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AI driven Privacy tool developed to protect COVID-19 tracing data
"Welcome to carry tv and ad tech insect weekly chris coverage on the editor with more security media. And this is al. Friday morning episode. Normally stream live on tuesday afternoons and on fridays and today's episode where with dr did hornets strategic advocacy manager would stand into strategy and up the sushmita rush at senior research scientists with data. Sixty one gonna be looking at data. Sixty one's recent ion driven promising tool. Personally my shin factor. I think it's go piff and with with don't this mehta rush a senior research scientist with data sixty one. Thank you very much for joining us. Law soc me that look thank you. So much We covered off. And we're gonna be talking about It's great to have data sixty one on obviously as well but this caught mile. I released a new data privacy tool for a anonymous covid. Nineteen tracing data and keeping that secure. And it's cold personal information factor or this. You're the senior research saunas on the project. Might be the adult. Talk us through It's a big topic. Accident had to stop. Whether we start with the i ought to the covid. Non tain tracing data Update class. I can just a little bit about fifth avenue. Exactly the information and Just to be fit. That need talk about why we are doing this. And one of the use cases of course the covid nineteen of data about this is a much more universal kind of a tool which which actually helps to share data a to protect the privacy of individuals whose data is there in the assets and its stock. V personal information factor is essential information content in the data affect and. Just imagine that if i were to the custodian was to release the state asset. Then it looks reveal definitely information individuals so freshman is that went to release and when not to release and this personal information factor is a measure of that information content in that deep affect the identified data and what the tool does is that not only. Does it publishes the data in an in an in some kind of transformed fashion. But it's also evaluates. The risk of free identification. Is very very important. Like when i when i want to share my data. The first thing that i ask is that what is happening to my data. What are the risks associated rely. We get out in this whole list of data that has been you know released. No you can. I ask you. Is it reverse engineering. The fact it's released. And we reverse that. Can i identify that will happen. Writer the tool essentially doctor that you know it. I evaluate what happens. What are the risks. And if it feel that you know the risk is low then it's released the data at the high than it suggests very thoughts of transformations Aggregations techniques so as to make the data more suitable to be released that in it's not reeducation is not possible so the two of you know a lot lot more. To protect the privacy of individuals this is donald sixty runs on another saying albumin. Doctor men whose new south wales chief scientists it shifts on and We've he's also hit it up. We'll previously headed up. The new south wales at data analytics as well is that this is all great working together on this because we've heard from duct tape and previously about the work that they're doing with a lot of this data across the south wales in sydney in particular. Very interesting work. But yeah it's that that The day anonymous anonymously information and they identified. Information is a challenge. Because if you join. The dots suddenly can start to identify. They so yeah. This is actually a on oprah man. The project actually started with the initiative of yet overman dr yang obama and what we are essentially trying to do at the data was also involved from the very beginning. But what we are trying to do. Is that enhance that tool so we want to enhance such way that weekend. Mitigates against various attacks so we are trying to identify what other attacks. What are the attack vectors. That are possible that might breach the privacy of individuals and beth. Israel comes into picture. We are essentially studying what a- what the attacks are and can be do it in a more sophisticated sway to learn from the attack and suggest suggests techniques to protect the privacy of individuals of be it aggregation be. It's probably secure Secure approval private algorithms for like Differential privacy or there would be other solutions that can help to the data at make it fit to be
Year In Review 2020
"Wow you know it's been a whole year. Our first our first year as las compa clowns has has been has been something. Let me tell you something that none of us ever expected would happen all kinds of weird stuff. happened A lot of derailments you know and And i guess you know this is what twenty twenty is you know. But twenty twenty isn't what it is. Twenty twenty is what we make it to be. You know and this episode. You know we'll be you know. We'll be having flashbacks of of this This year twenty twenty you know The good the bad the ugly the raw and the yet to be and you know what composite. It's been a wild ride man. I mean it's you know. It started off pretty tame and then next thing. You know you know We have some civil unrest going on throughout the country. You know black lives matter and then Then kogo nineteen hits and And then all kinds of other stuff has been happening. You know and it's been it's been pretty wild man. I feel like we got jack man. I remember since like the nineteen hundreds. We used to talk. Oh man in the twenty twenty. We're going to get jet packs. Actually they told us that about the year. Two thousand you know thinking of the year two thousand and flying cars and nothing happened. Okay maybe maybe twenty twenty is like you said we're gonna started of well. You know what. I mean started normal one. What normal was a normal level. You know twenty twenty was a nice Has a nice ring to it. You know january first twenty twenty right cool twenty years passed into this new decade of the two thousand and then bam right you go through this whole craziness of the impeachment process with The president and Then that doesn't go anywhere and like you said we've been lives matter. Movement is crazy and then covid nineteen in. That's the part that i at least for me where i was like. Fuck you know I don't want to be apocalypse. But if there were as ambi- apocalypse type of situation. I think a lot of was will be screwed. You know the anti massacres But you know it is what it is you know not to get too political but Twenty twenty has been rollercoaster. Look at us now. You know we're towards the end the twenty twenty and and trying to look back and try to Make a little bit sense out of it and and In what it meant to us and and hopefully what. We're looking forward to for twenty twenty one. I don't think he was a a A roller coaster. I actually think it was like it was like one of those like waterslide that you're going down but a bunch of down all overmanned bumps arrive what you think. It's it's getting a little better. There's like you know bigger bumps and you know. Yeah there's there's no way to enjoy this damn bloom something else on us You know it's just like you know like we've been missing all these global and national events you know but for me you know One the main thing six out to me you know. It's just been a very hard and painful year. You know. I actually you know in my household we call it. The the year of of sage. You know And the reason. I say that is because there's been so many people that we've lost in in in my circles and whatever someone passes away we burn sade for them. You know Or when we find out that friends or family members are ill or near the end. We burn sage for for their for their families. You know and one you know. I had a real close friend of ours. Pass away and then You a month later. Another person passes away and then Good friend of all of ours. His father passed away. You know just a couple of months ago and some of them are code related others or just. You know death happens. You know our our elders or or passing are passing away now man and that's been a big thing for me personally. It's just too. I mean when you think it's it's it's sorta getting okay. Twenty twenty goes in hits us with you know with with another another loved one. Gone down you know. And it's been very painful for in ramiz household
"overman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Vega and this is the takeaway. And we've talked a lot on this show over the past few weeks about how different this holiday season will look because of covert 19. And you've been sharing your plans for making this a memorable day in the face of a worsening pandemic. Well, now it's our turn to share with you. This'd Jacky Martin on the line producer here for the takeaway and this Thanksgiving. We're gonna be just eating home. I'm gonna be cooking. I always cook. I'm not seeing my family is not very different than any other year. I was in the military, so I hardly went back instead of football, You know, place in basketball because we got a brand new Who? What? You gonna eat, right? You need turkey, like right in the Hey, this is Ethan Overman. And I'm a producer for the takeaway. And I'm going to be at home in New Jersey with just my mom and step Dad And the main thing I'm looking forward to you is baking an apple pie over zoom with some relatives and hopefully Be able to help me Master the lattice pie crust. My name is Lydia McFarland layered an associate producer for the takeaway. Like a lot of people around the country. We lost someone in our family this year, so it's going to be really tough to get through the holidays. My heart goes out to anyone who's listening right now. Who might be missing someone this Thanksgiving? You are not alone in this and we're gonna get through it together. Hi. My name is Jose. Will you buy this? I am an associate producer with the takeaway. Family is on the other side of the country, so we will not be sharing a Thanksgiving together. However, I have a great group of friends here in New York City who have been regularly seeing throughout the pandemic, so we will be having a friends giving will be sharing food sharing laughs, and I'm very much looking forward to it. My name is polio and goo and the digital editor at the take away. Our Thanksgiving table would be much smaller this.
