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A highlight from Mystery Meat

Evangelism on SermonAudio

07:40 min | 5 min ago

A highlight from Mystery Meat

"Morning. Ashley wasn't kidding. I am glad to be back. I really, really love this church. It's evident every time we go away, and I absolutely love preaching and teaching the Word of God. I get a little jealous when I'm away, to be honest with you, when I see someone else standing behind my pulpit. Just truthfully, I'm jealous over this. I love doing this. It's the greatest privilege in the world. Well, if you're just visiting us, we go through books of the Bible, and we're going through one of the, as if they can be ranked, right? But John has done some incredible work down through history. This book has been used to convert souls, the most unlikely of souls. And so whenever we have taken a little bit of a break, I've been gone for two weeks, and so some of you may have no idea. Some of you can't remember what you did last night, let alone two weeks ago, right? So whenever I'm away for a little while, I like to do a two -minute review of the purpose of the book so that you know why this book was written. In case some of you are here and are not familiar with the Bible and how it works, it's a library. As a matter of fact, biblio means library, and so there are 66 of these books, and each one of them has a different purpose. And the Gospel of John has its own unique, distinct purpose, and here's the job of every interpreter. Every interpreter's job is not to find clever ways to make it mean something that's relevant for their culture. That's not the job of an interpreter. The job of an interpreter is simple. Get in the head of the original author to the original audience. I have to try to find out what John meant. Who cares what we think it means, right? Give me an amen. We want to know what John says it means, and we want to know what John says it means to the first readers. We're not the first readers. This was written to a unique people group a long time ago in the Middle East. And so let's start up again by reframing our mind according to what the author says he wrote this for. At the very, very end of the book, it's 21 chapters long, and at the very, very end of the book, he tells us flat out why he wrote the book. Here's what he says. He says, Jesus performed many other signs, miraculous signs that is, in the presence of his disciples which are not written in this book. In other words, you're going to have to go somewhere else for those. These, the contents of this book, these have been written so that, here comes the author's purpose statement, so that you may, say the word, be. So that's purpose number one, that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God. And there's a second purpose, that believing you may have life in his name. This, what you're reading, is a true, historical, eye -witness account of the life and ministry of a man who lived in the Middle East, who rose from the dead. That means, if someone raises from the dead and defeats something that you can't defeat, you should probably listen to what he has to say, don't you think? John says, I'm recording every word that man who rose from the dead had to say, so that you can, two things. One, believe, and two, live. Here's the point of the book. The point of the book is to help people believe an eye -witness account to the life of a man who died, and then three days later, got up and walked around. But it's not just so that you can say, okay, I believe. No more John. No. It's so that as you experience seasons of doubt in your life, you come back to John and say, oh yeah, this is why I should keep on believing. And when I'm struggling to believe, John will help to reaffirm your feet on solid ground, so that you go through your whole life saying, I believe. Tomorrow, I'm going to believe again. The next day, I'm going to believe again. John is for the person sitting here who's not a believer. And they know they're not a believer, and someone drug you here. You're here on purpose, and John is written for you. But John is also for the person who's been a believer for the last 66 years. And you know John, but maybe you're in a season of doubt. Maybe you're struggling because you just lost your spouse. John is a book for you. So, before we go any further and dive back into John, we are in, I started in April. That's about five months ago. We're in the fourth chapter of 21 chapters, and we're about halfway through the fourth chapter. And so, I'm sure that all of you remember exactly where we left off, but just in case there's one person who can't remember, let's repurpose our hearts. Let's go before God, every individual. I'm not going to do this for you. You're here as a worship service. That means there's a part for you. You're going to go before God right now, and you're going to say, Lord, I'm here to hear from you. And you spoke through John, and so speak to me through your servant John. Let's do it together. Father, I'm just a tool to act on behalf of the people who are here to meet with their God. As Craig said, you are a living God. No one else can claim that, but we can because Christ is alive. And so, we put our faith in you. I pray that you would help every person here to commit their heart and mind to not just listening to the word of God, but doing what it says. Lord, speak to us, for we are listening. In Jesus' name, I pray. Amen. Fourth chapter of John, it reads like a movie script. I read it again. It's like the 20th time that I've read it just this month. And this week as I was preparing, I read it, and I'm like, some chapters read like a movie script, and some are not like that. Fourth chapter of John, it literally is set up for a producer and director to just go and put this on film. And I couldn't help but this week as I was reading it, my mind went back to a show that I watched when I was growing up. It was the original Batman show with Burt Ward and Adam West from the 70s. How many of you know what show I'm talking about? Just curious. I had a feeling. I grew up on that show. My mom would put it on for me when I'd come home from school. And there was this thing that they did in the show where whenever they would transition to another part, the narrator would come on and say, meanwhile, back in Gotham City, or meanwhile in the Batcave, and then you'd see the transition. The screen would roll, and you'd hear the doodle -a -doodle -a -doo, remember? It's showing you what's happening at a different part at the same time. John 4 is written like that because the text we're going to start with opens up in a meanwhile in another part of town, and my mind just went back to the old Batman as I was raised on. Here's what you're going to learn. If you've been here for a while, then you know that we're in one of the most beautiful dialogues that really I've ever taken in history. It's between Jesus and a promiscuous Samaritan woman, and he is tender with her. Isn't he tender with her? We're going to get back to that dialogue next week, but the writer, the narrator of the story, interjects. He pauses the story, and he wants you to stop thinking about the woman and Jesus for just a moment because there's an absolutely important lesson that Jesus wants to teach his disciples, and it is a major, major pause. And so this morning, I invite you to turn in your Bibles to John 4. We're going to start in verse 31, and we're going to go down through 38. Not very much, but it's a meanwhile, so you can see the screen roll in your head, and here's what it says. John 4, 31 through 38.

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A highlight from What is MetaMask Snaps? Main Functions & Features Explained

The Defiant - DeFi Podcast

03:18 min | 36 min ago

A highlight from What is MetaMask Snaps? Main Functions & Features Explained

"Yeah, that's cool. Changing gears slightly, just like, I don't know, how are you? How do you think about the wallet space? Overall? I don't know how long you've like been in crypto. But like, do you think it's, I don't know, I mean, we talked about a little kind of coming becoming more kind of identity oriented and not just kind of wallet like and people can think of them a bit more broadly about what a wallet even is. I don't know, like, are you seeing like, do you think other players are kind of thinking like MetaMask? Like, you know, Uniswap has a wallet. Rainbow has a wallet. I'm not super familiar. Rabi has a wallet. Like, are you, do you think everyone is kind of going on these along these, you know, all in kind of trying to expand it to identity or like, are people trying to like chip off different user experiences? I'm just curious how you'd like characterize the whole, like wallet landscape. For sure. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I can't really speak for other wallet creators. I think, you know, from what I see in the ecosystem, different wallets are, you know, approaching different use cases, maybe based on what their existing users, you know, want most. And it's really cool to see, like wallets implement different features and approach, you know, different, you know, user journeys of like, okay, maybe an NFT user wants something different from like a DeFi user, for example. One thing I would say is that like, part of the idea behind MetaMask Snaps is like, when you have tens of millions of monthly active users every month, you know, MetaMask has very many different types of user profiles, right? There's, you know, we have very casual users who maybe transact once a month. And then we have people who are transacting every day, we have people who are like, you know, epic NFT users versus epic DeFi users, and so forth. And so to try to build like one interface for all those different broad ranges of users, it's like, pretty much impossible. So the idea behind this is that if you can make something that's less opinionated, and make it something where like, you as a user can personalize the wallet with the features that you want by installing those into MetaMask, and getting the functionality that you need, then it's not really just one MetaMask anymore, right? Like each person has their own like MetaMask, you know, customized wallet for the use cases that they have in mind. That makes a ton of sense. Yeah, like turning it, it's more into a platform. I mean, closer, I feel like there are a lot of business terms, which I don't know. But like, yeah, like more closer to an iPhone or, you know, it's like more of like this, this customizable. Yeah. And there was a meeting for a while where people would share their iPhone home screen. And it was funny. It was like fun to see like, which applications did you have on that first page? And like, what? Yeah, someone who travels might have like Expedia and Uber, whereas someone who's like on social media a lot might have like Hootsuite and like YouTube or something, right? And so like, I hope at some day, we'll get to this point where it's like, show me your top five steps, you know, like, what are you doing with the wallet? And it kind of says something about you, right? Like it says, like, you know, what you're doing and what you use MetaMask for? Yeah. Yeah, that's, yeah, it's, yeah, yeah, it's interesting. Yeah, that's, that's just an interesting kind of development. I feel like there's some, yeah, there's some like word about like distribution or like vertical integration or some something I don't know. But yeah.

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A highlight from Evangelism: Muslims and Mormons

Evangelism on SermonAudio

15:40 min | 2 hrs ago

A highlight from Evangelism: Muslims and Mormons

"Of things, looking at how when we speak and reach out to those who are around us, specifically we'll be talking about Muslims, Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormons, and then atheists as well. What are some things that as we seek to point them to Christ, what are ways in which we can engage them well? And so we are going to do those things together here. And with anything that you talk about, especially other world religions, I know pastor has been going through different denominations in the morning and kind of looking at some different aspects of denominations. I thought this would kind of be somewhat in line with that, looking at other religions and ones that are a little bit more common to you and I, maybe some less than others, but how is it that we can engage with them well? And of course, many things can be said about Jehovah's Witnesses, what they believe, Muslims, what they believe. And so the point of this isn't to give an exhaustive discussion about everything in which a Muslim or a Mormon might believe, but just to give us some handles that we can hold on to in our brains as we discuss the gospel with them. I know for myself, sometimes if I see someone on the side of the road and let's say I know they're a Jehovah's Witness, you know, there was times in my life where I would say like, ah, well, I don't really want to engage with them because I don't really know what they believe and I don't know how to answer all their questions, so I'm just going to, you know, I'm not going to talk to them. Whereas with Mormons, I had a lot more understanding of Mormonism and I had talked to a lot more Mormons. When a Mormon would come to the door, I'd be like, ah, come on in guys, like you want to come in? I'll get you some water? I'm like, let's chat. Because I had a better understanding of the Mormon faith and I felt like I was ready to engage them. I felt like I was ready to have an answer for questions and try to point them to the gospel. And so the point of all of this is to equip us as a church, to equip us as saints, as we go out into the world, at your jobs, in your neighborhood, with your family members. We might not all have a Mormon cousin, but you probably have an atheistic coworker. And so being able to engage them with the gospel and feeling that you are equipped, and I know many of us are, many of us are, so I hope this will just be a supplemental help to you in that endeavor. And so we're going to begin working through these notes. And if you look at your notes, the first one is Islam. And I recognize that Islam is not huge in the Midwest, in Omaha, Nebraska in particular. For sure there are Muslims. I've talked to a few since we've been here, walking around different parts of Omaha, but you almost have to go and find them. But I'm sure that even, I know, I'm speaking to Dan Williams and others that there are coworkers even here in Omaha that are, hold to the Islamic faith. And so I want to walk through each one of these religions together, give us a little brief understanding of their history. And because Islam is so big, where we are in Mombasa, a large portion of Mombasa is Islamic. A lot of times you'll have Somalis in particular that we're working with. The father will be here working in America and he will, they'll live here as a family for many years, but eventually as the kids get older, they send their kids back to a place like Mombasa because it's not, you know, a war -torn place like Somalia, but there's a large Islamic influence there and they want their children to be brought under that Islamic influence. And so we'll have a lot of Somali Muslims that are there, the kids in the model are there, and they're being taught and trained in that Islamic culture, and while the dad is here in America working and supporting them. And so there's Muslims here and I hope I'm writing that. I hope, I know a lot of times we can be afraid of Muslims, but there's, for the most part, there's no reason for that theory. So what I want to do is spend a little bit more time on Islam because again, it's something that we have been very, very engaged in, spending many hours talking with Muslims, and so it will be a little bit more in -depth, but I will try to walk through this one quickly. So today for the Sunday School, September 24th, Understanding the Other Side, we're going to be looking at Islam and Mormonism. Just out of curiosity, just out of curiosity, how many of you have either, you know, neighbor, relative, co -worker, whatever, who is Muslim, Mormon, Jehovah Witness, or atheist? Just raise your hand. Just probably raise your hand. So at least somebody, right? There's somebody. Now if he just said Muslim, there might be like two hands that go up, but that's all right. We'll get to the others, okay? So very briefly, I'm going to try and be brief, okay? I was trying to be brief with these notes and they ended up being 11 pages, so not off to a good start, but that is all right. So as you've seen in your notes, Islam, A, the history of Muhammad, early life. So of course, whenever you speak of Islam, you're speaking of Muhammad, and so if you talk to any Muslim, they will talk to you about the prophet Muhammad, and then they'll go on to say, just be upon him and ramble on these Arabic blessings about his name, but Muhammad was born in AD 570 and he died in AD 632. And in his life, living in Saudi Arabia, born in the city of Mecca, he had a rough childhood. His parents both passed away as a young boy. As a six -year -old boy, he went off to live with his uncle, or his grandfather, and then as an eight -year -old, as his grandfather died, he went off to live with an uncle, and so he was kind of moved around from family to family. He joined in the family business of being a camel caravan driver, so he would go on all of these long trips across Saudi Arabia, Syria, with his uncle and others that they were working for, traveling all over the place, delivering goods. At that time, in Saudi Arabia, of course, at this time, it was not an Islamic country as we think of it today, but there was all sorts of Gnostic Christianity, which is no Christianity at all. It taught a dualistic type religion and many, many problems with some Judaism, other pagan religions, polytheism. There's just a hodgepodge of religion going on in Arabia at that time. And so Muhammad would have come across all of these things as he's traveling around, listening to stories, discussing with other people. The Quran itself tells us very little about Muhammad himself. We don't really understand much about Muhammad at all if you've got random passages that don't really connect with anything, and you have to have some sort of grid to really be able to understand that. And you find that grid within the other important literature in Islam, which are the Hadiths, the Sirat, and these other religious important books that give the traditions and the understanding of who Muhammad was and what he did and all of that. And so in the Islamic literature, we discover these things about Muhammad, where he was and what it was like for him growing up and these other things. And so you might think, okay, you know, the pastor's going through Quranicals, and so we don't really want to go through any more genealogies with Muhammad and figure out who his grandpa and all of those people were. And that's not the point of discussing him being moved around and all of these things. But it is important to note that Muhammad was exposed at a young age as he's traveling all over to various religions. He's hearing different stories as he's traveling around. He's hearing stories from Gnostic Christians, again, who are not Christians at all. And if you read and study the Quran, you find that Muhammad oftentimes quotes things in the Quran that he either thinks are biblical excerpts, or he thinks that they come from the Jewish scriptures in the Old Testament. But as a matter like the Arabic Infancy Gospel of Matthew and these other Gnostic gospels that no Christian would have accepted, what Muhammad quotes is that he believes that they are, in fact, the Christian scriptures. And so this happens time and time again. Muhammad thinks he's quoting from the Bible, but he's really quoting from the Jewish Talmud. And this happens oftentimes. And so the understanding that Muhammad had of Christianity is by no means what you and I, and so even if you read the Quran, you see that Muhammad believes that the Trinity, the Trinity that the Christians believe in is God the Father, Mary, and Jesus. Of course, no Christian believes that the triune God is made up of Mary, and not even, if you want to try to point the finger at Catholics or Orthodox, not even Catholics or Orthodox go so far as to worship Mary. And so there's just a, in many ways, a bad understanding, for lack of a better word, a bad understanding of Christianity within the mind of Muhammad. But at the age of 25, Muhammad is employed by a woman named Khadija. He starts running his own caravan. He eventually marries this woman, and then he begins, as we get on to point number two there, Quranic Revelation, Muhammad begins to really seek after God. He wants to worship God. He wants to know God. And Muhammad goes away. He begins to go into a mountain near Mecca. He goes up into the mountain. He goes into the cave, and there he's fasting. He's praying. He's seeking to know Allah, which is just the Arabic word for God. And he wants to know God. He's trying to have a closer relationship with him. And again, for the sake of time, we're not going to go into any lengthy accounts of Muhammad and the experience he had in the cave. But what happened as Muhammad is there praying and fasting is Muhammad says that there is an angel named Jibril, which is Gabriel. And Jibril comes to him and says, Muhammad, read. And Muhammad says, I can't read. And the angel says, well, first the angel squeezes him very hard. Muhammad says it hurts him. It squeezes him very hard. And it says again, read. And Muhammad says, I can't read. And so this goes on. It's kind of like, I don't know, a Three Stooges play. But Muhammad just keeps telling the angel, I don't know how to read. And the angel beats him up a little bit and tells him to read again. And it just goes on and on and on until eventually Muhammad, you know, starts to recite parts of the Qur 'an that the angel Jibril is giving to him. And so this happens, and Muhammad comes home. As I'm quoting, I'm not quoting, but the place in which I'm getting this story from is from the Hadith, it's from the Surah, it's from the Islamic tradition itself. It's not some, you know, angry Christian writing from their seminary office saying like, ah, Muhammad was, you know, this crazy guy who's getting beat up by an angel as he's reciting the Qur 'an. And this is all from the Qur 'anic sources, Sahih al -Muslim, Sahih al -Bukhari, and so on. And so Muhammad then, he runs home to his wife, he hides under their covers, and he is petrified from what has happened. And he tells his wife, he's like, I don't know if I was meeting her with a demon or what happened, but it scared me and it hurt me and I don't know what happened. But his wife assures him, no, no, no, it was God, God is speaking to you, you should go back. And so Muhammad goes back, he continues to go back to this mountain, to this cave, and there he continues to receive revelations from this angel. And Muhammad goes on to say, this is a quote from, again, one of the Qur 'anic, one of the Islamic resources here, Sirah Rasula, says, Muhammad is quoted as saying, I will go to the top of the mountain and throw myself down that I may kill myself and gain rest. So I went forth to do so. And then when I was midway on the mountain, I heard a voice from heaven saying, oh, Muhammad, thou art the apostle of God and I am Gabriel. And so the Gabriel goes on to tell Muhammad, do not kill yourself, you're the apostle of God, you can't do this. But there's multiple times in the life of Muhammad while he is receiving Qur 'anic revelations where he seeks to kill himself, he tries to throw himself off of the mountain. And furthermore, there's other accounts of people saying that at that time, Muhammad was possessed by a demon. So these are just some facts to keep in the back of our mind. As we think about this, even within the Qur 'an, Surah, I had printed off, originally it was going to be in your notes, kind of a glossary of terms, because I know using a lot of these Surah and Ayah and all these type of things, you might not all know what that is, but Surah is just chapter and the Ayah is the verse. And so in the Qur 'an, Surah Adam 1, 22 to 25, 69, 41 to 42, Muhammad is trying to refute the idea that he is demon -possessed. And so he's arguing against the Jews and the Christians and are saying like, nah, we don't think you're demon -possessed, man. And he's like, no, I'm not. And he's trying to argue against that idea. And so this is just kind of a bit of a background as to how the Qur 'an was revealed to Muhammad. And so we might ask the question, well, do you think that Muhammad was just making all these things up? Is he just a total, is this all just a fabrication of his mind? I personally believe that Muhammad was not just making these things up. If you look at the scriptures and you see in the Old or the New Testament, you see various times when angels Abraham, appear to Mary, the Lord Jesus, Isaiah, there's many encounters where angels come and speak. Even the angel of the Lord comes and speaks to people. And many times people recognize that, oh man, like I am speaking to an angel and they are startled and there is awe and wonder that is within them as they speak to an angel. Not always, but we never see an angel of God coming and beating somebody up and hurting them and then causing them to become depressed and wanting to kill themselves and so on. And so what I believe is that as you look at the life and the story of Muhammad receiving the Qur 'anic revelations, his desire lines up much more with, as we read in the gospel, these, and again, not saying this to be crude or rude towards the Islamic faiths, but faith. But you see a herd of pigs when they are enveloped by demons, high -tempered toward the cliff and jumping off. We see Judas Iscariot, when he is the son of Perdition, when he is, it says, the Bible says that the devil goes into him and he betrays Christ and turns Christ over. Shortly thereafter, himself, Judas, killing, many believing, killing himself. And so it just doesn't seem that Muhammad truly had, of course we don't believe that Muhammad is a prophet of God, but it would be much more in line that, yes, Muhammad did have a revelation, but it was not from God, but rather, as we read in 2 Corinthians 11, 13 and 14, for such people are false apostles, deceitful workers, masquerading as apostles of Christ. And no wonder, for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light.

