20 Burst results for "Sinjin"

"sinjin" Discussed on Bad Friends

Bad Friends

03:52 min | 4 months ago

"sinjin" Discussed on Bad Friends

"Dot com slash bad friends. You baby van before. There was a long line in the bathroom at the airport. This image was sinjin. My brain was so hard to not start laughing. There's a long line and everyone's doing this thing when there's a line of men's bathroom there like did you check that stall because people have the piece. Oh bad because the stores are closed. So i'm not kidding. I'm not i'm not fucking kidding. I'm second to go and the guy in front of me is like really antsy. And he goes and he's checking all the stall doors. They're all read the green direct right rant there already a- well one of the locks wasn't locked all the way. Aw dude i'm not kidding. He opens it wide up and the dude on the pooper goes down to grab his penis and he just goes like this. I'm in here. I swear to god. I'm in here. And the guy goes. Oh and he closes the door and good. He say he didn't have to see anything we see we see. I know what you say. I opened the door. You're pooping there's like seventeen dude staring at you. Now what do you say. I honestly okay. So i'm pooping your pooping. I swing open the door. that's it. Yeah what if. I then you know and then i walk in and just start paying between your legs. You gave me the nod. No that'd be weird i pay. I'm going to piss on your chest cascade right down. We'll get it okay. That would never happen if if it did happen. After that every time that happened. I would say hey. I'm in here. Hey i'm at this. Point is never happened never happened but what would you say for girl opened the door. And you're in there if a woman opened the door and the stall. And you're in the style what do you say. I didn't say anything. Just stare right at him. I just door back no you can't. It's too far away from you. it's you're not. It's not that close. He was in an airport. Pitch push back. I just stare stare at him. Okay okay how about this. How weird. I was in germany Maybe an shies many years ago. Yeah i was doing a commercial. They're which one is an ibm commercial that they flew me all over the place. The one with What's the space right out your picker. Yeah so. I was in germany and a steam room and i was the only one in there so i there's a two levels and the careers about where i'm at where i go right now. I always go to the last level. Because there's never never in there and i'll just stand there. You stand on top level in the steam room and stand there like this. Why do you do that. Wisely choose super hot. Yeah all the seemed to be in every orifice in my body. Yeah so standard like this right and then three in germany. I did this. Three hundred chicks completed. It's mixed no it's mixed. Were dig in the same room where they cool with it. No what the fuck is little. Asian guy must us thought was gargoyles a of the ambiance. Jose included a cock orleans side. I don't know if it's true now but back in the day when it was mixed you'd have old ladies and everyone would be naked. It wasn't a problem kind of harmonious and it's back. Have you ever been to a beach. Yeah once you go to a nude beach one. Once you kind of understand who goes to nude beaches. He never never good looking. It's never the ones you want. But it is always old. Dude with long penises. They're always long. They may not be thick and grey. Long and grey. Pena song greg because i got to put zinc on it so it doesn't sunburn beatles on the long and winding road of cereal sunscreen on your penis yeah. Did you ever go nude beat. No why not self conscious. You don't have to get naked at the beach. You know that. I went in and you don't have to be negative. Then i can go. Br i'd say you want to see people naked at the beach. She's getting curious. Like when i go.

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"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

05:32 min | 9 months ago

"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"Wealth generated in this whole market of what we call e commerce could be split between the two right and jeff. Naturally how do i say. A limited in his Scope or his wealth not because we taxed more not because the government stepped in because there was a legitimate competition. But that's the problem once you have a centralized network in our modern digital economy which is based off other layered on other networks. You can't get rid of them. But then they become their own worst enemy as well and so my thesis actually written a manifesto Which i haven't published yet and it's just publishing for free obviously just because it's is the manifesto for ibm are deals with this whole issue. Is that you know. Why should people care about inequality in my reasoning is technology. And if you want to progress you need to care about Inequality because technology is is the main driver of this exponential wealth which is creating this this divide even quicker than it has ever been even more so than globalization and if you want technology to see you gotta care about equality because we gotta get there altogether or we're not going to get there at all right so absolutely. Well that's a perfect segue then into We've been kind of really high level here Conceptual issues of centralization and incentivizing certain behaviors in creating more access and a addressing inequality us. I want the viewers to be able to know more about what you're doing with Ibm are and reserve. Currency is in you know for all the students tuning in maybe really quickly Explain what a reserve currency is and how you're approaching the problem. Okay so really quickly Ibm are is international. Blockchain reserve as i told you i was sitting at my table for two weeks trying to figure out what's the biggest thing i thought of. I thought as you pick the most pompous name. I can think of and so just to kind of pay. The scope added. So you know. I thought i m s international monetary fund. You know in their top down and we'd be like bottom up. International blockchain monetary reserve and. Why pick reserve as well as as going into reserve currencies that the biggest thing is for mainstream adoption. Is that people. Couldn't they need to feel like there's some kind of astle their right to tie it in. I mean bitcoin is bitcoin. Nothing is going to replace bitcoin. Because because real value is decentralized networks That create security for bitcoin right. And i think there can only be one bitcoin. I'm sorry to like bitcoin. Cash coin as be in the coin gold diamond on that. But for me..

