assets all throughout the middle east they have potential submarines they've got the donald cook destroyer there in the eastern med they have a lot of possibilities a lot of capabilities the big question this is we don't know how russia is going to react last time the us before they did that strikes on those strikes on that airfield they called up the russians on the deconfliction light interesting question whether or not they'll do that again this time especially if the russians are targets that is a really important point embassy news pentagon correspondent hands nichols thank you so much for sticking around tonight do we have malcolm nance there on the other end of this satellite we do malcolm new to pick up what han said so obviously the russians are very active in here they're fighting about half of a sawed as our arabians and there is a real concern right i mean we got reports today of syrian soldiers going into russian bases that we go from that what happens tonight or tomorrow the day after means something really escalatory well it could be escalatory and the way that syrian forces were raid and now if they're in a dispersal regime they this concern away from a single night strike which we generally tend to do about this time early in the morning to a multi day action because we have coalition partners that are gathering their forces together and coming in on this too if we don't degrade our initial targets as the weapon ears and target tears have chosen them we may have to go back and restrict however if this is just a demonstration attack again that it doesn't matter really what the syrians do but if they've moved all those aircraft out of the basis north of damascus and over near hampson they're all up and whom airbase on the syrian coast sitting with russian aircraft then we will already have failed before we've launched the first missile all that is the question about what is being treated air strategically about who will be killed about.
"nance" Discussed on First and Last
"You just sees that 22 i imagine is like a recruiting pitch were dead busted out every old jersey that he had those 22 nance jerseys and was just hanging them and places and looks pretty good look even better if it was back on a person the horror sales pitch for dad you're gonna wear list jim numbered you're gonna like it you're gonna move back into this basement larry nance parents we are pump the brakes guys being given a gift is going to be a lot of fun cherished memories for families involved someone who does a radio show at the data every day cherished memories build them every day it's awesome you'd have plenty of time but you got to give him a little space these limit imams base with sounds great now know what is currence marital status his or anything else the man if it's friday night you has got an off day the next day larry nance going down to the flats going to go on ticket was sold his friends i'm sure he's got some still around there and all of a sudden it gets the witching hour you're thinking about making a friend hey why are we skip on back my parents place my mom makes great french toast in the morning not quite the cell you would imagine it to be i can tell you guys from experience first and last till podcast first and last podcast someone else who not going to worry about having to get things for free her cousins gonna make himself a little bit of money.
"nance" Discussed on First and Last
"David empty nester for a little too long michigan only take so much more of that long look asking harm we thinking about a bath tonight what's happening what do you think what's on stars and so fighting uphill battle is something we can all empathize with your reminder whether it was mike trout who lived at home with his mom into his major league career we all have that pull back at one point or another whether it's our choice our there's and it just interesting that when it gets to the realm of the multi millionare athletes usually they're the ones that we see plenty of this we see plenty of this were guys will have their parents come live with them very rare the direction gets pulled the other way but larry nance is in a different situation tirelesly because clearly his parents are calling the shots here i want to go back to larry nance senior larry nance senior who joined us on goal can win go not too long ago talking about his son coming back and playing for the team that he played for playing the team but he was great enough with to have his jersey number retired and was asked about his son right now i believe words jersey number twenty four was asked about the possibility because it was discussed when he came back of his son wearing the jersey and listen to larry nance petitioning for it so he called me and let me know that he he got traded here i call the care that they have the number pre giving the number in up a used car and my dad is there to keep that up there it uh but you know i got this summer imode just let him uh where 24 it hoped mutis some i'm summa work on him all summer because i would be nothing proud of if he just at that number on his back so not only first and last michael junior here on espn radio the espn apps is larry nance junior gone back home right now and i'm sure sabah bias folks all place but every room he walks into.