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A highlight from SEC GARY GENSLER WANTS TO BLOCK COINBASE IN CELSIUS NETWORK BANKRUPTCY RESOLUTION (CRYPTO NEWS)

Thinking Crypto News & Interviews

03:14 min | 3 hrs ago

A highlight from SEC GARY GENSLER WANTS TO BLOCK COINBASE IN CELSIUS NETWORK BANKRUPTCY RESOLUTION (CRYPTO NEWS)

"Welcome back to the thinking crypto podcast your home for cryptocurrency news and interviews. If you are new here, please hit that subscribe button as well as the thumbs up button and leave a comment below. If you're listening on a podcast platform such as Spotify, Apple or Google, please leave a five star rating and review it supports the podcast and it doesn't cost you anything. Well, folks, I want to start off by talking about scumbag regulator, Gary Gensler and the SEC blocking Coinbase in their role in the Celsius network bankruptcy restructuring. This is big news, folks, because it once again shows that Gary Gensler does not care about retail investors or investors at large. He just cares about power and his next job. And the SEC has fallen far from their core mission of protecting investors. Let me give you the details. Here's the headline being reported. SEC raises concerns on Coinbase's role in the Celsius network bankruptcy restructuring. The Securities and Exchange Commission filed papers raising objections to crypto firm Celsius Networks plan to distribute digital assets to customers as part of a reorganization plan through Coinbase Celsius, which filed for bankruptcy more than a year ago, will seek bankruptcy court approval for its restructuring plan in the coming weeks. Under Celsius's proposed plan of reorganization, Coinbase will provide brokerage and master trading services to Celsius, engaging in activities that prompted litigation by the regulator, which is still ongoing, according to court papers filed by the SEC in the Celsius Chapter 11 case on Friday. The regulators sued Coinbase earlier this year, saying it operates an unregistered securities exchange. So once again, folks, we see that Gary Gensler doesn't care about you or other investors. This is about his power. We know he's unfairly going after Coinbase. The SEC greenlighted Coinbase to do an IPO review their business and much more now is trying to sue them for the same business activities that is asinine. But we know the goal, folks, what we've been talking about for a very long time is that Gary has been weaponized by the tradfi incumbents who want to stomp out crypto startups like Coinbase and others, right, kill them, kick them out, not kill crypto, but rather push these startups out so that his friends on Wall Street, BlackRock and JP Morgan and so forth can come in and take over. Because in parallel with the enforcement actions that Gary has been putting forth, we see BlackRock entering the market, right, Citadel, Charles Schwab and Fidelity launch a crypto exchange and many other big players getting involved. So how can these two things be happening in parallel, right? One hand, Gary is saying this entire market's full of hucksters, scammers, yada, yada, yet I see the biggest institutions in the world and from Wall Street launching crypto services and exchange services in custody and much more. It doesn't add up. So it's clear as day what's happening. And the fact that he's trying to block this, right, when it will help the Celsius investors to make them whole, it shows he doesn't care about the investors. He doesn't care. He just cares about his fake lawsuit here against Coinbase.

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A highlight from Saylor Now Own's Almost 1% of All Bitcoin, BUYS MORE | EP 831

Simply Bitcoin

11:42 min | 7 hrs ago

A highlight from Saylor Now Own's Almost 1% of All Bitcoin, BUYS MORE | EP 831

"Yo intro first You're against freedom Yeah, we're gonna salute Bitcoin live we're your number one source for the peaceful Bitcoin revolution for breaking news culture manic warfare We will be your guide through The separation of money and state. I hope everyone had an amazing effing weekend I did I got to chill, you know everyone on the weekends like man like like what'd you do? What like, you know, what did you do anything crazy news, whatever? No, man I stayed home and I chilled and I relaxed because the week, you know, it's the Bitcoin rollercoaster making Bitcoin media You know, it's a grind. I'm not gonna lie It's very purposeful and I'm very very grateful and privileged Opti and I are and the rest of the simply Bitcoin crew But but it is it is quite a bit of a grind. So on weekends, I get to chill. Anyways enough of that breaking news Michael Saylor buys Even more Bitcoin the man or micro strategy better said now owns almost 1 % of all Bitcoin sky talk about Conviction this is conviction Michael Saylor is proving to the world and this is something that I've been saying guys in the next two or three years it is going to be Undeniable, it's gonna be an undeniable fact that naim bukele's Bitcoin strategy and Michael sailors strategy on the public company level is Going to be an alternative than holding fiat currencies on their balance sheets Especially with the FASB rule changes, especially with the Bitcoin ETF around the corner there They're gonna they're trying to do whatever it takes and I believe it's politically motivated I'm not the only Bitcoin or that has said this by the way That they're you know, they're trying to slow this down But it's gonna be undeniable and they're gonna have a very hard time Debunking this that Bitcoin Itself, it's just a better money It's just better money and governments are gonna have a hard time disputing that and the reason they're gonna have a hard time Disputing that number one is because they're always going to do they're always gonna want to debase their currency They can't afford the endless wars. They can't afford sending billions of dollars to Ukraine If they didn't have the money printer, so they're gonna have a really hard time explaining that away and number two Censorship, of course, right and the control on money itself, right? A lot of the reasons that the BRIC nations have sought alternatives to the US dollar Not only because the US government is printing a ridiculous amount of money but also because they've politicized the money they've weaponized the money against their political opponents and Fine, you could you can make the argument. I'm not gonna I'm not gonna make those judgments the government of North Korea are bad Okay, and the government of Russia is bad the government of Cuba is bad. I'm not gonna get into those arguments, right? but let's talk about The vast majority of people that live in those countries that are not have nothing to do with the government They're just like you and you and me. They're just trying to get by they get caught in those sanctions they have nothing to do with it and The system that they want you to live in is if you live in a certain if you were if you happen to be born in a certain country You happen to have certain political beliefs. You are not entitled to have to open a bank account You are a danger. You're a risk. Well Bitcoin is for you Bitcoin is your money it works. So they're gonna have a hard time and this is why we call it the separation of money and state This is why we bring up the book the sovereign individuals so much because it absolutely Hit the nail on the head this what we're living through right now, but it's not only money It's also the disintermediation of information which is happening at the same time. You're seeing it with the Russell Brand stuff You're seeing it with the Tucker stuff Independent content creators are now getting more views and more traction than the legacy corporate media of which they cannot control and that freaks them out too, so After we got over this hill after we endure this this this bumpy transitionary period and if we win the race to avoid the war I Agree with Corey Clifton from swan I think that there's a bright orange future ahead of us and I've never been so pumped about it But I got to say one last thing before I bring up my legendary co -host Michael sailor Please leave some Bitcoin for the rest of us. Anyways Opti. How you doing, brother? I'm doing great man doing great. I also unplugged this weekend. It felt good I was literally joking with everyone in the spaces. I literally lived the meme. Did you guys catch the game this weekend? I unplugged completely what game did he catch? I caught all the games. I didn't do anything yesterday I literally did not a thing yesterday, but watch football Throw tomatoes all you want, but it was it's a great weekend It's good to be a big corner and then also guys mad sailor leave some Bitcoin for the rest of us she It's almost like you taking it all it's almost like you trying to buy all the Bitcoin. Yeah. No, he definitely is bro He he owns 1 % he almost owns 1 % of every Bitcoin. We're at that point. We're at that point in the movie, dude Well, I think this is the PSA where we tell everyone to stop selling your Bitcoin to Michael sailor and huddle onto them coins We're in the dark it actually I saw a good tweet before we go on Nico I saw a good tweet this weekend and it was something on the lines of like Dang, I wish I could remember but it was something like Willy. Woo is bearish Someone there is another part and then it's like and Bitcoin maxis are watching d3 football like if you can't tell that this is the deepest parts of a bear market Like are you even watching there? It was a great tweet I wish I could say it off the top of my head But as you can tell we're in the deep parts of the bear market I hope you guys are stacked and I hope you guys are getting your cash flows up and Just you know getting your body right mine, right? This is the time to get your UTXOs in order to make sure that everything is copa static as we move into a crazy Bull run. Anyways, Nico, we were gonna have a guest today But I'm kind of glad that they didn't show up because I wrote an article for once guys And I'm actually really hyped on this one so I'm gonna read it for you I'm gonna do my best guy Swan impersonation today, and I I think you guys are gonna really like this one So, I don't know it. It's got a lot of soul. It's got some spirit in it It gets me hyped up and maybe I'll give you context for it. I'll just read it and see what Nico thinks He I don't even think Nico seen this yet So I'm excited to get his response his reaction to we're gonna do a reaction video on today's simply Bitcoin Anyway, you go let's get into the show. Are we gonna get a Nico Jones take today? Are we gonna get a wild Nico John? I think so. We got something spicy for the numbers, bro. Let's jump in today. 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I literally made it super frickin easy Don't put yourself in a situation while you lost Why you have to explain to your grandchildren while you lost your generational wealth because you stored your seed on paper store it on Titanium scan the QR code on your screen use promo code simply get 15 % off anything on the stamp seed website anyways at the time of recording The Bitcoin price is twenty six thousand three hundred and forty sats per dollar three thousand seven hundred ninety seven block height eight hundred nine thousand three hundred and three blocks to having Thirty thousand six hundred ninety seven having estimate April 21st 2024 total lightning network capacity four thousand six hundred seventy three Bitcoin Capacity value one hundred twenty three million u .s. Dollars realized monetary inflation one point seven five percent the market capitalization of Bitcoin 513 billion dollars with the B Bitcoin verse gold market cap three point nine nine percent All right, everybody so Opti said Nico Jones ran potential Nico Jones rant What what is this potential Nico Jones rant gonna be about? Well, we've talked about the you know It comes from like the political front this this this saying but I'm gonna apply it to Central bankers, I'm gonna apply to politicians Right, and there is something in the in the political Rhetoric recently and it's called the iron law of something projection, right? So we're gonna take away the political rhetoric because we believe on simply bitcoins not left versus right, right? It's a party of orange versus party of green party of central bank digital currencies nihilism poverty slavery versus a party of freedom Bitcoin Prosperity opportunity optimism, right? So that's really what it's about But I'm gonna take that rhetoric because it is very very powerful rhetoric and I'm gonna say the iron law of central bank Politicians projection never fails it never frickin fails let me introduce you to senator Mendez of New Jersey and let's take a look at what he has to say about Naeem Bukele of El Salvador We have an increasing challenging situation in El Salvador one that threatens both the future democracy in the country and bilateral relations of the United States Over the last two years president Bukele has presided over a number a number of alarming setbacks for democratic governance undermining judicial independence intimidating opposition lawmakers by using security forces to occupy the legislature negotiating political pacts with gangs regularly attacking journalists and media outlets and In addition to these actions Bukele has also repeatedly used his network of Twitter trolls to attract and to attack And threaten not only government critics within El Salvador, but also United States officials We have an increasing challenging situation in El Salvador one So this is just internalize everything everything that this guy said right, you know senator meant You know, he sounded so legitimate.

