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A highlight from MAJOR Mt. Gox Update! (Bitcoin Sell Date Delayed)
"Let's discover some crypto news today. September 21st, it's 1130 AM because we always start on time here, and we got Drew and AJ on the ones and twos. How are you two doing? I'm doing great. Nice white tee, DZ. Nice white tee. Yeah, thank you. Well, I got the V. You got the regular, right? Yeah, you got the regular. Alright, so tomorrow, I'm going to have a deeper V, okay? We were just talking before the show. I want such a deep V that Salt Bae would be embarrassed. He would turn beet red from wearing the deep V, so maybe we have to get it that cut. Drew, your wife actually makes clothing. Will she make a custom deep V for you so we can match? This is absolutely going to happen. Top D with the deep V. Yours has to be in camo. Alright, guys, we're going to talk about Jerome Powell, some of the remarks after. They didn't change the rate hikes, what they mean. Also, we got Bitcoin at Mt. Gox has been moved. What's going on with that? When are these coins going to hit the market? When is this Mt. Gox Bitcoin going to hit the market? Is it going to dump Bitcoin's prices? Is it going down 10K, 1K? So we're going to talk about that as well. We got to talk about Maxine Waters and X potentially turn into a payments platform. Linda Yaccarino, the CEO, tweeted out something last night. We're going to look at that as well. And we got some XRP news. It's going to be a great episode, so please hit that like button, everybody. Are you all feeling good? Are we feeling red? You know, the market's down, but I still feel pretty good. You feeling good? I'm feeling good. Alright. Let's go to blue. Alright, alright. We're also going to have charts with Kelly at the end, too, so it's towards the beginning. Alright, well, let's talk about Fed Chairman Jerome Powell. He spoke at a critical press conference after the interest rates decision. Here are the details. We're just going to break down some of the key takeaways. As expected, they did not increase the interest rate, kept it constant between 5 .25 and 5 .5. And here are the important excerpts from Powell's statement, everybody. We cannot have strong employment market without price stability, so we got to get the price stability in line. Consumer spending is quite strong still. Rebalancing in the labor market is expected to continue. We keep scrolling here. There's a long road ahead for reducing inflation to 2%. And the fact that we decided to keep the policy rate constant does not mean that we reach the policy stance we wanted or not, so they're still leaving themselves open for an interest rate hike. A lot of people think there is going to be an interest rate hike, not the next one, maybe the one after that, maybe in the beginning of the year. And last but not least, we're pretty close to where we need to be. I wouldn't attach greater importance to an interest rate increase. So they're trying to minimize any market impact. I wouldn't attach greater importance to an interest rate increase. I wouldn't care that much if we increase rates. Does that signal that they are going to increase maybe one or two pauses from now? I think that's signaling a strong maybe with a capital M. Yeah, I think a big takeaway from this is where it says the full effects of the Fed's tightening have yet to be felt. And that is definitely the sentiment here. Like this isn't the first time we paused on the interest hikes and the markets have fallen. You know, the past two days on the live stream, everything's going up. Everyone's saying, oh, the price is going up. I'm sitting here saying, I think this is a bull trap. I think the price is coming down because I was looking at the stock market charts, looking at the DXY charts, DXY still going up because of the previous interest hikes coming into play, stock market coming down. But crypto is pumping. I'm thinking to myself, oh, this isn't this isn't going to hold up at all. We're going to come back down the reality. And that has started to happen today. So there you go. Right. All right. Well, let's talk about Japan's economy as well. Japan's economy on the brink as the end stumbles to 148 year low bond yields. So that's a decade or almost 15 decades right there. As Japan contends with depreciating in and rising 10 year bonds, its economy stands at a unique crossroads. The yen's fall to a nearly 150 year to date low against the U .S. dollar brings with it a mixed bag of economic implications. I'm surprised they had the yen that long, you know, throughout all the world wars and everything. Yeah, true. Yeah, yeah. I mean, that's I mean, but still 150 year low, 150. The Bank of Japan now faces the intricate task of maintaining currency stability and keeping yields low amidst a high public debt environment. Complicating the test further is the yen dollar carry trade, which could intensify the pressure on the yen as the interest rate difference between Japan and the U .S. widens. So we're going to be keeping an eye out on that. We did lose the Internet, but it looks like we got it back. All right, Russia. Let's talk about Russia here. Let's rush into this next area. Russian Central Bank replenishes gold reserves to 2023 highs amid economic sanctions, according to a report by Kitco. That's where I use all my silver pricing data. Data from the IMF's international financial statistics reveals that Russia's central bank increased its gold reserves in August, apparently returned to the initial levels at the start of the year. Twenty three hundred tons. It was later confirmed by the World Gold Council. That just sounds like a shadowy group right there. The World Gold Council sounds like a bunch of bond villains. Kitco also reports that Russia is bolstering its reserves to mitigate the impact of Western economic sanctions, particularly those related to its invasion of Ukraine in February. Often we see Ray Dalio made this big, bold prediction as we see an empire on the decline. Debt is relative. And so, yeah, America's debt's terrible, but Japan's is worse. China's is worse. You know, everyone else is worse. So a lot of people use that data point, say America's debt can just get as bad as it wants to be, as long as it's not that bad relative to the rest of the globe. We're in no worry whatsoever. The other side of that coin would be, well, people will eventually stop buying debt and what are they going to start buying? They're going to buy gold, maybe some digital gold as well. So I'm expecting gold to go up. But silver silver price still lags gold. Have you ever done a deep dive on gold versus silver? I wonder if people even want that. Just would you want gold, silver data or you just want only crypto? I remember like a year ago, we were talking about doing a video that was I think we did a video that was like Bitcoin compared to gold and then Bitcoin compared to silver and then silver compared to gold. And it was it wasn't the most interesting video, in my opinion.
Fresh "R Kelly" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Ryan. WTOP This is CBS News On The Hour, presented by Indeed .com. I'm Allison Keys. Heavy rain, dangerous winds, likely and coastal flooding as Tropical Storm Ophelia makes its way up from North Carolina to Virginia and North Carolina. The wind was so strong that they thought the front window of their motel was going to be knocked down because that's how intense it was. We're expecting 50 mile per hour wind gusts a day. Overnight, it was anywhere from 30 to 40 miles per hour consistently throughout the night. The weather channels Kelly Cass with what people should expect over the next days. few It's going to be reaching the Hudson Valley, so the Northeast certainly seeing the impacts as we head into the second half of the weekend. Rain going sideways, flooding is going to be a possibility not just from the rain, but of course the storm surge depending on which way the wind is blowing. No good news for those hoping to avoid a government shutdown as hardline House Republicans dig in on their opposition to a spending bill. House The White says President Biden helped negotiate a budget compromise on the debt ceiling earlier this year and that this time it's up to Republicans in the House. The best plan is to not have a shutdown. The best plan is for House Republicans to stop their partisan political play and not do this to hurt Americans across the country. Striking United auto workers are entrenched now that their walkout has expanded and they want a piece of the profits that car companies are making. CBS's Michael George reports. What do we want? Fair pay! About 5600 workers joined the strike which is focused on wages and benefits. What's hurt to consumers is the last four years companies these have raised the price of vehicles 34%. It wasn't because of our wages. It just went backwards. Democratic Senator Bob Menendez in New Jersey says he won't be stepping after down his indictment yesterday. He and his wife are accused of taking bribes to secretly help Egypt's government but say say they've done nothing wrong. Prosecutors say they found hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and gold bars at his there may be an innocent explanation for that Good but luck for it's a never politician a good to have hundreds of thousands of dollars of cash and gold in their apartment stuffed in Now their to Kansas City where nearly two dozen pharmacists walked out over working conditions at the largest CVS there. They say pharmacists and patients are at risk due to work requirements that put people in danger of serious harm or even death. Organizers say they shut down at least 22 locations. been There's a growing outcry by pharmacists at several national retail chains. This is CBS News. When you think of hiring, think of Indeed. Their end -to -end hiring system helps you attract, interview, and hire candidates all in the place. same Visit indeed .com slash credit. Good morning to you. We are at 57 degrees. It's 1203 at WTOP. We are under a weather alert. Tropical storm Ophelia.
A highlight from A 2023 NFL Re-Draft, Deions Next School, the 76ers Soap Opera, and Week 3 Picks With Danny Kelly, Van Lathan, and Howard Beck
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Fresh "R Kelly" from Bloomberg Business of Sports
"By 7am in London. Get the news you need to start your day in just 15 minutes. Subscribe to Bloomberg Daybreak Europe Edition today on Apple, Spotify and everywhere you get your podcasts. Bloomberg. Bloomberg. Context changes everything. You're listening to Bloomberg Business of Sports from Bloomberg Radio. Thank you so much for joining us on the Bloomberg Business of Sports show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports. I'm Scarlett Fu. Michael Barr and Damien Sauer are off this week. Our special guest host Jason Kelly, the former Business of Sports co -host and of course currently chief correspondent at Bloomberg Originals is here with us. Comcast NBC Universal Sports Tech is looking for the next big thing in sports. It finds funds and fast tracks startups around the world, helping to drive innovation in sports and across its ecosystem. So here now to talk us through the and process some of the new sports ventures being uncovered. We welcome Jenna Karath. She is vice president of Startup Partnerships and head of Comcast NBC Sports Tech. Jenna,
A highlight from 1242. Turning Your Pet Into A Social Media Influencer. Wise Words From An Expert.
"Celebrating the connection with our pets, this is Animal Radio, featuring your dream team, veterinarian, Dr. Debbie White and groomer, Joey Vellani. And here are your hosts, Hal Abrams and Judy Francis. If you're like Judy, you spend a lot of time online, social media, going through videos. You'll spend like an hour a day maybe just watching. I just get down a rabbit hole, you watch one and then another one pops up, oh, I got to see that. And it's like, oh, look at this one. And they're all animal or pet related. Is that mostly it? Yeah, I won't watch. I don't know if I'm not interested in the other ones. Yeah, sure. Sure. Yeah. So in your life, who would you say is the biggest social media influencer for you? What animal do you maybe even follow? You know what? I'm not a follower. In fact, no. And I like watching both cat and dog videos. So I don't really hone in on a certain animal and like follow that particular animal. I'm kind of like, I watch them all. Have you ever seen, I'm going to hold up a picture here. Have you ever seen this animal here? This is, this is Loki. I hadn't seen Loki. Again, I don't follow any certain animals if I happen to come across a video, but I don't, I don't, I, yeah. He's beautiful. Loki is, what kind of dog is Loki? He's like some kind of a Malamute wolf hybrid. Like a wolf. I'm not quite sure. He's a big dog. This particular picture that I'm holding up to the microphone is Loki and his guardian, Kelly. They're sitting in a hammock. You may have seen this picture. It's a picture that he just casually posted on his Instagram page. And then, uh, the people over at Bored Panda saw it, wanted to do an interview with him. Buzzfeed picked it up. Eventually he realized that his dog was becoming extremely popular online. And he decided after about a year after this picture went out to quit his job and focus on promoting his animal online to become a social media sensation. We're going to find out how he's doing on that and whether or not we should quit our jobs to become ladybugs. Yeah. Well, she has a Facebook page. It's not very popular. Maybe she needs to post more. Well, I just, you know, everybody go to her Facebook page and like her right now. So we're going to talk to this Kelly Lund coming up here. He's the guardian of Loki and we're going to find out what his secret is to becoming a viral sensation. Also on the show today. And in this hour, we're going to talk to Fiona Gilbert. Fiona, do you need to get that? I'm expecting a call from my pharmacist. Can we, can you just make sure? Cause I'm, I have to pick something up and I'm just waiting for them to call and say it's ready. So can you just check that? Thank you. Coming up this hour, Fiona Gilbert will be joining us. She has MS unfortunately, and she has a service dog to help her with her MS. What kind of dog is that there? It's a pit bull. It is a, it is a pit bull. Surprise, surprise. Well now how can that be? I mean a pit bull service dog? Is there such a thing as a pit bull service dog? Why not? Well, I guess not. Why not? I do know that Delta or American Airlines just banned service animals that happened to be pit bulls. I do know that in Denver it is illegal to have a pit bull. That's just wrong. That is wrong. I bet Fiona has a bone to pick with Delta Airlines. I'm guessing that. Or her dog does. Okay, we're going to find out about her service dog, her pit bull coming up here on Animal Radio. Lori, what are you working on for this hour? You were just a minute ago Hal talking about social media and Loki and everything. Well, I have for you a new list from Forbes. They did, I love this word influencers because I had never really heard of it before. I just thought, you're famous on social media. If you're famous on social media, you're an influencer. So Forbes had this edition where they had the top 10 people influencers, the top 10 chef influencers and on and on with everything. And they did a list on pets. So pets on social media. So I will tell you the most famous pets or influencers on social media. When Forbes is involved, there must be money involved. Of course. Okay. That list on the way. First year calls. Let's go to Wanda. Hi Wanda. Hi. How are you doing? Very good. I have the whole dream team here to answer your questions. What's going on with your pets? Okay. I have Dachshund miniature pincher mix. She's having skin problems. I switched vets like four times and they always said that it's yeast, airborne yeast. And they give her shots and she goes okay for two weeks. But then they give her prednisone. That makes her eat a lot. She still eating and she still have the yeast and she still have the smell. Okay. Yeah. I don't know what to do. So has she had any money in the beds? Okay. And have we used any medicine that specifically geared towards the yeast, either by a pill form or by a shampoo or a topical form? Well, they give me Mariset. Okay. And I have to bathe her every other day, but sometimes I can tell you the truth. I don't have time and it's cold and she gets very cold. I'll give her a bath every other day. Okay. And is that it or are they using any pills for that other than the prednisone? No. They give me Apoquel. Apoquel, she still eating and then the doctor say I will then give her Benadryl. Okay. So I'm going to kind of make some interpretations of what you've said and what I think may be the direction that your veterinarian is going here. So if your pet has yeast on the skin, the important thing to know about that is that yeast is generally not the primary problem. It's a secondary problem. So there's usually something else that's making that skin barrier unhealthy where the yeast can really grow and proliferate. So if they're using things like prednisone and Apoquel, it sounds like they're suspicious that she has an underlying allergy. So those medicines are geared towards the allergy. But the sad thing is if we use that and don't address infection and treat it with the medications for those conditions, we're really not going to get anywhere. So we're going to think that, you know, the medicine isn't working for allergies when we're really just not treating a bacterial infection or say a yeast infection that could be present. So what my consideration, and I'd ask you to talk to your veterinarian if this seems fair and like a direction that they would agree with, is that if we have yeast in the skin and it's chronic, especially if it creates some of the different symptoms I see with yeast, and I should mention those, yeast in the skin will often cause a really stinky foot odor. It smells like old man foot. I have to wash my bed and everything every day. Yeah. So it's a real strong smell. The dogs will often have kind of a greasy feel to them in those areas. And in some cases when it's present for chronic long -term periods of time, we'll actually get a thickening of the skin and it'll become kind of darkly pigmented and what almost I describe as elephantinized. So it kind of becomes like elephant skin. She had that in her tail, but then I gave her and gave and went away. Okay. So yeah, so that definitely, if those kinds of things are going on, then yeast is very suspicious. We usually confirm that by taking a sample from the skin and looking and you know, yeast show up pretty easy on an impression smear. So the thing I would ask you to talk to your veterinarian about is, can we use something systemic for her, for this yeast? And that might mean a couple different possible medicines, but they basically all fall under the category of an antifungal medicine, such as ketoconazole or itraconazole, or even one called terbenafene. Any of those are used with yeast infections, whether it be in the ears or say in the skin. So that would be something, and it does take a long period of time. We might get some improvement after maybe a week or two, but many times this is something that we have to treat for many weeks to months. So that would be something where, you know, I would definitely talk to them about that. The other thing is, you know, definitely the maliceb that you're using is certainly an appropriate one if we're suspicious of yeast, but there can be even some other things that we can use topically as well, as far as different types of mousses or sprays that we can use that contain either say chlorhexidine, which is a type of an antiseptic, or miconazole, which is an anti -yeast topical. So those can be things that we can add into the regimen. But I think the good thing in your situation is there is some things that I can suggest for you to try, and the big thing is sticking with it, because it really does take, I had just like a bald, kind of darkly skinned, very little hair. It only had hair on the tip of its tail and around its head, and it took four months of yeast therapy that we treated, and it finally got most of its hair back. It never did get all of it back, because it was so scarred, but it can really be very rewarding. You just kind of have to trek through it. So yeah, with her, she's black. When people see her and they tell me, why are you taking it? Because her top hair of her body is black, shiny, so pretty. It's just under the legs, on her stomach, at her four paws, and under the tail. You know, they don't have it, she doesn't have it anyplace else. And I bathe her, I bathe her, she's my baby. Yeah, well, and yeast is horribly itchy. Any human knows that. So it's a miserable thing. So definitely, and even some other kind of anti -itch remedies, you know, that we can use. I am using a lot of the canine atopic dermatitis immunoglobulin called CADI, and that helps a lot just to kind of stop the itch, to give pets relief while we're dealing with all the other things. Yes, I don't want to bite. I know that the steroids, they're going to hurt her a long time. And I say, what I'm giving to her is she's not going to be improving. That's why I hear you every morning. And I say on Sundays, and I say, I'm going to call because maybe I can go to the vet with some knowledge and say, hey, give me the yeast infection medication, take her away from the prednisone. Absolutely. And that makes it harder. The prednisone definitely makes it harder for her to fight these infections. So if we use it sparingly, just to kind of help relieve it, and then yeah, get her off that. I agree totally. So she needs to go to the vet and ask for something systematic. Is that right? Systemic. Systemic. A systemic and a yeast medicine. Yes, a yeast medicine. I will do that. Hopefully we can get her some good help and I wish you guys the best. Let us know how things turn out and hopefully we'll get her feeling and looking better and smelling better too. Thanks Wanda. Well, this portion of Animal Radio is underwritten by Fear Free Happy Homes. Don't forget you can get your fix of Animal Radio anytime you want with the Animal Radio app for iPhone and Android. Download it now. It's made possible by Fear Free Happy Homes. Helping your pets live their happiest, healthiest, fullest lives at home, at the vet, and everywhere in between. Visit them at fearfreehappyhomes .com. And thanks, Fear Free, for underwriting Animal Radio.
