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A highlight from Sam Bankman-Fried Found Guilty on All 7 Counts | EP 860
"You It's all going to zero against Bitcoin. It's going up forever Against Bitcoin you're against freedom Yo, good morning everybody Welcome to simply Bitcoin is Friday, November 3rd in the year 2023 So you can tell from the title crazy crazy stuff happening everywhere today on the Twitter verse of course We will be covering Sam Beckman freed found guilty on all seven counts and of course you guys should know if you're if you're Usually talk about all corners again. It is still the very beginning of the YouTube show So we will use the nomenclature all corners for the time being because it waters down our message We don't ever really want to talk about all coins because we believe it is Bitcoin not all coins there is Bitcoin and then there's everything else and The point of this show is to try to separate Bitcoin from everything else But for better or worse guys, the average person has had SPF on their radar I even was telling rustin yesterday one of my friends. I haven't talked to him in a while. He Was asking me what I'm doing lately. I told him simply Bitcoin and His follow -up question was what is your thoughts on this SPF guy and I'm like, oh my goodness. Here we go My parents have been talking about him. Yeah, all the public media has been talking about him and Finally I guess justice may have caught up with him welcome to law SPF and You know, you can't just commit fraud out there in the name of all coins and and doing good by the people You know, it is what it is There are laws in this country and it seems that SPF has been found guilty on all seven counts We will be talking about that. We got a bunch of clips We will be kind of trolling it out a little bit as well Rustin's gonna give you guys all of the signal on that one in the new segment and in the numbers We were talking about it yesterday. We are seeing At the current stage of the Bitcoin bull market, maybe the end of the crab market the very end tail end of a bear market We're gonna cover for you guys where we are in the cycle and we got a solid clip from Michael sailor at his microstrategy earnings call Basically saying what we've been saying all year long here that people are looking for alternatives. We are seeing public consciousness raised Public attention raised in regards to Bitcoin and what that means moving forward So we'll be talking about that in the numbers and the culture I mentioned yesterday I saw this thread and I really enjoyed it and it was on black rock and Bitcoin So I'm gonna cover that I know we all have the view of F black rock Don't really like black rock obviously for obvious reasons, but I think They may be incentivized to play along with the rules I'm even gonna bring up the white paper and the incentives portion of the white paper which maybe Satoshi was right all along and this is why we are doing what we're doing because if black rock can take down Bitcoin Then what are we really doing here? And then actually actually before I move on I'm not sure if you guys saw this morning, but shouts out to our brothers over at Bitcoin magazine apparently the Federal Reserve is suing them for Basically making a parody t -shirt of the Fed now system and They are saying that they are infringing on their copyright. Absolutely incredible We do not want to associate ourselves with Fed now system and the boys over at Bitcoin magazine, I guess are over the target This is more Credence to the idea of then they fight you stage Absolutely incredible stuff. We will get into that a little bit at towards the end of the news segment, but welcome to simply Bitcoin We are your number one source for the peaceful back Bitcoin revolution We cover breaking news culture and of course mimetic warfare We bring on big corners from all around the world and the biggest names to the everyday big corner We got them all and we will be your guide through Separation of money and state of course. I'm not alone. I got my boy rust in here And I already know that we're gonna get a little crazy. This is the Friday show things should get a little Light -hearted. I I saw a little bit of what rustin has in store for you guys and just gonna forewarn you We will be giving you the signal but we are gonna troll it out a little bit. I'm gonna be honest Well, we're gonna work. Oh, yeah Today we're gonna Oh, I'm stoked up. I'm so stoked out there. You have to happy to be here We get a lot of good news, apparently maybe the system kind of works but not really So we'll dive into that and see what was left out of the trial and the charges. It's very interesting How the media treated this guy leading up to it all throughout the whole thing. They love this guy. He came out of nowhere He looked like he lived under an overpass and and then he was there darling I we got a very good clip of what what's his name? Oh leery what stop listening to these people? They are absolute morons and I think we're coming to a conclusion. Maybe the CDC will pick this up but maybe there may be a connection between degenerative mental illness and Prolonged use of shit coins. So we're gonna dive into that and see if we can get to Bottom of it and also we are way over the target Bitcoin news in the Fed now, we got some good nuggets for that, too Love to see it guys as we always say, you know, the coin is peaceful revolution and memes are artillery ridicule is a powerful tool in our toolbox and hey guys, it is working and Actually before we go in there It just it's absolutely incredible that people at the Federal Reserve Are are digesting Bitcoin content like we're winning absolutely winning so hard. It's incredible But I want to know how many of them have one of those shirts Actually talking with my boy Joe did not many have those shirts at all so Streisand effect in real time. We'll see. We'll see. Anyways guys. We got a lot to talk about. Let's get into this The Bitcoin numbers is your Bitcoin in cold storage really secure is your seed phrase Really secure stamp seeds do -it -yourself kit has everything you need to hammer your seed words into commercial grade Titanium plates instead of just writing them on paper Don't store your generational wealth on paper papers prone to water damage fire damage You want to put your generational wealth on one of the strongest metals on planet earth? titanium your words are actually stamped into this metal plate with this hammer and these letter stamps and once your words are in They aren't going anywhere. No risk of the plate breaking apart and pieces falling everywhere Titanium stamp seeds will survive nearly triple the heat produced by a house fire They're also crush proof waterproof non -corrosive and time proof all things that paper is not allowing you to huddle your Bitcoin with peace of Mind for the long haul stamp your seed on stamp seed Alright guys stand the QR code. Make sure your seed phrase is backed up It's not on a piece of paper in your sock drawer Get yourself a stamp seed kit and also actually actually before I forget guys we are so close to hitting our 21k subscriber a Threshold on YouTube. We will be doing a giveaway. I'm guessing probably live on Monday and the mega prize is a stamp seed Full kit we might even throw in a shirt or a hoodie in there. I don't know where work We'll talk about it over the weekend. But one of you guys in the chat that's been hanging out with us all year I wrote my list down you will be getting a stamp seed kit but for everyone else make sure you scan the QR code and you secure your seed phrase in something that will last the test of time anyways, let's get into the numbers guys because Got a lot of talk about anyways My favorite number the block height tick tock next block The only date that matters is the block height and we are currently at eight hundred and fifteen thousand one hundred and thirty -eight The current Bitcoin price is thirty four thousand seven hundred and thirty and actually little side tangent Rustin we got rug pulled yesterday with our clickbait title. Apparently the Bitcoin price dumped on us when we were like Yeah, Bitcoin totally trolled us yesterday. That is a hundred percent pain max pain in regard to the price Anyways, the current Moscow time aka what your Fiat dollars worth aka how much Bitcoin you can buy for a single dollar It's currently at two thousand eight hundred and seventy nine cents per dollar or for you bit maxis out there 287 bits the total percentage of Bitcoin that will ever be issued I repeat ever be issued until the end of time is currently at ninety three point zero one percent the market cap of Bitcoin in fiat terms is at 678 point four billion the realized monetary inflation taking fiat currencies to school is at one point seven four percent and that Will get cut in half it'll go down It's gonna go down in April roughly April the Bitcoin verse gold market cap. Is that five point eleven percent? Barely at five percent of the gold market cap and that is ten trillion dollars guys And you guys are you guys are bearish out there couldn't be me can't relate Anyways, the total public lightning capacity is at five thousand three hundred and six point nine nine BTC The hash rate the last 90 days is at four hundred and fifteen point four exit hatches the pending fees Wow Okay, yesterday was at one point nine today is at three point nine Oh for Bitcoin currently sitting in the mempool that Clark Moody dashboard is reading and then of course blocks to having We're at twenty four thousand eight hundred and sixty two and as of today the having estimate is the mean number April 20th 2024 let's let's hope we mean that into reality anyways guys As we were telling you yesterday We've been covering it constantly on this show the theme of You know yesterday we talked about the flight to quality. We talked about the bond market. We talked about inflation numbers we've talked about corporate press covering Bitcoin in favorable light or rather even in unfavorable light, but it does seem like we are crossing the Rubicon into mainstream consciousness and moving forward if you are in Financial markets financial media you will have to talk about Bitcoin and I say it all the time, you know Look, we're just youtubers. We're just Bitcoiners. We're just everyday Bitcoiners that happen to make a show We just cover what's going on in the world. So We realize that maybe what we say about Bitcoin doesn't hit as hard as when a billionaire rocket scientist Talks about the same things we're talking about or rather maybe we need to wear suits So we seem like we're more authority figures or maybe one day we'll be on the television and then now that will give us some Sense of legitimacy. But anyways, this is another simply Bitcoin. I told you so moment and Sailor is just saying everything we've been saying forever on the show Anyways, you can see this tweet by a swan it goes Michael sailors bullish mainstream awareness seems to be reaching new heights of Bitcoin And this is from today's micro strategy earnings call. So we got a short clip We'll talk about it and then we will move on into the news, but check this out He's saying what we say all the time guys. Love to see it. We're winning constantly winning. So Tune in strap up. It's gonna be a great bull run mainstream awareness Seems to be reaching new heights for Bitcoin we have We have the likes of Larry Fink Referring to it as a flight quality we have Druckenmiller noting that it's a legitimate asset embraced by an entire generation and Lamenting that he doesn't own more of it or own it We have Muhammad al -aryan on television noting that Bitcoin is being viewed now as a safe haven asset We have a lot of coverage of Bitcoin in television On television networks news networks and also through mainstream media that should continue to grow as that coverage increases that combined with increasing availability of Wall Street analyst coverage and new voices emerging in the community like like fidelity with their analysis of Bitcoin all of those new voices and new interest is Driving of education a new generation of investors I think we can expect more of that during the coming 12 months and All of these things together just create a virtual cycle and as they drive Bitcoin awareness they should drive Bitcoin investment and that should drive more news and that should drive more awareness and that should catalyze more and more firms to take an interest in supporting Bitcoin or investing in Bitcoin and Absolutely love to hear it and and remember guys I'm I just thought of this as we were live because I've been using this chart a lot again I'm over here at nakamoto Institute org chefs at the pierre Richard.