MLB commissioner confident league will get through season
"What happened with the Marlins in Philadelphia was just a reminder of how fragile this season is. So here we are. Three games in there's a crisis in Major League Baseball is trying to stage a season in the middle of an escalating prices. We both agree. If it expands, you've got to stop in a country that obviously hasn't been able to corral Corona virus. Any little. One thing consent this season spiraling. It doesn't look good. But MLB commissioner Rob Manfred telling our Karl Ravech there is no reason to quit. Now we are playing, he said. The players need to be better. And I am not a quitter. In general. Manford confident his sport can get through the regular season and postseason without being stopped because he also cautions that there's a chance that not every team might play all 60 games as winning percentage could be used. To determine playoff teams. It's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk Wireless buster, only ESPN MLB Insider on Darien, Mel, There was really discouragement, you know, after what happened the Marlins last weekend Jeff Passan reporting about the frank conversation between Rob Manfred and Tony Clark. That happened yesterday. And then the news this morning that more cardinals tested positive the dominoes keep falling in the wrong direction. I just did, SportsCenter said. You know if Major League Baseball is a boxer, they just keep taking body blows. And it's some point. Yeah, it's just going to become too much. You think Keith Overman just report a little while ago that MLB is reached out to their broadcast partners and basically told him you need to prepare alternate programming for the week ahead, So yeah, very discouraging, and I got to tell you there's there's a lot of frustration at the team level with people feeling like that, while for the most part There are a lot of players trying to make it work front office is trying to make it work that in some cases that behavior just did not change in a way that was going to best protect all the players. They thought it was a Hail Mary All along, you know the thought was is that there could be some positive tests. And if there was that there could be some isolation. But for example, the major league Baseball testing has been every other day. Well, what happens if a player is infected? The day after he gets tested, and then he's around his teammates. The lag in the test results, which Sean do little. The national spoke to right off the bat where there was concerned that you know with the results just don't come back fast enough to do the isolation in the contact tracing that would be necessary to hold it down Those air reasons why, at the outset of this thing, there was a lot of skepticism that they could actually make it
"overman" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
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Fred and Rose West: A Murderous Relationship
"Frederick Water West. I'm rose Marie Pauline West Fred and rose where the Jew of serial killers answer rapist. Who killed at least a dozen young British girls included several of their own daughters. Fred was born in a small town of much marcle in Hertfordshire. He was the second of six children by Fred's own. Admission Sexual Abuse. Various kinds will come in the house owed. Fred claimed his father had sexual relationships with his daughters and taught him about bestiality. He was also suspected. That Fred's mother started sexually abusing him when he was twelve though. Fred never admitted this and his never been confirmed when Fred was physically punished for doing badly in school. He showed aptitude woodworking artwork. His mother was a piece and often dress. Unattractively often went to the score in person to yell at the teachers doing so fred left school at the age of fifteen and was almost illiterate. The only job he was a farmhand at sixteen he became more attracted to girls and at the age of seventeen. He was in a motorcycle accident that put him in a coma for a week. This led to a metal plate being inserted into ahead after breaking one of his legs. It was permanently shorter than the other. He was subject to buy temper and often have violent bursts of anger even two years after the accident. Fred hurt his head yet again when he stuck his hand up girl's skirts and she pushed him down a forest. The agent nine thousand nine. He was convicted of molesting a thirteen year. Old Girl though he didn't serve any jail time at the time because his doctor said he suffered from epileptic fits. After this he went to live with his sister was by the rest of his family. Fred got work on the construction site but was fired for stealing from his workplace. At the age of twenty one is family. Let back into their lives and he moved back to much marcle. He resumed a romantic relationship. With an ex girlfriend Catherine Rena Costello who had been a petty thief when they first dated and she moved onto prostitution. Rini was already pregnant with the chart of Pakistani mine. They married Captain Chart to explain why the baby was half Asian. Friday meaner read to the parent to say that the baby died in childbirth chart. Code-named Charmaine Carol was adopted. They married in November a move to Scotland together. The couple had a child that owning July nineteen sixty four court. Ameri joining this time. Fred worked as an ice cream truck driver. The gave him plenty of access to available young women in the area. The life in Scotland came to an end when Fred accidentally run over a four year old boy with his truck. They Saxton wasn't deemed Fred's fault and after which Fr move with his family as well as ice McNeil who was their nanny. Anon macphail. A friend of Costello backed gosh very good job in a slaughterhouse. Shortly afterwards Murray filed an Costello went back to Scotland coming back in July nineteen sixty six for daughter only to discover their Freddie started a relationship with macphail in nineteen sixty seven. It fell became pregnant when French todd and tried to get him to divorce. Kosta Fred killed and dismembered and buried. Her Costello finally left read a few months later. Leave in that children with him. Fred is suspected of killed again in January. Sixty eight when fifteen rosemary. Boston disappeared from of bustle. After the death of his mother in February Fred Start committed a lot of petty thefts and change jobs after joining stint as a bakery truck driver. He met his future wife and accomplice rose. Rosemary was born rose me. Let's in Devon England nineteen fifty three. The house out was trumpeted abusive father. Bill was constantly disciplining UH siblings and a mother of a daisy become pregnant with Rosemary and she'd received electroconvulsive therapy as treatment for severe depression growing up. Rosemary was sexually abused by father. She wasn't very bright overweight and she was often teased. I'm responded by TAC nobles aggressively when she was just a teenager. She became more sexually active and was called getting to bed. Whatever younger brothers and sexually abusing him. A father preventive from data boys ver- own age though she did she relationships with overman where she lived. One of these men took advantage of rape them when rose was fifteen another finally had enough abuse and two rows and moved in with one of our daughters and her husband. Rose started spending more time with male companions later that same year. Rosemary moved back with her father not long after there. She met Fred last. P. Was twelve years her senior. Father objected to fred seeing her. Fred had done several stints in jail for theft and he fade failed to pay his fines of other previous offenses around. This time rose became pregnant with his child could have their. She also took care of his children. Rose treated her stepdaughters badly. In the summer of Nineteen seventy-one Rosemary. Snaps and killed Chaumet. She severed the bodies fingers and toes. I'm Fred Barrett under the kitchen floor in August. One Thousand Nine hundred seventy one costello disappeared when she came looking for Charlemagne because body was found to have its fingers and toes cuts off. When it was discovered Fred as a result was suspected of being the killer Fred and Rosemary on January twenty nine nine thousand nine hundred seventy two. Fred encourage rose to have sex with other men who for money and fun and the Often Watch. He took pictures and post them in magazines and ads for prostitution. In June seventy two he had never daughter Mae West at this time. Gt expanded family and roses business. They moved to twenty five Cromwell street where they can carry out their rapes and murders rose still working as a prostitute from our home had rooms fitted with people's for Fred to us and he hung a red light outside to tell the children not to enter. Rose gave birth to hover children over the next few years seven in Tokyo with three of them fathered by Fred in October. Seventy-two Fred and rose hired a young woman named Catherine Owens. To work for them is a ninety for that children. They made sexual advances on her and she declined every time. When nine December they both unsuccessfully tried to seduce her and how it a captive overnight Fred Fratton to let some of his friends have her killed her. She complied the next day. They released A. She went to the police though. She pressed charges. Fred was able to convince the court was forced. Had Been Consensual. He rose would just find for the INDECENT ASSAULT OVER NEXT SIX YEARS. They killed at least eight. Women made their way to twenty five Cromwell street as even lodges or employees the I was Lynda Gough. She was the seem stress to the WES. Cow Keeper had disappeared while walking home from a movie theater. In December Lucy Catherine plotting ten disappeared from. Stop while we're on our way home. After Christmas. She was murdered by Fred rose. Who adopted her? How to captive for a week over the New Year? I'm raped and tortured her and then killed her on January. The Third Fred was treated for which had been believed to be inflicted when he dismembered partner from nineteen seventy four to nine thousand nine hundred seventy five to nineteen seventy six seventy seven. Seventy eight seventy nine five more women therese single Haga Shirley Hubbard Genetic Marian Motte Shirley Ann Robinson Alison Chambers met. The same fair is unknown if the was killed in the following years if they hadn't it's improbable but the bodies were buried on the property
"overman" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice
"Because you know one the interesting things you know. We're talking about how we manifest illness from stress and you manifested in the illness and you overcame it and your husband. Hank manifested Elvis. And he did not but there's no right or wrong in either of those experiences right but it wouldn't have catapulted me to be where I am today if he didn't become a part of my expert team from the other side because perfection. Yeah I would've stayed doing the same kind of thing. Not that my life was bad. Not that I was doing anything bad. I was a really good person right like everyday prayed. God please music vessel of your love to share this love and your love to other people. That's what I used to pray every day and now now it's just a little more intensified but but I get it now. I didn't get it then and I had faith thin and now I have a relationship now like there's so much difference it's like don't even know if I'm explaining it well enough but it's night and day difference. I wouldn't be here if all that didn't happen. Wouldn't be doing this well for the listeners. I just want to drive home the fact that regardless of where you are right now if you're suffering from something if you're in the midst of cancer or something serious like that my my guidance in what the streams guidances inside even got into some guidance is really raise your vibration in love. Set your intention toward the best possible outcome. Whatever that is for you and the universe will deliver it and even when one person succumbs and the other person doesn't you see now from Stacey story the beauty of that how. He is serving how she is serving how they are uplifted in it and how it was all everyone's independent journey and it's not for us to judge. It's you telling the story. And I remember reading the story about the last moments of his life and really feeling that and that moment the impact of became out in really really felt that and how magical an amazing that transition is. And it's interesting that you mentioned the hospice nurse you know you have. You had a real open vessel hospice nurse who will say and I think working hospice. You've gotta be like that. You know to to really enjoy dealing with the transition of other people day after day after day not absorbed that in a negative way. You've really got to have a strong interject realm spiritual connection in my opinion to do that for work and it was wonderful that she shared with you that. Hey this is normal. It's normal for the caregiver to have this experience and really validated. What you were experiencing absolutely well and you know it's interesting to Part of that hospice nurse. One day came and my late husband and I were sitting there talking with her. Like we don't want we realize. Us having cancer isn't about us we realize it's about who we can bless and who we can lead by example and there was one day we were having kind of a down day right gets that happens and we were like. We don't want to be going through this for nothing and she goes. You don't realize how many lives you've touched by your sharing your story. And we were in the media constantly and she came to us the next day and she had taken a picture of an article in a picture of us. It was hanging next to a toilet for all places chemotherapy people. We know toilets very well. It was hanging next to someone's toilet that she had just visited because she's there hospice nurse and she said they've had this hanging there for months. Because you inspired their family. That makes me want to cry so when we go through these dark times. It's not about US. It's about how we can serve. And who were touching and what impact we're making as an example to others that's beautiful you know it's funny in my own experience. I you you know enough about me to know that for many many years I kept all of this hidden. I did serve others in a business sense because I used very limited law of attraction teachings to teach a lot of a I kind of specialized I worked in interior design for years and years very high corporate level job and my specialty the way I was so successful in what I did is i. I would encounter a lot of sort of midlife women who are going through divorce and they needed to support themselves you know. Perhaps they win the second income in the household or maybe not working at all and I showed them how to make six figures in that business if they had talent and they could deal with people I could show them how to make at least one hundred thousand dollars a year song furniture in fact my most successful designer made five hundred thousand or so it was it was very very fulfilling on that level but then I got to the point where I realized I can't I can't keep the spiritual side of me hidden any longer. I just couldn't. I always thought I was on the sort of this selfish path because I understood attraction from age six and I understood how to make money and how to how to have nice in my life but it got to a point where I just couldn't not share it anymore. I'm so glad that you do. We're getting to the end of our hour here. So let's take a moment for you to go ahead and share where they can get in touch with you and where they could. Get your book and your workbook. Oh absolutely well you can find my my book and the workbook that goes with the book if you like to have a journal on Amazon. It's angel kisses. No Mark Cancer is the book and the Journal is called Angel. Kisses every day the Journal It's really great to have. You can find that on Amazon. If you are interested in working with me like I would love to book a complimentary call with you and I think David's got the links but it's be it dot L. Y. forward slash book with Stacy Overman and on that page. You'll get gifted my. I like cheat sheet to start healing right away like it's it'll automatically go out once you book your call with me or you can visit me at. Stacey Obermann DOT COM. Thank you David. Very good safety. Thank you so much for being on. It's always fun talking to you and uplifting and just hearing your story over again just brought me right back to your book so go out there and get. Stacey's book get her workbook. Thank you so much for being on and I will talk to you sir. Thank you everyone for listening..
"overman" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice
"And we're back with author of Angel Kisses No More Cancer Stacey Overman. So it's funny Stacey. We've you were talking about ghost. Mind ghosts mine a moment ago. I forgot until you mentioned that. That our mutual friend Liza Wolf and you and I were together on facebook live. I think and we did go stories for Halloween back in two thousand eighteen. I think right. It's been a while. Do you remember that a. Yeah I know we were talking about it and I know. We're going to a yeah. I can't even remember now. There's so much happened. We started doing that. We I think we were going to do a whole show of it. We never got back together. We're all so busy. GotTa do a whole show of it but maybe on this radio show come October twenty twenty. Maybe we'll attention to do. We all have. We all have real stories. I start tapping into the realm. Yeah you tap into all sorts of things until you really learn that okay. I need to be intentional. That was for me. I need to be intentional of what I'm tapping into and I'm going to tap into source. Pure loving right. Oh. Md Well and that was the thing to after that TV show like so many people were asking my husband. Now my husband Larry for us to go on these they would call them ghost investigations and things like that and I really didn't understand the What we were really doing like now. I have so much more respect like. Oh I don't want to call it a ghost hunt rate like no these beautiful souls on the other side. Hopefully they're beautiful sold on the SAP. But you know it it helped me learn spiritual boundaries and. I'm like Nope Mambo. No more like that's not. That's not how I WANNA play. It's it's it's odd but it's just not my thing might be your thing but that's eight if anybody out there you know. We're talking about everybody being able to tap into the energetic round. Because we're all part of it if it's something that you're interested in You know it's important to understand what you're tapping into because I didn't. I didn't go out and get a teacher or coach. I'm a self talk person in every sense of the way I taught myself out of channel and I was. I spent many many years heck decades you know just trying to just just making contact with different things. I never got into anything super negative but I certainly brought some energy into my life. That was not what I would call. Positive wreaked havoc on my life. My household and you'll be experienced things that it was not just me experiencing it. You know other people around but experience it as well so you really do need to be intentional. What you're you're going after and if you're if you feel the love of God source the Djelic Realm. You can't go wrong with that if you're intentional about that you can't go wrong with that but there's also lower vibrational energy out there you absolutely can tap into and you know you see examples of people who are tapped into lower vibrational energy doing horrible things planet. Oh Gosh yeah well and I had I've run into people but you can tell something's like attached to them in a dark sense and all of a sudden. I'm shown woo at age fourteen. They were doing this and I mentioned it to him and their mouth just drops like how did you know? I'm like I didn't. They just told me and it's been wreaking havoc on their entire life. And so yeah it's just not something to play with. It's like there's a Lotta respect care one that's again. We're not your sing earlier you know. We're not taught this stuff in school. Certainly certainly not talk this and most organized religions. We talked the opposite of it. But you know there is positive and negative on every topic and the positive connection to the realm or the energetic realm rather is that it is pure it is original thought it is the source of all creation. And it's available to all of us whether or not you're going to channel it or not is a different story but you know that feeling that connection that intuition that feeling of joy that clarity talk about clarity a lot and sometimes people don't know exactly what I mean but you know what I really raise my vibration. The world suddenly make sense. Because sometimes you know looking at it from a human perspective. It seems senseless following the news. If you're reading about new terrified now of this corona virus and for some reason they think they need all the toilet paper Cosco on all about yeah. I had a friend that posted said they. Everyone's out of Costco out here. Everyone's out of toilet paper tape. Awesome what it was all gone at cost and I said you know it's funny because I believe the universe always takes care of me and I just leave it at that in my other shipment from Amazon or Sharman is a whole case of it sitting in. I shouldn't say shortage. I won't give my address out Ding Ding. And that's the thing too as we were talking to people out of Texas the other day and there's such this fear and they can't get watering they're worried about water from China and I'm like Oh mg like. I get my water from Amazon my high-quality water and like you. I got my teepee from Amazon. It it's just sad. I'm not in that