20 Burst results for "Seguin"
"seguin" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"More books and reading so it's been great who will either h. l. players are hockey players on the tim. Grover with you bishop. Actually this was on the call. And then kevin weeks. I saw one of the calls. So i know week sees involved as well The pretty impressive guy. He's very than guy is very interesting. But yeah he's a guy actually. I mean i'd a lot of kids to maybe nine kids kind of teenagers. You know just to learn the basics on understand that there's a lot more than just no pun department in the net. You gotta be nutritionally sound. You gotta have lost facing a life a lot of training. You know he's a good guy to look so my last question you tyler would be this. What is your dream. Endorsement dream endorsing. Yeah if somebody came to you and said tyler senior stuff nine one and we're really interested in what you have to do you know. Lebron james has his tequila now. It's a big deal to him like. Is there something if a company came to you and said we want you to be the face of this. What would you want more than anything else. I am a big jewelry guy. So i knew i would never get this but rolex will be pretty cool one. It'd be real easy to give gifts of your sponsor endorsed by rolex. That'd be perfect for any christmas or anything But i've also. I'm a big car guy. So i've also had this goal in dream of mine which i think one day. Hopefully i can do in a similar white ryan. Guests left has which is basically you kind.
"seguin" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Funny dude. He's mr personality. He's one of those guys that doesn't have really any bad days. He's always happy and always joking around and when it gets serious time he gets serious then on the ice. I mean he caused me reminds me of a guy named tim. Thomas you know not like super technical Goi that you walk down and lot of times when you walk down a breakaway you can shoot that mid gloves spot in doug on the butterfly dobie reminds tim thomas because he hasn't gone a butterfly. He just put his glove down catches. So he's he's rushing a sheet on in net but the biggest similarity is he competes. There's nothin' super Said he just competes in. It makes it really tough to swan. So he's undercover undercover in dallas for a little while now and now everyone's penicillin him in the bubble flourish. In how good he is so rapid. Have i knew. I wanted to ask you about your recovery. That labor m- injury can be pretty serious. Gets stein a lot of damage to people. Were you concerned when you knew how big it was while honestly so chiming short when we read before kobe. Kinda hit a blocked shot outside my knee with two games. Left and didn't think was much and then once we started quarantining minute give me a lot of issues and it turned out. I had to tears above my knee in my lateral quad so because of that before edmonson injuring like that couple of months quarantine period. I couldn't join a lower body workouts so like i couldn't only do upper body and core and i wasn't at all if i went on the ice. It was just kind of shooting around. But i couldn't skate hard. And.
"seguin" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"In all i know about it is what people have seen on twitter. You know my organization has been awesome with dickie nine with anybody who feels a certain way strongly. No-one's came to me told me anything about anyone. Not being a part of you know season tickets anymore. Not supporting us as a fan base. All i've only seen is on social media. Maybe like you. So that's all. I known the topic. Which kinda shows you know. How great organization is here in dallas. Because no one even came and talked to us about her said you know. Hey do this or do that. it was all about. You know you guys do what you believe. And we support that too good sign. It's a very good sign. This was For the dallas stars fascinating and at times challenging an topsy turvy and roller coaster. And i don't know how else you could describe it more accurately For any hockey team whether it was a situation with cigarettes on annette but at that. But that's a great thing at the end of all the all the montgomery stuff. Sometimes you know extended losing streaks and you know not knowing who this team was and sometimes you guys would look like worldbeaters other times. Look like you know there'd be stretches worry like who are these guys that there's no way they belong in the playoffs and then at the end of it You find yourself in this in the stanley cup final. I'll have you had a chance really because you are in the middle of it. I mean you're tyler seguin with the dallas stars like you have a sense now of what exactly happened all last season and if so how would you describe it last season. I describe it as our team was so successful..
"seguin" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"You a tough call. You know. I'd say as far as might team in someone that you know isn't quite there yet to do. That doesn't have quite the social media on a conference. Maybe you say his roope hintz. The kids got he's got great style and he flaunted especially when he's back home but he's a little more reserved here in dallas in when he's around the boys in these obviously speaks me finish Learn english law better. And he's good at now. But i think once. He keeps gamer confidence with his game in with his personality. I think his ceiling is high for this as well to know your thought tyler was really great for you and maybe here is know. This is what what rupa hinz needs as. Well where i thought was really great and i'm just using this is an analogy with With my two kids Two thousand twelve and a two thousand ten all of their bodies When you jamie benn did dude. Perfect like my kids. I honestly tell it must have watched that video like those viewers over was on a loop in our house and all of a sudden they wanna be. You know playing many sticks in the basement. They wanna be tyler sagan and they wanna be jamie benn. How much did that doing dude. Perfect mean for you. And i hate to. I hate to use these types of terms. But you're hashtag brand. How much would that mean to you. It was awesome. You know when. I i got told about do perfect. I'd heard of them before. I didn't know a lot about them. And then when. I went and looked at other youtube clips and talk to them understood their philosophy. I was on board with it. Because it's different. Yep you know like anything different In our the usual out of the comfort zone is attracted to me. It's what always go after finding ways to get the comfort zone and that helps you grow as a person while i identity date. I'll help That were that you said brand. I don't like us to get there but it's all about you know at the end the day. If you believe in something you know do it need not to bring this up yet. But even with the kneeling with the jason dickinson. Myself and ryan reaves at the bubble on one light. It was is what we believed.
"seguin" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Guys doing things you get more confidence as individual to do that. I think hockey's ceiling for this is so high because you know. No one's really done much of it. No one's who've done the branding. I've done a little bit. Pk sioux bands. Good at it. But what i most excited about is kind of the younger guys that are getting into it you know. A big is awesome matthews. I saw picture. I think it was yesterday him. Justin bieber things like this guy's be more active with celebrities with their fashion Mitch minors well with their fashion. You'll just going outside of the typical stereotype in culture of just being north in self in never going a little a little west to show your own shoe collared in your own swag so i love it. I think it's great part of this change though. Like i know you're focusing on some of the younger kids and what they're gonna do and kill. Thomas has clothing line going back to when he played junior hockey etcetera. But you're sort of at the vanguard of all of this putting yourself out there. And i'm sure that somewhere along the way you must have heard. Oh don't be a distraction. Don't be a distraction. One hundred per we at the spot. Now that you think tyler were. We've heard the last of a distraction and now closer like the other sports to embracing that. An athlete is more than just you pucks in deep. Yes coach no coach. All the answers are in that dressing room. Yeah you said it right there exactly you know. I definitely remember my first year to you. Know in the league in there was kind of looked down upon more.
