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A highlight from NO BITCOIN ETF IN 2023! | Gary Gensler's Plan Revealed!
"In one of the most unbelievable moves that I've seen since I entered crypto, you got Gary Gensler denying a Bitcoin ETF or not denying, but delaying a Bitcoin ETF just one day before he's supposed to appear in Congress. And he's about to testify in Congress. And despite the fact that he denied or delayed the approval of a Bitcoin ETF, which means that we're not going to see a Bitcoin ETF in 2023. The Bitcoin price is actually going up ahead of his testimony. And the thing with the Bitcoin price going up is that there's certain levels that if Bitcoin hits these levels, we may get a short squeeze. And then that could send the price up even more. I'm going to show you the levels in the show today. I also want to analyze this pump a little bit further. And I'll tell you why it's important to analyze this pump a little bit further. You are watching a Bitcoin pump, but you're watching a Bitcoin pump at the same time when the Dixie is pumping. And when the NASDAQ is down about 5 .7 % in the last six days. We need to discuss why is Bitcoin going up when the Dixie is going is going up and you've got the NASDAQ actually coming down 6%. And this is four days away from what is potentially going to be one of the most costly government shutdowns in the history of the United States. So we're going to discuss that. We also have to talk about Operation Choke Point 3 .0 in the United States, because now institutions, American institutions that are not in the United States are starting to send to letters their clients saying that they're no longer going to get be allowed to invest in crypto. This is coming from Chase Bank, but not in the United States in in in in the UK. And then lastly, and most importantly, in fact, not lastly, but most importantly, I'm going to show you why the next 140 days are the most important 140 days in your entire crypto journey. So stay tuned for that. And then if we do get 1000 likes, I'm going to show you the funniest thing that you'll see today. I guarantee you that it is the funniest, funniest, funniest thing that you'll see today, but I'm not showing it to you guys unless we get our 1000 likes. Yesterday, we got 1300 likes. Let's see if we can beat that. We had more than 1300 likes yesterday. 1400 likes. Let's see if we can beat that chat today. Anyway, let's go. Let's do this. We've got a massive show today.
Fresh update on "six days" discussed on Spellcaster: The Fall of Sam Bankman-Fried
"Of Justice. Then, he was driven to the airport by a convoy of police. Katanga Johnson was at the airport with a news crew. They'd been there for the off the tip. We'd gotten from a source that the caravan is on its way and that's when The police motorcade swept up to Odyssey Aviation, a private hangar on other the side of the international airport. Sam was led onto the plane in handcuffs. He wore a white dress shirt, untucked. He looked tired. The moment of him leaving was seemingly less eventful than the hours leading up to it. Seven weeks before that, this was just a that was so well regarded, a person who was respected, seemingly a winner. A king, some might describe him as. And seven weeks later, here we are. What a roller coaster ride. When Sam landed in New York, he was taken to court and read the charges against him. He pleaded not guilty. His bail was set at six days later, Tiffany Fong pulled up near a gray craftsman house on the Stanford campus in California. Not a lot of street lights, so it's a little bit dark. But eerie, actually, as a condition of his bail, Sam had to live in his childhood home with his parents and he agreed to let Tiffany, who's a crypto influencer, visit him there. The street was cordoned off. There was a police barricade
Katie's Mind Didn't Know She Was Having a Baby, But Her Body Knew Exactly What to Do
"Amazing like how uniquely every woman labors and gives birth like the fact that you didn't know and something that really stuck out to me too about your story you were like mentally I didn't know that I was having a baby but my body knew exactly what to do it's like birth is not cognitive a thing and that's something I think that we forget so often like yeah it's not something that you have to think your way through and force your body to do in fact a lot of the time our mind gets in the way of our body so yeah like it's a primal thing our bodies were designed to do it we just have to cooperate with the process essentially yeah well that's so as she was crowning did you feel like the ring of fire or anything or was it just like that last 20 minutes was intense because of the fetal ejection reflex you were having yeah it was mainly just just intense just because it was just like I was like feeling a lot I don't I don't know how to describe it it was just like things felt very like high intensity for me it's not that I was feeling any physical sensation more than it was just like something's really happening like something's come upon me you know but no I did not even feel the ring of fire I did tear a little bit but it was like very and insignificant really if I had been able to just say like okay let's get into the running man's position like I don't I'm sure I wouldn't have torn like I would have been fine but at that point I just like could not think straight so other than that like everything was completely painless I did not feel a thing leading up to anything and I didn't even feel a contraction until after when I felt my uterus contracting down and I was like wow that's what that's supposed to feel like wow that's it makes me wonder what was going on in your body leading up to that you know because like in the medical paradigm we're so used to judging the labor by what your cervix is doing and that's the entirety of what we look at pretty much like how often are you contracting what is your cervix doing and it makes me like everybody's body is so unique when we kind of just like let it be it makes me wonder what how was your body already prepared in advance to give you that kind of labor experience like you know if you had had a lot of interventions or cervical checks leading up to that like who knows what might have happened and ways that like I've been so curious yeah yeah yeah I was just gonna say I never got checked once throughout my pregnancy and it just does blow my mind because I didn't lose my mucus plug until like 30 minutes before and so I'm like did everything happen then or was it a slow process like I'm just so curious and I'll never know yeah and there's such beauty to that mystery honestly like I recently spoke with a friend her name is Beth and we talked about she had two hospital birth experiences with her first one she was 39 weeks and six days pregnant and they kind of pressured her into a cervical exam and she was already six to seven centimeters dilated without knowing it like no signs of labor or anything up to that point other than just like Braxton Hicks and she was saying like I wonder how things would have been different if I because immediately they checked they saw that she was six to seven centimeters and they were like we're going to labor and delivery and then it ended up being you know a different experience than she wanted but she could have been that way for a long time and then had a fast labor or she could have not you know it's just like there's beauty to the mystery of what is going on within our bodies the way that God designed them to be leading up to labor it's crazy how much variety there is in everybody's birth
Fresh update on "six days" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
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A highlight from The Dame Trade Hostage Crisis, a Lethal Browns D, and Miamis Speed and Motion Apex With Wosny Lambre and Michael Lombardi
"Coming up, a little football, a little basketball, next. It's the Bill Simmons Podcast presented by FanDuel. Get in on the football action right from the opening kickoff with America's number one sports book. The app is safe, secure, easy to use. FanDuel always has exclusive offers. When you win, you'll get paid instantly. FanDuel has lots of ways to play, like the spread, money line, over -unders, team totals, player props, so much more. Jump into the action at any time during the game with live betting. Combine multiple bets from the same game in a same game parlay. Download the FanDuel sports book app today. Make every moment more this football season. The Ringer is committed to responsible gaming. Please visit theringer .com slash RG to learn more about the resources and helplines available and listen to the end of this episode for additional details. You must be 21 plus and present in select states. Gambling problem, call 1 -800 -GAMBLER or visit theringer .com slash RG. This episode is presented to you by NFL Sunday Ticket now on YouTube and YouTube TV, football season. It's here, baby. And with NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube and YouTube TV, you can watch your fantasy players out of market Sunday afternoon games, no matter where you live. Get NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube or bundle with YouTube TV to get even more football. Visit youtube .com slash BS to sign up now. We're also brought to you by the Ringer Podcast Network, where I put up a new rewatchables on Monday night. It was my birthday. So I decided to treat myself with one of my favorite movies, The Big Chill. Me, Sean Fantasy, Chris Ryan. It is basically the 40th anniversary of this movie as well. So that was a fun wrinkle. Plus my mom's favorite normal movie. And I actually asked my mom to come on this podcast. She turned me down, had no interest, said nobody wants to hear from her. I said, that's actually not true. People would love to hear your thoughts on The Big Chill. She said, no, I have not heard from her about the episode yet. I'm sure something made her mad, but I was very excited about this episode. It's almost two hours. We had a great time. So that's it for that. Next week, Kyle Brandt's coming on. And you know what happens when Kyle Brandt comes on. There's a specific type of movie we do. So I'll just leave you with that thought. You can get excited for the next six days. Coming up on this podcast, we're gonna talk to Big Waz about the Dame lowered trade saga, which has kept all of us hostage for the last three months. But now there's signs of light that something might happen. We're gonna talk about what we think is the single most fun team Dame can go to. So there's that. And then our old friend Mike Lombardi is going to stop by to talk about, um, the Dolphins and the Browns and Caleb Williams and all of the midweek football subplots that we find. So fascinating, really fun NFL season so far, by the way, I've been, been enjoying myself. I just realized that media day is coming for hoops on October 2nd. Rosillo and House and I are doing our annual over unders triple pot or however many parts that's going to be. That's going to be sometime in mid October. And I've done zero research. I have no NBA thoughts whatsoever. I've been just in football, football, football. So over the next couple of weeks, I'm going to be, um, diving into the NBA as well. This is a very, very busy time, but also an unbelievable time if you love sports, which, uh, I still do somehow, um, very excited to see where this NBA season goes. I can't remember more teams either in flux or feeling a little worse than they did last year or feeling completely different than they did last year. I keep staring at the, the big slate, like, who do you love in the East? Like, who do you love in the West? Denver, maybe they're benches worse, but it's just a really hard one. Usually when we get to the end of September, we always think, all right, I feel really good about these three teams and I just don't feel that way yet. So maybe as I dive into the, uh, my whole research process, which by the way yielded for you guys, Denver in the finals last year, that was my big bet. Um, maybe as I throw myself into this process, I will, uh, I will have some, some dimes of knowledge for you in October. All right, we're going to, uh, start this podcast first, our friends from Pro Jet.
A highlight from Jay Brock (Encore)
"Ladies and gentlemen, looking for something new and original, something unique and without equal, look no further. Here comes the one and only Eric Mataxas. Folks, welcome. I've spoken previously on this program to our friend Rabbi Jason Sobol, who has certain many books. The new one is called Signs and Secrets of the Messiah. And last time, Rabbi, you were telling us some of these amazing correlations between the Old and the New Testament and the Jewishness of the New Testament, which people should know, but sometimes they forget how profoundly the New Testament is a commentary on the Old Testament and points us back and how the Old Testament points us forward over and over. And last time you talked about the paralytic or the man who was unable to walk for 38 years. And you said that that relates to the Israelites wandering in the desert for 38 years, and you explained about how they had been prepared by God for two years, but then they wandered for 38 years. I just find that kind of stuff so fascinating. So I know the new book is called Signs and Secrets of the Messiah. What other things like that do you mention in Signs and Secrets of the Messiah? I mean, we get into so many miracles and, you know, God is in the details, right? So if there's a detail in the Bible, it's there for a reason. So, you know, again, the first miracle we talked about last time I was with you is the first miracle we talked about in Signs and Secrets, which is the water into wine. Well, there's a detail there. It says that he said fill six stone pots to the brim. Well, the question is, if it says six stone pots, what's the significance that there's six stone pots? Why not seven? Why not eight? Well, some of the significance there is that we have to understand there's a lot. Man was created on the sixth day. In Jewish thought, we fell on the sixth day. When Jesus comes and he gives his life for us on the cross, OK, he dies on Friday, which is the sixth day of the week. He dies on a cross. Why? Because the first man and woman stole from the tree. So God puts Jesus, who Paul calls the second Adam, back on the tree for you and me with the crown of thorns on his head. Why? What's the sign of the curse of creation? The ground produced thorns and thistle. He takes the curse on his head to break it and restore the blessing. And so when Jesus dies on the same day man was created and fell and he does his first miracle with six stone pots, he's saying, I am restoring the fruitfulness that was lost at creation. And I don't want you to any more live out of the lack, but to live out of the overflow. And by the way, the number six in Hebrew is written with the letter Bob. It's the conjunction and it's a letter that connects heaven and earth. When we sin, we broke the connection. Jesus comes back to restore it, that we might experience his blessing. That is some heavy stuff that is absolutely amazing. Say that again about the letter when you write the number six in Hebrew, talk about that again, because I want to make sure I catch that. Yeah, absolutely. So Hebrew is alphanumeric. So there's no Roman numerals in the Bible. Both Hebrew and Greek have an alphanumeric component, meaning that if I say open up the chapter one in your Bible, I'll say open up to chapter Aleph, because it's the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet has a numerical value of one. The sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet is the Hebrew letter of love. It's the most used letter in the five books of Moses, and it's the conjunction. And the first place the letter of love occurs in the Bible is in the first verse of the Bible, Genesis one, one. And in Hebrew, there are seven words in Genesis one, one corresponding to the seven days of creation. The sixth word of Genesis one begins with the sixth letter. God created the heavens. That's the fifth. And that's the sixth. And Earth is seven. When we sin, we broke the vow, the letter, the number six, the letter Bob that connects heaven and earth. When Jesus dies on Friday and does the miracle with the six stones pots, he's restoring the connection and the blessing that was lost in the beginning.
A highlight from Pack Wisely, Hunt Confidently: A Two-Part Series with Mike Kentner and David Merrell
"This episode of RadCast Outdoors is brought to you by P .K. Lures, Bow Spider, and High Mountain Seasonings. Fish on! Hey, RadCast is on! Hunting, fishing, and everything in between. This is RadCast Outdoors. Here are David Merrill and Patrick Edwards. Well hello and welcome everybody. Back to the RadCast Outdoors podcast. I'm David Merrill. We'll have to excuse Patrick Edwards today. He is traveling on the road and I am home between hunts for a momentary break in time. I actually was out trying to fill an elk tag this morning and was rather unsuccessful at filling a tag but had a great morning anyways. Fall is in the air guys. It's definitely time to get your gear, get out of the woods, and go enjoy it whether you're fishing, hunting, hiking, or backpacking. I've asked a former guest and another guest to come join us today. I've got Mr. Mike Kentner with me. Hello Mike. Hello. Glad to be here. Yeah, we were out looking for a few elk this morning and hiking around and I twisted his arm and said let's talk about what's in Mike's backpack. As you guys know I like to go hunting and over the years gear has changed dramatically from when I first started in the mid 90s and certainly from when you first started, right? Absolutely. In the early days we carried a fanny pack, nobody carried a backpack. Nobody had the idea Everly stock came out with I think to coin the phrase go in light come out heavy to be able to pack out when you went in. The early days we never did that. It's all kind of a newer concept in my world anyway. And I started in the scouting industry doing 50 milers and that kind of stuff so I had a pretty good grasp on what you should and what weight should be on how to navigate through the mountains. I had some orienteering, some compass, some basic survival under my belt, some first aid and some safety. But you have to put all that together and then you've got to start putting your backpack together and there is so many options now compared to when I first bought a $10 book bag from Walmart and put a few things in it and went hiking around saying man this and when we harvested stuff for the most part I threw a quarter on my shoulder and went hiking down the trail or I went and got horses or a dirt bike or a quad or a four wheeler but for the most part western style stuff it was I remember getting one of the very first real hunting backpacks I got was a fanny pack style. Yeah that's what we all started with back then we carried just the basic essentials maybe something to light a fire with, stuff to take care of your game if you put something down and then if you shot anything you walked all the way back to camp empty changed out for a metal frame and went back in for your meat. Yes and those metal frames have pretty much gone the wayside. A few guys still have them there's some companies making some really cool ones now and what you mean by metal is an external just a frame pack no bag attached nothing. It had a load shelf on it you set the shelf on tight most time they didn't have straps you had to use paracord or some kind of cord to tie your meat onto the pack. Now backpacks have obviously evolved the idea of backpack hunting has evolved and we're discussing a little bit today you know when I'm going on an expedition style Everest climb style hunt I'm taking a completely different kit than I am day hunting elk from the truck. Right everything down to I may use the same frame the same base frame but my bag load will be different I use a very small bag for my day hunts like today I use a 2800 inch bag for my day hunts and you go over a 6000 for a long hunt if you're going in for five or six days or more. Now day hunting what is your backpack in a way versus when the difference between a four day hunt and a ten day hunt you only have food difference you've got the same spotting scope the same shelter the same clothes for this kind of discussion a little bit we're basically going to talk day hunt or multi day now if you're talking four day or ten day that the only difference there is you're adding six extra days of food realistically same if I'm only going two nights then I might do something different but if I'm going for four to five nights I'm doing the same thing I would be doing if I'm doing ten to twelve nights. Yeah as far as your overnight gear still is pretty much the same. So that leads me to this first question is and I used to the first year or two elk hunting here in Wyoming I took my 7000 cubic inch bag just compressed it all the way down ran it empty and hunted with that but it stuck up so much higher than my head every time I duck under something I'm getting hung up so I switched to a 1850 Icon Pro from QU years ago I'm now running the Stryker XL from Kefaru that's my day bag and it's inch and then I throw a Sherman pocket and a guide lid and a claymore so now I'm like 3000 cubic inch but I don't have that completely full and we discuss this how full do you run your 2800 in day hunt mode? My day in day hunt mode is less than half full of what I pack and then I have plenty of room for jackets clothing depending on the weather any of that kind of stuff I'm gonna have in it but my base bag with my everything to take care of game and everything is less than halfway full. So some of the things that are in mind that I can think of is I always have a small first aid kit right nicks cuts scrapes burns some aspirin and then I have a kill kit usually involves I actually really like to use rubber gloves I grew up not doing it but when you're doing multi day multi hunt multi tags it's really nice to have a pair of rubber gloves to keep a little bit cleaner while you're processing but you definitely need those game bags I run six game bags how many do you run? Usually five I keep five in there for elk and big stuff it's always five and the reason guys I'm why running more than four quarter bags is well you've got neck meat back straps tenderloins I like to keep those two separate and what I've found is when we're doing either llamas or horses it's really easy even if we're backpacking and we've got to hang the meat away from bears I like to have all four of those quarters in their own bag and then I need two more for the rest of the stuff and sometimes I even like to grab another bag to put capes in. Yeah it's nice to have one for your cape if you're in the backcountry and you think you're going to have an animal mounted it's nice to have a cape a bag for your cape go as well so I usually carry like when I shot my bull this year I had six bags in me with me at the time so I have my five I primarily put meat in and then I have one backup one for the cape to bag it in so you need a good quality bags and quite a few of them. I don't typically pack water filtration in day hunt mode sometimes I like to run an algae and a bladder bag and I just fill that up in the morning and typically that's four liters of water I can pretty much make it through a day on that much water yeah I'm starting out a little heavier but I don't have to stop and pump during the day so do you what do you do for water in typical day hunt mode? I run bladder bags two liter bladder bags and so I usually run either one and a half or one liter and a two liter or two two liter bags so I'm running three to four liters and but I do carry the small Sawyer water filtration pretty much everywhere weighs under four ounces does about a pint at a time you got to refill the bag but it is a good way to get some extra water if you need it.
