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Episode 3  FRANCIS & KAIORA TIPENE

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Episode 3 FRANCIS & KAIORA TIPENE

"It's beautiful did that can be normalized slight us in that the show has been able to from what I've seen in the writings left the Tabu or be able to have regular conversations about Mateo about funeral well we have another awesome episode tonight but before we get into that let me give a massive shadow again to Tamang Aiba Ho because without them this soon the world on Netflix this episode took me on a real journey of emotions there are very poignant and sad moments when we talk about muddy wouldn't be possible thank you tomorrow a Miana Kyoko Tokat one okay today's guests have gone from hardworking business owners to global stars during the hit series the cockatiels which Greens on TV one here on all on new-zealand and is available almost every Yoda go welcome to indigenous one hundred podcast series chat to some of the most inspiring indigenous thought leaders from around the world it was the point Marina WanNa Point yes she teaches when he came home and sits me all by team wanting to star in funeral high was just downs of booze and reshape people's ideas around death so this is this story Francis and Chiyoda Cheapen and Genesis one hundred Francaise Stephen Coyote Netanyahu of people we knew obviously a lot of aunties uncles and when I saw onto ankle anti Oracle alive and then when that comeback can weird on my lapel and then you know delicately was able to cut the flower from someone else to me it was about well how if you know kicked to type with get it how do I get the spoils you know the already to meet the Lord as such so the hell was it based on and on I just WanNa Suhel how that happened how did auntie how was ankle so you know ankle powering atop uncle and then come back like is really to go to a bowl and so I wanted to know how that happened an a matter of hours Kokoska it's so beautiful and so awesome that will be the deed then they were alive you know just really done up and and talk of what I've got a job and tomek with a with a funeral Heim and of go use on my he can rick at the local Coulda and our kids I took note I think at the time him and I was so driven the education in one eight Richard Center and also to myself now he's serious I've been stop picking on US Stein just what will be more up north going to Minnetonka Minne funerals I guess it was just just either because you know being bought up a whole you know are you serious Tom when he did come with the wall was I didn't really take him serious it's just a little nor to whom aura if being border to be scared about the solar on a real go and see what it is see what's going to happen on the Middle Man I tie it with my antony the stipe but I thought nights if you can do this and prepare out to public force whereas before we did it l. cell the average people think wakeup Francie Autobahn for no I think it's his at the time differently I was taken back by his has designed to Jackie too Caught my honest you caught my eye time she was engaged but you know what we did here too it was more about the Tabu in what would happen you know Katie everything like that and I guess we're figured you know not forget it how you can see then because the time you were thinking you wanted to get into the future again I it's not a tiny thing he's going through the motions but I kid you not the following week he said I've got a job in Auckland Tomic 'cause we're all living in car tired it was probably the I just felt like he needed to have Kinda came we told me come it's obvious over time it's growing he's grown more passion for them ooh yeah when you started to think about when you started the company funeral and how the transition did funny or something around it and I always used to quaking aw mountain top Monte you're surrounded by Nen and Papa into high in a quarter or Cuto upon to topple timothy else what's what's happened let's get back into it and so that was the risk it wasn't even a word about money or anything the main thing was worried but was the we're bringing that the whole unite Dal Monte Yucky to barbecue sort of look down on us because we weren't at the level of service they kind of felt like all his this if it's Elliot's dropping because it gives them time to think about a too much but it quickly and make the decisions INC aries and now industry and now they're trying to be professional with with services that they also provide a up but we're able to get that balance the political kill to kill we're GonNa hit advocate data what do you mean this difficult for us to get in well not not not to me at that time we would really qualified you know Tim's of That the qualification I'm worried about my putting you absolutely toll was wasn't but I think it's like any type of business you know when you see someone new coming your three and it was a it was good for us in in a way tonight that we a couple and what is the case of these the woman of my dreams and I'm GONNA spend the rest of my life with working with people dug up one hundred thirty one or Takeda take a break and you look at a at some point in time you in that prices you complain motorized you mentally ill the Tokyo Koku sprinkle away gene antics all you know every time we had a multitude bliss this and you bliss there and talk with us and that's cool you know narrow love that in our speak there honing our cowboys county this I think it's safe for me to say that at the time it was challenging the views of the funeral homes style so we used it as as a motivation to be successful but to show people shout e we show others what does it they we can provide in and so that's one of the things making sure that it's all affordable keep it that you do that because that's a tough conversation it is transparent as we can from the point of of conversation but you're chief financial chief focus can we do that and I guess we are point of differences in the level of service that we provide the health regional foyer we need to discuss costs and it's something that we can't hide we do have to have that conversation with fan and so we try and be as transparent as we can they have here in New Zealand but we had experienced without iron and so in Oakland difficult all wait are to compare them out of all why he knew you have to deal with it because that must be pretty challenging simply at harm and then have to deal with it definitely and your name well they are going to talk to the man for call my name's generous in the seventies eighties eight year olds they wouldn't want you mum Brookdale so you can feel it felt like that at the time but I guess there was a motivation Milwaukee picked up by a piranha difficulty. Let's see the toll on knowing she doesn't on you know because I know that have transportation on one of the they don't want to Houma an alternate the the muddy and they're not thinking right and so when you love someone and you want the very best don't you not just get something that gets the job done for you in the founder to choline into the Marine Lupu so have a little packages called a tiny hung package which is within the community the local climate or queer groups though are supportive and they will need to come be part of the cut Akhir be part of the open straightaway ago year we're going with you 'cause you're Mahdian let's assume absolutely was overwhelming the support of semifinal this is the Austin comeback with all the wheels and the Dalai I will deign to some people take it's in getting that right and not not over not mutiny Mattie t t t was depote the Mike Demoted Kaku any my handle dental thumb Martha Gacaca near where am warlike will pay all my keep the found Tooth Allama does coddle enough to Timakova now and get the hell out of something about it it just seems everyone you know we're as because he do one engage some in court from a big bucket of war at the front of the muscle set forth you place yourself wash yourself aw you very much so it's a Balancing Act Zahn specifically for Al Al modified who have got their own car back the our place the two Cosco's in the and Dr Zits you want the cream of the crop also note let's not be silly and generally the generation united the GOP put that back on thin he spins it all say what was the we have to deal with within it's about doing sensitively but there are some times when I will be straight up in order not to you what's L. The famous used to with other funeral homes it has done an end run like a fonder told me through that dion most difficult part of the job Brunson the most difficult part for me you know when you first started to do Papa Kooky one Yoko Reuter Maldini funner today take everything in because it's you know it's we haven't done it in the usual manner in terms of eight though I but that's an important part of the process used by Columbia human spirit first of all of the pumps up the round the clock the unites us because we are able to be one with Kirk in one with humidity and we started office we we we since our business is growing it's a used to be able to have the time to for a lot of urban Mari title with them and have some relationship with them sometimes they go in the in the dishonor we don I'm sure about these people we don't really know them even departures how deal without Montana directing with fun but what is really important at like that brings us oh you from him and what are you after you know what I mean when you touch co party who could do it just feels everything and then officials took us and helps me connect with who we dealing with here you know people someone did on the beat here but we've got families to do what are we dealing with who are we um we're heading off on so what does too much they don't though you'll be the home of the hospital will arrive you can I sometimes