"seguin" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Pierre la qual- at the end of our peace with tyler. Sagan elliott night will share our thoughts on the former general manager of the quebec nordiques and the colorado avalanche elliott. I can recall very specifically right before the stanley cup. Final tampa bay lightning in dallas stars. I had a conversation with someone around dallas And i was saying well. Congratulations it's been a tumultuous season everything that happened with montgomery to the ups and downs of the season to the pause in the middle of march to getting things going again. You know what a nice sort of end of the season for the dallas stars and he said to me tell you. It's really remarkable. And i'm not going to give you any names not gonna give you any specifics but we are a hurtin bunch right now. We are limping into this. And i got a really handed to the guys because there's a lot of players at probably shouldn't be playing hockey at this point And as we saw on the final elliott tyler say game was clearly one of those guys and you are responsible for this interview. You're the one who set it up so tell us How it came to happen. You got the press releases. We all did about tyler. Sagan has like the interesting thing about sagan to a lot of people is. He's not just a key player and he's never just been a hockey player even going back to when he played with jeff skinner and the nats and the gt ahl. He's always been abode. You know hockey is part of my life but it is not my life really So wasn't surprised when i got a press release that sagan has launched his own lifestyle brand nine one house asserted to make a couple of calls to get to get tyler on the program to talk about that and and also to get his thoughts. Elliott need he talks about it In the in the interview here Get his thoughts on things. That aren't related to hockey. There's a lot of hockey in this interview. This lot on the stars is a lot on as funny stuff on anton khudobin. There's some there's some good stuff on on his teammates. But i find the one of the more interesting things about tyler sagan and you know from my little purposes with my audit. Doing talking to my kids about tyler. Say the first thing. They referred to his co. That guy we saw dude perfect One of the interesting things about sagan is how active. He is away from the game. Like when you hear the names sagan do you just think elliott no and that's the thing like when you said that we were. We should prepare for the interview. Because we were going to do it you know. We had francois allaire on the weekend and with francois allaire. You know it'd been awhile since he'd been in the news so neil. I reread some things. I reread book. I reread patrick. Woz book where he talks about l. air. You know you kind of have got to put some time into this to make sure that you know. I'm not missing anything when you told us that sega was our guy. This time in the it came flooding to you right away. You mention the injuries going into the stanley cup playoffs and the file were clearly. He was not right. You know you mentioned the dude perfect stuff. Also there was of course. He was one of the players who took a knee. He was very involved in a lot of the social justice initiative that happened during the bubble and will continue to happen in the nhl If you go onto his instagram you talked about is a wave from hockey stuff. You talk about his cologne The kinds of things. He's going to be launching. And he is coming back from a pretty serious injury. And i wanted to make sure that sometimes you talk about all these other things you forget that you know. This injury has had a serious effect on players in the past. I think tomo route to one of the guys whose career was seriously affected by something pretty similar so it wasn't hard to come down with a list of questions and say this is what we're going to talk to tyler sagan about and i thought what are the interesting ones. I'm glad you acid is. Who is the sneaky best personality that were unaware of on the dallas stars. And i thought his answer was pretty interesting as well. The two of them that really stood out to me was who was the worst poker player because he's served up someone right away and of course what would happen. If i used his cologne. I thought that was very important. I what i found interesting to you. And i always love hockey players. This and Sagan shares is answered towards the end of the interview here. When was hockey the best for you. Yes now there used to be the old saying hi. Sports are always the best when you're twelve years old. That's when you start to release sort of attach yourself thing all the marketers will tell you that's when you start to attach to different brands and you create a brand identity for yourself etc. But i thought his.
"seguin" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"Program? What advice would you share with those? That might be get ready to do what you do for a living out there with their own airplane. Yeah that's a that's a great question. I think there's the obvious stuff i. mean there's no shortage documentation out there obviously the new gay manual it's fantastic. Great stuff. But as far as something you can take away today I have to quote Doug Shane he had a quote. He said when your best friend come back she says, he just finished his airplane and he's ready to go do his first fight. What's the best thing you can do and he said the best thing you do is take his keys. And what the take your keys does is it gives you you call it a month, but but there's that push riding Yuban. Wife's nagging. Late. On the hanger ran finally you can afford the avionics package. Go go go the DR is going to be here or are you going to be ready to play open to close? Did We? Did we do inbound. Big. Big Big Push Right. You want to make sure that you're ready for that next job right What I love about. The experience right as you say. I've never built an aeroplane before and vans, send you a kit and Umass your first rib, and if you didn't do it right and you you read the book again and you cut jill it out and put in another. I don't know how to terminate a why Reggie Terminator Wire that one doesn't look good look at the book you figured out there's so many little tiny skills how you want to schedule how you run a budget you know I. Registered, the airplane Da are what's a notary public to get you to sign off the paperwork all those little things you have to work through This is no different than any of those other first light is no different. Any other ones? The the risk there's a spike at risk there's an. Avalanche moment, a cliff moment turns of exposure both to you the project family to the airport, and so it's important to prepare yourself for. All those things are doable that most likely there's an airplane on the planet like your airplane you can go fly you'll hang out with that guy you can fly something. That's you know a little bit quicker a little bit slower right sit down with somebody who knows more than you do take your time no rush. No rush right you can prepare for it right but but give yourself. That time because there's like I said, there's that building and building and building the pace keeps picking up and I'm going to do the flight because I wanNA make Oshkosh. You're not. GonNa. Make it Oshkosh. I'm sorry. It's cancelled anyway. You're not gonNA make take time. We've we've given them an extra year now. Right? They can get that they're missing in Oshkosh, right? No. they have another year to go for that right so exactly but but yeah, just like any other day thank you can prepare yourself. You can get there no matter I mean, even we're talking about at four phantom you can get whether or not. It's worth the effort whether or not you know your wife's going to put up with all baloney associated with it. I don't know but you can get there this give yourself a chance. So that would be my my recommendation. So for the young people watching today that are looking at San. Wow. This is exactly what I WANNA do I've always dreamed of being you know like we talked about earlier spaceflight it's a big deal right now what what spacex just achieve for the first time to launch a commercially manned spacecraft into space after you guys did it at scale huge deal A little a little different way..
"seguin" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"So for the first time, die beyond the course because we've laid it out in the middle of the desert is helped with the waivers. The middle of the desert you're screaming in from, you know like four thousand feet ag it's kind of hard to see the course. So this cool justification I said, well, we need to put cars on the course to map it out. You know. so as their safety so I can find it what a man is. We could put news media there which was the great thing for the experimental flying but I put. My buddies down there. So I'm screaming literally the coolest thing I've ever done I've got stupid kamikaze power on the motor. Right were screaming through Vienna published any going super fast as Atta chance of setting a three club-record record, which is a lifetime goal. Little boy listening to renew on record write what allow Shelton said kilometer record. What is the three record? Right? Here's that moment I'm diving into the course and I'm diving. Crazy when at my wife she's she's marking the course standing on the hotel recall, right? freaking. So. Cool. Right and I didn't deserve. It is your I'd be lucky to have any moment that cool ever again and it's important to remember how how fleeting these things. But that was. That was totally awesome. I. See an airplane. Was Three hundred knots indicated we hit that I trap at just over four hundred miles an hour statute. So because the first passion dive into anyway. So faster than I've ever gone in the airplane before more power on the airplane and we'd ever run the engine was unhappy and Buchan, and barely made it through the record attempt Totally awesome. Experience was fortunate to have some of that got to do. And that'll happen at hobbies. So a lot of us were sad, Oshkosh is that happened to this week A lot of US compare you know some of the wonderful of Oshkosh the Mojave Experimental Flan talk about the flying a little bit of people have been but they should go. Yes. So it was. It was a I don't know that it's really going on anymore. It was a temporary thing It started out where scaled needed to staff up for the strata launch program. Right? We're going to build the world's largest airplane. We're going to need the world's biggest engineering staff..
