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A highlight from How you can Unleash your Potential and Achieve Dreams -- Interview with Katrine Horn by Shevo Umweni
"Hi, everyone. My name is Marianne See. I'm talking to you from Portugal. Please continue listening to Chabot's wonderful podcast. He's a great, great podcast host. Hi, I'm Terry Tucker, author of Sustainable Excellence, the 10 Principles to Leading Your Uncommon and Extraordinary Life. I'd like to encourage you to reach out and listen to Vivid Vision Podcast with Chabot. He's a remarkable young man, and I think you need to spend the time to listen to what he has to say. Thank you very much. Welcome to the Vivid Vision Podcast. Thank you for tuning in and making your choice to tactical strategies to implement on your way to greatness. And now, here is your host, Chabot Umani. Hello, listeners. Welcome to Vivid Vision Podcast with Chabot Umani. Today, I'm with a wonderful guest. Her name is Katrien Hahn. She lives in Toulouse in France. So the first voice you'll be hearing would be Katrien Hahn. Hello, Katrien Hahn. Hello, Chabot. How are you? I'm doing very fine. How are you? Good morning. I'm excellent. It's a beautiful day, and I'm excited to be talking with you. Thank you very much. I read you help women especially, right? You help everybody, but your concentration is majorly young. Well, most of the people who come to me for life coaching are women, and I think that's because they identify with me and with my story. So just to fill you up on that, I haven't always lived in France. I used to live, well, I was born in Denmark, which is in Northern Europe, and I wanted to play the harp when I was little. The harp is a musical instrument and like with lots of strings on it, and I thought, oh, wow, I really want to play that. And then I got the idea, well, I want to emigrate to the UK to go to music college, and so I did. And obviously, lots of people told me, well, it's impossible. You can't audition for music college and get in. You're just fantasizing, right? But you know what? I did it. I auditioned, and I got in. So that just proved to me that I could do anything I really wanted to do. And that felt so inspiring, and that is really just how I've kept living my life, having dreams and then following them. Is that something you can recognize from your life, Cebo? Yeah, I love music too. I help women, ambitious women, who've got a dream, but they can't quite believe that it's possible for them. So they're willing to believe that it's possible for other people to achieve their dreams, but they just think that they've got something that prevents them. And that could be anything, but when we really take it apart, when we really look at what is preventing them from following their dreams, it's just thoughts that they're having about themselves, about society, about their dreams. And once we have spotlighted or highlighted those thoughts, then we can question them. And that's really how coaching works. We take a thought we've got about something. So in my case, with this story I just told you about leaving Denmark to go to music college in London, my thought about that was it might not work out, right? So for me to take action, I needed to believe that it could work out. It just could. And then I just needed to practice that thought over and over again until I thought it probably will work out. Or if I do what's necessary, if I practice my heart a lot and I play really well, then it's possible. Do you see what I mean? So I'm working on my thoughts and once I've worked on my thoughts, I can then adjust my feelings because imagine traveling to the UK, believing this is not going to work. It's not going to feel good, is it? I'm going to feel despondent, defeated, that kind of feeling. But if I travel to London believing this will probably work out perfectly because I have prepared myself well. I can play beautifully and I have practiced a lot. So this will probably be a tremendous success. I said everybody has this fear in them, but it's only those that are able to conquer their fears that are able to achieve great things. Yeah, by conquering our fears, I'm much more for feeling them deeply. So my idea is that if you really feel your fear deeply, you really feel it, you get so familiar with your fear that your nervous system will no longer be afraid of it. So it sort of gets used to the fear being there and then the fear stops interfering with what it is you want to do. Do you see what I mean? Yeah.
Fresh "Portugal" from The Big Take
"As Mario said the build -up to the meeting was dominated by so many kind of graphic images. Libya the disaster unfolding there a after major storm unleashed devastating floods thousands are feared dead tonight. Wildfires are burning in different parts of the continent including in France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Croatia and Greece. Historic and horrific weather that's just slamming the northeast. 16 cities in Italy are under red alerts for extreme heat. We spoke to the European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen who's underlining her commitment to the European Green Deal and was quite active on the sidelines in really trying to burnish Europe's credentials and that and maintain that leadership position. So I think that while there are lots of questions in terms of popular support, pushback from voters, climate skeptics quite active on the ground in European politics, the atmosphere in New York and the global sense that this climate crisis is becoming very very real will really give them a tailwind. Raz, you said earlier that leaders from Middle Eastern nations have been asserting themselves more forcefully
A highlight from Who Is Worse? Blackrock Or The Catholic Church (Biggest Money Cartel In History)
"Are you ready to wage a war without end against you? Are you ready to wage that war armed with nothing but bottomless poverty? I didn't think so. In that case, stop talking bullshit. And get yourself some shoes, because the air in here is unbreathable. Money corrupts, and that's not news. Today, it's Black Rock, Vanguard, and State Street. But not too long ago, there's an entity that held even more power than those multinational conglomerates. We're going to take a step back in time to the Catholic Church of the Renaissance and learn how it basically controlled everything it touched and how the game has stayed pretty much the same through the 21st century. We may just find similarities to how banks, hedge funds, and the uber wealthy elite wield political power today. Let's get it. Now, before you get your commenting fingers twitching about how I'm being mean to Catholics, know that I'm just talking about a political institution 500 years ago. I'm not talking about Catholicism as a religious practice or the church today. You do you when it comes to religion. This is America. Okay, now let's get back to the Renaissance. One big similarity the old school church has with our tradfi overlords is the emphasis on secrecy. Both institutions are shrouded in mystery. No one really knows their entire net worth or their intentions. Well, other than maintaining the status quo so they can rake in as much money as possible, both the Catholic Church and the banks have covered up scandal and corruption time after time so they can continue business as usual. Back in Da Vinci's time, there are all sorts of rumors of popes and other church officials not exactly keeping up with the Christian morals they were preaching. There is abuses of all kinds, incest, orgies, mistresses, bribery. We're not even talking about the polycule. You name the sin, the Renaissance popes were probably doing it. There is even a pope who supposedly drank children's blood. And that same corruption seems to be rampant within the banks and hedge funds in modern times. JP Morgan was found to be handling the payments between Epstein and the people he was trafficking with. In fact, the number of billionaires with connections to Epstein are startling. What were you doing on the island? And we'd probably hear more about similar corruption and scandals within Black Rock, Vanguard and State Street if they didn't own basically every news organization in the US. But we'll get to that a bit later. For now, the big boys just pay a lot of fines for doing bad things. And that brings us to the first tool you need if you want to control everything. Here's a hint. It's all about the money. Have you ever heard the phrase, money is power? Well, I'm pretty sure the Renaissance Church invented that concept. Most economists reckon the wealth of the modern day Catholic Church is actually immeasurable due to all the priceless artwork, artifacts and the money laundering going on. And the reported $30 billion net worth is still high despite countries going through a Protestant Reformation during the Renaissance and subsequently reclaiming church lands. So just imagine how much land and property the church owned back when Catholicism was the only thing on the Christian menu. Although it's really hard to know for sure just how much cash the pope was raking in during the Renaissance, economists estimate it would be a little over $40 million annually in today's terms. And remember, this income doesn't include the land or artwork they're receiving as gifts or claiming by force. This gave the pope the kind of capital countries are usually playing with. And thus, the church had the same power as monarchs. Some would argue even more. And folks, we may have ditched the funny tights and corsets or maybe you have, but we have the same kind of issue today. Vanguard, Black Creek and State Street manage almost $20 trillion, which is almost more than the U .S.'s GDP. And not only do they control more wealth than most countries in the world, those hedge funds are also managing wealth for countries, which creates a vicious, incestual cycle of corruption. Back in 2016, Forbes reported that the wealth gap is worse today than it was in the Middle Ages. And that's not very hard to believe when we know the top 1 % holds 15 times more wealth than the bottom 50 % of America. And during the COVID lockdown, the 10 richest billionaires doubled their fortunes, while 160 million people fell into poverty. So how did both the uber wealthy of the modern day and the ancient Catholic Church amass this kind of wealth? Well, the church had millions of people tithing 10 % of their income. Doesn't this sound a bit like the interest we pay banks on loans and banking fees? And 10 % is nothing in comparison to the types of interest we pay just to exist in the modern world. The highest credit card is over 30%, and most of us are paying somewhere in the 20s. And because the Fed is raising rates, other borrowing is getting more expensive, too. Student loan rates have increased, and taking out a loan to buy a home is nearly impossible these days because rates have almost tripled. mortgage rates haven't been above 6 % since the housing crisis in 2008. And yet, somehow, it's only us plebs who are paying these kinds of rates to borrow money. The corporations like BlackRock and JP Morgan take out loans with nearly 0 % interest. In fact, the wealthier you are, the less banks deem you as a risk. So you get the best rates. But in reality, this turns into a vicious cycle where the hyper wealthy hoard more money and the poor can't afford to borrow. Right now, the average interest for a personal loan is between 6 % and 36%, where the average interest for businesses is 2 % to 13%. Interest is leveraged against the average American the same way the Catholic Church used to leverage Ursary