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A highlight from Ep372: The Difference Between Successful People
"Whatever is for you, I need you to think, need you to consider. As soon as you're done listening to this episode, I need you to ponder for a little bit and think to yourself, what is it that I need to make a decision about and just stick to it. Most hosts never achieve the results they hoped for. They're falling short on listenership and monetization, meaning their message isn't being heard and their show ends up costing them money. This podcast was created to help you grow your listenership and make money while you're at it. Get ready to take notes. Here's your host, Adam Adams. Hey, podcaster. It's your host, Adam Adams. And I want to talk about something that successful people do a little bit differently than less successful people. And that is making a decision and sticking to it. So this episode today is going to be short. It's going to be a what it means to you, what you need to do in order to get it. Successful people make a decision and then they take action on that decision. Less successful people, those of us that struggle, we are reluctant to make that initial decision. We move through it and we kind of try a little bit of stuff, but we never commit. We never really go full bore. Think of a rhinoceros, think of a rhino at the African jungle. They will put their head down and they will charge. They just put their head down and charge. They make a decision. They commit to it. They go forward and they bulldoze everything out of their way as they do that, as they put their head down and they stay committed. So I'm encouraging you today, whether you need it for your podcast, to hire a company like ours, to take off all of the hard stuff, like the post -production and all of the graphics and emailing your guests for you. Maybe you need that. Maybe that'll help you save 12 hours a week. Or maybe you need to start doing some marketing for your company. Maybe it's that you need to start doing social media more. Perhaps you've avoided social media because you're afraid. You're scared. You're not sure. You're a little timid. You're like, I don't want to offend anyone. So I'm not sure if I want to do this on social media, or I'm not sure if I got the money. I don't want to pay for some marketing. I can do it as good as I need it to edit my own podcast. Now I don't mind spending those 12 hours a week editing one episode. And so I'm not going to do that. Whatever it is for you, I need you to think. I need you to consider. As soon as you're done listening to this episode, I need you to ponder for a little bit and think to yourself, what is it that I need to make a decision about and just stick to it. I'll be a little vulnerable and be honest with you about something that I'm doing. And I went and did my bodybuilding competition. And then in the next day and a half, I think I gained 16 pounds from 186 or 0 .9, like about 187 pounds up to 203 pounds in just the next day. It was like the afternoon of the one day and then the evening of the following day, I gained 16 pounds. Yeah, of course it can't all be fat. It can't all be muscle. It can't all be water. It's a combination of things. I probably ate a lot of food. It got stuck in my gut. I was probably on a calorie deficit. The point being that I gained it real fast and then it was hard to get it off. It was hard to get those 203. I'm not now back to 187. I'm not yet there. It's going off much slower than it came back. It's going off much slower. And I was reluctant. Listen, this is today's takeaway. I was reluctant. I felt like I put my heart and soul into fitness for so long. I counted calories. I ate many, many meals a day at exact times of the day. I worked out six days a week and it got great results, but I was tired and I wasn't ready to commit. I hired a strength coach and I wasn't quite ready to commit. And so I was kind of flopping because I didn't make a decision and stick to it. Now, just a couple of days ago, I'm recording this on a Saturday and on Wednesday is the day that I went to the gym and I got there and my heart wasn't all in it. And I was trying to ask myself, should I just leave? Should I just quit? Should I just not do this new challenge of strength? It's basically a CrossFit total. Anybody knows that it's like powerlifting. So I'm looking for a CrossFit total of a thousand pounds or a powerlifting total of 1 ,125 pounds. Those are my goals. And I hired a coach to do that, but I'm floundering. I go on a vacation. I was in Tulum this week and I came back on Tuesday and on Wednesday I was feeling like, I didn't work out on Monday because I drank too much on Sunday night. And so I just didn't feel like working out on Sunday, excuse me, on Monday. And then on Tuesday it was like a travel day. So I did not sleep hardly at all because I wanted to make sure that I caught my cab on time. So I got two hours of sleep and then we fly, then we drive and then we fly and then we land. I get home and I did not feel like I had the energy to go to the gym that late. And so Wednesday comes around an option in motion stays in motion, an object that's stagnant. Usually we'll just stay stagnant. It's hard to change inertia. If something's moving, it stays moving unless something physically stops it. If it's still, it stays still unless something physically moves it. And after a Monday and a Tuesday, I got into that, I feel like I'm staying still place. And I have dedication. I have discipline. So I showed up, but with a pissy attitude, with a I don't want to be here attitude. Am I even sure I want to do this? And so I contemplated and I thought, and this is what you're going to do after you listen to this episode. And I thought about my fitness and what my real goals are and why would I do it and why wouldn't I do it? And it was then and there that I made the decision that I'm going to enjoy it. And so I smiled. By the way, when you smile, you release endorphins in your body that makes you happy. Using your smile muscles releases, what is the best way to say it? Releases oxytocin. Oxytocin. Oxytocin. Oh my gosh. I can't talk. Oxytocin. And now all of a sudden you feel happy and healthy. So I did that. I made the commitment. I made the decision. I said, hey, I shouldn't be doing this. I feel stagnant. It's not easy to get started moving when you've been still for a while. Now this works with your podcast. This works with your business and certainly works with your health or religion or your family. In this case for me, I'm using my health as example, but for you, when you leave this podcast, it might be religion or family or health or your podcast or your business. I need you to make a commitment to do something and to go full bore in it. I committed that I would enjoy the gym. And so I got a new energy just after I smiled and after I decided I got a new energy. And then I went back the next day with vigor, with enthusiasm, and I crushed it. I got done with all of my workouts much faster than I normally do because I was excited about it, because I tricked myself the day before, because it kicked my ass and got myself in motion. And now I'm staying in motion. Friday, same thing. Go back. Today's Saturday. I'm halfway tempted to go. I want to go. I'm like, this is great. I don't want to take a day off. I love it. I love the way that I feel after I go. And you're going to love the way after you hire my company to support you with your podcast. You're going to love the way you feel. You're going to say, this is great. Why didn't I do it sooner? You're going to love the way you feel when you make those sales calls, when you follow back up with the people that you already did us a discovery call with. When you do that, you're going to feel better. When you go to the gym, you're going to feel better. When you call your mother and you're like, hey, I know we haven't talked in a while, you're going to feel better. And now you're an object in motion and you're likely to stay in motion. So the difference between successful people and non -successful people is that they make a decision and then they stick to it no matter what. Tony Robbins always says, the only way that you're going to take the island is if you burn the boats. You and your Vikings come to take over an island. You keep your ships there. You've got a way out. But when you're decided and committed that this is the thing you're going to do no matter what, you get rid of plan B and you just do the thing. I'll see you on the next episode. Oh, hey, because three of my their podcasts make the money instead of cost them money. We put together a resource for some of our clients and I want to give it to you as well. It's something that did actually seem to help because one of them is now making $2600 a month. Another one $4500 a month. And the third is making between $5000 and $10 ,000 each month. And so it's been a resource that's been incredibly valuable to them. It's our sponsor sheet template. It's a template of a sponsor sheet and it gives you something that you can hand to potential sponsors and hopefully also be making $2600, $4500 or between $5K and $10K regularly each month with your podcast. So this has been a contributing factor to helping all three of those clients turn their podcast into an additional income stream for them. And the way that you can find it is just going to our website, growyourshow .com, but put in forward slash templates, growshow .com forward slash templates. And then you can actually download that template and others that could be valuable to your podcasting experience. I'll see you on the next episode.
A highlight from Bitcoin's BEARISH Month! (September Crash Coming?)
"Welcome to BitBoy Crypto, my name is AJ, and I'm sure you all know how much I love music. I'm listening to a very specific Green Day song today, and it's a red day on the charts. Already I'm not surprised. Yes, historically, September is a bearish month. In fact, the past six Septembers in a row have been bearish, and the question is, will this September be the same? Regardless of the direction of the overall trend, I can't help but noticing that all of these Septembers act as the setup before the bigger move, and I think that is more important. In September of 2017, yeah, from beginning to end, Bitcoin went down 7%. There's so much more that happens in the middle than taking start to finish at face value. Like the first half of the month, Bitcoin actually fell 42 % down below 3 ,000, and then once it hit that bottom, that was the start of the reversal for a much bigger move. 94 days later, it pumped 587 % to 9 ,600. 2018 was a similar story, but it was going the other direction. Yeah, from start to finish, Bitcoin only fell 5%, but from the start of October to mid -December, Bitcoin fell over 50%. In 2019, the bulls got trapped because Bitcoin pumped 12 % in the first three days of the month, and then it fell almost 30 % the next 26 days. That was one of the biggest drops of that year, but at the end of the day, from start to finish, it was only recorded as a 13 % loss. Do you see what I'm getting at here? Yes, it is a bearish month historically, but taking it at face value of the drop could be deceitful based off of the bigger move. Look at 2020. Overall, it was a very bullish year, a 300 % move to the upside from start to finish, but September was still a bad month. In the first four days, we crashed 16%, and the rest of the month was spent recovering from that crash. The net loss was 7 .5%, but look at the bigger move. From the start of October, Bitcoin spent the next almost 200 days pumping 500%. 2021 sort of follows the same idea. We all know that 2021 was the year Bitcoin put in its all -time high, and although September from start to finish was a 7 % crash, the fall that month was the higher low that led to the all -time highs. Always take the bigger picture into account. 2022 is no different. Look at the overall bearish trend from the terrible time we had last year. I remember the buildup to the September bearish sentiment, and the market did its best to trap the traders. The first six days of the month, Bitcoin stutter -stepped down 7 % below 20K, and right when everyone went short, thinking it was going to crash down further, it rebounded 23 % from top to bottom in the next six days, trapping the bears. When the bears got trapped, it rebounded past 20K and past the 50 -day EMA, so now the bulls thought that it was going to retest 25K, and everyone went long. Naturally, again, the bulls were the ones who got trapped, and from top to bottom, Bitcoin fell 20 % back under 20K in the next six days. September last year, Bitcoin battled in a big range, fighting over the 20K level, but if you're only looking at the month as a whole, start to finish, it only lost 3 .1%. My point here is that there is always more to the story than just A to B returns for whatever month, and sure, September is bearish, but it always leads to the bigger move. Even last year, after the fight for 20K in September, Bitcoin put in its local low in the 15 ,000 two months later. So of course, you're thinking, AJ, what's going to happen now? Look at this chart on your screen here. Do you see that yellow line across the middle there? That's around the 25 ,200 level, and this is the support resistance level that is the deal breaker in my eyes. The bigger picture for 2023 has been bullish overall, but things have been a little scary since the high in July. As of right now, Bitcoin is above that 25K, but if it loses that same level and puts in a lower low, that would structurally break its pattern in a big way, and that could be the precursor for the future bearish action. On the flip side, that same support resistance line we're headed to could act as a big spring that projects us back up to the 30 ,000 and put in another higher high. What scares me is that when we pumped up at the end of August and immediately got shut down, that rejection counts as a higher low. We got rejected from the 200 day moving average, we got rejected from the 50 line on the RSI, we're looking bearish on the momentum oscillators, and the current price action is dead smack in the middle of a low volume node. There's not another big spike in volume until we get around the 23 ,000 level, and if we did fall to that 23 ,000, that would be a break of structure and I would expect more downside from there. Listen, you guys know me, you know my style. I'm not gonna sit here and tell you it could go up or down. I'm going to tell you that that support resistance line is the deal breaker, and as much as I hate to say it, my guess is that we are going to lose that line and continue down before we turn around for the pre -halving pump. To be fair, I think that the bottom is already in, and whenever we turn around from the dump that's about to happen, that is going to be the higher high that takes us up to the next bull run. Let me know what you think in the comments down below. Am I being too bearish or are we gonna bounce off the support resistance line? Catch me in the price prediction department this Sunday, and that's all I got. Have yourself a great weekend.