fear mode and that's the difference like are we in the love vibration or are we in the fear vibration and whatever vibration were in is what we're going to attract more of and I'm not getting the Corona Virus Rate Lake. It's Oh my gosh. It's not going to happen. I'm you know what I always says. Stacy's I'm not going to participate. I'm not playing that game spray. The Corona virus. I didn't participate in the great recession. And I'm not going to participate in the next financial crisis. I don't participate in allowing whoever you know sitting in the White House to dictate my happiness or my success in life we get to decide what we participate in in this world. We really do and again. I know you are the same way. My Life is an example of choosing my path and choosing my reality and even when it's not Orthodox still fine the universe always pampers me always always always and I'm not special. That's the thing that I really try to get home. People think well you know you're a channel and you've got this team action you're blast. I saw problems. I still have obstacles blessed and that everyone can be blessed but we make our own blessings vibration. -Ly absolutely when you think you have to go to Costco and buy up all the toilet paper and you're that fear base you're going to manifest something negative in that vibration and it doesn't matter how much toilet paper you have no pun intended. You're going to manifest something negative in your world and and you know what are you a video of somebody that they literally had like a whole. You know how much they eat the year when times alive. So Oh yeah I was asking my husband. I'm like why in the heck is everyone buying up all the toilet paper. What's the DELEO? And he's like well because they're quarantine. They can't leave anywhere for fourteen days and I'm like yeah but Amazon ships like. Oh what's the deal? Front door magical word of mouth. It could be the next day at Amazon. You ever come on show David some love but you know evil. Fear base fear based stuff. I think back to two thousand how White UK was going to kill us all like. Oh my gosh people were buying you know generators and everything and all of a sudden I was thinking to myself wow. I didn't buy a generator. I'm not ready. And the next day we woke up. And I'm like Oh my gosh. We're all fine. Thank you ridiculous. That whole thing was and I didn't do anything whatsoever. I just thought you know whatever will be. I didn't either and sure enough. It was such it was such a joke. But yeah and and you know if it's our time to go it's time to go and I'm okay with that you know it's like I'm okay with that too. I whatever is going to be is going to be. I'm just going to not not be in fear. That's why you know my breakfast that I create is called trust and when you release fear you're able to trust it's it's really about trusting the universe. I E source to deliver everything that you need and it will and even if it seems.
"overman" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice
"I welcome to the stream of David Show. You're probably if you've been listening for these past couple of weeks coming to understand that I have a lot of friends who are channels and a lot of friends who are spiritual leaders. And I'm here today with yet. Another one of those Stacey Overman. Hi Stacy Hello David Super Honor to be here thank you. I'm going to tell you just a little bit about Stacey. You'RE GONNA learn a lot more of her her story and how she helps people and then at the end book kind of really get into some of the things that she's doing specifically to help people out there but she is an angelic spiritual channel and she is the author of Angel Kisses. No more cancer. Which is her book. How long is your book out Now? Oh my gosh you know. It launched April thirtieth last year so almost a year coming up on a year. And it's I wrote a nice little write up for the book. Thought it was lovely and love. How what you and I do come from. Different perspectives from a human perspective. But the alignment. Spiritually is so cool. And I love it when I meet people that we have this synergy among us where we just get it and then we deliver it in a little bit different way but the end result is always the same in. It's always rooted in universal. All right yeah totally. And it's connecting with the divine and all that is right and just aligning with that flow. And it's so funny. How your languages so similar but different than my language. But you're we're each here to attract the right tribe that we speak their language right. They're looking for us. And I just love how. It's so similar but so different in the sense absolutely and you're very rooted in the Djelic Realm and we talk a lot about the energetic realm. Certainly there's a protective you know. Energy consciousness south there That many many many people identify as angels. An you know. It's it's a lovely lovely loving all encompassing energy that I felt my whole life. I don't really identify with it as an angel specifically but I understand exactly what it is when you speak out and it's so amazing it just fills your whole being with that. Love Right. You just can't deny it. It's just amazing and you just you. Yeah you feel taken care of right. And that's I always say that. The Universe always pampers me and that's that pampering energy as a you know everything's GonNa be okay even if it seems like. It's not okay that you're creating a situation that's ultimately going to serve you. Correct that you have to trust right. Yeah so why? Don't we get into your story? How how you sort of came. I Read Your Book and I certainly know you've gone through a lot of things in your life that brought you to this place kind of start and give us how your journey began totally you know. I was raised more in the religious sector and not super fanatical or anything like that but I just had that base as my background. My belief structure my understanding of how things worked and so when. I was diagnosed with breast cancer in the early two thousand. I think it was like two thousand eight. I don't know it's like escaping me. Now I feel like I've had a whole new life since then. But you're holding key some slow. Oh whole new person like I've been reborn retread everything just so awesome. And I went through that diagnosis and and radiation and seven surgeries. And you know when when you when you first have that diagnosis and they're telling you. Wow if you do nothing that you might not live three more years it really rocks your world and too boot. I was already a caregiver of my husband at the time. That was already battling cancer so we went from a household a blended household with three girls him battling cancer now. I'm battling cancer. It was just like. Are you kidding me? God like really like was it not hard enough and so over the next two years as we battled cancer there was things these little nuances that kept happening in both of our life where we would be led to help someone or we would be led to a store or lead to get our haircut somewhere and in the moment it would be like. Oh my gosh. This was like God having us be right there right then because that person needed to hear a message that we were going to channel through for from God from the universe from whoever you believe in and and being on religion you know religious background that made sense to me like I was like. Yeah I'm a vessel of this amazing beautiful love. Well fast forward as I started to get better from my own journey in cancer world. My husband was getting worse and so right about. He was almost turning forty four. He was forty three and he went on hospice so I was not working as much we were home and I just would not leave his side. We lived in this three story house and nothing would make shadows going across the window unless it was a bird flying and he's taking a nap and all of a sudden out of the corner of my eye because I'm working on my laptop sitting next to him in the bed I see beings start lining up around our bed and I knew and knowing within me three of them were loved ones of his family that had passed onto the other side. And we're already in heaven and all of a sudden. Two of the beings were huge. Am I just knew that they were angels now? I freaked out totally freaked out because this is nothing that I've ever been taught. I didn't know that you could see this kind of stuff. When I looked directly at it it disappeared. I experience seeing things or perceiving things from the energetic realm that you can recall well at that moment yes because my actual first experience was going into seventh grade and I had a little sister that passed away at seventeen months old and I had seen her about a month after she had passed. But it freaked my mom out and I like shove that down and I almost like even forgot nor that stuff. Yeah and that's the coolest to me. That's the coolest part of being human is that we are connected to the energetic realm. It's all around us all the time and when you're a little kid. My first is age six. I saw my grandfather after he passed away. And I've never forgotten it and always kept self and I'm glad that I did because I would have had the same experience probably. Yeah well it scared me in an upset. My mother and I was like Oh. I don't want to upset my mom like she's already going through stuff already like I don't WanNa do that. So yeah so here. I am an adult and I'm experiencing this and I am freaking out and I'm emailing my oncologist nurse and thank God. She was at the Nurses Station. She replied right back and she says this is common for caregivers to experience seeing things like this when your loved one is about to go transition to the other side and I am just like what is going on. And so when he wakes up. I didn't say anything except bed. Did you see or experience anything while you were sleeping? Did you have any dreams and I kid you not David? He named the three family members that I knew were there he says. Wow they were talking with me. And I'm like wow mind blown totally mind blown now. Mind you after this leak there. Everything kind of settled down until he passed away and then after he passed away. Everything amped up and I'm like more ambient please more wine please. I don't know what to do with this stuff. I don't know it's funny as you tell this story it's really. I'm having a cool experience just hearing this. Because you're telling the story I'm visualizing my mind is I'm sure everybody listening is and I get this really strong physical response to my body. I think I've told you this before where he left. His left. Side of my body is positive in the right side is negative and the left side of my body is just jolting right now as your story. Yes yes yes yes yes. It's so cool and I got goosebumps every time I share it. It's just like Oh my Gosh. I feel like the an angelic realm and my loved ones on the other side. They're just like so excited. Because I'm reliving this and I'm letting people know.