Usury is the practice of charging interest, and it used to be the biggest sin you could commit. But the church got creative with how it weaponized usury. It didn't go after wealthy banking families like the Medicis, who supplied the church with gifts and managed church money for free. The church conveniently cracked down on the practice so that the lower classes wouldn't have access to the extra capital that would give them the opportunity for upward mobility. It's wild how the past is so similar to our present. Why do you think day traders and TradFi have to keep at least $25 ,000 in their accounts? Supposedly, it's to protect the poor from the volatility of the market. But the way I see it, it's just another method of keeping smart people from changing their economic circumstances. And who do you think pressured the SEC to create that law in the first place? I'm willing to bet it was a giant money manager like State Street, Vanguard and BlackRock. They would like to have a monopoly on trading and hand all of us regular Joes a measly little 0 .01 % or whatever the bank interest is these days. I say no. And I want more than a toaster. And speaking of monopolies, the Catholic Church had a monopoly on salvation during the Renaissance, so people couldn't exactly go around negotiating that 10 % tithing rule or what exactly counted as a sin. It's really similar to how we can't really negotiate modern prices in this supposedly free market. The monopoly aspect is something the church and our wealthiest modern day corporations have in common. Look at the bank failures recently. Despite Jamie Dimon claiming the smaller banks are good for our financial ecosystem, Chase was very quick to gobble up the banks that went under. If we weren't there already, we're scarily close to a bank monopoly. Another way the Catholic Church made money was selling indulgences to rid the nobility of their sins. The Renaissance nobility were up to some shady things too and needed to be seen as moral so they could stay in power. The most corrupt nobles could buy a spot in heaven by donating land or commissioning artwork. Doesn't this feel a lot like government subsidies and contracts for major corporations? Hey, you want to look like you support green energy? Give Elon Musk millions to play with. Oh sure, Blackstone, we'll subsidize your billion dollar debt with taxpayer money because it makes us look like we're stimulating the economy. No problem. Another modern means of absolution is corporations using carbon credits to pay off their climate sins. This is how companies like Exxon have a higher ESG score than Tesla. They know who's palm to grease. Another great way to amass incomparable wealth is to be able to claim yourself as tax -free. If you can pull that off, it's an amazing feat. Just ask the NFL. Throughout history, the Catholic Church found ways to skirt taxation by the state and that practice is alive and well today. Do you think Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos are paying income taxes? I hate taxes. You hate taxes. We all hate taxes. But in our current society, we pay them. And it's a little more than unfair that the wealthiest among us are acting like they're tax exempt. Both the mega wealthy and the Catholic Church of the Renaissance controlled education and access to information. So kind of like mind control. The church kept their religious texts in Latin to keep the masses from being able to access it themselves. We already talked about how they also chose a lot of their sins to maintain the status quo in social hierarchy. It's a sin if you don't hit the like button. Similarly, corporate lobbyists have forced the government to slash education funding. That combined with other factors have made tuition exorbitantly high. We already talked about the student loan issue. Most people can't even afford college anymore. And if you take your education into your own hands by trying to stay up to date on news and media, you'll quickly realize almost every media company is owned by major corporations who have BlackRock and Vanguard as their primary investors. So you can't always trust what they're telling you because they have an agenda to stay in power. That's why it's hard to find information on the full extent of the corruption of the likes of BlackRock and Vanguard. I'm sure many reporters have pitched stories that have been shut down by the shady higher -ups. But here at BitBoy Crypto, we're proud to bring you the content that can't be bought by dark Wall Street money. Finally, that brings us to the third way the church and finance sectors control the world. It's not what you know, but who you know. And you know me. And I know you know that I know you. Political wheeling and dealing. And if that doesn't work, position your family members in places of power. Every royal court and government had pupil ambassadors that would ride back and forth through the Vatican and other church lands negotiating with church officials. That sounds a lot like a very early version of a lobbyist to me. And because as the head of the church, the pope had immense power, he was able to recommend marriages, which usually involved installing a member of his family at a high position. Pope Alexander VI married his daughter, Lucretia Borgia, off three different times. He simply annulled her first marriage when her husband was no longer politically advantageous and the Borgias may or may not have been responsible for murdering Lucretia's second husband. Pope Clement VII married one of his family members, Catherine de Medici, to the future king of France, which was a helpful political alliance during a time fraught with Protestant uprisings. This should all sound very familiar because the majority of our politicians, no matter the political party, have familial or social ties to banks, hedge funds, and the uber wealthy elite. There are so many examples of this, we can't list them all, but here are a few to sink your teeth into. George W. Bush had an uncle who provided discreet banking services for people in Washington, DC, and his brother Jeb also worked in banking before politics. Then you have the Clintons, whose son -in -law is an investor at a Texas private equity firm. Trump is friends with all sorts of sketchy billionaires across the globe. And look at Jared Kushner. And then you have Biden, whose son Hunter has been a hedge fund principal, venture capitalist, private equity fund investor, and painter. And now we have even more of Jamie Dimon's shenanigans. He doesn't have enough power running the largest bank of America. He's thinking of going into politics? And remember, guys, political corruption is like an iceberg. The evidence we have is just the tip due to how good they are at covering their tracks. And the Renaissance pope's habit of just making princes is exactly what our financial overlords do today. Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne the Holy Roman Emperor out of nowhere, and Pope Alexander VI made one of the sons he had with his official mistress, a prince who supposedly inspired Machiavelli's The Prince. I don't think he inspired the artist, though. BlackRock and the likes are making princes, too. This is where we get into the modern day campaign financing, where it costs millions to be democratically elected prince. In 2016, only 158 families controlled 50 % of campaign financing. Our biggest banks spend millions on campaign financing for Republicans and Democrats every year, and that's just the money they actually report. There's a bigger, more illicit pool of dark money that controls politics. And if you think they're spending billions on these politicians just to be nice, think again. Nobody spends something for nothing. Billionaire Bernard Schwartz is quoted as saying, I don't ask politicians to do what I say. I want them to hear me when I have a problem. And according to Vanity Fair, BlackRock's CEO Larry Fink loved to go around saying that he told Washington what to do. Doesn't all this sound a bit like the Catholic Church saying, Well, you technically can do what you want, but if you don't do what I say, your soul will spend eternity in a very hot, not -so -nice place. You don't want to know where that poker goes. And now we get to number four on our list. It is better to be feared than to be loved. Also known as scare tactics. If the immense wealth, information control, and political corruption wasn't enough to scare the living daylights out of you, the Renaissance Catholic Church took it to a whole other level. The way the church portrayed hell through artwork and story was absolutely terrifying. Of course you're going to do whatever the Pope says to save yourself from eternal damnation. And the banks and hedge funds do this too. Make sure you have an IRA because if you aren't getting our measly 5 % every year, how will you possibly be able to retire? Don't worry, that number barely covers inflation on a good year. And if you don't buy things with credit cards or open a car loan and pay his interest, you won't have credit to buy a house later. And finally, this one's my favorite, guys. If you don't bail us out, the entire world will explode. We're too big to fail. And now we get to the final element you will need to succeed at controlling everything. Drum roll, please. Military power. Plato said, All wars are fought for the sake of getting money. And folks, he was probably right. The Pope would also deem certain wars holy and approve military actions. When Henry VIII left the church, the Pope excommunicated him and told his people that rising up against him was holy because he'd gone against God. Pope Alexander VI issued the Enter Saterra, which authorized Spain and Portugal to colonize, convert and enslave the Americas. And sometimes the Pope would even command armies himself. Did you know the Pope raised and commanded the army that was responsible for the Crusades? So I guess that we can be thankful that the hedge funds and banks haven't started raising their own armies. But then again, why would they when they have the entire government under their thumb and they could spend the free time bathing in gold? Today, massive corporate institutions lobby in favor of warfare because it benefits them financially. Corporations have made billions from the war in Ukraine and the Iraq war was conceived to financially benefit oil companies and their investors. Just look how much BlackRock has invested in military weapons. $56 .74 billion. And you can't tell me they don't have a financial interest in the military industrial complex. That was a lot of info, guys. And I'm impressed you stuck with us for this trip down History Lane. I don't want to leave you on a gloom and doom note, however. Here's the bright side, folks. The Protestant Reformation did come as a reaction to the Catholic Church's corruption and power. And hundreds of years later, the church is still powerful. Nowhere near as powerful as they were during the Renaissance. We have the same opportunity to throw off the yoke of the banks and hedge funds that control our current financial system and government. That's where crypto comes in. No matter how much they try to manipulate the market, they can't control our gains, especially when we think long term. Do your research. Find out who the biggest investors are in the companies you buy from and patronize smaller businesses. Take your business or credit unions instead of feeding the pockets of the giant banks. Really question what politicians are telling you and push for campaign finance reform. This is a potential future where we all are free. That's all I have for you guys. DZ out.