Fresh update on "r kelly" discussed on Bloomberg Business of Sports
"About rugby it's the same rules for men and women. Golf is a sport you can play well beyond your years unlike any other sport. You don't have college athletics anymore. You have young people playing professional sports. Bloomberg Business of Sports from Bloomberg Radio. This is the Bloomberg Business of Sports show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports. I'm Scarlett Fu. Unfortunately, Michael Barr and Damien Sassauer are off this week but fortunately for me sitting in for them is the former Business of Sports host, the one and only Jason Kelly. So good to be here. Scar I always love teaming up with you. You and I talk a lot about sports every time you walk by my desk or I walk by your desk. I know you've been busy with Vanessa Perdomo on next in sports examining some of the big sports that are kind of on everyone's radar but also power
A highlight from The Democrat Party Hates America with Mark Levin and Julie Kelly
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Joining us now is the great one, Mark Levin. Mark, thank you for taking the time. I have to say your book right here, The Democrat Party Hates America, is a noteworthy, remarkable, and impressive accomplishment, Mark. The footnotes alone could be its own book. Mark, congratulations, and please introduce the book to our audience. First of all, thank you, Charlie, for all your support all the time. You're a beacon of liberty out there, my brother. Thank you. Well, I decided to put the title in this book when I finished it. Let's look around today, even before we get into any history background on The Democrat Party Hates America. You look at the border. You look at our value of our currency. You look at what's going on in our classrooms. You look what's going on in our courtrooms. You look what's going on with the price of fuel, and soon to be the elimination of the combustion engine. You look at what's going on in the streets, particularly in our inner cities, where people are being mugged, raped, and brutalized, and murdered with very little consequence. And I can go on and on and on. This is the news that we're faced with almost every day. This is what you, Charlie, and I have to deal with almost every day when we talk about it. This is what the American people see every day. Well, these aren't natural disasters. Somebody's causing all these things to happen. So who's causing all these things to happen? It's man -made. Who are these men? What's the Democrat Party behind every single one of these? And when you go back in history, the Democrat Party has never accepted America and Americanism. It's never accepted the Declaration of Independence. It doesn't even accept it today. Never accepts the Constitution. It is rewriting our history about our founding. It's done this before. So we have a party that was the party of the Confederacy, the party of slavery, the party of segregation, the party of eugenics, the party of the Klan, the party of lynching. And all of a sudden it keeps attacking the American history. That's their history. It's not America's history. It's their history. And then today, of course, they are also attacking America. But like good chameleons, they've shifted the way they do it. So whereas they used to be the party of anti -black racism, now they're the party of anti -white racism. Why? Because they don't like white people. Well, many of these are white people. Because they're Marxists. So in order to attack the race founding of the nation, which was founded largely by white people and Europeans, you need to attack that. So you have the 1690 project, you have critical race theory, you have monuments being pulled down, you have all these things going on. Because the goal now is to destroy the connection of the American people with their history, the destruction of the American culture, and so forth and so on. So you got to look at the Democrat Party through the lens of power, their power. Because the Democrat Party, Charlie, is not a typical political party. It's an autocratic entity that doesn't seek to win elections. It seeks to control elections, control the outcome of elections, to diminish the viability of any opposition parties or any opposition of any kind. And so this book gets very deep into the history, as you know. It's very hard to do an interview or answer an interview on this book because it is so comprehensive. It is comprehensive. It is. Yeah. And I've spent a lot of time, Mark, flipping through it. I want to just isolate one sentence that I think is super powerful. Page 23 of the Democrat Party Hates America. The Democrat Party has evolved into an anti -American political and cultural entity. It's an institutional home for the Marxist ideology in its Americanized forms. Mark, part of the challenge I have with people that have a muscle memory of a past that no longer exists, 1980s, 1990s, it's hard, Mark, for some people I talk to for them to believe that the leading American political party that controls the White House and the United States Senate and all the bureaucracies has contempt for the country they govern. That's why I think your book is so important, Mark. It really challenges limiting beliefs. You do it in a fabulous way. But I want to just isolate. This is a party that has bitterness towards what you and I love. This is no longer a policy debate. We want different things. Mark Levin. 100 percent. I'd always amazes when people say to me, well, can't we get something going here? The bipartisan. I don't know. Should we have done something bipartisan with the Confederacy? Some things are right and some things are wrong. When people are, as they say, they use the phrase fundamentally transforming America. Shouldn't we believe them? When one of the leading Democrat lights in the Democrat Party is a Marxist by the name of Bernie Sanders, shouldn't we understand that? When 10 to 15 percent of the Democrat caucus in the House of Representatives are Marxists, shouldn't we accept that and have to deal with it? So what I've tried to do in this book is rather than deal with the ephemeral or the ambiguous, it's to put a label on it. American Marxism sort of set the stage. But the fact of the matter is we have a political entity, which is more than a party. It's your typical autocratic party that wants to do what? That wants to devour this society. That wants to replace the country. They want allegiance to the party, not to the country. They don't give a damn about the country. Your fuel prices, the open border, elections. They have a fourth branch of government that they've created with some help of Republicans, but it's their government, which issues more regulations and laws than Congress ever could. We don't even have a representative republic anymore. You and I, we're not asking members of Congress to eliminate the incandescent light bulb because apparently it kills people. They're going through our homes. They're eliminating all kinds of appliances. Any government that has the power to eliminate a light bulb has no limits on its power. And so what this party does is every waking hour of its leadership is to try and destroy the status quo, destroy our traditions, destroy our customs, destroy real law and order, particularly in our communities, as they empower and centralize the police state. If people want to really understand... Let me just say this to you, Charlie. There was a great review done by Thomas Lifson of the American Thinker, founder of the American Thinker.
Fresh update on "r kelly" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
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A highlight from 43: Week 2 Recap
"Welcome to the Ultraflex Football Podcast. Move over Pat McAfee. There's no denying that we are here to spice up your life and never forget about the good times. I'm your host, Anthony Sutton. With me, as always, is Rob Green. Man, I wasn't prepared for that change. What's up? What's going on? And Viva Forever, Ryan Wheeler. I feel so much pressure. Now we got to be better than Pat McAfee. All right. Oh, we got the... Go ahead. No, he's actually like swearing on ESPN now, and he's got like Mike Greenberg, he swore on ESPN now because of McAfee. He's actually... A little more laid back now, huh? Yeah, he wears a tank top. He's very good for ESPN, in my opinion. Go ahead. He's spicing up Disney, huh? I think I saw, didn't they have to put him on like an extra delay versus normal? I mean, I wouldn't be surprised. He has to cut out the F words a little bit, I heard. Someone's got to tell him to stop the cursing. No. Why? That's what makes it fun. I'm like eight song titles through my album here, so. Oh, he's like, damn, you're doing song titles already? Yeah, I thought you had to say him first. Holy moly. All right, well, we're about to find out what your song titles were. So Tony messed up two weeks ago. He didn't get all the song titles in, so now he has an album to himself, but because this is a team sport, a team podcast, Rob and I now have to split apart, or a album between ourselves. So Rob and I have Good Charlotte, The Young and the Hopeless. My songs are A New Beginning, Lifestyle of the Rich and the Famous, Wondering, The Story of My Old Man, Girls and Boys, and My Bloody Valentine. Rob? I don't know, man. I'm not feeling good about this week. This is a lot. Seven songs and a half hour show. All right, I got Hold On, Riot Girl, Say Anything, The Day That I Die, The Young and the Hopeless, Emotionless, and Movin' On. Tony, we're all wondering, what do you have? You have the Spice Girls, my man. And I already, I've gotten already into the pod. I've already gotten Spice Up Your Life, Stop, Never Give Up on Good Times, Move Over, Denying, and Viva Forever. I still need to get in Too Much, Saturday Night Divas, Do It, and The Lady is a Vamp, which will probably be a difficult one. Hold on, can you say that one more time? What was that? The Lady is a Vamp. Like a vampire, assuming? What's a vamp? It's a vampire. And that's from the Spice World album. 1997 made me feel old AF. 97, wow. I remember watching the Spice World movie, the Spice Girls movie. I do not remember. Oh, you guys didn't have older sisters, that's why. No. All right, anyway. Movin' On. All right, speaking of Movin' On, the NFL schedule moved on. We are now in week two, so let's get to Football Talk. And I guess technically we're in week three, so we're going to recap week two. As always, we're going to start with the Bills game, go to the Titans game, and then kind of what else is going on. So, Rob, you were at the Bills Raiders game. What were your biggest takeaways? It was a fun home opener. The Bills got back to their winning ways with a nice, easy, I'd even want to say I was worried at the beginning. It was a little annoying that they fell behind 7 -0, but I was confident they would still pull it out. They did. Josh Allen ended up AFC Offensive Player of the Week, I think the 11th time in his career now, which is pretty impressive. Wow, the franchise record. Oh, I didn't know that. Nice stat. You beat Jim Kelly, it was 10 times. Well, pretty nice. Feels like a new beginning for the Bills, for sure. Nice, Ryan. Where was I going with that? I told you guys a stat yesterday, actually, that surprised me, but Josh Allen is number one in completion percentage so far this year. I know it's only two games in, but fun little tidbit there. It's crazy how much can change week by week in the NFL, and it's going to happen again this week. If the Bills were to lose to Washington and go 1 -2, then it almost feels like the game, I know it wouldn't be a must -win, but it feels like the game against the Dolphins the following week would feel like a must -win. That way, they're not 1 -3 and that far behind the Dolphins, but yeah, it's crazy how much can change in one week in the NFL. Oh, show. My biggest takeaway, and I said it last week, kind of a similar takeaway for me was last year it felt like we never got pressure on the quarterback. This year, it feels like we're constantly getting the opposing quarterback pressure, and it feels like our offensive line is playing well, so big task, which is we're physical, we can run the ball, we can block, we can get pressure. It's a good change of pace. I don't know, honestly, I'm not smart enough to tell you if McDermott's play calling is a factor in that, or if it's just Leonard Floyd, hopefully his ankle's okay, is better, and Ed Oliver's having a better year, so on and so forth. Yes, I saw his average depth of tackle is negative yards right now, which is impressive. So his average tackle is a tackle for a loss. That's awesome. That's literally the definition of blowing up a play. So yeah, it's exciting. Obviously, this win means something, but it doesn't really if you go and lose to Washington, so got to two and one. Two and one, by the way. Oh, yeah. I think everyone does the thing where you kind of... Did we just lose our host? It kind of looks like a frozen face there. Okay. Hey, frozen face. Oh, Rob, it's you and I. Let's do this thing. All right. So I didn't get to talk about the Titans at all. Can we say anything now, because he's gone? Yeah, we can say anything. Say anything, say anything. Sorry, I can't sneak any of these. Good Charlotte. Anywho, girls and boys, my takeaway is that the Titans are who I thought they were. The team that... I guess who a lot of Titans fans thought they were. The team that's probably... You are who we thought you were. Welcome back, Anthony. Thanks. They're the team that's going to beat the good teams and lose to the teams they should beat. And that's how it feels like the Titans have always been. They keep every game close. They have a shot. They have a chance in every game. So they're not quite the young and the hopeless, but they're just maybe like the mediocre. No, they're not the young and the hopeless. Oh, I thought that was one of my song titles. That's the... Oh, no. Oh, no. Clearly. Well, okay. I guess I can cross that one off my list then. Anywho, you know who else I was impressed with was the Falcons. They play a certain brand of football. It's the NFC Titans. I think I have to be a fan of the Falcons now. But just ground and pound, they came back. They were able to pull that one out in Green Bay. So... Yeah. The Falcons. To your point, there's not many teams, I feel like, in the NFL that have an identity, like a true identity. The Falcons are one that you know exactly what you're getting every week. And that could be really good or it could be really bad. Oh, for sure. One of my week two takeaways is prior to the season, it was always... And I was the one on this podcast kind of leading the charge is how good the AFC is gonna be. And then if like through two weeks, which is, again, a small sample size, it feels like the 49ers, Eagles, and Cowboys are playing just as well as anybody. And they're all in the NFC. Now, the NFC doesn't have much else to offer, but those three teams are gonna be very formidable to whoever comes out of the AFC come Super Bowl time. Yeah. At this point, their high -end talent almost seems better than the AFC with a lot of the top teams in the AFC struggling. So... Do you guys think that three of the top five teams in the NFL are NFC teams? Maybe even three of the top four teams in the NFL? I think that's fair right now. Yeah. That's crazy, isn't it? Because before the season, it was like, the AFC is so strong, so good. They have all the good quarterbacks and two weeks is a pretty small sample size, but I think... I think at this point, yeah, it's safe to say those three teams are top five. I don't even know who you would put... I mean, I guess the Dolphins are probably the best team in the AFC at the moment. I mean, the Chiefs scored 17 points against the Jaguars. And I mean, the Bills looked very good last week, but you can't ignore how poorly they looked the first week on offense. So... And then obviously, the Bengals Chargers being 0 -2 hurts the AFC's, I guess, power rankings or however you want to look at it. And then Rogers being hurt. Those are three teams that I thought were going to have a very good season. They still might. Maybe not the Jets, but the Chargers and the Bengals.