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"overman" Discussed on Trumpcast
"To defense lawyers who still puzzle me. I didn't go to law school but I was enchanted. I think like a lot of young people with Clarence Darrow's book attorney for the damned and it did seem in the heyday of well kind of scopes type or sort of progressive under represented seemingly sort of morally compromised in a Christian idiom a conservative world by the moral majority of figure like scopes. You just thought I would be able to defend him and humiliate some parochial Jokiel superstitious William Jennings Bryan and I can imagine you know someone like Dershowitz coming up with that same idea of romance but to call the devil's advocate is not quite right or to say he's attorney for the damned. I mean you know he likes to take these unpopular clients but so everybody wanted to work for O._J.. Get Part of the O._J.. GRAVY train everybody you know even surprising as you say bill bar seems willing to be a pit bull or life of Mr Trump we've seen plenty the of mcgann and so forth like willing to get their reputation in tatters for him but in any case it's not as though they're just scoundrels or their noble people who no one will defend. I mean how defense attorneys Dahlia lift is that this too turned into not just defending the accused but actively looking for loopholes durshwitz has this thing about if you can get an abortion than sex with you is not rape and that's what he's now saying about fifteen year old girls it's almost as though he's like Scouting Territory Tori in the law for criminals. Where can we find as they say in business white space exploit for you and what it how does that happen because you you were idealistic? You must have been drawn a little bit to the Clarence Darrow figure in fact. I used to think prosecutors where the bad guys Ya. That's actually true true. That was the mindset I had when I went to law school and this is probably not going to be a good topic to <hes> to close on let's get through. I'm glad you said to cause because I'm basically how did I see the idealism in that. Look you taking on a reviled client now now. Now I do think Dershowitz gets has over gets over starry about the romance of this and you know there's a vanity there and it's the same kind of vanity and they just want him in the action which is my best guess about why he does it but he's doing a crappy job when you make crappy arguments like that but the sense taking on a reviled the most revived client and making the most tenuous but you know the laws that which is plausibly asserted and boldly coldly maintained. I mean the argument I find completely consistent with the idealism in the in the law so I'm skipping that that way it's just the arguments you're a two things about with. That's a really crappy argument that will subject his client to complete contempt as it should and to yeah there is something a little weird going on with their wins that all his swashbuckling adventures seem to involve especially you know ah sexually despicable people but you know I don't see it as an A little bit leopold so he didn't darrow defend Logan Leopold. I believe so but those that's certainly only example what we're what we're talking about. Maybe closer to yeah he did <hes> those are maybe closer to someone who would have been Dershowitz clients rich rich boys who wanted to be above the law so narrow wasn't best. He wasn't just with the lepers but also it. It's he's Dershowitz. Come pretty far. You're not just anyway from leprosy calmly doing that <hes> ridiculous as a lawyer that's bad but it's is not simply because he defends reviled p okay. I like that because I just WanNa push this and keep talking about religion. I'll also say I do think there's a little little bit with him. Reading this profile hadn't realized quite how Orthodoxy grown up quite a few kosher at in law school and so on it seems sometimes like he's putting an era of one of those a little wires around the communities of these very rich men where they're allowed to break the law in this specific place that he that Dershowitz has cut out for them like like like eating pork and Chinese restaurants exactly yeah you have the Chinese restaurant exception all right last question and just go to town on this I have I found you know periodically one sort of hate one figure in the trump orbit more than others and I tossed and turned over Manafort for two years I think but now it's bar I just that guy. I can't as you say I can't fathom how he changed but I didn't know him before but how not even worrying about his obituary anything anything. How did he bring himself to use the word collusion that press conference to misrepresent the work of Bob Muller so much that it was like a desecration secretion now that we know that Muller is not the totally robust thinker he once was like most of us he will in his seventies? He's seeing some some decline. It just seems even more surprising that bar would run run roughshod over the results of you know a very carefully rendered if imperfect affect document and <hes> and do everything he could to fit it into a trump tweet and what the hell yeah how how this is a question of some honest pain <hes> for me. Let me just say my you know <hes> circle of Hell Public Academy number two or even one is not easy but Mitch McConnell but but it's totally fair question on <hes> bar because on top of everything else I am here to tell you I worked with him. Strong stand up smart funny yet. You know good guy in a <hes> in a in a sort of you know want want him in the foxhole which I guess he's got into the wrong foxhole but I've thought deeply about this has for all all the reasons you say so you know I think of two hypotheses for I find no possible defense of my much admired previous boss that it's his own that he thinks he's telling the truth. I find I find that not possible so he's lying and that's a really serious thing to say and I have two hypotheses. It's been a combination one is he's a partisan. You know that's that was my explanation for the ill advised <hes> opinion writer but it's just I you know there are people I know I know you know three or four people whom I respect whose argument for Supporting Trump is oh my God yeah I know he's incredibly disgusting guide but I want you know cavanaugh and low taxes and and and will be okay and if you take that to the you know ultimate. It's just like Mike you WanNa you know then then you're you want Republicans so and that's one and then there's the the somewhat higher brow version of that which is and I know this to be true. He really does believe deeply in executive. Power sees it as the great <hes> advance of the Constitutional Convention Invention <hes> you know has kind of devoted his life to it you know and we're at a period now where very much because of trump himself <hes> there's a distinct possibility as say there was after Watergate of Oh real weakening of the institutional power of the executive branch those kinds kinds of reforms or an impeachment might have that effect and he sees itself as fighting as a broader institutional battle on behalf on the overall power of the executive but you know neither is faintly excusable. It seems I mean I mean in general for him and all the actors we have things playing out onto levels wanna sort of raw practical one Nancy Pelosi will it be good for the Democrats rats to go impeachment. Will it be how will it be for the people in the moderates in red districts and those kinds of inquiries and then there's just the my God <hes> you know the sort of moral moment that were at and the I know this is kind of of <hes> you know fuddy-duddy idiot or goody goody <unk> but you know how can you really not take stock of it and and respond in some way to the far deeper challenges and affronts to democratic institutions so far is one who's come up with an answer to that question one thing I do not think it is. I don't think think he like many other. Figures has just been cowed by trump. I I still can't believe that in which of course in some ways is worse but I also I've tried hard to think of the argument why it's just a really principled political intellectual disagreement and I can't again there so that Israel so those of us. Maybe everyone who is taken sort of an interest in Jeffrey Epstein on the side of this has tracked attract this weird it's like we for so long followed or I did Stanley on Dunham and and Barack Obama senior and thinking like that as the trajectory of American Life Life right like how how fascinating that Hawaii was and then you know getting to New York and Harvard and so on <hes> but now we have other lives that were sort of tracking other twentieth century lies and Bars Father Donald Barr gave Jeffrey Epstein his first break at prestigious Dalton school and that is the kind of odd ominous story that leads to bear stearns which of course collapsed and some figure ace Greenberg whose son went to Dalton the only reason to evoke at least how kind of Byzantine this is is is to point out that there is. I'm having to admit to myself a kind of Overman class here where you know you're Jeffrey Epstein and somehow you're a hustler from coney island with no education and Somehow Donald Bard whose later fired for you know being authoritarian authoritarian essentially adult falls in love with or decides is some kind of galaxy brand and he needs to hire him and then ace Greenberg makes the same decision at bear stearns earns and he's enabled right and left and less Leslie Wexner and so on and then I feel like bar inherits from his father who converted to Catholicism. I don't know what that was about up. He inherited from his father and idea of a kind of overman that they're these certain people and Dershowitz argues us to essentially who get to live in a special L. space bars own work was about you know how he needed to be this kind of grueling disciplinarian unless it came to you know Libertine Jeffrey Epstein who you know he led do anything he wanted and then we have barred kind of making the same case unitary executive that we just need these extremely powerful leaders especially if as they are Donald Trump yes but now he's thought it through. I think you're totally right. It's kind of you know since we're. I'm being completely pretentious in this whole conversation but I I'm call it kind of a neat she and view some intellectual pedigree but the interesting thing is look think about Don mcgann. We you know we've we've. I've we've always posited there. Were Establishment Republicans who sort with trump temporarily but understood that trump was an idiot and they would eventually eventually think about their own future like mcgann who would be such a valuable witness because he wouldn't burn his bridges and those guys are kind of meritocracy and then I mean the thing about trump and his immediate circle as they really are good fellow types not simply because they're criminals but also because they they ain't got the class. Ask people don't respect trump or never did before he he doesn't have even the Jeff Epstein traditional achievements. He's you know he's he's really considered vulgar lger and low class which is in that way of looking at it but but but somehow part of his triumph though it doesn't seem to satisfy personally he seems to have an insatiable insatiable hunger Ford is he has co-opted a fair part of this cohort of professional establishment in a way achievement Republicans who do his bidding even though it they it may well not serve their long-term interests of them I think can you feel bar son of two professors and a you know he's he's got the you know he said thoughtful <hes> person with if and when an intellectual worldview which is much more than you can say for you know most of the rascals around trump and trump himself unless you you know it's just brand building..