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A highlight from Operation Atlantic Resolve

Dennis Prager Podcasts

08:20 min | 7 hrs ago

A highlight from Operation Atlantic Resolve

"Well then, welcome to the Dennis Prager Show. Bob France sitting in and yeah, you hear the music, you know where I'm coming to you from. Cleveland, Ohio, the home base, therelieffactor .com studios if you will. Our WHK radio, AM1420, the answer here in Cleveland, Ohio. An honor to be sitting in for Dennis once again. And of course today being Yom Kippur, which is why Dennis is off today. As he has of course been celebrating the holy days and starting back with Rosh Hashanah. The Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. And it's a wonderful thing. It really is. I kind of have to familiarize myself not being Jewish myself. I have to familiarize myself with some of the days and some of the reasons and the explanations for the calendar. And Yom Kippur is one of the ones that to me is the most solemn. A Day of Atonement, a day of reflection and looking inside and asking for forgiveness for the shortcomings that perhaps we have and so forth. And so to Dennis and to everyone who is commemorating and or celebrating and or taking part in participating in the Yom Kippur day today. This very important Day of Atonement. God's blessings to you all. Seriously, really appreciate that. In the meantime, we've got work to do. We have a lot of very important things to talk about and I want you to be a part of the show. 8 Prager776, that's 877 -243 -7776. I want to know, is it acceptable for me to be concerned with the plight of others but being unwilling to do any more than I have already done? And yes, if you're wondering, I'm talking about Ukraine. Yes, if you're wondering, I'm talking about the 113 billion dollars we have already sent to Ukraine to help them ward off the invasion of the Soviet, well, the Russians. Who are trying to rebuild the Soviet empire, I suppose, if you think that they are going to not stop in Ukraine and then advance to other European nations and so forth. I don't think so. I don't think they have the ability to do that any longer. I don't think they are the fearsome foe they were when the Soviet bloc was, of course, raining havoc on Eastern Europe and raining havoc on the world. But I want to talk about the Ukrainian situation. Here's two reasons. Two reasons why. The first of which is the fact that in Canada, over the weekend in front of the Canadian Parliament, the Lord Mayor Zelensky, the President of Ukraine, who came to the United States for the second time, hat in hand, saying please drop all you can into the hat here so that we can go back and continue our war with Russia. They came looking for more money, asking for another 25 billion dollars. And again, I'll get to the point about how I feel about spending that money and how I feel about it going forward in a moment, but he came to the United States and then he went up to Canada. And he went up to Canada before the Canadian Parliament and he sat there and he asked for support and financial remunerations from the Canadians as well. And the Canadians, of course, listened happily. And, you know, we're all all for supporting this. But what they did after that is something that is quite simply incomprehensible to me. Canadian organizations Jewish are among those now slamming the Canadian Parliament for giving voice to and a standing ovation to a man who fought for the Nazis during World War II. All because he is Ukrainian. All because he's Ukrainian. Video and photos show the Canadian Parliament erupting into cheers on Friday after President Zelensky's visit to the capital of Ottawa, when Canadian lawmakers also honored Yaroslav Hunka, a 98 -year -old Ukrainian immigrant who fought for the 1st Ukrainian Division, according to the Toronto Star, the division also known as the Waffen -SS Galicia Division, which fought for the Nazis and its paramilitary arm. The Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center said in a statement, the fact that a veteran who served in a Nazi military unit was invited to... And by the way, this story that I'm starting with, this day, this first hour, this story is not because of today being the Jewish Day of Atonement. This is outrageous. This is when it happened is when it happened. Understand that. The fact that it is occurring, though that we're talking about this and it just happened during these holy days, is another point entirely. The fact that a veteran who served in a Nazi military unit was invited to and given a standing ovation in Parliament is shocking. At a time of rising anti -Semitism and Holocaust distortion, it's incredibly disturbing to see Canada's Parliament rise to applaud an individual who was a member of a unit in the Waffen -SS, a Nazi military branch responsible for the murder of Jews and others, and that was declared a criminal organization during the Nuremberg Trials. Some are calling for full -throated apologies from Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau and from Ukrainian President Zelensky. This honor was given to a Ukrainian because everything now has to go Ukraine's way, because Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine. We have to come up with untold, unlimited amounts of treasure and time for anything having to do with Ukraine. So they brought a Nazi military fighter, 98 -year -old Nazi fighter in World War II before the Canadian Parliament, and because he's Ukrainian, he got a standing ovation. That's how, beside ourselves, I think we've become with this, we have to do anything and everything we can to help Ukraine. So that's number one. The second reason, by the way, is we continue to try to make some sense out of the, you know, now that we have the actual official figures confirmed by the White House of $113 billion already spent in support of Ukraine. In addition to that, they say that our commitment to helping Ukraine has no end and there is no cost limit. They will do this no matter what the cost for however long it takes. The problem is, of course, there is no end game in sight. There's no end to the commitment that has been identified. When does it end? What standard would it be to say no matter how long it takes to finish the thought? Chuck Schumer? Joe Biden? Mitch McConnell? I don't care if you're Democrat or Republican. If you are giving an unended blank check, an unending blank check to Ukraine, what does that mean? What does that look like? You say for as long as it takes to... fill in the blank. What? Does every Russian in Ukraine have to retreat back across the border or is that not enough? Does every Russian have to leave Crimea, the peninsula that Russia took in 2014 when Obama was president? Or do they just have to stop bombing and stop the fighting? What exactly does it mean to say we're going to give this money until... or I'm sorry, no matter how long it takes to do what? Define the end game. There isn't one.

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A highlight from 1266. Microstrategy Buys More Bitcoin | Bullish Crypto Market Update

Tech Path Crypto

02:05 min | 8 hrs ago

A highlight from 1266. Microstrategy Buys More Bitcoin | Bullish Crypto Market Update

"All right, so let's jump into the week ahead. We'll be looking at what micro -strategies is up to. Take a look at some of the scenarios that might be playing out here in the market. And also at the end of the show, we'll break into some Bitcoin action along with some other altcoins. You guys don't want to miss this one. My name is Paul Baron. We'll come back into Tech Path. All right, before we get started, I want to thank our sponsor today, and that is iTrustCapital. If you're looking at long -term holding and you want to get into a crypto IRA, this is one solution you can go with. Of course, all you have to do is visit their website. They've got a ton of offerings both in the altcoin side. You can also do gold and silver over there as well. So just check out iTrustCapital .com. And if you want, use our link down below. It's going to give you $100 funding reward if you decide to do something over there on that. All right, let's get into a couple of topics today. I want to jump over to just this tweet, kind of outlining the week, key events this week. Consumer Confidence data comes in on Tuesday. We'll get building permits and new home sales data also on Tuesday. That'll be an interesting data point to look at. GDP data also coming in from Q2 on Thursday, pinning home sales data on Thursday. Fed Chair Powell speaks also on Thursday. And then the August PC Inflation data comes in on Friday. And then wrapping up the week, we'll get a couple of Fed speakers this week. So it's going to be a big week. The question will be whether or not we see continued downturn in the S &P. Of course, we'll take a look at a handful of crypto markets that seem to be holding up fairly nicely in terms of resiliency. That's the one thing I think right now that we've continued to see with a lot of these projects is just their consistency in this bear market. Others to watch for this week is Meta. Meta, of course, will be releasing their new event called Meta Connect. It's almost here, so you'll be able to get that. They're doing this via virtual event, so check it out. I was noticing right here on, I won't play the audio there, but first look at what's next for Metaverse. So they're still using that term.

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A highlight from LST2  A Glimpse of Zlie  The Letters of St. Therese of Lisieux with Fr. Timothy Gallagher Podcast

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

13:31 min | 11 hrs ago

A highlight from LST2 A Glimpse of Zlie The Letters of St. Therese of Lisieux with Fr. Timothy Gallagher Podcast

"Of the Mary, a religious community dedicated to retreats and spiritual direction, according to the spiritual exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola. He is featured on several series found on the Eternal Word Television Network. He is also author of numerous books on the spiritual teachings of St. Ignatius of Loyola and the venerable Bruno Lanteri, founder of the Oblates of the Virgin Mary, as well as other works focused on aspects of the spiritual life. The Letters of St. Therese of Lisieux with Father Timothy Gallagher. I'm your host, Chris McGregor. Father Gallagher, it seems to me that the way you've described the wonderful home of St. Therese that she was born into, that this really exemplifies what St. John Paul II called the domestic church, that this is an area where in the heart of the family, faith is nurtured, love is nurtured, hope is nurtured, all these virtues are nurtured in this interaction, and yet they're still very much in the world. I mean, they had to be, did they not, to be able to even sustain their businesses, but also to engage with their family and friends, and yet they made a point of creating this space so that their children could be raised in such a beautiful environment. And I'd say there are two components of that. The most important is what they created within the home, and that was that faith, God, Jesus were very much at the center. The five children saw this evidenced in their parents. For example, they would rise to go to 530 Mass every morning at the beginning of these very busy days, and the way they prayed taught their children the faith, their prayers, their esteem for the church, their fidelity to the various devotions, you know, when Lent would come in the various times of the year. God, Jesus, faith was very much at the center of this home, and without strain because it was so authentic in both parents, and the daughters were very much drawn into that and imbibed it as children growing up with the results that are evident. So the main thing was what they created positively within the home, but as we already saw in one of these quotes from the daughters, they were also very careful to exclude any contrary influence from the home. So they were very, very careful about that, so that the daughters grew up with a kind of appropriate and healthy innocence that was not taken away from them by harmful contacts. So much so that when Therese finally, when they were now in Lisieux, she did begin her formal schooling at the Benedictine Abbey run by the sisters at the school there. For the first time, she encountered things like meanness and selfishness and these sorts of things which were unknown to her because the family was this loving family that it was. So you see, the parents concerned to do both things, put God at the center and with care remove the influences that could undermine that. Probably harder today because those influences are so much more invasive, but a parenting that would attempt to create the space in which the faith can be lived deeply rooted. I think for the example of these two parents would want to be attentive to both of those elements. I can't help but recall in the life of Saint Teresa of Jesus, Teresa of Avila, where she says, watch out just from her own experience to be able to guard your children and watch out who their friends are, see the influences because she saw the ill effect in her own life not being protected from that. It seems to be a general consensus, no matter what era we find ourselves in, that this is a basic staple for raising an environment, ideally a healthy family, one that allows God's grace in the fullest form to be able to anoint the family. Would that be a way of saying that? Yes, and this is just a traditional thing in our whole spirituality. If we move it to another notch, not just harmful influences, but bad influences, then we are always invited to avoid the near occasions of sin in our own lives and so on. And I'd say if we're responsible for others, then we need to have an eye out for that to remove those today. So that would mean decisions that the wise parents would make about the internet and phones and tablets and television and social media, all of these kinds of things, which are pretty important today. What we're doing right now with podcasts indicates the richness of what can be done through these means, but they can also be used in a harmful way. And so, especially children growing up obviously would need to be protected from that. When they are not, children are exposed too soon to too much. God's grace can do anything, so anything can be overcome. Nothing is impossible for God. I can do all things and God who strengthens me, as Paul says, but it's harder. So to, well, let's just take an illustration from Therese again, when she is speaking about the image of the flower, which was so, which she used so widely. Of course, she loved flowers very, very much. And the different flowers in the Garden of Sanctity, you have a Saint Mary Magdalene, who is a beautiful flower because of her repentance and holy life after a life of sinfulness. And she says that's a great love of God that he would bring someone out of that and lead a person to such a life of love of God and holiness. But she said it's an even greater love when the parent, the father, seeing the stumbling block and the path of the person removes it before the person gets there. And that's what she is so grateful to for God in her own life. And that's an image, I think, of what a loving father and mother do. And certainly, Therese's parents did that with great care. They were close to their children, they knew their lives, they were available to them, of course, they had very busy lives themselves with their own businesses and everything else, but the children were always loved, the parents were always available when they needed them. And so, because they were that close to them, they were able to help them in that way. Well, let's pick up again with Celine, Therese's sister, Celine, four years older than Therese, speaking about their parents. Eternal life was the dominant concern of my parents. My mother once wrote to Pauline, the second of the daughters, I wanted to have many children so as to rear them for heaven. That sentence itself already says an awful lot about their mother. Whenever one of my little brothers or sisters died, her spirit of faith gave her such energy and she was so consoled by the thought that these little angels were in heaven, that people around her said, quote, it is not worth commiserating with Madame Martin, she does not grieve over the death of her children, which was certainly not the case. If you read her letters, you see the deep, deep pain and sorrow that she had as she watched child after child die so early in life. But her faith sustained her, these have entered eternal life. Both my parents went to early mass every day and received communion as often as they could, both fasted and abstained throughout the whole of Lent, which was the practice until some years ago, the full 40 days. My father was wonderfully kind to his neighbors and never spoke the least evil of them. He made excuses for all their faults and allowed no criticism of them. Above all, he had a great esteem for priests. Our father loved his children very much. He had an almost maternal love for us. In fact, after the death of their mother, his daughters became almost simultaneously paternal and maternal. We, for our part, had an affectionate reverence for him that almost amounted to worship. He was especially fond of Therese, whom he called his little queen, but we found that quite natural and we're not at all jealous. Besides, we were conscious of the fact that at heart he loved us all equally, nor did Therese take advantage of this affection for her own ends and so forth." So that's just a little word about both parents. Nice start. Well, let's move now to her mother's letters. This particular letter is from two years before Zélie's death, and it's a letter to her sister, who there was a great closeness and love between Zélie and her sister. Her sister entered religious life and was a nun at the visitation convent at Le Mans, which was, oh, maybe 50 miles or so away from Alençon. As I say, there was a deep bond between them. Unfortunately, this is the one letter of Zélie to her sister that has been preserved. It would have been a treasure to have the rest of these. Now, this is two years before her death. Her cancer is not really in the picture at this. She's aware that something's not right, but it's not impeding anything. It's not serious at this point. And she has just been to Lisieux to visit with her daughters, to visit her brother Isidore and her sister -in -law Céline. And she's describing this visit, Sister Marie d 'Ocité, which was the name in religion of Azélie's sister. I was delighted by our trip to Lisieux. Now, see what I mean about ordinary? This is a mother and her daughters who have been taking her daughters to visit their uncle and aunt. I have a sister -in -law who has a kindness and sweetness that are incomparable. And you know, as you read these letters and get to know Thérèse's aunt Céline Guerin, her uncle Isidore's wife, you really, you can't help but really come to appreciate her. She really does seem to have been a very, very warm and loving and good person. And a deep friendship developed between Céline and her sister -in -law Céline. Marie, that's the oldest of the daughters, says that she doesn't know her to have any faults. And neither do I. I find that Isidore, in spite of all his problems and business struggles and so forth, is very happy to have such a wife. It would take a long time to tell you her virtues, but that will be for later. I assure you that I love her as much as a sister. She seems to feel the same way and shows my children an almost maternal affection. As I mentioned, in fact, Céline would ask Céline, her sister -in -law, to take over the maternal role after her own untimely death. She showed them every possible attention and did everything to make our lives pleasant. If I seemed worried, she looked at me with sympathy to seem to hurt her. Marie quickly came over to say to me, Mama, please look more cheerful. My aunt thinks you're sad, and she's hurt over it. I answered her, leave me alone. I can't do better. And I reproached myself for it. One day we were in the countryside, so they take them out into the country outside of Lisieux. I went there reluctantly to accompany the others. Then we settled in a meadow to rest, and during this time my sister -in -law secretly went to prepare a snack for us, secretly because Céline just doesn't want her putting herself out. When she brought it to us, I was so upset at the trouble she went to. You know, every year you see this, her sister -in -law sends these wonderful gifts around Christmas time for the children, and every year Céline responds the same way. She thanks her. She's so grateful, but you shouldn't have done it. It bothers her when people put themselves out for her in any way like this. I was so upset at the trouble she went to that I was far from showing appropriate gratitude. She contented herself with laughing at my apparent coldness because she knows Céline, oh well, I'm truly not very pleasant. So she's very matter -of -fact about herself this way. She never puts herself on a pedestal. Fortunately, I'm still willing to admit it, exclamation point, but if I don't know how to show signs of affection, this is why I chose this letter. I feel the sentiments inside. I believe I wish for my brother's prosperity more than mine. Her brother was a pharmacist, and he had a pharmacy, he had started a drug business, and they were struggling at times. In fact, Céline and Louis would help him even financially. Later things went very well for Isidore.

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A highlight from How To Earn Free Cardano!

The Bitboy Crypto Podcast

09:03 min | 13 hrs ago

A highlight from How To Earn Free Cardano!