"seguin" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"There's a lot of turnover, some old sorta hangar rats, Desert Rats, guys were kind of getting turned around and I made it a point to keep track what was in each hangar i WanNa know what was going on the airport was very valuable. Commodity Mojave, I want to know what's going on right? Well, I found a quickie in one of the hangars, and so I kind of knew it was there was hanging up in the top of of of the hangar wasn't on the ground and so I kind of kept an eye on we'll turn out the owner was was maybe Ready to part with He. He he he done most of what he wanted to do. The job has always been found it in the dumpster. Well, it wasn't in the dumpster may have been on its way to the dumpster. It certainly wasn't the flying time. So I at the time, I had a horde of hangers and I purposely kept those hanger stocked with projects that I was trying to find a buyer for. Whatever money whatever we're trying to do? So I grabbed the quickey off the roof. We'll doberm- stuck it in a hangar and it sat there for a year or something like that. My Plan had been to make it electric. Passionate, about the as a really clean air for I don't need to tell you that she's sort of having yourself the Chew Proficient Airframe. It's a super smaller. It's interesting as an. As retain guy, right but also as if you're going to put a new platform new engine on a new powerplant because it's so small because it's so low drag right maybe opens up some other opportunities in the case of electric thought it was exciting. We were pitching to electric customers and not getting anywhere Fundamentally what it comes down to is you're gonNA, wear the batteries out in the program in the batteries of the most expensive part of the program. So you can't really convince net investor. They're gonNA be able to take their parts back and run after things over when you're dealing with electric is you're gonna you're gonNA. Dams about it anyway. So just was sitting there. We are approached by. A turbine engine company that wanted to put a turbo prop on the siren. They wanted to put big power on on the on the siren or they wanted to build another siren or whatever. I was very busy at the time was just campaigning the siren, and then we were trying to do some stuff with lance airs. So it was it was a lot to take on building a whole nother airplane Yada, Yada Yada anyway. So I just did what I always do, which I just take everybody through all the hangers and say, okay, here's what I'm thinking here we have this platform is and we walked into the hangar and the guy was, what does this he never? Seen quick before fine..
"seguin" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"Did you get an aviation? ? <hes> grew up in a flying family <hes>. . My Dad <hes> had assessment semi to for most of my childhood than than <hes>. . I guess when I was pretty young for remember you bought a swift and we had swift grown up in that timeframe when you start getting into get into cars, , 'cause you WanNa get into girls <hes>. . He's hot rod out at swift. . He put a big motor in it and set some records with and. . It was the perfect <hes> sendoff to <hes> will not playing with Clark's. . Their place instead. . That is awesome and you've had a great career after a growing up aviation as an engineer being a part of a lot of special programs aviation. . How did you progress into a professional aviation career? ? <hes> yes. . So The big thing was me and you he he was a pilot but just for <hes>. . So it was a big thing in the family that for me to even think about making money with aviation I didn't really have a good model for that. . So establishing that model really came down to two guys. . One was my uncle Berle who was a mechanic <hes> and the other was a guy named Dave Grohl who restored <hes> <hes>. . A spearman's and t six is just down the road from the airport where I learned to ride my bicycle. . So between those two guys, , they sort of established that model for how you could. . Use Airplanes to to make your money rather than just spend it, , and that's that the sugar trajectory that led to the rest of it. . That is awesome. . So l. it you have a really cool company name was Sabi flight test was Sabi erasing how did that name come about? ? <hes>. . Yeah. . So we're enough we were eating Sushi right <hes>. . No, , but <HES>. . So we we did come up with the name eating Sushi. . We were looking for a name for the for the race plane are we had bought our cast it project that happened to be green and I was looking for a name that would tie the <hes> the color of the airplane to the branding and would also fit well on the side of the airplane. Right . there's like that aspect ratio between the. . Pilot's seat back bulkhead in the front of the Horizontal Stab, , you WanNa kind of that space efficiently as possible <hes>. . So between that and you know having a lot of. . It was going to be fun for fun to say this is a really engineering response. . Sorry about that. . But that was where we came up with with Sabi unfortunately now, , we're stuck with it so. . So tell us a little bit that company. . <hes>. . Yeah. . So <hes>. . <hes> I think you Kinda Kinda. . Talk about Michael Brawl in in Dave right back in. . Michigan. Right . and so you sort of like I'm GonNa make money with aviation like what does that look like you're trying to figure out like how to set those sites right sort of doing bookwork get engineering degree like how's it all add up to what end up in in Muhabi <unk> at scaled right so quickly that that Idea becoming an engineer on aviation engineer on airplanes to like like, , can you fly like what it's like test like that's like a really exponential curve right? ? We go from like WHOA can I make money with airplane to like oh? ? Wow. Like . Mike Millville is like a high school trained like NPR slash astronaut that is the coolest thing ever, , and how do you like do that right? ? Well. . It turns out like other people coming up with that same <hes> thing at the same time. . So there was like a handful of us at scale and really at the Mojave airport that we're all sort of competing for like you know who was GonNa the the visualization was that. . Somebody was going to have to sit in the right seat of those spaceship flights somewhere between like yeah. . Melville was going to get the first flight you know Pete or whatever but it was gonna be some flights before customers were in the right seat in the back seat and that Steve was gonna you know some get bored and they were going to put someone there and you would have a chance to be an astronaut supersonic all reversible controls rocket engine like everything flying the world's greatest Hondo. . So, , creating a path to make yourself competitive for that in this environment like mojave work for spaceship one before they should wonder but voyageur Mohammed was desolate. . There was nobody really after spatial won the place got like flooded with talent. . So. . There's all these guys that are buying for my spot. . I want that spot, , right so I go to work as hard as I can all day but the other day there's slow there's time left the end of the day. . What am I gonNA, , do with it, , and that's where we saw became came down to right. . So whether it was with air racing or helping a friend <hes> developed with a platform whatever I can subsidize my flight test activities with a full time job, , and then ideally I don't have to. . Be With the Siren headed like design the airplane builder my wife working you know basically two fulltime jobs to get things done as you move to where you're doing that more and more professionally like just not happening to build the airplane is such a huge benefit independent of whether or not I get paid or not right. . So if you can use that full-time job to subsidize the back end, , that's where it was Sabi allows me to build that resume that hopefully makes me competitive remember you know the the sort of the end of the the civilian test pilot dream scale was when they started bringing in More and more military trust train test pilots, , right military test pilot right and it's two million bucks to make him a fighter pilot. . Then you drop another million to two million to make him a test pilot that's what you're competing with as a civilian, , right so high, , you get that experience. . So I have to like give away my time at least I didn't have to build all those airplanes to get the experience and that's what the the basis of Assab years. . Right. . I have to make a silly youtube video or do some engineering build an airplane whatever it is to the flight test experienced resume because that's First of all sort of unforgettable experience in second ball. . That's what we're passionate about. . So so that's You're