"overman" Discussed on Trumpcast
"Best that it seems that the ones that have strong moral fibre can do is uh-huh retire Rex Tillerson or Kelly exercise that twenty-fifth amendment are just do something that puts a stake in the ground while you're there so let me ask you so. What do you think about this because when they leave now we find out you know a a minute after Kelly's gone. We know that there's on top of everything not just a dishonest sky but a madman right a toad doesn't know the first thing about anything has the codes but what's it in you know in five years. We'll these CRAYTON's be crawling rolling out in saying oh I was really against them all the while and I knew how bad he was the Paul Ryan phenomenon the vast apparatus and the Republican Party say yes yes. We really need to have a lot of work to do to rebuild our democratic institutions screw you for helping. But how do you think it's GonNa look in in histories aw blends okay you were talking about people's immortal souls or this secular version of that how how they'll sort of answer the truth or feel about truth on their deathbeds and there are three people who've sort of made it clear that this is a genuine concern for them. One is Michael Cohen and his testimony that I thought it was extremely interesting interesting the second time he testified when he had that moment and this is in the news now but he had that moment with Elijah Cummings. I'm sure you remember having said you know the I way that he broke with Donald Trump is on the grounds that he's a racist and Michael Cohen is complicit as he can be with the organization action with the campaign with the Finance Chair of the Republican National Committee so he's his switch is absolute and it was very difficult and he's in jail for it anyway anyway racist so he said you know he was from this. Holocaust surviving family and how would he ever make it up to them that he had Dr Racist and Mark Meadows had a little showdown. I don't WanNa get distracting but this is back in the news because Mark Meadows is trying to tell us the booth trump and Elijah Cummings are not racist as if Elijah Cummings needed Israel to 'em and anyway so he hit a little showdown with meadows and then <hes> finally at the end you know alleged cummings was meant to give the get the last word right and he and hardy absolved meadows his racism 'cause he's father confessor alleged cummings. He's running and forgive me and then. And he told Michael Cohen and I'm feeling sentimental because I've just been thinking about car Moore's but he told him you know maybe this didn't happen to you. It happened for you and maybe you will learn something from this and I think Cohen's is almost filled with tears. You know he's paying if not quite the last full measure of devotion you you know for several years in jail for as he calls it lion from Mr Trump and he is having a reckoning and that was very interesting although the people above him which it was the whole reason for his reckoning are not no I know and clearly I mean he might spend his whole time nursing his wounds and planning revenge against the others that didn't suffer or trump then though Rudolph Guiliani and the New Yorker said you know. Is it going to be on his tombstone. I lied for Mr Trump Allied for trump he's worried too and and <hes> and then I should say Felix Sater. You know this is the most I've been waiting for his efflorescence to just break all over for a week. It hasn't quite happened Giuliani now. I'm wigging out a little and getting extravagant but he I mean the whole group. Look like sort of you know Egan Sheila Fantasy Equa corrupt pay with sharp teeth and nasty. I mean it looks like a kind of <hes> portrait of of a secular hell. Yes he got Sheila. I hope I have listeners caught that. That is the first time we've got not mentioned on the show in fantastic. I'm I'm really glad it's funny. Because you know the weeks march on and you have these either stories or crises do something DISA- man of love is Ratcliffe flying the you know now the what's Nadler's petition going to add to but we don't take much time except I guess in you know no in dining rooms and bars to like take three steps back and like what the fuck is happy you know living glass of us have on our minds the long long Connie Bruck profile of Ellen Dershowitz this week so you're a prosecutor but what it what has emerged in this time to me is the the enormous number of people who as Michael Cohen says you know life of Mr Trump said they lie for other people. That's their job right you know and Bulelani lies for Mr Trump and and Alan on Dershowitz lies for Mr Trump how do you let's say when lawyers go down different paths so you're in law school and when you go to defense criminal defense it's like a Koan or ultimately Giuliani started as a prosecutor and now I don't know what he does T._v.. Lawyer you start wanting to do the fireworks on television and the sort of defensive civil liberties or the fundamentalism about civil liberties that just tilts into libertinism and decadence. I mean it's really crazy. Now you know to see Alan Dershowitz saying the fifteen year old girl should that's not considered rape however old the the guy that could be consensual or isn't at least defacto octo- or de jure a rape so I guess my point is weird it. All these people come from people that would hoddle around Epstein or O._J.. Simpson people who just would lie to the end for other people or accountants that Fudge Steph or all these figures these enablers blurs that enable you know the illegitimate part of our culture and our our government and our financial system I just I've been astounded to see how many people have been making their livings lying for other people yeah well. We're they come from the flame was there in the president of the United States is inherently has flame and they are moths to it and I think that's the explanation for Dershowitz. I mean I'm very I strongly of the view. You know that lawyers a we we should not impugn lawyers for whom they choose to represent her. What are what arguments they make sort of in you know in general never and also I'll say that there should woods has has almost had this psychological proclivity for for for representing unpopular and if you think about it sexual in some way I remember he made his name with with pornography? I find that completely unexceptionable etcetera but Dershowitz though I've really had a very strong dispute going I've debate him several times now and he's taken. I truly bankrupt ridiculous legal positions that only one other person as far as I know is even advanced. He's come up in this podcast so so far it is Rudy Giuliani flip in anything and Dershowitz his views for sort of eminent although he's not a constitutional lawyer have been ridiculous Gillespie and at least one explanation for them have been the you know the desire to be to have a new O.. J. and B. Close to power. Obviously he's got <hes> he's a he's a psychologically complex. <hes> <hes> fellow I don't want to you know I I've heard his defense of the of the the charges that the model made and I think it would be very unfair to convict him of those without more but my brief with him is all about his really bankrupt grubbed intellectual pro-trump positions and how does he come to take them. I it's hard to believe that there are good faith assessment of the marriage so now now we have again part six a of the phenomenon of people being corrupt when they get around Donald Trump's sometimes because he's president sometimes times you know because of the force of his personality there are different versions of it but man as you say it's a long long line of willing victims uh-huh. I mean these these guys you know Bill Bar may well. I don't have this. It was kind of funny. I don't have this home air view where I care what people say about me after I'm dad you know but they this is what they are going to say about him. After his dad this formerly universally respected guy that that he was he was just just a political doormat full as the attorney general of the United States for for president trump who would have thought that he would have been different to that. This episode of trump cast is sponsored by luminary. 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"overman" Discussed on Trumpcast
"I I am often absolutely possessed of the conviction that at least the worst of them on Fox News and in Congress than you know Devon Nunez and Ratcliffe Finra and Sean Hannity no to a moral certainty that he's lying all the time you know it sounds pious but really how do you sleep nights. It feels Sara Mitch McConnell it feels deeply corrode and morally and we don't live in a place where you and I have to worry about our podcast but we do live in a place ace and arguably Solzenitsyn those didn't starting from around the seventies but we do live in a place where you know we there are ways to be <hes> complicit and you know even in a whatever you think about <hes> divine retribution it yells crappy to be investing in <hes> in in something that you know is is false intriguing American people with contempt I mean there is a basic part of the trump project that really does seem to me to be treating his base with contempt calling out their worst angels and line to them about what he provides but I just mean the straight out factual. You know well it it. It does personally. I would feel like crap if I were working for that kind of that administration you know I'd worked with Bill Barr who was an honest straight up guy and I knew him to be a a rock rib conservative as you say there's no getting around around when he came out and characterize the Miller report that it was fall. You know that was that assessment. Just stand up. He had to know it a and you know a to bill. I mean absolutely does everyone who comes into this. Guy's orbit get ruined whether it's whether you're people have strength ranks or not and maybe there are different hypotheses. This episode is brought to you by Ernest listeners can get one hundred dollar cash bonus when.