"If you want to stake your crypto without having to risk leaving your coins on an exchange, without having to lose custody of your coins, well, staking on Cardano has never been easier, and we're going to go through some options. Let's go ahead and discover crypto. Alright, well, first, why would you not want to keep your crypto on an exchange? Okay, within the fine print of these exchanges, if something were to go insolvent, if something were to happen, if there's sort of a bankruptcy issue, those coins are probably going to be lost forever, or at least you're going to lose a portion of them forever. And if you do get anything back, it's going to be legal proceedings, and it's going to take you years. So the phrase, not your keys, not your cheese, or not your keys, not your crypto, has never been more important. And Cardano has some novel solutions that kind of can get around this. Personally, I'm actually no stranger to this. I've lost, essentially, 2 ETH to Celsius. I don't know when I'll get it back. I don't know what I'll get back. And I guarantee, it'll probably be a fraction of what I originally lent. And you know what? At this point, just give me 50%, just give me 75 % of my ETH back, and I would be happy. And this kind of leads you to the question, what is the point of staking rewards if you're just going to end up losing your crypto? I was trying to get I think around 10 % for my ETH, maybe lost forever. What can Cardano do? Cardano actually has tons of options. You could stake on hardware wallets like a Treasure or a Ledger. You can also self -custody on web wallets like Exodus, or you could use a Cardano -based wallet like Yori, or I'm going to go over NAMI today. NAMI was founded by the same person that founded Facebuds. Facebuds was the first 10K PFP on Cardano. This guy has been building for years and years and years. I've been a big fan of his wallet. Today, we're going to be using Chrome. And, folks, you got to be very careful with Chrome extensions. So we're going to use the link from NAMI's actual wallet. I got the NAMI link from Barry's link. Barry apparently named NAMI after NAMI from One Piece. I don't know. That's for the anime fans out there. I'm not so much a fan of that, but I know this is Barry. I've been following this for years and years and years. So I'm going to use the link for the NAMI wallet here. And I'm going to use the link in the NAMI Wallet X account. That takes me to namiwallet .io. And then I feel comfortable going to the Chrome store. I typed it in into the Chrome store. There is only one. There doesn't seem to be any counterfeit apps. Guys, you always got to be careful. There could always be a fake, a phishing site. You just got to be very, very careful. Double -check your URLs. I'll lead you to the NAMI Web Store extension here. I've already have it downloaded. It looks over 200 ,000 users, about 169 rankings. So if you were to Google it and you pull it up, it only has 1 ,000 users. You know it's not the real one. So let's go ahead and go over NAMI now. After you download it, you can either create a new wallet, in which it'll give you your seed phrase, be very careful when you write it down, and then be very careful when you're storing this. Or you can go ahead and upload one of your own wallets. I already have a wallet on here. And we are already staking the Berry pool right here. You can also use this Cardano wallet to hook up to a DeFi application like a menswap. And if we go ahead and click here where it says Berry, now Berry is the staking pool. This is what I have an available reward. So I am staking my Cardano. I haven't claimed it for months. So my 562 has earned me 10 .7 Cardano. But say I want to restake the 10, I would go ahead and withdraw. So we're going to do that now. Okay, you can see the 10 .7 has hit. I now have 573 from 562. And now that is automatically going to be restaked. And then now my next reward should be slightly higher from 560 to 570. You know, maybe I get an extra, you know, 120th of a Cardano now. And the way staking rewards works, it's a little bit like a lottery system. There's a lot of different Cardano staking pool operators, all those SPOs. These SPOs all have a, you know, a random chance to be assigned some staking rewards. You might get lucky and get your staking rewards up to 6 % for an epoch. An epoch is what the Cardano uses for its basis of time for the issuing rewards. So you might get lucky, get 56 % for that epoch, or you might get unlucky, only get 1%. If you have 100 Cardano at the end of the year, expect about 3 .3 extra Cardano after 12 months. If you ever want to change who you're staking to, you can see right here, it says Barry, we're going to switch it to someone in -house. That's right. We have BJ. BJ stakes as well. He has the NES pool. We're going to go ahead and unstake here. And you'll see that I'll give you plenty of warnings here. You'll no longer receive rewards. Rewards from the two previous epoch will be lost. Full balance will be withdrawn. And then the two ADA deposit will be refunded. You have to re -register and wait 20 days to receive rewards again, okay? So I'm going to go ahead. I'm going to lose out on a month's worth of rewards basically for you so we can walk through this process. Alright, let's go ahead and confirm here. So about 30 seconds later, the delegate button is now blank, and we're going to re -delegate to a new staking pool operator. So the NAMI wallet is automatically just going to put you to the Barry pool. So we need to go to pool .pm here. So when you go to pool .pm, you'll see the little NAMI button on the top right. We're going to go ahead and click that and just go ahead and leave us. We're going to give access to pool .pm. Pool .pm is give it as the Etherscan equivalent kind of of Cardano. And now you can see it is unstaked. And so let's find ourselves a new pool operator. Back to the main page by clicking the pool .pm tab here. And then you'll see on the right, it says staking. Go ahead and click on staking. And then you're going to hit search after hitting the staking tab here. And then after that, you will see the pools right there, folks. Me, I'm looking for BJ's NES pool. Type in NES. It looks like he has the only one. Now, if there were two, I'd have to talk to him and, you know, then, hey, make sure we have the right one. See how much aid is delegated. Then we would compare the numbers. He would say, oh yeah, I have 7 .9 million ADA delegated. And then one of them would have 7 .9 million. And the other one would have like 47 ADA. So after you type in NES, go ahead and click join right here. Sign your wallet transaction. And then you just got to wait for confirmation. Now we're going to have to wait a couple epochs before we start getting rewards. BJ doesn't even know I'm doing this, so I'll surprise him in person. I'm sure he'll have a good kick out of this. He's currently in Magic Las Vegas. So you'll just wait for confirmation. It might take a while. And after that, you'll start earning rewards. It is that simple. I'm not losing custody of my Cardano. My other Cardano is still in the other stake pool. So I don't have to worry about, you know, any kind of centralization or, you know, if one entity goes down, I'm not feeling bad about it. If they don't do the right thing with their software and all of a sudden, hey, I'm not getting any rewards. No one's getting any rewards. They're like, oh, I didn't do the update. You don't have to worry about that. I feel very, very comfortable in the Berry pool. If anyone is doing the updates, it is Berry Alessandro. That's all you got to do to stake your Cardano. 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Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

25:52 min | 13 hrs ago

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"Hello and welcome to Ledgercast. My name is Brian Crossguard here, as always, with one and only Josh Olsowich. Hey Josh. Mr. Brian. How you doing? How are you? I'm good. I'm happy to be with you today. You're already cards pulled up, ready to go. I got my best podcast hoodie on, you know. Only the best Ledgercast family. Getting the hoodie season, depending on what part of the country you're in. For sure. My dear Alabama, I mean, this is the weather that you live here for. Like, most of the year is incredibly humid, but September, October, November, that's when it's the good stuff. Well, people didn't come on this podcast to hear about the weather. They came to hear about head and shoulders. We always start with the weather. I know. It's like a podcast faux pas, but we do it anyway. It's the human experience. There's a head and shoulders on like every market on all timeframes. Like, you can't not see it. ETH, Bitcoin, S &P, Qs, any risk market, we'll put it like that, any risk market looks very, very toppy still to me. What are your thoughts on, you know, as we enter our 37th week as macro LARPing traders? Yeah, well, this continues to tell a story, right? Dollar legitimately been up only on a weekly basis for more than two months. Hold on, hold on. Jeff in the chat said. Jeff, were you listening for your show? We were just discussing the accelerated aging of Ryan in the show. I feel like I feel like the bear market is hitting me in every possible way right now. Sorry, continue. Yeah, I'm I'm going to be very gray and old and wrinkly if I make it through another cycle. Anyway, the Dixie is up. Yield. You know what I realized this week? Back to the Dixie for a sec. I realized that the Euro chart, Euro USD is basically the Bitcoin chart. So if you're rooting for Bitcoin, you're basically rooting for the Euro chart. I don't know how that's going to work out. It's not the team I want to be on right now. No, I agree. I don't know how that's going to work out for us because that Euro chart looks bad, quite awful. Yeah, that's bad. So I keep that in mind generally for people, you know, if you see some good news or positive news in Euro land, which I think is rare these days, it should generally signal wellness for Bitcoin. Yeah. Well, it's mostly that dollar strength. It's just not. Yeah, it's all it's all just the same thing. Right. Yeah, exactly. We titled the show Rate Pause because rate hikes were paused. So this is the first time in quite some time that we've gone into FOMC with no change. The result of that was you start to see the 30 year kind of catching up to the two year because they also said that they are planning on staying high for longer. So we're not going to do the thing where we just immediately start going into cuts. And so, yeah, it may not have the desired effect that people might expect by a rate pause. At this point, holding rates at this level is restrictive eventually, right? It gets more and more restrictive as the lower interest rate that like rolls into this new environment, you know? Right. But I think it's honestly, I agree with the Fed. I think keeping it here and doing a wait and see type attitude makes more sense than keep raising and then panic cutting when the time comes. I think you have a potential to break a little less in this regard. I think they should have paused a while back and should have started way before they did. But nevertheless, the idea of pausing but not committing to a cut, I think is reasonable. Well, the markets didn't get angry at pausing. The markets got angry because they hinted at two more hikes still. So if that actually happens, I don't think it will. Look, I'm a chaos agent. I say go all the way, right? Pedal to the metal, no half measures. If you want to kill the economy, go for it. So yeah, let's do two more. Let's do one in November, one in February, whatever. I don't know. I think the consensus, though, is that markets aren't going to last that long. Markets being the economy, I guess. But the economy just isn't going to last and hold up through that. So unemployment is going to tick up considerably. That's the expectation. You're not going to get your soft landing. And Paul basically said as much that that wasn't his base case during the meeting. So you got to keep that in mind when you're looking at risk markets like crypto and alts especially are just still obliterated and continue to look terrible. Two -year looks like it wants more. The three -month yields look like, all the yields look like they want more. Yeah, they're all acting like it. Especially if you take today out of the picture, which I'm not sure I'm going to read too much into what's happening on a Friday. Well, we had, so yesterday we had a negative 1 .6 % day on S &P. And there were already legacy analysts coming out saying, oh man, Paul's going to have to cut this year. It's been one day. You people are so soft, so pathetic. Pillsbury Doughboy over here asking for cuts after a down day. Give me a break. Just absurd. The chart on the S &P does look like it has room for more downside like that. Oh, for sure. Pretty clean breakdown, but it's not in panic mode. It's in the middle. It's in the chop zone. 4200 makes all the sense in the world based on some basic technical analysis. Look at the 200 -day moving average. All this is just meaner version. You have people panicking that the number is going down instead of up and they're pathetic. I mean, that's legacy for you. Even when you look at non -technical analysis, if we were in price discovery for the stock market right now, it would not make sense. It just does not make sense relative to the economy. But ledger, price is in the forward future. It doesn't look at what's happening now. We're not going to get a recession. We're going to get a huge GDP print, man. Forward future looks like we got another year or two of grinding. Like grinding economically, trying to figure out this balance of wage inflation, commodities inflation, cost of goods. There's a balance that has to exist there. Life is more expensive for people. Their homes are more expensive and their business loans are more expensive. are Their wages up, but they're not caught up to that. And so the economy needs to figure itself out. It needs to find its Zen zone. I agree. That could take time. But that's not the S &P. The S &P is eight companies who have billions of dollars, don't need to borrow, don't need debt at this interest level. But now the problem, I think Apple especially, I don't expect their new phone to sell gangbusters because the economy is... It's one of the easiest things to not upgrade. Right. Well, that as well. But USB -C, right? Welcome to the 21st century, everybody. So I'm expecting those numbers to be soft. The Nvidia story seems to be softening, even though it's hard to really know what's going on there. There's still lots of lots of demand for those checking news. Yeah. But I guess the point is, who cares about the rest of the S &P, the 493, right? It's all about the top seven right now. And if those are weak, which they are, just in the charts, the markets are going to turn lower because you're not getting any help from the other 493. All right. I want some of what Andre is drinking in the chat. I'm just going to plop this onto the show. Here we go, Andre. This is your moment. Fed waits another year to lower rates than the BTC happening. The presidential election and lower interest rates are all going to be happening at the same time as we go into the next bull run. Space exclamation point, which is another way of saying triple exclamation point. Where do you put that space in front? Andre, I'm with you. I hope you're right. I think people believe that if they cut, then that will be bullish, but they won't cut until things look terrible. So if they're cutting, then we have a different problem, right? We have a recession if they're cutting, right? It's over if they're cutting. We just have to dodge a recession. You just have to dodge a recession. Around halving, whatever. And then there's this other school of thought, which is kind of what Andre is hinting at. Maybe the halving doesn't matter. Maybe it's just a coincidence that we've been in these four -year business cycles, and it's just lined up perfectly. I've seen that narrative growing recently, which is surprising to me, but it makes sense. Look, if you look at the data and you just don't pay attention to halving, I agree. But I think the halving brings eyeballs. It brings people understanding the asset a little differently because they're like, oh, wait, what do you mean? The supply is going to be cut in half or whatever, the daily emissions. Anyway. And meanwhile, Bitcoin and ETH both basically at their 200 -week moving average. This was okay. So that's the tweet you have up. This was my engagement bait last night. This is if anybody was paying attention. It's comparing the 200 -week and the 200 -day moving averages on Bitcoin. The last time... They're converging. Yeah. So they're converging. And the last time it looked like this was 2015 for a bull cross. It technically didn't cross bearish in 2015. I just want to highlight, though, Josh. We are both getting rejected by that right now, if you look at this weekly. Yeah, but that's okay. It's September. It's key three. I don't care. But yes. They're just winding around in there. They're meandering. It's not good. Also, one other comment. Yeah. Gotta work on this hashtag. 250k or bust. Gotta work on that. Well, that's the target. We need some ideas. That's the 8000 % target from here is 250k. That's where that came from. Yeah, we gotta do better. 250 by 25 is too much of a mouthful. I feel like the phrase millie needs to be in there. Millie? Quarter millie? Quarter millie. Maybe just full millie. Look, I've been on the record. 250k is the target for the next run. Okay. Even before this tweet, the stars are aligning. Yeah. People are saying what's happened to me. I'm using a different camera. I'm in a different place. And I got a haircut today. And everyone says you look old. I look weird and old. I am old. Here, I was I was puffing you up early. You're telling me I look good. And I was telling you how old I felt. And now the whole chat's like, hey, you look old. You look terrible. I think you look fine. But you know, maybe it's the rates, you know, the rates are just killing everybody. It is the rates. I'm gonna go ahead and go out on a limb and say that I'm affected by that. Sure. So yeah, if we look at if we look at Bitcoin, also, We've also got if you don't like the head and shoulders, at the very least, you have to admit there's some sort of double top there. Yeah, double top, lower, lower low by a smidge. Rejected by the fast and long moving averages potentially. There's a there's reason to be concerned here. If we're above 28, at any point Q4, I think we're good for move higher, which doesn't like logically make sense based on what's going on in the world with rates and everything. So if this then that if we get above 28, we're good. Until then, I expect lower lows, ETH especially. What's going on with ETH, man? You're the ETH fanboy, the ETH cheerleader. What's happening? It's even better than BTC in terms of rejection off the 200. That's clean. It's nice and clean. That's a dump it. Let me translate that for everybody. That means it's even more bearish. I think this tells some of the story like there's not many people in the ecosystem that don't consider pair trades, you know, like opportunity cost or a risk profile of being in one thing versus the other. And a lot of people are dancing on like long tail of altcoins. Like they'll play on those playgrounds. But the people that are in big assets are looking at this where ETH BTC is breaking down further. It looks like it might be escalating. It looks like it might be going from breakdown to a steady progression to the downside. And I don't know, maybe that also looks double toppy to me. Yeah, but maybe another 10 -15 % on ETH is on that relative to BTC and people just don't see the upside as worthwhile. I get it. I understand. I like 05. And if 05 doesn't survive around the ETF stuff, assuming the ETF stuff is going to be bullish, I like 03. I think a 200 week tap at a minimum would make sense. So, you know, you're looking at another 10 % relative in that scenario. And that would probably be a bullish bottom. Bullish, she says. A bullish bottom if it maintains that. I'm sure, I don't know harmonics well enough to just like eyeball it, but I'm sure there's some sort of harmonic. Batwing harmonic, yeah. Yeah, there's something there where you could draw like a crab or something. If this one's a 0 .03, that would be concerning. Well, what's the breakout level of the head and shoulders? Like 0 .035, 0 .036? Yeah, I think that's reasonable. I think that would put ETH people, myself included, just in Jordan tier mode. Look, if ETH doesn't get an ETF and Bitcoin does and it actually sees flows. It could happen. It could happen. That's all I'm saying. That's all I'm saying. Hit your targets, Josh. 0 .053 before 0 .035. That's true. I mean, we need to spot ETF first, which... That's just math, just so you know. And dyslexia. It's just kind of interesting that it has not made a higher high since going proof of stake. Kind of weird, right? The Real Dangles asks, can we do a mini series on learning macro fundamentals? I've only ever looked at crypto, so half of what you guys talk about is foreign to me. No, but there's some people that you can learn from. One of the best, in my opinion, and I was... Jeebus was giving me crap about this, but Ray Dalio is, I think, the greatest macro mind that actually takes their information and then shares it. Big Debt Crises is a book. It's a study of cycles, basically. It's a study of deflationary, inflationary cycles, and they're very good. I would read that. That's a great start. Like, that'll be good. That could teach you more than I ever could. There's many, many other things, in addition to what he talked about, that go into what he talks about. But at the end of the day, it's all about cycles. And that's a terrific book. I would listen to a bunch of podcasts on macro stuff. Blockworks does a billion of them. Yeah, but don't worry. If you listen to those, you'll end up a bear. So you gotta know that going in so that you don't end up a bear. I don't care if you're bullish or bearish, but being able to form your own opinion, that's the end goal. But people that do nothing but talk macro are all bears. They're all dirty bears, Josh. I agree with you. They're doomer macro people. But just knowing the language and knowing what people are looking at definitely helps you understand what the hell is going on. If you listen to them, just know that you need to protect your beautiful, bullish beauty. Don't take their advice, air quotes here. Don't take their advice. Your beautiful, bullish innocence needs to be protected when you listen to the doomer bears. You'll learn all about the SPR and why it's the end of the world. What is it about macro that makes people perma bears? I don't know. I think all this cyclical stuff, the raining down of potential for bad makes you think it's imminent. Yeah, they're very pro -commodity, pro -being anti -market. That's their whole personality and identity. Now I'm thinking of Sven specifically, for those of you who know who that is. But the macro people will be wrong for years and years and years. And then we'll finally get a down move. And they'll be like, yes, I told you so. Now I've lost all my money and the market 10xed at that time. But I told you so. We would get a correction. But I like that about them. The macro people also generally don't like Bitcoin. Some of them do, certainly. But most of them don't. So that tells me we still got time. It's still early. There are very few Lynn Alden's of the world where I simultaneously massively respect their macro analysis. And they don't discount crypto. She does discount everything but Bitcoin. But I'll forgive her for that. Because she's already really good at two things. That most people can't combine their goodness of that. Yeah, she's great. That's another easy listen as far as trying to pick up. She just wrote a book about money, too. I'm sure it's got some good macro stuff in there. There you go. So we'll stop that. Rate's up. Murray, I don't know what we're saying is like Michael Murray. But if he's a doomer bear, then yes. Yeah, this is a doomer bear that he was right at the right time on the right cycle as the media fell in love with such characters. So that carries a lot of weight. Like he can now be wrong for the rest of his life, but he was still right in 2008. But I respect people that have these opinions. I just think it's a lot easier to make money if you're a bull over the long period of time. I agree. Tripsy says he thinks the TA makes a better bear case than macro. I agree. I pay attention to the macro because it's kind of interesting. And having the ability to discuss it is powerful. But if all I do is pay attention to the TA, then I'd be fine. If you see the macro and you make this great bear case and then you see the chart and the chart looks like it wants to explode to the upside, don't make the trade. Not financial advice, but don't sell everything in that scenario. I wouldn't. But if the chart looks like doo -doo and the macro looks like doo -doo, then maybe it's just doo -doo. Well, knowing yields and rates helps you understand the DeFi angle a little bit. Knowing risk premium helps you understand like if I'm not getting paid an insane amount in DeFi right now, it's just not worth participating. You know? Yeah. Assuming a risk -free rate in U .S. government bonds, treasuries, whatever, you're not getting paid that differential in DeFi. Typically, you are seeking yield growth balance, right? There's some combination or you're looking for either or, but there's a balance of yield and growth. If your available yield today is high, so let's say you can earn 5 % in a money market or something like that, then two years ago, you could only earn 1%. Then your need for growth is even higher to make up for your annualized compounding year -on -year returns because when you're seeking growth, you're compounding that growth to make up for the lack of yield. So when the yield is higher, you need even more growth so people get less interested in the growth because the growth needs to be so severe to replace easy yield that's available today. So that's why risk assets that focus on growth look less attractive when yield is high. That's a general concept that can be useful. I always like to think about the extremes. So they used to say, Tina, there is nothing else when you're talking about allocating capital. So if there was no yield before, you get all this crazy VC shit and altcoins and NFTs. Because it's growth at all costs. Because that's it. That's the whole game, right? Now that there's a balance, it'd be much harder to create something like FTX in this environment where you can get a yield, you know? Yeah, there is demand for return on those dollars that's not just growth, that's not just bring it back to me more valuable. Did you hear that NFT story? The NFTs are 95 % worthless thing? Yeah. Yeah, there's some really good replies from NFT people that I thought were worthy. I've retweeted one of them. I don't remember who it was. I think it was the punk person that works, that does the streams all the time. Pink haired punk. You know, most of them always have been worthless is what they mentioned. And I think that they're doing a classic throw the baby out with the bathwater thing. Like the speculation on JPEGs was always going to pop. The underlying technology does have inherent value, it's just who's going to win from that. Like, will all the current market participants, collections, companies, whatever, will they all go away and then somebody will rise from the ashes and win the technology emergence where game the underlying technology can be taken advantage of to create real business value? I think that's what will happen, but which of us will be there to survive it? And then some stuff will get Lindy effects of art, digital art. There was product market fit, there is product market fit for that. But like, you can't just mint 10 ,000 pineapples and expect to make millions of dollars now when there's nothing else. If your denominator is infinity, then yeah, 95 % are useless.

