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"pech" Discussed on Daily Crypto Report

Daily Crypto Report

03:51 min | Last month

"pech" Discussed on Daily Crypto Report

"It's 8 a.m. eastern December the 26th and this is your daily crypto report Bitcoin is up slightly at $16,856, Ethereum is down slightly $1219 and binance coin is down slightly at $243. The hashrate for Bitcoin dropped 30% due to the Arctic storm in the U.S. as thousands of homes and businesses across the nation were without power. It's a big issue because the U.S. accounts for the biggest share of Bitcoin's global hash rate, at least 37%, major mining firms released statements and plans detailing their work to help stabilize the electrical grid. Defrost finance is seen its total value locked on the protocol dropped to less than a $100,000 from about $13 million, the firm said it was hacked on December the 23rd, though blockchain security firm, pech shield says they've heard otherwise suggesting that a rug pull took place. It's still unclear and the team was active on social media after the funds disappeared that goes a bit against the grain for a traditional rug pull. After the funds drained out of defrost finance, the team took to Twitter to give details about how the so called hack took place in response DeFi yield said it conducted an audit of defrost finance a year ago and highlighted the smart contract vulnerability used in the hack. They tweeted that they also felt like it was a rug pull, though notably the $13 million is much less than the $95 million that was in the protocol earlier this year, crypto investors lost over 2.8 billion to rug pulls, according to chain analysis. That's a 41% increase over 2021. Well, I suspected North Korean hacker made over $350,000 from a thousand stolen NFTs, the wallet address associated with this respected North Korean APT group stole more than a thousand NFT from victims in phishing attacks and made 300 eth, according to slow mist. Bitcoin companies have closed out the year with over $4 billion in debt after a borrowing spree in 2021, afforded that sits with core scientific, which has already filed for chapter 11 protection. The second hardest hit is marathon digital, but marathon is reportedly not in danger of going bankrupt. And finally, a block away customers accusing the retail facing mining firm of breach of contract negligence and fraud and asking for at least $250,000 in damages the customer in question experienced prolonged downtime and inoperability due to lack of power which they say caused a loss of revenue, block wear, CEO, mason japp said we disagree with all statements and claims. This 1 may be settled in courts. That's all for us today, visit us a daily crypto report dot IO for sources and links and listen to us everywhere else you podcast under daily crypto report. All right. Hey everyone, I'm doctor Jennifer Lincoln board certified o-b-gyn and you may know me from social media where I spend a lot of my time educating about everything reproductive health. This podcast is called, let's talk about down there, and that's what I'm doing. I am talking about down there with no shame, no stigma, a lot of fun and a lot of education. And why? Because when we talk about these things, we educate and we empower ourselves. Call in, leave a question and know that it's okay to have questions about your body and we're going to answer them. Ever wonder if they were listening to you? So did Al Franken. Yep, that Al Franken. He was just on our podcast impersonating his former Senate colleagues in the name of privacy. What the heck with Adam Levin will make you feel more chill about the until things had happened. Online and off with easy to understand tips to make your life a little less hackable. Join us as we look at the ways people get scammed and hacked. What the heck with Adam Levin is.

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"pech" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

The Celtic Exchange Podcast

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"pech" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

"Yeah so that that could be something and you have no trouble seek in terms of you just know. We're going to get rich in a moment. Just after mccarthy's fell on mccarthy as one no celtic. What was your taking the first goal a again. It's you know people saying you're dangerous and to approve. Know just as good that eight football. He's an on a about school supplies number here. That's why we is well and up and just cleaned it. And he's pfeiffer sex if i'm bob ages from a subject pfeiffer sex before but not because he's he's a machine and the ad is because he he teams his correctly he comes up by twenty should so cut it to him. Farley forgetting to go in yet was more good what you're very dangerous close and one no celtic and at that point you can walk sat line. We'll we'll find our feet maybe to know before halftime however would do that thing we show many teams do in football as as amazement at teams that see after school and mathon harden less than two minutes is one each comes from this. Desktop heating of the high place. I temple is supposed to be playing because the dna to nikki could possibly through that was always amount available for them with nordenham yards which is to get yards pech the that so am it was pure per tackle from royston and the guys got access to cross the bowl these and then what each. Yeah so when the get us those things at play that israel confrontation thing. First and foremost is you know not starting eleven but that's just guys switched off in la demographic who would again. Yeah before you know you've done all your good walk in space so we'll see one hundred and twenty six Have about on after we've done at the chance to go in front again and they say unless unless there's a guy seriously short a conference it was good work in the left again by your coupled the pro to tabata. He's got under control. Screw across a face ago and became see is the put over the ball. I think i thought. I think he was almost lane over the ball and a conference is one thing just you know. Let's let's be choice striker and infamy. She got in the in the window there which left up top. Nobody should descend to shake us when jack. Marcus no good enough another. Obi just get zero depth sale oblivion bunk. Because i need to call them for something. We'll throw that amongst other things. Hopefully he's going soon. Sicklets story Yet by the game saw Back back by And then celtic stop coughing off. I thought tell me you're taking. There was a clear and stuff so in the edge box that if you get them into my frustration he kevin clancy he's played played on By chance.

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"pech" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"pech" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"I just never understood like why they picked that industry in that business to like like. What's so good about. I was like my head mike. Are they using because they can just easily get rid of bodies like said like is that worth no put. That actually makes much more sense whenever they feel like they can. Just turn the screws. Because people won't that's like one of the things that people won't necessity. Yeah what are you going to do right. Yeah so he runs this mega corporation They were they were doing draft. Pick up for all of Eastern new york pretty much well. And that's and it. Goes all the way to the family. Because that was in ed if the irishman jimmy hoffa stuff involved in the trucks with that so they trucking obviously but they also had like garbage trucks and the that was the story line and one of the things which ought to and i thought one thing. The doctor did a great job of is it. Set the tone from the bat i. It's at the stone very strongly with like you said the tony soprano picture to the real signed to the real tony spring and then the fact that these. Wwe wrestlers were at his birthday so it was not. I mean i'm not a big wrestling guy. It was the rock gas. So rock was. This can ten-year-old edey and china was so big back then yes like the way you see i saw that and that was the perfect microcosm to see that this fucking real ship this power power and money to get these people there. That's big i bet you in. It's because you know the wwe's run out of connecticut. Yeah the right there right there so pech like hey and they show him they show all that was kind of a funny thing too is when they announce that they're putting this team in danbury the immediately show all these pictures with the blumenthal and all these elected officials and then there's like a call back at the end of the documentary when they're going to jail. It's all the same people that he was breaking. Ground with cutting the ribbon with shaking hands. They all they all fucking knew he was doing that stuff before. And then they're like. Oh yeah this is a great guy. Got the roads you know he does all this stuff. That community italian american of the year shaken hands this and that all and then fast forward two years larry's going he's going to eight years in prison. You're you're exactly right that kind of bring all that back but they did a great job setting the tone right there and then the storytelling was very good to flipped it on me. I was when this started out. I will i hated. The kid hide. Hated the father..

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"pech" Discussed on ChupaCast

ChupaCast

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"pech" Discussed on ChupaCast

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"pech" Discussed on The Business of Esports

The Business of Esports

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"pech" Discussed on The Business of Esports

"Advance studies asia. You know been a couple of companies you know a partial exit. Not and your tenors animated gifts and they're fine and you know john's southworth thought there'd be so many shaima to la animated gifts on on google. Facebook was you know can surprise yesterday. I'm talking to david a couple of years ago. And he goes the world's biggest language and i go. Well you know. Obviously i'm gonna say mandarin chinese and you're gonna no. That's the obvious answer. So obviously you've got some better answer a better answer. Which whether people would out. And he goes emojis. I go by that. Emerges world biggest language goes animated gifts. I just tingled on his guys honestly just tingled animated gifts. I just i'm not. I know you remember team. It's not actually being on honest because it's so brilliant. Animated gifts are going to be the world's biggest language now who does not wanna write a check for that competitive already. Got really good pech. It's a great live. Yeah versus hey data for the olympics are there any themes that you're you're focused on specifically in the gaming space east sports space like are there. Are there specific trends. You're looking at themes in terms of the companies You know signs. You're seeing that you know. A lot of people are going after something these this specific area or that specific area. I'm curious what you've seen in terms of trends. We ask questions here. I saw the nf t- thing bubble or not as been like perfectly. Everything's kind of fall into place so kudos to people. I think you know again. There really is something they're predicting scarcity and control lot of people been screwing around him even dapper. I mean how my buddies at upland i mean you could have invested in them at a very low valuation. Not that long ago and now they're raising a much more substantial valuation a million. Eric sure myers company will give you the numbers but you know. Eric's co-founder z. See that's a guy can go out and raise big money on a big valuation. But he's got you know. Five thousand monthly kager number and he's got three different ways of driving money within his nfc. So i think that's like super super real is obviously too bad that has not been super super super real. It's just a hardware problem. I think and i don't think there's any doubt that will be you know you're kinda surprised when more guys haven't come out with more games and devices like the though so the same as been at night antics try like why can't other guys get a are happening.

