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Tiny wrists in cuffs: How police use force against children

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 d ago

Tiny wrists in cuffs: How police use force against children

"Tiny wrists in handcuffs an Associated Press investigation has found that children as young as six have been treated harshly even brutally by police a six year old girl handcuffed with zip ties and arrested by Orlando police in twenty nineteen after kicking a school staffer that officer involved in a similar incident the same day later fired in an analysis of three thousand cases of police force against children the AP found black kids made up more than fifty percent even though they're only fifteen percent of the U. S. child population the most common types of force takedowns and strikes and muscling followed by firearms pointed out or used on children many police departments nationwide have few or no guard rails to prevent use of force against children some police departments say changes were made after the incidents occurred I'm Julie Walker

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Reports: LSU, coach Orgeron to part ways at end of season

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 d ago

Reports: LSU, coach Orgeron to part ways at end of season

"Ed Orgeron reportedly is leaving LSU at the end of the season Sports Illustrated was the first to report that the school and the head coach have agreed to part ways after this season the news comes twenty one months after Orgeron led the Tigers to a national championship Orgeron is forty nine and seventeen in six seasons of baton Rouge but he won five in five last season and his foreign three so far this year Orgeron received a six year contract extension after the twenty nineteen season that team went fifteen behind Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Joe burrow capping the season by beating Clemson in the title game I'm the ferry

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Author Matt Rosenberg Is a Chicago Native Son Who Can’t Believe What He’s Seeing

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:49 min | Last week

Author Matt Rosenberg Is a Chicago Native Son Who Can’t Believe What He’s Seeing

"His name. Is matt rosenberg. The book is what next chicago notes of a pissed off native son. Wow matt rosenberg. Welcome to the program. Thank you eric. It's a pleasure to be here. I know of you because of your dad the legendary milt rosenberg my goodness. How long did he do radio. I mean how many years was he in that world. Thirty eight years he was on. Wgn am but it was just a second job. His first job He was a professor of social psychology at the university of chicago. And i grew up in hyde park in the professor of social social psychology with common sense and great curiosity which i think he passed on at least partially to me. So you've been a journalist. You've done a lot of things this book. I mean everybody in the country Including some chicagoans are wondering what in the world is happening in chicago. so what. What is the book about what next chicago. What ultimately Are you saying here. I am addressing urban progressive misrule In our nation's biggest cities. I'm looking at the unified theory of systemic racism and positing that that is not the problem that the problem is that urban political elites largely of color are running our nation's biggest cities into the ground. What i'm also trying to do. When this book. I went deep into the south side. I moved back to chicago where i lived for thirty years. from the time of being a a young child six years old to you know My mid thirties. When i finally left and moved to seattle with my lovely wife where we raised two children. I had to come back in twenty twenty looking at the city in chaos and turmoil. I went deep into the south side. Talk to black people in their homes and workplaces about what's gone wrong how to set things right so that was a big part of it but then the policy piece. Eric was very big. I felt don't shy away from this. How is it that the public schools are failing. How is it that the criminal court system has run off the rails. How was it that. of fiscal governance has gone so wrong. Why is it that corruption is endemic and rules of governance are rigged so it was ambitious. But i feel like. I had a chance to step up to

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US, Pakistani officials in strained talks on Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

US, Pakistani officials in strained talks on Afghanistan

"United States and Pakistani officials meet amid a worsening relationship between the two countries as each nation searches for a way forward in Afghanistan under Taliban rule fifty six year state Wendy Sherman is saying a powerful army chief on the foreign minister as well as prime minister Imran Khan well a Pakistani foreign ministry spokesman says close and regular engagement between his country and the US has always been mutually beneficial and effective for stability in South Asia Islamabad has been pressing for greater engagement with the old male old kind of band companies in Kabul while Washington which spent a long beard negotiating peace with the Taliban is still smarting from its chaotic end to twenty years in the country with much about the off them off remaining unclear I'm Charles Taylor this month

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How Sean Spicer Transitioned to a Career in Politics

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

How Sean Spicer Transitioned to a Career in Politics

"Back to one. On one with my good france sean spicer. So let's finish this story how you got fascinating career. Transitioning from asia studies japanese into politics running campaigns. How'd you end up in the white house. Working the president so i i was mobile ice in the navy from two thousand eight to two thousand eleven. I got off active duty in basically january. Two thousand eleven. I went on terminal leave. And so i was looking for the next professional move My wife and i wanna start a family. We didn't really think politics anymore was the right. You know the most stable and conducive to to raise kids and so i was looking for some corporate stuff and a mentor. My said there's this. New chairman of the rnc has just been elected. Would you guys should talk. We met we hit it off. My wife was like look. This is probably what you want to go to the national party. Sort of like the major leagues and she understood how important that wasn't said okay. It's a two year gig. Go for well. We finished the first two years and we really wanted to change the party and make some Some huge changes in how we did business meaning. We wanted to shift away from all adds get more into a data specific model where we helped candidates up and down the ballot reform. The primary system reform the debate processing systems. We stuck around for two more years. That made it four. We did very well in the midterms. And then you not sticking around for presidential as sort of like walking out for the super bowl and so again. I look my is literally my god. It's now going with my six year so we did

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New York Governor Uses God Unfairly in Vaccine Fight

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:16 min | 3 weeks ago

New York Governor Uses God Unfairly in Vaccine Fight

"Okay let's hear the the governor of new york state governor huckle. I prayed a lot to god during this time. And you know what. God did. Answer our prayers. He made the smartest men and women. The scientists that doctors researchers he made them come up with a vaccine. That is from god to us. And we must say thank you god thank you and i wear my vaccinated necklace all the time to say i'm vaccinated all of you. Yes i know your vaccine. You're the smart ones. But you know those people out there. Who aren't listening to god. What god wants you hold on. That's precious rajen of our side. Ever said that if you don't agree with the right you're not listening to god. Do you real smart ones. But you know there's people out there who aren't listening to god what guy wanted so imagine. Imagine it's always important to put the she on the other foot and imagine that we would be called religious fanatics taliban type americans bible thumpers. Thank you. That's right. Bible thumper hayes thumper ever used outside of bible. I never heard somebody say. So what did you do yesterday. I bumped let's this weekend can never hear. It isn't that interesting is just bible. Thumpers bible thumper. I don't even know what. Thumper means. But i am one so is she. How's that you're not listening to god if you don't get a vaccine so i'm curious which apply that to masks on two year olds at our smartest are telling us to mask two year olds that smart governor hokuto is that listening to god too. I think if you listen to god you don't put a mask on a two year old or three year old or four year old or a five year old six year old or seven year old or an eight year old or a nine year old or ten year old.

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John Hinckley, who shot Reagan, to be freed from oversight

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

John Hinckley, who shot Reagan, to be freed from oversight

"A federal judge says Ronald Reagan's would be assassin can be freed from all over mating restrictions next year judge Paul Friedman says he'll rule this week on a plan that would release John Hinckley junior from all court supervision in June if he remains mentally stable and keeps following the rules that were imposed after he left a Washington hospital five years ago Heatley was twenty five twenty shot and wounded president Reagan in nineteen eighty one a jury found him not guilty by reason of insanity Friedman says that out sixty six year old Egli has shown no symptoms of active mental illness violent behavior or interest in weapons since nineteen eighty three Sager mag Ghani at the White House

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Cards match record with 14th straight win, rip Cubs 12-4

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

Cards match record with 14th straight win, rip Cubs 12-4

"Hitting eight home runs on the day the cardinals swept the cubs in a double header running their MLB season high winning streak to fourteen straight the scores of the games were eight to five and twelve to four Lars nude bar had two of those home runs both coming in the night cap the fourteen straight victories ties the cardinals longest winning streak ever first accomplished eighty six years ago back in nineteen thirty five and with the two when Saint Louis is magic number for wrapping up a wild card spot is down to four David Shuster Chicago

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Darnold, defense lead Panthers past Texans; McCaffrey hurt

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Darnold, defense lead Panthers past Texans; McCaffrey hurt