Elliot Seguin: Test Pilot
"Did you get an aviation? grew up in a flying family My Dad had assessment semi to for most of my childhood than than I guess when I was pretty young for remember you bought a swift and we had swift grown up in that timeframe when you start getting into get into cars, 'cause you WanNa get into girls He's hot rod out at swift. He put a big motor in it and set some records with and. It was the perfect sendoff to will not playing with Clark's. Their place instead. That is awesome and you've had a great career after a growing up aviation as an engineer being a part of a lot of special programs aviation. How did you progress into a professional aviation career? yes. So The big thing was me and you he he was a pilot but just for So it was a big thing in the family that for me to even think about making money with aviation I didn't really have a good model for that. So establishing that model really came down to two guys. One was my uncle Berle who was a mechanic and the other was a guy named Dave Grohl who restored A spearman's and t six is just down the road from the airport where I learned to ride my bicycle. So between those two guys, they sort of established that model for how you could. Use Airplanes to to make your money rather than just spend it, and that's that the sugar trajectory that led to the rest of it. That is awesome. So l. it you have a really cool company name was Sabi flight test was Sabi erasing how did that name come about? Yeah. So we're enough we were eating Sushi right No, but So we we did come up with the name eating Sushi. We were looking for a name for the for the race plane are we had bought our cast it project that happened to be green and I was looking for a name that would tie the the color of the airplane to the branding and would also fit well on the side of the airplane. Right there's like that aspect ratio between the. Pilot's seat back bulkhead in the front of the Horizontal Stab, you WanNa kind of that space efficiently as possible So between that and you know having a lot of. It was going to be fun for fun to say this is a really engineering response. Sorry about that. But that was where we came up with with Sabi unfortunately now, we're stuck with it so. So tell us a little bit that company. Yeah. So I think you Kinda Kinda. Talk about Michael Brawl in in Dave right back in. Michigan. Right and so you sort of like I'm GonNa make money with aviation like what does that look like you're trying to figure out like how to set those sites right sort of doing bookwork get engineering degree like how's it all add up to what end up in in Muhabi at scaled right so quickly that that Idea becoming an engineer on aviation engineer on airplanes to like like, can you fly like what it's like test like that's like a really exponential curve right? We go from like WHOA can I make money with airplane to like oh? Wow. Like Mike Millville is like a high school trained like NPR slash astronaut that is the coolest thing ever, and how do you like do that right? Well. It turns out like other people coming up with that same thing at the same time. So there was like a handful of us at scale and really at the Mojave airport that we're all sort of competing for like you know who was GonNa the the visualization was that. Somebody was going to have to sit in the right seat of those spaceship flights somewhere between like yeah. Melville was going to get the first flight you know Pete or whatever but it was gonna be some flights before customers were in the right seat in the back seat and that Steve was gonna you know some get bored and they were going to put someone there and you would have a chance to be an astronaut supersonic all reversible controls rocket engine like everything flying the world's greatest Hondo. So, creating a path to make yourself competitive for that in this environment like mojave work for spaceship one before they should wonder but voyageur Mohammed was desolate. There was nobody really after spatial won the place got like flooded with talent. So. There's all these guys that are buying for my spot. I want that spot, right so I go to work as hard as I can all day but the other day there's slow there's time left the end of the day. What am I gonNA, do with it, and that's where we saw became came down to right. So whether it was with air racing or helping a friend developed with a platform whatever I can subsidize my flight test activities with a full time job, and then ideally I don't have to. Be With the Siren headed like design the airplane builder my wife working you know basically two fulltime jobs to get things done as you move to where you're doing that more and more professionally like just not happening to build the airplane is such a huge benefit independent of whether or not I get paid or not right. So if you can use that full-time job to subsidize the back end, that's where it was Sabi allows me to build that resume that hopefully makes me competitive remember you know the the sort of the end of the the civilian test pilot dream scale was when they started bringing in More and more military trust train test pilots, right military test pilot right and it's two million bucks to make him a fighter pilot. Then you drop another million to two million to make him a test pilot that's what you're competing with as a civilian, right so high, you get that experience. So I have to like give away my time at least I didn't have to build all those airplanes to get the experience and that's what the the basis of Assab years. Right. I have to make a silly youtube video or do some engineering build an airplane whatever it is to the flight test experienced resume because that's First of all sort of unforgettable experience in second ball. That's what we're passionate about. So so that's You're
"seguin" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"We've seen a lot of your programs in your airplanes on Youtube and through your social media channels. But how did you get an aviation? grew up in a flying family My Dad had assessment semi to for most of my childhood than than I guess when I was pretty young for remember you bought a swift and we had swift grown up in that timeframe when you start getting into get into cars, 'cause you WanNa get into girls He's hot rod out at swift. He put a big motor in it and set some records with and. It was the perfect sendoff to will not playing with Clark's. Their place instead. That is awesome and you've had a great career after a growing up aviation as an engineer being a part of a lot of special programs aviation. How did you progress into a professional aviation career? yes. So The big thing was me and you he he was a pilot but just for So it was a big thing in the family that for me to even think about making money with aviation I didn't really have a good model for that. So establishing that model really came down to two guys. One was my uncle Berle who was a mechanic and the other was a guy named Dave Grohl who restored A spearman's and t six is just down the road from the airport where I learned to ride my bicycle. So between those two guys, they sort of established that model for how you could. Use Airplanes to to make your money rather than just spend it, and that's that the sugar trajectory that led to the rest of it. That is awesome. So l. it you have a really cool company name was Sabi flight test was Sabi erasing how did that name come about? Yeah. So we're enough we were eating Sushi right No, but So we we did come up with the name eating Sushi. We were looking for a name for the for the race plane are we had bought our cast it project that happened to be green and I was looking for a name that would tie the the color of the airplane to the branding and would also fit well on the side of the airplane. Right there's like that aspect ratio between the. Pilot's seat back bulkhead in the front of the Horizontal Stab, you WanNa kind of that space efficiently as possible So between that and you know having a lot of. It was going to be fun for fun to say this is a really engineering response. Sorry about that. But that was where we came up with with Sabi unfortunately now, we're stuck with it so. So tell us a little bit that company. Yeah. So.