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"Here at Bloomberg. Lots of earnings after the close of trading and we've got you covered. Salesforce out with a profit forecast for the current quarter. The top analyst estimates after our sales force up by about 7 .4%. Snowflake gave a product sales outlook for the current quarter quarter that beat expectations, sales snowflake up by about 7 .3%. The automation solution Synopsys company forecast adjusted EPS for the first quarter. That guidance beat the average analyst estimate. estimate after ours we got synopsis up by 1 .7%. Victoria's Secret reported a Larger than expected quarterly loss amid a rise in investment in its marketing and technology. But the company said its efforts are starting to pay off. Victoria's Secret after ours down now by 1 .7%. The now higher S &P and NASDAQ both lower today we have the S &P down four points down less one tenth of one percent. Dow industrials up 13 up less than one tenth of one percent. NASDAQ fell 21 down by about two tenths of one percent. Ten year yield 4 .25 % with a two year yielding four point six four percent gold at two thousand forty four the ounce. West Texas and Nvidia crude up one point point nine percent seventy seven eighty six a barrel. The US economy grew at an even faster pace in the third quarter than originally estimated reflecting upward revisions to business investment and government spending reaction to the day -to -day from Laura Raim chief economist at FS Investments. I think we are really storing the big elephant in the room which is services. We still have a hot labor market by my measure. We still have wage pressure that is way higher than prior to the pandemic and the resting heart rate of inflation is still well above two percent and on the services side really is the problem here. You can hear more of the conversation with Laura Raim on the surveillance podcast. You can download it wherever you get your podcasts again recapping here tenure yield four point two five percent S &P today down four to forty five fifty a drop of one tenth of one percent. I'm Charlie pellet. That is a Bloomberg Business Flash. Alright Charlie thank you so much. Carol Master along with Tim Stanovic live here on Bloomberg Business Week. We are talking with the founder and CEO of Chime on Zoom from San Francisco. Chris Brit is still with us. Hey Chris just a few rapid business questions to wrap up the business part of our interview three in and sixty seconds. I want to ask you because we want to get to your foundation. We want to talk a little bit about your backstory. First of all are you guys profitable? We have very attractive highly profitable unit economics. We are not yet profitable but we've made as a private company. Okay will you be soon? That's not a goal. That's a part of it. We're not optimizing for profitability right now. We may actually profitable in Q1 but it's not a stated goal. You a know we large raised round of financing in Q21 so you know we don't need to raise money again. But you know we're feeling like there's an opportunity right now to continue to pursue our vision which is to you know be the number one market share company in terms of primary account relationships among consumers that make up to $100 ,000 a year and we think that's within reach for us over the next few years. Which tells you a lot about the folks that you reaching are out to and helping growth in users and how sticky if somebody's on the platform do they stay with you? Oh yeah I think that's if you were to you know in a nutshell describe what different differentiates chime relative to other consumer fintech companies is just that it's the engagement it's the primary account relationship that we enjoy with with millions of consumers so the majority of people that bank through the chime app are using us as their primary everyday you know transaction relationship and sort of way to manage their money so yeah it results in very high engagement lots of transaction volume and you know for the business ARPU extremely high relationships with with our members but in way a that's very aligned with that all right and growth in users can you give us any kind of like year to year overgrowth oh yeah yeah I mean you know we're growing at a rate of you know next year will grow well above 30 percent so I think in an environment where a lot of companies are you know MA user declining or flatlining a bit you know we are a real bright spot in that we're you know growing at a at a nice clip right now and just quickly since you just did another funding round any plans to go public anytime soon I know this has been asked certainly in well the past we did a funding round in 2021 that's right it's been a few years yeah yeah but look we intend to be an public independent large company we've certainly you know we've raised a lot of money and so we you know we want to make sure that we can do that for our amazing investors and also for all of all the chimers that work here to support our members every day so it's not something that we have planned on in the short term but we're certainly about as IPO ready as you know a company could be and we certainly have the scale to be able to to be a you know a nice public company I think you know we're gonna wait and see how the economy plays out and the stock market plays out over the course of you know the first half of next year and figure finds out from there hey Chris I want to talk about the big news this week coming from chime the company announcing the chime foundation scholars I actually you know we've we've talked many times
A highlight from 1446: Bitcoin Will 20x Minimum This Bull Run - Raoul Pal
"In today's show, I'm going to be breaking down the latest Bitcoin technical analysis and quoting the high priest of Bitcoin, Max Kaiser. Bitcoin is the new New Testament. Adjust your thinking accordingly. Also breaking news just in the Bitcoin difficulty source to another record. Sixty two point four six trillion. That's a pretty massive difficulty. Also in today's show, the CME becomes the second largest Bitcoin futures exchange as open interest continues surging. Also in today's show, F the Regulator says SPF behind closed doors. According to this report, little did I know SPF was such a gangster talking ish about the regulators. And speaking of regulators, Gary Gensler's Bitcoin ETF position is inconsistent, according to the chairman himself, Gary Gensler, in a video which surfaced with him back in 2019. Also in today's show, Bitcoin is about to get ready for a parabolic leg up, sending Bitcoin to new all time highs. According to crypto strategist, I'll be breaking down his latest targets, as well as the former Goldman Sachs executive, Raul Powell, says retail will front run the VCs and institutions before the crypto explosion. He also predicts that exponential age for crypto amid the recent Bitcoin bull market will also be taking a look at the overall crypto market. All this plus so much more in today's show.
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"With a two -year that's yielding four point six four percent we do have spot gold moving higher again up another two tenths of one percent up four dollars a ounce now at two thousand forty five on gold west texas anonymity accrued up one point six percent seventy six sixty two right now for a barrel of wti so the dow the s &p and nesdaq holding on to gains s &p up nine an advance of two tenths of one percent the dow up one hundred nineteen up by three tenths of one percent and we've got the stack composite index of fifteen are by one tenth of one percent i'm charlie pallet there's a bloomberg business flash this is bloomberg sound on with it's joe matthew by the sounds of things on capitol hill a lot has changed here in the debate over border security and immigration reform even
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"Checking in at sixty two the font plaza sixty eight degrees it's four thirty one this is wtop news everything need every time you listen wt lp producers desk is wired by i'd be w local twenty x where electrical contractors good afternoon to you i'm fox ralph occasion james is our producer top stories were falling for you at this hour dot cbs news special report uh... israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu declared his country at war after the the iran -backed palestinian militant group hamas attacked israel from the gaza strip thousands of rockets have been fired hundreds of israelis have been killed president biden reiterated where the u s stands stands with him we will not we will make sure that their citizens need friends sarah davies is with the international committee of the red cross delegation in israel and the occupied territory calling for de -escalation for civilian uh... things like buildings very populated areas israel retaliated with attacks on gaza there are reports of hundreds dead there as well cbs news special report i'm stacy in jerusalem they say there were air raid sirens that rang out in the early morning hours during this act now axios world editor lauren whitney got breath covers israeli politics and foreign policy joining us live now to talk about it lauren is there any indication that taking this kind of aggression no i mean this incursion this morning uh... it local time and in israel caught the israeli military in the country by by complete surprise i will say while this is shocking and it wasn't necessarily surprising that hamas might eventually do something of course we've seen over over the years attacks uh... from a hamas but also you know this year has been a year of escalation uh... in the west bank uh... with israeli reads and and uh... those types of that type of violence so it but in terms of the type and the fact that this is very much a sort of multi uh... prong uh... attack by hamas is really something we've never seen before and and really has has been quite shocking for israel and most of the the world this fifty years to the day since the yam kapur the october war do you think their significance there b and uh... i wouldn't necessarily put it passed it whoever whoever was sort of the mastermind of uh... this attack and to certainly have that in mind uh... however you know uh... hamas uh... you know give some very and specific reasons as to why and they launched this attack and uh... i think it it very much could have come at any time and given those reasons are sort of their overarching reasons for any sort of uh... attacks or retaliation uh... when certain things also happen against gaza or in the west bank from israel on paper hamas is not strong enough to to fight this battle long -term is is there uh... a potential endgame i think you referred to it earlier where we go from here yeah so what's interesting about this particular incursion and and what we know is it hamas claims to have captured a number and and civilians are holding them hostage in gaza as well as earlier in the day they were holding them hostage in a couple different israeli villages as well we one knew reason hamas gave for launching this incursion was very much to palestinian free uh... prisoners and so i think that's one one sort endgame in terms of what hamas wants sort of that's very tangible is as a way to negotiate the freedom of uh... palestinians who are being held and have been held in israeli prisons for years if not decades so that's sort of the big thing and then of course they also say that they want freedom uh... for uh... men into the occupation and then the other thing with which is interesting in terms of uh... another reason giving they're is they want it to be a sign in terms of countries that have been Arab countries that have been normalizing relations with israel and as we know Saudi Arabia has been negotiating with the US for a deal that could include normalization between the kingdom and israel uh... and uh... so it's an interesting time that they're also pointing to that as well again axios world editor Lauren Whitney covering Gottbreath israeli politics joining us today Lauren thanks for your time we will keep you up to date on this story and more stay with us at WTOP it is four thirty six coming up after traffic and weather look at a salary guide even if you're not job i'm jeff clape when was your last visit to MGM national harbor digit dance the away night after some salsa lessons at diablo's cantina were you one of our hundreds of daily jackpot winners did did you see your favorite star up close in our three thousand seat theater or did you indulge in the seafood tower in parker house roles at voltaggio brothers steakhouse maybe it's time for another visit to MGM national harbor monumental happens here must be twenty -one please play responsibly for help visit MD gambling help dot org or call 1 -800 gambling