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"pech" Discussed on NakedChats

NakedChats

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"pech" Discussed on NakedChats

"Instagram. I'm sure you have all had it. Because i ran little promotional ads at the beginning of my podcast episodes for quite some time now. Interestingly i only had around one hundred and fifty people download that lead magnet. Which was way way less than i had expected to compare this to another big up. The lead magnet die created for the monster clauses that i spoke about in episode twenty seven. That had five hundred and one download so that he's a significantly higher number so when i only hit one hundred and fifty sign ups. I was like ooh something is not right here. I started to think you know. Why did this lead magnet received so downloads. In comparison to my lost one. And i thought you know there's a few potential raisins reason number one potentially didn't promote and speak about the lead magnet enough which i definitely think i didn't Certainly not on my instagram anyway. Recently this could also be a case where the relevancy the demand for lanning about engagement boosting strategies. Actually wasn't that. As much as what. I thought it was so i do speak about waste to increase engagement a lot with my audience. Sorry potentially they may have been feeling fatigued by it or perhaps they already felt like they knew enough about how to increase their engagement. Therefore they didn't filled compelled enough to take the step to download that april. So it's probably a mix of both to be honest but regardless this late magnet is definitely something that i want to reassess and look at in future launches to help build my amount lewis prior now the second thing. That didn't sorry well was a few tech issues. One tech issue in particular. And i'm going to try my best not to confuse anyone when i talk about this issue and this point because if you're not familiar with email marketing software and how it will wax these could feel like i'm potentially speaking another language but i'm going to get a guard Essentially anyone who signed up to graham teini when they signed up to eighty sorry my email marketing software added by call a tag to their account. Which basically says this person. Just purchased graham teeny so that graham teeny pech subway in the course now because people have these tags i can essentially create groups of people within my biggest email database. If i wanted to send an email to everyone who's enrolled in graham tiny. I can write my email and cited at my Marketing system high. I want this amount to be sent to everyone who has a tag that indicates they purchased graham teeny and that amount will send to anyone who has that attack so often enrollments to graham teeny closed. I sent out a non-bias eight to everyone on my email list. That didn't join. Graham teeny. Because i wanted to awesome. Hey i noticed that you were looking at the coast. But you didn't join you know. Why didn't you join and get that feedback from them to help I guess for the better. My next launch so i scheduled that email to go out early one morning. It was around six or seven. Am and then when. I open my emails at around nine ish. I nurture about thirty emails from people who had signed up to graham tiny saying hey like i'm kind of freaking out. I joined graham teini. But i just got these emails saying that..

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"pech" Discussed on Beyond!

Beyond!

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"pech" Discussed on Beyond!

"Because i was going back through and similar. Today's gone. I was gonna say like oh. I'd love to see gravity rush but team siren. That made gravity. Rush is no longer there. Because the executive producers who made those games left from their own studio sony japan got you know restructured to only be team of sobe i. It's a strange cat. And then something like i was thinking. Oh well maybe concrete jeannie would be really cool candidate designed to game i love. It's a smaller scale. Sony first party game. That may be a lot of people might have missed giving it a second chance at life would be great but also that team is twenty people big and i don't know if they have the bandwidth to also make dlc while they're making their newgate. You know it's it's a strange and then of course insomniac just seems to keep making new games at this point. So i'm i'm fine with them to just focus on on spiderman whatever the next spiderman is and hopefully you ratchet clank but yeah it's a. It's an interesting i guess fraternal maybe return with seve state as a directors would go a long way but yeah i sure sure or just you know pech patching the game zad also works. Yeah let's let's just do it. The traditional ends. It is slipping jogging on exactly. It's a it's a strange time for that but whatever new director's cuts we get wall. Obviously cover them on the show. I can't wait to jump into the new goes to show a content and honestly strandings content while next month. It's some nice stuff to start off the fall with games. That i know i already enjoy and not as i enjoy them and be able to jump back into those worlds for a little bit exactly but i do want to talk a little bit about another thing. That's sort of been. It's an ongoing topic. I think we we probably address it to a certain extent almost week on the show and obviously probably did the last time you were on but and it's something we talked about. I think a lot last year Is sort of sony's current pattern of being really quiet until they're not and sony's rate now in this lull of not saying too much had a state of play earlier in the summer that was relatively lower key than i think what people were hoping for because it wasn't You know in e three level event. It didn't have got of war. It didn't have horizon. That didn't have grandma didn't have any massive big reveals from sony. It focused on death loop which is a ps five exclusive at launch on consoles. But that was really the the focus of it and that was about it and so every week i seem to see at least one or two leakers. Say that a state of play is going to be announced this week or the next week and then the week passes by. It doesn't happen and here we are again and it feels like the the runaround that nintendo fans we're going in for a long time when nintendo didn't have directs for like over a year and it was just kind of dislike any morsel of an idea that they may say something is is something people latch onto immediately and and i guess my bigger question is because the more i think about it the more it bums me out as a fan because i want them to have big fanfare. I want there to be a big production but they are selling out of the. Ps fives as fast as possible. It's the fastest selling council from them. The fastest selling council in america. They've released to game of the year candidates with turtle and ration clank. They released six games at the end of last fall. I i like. I just kind of wanted to get your thoughts. I think the silence frustrating. But like i guess from corporate level. I understand why they're doing it. They don't really feel like they need to like what. Where do you feel about the silence and occasional. You know check ins with sony. I mean. I think that as as more sort of intense playstation fans i hesitate to use would hot core but those of us who really invested in in playstation and playstation future You know it is frustrating Being edge like this it is it is it is frustrating especially when you say xbox for example having such a great show or a three in the vision seems really clear end with lifting the doc on the other hand a from what we have been told a with the sales numbers. They're still names about the rarity of playstation five's the average playstation five. Ona may not really care. You know what. I mean like they going out. And they're buying said potty games they buying in they're buying a whole bunch of the buying card and all. These games are not necessarily sort of synonymous with the playstation brand and the fact that they can play It looks beautiful in its exclusive is just kind of a bonus i think it is. It is really frustrating. I i agree with you. It's i. I get it from a corporate standpoint standpoint. It would be wonderful more communication. I've wasted that like the more communication That playstation share with fans the beta a Money's aches and if they don't need to go out prematurely with anything The remained silent. And i get it. It is frustrating. It is frustrating. Like it is it is. It's it's annoying. i. I wanna know more. I want that fanfare. I i missed that fanfare. But i get it. That's where i'm sitting. It's kind of like it's it's it's. It's a slightly deflated place to be right now as a playstation fan but again always say this is just a moment in time and we'll wait and see what the future holds the. It's it's that really weird balance of. I think it's it's more in stark relief. I guess that's what i'm trying to say because as you were saying like xbox is socal like i feel like every time i go onto twitter everyday. There is information about xbox game pass games or things of that nature nintendo even though they were really doing direct for a little while have have gotten back into the rotation of doing that..