Fresh update on "r kelly" discussed on The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"Hmm. And speaking of election, a lot of ties together with a lot of those entities. Uh, one more thing here. Banker C claims investor reportedly said that the buyers and sellers sometimes are waiting months to file the paperwork for a debt trade claim to be aware of individuals claims of more than a hundred million dollars. People made careers off of Lehman and Madoff. I think people see FTX as a Lehman or a Madoff. The guys that are buying in these dockets, I consider them some of the smartest people in distressed assets there. So probably going to be a great trade for these people. I would say buying the blood can be profitable. Yeah. Just ask, almost, almost, almost, almost said, uh, rhymes with, uh, Hinton's there, but no, no, we're not going there. Drew. We're not going there. All right. Uh, let's talk about base. Uh, no, not crack, uh, cocaine. We're not talking about that. We're not talking about drug use here on this channel. Six weeks after launching base layer two bridge is processing more transactions than arbitrary. And guys, you gotta be a little bit careful with this because this can just be, you know, two nerds in a basement, uh, you know, pretending they're, you know, a large portion of the volume here, roughly six weeks after base, uh, was launched by Coinbase. It's bridge is now the seventh most active bridge. Looking at transaction count defy llama on the 21st reveals that the theory and base bridge has posted 2,090 transactions. This is more than registered by, uh, Arbitrum and polygon, uh, ZK bridges, which had 1600 and eight 60, uh, respectively. And the rise of prominence of base is noteworthy considering the timing of its launch and how it has to compete with other established L twos, including Arbitrum and OP formerly optimism. I would say mostly this is friend tech. You have friend tech really blown up and people got to get funds on friend tech and then friend tech sees you going up and going up and going up. I mean, I think we've seen in the past how those things play out, but I don't know. There's, there's another angle of friend tech where there's cell shaming because you're selling your friend. And so that's a new equation that really hasn't been put into the algorithm yet. So I don't know how this is going to go long-term. You have any thoughts on the friend tech and the base thing. Yeah. I think it's interesting that we don't call only fans buying shares of the girl that you are subscribing to. I think it's odd that you want to share the people on friend tech too. Okay. Okay. Well one is closer to like, uh, well I would say a finite supply where, you know, if, if DZ, you know, did a feet picks, I assume I would have 2 million fans, you know, that's just a conservative estimate. Uh, there's no limit, right? I could go up to 7 billion. Whereas, you know, friend tech, I feel like, you know, it's more scarce. It's a more scarce model. Uh, well, what do you feel about cell shaming? Would you feel ashamed to sell your friend? Uh, how much is the floor price? Oh, everybody has a price folks right there. Uh, all right. All right. You know what? If we split it, would they really be that offended though? You know what? If, if someone had, I don't have friend tech, I, I, I'm, I'm a little bit hesitant and get involved. Hannah keeps trying to talk me into it. I don't know. I'm still hesitant, but if I were, I would have zero sales. I would encourage you if, if selling DZ key gave you a car down payment, I would be mad if you didn't do it. Then I saw you walking a month later. All right. Uh, more stuff on base here. Then we'll get into charts with Kelly. He's waiting in the wings. I see him. He's pacing, baby. He's literally pacing. Yeah. He's ready to give you those charts folks. All right. Base network token. Not something we have rolled out, uh, on September 21st, this was with Coinbase as chief legal officer, Paul grow wall. I think we had is how we say it. I express enthusiasm about the investments of in adoptions in the early stages of the base network state that the project is still super early in its development. And while discussing potential developments, he disclosed the team is primarily focused on improvements in tech and infrastructure and creating a native token is not rolled out for the future. I think something we've ruled out entirely. Our main objective for launching base was to put the tools and tech out there to allow encourage experimentation. What are your thoughts on the base token airdrop friend to tech open airdrop? A lot of people are saying a part of the speculation is you might get to airdrops by interacting with the friend tech keys. Base creating a token would just be more centralization. They're not going to launch something that's truly decentralized and they're going to lock it up the second they have a way you don't buy that. It could be a decentralized governance token. No, not with a corporation, but it's a gut, but you could vote. You can vote in a discord with other people in the basement. Yeah, it goes great for all those other ones too. Oh man. All right. All right. Uh, Kelly, stop pacing. Stop pacing. Kelly. All right. Calm down. Calm down. Wipe the sweat. Wipe the blood off your chin. Kelly. All right. All right. I think we can show them on camera now. Kelly, how are you doing today? Oh, I'm doing good. And I just wanted to say something before we move on. I wanted to say everybody in the community right now, throw a thumbs up, hit that like button, touch your heart for DZ has stepped into. He did not choose to be in the position he is, and he is doing an absolutely incredible job. And I just want to shout you out DZ stepping up to the back. I didn't choose the Bitcoin life. The Bitcoin life chose me.
Julie Kelly: Ray Epps Should've Have Faced Multiple Charges, Felonies
"It is highly unusual Dan and as soon as that information so an information is the misdemeanor version of an indictment that's a criminal indictment that has felonies this has a single misdemeanor count Went back quickly to the DOJ's January 6 website. I pulled up as many Could with a single count Dan roughly 15 out of more than a thousand now Now cases really 1 ,100 defendants only about 15 have a single misdemeanor charge It is a single count of When you dig even further this is so highly Unusual that ray Epps was not apparently not arrested that this information was filed against And he's already pleading guilty today. I I can find no comparison in the Almost three -year criminal investigation into January 6 where this ray Epps matter has A comparison there just simply isn't one. So we don't there's no there's no statement of facts. There's no affidavit which is contained in nearly every single case, so we don't even have The details about what DOJ Matthew Graves's office is basing this single misdemeanor count on But they didn't stop the corporate media Adam Kinzinger and others from jumping again to ray This is a defense when we have like I said all this video evidence look Dan he should be if we We were applying the law equally. He should have been charged with multiple offenses including felony Obstruction of an official proceeding which has been slapped against more than 300 January Sixers And Trump President he was at the first breach point the second breach point. He was in a restricted area For for over an hour and a half. He was interfering with law enforcement.
Julie Kelly: Making Sense of the J6 Case Against Ray Epps
"To check it out, but only if you want honest journalism you want She's not your gal so Julie you know a lot about this case, and I I'm I kind I of mean that me I know I was being sarcastic in that open, but you know every and every bit of sarcasm is a little element The truth of that makes it. I think a little humorous is I don't know where we are, but Ray apps I mean we were told again that January 6 was the Pearl Harbor of our time We've got a guy you know literally not figuratively on tape talking about we Need to go into the Capitol conservatives like you and I start asking questions like hey You know it wasn't a good idea to Disguised incentivize him to do it and all of a sudden ray apps is a hero in the media, but can you Make any sense to you um it does not but to answer your According to the corporate media and people like Adam Kinzinger who to your point everyone involved Even remotely involved even people who weren't there like Henry gay Tario the ex Of -leader the Proud Boys everyone is an insurrectionist a domestic terrorist. They should be thrown in jail, But the key you know tossed for good except for ray apps, so If you listen to how they portray ray apps he is the victim of right -wing Theorists including us and Tucker Carlson that he just wandered there. He was To trying help police he wasn't instigating anything except and we have all the video evidence to the contrary. You know it was fascinating there's a hearing going on right now House Judiciary Committee and General Merrick Garland is there one of the Democrats is playing this video montage of January 6 and pops who up at the very first exterior breach point ray apps, but we're supposed to believe That he's only guilty
A highlight from Phone Booth (2002) (Thriller/Psychological Thriller) Movie Review
"What's everyone? happening It's Kira and Ben back again. Today, we're doing a user suggestion phone booth from 2003 starring Colin Farrell. So I saw this movie when it first came out and then I had not seen it again, and re -watching it for this podcast was an absolute wild ride. Ben, let's talk a little bit about your history with the film before we get in it. So I never watched it. Naziru Wanda from Ghana suggested it, and this is my first time actually watching it too. This is your first? Okay. So I knew going in, I had remembered the main plot points of this movie. I had forgotten a lot of the other plot points of this movie, and I forgot what big of a cast this has. So our main man, Stu, is played by Colin Farrell. Our main police detective is played by Forest Whitaker. Colin Farrell's wife is played by Rahata Mitchell, and then his wannabe mistress is played by Katie Holmes, and then the voice over the phone is Keither Sutherland. So a wildly large cast for this film. Obviously, this movie has come out post 9 -11, which I think you can see a lot in the blue tint of the film. If you guys look at color theory, and we're not going to talk about color theory too much about this because the movie is so wild, but if you look at movies that come out directly after 9 -11, there is this very odd bluish tint to a lot of them. I think in my heart, like when I've done research about this and what I've viewed from it as well, is when you're watching films like this, I think it's because it kind of portrays this surreal sadness that everyone was feeling. Kind of like when you look at films made in that time that are set in the Middle East, they film everything with this yellowish tint to make it seem more like third world. So I thought the bluish tint of this movie was so insane, especially having it be set in New York. Then when I was doing some research about the film, this movie was actually supposed to be released in 2002, but it didn't get released until 2003 because there were actual sniper attacks in DC that delayed the release of this film because this movie is about a sniper terrorizing a man in a phone booth. Like I said, first time seeing it and the character of Colin Farrell reminded me of the character from Fast Timer at Ridgemont High that was selling the tickets. They mimicked each other. I was sitting there going, wait, I'm expecting Spicoli to walk out any second. I mean, they were just to the T, the exact same character. I was like, whoa, what's going on here? Yeah. I think that character is such a classic archetype of asshole. I think that was the point. Colin Farrell is this publicist. He's a liar, he's a slick talker, he's a fast talker, he dresses well, he uses people, he manipulates people, he doesn't care, he's all about himself. We see this in the way that he treats his assistant. We see this in the way that he treats one of his clients, which was an uncredited Ben Foster. I was losing my mind when I saw that. I was like, Ben Foster, what are you doing here? Then he manipulates the owner of a restaurant. He smooth talks this client that he has that wants to be an actress. It's Katie Holmes, she's a waitress. Then he even smooth talks his wife into being like in the beginning when he's not confessing his crimes. So this movie is so insane and I do not want to rag too hard on this movie because it was a user suggestion. But the plot points made to me legitimately no sense. So the pacing of this movie is incredibly fast. It's only an hour 20 and I swear to God, if this movie was longer, I would be like, Keith or Sutherland, shoot me because I can't handle it. So obviously, Stu goes into the phone booth to call his mistress because his wife tracks the phone calls that he makes on his cell phone. Which I was like, first of all, if you're keeping tabs on like your, you don't do that unless you don't trust your husband automatically. Then it comes out later in the film that they've only been together for three years married for one. So they're very new in their relationship. So Colin Farrell goes in to make a phone call to Katie Holmes. You can see he's trying to be slimy and she's rebuffing him. She's like, no, I have work, I have this. He's like, well, let's do this. He takes his wedding ring off. Very just much not a nice guy. Then that phone call ends and the phone starts ringing so he picks it up and on the phone, dun, dun, dun, is Keith or Sutherland's voice. He starts terrorizing him and being like, you can't leave this phone booth. If you leave this phone booth, you're going to die. A pizza man comes up to him and tries to deliver a pizza to him and he's like, you're a dick, I didn't order a pizza. Who orders a pizza to a phone booth? We have this other sub -storyline of sex workers, which to me was the most pointless storyline. I get the point of the storyline. So we have to have him have this interaction with these sex workers to then get their bouncer involved, to then have Keith or Sutherland kill the bouncer and frame Colin Farrell for it. Which first of all, makes no sense because you can see the bullet marks on the outside of the phone booth. So how is he shooting? How is he shooting? How could he shoot? That makes no sense. Then everyone's like, he killed him. It's like, no, he didn't. So this sub -storyline is so insane because first of all, it's like 2003, so you either have a beeper or a cell phone or you're using this phone booth. If all these girls work in this club, that's right across the street where this bouncer is, that Leon, that they get involved, why can't they just use the phone in the club? Why are they terrorizing Colin Farrell? He's just like, let me use the phone and then they're all screaming. I thought it was such a weak portrayal too, such a cop -out portrayal of sex workers. Like very, I don't know, just like what you would think of when you think of a man -written sex worker. Just loud, brash, unkempt, very, do you know what I'm trying to say? Yes, I'm a street kid. So yeah, I hung around with the prostitutes and drug addicts and drug dealers. So I totally got it. I mean, I saw people that did act like that, but those are the ones that were really hooked on drugs and were just like, half the time when they were acting like that, they were on something. It wasn't like a normal way for them to behave. Most people don't want to draw attention to themselves because they don't want the cops on their ass. Exactly. So this dude dies and Kether Sutherland is like, look what you made me do. Actually, he's like, you had me kill him. The guy was like, no, I just want this to end. So Kether Sutherland is, in his own mind, a pioneer of justice. Entrapping these men that he watches somehow, he watches and listens and convinces them that they're either going to die or confess to their crimes. So the two examples of the people that he has done this to before, I view are actual bad people. We have a director of adult films who actually directs child pornography and is a pedophile. So I'm like, okay, deserves to die. Then we have another man who's an insider trader on Wall Street. I mean, you don't have to die for that, but it is like a real crime. Then we get to Colin Farrell, whose crime is wanting