A highlight from Crypto Millionaire Says: Sell Everything, BUY BITCOIN
"I know that the question in your heads now is, but should we buy? Should we buy? Guys, to be very, very, very clear, if I would have a house, a car, a pension fund, and everything else that I had seven years ago, I would sell everything and go all in now because we are at the bottom of the bear market cycle. We just left that one. We are going to go in a mess of bullion again after 2024 halving. So yes, if you ask that, this is the perfect moment to start accumulating Bitcoin, guys. What's up, BitSquad? Welcome to another edition of the Alpha Series, where we bring you some of the smartest minds in space so we can break down what's going on in the world of Bitcoin and the digital asset ecosystem. I just wanted to say thank you, everybody, for being here with us on a Saturday. Without any further ado, Mr. Didi Tahutu, how are you doing? Thank you for being here with us. Hey, Kelly. Thank you for inviting me. Thank you for inviting me to the Bitmap Gallery. Awesome. And I'm doing amazing. We are in the bull market. I know that some people still feel that we are in the bear market because of the volatility, but this is the most beautiful part we just had in the Bitcoin MTA timeframe bearish. You buy up everything again and now you can start to enjoy that whole bull run again. So I'm doing amazing. The family is doing amazing. At the moment of Portugal, soon traveling to Singapore for token 2049 and to watch the Formula 1 and then to Thailand. So couldn't be better. Well, you know, you and I have had the opportunity to speak a number of times, both on Twitter spaces, on podcasts, and you even were a guest here on BitLab Academy a few months back. And if anybody doesn't know who you are, that's OK, because we can't all know everybody, right? But just as a brief sort of introduction to who you are in this space and the fact that you just mentioned and you had to mention, we're in Portugal now, you move around, you travel and you live as the Bitcoin family. You live primarily almost almost extensively and exclusively on the principles of decentralized finance on Bitcoin outside of the banking system. How long have you been in the digital asset ecosystem? What got you there? And is it truly possible to live outside of the fiat system? Yeah, very good question, man. I Bitcoin started mining in 2013. At that moment, still like miners in my company that I was running at that time. And that's when I started mining. And from mining Bitcoin in 2014, we had this huge crash to $200. At that moment, we considered that as a crash from $12 to $200. I started to mine Dogecoin, which if that went was one of the most popular meme coins. And from mining Bitcoin, I came into some difficulties in life. My mother died, my father died. And then somewhere in 2016, I needed to have a reset. So I started traveling the world with my family. And in 2017, we decided let's go home, sell the house, sell the company, sell everything we own and just go all into Bitcoin and then just support this peaceful, anarchistic revolution of the new monetary system. And that's what we did. And then from that moment, we were all in Bitcoin. Three months later, we didn't have bank accounts anymore. And the last seven years now, we've been traveling through 42 countries as the Bitcoin family all over the world, solely living with cryptocurrency and by now also some debit cards, the Bitcoin debit cards, you all know them.
A highlight from The Next MAJOR ATTACK On Crypto Has Begun!
"If you're feeling depressed or demotivated by this crypto pricing market you're not alone and this is probably going to be the most important show that you're ever gonna have to watch because I'm gonna put it all into perspective for you. A lot of people think that it actually may be about the price but it's actually not about the price because from a price point of view you can argue that we're actually doing okay you know like Bitcoin is still at 26 ,000 if you take where we've come from from the beginning of the year we are still 67 % up which is not bad for a pre -harving year so it's not about the price. What it is it's about the sideways chop movement combined with these ongoing attacks that we have to endure in crypto all the time and if you look at the latest attack that we've got in crypto it's now the SEC actually coming after NFT so it's like it feels like whatever we do whatever innovation we make whatever we try and and come up with the SEC just comes out and attacks us and you know this is really really really what the depression phase is about it's it's almost like death by a thousand cuts it's not that that quick death where the prices go down but it's actually at this death by a thousand cuts and I saw this tweet over here I'll actually show you this tweet over here so I saw the tweet and it show and it shows us this Wall Street cheat sheet around the altcoins and if let me let me actually make it a bit bigger and you can see but you can see that it feels like we're very very very much now in the sideways slightly going down getting into that depression phase and the problem with this phase is that this phase is like running a marathon this phase is about the fittest survive this is about the people who have the most stamina and most people actually fall out in this phase of the market that's why it's called the depression phase it's a phase that is designed to test your staying power it's a phase that is designed to test your conviction in this market and let me tell you in the last bull market in the last bear market I dropped out towards the end of this phase and was one of the biggest mistakes that I ever made because by the time I got back I got back and I'd missed half the run but lucky I got back in time and I still managed to make some money problem is with this phase that this phase can actually last very very very long in fact if we look at the last time that this phase happened I saw a tweet here let's actually look at where this tweet is that it could take up to 400 I will look at it during the show but it could take up to 400 days for this phase to pass it's really gonna be a big test it's important that if you are feeling that way if you are feeling like you're losing a bit of interest this is the show that you actually want to watch this is probably the most important show that you ever that you that you're gonna need that we've made at this time and I like this tweet because what this tweet says it really summarized says says time -based capitulation is now in full effect no new inflows daily addresses are stagnant developers are capitulating NFTs are trending to zero the only true believers the patient and the redacted remain this is the actual opportunity zone but today is gonna be about capitalizing on the actual opportunity zone and making sure that we don't capitulate that we don't land up like all the other channels I'm gonna show you a lot of a lot of the things that I've done I'm gonna show you a lot of the things that I'm looking at that keep me motivated to be here to be making content every single day so let's do it guys and let me know in the comments what you're feeling let me know how you feeling in the comments let me know if you're feeling what I described let me know if you're feeling the effects of the capitulation phase of the depression phase let me know if you wake up in the morning and don't really feel like looking at your crypto let me know if you questioning why you're still around and maybe even looking for other investments or maybe other places to put your money and if you're maybe looking for other jobs I know James and Josh that I know that I know that they're looking for other jobs also because I get I see the internet access and I see that they very much on job sites I saw that James was on some gems are gay porn job site I mean is that what you want to go now bro are you forming a coup I'm gonna be looking for are you gonna do the same thing you're gonna do the same thing that bit boys team did to bit boy I mean I look let's just really talk for two seconds about this whole bit boy thing and we did speak about it yesterday I really feel bad for him because he has spent a long time building something amazing I mean he built 1 .45 million subscribers and I mean his team must have been really really really pushed to get him out I saw that they published a statement yesterday after our show after we broke the news right here on banter we said yesterday BJ investment holdings the parent company of hit network took decisive legal action in removing Ben Armstrong from the company and specifically the bit boy crypto brand this difficult decision is a culmination of a prolonged effort to help in during his relapse into substance abuse as well as the reconcile emotional physical and financial damage he has done to the employees of hit network and bit boy crypto look it seems to me I mean I read a couple of things here the first thing is they had a legal leg to stand on to get him out of the channel which is kind of strange because I would have imagined that he's a shareholder and if he is a shareholder how do you get a shareholder out of the channel like that's quite a big thing I always thought that Ben was actually one of the biggest shareholders in bit boy crypto how do you get a majority shareholder out but if you read between the lines of there obviously it's some legal leg to stand on the other thing is it felt to me or it looks to me like they really really really tried hard to help him and to get him right like a prolonged effort to help in during his relapse into substance abuse as well as to reconcile the emotional physical and financial damage done the other thing is that we haven't heard anything from bit boy and usually bit boy is the loudest voice in the shed I've texted him a few times and let me not lie to you and actually just check if he has responded to any of my texts usually he would get back to me very quickly when I when I texted him I think now maybe slightly different could mean that he's in rehab could mean that he's just been told by his lawyers not to say anything maybe listen either way as we said very very very publicly yesterday he came out as I said Ben is not owned by hit Network Ben being the coin or bit boy crypto it is managed by separate entity controlled entirely exclusive are Ben Armstrong and Duchess of DeFi who's Duchess of DeFi let's follow her so that is what he came out and said look we came out yesterday and we said I like the people at bit boy crypto they're hard workers with a great work ethic TJ and all the guys they are very hard workers with with a with a great great great work ethic I really hope they succeed in building the business we will help them wherever we can and one of the things we're actually thinking of doing let me know if you think it's a good idea or a bad idea but to help the guys on the channel because we really want them to stay alive and to survive this so one of the things that we are pushing or what we will do to actually try and help them is we actually gonna have a viewing party where we actually just log on and actually watch their show with our community like we do when we do the FMC so basically we'll just log in we'll create a stream and our stream will actually watch their stream and hopefully that'll give more people exposure to that channel and that will help the channels recovery because I really want to help them as much as I can I really think that these are good people who've really tried hard to build a business and you know addiction is a bad thing addiction is a really really really tough thing and we can't judge someone because they have an addiction I know some people don't understand what addiction is and they think that addiction is just about you know maybe having a bit of an extra drink or maybe taking one extra opioid it's not that it's when you come reliant on it when you become reliant on a substance it's very very very very very hard to get off and we're gonna do whatever we can to help the channel and help them get on their feet we'll even go the extra mile to to do that so yeah so let us know what you think in the comments also listen if you're new to our channel and or if you've come over from the bit boy channel to our channel subscribe to our channel welcome anyone's welcome here I also like this content let me know what you think of my idea to try and help the bit boy crypto team someone says addiction here is tough yeah we're all addicted so someone says have fun storming the car phone we all have addiction we're traders you know it we right we all have addiction we are all traders the problem is that now in crypto we ain't getting our dope immune