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"pech" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"pech" Discussed on The Playbook

"I thought you did a great pech. Good job nick. Thank you very impressed. I thought you very well articulated. I know exactly what product you have created and the market opportunity of one hundred billion is big so i love that in pet food. I guess my question to you would be. What's the competitive advantage of your fresh dog food versus someone else so i actually consulted for a competitor in the past sauce and things that they could do better saw some things that i some skills that i had that i could bring to the table with this. I've been online marketing for over a decade. But before that. I was in traditional sales so my team is built with. You got some more school. Sales guys were building some very powerful partnerships that are going to help us to grow our competitive advantage as our partnerships. And the way that we're going to not only just be at online business. We have a very robust marketing strategy. In that is it one hundred percent online. It's very online. Driven will use all of the best marketing tactics on mine but we have a few things up our sleeve that are going to be a little bit different than most of the other companies were just placing facebook gats or too bad not type of thing so these things these things you've got up your sleeves rolled up you're going to share some of these things now or yes. One of the things we're doing is we really truly want to get back. It's not just lip service so we haven't once called their shelter shop the subscriptions where you make your money right so we have our shelter shop. That's gonna sell at first drop ship products to reduce our risk. We don't have to keep inventory for things. Like dog bowls or doc shampoo. Whatever we want just high-quality other products that we can drop ship. That's that's one of the pieces there but we're going to give a significant portion of those sales probably about twenty five percent of those sales will go back to our shelter partners because i don't care about making money out those one time purchase. This is about helping our partners and boosting. our brand is fighting trump. the day mike dude you. You pitched fantastic. You're a sales guy. Sales people recognize sales people. You get it. You're you're exciting. You love what you do. You're talking about giving back you pivoted correctly you danced things. I really love it. Just the questions i need to know. Is what are the revenue streams like. What what is the profit margin. And are you white labeling labeling no okay good we're not white labeling so right now we're looking at about twenty to thirty percents margins cova was an interesting time to build out our supply chain especially being the shipping side. You did a great job. You did everything that some people don't do you had. Everything's in the background your products in the background your exciting. I thought it was a fantastic pitch. We'll be right back on two minute drill. Wow i'm like perplexed stuck a little bit because i think on the one side. I was with fisher. Jason when you pitched you nailed it like i'm still trying to figure out then green screen or not. It was so good. I but i see your brand your fantastic salesperson. I'd have you pick for me any day of the week. I think where you fell down for me was the answers to the questions to me. Were weak kim's question to me. You went from superhero down to super zero. When it came to answering the questions. In my opinion the guy was expecting you to just nail it. When kim gives you a softball real busy space. How are you different. And you're like well you look to the side like someone's over there like what should i say do no execution of executions the answer quality of taste distribution pricing. This is not the answer. Show this humidity drill. I'm really going to have an interesting time as we come to the finale to see who wins because it's always a nuance of that pits. Not pitch was fantastic. Any other comments real quick before we go the next one building. A brand is so important. I love that. He's a great face first product. He can build a brand. I think that's key. I like gay clients and keep them as a building. This isn't the answer show. It's the great jobs hard to distinguish because there's so many different areas i look. I think the answers are really very much part of the process and certainly factors into my decision. Making so i wouldn't i. We're going to have fun at the end. Yes we thank you for listening. If you enjoyed today's episode in any way or found any value screen shot it share it. However you like my only ask. Is you helped me. Empower others to empower others to be happy..

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"pech" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"pech" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Cyber insurance as you are for insurance and all your fedex delivery trucks at this point right because the damages eclipse ray greater. Well that's right. I mean i and you live now in the wildfire zone and my neighbors are getting notices that their insurer will no longer cover fire insurance on their properties anymore and i think that's what's happening now with cyber insurance. Yeah sure they'll they'll still cover pfizer and merck fedex but their premiums are going to be astronomical and there's going to be all sorts of fine print in there that says you know if you're a target of this kind of attack we don't have to pay out and so this is something businesses are reckoning with now. The good news is that cyber insurance companies will say okay. We'll underwrite you but you need to have a much higher baseline of cybersecurity. You need to have two factor authentication installed you need to be patching your systems. We need a clear idea of. What's in your network. And how well secured that software is. We need to know that you have strong. Password management or your employees are using password managers all of that and so in some ways it's creating market incentives for these companies to raise the bar. But there's another thing about that not pech attack which failed to mention which is the reason it was so paddock. Liz mak why it destroyed so much is because it was sailing on a stolen weapon from the national security agency so just a few months before. Russia launched that attack on ukraine. Someone we still don't know who they are they call themselves the shadow brokers hacked the nsa and had started dribbling the as best kept code and hacking tools online and one of the tools that they dumped was some code that exploited a vulnerability in microsoft windows that allowed their malware or coach spread automatically across a network instead of a hacker having to manually in fact one computer after another vienna's tool essentially allow them to automate this attack so after that was dumped online north korea picked it up for a ransomware attack That was pretty bad. But fortunately the north koreans had made some mistakes in their code. And someone was able to neutralize it pretty quickly and then russia baked it onto. It's not petch at tat. Which is why you saw their code sail around the world. The way dead and re dot much destruction on companies including american companies and. There's been no accountability for that. People don't even realize that all of those damages were enabled by an essay digital hacking tool the not peci attack by the way. How do people name. These things like wannacry. Pets ya not pecchia How do the names come up okay. It's a huge point of frustration for me. If i run for president it's going to be like a a single platform which is cut out the ridiculous names for these attacks and for the nation state groups because it's gone crazy like crowd strike as a security company. They name chinese attacks. Something panda russia's something baresi of names for these groups like fancy bear and berserk bear and every cybersecurity companies naming convention is different so anytime we call out. These groups like nobel. Am aka. so-and-so bear aka abt two three seven two so frustrating but usually the way it goes with malware ransomware is that it's after some word in the code so the north korea attack that i mentioned was called wannacry because there was some little snippet of code in their ransomware. That said something. Like w and a cri. You know something like that but really it'd be great if we could get some naming authority to avoid some of these ridiculous names in the confusion. Yeah i figured there was something to that with the code not puch attacks. Something like eighty percent of ukrainian computers are had to be wiped clean because of this right. So that's that's massive and it sounds like what we're worried about is not just how much damage they can cause but the fact that that might just be a dry run for something even larger. I mean okay. You went after ukraine. It went in destroyed a bunch of data ten billion dollars in damage. What happens now when you go after. Canada and mexico and the united states and germany. Which you can easily do i mean. It's not like i would imagine. It's not a huge squad. People required to pull off an attack like this against a nation state. it's just. They chose ukraine because they wouldn't have any consequences to pay as a result. Most likely. yeah. Well it's pretty interesting and i didn't really. I couldn't really wrap my head around this until i went to ukraine and met with all the people who did forensics inside ukraine on on not just the not pacha attack but several of the attacks mentioned leading up to it the attacks that took out the power there were attacks that were aimed at ukrainian media companies. For years. they've been shelling ukraine with all of these different kinds of attacks but was clear to the people who did forensics is that this was russia. Really experimenting this was their petri dish. This was them trying out. One method here one slightly different method. They are basically like the scientific method of hacking and so their theory on the ground. There is that not pacha was designed to look like ramp somewhere but there was no way for people to pay the ransom and that really it was just a destructive tool. It was a way for rush white slate clean to a raise any trace of everything they had done before that so that no one would be wiser to the capabilities. They do have and what they said. Is we believe that we weren't the ultimate target. We believe that we were spring training. We believe that you in the united states in the west are the n. Target here but when it comes your way we should mention That it will be so much worse because we are. Actually not that digitized. Here you know we still run our elections on pen and paper. Our power systems are still pretty archaic. Not didn't take out the power across the whole country. It didn't touch our nuclear plants. But when it comes for you there is. There is a high likelihood that it will do a lot more than ten billion dollars in damage and it will take a lot longer for you to get your systems up and running because you're so much more virtual is used and by the way you know doesn't seem like you're not secure either so it was a wake up call but we're not really treating it like it's a wake up call. We didn't change the fundamental ways. Do business after the not pech attack. Most americans have never even heard of the not pacha attack. They wouldn't even need to do much to take down to do billions of dollars in damage in the united. If you took down amazon web hosting which a lot of people think oh amazon you buy things there that backbone of internet hosting there goes almost all of the services that you use or if you took a chunk out of i mean remember when g. males down for like a day and people are like what the hell we can't do any business. What if you took down outlook and amazon or you just stopped airline traffic for a day or a week like.