A highlight from Ep365: 4 Things To Help You Improve As A Podcaster - Richard Walsh
"What you want to do from the business podcast standpoint, it builds authority. When you do a quality podcast, again, you're bringing on the right guests. Oh, you're presenting the proper contact. Builds a lot of authority, gives people an easy access. It's free. They can listen. You can build that know, like, and trust factor and really get that authority stand in front of them. Most hosts never achieved the results they hoped for. They're falling short on listenership and monetization, meaning their message isn't being heard and their show ends up costing them money. This podcast was created to help you grow your listenership and make money while you're at it. Get ready to take notes. Here's your host, Adam Adams. What's up, podcaster. It's Adam A. Adams, and I've got a returning guest today. His name's Richard Walsh. We will connect you with the previous episode he was on more than two years ago, which was episode number 45 in the 350 or 360 or three 70 range. But back over 300 episodes ago, he was on the podcast about two years ago. What that means that I'm averaging three a week. I think that's what it means. Three episodes a week, Richard Walsh. His bio is in the show notes. You can check out the other link when he was on his company link is in the show notes and also his podcast itself. So that way you can follow him, check him out, get to know him, hire him. He's a business coach. And the podcast name is E .T .O .P. What does E .T .O .P. stand for again? So that's E .T .O .P. Escape the owner prison escape. That's the title of my best. That's right. I remember my best selling book and I modeled that up. Hey, you know what, Richard? When I was looking at your Facebook, we're connected on Facebook. I thought it was interesting. The regiment for your son. Can we talk a little bit about that? Yes, I love to talk about that. OK, all right. So right now he's doing three workouts every single day. What is this like? So he's going in the Navy, OK, which we wouldn't be doing three workouts a day if he was just going to the Navy. I'm a Marine. OK, he's not going to be a Marine because they don't need to. And we'll leave it at that. OK, no offense. The Navy guys out there, they say the Marine Corps is a department of the Navy, but it's the men's department. OK, so I've never heard. I like it. I love being, you know, I'm not original. So he was going, what's called the buzz program. So that's basic underwater demolition seals training. So he wants to be a Navy seal like it's and everybody does. And they'll go in there and there's a 90 percent fill rate. OK, and most of that's even in the first couple of days. OK, well, he's not going to be that. OK, he's going to make it. He's under no delusions of what it is, knows exactly what he's up for. So we embarked on about two and a half months ago. We did about a five month program to get him ready. So my whole goal is to increase the probability for success. OK, so obviously it's a huge physical demand, but really the real demand is mental. OK, they break you, you break. And it's not as long as you don't quit. You'll pretty much make it if you got the head for it. OK, so but physically, again, the increased probability of success. We need to train properly. OK, so I'll give you a real quick what he does. So in the morning, we do a 45 minute conditioning workout. So that's a lot of body weight and includes pull ups, pull ups, push ups, squats, lunges, burpees, you name it. Like we do a ton of stuff, you know, probably body weight or maybe add weight and stuff like that very hard, do 10 sets of that. So we'll do 100 of everything. You'll do 500 reps of stuff in the morning from there would go directly about less than 30 minutes from there. He'll do a six to 10 mile run, which is hills. We're in a very hilly country out here to do a six to 10 mile road run that in the afternoon we go back for pool and he'll do one to two miles of combat side stroke freestyle to work on training water, of course, underwater on your breath. So he actually trains on that as well. It was a boxer as well. We're doing last two years, so we will occasionally do bag workouts or as he did last night, went and sparred eight rounds with four different guys. So we do this five to six days a week, depending on the six, they will vary. And we also have what you saw today at our house in the yard. It created kind of a little outdoor training. So we'll do like an 80 pound log carry for 60 yards. He'll do 10 burpees. He'll do 60 yard bear crawl. He'll do an 80 pound log carry for 60 yards. He'll run with the 35 pound med ball extended above his head to simulate the boats they run with for 60 yards. Then he'll do a 20, a 20 foot rope climb, and they'll come down and take a 50 pound dumbbell and do a single arm farmer's carry, which is just carried at his side, he'll go 35 yards out, switch hands, do 35 yards back. And we'll do that five times. And normally do that right after his six mile run. And we'll do them. So that's three different workouts and it sounds crazy. And it's cause he wants to be in the men's department. Well, he says, yeah, well, yeah, he does, but you'll see it. I train with seals and everything else too. So they are the elite warriors of the world and he wants to be an elite warrior. Okay. That's what he really wants the skills and stuff like that. So, um, and he has a no quit mindset and that's why. Speaking of no quit mindset, I quoted you and I loved it. I loved the quote says, as long as you don't quit, you'll make it. And I was in junior high, middle school. And, and my band director made us memorize quotes. And one of the quotes I could actually a few of the quotes were about persistence and determination. Not quitting, not giving up one being from Calvin Coolidge. And he basically said like, it's not how smart you are. It's not how intelligent you are, even how educated you are or how cool you are, how funny you are, how good looking you are a lot of those things don't really make somebody successful, but what makes somebody successful is never quitting, never giving up. And so like when we're starting a podcast, it's hard, it's brutal. And he's about to go to, I guess it's probably called hell week or something. Is that what it's called? Yeah. In the program buds itself is like 35 weeks long and that's in like week five. Hell week is week five. Okay. Okay. So yeah, it's a lot more than people. Yeah. 35 weeks, nine months or something with basic and airborne school. It's almost a year to get the whole thing done. Okay. And well, so first and foremost, I want to take something that you mentioned that I think you've taken with you to your business also to your business clients that you mentor, you coach them also to your son, the mindset that you've had to be successful, the mindset that he's having to be successful. And I'm extracting this as long as you don't quit, he'll make it. As long as you just keep getting back up when you get knocked down, you'll make it. And I am curious how this can tie into you and your journey. I know you have episode 45, 45. You were on for episode 45, and I'm sure you've gotten knocked down in the last two years. It's been over two years since you've been on. I'm sure you got knocked down as you were starting your business or you started your podcast. How would you feel just to share some of the trials and how you got through them? Just a few ideas, two or three trials that you've gotten through to get to where you are right now. Absolutely. I'll give you a quick quote too, about losing and quitting.
A highlight from #424 No Monkey wrench in the engine. Today you will enjoy a smooth ride. Rich created the one and only way to make clean energy that works all the time, its free and has no exhaust except an occasional back fire here and there. RICH IS A GENIUS! Matt is a Head case and he knows it. $ 3000 can be a great investment for not making you smarter. Episode #424 August 25th. 2023
"And Divine is, as always, Small Saturday is on a Friday, we are beyond our lunchtime which turns Friday into Small Saturday, August 25th, and this episode is 4 .24 from This Mic Rich! And from This Mic Matt. Wow, yeah, that was good. Yeah, I liked that. Well I decided to concentrate this time and not be spacing out. Well that was a good idea because a lot of times, you know, I don't even know you here, sometimes you're sleeping. Well, that's true, but then there's other times that I might just throw you off and I just didn't feel like doing that today. Not today? No, you know, you're usually very professional when you start out and you have all the essentials and you know, things ready to go and then I start throwing monkey wrenches into the engine and it could start setting you off, so I decided I might just try to behave today. Yeah, you know what, by the way, listen up, this is something you need to know, okay? You can't believe everything you hear. Yeah, that's true, just like you can't believe what I just said. But let me just say it again, you can believe everything you hear. You can't believe it? No, no, but you can repeat it. Yeah, that's true. Like what you just did. Yeah, exactly what I did. You're playing mind games with me. No, I don't, I don't have to, you have, yesterday. You know, you keep playing these games. Well, two days ago you said you have army of brain cells gone. Yeah, what I think you're doing is trying to push me into having to lay down on a couch and get some counseling. Well, I don't think that would help. I'm starting to feel like with all these little innuendos and little things that you're saying is that you're trying to tell everybody that I'm a head case. Well, everybody knows by now that you are, so I don't have to do much of work. I mean, that's pretty clear. All right. By now, everybody knows that. All right, I'm fine with it. You've been working on it a very long time, you know, to be very clear that you are head case. Yeah, that's it. That doesn't take you too much work. I asked somebody one time, I said, you know, how much did you pay to get that stoop? He looked at me like, and he played along with it, he goes, about $30 ,000. 30? $3 ,000. Why? What did you pay for? I don't know, nothing. He just picked a number out of his you know what. So now every time I see him sometimes just joking around like we do, I ask him, yeah, how much you pay? He goes, about $3 ,000. Well, nice. Well, I mean, if somebody asked you that - It's kind of cheap for today. Yeah. I wonder what it'd be inflation wise. It's good investment. 30 ,000. Anyway. I mean, I kind of like it when I can look stupid and be stupid because - Yeah, no responsibility. Not just that, it's just nobody wants anything from you then. Oh, yeah. You're taking me along. Hey, he's stupid. Yeah, it works for me. It works for everything. That's good. I've been doing this for years. Yeah, you're an expert. My grandfather always told me, hey, listen, if your wife, if you're married and your wife asks you to vacuum the carpet, you need to play stupid. Yeah, really? How do you do that? He never explained that, but he says, if you don't, you're going to be vacuuming the rest of your life. He was so right. Yeah, I mean, you guys had electricity behind the Iron Curtain, didn't you? Oh, well, sometime. Well, you probably could have used the excuse of just walk around with the cord in his head pretending like he doesn't know where to plug it in. I think what they had, they had a central station somewhere where they put all these people that protested against the communists in jail and they were on the bicycles. Bicycles where else? Where else? Already echoed it. Four days ago. Oh, my gosh. And so if they just got tired and tuckered out, electricity no more, everybody's off their bicycle. So when they say here in the United States, they say, hey, we need to save the energy, solar and all this, and I go like, huh, just put the bicycles in the jail, you got so many skinny people. Oh, yeah. Yeah, right. That's good. Nobody thought about that yet. Keep them occupied. I think there's like just in the state of California that one state has 33 prisons. It's better than Windmill. I think it's anywhere between at any given time 120 ,000 to 160 ,000 inmates. I mean, how many bikes you get every one of them a bicycle? I would just like, listen, it's better than Windmill. Yeah. It works all the time. Yeah, it works all the time. Three shifts, right? And then just like, hey, Mary just turned on the oven, let's go, boys. She's baking cookies for police department. Don't let her disappointed. And it's kind of a way for them to give back to society, restitution. Yeah. Hey, you only got about 50 million more cycles to do. Imagine. Have a meter up there. How many watts did they create that give each prisoner a certain amount of money for every watt they create? It would be a problem if Mary was the lady put you in jail and you paddle a little faster to burn the cookies. I remember you. Or get aggression out instead of actually, you know, creating another crime and doing something horrible to Mary. You take it out on the bicycle and create more energy. Yeah. What is the company that, you know, they have this TV in front of that and it's like a stationary bag and you, they sell them, it's like $3 ,000 and membership and all this. That's a better thing. Look at you. You were far away from bicycle. I don't think they made bicycle for this weight limits. I think it would have been a better $3 ,000 to be spent on that bicycle than paid $3 ,000 to get stupid. Yeah, exactly. I have a friend and he proved to be stupid for $3 ,000 because he bought one. Yeah. He bought one for his wife. What was he trying to tell his wife? No. You need to, you need this thing. No, she wanted it. Oh yeah. She asked him. I thought he might've been saying, Hey, you need this cause I think you're getting a little fat. It's not a way to kind of send a message, but she wanted it, she wanted it for Christmas. It's this bicycle. I forget the name of it. Somebody would have figured it out later. And they sell it in the water side shop. They used to have this store there and, uh, uh, she, she Peloton is called Peloton. Oh yeah. You don't know. How would you know? So they had this store and you know, you pay membership and again, I give a paddle with people and the screen and you know, it's like a, almost like I think it was like a video game. You playing with other people. Yeah. And there's a person, you know, that looks like a real person, but it's recorded. And um, so she asked him to buy the bike right for Christmas. He was like, now I was doing the Fauci virus. Everything was shut down. Well, I'm home. I need to be moving on those. And he was like, now she told me big before the Christmas when I was supposed to get that right. So we ordered that and um, we were sitting here and he said, well, it's going to come within a month or whatever. So after Christmas and I said, I gave her two weeks and then like six months later, I forgot. He came here and he looked at me and says, it's, it's in the, uh, it's in the storage. I said, what is it? Well, that $3 ,000 bike. I said, why are you moving? No, it was not even two weeks. It was less than two weeks. She shoved it underneath of the bed, so I put it in the storage. You should have told them to put it in a garage sale. So then something happened. There was a recall or something like, uh, some, whatever it was, something wrong in the bike. So he read that somewhere in the newspaper that Peloton is offering a exchange or return the money. He immediately returned the money. That thing was out of the storage and back into the store and he got his money back. So he was stupid for $3 ,000 just for a little bit. Yeah. Not very long. And then he came back to his senses and took it back and got his $3 ,000 back. There you go. Let's go to officials. Why don't you go to officials? But we created now the perfect example, how to occupy people in jail. Maybe they can get a little money out of it. I mean, or at least pay restitution for all their bills. The court case, you know how much it costs to run court victims, you know, get repay victims for, I don't know anything about that, but I'm just saying instead of solo systems and all this, we can have, you know, them doing something, but you're, you're smart. It's killing two birds. Yeah, you are. It's killing two birds of one stone. You're genius. Thank you. And they're, they're, you're a genius and they're getting exercise. They're providing energy, a cheap source of energy that's not, you know, ruining the ozone layer. Unless they're farting. And then they can take whatever monies they're making from the kilowatts and whatever they pay an inmate when, you know, like in their industries and work and they could pay the people back. If somebody steals my idea, I'll sue them. We just said it here. Yeah. Right. Okay. It's recorded. Right. There's a timestamp. And I think it'd be good. It's just telling that you got the idea from, from, from your grandfather and living behind the iron curse. Yes, exactly. So, so it's 11 PM on 25th of what is it? Small Saturday. Friday. Yeah. Of August. Now that's the timestamp right here. If somebody dared to steal my idea, we'd have consultation. Right. What are we going to do to them? Just let it go. Do you get some shank? Yeah, don't shank them. Somebody will shank them. Right. Yeah. That's it. We don't know yet who. Yeah. You never know. Or they might, you know, you never know. Something, something that happened. Yeah. God will send somebody with sandpaper as a toilet paper or whatever. 50 grade. We are 50 grade. Instead of 220. Essentials of officials. Julian Bruce Traquita, Apache Music. Thank you for all the tunes. Divine Spa, official sponsor. Still, what, six days to go. Wellness Month. Booger massage in our spas. Couples massage. If there's rain or some, you know, just want to relax, do something for yourself. August is the Wellness Month. So, use it. Don't abuse it. Beachesos .com. That's the website that you need to know because weekend's coming. Whatever you need, we'll bring it to you from our website. 250 items. We do it quickly with style. With our mini truck and lights. Oh, yeah. Yeah, with a big red cut. What's the weather? Well, you know, the weather is, again, it's going to be 93, they say, today. And it's going to be a low of about 76, I believe I read. And it's clear as a bell all day today. Is it? Yeah. I like that. Very little clouds. Well, there's something coming, right? Yeah. I see there's X's on the maps. I don't know what that's supposed to mean. Well, we don't want to, yeah, I guess there's some tropical storms out in the Atlantic. Yeah? Yeah. That's X's. But once we, yeah, X's and O's. Oh, you know what? We're going to talk about X's and O's today. What have you been doing 452 on Thursday? That was yesterday afternoon. Have you been around airports sometime? Why? Because yesterday wasn't Tuesday. What's wrong with you? Thursday. Oh. That was yesterday. You said Tuesday, I think. No, I said Thursday. I know what I'm saying. I know what we'll do is we'll just listen to this. We're going to end up listening to this. All right. So what have you been doing? I've been... Nothing. Nothing. Okay. So just so you know, you missed the tornado. Oh, really? Was that up in Cape Coral? No, at the airport road. Oh, wow. One roof and nine cars. That's it. Oh, you know what? That's crazy. And you didn't report it as a weatherman. You didn't even say it. I did tell... Listen to me. Yes? When I gave the weather report for Thursday, I told you that it was going to storm... Let me see if I could be a sage. Oh, yeah. You said that. I said that it was going to have rain very bad at between five and six. Yes. You said that. I apologize. Yeah. You need to. Sincerely, categorically. Right. Sincerely, categorically, I apologize. Thank you. And I could... You know, I could probably... But it says five. This was 452. Okay. So I was... I take my apologies back. All right. You were wrong. You're an Indian giver. I heard it the other day. Yeah. All right. So University Hodge is closing in four miles. Did you know that? I did not know that. Yeah. So they're going to cease to exist. Operations are over. I don't know what happened, but that's the news. You can Google it and you can find out more about Hodge University. You wonder with everything consolidating and with the Fauci virus and all these types of things, how many of these institutions are going to be closed anyway just with technology? Everything is done by the computer. Well... I mean, why do you need the commercial space? You don't have students coming to the classroom, which I think is not the greatest thing. You know, you don't have that human interaction. It's important. So I mean, the social... I mean, we're social human beings. You know, like what I would do... Like monkeys? Yeah. If you don't show up here, what would I do? You tell me. I don't know. Well, I can tell you. Right. I'll be alone. Well, you'd be alone, but you wouldn't be... You wouldn't be doing nothing. Well, what I just found out is we cannot longer provide the quality educational program that we have provided over the past 33 years. And what was that? That's what the statement says in the university. That's what I'm saying. According to the university faculty, advisors are working to establish partnership and trying to reopen. But I don't... I mean, maybe the problem is also additional to that. You know... That's just financial challenges. But declining also number of the teachers. I mean, seriously, it's expensive for people to live here. Yeah. Yeah, it is. And not on a teacher's salary, but also just the total cost for education. Would it cost somebody to go into debt to... Yeah. You know, so in order to keep the institution going and paying your professors and all that, you need people to be signing up for classes and paying tuition. Yeah. Maybe it's just the whole kit and caboodle that's the problem. Maybe we have to start thinking as a society, you know, what's a better, more efficient, cheaper way to educate people? Does that make sense to you? I mean, listen, I've been asking a long time, what I mean, the education is one thing, but you know, what are you learning in the school? It's a lot of times, you know, some of the things are very old school books and you're learning something like which you're never going to use. So, I mean, that whole thing needs to be restructured. Yeah, I would think it needs to be more restructured. Remember when we were talking yesterday about the trades, right? Let me just give you a little bit of philosophy from my perspective. I like your philosophies. So what you have is that we kind of have this like cookie cutter thing. It actually comes from a Prussian educational system, believe it or not, out of Germany. And it kind of made its way here into the United States and we kind of made it like a factory type of industrial factory deal where everybody goes through the same thing and they get their little stamp of approval in this paper. You know, everybody, let me ask you this. You think everybody's called to be a doctor? No. Do you think everybody's called to be a pharmacist? No. Everybody called to be a lawyer? I think everybody would like to be. Well, especially you. Does everybody have the same intellect? Is everybody's IQ the same? Well, in this room I can tell no.