"Sam Darnold threw for three hundred and four yards and ran for two touchdowns and the Carolina Panthers improved to three you know for the first time in six years with a twenty forty nine win over the Houston Texans Darnold completed twenty three of thirty four passes and did not commit a turnover he says he expected his team's quick start we had a great training camp hard training camp down there in the heat and yeah I cannot show what kind of team we were when we you know practice against Baltimore MD so I mean we we always knew what kind of team we had it was just about going out there on game day and executing Carolina won despite losing all pro running back Christian McCaffrey in the second quarter with a strained hamstring without him DJ Moore caught eight passes for a hundred and twenty six yards Adams pulling Houston

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'Another Stupid, Redundant, Dismal Canadian Election'

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:46 min | Last month

'Another Stupid, Redundant, Dismal Canadian Election'

"Has decided to commit suicide as australia has and zealand has the english speaking countries other greatest disappointments in the world. I don't know why to this day. I don't know why which is not like me always asked the question. Why conrad black in the spectator has a fairly direct statement about. Monday's election canada. Another stupid redundant dismal canadian election. I like when a guy tells you what he thinks. In the title in the six years of his government trudeau has distracted the country with a ludicrously alarmist view of climate change and preposterously self-important notion of how much difference canada with its miniscule carbon footprint and generally high ecological standards can make to. This end is persecuted. Candidates greatest industry oil and gas unmercifully and driven. Large sections of western. Canada contemplate possible deliverance of separation. Canada is divided as the united states. And i understand why people would want to separate from one another. It's why i agree. I re- wouldn't left to say it. I agree you have nothing in common with me. And i have nothing in common with view so i don't want the united states to dissolve. I don't want candidate to dissolve but I rather live in a good country than a bad country. I rather live with freedom than without freedom. i'd rather live with healthy people than with hypochondriacs and there. There are so many examples that one could give

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Oklahoma's 1st executions set since '15 include Julius Jones

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Oklahoma's 1st executions set since '15 include Julius Jones

"Oklahoma scheduled its first executions since the state put lethal injections on hold six years ago at one point the Oklahoma death chamber it was one of the busiest in the nation but executions were put on hold after a botched lethal injection in twenty fourteen that left an inmate writhing on the Gurney and drug mix ups in twenty fifteen the wrong lethal drugs were delivered seven executions are scheduled including Julius Jones he is supposed to die November eighteenth for killing a local businessman who was shot in front of his family during a carjacking the date was set despite a recommendation by the Oklahoma pardon and parole board that Jones's death sentence be commuted to life imprisonment without parole Jones's case was featured in twenty eighteen on the ABC television documentary the last defense I'm at Donahue

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Chris Rock Reveals He Has COVID-19, Urges People to 'Get Vaccinated'

Coronavirus 411

00:11 sec | Last month

Chris Rock Reveals He Has COVID-19, Urges People to 'Get Vaccinated'

"Comedian. Chris rock announced he tested positive for covert nineteen fifty six year old who was vaccinated with johnson and johnson vaccine wrote trust. You don't want

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Chris Rock Says He Has COVID-19, Urges Vaccination

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Chris Rock Says He Has COVID-19, Urges Vaccination

"A popular comedian and actor has become the latest celebrity to be diagnosed with a corona virus Chris rock says he was vaccinated and still ended up testing positive for covert nineteen and he is issuing a serious warning to those who have been balking about getting vaccinated against the disease in a tweet he says those who have not gotten their shot should get vaccinated he didn't describe the extent of the symptoms other than to tell his online followers you don't want this truck is fifty six years old when he appeared on The Tonight Show back in may he announced he had been vaccinated even joking that he used his celebrity cloud as the person who did poorly trained to get to the front of the line I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Houston's Ali Lowitzer Still Missing After a Decade

Catch my Killer

01:55 min | Last month

Houston's Ali Lowitzer Still Missing After a Decade

"People across the country are taking time to renew efforts to find children who vanished as part of national missing children's day at also holds true for a local family that never stopped searching for their daughter. Allie low at sir. She has not been seen since april of two thousand ten. Allie was just sixteen years old when she disappeared channel. Two's brandon walker joins us from bumble with. What's being done to help. Find her and other missing children across the area brandon. Good morning to you. No doubt allies disappearance is one of the more high profile disappearances. We've covered here over the past six years or so but get this. The center for missing children says just last year alone. There were ten thousand reported missing cases of children here in the county area alone. As far as allie goes the hope according to her mother is that someone will see this with some information. That'll bring her daughter home for six years. We've been searching for her. It hasn't gotten any easier joanne. Lewitt's mother valley lois or has been missing. Since april twenty six two thousand ten six years ago she left home alone walking to work alley. Didn't make it to work. Though she was last seen getting off a school. Bus alleys disappearance sparked a nationwide search countless tips. One of them profiled on investigation discovery channels last seen alive. The program followed tip that alley had been working in columbus ohio as a prostitute. The tip was no not allie. Today on national missing children's day allie lewis are got a billboard. She's had one in the past. Hopefully this time it will garner leads. That work tips. Joanne hopes will bring her daughter home. I wish this billboard could stay permanently. It's bigger than every store window in town. If we had digital billboards specified just for missing people. It could run for twenty four hours without any repeats. It's the sad fact.

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The Stolen Indigenous Children

Unreserved

02:03 min | Last month

The Stolen Indigenous Children

"It's a hot summer day in nineteen ninety emotions are high in boston. Independent nations today. This ojibway community is taking a stand. After decades of losing their children to the child welfare system they have come together to say no more. No more taking children by the busload from their homes. No more broken families. You aren't taking any more of our children get out. Stay out as a social worker. I'm responsible for the welfare of these children. My name is nicky. I can tell you being ripped away from my mother at six years old had nothing to do with my welfare look. I'm just doing my job. It's not your job anymore as chief of the wab soon nation. I'm here to tell you. We have passed a resolution. Banning the children's aid society from entering our community and taking any more of our children. You can't do that we just did. Yeah our children our future give sure give back our future. We did it teddy. You would have been so proud of us after the chaos of the rally. Nikki comforter her daughter at the kitchen table. It is a modest home. The sun streams through the windows colorful drawings of thunderbirds and pencil caller. Portrait's a woman and cad eyeglasses. A young shy smiling. Boy named teddy adorns the walls the pair sit together at the small table sipping tea and eating cookies

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Biden 'Making the Taliban Great Again'? Scott Wagner Thinks So and Put It on Billboards

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | Last month

Biden 'Making the Taliban Great Again'? Scott Wagner Thinks So and Put It on Billboards

"Brother-in-law reach out to me this morning and he said how do you see this story in fox news. I know the guy who did it. And i said really Well then connect us and he did so. Thank you on the main two brother in louisville full connecting us to a man who understands communications strategic communications former pennsylvania state senator delighted to have him on the show scott wagner welcome to america first after i much benefit. Seeing the fifteen bills you put up around pennsylvania. Ferret is thank you eric. So it's a photograph. I i'm not sure i'll have brian stelter if it's dr not. It is joe biden in a taliban outfit holding an rpg grenade-launcher with the sign making the taliban great again. I dread to think how much those fifteen billboards cost you. God bless you for doing it. Tell us why you did it. Scott while sebastian I have a political background I'm gonna be sixty six years old next week. I've been in business my whole life. This country has been great to me. we live in the greatest country and so to think that That our government our president left. Once i've course cues me Seventy five thousand vehicles five hundred aircraft all the weapons or the mission explosives night-vision equipment that kind of stuff. We left it for the taliban. And now i was actually just on the internet looking at images of over the last several weeks. The taliban soldiers fighters driving and riding in us are armored personnel carriers. Amazing that this is going on and somebody has to step up and say something. So it's mad this what we've done so we have. We have given The taliban in early christmas quite

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Vaccinated Texas School Counselor Who 'Had Done Everything Right' Dies After Contracting COVID-19

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | Last month

Vaccinated Texas School Counselor Who 'Had Done Everything Right' Dies After Contracting COVID-19

"The dallas morning news vaccinated. Texas school counselor. Who had done everything right dies after contracting cova carrollton texas try. Vm academy six hundred student. Charter school from her hospital. Bed sherry wise went on facebook to contemplate. What went wrong sixty-six-year-old woman. she said. She did everything right. She was fully vaccinated early in the pandemic mask-wearing to avoid touching people. The one thing that changed however was her new job. She was a secondary guidance. Counselor at vm. Academy she wrote on facebook. Is that where i got it. Who knows it proves the you can do all the right. Things and still succumb tragically. She succumbed two weeks. After that post she died. Now these stories. You're not hearing much about in the mainstream media.