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"pech" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"pech" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"That's also in front of a bookcase. You question minor real. I swear you give us topics and events and we question question if amir garrett had this coming we enter sarah's wheelhouse because not because of a mirror garrett of the reds but he was pitching to havi by this is a couple of months ago and they got a little heated between them. Take away. ooh that's because amir garrett is talking snap by by the way that's rizzo. watch this. This is when bias comes out and goes you know what you want to talk to my captain like that. I will fight you. And he comes out with a bit of a. I don't know if we'll see this but when house he havi came out of dugout. He had like a curved back in the hands. Like this like like a bill in italian mob movie like. Oh you're gonna mess with my captain. I'll show you who you got a mess with that. So he did mess with garrett took a little while a couple of months later but here he was hitting against garrett and we'll see the reaction i pech bases loaded. Drop it in. Let me walk. I'm row in my boat. I i'm gonna take my time in fact. My teammates are gonna come and insist that i go ahead. Not start another bite. Does he have touch first base there. It's amazing to me. Because i watched this without any context and i was like wow like. That's really aggressive backflip. I went back. And it's like oh that makes way more sense. but that's one of the baddest walks too. I i've ever seen it was spilled the it was dirty. It was nasty and by the way. If you actually watch he didn't throw the bat at garrett so all the salty reds fans who are trying to be dramatic that didn't happen. He wrote his boat and then he flipped it and it landed many feet away from the pitcher now. You could be salty if you want about the outcome of the game which was awesome and you could even be salty about the flapping of the gums. What baseball's sensitivities around talking smack and getting chesty are so tired. You can go back in my history. You will not find an instance of me complaining about someone from another team doing this to my team unless it involves throwing punches right. Do not throw it. People do not complain when they show you up. Just eat it and as a pitcher. You're getting the win. Like eighty to ninety percent of the time and you still yelling screaming. Pump your fist. When the odds are that you are going to be successful so when a better who has much worse odd especially in a walk off scenario like that on a first pitch when you have history together together wants to get a little fired up about it suck it up and walk off the field and take your l. Speaking of eating it. Sarah what do you think about your cubs in their future and their core kind of maybe coming apart here. We'll be eating my tears because it is inevitable. And i'm very sad and i went to the game on sunday and it was very excited. That the line of pad hobby and rizzo and brian's and guitars all the people that were worried about this year next year. And it's inevitable. Change comes for us all is he. I'm going to cling to the memories of twenty sixteen and i'm going to cling to whichever remaining players. I am allowed to continue rooting for in a cubs uniform. And if any of the team..

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"pech" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur

The How-to Entrepreneur

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"pech" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur

"A lot of information you know you talk about like a health trumpeting and they want to bring out a healthy snack will they have to do comparisons to a snack. That would otherwise be eating about eating healthy one. They got to do the science behind. It gotta do the ingredients. They gotta do all these different pieces and they try to shut it onto a product page which ten extent is good runner. Educate these people. Yeah but at the same time. And this is the caveat here you have to do it. In a way that when somebody ran on the site they're not bombarded with information. Don't even know where to look. So like one of the things that i like to use is maybe an icon image that when you hover over. They don't give you a little pop up bubble sake. This is the information about this particular thing that way. If i'm showing you the main ingredients of a product for instance. I can have four. I tell you where. I got it. And what percentage. It is all these. But when i landed on that page i saw four. Hydro let's it you know so so it's a matter of conveying the information that you wanted to convey that will give people confidence to continue through the process while not lombardo visually you really have to boil it down to the path of least resistance and the last thing you want. Is that product page. That looks like a clique landing page. You know the one exactly. Yeah like freaking you keep going you keep scrolling. There's more information by now hurry up. The countdown timer. There's all this stuff that you just don't need and yeah it's Sometimes sometimes overdoing. It is a lot easier than than just just doing enough and a lot of people. Don't know that you know the product page is the most most important page mean your landing page. Wherever it is that the traffic's getting driven to assumingly. That's a presumably. There's a buy it now on that. Page now yeah. They'll the last thing you want is for someone to scroll for so long. They forget where they landed in the first place and being bombarded unites. It's not just about the amount of information really. I mean you can do that with apps and all sorts of things you have too many pop-ups ups going on you have to spin the wheel. You've got three different emails Sign ups that go on what. What's your take on that. I mean what. What do you think is necessary. And what do you think is what do you think the line is drawn and over doing it. When it comes to my collecting emails and providing discounts and everything in that that That huge that. I mean that's attractive trove of conversational. So but i. I think the most valuable piece of information would be to approach your website as if you were your customer and i may have mentioned that before. Go on to the site as if you've never heard of your brand before teach yourself about your brand rock through the process of actually checking out the products all those big because when i land on the website and i click out the pop up. That's inevitably on every single website because everybody wants my my email even though i've never even heard about your brand. Yeah i've been here for three seconds. I close that pop up right and then all of a sudden thirty seconds later another pop up comes and then the wheel spins out of the side and you want me to play the game and the pop up concept. You wanna give me a discount. If i spent three hundred dollars come like i understand and this is one of those things. We talked about a lot with with conversion rates. And things like that as we're trying to increase the value of a customer regard however whatever. Kpi work now. We wanna make it so that every customer that lands on your site rings you s march right so then i having a lot with clients who say yeah but if we do a a byword jet one we'll get more. I totally agree with that. But how do we communicate that without seven. Pop up you know. And how do. I collect email addresses without pop up. I'm not saying. Don't use pop up. Use it sparingly for the same reason that you were the person that was navigating through the website. You wouldn't want seven pop up. know so. Give the customer an opportunity to actually learn about your brand and then say hey. Do you wanna learn more through our newsletter or give the customer an opportunity right or the customer opportunity to put something in the cards and they say oh. Hey i noticed that you're getting ready to leave without checking out. Would ten percent discount help. You know if you go on a satan. Somebody says hey you want twenty five percent off. Because i'm a reeve absolutely. You're gonna take back if you check out you're gonna take that but as a merchant you don't know if you cut yourself out of twenty five percent or if you just saved the customer so just i'm not saying not to use pop-ups use them sparingly and use them. Roger an end strategically thank free. The process through the customer journey. And then implement your whatever you decide are necessary yet. Test has task. Because i mean you might not need a pop up if you got people that are getting into at least getting to check out. I mean if you don't have a dynamic checkout or accelerated checkout button and you're collecting email. That's perfect time to use that clave afloat. You know that is the perfect time. And speaking of which i mean. I know that i know that menu. We brought up recharge a little bit earlier. And i just brought up the accelerated Checkout out now you ever find that stores are actually for whatever reason are able to convert better. Maybe they have more of an impulse like product when when it comes to the accelerated checkout button on the product pages and maybe it's you guys for one reason or another or maybe in addition to that think that maybe the subscription model is not always the best case or decision. Quick balls this next door. He comes from my new partner shameless pets and frankly i love it because i think every entrepreneur can relate to it when the founder of shameless pets james worked as a corporate food by the giant retailer. He witnessed the absurd amount of food that went unused in stores every week and fact in the us alone sixty three million tons of food gets tossed out every year and if they can someone who really loves food his puggle meena swiping. The meals of james's kids was her favourite pastime. So one edit dinner. At hit james. He could reproduce the unused ingredients into healthy dog treats that mean interposed. Above that's if you may recognize solve in your own pain point. James teamed up with a food scientist. Alex and shameless pass was today chambers. Pech saved over half a million pounds of food and turned it into three categories of delicious dog treats as well as a new line of catch rates there are lobster treats salmon tribes barry sticks and many many more you can order them to be delivered to your door and even have an ongoing subscription at your desired frequency to make sure you never run out and here's a tree for all my listeners shop now and use code how to. That's h. o. W. t. o. For twenty five percent off again. That's how to for twenty five percents off back to show you know. It's it's kind of one of those things where i said before with the recharged. If there is a reason that you could sell a subscription but your products on subscription. I was on amazon the other day looking for like a little key chain protector. My wife said hey. Do they make protectors for detained. So that they don't like unravel and come apart. All that stuff amazon right on amazon you can buy. I think it's a fifty pack of chained protectors on subscription and get them every month. Why would you possibly need definitely need that because the five right So i looked at that. Counteracted moved on. People are starting to do it. They can't make you however. If that was one of my brands that would be the first thing to go because.