fix that's the problem here we ain't even you know like we came to crypto because we like volatility we came to crypto because we like action now there's no volatility there's no price action there's pretty much nothing I mean let's look at let's we can look at the bubble so if you look at the bubbles not much happening today pulse down again I'll never I'm never gonna see my money out of pulse Tommy one of our sponsors up ten point three three percent flex is down seventy one percent now I really hope that if you had flex you did swap it for the the open X tokens because as far as I understand if you had flex and you didn't swap it for the open X token that means that your your token is actually now worthless and it is I mean if you didn't swap it is as if today users can no longer convert flex to open X during the token migration over 35 million flex was converted by users issue I have here I think flex is a hundred million tokens in circulations which means that 65 million people sickening supply 100 million 98 million that means that that 65 million token holders didn't actually swap unless that's part of the the company Treasury so as I said look if you look at the bubbles it's getting depressing we came here because Oh Casper's getting to a nice level hold on a second hold on a second whoa whoa everybody hold the phone Wow three point two cents for Casper this is maybe nibble territory this is maybe this is where I would maybe look to start nibbling into Casper maybe after show maybe after show I'll start in the bling into Casper so anyway going back to it and going back to what you said going back to what you guys said is we're all addicts here we come here for the dopamine rush the problem is that now we're not even getting the dopamine rush on the show it's boring there's nobody left here there are no more bulls everyone is bullish everyone is bearish no everyone is gone and that's the truth of it if you look at it everyone is starting to go you got the volatility the Bollinger levels they've been ever this is the lowest the Bollinger bands have been ever ever this means that we're at a point now where the volatility is gone and that is what was keeping us here in the market now the truth is anyone who's been in a market for long enough knows that when the volatility goes when the volatility comes back up there is an explosive move but the problem is will you be around to experience that move which is almost inevitable I'm going to show you why that move is almost inevitable the other thing we're seeing is that searches for crypto have gone down to absolute zero long story short no one's interested anymore people in crypto are starting to pivot out of crypto I even saw my good friend CTO Larson who by the way I love he's starting to make videos on Nvidia you know and and you know James has always made videos about about stocks it just shows that not much going on and as a result of the fact that not much is going on well that's this is this is what what we're dealing with now this is this is what we're dealing what we're dealing with now the volume has gone down to an all -time low I also saw this so the pace of USDC art flows in an average week they issue 1 .1 but they were deeming 1 .4 billion dollars worth of stable coins which means that actually money is actually starting to leave crypto and I'm going to show you in a second where that money is going and why this actually may be a good thing but important for you to note that you know you're not alone here because money is actually starting to leave crypto because I think it's because of the bottom because of the the the the sideways the sideways returns and stuff like that now what you got to know here is is this is the time when champions are made and I want to show you something here so this is the time where I read this tweeted time capitulation is in full effect new no new inflows the daily addresses are stagnant devs are capitulating NFTs trading to zero only true believers the patient and the redacted remain this is the true opportunity zone and what what keeps us here is you've got to have your eye on the prize you have to keep your eye on the prize and say no matter how tough this race is you have to get to the finish line of this race why because you've been here for so long and I'll never forget eight weeks before an Iron Man eight weeks before the Lisbon Iron Man I did I had a phone call with one of my friends I'd never swung before I could hardly run and I was I was quite a good cyclist and I had a phone call with one of my friends and he said to me I said hey what you know what are you doing it's I'm training for Iron Man I said where's the Iron Man he said no the Iron Man's in Portugal in Lisbon I said I'm in I went to a swimming teacher and I jumped in the pool swimming with my head out the water swimming teacher says to me I said can you have me ready in time for Iron Man she said yeah definitely I can have you ready in time for next year April which is the Iron Man in South Africa she said no I said to her no I said the Iron Man is in eight weeks she looked at me said you got no chance truth is though kept my eye on the prize trained and trained and trained and got to the race now as I arrived at the race in Portugal my wife phoned me said I'm going into labor with you with you she was in South Africa I was in Portugal my wife phoned me said I'm going into labor my son was about to be born I probably shouldn't have gone away because my wife was due that week and there was no way I could get back so I said to go to the doctor and tell the doctor to keep the baby in somehow what she basically did anyway the next day was Iron Man it was the hardest race of my life I was completely completely completely unprepared but what did I do I just focused on the prize I just focused on finishing the race getting the medal getting home and and and and going to watch my wife give birth and actually here is just to show you actually I'm not around a motorcyclist but I actually did manage to keep my eye on the prize and actually managed to finish the Iron Man and it was not a great time with six hours and 40 minutes but I managed to do it I managed to do it and I had to wear that those lycra's and shit like that so I guess the what separates the the boys from the men what separates the real athletes from from those who can't run and can't do anything else is the ability to keep the eyes on the prize and block out the noise in this time and if you look at who's actually keeping the eyes on on on the prize I read this tweet over here which is hearing rumors of pessimism creep into the market and certainly feeling it with friends that I speak to just a friendly reminder that the largest asset manager on earth are fighting to front -run each other on the ETF approvals for the spot Bitcoin ETFs and futures -based ETH ETFs you've you've just had validation the validation you dreamed of for years with respect to TradFi embracing fully the crypto future without even inclinations to embrace token with even inclinations to embrace tokenization of equities commodities and other sectors TradFi has never been more bullish whilst those who are crypto natives have never been more bearish now TradFi know how to keep their eyes on the prize BlackRock know how to keep their eyes on the prize they know that this is just a function of cycles and in a cycle you're gonna get ups and you're gonna get downs and unfortunately now we're going through a bad part of the cycle we're going through a bad part of the liquidity cycle and I'll show you in a second how that is how that is is affecting you but what what you can see here is you can see that what these guys are doing in the background is they are actually buying the miners okay so BlackRock is passively buying up miners for their index futures funds on behalf of clients because BlackRock is I think the was it the fourth BlackRock is a shareholder in four out of the five largest public crypto miners and I think it's the number two shareholders yeah BlackRock is ranked number two shareholder now ask yourself a question is BlackRock buying these mining stocks to flip them or is BlackRock buying these mining stocks on behalf of their clients because their clients are bullish on the future of Bitcoin it's exactly that their clients are bullish on the future of Bitcoin and that is why BlackRock is taking the opportunity to fill up their bags at a time like this so these guys are experts at keeping their eyes on the price now how long is this is this depression phase gonna last bad news is this depression phase may be like the Ironman that I ran six hours and 40 minutes of hell on the road okay I'll tell you one of the stories I finished this the swim I finished a cycle after the cycle you got a 21 kilometer run so you've just cycled for four hours or three and a half hours and then you've swam for 38 minutes and now you get out and you got to start running it was hot and I was running and there were a lot of supporters in Lisbon in Cascais and they started pouring water on us because I wanted to keep us cool but the water was going into my shoes and I was getting blisters I was getting bad blisters now imagine it's your first half Ironman you're running you're getting blisters it's the worst day of your life it is the longest race of your life now that is where we at at the moment this thing can last long I mean I went back to see how long this period was in the previous in the previous market and here it is if you take the top to the next time we breach that high 491 days it took 491 days okay now look maybe we've maybe we've we've we've got less in fact if you look at at this thing over here he says if we were to do the same thing we still need to go for 384 days to create a higher macro high and break 31 ,000 for good now I think that that's the worst case scenario I think that the markets changing the market structures changed but I mean you've got to keep your eyes open you got to keep your your eyes you got you got it make sure that you have enough enough gel packs and make sure that you have enough food and whatever else you need to go that distance and look maybe we go that distance maybe we don't go the distance but regardless make sure that you guys are packed make sure that you have whatever you need to actually run the dress we'll be here running with you well we will as a community we will all run together and when one of you feels one of you feels like like you're falling out we will all help you get back we will push you we will carry you we'll put our arms around you we'll walk with you we'll make sure that as a community we all get to the end of the race that's for sure we're gonna be a it's not about winning the race yeah it's about making sure we all get through this race together so that's it as I said there's a big boys the guys that are race fit the guys that have done a hundred Ironman because one thing one thing I saw when I was doing the Ironman is there's a big difference between people like me who came for the first time and people that have done this a million and one times the people that have done this a million one times they run and they look super relaxed and they smiling at everybody people like me who haven't done this before I was suffering I kept looking at people thinking am I gonna collapse is he gonna collapse is everyone around me those that had actually run the race many times those that were experienced they were smiling they were having a good time they knew exactly what was it and that's exactly what's happening here with Blackrock that's exactly what's happening here with all the the investors for me for you for everybody else here for every for all of us this is our first Ironman race this is the first time that I've seen contracting liquidity and increasing liquidity I didn't pay attention to liquidity increasing global liquidity increasing you you didn't pay any attention to global liquidity increasing but there are people that have done many many many of these races and they have been paying close attention to these liquidity cycles for a long period of time and they know that this is exactly a part of the liquidity cycle right now global liquidity is down when global liquidity is down and risk assets go down that's what it is there it is you can see it over there they also know that liquidity is a function exactly a function of Bitcoin is exactly a function of global liquidity here is US financial liquidity regimes and here is the price of Bitcoin the red indicates decreasing liquidity the green indicates increasing liquidity it's simple liquidity Bitcoin risk assets crypto is a function of liquidity right now global liquidity is decreasing because the u .s.