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Simone Biles: 'I Blame the System That Enabled Larry Nassar's Abuse'

Up First

01:36 min | Last month

Simone Biles: 'I Blame the System That Enabled Larry Nassar's Abuse'

"Before we begin our next segment. We note that we will be discussing sexual abuse the testimony. On capitol hill yesterday was both angry and anguished for usa gymnastics athletes said law enforcement including the fbi ignored them and lied about them when they said they were abused by former team. Doctor and convicted sex offender. Larry nassar simone. Biles was one of the women who testified to be clear. I blame larry nassar and i also blame an entire system that enabled perpetrated his joining us. Now is marissa witkowski hausky. She's an investigative journalist for usa today. Who began covering the abuse scandal years ago at the indianapolis star. It's been six years since usa gymnastics heard the first allegations. And it's been five years since you and other journalists at the indianapolis star began reporting on this listening to yesterday's testimonies. What stood out to you. What lawmakers heard yesterday was the continued frustration of survivors. Who felt that their allegations against larry nassar had not been taken seriously enough. They had been calling for change in calling for accountability for the failures of usa gymnastics of the us olympic and paralympic committee and of the fbi former olympic gymnast michaela maroney in her testimony directly. Blame the fbi for not acting fast enough to stop by larry nassar. Here's her testimony. What is the point of reporting abuse if our own. Fbi agents are going to take it upon themselves to bury that report in a drawer.

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

06:18 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Ball who isn't corey. Say say martin to show. We could drum the whole thing for all i care. Are you specifically requested this. I don't even have it is. Dragon lady thrones all right. That was her really. Yeah stone emma stone just put red-headed white woman on here now. Whoa man why are you going to get so life putting people a box bro. What's that about. Tropical sexual abuse specifically requested women of non color hope because our color. So i says oh deletion it out well this. I is preoccupied shoutouts to women who are ready. Red headed in white asian at least usually low key making fun of because this is red and white will missions tros zazie beetz shadow too old. What this long. Nick do your thing girl. I was watching drumline the other day. And let me tell you something. That's that's a that's a wide face. That is a genuine that is to scale. That's the scale a shoutout to all michelle obama. Doing your thing. Whose long fingers. I see a michael jordan. Nice pico jacket. Laurie harvey She's she's listened some instruments talking about her they are a shoutout to gabriel unit. Okay like corey and jesse aren't even being. Its engine clicking away. These important shoutouts guys i. I'm setting up for something. Showtime hotter percent not paying attention. Bic lynch not begging lynch sharia ripley shutout heard. She looks like a ripley. Believe it or not and that's it that's all the shoutouts that walmart and out to wayne ha. We'll play chess. You can recognize me only because there's a label on it. That's not true. I would see from anywhere spots from crowd so you know thinking. Thank you guys for listening for all these years that for all the new listeners who continue to chime in. Thank you for all the feedback. They to that very special person. But i haven't talked to you in a while. that showed me in his availa member. That showed me that we have one star reviews on itunes as which viral sponsor was. Why don't you go make a podcast. I can give you one jerk in for those that. Give us five star reviews. We absolutely love you. We do from the bodmer hearts now. Go clicking subscribe no plan so i got the s gun. Hey you do you like like. Do you really like chips. Where to the point where. You're eating chips so much that you look around in there's crumbs and you're like hooper those crumbs there did i put those crumbs there and i'm and i'm here to tell you. Yes yes you did because you like chips and if you like cheetos especially flaming hot cheetos. Then you should tell people to subscribe to this channel. The big podcast. Because one out of a thousand. That's right when we get a thousand subscribers. One of them is going to get one hundred bags. A cheetos blaming at cheetos baby thinks yourself how. How many cheetos is that. I'm here to tell you. it's like a million calories. If you ate it all you would most definitely not be healthy. But we're going to send it to you because flaming hot cheetos are amazing. So that's right. Share this around gets two thousand subscribers. We'd like to have a thousand subscribers. If we had a thousand subscribers that means one of those thousands of drivers is getting a hundred bags of flaming. Hot cheetos got about that. I like it. i was awesome. Tell your friends to subscribe. You might get some cheetos wasn't he. Does she does in the year twenty. Twenty-nine you're getting them. She does as the altro and and..

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Off. Be so what close to what we say is an alpha. Well say is veto. If you don't wanna give us a five star review than kindly closure podcast ap okay and stop listening to us. I think the one stars hilarious. They are before before you think. I joy doing this because i don't care about that stuff and i think there's other ways to grow a community and potentially monetize a podcast. I don't want to use. I don't wanna become this thing that we have to do. Please let subscribed video could've because youtube algorithm legs. Now don't hear who you're right turn off even when you're watching a very row produced channel near like look at this data guys lease six of you guys are subscribed on haired gonna find a way to do it and then i'm not. I'm not going to like change. The podcast so that we more numbers will get one numbers. Knew that people don't like it because we already have have the better way court you've got to get on board and that's thursday at thursday's done study presume gap okay. All right get onboard. I'm come back into jitsu. i'll start getting nassir looking good again. Egg so much nip so much nip vets shots here. Let's let our shoutouts baby. We got charlie's theran in the bangs. Icu shout to her She is one of my favorite actresses out of south africa. Megan thee stallion effect. I'm gonna let corey do these shots. I.

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

06:15 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"What you do actually hard. What i'm currently doing taking out on our cake compared to this the medical yeah for this exam to try and score as well as i'm trying to do right now definitely fast enough. No for walk in the park. What the hell is difficult jesse. I'm looking right at you. I mean. I mean it's it's time ray. It's time to record and then it's also there's like back of house time like what we're trying to manage other things in the background so i mean yeah but like in terms of like the the the most difficult thing that's going on in my life right now is making this career change and it's taken me almost three years so i mean this is this is by far one of the hardest things i've ever done got more to go our one hundred percent hundred percent d. Your your question is in ten words or less. Can you describe the bitcoin podcast in ten words or less it is for the streets for the people. Non kidding now is little bs answer. I would say The bitcoin podcast is a show where you can get. Easily digestible crypto information. Okay wanted something more thorough. I wanted to see him squirm. So i got what i wanted now Because that's your question. I asked him kind of his question. I'm gonna ask corey. Was there anything we should've asked you but didn't cover anything we is there. Anything should consider the six years kickback. That the didn't cover things were going to be doing. I think in the future. Maybe premium content is actually kicking back and watching old content together and ruminating. How right wrong and stupid. We were laughing laughing at the conversation because the type of content we played. We've all grown in our professionalism. Our our personal lives what we care about what we know. We've all grown in the process of making this and and and doing it had looking back on it and like having fun with it i think would be would be really fun because the types of things we were saying back then what we talked about. Just pretend. Bitcoin is so weird in comparison to the current scene because of how fast industry moves and then looking back at by who we were and what we cared about during those times is going to be interested in Can't wait to hear the dumpster. That's what i like in random chance. I went on in terms of explaining things. Because i bet that like a good portion of them are different than where i live now and i think in today's society like we pick we don't appreciate how much people change over their lives. We expect them to be the same person forever. And that's not the case. I have a question for the producer. Are you on board with the this new the bitcoin podcast reacts to the bitcoin podcast series. If they're gonna very amazed about some of the stuff they said and the vocabulary is. I was instead stuff you know. I know exactly everyone here in listening. I know what i said. we'll be apologizing yes But it is what it is awesome. I didn't know we do have three trademark questions. Three solid so terry one who watched. Thank you for watching. We gotta do the things that we typically do when we wrap these shows so six years a long time. Holy cow kim. Bosbach has a tattoo of us on his arm. By the way. I reached told bosak. He's probably becoming coming on. The show brought the next few months So please become patriot a patron you can go to the patriots dot com slash the bitcoin podcasts and become a patron the tears Are there in. you'll get things. Are we being causing creators Patrono have a day can no. We're not the best but We we will be one day we liked to. We're on a real tortoise paths towards content creation. Baby slow join slack. If you haven't done so already. I think it was a year ago when i said i'd like to have eight hundred slack. Members in we are right there. We are like wait a second we are. We are seven members away from eight hundred members in slack. I know not all of your active. But that's pretty dope that i could. We could break eight hundred people in one spot. Let's say what else do we go on. tuner views. Don't a review. According like my parents told me stop saying what we typically say do you wanna say what will typically say. That parents don't for you laughing. Gotta listen you gotta respect the parents stop. I mean. I can't say that you can fall.