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"pech" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"pech" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

"On this episode of have talk. We discussed the ditching of a trans air. Seven three seven two hundred in hawaii delta is headed to the used plane lot and we are finally ready to launch richard branson into space. Hello and welcome to episode one hundred and nineteen of talk. I am ian pech. Nick here as always with jason urbanowicz high in how are you. Hello jason i'm well. How was your week so far is good shorter week this week. Which is nice. I loved us three day weekends. We should have every week and be a three-day weekend. I mean i wouldn't say no to that. I don't know i don't really. I don't really know what i do with my time though. I think you'd find something. I don't know i just just feel like that would be. That would end up being more work okay. Sure i don't know. I'll take three day weekends and you can continue your will give you my yes. I will give we her effect. Thank you glad we could settle that. Yes so i mean. Did you do anything fun over the three day weekend. Yeah but nothing worth talking about fair enough since. We're recording the podcast. This week i did survive camping with all the kids. I should point out that it was a terrible idea in case anyone was wondering having nothing to do with the kids at all but taking kids camping over the fourth of july weekend. Not great for the whole know. Lots of people lighting off illegal fireworks. That's how they get you so so that was less than enthusiastic. I was less than enthusiastic about that. But what are you. What are you gonna do. Let's talk about. I think the biggest story of last week was the the ditching of the trans air. Seven three seven. Two hundred cargo aircraft near honolulu a pretty incredible story. Considering that both pilots survived the accident are at to a rescued by the coast. Us coastguard and taken to hospital. The ntsb has said that they are scheduling interviews with the pilots. So that to me says that they're at least well enough to be interviewed by the dsp so to me that in my mind. That's good news. Yeah initially i think i read. One of them was in critical condition. But i guess that was upgraded rather quickly because the ntsb does not interview crew members who are in critical condition in the hospital. Yes so so. Hopefully they're gonna make a full recovery. What happened what we know. so far. was that the aircraft was departing from honolulu. Not after departure few minutes they one of the engines failed on the aircraft. And then the second engine based on the air traffic control recordings in what we know so far from from the brief that the investigation has given us. The pilots thought that the second engine was about to fail so they decided to turn back. They turned back. Just didn't make it and so ended up ditching in the bay rather remarkable. Did all of this happened in the dark. Yeah in the middle of the night in honolulu. I think departure was something like four. Am or stone very very dark out and listen to the air traffic control communications which were recorded by live atc. It was one of those kind of accidents where everyone is doing exactly what they're supposed to do. The two pilots kept their com. That communicated air traffic control and the one controller who was on frequencies since the middle of the night in honolulu. She handled thirty. Yeah one thirty that that sounds more accurate but the one controller that was on in the tower operating frequency at the time was also very calm very professional very helpful. Unfortunately the flight was not able to make it back to land. But not for lack of trying. What we don't know at this stage is why one of the two engines failed and that why subsequently the second engine was either going to fail or did fell. I don't think we're quite certain on that. We all we heard on frequency. Was that the second engine. The last remaining engine was running hot and they didn't think it would remain operating but we don't actually know if that engine shutdown or if it was producing idle frost or does not enough thrust to get them back to honolulu. Yeah yeah so. The aircraft sank and so the investigation. That's happening the the stage of the investigation. That's happening this week is that they're going to use side scanning sonar to locate the aircraft and then recover the flight data recorder and the cockpit voice recorder and as we know from previous episodes link to show notes recording division takes over from there and then processes those recorders in. Hopefully there's you know all the data that is necessary to to help determine the cause available there but but we'll see given what kind of data is being recorded in how many parameters around there. Yeah we don't quite yet know what information would have been recorded on this aircraft keeping in mind. It's a forty seven year old seven three seven two hundred so it may still be operating with non digital recorders. I believe is a possibility. So it may not have recorded many parameters or fortunately may not have been working at all but we will see. Hopefully they're able to recover those rather quickly so forty. Five years i delivered in july of nineteen seventy five and went through a long list of airlines from nine hundred. Seventy five all the way up to twenty fourteen. When it began operation but trains there so delivered to pacific western airlines in nineteen seventy five then canadian airlines international converted to cargo for kanter. Cargo went to royal aviation up in canada at then. It flew for trans smile. Air services goes. I don't know if that's trained smile or trans mile. Probably trans mile. But i'm going with you then Twenty fourteen it started operating four for trans air so a long a long history of Of changing like all older craft like this food for many airlines and and now rests.

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"pech" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"pech" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

"United announces a huge and real order. For aircraft the boeing triple seven x is set back again and an airline in alaska seeks to become the icelandair of the northwest. Hello and welcome to episode one hundred and eighteen of talk. I e in pech nick here as always with jase nirvana winston. It's hot yes. Throughout much of the country it is very hot in the pacific northwest where it is generally not hot. It is the hottest it has ever been and you were there. What the the week before. So i'm blaming you. I will take the rainy but cool weather we had been run with. It was great. compared to the apocalyptic. Hell they're going through right now which we now have so wonderful. It skipped us thankfully. That's that's where it's just been really really wet here. We took all the rain because they have all the heat. This this whole thing is not fun. No it is currently ninety five fahrenheit temperature units. I don't know what that is in celsius. But i'm guessing it's mid thirties up to forty eight temperature units. Yeah yeah we'll we'll say that. Where is it ninety. Five fahrenheit temperature units is exactly ninety. Five fahrenheit is thirty five celsius right on that brooke you. I've never been more proud of you. I'm i'm so glad so. This isn't a weather podcast. But the heat plays into your excursion yesterday into a hangar inside ninety five degree heat wherein you took part in a real event people with real people. Yeah it was. It was nice in that it was my first aviation event in. I guess not a post kovic world but they controlled covert world. I guess so. The first time in fifteen sixteen months. I had gone somewhere to do with being related to airlines or airplanes and that was with united airlines at their newark maintenance base which thankfully they somehow managed the pump. A whole bunch of air conditioning. Do so it wasn't all that bad inside. The bus ride to the airport is another story but united had some big news. Big big news thing. They're calling united next. Which is i'm kind of aligning it. With kind of a reboot of the airline. They announced an order for two hundred. And seventy new boeing end airbus aircraft their largest single order ever in the largest order by a us airline in a decade or so. The order includes fifty seven. Three seven max. Eight and additional one hundred fifty seven three seven next ten and they squeaked in seventy eight three twenty one neo ch and that's a lot of planes the real too and they exist all three of the aircraft. The have been ordered. You can go. And if you're so inclined tap one with a stick so please do not tap a seven three max. Ten with the stick because it is. Don't fight testing. in the very much upset boeing. Okay so if one were so inclined and had the ability to do so one could the.

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"pech" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"pech" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"So they it says here. On crunch base they raised thirty seven million total And that was back in two february two thousand and nineteen and they've been around for years. They were some guessing twenty thirteen. Nothing they'd been around point. That's a good point. I bet you anything primary military funded. I bet it was military funded. And i think they came out of mit. If i remember as well so maybe there was some funding from mit. I find it. i find it all. There's a company called boston. Dynamics didn't have something to say baston. They're very they're very interesting company. And i'm curious to see what's next for them with hyandi like i mean maybe we're going to finally get some kind of suv. Transformer type thing that's got stumping through the streets of they were spun out of mit in nineteen. Ninety two two tie there even. I even thought i will yet. They seem to want to really get into the stuff by a whole bunch of competence revolted style. I'm but yet jerry that they apparently the research off a whole big you'll skunkworks was it. Was it high end. I who did that. That robot that kind of humanoid style white human over that everybody that was that was pretty cool wall spray. Although that was cool like ten years ago saying yeah i'm but again this whole thing looks getting demos but in the ten years in the interim we have a gun from the white people talk obviously type walk downstairs and stuff. People are cutting brian on stage away. Great well congratulations. the solve. The the spoke of pitches fifteen years. Now one of these walking your kids to school and none of us happened now. Now and we haven't seen the weaponized death roomba as well which is probably going to happen at some point so much robot the show whether nice death and i'm literally vying it down the people at roomba or i robot or whatever are going to be very happy about this finally gonna get some major press recognition. Well he's like is what they need is bad voltage ratings bump this next views. But what's next next. As the only found these people apparently moving to well says more non adult content. I didn't realize that was eighty. Non adult content audit before seemed to be attempting to change that pech. Which as far as i could tell them guy. Okay i'm fact sex workers you might as pulp out screw. We want to get some of that. Might appetizing stuff now. Called cross about it with us out amount of justification does it mean that what is the correct terminology for people who take that close up on the internet. Sex workers seems like that is referring to prostitutes. I'm not sure what you model guess is probably the best way describing. I don't models so many jokes. Say right now but my own sex life. So are they mad people who like. I don't models on on only fence mad about this. The impression i have the funds people seems beside yet..

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"pech" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"pech" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"How it's not just going to get you in compliance with the irs. It's going to drive. Transaction volume net new users a better user experience natively to your interface full liability. And all of your information reporting. You know how many times you know. Founders are losing sleep on the exchange level of compliance on the tax side. We're taking now all on. We're that confident and everything we do so reach out to us. You'll see a demo and you're going to be hooked and you'll understand why so. Many of the leaders are quickly implementing. I was also good pech. Listen gotta pay taxes whether you like it or not you guys are helping individuals do that and lower tax and you're helping exchanges and other infrastructure become more compliant and provide a better user experience. Kind of a no brainer. It's a win win for everyone. Yeah mean it makes sense xactly who were the investors in the last round. Let's maybe finish up there. You i mean no come. So tiger global and paradigm where the co leads and so really outstanding investors there. No one's ever heard of either one of them. I doubt it very small for him. Yeah exactly incredible. Helpful people there and then we had an amazing syndicate from industry galaxy. Pay pal gemini quote coin base and then just strong influencers such as yourself ryan smith the owner of the jazz bill. Ackman good friend of mine. Great team over there and so many others missing thirty others literally. That's just spacing my mind but powerful team. Yeah it's it just feels like you've raised a lot of money. You got the right people around the table now and so let's go. Let's do it all right. Tax dot com where we sent people. Yep that's right. Follow us on twitter as well. Ooh follow on twitter. He threw that stuff all right. Let's thank you so much for doing this again in the future. Great to be here pop..