it truly is just about the time in there to papa coup that needs to be taken care of that Whitey and so we just got to get back to take we have stopped but it's growing a little bit quickly and we're not sort of women we really for it and so that's we've had wash ahead discussed they've seen the show in the have responsibility to connect Knicks will you know with the hands of the homey and it just in about Madonna lose what special better quality the quality and being there for our people and it seems to to to have the arrive at office me to to take what they do eat the farner towing aware than the you know the tweet me dial Datta Kuroki Heaney and everything just froze kinda helps you both concern too eh so they say no you know thickly tripled in our safe journey at least concluded with the cure oh boy what's the at this point often which we've had some words and shaded they this is the ceiling feeling comfortable as you were and let's just let you be Iran worry about protocols than not inclined so you're going to say something else about difficulties well I thought at the peons take it to come to our house the body down and leave or just in there and watch nothing is so we'd and even these people hid time to do that but now it's an in this is a good places I don't want to feel like always good for us now he's not doing any me not doing any of this nick prince type of situation you're in the cases that we care for what I guess farm lousy I want to go home tonight wow let's skip ahead of you work through that what what's your approach try Fato Matia over live team we to Turkey defined I say closed it and now priciest before the fan I leave we always conclude with it sort of ceremonial process but the humidity with Kelly all year you'd be equal pay to have you put you know what I mean you're right look we'll never Lee ah amongst themselves then you become a mediator a counsellor rooming media through the do you do arrest situations we the deceased married several times and you were we should deal with so many kids filled responsibility because he also you're on a timeframe seat like found we do have another finally coming due to zero this now you can come back tomorrow the owner take a muddy on tomorrow to come in there and headquartered in so that would be out of court two quarters in so we lowering right so so being up into a couple of situations where that's happened and was on these kids all practising modern day no this is not something needs to happen Kirke Humira or some words of Marlena to our radio and won't I think sometimes it is like referring them back to the love on our way there's been waiting for your next money the late arrival of his other children has most of the south and the recently departed and there are times when we share a laugh this conversation has it all the series the Cockatiel is has helped to the nick knowledge these children here in his house me coming it's really not okay so you talked about I still I mean these are the Laos we have behind closed doors at the deep recent talking with one another but at the time the thing to do is last hour these have couric here and we'll go and see him and then most of the majority of the time span not just like pot of reaping doing all this time actually the difficulties because your your boss the finances and stuff I mean some other challenging things that you find yourself having to tonight it head on atomic and so he was he was caught on the manx of and they shot him down in front of one of the Union in all its sit at the table and and if you can sorta yourself coupla if you need us to be the Beeman in the middle of what help you too but uh-huh sauce Nah as united as an Oregon this one of the main differences between what you do because you have your own money he into Fatto when you take into public back to a house and they've got no concord within sanity within the RENOVICA quarter I'd be into that like I love doing that quarter will suffer the guy was a male to mama the law in this the up to but you know you're a modern can into the into the bring them as part of the we'll have me why Kirke for quick translation into English so we all know what we're on but if you take a look adjust the middle of talking because you don't want them to take their money out in heavier you're still is celebrated at one time and doing up the other kids are going big eight woah ameliorate remedy like other then you've already discussed about the editor operative without having difficulty when we do find those that are challenging so wh what I love about some of the discussions that we have the project hit any kind of interesting experiences where you know people want just completely different call the name of the person contact details and you could assume that the body was also be real but now we ask the question why do you reckon there this you know what the Nookie Day Oh things like actually the of being watching too many movies you know who've been Mardi who've not really connected with the hoke line and it is dealing with debt fortunately for her so the other there are other issues that Ebanon is right around say things like hit by Taylor at least finally to be educated this is what the Mauroy require now so how often would you find yourself in a situation where just aren't trusted process Roget's options out the to eliminate the streets in the financial system that comes just the luckily local day three three annuity Nia on image and those are available they will be very before they love one time of passing some families are not for insurances I'm there they sorted there's no date and we do have that available and I there is a deepening prepaid trust Fana wanting to sits funds aside five times a month will go through that unfortunately and that's pending about availability in how zero with the but otherwise was let's go home we promote and help with the fun as well as you beat around me like to get paid to but either the morale is GonNa miss out missile someone's GonNa miss out and if we can all take care of one another you know the in the modern that'll be look in Emoto I do expect payment fund sooner harm she says it's the don't agoos during the fish shop lady the pitcher to take the you'll find a big so it is a holistic a quarter of that we six hundred sixty three dollars and they require that payment up front before you bury as well so I mean people have six grand hanging around in the I think I did they allowed to donate any easier that's a lot more for but because my staff will going so at least we know coin why people like to get through the Wadi night just all those sort of laying down rules but that's how we deal in that's probably about for us we were able to sometimes been up one about chapels and will transform it into a multi which mattresses so we'll have it here yeah but but a lot more modern civil cremating which is and five years ago when the phone would ring words take the take the out of the events and how do you deal with that no I think what we are seeing now is a lot of things sort of within reason now put that up in the kitchen you divide the lounge from the kitchen and just make it work with what we haven t gene on average go here not united limbs or whatever some of them have simply acts just to go through the process or the possibility of US I can only think of one funny when she wants to be buried upside down Dr Not in direct family member who's passed away before how do you how do you walk them through that L. The first thing that I think about an eighth of thinking about me a bit again help them with the fact that because these these these the crossroads to look after they loved one it's it's nice tonight that people think of US Numidian those times look I've got some Mongols and stuff who got gangrene and Luckily Goff I want a book they kind of late in the light up so yeah that will sit one out of the box he do council tipperary here and I mean a grave his five success one dollars for in the commission's Events Golden Golden Hidden Value Huckabee for the burial J. so I guess the reason why I'm interested in this order from things now where people what are you thinking when people I think it's an honest sometimes been to been farley you win win anyone really is bringing up to socks for advice four fronts how much is that going to cost you meet hold the leaders and always on you when you die you come to me then I'll be okay nerd charge mature put up to make wishes come through but memoir to college up the right way so that was one of them we made did they end up telling you what Ooh just up the road these there was a matz with it was buried normally line down in a few years later has wife dining quote really care knowing that the poor I'm uber because you did go lower hold onto it until they win a freezer I've had a freezer so deeply deeply the middle more on my league over on your last so we're not taking League Matzo but you can we know it's myself okay came out on you to her Qura but she was wishing to return in the NBA well we get people ring us up in how dialysis patients leaks Francis you come in well Koran a helmet on the Hornets Sita so that's why it's political it's all good he's just from Fisher and paykel frees up so they can put it on the front do not remove lamb league and so you know it's you don't really think you'd bet that you just wanted to get it right because you don't want anything very wrong what happens quit doing a phenomenal. Nah Malcolm naked difficult relative or do not to a Kuka Arcade I'm Holly Kudo yet he thought what is going wrong most of the instances of Machichi holds me back but I'm like if your what does if all these people are ringing me to pick up the arm the league then a Muslim fee we must Torna Hiya to period tells them face down not why we so to give away a few things but I will not wait the whole invoice because