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"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

02:15 min | 9 months ago

"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"But what they don't have is a safe public transportation system but they don't have is Roads where it's not traffic logged from. You know eight o'clock in the morning to eight. Pm at night So i'll give you an example. Is that in two thousand and five korea's e commerce Revenue Exceeded traditional retail revenue in two thousand five. Yeah so the reason for that is because you know in korea we have broadband like everywhere and you know technology and stuff like that is awesome but for logistics careers like the size of like like rhode island south korea's like it's it's tiny right and how people would deliver one day packages that they would get like the auto by we say like a part timers high school part timers and they would go and they would pick up like a literally a huge box like this of ten items and then we go on the subway station in seoul right and then they would literally go on office of waste system and they deliver the packages right because korea is small but super organized and stuff like that right but the funny thing is like i remember when i was university student and also taking the subway and stuff like that i would see. These kids passed out in the subway with a box of electronic goods just sitting at their feet and no one would steal it. You know 'cause it's safe. You know. But like if you're in the philippines or indonesia and you're delivering a cell phone. Which is you know three times your salary right like are you gonna take it or take it number. One number two is that you know how much packages can you put on a motorcycle. Because if you're using a truck you're going to be stuck in traffic for three hours to go five miles because that's the way the infrastructure is and so you know you look at You take it for granted but having roads having saved public transportation having safety in other example is Again philippines where an atm machine has to be inside a store. Because if it's not some guy is going to basically pick it up and and take it. You know if you have an atm in the store. You're also getting new security guard with a shotgun.

"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

02:42 min | 9 months ago

"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"He are Harping so much on this idea of participation. because i mean we've been used that word talking about the aim of this reimagine twenty twenty virtual conference series mom the university program that we run as a vehicle to source projects for our investment arm about felt blockchain accelerator Bringing this education to people so that they can be participants in the system and not just not just behold into the two systems right Really about empowering people to to participate and not just have things happen to you right because at some point there are going to be a lot of blockchain solutions that are running in the background and people might not even know that they're using blockchain but while this technology is revolutionizing things You can have say ray. In in what products get bill. And and how they're using. What makes me really excited about. Working with students is that. I think that that younger generation is getting disillusioned by A lot like most young people. Don't use facebook ray on the the engineers who are being trained in a university now who may be a couple years before would have been dreaming to work at google. Now kind of sees them as the enemy. We want to inspire people to choose to join industries that Respect privacy that are you know. Have these values of censorship resistance. And i think that from what i'm seeing at least younger people and students and engineers now you know they want to work for companies that that have different ethics. And i think this comes down to You know what i believe about singularity and you know i think singularity is absolutely coming and but you know we have to recognize a singularity is coming. Not because we're geniuses is because the the world has gotten these innovations where were so network and we're like kind of a network upon a network upon a network Give you really good. Example is that in southeast asia e commerce has the surprising if they have like the mobile telecommunication network to do e commerce so they have broadband answers their mobile access you know. They have a lot of sufficient programmers and developers and so and so far have data centers right but what they don't have is a safe public transportation system but they don't have is Roads where it's not traffic logged from..

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"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

03:35 min | 9 months ago

"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"And it's awesome. You know just to coat and it's there and there's no like the point cost at all right virtually nothing like maybe if you wanna have a eurorail in your own website okay right but you know but even doing something like if you're gonna launch any kind of software even wool like on iphone or are Android like six years ago right you. You didn't have your own server costs you'd have all this but like if you're gonna launch smart contracts nothing right so it's it's just i think it's a super amazing time And i'm hopeful that you know all this kind of Temptation to kind of just commercialize. Everything that. We kinda get past this. I think a lot of times. Is you look at like what you could do to centralize networks on but everyone just says token is this. Token is that and it's always commercial based token is real estate. Create liquidity for this recruit liquidated back. And they're always talking about tokens in terms of accessibility. But they're not talking about is is in terms of creating a network and i think this is where the intellectual fall off happens where you have people who are trying to commercialize blockchain technology. But they don't understand that it has to be a network whereas those people who are doing a lot of innovation in blockchain technology. They don't realize it has to be a network either because they're so young that everything they're doing isn't a network right sir. Give it a gap between the old commercialization whatever voters who see the blockchain as something that they can really commercialized you with and them not understanding that needs to be in a network. It needs to re participatory in needs to share revenue. It needs to be a fair launch. It can't just be something you're kinda grabbing onto utilizing the way that they're used to utilising because they're trying to wield the power as if it's still a centralized thing where they make a decision and they made a profit and this is what i'm saying going back to that uber thing. Is that if you have something where it was decentralized network For something like a ride sharing you would survive even pandemic because they would still be equity in the network itself shared right so you could say. Hey look i might not being a job right now. But i have equity in this company. And it's gonna come back and it has started to come back and this can be used to lock it in For credit for us dollars or whatever that you're decentralize Crite crowd share ride sharing or whatever right and it can all be done without having to go the bank at all right. So i think really exciting times and i think as we move past as you said about your own company how you were looking to support real projects during the icu. As we're kind of finally moving into that period. I think especially with all the institutional interest with bitcoin I hope we really yeah. Like don't like put down the free spirit of Crypto innovation but also you know Try to get into more new applications. That are really including people you talk about like even Mainstream participation And i think it needs to be mainstream participation. Not mass market penetration you know. Mass market penetration being a product. You'd like get people to sign up so they think all like paypal like oh people like doing crypto. That's great but that's like really mainstream penetration. That's not really bass market participation. Especially if they don't have their own privacy. So ray will. I love that..