"seguin" Discussed on The Ray
"Podcasts. By Dallas Stars Star Tyler Seguin joining US dollar battling Saint Louis Blues Colorado top spot in the West. The deadline is looming. I mean do you guys as players talk about the trade deadline as it gets closer or you know you're not going to be impacted by yourself anyway so you just don't worry about how. How big of a deal is the trade deadline inside addressing room? I don't think it's that big of a deal I think it It varies year to year. But how much talk is going on. You know this year. I honestly didn't even know that it was coming up in a couple of days has been any talk of it really inside our locker room like I said it varies year to year. It's sometimes not awkward. But it's Kinda quiet just because everyone could lose a team in in in a brother day or days leading up to it so it's the business side of the sport that you You can't control and you just go out and be your business everyday work or you. Are you a guy that falls tight or not so much just kind of like some guys are right into everything they hear or or you want to? I definitely not everything I hear. But you know. I'll turn on CNN and stuff and sometimes watch just. Because I am a fan of the game I enjoy a defense of it have you. Can you remember a trade deadline worth something big happened and it just caught everybody by surprise? I I remember around one of those days. Wonder if you guys have had one. I don't know if there's one day I'd say just probably my first time through it When I was in Boston I think we traded Lake Wheeler we god Richard Parallelly There's someone else in the trade I I I'm going through it and then back insane in thinking to myself. Can I get treated right now? You know like how does this work you know just understanding the business side of it And realizing that it's not just a game you love to it as well. Now you guys have been on a pretty great run here. I think. Maybe everybody's forgot a little bit. You started off one seven and one and it was like the sky's falling and since then you guys have been one of the best teams in the League in. You've had a coaching change. And maybe if you can sum up the way the year's gone for you guys in with all the stuff that's happened in it just I guess a lot of diversity at times a lot of downs. You know it's Cliche to talk with hockey season. As as you know it's a roller coaster and there's going to be highs and lows but we've really gone through them knowing expected to start that we had and obviously there's a lot of questions going on you know after the first nine ten games but we figured it out we had done and he was pretty quickly and you know. Obviously the coaching change was was Was a little strange just because you know usually of course you change when your team's not doing well and you know we were sitting pretty. I think maybe on a winning streak when it all happened so that was Somebody never gone through before but I mean we got a resilient group. There's a lot of character and leadership in the locker room and we find ways win. You know there. There's something about pretty. They're not The Most Fun at times winning you know seventy six but there's three two or two one and you know winning hockey is the most fun at all. So how's your game in all of this like you're an electrifying player and you're on a team that checks the brains at other teams like I just like is it fun or challenging or like. It's gotta be hard to play sometimes when your instincts would be winning. Winning is fun in that kind of message that you know you you understand your obviously growing up and coming in and I tell you always WanNa win but you know understanding what it takes to you know not look at you know scoring every night as a successful game or you know getting four points and winning six drive. I mean you know the Dallas Stars. We've we've done that before. In the past we've tried outscore teams We see other teams or leagues. Trying to do it as well. It just. It just doesn't work anymore and we accepted that and I've accepted that and you know that's why I'm having so much fun with this style is just because we're we're winning so many hockey games and I find good personal careers inside there and in the summer early and not understanding why. We're not playoffs. But you know seeing the side of it makes you understand and and makes fun. You just went through a crazy long stretch without a goal and I was. I've watched your interviews and like you never never really seen too stressed. I mean you were stressed for. Everybody wants to score. But it's like it's just like you're kind of like yeah it's GonNa come it's GonNa come then all of a sudden you've got to one night one the next night and it seems like it it freed up again like were you do sweat. The long ones like the long stretches without I sure as hell did. I mean it's Definitely I for me going that long ten or eleven or but you're seventeen is a long time and I'd be lying if I didn't stay. You know at night when die shut. You're not thinking about that but I just looked at it as a personal challenge. You know a growth and in my career. I haven't gone gone through before and just trying to figure out. Okay how can I be successful? And how can I contribute without scoring goals nights tonight and I just kept telling myself you know when it started going into? That'll be great. But this is a great challenge for me to understand how to win games without the popcorn and that all the time and without having that personal success and just focusing on what the end goal is and that is a team. Success Tyler when you when you look at the bigger picture of the Western Conference You know I mentioned right off the top of the interview. You're you're in a battle with Colorado. You're in a battle with Saint Louis but I mean. I don't know that that the hockey community looks at the Dallas Stars. The right way I mean in my mind you guys should be considered among the top Stanley Cup contenders in the National Hockey League. Does it feel like that? If that's the case I I'm assuming you're okay with kind of flying under the radar and this league. If you're flying on the raiders sometimes It is a good thing. I think everyone knows every hockey player. Fan and media person knows when playoff start. It doesn't matter where you're seated. It's a whole new game. You know last year was so evident of that. So if we're under that's great but we also know and we can feel playing teams teams. Do it up for us. They they respect us. You know even at teams at the bottom of the League we get their eight game. So that's The respect that we felt this year. And that's enough if it's not on twitter every day when you look at the the everything that's going on around the Dallas Stars. I mean you've seen it all dating back to your days with with the Boston Bruins and you mentioned you know. The the coaching change earlier in the season did just take it in. Stride is ray mentioned. I mean you're not a guy that shows stress overall but during your time in Dallas there has been a number of stressful situations and this year is different. So did you just say hey look man? It's it's pro hockey. That's what it's all about. Part of my job is being a leader is is blocking all that stuff out and just making sure that. I do what I can do to make this team. Better hunter percent. I think if I was in my tenth year some of the noise over the last little while may have gotten to me but I just been through so much and seen so much at this point And just knowing you know the Boston days and what it took Successful team and everything team. You have to go through. Go through you know. Sometimes these big things versity things or coaching changes in the middle ear or tough starts. You know these are what. Make your strong when it comes. You know May and June. So you know you don't want the the noise constantly and you don't want the job all the time but sometimes it is hockey team because you look at you know a team like Saint Louis last year and all this stuff. They went through you know. They're starting their comeback and their coaches. And you know nothing phased by them today when it came down to it. You know if there's a goal they're down or a couple of goals or losing a couple of games in a row and in the playoffs didn't bother them so I'm aware team is and you know it's going to be a strength of our team here In next month's met you said ten years and it kind of made me sit up. I'm like damn ten years already like can you where to sail out when you look back like. That's a long time already and you got a long time to go. Still like has been what you thought it would be. Yeah I mean I like man. That's already you know. Sometimes I look at my Or You look at the game sheet Before a game book that that all the locker rooms and you go look at your own statistics and I see you know seven games. It's wild to me I mean I still feel at heart you know. I've always kind of bid the youngest kid on every team I growing up in the NHL and you know when someone coach now says veteran to me. It's still take the second thinking you know. I enjoyed being the younger guy teams. But you know it's a new chapter in my career here in ten years now and It's all about winning now. No kidding. Let's take it off the ice for just a moment tighter sagging joining us on the raindrops hockey podcast. Now I haven't listened to the radio show but you're still on the ticket right. It's it's our show. So do you keep it? It absolutely clean. I know you've had of teammates on the show all the time. What what do we expect if we're listening in on the tighter sagging radio show the ticket It's it's honest it's real it's You know maybe not the cliche hockey questions or hockey answers you know. They talk about their day stuff and fan questions and cooking or dogs or really anything. So they're they're pretty. Open guys talk to him then by the way and like. Ray and I work hard at preparing for this. Drags his full golf drakes. Drake's works just fall now. We always promise our guests. We're not GONNA dig into the dirt because nobody wants to go through that so it's more fun related. I'm told developing chef so soaking. What does that mean exactly? And what's what's the best thing that you would prepare. I think my go-to now's probably checking Parmesan something. I learned As of late for definitely the barbecue barbecue I just Kinda got into the summer this year and thought about cooking and said I was going to do it but I tend to be lazy and this summer. I just said you know what I'm GonNa Start Cooking and Just become became addicted to it. It's almost like I don't know I I won't watch TV up that they'll cook clean up and Just became something. I fell in love with so are you. Are you going to be a chef for a cook? Because I think there's two different things I don't know I I mean I'm not GonNa do anything in my future but Adopting and be able to say that. I'll I'll cook dress in my life I used to always love going to the dinners and then it turned into just includes and turn into cooking. So who knows what's next I was GONNA say it's not like tyler saying can just walk into like lob laws or what ever that or you know August seriously or do you have all this stuff like shipped to your house so that you don't have to go to the meat counter and all of those things and be draped by all your fans. I mean the only thing I do actually watch the type of meat so I just make sure usually always.