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

06:30 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Right. And what does it look like for crypto. And can we be reckless with it because it is money. Let's not get it twisted. Can we be reckless with that. Because there's probably lots of stories in history were being reckless with money led to a lot of bad things. Right like catholicism. I'm pretty sure they got pretty reckless with money. And then led to a lot of bad things and then banks were invented to basically counteract. Were they were doing when they were reckless with money. And now banks of the bad guys and so it's like it's kind of i feel like the inevitability of people in our position is that we are going to have to be politically active in order to say what is the quote unquote right or wrong thing to do in certain areas speak will know and they're going to delegate that responsibility to someone and that's the way it always works there this this this inevitability of this stuff because i mean i'm talking like i know i know people will cross the gamut in some of the smartest people i know are still like dude what i don't understand this and i'm like oh this just as you sent money from this wallet to that wallet. I'm like how do you know it because it says it says it right there challenges your perceptions of money. I mean you're saying it's simply but no you didn't send money. It's all on the blockchain. You're assigning ownership and now you have the kito unlock and so what's actually happening under. The hood doesn't yet have a vocabulary that we have adopted. There's no there's no. You don't have any bitcoin you it's it's. It's going to take a generation for us to actually adopt real underpinnings of what's happening exactly as terms like wallet is gonna take it's gonna take. I think it might take several. Like i look at those that famous chart that shows the adoption curve of famous technologies that have changed society and i look at work to his on that. And it's like just barely getting off the ground when it comes time and it's like oh how's gonna take a long long long long long long. Think it's faster too. So actually is not an urban millennials. They did a study. Where apparently forty percent of millennials that they surveyed on this study role. So that's because we have access to all previous exponential technologies available. Now could use those to to to catalyze option of new exponential technologies never consider blockchain an exponential technology like view. Things like that then. It gets adopted faster because you re we have things to catalyze it like that. Adoption process has been felt. I think we did this. Previous episode beker challenges with us when we talked about this the first time in the history of the world where there's more than just one exponential technology being being adopted a. What's your point four. It was just like the roads. That's it that's all that's the only thing that matter was cars of roads next before that it would be like what like electric or like the iron age like certain things in all of history. Where like you there's one. There's one big thing that happened that revolutionized the world. We've got multiple going on exact same time with this this week to be said about changing human behavior Our example smoking smoking needs to be cultural. Part in still is in some aspects of globe sensitive particularly in but it was but smoking was banned. Used to be able to smoke with your teachers as senior. Kick it in the back in the back of school and smoke in the got banned from school teachers students. Nothing best in the nineteen ninety two a smoke in the car. Australia's of airplane ashtrays in the fast food places at yet ashtrays on the airplanes Each time you would know win. A certain particular building was built or a chair bill because they had a little ashtray in and you see none of that. Smoking has significantly reduced and that was from a governmental tap down push off society but there was a global and it changed people's humidity where people didn't pick up smoking as much because they caused cancer science metrics energetic but alcohol causes liver disease and drunk driving this in all sorts of problems that we still day times. Am i right. It's not a significant ban is. There is no smoking and alcohol took to culture like it's grew too deep to just wait till we get the science behind. Being addicted to your phone. I already come social media right well. It's just like with smoking. And the things the i'm sure. Some of the studies are being suppressed or biased. It's going to be part of the human condition all the time But i do think like You're you're saying corey There's so much going on right now. We're we're just such a multiplayer thing is going on. I do think though. That is not a generational i think he's probably just gonna be to. It's us disasters in whatever they got a call. The next generation that that that's the that people are already comfortable with like number on my phone means value. Now we just to make sure that those things are manipulated by about comfortable with. It's about whether or not those things are manipulable manipulable sending party advice for tiktok in causing rights. I mean what's possible. The cost of second and go back to the kickback for the sixth year anniversary wrapping up as the trump. I have something for both of those. So i have a question for each of you.

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

07:18 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Jeff. Put down your password right or your see phrase or any of that. Our trust in a paper wallet could come down to trade offs. I mean. I think everyone here has lost something. Everyone here is probably gained more. And so if you were to be put to the question would you rather not done it. I think the answer for all of us is yes. I'd lesson was worth and that kind of thing. I think it also comes down to when we talk about banking and crypto as if like banking bad. I mean if we look at if we look at our cars right cars amplified a lot of things it allows us to. Hospitals allows have jobs but we also killed tens of thousands of people a year because we have cars so it's a tradeoff and banking allows us to buy a bike over the internet. Without having to trust you know. Yes you pay three percent credit card fee but it enables so much more. It's like we forget as always what's that so if if we look at yes there's the cryptos yes is not doing enough. But there's you know. Are we all in the same path to make it better tomorrow than it was today and i think i think that's part of that trade off to have lots crypto game so much i with the wikileaks in the wall street stuff in contributing to different revolutionary causes in this simple fact that very early on with bitcoin core wallet which i downloaded you can send messages to people with no problems and no one would be able to read it. Yes i know. Pg existed but then says such a cumbersome utilize but there was this built in thing utility. You just type of message Either no fee or says associes in someone can have that message or you could attach your message or note to whatever bitcoin I found that very revolutionary As so that's why i got into this space in. I still think there still strong political whether people like it or not. This is a very political thing creating money. that's not part of any existing institutional gourmet governance. That's before i would agree with that. That's like a theory. That is very revolutionary. That's that's the but from a technology standpoint and why why a lot of stuff interests me is is coming from a physics background. A deconstructionist's taking everything apart to its components. Ed and see how it works when you start trying to solve complex problems. It's interesting to find things that solve the same but remove a constraint that previously existed so it still does the thing but no longer requires this component. That was used to tackle to it. When you think about it. turns bitcoin. It's solved the problem or the ability to transfer value digitally with required or at least like human moderation. Have it changed. What meant to like insert human influence on the process of money. And i like that that type of situation where you like you solve a problem by removing something and in some cases will generalized. Because like when you have the thing you can always add it back in somewhere above but you can always exit that. Go back down below where it doesn't exist. We talk about with coin based being a centralized entity on a decentralized platform. Don't like it take it out and be skewed cycle. I had to say. I like that type of situation is it is very important. I like solving problems like that in. This ecosystem is trying to find ways to solve as many problems as they can like that and we talk about distributing power off not. You're taking humans. Out of the process to distribute power in the distribution of our is fairly echo is across the river is up to little your participation is much better but it's not enforced by judicial mechanism of boots on the ground and we'll also because we've removed the concept of humans was moderation for for the money and and also like the control over the supply of that money for bitcoin. You've removed the need for jurisdictions that's why bitcoin is global because it doesn't require jurisdiction everywhere else when you look at fiat. Many it requires a government to to mandate how that monetary supplies done are the taxes to be paid in an has to have military to enforce. Yeah don't jessica's same. There's an app where you can. You can hire off duty cops because that's a good idea. Yeah i called. Yeah mercenaries definition of mercenaries. You do work. What was the pitch there have you. Have you know. I think that what i think. Is that every go. A mile up philosophical will tributary year of every generation. I think has an opportunity to effects acknowledgee in some way shape before they get these opportunities or at least it's been that way for the past hundred or some odd years is probably not that way but maybe it is not historian but i feel like You have to make technology useful for more than just yourself. And i think that you know we had the car right. We had the turn of the twentieth century the car and we had a computers internet and every every generation is identifying with these us technological advancements telephone right and i think our generation may be the twenty five to forty five or fifty year olds. This is kind of a huge technological advancement that's gonna be our responsibility to to make it available in usable easily to the public and the it's so nuanced right. I got to think about this a lot. When i was traveling a lot and i was like plays have been around for a long time. But what percentage of the population knows how to fly. One of these are is like. It's not a big percent. So what are we classifying. Adoption there with just a plane. Planes have been around for group. But i'm not flying planes and nobody here flies planes either but when it comes to adoption we definitely have used them all before probably right and so it's like okay so.