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A highlight from Episode 67: Maternity Housing, the good, the bad, and the beautiful  An Interview with Faith Cintron

Let's Talk About It

04:13 min | 14 hrs ago

A highlight from Episode 67: Maternity Housing, the good, the bad, and the beautiful An Interview with Faith Cintron

"Hey welcome back to Let's Talk About It with Jackie and Megan. We like to talk about things that are messy, awkward, hard, or controversial and create a space for healing. Well hey everyone welcome back to Let's Talk About It. Today we are joined by Faith. We are so excited to have her on. She was one of our favorite co -workers back at our job where Jackie and I actually met. It's been a long time coming. But we are going to talk to Faith today about running a maternity home, sort of the good, the bad, and the beautiful. So before we start, Faith could you just tell our audience a little bit about who you are, what you do, fun fact about you. Yeah yeah and and I asked for apologies ahead of time. I'm working tonight and I just had a mommy baby pop in for a second so there might be crying babies. There might be some interruptions. So I am Faith Centron. I've been doing maternity housing ministry for 12 years now. Seven of those have been with the organization I'm currently with. I don't know if we're name dropping or not. And yeah I love it. Fun fact. I don't have any fun facts. Yeah yeah I kind of exist on a plane of insanity so like every day of my life is just hilariously funny. I mean you just taught someone how to make meatloaf. That's like pretty fun. I just taught. We have two residents from Colombia and they have only been in the country for a very short time and so when we were menu planning this week I said let's try American food and I taught her how to make meatloaf and they actually liked it. I think because ketchup. I have learned that Colombian ketchup on everything and that was what won them over. Nice. Can't blame them. A fun fact is that Faith and I both went to the same university. We did. Before I did. Yeah before you did. I don't know how much sooner before I did. I don't know how much older you are. I think a lot, Jackie. I think a lot. Fairly at all. Like a year. Yeah we just missed each other. We totally should have besties on campus. Totally. Well awesome. Wow. 12 years in maternity home work. That is pretty incredible. Did you do anything to celebrate like 12 years or 10 years or anything? I didn't and it like and the anniversary like just passed. No I didn't do anything. So it's still time to celebrate. Right well you know I am where I'm actually taking a week -long vacation starting next week. So I guess that will be my celebration. Yes well deserved. So you've been doing this line of work for a long time and what motivated you to become involved in maternity housing and did you ever think that this would be your career for 12 years? Yeah I you know it kind of happened by accident as all good things do. You know I grew up in a in a very large, very Catholic, very pro -life family and I was actually thinking about this the other evening. You know my my grandparents probably sometime like the early 90s they met this homeless pregnant woman outside of their church and they brought her home and they and she lived with them until their baby until her baby was probably a year old and it was just like I think my grandparents did it wasn't a big deal but like it came to mind I was unloading the dishwasher and I was like huh they kind of set this groundwork and they were very very active in their you know in their in their pro the pro -life organization at their church.

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"It dawned on me, after a while, all of these letters are other -centered. It's remarkable. This is not a woman who is writing because she needs to write for her own sake. But if you look at all of these letters, commemorations of family members' birthdays, encouragement to her father after she's left home, and she knows he's suffering her loss, her sister Selene, who is caring for her father and his illness, it's remarkable that we think of her as the one who practiced love, a very loving person, which she certainly is. Of course, after the story of the soul, you can just read these letters. In Therese, the one thing that you see is love. After a while, a vision arises of, if this woman who is writing this way so consistently in every relationship that you see community, her presence must have been a very beautiful thing.

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"It dawned on me, after a while, all of these letters are other -centered. It's remarkable. This is not a woman who is writing because she needs to write for her own sake. But if you look at all of these letters, commemorations of family members' birthdays, encouragement to her father after she's left home, and she knows he's suffering her loss, her sister Selene, who is caring for her father and his illness, it's remarkable that we think of her as the one who practiced love, a very loving person, which she certainly is. Of course, after the story of the soul, you can just read these letters. In Therese, the one thing that you see is love. After a while, a vision arises of, if this woman who is writing this way so consistently in every relationship that you see community, her presence must have been a very beautiful thing.

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A highlight from Pack Wisely, Hunt Confidently: A Two-Part Series with Mike Kentner and David Merrell

RADCast Outdoors

07:40 min | 18 hrs ago

A highlight from Pack Wisely, Hunt Confidently: A Two-Part Series with Mike Kentner and David Merrell

"This episode of RadCast Outdoors is brought to you by P .K. Lures, Bow Spider, and High Mountain Seasonings. Fish on! Hey, RadCast is on! Hunting, fishing, and everything in between. This is RadCast Outdoors. Here are David Merrill and Patrick Edwards. Well hello and welcome everybody. Back to the RadCast Outdoors podcast. I'm David Merrill. We'll have to excuse Patrick Edwards today. He is traveling on the road and I am home between hunts for a momentary break in time. I actually was out trying to fill an elk tag this morning and was rather unsuccessful at filling a tag but had a great morning anyways. Fall is in the air guys. It's definitely time to get your gear, get out of the woods, and go enjoy it whether you're fishing, hunting, hiking, or backpacking. I've asked a former guest and another guest to come join us today. I've got Mr. Mike Kentner with me. Hello Mike. Hello. Glad to be here. Yeah, we were out looking for a few elk this morning and hiking around and I twisted his arm and said let's talk about what's in Mike's backpack. As you guys know I like to go hunting and over the years gear has changed dramatically from when I first started in the mid 90s and certainly from when you first started, right? Absolutely. In the early days we carried a fanny pack, nobody carried a backpack. Nobody had the idea Everly stock came out with I think to coin the phrase go in light come out heavy to be able to pack out when you went in. The early days we never did that. It's all kind of a newer concept in my world anyway. And I started in the scouting industry doing 50 milers and that kind of stuff so I had a pretty good grasp on what you should and what weight should be on how to navigate through the mountains. I had some orienteering, some compass, some basic survival under my belt, some first aid and some safety. But you have to put all that together and then you've got to start putting your backpack together and there is so many options now compared to when I first bought a $10 book bag from Walmart and put a few things in it and went hiking around saying man this and when we harvested stuff for the most part I threw a quarter on my shoulder and went hiking down the trail or I went and got horses or a dirt bike or a quad or a four wheeler but for the most part western style stuff it was I remember getting one of the very first real hunting backpacks I got was a fanny pack style. Yeah that's what we all started with back then we carried just the basic essentials maybe something to light a fire with, stuff to take care of your game if you put something down and then if you shot anything you walked all the way back to camp empty changed out for a metal frame and went back in for your meat. Yes and those metal frames have pretty much gone the wayside. A few guys still have them there's some companies making some really cool ones now and what you mean by metal is an external just a frame pack no bag attached nothing. It had a load shelf on it you set the shelf on tight most time they didn't have straps you had to use paracord or some kind of cord to tie your meat onto the pack. Now backpacks have obviously evolved the idea of backpack hunting has evolved and we're discussing a little bit today you know when I'm going on an expedition style Everest climb style hunt I'm taking a completely different kit than I am day hunting elk from the truck. Right everything down to I may use the same frame the same base frame but my bag load will be different I use a very small bag for my day hunts like today I use a 2800 inch bag for my day hunts and you go over a 6000 for a long hunt if you're going in for five or six days or more. Now day hunting what is your backpack in a way versus when the difference between a four day hunt and a ten day hunt you only have food difference you've got the same spotting scope the same shelter the same clothes for this kind of discussion a little bit we're basically going to talk day hunt or multi day now if you're talking four day or ten day that the only difference there is you're adding six extra days of food realistically same if I'm only going two nights then I might do something different but if I'm going for four to five nights I'm doing the same thing I would be doing if I'm doing ten to twelve nights. Yeah as far as your overnight gear still is pretty much the same. So that leads me to this first question is and I used to the first year or two elk hunting here in Wyoming I took my 7000 cubic inch bag just compressed it all the way down ran it empty and hunted with that but it stuck up so much higher than my head every time I duck under something I'm getting hung up so I switched to a 1850 Icon Pro from QU years ago I'm now running the Stryker XL from Kefaru that's my day bag and it's inch and then I throw a Sherman pocket and a guide lid and a claymore so now I'm like 3000 cubic inch but I don't have that completely full and we discuss this how full do you run your 2800 in day hunt mode? My day in day hunt mode is less than half full of what I pack and then I have plenty of room for jackets clothing depending on the weather any of that kind of stuff I'm gonna have in it but my base bag with my everything to take care of game and everything is less than halfway full. So some of the things that are in mind that I can think of is I always have a small first aid kit right nicks cuts scrapes burns some aspirin and then I have a kill kit usually involves I actually really like to use rubber gloves I grew up not doing it but when you're doing multi day multi hunt multi tags it's really nice to have a pair of rubber gloves to keep a little bit cleaner while you're processing but you definitely need those game bags I run six game bags how many do you run? Usually five I keep five in there for elk and big stuff it's always five and the reason guys I'm why running more than four quarter bags is well you've got neck meat back straps tenderloins I like to keep those two separate and what I've found is when we're doing either llamas or horses it's really easy even if we're backpacking and we've got to hang the meat away from bears I like to have all four of those quarters in their own bag and then I need two more for the rest of the stuff and sometimes I even like to grab another bag to put capes in. Yeah it's nice to have one for your cape if you're in the backcountry and you think you're going to have an animal mounted it's nice to have a cape a bag for your cape go as well so I usually carry like when I shot my bull this year I had six bags in me with me at the time so I have my five I primarily put meat in and then I have one backup one for the cape to bag it in so you need a good quality bags and quite a few of them. I don't typically pack water filtration in day hunt mode sometimes I like to run an algae and a bladder bag and I just fill that up in the morning and typically that's four liters of water I can pretty much make it through a day on that much water yeah I'm starting out a little heavier but I don't have to stop and pump during the day so do you what do you do for water in typical day hunt mode? I run bladder bags two liter bladder bags and so I usually run either one and a half or one liter and a two liter or two two liter bags so I'm running three to four liters and but I do carry the small Sawyer water filtration pretty much everywhere weighs under four ounces does about a pint at a time you got to refill the bag but it is a good way to get some extra water if you need it.

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A highlight from 143: The Meuse-Argonne Offensive (pt.2)  Breaking the Kriemhilde Line

History That Doesn't Suck

09:19 min | 21 hrs ago

A highlight from 143: The Meuse-Argonne Offensive (pt.2) Breaking the Kriemhilde Line