there are some things you will see take is possible because you know logistically we thinking she might fall that we can risks losing body paddle or thinking about the first one they want to two issues what does that feel a lot okay if they're lucky enough to get hold of me and my phone most of the Times Carter will interceptor in conversations and we do we to manage to get through all of it but yeah on on someone that's not willing to waive the whole thing including but not happy was apart of the service don't pay anything you have for for really hang on hang on cody I think most of the even doing audio hypothecated mcdermot goal hormones huge responsibility of preparing the to publicly gift cards who took it on a donation we get the moti in some cases the need to talk to a mighty Oklahoma sometimes I sometimes just WANNA be talking to the business partner and is really refund I I will not let take responded in those situations some of them are relatively good and and I'm happy to sit down and have this Covenant Event Heavens it all now you've hurt you by Gordon provisionals shooting it hasn't happened much cutting how here copy hill later though but if I see that there are some an inkling where we are at fault I possibly will happened or most of the time zillow things maybe we might have focus into the notice of the hero notices new things they're not me order of civis she anyway so I felt for the she wasn't able to get worse off Miami difficult unanswered awkward we've wrong not the things that we watch and so I just wanted to be you know on the mind will the guy them when the at the invoice and see what we can do very good Sitcom take me straightaway on night we weren't given to it some I'm just not in a because people generally remember all the things difficult to see the business panel in the husband because you see all these traits the typical husband traits they can do you WanNa talk how do you do that because it genuinely interested in how you do the business partner husband because Oregon it'd be really difficult Gordy Tatyana says sometimes he's very impatient just wants a now but there s like council requirements that need to be adhered to don there are instances where all much civil you pay what you think and it will leave it at that and leave it running I industry it is very difficult of but at the same time a we got to see the interests from another interest in Haiti goaty he did defend Dow day here catch you talking mirror takeover for combining stop laughing turn ask very serious which siphoned fanny betters it's not a blame the crime on their win when the there's a possibility they may be at fault or that they have done all the best they can to provide the services Chris has been essences Bafana have done the abyss try and get everything off the but I do know that when that guy and all I'm sorry okay get you to respond but I wonder if you can tell me what what quotas hell wanted to know the spelling Gremaldi everything the offer answers Mr for an you know those things and so that's all they're gonNA remember you but you know it's hardly ever and also the there's some things when you're dealing with multi that a female can do that a male counter what like because one little thing because you've gotta go through the spelling or we're going to help what to Gal pizzas the enough honor your mind your career Miami Oklahoma I gotTa Walk Identify Career Could Cater for Empty House era fist before we get the and Mr Taping or we need to build some cousins builder go time being once like makes a decision this always going to be cost effective with us in so it's a matter of educating him you I guess not I guess I north from what I've seen would be in the final detail he's Taylor and a Lotta Times Kapito it it on a mom call you it's just the gentleness about about a widening GDP why naked Quia tons of all the white hails say like he he thinks far he was with soon things and assist reminding him that their steps in place to get the the only counseling one who has very picky with the final presentation of how you love one look then the name winger and that's intimate how do we need my heater he you know the Hallway Nimitz the he could go who are not on all the way he knew one key yeah that I feel as we're he he asserts his strengths but it's they will come to treat the body in walking quickly cover because they all get my wife she'll help you you know we'd on sightsee it's the beautiful material and how it sits on the alarm one and I and it's all those finer details indirectly to you you're not just another number in the room and China feels we do feel special when you're in the moment of grace and also it's always in the in the service he gives Safar know how he acknowledges everyone in the room and sometimes when you know sometimes we need to in someone gives them a he you feel like you're just another number and the positioning of the two property it is in the the fundamental of the of the caskets and how they and the and the at the end when we asked singing or be part of his wet and molly that ability and with them some grateful that he has those those traits and I'm grateful that I can be part of his Wyatt up for when he speaks I'm sorry to speak about you like the styling but he doesn't like it when I do speak like the sovereign when he does speak you do feel like he is and didn't sign up there and do the my someone needs to do everything else and so we could hear me we're GonNa talk tiffany funerals you not to talk in the Texas it reminds me yeah I suspect you've roomful answer I think that as a gift any of my okay I think you may have quite enough maybe to knee Komatsu they are not democracy talking they go on to administration United the people of my mother told you how many do here it's so hard to remember everyone nothing get it seems pretty tragic and horrific things to can you talk us through that and how you've dealt with that GONNA turn that around and make the same your quarter to make people feel like a quarter-on-quarter Kia Anaya it situation that has just broken thank doing to start here well those one time we are almost had and we just had a baby and and you know wasn't so much it's not so much a to papa coup that authorizes too much it was a little more hospital I went to uplift the winding who died and she was pregnant the same time Goldman quoted on did you think you made for the job do you think this is because I'm trying to think of you can do any probably a whole bunch of other things but it sounds like given you gift the part time ruin someone's tonny hung up by saying the wrong name of the wrong to publicly thank God that have got lids of coffins with names on the over reminded him that things in play music or something trying to sleep cost Mike you say it's the reaction of the final which shows you how much this person was loved or how tragic the losses John there is like someone has come to you all Frances thank you so much for looking after US time in yoga or years how his mom oh no Yeltsin the can we get families Nia and you hear in field your expressions of sadness than you understand you goodness unless piecing cries and talk I don't WanNa do I had enough you know three three three funerals in Aurora and the day I mean I you know at the end of October now is that we try and educate our honor to at least for fans away will be part of a trust sit up something so they can prepare this so when it does come to their this is what you might do supply what yeah I guess maybe you do what you know just watching her you know because I'm trying to uh-huh wondering in the Edo Toyota Quarter keep the key to formula and how you felt as one of meaning to a quarter on singer the he the key to public inequality in our our Jerky to barbecue they use a taft all on the whole hour so we because it to pop who's just a to Papa chronique you know co edited to White Orthodontics a lot on this case and so it's not until you how do you deal with it at home are you are you the sponge that kind of pretty much spent us we we do we bounce off one another daybreak and really foods and all those feelings to Manet's it's enough to make you give up an institution how do you not take it because unique for indigenous one hundred you think of the most tragic case you've seen we've seen and befriend to deal with it during the memorial so we do as a staff is as tame leaders we'd like to ensure the everyone has they they take a long and they'll let us know of Mason Qua- Tama they good I love the we had ah we what is the reaction that people have to you when you tell the mobile everyone knows what you do now because the most popular show on Netflix uh-huh be because we humanly and and so that's seen a lot of them students this out knew they can't help it the special cuss cottee is but before that ubiquitous what was people's reaction to you both when you said Jose should stop assizes figured out ways to us but now thanks to you know people understanding on Multiple WanNa know more about what it is I mean totally well with the next mayor of the all even have some time off my they're not prepared to go back just you didn't most of the Times as staffer between us our staff especially when reunited in the time ahead Keith a he most of the times of the qubit all they would bring them back and that's where it's interfered with L. Life a little bit but you know we we're con something you work on it must be tough I neither one of them cry nearly everything I can aw give mommy a bake high because how do they reach the mustard do they some of them just don't drake them into it but we probably the WISP periods take our kids out you know pop don't come the tree the atomic wave yet is the butter E-eh like like you say we have definitely seen so if you go on the trampoline put your helmet on the funeral home Stephen Funerals that's how my it was a conversation