to cheat on his wife and being an asshole. So to me, none of these make sense. The first two, kind of get. The third, Colin Farrell, not at all. I get it because they're trying to make him more likable. We have to be on Colin Farrell's side, right? So if he's a real criminal, we're not going to be on his side. I wasn't on his side. But you know what I'm saying? He's our protagonist. So we can't have our protagonist be as awful. But at the same point, it's like, well, then maybe you should have just had him kill adulterers because this makes no sense. So he, in his mind, Keither Sutherland, is this vigilante that is cleaning up the streets in New York because he wants people to atone and commit their crimes. So he's holding Colin Farrell hostage. Forest Whitaker comes in. He's trying to negotiate with Colin Farrell. He thinks he killed this guy. He's like, let me help you, let me help you. Up until this point, they think he's armed and dangerous. It is not until Colin Farrell's wife, Kelly Rahada Mitchell, comes in, which for some reason in 2003, you can just run through police barricades and just be like, I'm his wife, run through police barricades, and then be on the front line with the cops. I'm sorry, that never happened. No, not at all. No, they would have her pushed to the side. She would not be in a hostage negotiation. It wouldn't happen. She would not be front and center to the point where he can put a mark on her. So then we see that Forest Whitaker kind of actually comes around to see that Colin Farrell is being terrorized. He is not doing this of his own free volition. He sees the little target on Rahada Mitchell and he's like, oh, OK, maybe this guy is like real. So then they start looking for him. They're like, OK, we're going to find him. We're going to find him. Colin Farrell's delaying him. And the guys and then obviously Colin Farrell comes clean. He's like, OK, I'll come clean. Like, I don't want to die. I don't want my wife to die. I don't want this girl who I want to be my mistress to die. So he confesses all his sins of being an asshole, which everyone's like, OK, you're a dick, whatever you're holding up the street. We got half the police force here. What? And then obviously when they think that they kill the killer, when they think that they kill Keither Sutherland because they go up to the apartment where they trace the call from, it is actually, plot twist, the pizza boy. And it's like, OK, so he's killed Keither Sutherland for this one person. Two people just sacrifice them for no reason to get this guy to confess that he's a slimeball. Feel like we could have done this a different way. And then so then another so we're going to get to all the insane points. But this is the end of the story. And this is the last insane point. Or one of them is that Colin Farrell is now alone in the ambulance. They put something in to make him fall asleep. So he's all loopy. He's all daisy. And then active crime scene in an ambulance. Keither Sutherland walks up and just starts talking to him just like, oh, like you passed the test. You did it right. Like what happens? Like and OK, so he's like talking to him like, oh, you did the right thing. You did the right thing. And Colin Farrell is like, what the fuck? I thought we killed you. And then he walks away. And the last thing he says, which I think is legitimately the stupidest thing. And if this is the point of the movie, it is the dumbest point when he goes, well, if a phone rings, do you have to answer it? I would say no. I would say no. And that is the last line of the film. And then it goes into this like ringing sound, goes all the way out into the satellite shot, goes to black, and then you hear another person pick up and say hello. So it's like obviously this is like a cycle for him. But the way that he picks his victims is makes no sense to me. Yeah, no. And if a phone rings, you don't have to answer. You don't have to answer it. Look at all the things like when a stranger calls bad. They picked up the phone, bad tidings, scream, scream, picked up the phone. Bad tidings. No, you don't have to pick up the phone, especially like if you don't know who the person is. Hang up, hang up. And I did think at some points the voice that Keith or Sutherland used did sound like the ghost face voice, like to the point where I was like, do they have the same voice actor? Is this even even Kiefer Sutherland? Like I was like, this movie is so bad. So I thought a lot. So let's talk about Keith or Sutherland's character. And I obviously am not a fan of this movie, but I thought the way that he was poorly written was like they were trying to make him like John Doe from seven, kind of this vigilante who lives by his own rules, has his own code of justice and kind of is enacting on that code of justice and terrorizing these people. I think in seven it is done much better with an actual point, with an. We have fully fledged characters. We have reasons that make sense in this. We have no back story. We don't know what he why or why he's doing this now. And you think you think they're given a back story when he when he's talking to about Nam and stuff and he's like, are you stupid? I'd be 70. Like and like I'm like, so who are you? Why are you doing this? Well, what is your point? I mean, did you just one day wake up and say, hey, you know what? I'm just going to execute people I feel are bad. I mean, and that's your concept of bad. And your concept of bad is another person's concept of good. I mean, it's like when people go to war. Yeah. The countries fight, but each country thinks they're right. Of course, there's a right and a wrong. But both countries think that they are the right ones. Of course. And the only one that actually like comes out to be the right one is the one that wins, is the one that wins. And I would say in this movie, no one wins now because everyone's motivations make absolutely no sense. I would say the only motivations that make sense is Forest Whitaker's, because he's literally just trying to do his job. Yeah. And then like I was watching when he's his his rapper talent comes on and I was like, what the hell is this, Malibu's Most Wanted? Oh, my God, I thought the same thing. I was like, why are we watching Malibu's Most Wanted? I was like, this is this is this. And then it looked really bad because they get these two big black guys and this little tiny white guy. And he looked terrified to be around the black. And I was like, this is so stereotyping. This is awful right here. It is awful. It was so stereotypical. It was like someone just kind of grabbed at archetypes that they see in pop culture and was like, yeah, we'll throw this in the film. So I also thought the film was shot horrendously. There is it felt like it wanted to be a Tony Scott film, which RIP Tony Scott, I love your films. But it had this kind of like shaky camera. We're switching in and out of views of like like digital versus like these split screens versus like this like granule kind of like VHS effect. And I was like we're like fast paced moving through the city. And I was like, this movie makes no sense at any point. Did this movie make any sense? It does not. No. Like I said, I thought the character was the guy from a fast time at Ridgemont High.
Firefighter Cancer: Diane Cotter Describes Her Husband's Harrowing Diagnosis
"Diane Carter is a self -taught citizen activist who's upright focused and determined efforts in support of her husband fire lieutenant Paul Carter during and after their battle against Paul's occupational cancer served as the inspiration for the documentary Burned protecting the protectors by filmmaker Elijah Yetter Bowman and award -winning actor Mark Ruffalo executive producer. Diane is the ultimate standard bearer a smart outspoken and fearless woman who continues to march at the head of her six -year campaign to remove PFAS forever chemicals from the gear worn by today's firefighters. No less an authority that Ed Kelly general president of the IAFF has properly called Diane Carter the firefighter's hero. The firefighters hero that's uh some big big shoes to fill so Diane tell us your story first of all welcome thanks for being with us I actually watched a movie yesterday that you sent us and I had to pause several times because I was so overwhelmed and so pissed off a couple times good um yeah so we'll talk about the movie but first tell us your story can you give us your background a little bit sure thank you I'm glad to meet you ladies finally in person big follower of the show I love it I love what you do I love that spouses and significant others are involved because um that's what I am that's all that I am it's a it's a fire wife I have no formal education I did get my hairdressers license some years ago and I was the worst hairdresser in the world so I didn't go far but I stayed at home and raised our children until they were about 10 and 11. Paul got on the fire department in 1988 when our son was two months old and our daughter was 18 months old our son is now a firefighter in the same department my husband served at now works in the same station in Worcester they had a beautiful beautiful life we embraced everything that we loved about the fire service his friends became my friends their wives became my my best friends we vacation with them etc. Paul had spent 25 years on the rescue in Worcester he had a 28 -year career at age 55 he decided it was time to climb the ladder so he took the lieutenant's exam and he made lieutenant and he was pretty disappointed because that meant that he'd leave his crew and he had worked with this crew you know on the same shift for 25 years they'd gone through a lot together the Worcester warehouse fire they've gone through so much together at any event we went on vacation with our firefighter families to moosehead lake up in maine and we came back to a beautiful ceremony in Worcester city hall when my husband was promoted to lieutenant along with one of his best buddies and the rescue saw him off and it was wonderful Paul was getting ready getting prepared to go back on to a new rig and he had an appointment to see a doctor because he was going in for cataract surgery his pre -exam showed that he had just a very slightly elevated number in his psa for prostate he had that check regularly as he did a lot of checks for his health because he was a very fitness aware person at any event he did get the call to come in they wanted a biopsy and i thought nothing about a biopsy because to look at him he literally looked like a 45 -year -old at 55 he was very fit very very strong and the picture of health we went to the doctor's office and i can remember that day because i was just so adamant to get this over with this appointment because i had things to do and we were making small talk with the doctor and we were in the tiny doctor's office room the exam room and out of nowhere the doctor said yep it's cancer and in that moment that moment i can remember because i remember i screamed and i fell into the chair and Paul who's almost six feet tall he broke out in this sweat all over his body i could just see the beads of sweat come out from everywhere on him and he sunk into a chair he tore his shirt off and he sunk into a chair and i can remember the doctor talking for 45 minutes and i'm crying and Paul's looking at me looking at the doctor looking at me looking at the doctor and we didn't hear a word he said
A highlight from Are Millionaires Buying Bitcoin? (Time Is Running Out)
"Seven out of 22 private families have already deployed some of their money into Bitcoin or crypto that is seven out of 22 Call it a third tiny tiny bits two and a half million dollar allocation 397 ,000 families requires 37 million What's up everybody welcome to another Saturday edition of the alpha series with myself Kelly Kellum director the bit lab Academy I'm so excited to have an incredible guest on today. Another one. Mr Gary Cardone and we're gonna be diving into that here in a few moments And if you want to watch the full length of this interview The link is in the description down below and you also see a link at the end of this video Stick around because we have a lot that we're gonna be digging into about Bitcoin and aetherium and this digital asset ecosystem So without any further ado, it's mr. Gary Cardone. How are you doing my friend? I'm so happy to have you here Doing good, man doing good. It feels like it's the end of a week and it's only what thirsty So I've been to three states already and I think eight podcasts or some crazy number so it just keeps getting more interesting and I Think it's becoming very clear what the real opportunity is. So I'm doing good Well before we really dive into this I have to just express my gratitude for you being here I've had the opportunity to be on a number of different podcasts and spaces with you and You even kind of pulled me aside at one point we got on about our zoom call and just talking life and markets and so many people get so focused on the dollar and the you know, What is the thing that makes money and you did something that I absolutely commend in business in life? Which is who's the person who's the person underneath this? How can we how can I help you? How can you help me and I just want to say I thank you for that and I appreciate you and As we're diving into this before we even get into it What if somebody were to walk up to you on the street and pose the question or even the resistance about Bitcoin an? Opportunity that is or isn't there underlying What would be your brief sort of you know few minute? This is why whether your retail or institution? Why is Bitcoin? Despite the price action that's been going on. It might feel frustrating zoomed in on a one -hour chart Why is this something that is an absolute? Necessity for people's attention to at least pay attention to if not yet get involved in how many green lights do we need? Okay Now this is the math two and a half million dollars I have far more than two and a half million dollars and I am NOT a super hotnet war player Okay, which like I'm probably at the very bottom of the food chain Seven out of 22 private families have already deployed some of their money into Bitcoin or crypto that is seven out of 22 Call it a third tiny tiny bits two and a half million dollar allocation 397 ,000 families requires 37 million Bitcoin 37 million Bitcoin will allow a extremely wealthy guy like me to buy 92 Bitcoin. That's it So you guys consider and do the math all you want but like no everybody's thinking about the under bank We should think about the over bank. The over bank will drive this market I've been saying this forever The under bank are going to come along when this when the value of a Satoshi is somewhere between a penny and half a penny Then we'll see Satoshi's working But that means bitcoins price actually has to move so Satoshi's become something that can be exchanged In the meantime, you're gonna have a lot of tokens make up the little payment rails, right? Whether they're fake tokens or CD DC tokens or whatever tokens they are. They're gonna fill that gap until we're there So that that's my best explanation and by the way, that's before 62 millionaires across planet Earth deploy $2 ,500 So just Just $2 ,500 each for these millionaires Okay for the multi wealth the super well it's You can do it over ten years $25 ,000 a pop or you can do it all at one time. Okay, they need 5 .7 million Shit, the millionaires can't even buy $2 ,500 worth of crypto do without moving this market substantially Okay, there's not five million Bitcoin floating around So that is my thesis. Okay. I don't know any rich people that have ever found a product that They can beat their neighbor to bind like guys like us love doing that. Well, I can buy something you can't have that is awesome So I think we forget I can I think actually most high net worth players Have are already at max consumption That they look literally no more planes. They don't need anything else. I don't need anything else now. It's all just investment It's all the future so You can do that math any way you want. You can take those three hundred ninety seven thousand dollars and factor that down to 10 % I am wrong by 90 % It's still four million Bitcoin Okay, any way you work this number you can also back into it and say well The high net worth players are actually moving into an eight hundred trillion dollar market, you know I have assumed that no one even changes their allocation to eight hundred trillion.