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"Virginia sixty -two potomac fifty six degrees at five thirty this is w -t -o -p news everything you need every time you listen w -t -o -p producers desk is wired by i'd be w local twenty six where electrical contractors scum uh... good morning i'm dan ronan thanks for joining us matt small is our producer this morning the stories top were following for you here at w t l p congress is averted a government shutdown the senate approved a short -term spending bill that was passed earlier by the house it happened only hours before the midnight deadline w two p's mitchell miller has today on the hill senate majority leader chuck schumer says after difficult days of uncertainty bipartisanship which is in the trademark of the senate has failed and the american people can breathe a sigh of relief the senate stop republican mitch mcconnell had advocated for a short -term spending bill and he's glad it was ultimately agreed to it gives us time to continue a number of important discussions about outstanding priorities one of those priorities at least in the senate is funding for ukraine the bill does not include aid for ukraine but lawmakers agreed to take that up at a later date house speaker kevin mccarthy brought up the stopgap measure and over the objections of conservatives got it passed in the house with the overwhelming support of democrats he says he had little choice after exhausting other efforts if you have members in your conference that won't let you vote for appropriation bills stopgap measure so the only answer is to shut down and not pay our troops i don't want to be a part of that team the legislation extends government funding through november seventeenth on capitol hill mitchell miller wtop news capitol hill lawmaker pulled a fire alarm yesterday just as the house was about to vote on the stop funding bill the office of democratic congressman jamal bowman confirms he pulled the fire alarm in a capitol office building ahead of that last minute house vote a spokesman says he quote did not realize he would a trigger building alarm as he was rushing to make an urgent vote adding that he regrets it he pulled it just after noon and the building was evacuated while capitol police officers checked it it's unclear why bowman pulled the fire alarm but house speaker kevin mccarthy called it an embarrassment that is cbs news reporter matt piper in october and millions of americans must now start repaying their federal student loans with monthly payments averaging hundreds of dollars a month many borrowers are cutting their expenses or taking additional on work in looking for options to reduce monthly payments back in july the supreme court rejected a biden administration plan to wipe away four hundred billion dollars in student loan dead it's not clear how this will impact the nation's economy stay tuned california won't be giving unemployment checks to workers on strike while the state lawmakers passed a bill to make california do the third this state the to democratic governor gavin newson vetoed it yesterday he says he rejected the bill because the fund that the state uses to pay unemployment benefits is in debt the money comes from a tax on businesses that has not been changed since nineteen eighty four labor unions argue though that the striking workers should be eligible for benefits and it wouldn't have much of an impact on the fund lawmakers could attempt to override the governor's veto but it's been decades since that has happened in the state of california new york city is recovering from a record rainfall this past weekend reporter cb cotton is at laguardia airport well new yorkers some of them are feeling exhausted some of them now dealing
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"Message from nitsa and the act council happy sixty second birthday granddad thanks sweetheart i got you this a mug well thank you what does it say beware if you were sixty -year -old are you may be at increased risk of hospitalization from rsv respiratory syncytial virus compared to adults younger than sixty not all dangers come with warning labels talk to your pharmacist or doctor about getting against vaccinated rsv today learn more at beware of rsv dot com brought to you by Pfizer this is wtop news good morning it's 645 I'm Dan Ronan thanks for being with us a frightening incident at a home in Woodbridge just a couple days ago someone was shooting arrows the in backyard and struck a dog the Yorkshire Terrier mix went to an emergency vet for treatment is expected to be okay the arrows started flying at the home on Dulce Newell place in Woodbridge about 735 on Wednesday night Prince William County Police then realized two more arrows had been shot earlier in the day one was found near the door frame in the home no others were found in the backyard the other I should say was found in the backyard of a neighbor's house no people were hurt and police are still looking for a suspect we are told as America faces what many doctors are calling a mental health crisis new research is showing a link between depression and dementia causal relationship but definitely there is an association dr. Angela Sue works in memory care with Kaiser Permanente one day she says a new European study shows there is a link between depression and some degenerative but there brain are diseases still questions but that need answering you know it might be that depression is an early sign underlying dementia she she says says there's no silver bullet for how you can prevent these things but adds that taking care of your cardiovascular health and exercising at least 30 minutes a day are a start so knowing that you know mental health issues could significantly impact burden of disease really I think highlights for us that we need to be paying attention to this now Matt Kofax, UTOP News. The well -known White House Situation Room is a getting 50 million dollar upgrade. The 5 ,500 square foot highly secure complex of rooms conference and offices in the West Wing of the White House got a 50 million dollar facelift. The renovated space is a modern but vintage vibe. Old floors, furniture, computers and other tech were stripped out and replaced with pristine mahogany paneling from Maryland, stonework from a Virginia quarry, LED lights that can change colors and flat screen panels. But as modern as it is there are still plenty of landline phones. No cell phones are allowed in the secure space for security reasons. Stacey Lin, CBS News, Washington. Now to the top stories we're working on at top the University of Maryland is telling students if you test positive for covid you don't have to go home but you can't stay in a university dorm, a fraternity or sorority. Students who are positive will have to find off -site housing while they isolate for at least five days. The Washington commanders are
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A highlight from TBGP #404 Baldurs Gate A Classic, Starfield, Red Dead Discussion, and Who Speaks for Gamers
"What's up everybody? This is Carrick with ACG and I'm here with Johnny and Abzi for the best gaming podcast. Hopefully our audio is pretty level across the board. If you have to turn us up a little bit or turn us down a little bit, I apologize trying to do some new set up here at the house so that I can get some different videos created. Um, it'll probably not pan out like always where I'm always like, I'm going to do this thing and then it doesn't work. I'm like, God damn it, but I'm going to try trying to have the battles I said in the Atlas review. Um, and we're going to talk about Atlas as well. We're definitely going to talk about Atlas fallen. Did either one of you guys get it? No, but I've been looking forward to it for a while. I just, uh, I don't know, man. I don't know. I'm on the fence about it now. On the fence is a good place to be. Yeah, I think I'm going to do remnant two, if anything, um, as my next like multiplayer multiplayer game because I haven't touched that yet. That game is sweet. What about you, Johnny? Are you doing any Atlas fallen? You doing remnants still? No, I'm, I'm just doing Baldur's, uh, focusing on that before starfield comes out. Yeah, dude, there's a lot of big games, man. Take me a long time, dude. Like 100 hours or something. Dude, I'm, I'm 60 hours in. I just got to act too. Yeah. 60 hours in. Yeah. I re I, I just, uh, yeah, I take my time. So, uh, it's gonna, it's gonna remember our discussion and yes, everybody, I do have a little bit of a shiner did get popped in practice. Uh, yeah, we talked about this with atomic heart where you and I were laughing because like it was three or four hours, like 25 hours for some people. Yeah, maybe not three or four hours, but it was like eight and we were at like 30 and we were still, you know, three points the way through. I wasn't even, yeah, I wasn't even halfway done. Then I was at like 30. Yeah. The DLC popped for that too. Yeah, I haven't gone back to it. It's, it's middling. It's got some really good, uh, settings and locations. It's a little linear. And as somebody else pointed out, there aren't as many new and new Crete creations you might be hoping for, but overall I, I'm, I'm pretty fine with it. Jeffrey with the $10 soup chat. Thanks for the content. Thank you very much. I appreciate it. Evening everybody or morning or mid afternoon. Depends on where you are. What? Speaking of that, it's 10 30 for me. What is it for you guys? 8 30 PM. Johnny and 6 30 PM. There we go. Okay, so we'll try to get through it without doing a Johnny Jeremy podcast like last week. What was that? Like five hours that went wild, man. We went some weird places with you and me and you and Abzi or and me and Abzi have had by far the longest podcasts. It's been insane. We just go into AI and random. We were doing AI and then Johnny and I were talking about ghosts and fucking Bigfoot UFO and it was just like, by the way, one of the highest