A highlight from 1381: Bitcoin Will Touch $100 Million By This Date - Fidelity
"In today's episode, I'll be breaking down the latest technical analysis, as well as breaking news. This just in, BRICs to officially abandon the US dollar for trade settlements, quitting Max Kaiser. This is what happens. The BRICs following up on Russia's big win in the Ukraine will launch a gold -backed currency. The reaction from NATO countries will be fatally panic print fiat money. Also in today's show, analysts issues a dire warning for Bitcoin and says Bitcoin price can plunge below the 2022 lows. I'll be breaking down these targets. As well as Glassnode founders predict Bitcoin will soar to new highs sooner than expected. And I'll be giving you a hint, it's a six -figure target. Send it and let's go. As well as ex -Goldman Sachs executive Raoul Pal predicts crypto hits $10 trillion valuation after family offices and institutions arrive. We'll also be discussing breaking news the Bitcoin halving can take the Bitcoin price action to $148 ,000 per coin by July 2025. According Petterra to Capital, we'll also be discussing our main story of the day and that's Fidelity, one of the largest asset managers in the world. They're predicting the Bitcoin price to touch $100 million. I'll be sharing their date as well as their latest analysis. We'll also be taking a look at the overall crypto market, all this plus so much more in today's show. Yo, what's good crypto fam? This is first and foremost, a video show. So if you want the full premium experience with video, visit my YouTube channel at cryptonewsalerts .net. Again that's cryptonewsalerts .net. Welcome everyone. Just tuning in. This is pod episode number 1381. I'm your host JV and today is August 24th, 2023. Checking out our market watch, which you can see here on the screen. Unfortunately, we didn't hit 27 ,000 though. We got quite close yesterday. Today we corrected back in the red with Bitcoin barely holding on to 26 ,000 as support down two and a half percent for the day. We also have Ether down two and a half percent trading at roughly $1 ,650 and checking out coinmarketcap .com, the current crypto market cap sit just above that trillion dollar milestone with roughly 30 billion in volume in the past 24 hours with a Bitcoin dominance at 48 .3 % and the Ether dominance at 18 .9%. And checking out the top 100 crypto gainers in the past 24 hours, we have Bone leading the pack, no pun intended, up 12 and a half percent trading at $1 .43, followed by Render up two and a half percent trading at $1 .46, followed by Immutable up just 1 % trading at 58 cents as virtually all the major alts are currently correcting and in the red as we can see here on Crypto Bubbles. And checking out the Crypto Greed in Fear Index, one of my favorite indicators, shows we're currently rated a 41 in fear. Yesterday was a 37, last week a 50 and last month a 50 in neutral. So there you have it. Welcome to everyone just joining us for our live stream today. I appreciate all the live support as we receive here each and every day. Without further ado, let's now break down our Bitcoin technical analysis and check out the charts and what's popping with the King Crypto in the markets after last week's massacre that brought Bitcoin from about that $29 ,000 level to $25 ,300, which is a new two month low within a single day. The asset started to show enhanced signs of stagnation. Now the next several days, including the typically less volatile weekend, were quite boring with the Bitcoin price standing at around $26 ,000, which is precisely where we're at at the time of this recording. Now the only more notable move came yesterday when Bitcoin fell by over $500 ,000, but recovered those losses almost immediately. And as such, it had calmed at around $26 ,000 before the bulls stepped in on the gas pedal and pushed it north $800, which resulted in a six day high, which sits at $26 ,800. So as of right now, Bitcoin has lost some steam, but it's still practically broke even for the day. We're down 2 .5 % at this time. And also we can see the altcoins obviously getting wrecked as well. So the altcoins suffered just as badly and even worse than Bitcoin plummeting last week, and they failed to produce any substantial gains for the following days. And I'm actually curious, which altcoins are you currently bullish on, if any? Let me know your honest thoughts in the comments right down below. And now let's actually check out this tweet from Watcher Guru, who points out just then the BRICS to officially abandon the US dollar for trade settlements. And Max Keiser wrote, this is what happens. The BRICS following up on Russia's big win in the Ukraine will launch a goldback currency. The reaction from NATO countries will be fatally panic print fiat money as that money printer continue to go. He also said that this is announcement number one, abandon the US dollar. Next they'll announce a common gold backed currency. And he quoting himself here from Najee Bokele, Nax is always right. So preach and shout out to Max Keiser and Stacey Herbert of the Kaiser report. Now how many of you have been following BRICS? We have been covering this story here on the show. Now, many nations all united together for the de -dollarization of the US dollar and introducing a new currency, which is allegedly going to be gold back. So it'll be interesting to see how all this plays out. All I know is this only keep in fiat what you're willing to lose. Take that to the bank, pun intended. Now let's break down our next story of the day and discuss new lows, which could be incoming as per crypto analysts. I'm going to be sharing some of these targets and then we'll get into some of our bullish price predictions. So I like to cover the lows as well as the highs. Here we go. Bennett tells his 111 ,000 followers on X that Bitcoin can plunge by nearly 50 % from the current price. Holy moly. Wouldn't that take us like, what, south of 13 ,000? Using a chart showing Bitcoin had fallen out of the ascending channel that it has been stuck in for about a decade, Bennett says Bitcoin could plunge to slightly below that support level of $14 ,000, acting as a strong resistance zone between 2018 and 2020. Now, I'd like to point out, as you all should know, the current low for this cycle is 15 ,700 we hit in the fourth quarter of last year. So this analyst is ultimately saying we could potentially expect a new low of $14 ,000. Let me know if you agree or disagree with the analyst, quoting him here. I posted this Bitcoin chart showing macro resistance at 29 ,000 to 33 ,000 back in March. 31 ,800 was the recent swing high. That's right. It's the annual high for this year's 31 ,800. And he goes on to share, guess what comes next? Well, according to Bennett, a Bitcoin plunge could be set off by the S &P 500 falling by double digit figures, quoting him here. What could trigger it? The SPX doing this, correcting by over a quarter of its value. It'll be interesting to see if August finishes as a bearish engulfing month. Now earlier in the month, it's also worth noting, Bennett predicted that the S &P 500 stock index would plummet if it failed to go above 4610 points reached in July. Now the 4610 level is SPX lowest relative high to the 4820 points recorded back in January of last year. Quoting the analyst again, a 27 % dump from the SPX is more than possible if this confirms as a lower high. We have already seen significant breakdowns from other indices and big names like Apple. So don't rule it out. Imagine the carnage in the crypto market if this materializes. So there you have it. Let me know if you agree or disagree with the analyst. I like to keep all scenarios open for a possibility or probability. I think it is less probable to happen than to happen. But even if there is a 10 or 15 or 20 % chance of that playing out, you should be prepared. Now with Bitcoin, it's great because when the market drops, you seize the moment. Keep stacking them stats, BTFD, DCA, dollar cost average. And when the price goes up, you just count your blessings and you're grateful that you were stacking stats during the bear market. So either way, whatever comes ahead, we're going to capitalize and continue winning because that's what we do here on Crypto News Alerts. Now let's discuss this $144 ,000 price prediction by Glassnode founder in 2024, which is right around the corner. We also have the Bitcoin halving right around the corner. So let's break this down, shall we? The co -founders of the crypto analytics firm Glassnode think Bitcoin can soar towards a new all -time high faster than many analysts and traders expect full send it. Let's go. Glassnode co -founders who share the Nijentropic Trop, whatever you pronounce that word, handle on X, predict that the US dollar index will peak at 106. The US dollar index is a measure of the value of the US dollar against a basket of six major currencies valued at 103 at this time, according to MarketWatch. Now the founders of Glassnode predict that the US dollar index hitting its peak will set the stage for the prime Bitcoin environment. Send it. A peaking US dollar index suggests that investors are starting to make their capital work and risk assets such as cryptocurrency, quoting them here. Up next, Bitcoin aiming for $37 ,000 before soaring higher in the autumn as outlined right here in this chart. I sure do hope they're right. Now the Glassnode co -founders also share a chart that projects Bitcoin will surge more than $144 ,000 per coin by early 2024. As outlined right here in this chart, you can see that top peak is hitting $144 ,000. Wouldn't you love to see that? They also go on to share that oversold indicators hint at potential short -term gains. However, keep an eye out for the risk signal plateauing at 100, suggesting a consolidation phase until the demand dynamic shift, which is outlined again here in this chart. Now with Bitcoin currently trading at 26 thou, the top ranked crypto asset is roughly 62 % down from its all -time high of more than 69 ,000, which it achieved back in November of 2021. That's right. So great time to be stacking stats at a 60 % discount, I'd say. Wouldn't you agree? Let me know. And how many of you have been doing just that and buying the dips? Holla at your boy in the live chat. Like I said, at the end of the show, we'll be reading everyone's comments out loud. Now let's talk about the latest from the ex Goldman Sachs executive, the one and only Raoul Pal. He's predicting a $10 trillion market cap. As you know, the current crypto market cap sits just above $1 trillion. So he's ultimately saying the entire crypto market is to 10x. Then we'll break down Pantera Capital's latest $148 ,000 price prediction and followed by Fidelity, one of the largest asset managers in the world, predicting the Bitcoin price to hit $100 million per coin. Then we'll dive into our live Q &A. Former Goldman Sachs exec Raoul Pal predicts that the total market cap for cryptos will soon soar to $10 trillion as institutions pour into the digital asset space. In a new interview with Binance's sales manager, the macro expert says financial institutions are likely to follow family offices, which typically take on higher than average risks into crypto investing. Quitting the analysts here, I think in this next phase, the next bull market or the next business cycle, we'll see a mass onboarding of institutions. I have seen this space before. Usually it's the family offices that are first to take the risk. And we have all seen that in this space. Many family offices were the first to invest because they are freer to do what they wanted with their own capital. As I have said, most of the institutions have done work, including the investment banks. And so now they just need price confirmation and then they'll be in. So I think we'll see a lot of that. Paul believes that institutional investment in crypto will be large enough to drive the total market cap of digital assets to more than $10 trillion. More than triple its $3 trillion market cap peak, which was hit back in 2021. Quitting him again here, the asset class at peak was $3 trillion in 2021, the same year we hit the all time high of $69 ,000, just FYI. It's almost impossible for the retail investors to continue this pace of adoption. It needs institutional capital as well, which drives out the ongoing adoption curve. So my view is still by the end of this cycle, this space is probably $10 trillion plus. And that happens because of the institutions coming into the space, offering more products to their clients. And he continues. So institutions coming into the space tends to mean that BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager, offers a product to their network of advisors. So it allows more money to come into the space via different mechanisms. An example, aggregated mechanisms of funds as opposed to individual accounts being open on Binance, for example. So there you have it. Let me know if you agree or disagree with the macro guru that were likely to see a $10 trillion crypto market cap, more than 3X the peak that we reached in 2021. Let me know in the comments below. And to watch this video he did entitled Binance VIP Voices, episode one with Raoul Pal from Real Vision. Check the show notes below the video in the description. And now for our next story of the day. And that's Pantera Capital predicting the Bitcoin price to soar above $140 ,000 in the coming times ahead. Let's break down this outlook and then we'll cover the latest from Fidelity. And their $100 million Bitcoin price prediction. Here we go. And if you'd love to see a $150 ,000 Bitcoin price for the cycle peak, let me know. In its latest blockchain letter released on August 22nd, executives at the crypto asset manager doubled down on their Bitcoin bullish price forecast for 2024 and beyond. Now the Bitcoin price performance depends heavily on its halving cycles. Pantera Capital argues with the next due within the coming 12 months. In fact, the next halving is scheduled to be in April of 2024, less than nine months. Take that. The firm is betting that historical trends shall continue. Bitcoin, it notes, tends to put in a cycle bottom and top roughly equal lengths of time from each block subsidy halving. Facts, which cuts the number of Bitcoin paid to miners per block by 50%, quoting the firm here. Bitcoin has historically bottomed 477 days prior to the halving climb leading into it and then exploded to the upside. Afterward, the post halving rallies have averaged 480 days from the halving to the peak of that next bull cycle. That same theory suggests that the 2022 bear market bottom marked the current Bitcoin price cycle bottom, quoting them here. If history were to repeat itself, the price of Bitcoin should have trough December 30th, 2022. And looking forward by the halving date in April of 2024, Bitcoin could be trading at around 35 ,000, something that is still on track to accomplish. I'd say that's quite conservative considering that's just a few more thousand from where we're currently at. However, what happens in the 480 days afterward involves not only a new all time high, but so much more. Quitting Pantera here, the 2016 halving decreased the supply of new Bitcoins, only one third as much as the first. But interestingly, it had exactly one third the price impact. The 2020 halving reduced the supply of new Bitcoins by 43 % relative to the previous halving. It had a 23 % as a big impact on price, Pantera stated. The next halving is expected to occur April 20th, 2024, roughly, what is that, eight months out. Since most Bitcoiners are now in circulation or Bitcoins, each halving will be almost exactly half as a big reduction in the new supply. If history were to repeat, the next halving would see Bitcoin rising to 35 ,000 per coin before the halving and 148 ,000 after the halving. Now, 480 days from the April 2024 halving makes Bitcoin scheduled to hit its next all time high by July of 2025. Let me know if you agree or disagree with Pantera. Now, Pantera is far from alone in predicting a six figure Bitcoin price high beyond next year. We also have optimistic forecasts, including those based on Bitcoin's so -called lowest price forward metric, which this month showed Bitcoin passing the $100 ,000 mark by 2026. And naturally, there are a lot of bullish metrics predicting six figures plus, including the stock, the flow. Others also believe that $100 ,000 is possible not before the next year's halving, but some analysts are saying we can hit $100 ,000 before the halving. So I'd love to know your thoughts. Let me know in the comments right down below. Welcome, everyone, just tuning in to the live show. Now let's break down our final breaking story of the day. And that's a $100 million price prediction per coin for Bitcoin as per Fidelity, one of the world's largest asset management companies. They control currently over $4 trillion in assets under management. The other year, they were maybe as high as $8 trillion. So you know, it fluctuates. But again, one of the largest asset managers in the world. Let's break this down, shall we? While several retail analysts have been given some crazy targets for Bitcoin, this time investment giant Fidelity has made some mind blowing predictions in its recently held very special webinar. Just FYI, this prediction was made back in September of 2021 on $100 million by the year 2035. And a few months later, he ultimately said, I think we're a little bearish. Let's raise it 10x to $1 billion per coin by the year 2038. So I'm going to be breaking both of these predictions down for you here in just a moment. Now Fidelity has been in the crypto space for a while. The financial giant has its own crypto subsidiary offering enterprise grade Bitcoin custodial services to institutions, drawing inferences through the stock to flow model by Plan B. Fidelity has put forward a $100 million price target for Bitcoin by the year 2035. And furthermore, it sees Bitcoin touching a $1 million price target in a decade's time. Bitcoin's exchange guide was the first to report about it. Shout out to the Bitcoin exchange guide. Now Jarian Timmer, director of Global Macro, was the host of the webinar, and he shared several charts helping the audience understand Bitcoin. Now, is it even a realistic expectation for Bitcoin to touch that $100 million mark? Although we have 15 years of the time horizon to touch these targets, it seems unrealistic at this point, one of the crypto analysts on Reddit noted. And furthermore, Timmer also shared charts showing the Bitcoin adoption curve based on its active address count. He also showed an interesting comparison with internet users, broadband subscriptions, as well as mobile phone users. And interestingly, the webinar put some light on the purchasing power of different asset classes. Stocks were the clear winner, followed by bonds and cash. The purchasing power of the US dollar stood the least. The yellow metal, aka physical gold, isn't even doing better at $94, whereas the inflation index has skyrocketed to $65. And after staying under pressure for the past two days, Bitcoin ends on another attempt for $50 ,000. And again, this was going all the way back to 2021. So a few months later, Jarian Timmer, head of Global Macro at Fidelity, makes another very prediction interesting that the Bitcoin price is not going to $100 million no more. It's going to a billion dollars per coin by the year 2038. So let's talk about how realistic this could be. To support his forecast, Timmer employed a combination of models and charts with a particular focus of the stock to flow model and his own demand model. These analytical tools form the foundation for his primary prediction. And you could actually see in this chart brought to you by Fidelity, the above demand model employs Metcalfe's law. And according to this, the number of its users grows linearly, a network's value or by inference, the Bitcoin price grows geometrically. This means that the utility and the adoption of Bitcoin are expected to grow more rapidly compared to its network of users, exchanges, ATMs and participating retailers. Therefore, this model predicted the Bitcoin price to reach $1 million by 2030. And let's talk about that really quick, because we also have other major, major influencers in the space, including ARK Invest's Cathy Wood, also predicting a $1 million Bitcoin price. We have Michael Saylor, we have Max Kaiser, we have Plan B of the stock to flow model, and the list goes on and on. But anyways, back to this prediction. In contrast, Timmer stock to flow supply model noted the event of significant price surges during each halving event. Consequently, when considering this model in conjunction to other factors, it foresees a price range of $1 million to $10 million for Bitcoin by the year 2030, virtually the same prediction as the stock to flow model. Timmer's demand model is more inclined towards reflecting the bottom of the Bitcoin price. But on the other hand, the stock to flow model seems to provide a better approximation for the peak of the king coin. However, it's worth noting that the disparity between these two models widened significantly beyond the year 2030. The reason behind the gap is expected to be the changing value of the dollar. Can anyone say hyperinflation coming to the USD? Timmer proposes that the value of the dollar undergoes fluctuations over time when compared to other assets. For instance, if $1 was invested in stocks during the 18th century, its present day value would be about $4 billion. That's crazy, right? And similarly, Timmer implied that if $1 million is invested today, it can grow to $1 billion in a span of 20 years. So he's virtually saying, want to become a billionaire? Just invest $1 million into Bitcoin and HODL be thy name. This further revealed that the purchasing power of the dollar has significantly reduced due to the factors like inflation as well as depreciation. Thus Timmer's statement implied that keeping a fixed amount of dollars for many years may lead to a reduced purchasing power due to the assets changing value. And I think he makes a great point as Michael Saylor called it. It's like a melting ice cube keeping fiat currency in the bank. It just makes no sense whatsoever. Now check it, over the last few years, an increasing number of companies are taking over the $1 trillion market cap mark. As a result, it is foreseeable that in the next two decades, 20 years, the concept of a trillion dollar valuation will become more common so much that individuals themselves could be worth a trillion dollars or even more. The scale of numbers may even reach the quadrillion range. I already know for a fact people like Michael Saylor and CZ, the Binance CEO, will become trillionaires. Mark my words. And despite Bitcoin's historical growth, it has recently faced a significant setback. Bitcoin's network activity had diminished. Well again, this is tracing that back. Higher network activity likely increased transaction volume. Well something I have to point out, yesterday as I covered in the show, we just reached a new difficulty adjustment, the highest it's ever been. The hash rate continues to go up and as Max Keiser commonly says, the Bitcoin price follows the hash rate. So we'll likely see how the Bitcoin price will likely play out, you know, by the time of the next halving, which again is what, eight, nine months away in 2024. And then of course, by 2030, will the Bitcoin price be a million dollars or $10 million? Will the US dollar be hyperinflated by that time? And could this be a realistic scenario by the year 2038? One bit, oh shit, one Bitcoin, but we can literally hit an insane $1 billion price value for the king crypto. So, let me know your honest thoughts in the comments right down below. And don't forget to check out cryptonewsalerts .net for the full premium experience with video and to participate in the live Q &A. And I look forward to seeing you on tomorrow's episode, HODL. Actually at the end of the day, in today's show, we'll be breaking down the latest technical analysis as well as breaking news, BRICs to officially abandon the US dollar for trade settlements, Max Keiser's response. This is what happens. The BRICs following up on Russia's big win in the Ukraine will launch a gold -backed currency. The reaction from NATO countries will be to fatally panic print fiat money. We'll also be discussing analysts issuing a dire warning for Bitcoin, says Bitcoin can plunge to new 2022 lows. I'll be sharing all of his targets as well as Glassnode founders predict Bitcoin to soar to new highs. And I'll give you a hint, it's in the six -figure range. We'll also be discussing ex -Goldman Sachs executive Raul Powell predicts the crypto market to hit a $10 trillion valuation after family offices and institutions arrive. We'll also be discussing breaking news the Bitcoin halving can take the Bitcoin price action to $148 ,000 by July of 2025, according to Pantera Capital. We'll also be discussing our breaking story of the day, Fidelity expects the Bitcoin price to soar to $100 million per coin by the year 2035. We'll also be taking a look at the overall crypto market, all this plus so much more in today's show.