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

02:20 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"With banking that's horrible. We need to remove the virus of banking for the people. Who have it now. Was that a situation of like discipline. Further distributing power. Yeah like if you if you have a system it will just take the monetary supply and the services that give access to it which is like money banking as an example. You have a small group of people who control the supply a small group of people who control access to it and that's a tremendous amount of power in human hands and a good portion of what crypto is trying to do if you've listened to the narrative early. Bitcoin is to remove power from those who have it and distributed more equally and everyone else and so that that comes up as unblinking the bank and banking the bank but like both extremes of those scenarios. but it's gonna take a long time before baking infrastructure is gone or did i corps debts to technology and in some cases we're making get more powerful but at the same time we're getting access to people who would like to have access and opportunities to be creative and get out of the situation. They're in by not being brownie. Or circumventing the oppression and suppression than we have. We done. One thing i would point out is care to true to form. We've done a bad job talking about six years of this show. We haven't been looking back on anything that another way. I'll go back to that you've been here. I don't know. I feel like since day. One and the community tweeting. And i found you guys have like the drunk episode episode up five or six hundred homes own podcasts. I was really into doj going. So i don't quite funk patras podcast fact in twenty fifteen those coins all trying to say like back. Vin was super fun..

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Banked and they probably will give a shit about being banked and that's extreme pride all if they did if i'm just saying like how many because that's why them all zella are people that are like that but i think the overall majority of them would like to have access to things. Yes where all these like digital fiat base apps are restricted to like a certain amount. Like five dollars thousand dollars. These accounts so many people have them because they can't actually get a real bank account so they get paid through those types of systems but one of the new light for very basic thing to be able to be able to pay things on the internet to be able to get pay period for certain tasks like if they're doing hair and the person doesn't have cash is cash is cumbersome now they can get paid digitally or doing stuff online or graphics or being part of the digital space for for one of these platforms like if even with payback because people can be very shitty to people. Sometimes you have to have a bank account and that is very cumbersome for a lot of people who are living paycheck to paycheck where everything has to go out because they really don't have enough money to meet that minimum bank account equipment okay. Paper inflation of currency of government manipulation repatriating people's money. You have a lot of different factors that play in different countries. I've been that guy in fact that was living with this gentleman to my left. Maybe all's right. When i had negative four digits in my bank account and had to go get my checks cash two days prior and pay back a crazy acts absorbent and feed to get a cat. I've been that person before. But guess what i did. Look to be banked. And i put myself in the position to get there so that i could be banked again transition where you could do that. In america. there are other countries other than americans even here in america. They try to do. He's like what if you could try to do that. Waiting still like our minimum wage is still seven. Twenty five seven changed at they have. They're working to two to three jobs to to make. I absolutely get still can't maintain a bank account because everything is going out in you have to have been amount or you think or there's a stain that banks are doing and i wish they would do something about this. Were the money. Is there steffi skating taken out. Because there's a five minute difference between when money comes in money comes out in a ding you for overcharges or they deliberately delayed it to the gate overcharged to control that by itself in some places around the world where access to banking is more difficult for those or privilege. Not only is it difficult but once you get one. It's corrupt is screaming aircraft. So like in some places around the world a lot of places around the world you'd be there have access you don't have access or if you do. It's village since we're like your oppressive. Anyway this gives people additional options to circumvent that. I think that. I think you're not wrong. I'm not saying you're wrong. I think there's no right or wrong here which I don't wanna get people this option of like if you if you are a privileged location should take advantage of that you were able to dig yourself out of that because you were a because those opportunities for around you. Yeah i remember you left. You left college for a little bit. Came back when i saw you put it. What the hell happened. Actually do all this just because nobody wants to beat you brody york magic. Nobody rony so everybody wants to brownie. Work my ass off to get here but like a part of that. I think is you worked yourself. You burger off in an environment that had opportunities and even though you come from a historically oppressed group of people in america you still have more opportunities and a lot of people. The rest of the world very true. I don't take. I don't take it lightly. I understand that. I'm just saying like we. You you go like what does it all the dude from draft part crazy dude. Tall skinny guy. Jeff goldblum jeff. Nature finds a way like in west africa when they were like man. We don't have banks but we got all these cell phone minutes when we i'd like raising the rails a little bit for those people who get creative and find a way out so i mean yeah. We all agree on that. I definitely agree on that. Yeah that's not true. It's not true to generalize and say that everyone that is unbagged wants to be something that was probably an incorrect statement but i would say that an uncomfortable percentage of those that are on banks probably want to be on banked. There's some of us. The goal is to unbanned the bank. Go to become more of my goal than i mean. Yes i remember in two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen one of the mantras that went around was hey remittances and hey Bank and bank. And it's you know when you first you. I understand look at all. These problems. crypto can solve them it. It is exciting. And then you get more into an. It's like well. Why would we infect all.

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

08:32 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"To bypass like are a trade barriers. Usd dollar you know those kinds of sanctions to kinda remembered. A-this redmond's fees kinda strangulations. That are on these posts. Cool neil countries. They could bypass that in endgame thi- for themselves internally individually for their community but as for their country and able to participate on a different level and i think that is also a very valuable thing Those countries also bypassing power grits. They're going to solar. They're going smaller. They're not going to have these. Big huge large infrastructure infrastructure is smaller. And it's going to be more community based where people earn now. They were dismantling parts of highway systems to green and walkways in changing our cities. Knoller being car base will these countries in have cars for the longest time. They're not going to be car-based because cars are going out there going to be back to. Almost a pedestrian by logical essentially transportation system is going to be very a very different way of a building wealth in freedom if you will movement for those countries his leaping head like you said when you trade like the society society biases built into the systems. When i see things like crypto and the way consensus is done i see another leap frog and how humans compromise whereas instead of being a specific border specific set of laws or even the way congress or parliament or different lawmaking systems. Work where the left starts moving things one way. And then that knackery in a hard structures where there's an elder nickerson's in elder you listen to the elder or for most societies patriarchal because the person is the man in the household view. Go by even if they're wrong because their input whether the younger person wife or whatever your relationship is you don't have that there is that there's not that hierarchy and then because of the consensus mechanism you don't you don't have a feature unless everybody agrees to the fisher. So there's the you really have to compromise. You have to say okay. Well i wanted to be blue and the other person's saying i wanted to be yellow. Well it can be one of the other and you have to figure out. An actual way to compromise him afford instead of the typical political spectrum. Where i'm going to get what i want and then i've got to give you. I've gotta spend pork belly money or whatever it's a technology that makes what quote unquote good and bad is for giving community much more transparent and like the effort it takes to contribute to that thing that gets through like and also like we're that power comes from like who has the power to make decisions in some cases like you look at these that works in the power structure although talks about centralized. Is this very centralized. Look it moves really slowly because it's very very very difficult to get everyone to agree on something which is which is a feature not a bug that it will continue to move that way. It'll be very hard to change unless you get everyone to agree on something different. It gives you options on what your bias is going to be and making it transparent and malleable overtime. I hope just I think that. I think you guys mentioned something like. There's some sort of privilege involved in terms of the people who are building these systems out. And so there's inherent biases in what's being billed right now like we're following or falling rules programmatic rules made by developers and there is no. There's no historical reflection. There's no sociological study behind. A lot of what is being developed right now just kind of like and bam. Let's see if we can throw a token onto it and let's see let's it flies. Put better stuff. There's quite a bit of things that are that are actively looking into a concept of governance and how to make fair rules and that's why you hear the words turnaround game mechanics theory mechanism design right. I agree with you. Jesse because i personally get frustrated with this space because people speak of remittances all the time and that was that was the huge thing that was supposed to provide a banking to the unbanning to remittances for low. As well the thing that frustrated me was like okay. There's people have been talking about this for a very long time. There's organizations development in nobody went to these organizations like a coin basis faces san francisco. There's so many people there. Within the city with oakland and surrounding areas we widen they group up with somebody out of berkeley or stanford or university that area or institution as said. Hey we have. We are facing the city. Were part of this community. We would like to utilize his technology to Aspect of this community that we know exist and try to make people here first before going global didn't occur in on bank. There's this wilding people is always going to be an afterthought i think it's always going to be an afterthought mind i little help some folks. This is what i said. That's exactly it corey. That's that's the mentality of this space. It's like let me get mine. And then i'll consider helping everybody else. That's i can't into this space because when it first started it was very much about helping. Everybody was like this is supposed to be for all people and that's all i came in marketing amen. Yeah i've tried to make a compromise here. 'cause i'm not gonna lie and say like i didn't want to make money. Of course it would make more secure by my family and wealth and and my ability to work on the things that i care about. That's usually through. I gotta pay my bills. And i gotta figure feed my family or help through my family and so what i what. I decided the best course of action. Here's to throw away my ideals of like. I really wanna help. People is try and find ways to help people to make money that also helps people. Yeah because like a soup. Everything's zero sum game or like. I need to extract value from someone else so that i haven't been don't think you're going to end up with systems that do that and i think this technology allows you to experiment and play with of doing yet doing more community while also making money that you can do. Both i think the my anybody's show for any iota time they should know. I'm a huge fan of bruce lee. Right huge fan. Manley will change my life after he's been dead all right so humanity. What does this thing be like water. That's the phrase that everyone's most familiar with. When it comes to bruce lee the best systems we have or the ones that don't fight natural behaviors. The want that just kind of guide natural behaviors right. And when you're taking on a punch the reason why boxers make it look like they could take a crazy ass. Concert faces 'cause they're actually moving their head at just the right amount so that the blow of that punch kind of just gets absorbed by the rest of their body right it just you go with it. You don't try to fight it because if you try to fight it year and be a you know a one of those things crash test dummies from the ninety dollars crash test. Dummies ruin the nineties. You go roll with the punches. That's where the phrase comes from roll with it right. I think that. Like until the un banked abs Exhibits behaviors. were the banks. Want to go in enroll with the blow that is going in servicing them. They'll never be service. And of course. I always ask is.