killer really was stopped the whole because a lot of the time and we have the children that have drowned it's mom and dad were there or there were eight aunties uncles and service all note we always you know Offenbach darned bouncing of certain things that hey hey Kelsey sunny like knee high but it's I was able to participate in a funeral of quia elderly Quia and We Hid Serb is your fence can you know I'm just I just wanted my kids go on this on the air with people I can trust and a body for almost two weeks not more Puna with study was studying we arranged to have the few runs three weeks time exams so she didn't want them upset and she said it before she died she wants to make sure she got you know the children they kind of get one hundred something's gone or is it a new name year mainly that don't really we don't really talk much about that we martin all no no particularly per year it's we numbers of pocket funerals have been through the roof I loved really soft Tom's at they laid it out if a tiny Aharon ain't whatever La's let's have quoted the tweet about it because we don't want them offer you sandwich for you but you know does this and it makes sense how the culture of the way they have funerals works order joy that you know there are tons of going out and people would get up to and I will use this house funeral services if you don't drink didn't us all hugh on time they turn up on time is beautiful at the same time but you know it's it's a different culture in soccer speak that in our love they do say and we said the tugging your mid tongue don't stay in the more silly try not to just I wanNA was held onto hoop yes because it was an who is interested who children got through these stardom open over three this study the uh-huh about the ones as the hockery's more finger believe it is you know Marty were around the two papa twenty four seven Alpaca farm not just bring up and say it's possible if we can come funeral celebrant united already conducts selling funerals has been fueled direct to Oh because you know what that's about and so that was once the biggest change in your lives now that's occurred as a result of COSCO is all autographed shift is on the writings left the Tabu or will be able to have regular conversations about Mateo Zena and our respect it to be honest with you because how to pay the bills they go to work in there still would not mean like us you have three four days off we're GONNA get polls and go to the United Saif offense EDA's as a result of the program was really does it was very difficult if I sit up in the industry to try and educate Towa Mauri you stop everything at your everything focuses on the Mukilteo not in this case and not on a lot of cases the mom at the time you know they're bringing up asking four-times I view so it's different look it's a beautiful it in I can't be normalize let us in it the show has been able to from what I've seen can on the final day because the bodies to public will stay in L. Kid that go home Ed stadium a final day we'll have a funeral at church or Chapel which is about funerals at some point in time we win I would today there so it's nice to know that people can't come up to US edit this is your mother you come when you come out of mind really you didn't really just come and say the heat to see have a conversation about it I wanNA plan on on on my kid's Day and we can have accorded all about my my my tiny hung anymore founder belt costs about how they want to if you will planning ahead it's now people are knocking on our toes ringing up can replace him I'm not sure if this was the digital era has come in that short amount of five six years has changed things up north tongue what strikes you because I don't think we really at the time we hit him down south sold in the stock will take you through what's what's the effect bane of COSCO's runaway wall which fit series of

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Bitcoin Rejection

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

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Bitcoin Rejection

"They tried to call crypto show talking business influx Jane in this episode of the crypt. I- podcast Kasese proudly brought to you by Mugabe. The universal pilot ecosystem said. Why don't you head over to pay dot? Io and check them out that's M. O. B. I. Hi it's a Ti y dot. I get everybody welcome to the show. Had a great weekend on certainly did today. This is GonNa be the slow day full. May Hi Hadi big weekend with the French food. Is Dan wonderful tool came and so for me why they I and I'll tell you the second I'm I'm going to be doing training and more the else simply because I just I feel a hundred percent right now on to the rest and and not jump back into trading the markets as aggressively was lost weight. Now tell you what happened so tell you what happened over the weekend. We did break above nine thousand momentarily early. It didn't last for very long. And on the Fifth Day mid one candle in particular that that fifteen minute candle fell four point five percent full four hundred dollars calls as low it actually deep this down to below eighty five hundred and we did that a guy in the last fifteen minutes the last thing in the Kennel there. The the low that was eighty five hundred. Let's call five in the high of that. Candle was eighty seven hundred again at two hundred dollars. Moving of the market is very volatile right. Now I think it's still trying to work. Look at what it wants to do next. Bitcoin house eighty six fifty. It's down two point seven percent and it's really something I think is welcome of having that pool by as required quite. I want to say we can get beyond thousand. I really want to see a push through. That was the first time we saw tested into nine thousand consolidated along for a little while and then sort of pushed on throat and I came back down so we'll save halley guy. If we get a second chance at nine thousand would be good to get through that and then on to five digits once again a theory the other one sixty six twenty five cents down four point two percent a very strong wake once again theorem above look kind of close. That weekly candle currently is up. Thirteen percent will. Just you know bitcoin's weekly Kennel eighties. I only up six percent rotten now at Stanford does look better Boss nowhere near as good as some of the markets out there as far as the moves have been concerned now right now worth their encounter into others level one seventy seven. It's is an old resistance level now that level so ulta pull. It's become resistance now on the way up into that. It's pulled back from their. Currently we are in an area there on the ice talent twelve hour. Kennel Theorem But I'm going to be sitting back and watching because Resistance is still just a bit too close ailsa three doll fifty seven cents five point site. Full percents Dan last week. The cannibals quite strong for awhile it has pulled back and right now. We're looking at eleven point. Three percent up. We've got till eleven. Am this morning Sydney. Tom Trauma is a roughly an hour. And Probably Anabel on this gets at I annexed Candles close knocks so five point. Nine Percent Cy. Five point nine cents down three point one four percent I'd had run up has pulled back with the CIA is quite messy Go to accelerate here as well. Twenty three point three. It's down three point. Seven one percent no surprises as extra pay That top ten top ten tends to move more or less together. Lockwood run into some resistance. Well resistance it as just shy of sixty three dollars. Sixty two dollars and ninety cents. It has since pulled back on. I WanNa say what does I want to get through the attitude to on and then I'll be much more interested in the last week. I got along on Bitcoin. Cash with modern SOM- stealing feeling not hit our first target. Or Take my wife I I. It's it's locked. It's probably locked in. It is a very profitable trade for me. I still do have a position long. Their eh three hundred thirty three dollars and nineteen cents down one point five five percent bond has now against. US tethered seventeen. Eighteen cents down three point. Four nine percent now is pulling back on the daily caught well and there is still more room for the pullback and because of that I'm going to take you try on something. That's a bit iffy on waiting for the best tries because of the best tried to get you the best outcome from. I've had a fantastic start to the year. I certainly don't want to be giving that money back. The money's mine and I WANNA make it into more so very patient waiting for exactly one master. The pull the tron right now. There wasn't days unlimited. Move last week the pull gone Janis. One point six so six point six five percent sitting at one point six cents. A white see how that goes on the dialing Kadan relatives resistance as well rejected that points Full point six cents That resistance coming up and now at four point two six down five point four. Three percent based vehicles has had a pullback on the dilates little bullish candle Right now is it one that I will be trying. Look The candle itself is not a big considering Basically has gathered over the last couple of weeks is really but I mean it's a bit tricky because I'll put it down to the field of Honda percents all just lay that one but hundred sixty three dollars and forty six cents up five point four six percent the only one in Iraq that he's up in the top ten so far today man. It was a good week lost weight. Ladies and gentlemen hope you are involved in that managed to get three great tragedy cerium classic being the biggest of the law and that was the one that I didn't get a feeling but it didn't bond didn't uh-huh Corn Petrol. 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#1927: Call Stella

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#1927: Call Stella