viewed podcasts we've ever had. Like, which funny because people might say that end is what caused people to watch it, but that's not, they have to get through it to get to the end. So the retention is insane. I looked at it. I normally don't look at the podcast stuff because it doesn't do as well, but the number of views were high. And then I actually, for the first time in a long time, saw people sharing it. Podcasts are so hard to share now because everybody's got them. Even we've talked about it. I try to tell you guys about a podcast and you're like, what am I going to do? How am I going to add another podcast? Yeah. How am I going to add another one to my, to my slate of stuff covered? So thank you everybody for showing up. This is the best gaming podcast tweeted out to your friends. If you are able to, or on Twitter, let's jump into the first bit of discussion, which is let's cover Atlas fallen first. So it got middling reviews and I would personally say those are pretty right. The combat put it slightly over the edge as well as a cheaper price. Once again, price does matter in game reviews. And I stated it very clearly. I was like, I don't know, I'll die on this fucking Hill. It's the foundation of what you're rating. Yeah. It's like, that's what it costs me. So I'm going to rate it for like what it delivers, but man, the combat is good. It's so stupid. Cause the, I'm not saying it's platinum good, but there were times where I thought of near automata when I was playing like there was, yeah, yeah. It looks jank, man. It looks like from a, just looking at it. I mean technically plays better. I mean, I've seen that before. Combat is not jank. No, the combat is loose, dude. The combat is like ESP loose where, so for example, I would, an enemy to hit me and sometimes it'll hit you in a game and you're like, that didn't hit me, dude. I was hitting them going, I whiffed that I didn't hit them. So, so I was okay with that because it was happening to me and the hit boxes seemed off for them sometimes. So I was like, you know what, as loose as this is, but I got to tell you guys, if you saw the first transformers, when fucking one of the transformers comes up out of the sand and it's exploding, that moment is replicated so many times. And I got to tell you an Atlas fallen when one of those comes out and there's just like sand, I was like this, that's cool. It's just that a lot of the other stuff that's not, yeah, no, no, yeah, no sandworms, but you have like crabs. Well, you do have sandworms, sand dragon, like big sound like the ones that do under the sand and come out. Yeah, you have those. Yeah. Yeah, I guess you do. I didn't think about it, but yeah, you do have those. Combat's great. Gauntlet's 10 times better. He's like a natural conduit for information. Did you like the, it wasn't called tenacity, uh, more momentum. What was it called? Momentum. Momentum. Did you like that mechanic? Yeah, but yeah, you know, I didn't love it, but it didn't get in the way like when I attacked, I was, I was like, oh, I could possibly take more damage, but I was spending momentum so fast that if there was going to be a position where I got hit because my momentum was high, it was probably because I just didn't hit the whatever action I wanted to take as quickly. Um, I did the passives for the first two parts of the bar, passive, you know, strength, passive damage, passive armor. And then after that I did some quick attacks and difficulty wise between surge and a normal action combat game way towards normal action combat. Not even a million. So they don't hit like a truck and you die in like two hits or something. No, no, no. There was a couple of bosses that I like. There's one boss that I just, I don't know what was going on. I was just like, oh my God, I'm smashing my head against him. I beat him, but it was like 10 fights versus 150 and neo one or so, you know, where like I wasn't prepared and I was like, oh my God, yeah, it was good. I mean, it was good in a good sense, but it's got all the jank you see. Every bit of jank you see is replicating annoying flying creatures. Yes, I don't know. I dude, remember when you tried to jump in final fantasy seven remake and because there were air and because there's a lot of air enemies and you don't have the same thing happens with you, but you can jump, but they're so high sometimes. And then the camera will be like, I got to show him the enemy and you're like, oh God, I'm gonna vomit. Yeah, that definitely that definitely happened. But once you get up there, dude, you can stay in the air forever because you can when you hit it resets a bunch of stuff. And then I was right. You can sort of jump off enemies and then you get three or four dodge burst. So pretty soon you're like, dodge, dodge, dodge any. Sure. It's like you're juggling yourself in the air with attacks instead of juggling enemies. Yeah. Yeah. And then if you have momentum, so let's say you jump and attack, then you do momentum, then it resets everything or some stuff. So like pretty soon you're in the air just like and a new enemy. I believe a new enemy might reset it because there were like four or five flying guys and be like, bang, bang, bang, and then go over here. Bang, bang, bang. And I would stay up as a combo It's potential. not about combos. It's about building to doing your abilities. It's more cool down based ish. Well, cool up because you're building cool up. Yeah. So it's more like build up based. Yeah. And that is different. But yeah, the combos are like, X, X, Y, hold Y, hold no directional inputs. No, no, no, it's not. No. But there's so many jewels that you could have absolutely 100 % different jewels. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. What are we going to say? Sorry, I was going to say I noticed two things looking at your review and others. One is it seems when you kill one of the limbs or several of the limbs, it doesn't really change what the boss is able to do. No, it does. Oh, does it? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They pull off. So they have a berserk mode, I guess is what you would say. And so some of the bosses, it depends on the boss, but some bosses and normal, some just bigger enemies in the game world. If you do, they pull, they can pull off completely different moves. If you're on the medium and higher difficulties. If somebody played it on easy, they don't. But what I was thinking is, because what I would expect is if I destroy an arm, I would expect that the guy to not be able to hit me with the arm. Does that make sense? Yeah. So sort of does that happen or is it different? Um, it would be more along the lines of a guy is incredibly armored and you're beating his armor off. So you can still hit that arm as a as a base body hit, but it doesn't do any more like specific limb damage. But what they do do is they switch up their moves and you'll start to see them pulling off specials. Rampage moves is what I call them, but you'll see them. One of the guys has a sweet one that pops up. But I saw a lot of people playing it on easy and which I'm not saying it's just because we brought it up, but I saw a lot of reviews where it was on easy and that would have less reactions than than medium and hard. So, you know, depends on what you're playing. And the other thing I noticed real quick is sometimes the attacks from you seem a bit slow because I was looking like, you know, the enemies would attack you pretty quickly. But your attacks kind of have a wind up to him, don't they? Does that feel heavy weapon? Yeah, depends on what you're using, Johnny. Okay. And I I do know that some people weren't showing some items because they haven't been as open about weapons as they were about the jewels. So a good reviewer will try to talk about it, but maybe not show it to spoiler it. And I saw a lot of people trying not to spoiler some stuff. Good on them, by the way, at least visually. Did you feel like for me just watching it on YouTube? There's there's an the impact on you hitting an enemy doesn't seem that satisfying, but I don't know if it is when you're actually playing it. Yeah, yeah, I would agree with that. I mean, satisfying is different for different games, but you don't get this like so to build up momentum. Think about it this way. If you tried to build up momentum, the enemy kept stun ranging out of your spot, then you couldn't build up momentum. So you have to the developer has to figure out a way to make it look like they got hit, but also not remove them from you to building momentum. And that's one of the things I talked to a reviewer about who actually put it in his review because we were talking. He was like, dude, they don't move back. They just shutter a little bit. I'm like, well, if they did move back, the entire momentum system would be broken. He was like, oh, my God, like I get it. And by the way, that's not like something brand new. I picked up from talking to a game dev or another reviewer who randomly will mention it. And I'll be looking at a game going, oh, I get it. But yeah, I would say it doesn't look. Here's the thing. It's a B level game at a level price. Yeah. Sound effects were OK. I will say this. If a pop up was fixed, that game would have rated higher because it is so egregious. It is like a reverse shooting range, just constantly shit flipping back up. So instead of shooting a range target down, it's just everywhere you go fling fling fling fling fling everywhere. And it's not a radius around you. It's not an L .O .D. situation. It's L .O .D. as the game. It's just everywhere you go, there's something popping up in your way. And it's that's that's really bad. Hey, Johnny, can you mute if you're typing? Because that's coming across. I apologize. That's all right. I just don't want to get. So so that's one of the things that's popped up. But overall, I would say the scores are about right. It'd be a little bit higher if it was technically proficient, which because there are parts that look amazing, amazing lighting in some locations. But you got to have good performance. And pop in is an old style problem, man. Like right before this was fine. Performance was fine. Yeah, it wasn't amazing. There were some drops I had, you know, but that depends on your CPU, your GPU. I will say I found out something weird and then somebody else covered it. But I was so nervous about saying it and being like, this is just my system or something. And I tried to test it and it always came up correct on my system. But you never quite know it doesn't use your CPU and GPU as much as it should. So when I was playing, I was like 60 percent sometimes and I wasn't getting bad frames. I was just low CPU and GPU usage. And I was like, interesting. It's still getting the FPS that's more acceptable than remnant, too. But then later I went and looked and found out, oh, yeah, looks like other people had found that, too. So yeah, it's just one of those things. Let's move on from there and start talking about some more Baldur's Gate. So how many hours do you guys have in Baldur's? I'm at exactly sixty two point eight hours right now. Sixty two. Sixty two point seven. Sixty two point. I'm thirty six. Thirty six hours. All right. So so real quick, Johnny, what's that seems low for you with a weekend between conversations. Was that just you were busy? So while in the weekend, I was also finishing Final Fantasy 16.