"It's just past 6 a .m. on a cold, misty morning, October 8th, 1918. We're with the doughboys of the U .S. 82nd Division's 328th Infantry as they battle their way westward through the thick trees and rough terrain of the Argonne Forest. And I don't say battle lightly. The Germans are putting up a fierce fight. Right now, the 328th is on Hill 223, a position they managed to take last night. But before them, the triangular -shaped Eyre Valley is filled with death. German shells are dropping like yesterday's rain, while German machine guns seem to be mowing down every brown -clad Yankee in the first platoon. Good God. If these Americans are going to survive, let alone have any success, they're going to have to take out these machine gun nests. The task falls to G Company, and amid the battle's chaos, Sergeant Bernard Early is ordered to slip off on the left and flank these gunners. The sergeant gathers 16 men, 3 corporals and 13 privates, and together they stealthily move through the thick brush. The hope is that they can sneak around the German machine gun nests and capture them from behind. It seems to be working. They make it through the brush and ascend a tree -covered ridge without being noticed. Here, the 17 doughboys begin to debate their next move when they see two Germans passing through the woods. Noting their foes' Red Cross bands, the Yankees hold their fire, instead ordering them to stop. But both refuse. A doughboy then fires, after which the whole detachment pursues. The two terrified Germans get away, but as the Yanks continue down another ridge, they soon stumble upon a small cabin -like structure. It's a command post. Dozens of Germans are here. Stretcher bearers, officers, military men of all stripes. Not one of them is armed. Bernard and his men emerge from hiding, rifles drawn, ready to take the whole group captive. With little choice, the Germans yell out, Comrade! and quickly comply. But just as the Yanks have their prisoners lined up, an observant Bosch machine gun nest opens fire. Six bullets rip through Sergeant Bernard early. Two corporals and six privates go down too, as do several German POWs. The survivors, American and German alike, dash for cover. This includes the lone surviving American corporal. A fair -featured, freckled, lanky Tennessean, Corporal Alvin York. Nothing about Alvin's hiding place is intentional. He dived for safety like everyone else. But by coincidence of where he was standing when the gunners opened fire, the corporal finds himself somewhat removed from the rest of his detachment, on a hill not far from that sad looking command post. His position offers him protection, and better yet, none of those German gunners can fire on him without exposing themselves in the process. And this is when Alvin's childhood days of hunting wild turkeys in the woods of Tennessee pay off. With German machine guns still firing, Alvin lies down in the prone position, aims his rifle, and pulls the trigger. A German gunner drops dead. The Tennessean pulls back the bolt on his rifle, ejects the spent case, and again, takes aim and fires. He does this again, and again, and again, using up several clips and eventually rising to a kneeling position. He doesn't dare let up, knowing that the minute he does, a German bullet will end him. Suddenly, six bayonet -bearing Germans, perhaps 25 yards out, come running down the hill at Alvin. It's here that his hunter instincts truly kick in, leading him to fire at the most distant of his assailants first, as the Tennessean will later write in his diary, and in his own local dialect, no less. I ticked off the sixth man first, then the fifth, then the fourth, then the third, and so on. That's the way we shoot wild turkeys at home. You see, we don't want the front ones to know that we're getting the back ones, and then they keep on coming until we get them all. Of course, I hadn't time to think of that. I guess I just naturally did it. I know, too, that if the front ones wavered, or if I stopped them, the rear ones would drop down and pump a volley into me and get me. But with his five -round clip half spent before these Germans even began their charge, Alvin has no time to reload as the front few close in. Again, instinct seems to drive him. He drops his empty rifle, grabs his .45 Colt, and manages to shoot every single one of them. He then picks up his rifle and continues shooting machine gunners. One of the German POWs, a lieutenant that Alvin mistakes as a major, and who speaks excellent English thanks to his years working in Chicago before the war, calls out to the Tennessean. English? No, not English. What? American. Good lord. The officer is stunned. The Brits are known for their highly trained sharpshooters, but how is this rookie doughboy such a gifted marksman? No matter. He's deadly. Nothing else matters right now. The lieutenant calls out, If you won't shoot anymore, I will make them give up. Alvin agrees, and the German lieutenant blows a whistle. Nearly a hundred Bosch soldiers come forward dropping their guns. One decides to throw a grenade at Alvin. He misses, but Alvin doesn't. As he'll later recall, I had to tick him off. Point made. No one else tries anything or complains as Alvin makes them carry out the nine American dead and wounded. These hundred or so Germans are now his prisoners. The German lieutenant tells Alvin that the way back to the American line is down a gully. No. Alvin might not know these French woods, but he knows mountains and forests. His sense of direction tells him the man is lying. Thrusting his colt into the lieutenant's back, the Tennessean and his seven fellow healthy doughboys march off with their massive train of captive Germans. They'll pick up yet more prisoners and American escorts as they make their way back to division headquarters in the village of Chateau -Chary. After delivering his prisoners, Alvin York returns to the 328th. The regiment's commanding general greets him, explaining, Well, York, I hear you've captured the whole damn German army. The Tennessean will later recall his answer. I told him I only had 132. Welcome to History That Doesn't Suck. I'm your professor, Greg Jackson, and I'd like to tell you a story. It's impossible to say how many Germans Alvin York sent to the grave in the Argonne Forest that early October morning. Some say it was 28. Conservative estimates go as low as 15. Regardless of the exact figure, Alvin's guns were the quick and the Germans were the dead. He silenced 35 Bosch machine guns and, as we know, took 132 prisoners. The Tennessean will soon receive the Medal of Honor and become a veritable celebrity back in the States. Quite a curious twist for a God -fearing man who had previously been a conscientious objector to the war. But that's the story of Alvin York. Alvin's is but one of many tales worth telling as we come to our second episode on the Meuse -Argonne Offensive. No one else is going to come across like a Hollywood action hero, but today, as we push almost but not quite to the end of this, the biggest campaign that the U .S. Army has yet fought, we'll see American forces push forward with the same Alvin York spirit and grit as they try to crack the thick, layered, and crucial German fortifications known as the Krimhilde Line. But as the Yanks make this push, their advancements, coupled with those of their allies on other battlefields, will make German leaders realize that this war is not only coming to its end, as the Bosch already know, but that they can't drag this out. It's time to come to the negotiation table. It's a winding path getting to this breaking point. On our way today, we'll again join flying ace Eddie Rickenbacker in the skies, see an enormous reorganization of the American Expeditionary Force, or AEF, witness yet another shouting match between General Blackjack Pershing and Allied Supreme Commander Ferdinand Foch, visit General Douglas MacArthur at one of his hardest, most heroic, yet devastating moments in this war, and listen in as some Native American doughboys become the first code talkers. That's right, well before World War II. In the end, we'll see if the Americans can turn last episode's frustrations and failures into victories.

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A highlight from 143: The Meuse-Argonne Offensive (pt.2)  Breaking the Kriemhilde Line

History That Doesn't Suck

09:19 min | 21 hrs ago

A highlight from 143: The Meuse-Argonne Offensive (pt.2) Breaking the Kriemhilde Line

"It's just past 6 a .m. on a cold, misty morning, October 8th, 1918. We're with the doughboys of the U .S. 82nd Division's 328th Infantry as they battle their way westward through the thick trees and rough terrain of the Argonne Forest. And I don't say battle lightly. The Germans are putting up a fierce fight. Right now, the 328th is on Hill 223, a position they managed to take last night. But before them, the triangular -shaped Eyre Valley is filled with death. German shells are dropping like yesterday's rain, while German machine guns seem to be mowing down every brown -clad Yankee in the first platoon. Good God. If these Americans are going to survive, let alone have any success, they're going to have to take out these machine gun nests. The task falls to G Company, and amid the battle's chaos, Sergeant Bernard Early is ordered to slip off on the left and flank these gunners. The sergeant gathers 16 men, 3 corporals and 13 privates, and together they stealthily move through the thick brush. The hope is that they can sneak around the German machine gun nests and capture them from behind. It seems to be working. They make it through the brush and ascend a tree -covered ridge without being noticed. Here, the 17 doughboys begin to debate their next move when they see two Germans passing through the woods. Noting their foes' Red Cross bands, the Yankees hold their fire, instead ordering them to stop. But both refuse. A doughboy then fires, after which the whole detachment pursues. The two terrified Germans get away, but as the Yanks continue down another ridge, they soon stumble upon a small cabin -like structure. It's a command post. Dozens of Germans are here. Stretcher bearers, officers, military men of all stripes. Not one of them is armed. Bernard and his men emerge from hiding, rifles drawn, ready to take the whole group captive. With little choice, the Germans yell out, Comrade! and quickly comply. But just as the Yanks have their prisoners lined up, an observant Bosch machine gun nest opens fire. Six bullets rip through Sergeant Bernard early. Two corporals and six privates go down too, as do several German POWs. The survivors, American and German alike, dash for cover. This includes the lone surviving American corporal. A fair -featured, freckled, lanky Tennessean, Corporal Alvin York. Nothing about Alvin's hiding place is intentional. He dived for safety like everyone else. But by coincidence of where he was standing when the gunners opened fire, the corporal finds himself somewhat removed from the rest of his detachment, on a hill not far from that sad looking command post. His position offers him protection, and better yet, none of those German gunners can fire on him without exposing themselves in the process. And this is when Alvin's childhood days of hunting wild turkeys in the woods of Tennessee pay off. With German machine guns still firing, Alvin lies down in the prone position, aims his rifle, and pulls the trigger. A German gunner drops dead. The Tennessean pulls back the bolt on his rifle, ejects the spent case, and again, takes aim and fires. He does this again, and again, and again, using up several clips and eventually rising to a kneeling position. He doesn't dare let up, knowing that the minute he does, a German bullet will end him. Suddenly, six bayonet -bearing Germans, perhaps 25 yards out, come running down the hill at Alvin. It's here that his hunter instincts truly kick in, leading him to fire at the most distant of his assailants first, as the Tennessean will later write in his diary, and in his own local dialect, no less. I ticked off the sixth man first, then the fifth, then the fourth, then the third, and so on. That's the way we shoot wild turkeys at home. You see, we don't want the front ones to know that we're getting the back ones, and then they keep on coming until we get them all. Of course, I hadn't time to think of that. I guess I just naturally did it. I know, too, that if the front ones wavered, or if I stopped them, the rear ones would drop down and pump a volley into me and get me. But with his five -round clip half spent before these Germans even began their charge, Alvin has no time to reload as the front few close in. Again, instinct seems to drive him. He drops his empty rifle, grabs his .45 Colt, and manages to shoot every single one of them. He then picks up his rifle and continues shooting machine gunners. One of the German POWs, a lieutenant that Alvin mistakes as a major, and who speaks excellent English thanks to his years working in Chicago before the war, calls out to the Tennessean. English? No, not English. What? American. Good lord. The officer is stunned. The Brits are known for their highly trained sharpshooters, but how is this rookie doughboy such a gifted marksman? No matter. He's deadly. Nothing else matters right now. The lieutenant calls out, If you won't shoot anymore, I will make them give up. Alvin agrees, and the German lieutenant blows a whistle. Nearly a hundred Bosch soldiers come forward dropping their guns. One decides to throw a grenade at Alvin. He misses, but Alvin doesn't. As he'll later recall, I had to tick him off. Point made. No one else tries anything or complains as Alvin makes them carry out the nine American dead and wounded. These hundred or so Germans are now his prisoners. The German lieutenant tells Alvin that the way back to the American line is down a gully. No. Alvin might not know these French woods, but he knows mountains and forests. His sense of direction tells him the man is lying. Thrusting his colt into the lieutenant's back, the Tennessean and his seven fellow healthy doughboys march off with their massive train of captive Germans. They'll pick up yet more prisoners and American escorts as they make their way back to division headquarters in the village of Chateau -Chary. After delivering his prisoners, Alvin York returns to the 328th. The regiment's commanding general greets him, explaining, Well, York, I hear you've captured the whole damn German army. The Tennessean will later recall his answer. I told him I only had 132. Welcome to History That Doesn't Suck. I'm your professor, Greg Jackson, and I'd like to tell you a story. It's impossible to say how many Germans Alvin York sent to the grave in the Argonne Forest that early October morning. Some say it was 28. Conservative estimates go as low as 15. Regardless of the exact figure, Alvin's guns were the quick and the Germans were the dead. He silenced 35 Bosch machine guns and, as we know, took 132 prisoners. The Tennessean will soon receive the Medal of Honor and become a veritable celebrity back in the States. Quite a curious twist for a God -fearing man who had previously been a conscientious objector to the war. But that's the story of Alvin York. Alvin's is but one of many tales worth telling as we come to our second episode on the Meuse -Argonne Offensive. No one else is going to come across like a Hollywood action hero, but today, as we push almost but not quite to the end of this, the biggest campaign that the U .S. Army has yet fought, we'll see American forces push forward with the same Alvin York spirit and grit as they try to crack the thick, layered, and crucial German fortifications known as the Krimhilde Line. But as the Yanks make this push, their advancements, coupled with those of their allies on other battlefields, will make German leaders realize that this war is not only coming to its end, as the Bosch already know, but that they can't drag this out. It's time to come to the negotiation table. It's a winding path getting to this breaking point. On our way today, we'll again join flying ace Eddie Rickenbacker in the skies, see an enormous reorganization of the American Expeditionary Force, or AEF, witness yet another shouting match between General Blackjack Pershing and Allied Supreme Commander Ferdinand Foch, visit General Douglas MacArthur at one of his hardest, most heroic, yet devastating moments in this war, and listen in as some Native American doughboys become the first code talkers. That's right, well before World War II. In the end, we'll see if the Americans can turn last episode's frustrations and failures into victories.

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A highlight from A Dallas Letdown, Taylor Swifts KC Date, Clevelands Crazy D, Chicagos Agony, and Week 4 Lines With Cousin Sal

The Bill Simmons Podcast

06:16 min | 21 hrs ago

A highlight from A Dallas Letdown, Taylor Swifts KC Date, Clevelands Crazy D, Chicagos Agony, and Week 4 Lines With Cousin Sal

"Coming up in action -packed week three, Cousin Salas here, next. It's the Bill Simmons Podcast presented by FanDuel. Get in on the football action right from the opening kickoff with America's number one sports book. The app is safe, secure, easy to use. FanDuel always has exclusive offers. When you win, you'll get paid instantly. FanDuel has lots of ways to play, like the spread, money line, over -unders, team totals, player props, so much more. Jump into the action at any time during the game with live betting. Combine multiple bets from the same game in a same game parlay. Download the FanDuel sports book app today. Make every moment more this football season. The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit theringer .com slash RG to learn more about the resources and helplines available and listen to the end of this episode for additional details. You must be 21 plus and present in select states. Gambling problem, call 1 -800 -GAMBLER or visit theringer .com slash RG. This episode is brought to you by our friends at State Farm. There's no playbook when it comes to life or any of the other stressful tasks that adulthood throws your way. So many of us lay awake at night going through a list of what ifs. What if something happens to our home? What if I get into an accident? If life gives you a bad bounce, State Farm has a play for every what if. You can reach them 24 seven. You can file a claim on the State Farm mobile app or you can simply call your agent with questions about your home or auto coverage like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. Call or go to statefarm .com for a quote today. We're also brought to you by The Ringer Podcast Network. I have a really, really good rewatchables coming on Monday night. Can't wait. It is my birthday tomorrow. So sometimes if my birthday coincides with rewatchables, which I think has only happened one other time, but we like to do a big movie. So that's where we're doing one of my favorite movies the last 40 years. Stay tuned. Coming up next, we had an action packed loaded week three. We're gonna talk Taylor Swift, Travis Kelsey. We're gonna talk about Miami putting up 70. Sal's team losing. We're gonna introduce a new character, parent corner. Sal sent his kid to college. Oh man, this is almost two hours. Let's get to it. First pro jam. Let's get to it. All right, taping this a little after 8 .30, Sunday night Pacific time. The hardest word come in and show business is here. Cousin Sal just watched Pittsburgh Vegas, a bizarre game, but we're not starting there. We're starting with your team. You're stupid cowboys. You compliment me and now that I see what you did here. Okay, all right. Your stupid team that I thought I could throw into a little 11 and a half Arizona, like throw a bit. All they had to do was run by two and a half. I had a FanDuel boost. I had real life money. I had a million dollar pick and it's like, of course they'll beat the Cardinals by two and a half. Rahim thought the Cardinals were tanking. No, no, that's not what happened. And now you're containing cowboys. They couldn't even make it to my birthday before they fell apart. They couldn't even make it to the end of September. Was that the goal? I guess had they known your birthday was a Monday. Yeah, they might've stuck around. I know, I know. I don't know what to tell you. It sucked. I had it tied to everything too. I had an Oregon this and the Chiefs this and the 49ers and the Cowboys and everything. And I didn't even care that they had three, essentially three offensive linemen out or that Trayvon Diggs got hurt. Not that I didn't care, but I didn't think it would affect this game. And then they just got, they went out there and got their asses kicked. 13 penalties and didn't force any turnovers and couldn't do shit in the red zone. And of course it's a double digit loss, jerks. I kept, I had in the back of my head Rahim's theory that the Cardinals were tanking and that they were only playing one, a good first half. And then they would throw away the second half because their real goal is Caleb Williams. So at halftime, I'm like, I'm not going to panic yet. Maybe the Rahim's theory, no. The Rahim's theory was not true. The Cardinals actually played really well. And your team, I will say, look, this happens sometimes. Usually it doesn't happen in week three. It happens later in the year. But the team that is getting smoke blowing up their butts, they have this easy game and say, oh yeah, we're going to Arizona. It's going to be half Dallas fans. This will be a layup for us. So we've seen this scenario, just not this early in the season. What worried me though, from a Dallas standpoint, forget about the offensive line and the blocking stuff. Cause you'll get those guys back. But you do seem to have like third and seven, third and eight if Lamb is covered, where do you go issued? Like, you know, not everyone has the Kelsey type, but you don't have the Devontae Adams. You don't have really any of those guys. You don't have that big physical tight end in the middle. You don't have the awesome, you know, James White type third down running back who's going to get open. And you could really feel it in the red zone. They were one for five in the red zone today. Yeah. I mean, you know, what's his name? The tight end who went to Houston, I already forgot his name from Dallas last year, was our second lead. Schultz was our second leading receiver last year. So yeah, there is something to be said about that. And I do want to put it in proper perspective. If the Eagles lose to Tampa Bay, which is a possibility tomorrow, the week is a wash in the NFC East, right? That means everyone will have lost. So I don't want to get too crazy, but it did expose, you're right, everything I always worry about. Can Dak come up with a big play down the stretch? You know, are these injuries too much to overcome? And Mike McCarthy in that play calling, it really seemed like we were up 12 points trying to bleed the clock, not down 12 points. And it's like, oh, maybe he's just afraid to throw it. And then when we saw, he threw into three defenders and you cleverly quipped, how did they know which of the three were to intercept it? Yeah, that was kind of wrenching. That was an angry text to yours. I was just angrily texting. Like it was your fault that I was losing all my teases. Yeah, he just threw into three guys on one of the biggest plays of the game. Complete panic throw.