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from google from connecticut california from mississippi tim minnesota millions of businesses are using google tools to grow online learn how google is supporting businesses in your state at google dot com slash economic impact hello and welcome to car talk on national public radio with us clicking flex tapper brothers were broadcasting this week from independence hall he would car talk plaza now as i'm sure we're all aware i'm not this week when you're talking about we're celebrating independence suspension day up two hundred and eighteen years ago this week the first cornerstone this sounds like a crock so i saw me over in the corner stober wagon switched over to fully independent bench in any year now i'm sure the jeep cherokee he was actually saw a cornerstone wagon down in san antonio you'll have park next to where we were yet and it had four wheel independent suspension sure yeah just like the jeep cherokee will he is working toward anyway it's like talk suicide number is eight eight eight car talk that's one eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five hello you're on car talk hi my name is frank guys doing good everyone knows named frank yeah well you know i do what i can william where you're from right i'm originally from brooklyn died in a fight in florida now i'm a boys had distributed down here no kidding yes sir you got any of those spiral cut him you know like i said i'm just coming in today truckload came in today you fall off the truck those the ones we'd be often travel times right now was it don't make it the loading dock fee man shrunk microchip guys showed like i was driving home and i happened to be flipping through the channels and i call you start immediately got my attention in a and i immediately thought of the problem is that all my car and i said maybe these guys go me out go horse rank we re maybe any buddy of ours from brooklyn we will do everything in our power that's what i like the usual strike here's what's happening gentleman did they i got a mitsubishi monteiro sport i got forty thousand miles on it company pays for a company pays for it good well making some some heck of a commute but yeah that's obviously gonna be over but here's what's happening while driving back and forth from brooklyn to miami that's gonna come on i'm telling you control drive up to the treasure coast then and then it's about an hour and a half you know one way some spent about three hours driving his car everyday and what's happening is whenever accelerate because i i do enjoy celebrating a it's makes a squeaky noise but it's only one i celebrate hard what happens is it's a v six but this car doesn't have nearly the power i used to driving ford explorer add some power this thing you push the gas and this is why you don't give me what i like why is it says yes i'm talking to you and i suspect the first year and then it goes starts making a funny noise he's just like never really knew what goes on we illinois's only one i push on the gas and it ships and rpm's go up yeah you know and i don't know what what what's causing that when i'm kind of worried now obviously a forty thousand you know i'm gonna move the car and get go read going there's something else now because i'm i'm not gonna be that kind of marriage on relocating right right you don't need us sport utility in florida everyone you need this for forty guys like all right all right all right all right well this is forty k on and you only hear the noise when you down shift in the noises coming from under the hood it's coming from under her tongue automatic though so it just felt when i get frustrated that doesn't go for it you know what's happening fortunately is something much minor okay cool the delta slipping see you this vehicle has one belt one serpentine belt the drives everything power steering air conditioning water pump end because of his forty thousand miles on it it's probably craft and somewhat worn out and blazed ceo when you stumped on that gas pedal to try to get this dog to move right you're making rpm go very quickly from what it was maybe two thousand up to say for thousands right and when that happens the bills which is gonna keep pace with the engine begins to slip i ended up going up even faster because it down shifts right so they obviously obviously go up when you stop on the pedal and then what is down fifty rpm's go up even more right okay so that all the answers getting ready to blow one of them but i think it's i think it's just a belt and what i would do because you have forty k on and i would take it to the the mitsubishi dealer ask the put a new belt on right and i bet you the noise will go away okay cool let me ask you something about spoke with you guys have suggestions obviously i you know i want the power and it's a v six and i'm not getting the power well the one the one so you'll frank is deep grand cherokee v eight oh you gotta help some road at the magic word is that worth a couple of hands i think you're right there you go you know something that you've opened my eyes i think that's what i'm gonna do i'm glad you riser open as long as you're driving will sometimes they closed take it easy frank lloyd wright a guy takes me a call one eight eight eight car talk or one eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five low you're on car talk hide maple mabel me that's seldom heard name isn't the only torian victorian victoria one of the last survivors what the name maple she i thought it was more brooklyn ease actually man like earlier right i mother my mother was born in brooklyn how could you from the victorian section of brooklyn so anyway there was a story where you from no label i'm from aspen colorado may well have a nineteen eighty two subaru station wagon when i when we've been totally tooling tooling around town a little bit and i stopped her park and then i get in and started we had this terrible sound that sounds is if i had started they terrible it was running yeah well it was running off offer found it sounds like a wild one lawful when does occur also wait a minute you see what she said also that she was from brooklyn well you're you're only recently a resident of aspen aspen colorado know thirty years when you don't say often you'll never forget never forget they say this word for us do oh gee dog with c o f f e coffee oh no she was good that you lost half ruben mid west and i lost some of it yeah but dog was still way imam dog is very telling all right now back to the issue windows just ugly noise occur who is a curse not one i starter up from cold right but when we've been cooling around town and i thought her up from oh warm yeah okay just kevin automatic transmission no no you get the sure yeah well it's more that high off of sound then i'll turn it off because it scares me to death and i'll go you know do ritual have an ice cream cone something come back and he's fine so it doesn't happen all the time it's very very intimate i'm not sure i get it i'm not sure i get the noise either oh god is it is it claiming of metal pieces together it could be it but it isn't that's a hit us marvelous that we knew what that noise well it sounds to me like the starter starter isn't engaging all the way the way this works is when you turn the key among other things have happened a little geared jumps out engages meets up with meshes woods teeth of the flywheel and that's what makes engine turnover and stop the car that little gear the jumps out jumps out from the shaft of the starter or infant on a piece called the starter dr okay and it sounds like the gear is not coming all the way into the fly will end so what's happening is not a cause it's hitting the teeth okay i would think the starter is bad so you know we know when things get hot yeah resistance goes up yeah you you may remember that from high school that that's a good i've written hot aero resistance aero good that's good and when resistance goes up removed but equals i are car in the goals dumb okay then when the current goes dumb about to say he said oh no not no i know i know you're saving you know no i'm gonna keep going but okay when the when the current goes down they amount of power which is what makes everything turned down because the power is ice we are so far as to where we find little starts i sweat anyway okay that's what makes since you don't have enough power that doesn't go all the way in where it's supposed to go in a legal pot way ended ends up going gang gang gang gang gang gang i mean look what line years and then starter that's the bottom line will have you're mechanic take out the starter in examined the fly we'll turn things around sixty degrees make sure you don't have chewed up teeth on the fly we'll also tests the battery because even though the the starter resistance this does go up if the batteries and putting out enough energy it it will prevent the car from starting to so make sure the battery in the charging system are sound before you go ahead and just replace the starter motor and our vice okay so he he want a full a workup up electric right circle diagnosis but we're suggesting probably the bottom line will be after he does this ugly crack the battery in the car consistent first yet fan exactly exactly and then if that checks out all right then check the flywheel that chicks on the right throw a starter in okay good luck maple got it thank you thanks you call by by by twinkle twinkle little star power equals i squid are is that what they taught you what am i team in the u of m i t the finest institution of higher learning in the world and you sit there in class in some guy would six phd says twinkle twinkle little star power equal square or thing i remember my she is mom i want the mit today i just got back from class what'd you learn goes he goes that's the power and