"seguin" Discussed on The Ray
"Draft picks and you can draft and hoard your prospects but eventually man if your team is like you have to dive in you have now. One of the things Tampa does have they do have cap problems going into this summer right and so there whether they want to or not. The fact of the matter is they're going to have to alleviate some of these cap problems. So maybe a forward Tyler Johnson or Alex Caloric who make in the four and five million dollar range get moved out now amp is not going to be able to bring people in so they're going to have to take draft picks and there will be people interested in these players are very good player shirt. Yeah so the prospects that they have moved out. In the Coleman deal be able to recoup some draft picks back and so that's that's part of a long range plan that we maybe don't think of and we say Tampa straighten their draft picks. But they're going to get some picks back yeah. I always had a laugh when Tampa drafted Nolan Foot. Because his brother cal the defensemen. He's a right handed shot so they had a right foot and so naturally they were going to draft a left foot. So that makes you chuckle. And the to- Ya Hoes right the two hours. This is one of Gourd Miller's weakest moments as a broadcaster and we were at the World Juniors and Sebastian. Aho The defenseman was playing for a plan for Finland and Sebastian. Aho that forward was playing for Sweden and I wanted him to say. There's a COUPLA hose battling for the puck in the corner and he would do it. I said it's factual it is the right there. I could see it and he wouldn't do it. I just I. I was disappointed. Coupla battling for the PUCK in the corner step shits we needed a stick shift citing to the best of all time radio before Gt is a Ford Gt yeah four GT. Yeah we'll speak English. Yeah it's a it's a car. Yeah layoff fancied race car type of thing right. Yeah Harari like the and I'll tell you who does not have any experience in them in that would be me. What was the name of the car that you and was Edina? Evison had together years ago. It was not afford. Gt It was AMC matador and its name was the bowl. The bowl the reason I ask about the Ford. Gt is because Tyler Sagan. Who's our guest? This Week on Episode Twenty Three Raindrops Hockey podcasts actually just purchased one. A. Ford Gt. So if for those listing the podcast if you probably know what it is but just Google and just grabbed the image of the Ford. Gt I mean. This thing is several hundred thousand dollars. Sounds like a car that you in Cami should. Oh Yeah Yeah. Because that'd be great because then we have the kids in the back with their soccer shoes. Yeah that would be awesome. Finding it's got the wing doors rate like the live. What was the car? Was it the DELOREAN? The delorean horse had the lack of the future. Yeah now I will. I'm curious. How fast could this thing go? What we're going to ask Tyler. I mean these are the things that people need to expect from. The rain rigs podcast right. Who gives a crap about how the seasons going for the Dallas Stars? We're GONNA so. What would we talk to when whenever we've talked to team USA Lanny what I'm most interested in is? How fast is? He's driven his latest car like he told the story of some of some racy was in It's a race through the desert and he was doing like three hundred kilometers an hour and a car which is one hundred eighty miles. An hour car went by him. He said like he was standing. Still now I might have the numbers a little wrong but that number sticks in my head. And how fast are you driving that you don't poop your pants right like that's crazy stuff to me? I just got rid of. It was a jeep s rt a Jeep Grand. Cherokee S RT This thing went over two hundred miles per hour. Let almost six over six hundred horsepower. I had it up to one hundred eighty miles per hour and that God home parked it. Inland what am I doing? We can seriously like. What am I doing and worse? I'm letting my teenage kids drive this rocket so anyway I got rid of it now. I'm in a big four by four truck in my comfort zone again right there be yourself. Drake's don't try to be somebody else. We've got Tyler Seguin coming up on the PODCAST and our interview. Tyler is presented by our pals at sure health dot CA. You can call them at one. Eight four four two three five. All right we're pleased to be joined on the rain. Drake's hockey.
"seguin" Discussed on The Ray
"Firm ud on partnership with tsn episode. Twenty of the raindrops hockey podcast. I'm Darren Gregor and I'm in a hotel room in Ottawa Ontario Canada. Ray Ferraro your in a hotel room in Toronto Ontario Canada. We're living the life here right. I mean this is this is the lengths that we go to to bring the people what they want what they need what they deserve in just podcast greatness week by week. Oh Yeah it's It's phenomenal. I don't know how Your Hotel Room it's mine is a meat. It's like think of when Rocky Balboa was punching the flanks of beef Mike. Okay I don't know what is going on in my room here but the heater doesn't work or something. It's just like soul cold in here but I'm going I'm going to grind it out. It's that time of year. Drags you gotTa get it done? Z? You'RE NOT. It's not even like you're being punked by a former teammate. Who came in and readjusted the thermostat right so no just. No that was that was well thought out. Well planned by those Gla- by Chris Tamer. Jeff odd jobs and Sean. That was well but they made my room like an oven. This just freezing. Well I'll tell you this You know often almost on a weekly basis. Tiny the rain drags mascot will bark in the background and Our guests who by the way? We've got Tyler Seguin joining us later in the podcast of the Dallas Stars. Who's also a dog lover? So we'll talk about that But tiny will often bark. Create some sort of mayhem Don't be offended alarmed or annoyed. Please Ray at when you hear the vacuum cleaner banging against my door because I can hear the made on the outside. I've put do not disturb. That doesn't matter that doesn't matter if there is aggressive vacuuming. Yeah you can. This used to be a beef when when I was playing so like you take your nap. Hang the do not disturb all right. Well they're doing their job. They're not really concerned about if you're taking a NAP or not. It's the middle of the afternoon. Stop it and that is exactly what you you get the knock on the door but has happened a year. Maybe you got a dirty hall. I literally was just out there. Ten minutes talking with his lovely person saying please. Can You keep it as quiet as possible outside my door now? I was trying to explain the podcast. Apparently she's not a podcast fan. No she didn't care. She does not care what you're doing. She just wanted to make sure my towels refresh in the garbage. Was Was taken out. Okay what do you do when you come into the room though I hang out the do not disturb green choice thing? Yeah if I'm in the room for a week. Nobody enters the room but me right. I don't need someone. I'm the only person in the bed. I use one towel how I assume you use soap when you're in the shower once a week because I don't WanNa waste. Well there you go you come out your clean your towels clean. Hang it up. Dry it off. Use the same towel. Like what do you need more towels for? What come on man. You cannot use the same towel like shower. You Wash your face. You do a number of things over the course of date I I so i. I'll use one