"sixty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Expectation is it will be a fairly dovish rate increase because he'll come out and say well we're gonna just watch the data and the market is at point not this point pricing a rate increase after this what was the phrase is uh... hot meeting is uh... what's a live a live meeting is is july a live meeting uh... july's a live meeting uh... we've the stock is on the right here basically placed in a a rate cut in the markets now and and september uh... and november well let's look at the september and november i'm getting august jackson whole talk to us about the jackson hole situation here was because i put in my ticket to go but i have not heard anything yet uh... so i think that i got a proper would buy some of the you and tom are sharing a report that i uh... it's uh... at this point going to be an interesting situation because uh... the expectation is given the way the fed's been going in every thing that's depending on the central bank the jay powell would have to say something uh... but it doesn't look like he as has the same kind of message he doesn't want to go out and say stand by we're going to raise rates or uh... as ben bernanke did when we have the great financial crisis stand by we're going to cut rates and do q e the markets are kind of doing what the fed wants at this point so he's not going to come come out and repeat last year and slap them upside the head doesn't come out and just say how ex post this is what we've done whether you like it or not we waited for data we reacted to the data and in august we're going to wait for the data and react to it as it into comes q four and into next year why can't he say what is the taboo of saying we have to wait for the data well they because want to wait for the data i agree with the markets the markets are nuts to me i i just think that the whole parlor game is absurd yeah but um... traders gotta trade the fed doesn't that you know every day the the market has to do something if you're on a trading that's fair uh... the fed every three months puts out uh... new dot plot on where things uh... rates are going to go they're not under the immediate investors are so they kinda sit back and say we'll we'll keep an eye on this and we'll watch it i asked about this yesterday by somebody down in washington and i noticed that uh... i'd noted that basically uh... the fed puts out its dot plot and then the markets react every data point that comes along and so that the fed is either right or wrong on a daily basis you know the difference is paul you and i are over at third avenue at mcdonalds like you know number two value meal whatever keys at the hay adams talking to people line up washington houses and talking table at the head of the party he has a little flight yep across coffee at park exactly mike mckeith thank you so much and of course a lot of important today to sift through paul i want to talk about something i've never ever ever done i just did bq screen which is a great blended screen in the terminal yep and i looked at jp morgan with a 1 zero book value and pnc which is not an equivalent at 1 0 but .21 it really underscores how this earning season may be the pnc's of the world with their spectacular tickets for the pittsburgh pirates at pnc park but the pnc the regionals the super regionals and those smaller they really really matter valued against the visible success story of jp morgan yeah and uh you know you talk to some of the experts like herman chan of bloomberg intelligence who follows these regional banks and he's been highlighting you know when we were going through that little mini crisis if you will from some of the regional banks a few months ago he says it's not a it's not a crisis in terms of solvency it's a crisis in terms of and earnings this rising interest rate environment that the you know all the financial institutions have had to deal with it's just going to simply impact their earnings here because you know they're to the extent they haven't managed their earnings exposure i'm sorry their interest rate they're exposure going to get hit and we're seeing earnings estimates come down we saw that pnc and today i you know i don't have an exact math study ahead of me but i noticed pnc financial here at 127 is not all that distant from the ninety dollar pandemic low i mean i'm not saying it looks like a western alliance or packwest west chart but why is something as ginormous i mean they brought andrea mccutcheon back to the pirates that's right pnc bank did that yep it comes slack andrew mccutcheon excuse me photos on andre excuse dawson me i was confusing dawson with mccutcheon which is easy to do because they're both absolutely majestic uh baseball players good morning to kdk and pittsburgh and all rest the uh s and p negative three this is wilbur if you're having a business dispute you know time is money the longer your case proceeds it's the more your case can cost so speed up your resolution with the american 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in the eu we should continue to build on our strengths of being open economy of being a trading superpower but at the same time there are certain economic security concerns which we need to address in a more conflictual global geopolitical environment one of the most interesting voices on continental europe avaldis dombrovskis is a former prime minister he is executive vp for trade for the european commission i should say he's really been helpful uh... with bloomberg surveillance over at the years we love at our global audience in particularly our audience in continental europe who thinks nothing of flying down to skia i said issue because i didn't know which island pharaoh was on mike mckee and it's is to think up it and i'm in company and bmv pair about paris for correcting my fractured italian and this this happens we can send you he's on assignment i mean i can tell you he does it better than we do you and i don't do this as well as because he follows uh... italian and yeah jones it could be one day and i see here the next state thank you uh... so much frank thank you for uh... emailing is as well that you know nobody sends emails about powell policy it's about where pharaoh is which island he's on as well we're waiting at right now for an interview with our maria today with the prime minister of ukraine will bring that to you uh... as we can make quickly here michael mckay with this is a war in ukraine affecting the american economy it is at the margins uh... it had a big effect in the beginning because of course energy prices went up and we also saw agricultural prices go up because of the uh... agricultural exports from ukraine that weren't getting out now a lot of that has ease where you're seeing a little bit now particularly is in fence spending though we are we've uh... said so much armaments to ukraine that it has they to have be replaced and so we're seeing defense spending rising which is something that's going to add to uh... g p brings up a debate in capitol hill of course about uh... spending levels but uh... always congress hid has defense spending in uh... is continuing resolutions and and off so i imagine it's not going to be the same this time prime is the most interesting guy with many different public duties over the years but all working around trade in the economy of a pre -war and at present war in ukraine in armor rio today or in conversation with denny schmiel a problem tom good morning and we're joined by ukraine's prime minister mister michel thank you so much for being with us uh... we've seen each other many conferences like this multiple times and i know how difficult it is for you to get here is strain a from ukraine very big country over to poland and then a lot of security concerns about your staff your team yourself so we appreciate your time and one of the things that you always tell me is when i come to a recovery conference like this and there's been many i do feel our allies say we stand with ukraine and they mean it but a war is long it's expensive did you feel any fatigue in this run around thank you so much for your invitation it's a pleasure to be here with you and morning uh... so its second friends for ukraine in recovery the first one was hold in switzerland one year ago today we are in sixty -two countries and international organizations are here uh... hundreds of businesses are here international businesses uh... we feel tremendous support from all our of partners we feel financial support functional military support humanitarian support results also this conference uh... have a lower long -term consequences we have many promises we have many concrete agreements declarations memorandums we have financial support uh... we have middle -term program for ukrainian support from european commission from european union for fifty billion euro for the next four years we have tremendous support from united kingdom we have very good good meetings with our partners and with the united states secretary of state we have very good conversations uh... negotiations and very good results and yet while all this is happening we know the back home the fighting continues on the counter -offensive is going and i do want to make something very clear wizard any any point in this conference did you get any hint that anyone suggested the funding will depend and on the counter -offensive absolutely no if it's successful more money if it's not it would be less no one told you that we have very very sustainable very strong and very uh... support from our partners as there is no dependence from results on the battlefield they are entirely different absolutely we have very strong messages uh... especially on the conference Ukraine is future member of EU Ukraine will be supported by partners russia must pay because of this consequences of this world terrible war and aggression from russia side so messages from partners are very supportive are very promising and now we continue our a counter -offensive this is not easy walk this is not hollywood movie as
Episode 215; So two girls walk into a bar..... - burst 01
"Just some just. Doing what. Old guy does best tell stories based on life experiences. I have to admit my life. Experiences been not rich so entertainment and information right here on the old man's podcast for everyone of every age. You all just sit back and enjoy. So what's coming up on this episode of the old man's podcast. Well i've lived sixty two years now and fifty of those sixty two years were under the auspices of something called title nine as right title. Nine is fifty years old. Who wanna talk about that. Some have a tip for you about using other people's ideas it's going to have a wrestling relation to it. The pep talk is on teamwork coming off of a quote by andrew carnegie. of course we're gonna play trivia and my final story. A funny thing happened. This really did happen just last weekend. Two girls walk into a bar. I'll get you started on that one and finish it off. Stay with me. Great stories coming up on the old man's podcast
Chiefs vs. Chargers: Kansas City Defense Looking Weak Ahead of Sunday's Game
"All right folks will this next game that we've got Is going to be against our division rivals. The kansas talk Yeah so let's take a look at a couple of games for them. Their first game of the season was against the cleveland browns. That's who they played in the playoffs last year Let's see patrick. Mahomes put up over three hundred and thirty yards three touchdowns in that game Tyreek hill almost got two hundred yards. Goodness gracious On that game with a touchdown. And travis kelsey seventy six yards with two touchdowns so clearly we know who favor targets are guys from that game tyreek hill and travis kelsey They were pretty comparable as far as their stats go. Cleveland was able to put up a four hundred fifty seven yards. That's a big difference I think the big thing here is the rushing yards in this game in the next game. They they've put up very few rushing yards and they put up seventy two their week. One game against the browns. They put up sixty two week. Two against the ravens. So i'll and then the ravens put up to fifty and the browns put up one hundred fifty three so just looking at this and how close these games are this. Kansas city chiefs team is defense. Isn't what he was no. You can clearly see that. And i'm looking at these stance here. It looks like against baltimore. Game tyreek hill only got fourteen yards leagues. What happened here. So they've they've shut them down. While i think that's you know we put this in here to just show the fact that if we can lockdown kelsey and hill and just moderately. Stop the run. I think we're going to have a good chance and we just need to score touchdowns like you're gonna have to score thirty to beat these
Stafford Leads Rams to Late Scores in 27-24 Win Over Colts
"Matthew Stafford led two late scoring drives in Medicaid drilled the tiebreaking field goal with two twenty three remaining giving the rams a twenty seven twenty four win over the colts Stafford finished nineteen of thirty for two hundred seventy eight yards two touchdowns and one interception Cooper Kupp caught nine passes for one hundred sixty two yards and two scores for the rams indie trailed seventeen to six but went ahead twenty one seventeen on a blocked punt that was recovered by Ashton doing in the end zone colts quarterback Carson Wentz left with a right ankle injury midway through the fourth quarter and did not return I'm Dave Ferrie
Manchin Backs as Little as $1 Trillion of Biden's $3.5 Trillion Plan
"It started off with a six trillion dollar price. Tag ben is lower to three point five trillion. Now there's reporting suggesting that. Senator joe manchin wants the total for the democrats reconciliation bill to drop as low as one to one point five trillion dollars though for what it's worth. Some people close to him say that his comfort zone is something closer to around two trillion. But here's the question. What exactly will the democrats top line number. Be the process of crafting. The bill will kick off in earnest today as the house ways and means committee. The education comedian labor committee began marking up their proposals and already there are tensions over the issues being voted on for example. We're told that the seven hundred sixty two billion dollars vision for education which includes more than four hundred fifty billion dollars for childcare at universal pre-k and hundreds of billions more for school infrastructure and free community. College won't likely make it to the white house intact. Likewise a battlefield limited resources is driving the fight over which healthcare proposals include pit into house against the senate and the white house. Now the dollar totally dictated by how much democrats can generate puts tax hikes and other revenue raisers. Which by the way is a huge area of contention itself. Democrats could find themselves with about one to two trillion dollars in revenue depending on how much they scaled back. The trump tax cuts. they'll also net a large chunk of change from the prescription drug overhaul though their sparring over details of that plan as well after the real fight will commence how to spend the money at feel like we're in like fight inception. There's a fight within a fight but then a fight anyway house speaker. Nancy pelosi acknowledged the coming battles over limited dollars. Where would you cut childcare. family medical. Leave universal pre-k both care right now. Most negotiations are taking place between house and senate leadership and the white house. But the real veto power lights with senator joe manchin and kirstin cinema so the more they communicate about what they will or won't accept the better. That's according to two senior democratic
Biden Highlights Climate Change as He Tours Hurricane Ida Damage in NY, NJ
"Start though. With residents in the northeast who are still recovering from the devastation of storm ida president biden toward neighborhood in new york and new jersey. Yesterday offering words of comfort and promises of support to those affected emphasizing the reality of a worsening climate nbc news correspondent gabe gutierrez has more with the devastating aftermath of remnants sprawled across the northeast president biden toured hard hit communities comforting families and highlighting the urgency of climate change. Climate change poses a next essential threat to our lives to our economy. The threat is here is not going to get any better question. Can't get worse we can stop it from getting worse. The president approving major disaster declarations for counties in new jersey and new york pouring more federal aid into them but in queens were gut wrenching. Video showed officers trying to rescue a family from a flooded basement. Frustration is spilling over split survivors struggle with the new normal. It's a shame it really is has to be done. I could deal with it. Not if the thirty eight years. I'm getting too old in manville new jersey. Julian colorado is clearly still in shock days after the storm to go and on fire around. There's water everywhere. There's no article in the basement. Her mother shows us how the water flooded the garage after destroyed their basement scenes h. One gets worse and worse. This area also flooded during the remnants of floyd in nineteen ninety nine and irene in twenty eleven. How sick are you of this happening over. And over again i was fifty two first time. Sixty two second time. Seventy two thirds. The water reached pass philip. Ucla's baseman and into the first floor. It triggered gas leaks nearby. Homes and businesses exploded.