A highlight from Ask Charlie Anything 160: Will AI Kill Us All? CIA Covid Disinfo? Down Goes Rodgers?
"We talk about Donald Trump's interview with Megyn Kelly. Is there a move to remove Joe Biden? Senator Kennedy reads a porn textbook to a Democrat and more. Email us as always, freedom at charliekirk .com. I take your questions in this episode. Get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com at Turning Point USA. We are leading the charge every single day, tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Starting a high school or college chapter today. And come to Amfest, amfest .com, or catch us on tour at tpusa .com slash live free. Our tours are starting soon. Would love to see you on the road, tpusa .com slash live free. As always, you can email me your thoughts, freedom at charliekirk .com. Buckle up everybody, here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campuses. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House folks.
Greg Kelly: 2005 Video Show Joe, Hunter Biden Conducting Business
"As soon as it turns to business. Watch and listen here. Maybe he'll work something out, man. Well, Hunter was got his firm in Washington. I do. I don't, but I'll give it my... Let me give you my call. I gave it my all away. Well, that was a wonderful speech. So then Joe goes right back to schmoozing and watch the men step away to conduct business separately. You see it right there. That's how it worked. Kudos to Greg Kelly for exposing that. I mean really great job, but Joe sounds like a totally different person than he does today. So how's it gonna sound in a year? Badly. Gavin Newsom's chomping at the bit. They're all chomping at the bit to run for Biden Biden. is, I think, done. And the problem they have right now, the Democrats have problem. a It's Kamala Harris, first black woman vice president. For the left, it's all about what boxes you check and diversity, equity and inclusion. So how do they just push her aside? Nobody thinks that on the ticket, certainly nobody. Everybody understands two things. Number one, people think Joe Biden has lost mind. his Number two, they don't think Joe Biden's gonna serve a full term if he's reelected. And they have no confidence in Kamala Harris. So she doesn't help. It's not like people think, well, I'll vote for Joe
Meet Marie Antoinette Kelley, Author of Children's Book "Danny's Day in Heaven"
"Now I'm excited to talk to my guest today, Marie Antoinette Kelly. So she is an award -winning artist who has done hundreds of commissioned portraits, as well as the art for the Angel Quest Oracle. She has appeared on dozens of TV, radio, and podcast shows, and has been published in such magazines as Edge and Authority. Danny's Day in Heaven is a wonderful gift for anyone who has ever asked or had to answer the all -important question, what happens when we die? This illustrated beautifully children's book follows a young boy through his near -death experience to heaven and back. A happy ending helps to open the conversation between children and adults about what happens when we die. Danny is like any other kid on the beach. He wants to have fun, though he's a bit of a bully. While he's surfing the waves one day, a storm rolls in, catching him by surprise. The water pulls him under, and Danny finds himself going through a tunnel of colors and light, appearing in a radiant world with unexpected friends. What he discovers, who he meets, and the lessons he learns before returning to earth will ease children's fears and give hope to readers both young and old about life after death. So if you want to find out more about it, you can check out Marie Antoinette's website and more about Danny's Day in Heaven. And then go to MakeMAKFineArt .com. It's M -A -K -F -I -N -E -A -R -T dot com. Welcome Marie Antoinette, thanks for joining me. Hi, Melissa, thank you for the introduction, I'm so happy to be here. Oh my God, I love the book so much, and I love your artwork as a fellow artist. I love the drawings, they're just beautiful, and it really helps tell the story. And I think it's, yeah, I really think it's a great book for kids because it leaves you feeling very comforted after the story, right, about what does happen when we die. So okay, you're the author and the illustrator, and it's just amazing that you put it together and you're talking about an NDE experience, which is near death experience. And so what made you interested in creating the story and writing the story? Well, I suppose there's a lot of ways to answer that because there's so many angles of my life that feed into the story. I'm sure there are, right? The main drive for it is that, you know, I was a child who was really afraid of death, and so that stuck with me all through my life. And over the years after I grew up as an adult, I started to find answers, you know, near death stories and what really happens when we die. And I kept thinking, you know, I have my own kids along the way, and I kept thinking, we need to share this information with kids so they don't have to have that fear that I had and be left in the dark because I felt as a child, you know, earlier, and now there's a lot of information out there, and probably there are quite a few parents who share the information that they've learned as grown -ups with their kids. But there isn't anything official for children that really helps them face the questions that are on their minds that I had as a kid, and that was one of my passions, to get that out. Yeah. Yeah, no, you're right. I mean, there are many books out there for adults on NDEs, and I know this book is loosely adapted from another author, and this person actually experienced an NDE, what is it? Is it Dainian Brinkley? Dainian. Yeah, Dainian Brinkley. Mm -hmm. He's Yeah. one of, of course, one of the most complete near -death experiences on record. He himself was dead for 32 minutes, and that was in 1975, I believe, so it was in the early days of when this phenomenon was first documented, and people would actually begin telling these stories. And, of course, with all the medical advances, more people have had the chance to, you know, die and be resuscitated, and in fact, I was also in that situation later on in my life, but that doesn't really come into play in this story.
A highlight from Vitalik Was Hacked! (Beware Of The FOMO!)
"Snapped in, hit that button, they signed in, and they connected their wallet, and next thing you know, they got drained from this Vitalik hack. Some people weren't patient, and they saw Vitalik tweet out a link, and they impatiently just snapped in, hit that button, they signed in, they connected their wallet, the next thing you know, they got drained from this Vitalik hack, everybody. But, it wasn't his wallet that got hacked. It wasn't his bank account that got hacked. But his ex -account did get hacked, everybody. Ethereum co -creator Vitalik Buterin's ex -account reportedly breached. Hacker makes away with $690k. Do they stop there on purpose? Almost $700k, folks. You can see he was leading to a left of $690k. As per Decrypt, the breach happened on Saturday. A post surfaced on his feed promoting NFTs from a software provider, ConsenSys, which turned out to be a scam link displayed to his almost 5 million followers and asked victims to connect their wallets to mint the NFT. Instead, the hacker gained access to the funds. I believe a couple punks got stolen, so most of what got stolen was NFTs, folks. So just got to be careful out there. Maybe people don't have a whole bunch of ETH on a wallet, but they have some NFTs, and so they're out there. They're just clicking things. They're linking things, and it didn't end up going well for those people. So you got to be careful clicking links out there, folks. I think it was a little bit of a FOMO. If I'm guessing what, if you see an hour -long post or, you know, and maybe, but when you see it's, you know, you refresh by following, and it's a 14 -second link, you might go ahead and click that because, oh, you know, only 5 ,000. Maybe they go get claimed. You go on Etherscan. You see 17 people did it in the last two seconds. You're just going to FOMO in. You got to be careful out there. It happens. It does happen. It happens. I don't think that includes the values of the stolen punks. I thought it did. I'm not sure. We'll look more into that as this story has time to digest everybody. Just here to talk about, okay, Tim. Tim and the investing bros are out there, 9 to 10 AM, everybody. You can check that out. All right. Ethereum creator Vitalik, co -authors paper detailing method for weeding out dishonest crypto users. Here you see an Ethereum coin floating in an aquarium for some reason. Him and four additional authors detail how privacy pools can be useful in weeding out unscrupulous crypto traders. Oh, that's a pool. That's not a pool I would want to go into. Give me a bunch of chlorine. Give me some salt. I don't want critters and plants growing in there. In a lengthy thread, one of the co -authors, Amin Soleimani of Privacy Pools, further explains how the protocol works and how it can help issues experienced by users of sanctioned Mixer tornado cache, which is deemed a national security threat in 2022 and banned in the US. With Privacy Pools, users can publish zero -knowledge proofs that their withdrawal originated from an association set that excludes known illicit deposits. In theory, this allows users to prove regulatory compliance and still maintain privacy while using public blockchains. Paper concludes the privacy regulation may be compatible despite generally being perceived as contradictory. I have one issue with this. I guess you could put it as some sort of thing where an association set that excludes. But what's stopping someone from getting four ETH that is from stolen funds from the Lazarus group and then dusting everybody and dusting 10 ,000 wallets with the stolen ETH? Would you then, you know, render those wallets obsolete? Or what if it scaled up? And what if a million people did it a million times a day, what would that look like? So I don't know what that's going to look like. So we have this awesomely photoshopped picture right there. I think that was taken January. Anyways, SEC files appeal against Ripple as legal battle intensifies, levels allegations against Ripple, accusing the company of stalling resolution to preserve unregulated sales. SEC is urging the court to speed up the proceedings. Gary is saying, you need to get a green light, let's go. SEC makes a compelling case for streamlining the proceedings, emphasizing the imperative and efficient resolution. Meanwhile, Ripple stands firmly in opposition, invoking questions of law and strategy, saying, hey, guys, we need time to plan for our appeal here, while the SEC is steadfast in its resolve to scrutinize both, I think it's supposed to be programmatic sales, not pragmatic. Pragmatic just means that makes sense to do it. XRP fanatics would say it's always pragmatic to buy XRP. I think it's supposed to be programmatic here. Programmatic sales and other XRP exchanges for goods and services. Ripple, on the other hand, plans to deny the regulators a request for repeal. Why does this matter? The SEC's decision to appeal the ruling is a development in the ongoing legal battle between the agency and Ripple. The case outcome could have a major impact on the cryptocurrency industry, as it could set a precedent for how the SEC regulates cryptocurrencies. Guys, we're going to see more and more of these, you're going to have the, let me use this word right here. Yeah, I didn't want to say it because you're going to have a, it's basically a pickleball game. It's going to go back, it's going to go forward, it's going to go back, it's going to go forward. I don't have a law degree, because I don't have a, I can't explain to a five -year -old what this means. The SEC has filed its reply memorandum in further support of its motion to certify interlocutory appeal. Of course. When you say it like that, it just means, oh, of course. Basically what it means is, hey, stop, no you stop, no we stop. And then as we get closer to the real news, we'll start letting you know. But this is going to be a mini -month process, I don't see anything happening really, really quickly with this. All right, let's talk about the XRP market cap though. Is it up? Is it down? It's down. It is down. It's down big. Down big, folks. Bigly. Billions. Just one, actually. XRP one erases billion from its market cap in one week. What is this? Is this a towel? Is this a blanket? Is this a car cover? I was thinking the same thing. What is it? I want that swath of cloth. I don't know where it goes, but I just want that swath. Give me that swath. All right, as long as I can stop a moth from my swath of cloth, or maybe it's a cheese cloth for a broth. I don't know what it's for, folks, but anyways, let's get right into the story here. As the sell -off, we're going to go right into this, get ready, Kelly, get ready. As the sell -off continues across the wider cryptocurrency sector, XRP is no exception, having lost over one billion from its market cap in a matter of mere days, despite efforts to increase liquidity by unlocking a billion XRP from the Ripple's escrow system. Yeah, because let's increase liquidity by dumping a billion. That'll work, right? Whoa. No, I think maybe people saw that as a sell the news event there. From Ripple's escrow system and later relocking 80 % into two escrows, guys, they dump, and then the escrow usually sucks up a portion. Most of it. But then when you're not looking, then when you're not looking, that escrow account will dump a little. It'll sprinkle a little here and there. You're like, wait a minute. This is really interesting. You know, I obviously looked really far into XRP's Soconomics when I did the XRP price prediction video, which was actually the best one of them all, and this whole bit about how they unlock a billion XRP every month, and then it's, you know, an X amount, whatever percent, normally it's more than 50%, normally 70, 80 % gets sucked back into a different escrow account, but there is no determining why whatever amount gets pulled back. If anyone knows the answer to that question, please, by all, please let me know. It's Optics. I've thought about it. I think it's an Optics thing. Okay. It sounds really good. Look, we have, I don't know, what is it, 46 billion left, something like that, maybe, yeah, probably around 46, 47 maybe, they have 47 billion left and they dump a billion a month. That sounds pretty bad, but then when you interject this, oh, but we have this entity that just vacuums up 75 % every time. It doesn't sound as bad, and also Ripple, they probably want to make some money selling some Ripple 49 months from now, 50 months from now, 60 months from now, 100 months from now, 200 months from now, and the way they do it is they just suck it into that escrow account. Right. But I'm just saying sometimes it's 70%, sometimes it's 80%, sometimes it's, there's no, I get what you're saying, but there's no rhyme or reason to how much they pull back, and that has always just confused me, especially, people want to project, what will the supply be by 25%, what will the supply be by 30%, and when you have really weird kind of random things like this, it kind of leaves a lot of us stretching our heads, like how are we supposed to figure this out, and the answer is you don't, because it's up to them. No, so you're wondering, like why do they leave 20 % instead of 80 % or 1%, I think they do a little bit of... They change it every, they do it once a month, and it's different every time, it's different every time. It's crazy. I think it's, they think what the markets can absorb. Right, that makes sense. Yeah. That's probably more of a gut feeling. Sure. It's just there's no rhyme or reason to the numbers. There's probably some math quant that they have in a dark closet, and they're like, all right, how many can we, all right, 248 million. And then they shut the door and they see him in 30 days. They throw some Vienna sausage cans at him, probably try to hit him in his head. All right. Refill his water. I like it. I think that's exactly what happened.