towel for a date but I've been in Ottawa since Monday night and I've probably gone through four towels in that time that grosses me out why I have a hand towel that you know when you wash your face wildly wants to know who you do. Your hand tells right Drake's I'm not I'm not eighteen. Would you grow up just a moment towels? You're wasteful man. Seriously I what is wrong with you. Hang it up. It's dry it's clean use it again. I know see I do embrace the idea the green choice when you check in particular but you gotta use it if I just thought how. What the Hell's the difference fair enough? You know the challenge of recording the podcast aside from both of us being in hotel rooms is significant with a trade deadline looming right. I'm GonNa tell quick story so I as I said. I arrived in Ottawa on Monday. Night so I go to the morning Skate Buffalo and Ottawa Tuesday morning and in one of the first players that I run into in entrenches. The bowels of the Canadian Tire Centers Mark Bore Viet Ski of the sands. He limps over. He's got the Bat Ankle and he looks at me and he goes man he goes. You're like the angel of Death. Like what are you doing here? But it's it's one hundred percent because again trade deadline is looming and all of these players. I he's not GONNA get traded. He's hurt number one and Ottawa's GonNa WanNa keep him you know there's talk of a two year extension there but honestly you know you're in the urine arenas three four times a week so it's not unusual to see Ray Ferraro Around the the dressing rooms when you attend mornings gates But in my case you know. They're looking at Megan. What is he doing here? There must be a trade developing or something along those lines. Well the thing is like everybody's so on edge and you know how none of the players follow social media. They all do they all do especially at this time of Year Right. Because everybody's looking for a scoop in you know any. I mean it's your life right so I ended up. You know remembering back to when I was playing in you. Call your agent have you. Have you heard anything because you couldn't ask them? We didn't have. There was no texting so he'd call. Have you heard anything? You'd go? Nope even if he had heard anything he was going to say. No it's because he's not GonNa send you into a panic for something that may or may not happen and then some guy would say. Hey I heard your name pop a discussion. Because his agent might have called him something. It's like it's like the game of telephone where you whisper into somebody's ear and then by goes ten people around. It's some completely different. It's everybody's following because it's it's really such a an unsettling time so I need some advice here so just before we started recording episode twenty A player agent did call me asked about his client and I flat out said No. This is the supplier that certainly on the block and likely could be traded. It's Game Day for this player and the agents will do you think I should tell them. I'm a no now I mean I know would you? You wouldn't have wanted to know that on a Game Day would you that? Potentially you're being graded no. I don't I didn't want I wouldn't want to know that. Like how and and like I said before the problem becomes. It might not happen so talented. The only thing you're thinking about is not the guy across from you you're thinking about. What am I doing here if I get traded? I've got a I wonder where it is. I wonder where I gotTA leave. I wonder like you're not even there and so no absolutely not so. I think we need to Explain something to our listeners. Here rate I sound crystal clear pristine in fact with my fancy road travel. Mike which I remember to bring with me as I always do And you on the other hand sound like you're talking through like a headset with through your ear buds. That's what I'm doing now. It's really funny that you would bring it up because like like you. Hey that's what you sound like. We're on a video hookup. You Idiot I mean we can see each other you know. I've got my headset in. Because my road mike which is exceptional is at home on my desk because I forgot it. Okay so so. You've acknowledged that we're on a video hookup correct. Okay just did I just hold on for a second my goodness you gotTa get in the Gym Man? So could again. I know canton that okay. Can we do the rest of the podcast when the just in a T. shirt? I'm wearing boxers but I don't have found some are you with this. Are you okay with that? I'm I'm totally totally fine. Within as long as you're comfortable and get yourself into the gym I definitely do after you get back into the gym no house. You can't go there and sit there. You gotta get on a machine you got to be. It's one of the reasons why I love traveling with you especially when we're at the world championships for an extended period of time because you shame me into exercise but I need it. It's it's it's not a big deal. You're a good guy it's all about. It's all about keeping yourself moving. You can't just sit there on your phone now. Delivering as Mark Bore. Viet ski says Angel of Darkness News to the players. Speaking of again let's promote our trade deadline post podcast. I mean we're going to be exhausted right at the conclusion of Monday's trade deadline. We're on the air for an additional three hours. Three o'clock eastern is the deadline. Where on the air till six we're GONNA race over into a studio at tsn right and we're GONNA do thirty. Maybe forty minutes of opinion and analysis of everything that went down on Monday as part of the trade deadline. Best part about the trade deadline is when it's over. That's what you have. The teams can't change anymore. You've this is your group that you're gonNA either make it to the playoffs with compete for the Stanley Cup. With or not and I I really kind of like that. This is a great a opportunity for sponsorship If you WANNA jump on board with the trade deadline post podcast you can do that. If you are interested in partnering with US HERE ON THE RAIN. Drake's hockey podcast. You can visit rate and dregs dot com and hit the sponsorship form. That's attached on the website. Let's take a look the five biggest hockey items this week. Ray and We know we're recording this. You're in Toronto for the leafs and the Pittsburgh Penguins So who knows how that game will go when people are listening to this? Love a pretty good handle on it by Jeff O'Neill the Oh dog Carlo Colaco on tsn. Ten fifty radio absolutely nailed the Toronto. Maple leafs This Week. And and truthfully because of the passion they seem to be the faces and the voices of a very angry maple leafs nation. They've got all world skill. Why why is this team struggling? So mightily ably. Well the the thing that everybody keeps coming back to and it's funny the players are talking about it. Mike Babcock was talking about it. At the start of the year Sheldon Keefe is referred to it for at various times in his tenure is that they're they lack urgency. They lacked commitment. They lack detail orientation to their play. It's the same thing over and over again so the game tonight. Which of course. By the time everybody's listening will will know what's happened But the game tonight really isn't about XS and Os and whether Dennis Malkin the new. The newest leaf is GONNA fit in on a third line or fourth line. Or whether they're gonNA change their four check. None of that matters tonight. Really what matters is do they have will.