"pech" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"pech" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You're gonna white sacks of the lowest e r a in the American League 3.29 that ranks numeral Uno. I would ask you this trivia question. I'm shot Adventure, which starter has the best? We are a plus or a Rodin. It is not Carlos or don. I think it has dipped a little bit after his last start, his is the second best among the starters at 2 78. Is that Michael Co. Pech? No, I'm talking about the starters. Oh, he has started some games he has kopecks is not tie, either. His is to 40 Lance Lynn. Lance Linds, You're correct. Answer your co at a whopping 3 15 through six starts. Yeah, It's pretty good. It's pretty good. Good. I mean, that's like, unattainable, unfortunately, are not unattainable. Unsustainable. Excuse me s O. Unfortunately, that is unsustainable. But that's what being a regression to the mean There's gonna be some regression at some point the part you know, there's not like a huge disparity between his area this fit, which is also always a good sign. Hit his Carm fielding independent picture. There you go. So good things, man or happening. It's Lynn versus Pineda tonight, or if the White Sox could make a five in a row against the twins, Just Carmen just bury him. Put him out of their misery early. Can't anticipate or assume that our listeners know all those fancy terms that you use. Yeah. So sometimes you gotta explain them. Thanks. Any Ari Pluses just adjusted. Its park adjusted justice? Yes. Hundreds of base. You know, that's that's the average player. Yes. So when you see 3 15, you're talking about a guy that is 215% better right in the repairs and then the average major league pitcher. That's right. That's incredible Christians in midway on ESPN 1000 What's up, Christian? You guys doing great for your call? Sure. So I was gonna have you guys seen and then we should implement the slaughter rule like maybe if the team is down more than 10 rooms after, um by the seventh inning just called their parties. You you'll never have those games where team comes back. From 10 down, though we've had those games. Sure it happens sometimes. Yeah, Christian. Thanks. I mean, it. Does. You know you almost had the angels pull off a miracle. Come back a couple weeks ago. Now they didn't. But at least it made that game for those viewers. For baseball more exciting. I mean, 13 nothing game was a 14 to 11 game. We need to shut that down, though, because you know, ownership is not going to. There's too many commercial obligations that many years being like, like honestly. The move to seventh inning doubleheaders was there was a huge concession by teams because they're giving up two innings worth of commercials that they are. They generally guarantee their partners that need to be played. And if they're not played, they need to be made up on the back and somehow some way. So, like the whole idea of a slaughter rule. Realistically, we got to shut that down because it's not gonna happen or forfeit gave in Moneyball when they were gonna go for that street. They had a big lead, Nothing and they think that lead up and gave it up. But they came back and won that thing at the end on the Scott Hatteberg. That's right. Hatteberg hit that home run, but that was hugely Yeah, it was like an 11 run leader site. Then the world's came back and tied that game. I'm telling you, Adam at another roster spot and you one picture instead of this nonsense with the we're seeing it, Maura Maura, the position players have to come in and pitch because teams don't want to affect the bullpen too much. And just put a guy down there that's pitches and blots. He's got a defined role if it's the seventh inning or later, Bob Yes, Lord Picture blowout picture. He is the Bob If it's Seventh inning or later and you are down by let's say eight or more runs, Whatever it is carved on the rules. Then you're Bob gets to come in. That's it. You're Bob picture you called The Bob guy are Bob's were bopping. Gonna be bopping here, guys. Jonah Roro, it's up, Joe. Hey, Joe. Hey, guys. Good morning. Morning. How are you? What's going on? Good. Just a quick thing on the whole started real kind of thing. Obviously, you guys are right. I mean, they wouldn't do because the ownership but also I mean a few weeks ago, the Tigers and the oils Europe by nine runs, and actually, they came back and won. So that's never gonna work that, But yeah, I'm just sick of the whole of the unwritten rule stuff. I get it like it's kind of old school, but I mean, the twins did the same thing to the White Sox in the first series of last year, when there when they were running up the score on Giolito and no one said Boo. And then second of all, you know, Fernando Taxis did the same thing with three you know and hit a home run. A few weeks ago and know it said, Always, Look, He's just having fun because he's a superstar. And I mean, I don't know, maybe just biased towards a lesser known player. Whatever, but I don't know. I just think they should kind of get over it. If you're gonna if you want to stop the guy, then stopped a guy like you don't just give up. I think we agree with you, Joe. Yeah? And to teach their last year, this man who kind of threw me under the Boston I ranted about that at the time. That was ridiculous. And I hope, Tony, I don't think you have. I don't think you go to your meeting. Say anything. I think it will come naturally. Fine..

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"pech" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"pech" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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Decriminalizing The War On Drugs

Latino USA

05:40 min | 2 years ago

Decriminalizing The War On Drugs

"In the summer of nineteen seventy one president richard. Nixon declared a so-called. You're on drugs. But i consider this problem so urgent. I also found that it was scattered so much throughout the government with so much conflict without coordination that it had to be brought into the white house so that we have not only the responsibility but the authorities to see that we wages defensive effectively an coordinated way the goal was to curb the use of illicit substances by levying increased. Police presence classifying a number of drugs at the federal level and by making longer prison sentences. Mandatory for the use and distribution of narcotics nearing the fiftieth anniversary of that decision. The war on drugs is still very much alive. Millions of people have been incarcerated from windows policing and the advent of stop and frisk to no knock warrants and the militarization of local police departments. All of this born from the so called war on drugs and all have been used primarily target communities of color advocates for reform have long that punitive policies have not only failed to reduce the flow of drugs across the country but also strengthen illicit drug markets creating risky and unhealthy conditions for people who choose to use drugs. Meanwhile more than seventy thousand people died last year alone as a result of drug. Overdoses is clearly failing in the war on drugs and advocates. Say it's because we've gone about it completely. The wrong way by focusing on the criminal element of drug use instead of seeing it through the lens of healthcare access and social justice to talk about this issue. We're joined by muddied sep it is. Who's the director of the national affairs at the drug policy alliance in washington d. c. leads the organization's federal work to end the war on drugs. Mighty snap is welcome to letting you. usa inc you. I'm so excited to be here with you today. So recently a lot has been happening with drug decriminalization but before we get into that. Let's take a few steps back and you know. Set the picture for how we got to this place and this is a place where for example someone could be caught in possession of a small amount of marijuana and they could be sentenced to spend the rest of their life in prison in some parts of the country. Still yes sadly. That's the case. Drug enforcement continues to be a driver of mass incarceration. In fact one person is arrested every twenty three seconds for simple drug possession so it continues to be a a big feeder into not just the criminal justice system but you have to think of all of the collateral consequences for instance a conviction can make it harder for you to put your life back on track to go to school to obtain even get a job in the first place to keep a roof over your head to feed your family so it continues to be something. That is a huge detriment. In a lot of people's lives many drugs that are illegal today such as marijuana opium coca psychedelics if unused for thousands of years for both medical and spiritual purposes but we also know that this country has a long history of pech waiting racialized drug war. I think something that a lot of people might not know is that the first anti-drug laws in the united states were actually built specifically to criminalize people of color. Starting with the eighteen seventies we saw laws targeting chinese immigrants in california. This is the first time we saw anti opium laws pop around. Are you saying that basically opium was around and used once you had the arrival of men and women from china who were actually working on the railroad that that's when it becomes a problem. Yeah so what. We started to see around. the eighteen. Hundreds was that anti drug laws started to pop up. Civically created to target certain communities of color and the eighteen seventies saw the rise of the first anti-drug laws in those drugs were anti opium laws that were targeted at chinese immigrants. Soon after that in the nineteen hundreds in the south we saw that mccain became illegal in that was related target african american men Who were using the substance and then of course in the nineteen thirties. That mexican mexican americans were criminalised for marijuana use. Of course you know when we talk about. Marijuana can't ignore the fact that marijuana itself was a term that was developed to criminalise mexican americans and mexicans who were who were using the plant and this happened with the first individual who was responsible for drug enforcement in the us but these were all intentional decisions by the government to criminalise communities of color to really dejected. People who were not wanted in the society and you know unfortunately those policy decisions still play out today because drug use continues to be something that there is a lot of hysteria around and people of color continued to be disproportionately enforced for drug use and drug activity even though all the data tells us that black and brown individuals use drugs at similar rates and sometimes even lower rates than white individuals.