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"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

04:32 min | 9 months ago

"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"And i think that's really important because you know if would align tech guys think is that you know. I'm jeff bezos. I'm mark zuckerberg. And i'm an entrepreneur. I deserve all these gains right. But you know mark zuckerberg and amazon de couldn't have done these without the underlying Technologies that were their infrastructure. Right whether it was the broadband back in nineteen ninety nine. That was there a whether it's logistics whether it's smartphones which allow even more effective right and so like the gains they were getting exponentially now and technology isn't only due to entrepreneurship. I'm not gonna take away from entrepreneurship. Absolutely people need to be incentivized for entrepreneurship. But at certain point you know when you're making billions of dollars a year on basically very little cost and you control that infrastructure. I mean based on other infrastructure. That's been there before you i mean. You're basically hoarding all this wealth. And for me when you get down to talking 'bout wealth in a decentralized network. It's your hoarding incentives. Right and then you get to pick and choose where these incentives go right because with wealth you have the power to choose to do what you wanna do or be motivated to what you wanna do. And if we boil it down. Wealth is essentially incentives. And you're you're basically just concentrating all this into one person to decide. That's ashley stifling. A lot of potential technology and innovation for the future when you have the visas or these big corporations they decide. And i'll give you really good. Example of this is south korea south korea. We have this thing called borders. And they are basically a huge family multinationals. So you were in korea and i'm sure you saw how many samsung signs there all right. Oh absolutely so. My uncle was actually vice president for. Lg electric's i know this very well. I was basically raised with that kind of environment. Where you know your corporate family and you know you do rice cookers you. Do you know even samsung has. Its own car. Branding korea right point right. I mean like you know you could get a day like You know like hair dr laura. I mean they literally can produce everything but because they have such a law on korean society. There's probably only about. I would say twelve major..

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"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"They're able to optimally price where they can keep the drivers enough to keep the network that critical mass but not pay them enough that that they have you know in a way to kind of make a sustainable amount of living right it becomes a burden right and then when that networks in place other networks can't be in place i mean lift is an actually a billion dollar company as well but compared to uber there are small billion dollar company. He gives these kind of like where facebook is there so like you want to cancel facebook where you really can't. There's no other facebook equivalent to kind of go to and that's the power of a centralized network. But here's the thing decentralized network and it's something that it's still not really flushed out yet and this is something that i work on every day but a decentralized network would be this. You have a network like uber. But if it's decentralized meaning that it's not a centralized authority then basically in a decentralized network every time there's a new driver that interest into the Network the network value increases. But so does the value of driver increase so imagine in a decentralized Uber model that every single driver not only received revenue but they had an equity share in the company so it doesn't matter even if there's new drivers coming on their equity would increase as well but to take it one step further their equity would be no change or increase on of dynamic level Just because i if they're contributing or how people are contributing or how. Many people are not contributing. You know you'd have this kind of dynamic kind of flow right And that you know every single note would also be increasing in value rather than just a single centralized new. it'd be increasing value. So you know there's that George glider book After google have you read that. I have but i. I think you've mentioned two books. Now that i think we should recommend to all the students out there What was the last one again after google by george paul george glider is one of the preeminent Like tech visionaries amazing. He's in his ninety of something. Now is like really super bowl and he wrote this book like maybe a four four years ago and basically he he describes and he he basically predicted the internet. Like this guy like a lot of these technologies like two decades before like this is probably going to happen so this and he he talks about How google and how these tech companies have created their own kind of technocratic kind of world..

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"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

04:28 min | 9 months ago

"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"I thought about like what am i doing. Another like gaming thing you know like sometimes gain gaming. Pd peace and you know at that. Time in two thousand seventeen in may. It was still kind of like early days. Excuse me for the. I really hadn't hit that boom yet but it was really getting so much momentum and people were making money left and right with these white papers and like a page white papers on a website and a countdown timer. And they're like making whatever twenty thirty forty million in terms of raising. But i thought to myself. Hey you know what like this is such an amazing you know innovation that could i just not like what could i really pick. That could really match that. And then i thought to myself. Well what if we did like some kind of reserve currency because the thing that has always bothered me. The most is that when i was living in southeast asia. You know i've been living in macau you know five star casino sweet for like three years and had all these luxuries and then i decided to go into emerging markets because i had worked for this one family office and then we had done this fintech payment system which supposed to like you know On bank on. I'm sorry you know bank. The unthinkable and do this financial inclusion and i realized it wasn't helpful all because a lot of these countries had so much corruption that you know People simply couldn't earn a living because you know we talked to the united states during the pandemic. We talk about systemic racism. And that's the kind of language that's kind of always been there. But it hasn't been at the forefront of conversation but in southeast asia you don't need a pandemic to see how bad stomach no corruption is. It's just all around you to the point where everyone just kinda accepts it and myself being trained as a strategist. I just couldn't find a solution all that time. I was working there. I mean my professional background was that i actually worked for clean government as a technology negotiator analyst and i worked for pricewaterhousecoopers as a negotiator and Strategist aren't for basically mergers and acquisitions as well as not on the regulatory side. And i think i'm pretty good at my job. I think i can take really complex organizations and find a framework. Make them work together. Look at the long-term kind of outlook and impossibilities. But i couldn't for the life of me look at in say like there was anything that could actually solve this problem. Because you know you go to these countries where even though they're marci's the people are incentivized with very short term incentives per election and there's a lot of corruption Regarding that and people cannot can generate their own power base or they don't have infrastructure basic roads in water and so they're always trying to survive. How do you solve something like that. And after a couple of weeks..