A highlight from NEW COVID VARIANT HERE NOW!! (What will crypto do?!)
"I think we all know that this video is going to be shadow banned and probably going to be removed by YouTube. But I'm going to speak my mind here and I'm going to show you what's actually going on because there is talk of a new COVID variant and I want to show you what's going on so that you're up to date and you know exactly what's happening. I know you think I may be blowing things out of proportion, but just just have a look here and tell me what what you make of this COVID is making a comeback this summer. So many of us would like to leave it in the past, but cases are once again on the rise. So when will new booster shots roll out? And Thompson asked the CDC director. So COVID is on the rise, but when will the new booster shot be out? Does that remind you of anything? Does that maybe remind you of of the old COVID, the old COVID lockdowns? What's going on here? What are the what are the the the motives here? Why is this coming back and why is this coming back right now? Is there actually a new variant? What is it all about? We're going to speak about that. We're also going to speak about Bitcoin because look, Bitcoin's under the 26 ,000 level. It's not really an emergency just yet, but the real like emergency I would say is if you look at total three, which is the total alt market cap, excluding Bitcoin and Ethereum, and that is now back at levels of just after the FTX collapse. So this is where the FTX collapse was. And if you look at where total three is, this is where total three is. It's the same levels as it was just after the FTX collapse. Now, the question is, what is the future of of this altcoin market? What's it what's it going to do? What's it going to do in the near future? And speaking of COVID, if you look at the Bitcoin RSI, which is the sentiment indicator on Bitcoin, you can see that the RSI are so oversold that the last time that the RSI were oversold is here at this previous COVID low, which where Bitcoin was 3 ,875. So I mean, is this a coincidence that the two COVID lows are or the two RSI lows was at the previous COVID pandemic, beginning of the previous COVID pandemic? And this one again is at the beginning of the new COVID pandemic. We're going to talk about that. Also, a big day today on the NASDAQ, because today we have Nvidia reporting results. You can see Nvidia has had a huge tear this year. I mean, a lot of people actually talk about this rally being the AI rally and the stock that has led the AI rallies in video and they're reporting earnings today. If the earnings if Nvidia's earnings beat forecast, then NASDAQ rallies and probably continues to rally towards an all time high. disappoints If Nvidia today, then we probably see a 5 % correction in the NASDAQ. And then you're going to get the bears coming out and saying that this is we're entering a bear market. So big day today on the NASDAQ. Also, we're going to cross over to BRICS to see what's happening in BRICS. I know that Vladimir Putin spoke. He spoke about the dollarization. The Brazilian prime minister spoke about the dollarization. So we'll touch on that. And then I'm going to show you some tokens that I'm actually looking to buy. Now, I want to just say I'm not buying yet. I'm getting ready to buy. I'll show you what the tokens are and why I'm getting ready to buy. And I know you're probably looking at this and going, are you crazy talking about buying tokens when the market's like this? But that's what I'm going to show you. I'm going to show you my rationale and my thinking. So lots to do today. Let's get in. How scary to think that the IRS is actually back at pre -COVID levels, that the sentiment is actually back at pre -COVID levels in the last time that this happened, Bitcoin was at three thousand eight hundred and forty dollars. And I think we then had a rally of seventeen hundred percent. Yeah, sixteen hundred seventeen hundred percent rally after the IRS eyes were this low. So I wonder if the pattern is actually going to repeat itself. Also, I wonder if we're going to get lockdowns again. I wonder what the motives are. In fact, I don't wonder. I'm going to show you what I think the motives are for this this new whisper of COVID lockdowns about a year and a bit before the elections. I mean, look, it's definitely coincidental. There can't be there can't be anything else to it. It has to be coincidental. So we're going to talk about that. We're going to talk about the Binance FUD, because I think that's that's something we talk about. Yeah, lots to talk about, lots to talk about. So listen, if you are new to the channel, obviously subscribe, subscribe, subscribe to our channel, the fastest growing major channel in crypto. If you have been here for a long time, you know the show is going to get shadowbanned. I know the show is going to get shadowbanned. We spent the whole morning deciding whether we wanted to actually talk about that. And we decided that we would rather bring you the truth and not get censored. And if we lose views or if the channel takes a bit of a knock, so what? And the only way I can you can help me get out of this is smashing the like, putting positive comments and helping us get completely, completely, completely unshadowbanned. All right. So let's get into the meat and potatoes of the show. So, yeah, let's quickly look at this. So we've got Sheldon was showing me the Bitcoin chart today, showing me something quite scary. I don't know if I if I actually believe him, but he says, look, if you look at where this rally in twenty seventeen, the rally that took us out of this started, you can say the rally in twenty in twenty eighteen actually started in, say, twenty fourth of December. If you look at where this year's rally started, pretty much more or less the same time, twenty third, twenty fourth of December. Then he says, OK, when did we top? When did we top on this? They can let you can say, look, we topped somewhere around twenty fourth of June or near July. And if you look at this, when did we actually top somewhere around June or July? And he's saying, look, we are following this trend. We are following the cycle. If we do follow the cycle, we could have quite a long way to go before we get to the same levels here. And I do think that we are following the cycle. I want to actually show you. So if we look at the pre -harving cycles, I don't think there's anything different in in the cycles. You can see that we have a a downtrend, we have an uptrend, we have a reaccumulation zone. And then as we get to the halving from the halving, we really start climbing. So I don't know if this year is going to be that different. It looks like the cycle, as much as I hate to say it, it does look like the cycle is is playing out very similar, very similar to two previous cycles. We're also getting in the cycle while this is all happening, we are getting the short term holders capitulating. So if you look at the short term holder, the short term holders, they completely, completely, completely capitulated while the smart money is actually starting to accumulate at this level, at this level of the cycle. And what you see now is you're seeing a whole lot of FUD on Altcoin. So no, Benjamin Khan saying, look, there is a chance that, you know, Solana goes back to eight dollars. I've seen the bear saying that that we could go back to to to a Bitcoin price of nine dollars, nine thousand dollars and twelve thousand dollars. Remember that in this part of the cycle, in the bear part of the cycle, the bears get to be right and they get to tell you that they're right just for like a short period of time because bears will keep calling the market down. They'll keep telling you that Bitcoin is going down to twelve thousand and whatever else. And they'll be right for like short periods of time. But long, long periods of time, they won't be right because the market will just continue to go up and continue to go up. So let them enjoy their moment in the sand. I have been actually looking at the rainbow chart now. You know, I mean, initially I was obviously very, very, very skeptical of the rainbow chart. How the rainbow chart works is it tells you whether Bitcoin is overbought over here. Yeah, it's like maximum bubble territory, serious set of FOMO intensifies. Is this a bubble huddle? Still cheap, accumulated by and basically a fire cell. And as much as, you know, initially I was quite skeptical about the rainbow chart. If you look at it over a long period of time, it actually is quite right. And you can see that right now we're entering the we're in the buy zone and we're entering the basically a fire cell. So there's not actually that much panic on Bitcoin at the moment. Sentiment is bad, but it's not like it's not extreme fear. People are scared, but people aren't very, very scared. And that's why I'm not really ready to start buying old coins yet, because I think that there'll be better opportunities. I'm not saying don't start dollar cost averaging, but don't spend all your money now. And the reason why you probably shouldn't spend all your money now is because we're not at the point where people are panicking. People are getting demotivated. People are getting depressed. But remember that that's what this part of the cycle is designed to do. This part of the cycle is designed to depress you. That's why it's called the depression phase. Now, if we are here and we do have this accumulation left to go, I really hope that the accumulation isn't as long as the previous accumulation, because you can see that it took about a year and a half from that point to get to the same level in the last cycle. I don't think we're there, but I mean, you do need to prepare yourself for a marathon and you do need to prepare yourself to take maybe a little bit more losses if we follow the previous cycle. Be that as it may, as I said, I think I'm in the camp of this rainbow chart, which basically says, look, when prices start coming down to the bottom here, when they start reaching this oversold territory, just keep accumulating slowly. But the main thing is stay in the game, because I showed you that I showed you this here. I'll show it to you again. The main thing is that you've got to be here when these one, two, three, four, five days happen and one, two, three, four, five, six days happen and one, two, three, four, five, six days happen. The whole increase in the price of Bitcoin, 100 percent increase was here over 24 days, eight, eight and eight or seven, seven and seven. So I think you've got to be here. You've got to be here when this happens. So don't get demotivated now. Don't give up now. Now is probably the best time to to actually be accumulating. And I'll show you a bit later what it is that I'm actually accumulating and why I'm actually accumulating it, because a lot of people were talking to me about my tweet yesterday. Let's look at the bubbles. Oh, I'm loving the bubbles, Josh, I must say, and actually, to be honest, it's actually not only me loving the bubbles. I see Kasper is down seven point two eight today, maybe getting into my buy zone. Not yet. Not yet. Robert also down six point five three, also not in my buy zone yet. I mean, as I said, I am loving the bubbles. For those of you who don't know, there is a morning banter research call. Just click on newsroom over here. You'll see that we have a call in 17 hours added to your calendar and then you can join our morning research call. Also, if you want to search for a token, like, for example, if you don't know where Solana is, just search and you'll see it actually starts flashing. So we've built that functionality. And I think a lot of people are starting to notice bubbles today and now you can see earlier yesterday who's back streaming, by the way. And I actually I love his videos. So he he was also one of the people that really helped me when I when I started banter. He was one of the guys that like really, really helped me with the channel. So good to see him streaming again. And yesterday on his stream, he actually spoke about banter bubbles. Let's get to a really good tool. This tool was created by Crypto Banter. It's called the Banter Bubbles. And I want to be clear here. If you've been on crypto Twitter or if you follow this industry closely, none of these names will be a shock to you because these have all been talked about a lot on crypto Twitter. I'm not the first person talking about any of these. But one thing I think is really easy is you go to the banter bubbles here and you go ahead and you set it over to the year. And this gives you the highest performing tokens over the last year. And you can also say top one hundred, top two hundred. So good to see that other streamers are actually starting to to notice banter bubbles.