A highlight from UX Design with LLMs, with Braden Ream, CEO, Voiceflow
"All right. Hello, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. Welcome to VUX World. I was going to say, all right, all right, all right there. So I've kind of been slipping into and someone pointed out that it's a Matthew McConaughey quote. And so for some reason I just slip in. All right, all right, all right. Hello, welcome. But hello and welcome to VUX World. Today you'll notice I am wearing my trusty Voiceflow cap because is today Voiceflow CEO Braden Ream's third appearance on VUX World. We go way back and today is going to be an epic conversation. We're going to be discussing large language models and the future of conversation design and the future of AI application design and the future of Voiceflow. I'm looking forward to that coming up in just one minute. But before that, I need to give a shout out to our presenting sponsor today, Tideo. Tideo is a conversational AI platform that specializes in catering and providing for small to medium sized retailers. So if you are a retailer, maybe you're running on something like Spotify, maybe you're running on something else, and you want to look at ways in which you can utilize artificial intelligence, then you should check out Tideo. It's got a live chat platform plus conversational AI capabilities. It's got a lot of pre -built intents, pre -built conversations around order check -in, product availability, shipping status, returns, all that kind of stuff. And it is answering somewhere, what is the figure? It's four out of five customer questions it's answering successfully. So if you want to benefit from artificial intelligence, but you don't want to put in a whole load of groundwork, time and effort, and you want to get to market a little bit faster, then you should check out Tideo. You can, if you want to, go to tideo .com forward slash V -U -X and there you will find a promo code where you will save 20 % if you were to go and join today. That is Tideo, T -I -D -I -O .com forward slash V -U -X. Thank you, Tideo, for partnering and sponsoring V -U -X World. Now the other thing we definitely need to discuss is, it's coming around so thick and fast, I can't believe how fast it's coming around. It is the Voice and AI Summit in September. It's at the beginning of September from the 7th, sorry, from the 6th through the 8th, and it is going to be absolutely immense. We are going to be in Washington, D .C. for the Voice and AI Summit. For those of you who are familiar with the Voice Summit, you'll be familiar with the event. It's been slightly rebranded, it's now focusing more on generative AI, large language models, that kind of stuff. Last year we had a track there, we had a stage, it was absolutely immense. We were focusing on enterprise application of AI, and today, not today, but in two weeks' time, we'll be doing the exact same thing. The V -U -X stage will be back and we'll be looking at how large enterprises, including some large banks, including some big insurance providers, including some big healthcare companies, how are they utilizing this emerging technology in the enterprise today? And if you were to do something similar, how can you do that? Effectively, responsibly, and with a high degree of quality. Now, speaking, you can go to voiceand .ai, the website is, and you can get your tickets to find out more there. So speaking about utilizing large language models effectively, let's welcome on today's guest, Braden Rehm. Voiceflow have just raised another round of funding, another $15 million to put into growing and scaling the platform, and so I'm delighted for Braden to join me for the third time on V -U -X World. Welcome. Well, welcome myself. Yeah, excited to be back, third time. Wow, Patrick. And now I'm wearing the Voiceflow hat, which I was lovingly given at UNPERS in July. Thank you for partnering with us for that event. It was absolutely fantastic to see you and the team over here in the UK, and to support the first in -person conversation design conference in the world, which was absolutely fantastic. And now I owe you one of these for your hat trick. Your third appearance on V -U -X World gets you the yellow V -U -X cap. Very exclusive merch, this, Braden. So I'll be bringing this across the pond to Washington to present to you at the Voice and AI Summit. So there you go. Love it. Yeah, no, it was an awesome conference. Thank you for putting on UNPERS. We're excited to be back next year. Definitely, definitely. It was really good, actually. I don't want to overly plug our own events and stuff like that, but it did have a very nice communal feel about it. It was really great content, good vibes, good afterparties, which are also very important. And yeah, looking forward to it. Can't wait to have you along next year. We have some people tuning in. We've got Paul Cutzinger. Shout out to Paul. He says, hello, party people. Jose Burgos, how are you from Austin, Texas? Hello, how are you from Austin? There you go. Hi from Portugal. Elson, welcome from Portugal. We are truly global -ridden right now.
A highlight from Labelled Permanently Disabled -- Healing power of the mind -- With Maryanne Sea
"Hello, hello, hello, hello. I want to welcome you to today's episode on Vivid Vision Podcast. Before we get into today's episode, I really want to appreciate everyone who's been supporting us, who has been following us on social media, on Instagram, on Facebook, and on Twitter, and on trade. Yes, we are on trade. On trade, we are ShareVisions. We are ShareVisions on trade. You know about trade, right? Trade is a new app owned by Mark Zucabe. Mark Zucabe is the owner of Facebook and Instagram. So if you have an Instagram account, all you have to do is just download the app, trade, and link it. So there was a lot of disturbances between Zucabe and Elon Musk. If you have been following social media, you might have heard that Zucabe copied exactly Elon Musk's Twitter for the trade. So that's what's been going on. I don't know. Let me ask you, are you still using your trade? Because the first and the second day it's begun, so many people were so, so excited. I jumped into it the first day. Yeah. So I want to ask you, are you still there? Well, I've not been there for so many days now. All right, all right, let's get into today's business. During the week, I have the privilege to interview this wonderful lady. Her name is Miryansi, Miryansi, Miryansi live in Lisbon, Portugal. She tells a story of how she was labeled permanently and totally disabled by the US government as a result of multiple chemical sensitivity. She told a story of how she was disabled and how she was healed. She is an expert when it comes to the mind -body connection. She believes that you can overcome any situation if you really want to overcome it. Instead of wallowing in self -pity, she says there is a strength within you. If understand you how the mind works, how the mind works with your soul to affect your body, meaning that if you are in good control of your mind, you will be able to defile any sicknesses in the body. I wouldn't say much right now. I'm just trying to introduce you to today's episode. After this short break would be the interview with Miryansi. Miryansi, you are going to benefit a lot from it, so I want you to stay tuned. Welcome to Vivid Vision once again. My name is Shevo. Over your name.
Labelled Permanently Disabled -- Healing power of the mind -- With Maryanne Sea - burst 01
"Hello, hello, hello, hello. I want to welcome you to today's episode on Vivid Vision Podcast. Before we get into today's episode, I really want to appreciate everyone who's been supporting us, who has been following us on social media, on Instagram, on Facebook, and on Twitter, and on trade. Yes, we are on trade. On trade, we are ShareVisions. We are ShareVisions on trade. You know about trade, right? Trade is a new app owned by Mark Zucabe. Mark Zucabe is the owner of Facebook and Instagram. So if you have an Instagram account, all you have to do is just download the app, trade, and link it. So there was a lot of disturbances between Zucabe and Elon Musk. If you have been following social media, you might have heard that Zucabe copied exactly Elon Musk's Twitter for the trade. So that's what's been going on. I don't know. Let me ask you, are you still using your trade? Because the first and the second day it's begun, so many people were so, so excited. I jumped into it the first day. Yeah. So I want to ask you, are you still there? Well, I've not been there for so many days now. All right, all right, let's get into today's business. During the week, I have the privilege to interview this wonderful lady. Her name is Miryansi, Miryansi, Miryansi live in Lisbon, Portugal. She tells a story of how she was labeled permanently and totally disabled by the US government as a result of multiple chemical sensitivity. She told a story of how she was disabled and how she was healed. She is an expert when it comes to the mind -body connection. She believes that you can overcome any situation if you really want to overcome it. Instead of wallowing in self -pity, she says there is a strength within you. If understand you how the mind works, how the mind works with your soul to affect your body, meaning that if you are in good control of your mind, you will be able to defile any sicknesses in the body. I wouldn't say much right now. I'm just trying to introduce you to today's episode. After this short break would be the interview with Miryansi. Miryansi, you are going to benefit a lot from it, so I want you to stay tuned. Welcome to Vivid Vision once again. My name is Shevo. Over
A highlight from Black Sheep
"Thank you. And welcome back to cinema vino for joining. Hey, I've got Travis Budd on the ones and twos, Sean Jordan on the threes and fours. And my name is Todd Lawford and I play exclusively the trash symbol. So enjoy that trash symbol that Taylor owns. Not with us this week. He was engaged in the extreme sport of where they jump out of the plane, they throw the parachute out and then the person jumps after it. But it turns out he was a seat cushion and not a parachute. So it was a hard landing in a giant landfill. But sometimes the seat cushions also inflate like a life preserver. They do become a flotation device, which is handy. He's so bulgy. He's like a moose. But some garbage broke his fall and he's doing good. No, I saw some elk the other week. Oh, no. Smokey mountains. Great pattern. Great pattern. But again, it's the Australian art form of pata. Banta. We got banta. So our summer chaos continues with black sheep. This was Taylor's pick. This is the second movie Taylor's picked out that he's left us out to dry on. Is that right? I think this is convenient that when watching black sheep that this is probably the one to bail out on. To be fair, I missed out on Clue. So we're talking about black sheep. But first, we'll talk about what we're drinking here. We are drinking the Olivares Rose, which is a rose of Garnacha from Spain. A little bit of background about this and how they make rose. So in rose... Hold on. Let me test my wine knowledge. They peel the grapes. What they do actually is they press the grapes. They press the skin off the grapes pretty early in the process of the making the bottling is derived from the skin. So it drains the color out of it. That's correct, Todd. That's exactly what I have on my three by five note card. That's handy. That beautiful cursive. Flashcards. I made them myself. They say cursive is a lot of fun. Yeah. Wow. That's amazing. Eight font. And that's my favorite size. Comic Sans. So yeah, that removes a lot of the color. Misconceptions about... I know we've talked about this before, but it never hurts if you're coming in pretty recent podcast. Talk about it. People have misconceptions that rose is sweet. By and large, roses are dry. Tarte. Or off dry, yes. People often... They're prejudicial because of white Zinfandel, white Merlot, which tend to be sweet, tend to be old lady bingo wines. So low alcohol. Old lady bingo wines would be a great band. It would be. Yeah. There's at least one mandolin in that band somewhere. Instead of firing your mom's painting. basically, And so did you say set a fire in your mom's panties? Did you not watch the movie? I did, but I deleted a lot of it from my brain. Gary Busey, man. It's the only reason Taylor picked this. That's very true. Got them teeth. Taylor has met Gary Busey. Yeah. So there's that. Sorry. Are they not pals? Are they not like... Oh, yeah. Been pals? Yeah. Gary Busey, who appears in the movie, is at least a C - celebrity. He's on the C -list somewhere. A -list in our hearts. So anyway, yeah. Berroses generally are gonna be on the drier, more refreshing sides. Sometimes they're made from single varietals like Pinot noir, Tempranillo, Syrah. A