she she was the head coach the ball but he's already made one eight eight eight car talk that's one eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five lawyer on guard talk my name is kelly and i'm calling from monterey california more to ray kelly you name is my name is kelly okay hubbard's and motor oh yeah it's pretty nice there except right now or off fog then yeah well it happens you lives there in the state of california wherever they told me it was gonna be sunny then why didn't they were the post got say sunny california yeah it's all these fi it's obviously the walkie or too cold so wouldn't rob bolt what's going on cal well i've get this ninety two chevy pickup truck yeah and it's a stick shift and every time i drive the car over a hundred and twenty miles it has this problem with doesn't do it if i do if i drive ninety miles or a hundred miles over a hundred and twenty miles you're a good data collector yeah before you call those you made sure that you had some interesting data that's right love it i've been i've been watching this problem now for about three months or so maybe even longer good really you'll yeah i haven't done anything about it all right i'll drive a hundred twenty miles and let the trucks that if i let it sit for an hour twenty four hours it doesn't matter i get back in the track i put the thing in first gear let the clutch out in the mix this rubbing noises sort of it sounds like metal on metal if not a grind but it's a rub it's hurt and then a shift in the second year does the same thing third year does the same thing i'll drive it for about fifteen minutes or so and then it'll go away it happens as you're putting get into gear after your chicken happen as i'm putting it in gear and then it'll be kind of quiet and i'll start letting out the clutch and it'll do it again when when it's happening you you ever feel eight vibrating that'll leave my of course i'm not sure i think it's if it's if it is it's pretty subtle on actually feel it in a stick shift to you all right well i don't have any it's because i can't explain the hundred and twenty miles thing yet working on it don't let that can't be you can't be worry with all the details yeah but you get the big picture that might be good enough other stuff me just fallen so it might even be irrelevant in more importantly you'll detractors may not be able to prove that you're wrong like like i'm just exactly i mean they give it to a mechanic is when it does it by the time i get it to another shot and unless you go to a place hundred and twenty miles yeah in which case she's got no motivation to help you because he doesn't know who you are i i imagine you've done these maybe haven't but hopefully you've done the obvious like a checking the level of oil and the transmission well that was that's that's that's what i was thinking that i better do and i've talked to people like oh you never need a change the transmission oil we don't know what you're gonna have oil change but having it's good having it is important it just requires getting under the truck taking the plug on the side and taking the plug out all right it is soon as you put your finger in there you should touch fluid all right in fact if the truck is leaning a little bit it should come pouring out and you're chin oh great if there's no food in there then you may have cook the transmission now why it goes away or why i don't think it's in the training no i don't think it is either i know you have eight eight released bearing or throw bearing that's binding up on me caller had this the throw bearing is held by fork which gets actuated by clutch pedal and the thrall bearing slides on eight caller on the transmission alright ended it could be the debt is worn out in pausing shattering yeah so you may need to have the transmission and yanked out you may need it you know you've got how many thousands of my whole thing about it is only got about seventy thousand miles yeah i wouldn't wanna while you may be able to get someone get someone in there and spray some a high temp lube on that the on that caller okay to go into the auto parts store look for something says miracle on that's a that's a powerful words all it is three o'clock but but take take the thing into a shop haven't put it on the left yeah tell them what we think it is have the first check the transmission oil level when they determined that that's okay see if they could spray some lubricants onto these throat bearing a fork and the caller and the transmission and that might if it makes it go away for at least a while you'll know that at least at least that diagnosis was correct and when it comes back you need you need to replace probably the fork in the pivot ball and all that stuff all right all right see kelly all right thanks why by all right sorry you remember last week possibly hustler the hustler a i still haven't fixed exhaust leak and you're mj huh exhaustively will be right back in just a minute and keep forgetting when you take the wheel for the first time you'll experience the fun 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ton of songs to lift your spirits might even find you're next neighbors artist that's npr's pop culture happy hour listen and subscribe now i went back and listen to the car talk with clicking collect the tapper brothers and we hit it talk about cars car repair end up being answered so last week's puzzle what was it here here it is this is the salt in the string yes what's the string yes this is the second in a string of string puzzle is in you have to pieces of strength each take exactly an hour to burn but they burn rate so not linear so one string they burn quickly for five minutes a fifteen minutes and then slowly for the next ten minutes and so on but we know the after exactly in our bolstering rosca if they lose at one end will be completely burned up burned to chris mullin you okay in the spring spring the spring string springsteen the bruce was this how could you measure eight fifteen minute period of time with this knowing these things you have to strings yeah both which will burn up an hour flight at one end end and all you had was this to strings and the cigarette lighter yesterday a visible light or some such thing that came to an end the way you did that you took the two strings and you're like three ends at once rice which any any did the first piece burns up entirely in half and our right if it takes them out bring the whole thing if you let it at both ends it's gonna burn up and in half an hour may end because you look at both ends the burn up and a half and the second piece burns by half an hour because it was lit at the same time time as the other two wins right okay so then you know the half and i was burned time left in the second string you like that at the other random volleyed you've got fifteen minutes right sure i think i i think i follow that right so so is this question this time so now the puzzle was how do you measure six minutes six minutes six minutes i'll make it easier minutes anything oh hall has completely different thing i knew i knew when you were being so generous i said gee you wanna give such a big heads and little did i know that the big hand was a big red herring i should have known you wouldn't be so generous i i didn't even give it hit the all you repeated housing oils one done unnecessary because you were trying to elite everyone down the wrong track a now you just did that that was off sneaky me wasn't it yeah it was very sticky well here's what you do is take the zippo lighter and you're tired to pay attention i do a door knob to one of your sliders regular opens the door there's the cloth and they'll show you how it ties a string of his one into the string divisible lighter yeah okay and you may not realize it but you have constructed eight pendulum you then take the wider annual lightly other string at both in not the one that is just tied to the no no no yellowing okay order the bullpen you landed at both ends and you immediately set the pendulum swinging as you know it's gonna take thirty minutes with that strengthen burn up right and what you do while the string is burning secret you count pens we'll count pendulum swings in of course everyone knows that a pendulum it's a cycle is independent of its amplitude a that's why pen july were so popular in clock you yes he's cause as the pendulum seemed to slow down it really didn't slow down amplitude of the cycle decrease the time it took for the swing from point eight all the way the point be on the other side of that actor pointing the same remains the same so very little known fact about pundit while it's the only true if these are small if it gets too big then there are other yeah there's other mathematics mathematics tickets involve much too complex for me to explain here because when i covered it although you count the number of swings at one the thing is burned up completely you say ha it took thirty minutes for let's pick a nice number like three hundred shoe swings of the pendulum therefore if i divide despite five phillies six minute minute divided by five so three hundred dollar by five is sixty swings of the pendulum and so you said a swinging again and you're count up to six minutes he caught any amount of hey think six minutes was a red herring as well right if you had said awkward you count up the anything well i i consider known i have been i resented having i was i was considering having the string tied to a red herring who's looking for getting really really interesting oh man the winner is ed chris'll wire from mountain view wyoming infant having his correct answer selected at random firm among the thousands of correct answers we received as gonna get a twenty five dollar gift certificate to the car talk shameless commerce division with which he didn't get a copy of all music collection called