A highlight from Keith Guinta (Encore Continued)
"United States Border Patrol has exciting and rewarding career opportunities with the nation's largest law enforcement organization. Earn great pay with outstanding federal benefits and up to $20 ,000 in recruitment incentives. Learn more online at CBP .gov slash careers slash USBP. Folks, welcome to the Eric Metaxas show sponsored by Legacy Precious Metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals. Visit legacypminvestments .com. That's legacypminvestments .com. Welcome to the Eric Metaxas show. They say it's a thin line between love and hate, but we're working every day to thicken that line or at least make it a double or triple line. Now here's your line jumping host, Eric Metaxas. Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to my friend Keith Junta and we're talking about this ministry. It's so beautiful. Wipe Every Tear. You can find it at wipeeverytear .org. And if you're just tuning in, Keith, you and others, you go into the Philippines and you rescue young women from the sex trade. It is just, I mean, I have to say, you know, listening to it, obviously I've never done this and I think it's really brave of you. It's a big deal to go into these extremely spiritually dark environments and to do this. And I just want to say thank you to you and to all those who do this because this is, it's real. It works. You are changing lives about as dramatically as lives can be changed. And you don't have to do this. You can just play golf. I could. And, you know, a common question you touched on it right there is, is it dangerous? You walk into a bar and now you're taking their product away. I mean, if you do this, I would assume that, you know, the local mafia, I don't know what they call it in the Philippines, but I mean that, you know, the pimps, the people making money off of this, these bars, whatever, you're their enemy. Yeah. They tell the girls, we've heard that Kenny's picture is in some of the dressing rooms in these bars. And now Kenny is the head of this ministry, the founder of Wipe Every Tear. They have his picture up in there and the traffickers. So get the irony of this, the demonic twisted nature of the traffickers telling the girls, Oh, Wipe Every Tear, they're organ harvesters. You don't want to go with them because they will take your organs and sell them. And so that's how they paint us. Now, one of the ways that we've been able to battle that is through a feeding program. So today partnered with a church called Church So Blessed, such a cool name for a church, Church So Blessed. We partner with them 600 meals a day, fresh hot meals, put in little boxes, bags. The van pulls up in the center of the strip and we walk and deliver six days a week. And so these people that want our organs are feeding us, why, to fatten us up? Or maybe they actually do love us. Maybe they're actually good people since they're feeding us. And the feeding program has not only, you know, Lord, when did we see you hungry? When did we feed you? I tell you, when you did it to the least of these, you did it to me, not for me, by the way. It was two. And so that feeding program, it feeds their bellies, but it has also given us one more inroad because ministering at night in the bars, it's loud. It's smells. There's bad stuff happening. Late afternoon, you're bringing the meals. The girls come out and they eat and you get to talk with them and they get our card and they get to learn more about this. Well, you talk about revival happening. In other words, this is more than just a few isolated incidents. There's a movement. Something is happening. When I went on this trip, my third one, I said, Lord, I, we can do this, right? As Christians, we want the testimonies. I want that great story. I want three great stories. And ultimately, why do we often want them? Because it makes us look good, right? I was really struck with that on this trip. I said, Lord, you're going to do what you do. You're going to rescue these girls. You're going to transform. But I want to see beyond just the take home stories because I've got a ton of them. They're incredibly engaging. But Lord, is revival bigger than just that? You know, was Billy Graham's effect just really the number of people that came forward and made a decision for Christ or was something happening in the nation that was far greater? Yeah. We're in seeing Angela City, because we're on the street six days a week feeding people, we send teams in there four or five times a year. We're in the bars at night. We have been warring in the unseen world for the glory of God to come upon this place. So we were there on this trip Saturday night. We worshiped, got onto the strip, and it was surprisingly not crowded. It's a Saturday night. This is the peak time for exploitation. And we're walking down the streets like this is kind of, it's not how I remember. And we went into a bunch of the bars and we were letting the Bethel team do a lot of the ministering, but we were in the bars as well. And I noticed there's more girls dancing than there are men in the seats. What's going on? There were empty seats on a Saturday night in these bars. I think that this is, this is strange. Sunday morning, we're staying in a hotel right on the strip. It's right around the corner. And it's quite frankly where men bring the girls to do their exploitation with. And so we're used to that. So we would wake up for breakfast, go up to the rooftop buffet, and that's where we would minister to men. So all the men would be, they don't travel in packs. They tend to be isolated. Oh, I was going to say, travel alone. The shame, because there's shame, and it's just so awful. And so there will be men scattered around the rooftop buffet, and we would get to know them. We would sit with them. We would minister God's love for them. And I know that sounds so counter, so counter -cultural. But look, on the one hand, you want to kill them. But then when you understand these men, these exploiters are broken. They're sinners and God loves them and wants them to repent and to change. And so it's perfectly correct that you would try to reach them with the love of Jesus. And you find out they were abused as kids. They're divorced three times. Their wife cheated on them. Their kids have abandoned them. Again, only Satan builds an empire where everybody is just broken and tragically lost. But Sunday morning, we're up in the breakfast area. There was no men. This is Sunday morning. This is after the biggest night of the week. There were no men having breakfast. Is the idea that this trade not flourishing anymore? We look around and there's worship music, not just playing in a Muzak speaker. On a big PA, worship music is blasting on the roof. And it's not because, had nothing to do with us. They didn't know we were there. So I go over to the waitress. I go, what is this music? And she goes, oh, it's my playlist. I said, they let you play this? Oh, yes, yes. And I said, do you love Jesus? She goes, oh, I love Jesus. And we realized, like you said, the leading indicators for trafficking right now don't look good in Angeles. And I do believe the years of worship, the years of feeding, the years of praying. We anoint the door. When we walk into a bar, we anoint it with oil before we walk in. This stuff has effect. We're not going there just to get a list. Who made a decision for Christ? You know, Evan Roberts talks about the great Welsh revival, and he talks about how everything changed. It wasn't just salvation. Right? Look, that's page one of the gospel, right? That's page one, right? God is writing a whole book once you're. And Evan talked about how the pubs emptied, crime diminished, and the horses no longer responded to vocal commands. Why? Because the men stopped swearing.
City of David Foundation's Ze'ev Orenstein Shares His Story
"We're back with zeb orenstein director of international affairs at the city of David foundation based in Jerusalem. By the way, you can follow him on Twitter. And I have great to have you. I thought it'd be great for people to hear how an American Jew born in New Jersey. Ends up being a representative of a key representative of the city of David foundation doing archeological excavations as we speak and uncovering amazing stuff that we're going to talk about. But talk a little bit about your story. So I grew up in New Jersey in a traditional Jewish family and went to Jewish day school. But one of the things that wasn't focused on in the school was a significance of Israel and the modern Jewish State of Israel. And so I grew up in new a lot about the Bible and safe and things like that, but Israel not so much. After high school, I go for a gap year to study in Israel. And during a weekend Sabbath in Israel, we spent it in the old city of Jerusalem. And one of our teachers rabbi mori ruble, he gets up. And he starts speaking about his experiences growing up in the 1967 Six-Day War. Now, leading up to this war, you have the nation's Arab nations surrounding Israel. Speaking very openly in Arabic in English and every language, we are going to destroy Israel. This is 19 years after Israel's reestablishment, about two decades after the Holocaust. And they're openly saying we will destroy Israel. In Israel, they were preparing parks to be future and that's graves, expecting horrific casualties. The American Jewish community in 1967 was begging Israel to send the children to America so that in the event that Israel's destroyed, there will be a surviving remnant. And yet, not only does that not end up happening. But in 6 days, Israel, Israel, nearly quadruples in size. Returning to Jerusalem to the Temple Mount to the city of David to the old city to the mount to olives to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the stations of the cross, places like bethel, Bethlehem, check him, Shiloh, Hebron, all the places that are biblically significant in 6 days, Israel returns to all of these places in so many others.
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"six days" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast
"Less mental health issues. Do these people have better lifestyles? What is different for them? Because I can't imagine life without an inner monologue, but B, it must be so quiet, but is that quiet and fury and are those people wishing they did have it? Or is it because you don't really know what it's like so they're wishing for something like that whole be careful what you wish for sort of scenario where. It's not as wonderful as you'd like to think. But yeah, that just it baffles me that there's people out there regardless of how many or few. That don't have that and I think that's part because there's been a few things actually again I've gone off on a tangent but fuck it. A couple things recently that have been cut up my attention to be drawn to and it turns out that it's all linked to my symptoms. The one because Heather and I were listening to the ADHD adults UK podcast because kind of figured it might help her try to understand me and that and obviously it's helping me understand me. But I thought it might be good for us to listen to it as a couple. And I listened to my podcast and audiobook so usually 1.21 .3 times speed. And she was called the talk and so fast and like yeah because I got it sped up. And I put it down to normal and that was much better for her but for me it's quite painful. Not so much the adult UK one, but because I changed it on pocket carts, it's changed the speed for all of them. And I find it quite painful because and minor probably quite painful just because I'm talking, but obviously sometimes I talk quite slow, it's like labored, trying to get the words that sort of thing. Which is weird because that's the thing that I struggle with and when people can't get to the point, it feels like I'm getting a headache and I want to strangle them because it literally feels like it's killing me that they've taken so long to tell whatever it is their talent. Yeah, I'm guilty of doing the same thing. But I think it's because in my head the words are like the thoughts are happening super fast. And I just can't get the words out in that same fashion. But yeah, so there was something else and it's completely gone out of my head now. Oh, so yeah, when we were over Heather's moms and obviously everyone was talking and Heather, there was a subject they were on about and Heather did a mean. We are.
"six days" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast
"Obviously a lot of people's accounts have been like pre COVID. I've heard their stories. So I don't know in the current way the world is how this maybe changes the dynamic of getting the diagnosis. Would be harder or easier or just same difficulty. So yeah, we'll see, I'll try and do an update on that. But yeah, looking to get some miniature videos done. I think when I get the ones that I've asked I ordered from random encounters, I will record everything mistakes and all so I kind of want it to mark the journey as well so like I could look back on it and if I do improve. I can see how much so I think sometimes when it comes to self improvement and whatever else because we were there for every day of it, we don't always recognize. Moments when we maybe should be proud of ourselves. Moments where there is a definite sign of change, I think the only time really is over a prolonged period where you where you're made to look back for whatever reason and kind of take stock of a situation, obviously if it's a weight loss journey, usually you've got pictures from the beginning of the journey, you've got your weight, which you check on a regular basis and stuff like that. You've also got your physical feeling. If you feel healthier, if you feel fair, but other things, it's sometimes harder to have and obviously one of my bigger problems is a term I've mentioned before that I learned the metacognition matter cognition. Where. You struggle to think about thinking and how much of that is me how much of that is like anxiety in our monologue being a bitch I saw a statistic the other day actually while I remember just while I'm on the subject, which I didn't think it was that high but a partly close to 50% of people don't have an inner monologue. Now I always thought it was lower much lower double figures like sort of 13% I read. So I don't know if this is true or if this was just 50% in a particular study but if that is in any way reflective of an overall sort of figure for the world, that's really fucking shocking to me because. I want to know if that's a good thing. Like do these people have
"six days" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast
"First two, but the at least on PlayStation and I mean they haven't remastered. Any of the others. Because I think Marie comes in in curse. And then we see him again in. Escape and I don't know how. Because I think I don't really remember playing curse but I must have because I remember first ever meet and Murray. And I always thought meet hook was in the games more as well. I didn't realize. That that wasn't the case, but that's the weird thing about childhood memories. You like obviously when you have sweets and stuff and granted some things obviously do shrink like I read somewhere that someone had an old school tin of quality street. And that old school ten from like the 70s or 80s can fit for current quality street tubs. How shade is that? Like we're paying more for so much less than what we used to get. Fucking mantle. Anyway, I'm just on a fucking complete ramble now. But yeah, other than that, there's not really much else to say, so I'm gonna have to fund the doctor tomorrow. It's one of those situations for those in the UK I think it's the same across the board nowadays I thought this is localized, but. Where you have the ring when you open and then you just get the ball ache of the lanes being busy hanging up on you and then you have to make at least 40 to 50 attempts, if not more to actually get through to reception. My one concern is that in a way I'm glad it's going to be a full appointment. But. My concern is that I think. Some of the things need to be judged visually, which seems backwards because I hate being looked at and I hate people judging me. But I think obviously some of the elements of my symptoms are conveyed more through the physicality, you know, like the body language and stuff like that.
"six days" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast
"Feel he gets overused. And I know he's the main, if you want to call it that, the main villain. But I do think a lot of other villains just live in his shadow. Which is a shame because D.C. I mean both marvel and D.C. have a good stable of rogues, but I don't know, obviously D.C. typically is a bit more darker. For a long clay face, I loved clayface's character in Batman the animated series because his story was quite tragic. You know, he was, he was an actor who got suffered. Really bad disfiguration. And I think his his backstory, I think, hits much harder than any other villain. Because obviously his thing was through the fact that his livelihood was based upon his looks. As an actor, which I think anybody, whether you're good-looking or not, you can understand that because we live in such a. World where it's so shallow that everything is based on appearance almost. It's like how you look is the sort of the currency, the unofficial currency of the world, and yeah, it's quite a heartbreak and a heartbreaking story. And it's almost like it's almost like a Shakespearean tragedy, really. Because I think he features and Gotham night. So I haven't encountered him yet. I think I saw him in a trailer or something. Or he might have appeared in the opening kind of footage, and I like that it was ra's Al Ghul or Rachel girl. They pronounce it ration, but most other things he's pronounced as RAS. But I like how. I like his arm. I love the fact that tali is in it, because again, for anyone who doesn't know, my second born, she is called Talia. After.
"six days" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast
"Those roles when significant performances have been done. By specific individuals in the past, it is quite a big deal. I'm just talking shit now because I'm trying to fight Steven universe and Harley Quinn. But like, you know, from what I've heard so far, I do enjoy the performances. I do like my favorites to play as so far. A nightwing red hood's a bit clunky. I don't have many greats to be honest with you. With the game, the bike, the bad cycle, I feel part of me. That could be made to have a bit more oomph like it could do with a boost or the ability to upgrade it as the game progresses. I do miss because I went and know when it was going to be nothing like the Arkham games. But trying to traverse the city. Without being able to glide and glade booster and stuff like that, that I do find a bit of a pain. But obviously, I think they call it knighthood where you can unlock. The ability to like each one has a unique ability to traverse the city, so that's kind of what I've been doing because you got to stop ten premeditated crimes. As each character and they've got their color to do list for other things as well. So that is something I've just kind of been graphed and on as well. The story seems from what I know of the story so far it seems pretty good. It's not, it's not your usual thing. So far anyway. I know the core of I will come into it. And it's good to kind of have the emphasis away from the drawer because I think that the problem, even though I love the Joker and I relate to his character so much more now I'm older. I.
"six days" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast
"As well. And I think that's my rejection sensitivity, we are. You know, people aren't being off with me, but I build up my head that they are the angry at me that somehow pissed them off. You know? So, yeah. Obviously this is a bit of a just me blurt and because I haven't recorded for a while and I can't I'll be on a I'm playing Motley versus while I'm doing this and normally when I'm recording a podcast, I'm just sat there talking and I'm not doing anything else. So yes, I am distracted. But I feel Anita because I've got to do my daily. I've got to get my shit done. I have so from the game inside, obviously, I've started playing games that I had been hauled off for streaming. And it's so nice now, not to have to think, oh, I'll keep that for a stream and kind of deny myself the joys of a game and then I end up playing it like super late. I've been playing Gotham night, so I started playing that yesterday. I've played about just under 7 hours, and I've barely done anything story. So I've just been too busy doing stopping crimes and. I don't even know if they're classed as side quests, but yeah, doing them. I quite like the game. I can see how it could get quite repaired, but I've done, I think, four nights. And I've played as all four characters now. Wow. Actually, I'm on my fourth night. I've started as Robin. I'm a bit disappointed with the voice acting. Just because there's nobody from my. The voice acting is good, don't get me wrong. It's just obviously the iconic characters that. I'm so used to because I pretty much equate everything to the animated series. That is Batman. That's my Batman. And obviously we had the person of Kevin Conroy. Which I mean, that fucking hit hard because
"six days" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast
"I think I've been able to kind of show. I had quite a few busy days mind because my daughter turned my eldest daughter returned 14 years. We went for we took her and her sisters out for food on Sunday. So it was quite a bit of driving. And kind of going places I wasn't familiar with and stuff. And it wasn't that bad. And I have quite bad anxiety, especially when it comes to places I'm not familiar with, especially when I'm driving. I get really stressed normally. But I was okay. But yeah, so it's been a busy few days, but I've been the least stressed. And it's been good. It's been quite nice, no one I can't do it. But it's just obviously when I guess I'm factual work and all this other stuff and I'm just spread thin, like the weekend. Was quite a social thing. Like a lot more for me because we went over heathers, moms, we had food and did some rapping and stuff. Like presence. We were there for about 5 hours. And her brother and his partner were there. from not really having done anything in a social capacity for about two weeks. To then do a two days of it. And I got to admit my spoons were like I was running out of spins. And my worry is because I always get worried I get too comfortable and then perhaps me be in the real me is too much for some people, especially when it comes to my language. But I think I was okay. I don't think I am bad as Heather or anything. So that's good, right? But yeah, very busy. But while I remember because this is part of what I was going to was going to be one of the main points in the podcast and I've not even fucking said anything about it. After two years, almost of living over Swansea way. I finally registered at the GP. I've been told I've got to leave a week after hand in the foreman.