Houston: Mother, son found dead in Sugar Land home, father dead from apparent suicide in Seguin
"A gruesome discovery in sugar sugar land land were were a a woman woman and and a a young young child child found found dead dead police police chief chief Eric Eric robin robin says says that that they they had had gone gone to to that that home home after after receiving receiving word word of of a a relative relative suicide suicide and and Guadalupe Guadalupe county county about a hundred fifty miles away they found a deceased male in Guadalupe county and contacted us as they realize that this residence is where that male live so we want to go and make contact with the family police are not dead saying whether the relation it whether there was a relationship or not of the deaths in the suicide
Bitcoin and Bitmain: What You Need to Know
"If you guys aren't familiar with Pitman Pitman is an extremely extremely large company. That's produces that pretty much had a monopoly on still do to it to a degree developing as minors so vitmain had created and patented D- a hardware process known as a sick boost and that increase the efficiency of bitcoin miners by twenty percent that means that minors owned by Vitmain Maine held a twenty percent advantage over other miners which many felt was unfair because it was a patented process now as a boost was rendered third pretty much useless with the introduction of bip one forty one which was <hes> which was the introduction of Segregated Witness Aka segue but that didn't happen happen until August first two thousand seventeen all right. That's not until <hes> bit one forty one was implemented and push live on August first two thousand nineteen or two thousand in seventeen. Excuse me now <hes> so prior to that there was a huge problem in the community about the block size debate about a sick boost and really had nothing to do with blocksize it never did it was all about mining profits. It was all about Batman. It was all about a boost so <hes> this whole debate played out as I just said about blocksize oxide but it really was about mining profits so at the time bit main and associates control about thirty percent of the hashing power and Seguin activation so so forbid one forty one to be pushed live needed a ninety five percent vote from the minors and with Bettman and associates staunchly opposed. There didn't seem to be a way to get it to move forward. We didn't see <hes> we didn't see how we were going to get segregated witness. In which was largely agreed upon was the move forward <hes> because <hes> the one forty one would allow what introduced segue and what allowed all of this would have disabled basically rendered a boost useless <hes> also introduced phase two applications or layer two applications which allows for things like lightning network in it also increased security and helped improve transaction malleability so so a bitcoin unlimited had existed inside the bitcoin community and it was a huge part of this as well <hes> bitcoin unlimited was developed I- bitcoin unlimited was bitcoin cash before bitcoin cash was bitcoin cash. <hes> bitcoin unlimited was running the bitcoin core protocol. It was bitcoin but they had their own clients. So if you guys know like a client is when you're running bitcoin core that's a client that's a wallet while it can be generated from a client or independently <hes> but there's always a client. which is you know how how how <hes> information to nodes are broadcasted cast how information from noses received et Cetera et Cetera? <hes> governs guard governs consensus in all things of this nature <hes> signing of transactions transactions <hes> so <hes> you know bitcoin unlimited had existed for a while on their own now bitcoin unlimited was always pushing for bigger blocks <hes> they were they threatened fifty one percent tax on the bitcoin network <hes> and <hes> and heart forks they wanted to move bitcoin down a different path than a majority the bitcoin developers so as I said this was bitcoin cash before bitcoin cash was bitcoin cash so segment was already accepted the idea of segue and and and the way the blocksize was was already and layer two applications was already accepted by many in the community early two thousand seventeen <hes> and it was an upgrade so so so it was an upgrade to the bitcoin protocol I A- voluntary soft for to increase the blocksize yes increased the blocksize <hes> fix transaction malleability and as I said allow layer the two applications like the lightning at work so we were at the stalemate with bitcoin unlimited you know pushing and pushing and pushing for bigger blocks and threatening chain you know a chain split and with <hes> you know with with vitmain using a boost and having that having that be a big problem so you know a lot of people thought we are at stalemate. We didn't see how we were going to get out of the situation situation and a lot of people thought that God forbid it might even bring the network down this was a huge problem huge ideological divide for those of you who are not in the Bitcoin community who do not keep up with in the depths talk about with the with what miners talk about for those of you guys who just exist on exchanges and look at price. You guys have no idea like what a big deal. This was like this <hes> ah this was huge this was huge absolutely huge and had the potential to to to fundamentally caused a huge good or negative to bitcoin on the protocol level so <hes> in a pretty brilliant stroke <hes> Shaolin Frye who is a bitcoin developer. He introduced bit one forty eight. Uh onto the get hub march two thousand seventeen now what one forty eight proposed or implemented is that it would cause nodes to reject blocks mind by minors if that minor was not signaling for Segue was not signaling that they were gonNA mind segue blocks so after August I if bit one forty eight was pushed then those refusing coming to mind segue blocks would be wasting electricity and would be out competed by those that would it was basically a ticking time bomb on and this is this is when the <hes> this is when the New York agreement it happened <hes> this was a closed-door meeting to those who are basically bitcoin unlimited sympathetic to figure out how to resolve the one forty eight power play so this is where B. Two laxer s two x concept was birth where it was agreed essentially that segue would that they would agree to implement segue only if they agreed that they would double the block size to two megabytes within six months or else they were gonna hard work right so again always with the threats <hes> so this was a counter powerplay to to bet one forty eight power play now there were a few problems with us namely that the code to do this to do the two megabyte upgrade the do the two megabit upgrade was not written and had six months to be I developed created tested and implemented conversely the original segment proposal one bit one forty one have been developed for about two years and had been rigorously Orissa stress tested this is things move slowly and bitcoin because they're good they have to be stress tested so <hes> bit main published. A blog article titled U. A. H. H F a contingency plan against AF bip one forty eight on June twenty-fourth on June fourteenth. Excuse me two thousand seventeen <hes> this hard fork plan that they actually talked about did eventually actually happen and that was that eventually became bitcoin cash but basically that blog that manifesto states that if one forty one if one forty eight was activated to protect minors who chose to mine nonstick with blocks on that they would just fork and make their own make their unchain which they did do and it was bitcoin cash so I wanNA give a big shout out to James Hilliard who is an unsung hero of two thousand seventeen. He wrote the code to make both the s two x proposal and bit one forty eight compatible via bit ninety one one so as we know the way that this played out is the one forty one was successfully implemented which was the original segue proposal the original intent of bit one one forty eight was actually not for it to be activated <hes> but it was it was meant as a power play to coerce miners who were who were colluding with Vitmain who are who are profiting from A._C.. Boost our those affiliated with them to signal support for bip one forty one which was segue on there was a power it was a power play a beautiful stroke actually to evoke change change in a productive manner and move the Bitcoin Ford from this gridlock and it worked and here we are two years later August first the second birthday of at one forty one and unfortunately the legacy of Bitcoin cash so happy day to all of my bitcoin is out there we did it. We won and technology prevailed and Bitcoin is stronger than ever and and what this really means so if that story didn't really mean anything
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"seguin" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"Yeah they they've condone very significantly um it's actually not directly because of m set quit to like only seven percent which i think is significant cuts growing every day seven percent of bitcoin transaction transactions ours seguin transactions now um so um but the reason why they've come down i think is because uh the actors who really wanted to promote their hard forks solution they they would benefit by having a lot of transactions on on the on the block chain and they would benefit by having high transaction fees because it would you know a strengthened their narrative that if things are very urgent but now that segue has been merged even though in practice right now it doesn't make that much difference because in reality the network is not really congested the fees have come down a lot um at i've just seen recently ages today a message of somebody who paid eight cents for a bitcoin transaction whereas before we were talking about one to two dollars just a few months ago and what was it before august one or two dollars yes something like that yeah at charlie no do you agree with uh tour's a synopsis of this yeah the transaction costs has definitely come down seguin has um is being used and one of the reasons why the transaction causes come down is because um there has been less than transactions recently so we don't know who is doing this but previously there were people were spending stemming the block chain with lots of transactions um basically.
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"Dot free talk live dot com to learn more and learn how to donate are excellent let's get back to jack he's on the line in utah jackie back on free tug lebanon you telling us you're watching a video of a guy who claimed at at least like a year ago to be toshinaga modo there's been some questions is whether or not those claims were valid but regardless he was speaking at a recent convention of bitcoin or cryptocurrency convention called the future of bitcoin or something like that in uh you would just wanted to tell us a little bit more so please do okay so heart of the better what bitcoin than what they would turn that into seguin aggregated witness which is a proposal to supposedly help bitcoin's scale more effectively gene may well be hold her some drug who would ever one bitcoin with ever about and they use aggravated dr ward never made any then to me this idea the user activated soft pork is a has a deadline of august i wear some people are going to in protest basically try to swing the bitcoin future in their direction they're going to activate this soft fork where they will refuse certain blocks on the block chain that are coming through they'll refuse the ones that don't meet their specifications to have the segregated witness thing going honor their version of it or whatever and the hope the the user activated szott ford people have is that they will get miners to back their plan because what happens is the miners don't get behind it a really isn't isn't gonna go anywhere meaningful fright so they're hoping to have miners back their plan in that that may result in bitcoin splitting in two more than one bitcoin different types of bitcoin if you will as a result of that that could be a.