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"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

03:41 min | 9 months ago

"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"Like thirty six billion so that company had bought me out at that time and so i was Left with nothing to do happily for the first time in my life and a friend of mine had asked me For some advice and he said that a hong kong bank investment bank to open up a crypto desk. And i said what are you talking about. And my friend had asked me that. For advice on what he should do sheet for his investment desk as a woah. Wait was why would a mid sized investment bank Be doing that. And then he went to tell me about a theory of what had gone on developments and no previous to Fintech so i had a fintech company in the philippines I was in a online casino gambling and poker. So there's a company called pokerstars. And i was the regional director for asia actually legalize poker in macau And introduced a game of poker actually to most of asia in multiple markets And so i was aware about right in thousand. Eleven ish Because you know in the in the gaming world payment processing and moving of funds and stuff like that is very important very central for the for the market. But i wasn't aware of what had happened with eerie. And then after he had explained to me what was going on with smart contracts and ethereal and stuff like that I went to meet a few other people. And they explained to me that you know if you read sushi's white paper and you look at it from purely economic point of view you think to yourself on a very practical point of view as well. Is that You know it has value because it's like this kind of decentralized system and insecure that way but does it really have any real you and for most people who have that kind of like intellectual leap it. It doesn't because they're like well. What is it kind of based on. And you don't really understand the value into you kind of jumped down the rabbit hole and you realize hey. What really is decentralization. Right and once you kind of understand that not from a centralized point of view but purely on its own Then you're like. Oh my god like this is the most amazing thing ever like to not have intimate No middlemen to have a shared infrastructure. Where you can build things off of and in how he is the value there. And then i thought to myself. Wow this is probably the biggest Technological advancements is the internet. And you know. I was a grad student when the internet was in full throttle right. I was a undergraduate. When i got my first You know email on the pine system and we're still using the unix chat unix systems to key board. You reinforced everybody. Yeah so. I'm pretty like i went through that but you know i'm like three years younger than you know. The google founders and stuff like that. But it's kind of like. I was really there but i couldn't really touch excel still student. I've been part of like the the online gaming boom and stuff like that. And when i saw this i realized this is like the kind of culmination of all those technologies layered upon it. And then i thought to myself you know what i really don't want to get into something new but this is so amazing And then i spent about two weeks thinking about what would be the most amazing thing. You could do Working in decentralized in the decentralized field that crypto currencies. And i thought First thing..

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"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

02:36 min | 9 months ago

"sinjin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"But the problem with a centralized system is that you know even though the the network is expanding as soon as he gets kind of a critical mass of coverage. If you have more people on the network as terms of cars for uber then it's actually a lot better for the user instead of waiting for now waiting one minute or even thirty minutes but the drivers themselves get less and less and less value. Bitcoin radio is powered by most belt. Blockchain accelerator and multi and we are continuing to reimagine twenty twenty. The following interview was broadcast in october of twenty twenty as part of our version four point oh conference alot everyone and welcome back to another version of our reimagined. Twenty twenty virtual conference series. This is version four. And this time we're bringing you a special spectacular for halloween tales from the crypto. And today i'm here with singer david. Managing director at the international blockchain reserve He's working on the asia reserve currency coin Sinjin thank you for being here. Are you doing today. Thank you for having me ashleigh. And thank you to everyone. Who's tuning in. I'm your co host. Ashley merited Head of education at mouth blockchain accelerator and we have a university program so consequently a lot of the people tuning in right now. Our students from all over the world. Insulin we bring interviewers on interviews on. We want to ask them. You know speaking of students out there Tell us about your journey. how did you get interested in blockchain at i. I know that you are a lifelong student passionate about learning Have studied a lot of different things. what was your journey from a pursuing what you were interested in and now bringing that into the blockchain states i think it's twofold I'm a little older than i look. I'm a forty five at the moment. And so when i go into blockchain was a two thousand seventeen may And i had actually sold my national fintech company that had in the philippines to Alibaba and financial and another company called. Cpi group thailand They're like the biggest conglomerate in thailand Thirty percent bigger than samsung out. Here in the west. If i say some of the names of the asian companies I've worked with People don't really understand how big they are but there are two very big companies and you know and financials going for pretty. Much the biggest. Ipo like ever..

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Don't Dig Cana Bulbs Just Yet

Your Gardening Questions

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Don't Dig Cana Bulbs Just Yet

"Last week you talked about putting away the can of bulbs for winter well. My cannons are still tall and green with flowers on top. Should i wait until the frost gets them before. Cutting them down and digging up the bulbs well. The answer to that is definitely wait now. I did give kind of a warning signal that we and we did have a well. I don't know whether a heavy frost or freeze but My cannons are doing the same as hers. The there's a little sinjin around the leaves indicating they got some cold but whereas you could dignam and dry them and put them away at this point. I like to leave things. Go until the till mother nature decides they're done and at at that point they will have had another week to whatever is liberty the time to make more food so for christian and for me. I'm not going to deal with them. I thought it was going to have to 'cause there was just a hint of frost on them but it didn't do any damage therefore i'm leaving mine for some of the color of the flowers and i'm leaving them so they'll just continue to make food for hopefully another little while and then i will dig and dry and divide and put them in. Put them in little onion bags. Open poorest bags so air can move through but the main thing if you have different colors different varieties be sure with that and gladiolas and all that kind of thing be sure to mark which what is in that bag so you can put the flowers where you wanna be again but Prison i would wait I'm going to wait. And i would advise you do the same But then they are tender bulb if you want to look at it that way and As soon as frost has killed it fully jr. it's all over as far as making food is concerned. So at that point down the gum Dried out as i say. I have newspapers on the garage for that I i'm careful where i lay them. Said the catalytic converter doesn't well just see stay warm them too much but Any way to drive them like that so they don't get moist to moisture stay moist restorage. Because they can get into a fumble problem Just decay whatever you wanna call it so Too soon to have to but at the same time it would not be harmful to integrate degree if you did want to get the job done now.