"nance" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The term it's will come in anything can happen in the big ten tournament and they play michigan state incredibly tough today and that's the best team in the conference arguably i'm in right now they certainly are so you never know what happens and they played without mcintosh at today so let's not completely end the season however just looking forward the new arenas gin it'd be incredible and northwestern just firm minder has their best ever recruiting class coming in vast never bestever at one time is ranked as high as seven in the country in alex on the class of come in and so it's dropped in to somewhere between eleven to twenty regardless it's a real it's an incredible class and one of the guys is pete nance who is larry nance junior now all of your cleveland cavaliers his dad of course larry nance bulls fans from right the michael joyner assange you you remember larry nance was a dunk champion he was a great cleveland cavalier on the mark price ron harper teams and he was he's ease it he's never been a dad that is been like pumping is kids out there in the whole issue of ball is the opposite of of lavarra ball exactly so when larry nance junior would then with the lakers was in town i want up to a woman i asked absolves the house the new wildcat going to be in pete nance and i i've he's like look that's my younger brother and i don't want to give my younger brother too much credit but that it is going to be incredible he is better than me now this is a guy that's in the nba who the cleveland cavaliers wanted desperately he figure in the jordan clarkson deal isaiah thomas going out this bonafide nba player saying that a kid that's going to northwestern as a freshman six eight one hundred eighty pounds as a point guard slash wing is better than me and that he's going to be playing in the league now northwestern hasn't had i mean the though first guy to play in the nba in forever since evan eschmeyer is reg hearn who was a great walk on at northwestern just ended up on the end of the.
"nance" Discussed on First and Last
"Now that he gets to be the focal point of another teams game plan at a point in the season where things matter we know down the stretch of the season different teams different motivations and all that comes into play for the cavaliers now everyone's going to have a chance to stop look assess this team figure out the strengths and weaknesses the new parts because you only have one chance to really surprised when overwhelm with that first impression in from there on out it's going to be can what this group provides sustain them are these some of their stills is larry nance juniors athleticism that we saw on display last night going to be something that the cavs can truly use benefit from a longterm it would seem to be jordan clarkson continuing to be lights out given everyone their favorite cavalier celebration now from beyond three all of these things because again by any assessment in our own tim legler agrees with this there's just a different look about the cavaliers right now think that's the one aspect that we have not it enough credit for these trades these guys are hungry yeah and the guys that they shipped off really alatas got different phases of their career there's no way that they had the same element that these guys bring they want a taste the post see disarming to get away fitter that's it and they wanna see themselves in the finals they want to have a big part in that totally different team athletically and now you're going to see a team could pee with most any team in the league defence and they can compete with them on the bench to the cavs bench outscored the thunder fifty one to twenty thursday.
"nance" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"And and my guest today malcolm nance is a former altar boy from philly who grew up learning to speak several languages including chinese and russian after college joined the family business in his case the military and his superiors seeing his talent for languages sent him off to study arabic for several years before launching him into a career as a cryptologia missed a spy it was a by which he now claims that part of his career is over but who knows how would we possibly know do you see why i was excited to talk to him today coming up we're talking about what he knew about the iraq war his experienced during nine eleven and i'm not gonna lie he presents a pretty scary scenario for what might happen with north korea but it's okay guys it's all okay it may not be but i'm just saying that i'm just saying that to make you feel better i don't know if it's going to be okay bonner bolton having now lived through all of this and in having achieved that dream of travelling the world seeing people and trying to advance the world through progressive democratic values while killing several target while killing some from time to time saarc have those ideals ever shifted for you and i'm thinking specifically of our experience in iraq our experience in afghanistan where we see what i think you're describing the us going in and trying to from our point of view helped the world and then it just turning to shit while the invasion of iraq who was clearly a turning point for not just me for everybody i i saw the punch coming way before the general public did i was doing intelligence support contracts for special operations forces and i was training special operations forces are story these grade prisoner handling classes irvy's any and my students were out there they'll remember that.
"nance" Discussed on KELO
"A nance and believe the down the line in a grand in spite of young slam and down when you're playing it was still high scoring as well and you know it strikes so for i couldn't you can't you could be the air the you know why la even defend top line it in but there's no either notes me you hear interest granger people and background in trying win can't and you know it down to be a man and the little and at least everything i love it shouldn't back and i think that i noticed in realized that they were two later on a fan there giant beaming there but it's bill or again on their pain and weekend there were spaniard even know there's no way out and you know carry coming over the right game to rescue year and he's then on that and he got down right he got hurt oh yeah there's no no we're not a fan do this took earlier because line room going near nice ended aligned one that are trying to say oh no handle for anyone and that shirts and a little taste of its to straighten him around it well jed during the mess said it it's a nugget and returned there for the latest in the drinking in a canal eight eight men during a worldwide i mentioned that get your he ranks scary topic this guy and then and then me and you people not move curry's not weird and then rich try and then linebacker or your springer and i local and everything that everything that he's dez like a bad he can't spend.