A highlight from Bitcoin Crashing LIVE! (Vitalik Hacked)
"Welcome to Discover Crypto, everybody. Today is September 11th. Yes, September 11th. It is 11 .34am. You may notice a new change. A little different colors over here. Maybe a little bit of a different logo right there. But we still have the same squad. We still have the same people. We still got AJ. We still got Drew on the ones and twos in the corner. Me and Drew are one step closer to eating MREs. It's going to be fantastic. Guys, we're going to talk about SEC. We're going to talk about XRP. We got an ETH hack. Vitalik got hacked. Did ETH get hacked? Is all your ETH gone? So we're going to talk about the Vitalik hack. Also, FTX. What do they hold, everybody? But guys, we're going to have another video coming out pretty soon. Probably what? After the live stream. Do we know when that's going out, Drew? I'll have to check. We'll have to check. We'll have an answer by the end of the show. We have a video explaining a lot of things, explaining everything. We just hope that you watch it. We'll share it. When as soon as I get the tweet, I'll share it to everybody. But let's just get right into the show. Does that sound good to you, AJ? That sounds great to me. AJ, you look fresh today. You got the gel. You got the cool shoes on. You look tan. You look glowing. How was your weekend? I went to the first round of SMX in Charlotte, North Carolina, working for my weekend job, which is for Racer X Magazine. It's a very well -known motocross industry kind of thing. And I had an absolute blast. Caught up with a bunch of my friends. Spent way too much time in the sun, but hey, probably needed it. And the race was great. I'm excited. I might be going to the last round in two weeks in LA. Oh, did you see Johnny Crypto out there? Nope. He's the other motocross. Guys, we see Bitcoin is dumping. Okay, we're going to look at the charts pretty quickly. We might even bump it up a little bit just to get into it. Let's just pull it up. Let's just get right into the show, everybody. Yeah, you can see a fresh little dump. Let me hit refresh because, guys, it is not looking great on the short term. And even when you zoom out, you're going to see that we kind of broke some key levels. This is the 24 -hour chart for Bitcoin. Currently, we're coming in at $25 ,118. But if you look at the 7 -day, you'll see exactly what I'm talking about. We've been trading in this range. We spiked above it, but you just see that flat, flat range. And we go to the 14 -day. In the 30 -day, it looks even more sharp. Just hanging out, hanging out flat, and then we drop below. Let's go to the 30 -day. You see, we haven't fallen below this level in a while. And if we keep going, you'll see even more of the same. Back about around 3 months ago, we dipped down into the $24K level. So as long as we stay above this area, I'm not going to feel super, super scared. Now, you see the dump, AJ. Are you feeling a little worried, a little fear here? Well, I know Kelly is doing TA, but Drew, if you go to my chart really fast, one thing I just want to point out is that this line right here, this yellow line, what I talked about last week, the $25 ,300 area, that is a super important support resistance line from way back here, right? And if we lose this line, I am pretty worried moving forward. Very, very worried moving forward. I'm probably looking to fall to $23 ,000s, maybe worse. But I've been saying it for a while that this line is my make or break right now. So let's hope for the best. And that's Marcus. Wait a minute. What do you got going? Is that trading view or a puddle filled with oil? I didn't clean it up, but this is Lux Algo. With Market Cipher, I run a lot of stuff. It looks like craziness to you guys, but it makes sense to me, but I'll clean it up for next time. It looks like the console from a 1980s sci -fi movie where they showed NASA desk. That's what it looks like. Let's look at the rest of the market here. We have Ethereum down as well. If we pull up this level, you can see we're now at $15 .59, dropping down everybody. We do the same thing we do with Bitcoin. You see we're hitting some levels we haven't seen in a while. And if you go down, we're actually lower than we were three months ago. Bitcoin fell below where we were three months ago. Ethereum is, I mean, held above. Ethereum is falling below, so losing some key areas right there. The 180 day doesn't look better. But when you go to the one year, it doesn't look quite as bad. And it does the same thing for Bitcoin. You click on the one year, it feels bearish. We've been trading sideways. Everything just feels bad. But you click on that one year, kind of puts things in perspective like, okay, maybe it's not all over. Maybe we are on an uptrend on the long term here. All right, let's look at some more coins here. We have BNB down 3%, XRP down 5 whopping percent, everybody. It is down basically the whole week here, down 6 .2%. Keeps growing by. We see Cardano finally broke out of that 25 cent range, been stuck at 25 cents. Now it is below. Am I going to look to buy some cheap Cardano? Maybe not. I might hold off and look for some different alts there. We have Solana down 2 .3 and then TonCoin down 5%. We're going to go to the top losers and have an idea. This is not going to look great. The top gainers, probably going to be stable coins. I don't know. I haven't clicked it myself. Let's see what we got. We have one coin. No, wait, whoa, gold. Gold is up and optimism is up. I don't even know if we should count PAX Gold. So we have one crypto essentially that is up. That is optimism. And then we have a couple gold pegged stable coins that are down. If we go to the top losers, we have RollBit down in the double digits, everybody. I hope you pulled some profits because we are down 27 % on the week. Arbitrum down 14 % on the week and Apecoin down almost 14 % of the week. Apecoin down almost 7%, Arbitrum down almost 10%. Huobi down as well. Radix. Radix always has to get in that top five of gainers or losers. And you can see you kind of hit the mark there. All right, anything standing out to you in the markets? Are you looking to buy some or are you looking to maybe see if we go down lower? I'm waiting to see what's going to happen, especially with the support resistance line on Bitcoin. I'm being patient right now. I'm being patient. I'm sitting out. Yep. All right. Well, some people weren't patient and they saw Vitalik tweet out a link. And they impatiently just snapped in, hit that button, they signed in and they connected their wallet. And next thing you know, they got drained from this Vitalik hack, everybody. But it wasn't his wallet that got hacked. It wasn't his bank account that got hacked. But his ex -account did get hacked, everybody. Ethereum co -creator Vitalik Buterin's ex -account reportedly breached. Hacker makes away with $690K. Did they stop there on purpose? Almost $700K, folks. You can see he was leading to a left of $690K. As per Decrypt, the breach happened on Saturday. A post surfaced on his feed promoting NFTs from a software provider, ConsenSys, which turned out to be a scam link displayed to his almost 5 million followers and asked victims to connect their wallets to mint the NFT. Instead, the hacker gained access to the funds. I believe a couple punks got stolen. So most of what got stolen was NFTs, folks. So just say you got to be careful out there. Maybe people don't have a whole bunch of ETH on the wallet, but they have some NFTs. And so they're out there, they're just clicking things, they're linking things, and it didn't end up going well for those people. So you got to be careful clicking links out there, folks. I think it was a little bit of a FOMO. If I'm guessing what, if you see an hour -long post or, you know, and maybe, but when you see it's, you know, you refresh by following and it's a 14 -second link, you might go ahead and click that because, oh, you know, only 5 ,000. Maybe they go get claimed, you go on Etherscan, you see 17 people did it in the last two seconds. You're just going to FOMO in. You got to be careful out there. It happened. It does happen. It happens. Don't think that includes the values of the stolen punks. I thought it did. I'm not sure. We'll look more into that as this story has time to digest, everybody. Just here to talk about, okay, Tim. Tim and the investing bros are out there 9 to 10 a .m. Everybody, you can check that out. All right.
Monitor Show 16:00 09-09-2023 16:00
"Our original music was composed by Leo Sidrin. We'll be back tomorrow with another big take. I'm Wes Kosova. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. President Biden is wrapping up meetings at the G20 Summit in India. In a closing statement issued Saturday, world leaders called for a just and durable peace in Ukraine. However, they stopped short of condemning Russia for its invasion and urged nations to respect each other's borders. President Biden says the U .S. will provide assistance to Morocco following a deadly earthquake if requested. At least 1 ,000 people are confirmed dead and hundreds more injured by Friday's magnitude 6 .8 earthquake. Biden said he is deeply saddened by the loss of life and devastation in a statement this morning. The full final report from the special grand jury in Georgia that investigated former President Trump has been released. Jim Forbes has details. It reveals that the grand jury recommended charges against South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, former Georgia Republican Senator David Perdue, former Georgia Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler and many others who were not charged. The special Fulton County grand jury's decisions did ultimately result in the indictment of Trump and 18 others on felony racketeering and conspiracy counts. I'm Jim Forbes. The manhunt continues for a convicted killer in Pennsylvania.
How You Can Watch the Trailer to New Film 'Police State'
"Trailer already for this Police Day movie and Jeremy, our official Joan Jett content recognizer, sent I it to him during the break. It's policestatefilm .net if you want to watch the trailer. Movie comes out in October. It's a project me and Dinesh have been working on for a long time. I'm very proud of it for all the wrong reasons. I really wish we didn't have to do this movie, but we do. We expose it all, not just with the January 6th stuff, not just the war on the pro -lifers, war war on parents, war on the weaponization of the FBI. It's all of it's in there. Julie Kelly is in the movie. It's an incredible piece of work. The trailers. Just watch it. You saw it. Did you see it Jim yet? You get to watch it yet? Open up your mic. Open your mic up. Am I messing with you? Because I mean, Paul is, you know, you're not easily moved. It's not the most emotional You like riveting is the word. Yes. Thank you. Thank you. And folks, we put a ton of work into police this state film dot net. It's on my Twitter and true social account. I, I, Oh, so I sent back. This is interesting. So it's date night tonight. This is the, is this of course where the show degenerates and I get in a lot of trouble. Jim's like, please. No, no, we're going in this direction. So I sent that cause I'm in the movie a little bit, not too much, but this little piece for me. So Paula said, did you watch the trailer for the movie? It's amazing. I said, so good fire emoji twice. She said, you're like a movie star exclamation points respond back. That'll be for the, yeah, she is a little bit, but she loves it. She just, she's pretends to be mad. She's not really mad. I would never do anything to aggravate Paul on the radio. I love her too much. I wouldn't want to
A highlight from Jack Smith's Secret Plan To Make Trump a Traitor with Julie Kelly and Gene Bailey
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"r kelly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Amtrak is canceling all of its long distance routes starting tomorrow as a potential railroad worker strike looms. The cancellations are not expected to impact the northeast corridor as it's mainly owned by Amtrak. A Chicago federal jury is convicting disgraced R&B singer R. Kelly on child pornography charges. The jury found Kelly guilty on three counts of his indictment, including the sexual exploitation of Jane Doe when she was a minor. Jane Doe testified for the first time and told the court, Kelly had sexually abused her innumerable times when she was a minor. Three Iranian nationals are being charged in ransomware attacks, James Denny of the FBI says they tried to hack into hundreds of computers nationally and around the world. Regardless of whether they were located, were targets of opportunity for the cyber actors themselves as a way of just making money. In addition, authorities said they would demand and sometimes get a ransom. I'm Brian shook. And I Brian Curtis in Hong Kong. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets. Asian stocks are edging higher earlier U.S. equities rebounded. The modest rallies come as data showed U.S. producer prices fell for a second month. That provided some relief as investors weigh up the prospect of big rate hikes by the fed. Ray dalio, the founder of Bridgewater associates, says interest rates will have to rise a lot as a result of soaring inflation. He said a fed fund rate of four and a half percent could lead to a 20% drop in equity prices. Earlier, we spoke with Nancy tingler, CEO of laffer tingler investments. So we think we will get to four probably or close three 7 5, but there are a lot of cross currents that affect this and raise a smart guy. I'm not going to disagree with him. He may be right if we get to four and a half. I'm just not convinced we're going to get there. In the meantime, Japan's trade deficit expanded to a record in August as a week in inflated the value of commodity imports. The trade deficit grew to $19.7 billion imports rose 49.9% in value from a year ago, reaching the record. Exports increased 22.1%, crude oil, a big part of those inbound shipments. And New Zealand's economy grew more than expected in the second quarter of GDP, rose 1.7% from the first quarter. Australia's employment in the month of August rose 33,500 month on month. Let's check the markets, the hanxi index is up about a half a percent the nikkei advancing four tenths of 1%. The CSI 300 in China is trading down about a tenth of 1%. Dollar again, one 43, 34 in the yield on the ten year treasury, 3.41%. Global news 24 hours a day live in a Bloomberg quick take brought to you by 2700 journalists and analysts in a 120 countries. In Hong Kong, I'm Brian Curtis. This is Bloomberg
"r kelly" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Manager, let me just pick up the phone and call the spoon. Yeah. You set the intention. You know what? I'm gonna be in this movie with my song. You can just have it. Yeah, get it done. Oh, it gets done. Right. Reese apparently texting everybody. Where the crawdads sing hits theaters this Friday. Now Jesse James decker's husband, Eric just found himself in a compromising position. Their four year old son did the lord's work and posted a photo on Instagram of his dad, naked in the shower. Yes, sir. Eric delayed the evidence, then wrote time to change the code so much for letting forests watch his Avengers videos during my shower. Lucky for us, Jesse found it hilarious and reposted the photo which a messy ass friend screen grabs. Yeah. So this is a refreshing photo. We have so many elements. Let's break it down. We have funny text, adorable child, and then just a reminder that leg day is always a good day to do. Yes. This is a beautiful composite of a window into their household and frankly, to be a fly on that wall. Okay, where can I see this photo? Because I missed the whole thing. I can't wait. We're not putting it up right now. I know we know that sweet grab that. We was happening. Yeah, we gonna get it to you. What I need to do is I need to get forest phone number and send this kid some college money, honey, 'cause you just, you just woke my ass up. Well, I will say though, look, she's got a good sense of humor about it. Kids, kids get into stuff all the time. You know, I mean, I don't have any kids, but I'm just saying, I've heard they do. But here's my jam. Yeah. And I tell this to my friends all the time. Go. Even if I'm having the best sex with a man, even if this man is so rich, even if this man treats me, right? I'm still gonna say that he is broke. We have no sexual chemistry. He is a dud. 'cause you don't want anyone else. Never want anyone else to know what I have. And I even tell dudes. When we first see each other, I'm like, I'm not being shady with posting on Instagram because I do want to be able to share that I'm with someone. Yes. I'm just not going to do it for a very long time because I don't want people. Do you know what his DMs look like right now after this picture? Keep it on care. They get so messy. I mean, they would literally go to her page, find his account, then DM him be like, saw that shower pick. Boy, do I want to be your loofah? I mean, come on up here. Thank you. Get your flowers. Thank you. Yeah, I'm sure she's real worried about that. That's right. After his prison sentence, did R. Kelly get engaged, the shocking details, plus everything
"r kelly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"95th street. The suspect is described as a male dressed in a hoodie, sweatpants, and a baseball cap, all in black, mayor Eric Adams says his administration is working hard to combat gun violence, but the city needs help. We're going to find this person to guilty of this horrific crime. We're going to find him and bring him to justice. We just need to justice system to make sure this innocent person received that justice that we're asking for. Mayor Adams says the victim was shot by the suspect in the head at point blank range. Today is the last day the U.S. Supreme Court issues opinions. The court will decide how much authority the EPA has to regulate emissions from power plants, another opinion will impact immigration. Also today, justice Stephen Breyer retires and will formally pass the torch to catan G Brown Jackson, becoming the first black woman on the high court. New Jersey lawmakers have passed a record $50.6 billion budget, sending it to governor Phil Murphy's desk. The budget is 9% bigger than last year's and comes after better than expected tax returns and bigger state coffers. The death toll from the deadliest smuggling case in U.S. history rose to 53. The victims were found Monday in the back of a sweltering truck in San Antonio, four men face charges. R&B star R. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison. The 55 year old singer was convicted of racketeering and sex trafficking last year. Lizette Martinez and R. Kelly accuser and author of the book Jane Doe number 9 described how she finally got away. I looked in the mirror and I didn't recognize myself and I didn't like myself anymore. And I knew that if I didn't get out, either he was going to kill me or I was going to kill myself. Like you got that dark. Liz Martinez spoke to ABC. Israel's parliament voted today to dissolve itself and send the country to the polls in November for the 5th time in less than four years. Jar lapid, Israel's foreign minister will become the country's
"r kelly" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie
"Right. Everybody welcome back to the pop. Culture junkie podcast. We're gonna jump right in to entertainment news for this week. What's in the headlines. What do people need to know what's been going on this week. What's that got says. Well there's one thing so technically having been drinking recently. But i had to drink to r kelly being convicted for transects trafficking and racketeering. I've i was a win for society. Yes yeah i've just think the whole thing for some reason. I mention that i was like about it because to me is just like he tried so hard to feel like he was the victim or like he was innocent and all this and then i saw earlier today. I got some notification. I didn't like clicked on it or anything because when i saw it and i was like i'm not even going to entertain this but it was something about like bill cosby saying that are. Kelly was being railroaded. Well of course spilka it. I'm ignoring that. I had to had to celebrate some way members. Because because i haven't been drinking. There's been this alcohol in my fridge. That i've been ignoring and i was like i'm gonna celebrate to that it's been decades and like it's been a long time coming and amen. He faces life in prison which is going to be well. I mean he hasn't been sentenced yet. yeah he could. He could face up to life in prison. Which has gray. It's crazy and i have been. I haven't been following it. But i've been hearing like in other news outlets although the victims and other people that have been testifying and all the crazies just gross stuff like he's been like doing to these to these people like he would like force them to call him daddy and like we had specific rules to how to like interact with him and the people around them if allowed them to like interact with anybody else but him like he was really demanding really controlling and this is disgusting every time and i would like to hear about it. I'm just. I'm just really happy That this is happening. I i hate that. He'd made good music. And i mentioned this before. Like i had this like bump-and-grind playlist. And i just had a switch that up. Call it the nicest low platelets thank you for. Also we'll get b. But yeah i'm this is just something i've been waiting for. My favorite part of the story was that r kelly had collected a bunch of letters from his victims that he basically forced them to write things that he didn't do anything and then the prosecutors actually use those letters to find his victims contact them and then they testified against him. And i'm like that is so like that's something you would see law and order food. We're like this guy. Convicted himself Like yeah i mean thankfully..