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"sinjin" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"sinjin" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

"Oh my God Tracy how many times have we seen her in a car or since her accident? So no seatbelt but no seatbelt. Right? No seatbelts, but I'm taking you seriously and then she quietly cries. Yeah. Shut the fuk up. Well, tell me how you really feel. I don't feel not. Well, here's what I think. Can tell you what, I think so once upon a time back in 2012 know maybe before that. Maybe I don't know what it was. Anyway, 2011/2012. Maybe I got in a car accident. Okay. I got rear-ended by a cab driver in the middle of New York City's East Village. I vaguely remember this my bumper went flying into a Starbucks. That was three blocks away. That's it went into the air. Okay. It was super scary song. I had to sue because I got hurt my back got heard everything got hurt and I was like and he hit me from behind. It was right about okay, so I went to a lawyer and the lawyer made me go to this doctor but it's like a clinic and are actually our friend worked there. Okay, it's like a clinic and what they do is like they'll give you like Physical Therapy there and get your chiropractor and like over there and then you see a therapist and I was like, you know, like I have a lot of phobias and I have a lot of anxiety and they're like, right but like what about the car accident? Right? And I'm like, well, yeah, I mean like a regular amount they're like, right but like the car accident is why you're like all screwed up, right? Oh, so what they do is like trying to like groom you they give you like a thing to put around your neck like this is like like those like scam artists. Oh, I know exactly what you mean. Yes, like the people who walk around with like the neck brace and it's like so scared like on Judge Judy. Yes. Okay. So now I feel like she's doing this on film so that she gets paid from her car accident. Okay. Okay. That makes sense. So good for you Tanya. All right. Anyway, so we're off his brother is not. Okay. He is not. Okay looking either he is very not. Okay looking Sinjin got the only good genes in that family, which is NOT saying a ton no life..

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"sinjin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"sinjin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Feel pretty ominous. Hong Kong going to become just like any other Chinese city run by the Communists. When you're 50. What do you picture life here will be like I can picture that. Um, I would be super depressed because I super light comment on political sane. I really cannot imagine the day that I cannot speak freely on Internet that way. Do not have that freedom of speech anymore. And I cannot imagine that there will come a day Me and my friends commenting on the government would become a crime. And you think that would happen? Yes, I do. When Like all the phase that is happening. Manage China Now, especially, I would say in, uh, where? Sinjin Sinjin? Yeah. What is happening in seeing John will happen in Hong Kong. She's talking about internment camps where the Chinese air holding perhaps a 1,000,000 Uighurs and others, they say it's re education, but it's basically a concentration camp. They put people who does not who do not agree with the government into the concentration camp and educate them. And day got monitored wherever and whenever they go. Everywhere is police. Police monitors. Everybody's move, and I do think that if we do not fight for our future, there will come a day Hong Kong will become like she, John. Because she's politically active. This does not feel like an abstract threat when he's 22 year olds picture who China is going to crack down on It's them. Devotees, also in her first job out of college jokes at a bank. Jazz has to replace her voice within actors who knows, however, they would do to us and under the extradition beauty who knows where we will go? What's happening of disappeared desk what we fear off? Kevin. He's heard of the social credit system that China's started to monitor and raided citizens. She visited China decides that your antigovernment.

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DICTATORS: Mussolini

Assassinations

08:10 min | 2 years ago

DICTATORS: Mussolini

"Welcome to dictators a new park cast original. I'm Richard and I'm kate with this series stories. We want to go deep into the minds of some of history's most hated despots. We all know about the atrocities committed by the likes of Hitler. And and Stalin in the United States were familiar with longtime American adversaries such as Fidel Castro and Kim Jong Hoon on dictators his will trace the psychological cultural and spiritual influences that transformed these individuals. Either they were born psychopathic or they were hardened by circumstance without fail each went from wanting to save their country to destroying it you. You can find all episodes of dictators and all other park has two originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream dictators for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type dictators in the search bar at podcast. We are grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening? It really does help for our first six episodes we're starting with a bang As we explore the lives of World War. Two's three worst dictators Benito Mussolini Joseph Stalin and Adolf Hitler. Today today we'll see how Mussalini harness disparate social elements such as socialism nationalism and future ISM to forge a new belief leave system fascism. This hateful ideology would be his chief tool in portraying himself as the ideal Italian man Dan and it would go on to inspire an even greater evil next week. We'll see how an alliance with that greater evil no not see Germany led to Mussolini's downfall. Mussolini is often thought of as Hitler's incompetent lackey his fellow fascist. Who Lost the war in Italy and died a day earlier on April twenty eighth nineteen forty-five his body hung the square and spit upon? But that is the modern perception in his time. Mussalini was considered a swashbuckling heartthrob heartthrob a master politician. He rose to power in Italy years. Before Hitler became the face of totalitarianism despite destroying civil liberties in his country and exiling thousands of Italian Jews to concentration camps Mussolini's people loved him mm-hmm and some still do. But how could the people of any time view a monster in such a romantic light and how has there's his global reputation fallen from that of the ultimate leader to the ultimate stooge in order to answer these questions. We must trace Mussalini his time as a socialist agitator in Switzerland to his years as a newspaper man to his crafty rise to prime minister. Aw Mussolini's entire life was a self defeating journey to fulfil a masculine ideal. He was born on July twenty ninth. Eighteen eighty three his father allesandro. Mussolini was his first role model. According to Spark Educational Mussalini once told a reporter after I come of peasant stock. My father was a blacksmith. He gave me strength. A young Mussalini would work the forge with his father sweat dripping sparks Sinjin. His skin researcher Andrea Son Giovanni describes the traditional image of Italian steelwork doc as a completely masculine world where the natural characteristics of man strength courage leadership honor aggression are praised to excess. Mussolini picked up on this learning to be strong to a fault to express only the most dominant reported himself. He was taught that a man worked hard that he and his father were the laboring peasantry and across the country in Rome there was was a king and a church that reaped the benefits of their labor and didn't work at all even worse. There were Austrian kings to the north who ruled old overland and people that were rightfully Italian. Young Mussalini imagine these rulers like fantasy despots almost inhuman every day at the forge. His father filled his mind with ideas about a revolution of workers just like them. Men like them mm-hmm strong workers who made up the real Italy. who would one day inherit the earth? Mussalini loved his father and he wanted nothing. Nothing more than to live up to these ideals. This belief system socialism with a little bit of nationalism would entrance and beguile him and throughout the rest of his life but as much as he admired his father he was also confused by him he talked about strengthened honor but but Mussalini gradually became aware that allesandro didn't exactly personify those things his father's main focus in life life was not on his work or his family but his mistress who we often spend money on while Mussalini his two siblings and his mother lived in a small home eating very basic meals this engendered toxic dichotomy within the young boy. He had a father telling him how to who act like a man but had no strong male role model to actually show him what that looks like and so he would spend his life trying to decide for himself. Mm Self how a man should act while nursing a selfish streak that would topple a republic because of his own father wasn't going to look out for for the young Mussolini and who would. His mother noticed growing anger inside of him in eighteen. Ninety Ninety two when Mussolini was nine she sent him to Catholic Boarding School in the hopes that the priests would be able to calm him. The opposite was true. To the Catholics were largely anti-socialists they took out their political beliefs on miscellany the son of a socialist this included withholding ending food from him and forcing him to sleep in the dog Kennel. His selfish streak deepened as he felt that truly the whole world was out out to get him at the same time. Some of the masculine ideals he had picked up from his father were being reinforced. Catholic doctrine emphasized is the differences between men and women how men were meant to be masculine leaders and Women Feminine Mothers. This idea was driven home by the simple fact that it was an all boys. School with male only teachers Mussolini's growing toxic masculinity famously boiled over one Sunday in the school yard when Mussolini stabbed a classmate in the hand and so his picture of the ideal man continued to fill out the ideal man was a strong hard worker like his dad had taught him but as he had picked up from Catholic school. Aggression was a vital a piece to the puzzle. He would never forget how the anti-socialist priests had treated him there pettiness. There need to exert control all over. A child was anything but masculine.