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

07:49 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Participate in it are going to be rewarded with lots and lots of money. Everybody who lags behind. They're just going to be subjugated to whatever new systems come. This aren't all technologies like that gas powered cars. The buildings they are and this is different in a sense that it changed money. It might be it. It made it a generalized money. It made it closer to value like General value then we attach different contexts to what that value beans and we also have a way to like exchange it automate the exchange of it prove ownership of it things like that. Which is it comfortable for people to hear like if you think about Visha you brighten the private Join the conversation. Maybe so jesse when we say that that might not work for everybody. I don't think anybody saying that it would work for everybody. For example you need service staff. You need hospitality. Unique doctors and things where the example of a patriotic mark rober is that his name. The guy is on. Youtube is just does really cool stuff. He spends two to three onto making this amazing here. Yeah and he's a million makes millions of dollars because of of that so someone from that all the way down to the tarot card reader who has a patriot on and still has three hundred subscribers. There's no way that kind of thing could work in the environment where we had three broadcast. Tv stations with commercials. I guess so it meet my question to you is do you think that lasts for thirty years enough to make money for them to retire on that or do you think that they're going to be you. Know that tarot card reader because they're going to be. Mark rovers within the vast majority of people are not going to be able to hold an audience for thirty years in order to accumulate. Enough money to retire too much on content creation. Yeah i think there's an talking about. There's enough cured appear value that can be enabled through a crypto like platform that will allow people to supplant typical jobs to get the things that they want out of life. It's closer to like the gig economy. But i'm trying to like here. It's but like what's important to realize is that you need to get skills to you. Have to spend time doing something and learning. How do something in failing and getting better. It's submitting it to people who want work done or like people who understand to get to the point where you have a skill set. That's that's worth something. That's valuable to other people experience with me. Raise my problem. Is that right now. The most of the time getting to the point for your bark human being based on skills you've earned the process of getting to those skills either means that you're going to take a tremendous debt onto your life in order to get to the point where you can even start making money in a myriad of ways you can look at that debt and a lot of different ways and this technology nibbles people start doing something and getting skills that they need and the things that they want to be good at in a way that like maybe gets them a little bit of money or like it creates a community of people where contribution has paid for and appreciated hopefully like curation of that content is bet as more meaningful and it gives people a better path to like learn how to do what's quote unquote good for any given community. We're contributing code to a source creating content on a patriot on a curated content. For that matter like you can learn a lot. Just by saying. I think this content is valuable valuable to me. And boosting somehow qualify. The i think this industry is paving the way to show you how to build skills in a digital environment five s because Initially yes because that's that's of course going to be it's going to impact the people who are building the technology i because they're the ones that understand it and are willing to make that jump and try to do it that way. Lighten up until like the usability and fame of crypto was a at the first hole. We're like regular people. Were asking me about it and try to use it. Why would they try. To use crypto note exists to do something to start contributing into a community. That's the get to a certain level of legitimacy and ease of use before the people who aren't building the actual technology can start 'til like reasonably use it in their everyday lives like that's why we're starting to see designers and the the the tremendous amount of other valuable skill sets that are out there. Besides coding start to enter vico system and work for companies and find jobs because we need those people and businesses are realizing that coders are terrible of doing those things like. They're learning more about it. That gets better. It's like the businesses. Now who are getting larger contributing to these things that are making the system. Now think about how this stuff works and understanding it eventually like regular people are going to do it. because it's gotten big enough alicia. I wanted to speak on. Jesse was saying about the systems and how people are being left behind Society buys are always built in any type of system in a little bit is in the cripple space in the sense that there has to be certain level privilege like you have to have internet connection lecture city stability and the ability to make that leap into the system to build. You have to come from a third sub certain set of security already built off of the old system into this new system. I think the difference longterm versus other systems is all the things that are happening in society. Like if you go to youtube right now. I've done it several times. Sure other people have done it. Like i had to fix a plumbing problem. The because of the content creation of youtube Without cryptocurrency information distribution. I can be able to learn how to do this. Simple task by watching these videos instead of hiring a plumber are fixing this or doing that or learning. There's so many people learning how to do things like knee learning how to do the video i did. I had watch so many videos to learn how to do it and learn it from different types of people is learning the same information in different ways to understand what it is i needed to do and i think because of that. Now that we have this monetary system in The the information distribution thing it has more decades ahead of the monetary system is allowed to come in to where people that would have been behind in previous systems to be able to gain that money now can jump in and not be so far behind they can actually leap ahead or be equal because they have that information skills that they can access to in. It's just a matter of what cory dear saying. It's just a matter of time for people to be aware of it..

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

05:34 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Because of its convenient or like. It's the best way to work nine to fives of a similar situation to show up in a specific place and being a physical location. And i think as make this technology the digital world comes more part of our lives we make it make more opportunities for people to contribute to the things they care about and get paid like an equal about relative to that to that contribution and then they get to learn how to be good contributors to communities and the things that they care about it potentially pay for their pay for all their bills the food and their families right now like i've Most people's answer. Is i work shitty job that i hate because i went to school to get a skill set that i didn't know i wanted didn't want i thought i did until the point. Where like i pay. Check and i can't leave it and it makes it gives me enough to ford me a little bit of time to work on things that i'm interested care about but at no point. Can i get to see the. It's going to be very high risk situation for me to say you know what i'm gonna try this thing. I'm gonna quit my job. And the comfort it gives me to pursue something then passionate about and it's like i don't want that to be a high risk. I think technology allows us for smooth transitions growing their lives. And that's a big thing for me like. That's that's what i've learned what i've come to in terms of where i'm passionate about over the years of doing this. Is i want the world to exist. And i think this technology is a facilitator of it. I want to try and make that happen. Thousand percent what do you mean by. Its smooth. The transition smooth transition. Because like if you're able okay let's say for instance like the hob today's hobbyist right and what did for today's hobbies and that's a traditional technologies bad for what it did allow people to create content for communities and get paid by the by the people who are consuming and the amount that they were getting paid was relative to the quality of their content via the numbers subscribers. They have and if they've made really good content that got better subscribers. They made more money to the point. Where like at some point. There will say i don't need to work anywhere else. I can just make content because my subscriber. Count if i if i do it. A certain way or a specific level. I could just do this. It's it's paved the way for the the content community creator community to like pursue passion. No way never never been done before. It's see a crazy s future. Where all these things that were being exposed to are painting a picture of people having the freedom and autonomy to work exactly win or how they want you depending upon skills that could prove right like i imagine a world where there's somewhere right now in a factory somewhere. There's a person sitting down looking at bags of stuff or sitting down looking at boxes of stuff in there. Moving them whenever they don't match certain sets of parameters right or robots are doing that but imagine a world which you could put on a pair of goggles and you could be fifteen robots at once doing that but you only see one screen. You're using her face shows one screen. That's real time whatever's going on whatever factory in whatever area of the planet but when you move one box right you might be triggering a bunch of robots to do the same thing like a force multiplier like you can stream payments like that on the curve financial network but if somebody could whenever they wanted to just be the uber of you know production work warehouse work put on a pair of goggles in your virtually these warehouses. Doing these things in you. take off the goggles. You're not working anymore in like an hour after you're done putting the goggles down your credits or whatever. Currency is just streamed into your wallet. You can't have systems that robust in that automated on the current financial systems. And i think cryptos starting gonna be the glue that binds this crazy ass automated world that we don't have any choice but to move to In you know. Do i know exactly what it looks like. no do. i know it's going to happen. Obviously right i i currently in a position where i get insight into how a lot of insight into the how businesses work and i'm trying to hire people and they don't wanna work because like the wages aren't where they need them to be. I can't pay them those wages. What i can do is buy a bunch of machinery. That can do what i need them to do. One time and then. I'll pay my maintenance fees it'll be a little bit better than paying benefits in all these other things every single year right You know we're we're moving towards that inevitability and cryptos kinda like the glue that our mission. So i don. I just got triggered by some. You said corey hop on a soapbox were saying that. I answer your smoother transition question. Jesse was that. Is that enough for you want more. I guess it's not gonna work for everybody right so like i. My thoughts are that crypto really. Like for for for what i see. It's really like.