lot of times they're blended of multiple grapes like Cote du Rhone style, though you'll see multiple different grapes put together. But generally, they're gonna be drier, they'll have some fruit flavors, but they're not gonna be particularly sweet, if that makes sense. They'll have fruit, but not sweetness. A lot of floral, you'll see grassy notes, hay notes, sometimes even some earthiness. This particular one is 100 % Garnacha. This hails from the Jumila region of southeastern Spain, which is one of the biggest wine regions in Spain. You'll commonly see Garnacha, Montastrell and Tempranillo made in that area. Now keep me honest, isn't Spain also, isn't Cava a rosé from Spain? Cava is gonna be a style of bubble, yeah. But that can be white or rosé. And that's gonna be a different region, that's actually gonna be closer to Barcelona, Northeast, and yeah, it's gonna be different grapes. They rattle them off. Spanish geography. Don't they get the wind off the sea, off the ocean, comes in, cools them down the grapes? You're gonna see that more in the Portuguese area. Okay, I didn't know what I was talking about, I was just gonna see if you'd go for it. Spain doesn't get wet, it's blocked by Portugal. You know what? Big old mountains, catches all the wind. I don't appreciate your tone. I don't appreciate your sarcasm, mister. You will see some of the wines over there by the Mediterranean, you'll see wines growing over there in that area that'll get a little bit more climate. You know what it is? It's the rain. It's the rain. It's the water. The rain in Spain. That falls mainly off the plain. Is that Olympia beer? It's tagline, it's the water. Mythical artesian well, whatever that is. Honestly, that's the big difference for beer is water. And love. Yeah. And love. Sixth ingredient. It's what makes a Subaru a Subaru. So anyway, so having been to Spain, it's like I can tell you that Spain is very common when you're there. They have a lot of wines, very cheap. You can go to a store and get a $3 or $4 bottle. I thought you were gonna say when you're there, your family is waiting for the Olive Garden. Spain is a lot like the Olive Garden on a big national scale. By the way, I've been to Spain. That's too familiar. Let it be known that as Todd says, I've been to Spain, he's drinking his Grenache with his pinky up the whole time. Very fancy. And he's better than you. Think of the Volturi meme from Twilight, where Michael Sheen's like looking down at you. That's Todd right now. I would never say that to your face. No, I feel it though. I never knew that screenshot was from Twilight, but that kind of makes sense. Yeah. It fits. Grenache, you say? So yeah, I mean, you'll see a lot of like good budget wines. Spain and Portugal are great places to get good, affordable wines that are not bad. They're all about the everyday, easy drinking wines. The wine that goes the most in our house is like a Vinoverde from Portugal. It's like $10. It's delicious. And yeah, I mean, we loved that when we were there of like you could just go and buy a bottle and just sit somewhere and just drink it and just enjoy the day. You know, it's just a nice world over there, you know. I've started using a milk frother on my wine to aerate my boxed wine. That's genius. Yeah. Well, I saw it on Instagram. This gal did it with her like tequila and it just makes it taste like fresher somehow. It doesn't enhance the flavor necessarily. It's just like... Was she just drinking it straight or was she... Yeah, just straight. It's like if you have like water sitting by your bed and then you wake up in the morning, you taste it and you're like, that's kind of flat. They look flat. Yeah. You can reactivate it. And it does the exact same thing with my shitty boxed wine. Sometime on this podcast, I want us to do a Pepsi challenge with a bunch of nightstand water, see which is fresh and see which has been... How do you create nightstand water? Leave it overnight. Yeah. But then once you... I am intrigued by this. I'm into it. Some of it's going to be aerated and some of it's going to be not. We're going to sip it. And if anything, we're going to drink it till it's gone. That's definitely Pepsi. I had a thousand percent like to do a boxed wine challenge and we have one that's frothed and one that's not. Well, sometimes you can tell. Eventually we're all going to be frothed. Pepsi challenge, but one is a boxed wine, one is boxed wine that's frothed, one is a nice bottled wine, one is like a medium grid. And as a palate cleanser, nightstand water. Ooh. Yeah. The staler, the better. This one's dusty. It's got a hair in it. It's like, is that a fly? This is a Southpaw hair. That's not good. Down South. Southpaw just means left. Yeah. Well, this one came. Left of what? South of the border. That's what I meant.
A highlight from The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Building a Kingdom of Love with Msgr. John Esseff
"Hi, this is Chris McGregor of Discerning Hearts. Can you please help support this vital ministry? Discerning Hearts is a 100 % listeners supported Catholic apostolate. Now through the end of August, please prayerfully consider making a sacrificial gift to help us raise $30 ,000 to fund truly life -changing Catholic programming and prayer. The financial contributions of listeners like you enables us to continue this important ministry. We are a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Your donations are fully tax deductible. As an independent, non -for -profit lay organization that is not affiliated financially with any diocese, our apostolate is fully listener supported. Again, between now and the end of August, please visit discerninghearts .com to make your donation. Thank you and God bless you from all of us at Discerning Hearts. Discerninghearts .com presents Building a Kingdom of Love, Reflections with Monsignor John Essif. Monsignor Essif is a priest of the Diocese of Scranton, Pennsylvania. He has served as a retreat director and confessor to Saint Teresa of Calcutta. He continues to offer direction and retreats for the Sisters of the Missionaries of Charity. Monsignor Essif encountered Saint Padre Pio, who would become a spiritual father to him. He has lived in areas around the world, serving in the Pontifical Missions, a Catholic organization established by Pope Saint John Paul II to bring the good news to the world, especially to the poor. He continues to serve as a retreat leader and director to bishops, priests, and sisters, seminarians, and other religious leaders. Building a Kingdom of Love, Reflections with Monsignor John Essif. I'm your host, Chris McGregor. Well, what's on your heart today, Monsignor? The liberation, not only of Jesus as having conquered death through the resurrection, but Mary also had been freed from death and taken to eternal life through her assumption. So Mary, not only is she going to be redeemed through the blood and salvation of Jesus Christ in her soul, but also in her body. She is the sign of the first fruits of redemption. But all of this entered into the world when Adam, the first Adam, sinned. Saint Paul teaches us them in his first letter to the Corinthians. Brothers and sisters, Christ has been raised from the dead, the first fruits of those who have fallen asleep. For since death came through man, the resurrection of the dead came also through man. For just as Adam all die, so too in Christ shall all be brought to life. But each one in its proper order, Christ the first fruits, then his coming, the rest who belongs Christ, then they too death will come and be ended. When he hands over the kingdom to his God and Father, when he has destroyed every sovereignty and every authority and power, for he must reign until he has put all his enemies under his feet, the enemies of Christ have become sin and Satan and death. So in the teaching with regard to the assumption, Christ is the first fruit who was raised from the dead. So when Jesus was crucified and died, the scriptures teach us that he rose from the dead and he was glorious and will be glorious and ascended into heaven body and soul. Christ's body that he received from Mary is risen and he conquered death by his resurrection. That was the conquest that we have of Jesus. At his resurrection, Jesus conquered sin and the cross, Satan on the cross and death by his resurrection. When his side was opened, as Paul is saying here, he then out of his side came blood and water. Water was that sign that we are going to be united with him. In scripture is shown that Adam from whom his spouse came from his side, Eve, so Christ the spouse coming from his side, the church. Out of his side comes the spouse of Christ and that would be the church that we who are the baptized are joined with our head and are one with him in this new life. And that's the magnificent thing when I think of death in my own family, I think of my mother and my father and I remember when my sister died. I think of them as they have conquered sin through their death and the Satan because they were united with Jesus Christ. So I remember in a very special way the death of my sister. When my sister died, I remember my mother was so grief -stricken. My sister was 18 and my mother was just wanting to hold on to my sister. We really weren't a good example of death and dying at that time and we had to really grow and learn. She was dying and in the hospital and I was with her. My sister said to my mother, you know mom, you're the one keeping me here. I really want to go to God. I really, and this was on the feast of Saint Peter. She had already told me days before that she would die on the feast of Saint Peter that he had the keys of heaven and she was so beautiful and so ready to die. But my mother told me later that she went home and as the angelus rang, my mother was at home praying before the image, Mary, and she said to Mary at the angelus, I give my daughter into your arms and that's when my sister died. Now death has no more power over us because of Jesus and because of the resurrection. In the same way, death has no power over Mary. Mary was sinless. She was conceived without sin. She was a unique creation of God who created her without sin. Therefore she, like her son, was never under the power of Satan. And because of his anticipated suffering, death, and resurrection on the cross, God preserved her from sin. And that's our teaching on Mary. She was conceived without sin. So from the first moment of her conception, the devil had no power over Mary. Sin had no power in Mary. She is the sinless one, the sinless virgin, and neither does death. So sin and Satan and death, which were conquered, the enemies of Jesus, when he came into the world to save us from sin, that was our enemy, and Satan and death. And so one of the most beautiful images we have of Mary in the church, we have the assumption, which is really beautiful, that time when she is assumed into heaven, body and soul, where she is now. But we also have the image of Mary of the Immaculate Conception. And this image is given to us in the Book of Revelations in the mass, in which we honor her in her assumption. This is the reading. God's temple is in heaven and it was opened and the Ark of the Covenant could be seen in the temple. This is from the 12th chapter of the Book of Revelations. A great sign appeared in the sky. A woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of 12 stars. She was with child and wailed aloud in pain as she labored to give birth. And then another sign appeared in the sky. It was a huge red dragon with seven heads and ten horns, and on its heads were seven diadems. Its tail swept away a third of the stars in the sky and hurled them down to the earth. Then the dragon stood before the woman about to give birth, to devour her child when she gave birth. She gave birth to a son, a male child, destined to rule all the nations with an iron rod. Her child was caught up to God and his throne. The woman herself fled into the desert where she had a place prepared by God. Then I heard a loud voice in heaven say, now have salvation and power come and the kingdom of our God and the authority of the anointed one. And so here the image is of the king, this male child, Jesus, being brought forth by the woman. Now has come the kingdom. Now has come the conquest. Through this child, enemy has been caught up into heaven where he reigns now at the right hand and also with him as the church teaches gloriously today as a sign of our future glory, the assumption of Mary. And so what a great joy it is to celebrate this feast. When she came to Fatima, it's not only she died. When I think of my mother turning my sister over to Mary's lap in heaven, that Mary actually has a lap and that she took her into her arms, Mary's body is there. And my sister, when she died, was received by Our Lady, body and soul. And