Northern California Has Been Hit With A Startling Increase Of Wildfire Smoke
"Wildfire smoke is especially harmful to children and rural communities in northern california has been hit hard starting an increase in smoke and that's according to a new investigation by our california newsroom. Collaboration remember station k. Q. e. d. freda jabballah romero reports. On how dangerous air is affecting schools their high school sports events anchor. The town of willis california one hundred miles north of sacramento at a friday night. Football game in this of six thousand cheerleaders shake their golden purple pompoms case covers nearby mountains in this part of the sacramento valley as mega fires burn in northern california. When there's too much smoke. Schools cancel outdoor activities like football. Today's better obviously. Because we're playing the game. Stacey lancy has to teen sons one of them a student at this high school. she's also a third grade teacher and says the better quality is affecting students as far as kids going out to recess playing sports and kind of like overall health. We don't know why were having headaches. Runny nose was in recent years willows has endured ninety one days of smoke per year on average up from sixty six days a decade ago. That makes this town one of the smoky places in america. That's according to an analysis of a decade of federal satellite images by california newsroom and partnership with stanford university's change and human outcomes lab. The investigation found millions of americans from san francisco to boston. Are breathing a lot more smoke. From western wildfires in the small town of willows physician. Assistant brett brown regularly treats patients at the hospitals family clinic when their smoke in the air he sees more patients suffering asthma attacks intense migrants and stress. There's always somebody says something about well because of the smoke. Insert you no problem here. Whether it's you know. I haven't been able to breathe as well because my allergies are so bad or i haven't been able to see my mom and dad you know because of covet and now i can't even go outside so my mental health is so much
Inside Look at World’s First 3D-Printed Rocket
"Now to our series the new space race in our exclusive inside. Look at something that could revolutionize space travel. It's the world's first three d. printed rocket. Here's jacob board. It wants took thousands of american engineers more than a decade to get something into space. Now this company says it's huge three d. printers can make a rocket in two months. Maybe less we have a fourth generation printer if you haven't talked about publicly yet but it's ten times faster printing than this so instead of building a rocket few slides in sixty days. It'll take six days. Not only can the company make the big parts of a rocket like a nosecone but they can also make all the intricate components of the engines to one zero. The first launch plan for twenty twenty. Two relativity rockets is like a lower budget competitor to spacex carrying satellites for nasa the department of defense and a half dozen private companies at about a quarter of competing launch prices. But with one point three billion in funding it doesn't exactly feel low budget clients. I'm assuming are going to pay you enough to somehow make this all work more than enough to justify it. We make twelve million dollars launch from the customers. We signed up. We've signed up more launches than any other company in history before flying. Ellis doesn't just want to make deliveries into orbit though. I want to put a million people in mars. How far out into space do you think a commercial space industry can take it. It's really about the time line. And i think i liked it very much to back when we found founded the new world with christopher columbus. Yes certainly it'll be government. I dislike the new world was and then it'll transform into commercial. Ancient ambitions built on new
"six days" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Was there some of the voices from September of 2000 of one, and as we approach the 20th anniversary coming up on Saturday of the September 11th attacks, we've been talking to different voices of our own. You know, Yesterday we talked to Retired major Heather Lucky Penney. She was among the guard pilots who flew an unarmed F 16 into the air with the idea of flying into flight 93, of course. It crashed before that Today We're talking with Bart McCartney's, a local volunteer firefighter who saw the attacks and then joined others to drive to New York to help in any way they could. Bart. Welcome. Thank you so much, Steve. Thanks for having me or does the 20th anniversary signify anything is particularly of note for you or is 19 like 20 like 18 was like 20, or what are your feelings this week? Well, you know, see, that's that's really a poignant question. From the standpoint that you know that 9 11 was was such a near mark not only in history for us as a country but for me personally. Um, just thinking back and remembering on all of the emotionality of the response to going to New York what took place? And you know, now, 20 years later, I think looking back at it is we're remembering. 9 11 for me personally, having gone there as a volunteer first responder with a group of of fireman from Chicago that you know we need to really remember 9 11 for Or for what it was in terms of those Amazing heroes who gave their lives in the act of helping others were talking in talking to Bard McCartney's was a firefighter there, volunteered who drove to New York Manhattan after the attacks when you got there What did you find? Well, we left in the in the in the days immediately after, and, um when we got there it was, it was surreal is an understatement. Um, there was extreme devastation. You know, you had both the north and South powers down and the iconic picture of this of the second tower. Skeletal frame was still up. And there was, you know, multiple buildings that were collapsed and on fire and there was quite a rescue effort underway all across the site to try to find those. That were potentially buried and victims and, um, to say the least, it was It was just a deplorable sight. Um, with all of the rescue efforts that were under wake And we came as a group of volunteers and had the opportunity to get on the site and immediately went to work, helping in the digging effort in many parts of the site alongside the New York Fire Department. What was the breathing like? Or what was the atmosphere other than sight to smell? Things like that? You know it was it was, it was really not good. From that perspective, there was a significant amount of dust and debris that was everywhere due to all the collapse that had taken place around the site and Fires that were still ongoing and burning both underground and above ground. Um, as far as it smells goal. Um it was It was something that you definitely would never forget. It had a combination of metallic and oily tech fuel burning smell alongside, Unfortunately, that of a biological nature to it, And it was. It was very, very poignant and pungent the entire time we were working there. How long were you there, Bart? So we spent a total of six days, Uh, site and then another day and a half two days around the Greater New York area going to firehouses. As well and eating there. And I'm just curious. You know, I've been watching so many of us been watching documentaries. As we approach this anniversary. I've been watching the National Geographic one and I just wonder if you can Explain for me or describe for me, the state of being for the people who were there and who witnessed it. I mean, it must have been shocking for you to come upon it and see it. But To have survived it. Or to witness it live. Must have been particularly remarkable All well, without question. I mean, look, but to be clear, you know, both the fire service the 343 firefighters, the 60 police officers, literally the hundreds of first responders, the civilians and the good Samaritans that were in the building. They all worked in a fashion and on 9 11 during those unfolding the unfolding incident, you know to literally save hundreds of thousands of people. And they saw horrible, horrible and devastating things. And, you know, I think that That really speaks to the O the at the exact same time they experience those horrible things. There was this unbelievable sense of humanity and hope and kindness and heroism that was taking place. Around the entire citing around the city, and that continued on that entire time that we were there because those same people Were all coming together to create this amazing sense of humanity and positive human spirit and service and empathy and compassion. I mean, people were coming out New Yorkers. That were coming down. Not rescue workers are trained, Uh, response folks. They were coming down and making sandwiches from their own homes and passing them out. They were for medical services being offered to people around the site. There were clean clothes and work boots and tools and equipment being handed out every day. There were volunteers coming from everywhere in southern New York, who had just experienced this situation or were there creating this amazing sense. Of humanity and hope. While having to live through the trauma that they had just experienced part. McCarten is an area firefighter volunteer who volunteered to help in New York City with others from Chicago after the September 11th attacks. Part. Have you been back? I have. I have been back once, Uh to I mean, New York. I've been back multiple times on business and privately but have been back to the site once. And that was right before Covid struck in 2019 to see the could see the memorial site. And what did you think of it? Not to overuse the cliche of surreal It's still to me. To think of all the emotions that took place while we were there, Uh, to think of, you know, the way that we saw the site when we first arrived to, you know when we left to seeing it now, today and and really the respectful Place that it is in remembering all those who gave their lives and lost their lives there. Um, it's really just something that, uh, it makes me very proud is as a city of New York as a country as an American, that we We have such a reverend and sincere place that people can go to remember what took place there and at the exact same time it's it's a reminder of you know what a savage thing that took place on this country, But it Certainly if it left me with anything walking away from visiting that site again and seeing the state it's in today It reminds me that that 9 11 really Showed us what we are as a country as it relates to how we overcame and how we came together and how we were able to make something so horrible a strengthening component of who we are and making things better for each other. When times get really tough, barred McCarton of former firefighter who volunteered in Manhattan Thank you for your remembrances today. Steve. Thank you so much, And I hope you have a wonderful week. Thanks for your kindness and even asking me to do this. I really appreciate this to you as well. You're listening to Chicago's afternoon news. This is 7 20. W g. N W G This Labor day..
Despite Biden’s Assurances, Americans Held Hostage in Afghanistan
"It's more real than ever now even many in the mob the media recognizing what we have been brightly reporting that. Yeah we abandoned americans behind enemy lie ally wines and that they are hostages. Yup twenty four days even. Cbs news correspondent christina. Ricci fini reporting that multiple flights are being held on the ground and mazaar-i-sharif isseri airport in northern afghanistan by the taliban email sim by the state department of congress members. Explain the flights held by the taliban have permission to land in cutter but only this is our state but only quote if and when the taliban agrees to the take off okay. The taliban is holding them hostage. A congressional source tells cbs news. This is not the sean hannity news department. Cbs news so it's not exactly your right wing conspiracy telling you any of this anyway. There's a a group of people they have been now waiting for six days to take between six hundred and twelve hundred people including nineteen american citizens and permanent residents out of afghanistan or as we should now call it. The islamic emirates of afghanistan and the group teaches young women leadership through athletics told. Cbs yeah. they've been waiting for six days. Not well does that sound like a hostage situation to you biden administration is now even saying there's little we can do. We do not control their airspace. You kidding me.
Steps to Avoid Injury When You Aren't Training for an Event
"So i to quote just love to run and not training for anything and we have similar mileage. Although my weekday runs about six miles in weekday want weekend ones or eight to ten. So the three things that i credit to keeping my injuries at bay is foam. Roll nearly every morning. I do dynamic drills post. Run that i kind of probably talk about far too much on this show and i strength train them two hours a week. I string train Twice a week for an hour so Yeah those are. That's what i do with that kind of mainframe of running to keep me. you know. Not limping down the stairs and away from any. Pt's so what are what are your thoughts. Do i mean. I think that's really smart right. I think foam rolling is awesome. Staying strong is the second stool second leg on that stool and and the third one is. You know making sure that you're properly warmed up and cooled down at the beginning of a run. So i think you've got it there. Sarah i mean i don't know if she has niggles like i would say that might just be her body just talking to her a little bit and i mean that doesn't necessarily mean that she needs to go faster. I mean we can talk about that in a second. But i mean other things that she can do to switch it up. That might that without going faster. Are things like maybe going on a trail. Run every once in a while. That would change up the muscles that you use and you know slightly call in more your stabilizing muscles which might actually just put those nichols away. She can cross train a little bit. I mean i know she likes to run a lot and i understand that but making sure that she you know she does get something that feels like. She shouldn't push maybe get on a bike or get in the pool or the elliptical. Something like that for a little break. Yeah i do have to say that the years all blend together. But they're definitely time where. I was running six days a week just because i liked it so much. Yeah yeah and that was when i would kind of limp. When i walked downstairs sometimes people who would see me. You know like walk up to them so that they can kind of see me coming. They'd be like oh something wrong. Why are you limping. And i'm like You think i'm
"six days" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now in its sixth day, with families desperate for a miracle. Florida's governor, Iran, De Santis says rescue teams are working hard to bring closure for those waiting. They understand that in every one of those condominium buildings were people whose, uh, are different families world where we're all involved around them. Santa says First responders are breaking their backs trying to find anybody they can. The death toll still stands at 11 with 150. Others missing President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will visit the community on Thursday. President Biden is in rural Wisconsin today, pushing the need for an infrastructure package that would bring broadband to rural homes across the nation. It isn't a luxury Is now a necessity like water and electricity. This deal would provide for for everyone. Bringing down the cost of Internet service across the board. Biden says he'll continue being out there making the case for the American people until the infrastructure deal is passed. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, could be close to a plea deal in the federal civil rights case against him. W CCL cite sources who say Shove in would have to explain what happened when he kept his knee on George Floyd's neck for several minutes, which have ultimately led to his death, And the deal could mean he'd received 25 years on the federal charges. Which she would then be allowed to serve at the same time as he serves his 22 a half year state sentence for Floyd's death. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Nancy Lyons. Now back to you, Carol. All right. Nancy Lyon. Thank you. So much for listening to Bloomberg Business week, And this is Bloomberg Radio. This is breaking news from Bloomberg. And we do have some breaking news headline crossing the Bloomberg Terminal, Eric Adams leading in the New York City Memorial race, and this is of course, the ranked choice tally the city. Board of Elections here in New York City, releasing its first report of those ranked choice results today. Let's get more on this headline. Chili Banjo was New York bureau chief here at Bloomberg News. She joins us on the phone in New York City, Shelly that headline crossing Eric Adams at the top of that ranking. Yes. Yeah. So what we were able to see is that Evans emerged as still the leading candidate in the process if you include great choice voting, um compared to 51.1% of the vote compared to 48.9% Garcia. So you know, this process is an interesting one. It's a new one. The candidate right with the fewest votes gets knocked out. I mean, remind everyone how this process works. Um, yes. So basically, um, basically, uh, it's Ray choice voting. So you your last choice votes get eliminated, and they get re allocated to The rest of, um, he does. Yeah. I'm sorry. They get re allocated to, um, you know, do your second choice Twitter and then the third choice Center Fourth Choice Winner Fit Choice winner, and so eventually all the all the boats get. Re allocated the winner. Whoever gets the most amount of votes, so right now the situation is that they did the rain choice simulation figuring out and you know it's absentee votes were included. Who would be the winner? Eric Adams still becomes the winner, but but they still have to count absentee vote. So that is something that we're not going to get. Um That we're not going to get until next week. So okay, so okay, That will be the next kind of focal point for us. Do we care about kind of the rest of the ranking? We do, right? We do care about the rest of it, because what this is showing is that the race is narrowed. And so, um You know, it will. Absolutely belts will make a difference. And so this is still very much alive and active, brief and and so, you know, Eric Adams is likely to be the winner, but we still don't know and we'll have to wait until next week. It's interesting when you look at all of the candidates that were out there going into that primary ranking. What is it about? Maybe Eric Adams that you think resonated with voters. I know we talked with you. I know our whole media team was talking with you about the race in particular, especially coming out of the pandemic. Yeah, The big issue that you know, really resonate with people were Adams was able to, um, to rise up was all about crime. And so that's really the issue that he made the central issue and the one that continues. And you know, it is interesting in terms of what this city will ultimately need and what it's looking for, Uh, does this in your view based on what you've been following? Give us an indication of what will happen Maybe ultimately Or does Eric Adams faced some stiff competition in the next round? It's just going to be a matter of how the absentee votes stacked up, so we'll find out more next week. All right, we're going to leave it on that note. Shelly. Thank you so much. Shelly Banjo. She is our New York bureau chief here at Bloomberg News, joining us on the phone in New York City, and just again that headlines Eric Adams being the top ranked Uh, in that primary ranking here in New York City, so taking that top spot, All right, let's get another check on our world of business for that. Let's head over to Doug prisoner. He is in our newsroom. Hey, Doug. Hey, Carol. So we have about 15 minutes to go until the closing bell. The equity market has been in a very narrow range for most of the day. The Dow right now is up just about 1/10 of 1%. We have in the broader and secondary markets, the S and P and the NASDAQ extending record highs not by much leadership really coming from the infotech space volume today has been light and trading a little bit on the choppy side. We've got a 10 year Treasury yielding 1 47 so very little movement in the bond market. Terms of Echo data. U..
"six days" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"This year is going to be available on all the current platforms. Xbox one xbox series s x p. c. and of course playstation foreign five very interested to see about not only if it gets released but the kind of pushback blowback and controversy. It will create at that point in time. Because you know is going to be on a lot of people's radar then when it comes out so we're getting the jump on it this week. So i appreciate tj you talking about it. And i cannot thank you for your insight but before we had on my friend. I know you watched a little movie little flick out there all godzilla vs call you. Also get a chance to check that out. So share your thoughts before we cannot out on godzilla vs. It was a fun movie if you're walking into this experience expecting this greatest cinema of all time you. Us sally walking into the all. This is not that kind of movie minutes. One two hours just to sit there and watch and joy for a visual spectacle. It's not winning any awards. So if i had to rate it i'll probably read it like a six point five. Maybe a it depends on what you catch me. Maybe six point five to a six. It wasn't terrible but by no means. Imagination was a great fill. It was it was fine. It was a fun thing to watch. I enjoyed seeing the waited. The director liberties with the characters of king kong counselor. You definitely have never seen godzilla quite light this very very aggressive. Very fast very agile. Which is surprising. Because that's never been away as has been depicted in anything even the most recent of godzilla films. He's never been depicted as fast nimble quick. That's never been him so it's interesting. I mean you know we've seen this type of thing with other movies in pop. Culture references for instance. No when they dumbed down captain marvel. The director hasn't at a certain power level in india. Another director is out here. We've got to bring that down a notch. They turn god zillah. They turned king kong down. No big deal. It was still a fun movie to watch. It was enjoyable. I laughed. We all laughed at a few different things it was. It was fine but don't go in there expecting this revolutionary tale of good versus evil. Because it's it's not it. Yeah it and check it out. You're unsure of where godzillas loyalties.
"six days" Discussed on Digital Coffee
"Love this podcast. Support this show through the cast supporter feature. It's up to you how much you give. And there's no regular commitment. Just click the link in the show description to support now and welcome to new episode of digital goffin. I'm your host spread dyson view. Please subscribe usual. Coffee on a podcasts. Google podcasts spotify and imsa musically review it really does help with the rankings in the me no home doing but this weekend me talking about game updates but more importantly maybe talking about the indefens- of six days influ zsa. It seems like everybody in the media. Seems to not like this game because it's controversial and really does talk about a war that maybe we should have been. Maybe we shouldn't have been but not really going to be talking about the what ifs because the what ifs don't matter it's that we were in this war now. This game is graded because of some group of. That's one of the story to be told in more interactive way. So we talk more about that in general. But let's get on with the show. So i definitely dangerous has folly unveiled its alpha for its odyssey expansion. This allows you to actually be on foot into some foot combat. That's basically what it is. You can actually go out your ship and walked around the planet depending on what it is. But that's what it's really all about a play a little bit about it. It's pretty art. If you were just start out basically never do a fight because you'll die in a few seconds. It's that type of hard. But it's fun and interesting and i think it's a good pace to have dangerous have on foot mechanics instead of just either in your ship or not near ship. But that's it is still driving in the space flying and lv have the foot combat. So it's it's pretty good. There are some criticisms like the boring flight. But with your taxis so basically the same thing as if you're flying ship it's the same type of way of doing it. Some people like it. Some people don't but that is what really dangerous is. It does take a while to go from planet to planet or station to station depending on where you're at. So yeah that's really what it is. So i really understand the criticism on that one..