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:05 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Keep doing it. Like if you're not doing something you enjoy it we send jesse enjoy dud. See one of the things i enjoy doing. The podcast with d. is primarily because d is who he is. He's just entertaining to just you know talk to lodging about fucking dumb headlines or Or like even just trying to learn the code like he's still makes it entertaining in the way that he doesn't understand things and we try and explain it in ways that we both understand it so so just as do what you hate with someone you love. that's heritage. I got into this one hundred percent because of the money and then i stayed one hundred percent because the bull market was like like when you're beginning and you're in crypto you you think like wow like there's so much money to be made but like during the bear cycle it it really like solidifies. Your interest in crypto. As a whole when you look at things beyond the money aspect rate. It's like for me. It's just like chilling in the community posting. Memes ship hosting crypto shit. For like what is it like two years more than two years for that last bear cycle like. It's just it's fun. You know when you get so much more out of it than just the financial aspect by spending a couple years with crypto. You have a better discerning eye towards project you understand. How money works you. Now look at the terms of conditions of something new sign. You realize there's incentives and everything. There's nothing free. There's so many life lessons you learn from dig the crypto and it's not just about the money that's very true that made me change my career seeing the numbers balloon up and i was like. Wow this is. I'm not gonna work for money like in the in the way that i thought i was gonna work for money. Like converting your effort converting. Your time to money is one way of making money. As you work with crypto. You realize there's so much more that you could do for your time to money. Conversion and there's passive income. There's other things you can do for money. And then you realize what am. I spending my time on the that. I love to do the interview. You guys with the two guys right and you ask. Do you enjoy what you do. And i said no i hate it. That was mean that was to me but it requires them to be honest as well. Not everybody is going to be honest with that question. Especially with co workers listening. I think i think that's maybe why this technology so much because most people on the planet will answer that question they answered honestly. Nope i hate when i do. It's required to to live. Because i think it's too difficult to make money doing the things you care about doing in a manner that's like commensurate to your contribution. What what. I mean by that right like if i contribute little as i learn about a given community dixon mitch it. Maybe i can get a little back and the more valuable. I become my contributions to a giving community to value. I get back right at that. If that like steph function of need to contribute to get that much evalu- back gets a little smoother in terms of like there's a lot of different ways to contribute whether it be a smaller large and you can you can either like fully into a single community and make your whole living contributing to it or like contribute a little bit to a bunch of communities and big enough to get what you need like because we don't have technology to facilitate that type of payment schedule for your contribution doesn't doesn't work in traditional finance. That's why we have monthly salaries or monthly or biweekly. Paychecks like the paying system is based on the inefficiencies of the.

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

05:47 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Was more important could could be consensus. Could be important to me. Status message did they. Of course more important to you. And i never got the feeling that you were you were telling others. That's not important. You were saying. I don't care on a point i made. I made some conscious decisions to like. Focus on the things care about. And don't try to understand everything like i used to i used to. I used to every single thing. That happened so i had a full grasp and then i got to the point relating. I made some earlier episodes. You may remember. Like i made the analogy of the growth of a web developer over the course of the years and how as that technology became more broad and pervasive the concept of being a web. Developer changed her but no longer has any. Meaning you have did. You can be exactly the tools. The tools lizard could easier. There's too much stuff to know. You can't know everything of individual. And and i knew that bitcoin is going to say with blockchain right. Even you even bitcoin. You can't know everything you still have to specialize somewhere if you just stick to even a single network of the entire ecosystem. You still can't know everything. And so what i decided was that i i'm going to focus on the things i care about and make contributions there had been trying grow a network of people that care about the same in other things that i think are like ethical people but i would get along with it. Then i'll learn from them too because like the best you can do. And it's so like what's nice. Is that the the. The community is bigger than michelle. A show is just like the source of generated content attracting people to the community. And then that's where the real value it's like. It's the cutest way bigger show and it always won't be at this point what's unique is you can actually see that korea knows graphs that at least you put up In the patron channel you can see how out started all private chats indians. The now it's like eighty percent public chat and the the m. chat looks like it's going down and the private chat looks like it's going down as well. So that's a really neat grad. Where actually doing what we say we're going to do. So that's that's company that's very company You know so. It's been a journeyman six years. I've let me tell you just personally. How would you start a project. So when i turned thirty i said to myself okay. I'm thirty now. Don't know when that happened but it did. I know from the ages of thirty to forty. I'm gonna focus on making projects with my friends. Maybe if i were like more saying human. I would a been like i dunno. Make a family. But that wasn't me. I said i'm gonna i'm gonna make projects project with a really really good specific friend absolutely so i had all kinds of projects. Going on in corey just happened to be so court before i even started the bitcoin. Podcast i was on i produced a podcast called better human -nology for mine. That has an amazing fitness business into three fitness random. Shout out there But he has an amazing Amazing fitness business. That only focuses on garage jim in home workouts so anyways i was on i was producing this better human in like cutting their video and doing their audio in right after like literally a month after that i was like this is easy to do. I'm going to do my own thing. Talk about some. I want to do. And then the bitcoin podcasts. sparked up and obviously didn't work on podcast anymore But that was a group of my friends from college. Roommates even Same as korean in know always tried to do project with my friends thirties. This is the only one with staying power. I don't know the my other friends are like all kids in bills. Lil affair why. It's not just because we we didn't try like turn it into a job that's true. We did a couple of times. I've didn't work. let's go back to. Let's go back to the basics and just fucking around anytime. i tried to job way and behind the scenes. I'm like i can't be a twenty four seven dickhead addicted at work. I can't feed the kid. I can't do that all day like this. It's not gonna work you know it's always kinda kept it fun and that's why the other ones you're right did turn into like i was in its lobby. Roofs let's talk about this right like this is. This is a good case. Study our part of them. Almost all of them at some point decided you know what we're talking about a few things and there's so much else going on because there's some let's make a network of shows there's a bunch of people in the community who would make great shows. They've expressed interest. Let's get opportunity so we just like become like an incubator. A chef started with. I think mackey what he left and may block channel and assets to be part of it like all right. Cool major channel charitable. Put it on our show. Whatever started making more shows that were of different flavor of content and then became this or how many shows like third visha. Put it in her. I'll read them out on resume we're gonna show is that we ever had on rubbing with the announcements blockchain future block channel blocked by design crypto to infinity dose of easier. Hashing it out. What the headers. Just the pool thin by gas law..

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

01:30 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Or skirt the system or or try new paradigm money and then over this course hole. Course you've learned about what it was things like that and as it grew and as we catch interviewing different people it seemed as though like the people who are like every every bull run you get a bunch of people who came in and stay and then every time. There's a new capability that opened up the gay people at different way to make businesses make money like the ico. You saw people like so a lot more people coming in with the sole purpose of making money. They don't really care about anything else but they said the same words there. It became to the point. Where like you can't keep track of everything. It's easy to get started and most people are trying to take advantage of a hype cycle using the same verbiage that the ideologues had in the past without really understanding what it meant or giving shit nuts hued at became really old really fast. It allowed us to make money as a podcast but it was. It was like through the announcements. Could we sold announcements for people that are basically asked them a standard set of questions and then give them a chance to say it out loud and then publish that shit on the regular show..