that same woman, my mother, who gave her to God, when she died that beautiful January day in 1987, she was received by Mary's arms. And when my father died on that beautiful September 11th day, 1996, and there not only my in that magnificent revelation of Mary at Guadalupe and in there, if you look at it, clothed in the same words of revelation, clothed in the sun with the moon under her feet and all the angels and the stars in her crown, 12 stars being what seems to be the 12 apostles. This queen magnificent of heaven, as Jesus is the king, and it's assumed this new Eve, as Jesus is the new Adam, bringing forth this bride of Christ, the church, Mary as the model of the church. Here we are. And in her Magnificat, in this mass of the Assumption, she says to Elizabeth, when she comes to visit with her, my soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior. And then she said, goes on to say, all generations will call me blessed. And we who are Catholics, who are listening, and those of you who are children of God, and especially Christians, that Mary is the mother of God. And we give her that magnificent title, blessed Virgin Mary, blessed mother. So all generations will continue to call her blessed, for indeed she is. But I think I just want to, as Mary at Fatima especially, in World War I, she saw thousands and thousands dying in that horrible war. And when she came to Fatima in Portugal, she was clothed with the sun. The sun, Bishop Sheen says, she took like a little around her wrist, and she spun it in the skies. And thousands saw that miracle of the spinning of the sun. This woman wrapped in the sun, this woman in the Book of Revelations said that we have to return through prayer and penance to her son, or there would be a world of war worse than the first. And she who has overcome death, saw the death of the millions and millions that would come if we didn't pay attention to that warning, that communism would grow strong. The estimated amount of people that died in World War II was untold millions in Russia, in Europe, in the East, in Japan, and the islands. What a horrible World War II was. And yet it seems as if we still haven't learned to come into that Kingdom of God. And all of us who have been acquainted with that message of Fatima, to pray the rosary, this magnificent prayer, which Our Lady has given us as a weapon against war, the rosary as an instrument for peace. And this magnificent Lady, the Virgin Mary, giving us these instruments as the Queen of Peace, is now the Blessed Virgin Mary, assumed into heaven. And hopefully, as we celebrate it, that you will continue to pray the rosary that we, like her, may place under our feet. The enemies which Jesus has come to reign over. We want to be at peace with Christ in our hearts, in sinlessness like her, in innocence like her. What would you say to those who today are suffering prolonged illness and are facing that moment of death? There is, you know, in our day, the terrible temptation to not see in suffering, union with Christ.
Jill Biden to promote women, youth on trip to Mideast, North Africa, Europe
"A royal wedding will be among the highlights of First Lady Jill Biden's overseas trip next week. Over 6 days, the First Lady will be in Portugal, Morocco, Egypt, and Jordan, where she'll attend the wedding of crown prince Abdullah, the heir to the throne. The bidens have a long friendship with the princess parents. Doctor Biden's office says she will spend much of the Mideast lag promoting empowerment for women and young people while in Europe she will help the State Department celebrate the 60th anniversary of its art in embassies program. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
German prosecutor says clues to McCann child disappearance possible at dam site
"A German prosecutor says clues to the Disappearance of Madeleine McCann, the British child who went missing in 2007 in Portugal a possible at a Portuguese dam site. The latest search for clues regarding the disappearance started on Tuesday, following a quest by German authorities, some 30 Portuguese German and British police are taking part in the search operation at the dam, which is located about 30 miles from the resort of pra da lush, where the three year old girl was last seen 16 years ago. In Germany, prosecutor Christian Walters told German broadcaster NDR,
Police in Portugal resume search for Madeleine McCann, British child missing since 2007
"Portuguese police have resumed searching for Madeleine McCann, the British toddler, who disappeared in the country's Algarve region in 2007. Media assemble as police teams arrive on erect tents and coltons in the area by the ara de dam, about 30 miles from where the three year old was last seen alive on Monday, Portuguese judicial police released a statement confirming local media reports that they would conduct the search at the request of the German authorities, and in the presence of British officials, in mid 2020, Germany's police identified Christine bruckner a 45 year old German citizen who was in the Algarve in 2007 as a suspect in the case. Has denied any involvement. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
One of Europes biggest ever crypto events, Block 3000 Blockchain Battle goes live
"11 a.m. Friday, February 24th, 2023. One of Europe's biggest ever crypto events block 3000 blockchain battle goes live. Press release more than 5000 delegates are expected to grace the stunning Alta Serena in Lisbon, Portugal this July 6th 7 as block 3000 blockchain battled gathers the best and brightest of blockchain, web three and crypto to unveil exciting new projects engage in priceless networking and to set the discourse for the industry. Block. The post one of Europe's biggest ever crypto events block 3000 blockchain battle goes live appeared first on canal coin.
"portugal" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Aid for loans. Support for landlords and putting their houses on rental long-term. As well as measures to curtail speculations such as the end of the golden Visa and the end of the short term rentals. So the golden visas, you could say the golden visas is quite symbolic more than actually perhaps the most important elements of the pack. But the golden visas king was a program introduced back in 2012. So over a decade ago now, at the height of the crisis in Portugal, whereby foreign nationals could acquire a passport and citizenship in return for investments in the country, including real estate. So if you'd acquire property over €500,000, you get the right to live in Portugal for 5 years after which you can apply for a permanent residence and then a passport for the you. So it's been controversial from the start as you can imagine because of all the other U member states that have wondered if that's the right way to control their borders. It's been controversial for reasons of in Brazil, we had the car wash operation where lots of residents nationals were being investigated and they entered the scheme to sort of flee persecution. But also most obviously because it was contributing to the speculation. Just looking the fact that this is one element of a wider issue, which is the housing crisis. But how much effect was the issuing of golden visas? It's actually having on house prices and the availability of housing in Portugal because from the outside it looks as if it might be just quite a niche operation.
Portugal church sex abuse study: victims may number 4,800
"An expert panel looking into historic abuse in the Portuguese Catholic Church finds thousands of abuse cases. The independent committee for the study of child abuse in the Catholic Church says more than 4800 individuals may have been victims of child sex abuse, and 512 alleged victims have already come forward to speak out, senior clergymen sat in the front row of the auditorium, where panel members read out some of the harrowing accounts of alleged abuse. They were vivid and shocking descriptions, senior Portuguese church officials had previously claimed that only a handful of cases had occurred. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Lisbon, Portugal to Host Leading Blockchain Conference in July
"For p.m. Wednesday, February 8th, 2023. Lisbon, Portugal, to host leading blockchain conference in July. An upcoming blockchain conference is billed to be one of Europe's grandest crypto events ever with sweet execs from the finest FinTech companies as well as prominent media personalities and blockchain founders attending. Some of the speakers include Javier Garcia, binance leader in Spain and Portugal Zoe, had developer at BNB chain more on perello, continue reading Lisbon, Portugal to host leading blockchain conference in July. The post Lisbon, Portugal to host leading blockchain conference in July appeared first on cryptocurrency wire.
As China Reopens Its Borders, Mixed Feelings at Home and Abroad
"China opens its borders to quarantine free travel while the number of COVID cases is on the rise. Passengers were piling off the first train arriving at a newly reopened crossing point on the border between Hong Kong and Mainland China. Many of them eager to reunite with friends and family they not seen since the start of the pandemic. Their among international travelers now able to visit China without facing the mandatory quarantine period imposed by the government three years ago. From now on to enter the country passengers from abroad need to show a negative test result taken within 48 hours of the journey. China's easing of border restrictions comes as the virus continues to spread in the country and critics are concerned over lack of transparency from Beijing. In other countries, including Germany, Sweden, and Portugal, testing requirements are being imposed on travelers from China to
"portugal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Investment into one architecture. BMW has ever undertaken. It will be produced in every part of the world where we have plans. And by 2030, we will make up about 50% of all our cars will be fully electric. Talent, CES this year is a lot about talent. You seem to be selling BMW to some of the talent in the audience, software engineering, how aggressive are you going to have to be in hiring these new types of software engineers, artificial intelligence engineers. Well, I think we are an attractive company to attract all kinds of talents. Car developers, software coders. And we are not only based in Germany. We are based in the United States with a large R&D group. We are based, of course, in Germany. We are based in Portugal. We are based in South Africa. We are based in China. So we are attracting talent on a worldwide base and BMW is growing by attracting talent to develop and produce these cars. A year ago, you demonstrated the first vehicle that could change color. This year, the audience will take my word for it. This vehicle can change into even more colors, but I would say the broad theme of CES has changed. It's less about futuristic robo taxi autonomy, more about what can we get into production soon. Is this really going to be a production product Oliver? We're part of it, yes, you know. The changing colors, we wanted to showcase, we got this fun to see, you know, we have so many ideas that BMW more than we can ever exhibit. And that is what we wanted to showcase
'Rediscovering America' Author Scott Powell on Christopher Columbus
"Folks, the book is rediscovering America, Scott Powell, the author and my guest, you are just talking about Columbus day that has suddenly become controversial. So let's talk about Columbus. Columbus was a he was basically a working class man, a fairly simple man, self educated, and he had a passion for the sea and seafaring. So that was his that was his reason for a living was to be at sea. And he shipped out on various with various ships, and he really had an interest in learning about navigation. In any case, when he ran up against the Muslims in the eastern Mediterranean at that time, and they cut off the trade routes from Europe to the orient, he believed that there would be a trade route going in a westerly direction that the world was round, and so that was planted in his mind on a ship on one of the one of the ships he shipped out on out of out of Spain, the encountered a battalion of ships that attacked him because there were, they were at war with each other, the Flemish World War, and so he actually his boat went down, he ends up in Portugal, Portugal was the center of navigation of the world. That's where, you know, the most advanced maritime sciences existed. He learned a lot, and then he had this passion. He had a vision to pursue that he was going to find that trade route. He was a passionate Christian, so he also viewed the opportunity to take the message of Salvation to people in another part of the world that had never heard that good news.