Libsyn's AdvertiseCast to Release Monthly Ad-Rates Report
"Lip sins advertise cast is to release monthly average advertising rates and has launched a report showing historical rates within advertise costs marketplace august figure based on individual sixty seconds spots rather than total downloads. Pause an average of twenty three dollars and fifty seven cents
Who Was Ida B. Wells?
"In today's episode we will be covering the impassioned the influential the inspiring ida b wells ida. B wells was born ida bell wells on july sixteenth eighteen sixty two in holly springs mississippi. Ida was the eldest. Born to james and lizzie wells. Who had seven other children. All were born in slaved as they lived on a plantation in mississippi whom or members of the confederacy during the civil war in the previous episode. We talked a bit about president. Lincoln's revolutionary decision to issue the emancipation proclamation on january. First eighteen sixty three during the civil war ida in her family were officially freed from slavery as they resided in a confederate state before either was one year old immediately following. The war was the pivotal reconstruction period with a divided territories of the union in the confederacy. Determine how they would begin to come back together as a single nation. Ida's parents were dutiful in diligence supporters of african american rights in particular the right to an education. Ida's father james was directly involved in starting in serving on the board of trustees for school for freed african americans that school rushed. College is still a notable inactive university. Today falling under the umbrella of historically black colleges and universities ida would begin her educational career at this school attending in her early teens. Sadly heartbreaking circumstances would find ida early on in life in eighteen seventy eight while visiting her grandmother. I learned harling news. Ida's mother father in her youngest sibling. Just an infant had passed away from yellow fever. Her parents sudden-death turn ida from a teenager with no children into a parent of six suffering from the grief and loss of one's parents. It would be understandable for a child to shy away in resist taking on a role with such incredible responsibility but did ida shy away from her obligation torture family. Absolutely not
Brown's Keeper Gives No. 11 Oregon 31-24 Win Over Fresno St.
"Eight three brown scored on a thirty yard quarterback keeper with two fifty seven left to give number eleven Oregon a thirty one twenty four victory over Fresno state Oregon jumped out to a twenty one six lead but Fresno scored back to back touchdown to tie the game midway through the third quarter they took the lead early in the fourth on a field goal ducks coach Mario Cristobal and we have to improve in a lot of different areas some bright spots I'm not really strong but then really L. just not sustaining the momentum that we came out with in certain areas of our execution are disciplined brown threw for one hundred seventy two yards and a touchdown while running for sixty two yards in the game winner Fresno state quarterback Jake Kanter threw for two hundred eighty five yards and a TD I'm the ferry
Job Growth Slowed Sharply in August as COVID-19 Spread
"The us economy floundered last month as job growth fell sharply and missed economists expectations by nearly a half a million new jobs So the economy added two hundred and thirty five thousand jobs in august Below economists predictions of seven hundred and twenty thousand and a sharp drop in job growth from the previous two months when the economy added nine hundred. Sixty two thousand jobs in june and then one point one million in july this is obviously according to the department of labor data. That was released now. It is interesting. Because i did hear. Joe biden himself discussing this and he blamed this all on the delta variant. This is this is and he says this is obviously the delta variant Which is the problem here and It will be solved once they he says next week. He's going to release some plans for how to tackle that. I'm just wondering why do you wait until next week. Is the delta variant. A new thing to joe biden. Because it's been going on for a while here
New Zealand Police Were Following Extremist Who Stabbed 6
"A terrorist attack. Friday in auckland new zealand. Police say a man grabbed a knife from a supermarket shelf and started stabbing people at random. Abc's james longman at the foreign desk. What is extraordinary about this that he was already on. A terror. Watch list had extremist views. He was an isis sympathizer. For that reason the police were constantly monitoring him in fact they were that at the supermarket. They just thought he had gone shopping. Thankfully though they're able to respond very very quickly within sixty seconds of his attack he was shot dead. He's understood to be shrunken national. He's been living in new zealand for ten years. Five years ago he was put on the terror. Watch list
New Zealand police kill 'terrorist' after he stabs 6 people
"New Zealand authorities was so worried about an extremist inspired by global terror groups they were following him around the clock well able to shoot and kill him within sixty seconds of him unleashing a frenzied knife attack in a supermarket the terrorist is a SriLankan at national who arrived in New Zealand in October of two thousand and eleven he became a person of national security interest from two thousand and sixteen New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern describing the incident as a terror attack tells reporters the man was a she Lincoln national inspired by the Islamic state group who was under constant surveillance what happened today was despicable it was hateful it was wrong witnesses say the man shouted I'll walk up bar meaning god is great and started stopping random shoppers sending people running and screaming I'm Charles the list as my
New Zealand Police Kill 'Violent Extremist' After He Stabs 6 in Supermarket Attack
"Been a terror attack in new zealand overnight. An attacker inspired by the islamic state. Group stabbed six people at a supermarket in oakland police. Adam under surveillance. They shot the man dead within sixty seconds. Prime minister just inderal done. Said he was eight. Sri lankan national and on a terror
Bumgarner, Diamondbacks Beat Phillies 6-2 for Series Sweep
"The National League worst Diamondbacks completed a six in one home stand and a three game sweep of the Phillies sixty two Madison Bumgarner carried a one hitter into the eighth inning and allowed one run and three hits over eight frames everything was was working again today's the kept the same field always had going for for a while mmhm shares pretty please read it got a lot of quick outs we contact he's three and two with a one point nine three ERA in seven starts since returning from the injured list last month bomb garner also had a broken bat single in the Diamondbacks five run seventh against Jack Wheeler helping Arizona deal Philadelphia its seventh loss in nine games the Phils get is dropped them four games behind the NL east leading Braves I'm Dave very
The Judds, Ray Charles Among Country Music HOF Inductees
"The country music hall of fame has announced its new class of inductees marches are a letter with the latest the Country Music Association has announced Ray Charles and the jobs are among those who will be inducted into the hall of fame next year and he bears will be the first drummer to be inducted and Pete Drake will be the first pedal steel guitarist be inducted Charles was a knowledge for the impact that his modern sounds in country and western music album made in nineteen sixty two Naomi Judd of the Judds says she's in disbelief Secombe hyper vigilant look over my shoulder and thank well what are they gonna kick us out did that really happen do we do really do all that
Proof of Guilt
"It's time for another installment of sea hunt. It's still alive here on scuba shack radio. In this time we are headed back to season two for episodes. Thirty three titled proof of guilt which premiered exactly sixty two years ago today on august sixteenth. Nineteen fifty-nine in this episode. Mike is in the hawaiian islands where he is working for. A manufacturing company testing out underwater motion picture and television cameras in the opening scene. He is diving with huge film camera. The plankton is up cutting visibility but is also bringing in fish and the man eating sharks we see a number of white tip circling and they're getting closer and closer as mike sees their cold is they're getting too close for comfort so mike decides to head to the shallows when he gets to the pierre he sees a note under water on the slate that says come up. Mike tells us that there is greater threats up there than the sharks when he gets out of the water. Mike is met by lieutenant. Dave cal cal. Coa of the honolulu police department he asks why the new while dave says it wasn't from him. The camera moves to a woman who says it was from her. her name. is sandra otani or sandy. She says she put the no down. There you see. She owns now lua island where she grows. Cultured pearls offshore. Someone is stealing her pearls. And she needs. Mike's mike's help and his cameras to get the evidence that dave needs to arrest them might tell sandy that he won't give her the camera as they only go with him. Sandy smiles until mike's that she wants to go with the cameras that might smooth operator. The scene now shifts to the beach on sandy's island where both sandy and mike are gearing up to assure dive out to the pearl beds. Sandy shows mike the pearl beds in his getting angry underwater as she finds the broken oyster shells as they are walking out of the water. Mike tell sandy that it is the perfect place for scuba. Hit and run. Sandy tells mike that some of the pros have been growing for thirty years. Mike her exactly how they cultivate the pearls. Sandy says that it's a secret that came with her father from japan but since they won't but since she won't tell them the secret should make it up to them with the best dinner he ever had now. The next morning mike is ready to set a trap for the pro robbers. He's hiding in the rocks with a pair of binoculars in his full scuba rig looking for any suspicious activity. He spots a boat but he doesn't see the divers go into the water on the other side of the boat. He does however see their bubbles and heads out with his camera to catch them in the act at the pro beds. Mike hides behind a rock with the cameras. The divers approach as they start to rob the beds. Mike starts to film but he gets careless. He says the sound