"overman" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"But truthfully, if they had had indication would have had to have reported that just is some first thing is about thinking about the overall operations of the market. The second thing that I would say is that the issue of research? I mean, it's it's it is simply the number one error that most people make which is a failure to either do research or to only do a limited amount of research before investing. That's one of the key takeaways is that any time, you're. Getting into something do as much research as possible. But what my point was in the earlier thing is that it's quite possible that you could have spent a couple of weeks doing research and not uncovered that this company was going to fail that you may have seen that there's a probability of that, you know, that it was somewhat high. But because the share price did not collapse before the announcement. It tells me that everybody was in the same boat. Any any thoughts about that? I miss anything. Speaking fully agreements, you name it industries faces his tyrez studies. So I think I have in mind an overview some years ago that about seventy seven percent of face sweeps that his fatal so tender was speaking the the include high risk, and they are too many others will be like in the casino. Nothing. The ball goes through the landside onto their or black sun. That's fine. The and I also eat we naturally companies will be information beforehand known point was that. And that's that was clearly my that are more a good information at all the information of the potential of that why of the sheriff wise is that set. Then to risk to the potential. Let's say logs on hand after that. I was reading. That I couldn't squad. Why is that so face Smith's on his risque? Let's let's check again. No one point is that he believed Genoa tend to a woo Overman. You the positive information and to? Yup. And I would just add in one more thing is that if a person a listener was so inclined to invest in this type of a company where there is a binary outcome either. It's going to pass or it's gonna fail and as you said seven hundred ten fail the strategy to reduce the risk is try to buy ten of them. So knowing of it seven of them are gonna fail but the three they'd pass are gonna fly in. So that's one way to handle this type of risks. Maybe I can ask you based upon what you learn from this story, and what you continue to learn what one action would you recommend our listeners take to avoid suffering. The same fate mine recommendations, I would say that a man launching given the coins are was talking about before one thing is, of course, to get all information project to turn the valley will their information about risks. And won't you said before is clearly a learning. For me divide you risks are investing in in several assets. So at frankly, speaking, I or lady did so at that time, so that particular shears not my only investment at the same time. Our investors is in in two other shares of from to pump in the end in the hence caftans was it has also banks that. And the other two shares warm was bloated. Also van we are available. Lost years and one was that was completely the other way you're on. That was kind of phone end angel is all ended stealing phone for a angel. So I didn't lose money again. Invest several share. And so this is a good idea. Yeah. That's a great point. And the the the point is is it in this podcast. We kind of focus in on one narrow thing of a risk in a particular stock. But you've got it. Right. It the risk is ultimately about your overall portfolio. You're gonna win some you're gonna lose some you wanna try to manage that risk. So that you end up winning over the long run there, you have it listeners another story of loss to keep you winning to find more stories like this previous episodes and resources to help you reduce your risk. Visit my worst investment ever dot com..
"overman" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Apology posted on instagram twitter apology overman had a great line about this he said that apology was so long it could be a series on net really good line so so there you go for that mikkelsen also apology yes opponents four days late is four days after the tournament is that a little too late for the apology care i don't know i'm still struck by the fact that no tour player has come out and condemn phil mickelson at all none zero the europeans have taken a harder line but most people are just saying made them laugh that's right if the same thing mickelson said yeah how can you not laugh their three rules that everybody knows and you can't break one is you can't cheat on your score to as you can't move the ball before you hit it and three is when the ball's moving you cannot touch it also know bare feet so there are a lot of software golfers can game the rules with where they take drops how they take relief i want to know more about his investments because it came out that he invested in a drone delivery or ice cream stand in san diego and i think this apology comes directly from he bought he bought in he bought into throrny delivered ice cream thirty stores it's automated frozen yogurt that's what we have it's i don't know present company but if it's that concept he also in jeter people order your frozen yogurt through the thing that's what he's into san diego based i wouldn't he also has i'm not a guy i don't go to atm's i'm not i'm not going to go to something some store there's no human beings an eat the form not gonna eat the food come over cross street chatree food here human beings make human being served would you become at a supermarket where it just scans you and then take money from that you don't have to check out or anything like that it's ganji deter account which was there for you for the thing was there any any bit of a jr smith filter it was like okay another few days i'm going by and i realize no one believes the explanation i originally provided i'm just gonna come clean i don't know i don't i like everything leave it there was just a rule that gave him a better option in terms of taking but his claim that day i was like i didn't want to have to play it from down there so i just you know he he was the fine as he was gaming the system set it was strategic personnel that he can convince himself of any compulsive he also desperately wants in and out franchise which is which has strong connections now brought to scott once the in and out breath maybe let enough money to buy that they but they have to grant him they're very they're like chickfila they're very religious guarded both yet religious guarded about franchise so the path alternate wanted to grow grow fast so you're thinking he's apologizing to look like more of a moral force for the university under percent yet okay wow that's interesting i had no idea over over in very critical elements written by somebody else junk alyssa vetch kin nikki backstrom have weighed in on the departure of their head coach of brian trots as he leaves the team after they win the stereo up gets buried short fact check aw said ovechkin on at the nfl woods on wednesday night show what i say nfl same thing roughly the same thing off talk about wanting to automate great memories great town what happens in vegas stays in leg but stanley cup stay with us whatever so it's pretty cool and then talking about trump's he said it's when happened the right away you know first of all thanks for him to be with us to give a chance to win cup all of what he did was only for team not for personnel wise but i am pretty sure he will be fine.
"overman" Discussed on My Black Friend
"By the left now these scum pretend to be outraged by your tweet what the fuck deebo they're crazy fucking people in this world this me why are they my friend yeah good question because i can't deal out immediately block muscle what else did i write down for today we've been going i got up late on a fucking school night it's an hour and eleven minutes he well let's do one more thing i got a movie recommendation for you and then we'll get out of here shoot so actually got to but they're along the same lines the first one i'm going to tell you if you haven't already watched tebow get under net flicks and watch game over overman that ain't is at the is that is that our yes workaholics movie it is the movie made by the three guys from mahal ix did they're they're not it's not extenuation of the work hollick show in anyway but they're very similar characters i mean they're they select the same and it's a three them they work in a hotel people the hotel getting taken hostage and they take it upon themselves to try to be the heroes to save everybody do great fucking movie i wholeheartedly endorse it it's great i'm gonna go and giveaway one piece of it that intrigue me if you ever want to see adam devine's penis this is the movie for you this is the movie for me so sounds like i'll be doing commentary for this.