#1 Book 'American Marxism' to Be Published Internationally
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"portugal" Discussed on The Leader
"And that kind of value ability is also being shown with the way the people are looking at. How matt hancock. The health secretary specifically has handled the pandemic yes. People are inclined to view favourably. His personal handling of the pandemic. And that drop seems to coincide with the evidence given a few weeks ago by dominic cummings the former number ten aide who gave what was lacerating evidence to the joint. Science and health slit committees about the handling of the pandemic in particular. He accused matt hancock of lying on multiple occasions in particular about whether people released from care homes were going to be tested for covert or not matt. Hancock denied that particular gatien and again. We've now got a public verdict on these two men. And which of the two would you most trust to be telling the truth on this very very critical matter and the answer is eighteen percent. Say that they would believe dominic cummings famous for his barnard castle. I test of course and thirty five percent. Say that trust matt. Hancock most so matt hancock winning by two one there. But there's a sting in the tail here. A which is that thirty four percent. Say actually the answer is neither of them. Joe does something like the chaos was seeing at the airport in portugal. Right now the confusion over the red green and amber travel is that we have to those kinds of things. Add to the pressure being put onto the government over this virus inquiry. I think anything that increases people's sense of unfairness or resentment could suddenly translate into pressure for the inquiry or indeed pressure on the government in multiple. Different ways the dash from portugal is chaotic and the the hardship to people affected people who are in some cases paying I watering prices for tickets to try and get home before the deadline or people who have invested in holiday flights that they won't get their money back from later in the summer. Because i think people were given good cause for ministerial statements to believe only two weeks ago that the green list was likely to be expanded not not reduced. These little resentment could easily boil up. And i think this is why you see so much care being taken by the government to try and keep the public side including for example With its rejection yesterday of tony blair's call for people to be given extra freedom if they've had the to vaccination japs a hancock said to that well. We prefer the idea of the whole country having the same freedoms and moving as worn this is all to try and keep people together. Keep public opinion. Broadly stable at a time when frankly surely no government has been in such a difficult.
"portugal" Discussed on The Leader
"From the evening standard in london. I'm david malls. And then this is the lead thinking. Should i give a lot more than what they give us. Dispose spitting it out seven probably earlier for weekends. We go warmer earlier. Gloomily says what we do. We just follow frustration at phero airport in portugal as brit scramble out of the country before the ambulance deadline falls. It's not just. The passengers complaining hairlines out to on twitter when one of his customers got in touch by the chaos easyjet very clearly blamed the rush on what it called the government sudden decision. Move the country off the green list. Once again questions are being asked about how downing street's making decisions during the pandemic there will one day be an inquiry into virus and it's not scheduled until spring twenty twenty two. It appears questions being asked about that too and evening. Standard poll by epsile. maurice showing. A majority wanted to happen this year. I'll political editor joe. Math he's here. Joe what does the savvy say. Well you might remember the A couple of weeks ago. Boris johnson announced. He would finally give a a sort of start time for the independent inquiry. That people have been campaigning for And said it would start next spring so this survey asked whether the public agree with that kissed alma for labor definitely disagree with it saying it should start this summer. Well now another public view. Only seventeen percent support the prime minister that should be nice bring whereas a total of fifty six percent think it should be this year. That's thursday nine percent who say this summer the earliest possible time and seventeen percent who say in the autumn but clearly the prime is out of step with the public on this one but is the prime minister. Really likely to bring that inquiry forward. I think it's unlikely. And i think he has got more cover now than he had before because of the increase in the delta variant and now other other variants as a one associated with nipple which means that for the time being things are looking uncertain and he can argue probably with some justification that while things are uncertain is not going to start the inquiry that would take up time of public health officials in particular. And there's maybe a suggestion of how the public things the government is handling the pandemic overall with apparent increase in lead between the conservatives and labour. The savvy seems to show yes. We're seeing extraordinarily buoyant conservative. Leads ever since the start of the vaccine rollout and at the same time we've seen kissed armor getting into trouble for his own ratings and today the conservative lead stretches to a full line points increase of five points since april survey by up saas murray. You've got the toys way ahead on forty four percent. That is an extraordinary result for a mid-term government at any time. Let alone one in the middle of a pandemic which is harming so many jobs and lives but of course with the vaccine people are seeing a good strong current trajectory towards this ending and people's memories seem to be showed they. They are happy with the way things are going right now. I'm sure that could change..
"portugal" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"portugal" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time
"Three italy defeated northern ireland. Two zero denmark defeated israel two zero than moldova beneficial islands had a one one draw in scotland in austria seeming to draw england. Put up five over san marino. Hungary and poland played to a three three draw and then albanian squeaked out with a win one zero over in dora then it was germany three iceland zero armenia defeated. Listen nine one zero then. Romania defeated north macedonia. Three two two so matchday to which was on the twenty seventh and the twenty eighth of march We had serbia in portugal to a two two draw. Now watch this match and if you were watching you know any kind of football news over the past week we can have. This game was a lot of controversy with this game. I didn't realize until the very end of this match that Bar was not being used for the european world. Cup qualifiers so north macedonia. Excuse me. Serbia was giving portugal problems. I mean it seemed like you know. Portugal already heavily relies on cristiano ronaldo. He's he's getting up there in in years. He's thirty six now. He still a great athlete. Don't get around. Because like i mentioned on you know previous shows that he will surprise. All of us like we'll be like oh he's done. He knows colleague. Tom brady thing. Rinaldo doesn't look like he used to and then he'll have this phenomenal game and he just looks like the rinaldo of old branches tune that a lot less frequently But in this magic. Portugal had really really hard. Time with serbia. And it was. I don't know is in. The dying minutes of the game might have already been into injury. Time and rinaldo had this little Dink push goalkeeper without out of position to me. I mean you know. I didn't really have a dog in this fight but to me. It looked like the ball crossed the line. You know the whole of the ball has across the whole of the line and my sure. What the defenders name is slid in and kick the ball out cleared it. I think it went to Bruno fernandez i think it might. It might have been bernardo silva one of those two came out to him. They kicked it got blocked again. But rinaldo you know. He's pleading to the to the official to the the main official but the the line judge that the ball crossed the line. He ended up getting a yellow card. He walks off throwing off the captain's armband and i think he's probably gonna end up getting fined or maybe sometimes with disciplinary action for but to me based on all the pictures that i've seen it looked like the ball crossed the line like clearly. Cross line now. The official the main riff..
"portugal" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast
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"portugal" Discussed on HalloCasa Real Estate Show
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"portugal" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"The deployment follows a play from Portugal for international assistance as the country struggles with the surge of coronavirus cases. The Portuguese government has set up 850 special intensive care beds, four seat covered 19 patients, but on that, 850 it now says only seven beds remained vacant. Unemployment of German medical teams follows similar support efforts from Austria, where the government has said it will be flying sick patients from Lisbon to Vienna to provide care in the Austrian healthcare system. Friends. Marie Girl in California has reported another 481 coronavirus death a day after the statewide death toll topped 40,000. Even as the rates of new infections and hospitalizations continue to fall. The state said yesterday that the number of people in the hospital with covert 19 slipped below 14,850 a drop of more than 25% in two weeks. 18,974 new cases are about a third of the mid December peak of 54,000. Los Angeles County this weekend reported its second confirmed case of a more transmissible strain of the Corona virus first detected in the United Kingdom. Meanwhile, officials are decrying anti vaccination protesters who forced the temporary shutdown of the inoculation center at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. L A Times are the L. A Fire Department shut the entrance to the stadium down as a precaution at about 2 P.m. Saturday afternoon, after was blocked by a few dozen demonstrators. Hundreds of motorists who had been waiting in line or stalled for about an hour. L A Times says The protest included members of anti vaccine and far right groups. The vaccination center, one of the nation's largest, reopened shortly before three PM, the mayor's office said. Despite the 55 minute minute interruption, no appointments were canceled. No arrests were made. Law enforcement officials are investigating escalating threats of death and violence against California Governor Gavin Newsom, his family and the winery shops and other businesses he founded. Sacramento Bee reports that heard a voice mail and reviewed emails containing graphic, abusive language about Newsome violent sexual threats against his wife and a reference to his Children. The newspapers said One communication included a threat to burn down one of the winery's owned by the PlumpJack Group, the hospitality company. Newsome, founded in the 19 nineties, with Patrons inside. Be, says Newsome is no longer involved in the day they operations of that company. You're listening to The evening news on KPFK in Berkeley, Kpfk Los Angeles, KFC at Fresno Online K P F a dot or gets an hour long newscast available online at kpfk dot or gets also available as a podcast. I'm mark Miracle..