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"sinjin" Discussed on A Doctor's Perspective Podcast

A Doctor's Perspective Podcast

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"sinjin" Discussed on A Doctor's Perspective Podcast

"The curtain look at all types of doctors and guests specialties. Let's hear a doctor's perspective <music>. Thanks for joining me this week. I think you're GonNa like the guest as the title suggests mobility or stability are actually is it both and yes it is so we're GONNA go through all of what's he looking for. When we're talking about mobility or stability he's creating a one day seminar seminar to come help goals through all the joints that he treats but that's only a small part of the actual interview most of it is talking about the kids definition his theory housing look at things because the way he does Rehab is very simple ineffective in fact? He's is able to be one of the doctor for the A._D._p.. Volleyball which is their professional organization is the Go-to for some musicians that come into town and a lot of stems from online reviews as well so that's part of his marketing at the time of the recording there was a prominent Achilles injury during the N._B._A.. Finals so we use that as an example for him walking through his technique protocols and also his favorite patient outcome assessment which is different than probably what you think like. It's not Oswal Trie. We got to review the other day. I'm not one hundred percents sure if I put it in the past episode but here again ego or K. D._C.. Wrote doc great job on creating such an array of good and useful information. I see that lots of work was put into the podcast good job well eager. I appreciate your feedback back. Appreciate the encouragement and I do put a lot of effort in time with these which I hope everyone notices well you know these guys come out later Dan when I do them but next week going on a little riverboat cruise Sinjin city three days down never you've been on like that before so far to spend time with a family get away from work for a little while the adventure of teaching Shanghai's been going well. It's a little bit teaching consulting little sippy sipping tea and having great Chinese hospitality speaking of real quick. I don't have a dedicated age for the PR- alone fast mimicking diet but I just started this week. I'm on day four or five as not really a weight loss diet but I think that's how they want you to like promoted a little bit but I look at it as more of playing two for one week per a month for three consecutive months yeah all the odometer fat. That's an important part for me. That's where I keep it. Blood pressure goes down triglycerides. L._D._L.'s glucose tolerance is better like A._N._C.. C reactive protein oceans go down so I've already taken a blow working. I'm waiting so you know I got to retake but I'm excited for it and the big thing is the up regulation of stem cells after you're done fasting and then repeating when they're big things is year a fast but you actually get to eat some food and the food is specially made us why at the by these boxes and the foods given to us eight hundred.

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"sinjin" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"sinjin" Discussed on EconTalk