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The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

05:36 min | 2 years ago

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

"Hey to everybody. This is your old friend Dr. Grant and I just wanted to let you know that you are about to hear a classic voicemail episode of the Radio Adventures of Dr Floyd. Now one thing you've got to keep in mind is that the voicemail number mentioned in the show is no longer operational, so please do not call it other than that. Enjoy the show, golly Dr Floyd. It sure is hot out today, isn't it? It sure is Dr Grant you know. It's hot enough to fry at eight on the sidewalk. Yeah, sure. Sure. You who would do that? I'm not sure really well. Look I a popsicle. Thanks, but wait a minute. That's just a stick in a cup. Yeah, well, it started melting right away so I put in a cup, and then it was just so hot, that evaporated completely so here you go into great story. Thanks well, just stick all right well. Don't get a splinter, okay? Hey, you know we've had some more people. Call Eight, one, eight, three, three, two, three, zero, five three and leave us voicemails. You WanNA. Hear one. Too hard to do anything else you know it's hotter than a billy goat in pepper pech. You got that right? Okay, here's the first message. Hey, Dr Floyd I'm just wondering why you have. It posted an actual episode in a while I mean it's been like a lot of days like twenty five I, think that's almost a month and on my podcast things and Make sure to post one every single week on Saturday? You used to do that on Sunday but You've kind of laid off a little, so if you could please get back into the rhythm. That would be great. Thanks I well. One of the reasons we're not recording is because it's just so Dadgum Hut. Yeah, every time we try to record, the hard drive just melts right away. Yeah, it's hotter than two cats fighting in a wool suck sure is Har-. I here's the next voicemail. I am inviting you to my birthday. It's August eighth, two, thousand six. I'm Allegra and I'll be five year olds. And I'll be five year old. And I'll. Be Fix so having nice time at the party up on my grandma. It's ten Spring Street. That was very nice. Allegra invited you a birthday party I know, but it's just too hot to go to a birthday party. It's harder than steel. Playground slighted high noon. Well, that's true, but is that going to be your excuse for everything well? She also didn't know how old she was going to be five or six. What's thank God do with anything well. We won't know a birthday card to buy four well. I guess you're right all right. Here's the next message. Sorry, I managed. I made a mistake. I'm going to actually be. Go Dr Floyd She's going to be six. We can by rick hard for a six year old. Do Son. It's even hard to go to the store. You know it's hotter than a two dollar pistol on the fourth of July. Do you have like a whole list of these or something? No. All Right? Here's the next voicemail so numerous for Nicole. He synnex. You're not oh. Then you. Might Illuminate. Our now. Monarchy. Our Oh goody. We WanNA praise here. Let me press one. Now like well I don't know I. Guess we just wait for the price well I. Hope it generic conditioner because it's so Dadgum hut. It's hotter than high noon in Death Valley. Yeah all right. Here's the next message. I just wanted to find out since Dr Steve is a robot who built him and why? Also wanted to find out why Dr. Grant has speed large head. Thank you. Oh, snap your look. He's right. You do have a large Ed. Floyd, no, you have never seen anything so magnificent before in my whole life. Well, it's not really no grande. Can you hear me your ears you? Say to your head there. Can you hear me over there? Floyd I. Don't Understand Wyoming Oh. Would you manage? Did you bother you the challenge dog about your head might. Ono It, no. Big You know you shouldn't. You shouldn't make fun of somebody shouldn't make fun of someone's head. No, it's not especially on a hot day like this two hun- to make fun of someone's head. I see we're here. Why don't you just move over and block their selling with your freakishly large heads so I have some shade? Produce, an next voicemail, big head, boy all right. Yes, Hi, DR, Floyd! This is Ed and Jacqueline. Who is my wife? We're from Beaverton Oregon and we listened to your show on a regular basis. We think that building a third time machine could be very hazardous to your health. Just wanted to let you know that have a Nice Day golly Dr Floyd, that sounded like a threat. Yeah, what's Kinda scary, but don't worry. We'll be safe. We will. Why well if he comes over here I'll just hide behind your freakishly big head. Being head. Oh well. Here's the next voicemail. Hello, this is Marcus. SACRIMENTO. On the learn day, president, learning gate, past and learning days future episodes. They. told us, how Dr Floyd Ted was so small, he created just a shrinking machine. Talked Floyd might be able to go back. and. Do that to. Have such small had. I've wondering why he doesn't do that once he gets to. Think back That's all. Well now that's a fantastic idea, but I'm just worn out from dancing around singing songs about Dr Grants freakishly big head, and I'll show which. Way Too hot?

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Fleet retirements spreading far and wide