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A highlight from Bank of America Military Affairs with Lindsey Streeter

Veteran on the Move

10:31 min | 23 hrs ago

A highlight from Bank of America Military Affairs with Lindsey Streeter

"Army veteran Lindsey Streeter leads the Military Affairs Strategy at Bank of America. He joined the Bank of America family in 2016 upon retiring from the U .S. Army as a highly decorated command sergeant major with 31 years of military service. He's been a leading voice in Bank of America's commitment to recruit, develop, and retain military talent, and Lindsey was recently named 2023 Veteran of the Year by the Military Times. Coming up next on Veteran on the Move. Welcome to Veteran on the Move. If you're a veteran in transition, an entrepreneur wannabe, or someone still stuck in that J -O -B trying to escape, this podcast is dedicated to your success. And now, your host, Joe Crane. As a member of Not -for -Profit, Navy Federal puts members at the heart of every single thing they do. Find out more at navyfederal .org. Alright, we're talking with Army veteran retired command sergeant major Lindsey Streeter, who leads the Military Affairs Strategy at Bank of America. Also, the 2023 Veteran of the Year by Military Times. Wow, what an awesome award there and great title. So, Sergeant Major Lindsey, thanks for being here today. Before we get to talk about all the great things Bank of America is doing for hiring America's veterans, take us back, tell us what you did in the Army. How many years was it, 33, 34? Hey, Joe Crane, I'll tell you what, man. I appreciate the opportunity to be on the show here today. And yeah, it was just a little north of 31 years that I did. Started out as a logistician, was an Army parts guy. Spent a lot of time in aviation units, you know, chasing Black Hawk helicopters around, trying to keep them flying, and I did that for 10 years, and then I transitioned over into recruiting command where I absolutely found my niche there as an Army recruiter. Ran a couple of recruiting stations, found a lot of success running those stations, a lot of promotions that came along with that, and ascended into leadership in recruiting command, ran the Army recruiting school, ran two companies as a first sergeant, and I was tagged to go to the Sergeant Major's Academy. Came out of the academy and pinned on Command Sergeant Major and headed up to Nashville, Tennessee, to head the Nashville recruiting battalion there and part of the command team there. Did that for about three and a half years, and then the Army saw fit to bring me out into training and doctrine command to run a leadership academy to round out my career, so I served as the commandant of the NCO Academy down here at Fort Stewart, Georgia, where I retired and then smoothly transitioned over into Bank of America. Yeah, so Bank of America was your first job out of the Army? It was. It was. I had a soldier that had worked for me about nine years earlier, and he had been with the bank about a year and a half, and he called me one day. I was driving home trying to contemplate whether or not I was going to retire or take another position in the Army, a nominal position as a sergeant major, and I got a call asking me to send him a resume. I believe there's a little divine intervention at play there because I prayed a prayer for some guidance with regards to transitioning, and I got the phone call and I quickly crafted a resume and sent it in, and said he something that was profound to me. He began to talk about the company, but he knew me very well, and he said to me that you fit here at this company, and I don't believe there was any more profound of a statement that could have been said to me. I think when veterans are transitioning, they're oftentimes looking for an organization that they believe they'll go there and do good, but where do you fit? Well, within that organization, and my colleague believed that from what he knew about me and my traits of character, there'd be a perfect marriage with me coming to Bank of America, and I thank goodness that he gave me that call. Yeah, no kidding. I mean, talk about using your network. I mean, a guy I know used to work with him in the Army. He's there. He brought me in. I'm good. I mean, that's how you get a job right there, but let's face it. Most guys aren't that lucky. I mean, you know, especially nine years before you're eight, you've actually kept in touch with him, and it worked, but ultimately that's the golden goose right there. Yeah, that's the formula. I think if they know you and then they know the organization, it automatically triggers in their mind where to stop on the Rolodex when they begin to seek referrals to bring it to the company. So I was thankful that he thought of me, and he got it right. Absolutely. Now, over the years I've heard a number of things with Bank of America, and before we hit the record button, I was talking with you about, over and over we talk about transition and getting out and getting a job. A lot of us want to go into entrepreneurship, run our own business, but let's face it. Some of us, if you're the main breadwinner, you've got to go get a JOB in the meantime and work on something on the side. So transitioning and getting a job as you get out of the military is definitely something you still end up having to do even though you want to run your own show. And some folks think, oh, you're retiring. You're a member of the Paycheck of the Month Club. What stress do you have, man? You already got a check coming in, whatever. Sometimes it's harder to find a job when you're retired from the Army because you're older, you're stuck in your own ways, you've never done anything else with the Army. You're kind of boxed in, and companies are looking at you like, well, what can you do for me? You spent almost all of your adult life in the Army. It can be much more difficult to convince a company that you can still speak civilian and you're able to put on a suit and you're able to show up to work and blend in, and sometimes it is harder, you know? Yeah, Joe, you really touched on a few things that I found were a challenge, and we continue to, as we invite new talent into the company, to work on these veterans with those attributes of assimilation, as I call them, demonstrated assimilation. You know, less than 1 % of the country serves, and so we're scared when we go in, but we're absolutely horrified when it comes time to take the uniform off and to depart. And, you know, so you're entering a realm of the 99 % that did not serve, and so what you owe to them is not for them to bend to you, but for you to bend and mold and become one of them and to really demonstrate that. And I believe it begins with being humble during your interview, especially as a senior leader in transition. You know, a lot of times we want to boast about our leadership ability and leadership demonstrate capability because of our past and those things that are contained within our resume. And those companies, if you can lead, they're going to afford you an opportunity to lead, but what they want to know is can they trust you with their brand and reputation of this company? Can you get here and humble yourself enough and be vulnerable enough so that they can hang some skills on you and you can demonstrate business acumen and how to dress and how to really work in a collaborative environment that's demanded by corporate America? And so I thank goodness I had some coaching and some grooming to help me with those things, and I work for a company that spends a lot of time trying to get that right. And what we do is we've invested into the scaffolding that's required to ensure that our veterans smoothly transition. So we charged ourselves with not just joining a crowd of being veteran friendly, but we wanted to demonstrate that we're veteran ready, and we did that by, or we do that by being meticulous in our selection process up front. We want to give the veteran the best opportunity to succeed at the company, and we do that by matching up their skill sets with an opening in the company. So we want to get this right fit piece fixed from the beginning. And then we want to make sure that the living room is straight inside the house. And so we have a robust ERG in our military support and assistance group that helps us with onboarding of our veterans, and we pair them up with a more tenured and seasoned veteran, and they hold their hands for about the first 90 days that they're here just to get them through the fits and jerks of assimilation. And it's a soft space, right? It allows them to ask the stupid questions to match a pair of loafers with a belt, you know, to understand which color suit pattern that they need to wear. And so it's those sorts of things that they feel like they can feel safe and feel welcome while they're going through that transition. And what we're hopeful is that what we're seeing is that it closes the back door, and we know that because we survey them. We use employee satisfaction surveys, and we gauge the morale and the motivation of our veteran cohort that way. And so we're proud of that work that we put into those challenging times. And the other thing is that, you know, we have a problem with our resumes and bridging the gaps, bridging our skill sets. And so we know that, we understand that, and we try and take that into account when we're placing talent that those resumes may have gaps in them, that they may be missing pertinent information. And so we've invested in a veteran recruiter that helps us to look at those resumes in detail and tell the story that the veteran's resume may not be telling. Absolutely. Hold that thought. We're going to take a quick break. We'll be right back.

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"no homes" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

04:21 min | 2 months ago

"no homes" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"The ones that are just saying, I'm going to put you in my CRM and drip on you. Those are the ones that are going to fail. And I don't want to spend a lot of time and bandwidth explaining to you guys why long term drip email campaigns don't work. I'll just ask you to ask yourselves, how many long term drip email campaigns or text campaigns or whatever are you susceptible to right now? How many are you actually getting? I get probably dozens of them and I pay attention to none of them. And that's what happens. So the consumer behavior is always going to be what I'm about to describe. When you're interested in buying something, there's a little window. Like Julie wanted to buy a new pair of tennis shoes yesterday. Her old tennis shoes were worn out. She's going to be looking for tennis shoes for maybe 15 or 20 minutes. I mean, knowing Julie, it's like an hour. But after that, she's over it. She's on to something else. And she might think about tennis shoes again from a day or now or a day or two from now. But if they haven't made the sale, then she's off to something else. Everybody is like that. So you may have put yourself into a drip campaign when you're hot and bothered about buying something or interested in something. Sometimes you even know it. You know, you just see the product and they got your email address so that you could get through the front door and now you're in their drip system. Now, drip campaigns with Julie and I were selling real estate, a lot of real estate back in the 90s. They actually worked because there weren't so many different companies that are doing drip email campaigns or drip, any kind of thing. But nowadays, everybody and their brother is doing a drip campaign and people just learn to tune them out. Unfortunately, that's the reason, amongst other things, why it's so important that when you if you really want to be successful in this business, whether you're working with buyers or sellers, you've got to pick up the phone.

"no homes" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

04:47 min | 2 months ago

"no homes" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"So you mentioned interest rates builders. Here's the thing. I was on a phone call with, uh, Keith Moulton, Keith, sorry, Heath Moulton in Iowa and Heath and his, uh, small team. They do. I mean, this is an Inkeny, Iowa, right? They're they'll sell. I don't want to give any of his numbers away, but let's just say absolute ton of houses in Iowa. And oceans of them are new construction. And oceans of them are new construction. Most of them are new construction. So I'm having a conversation with him and we're talking about like in his market, it's adjusted, you know, interest rates are adversely affecting resale and whatever, and how the builders absolutely own the marketplace because the builders can buy the interest rates down. But what was fascinating was not only are the builders able to lower the interest rates, but in some cases they're actually selling their houses for more than what a resale comparable home would cost. Why? Because buyers are payment shoppers. That is all people really focus on. And that's all they'll ever focus on is what's the payment, car payments, house payments, all the rest of it. That's the reason that the interest rates are so, you know, important to the market. So the builders can actually sell a house for more money and have the payment like maybe sell something for 400 or 500 in his market. Whereas the resale home is going to cost maybe 400. So the house is newer. It's you know, maybe even bigger and the payments lower than house that costs less. You guys hopefully are understanding how incredibly powerful new construction is in the market. And just so you're also very clear, your resale sellers can also be offering to buy the interest rates down on buyers homes, thus making your payments lower as well. And obviously making your listing a heck of a lot more seductive in this marketplace. We've done tons of coaching, tons of podcasts on how to do that. Make sure you listen to our past shows. Point number two. Point number two, consider buying first, closing and then listing the previous home.

"no homes" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"no homes" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"House to sell. Bob won't buy until I'm sorry, he won't sell until he buys, right? So you can't find a house for bob. Bob is holding up a whole bunch of other real estate transactions. And let's assume bob is motivated and qualified, ready to rumble. It's all up to you now. Bob bob at all the little lobsters are all ready to go. It's all dependent on you basically creating some forward path for them. So you can't find a house for sale. And so you're telling yourself in your creating stress around the fact that there's no homes for sale. So the first question is, is it true? Are there no homes for sale? Start with that question. Now, if you're going to the MOS and that is your primary source of looking for homes for sale, you are probably correct that there's not enough homes for sale. So you are manifesting the reality that you're not going to generate that transaction or those transactions. And how can you determine whether that going on to the next point? So your first question is, is it true? Are there not enough homes for sale? If the MLS is your primary search filter, the answer probably is yes. Question number two, now by the way, that's not true for all markets. There's plenty of markets where there's plenty of inventory. 5 or 6 markets where there's days of months of supply of homes for sale. So this isn't relevant to all of you. But for most of you, that's what you're going to be experiencing. Question number two, can you absolutely know it's true? All right, so you're trying to find a house for bob, you know, bob that and the bobster. Can you absolutely know it's true that there's not enough homes for sale. You can't because you haven't really done the work yet and searching all the other places where there's possibly homes for sale. That's right. You haven't, for example, and I'll give you guys the long list or just I'll give you a few, right? Obviously new construction is the easy button. For sale by owners is another one. How about absentee owners? Absentee owners is a great source. And then we can go into rent by owners. For rent by owners, if you're in a vacation area, you could possibly be calling VRBO. All of these activities outside of looking in the MLS do require you to have a skill set and effort. But by the way, all of these activities also will probably generate more listings for you. So for example, absentee owners. Do you even know what an absentee owner is listeners? Do you even know whether I'll tell you, don't worry about it.

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"no homes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"no homes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"no homes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"no homes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It's going to be a few days still probably late next week in a minimum before people in that area can go back home, and I know that that's a long time. You all have been out of your homes a long time. You've been living with this incident for a long time. But it's what's necessary for us to do this safely. And to get it done well for you. Now the fire is 1% contained. No homes have been lost still about two miles away from the strawberry area. State route two sixties still close between Cambodian state route 87 87 closed nor the pace and all the way the cleanse well. Jim Crow live at the new center Jim Cross, Katya are new south of Flags at the Rafael Fire has grown to more than 24,000 acres. Several communities south of I 40 west of by 17 are still on standby to evacuate, but no homes are in immediate danger. And north of Hebron, the Y Rick fire now at 7400 Acres and 15% contained evacuated residents of both Hebrew and Overgaard are going to be allowed to go home this morning. Stay right to 60 has reopened in that stretch. Keep it here on Katya are for the very latest developments on Arizona's wildfires to our traffic traffic alert. Meanwhile, here in the Valley, we have a closed freeway. It's the I 17 as you approach downtown, and here's Danny Sullivan from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. Jim, I 17 it is closed southbound. It's just approaching the stack transition south of McDowell. It's close for an accident. And if you are really stuck right there crews are diverting you onto I 10. So you do have at least that option. But if you are not stuck close by, you definitely want to get off the freeway and stick with those alternates like 19th Avenue, 27th Avenue or something else. Instead, buckle up those seat belts are do you want you to be safe this morning? Also Grand Avenue. It's closed in both directions from About 163rd Avenue to R. H. Johnson Boulevard, and that is for police activity in the area. So just know that and also know that on the loop 33 cannot access Grand Avenue in.

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"no homes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"no homes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Right in his fucking shot, you know, to drive along like a little every time we kick it, like Johnny made it because you don't need no clothes. Put some ice on you because you gotta call her. I know I gotta keep my body you go Daddio Nino, so high fashion like Oh, young ji wagon or a rowboat. I put some ice on you because you've got a call. I know I gotta keep my studio. Got that slow. Whoa! You gotta do. Is that any way having a baby is? Is that okay? Is it okay if I call you my part of it? I ain't no play out. Just got a lot of big. But let me tell you why I like you a lot. I want to start at the top of the bottom bay. Now you want to shoot with red bottom bitch? You know, I like when you're ready to talk about boys make stimulus checks are bag the money. Get the money that everything stays right here. Register at real 92 3 ella dot com The word bankroll your shot at $1000 at 7 25 8 25 9 25 18 25 and big Neighborhood real 93 3, please no home for hip hop spends. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, Pressure won't shut you.

"no homes" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"no homes" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"I hope whoever did this is proud of themselves. And you know what? Maybe a Roman Catholic, But I believe in the concept of karma. I really do believe if you put out good good comes back to you. When you put out nasty stuff, it comes back to you. It does. When you do something like this to ruin someone's financial life. You sent that email to that company. I'm speaking to the person now, who sent that email to Chris Mason's employer. You sent that email with the intention. With the intention Of getting him fired. That's why you did it. You didn't do it. You say? You know? Hey, you've got a great employee and he uses great grammar and his spelling is good, too. You did it because you wanted that person to get fired and they did get fired. How do you feel today? I'll bet this is the part. This person has a hate has no home here. Sign on their lawn. What do you want? What do you want to take for odds on that, Danny? You're you understand more gaming than I do. What do you want to take for odds that the person who wrote this Has on their front lawn. Hate has no home here. All. Probably they're pretty, huh? Is there any more hateful of an act? Been trying to get someone fired there. A father of two girls, is there any more hateful oven? Actually, that's a misogynous act. Because two women you I'm well. Two girls are going to suffer. Correct? Technically, Yeah, yeah. No, I don't know how people could go about trying to get somebody else fired because they don't like what they posted or something like that. You know, I could see if it was an actual indiscretion between two people or whatever else but in terms of social media. Come on, put a lawn sign up that says Hate has no home. That's exactly what we're talking about here. Kate has no home. What if you say something I don't like I'm going to do something pretty hateful. You know? Well, he deserves it. He's please got white privilege. What White privilege. Isn't much privilege right now. What kind of privilege does this white guy have? Right now? He's out of a job. That sounds like privileged to May. No job. Two miles to feed. Yeah. Hate has no home here. Love is love, black lives matter. Science is real. I'm going to write to your employer. I know I'm being sarcastic here. I know I'm being you know. I'm not being as a Smederevo as I should be. But don't you think people should be upset about this? Good thing is, I did see people on The Facebook page from my town. I did see people who are liberal who did say this is awful. This is the tactic. I just want to remind all those liberals This is the group. You're part of. You want to talk about liberal privilege, so you have liberal privilege. I don't You have liberal privilege. You can write letters to companies and get people fired for saying something that you don't politically agree with. I hope People on that page have learned a lesson. Unfortunately, it was that it was that Chris Mason's expense. Anyway, when we return, Speaking of science is real. Was it science? There was a politics that has given us freedom to remove the masks. You're listening to the gym, Pelino. Show your safe space. We save Sirius.