"So you tell them what you know, you bring an experts who fill in the details that can be a very valuable function ended. It may have been critical to the path that China took towards the rapid gross that it's it's enjoyed. I should mention that you know, the other thing Deng Xiaoping did was create these special zones of which Sinjin was I think the most successful really the four only engine success which engine was a phenomenal success. And so having people who told them, this is how you manage inflation. If you liberalize and in this separate idea about we're going to try and reforms on those things where the the keys in them in China, but hug factor the Bank. The question is how many times as it actually served that function? There are lots of reports that keep the Bank. Use. There's a lot of talk about we have to be engaged and ongoing loan projects. Sure that somebody else could finance this bridge instead of us. But if we're engaged we know the context will be ready to provide advice, but I was actually very disappointed at how hard it was anybody to come up with a case where the pink actually provided useful advice, which changed the policy direction. And in a way that was that was benefit. We had two guests on. About a year and a half ago. Simon Jan cough and met Werner talking about the doing business report that the World Bank produces in. It's an attachment attempt to quantify the business climate the ability to cut through red tape. They -bility to open a business things that are basic, and you know, there's a one can debate whether those kind of the two it was Simeon. Yes. Thank you doing. And then Then. we wonder who's the head of the atlas he's not a World Bank person. He's the head of the atlas network which would. Free market think tanks outside the United States in the world. Okay. And their fans of that report. And and I'm I'm not in general fans of that kind of aggregate, and I'm not a fan of the freedom measures, particularly nice friends of mine work on those in God bless them. But I don't those are fraught with measurement challenges, and he's manipulated. And you got entangled with some of that. So talk about okay. Well to put this in the larger context, I remember I was ready to leave the Bank. I had a concern about a fact that I think needed to be out in the open and be transparent and part of how I when they said you can't resign. I'm just going to newspapers talk about my concern. And then they said, and then they said you have to resign. Well, that's what I wanted to do. So, but here was it was the fact I I was worried about the possibility. Ability that some kind of ideological political views had distorted the numbers that were reported a from in the doing business report in particular. I was very worried about a pattern in Chile where again could have been just random chance. But doing business ranking moved down, you know, every year when the party of the centre-left was in control and moved up every year when the party of the center right was in control. Clan policies. Right. Well, but if what what turns out is if you hold the mirrors of what's going on in Chile constant. I'm all those changes virtually all those go away. So it's like saying, okay Chileans are weaker this year because they can only do twenty push ups, and you say, wait a minute last year. You said Chileans were the Stringfellow because it was chips instead of push-up since while we're using push ups this year. And then it's, you know, it's, you know, it's like lunges your after they kept changing the the measures that went into this doing business ranking in if you just hold constant imagers, most of these changes went away. So good. Yeah..

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"sinjin" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"sinjin" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"A triplet of vehicles or up to five depending on the needs each neatly nestled against the other the to two machines were that to act as. Boosters and when the job was done, they would detach from the center. One glide back to earth the sentiment. You'll would use it Sinjin to continue its journey into it and reenter to glide back. When it's Thomas was completed in this way, every part of the assembly could be reused the British government shelved the project in nineteen seventy but key must've staf spent time working at North American Rockwell, contributing to the stubby that would ultimately to the space shuttle the Russians were a little late to the game with the make one five spiral which was built probably in response to the USA dinosaur. It had cute upturn news eating it to be named the shoe was began in nineteen sixty five and continue sporadically into nineteen seventy eight but it did achieve eight six. Successful test flights that was with a few exceptions the conclusion of the early lifting body experimental craft and with the development of better blade of materials. The designs went forward to winged. Reentry vehicles such as the space shuttle on the Russian Buran the early work that came out of at woods has continued to be used with more advanced machines such as the H L twenty which came from a NASA and the North Carolina State university collaboration. I'm progress forward to the dream chase a project and the orbital science for me Theus spacecraft to the east the Russian clipper project started in two thousand but is now on hold the virgin galactic spacecraft design despite setbacks is getting close to success and didn't is already V TD mini space. Shuttle continues to progress, however, all the spacecraft. Oh, an enormous debt those who came before and for a while mustard potatoes Baath tops, shoes and flat on. The risk..

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"sinjin" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"sinjin" Discussed on Here & Now

"A composite sketch of the gunman as well as an image of the red pickup truck that was recorded on surveillance video near the scene of the crime. Could you tell us what the composite sketch looks like it shows sort of a thin man with sort of some cheeks and a little bit of five o'clock shadow or stubble. And then his face is sort of framed by a black hoodie, you know, and like you said, he's white. He's sort of very thin, or you know, you almost might take garment man, and whose description is this based on it's based off Alexis Dilbert whose jazz marines fifteen year old sister, and she was sitting in the car. Next to her mom in the front passenger seat. He again, there were five people who are in the car, the the mother and then her four daughters, including jasmine who is the only one who died in the attack or the composite sketch and the red pickup truck video producing any kind of tips, Greg questions. So I actually spoke to spokesman from the sheriff's office earlier this morning, and he said, yeah. Actually after they released the composite sketch. They had generated a lot of tips in so investigators are going through all of those internal vet them. And where they lead there any other images or videos of the of the suspected gunman. I that's a good question. And I am not entirely. Sure. One of the things of the sheriff's office said in the days after the shooting was that they were actually going back to the area and looking for more surveillance video, okay? What else are police doing to try and find this person? We're told that the investigation. Is very robust. Yes. So there's a lot going on. They've talked about their housing both success evidence that they caught it from the scene they're going through again, all of these tips, and you can imagine with the attention that this has generated both in Houston and beyond. They're getting a lot of those. They actually got NASA to enhance the surveillance video of the pickup because it was so greenie so they've been trying to, you know, look through databases and see if they can get more information on those kinds of things. And then of course, there's the stuff they're not telling us there is a reward offered for tips that lead to an actual arrest of the killer. I wonder who is putting up the money for that. After the shooting, some racial Justice activists and civil rights turns offered a reward that would be Shaun king and Lee Merritt, and that reward has now grown to one hundred thousand dollars and then crime saw. Offers in Houston has also offered a reward, and that's sort of nonprofit that works with police to try and catch victims of crime. So that gives an idea of of some of the public response, but you were in the room with a Porsche Washington during that emotional press conference that we just heard the clip from you've been speaking with the family, what else can you tell us about the public reaction to this? What people are talking about. I mean, I think the thing here is that you know, in a family is going on a routine drive somewhere. You know, you don't expect a gunman to you know, start blasting of a car. I mean, it's extremely unusual and very tragic and especially for such a little kid to lose their life. And so I mean, I think that's one of the reasons this has really gripped so many people's attention ask you Sinjin. What else you noticed from the press conference? I was very impressed by Alexis. She was sort of very calm, and sort thoughtful. And I just can't imagine what it would be like to be in that situation. And you also I can't imagine what it'd be like to be a family thrust into this sort of national spotlight on such a horrible situation. Well, thank you for telling us about the investigation Sinjin born at Smith reporter who covers public safety the Houston chronicle. Thanks again. Thanks..