of the camera alerts. The divers wanted a bad guy circles around in surprises. Mike they get into a fight. The other bad guy grabs the camera and pulls out the film now while the underwater fight is going on. Sandy was watching from the beach and she suspects trouble and his racing to the pro beds with her boat. The bad guys rip mics regulator out of his mouth but as they are scared off by the sound of sandy's boat. Mike is left helpless. Miraculously mike doesn't drown he recovers we see some eagle raising the background as he heads to the surface he's blowing bubbles all the way up we now see the camera resting on the bottom. Mike struggles back on. The boat is gasping for air. A sandy asks him if he is all right in the next scene. Now we see mike lying on a chair. Sandy's giving him not some tea. He says he doesn't want anymore and starts to work on a plan to catch the bad guys lieutenant dave. Sandy says she wants to let them have the pearls. Because they're not worth mike's life. But mike says it's not about the pearls anymore. It's a personal grudge. He needs dave's help to put them on tv now. Mike is going to use the underwater television camera to catch the. The's he shows. Dave how it's going to work as he pans across the island. Just mike points to camera towards dave in. Sandi dave says hey look at the prettiest girl in blue island has sandy strikes. Oppose the camera. And she says she's the only girl on lulu island as mike looks to take off underwater. Sandy gives him a big kiss for luck. And mike says he's never had any better luck back underwater with the tv camera. Mike is waiting for all three villains as they are. Now jumping in the water to steal the pearls but this time one of them has a spear gun. Mike has the tv camera pointed at the pro beds. But there's a problem. The bad guys are coming from the wrong direction and they're not on tv. The ambush mike. Who's only hope is to move maneuver them into the frame of a camera. Chaos prevails as they fight and slash at one. another finally might get them to the pearl beds. The spear gun is fired and strikes the bed. Fortunately sandy is watching and as yells to dave look at this cast off now. The cops are headed to the fight during the fight. Mike's left arm is slashed but he continues fighting pulling a regulator out of one of the bad guys. Mouth just then. He sees the to hawaiian police officers free diving or swimming trucks. And says they look like angels with the odds now even justice prevails and the bad guys lose again in the final scene near back on the shore of an allure island. Mike's arms bandage. Dave asks in the. He needs a ride back to honolulu. Sandy tells dave that mike is going to be on vacation. Dave says the sandy. Nobody likes a cop. Sandy says she will give him the best testimonial but also gives mike. Another big kiss to which mike replies that is the best testimonial in my life. I'm not exactly sure where this episode was filmed for the top side scenes but it sure does look like hawaii however you never know when it comes to television or the movies. The part of sandy was played by nobu mccarthy and kendrick played lieutenant dave calcutta and here's one final interesting tidbit. This episode was remade in the nineteen eighty-seven version of sea hunt and it was titled pearl beds. And just so you know. I'm still trying to get my hands on that. One thousand nine hundred eighty seven series with ron ely. Maybe someday
"sixty seconds" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show
"Let's be realistic when we look in our communities. How many marriages do we literally see. How many people do we seek. Cohabitating and playing house ended law. Wow i gotta get you back. This is this is good. We we are out of time but well thank you so much for the opportunity and all of those in here. This nothing was said. Nothing that i said was meant to be offensive is sometimes some bengals has got to be ruffled so som is can be owed. That's right. well. I mean we get. Wouldn't you say early on. Is that the truth will set you free right. it will definitely set you. Free definitely Closing thoughts in sixty seconds posing in sixty seconds. I think that if the church moves from outset Moves from inside the outside stop investing our money in all of these sanctuaries and start investing on money in the community and the people. Let's go back and grab something from the past that worked that worked house the house. Small cell groups building up the people so that when we do come into the building will coming in with the ability to worship. Because i have been fed at somebody's house sitting at somebody's house. Having breaking that bread and building a bond with individuals that will allow me to have a strong family and a strong community and a church that strong because it is not that building it is not that brick and mortar. That needs the food. It's the people inside because we are the church and when we understand that we are the church. The church has much work to do. A thank you man. Thank you so much for joining us on the fresh anointing show. We have been talking with reverend freddie page and So many nuggets to gain from what she has said. So much insight please share the video are the podcast with your friends and your families. Those that you feel would benefit from what has been said today. Do watch party if you're on..
"sixty seconds" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Every time the story. You're driving late. I gotta wash my hands for sixty seconds. So i can pass down so i can call for do this and then i gotta wash him again to put it back on like this is such a joke. Inspect the mouth for tears or holds. Do not use a mask that has previously been worn right there. So you mean it shouldn't hang on my mirror it on my counter. It shouldn't be on my mic chain or hanging around my neck and it should be war before. Yeah nobody's doing that. Nobody i mean. Obviously there's some their. But i'm saying the vast majority are out there putting these on their seat car putting them on their mirror putting on the table at the food court. I've seen all and this is supposed to be protecting people. This this is the all and even then remember this mask. Itself is not doing anything for you other than increasing your risk of illness because of the size as the ppe expert told you it slides right outside. That doesn't have any but she tries to make it look like slipped right on your face and completely seals but again the main point this whole process is what you're supposed to do every single time you take it off or put it on or his damage verify. Which side is talk. This is usually where the metal strip is identify. The inside of the mask which is usually the whiteside. Plays the mask on your face covering your nose mouth and chin making sure there are no gaps between your face and the map or you mean like that huge gap right there on your chin like that big gap right there on your cheek. You mean like the gap there between your nose. Yeah no gaps at all. These are not made to be seamless. That's a ridiculous joke and they know that so this is the. Who patently lying to you or the very least pretending like it's okay because they know that if they don't say it's okay we'll then they've been lying to you this whole time..
"sixty seconds" Discussed on Daily Pop
"The kardashians check out the cast showing us who they really are behind the scenes lesser who is admitting they took a grab crappy projects read coming off but then why does my look so big on his grief. Look at home squeeze trust. That is your hollywood minute. And i did it under sixty seconds. Everybody made for that all right now. We're getting down on. Stage are slang the red card. I knew i was going to get up. It means over the rest of my days going through a breakup during the pandemic relationship expert as the expert expert sell the bird. The bird expert is never ex. Smart from all i wanted to do was baby. Spice it up with me. I know that's why everybody blabbing. I get it is. I was so mad.
"sixty seconds" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast
"No there's no fair weather fans in cleveland browns are. There's no fairweather. No no it wouldn't be leaving a game no matter how bad they be one thousand two wildcard. Remember this one of the only playoff games on this list your steelers endings. Thirty six thirty three down. Twenty four seven comeback twenty nine points nineteen minutes in the game. The browns are up twenty four seven with gord in the third quarter as tough. It's one of those early. Two thousands playoff gains fields. all muddy. everyone says browns-steelers smash mouth. They just they were up. Led the whole game and chris format to ma five hundred and twenty seven yard scrimmage no touchdowns in the regular season in the whole season. Last fullback is one bad foul. He had he has more apostrophes in his last name than he had touchdowns on the season. He has more than one pasta. Yeah that's what i'm saying. And then he's the one that's going to score the touchdown and then ran tom and l. frozen two point conversion to see what's neutral browse never even snuff unbelievable whole contra for like four hundred yards in that game though he did and they some tom. There's a bunch of chipping before the before the game started as well is just. It was just tough especially the playoffs. You know it makes it so much. Yeah i mean because some of these are big blowouts. Some of them are are like will. So which would you say is worse getting blown out. Even if it's at home on monday night or europe big and you you lose in comeback fashion like a twenty eight to three. Yeah i think you lose big. You know because that's worse it's all sort of blend together eventually and it's really painful losses that stick with you right. Yeah okay. that's what i'm saying. Yeah and especially. I think it adds more to when it's the playoff game as well off the playoffs either. Both of those are worse than the playoffs are worse in both of those. You know just in general. Because i don't think this'll be a top ten loss if if it was in the playoffs. It's just another. They lost nineteen the loss of twenty four seven lead. It's worse their next game on the list. Two thousand one week. Eight chicago bears in overtime. Twenty seven twenty one. I remember this game up. Twenty one seven one minute to play air score thirty seconds left recovered the onside kick sensing trend here and then convert a thirty four yard. Hail mary as time expires title. Game tight right but it gets worse like so. Let's put this senator perspective. You're leading twenty one seven with a minute to play sixty seconds and you're.