"r kelly" Discussed on Real Ass Affirmations
"On my kelly price. Y'all ready breath in one. Two three hold one two three breath out three to one. Do not disturb. Because i'm on my kelly price breathing. Do not disturb because. I'm on my kelly products breath again. Do not disturb. Because i'm on my kelly price and for the people in the backhoe didn't hear.
"r kelly" Discussed on TSACP
"Need them. I couldn't. I couldn't wait for a couple of days. I went and i was like. I cannot like a half way to speak about this and i saw appropriate. It's on yes. There was such an appropriate thing to do so the next day i was like i clearly cannot speak to her about it. I knew that because you're not even aware what you're saying is racist right. And the way she communicated to you she was entrenched in it she was entrenched in it and she communicated into to like i should trust what she's telling me on her experience working in a school for so long right so talking to her directly about it would be challenging all of her authority that she tried to lean. In to give you this message fragility would have been. I sure roof. Oh my god through the roof. I just do you know the to you dare you. You recognize the patterns. You know based on how the way she the black child. Yeah you dare you you so you know the way. She communicated that that would happen. I'm like i have to talk the principal about this. So i go to the principal. I said look. I the principal. And they're like yeah. Sure i went first thing. In the morning i drove her. I made sure she didn't even take the bus to get. I wanted to. You know. Get there as early as possible and i said look i know usually like i haven't made an appointment with this. This is really important. She's like sure. Come in like nice. And so i can't even remember how i started by basically started the conversation that i said that lady's for i really love this school. This is i say to my daughters all the time that i wish i would have gone to a school like this. I've never in my life as vir- ever had never seen a teacher that looked like me and school. Not only my daughters get to see teachers that looked like them but so many teachers of of different cultures and different beliefs which is awesome. Yup yeah and i love their school for that. Because i never had a black teacher in my life dorota. I didn't see that to her. But i was basically saying. I always tell my my daughters how much i wish i would if i was their age to go to school here because of the diversity and what you guys teach in the conversations have you know you you have all this kind of thing and i give you a few examples of stuff that i really love about what they what she does. Because in a lot of it's coming from the principals. It's her ideas. Were right she. She's the leader right. So she sets the tone for the school and so it's not just her ideas but what she approves writers. So i said that and i said one of the things that i do. I said i don't know if you know what i do. I'm a podcast. I am a curator of information and one of the things. I talk a lot too. Not just my kids but in my podcast. I'm an anti-racist. I said anti-racism is very important to me and i know and i could see based on the the things that you have had at your school. Rain dance during national indigenous day. All that kind of thing that. I could see that you also at your school have these conversations anti-racism as well your value anti-racists. Right so i can recognize that you you do things to confronted. Have conversation all that kind of thing right so i said so. I said something happened yesterday. Made me super uncomfortable that you need to know. And i went into it and then so i told her and she said who said that and i sit there. I don't know her name. I know she's not a teacher and i explained to her where her classes because i knew where her classes. And she's like madam. So and so. And i said yes right because i couldn't yes until she said her name and because our our daughter told me her name before i was like yes. That's her and she was like. Oh my god. She's like what she's she's got. A big took a binder. She's like okay. Wait unacceptable what she said and she's like took out her pen and started writing down what i was saying. She's like you know now how we went after. I have no idea. And i didn't wanna pursuade but at least i'm like i'm hoping she's writing it down for real. I'm hoping she's actually going to have a conversation all that stuff. Let's just say that by the following year. I have not seen that teacher ever again. Ever looks good right. And i said to her like they've learned something and hopefully they've learn a position where they're not going to allow their biases to affect their environment. And i told her. I remember after the story. I said you have to understand how dangerous what she's saying because as black girls. We are over sexualize right. This is something that happened to us where we lose our like. By the time we're nine were not afforded to be looked at children anymore here. You have this prejudicial person who's now normalizing it yes yeah and it's comments like this that perpetuates this idea agree. I said to her. You're right so to continue with the conversation. What jesse is a talking about with. Trevor noah. betcha when you look at the story of r kelly when you look at the story of these girls when you look at how even people in the black community have react to to. It's what do you think missing. What do you think we could be doing better. And what do you think what have you learned. And what do you think we should learn from the entire story. I think one of the things that we should learn from the story is that celebrity is a colt dislike any other cult and so the the the leeway we have given our kelly ins in part due to the fact that we think celebrities exists above and beyond all of our social norms and that in fact to be excessive to excessively violate the social norms. Mates more creative right so that we have a long history of that across all forms of music of celebrities throughout time who have dated in preyed upon young women and it was seen as part of their creative as is right One thing. I think the other thing is precisely that that we are comfortable with black. Girls always being perceived as responsible for people's desire for them right when people desire desire to him and other context. We say that person has an issue. Yes when the object is black girls we say the other people's desire for us our personal responsibility right and so one of the things that i think we owe black girls and what i would hope we would appoint. We would get you is to give them the agency that allows them to be black girls and that is to say. I am not responsible for how people perceive me to hold adults responsible for adult behavior until allow black girls to girls. It's wild yeah. You feel that when you're young when you and your mind is not that you feel that when your mind is like you're still a child and let's say you're eleven years old and you notice older men looking at you. You know you leering. If there's.
"r kelly" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Very significant earlier in the show. We were talking about r kelly who is often seen as and i think rightly as a musical genius. And we've talked a little bit about how that framework of being great can also cover over paper over and allow people to turn away from bad actions and so an actions that hurt others. So i'm wondering how you think about That responsibility of of carrying something like activists or civil rights activists or genius and how that reflects on the responsibility. We have that goes along with the title like that. Were you know. I fully embrace Whatever comes with named the genius and that responsibility especially at the person like i said Where i've come from being homeless addicted to drugs and contemplating suicide and so i took on that responsibility long before Macarthur awarded me. This honor Because i believe that you know that i was chosen that god chose me to work And that work was really number one Just so people. There's so many folks in our society who are facing obstacles and who you know looking seeming lee. You know feeling like they. There's no light at the end of the tunnel. And what. I do my body of work and who i am. Individual is a message to them that no matter what obstacles are in front of them that they could overcome those obstacles and avenue impact in their community in addition to that and equally as important. You know if body of work that i that. I'm engaging also shows people who may not have walked a mile in my shoes that cannot foreclose. On the drug addict they can't automatically foreclose on returning citizens informed car serrated individuals and that they could see what happens when we're giving people like me given second chances knowing that we have the potential to be a great asset to our communities and so this was something that i took on many years Before getting the recognition and so i fully embraced the responsibility that comes with being named the genus today. Talking about that that opportunity to use your talents your gifts your abilities your second. You know a law degree or your second. The one that you earn hum in these much more tough circumstances i think you and i have talked about my older brother before. Nine years older than me and i hadn't seen him at about Not i have not seen him face to face or touched his hand in more than twenty years and we recently lost Family member and he did not know that he'd been released and he showed up at the graveside. And i i saw my brother for the first time in twenty years. The first time that we've all been together all the siblings and on you know whatever. I see my brother. I thank god. He's he's so tall his good-looking. He's funny he's smart. But i know that's not what so. Many employers see. I know that sounds so many landlords. See you know what the work gets you off the track that i mean the track in front of that train. How do you see yourself so so. Let me tell you so. This is so amazing that you you share that story in about your brother. Because here's the deal you know. I remember Just a couple of years ago. I was one of the one hundred most influential people with time magazine. Right and i remember telling One of the negative there that they missed the mark because they put the rock on the cover of time right and i told them that they should have put me on the cover. Because you know. I think folks need to know that you don't have to be a movie star. A celebrity athlete or billionaire or politician have impact on this world right that if they could see a a a a drug addi a convicted person convicted of multiple felonies can homeless could overcome those obstacles and have an impact not only in this but on the world itself that they can do it that we all have what it takes to actually do something great while we're here on this planet but the other part of that is also showing and speaking of what you're saying. Is that that employer right today. That employer who headed the higher person with a criminal pass right could look at me and say man. We're not be denied desmond a job working for my establishment or the landlord. You know that that hesitant or these. Cities municipalities and police departments have these crime-free housing policies data so inherently A racist and discriminatory right. Would they now rethink that. Because they see someone who their policies would say. You're not you're not allowed to live here. You're not allowed to work here. You're not allowed to go to school here. You're not even allowed to vote to have your voice heard right and so i- diff- moment i think is a moment to really elevate that platform to help start shifting some narratives right because what you saw on. Your brother is what everybody says. Senior brother i and that is his humanity right. Not if the mistake that he made but his humanity and when we're able to connect with each other along the lines of humanity we treat each other mold humanely and we understand that that some live and not more valuable than other that we're all deserving of being treated with dignity and respect. Have you thought about what you're gonna do with the money you know at the end of the day you know i think Where my blessing come from is when i take the blessings as god gives me and use it to help others. I've done it before in the past Would find him. Fees fund where. We're helping people pay off fines and fees so they'll have to choose between putting food on the table voting and i will continue to do so because god always blesses me. When i put people first desmond. Meade is a civil rights. Activists and executive director of the florida rights restoration coalition. He's also author of the new book. Let my people vote. And a certified genius desmond..
"r kelly" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"I have to be honest when charges began being announced in february just a month. After documentary aired islands gobsmacked. I did not think that it would lead to this. What hoped that it would lead to was recognizing that the public that my community might reconsider. You know they're supportive him and might look more deeply at rape culture overall on our communities. I said the song. I the film of i meant the song but also if you could talk about for the first time young men coming forward who were abused as boys. I mean Can't say that. I was surprised giving the reporting research that we did. For surviving r kelly. I i would hope that. The gender of his victims r kelly was our young male victim himself of sexual abuse and rate. I would hope that the gender of the victims wouldn't have an effect on whether or not r kelly supporters and fans continue to support him. I would want to believe that black girls matter that black women matter. But i know that you know sometimes homophobia trump's our care for our children and this isn't just a black issue. I just happened to be a black woman who lives in black community. Burks abroad community riding about genre artists. Performs arm be mostly for black people. So that is who i'm caring about. Do this work dream. They're still a trials that he must face in illinois and minnesota as well and his sentencing will be of on the on this of federal case conviction won't be until may what what do you expect will happen in illinois. Minnesota are the charges. They're a different from the ones. He's faced that he just recently faced been keeping with trial and the procedures of course for clothes to new york. I didn't travel to new york witness. But when i think about the reporting that we did for surviving kelly i think about someone like susan log an attorney in chicago who you settled. Case after case or I don't wanna say for our kelly but had victim after victim black women in chicago mostly signing nondisclosure agreements in receiving a pittance for restitution. I wanna call it Restitution is owed These women were going to need the kind of support that only money can can begin to solve. And how with But i look at you know the people who weren't at the stand who enabled him these people who are part of this ecosystem of reviews. And i'm hoping that in chicago. They'll be some consequences for the neighbors dream hampton. Thank you so much For your.