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:23 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"In six years time The ideals that bitcoin started with our are fun ideals but it's the odds of them. Working are very very slim because it's not necessarily a system that we're trying to change. We're trying to change human behavior and that takes raw necessity right that takes like in event like a pandemic to change people's behavior where a mild might municipality we haven't had a mask mandate in a month and a half but still every store. I go to everyone's wearing masks right. The behavior has now been changed. And i don't think crypto is working hard enough to change anyone's behaviors. It's not it's more so working really really really hard to have a same system but just newer and shinier a just a newer shinier of the same system. Because you still gonna take extreme expertise to know how to do something and then when those same people with extreme expertise know how to do something in break it. They're gonna cut. There's going to be a standard or a law or a group of people that create standards that influence laws. That make sure cryptos being used in the right way right. This is going to be a a rhyming of everything we've already created in. I know that you like to say that. Now people have the option but they're not going to be a lot of people that exercise. There's there's just not going to be And so the pastors do the show from interviewing artists porn stars and wrappers and business owners and business creators in investors over the counter operators. I would just say that. Were taking the same systems that have existed financial systems and products in just making them shinier in newer. Maybe a little bit faster. Maybe i don't know the answer. Six whole six people watching live now. Like damn what happened. But i mean it just. It just feels that way. I don't know maybe. Maybe i'm wrong wrong. So you are not the only star. It's not the only store thing is the you my perspective of what's changed over. The sixers have been doing this for so from a podcast. Podcast is specifically change things. It wasn't until i don't even know what episode how longer into this before we opened up the slack to the public so we were actively communicating with our listeners and our audience for the good portion couple years. I'd say if not at least half open we could out you talk a little bit account and see when we start a slack permission but then for a while this like which is private because we're doing everything in a facebook chat group everything scheduling including like random chats between and about marvel characters. And things like that so it was. It was rough like as we kept getting together and trying to make content in releasing it and interviewing people it was easy in the early days because the who was involved across the ecosystem in the reasons they were involved was like just a few things. It was people who are interested in making money but like who happened to understand tech works and were it had a an overlapping set of ideals. That thought that it was that was valuable like it was going it was it was going to succeed and keeping team spread. Continue to grow at that point. And then there's people who are interested in the tech and then you had like a hard core ideologues people who are in it till like damn.

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

06:19 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Dollar. Bitcoin like cost than i initially invested in. So late let's say i put twenty. Yeah so so. I was like wow i fucked up. You know so he said you. Did you come to the slack with the price metrics mostly in your mind or was it. Also you know just general like the community that you've grown and become a part of now or was it to me. It was price. First and then it became something a lot more for me was price as well and then i was just hanging out on the slack and i just didn't care about price or crypto after a while and then got back into crypto but like with the mentality that like the way i trade is not going to be like as degenerate as they did before that makes any sense because i i i threw money at the super shit coins like we all joke in the slack cans like we're all searching for has a finance bag of tron like i had forty k. Fourth tron spite. Maybe be being like sits garbage. You need to sell it. It was hot garbage too like i was just. I was at a point where i traded to so much money that that didn't matter to me that bag and i just kept it as a mean between me and joe just because it was funny. I remember that conversation for the laws at this point. It's likely it feels like fuddy-duddy because it doesn't until it makes me impacting your life or like where lost potential impact your life. It doesn't feel real cryptos real. When when i showed my brother. I could by jordan's with it. He was like. Oh oh this is a real thing. And i was like. Yeah yeah it is. This is real value and it's it needs to cross the jordan threshold for many different cultures and many different people. Not quite now quite there yet. Financial money is just the first killer app of crypto soon. There's so many more after the the one that the one that paves the road. So that with the double spend problem and the other things that just come with money being killed the first killer app it just at once that gets proven at scale in an adversarial environment with a lot behind it. Then everything else comes. You could be voting and deeds and achievements in education and certifications and soffer licenses and there's so many things that come up but those aren't sexy enough or important enough to have the efforts to stop the double spend part and then but money is i would say that Sorry audience. I would say that. We're very very far away from any other applications. And i also think that we're gonna reach this max capacity where humanity can just keep having the same conversation about reinventing money and we sidestep that Trying reinvent other things and then we come back to money right. I i think that like you know because the same way we've sounded for six years now the same way somebody in the turn of the decade of the eighty s into the nineties was like you're going to your banking on the internet. You're going to talk to your grandparents on video calls you're going to. You're going to pay your bills on internet. You're going to go to court on the internet. Everything's to be on the internet and somebody's like dues. You are insane. Check your mail. That's how everybody does everything right in so short the post office you know. Yeah sure what's happened from your perspective. As over the last six years and y you got into crypto and obviously as hosts and founders you have gained access to a tremendous number of influencers and authors and all sorts of different people. How is your journey changed over that six years in terms of what you're in it for. I have my suspicions. Based on what you say in the snatch slang. how'd you clarify. This'll be fun fun. I'll say my standpoints. And then you see it aligns okay. So when i first started this kind of bought into the same reasons. Jesse was bought in but from a more than oh i could just trade this and make money. I can actually participate in this network of mind and make money and that. Was you know corey verse. He showed me how to mind like coin. And then i was taking the light coit and trying to trade that into bitcoin. Like every tried to using cripsy holy cow. Ganci has said. I give money. I got my mind off their roof. The first time push send it like the screen locked. And i was like i'm getting money. This like looks. Like i'll get more money off of this immediately so in had that same experience with beatrix amd baloney ex like for awhile operate in this space a crossing my fingers that this money actually gets worse supposed to go But i wanted to contribute to the networks. Because i i did think at that time and i still do think that there's just a lotta broken systems abroad. Liberal financial systems that are designed to keep a small pocket of people very very wealthy and everyone else thinking that they can get into that small pocket of people right and over the years of like of doing this show interviewing lots of people in starting from us interviewing a very different people from very different walks of life. It's slowly turned into the same type of people from the same walk of life. And i'm starting to.

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

02:11 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"And we've all been here for various reasons but the unify thing is. We all have jobs or y'all have something we have to do for the good portion of the week. So how do we keep this. So that it's like a minimal amount of work that gets above a certain threshold equality. That's also fun. And engaging for us to like you have some social time and if these entertain ourselves in the process of like keep up with what's going on and the most important thing about our jobs they don't suck but if your job sucks like corey said we just don't want to be bored won't have fun doing this in if you wanna talk about price all the time then. Go you know on. Yahoo dot finance dot com or whatever. Go look at the price you make your own Draw a line on charts Even though i did do that can be fun. It just worries. that's for sure it is. It is your sorry like let me look at five minutes. Fifteen minutes our chart to our chart monitor so often time. let me change. let me change my parameters. Ooh i like the way that triangle looks. That's the parameter. That i like like you just becomes a self fulfilling cycle of really making that money money or just making more than vs right like we were in the early days. We were trading a lot more thing and the more sophisticated we got. This is probably speaks our ability to sophisticated like the less we made or if we made it all we were like taking swings really shit. I may two thousand dollars a day this is. I'm gonna quit my life in the next day. We're like this is me quit in my life. I'm really serious about this. Oh there we might two thousand dollars. Oh this you started listening relatively early and then you contributed to that community a lot. You gotta trading and then we talk about this before and then you just started contributing to the podcast and making contact..

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"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"six year" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Yeah what you guys were. Just looking at was live footage or the beach kickback. There we had of venice beach. It was crazy. Everyone showed up. Started doing backflips off. The lifeguard stand and i was like no. Don't do that and so Hey guys will come and see the thing. You didn't see it. i was looking at zapper fi. You're looking you know. Corey wasn't even a part of the now. That was stock kickback footage from the planet. So this is a kickback. If you don't know what a kickback is. i believe. The official dictionary is larger than get together but smaller than a party that jamaica urban dictionary did yeah man so this is we're just reflect on us six years of doing the bitcoin podcast. How voters jesse three years for you. Six years for corey myself. Six years of avid listening for way. Maybe not quite six i. I didn't start in the beginning beginning. I did catch up. I think i've listened to every episode for sure people. You're one of them have listened to everything. Yeah so going from the different intros and the you know the different attitudes the adoption is the only thing and then sometimes sometimes not price and then the interviews and then the expansion of all the different shows and then the d. expansion.

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