"overman" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"But before we were tragically running out of time no i tend to ramble i did want to ask you know when keith overman said that you know unfortunate thing about eminem eminem eminem rap was the first the freestyle was the first hip hop he'd ever appreciated you made a two hundred song playlist five in the morning but here's the twist and this is where i wanna ask you about you didn't actually put any rap songs on it not one i don't believe there's one actually hip hop on all the kind of everything leading to it so i thought that was profound and i can certainly guess what you were getting there but real quick what what was the thinking there well most of the sagren of of my partners that pen door i used another streaming service to make this this list and my whole goal was to take him to the beginning and i figured okay because if you're a you'll probably i have to take you back to at least when you're in your twenties and the early seventies to to bring him to why hip hop is where it is right now so my plan was and i was still execute a thorough list of kind of a a time line of music so i decided to put in the the break beats emma soul music that caused africa been biden in cool her work to spend these records at parties which will then you know my next part would have been sort of a later period of of the seventies that leads into early like i literally wanted to take him through the brilliance of why it's such a work of art which is so hard i think i think the i think at the end of the day it's like there's a riot about disolve donald glover or they said that you know the the atlanta can't receive the the amount of accolades that atlanta should be getting for season two isn't harley enough like you know this is this is.
"overman" Discussed on High and Mighty
"We've lash know nate lang's whipple was that wild when you saw him though yeah he's not plugging anything ever or no one knows what he's up to like as thrilling as seeing like rob hubel as annoying cellphone man knowing cell phone man in like two thousand and two in that commercial because now it becomes so commonplace to see people you know and stuff but it's like if it's a comedy you're expecting it right but that movie i'd like one hundred in captain america exactly yeah when i saw that happen to see that with rogers arizona we had no idea and we were just like laying that the had just like vape in the parking lot and all of a sudden screen and i was like and it's like an apple store see clinton guys in arizona screaming about this dude although i did just go to a movie premiere for game overman now on netflix but it was really fun because clearly all the actors were there or oh yeah and anytime like someone came up on screen certain section of the audience would clap even like i have a one minute scene maybe forty seconds unit and when it came on like my manager and lawyer who were like scatter are better friends with me than the rest of the cat like i felt like the four claps and it was really a fun environment to be in whereas like oh i guess that guy who just had that happened to him his family is sitting.
"overman" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Let me stop you for a second how would i consume a peptide is it a pill is it a powder is an injection do you know i don't know i don't know i do know that it is it helps you in recovery time well gee where all right so a lot of pitchers it's typically formulated for raw materials imported from china the interesting thing is it's not a controlled substance so anybody can go online and order some peptides and it's not a legal is it banned by baseball's of now it is banned by baseball it is not banned for purchase so anybody can go out and and get this is the new creating this is the new creativity exactly right and i thought it was interesting i just happened to see overman last night on and by the way i know he's like political guy and all that stuff advani baseball overman is great unbased and let me say this about him to as local sportscaster was absolutely fantastic let me say this too about him he is just kuku i mean he is joe crazy crazy mason in ireland stories of all time oh that's so funny yeah we're doing a we're doing a show and we were speaking we're just talking to why down there being vegan yup and you said we don't you said keith olbermann was doing commercials for calls junior burgers boston mark boston market you said i don't respect keith olbermann because he's doing commercials for boston market gap anyway vegan and i went well phil jackson does ads for audi doesn't drive in addy.
"overman" Discussed on High and Mighty
"Not to watch something sometimes you know what i mean like you turn on your tv and it's like the trailer is playing and you're like oh how do i get this just starts and you're like fine survive on your laziness get can't find the remote i'll just watch another episode i told i told my wife i wonder how many people are watching game over mitt because game overman is a hard are violent fund comedy like right in my wheelhouse of what the kind of shit i i like to watch but that's not something you want auto starting in like but i that was a weird afternoon so i thank tree city fan for shouting that out all right one last one last review as i stalled see if this jackhammers done wp pro sixty nine says get an inhaler by far the best podcasts of fatman struggling for breath java the gut great nickname is the candidates smelled bad and snored when he was awake but everyone pretended to like so he wouldn't eat them okay listening to four episodes day at least jesus christ that's upsetting that's a lot of time that's a lot of free time i always hear about people who are like i listen to x amount of hours of podcast day i'm like that seems a natural and they're like i work like sort of solitary with headphones on and i'm like oh that makes more sense for like coders or people who like dog walkers people who are just out and about get a dog walker how can you write code and listen to a podcast i can't do anything when people are talking you know what i mean i can do menial task.
"overman" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"The happen so keith olbermann that he tweets out after twenty seven years of doubts about rap i am now an eminem fan best political writing of the year period eminem 2020 so he tweeted that out of he's he's endorsing in for president yes how many twenty so he said it was the best political speech of the year but it was the intro of his the to tweet after twenty seven years of doubts about wrap 'em now and eminem fan people didn't like that but it day attacked overman on twitter you cannot attack rap it's not acceptable to not be a rap them so people were like problem is dismissing hiphop when you desire political commentary and music when it's the most political art form there is a i wish someone defending olbermann durban decade's worth of rappers who'd been making bold political statements that's the origin of rap smh is smh that's not shaking my head okay that's right the and then someone i get the keith olbermann issue but can we not pretend that the majority of political rap isn't of crash attacking him like their third what date you're not allowed to i guess over means a white guy and he's saying that he's not a fan of rap so they were offended by that is basically like at it proves that you can't say anything offended by mediators hack he he was a great he was praising annan an still people found a way to turn that into an insult and something to be offended over doubted twenty seven years of statements in rap music but eminem won you over in a few minutes okay and then you'd rather hera white guy fake wrap about however ones racist over decades of black guys wrapping stream is has nothing to do with race however they think fit any time you get into these things tom it is a they it it does look the nfl has become a race debate when they're just talking about standing for the national anthem right yes and why does it have to be that's the thing i mean these people.
"overman" Discussed on Louder With Crowder
"And there were so many to wade through is let's pick about the five major ones of course the buzzfeed cnn pissing russian prostitutes that hassle make it and therefore is the funniest thing that we've ever heard in our lives after we that hill attorneys out that they're about to break the actual tape and trump goes on twitter and he's like i'm getting it out thursday water sports i was raised at a cdu okay i think i i took a really bad earned this this won't make air force if so what was saying before this was talking about donald trump l overman yet derailed by the p j r i dot know what i'm saying some of what was negative nakajima is really important so all we were going to the false russia's time on story and there are so many we just had to pick some that we were okay these are the most egregious right offenses i think if you're going to do that time do refresher on it even six months from now let alone a year this one more even be a blip on the radar i think it's one of the biggest stretches from the left's the media that we've seen and i also don't think that it just so happens to coincide with one of the worst weeks for ratings in american television yeah i mean i think this one eight hands what what happens next right i mean if turns out that there is no further collusion no further contacts then it'll just be a point of contention enrage from the left sort of like benghazi was for us to gortat and the media ignored it and it turned out that they just wasn't a great motivator i think that that that could definitely be even even though there was more substance to benghazi than the rest of us sure that those emails are are are really not good the fact that it says directly in the mail russian government lawyer and part of russia's effort to help mr trump that is more substantive than the p tape buzzfeed crap so it's not new elect claim fake news when trump jr dropped the emails himself was it is but that doesn't mean trump donald trump president great now you agree with us of course i agree that it doesn't go directly to trump but it is true that that.