car talk cartoons america's best disrespectful costs logs and there are some beauties in their hey look we're gonna have any ainu i i don't i can't describe it because they haven't figured out which puzzle i'm gonna useful the season finale i was wondering about that it is the season finale so don't tuna sold yet because that's coming up baby in the meantime if you have a question about your car or anything else give us a call eight eight eight car talk that's eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five hello you're on car talk hi this is kyle from lake met a goshi in north dakota layout minute goshi you've got a spell that for me okay here we go m e t i g o s h e one method method gauchet medico she yeah like musical she cool so what's up well here's my story yeah i just got married over christmas cool an a wonderful wife beautiful person but along with that is a car that has potential problems and she has a wonderful family i have wonderful family and when we got married married my dad didn't think you know you know she's a beautiful person wonderful person he thought great we get another car the change the oil on over thanksgiving vacation well one of those he loves changing oh hell yeah but here's what's happening a couple of weeks ago we had the get a new front wheel berry we were told we need one kyle i i have to throw we've been doing this show for twenty one years in our producer has told my brother thousand times if you're gonna drink a can of coke don't open it up during the neutral well in the vicinity of the opener like before the show loves open eligible gluttonous threatened that out because a lot of people might have thought it was you well that's why i piles little narrative we got one of the wreckage right but i'm sorry go ahead well i just wanna point out that if you have shaken the cancer twice may not shaking for it fell down this wouldn't have happened in philip says that when it happened i know it out all right all right so right model like the change deal if five o'clock right my father but we had the new wheel bearing of the front tire and that was fine but then my father in law el he went and bought my wife four new tires on her car so but the mechanic told him that we need to get we'll wheel bearings packed rear wheel bearing yeah yeah her ninety two pontiac random so he told about see my wife and betsy told me then i called my dad and he said no you cannot pack wheel bearings on the back of a grand you just can't do that so here's my problem i mean one of them is right and one of them is wrong and i just don't know how to a whole new 'cause both of them are very good with cars or claimed to be well i think i think your father if he said that the wheel berries cannot be repacked is he the one that made that statement yeah that's correct outlets kyle's father who said that i think he's a sealed full life bearings or twentyfive thousand miles whichever so i don't believe these berries are repack of all right back in the old days wheelbarrows used to come apart and they would be it would consist of interfering with the race in a sealed behind that and then outer bearing with this race and then they lock and not in a corner pnn then a cap agrees captain fit over that whole thing she her picture and you could take that cap off pull the carter pin extract the bears clean out all the dumped it's in their put new greece it and then talk the retaining not the right amount and put everything back together but i don't believe that the brand damn has that set up it has eight eight preloaded bearing the comes from the factory the thing is just bolted on with the hump assembly sure so if it's loose it it means the berry needs to be replaced okay and if you wanna find out for sure cola parts store in out what that rear wheel bearing looks like if the guy says oh it's all one piece then you know mary pat and it doesn't henry packed right but now i'm nervous so my father in law that he wasn't right telling me that we have the do that i'm just gonna crush him no it won't crush him but i might not get anything for christmas this year i i would keep it all clients okay should i just i might just figure out myself just figure out what has will know importantly i would take it someplace and having check because of the berry really is loose did it needs to be replaced okay yeah i don't mess around with that because when when bearing sees it's not pretty okay well thank you very see carlos gone okay one eight eight eight car talk that's eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five hello you're on car talk hi this is foul on from dallas dallas wasn't that all soap opera yes that was before my time well it is before your time when i was a little kid it was nineteen twelve i think yeah i used right out of the great influenza epidemic i used to come home from school for watch when i was about in the third grade in my mother was always listening to another episode i'm not another insipid episode of salad dallas indeed so stole it from dell stolen from dallas are you i'm fine i'm fine right what's up well i need some help with they quasar automotive issue related to my personal live all halls yes okay little marriage or anything like that my brothers mary extra rich charles look i'm not married and that's part of the problem or maybe maybe not one of the main thoroughfares that connects downtown dallas to its suburbs to the north is called the dallas north tollway and there's this giant oil plano right exactly sure yeah anyway there's a giant billboard the visible from the tollway in this billboard started having personal ads first singles wanting to meet other singles no kidding one ad read something like tall handsome surgeon looking for petite blonde to marry your android in another one red blonde bombshell looking for mr rich right kidding now my question is this all one word your personal that would you a well i need to find out how many words can i put on that billboard so that it'll still be comprehensible to the average forty something man who's driving to work matt eyesight slow invite i side yeah and part b i mentioned that i'm a lawyer or do you think that's gonna turn off the press by one leave that out stoa well maybe not you wanna spring it on a late or just be up front about it well i think i'd rather be mad at otherwise i'd be worried about deceptive trade practice i have a very good friend who's a lawyer i won't mention alex's name on the radio because good in the trouble he always has the question of if you meet a woman he says you know right away you're a lawyer or you wait until she gets no you kim realize you're a human being a little bit and then you find qualities and then you're a lawyer or you're just tell her right up front so the the faint of heart will just not even bother you're a lawyer and they leave it's always been question for him and it's a question for you to that's right so headed here resolve it has been resolved line divorced three times found that you got it so you're okay vital information yet what should we know about you know if you're worried that said well i'm patine time brunette i think tank tapering that was better than saying shorten dark retreat petite and brunette those are those are two very good words i've got a great smile and big brown eyes yeah single divorce boy divorced d g p b l p b b b j right what are the three i mean we have to use after news i wish you all the acronyms or abbreviations millward see i think we should go and we have used the other side of my expertise here which is marketing and you have to think about the target market and rather than describe what your characteristics are you have to think about what kind of a man you want to attract and then will choose the characteristics that will attract that kind of man okay so what are you looking for what they're still right for you somebody like dick cavite somebody who's smart and funny but not funny looking pencil neck geeks that's what i did kevin you you pull that right all you've thought about this yes indeed eight i've been saying for a long time did you if you would get right to the point you addict cabin type call stella right offer a real hot time called don't mean the fact you can you describe your targets so well the kevin boy that's good everyone knows what that means i can i can see that right away i think you should used that in the end the end there has to be call stella dash dash dash dallas oh i wish i could say costello or else so if you are a lawyer okay yeah you should say looking for the care of it i'll sell costello stellar now right let us know what happened instead of well tennis pictures of you in in in mr mr dick good luck thanks bye bye bye you know i was looking for the perfect woman and i actually found her unfortunately she was looking for the perfect guy yeah well less productive even listening to us might be to productive urine simplicity the car talk with us clicking collect the tapper brothers will have more of your calls plus our last caller before we send the puzzle ron summer vacation is at that time yes it is you wouldn't know it by the 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an extra two box will cover the bill so the question is how many people were in the original group that we that sounds simple simple prove you're answer prove it prove it there's only one answer you know the answer reddit user the hardest cry proving yeah that's always partly pronounciation but i call them from at cousin fairmont but that's basically what his problem was proves it this is the only thing yeah jesus hypothesize sure he's gonna generalize these at a stereo and it's not easy the climb up my brother and i i think you know the answer read it on a postcard are edging into the shell of eight diamond in ruben crusted fabric jay and send it to hustler tower car talk