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"no homes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"no homes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Standoff, I think is gonna go on for a while because business is obviously business and they have been talking. That's one side of it. But it appears that this from the outside looking in that this is personal, in some sense. That adds an added layer to whether it's gonna get settled or not. If they do get Aaron Rodgers going to Denver is James Palmer's here with us from the NFL network. You called them a legit Super Bowl contender. Would you even pick them to win the division? Or do you still rock and roll with no homes in the Chiefs? Yeah, it's it's funny. You go like, how would I ever pick against my rights? It was like going into that Super Bowl. I remember being there and everybody's talking. I mean, I've got a text Willie McGinest and he's like who you got, and I'm like. How do I pick against my homes? And then the next text I sent him was. How do I pick against your boy? Brady like there's just certain guys were like, how do I pick against him? Well, it's like, how do you think against Roger's like? I mean in what he's able to do, I do think The weapon. I mean, they're Tyree killing Travis. Kelsey are just you know they're here. Aaron Rodgers, with all the weapons I listed is kind of right there. And I would say the defense is better in Denver specifically with the way Vic Fangio coach's defense is his scheme is now starting to spread throughout the NFL. I don't know if people really noticing that right it causes if you talk to some of the best offensive minds and football, it causes them fits with Vic Fangio does. So I do think the defense is better. My home's in entire e kill, and Travis Kelsey with the new offensive line they put together I love the way they've just been like, I don't care about picks Brett Features like now we're going after it every year, and we'll see how far they could push this down the line. But I think I'd still put the chief's ahead just because it's a new guy coming in, even though that new guy is Aaron Rodgers. Is George paid in right now? Is he calling the Packers every day? Or is it kind of all right, Let's wait until June 1st where If they are going to trade him financially, it's easier for the Packers to do so. I think everybody around the league. Zach knows right now. It's kind of like nothing's gonna happen in the immediate future. I know that the Broncos are like I said they're comfortable with where they are a quarterback. I think if they felt desperate, maybe they call regularly. But I do think George has shown in the short time He's been there general manager and I think I'm not alone in this. I think enough people around the league think he's done a bang up job. And nobody really is surprised by that, As the last decade people have been trying to get him to be a general manager is his patients. You know, he waited, you know, with the cream Jackson. I'm talking about smaller deals, but this kind of just shows his patients. He lets cream Jackson leave and comes back for half the price. He waits out on the Kyle Fuller situation set of trading for him and brings him in. He waits to see the pass rusher market before he figures out what he wants to do with picking up on Miller's option. I think he has been a patient general manager that trust his gut, and I think he's gonna kind of wait this And knows this might be a long haul slow play situation, and I think he's going to kind of use his patients. In that sense. We all know it's a guessing game. Right now. Everyone's guessing you obviously have more information than most is. We're talking to James Palmer from the NFL network right now. If you had to give me a percentage that Rogers is somewhere other than Green Bay come week, one of the 2021 season where that's Denver somewhere else. What would that number Bay I think it's well below 50%. I'm trying to think I wouldn't mind almost put it at like 30% 20% is somewhere else. Just because a diff besides air talking to get something done, that means they're at least Communicating, right? I think that is some some what gives it hope of his return. James Jones on our air, who is not just a former teammate of Aaron Rodgers is still a close friend believes it is fixable and salvageable. We know the Packers are trying to do some things. To make up for probably, we all could assume Some situations in terms of communications and handling. Aaron Rodgers in the past probably wasn't up to snuff with a guy that probably deserved a little bit more in terms of how you were handling him and how you're handling this transition, because really, you know, it's all about how you were going to pass the torch. They had to do it one time and it didn't go great. Really right. Erin was George Love. And Brett Farve was there. And so I just think there is still the aspect that you could massage some of these things, and you can make things a little bit different in terms of guaranteed contracts. Money always talks in the sense, but also how you handle the way this goes moving forward. I think also, you know, nobody wants me pushed out of the building specifically, if you are the M V P of the league and showing up every day with your replacement sitting next to you. That's not a feeling anybody wants specifically when URAS good is Aaron Rodgers. We've seen really every quarterback not handle this well, and it's been in this situation. I think Aaron does deserve a little bit different treatment, and maybe the Packers could do that. Besides, that is part of this deal. What's your read as we talk something other than Aaron Rodgers with James Palmer from the NFL Network. I know that's what everyone's talking about and the NFL these days, But if it's not Rogers and yes, it's may 11th In the year of 2021. 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"no homes" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"no homes" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Back on. W I s n It's the redefined Realty show. I'll give you the weather forecast. When I feel like because I'm ready right now. Sonny and 58 Mother's Day. It's not gonna be as nice as last Sunday can tell you that 80 we hit last Sunday Gorgeous out with Ashley Masters and Bob Tarantino. It is the redefined realty show. I'm Paul Crown forced. We're very busy with your real estate questions. So back to the phones we go. Theresa and Walker shot Thanks for hanging on. All right. Well, thank you for taking my call. Um, I have a 90 year old Cape Cod and I have a question about disclosure. When you're selling your house. I plan to put it on the market and top five months. Um It's a situation happened this week, I hired a very well known company to put up new gutters and downspouts. Now. Remember, though, about the rain we had on Monday of this week. Um, they sent one guy out and started raining in the afternoon. He took down all Everything. But she put up the new gutters. But he never put up down spots on it started waning, and then it rained all night long, and I had water all around my house, bailing it. Whatever. Outside what happened? Those? Some of them then got into the corner of my basement where I've never had water before. And it was like a 12 ft. Long of water and what I want to know is disclosure. Someone told me I now have to disclose this. I do not know if it's going to ever happen at Jamie isn't gone Is the water now gone? The water's all dried up. Rabbit litter on it, You know? Yeah, it was bad. It was very bad. Well, here's the thing. I can't tell you what you actually have to disclose or should disclose or how you should disclose it. But if it was my house, what I would do is Would consider disclosing it. And then in all likelihood, I would disclose it. But then I would also say as part of that disclosure here is that here's what happened, and we put the down spout extensions on and it's never happened again. And if that turns out to be the case, most buyers are gonna look at that and say Yeah, okay, I understand making other words, Bob. You're saying be honest, fully transparent. It's a one time deal because of the gutter situation, Theresa, which is the truth, right? I don't know, sir. That just happened on Monday. Yeah, I don't know if it's gonna start a leak now from now on, because it was so bad, but before that, it never. It never happened. No idea. All four corners of my house. It was horrible. Yeah, well, that's the way I would go about it. Don't think Bob's right. See what happens and hopefully the downspout extension solve the problem. And if that is the case, then you know you're probably in all likelihood going to be fine, and that's never happened before this. That was the obvious reason and that might be part of the disclosure to never happened before. Here's what we did. It happened and it's never happened since. Okay. Great. Yeah, I think that's great advice from Bob Teresa. Thank you for the call. Don't go anywhere again. We're gonna get your address. Bob. You know, we have said, always be fully transparent, and it's so funny Fall the idea of water in the basement. I'd be willing to bet 90% of the time. It's a downspout extension issue. They sometimes they blow off in the wind, or they get knocked by the lawn more and they're off. And if you get that water extended away from the house, chances are it's not coming back for a bad grade. Where the ground right into the, you know, not aware and when you have a bad grade, though, The extension of the downspouts is what gets the water passed that bad grading and away from the house. Yeah, that was a good question. Two recent she asked all the right things, You know? Do you disclosed yet? And in General Ashley, do you tell your clients just be honest? Yes. Always. You never wanna lie and hide stuff. Correct. So good luck, Theresa along the lines. We get to a home inspection question. This collars from Greenfield. Kevin, How can we help? Good morning. Good morning, guys. First of all, I love this show. It wakes me up every Saturday. What you sleep in late because coming I've heard other people It puts back to sleep. So we appreciate that You guys run from two hours a day, but a couple questions. First off in regards to personalize letters. Is that something that people are that you're seeing that happening more and more often, But the second question, which is my major one. About the home inspections I've owned for homes throughout my lifetime. And every one of them, have you? No home inspection arena inspections So on and so forth my son and daughter recently We're fortunate off the purchase homes and in their offers home inspections appear to be waived. Ondas. That's something that's common with what we're seeing. Now. People are pretty much buying the homes, as is and oftentimes not even seen. Is that correct? Yes, you do. You take the home inspection question and I'll take the love letter question. Okay? Do you wanna start with you first? So in regards to the home inspection, it's it's going to be dependent on the scenario every briers different, Obviously, for us. We're never going to advise our clients to wave a home inspection. Contingency. It's yes, we do See them. We do see buyers, especially in multiple offers situations on the selling side, where buyers are waving inspection to help.

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"no homes" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"no homes" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"I don't know what was up with him but he just did not work out at all. But hey the fact that they had three chances to draft the first Recent nba history is like amazing. The pistons however have not really had that luck even when they tried to like tank. They've get stuck with like the fifth or sixth draft. Pick maybe even the eighth the only time they people wanna point to where they had a really high draft pick recently was number two overall pick. Darko milicic wasn't even there pick. It was someone else's pick that got traded to them so like in a way like the pistons still really weren't even rewarded. They kinda lucked into that. The team was so bad that they got a chance to get the ball picks second and even they didn't even need the draft pick like the pistons are already really good team. They drafted darko. He was really human victory cigar which went on to be his nickname escape. That's why he's a serbian. Mma fighter who's also like a farmer. I feel like his career is like a mad lib you know like. Mma fighter farmer human victory cigar. Just a mad lib. You just draw from a pile. You went to minnesota and like had a few okay years remember. He got mad and tore his jersey and half in the middle of a game and people were like that guy has some issues and then he like left to go be a farmer than after he farmed he went to fighter and he got backed out in his first fight which of course he did. Because he's darko and he's like i'm retired. White naturally got up at seven feet. Which is something you should never show that you can get beat up at seven feet. 'cause you're way too big beat up like that but back to basketball the pistons got that pick and they didn't even really need it when the byzantine needed high draft picks they've gotten like fifth and sixth and seventh and eighth and those picks either haven't worked out for them or they've worked better for other teams like contagious. Caldwell-pope was supposed to be this great jump shooter for the pistons is now winning rings with lebron still making the same mistakes out in los angeles blake. Here rounding out into a player. Luke kennard at one point for the clippers. This year was shooting fifty forty ninety which is fifty percent from the field forty percent from three point and ninety percent from the free throw line which is kind of like the hat trick of basketball the shooter. It's very rare like it's something you don't see very often unless you are a fan of golden state because steph curry does at almost every season which is amazing. A lot of people tried to replicate what golden state has done by. Getting a bunch of hydraulics in a row and honestly again. That's just very lucky. That have steph curry klay thompson. Draymond green all taken in separate drafts albeit amount taken the second round but all their players who are really good for them our players. They drafted themselves and just kind of hope that they were doing well and pistons front office seems to want to just collect young talent be bad and then draft high and like is shown. It hasn't worked. And i don't really think it's a smart way to go. I understand why they're doing it. And i guess the way their team is now the best way you can do it. I don't know man. it's very frustrating. If you're a fan of this team you..

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"no homes" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES

NO HOME FOR HEROES

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"no homes" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES

"Know all in welcome to this edition of no home rose home for heroes explorers histories military mysteries regarding americans who are missing in action from our past wars. These long.

"no homes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"no homes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"On this day in 1963. Lamar Hunt, owner of the American Football League franchise in Dallas, Move the operation to Kansas City where they are today. The Chiefs. Alice got possession of an NFL franchise known as the Cowboys. Tragedy strikes this day. 1985 just a good old boy. Never meaning no Home Dukes of Hazzard, and it is 6.5 year run on CBS television that Syria's credited with using more stunt men. In any other TV Syriza's in history. Days. Today's your birthday. Happy birthday to you. You share your birthday with General of the Union Army, William to come. So Sherman born 18 20, famous for his march through Georgia and the phrase War is hell born on this day in 1925 and Newton, Massachusetts. After Jack Lemmon, two Time Academy Award winner Nominated eight times birthday today, James Dean No. Just watch me change. James Byron Dean died September 30th 1955 at the age of 24..

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"no homes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"no homes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Felt, blew a peek through the crack and looked at the track. One going back to on. What did I do? I thought about Hey, no sunshine when he's gone. It's not a war when he's away. They ain't no sunshine when is gone, and he's always gone too long in a time. He goes away E wonder this time where he's gone. How I wonder if he gone to stay ain't no sunshine when it's dawn. This house. Just think no home in attack. He goes away, and I know I don't know. The love is wrong. Oh, That is so strong and on all that boy ain't no good. And I should I should I should Like the young thing alone, but I know sunshine when his gone egg no sunshine when that boy is gone. Only darkness every day. Ain't no sunshine when she's gone..

"no homes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"no homes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"My house just ain't no home. No. In a time, he Goes away. I know. That boy's got to find his way. What I'd give for just one day and that boy he's not mine yet. It's so fun so fun so far. You shouldn't leave your things long. But in all sunshine when Oh, whenever he's gone, and no sunshine when hair is gone.

"no homes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"no homes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Host the defending Super Bowl champion Chiefs in Tampa Bay in two weeks for another opportunity to ring and the 20 Year, Peter It's Q B is excited when being got here last year. You know, there was a lot of great things that were happening and a lot of great young players, you know, made the decision and, you know, love coming to work every day with this group of guys and it worked really hard to get to this point. It's a tough game had a few tough games in a row, and the next will be really tough, too. We know we're playing for and we got two weeks to prepare to be a great opponent. You really exciting couple weeks for us. Brady's bucks held off the Packers. 31 26, leaving Aaron Rodgers. Future uncertain. Chief Center The Bills Cinderella season. 38, 24. Brady and Patrick. No. Homes are the last two cubes to win Super Bowls, and they last met the playoffs and the A F C title game two years ago. Now Brady will try for his record seventh Lombardi Trophy in 10 trips to the Big game, and Celtics crushed the Cavaliers won 41 103 C's visit The Bulls tonight. Adam Kaufman, WBZ Boston's news radio, always an adventure on the roadways. Especially on a Monday. It's 9 13. Let's check it out right now, with Lori Grandee and the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. You know it started off tough and it's stayed that way. Hang in tow up. Revere Reach Parkway continues to be tough westbound just before Route one due to a water main break right hand lane still blocked off there in Revere. Lever connector continues to be jammed and toe and getting on the story. Dr. Which is really affected 93 getting through Charlestown Approaching the lever connector and the lower deck. The Tobin Bridge also still jam coming around the Tobin the loop ramp they're getting through the city Square tunnel. Expect that slow down Route three south on the upper end continues to be slow is well, 62. 21 28 heavy for about a half mile. So that's improved now getting onto 1 28, but it is still slow for crying out loud. Watch out for a bit of a slowdown. Still as they clear crash 24 north bad just before 93 Randolph, also on the orange line at the estate subway station, watch out for delays. We had some earlier problems with some police activity. Still about a 15 to 20 minute delay on the red line. Laurie, I'm sorry on the orange line there. Laurie granted WBC's traffic of the three beautiful here in Boston this morning. Bright sunshine Blue sky will be dealing with this for most of the day. Only thing is Just cold 20 degrees right now, mid thirties later on live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Looks like cold has settled in its gonna be hanging around for a few days. Not only that we get the chance for some snow on a couple of occasions this week. First one is tomorrow night. And then later on Thursday as well that Monday morning, January 25th. I'm Jeff Brown. And here are the five things you need to know. At 9.

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"no homes" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"no homes" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"More. Lady Don't don't no more What Oh, thank you. Oh, my God. What is wrong with me? I wanted her baby. You don't know me. You don't have to Yeah. You know, I'll just meet you. Oh, what is that? You don't know me. You don't know her. Yeah. One. What? One lady. You don't have me. Don't hurt me no more. I don't know. You know what? Maybe you don't have You know what? Maybe I don't know. I don't have no more. What lady you don't have. You don't have One lady don't have no more. I don't know. Maybe you don't have don't have no home. Did you know that Tom Hanks has a new movie out? It's called News of the world. It takes place in 18 70, Texas and follows a Confederate war veteran Captain Kidd was played by Tom Hanks had no idea he'd do the Western America you too much news of the world right now on streaming services at home..

"no homes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"no homes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mm hmm. Oh, Mm hmm. For the memory of candlelight and wine castles on the rise of the Parthenon in moments on the Hudson River. It won't memory of rainy afternoons. Swinging Harlem to and motor trips and burning lips and burning toast improve. How itwas man the time that we face there. On many's the time that with fast Oh, well, it was swell while it lasted way did have fun and no home to something of a mammal and strictly entre noon. Darling, How are you? And however little dreams that never did come to awfully glad I met you material into Thank you so much. Memories to spare on to pay down.