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

10:07 min | 2 years ago

Fleet retirements spreading far and wide

"Some things are happening a lot of great things. Unfortunately we continue with the theme such as it is in our corn teen state so phase. One of all of this was figuring out what the hell was going on that lasted. I think I WANNA say early. To mid March into April. It was back when we still had a chance of tracking what the Hell is going right. And then April turned into service reductions or finalizing service reductions making them more less ad hoc hall say and figuring out how airlines. We're going to operate in this new environment and then dealing with how to do. We continue to operate these cities. Do we continue to operate these aircraft and things like that and now that airlines have had some time near on two months to SESA situation a lot of airlines have started saying aircraft that where on the way out that we were considering possibly not having flypast date are gone? And the latest. Today is the Virgin. Atlantic fleet is shrinking measurably as the seven. Four seven are gone. They will not fly again. They're parked and they will not be returning and actually that is a bit more than just a seven four Sevens Virgin Atlantic is in dire straits at this point and they have withdrawn from London Gatwick Airport entirely at this point. It will keep the thoughts in hope that when demand picks back up it will resume flights at Gatwick. But who knows when that is? It may or May Not Happen Virgin Atlantic may or may not be airline in a year. I hope it is but we shall see but for now any of those fights that still operate will be operated out of Heathrow instead of Gatwick and don't be a I believe the other day is also said they're axing service from Gatwick so Gatwick not looking too good right now. Is it no? It's not an version saying they'll keep the slots is dependent on whether or not they're allowed to keep those slots so I think that'll be something interesting to watch whether or not that puts be a in a position to maybe get a better deal out of it or if anyone else wants to met jet blue once upon a time would have paid a princely sum for those thoughts but M- assuming those transatlantic desires are no more but we will see in at the same time virgin reaffirmed that it will be retiring. It's eight hundred thirty two hundred that I believe it acquired from the demise of Air Berlin in twenty twenty two as planned. So that's what a ten eleven aircraft headed out. Sizeable Chunk never small fleet and seven immediately. So that's pretty a pretty big drop off and then there's what happened at American. Were pretty much. If it was an older aircraft is grounded indefinitely and permanently retired. Gone are the seven. Six Sevens gone are the seven five seven. Jason I are actually looking into purchasing one. Beer can go on exactly gone. Are the nineties and gone are the CR J two hundreds operated by PSA? So that's another sizable chunk. Yeah none of. This is particularly surprising. The seven six seven fives and Iwo Ninety S. We're all slated to be retired sooner rather than later within the next year or two. Actually I believe we're missing the eighth HR thirty three hundred from this lists. Yes let's see. I wanted to be missing one and we'd get yelled at if we forgot it. So it's seven seven seven five seventy one ninety eighth three thirty three hundred not the two hundred and the CR J two hundred so those were all especially the ninety s and eighty three threes. Those were rumored for years now to be retired but now we finally know for sure those will be parked and almost certainly will not fly again as passenger aircraft. I would say the very good chance. Seven six get a new lease on life as freighters the seven. Fives have no idea. The nineties are interesting. They weren't that but American. Just had no place in. Its fleet for them. So what might happen to though? I do not know some. You went ninety S. The nineties are far too young to join the Pech mortar fleet. I mean we don't really look at anything beyond debates at this point. I look forward to the introduction of this seven to seventy or fleet one day one day. We'll get there. Were still a four engined for all as I like to say interesting so yeah American also recently last year. If you listened to the podcast you know that they retired the the mad dog the eighties with a huge amount of fanfare out in. Roswell these aircraft will not be getting such a party or celebratory retirement. Unfortunately the the tone this year is a bit different Disney it. It's a single line in a press release is what it is and maybe that's okay these days. I don't know there will be no party. Just a somber press release. Meanwhile north of the border up in Canada Eric Cannata will be retiring. Seventy nine aircraft including the seven six seven eight three nine thousand nine hundred and the e one ninety all of which are out. Oh no fleet immediately. Love No love for the ninety. Well no I don't know if the seven six seven in the eighth nineteen out in Malibu just ninety out immediately yours is unclear to me is being reduced anyway and yeah but this is particularly interesting because the seven six seven is rouges. Only wide-body aircraft rouges Air Canada's low costs unit so this affects rouge pretty hard. The bulk of its fleet is eight hundred. Nine thousand nine hundred seven six seven. They also have some three thousand three twenty ones but this will leave. Air Canada without a wide body fleet to operates mid haul and long haul flights especially transatlantic. So I don't know what happens to rouge in the future. Does it limit to just North American flights and the Caribbean? Or what? Well I think two things one. I'm not sure that the seven six seven hundred nineteen phase out effects rouge entirely. Oh it does that. It's that literally. Okay if you add the numbers up it is every facet. Every three nineteen equals Air Canada. Plus ruse got it so in that case. Here's what I say to you. Air Canada said that they're going into hibernation mode for three years. I mean they've been not terribly optimistic. Run off with. I mean but I think it's going to serve him. Well I really do. I think it's going to serve them. Well they're coming out with their. I forget what they branded it but cleaning promise and how they're sanitizing the yeah. Yeah and so. I think that in these times perhaps pessimism is warranted. If not only because it's probably a more accurate sentiment but I think that it sets you up for being pleasantly so I would much rather be pleasantly surprised that I have to bring more planes back from the desert than I didn't put enough planes into the desert and now I'm a very curious position. Yeah we'll see what happens. Nobody knows every crystal ball is pretty fuzzy at this point. I mean I think at this point that have all been taken smashed on the floor. I think they're parked out in the bone yard parked at crystal balls out in the desert. A boy anyway in the rundown fleet retirements sustained north. Yeah this is not a huge surprise. Alaska Airlines has decided it will not bring back the eight nine teens. It acquired from Virgin America which it never really wanted in the first place. They never refurbish those aircraft. They were actually still sporting the Virgin America Interior. Those are parked and will not be fine under the brand ever again. Hopefully somebody picks those up one day someone will perhaps explain to me and we can do this on the podcast. Or if anyone just wants to write an email to podcasts two four dot com I will spring for a meal or something if anyone can convincingly explain to me why Alaska Bought Virgin to screw jet blue route network. I mean that just enough reason. It was a fleet. It didn't want interior product. It did not want employees did not want really just wanted to make sure jet blue did not get all of the above guy. Yes so yeah. That's the three hundred are gone but that was probably going to happen regardless and then last but not least I think gun laws. Were missing anything right now. In the last two weeks Qantas Seven. Four seven will not be returning to the skies nor will some of the eight hundred eighty s probably. Maybe they've stopped the refurbishment process on the a three eighty. So there were six done and six to go. They've parked a few the a three eighty S. And so how many of those come back and when nobody knows nope but the seven four seven are in fact done for. That was rumored to be happening when they did there. I think the fly by on their last commercial flight with it that actually had passengers but it will not be coming back so and those were the special seven four seven. Four hundred ers were unique to Qantas. Yeah I mean. None of this is surprising. No but that also means that's the end of an aircraft type. Yeah worlds ahead and thought about it. Take that so. That's the first. It's not just Qantas grounding the seven four seven four hundred. Er they were the only airline that ever had that. So unless some other airline that Baltia maybe picks up four hundred Er. That's it that Avatar Avatar hats right. So I'M GONNA go.

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Never-before released Dr. Seuss book coming this fall

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

03:08 min | 4 years ago

Never-before released Dr. Seuss book coming this fall

"New Dr Seuss book coming out this fall? It's going to be in bookstores on September third. It's the finished manuscript by the late children's author, and it's the basis for Dr Seuss's horse museum random house's children's books announced the illustrator Andrew joiner completed the text which has a look that's very Susie as they say and wholly his own the book features horse art work by Pablo Picasso and Jackson Pollock among others and includes cameos from such Seuss favorites as the Grinch and the cat in the hat member. Dr Seuss whose real name was Theodor Geisel died in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. There was another release in two thousand fifteen what PECH get which was a. Best seller so fair or foul. I guess I'd have to really see the book to see if it was a fair attempt. But in historically, those things don't work out. Very well retry to finish geniuses work for them after they pass away. I don't know. It looks pretty good to me though. It looks good. But I it is weird. He's he's he's gone. So they're taking of this finished manuscript. I'm going to be a wait and see to. I can't really I'm not going to be fair foul until I see it. But I've seen clips of it. And it looks. It looks pretty good is what I'll say. I think it looks pretty good. But I don't know I agree with you. I what's it called the jury's out. It is called. Oh, the horse. Just say, I don't even know. I can't even remember Dr Seuss is Dr Suess. Horse. Museum. I think it's such a fine line behind like honoring somebody who's passed away. And then just riding on their coattails published book and make some money. Like, I mean. For example, like prince like after he passed away his family or whoever was in charge of his state did a bunch of things that he was vocal about not doing. I did it. Anyway. They charged for the ticket, of course, because they're making money on it right now, if this was like, a big charity foundation where they're gonna donate these books to like schools around the country or something like I would be one hundred percent on board whether or not it was a good project. But I'm sure that they're just a I'm actually you know, what I'm just going to go with foul. Wow. You just changed your mind. Go with foul. I'm on the fence. I wanna see it. I I'm going to see

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Comedian Zelenskiy leads poll in Ukraine presidential election

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:26 min | 4 years ago

Comedian Zelenskiy leads poll in Ukraine presidential election

"The presidential election in Ukraine will take place on the thirty first of March. And there are now forty four contenders. Including the incumbent, petro partial to people called Y tu Michenko, one of him used to be the prime minister on the comedian who plays the president in poplar Ukrainian television program. Let's hear from Christopher Mila journalists in Kiev, Krista. Thanks for joining us. I can we start with this comedian Vladimir Zilenski who is he. Alinsky is a very very popular. Funny, man, comedian TV show actor and stand up comedian. He actually leads a comedy group here that tours around the country and has been doing so for many years, and he kind of earned his fame that way and eventually led to a television program, which is called servant of the people in which he plays history teacher who becomes president overnight after a video of him kind of railing against corruption goes viral online, and he he becomes he becomes president and works over the course of the first season to root out corruption and plays this kind of honest character. And he's now going to piggy backing off of off of that that character that he plays in his own campaign. And he's he's he's kind of saying that, you know, I'm parallel to this to this. Character which equals vessel, and he saying that called Baroda and Zilenski are more or less the same kind of person. And it seems to be working because he's currently at the top of of of all independent polls in Ukraine, and and and certainly is shaping up to do very well in the first round of elections. So he's campaign line as you say is that he says the value of the man he pays on television. Does does he stand for anything else? What else is he is? He pro you know, that's one thing that he's very unclear about, you know, interestingly in place of providing specifics, and and more or less a platform. He's actually been using his large following on social media to more or less crowd source his platform and his perspective cabinet. Should he be elected president? So just two days ago actually yesterday morning. He. Posted a video of himself. Speaking to his two point seven million followers on Instagram saying, aren't you? Tired of presidents appointing. They're cronies to positions of power. Why don't you tell me who you would like to see for the prime minister of Ukraine, the position of the chief of the security service in defense ministry in foreign ministry. So he's kind of taking this this populist approach and appealing to Ukrainians who are more less rather more disenchanted with old faces in politics and are looking for new faces. And what about the incumbent PECH Persian has become more popular again recently? It's not. Yeah. You know, after after slipping in the polls late last year, you had a couple of pretty big political winds in January February the first being the formation of the new independent Ukrainian Orthodox church. And this is this is a new church that is broken away from the Russian Orthodox church. And you know, it was more more of a sort of nationalist move. And that that really gave him a bump in the polls in January. The second thing was was just a couple of weeks ago when he managed to get parliament to a two to approve an amendment to Ukraine's constitution to include the countries aspirations to join the EU in NATO and following those two victories. He he did see a bump in the polls that put him above the former prime minister Yulia Timoshenko and just behind Vladimir Dolinsky. So he's he's been writing a pretty nice way for the past couple of weeks. The real challenges is going to be to to carry that for the next thirty days until until the election and actually took a bit of a head overnight. When a group of investigative journalists published.

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