"r kelly" Discussed on AP News
"Some eight million people have already voted in the effort to recall California Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom want to support Gavin Newsome and I voted. No, I was happy to find elder Newsom has to get 50% plus one no votes to block the recall if we don't turn out And vote. No. Larry Elder is the next governor of the state of California. Those voting yes to recall. Newsom then select one of nearly four dozen names on the ballot, and elder, a conservative radio host is leading in the polls of those wanting to oust Newsome. So please Vote to recall this man vote Yes, on the recall. Yeah. Shouldn't assume not overcome the recall. Then the top vote getter in the huge field of candidates would become governor. Many elections experts say that person could win with fewer than 25% of the votes. I'm Tim Maguire, a long time assistant to R. Kelly is the latest to testify at his sex trafficking trial. Dina Copeland served as an H R. Kelly for 15 years, And she says, while she never saw any of the alleged sex abuse that the R and B star is accused of, she did witness some odd stuff. Once, she says, he asked to change into a robe to prove that she wasn't secretly recording him. And she says Kelly even had her writer letter falsely confessing to stealing from him, she testified also about how Kelly relied on his inner circle. For example, Copeland says the singer's struggles to read and write and had no control over his own bank account, or Where his royalties were going. She also says R. Kelly didn't even know his own Social Security number. I'm Oscar Bells Gabriel.
"r kelly" Discussed on AP News
"Blaming the unvaccinated for the sharp rise in covid cases. But his new vaccine requirements plan for as many as 100 Million Americans is drawing fire from some union leaders and some Republicans. Los Angeles school District says kids 12 and older must be vaccinated before they can return to classrooms next year. AP correspondent Jackie Quinn. Board member Jackie Goldberg says this isn't about her family or Any other. I see this as a community. Necessity to protect the Children under 12 who cannot be vaccinated. The student population in Los Angeles is nearly three quarters Latino, a group more susceptible to severe covid illness. But an attorney already suing over California's mask mandate expects there will be many legal challenges. I'm Jacki Quinn and I'm Rita Foley after a nearly weeklong break testimony resuming in the R Kelly case. One of the latest witnesses against R. Kelly, a radio station intern who tried to land an interview with the R and B star to make her bones in the industry. She was invited to travel from Salt Lake City to Kelly's compound in Chicago. But instead of a one on one, she ended up locked in a darkened room, she says when she was offered food after two days there she send moments after eating some, she passed out. And during that time that she was unconscious, she said, R. Kelly raped her. She is the latest to take the stand to testify without using her real name against the singer. Kelly has denied allegations by federal prosecutors that he ran a criminal enterprise to exploit women, girls and boys for sex. I'm Oscar Welles Gabriel. Some of the nation's governors are taking issue with President Biden's plan to force large companies to either mandate vaccines or require weekly testing. Montana Republican governor Greg Gianforte is calling a new vaccination mandate unlawful and un American he's made it illegal in his state for private employers to require that workers get vaccinated. Mississippi Republican Governor Tate Reeves, calling the plan unconstitutional and terrifying, suggesting that President Biden was a tyrant. The president in his speech on his new covid plan, criticized elected officials who are working to undermine the fight against Covid 19. Instead of encouraging people to get vaccinated, a mask up there, ordering mobile morgues for the unvaccinated dying from covid in their communities. Jackie Quinn Washington President Biden is announcing new steps to vaccinate more Americans against Covid 19 while sharply criticizing those who have not gotten shots. The president says most Americans have done the right thing by getting vaccinated. He and they are frustrated by the 80 million who have not been patient. But our patience is wearing thin. And your refusal has cost all of us. Among other steps. He's rolling out sweeping federal vaccine requirements affecting as many as 100 million Americans, including mandating that all employers with more than 100 workers require vaccinations or weekly tests. The moves come as the U. S. Sees a sharp rise in cases about 300% more each day. But at this time last year Saga or Megane at the White House This.
"r kelly" Discussed on AP News
"Break testimony resuming in the R Kelly case. One of the latest witnesses against R. Kelly, a radio station intern who tried to land an interview with the R and B star to make her bones in the industry. She was invited to travel from Salt Lake City to Kelly's compound in Chicago. But instead of a one on one, she ended up locked in a darkened room, she says when she was offered food after two days there she send moments after eating some, she passed out. And during that time that she was unconscious, she said, R. Kelly raped her. She is the latest to take the stand to testify without using her real name against the singer. Kelly has denied allegations by federal prosecutors that he ran a criminal enterprise to exploit women, girls and boys for sex. I'm Oscar Welles Gabriel. Some of the nation's governors are taking issue with President Biden's plan to force large companies to either mandate vaccines or require weekly testing. Montana Republican governor Greg Gianforte is calling a new vaccination mandate unlawful and un American he's made it illegal in his state for private employers to require that workers get vaccinated. Mississippi Republican Governor Tate Reeves, calling the plan unconstitutional and terrifying, suggesting that President Biden was a tyrant. The president in his speech on his new covid plan, criticized elected officials who are working to undermine the fight against Covid 19. Instead of encouraging people to get vaccinated, a mask up there, ordering mobile morgues for the unvaccinated dying from covid in their communities. Jackie Quinn Washington President Biden is announcing new steps to vaccinate more Americans against Covid 19 while sharply criticizing those who have not gotten shots. The president says most Americans have done the right thing by getting vaccinated. He and they are frustrated by the 80 million who have not been patient. But our patience is wearing thin. And your refusal has cost all of us. Among other steps. He's rolling out sweeping federal vaccine requirements affecting as many as 100 million Americans, including mandating that all employers with more than 100 workers require vaccinations or weekly tests. The moves come as the U. S. Sees a sharp rise in cases about 300% more each day. But at this time last year Saga or Megane at the White House Thank you for listening to the AP Radio.
"r kelly" Discussed on AP News
"Is available in English and Spanish and can be found on Iowa s and Android. Another accuser is taking the standard R Kelly sex trafficking trial in New York. The woman, identified in court only as Jane Doe says she was a high school student and aspiring singer when she first met R. Kelly. But before long, she says he was sexually abusing her on his tour bus and in hotel rooms when she was just 17. The woman also testifies that Kelly infected her with herpes and never told her he had it. She also says Kelly impose rules on how they would dress who they can speak to, and even when they could use the bathroom, she says, when she texted someone once about Kelly without permission, he grabbed the size. 12 shoe from a closet and beat her with it. I'm Oscar Welles Gabriel. More than 20 people are known dead. Others are missing since flash floods touched off by a record rain roared through a rule. Tennessee County. The slow moving storms seemingly parked over Humphreys County, Tennessee, the 17 inch Day lose Saturday, a record for the state. Resulting in flash floods rolling through the small towns of Waverly and McEwen. Anna Mae's held onto the door frame of her home and Waverly Water up to her chin. I thought I was blown. I was screaming, and Harlan for Jodi Stakhovsky from the same neighborhood says the flood killed people in homes across the street from hers. We could see these people on their porches. And I think in my mind that they thought they were safe that the water was not going to get that high meteorologists and climate scientists say such 100 year or even 1000 year, floods are becoming more common because of climate change. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The Taliban warns any attempt by US troops to delay their withdrawal from Afghanistan past August 31st to give people more time to get out would.
"r kelly" Discussed on AP News
"Is available in English and Spanish and can be found on Iowa s and Android. Another accuser is taking the standard R Kelly sex trafficking trial in New York. The woman, identified in court only as Jane Doe says she was a high school student and aspiring singer when she first met R. Kelly. But before long, she says he was sexually abusing her on his tour bus and in hotel rooms when she was just 17. The woman also testifies that Kelly infected her with herpes and never told her he had it. She also says Kelly impose rules on how they would dress who they can speak to, and even when they could use the bathroom, she says, when she texted someone once about Kelly without permission, he grabbed the size. 12 shoe from a closet and beat her with it. I'm Oscar Welles Gabriel. More than 20 people are known dead. Others are missing since flash floods touched off by a record rain roared through a rule. Tennessee County. The slow moving storms seemingly parked over Humphreys County, Tennessee, the 17 inch Day lose Saturday, a record for the state. Resulting in flash floods rolling through the small towns of Waverly and McEwen. Anna Mae's held onto the door frame of her home and Waverly water up to her chin. I thought I was alone. I was screaming and hollering for him. Jody Stakhovsky from the same neighborhood says the flood killed people in homes across the street from hers. We could see these people on their porches. And I think in my mind that they thought they were safe that the water was not going to get that high meteorologists and climate scientists say such 100 years or even 1000 year, floods are becoming more common because of climate change. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The Taliban warns any attempt by US troops to delay their withdrawal from Afghanistan past August 31st to give people more time to get out would.
"r kelly" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Pure facts that he did what he did guilty. Joe s soon chat room. Put a number one if you could be objective about this with our kelly. So they probably. The godfather told us that they pick the jury. I ready seven men. Five women but okay. Obviously they did of course like we need to know. We're not gonna know until it's over overweight but it would be very interesting to see what he says. Seven men and five women looking for you. King sound looking good for you because the men men alike you know especially if they not barbecue especially if they not art kelly supporters or they don't know anything about r kelly middle age babylonian and maybe some. Dekalb put a black man. it's gotta be. I will be shocked if there's not a black man within no seven. You're going to have some babylonian women and maybe one progressive african-american to african american soul sisters from the age of thirty two fifty off kelly. This is now looking good for you. the feds are going to come down on you at all the evidence. They said that There will be no public allowed in the courtroom during his trial. Only the jury see tastes. He's trying to box this dude in he can't even sway juror or you know like and you're right if you committed these crimes and they can prove not prove all this. You need to go to for the twenty years. But i believe he only needs one or two to go nine now. Can't so who's a defense attorneys. How much he's paying for. It is because this is serious with r kelly. And hey i'm like you bobby first when it all went down like listen to music. Are you doing it then went. That did a comedy show and saucers the dj sources dj and never forget it sauce. And we did. The after party source started playing all that kellyanne was on the dancefloor and like oh my god so i did so i i so from that point. I've been liberated with his music or kelly. Bro there's no defense get on spanish. There's no public. Nobody from the public. the recording secretary barbie. The defense prosecution an artist. Do you know the dude. At the pitches. Artists artists courtroom out. That's it so so started yesterday. How long spectacle a month. And then they're gonna they're gonna put the hammer down on new bra- a few weeks. Yeah let's a few weeks. I and and r kelly If you are convicted of these crimes Providers faces about feds. You've done and you gotta go to jail. And that's it and there's no sympathy coming this way and in your community and just like comedian mimi. Simpson said And linnet roy off from chicago. They openly set it on this show. We knew he was a dirtbag renews knew. We saw him walking around everybody everybody in the neighborhood of chicago. Note that he's dirtbag so you got to go. I will you guys can find sydney sydney j on facebook. Cine underscored jail instagram. Jd's three your snapchat. And i believe it's sydney sydney j on ticked up. That's me find me barbie right barbie clones or facebook. I barbeque loan on instagram. Barbie cologne styles on instagram designed. To be and tic tac and designed the bay. Three eight four. Does anybody three. Don't take four one snatch sean harvey on facebook Comedian show harvey facebook. When you're she'll take. I'll take tucker county got open. They're never on time. Get you famous. Yeah no doubt. I guess we definitely do that. So everyone god bless you guys. We appreciate you..
"r kelly" Discussed on Breakdown 2 Lowdown
"He said yeah but that was right to give it to women yup but li- eater to someone else but for them. I wasn't expecting that. I feel like he's not a good fit for them. I don't if you get my point. Or whatever i understand what you're saying. I agree okay. I liked it. Like jay z in an interview recently On the shop. He said that your when i ruled still dray for dr dre and snoop like. I made sure that. When i was spitting shit i was doing it with snoop cadence invoice and dr dre cadence invoice lay dust. This oh so. That's what i feel by. That's what i mean by that. Like it would have been a r kelly track or someone else in that lane of r. Kelly like joe or whatever. Yeah that's that's that's awful about that trick but it's a good track but i feel like it's not my cup of tea. That's fair that's fair. I thought i thought it was good for this week. And that's that's a that's how that's how you fell when the when you took their pig stopping let's get into our next segment man. What are we doing. The lowdown down to the.
"r kelly" Discussed on Breakdown 2 Lowdown
"He said yeah but that was right to give it to women yup but li- eater to someone else but for them. I wasn't expecting that. I feel like he's not a good fit for them. I don't if you get my point. Or whatever i understand what you're saying. I agree okay. I liked it. Like jay z in an interview recently On the shop. He said that your when i ruled still dray for dr dre and snoop like. I made sure that. When i was spitting shit i was doing it with snoop cadence invoice and dr dre cadence invoice lay dust. This oh so. That's what i feel by. That's what i mean by that. Like it would have been a r kelly track or someone else in that lane of r. Kelly like joe or whatever. Yeah that's that's that's awful about that trick but it's a good track but i feel like it's not my cup of tea. That's fair that's fair. I thought i thought it was good for this week. And that's that's a that's how that's how you fell when the when you took their pig stopping let's get into our next segment man. What are we doing. The lowdown down to the.
"r kelly" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast
"My dream was to be like mothra girl. One of the most through twitter. Yes but but but you know. I'm learning more now in adulthood about all these comic book characters. But every time i get one of these characters. It's it's fun. It's fun for me to to learn about them and and And be able to to bring them to life But oftentimes. I have to admit when i when i get on dishes and stuff i have to call my comic book. Nerd friends for the background stories on these characters and and sometimes i get fooled because i remember going in for for X. men and playing Doing the audition. Of course they didn't tell me that i was playing lady strike in the audition. They told us they had us. Read some sides for the audition which had nothing to do with the character I thought i was auditioning for the role of some red headed Reporter and i'm asking my friends. Do you know who this character is. And they gave me the whole rundown the whole everything about it and then you know come to find out. I was playing a whole other character. So there's like who is this strike. I had no idea but But yeah these. These rules are always super funds to research and and and read about then and I've always got these These comic book Friends who are like total comic book nerds. You're always far more excited than when i get the news. I think you had like one line at dialogue. Is you know his strike. And and she's and she's certainly need a manicure to. That's for sure that when the challenge your fingernails they were. They were glued. They were crazy glued under my actual fingernails. Once they were on. That was it. You couldn't you couldn't scratch your nose you couldn't you know. Open a door. If i was when they would call me. I like out of my dressing room. They would have to open the door for me. Because i couldn't unlatch the door with my colleagues and go to the bathroom. Yes kelly a pleasure. I mean you just totally killed it in his role and i was senior. I wanna see more this group again. It was it was a dynamite movie. I love that. let's do it. You look for batman solar the dragon wherever you get your dvd's. I always say. Get the blu ray with digital damn until next time on the gave this. Is tony toe on..