"six days" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Snowplows and work crews on the highways shaking up the team. Former President Trump hires new lawyers to run his impeachment trial which begins next week, remembering a hero, the body of U. S Capitol Police officer Brian Sick Nick, killed during the DC attack will lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda. Azzawi turn another page on the calendar. Some health experts believe another 200,000 Americans. May die from Corona virus in the next three months for nearly half a million Americans. The heartbreak has already hit CBS News 60 Minutes, correspondent Scott Pelley tells us the story of one family ripped apart by the illness. Then the medical bills in March, Andy Phillips, a Pennsylvania sales executive, went into the hospital as his wife, Trish, and their four Children suffered at home. Trish, You had Andy and Colin in the hospital at the same time, and you must have thought you could have lost them both. And my father in law was in the hospital, too. And his father and his father passed away from Cove it on April 28th and then Andy past May 31st Andy Phillips was a six day a week runner. He endured the marathon in the hospital for 65 days. Weeks later, Trish received a hefty envelope in the mail. It was addressed to Andy. It was an itemized bill. From the hospital for about about four weeks of his hospital stay. It came to a little over $4 million. It was months before she learned that insurance would pay. It was unsettling at the worst time, but her husband's memory helped her through it. Andy's battle really touched and changed a lot of people, and I think he'll continue to Help us. How does it change you? I'm definitely stronger. E thought it's just a different different future. For me. January has been by far the deadliest month of the pandemic, yet more than 95,000 deaths. In the United States. 7 18 clouds 24 in Boston for the moment heavy snow on the way the letter gets a meeting, Republicans will get to offer up their version of a pandemic financial release package. But the counter to President Biden's $1.9 trillion deal today may fall on deaf ears. Debate over President Joe Biden's 1.9 Trillion Code Relief package continues in Washington 10 GOP senators have sent a letter to the White House asking for a meeting to discuss a compromise. The GOP's proposal is about a third of what Biden is calling for, but Senator Bernie Sanders believes Democrats conveyed it done. Even without bipartisan support. Hard for me to imagine any Democrat who doesn't understand the need to go forward right now, in an aggressive way to protect the working families is Orisha ABC NEWS LOS Angeles Controversial plan has been sidelined to the United States will stop a program that would have allowed detainees at Guantanamo Bay prison to begin getting Corona virus vaccines. Critics cringed when learning prisoners would take priority over others in the United States. 7 19 now 24 here in Boston restaurants, many of them on life support is the pandemic continues to take a bite out of their profits. One tries to outsmart the virus. WBC. Suzanne Saws Ville tells us by getting people to sign up for a standing date chef, honest or two known several restaurants, including Oh Liana in Cambridge. She realized she had to think outside the box to prevent having to lay off staff again. Basically, people subscribing for three months they pick up a box once a week, where they get it delivered boxes include vegetarian dishes and desserts. Tragic It's like, I think, Love me with cucumber and mint in it, Hispanic opened a, which is a spinach and fennel pie. Dessert in that box was a thick yogurt cheese cake with pistachios. They have nearly 200 subscribers, Sort, Toon says. They'd have more if they had the space. In the meantime, there are 300 people on the waiting list. Suzanne Saz Veil WBZ Boston's news radio, Another shake up to the former president's legal team ABC News correspondent Chuck Seabirds and says the new crew takes over with just a week to go till his second impeachment trial. Mr Trump's office announcing that veteran attorneys David shown, and Bruce Castor are now hitting his impeachment defense, shown who represented convicted Trump friend and political operative. Roger Stone, whose sentence Mr Trump commuted, said in a September interview that Jeffrey Epstein was murdered in prison. Castor when Montgomery County, Pennsylvania District attorney over a decade ago, declined to prosecute Bill Cosby for sexual abuse allegations. The trial expected to begin next week, off to Hollywood now. Entertainment News Here's Billy Costa, from our sister station. Kiss one Away. Today marks the start of a Super Bowl week opening night is scheduled for tonight. It'll look A lot different down there in Tampa. It's all going to be a virtual mentioned about a week ago, Ashton Culture and Mila Kunis will have a Cheetos commercial in the Super Bowl. Dan Levy will have an Eminem commercial. How about this? Mike Myers and Dana Carvey? The Waynes World guys will reunite for a new uber each commercial during the Super Bowl. Golden Globe nominations come out on Wednesday. Screen Actors Guild nominations come out on Thursday. And the Coachella Festival canceled yet again for this year because of Cove in with the entertainment report. I'm Billy Constant, Matty Show on.
"six days" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world. We give you the coverage you can trust now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my Northwest com hopes were dampened for some of their sixties who were hoping to get vaccinated in South King County next week. To net new vaccination clinics that are opening an Auburn and Kent on Monday. The age restrictions jumped from 65 to 75 years of age, Mickey, hardly a 67 and hasn't an auto immune disease that makes her protector. Particularly susceptible to the virus. She had been hoping to get the shot on Monday. I totally understand the shortage clinics opening in the middle of the night because they have extra vaccines. It's horribly frustrating. Health officials say they have to limit the doses to those who are at the greatest risk of dying of covert 19. And that's people. 75 or older. King County plans to give out 500 doses per day, six days a week. Once the supply increases, officials say they will change the requirements. Bass master getting new scrutiny with the more contagious strains of covert 19. Now in our country, a mask made in China, called the K and 95 is a good option. Unless you get a counterfeit one, though they're the ones that you would potentially be purchasing from the Internet from Katie suppliers that you may not have ever heard of. Dr Angela Rasmussen tells the Universal show that you should only by K and 90 five's that have been packaged for sale in the U. S. And come from Marie, Tell you trust either online or in person. And Seattle's Department of Transportation is making.
"six days" Discussed on WTOP
"Trademark suspenders behind a CNN microphone. TV and radio legend Larry King, who was hospitalized for covert 19 has died at age 87. W T. O P s Jason FREELY shares a talk he had with King a few years ago. What do you remember from your 25 years with CNN? I remember it was revolutionary. Just Ted Turner hired me. My first day was their fifth anniversary. But I knew the first night the 1st 15 minutes in a little studio in Georgetown. I knew that show would click. Larry King told us his most all struck interview. Sinatra. The most interesting president. The best was Clinton the interviews he wishes he could have done. I never got to interview. Humphrey Bogart never have Good Clark Gable and what he would like his obituary to read oldest man who ever lived. Mary King passed away today. He was 137. He died instantly, and it took six days to wipe the smile off his face. Remembering Larry King Jason Fraley. W T. OBY News, a family that's experienced tragedy has been hit with another one in Southeast D. C. 27 year old to Marius Scott was shot and killed Thursday. His aunt Patty Belle tells NBC four Sit here with this pain in this verden that they're his shooting like this is the wild, Wild West. This is not the wild, Wild West. This is people lives that they're taking. Just this past June, the victim's younger brother was also shot and killed. That case hasn't been solved now. D C. Police are looking for suspects in this killing as well. Really a third of black U. S. Military service members reported experiencing racial discrimination, harassment or both during a 12 month period, Reuters reports. This is according to results of along with Hell Defense Department survey that underscores concerns about racism in the ranks. Hairstyle regulations will change for women in the year For starting next month, Air Force women will be able to wear their hair in up to two braids or a single pony tail. But boy the rules for that specific they can have bulk not exceeding the width of the head and length, not extending below a horizontal line running between the top of each leave in scene at the under arms through the shoulder blades. Unquote. In addition, women's bangs may now touch their eyebrows but not cover their eyes. Bright color Bird is causing quite the flap at a Maryland park. It's one of the most colorful birds in the U. S. According to the American Bird Conservancy, and people keep flocking to the Maryland side of great falls to get a peek. Weeks after the rare bird was first spotted, the male painted bunting stands out with its blue head, red belly and greenback. The sightings continued this past week, according to a National Park Service worker who tells w t o p the number of visitors to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park is definitely up. The Washington Post reports. The bird is commonly seen further South and that it may have ventured north because of climate change. John Aaron w T o P News Just ahead in money news. Would you buy a home without actually seeing it? I'm Jeff label. It's 1 24. Today Every business is digital from S E O to third party Integration. American.
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"This hour. The FBI and the U. S Attorney's office in D. C. Say they are just getting started in charging and prosecuting potentially hundreds of people in the capital mob attack. They're looking at what they call significant sedition and conspiracy charges that could land some people in prison for more than 20 years. Lt T OBY National Security correspondent J. J. Green as a summary of what was just said in a news conference here in Washington. The FBI and DOJ say 160 cases have been opened in six days. 100,000 pieces of digital media are being scoured for any clues. A strike force has been set up to investigate what happened in the capital and whether members of the media were targeted by the rioters. More than 70. People have been charged. So far. They expect that number to grow into the hundreds. Sedition and conspiracy are among the charges expected. They say Getting to the bottom of this is going to take a while and they're in it for the long haul, meaning many months. JJ Green w T O P News new tonight. Everyone flying to the U. S. Has to test negative for covert 19 within three days of their flight or show proof of having recovered from the new virus. This is an order signed today. By the CDC director. It starts January 26th Once passengers arrived in the U. S. The CDC recommends they get tested again in 3 to 5 days and stay home for a week. The CDC says these efforts will help slow the spread of coronavirus as vaccinations continue here and variants continue emerging. Well, a strain of covert 19 that is spreading more quickly across the world shows up for the first time in the D. C. Metro area. Here's w T o P scandal feet during a press conference, Maryland governor Larry Holt Again says a private lab was first to uncover evidence that the cove in 19 Varian, first detected in the United Kingdom is here, revealing a couple from Anne Arundel County has confirmed cases. One individual recently returned from travel abroad, and one is the spouse of that individual. They're currently in isolation. They're conducting contact tracing Logan was in contact with CDC director Robert Redfield, who told Hogan that they're sure the variant Is already in every state. While the variant is set to spread faster, it is not more potent or deadly than the original virus. Can Duffy w. T o p News as Maryland still struggles with vaccine supplies, Northern Virginia and the district have moved into a new phase in their Corona virus vaccine planned this week, and there is a mad rush for people to get those shots. Now, If you are 65 older and DC, or 75 older, Northern Virginia, you can get the Corona virus vaccine. We did have very high call volume when our call sign. Are opened up to that group That was Jeremy Lace it with the Fairfax County Health Department. And he says that they have received thousands of calls and online applications were vaccine employments in the first two days, the process smooth. We've been planning for this, but it is extremely busy. Other places have already run out of appointments in Lamb County. A voice message says. They're no longer accepting appointments this week and D C announced their 6700 appointments for the week. Had already filled up Luke Luke. W T o p. NEWS. Meantime, Virginia lawmakers say they will prioritize the pandemic during their 21 make that 2021 session and that starts tomorrow. We need to figure out a way to get more vaccination sites in place. Democratic Virginia State Senate there Scott Sarah bill, saying one of the top priorities for lawmakers is speeding up and funding the Corona virus vaccination effort. Democrats who control the House of delegates are calling for $200 million for that alone. We're definitely gonna look pretty closely at whether or not Our local health district have sufficient funding. Other priorities include funding schools and passing a paid sick leave bill something that lawmakers couldn't get done last year, though they will likely have trouble with that once again, given where a lot of small businesses budgets all right now, A lot of members to my caucus have concerns about that. Nikolai Nelly. W T. O P news new details on the riot, a rampage of the capital and who could go to prison because of it. That's after traffic and weather 607 Whether it's being on the front lines of pandemic response or advancing our National Security.
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"Afghan prop show including parlor. This is safe Harbor Day, six days a certification and the main legal challenge that Trump has left. It would seem to me Trump world has left is Pennsylvania Congressman Mike Kelly's challenge to Pennsylvania's legislative action of expanding Mail in voting in Pennsylvania. To anybody who wanted to without reason that is, briefs are due by 9 A.M. today per judge. ALITO JUSTICE ALITO Ted Cruz has volunteered to represent and argue the Kelly case. If Skoda's Grant cert that may be the last stand of the Trump campaign Now that's not the position of the campaign itself. The legal team. Jenna Alice, one of his attorneys on what Charles Payne on Fox business yesterday, talking about both tracks the legislative track state legislatures, as well as those pending legal cases. That's what Mayor Giuliani and I have been so focused on is going to the state legislators and telling them that they actually have the constitutionally delegated authority. Tonto to make sure that they selected their delegates in the manner that does not allow for corruption. And so when all of these rules and laws in their states have been ignored, it's actually their constitutional obligation, responsibility and exclusive power to make sure that they take back their delegates, and they don't allow these false certifications to simply move forward. So we're very confident that at least in Georgia and fully also in Arizona in Pennsylvania and also in Michigan that the state legislatures will really take election integrity very seriously. They will reclaim their delegates before the 14th and that they will then do their own election integrity, independent investigation and then they will certify to the electoral college. The delegates that actually reflects the will of the people, not these false correct results. Yeah, I don't think there's any reason to believe that's going to happen and She mentioned Arizona is one of the four states that may be worth noting. This was she was on Fox Business. Yesterday statement was issued by Arizona House Speaker Rusty Bowers on Friday, saying, What Jen Alice hopes happens in Arizona is not gonna happen the even if the evidence existed. To support that writes powers. The Arizona Legislature couldn't do what is being asked. Under our state's constitution. The Legislature can only act when it is in session, and the Legislature could call itself into a special session. Only with the support of a bipartisan super majority of its members. That will materialize. But even if it did, the Legislature couldn't provide the recourse. The president teams the president's team seeks under a law the Republican led legislature passed just three years ago. The state's electors are required to cast their votes for the candidates who received the most votes. The official statewide election canvas, So the challenge is to Trump's challenges persist Form or on this topic, both the legislative and the legal avenues pleased to be joined again by our friend, Hans von Spakovsky. He is a former DOJ attorney, also a former FCC commissioner. And he's a senior legal fellow for the Heritage Foundation. Hans. Thanks for joining us again Appreciate it. Sure. Appreciate you having me on give us you heard sort of my thumbnail sketch of where the Action challenges stand for the Trump campaign. Give us your impression and what you think the chances are of anything other than this election being certified for Biden on the 14th. You know, they haven't had much success in the courts that have been able to get judges to rule on their side. One of the few exceptions is and Michigan they got in order to be able to caught it some of the voting machines there and in Pennsylvania, which is really the big case that did get a lower court decision in their favor, which was then quickly overruled by the very partisan state Supreme Court, the same one that extended the deadline for the receipt of absentee ballot. You know, they don't have the power to Do that. And of course, that's the cases before the Supreme Court. But look, you know they've got a right to pursue these challenges, particularly when you see the testimony in places like Georgia and elsewhere. They brought to light all kinds of misconduct and illegal behavior, potentially by election officials. But look, it's not just that the campaign would have to win in one state. They would have to win in at least a week. States, maybe four, depending on which ones they are to be able to get elected. Enough elect. Full college votes to win, and that seems highly unlikely so that switches over to the second track they're following, which is trying to get the state legislatures to override what happened in the election because they say the results of the election was compromised. But I don't think that state Legislature is going to do that, unless they're presented with absolutely overwhelming undisputable evidence that the election result was stolen or compromise. And so far while I've seen a lot of misconduct that needs to be investigated and God after I haven't really seen that this to me is a good example of what I Have been complaining about with respect to the trump legal team almost from the beginning, although the campaign bears responsibility for not being as prepared as they could have been with teams in all the places that they were needed, but the lack of focus, this is something I know that Secretary State's office has responded, said this was standard operating procedure. There's nothing to see here. But Mollie Hemingway had good piece of the federalist over the weekend about this that no there is that there's still something to see here and yes, I we've got their response. But that's their party line. You've heard the Trump can Paints party line. Now let's dig into it and get to the truth. And that's exactly what should be done. But But the campaign is off. Jenna Alice is still talking about Arizona, which seems to be foreclosed at this point the legislative path on Fox business yesterday. Let's focus everybody's attention and ask pertinent questions where we have something substantive, like video evidence that needs to be interpreted and questions about that needs to be Answer. And since you've had the secretary state's office in Georgia feel the need to say we reviewed it all we and there's nothing wrong here. Dave engaged now don't let him off the hook..