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"sinjin" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"sinjin" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"The trade dispute mixed them more eager to find an alternative to mainland China. I'm into Sinjin county foam, Sean industrial park, this nineteen Hector piece of land is barren. But by March next year, the singer county government expects that it'll be completely full of new investments from Taiwanese companies we turning from mainland China, this Taiwanese businessman with ten years of experience investing in mainland. China is checking out this piece of land. His publicly listed company is considering increasing its investments in Taiwan. But he's nervous about being seen by the Chinese government as wanting to leave. So he didn't want to be named Maureen. How's it going need? Those grade wall will impact you depending on where your mouth is. And of course, it's related to tariffs all the investors. I know a concerned about this until the whole situation about the trade war is clear. Taiwan is a very good base back at the cholestrol factory. The company is celebrating its grand opening the even as it unveils. Its new factory in Taiwan. It cannot ignore the huge Chinese market. It hopes to eventually produce its windows in China and sell them to the growing Chinese middle class as well as export them to the United States. But only when the trade war show signs of easing and China protects intellectual property rights. Cindy, sue reporting there and finally it was a very happy new year for one lottery. Ticket holder here in the UK who scooped up around one hundred forty six million dollars yesterday in the New Year's day euro millions draw that lucky person was the fourth. Biggest winner in UK history. No, it wasn't me. But I still have a slice of my mom's chocolate pecan pie waiting for me. When I get home. I'd say that's enough of jackpot for me in London. I Victoria Craig with the marketplace morning report from the.

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John Baini - TruePillars

Synergen Leadership Podcast

06:31 min | 3 years ago

John Baini - TruePillars

"Hello and welcome to the latest episode of the Senate in leadership podcast, Muslims Julian Calcio in Kaif Anderson engine group and very happy to once again, bring you another episode where I speak with John Benny, who is this CEO of troop pills? I think you'll find these interview. Interesting for couple reasons. I is that John Jay's is ladyship janey as he's gone through a range of different rows in the banking sector. And I think one of the k. messages for males, I was where he speaks about racing what it's like to be a later in a very large organization. We have a lot of resources and what it's like to be a later in in a smaller organization where you need to be more resourceful as opposed to relying on racehorses. So once a game would love to hear what you think happy listening. Welcome to the Senate in leadership podcast. With Julian cow, Julian speaks with leaders from around strategy to bring you their leadership story and share their insights about being later to further help you build your leadership capability, Julian chess zone, insights about leadership and the tools and techniques he uses as a leader. Welcome. John t the Sinjin lady. She podcast really appreciate taking the time to be pilot so that the listeners can never been of a sense of that who you are and where can you share just a little bit about yourself, please? Appreciate the the volatility while side of the fan, say out of a business coat truly pillars where to sodded mock apply said that operates or more one saw Ampy's involves lending money to small, medium sized businesses. I'm walking banquet. I recall is businesses to put out property securities. I would traumas feel a gap way, pay whom I've already mortgage that hassle or have put all that money into it be assigned a has to put out on the other side. Everytime we approve the lines of business wail for it to a pool of investors. Closing in on a bad fans in deterrent to invest is now who pulled together on found h limelight 'prave. So I would nine down Mary disrespect. The reason nine is a Fien take. It's a bit of a knee time that combines a traditional financial business with technology that allows us to Talita these shooting match online. We're up to twelve employees using typing. Now we started back in the Dole's just dive to ease guy. Dumb familiar personally out of twelve following that report shortly to me. And so is there an interesting fact about three pillars tight you can shave with the listeners yesterday's side. Interesting fact as that unite wearing the small to your Australian business, we actually have shared how it is in sixty countries and that's because I'll spend Fitch hunk of Mullah Correa light say he's and walk start ups when you very fist rising money, a love. It is from friends family, and it just happened that the the friends all made along the half. Hofland places. I, we've got shareholders implies law, no ally and grace in the US I. That's a. I think for less Molavi piece. Absolutely. I want to take you back all the way back to your very first lady. She bro. Are you able to share with the listens a little bit more about what that was? Yep. Most born in Melvin, but I'll moved to London at a pretty young, edgy Moi, meet twenties, and it's hard by Royal back Scotland, which is one of the big vaccine in the UK and office rawal going into. They was as what like Hola according to write to, and also keeping a pool of folly out with latch culprit clots. I much really was to eat track between San. You've had fled, Nicole Pratt, and will pass it back that I were dealing with. Yeah, I had at the time as we want to recruit poll, put office one side. That's why so think of it as Moya the festively sheet route. 'cause Banking's quad interesting twilight long time just reporting someone in is it's harm you physically should wait. You actually get into. So that was that's my first one. In the Kenya at you. Remember any of them stakes you with your with your tape. Yeah, I think the house part of my transition because by that stage of spend assign you a fall. Ease of will is waiting for someone else. It's actually really hot too, too late had to use a tape and delegation to stop him, come naturally. It'll

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