"sixty seconds" Discussed on Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/
"The do a firmware update but it's backwards compatible on those cars because they have what's called valet mode valet mode limits. What the car can do so. They can't go speed and around your car. While you're in the restaurant or hotel or whatever and the new security mode uses the valet mode with different restrictions making it easier to port it over to older models telling the older model do aversion valet mode but stricter if dodge had made the security mode not turned the car on it all that would have required more complex programming changes impacted more systems and would certainly have been costlier to program and possibly riskier. Because you'd have to test what systems it affects So patrick do you think that compromise is worth it. I think it's going to make certain dodge owners really happy that they had a chance to go back to the dealership and get an upgraded with. We'll thing like the new dodgers have You know. I don't see it as being particularly great security feature at that point if it will still roll away then it makes it incredibly easy to steal because you can literally move the car. It's not locked down Also save really want to steal a car. You're going to steal a car. But i don't know i dodge made the argument that that being able to idle away is so slow that it would be much harder and it would deter criminals. Because they're like that. I'd rather get away clean. Rather be able to roll out on the street that said i. I've seen cars driving down the street with the car alarm going off and yeah everybody. Everybody's envisioning gone in sixty seconds and this magnificent high speed chase through angeles with lots of jumps. But you know if you can back the vehicle out of somebody's driveway. Onto and behind the tow truck it's justice stolen You know and it's it doesn't draw as much attention as physically dragging The vehicle out of the garage. I will say i have also seen a car being towed by someone. Who is you know with someone. Still inside the passenger seat and hammering the horn and slamming on the door while they were being physically dragged downstream inside of their vehicle Which i'm pretty sure. It was a repo You know i. You know. I i don't i. It seems weird. It really seems weird to me to do this. I mean i guess it becomes hard to drive even if you do get away with it right. You have to do a lot more work to make a drivable in that case. Assuming they're not just going to split into enemy and i'm just saying it makes it harder. Yeah yeah a lot of cars that they they are stripped. They are more of their fourth bore in small pieces on other people's cars than they are as large physical unit driven around all right. We've had foldable screens for a few years..
"sixty seconds" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"The do a firmware update but it's backwards compatible on those cars because they have what's called valet mode valet mode limits. What the car can do so. They can't go speed and around your car. While you're in the restaurant or hotel or whatever and the new security mode uses the valet mode with different restrictions making it easier to port it over to older models telling the older model do aversion valet mode but stricter if dodge had made the security mode not turned the car on it all that would have required more complex programming changes impacted more systems and would certainly have been costlier to program and possibly riskier. Because you'd have to test what systems it affects So patrick do you think that compromise is worth it. I think it's going to make certain dodge owners really happy that they had a chance to go back to the dealership and get an upgraded with. We'll thing like the new dodgers have You know. I don't see it as being particularly great security feature at that point if it will still roll away then it makes it incredibly easy to steal because you can literally move the car. It's not locked down Also save you really want to steal a car. You're going to steal a car. But i don't know i dodge made the argument that that being able to idle away is so slow that it would be much harder and it would deter criminals. Because they're like that. I'd rather get away clean. Rather be able to roll out on the street that said i've seen cars driving down the street with the car alarm going off and yeah everybody. Everybody's envisioning gone in sixty seconds and this magnificent high speed chase through angeles with lots of jumps. But you know if you can back the vehicle out of somebody's driveway. Onto and behind the tow truck it's justice stolen You know and it's it doesn't draw as much attention as physically dragging The vehicle out of the garage. I will say i have also seen a car being towed by someone. Who is you know with someone. Still inside the passenger seat and hammering the horn and slamming on the door while they were being physically dragged downstream inside of their vehicle Which i'm pretty sure. It was a repo You know i. You know. I i don't i. It's it seems weird. It really seems weird to me to do this. I mean i guess it becomes hard to drive even if you do get away with it right. You have to do a lot more work to make a drivable in that case. Assuming they're not just going to split into enemy and i'm just saying it makes it harder. Yeah yeah a lot of cars that they they are stripped. They are more of their fourth bore in small pieces on other people's cars than they are as large physical unit driven around all right. We've had foldable screens for a few years..
"sixty seconds" Discussed on Tales From The PROS
"A place like linked into show your story to remember. It's the hard inside of you that people fall in love with and if you bring your heart in every story that you telling you tell stories because it's the stories that we fall in love with stories that attract vibe your tribe. The creation port is so important. That's where you share your stories. So what do you talk about. Talk about what you're interested in talking about what you're excited about what you're passionate about and look in the times that we're in now more than ever talk about what you're scared about. Get comfortable being uncomfortable get vulnerable. We'll talk about those things. Why would you do that. Because it's relatable covid nineteen. We're all sheltered in place. Harris all wacky. Our houses of turned upside down. Our kids are jumping around like lunatics. Like you know and again you know unless my hair loss right. But i mean again. That's all relatable right. You know people are rioting in the streets voicing their vibe for you know just again we're all human beings you know black voices matter. Everyone's voice matters. You know you speak up right speaker and there's different ways for you to do that. Do come from your heart. speak with. Passion don't hurt anyone. Don't get physical with everyone. But you can you can speak and your voice can be heard so loudly across the world from here and from here and so just know that video empowers you to be able to do that. Sixty seconds or less as your best friend especially on lincoln people have to fall in love before the gonna listen to what you have to say right more and more peter showing up on video now more than ever right so realized that his people are scrolling through their feed video video video video. Wash stop and watch yours right. Just remember the importance of sixty seconds or less. Everyone is sixty seconds right now. A couple of quick tips when it comes to that in creation one is if you're just going raw on no software or anything like that Take your phone. Phone is always the best. 'cause you're you never know where you're going to be on the go whenever i the way i recommend getting comfortable being uncomfortable is this every single day. I want you to plot your phone. It doesn't matter when it doesn't matter how long you're talking about that right now. I want you to literally get through the motion of pulling your phone out of your pocket or pulling it off your desk or wherever it is putting it in front of you. Smile smile. I hit record. Wait a second or two. Then start talking if you're uncomfortable at staring at yourself. Here's a tip. Flip your phone over this way. The dot is where you connect with your tribe..
"sixty seconds" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise
"In your life where you think your dream is dying. Are you saying. I'm not going to be able to live out my dream but wait because it's probably a redirect You're not born for nothing. God has incredible purpose for your life all for the purpose in my opinion to glorify him and bring him so there. Is it like when it seems like you are losing. Hold up their dream or like you're going in different directions because you have to like what's the important thing to listen to within yourself. Hi everyone. I just wanna give a quick shout and big thank you for our latest. Written review from dogging is lack of five stars. Thank you so much. If you enjoy the show i would love. If you could take sixty seconds just to write a quick review on apple it would mean the world to would mean we can reach more listeners. And i'll read off your review on the show and shut you out..
"sixty seconds" Discussed on The Healing Place Podcast
"Yeah so let's use the fact. That of us are wired to seek better up right some kind of leadership or better guidance and let's provide that to one another so the. What are some ideas for people to to use for self care Are the ones that i love to use are called emotional first aid because they cover a lot of territory and that's a very everyday name for how to get your nervous system back on track and calm right and you'll remember. We have a two part nervous system. This part is sympathetic in sympathy. To whatever happens something out there create something in here right that is reaction but we luckily have a two part system and is the para sympathetic. That resets right so it will do. Its job as it can but it may take a while depending on your background so emotional i date is sort of artificially and quickly engaging with the para sympathetic so we can rebalance and reset so part of that breathing. I'm not a big brother. Don't love to breathe. But i understand. It's so important right and so what that means is is my breath up here right now. That's not very helpful. I need all my breath and this is just how he talked. So what do i do. One of my favorite things to do is the all my gosh point. I just go because that shocks. Just a little teeny bit shocks open our diaphragm and we draw in a breath naturally right and i go. Oh yeah software got that okay breed love it right. Simple stuff like that This this is. This is what i wrote for children. It's compassionate action emotional state for children. But i want to assure everybody listening if you take out all my hopefully really helpful Differences that talk about how children are different than adults if you strip out those. It's for everybody right. And so it has lots of interventions. I call the more strategies so this is one that is just a casual one conversational one that i use all the time and there are others which involve just holding our head you know how when you were little and somebody just went. They are there and they saw your head whatever. These are nature's soothing points. These two eminences here. These two little lumps that you have. We have acupuncture points across here and the third i right so we have so much right there. It's all you have to let me. Just think about this and breathe. While you're at it. Let me just think about this. Oh goodness and then. I love the gary craig. School where he just tells the funny truth he goes well. That's a big. Wow yeah he yeah right here right now. That's a biggie. Okay it's amazing along. Sixty seconds is by the way because we yet but isn't that wonderful we can say to each other. Could you just give yourself the gift of sixty seconds.