plaza box thirty five hundred harvard square cambridge our fair city matt zero two two three eight or you can email your answer from car talk dot com if you'd like to call us the numbers one eight eight eight car talk that's eight eight eight two two seven eight five square five lawyer on car talk hey guys i'm a i'm calling you from dallas texas in my name is lisa car lisa no joke used to be on our on our on our memories i you know i've heard that and i'm really upset that i haven't gotten a paycheck nobody gets paid we don't you you you buddy yup the show a few all right well yeah so secretive maybe you could just send me some donuts called krystal they know how to do what's up lisa well i have a ninety four saturn sl sell to ticketed for regular oil change an them afterwards the guy came out and said we have we have some issues issues issues okay and so he laid out for me for problems that need to be taken care okay would rank them in order i all my my tent at the ready one two three four that's outside with the highest priority and work down go overboard this guy needs a throttle body service role okay number two and he's the coolest change jake i feel like i'm in david letterman number three it the the muffler is starting to rest should be replaced at some point number four the right axel seal right back is seeping had those top two i should do you know kinda right away to weaken watch and subsequent oil changes and they wanna ninety nine dollars with the throttle body service in a sixty eight with dallas texas seventy hundred and four hunt a seventy five bucks with the cooling service oh no you're way off throttle body with sixty five and the cool changes only fifty to fifty four once now i have a problem with this because i'm like these guys are straight up guys i'm like next time i bring it in will do it all so then i get the car wash for me i go way an and i noticed that my pushing the accelerator it just feels kinda strange but subsequently next couple of days i noticed now when i get in the car and accelerate the cart stutters kind of jerks forward a bit before it kind of kicks in and it happens when i'm at lower rpm's or when i'm shifting gears or if i'm geared to high once i get up to speed like i'm on the freeway it feels fine and so you know i i'm not saying that anything they did anything because these are good guys but i just think the timing is interesting so my question is you know how that laundry list of for things you could just be related to one of those four young and if not what could possibly happen during an oil change that might make well i i should start by saying that i think that when they gave you this list they were very honest incorrect above the hierarchy and the fact that they are charging you one arm and a leg they do these things that my brother would do if you took it to his place that's why you know customs i mean i was gonna i was gonna say deals a final thought before you mentioned the business of the muffler and they axel seal i was going to say gee i wouldn't have even put these things on any list or at least they got him at the bottom and then you said they told you not to worry about these things which is exactly what i would have said to you too but now what did they do to sabotage you're gonna give me a big you know big trouble now oh yeah yeah so i don't know they did anything but that's what they of course they were they were all they did was changed the filter what could happen when you ask why you did you ask why you needed a throttle body service maybe he noticed something here's here's what happens i got it the guy pulled into duty or if you know there's nothing wrong with it he pulls out after doing these little change in takes it around the block all you're going to see much oil leaks so that's how they test to see if they put the dream what i look for that pool of oil driving around the block the mira's how much oil is left on the ground it maybe he noticed that in fact with doing this little stuttering and he says all lisa lisa needs a throttle body service yeah what were in fact what they could have done was knocked off of vacuum hose or you could have a bad spark plug wire so you could be coincidental if i'm understanding that i'm assuming that it is to i'd be willing to bet it that he maybe even misdiagnosis everyone the bet you need a spark plug wire or you have a bad a fouled plug or some such thing which is unrelated to anything they did and yet you could blame them if you want i mean it's it's one of those things that you can't really believe how could it happen then out of the infinite number of seconds but there are in in the universe that this throttle body could have died well they've happened that happened at that very moment i'm very interrupted the find out what his explanation is because if it's any good i wanna be able to see a lisa thank call dave calling one eight eight eight noticed as she brought up but things she said we have automotive issues yes she must be one of those psychologist types no the delisted that older dealer using her healer they did we miss the seminar yeah we admit that i think what you miss one of those some of those issues issue we have some issues to discuss the car but some serious right off the bat saying something like psychotherapy i think he's got some problems with a better does we have some issues here which we'd like to discuss yes and resolve resolve is violating anyone space by our number's one eight eight eight car talk that's eight eight eight two seven eight two five five hello you're on car talk that's chris collins from rockville maryland villains rockville road god you never heard of it did you of course we've heard or rockville illinois maryland is this popular is pueblo colorado it's a nice place anyway here's what's not well in rockville we have a pike that's a is basically an eight lane parking lot in a couple of times i had this problem with my car it's a eighty six acura and i was driving along one day in traffic really hot ninety five degrees and eighty six accurate integra that grow old legends integra i gotta step on the brakes and stop and slowly the kind of go a little every time i sit on the brakes i go a little further the floor and pretty soon all the way on the floor nothing won't break yeah anything so i start the pump it and i get the pressure back and then it'll break but then i let it go and thirty seconds later there's nothing and your bumper to bumper stop and go traffic a life threatening situation but so i have a friend who's a mechanic and i took him he checked it out set everything looked fine who is this person i friends first and then mechanic sucking on that front which is a a by the way would be a first preserved fellow aero yes okay but he checked it out and it only happened a second time when it was the same situation otherwise the brakes were fine you were in real stop and go traffic literally stopping and going yes what how long but before that you would bidding highspeed traffic no not really hardly traffic lights probably for about forty five minutes yeah what happened is the brake fluid boiled and i'm trying to figure out why haven't figured out yet i'm i figure if i keep talking my brother will figure it out i he's letting me down well i shouldn't have it shouldn't have and i think it's because i might as well get us and get us into thinking neck right out i'm gonna stick my neck right out i think it's something to do with the wacko braking system that accurate news my brother apologize otherwise is a great time even though i i suspect i i think my my part of my brother statement is right in this is the second part i find that in my opinion i think the brake fluid maybe boiling and i think it's it's due to the fact that you have a faulty power brake booster no i don't think so yes and i'll tell you why stuck caliber man i don't think so or you know i think the booster staying on repeated application of the brakes in an ordinarily you drive the car you probably don't step on the brakes more than a few times in a given day but when you're stuck in this traffic you're going to hold off on going stopping going stopping going stopping if you're stuck caliber it would be stuck it would stay stock it would be getting worse and worse and worse every day for the reason that you're friend couldn't find anything wrong with that caliber wasn't 'cause you stuck caliber now the booster has his friends and do this we try to shut up my my constantly it's it's just one way down his throat not remotes which looks like there's a lego but why would repeated application clause the booster stay on well i i don't i haven't worked on that one hoping you were gonna shut me up so ask you that question no that's not the problem is either in the booster all the mattress only and i'm gonna suggest and it's very easy a friend to figure it out first of all he has got to reproduce the symptoms and he's gonna reproduce it by pumping the brake pedal several hundred times with the car on the left at which point he's probably gonna notice that morning one wheel is stuck if it's just one it could be something as simple as they as they stuck a or constricted break hose tournaments for example the two front wheels a stock on one front one rear you gotta start doing some detective work and the first thing you should do is unbolt the master cylinder from the booster if all of a sudden the problem is fixed the problem is the booster if the problem is fixed and you have to start undoing individual brake lines at the at the wheels see where the problem is but i suspect he's gonna find that it's the booster and i suspect when the pedal was on the floor the courage difficult even moving because the brakes were stuck on i suspect is not true now the brakes when work at all no the brits wouldn't work with the car you field at the car moved as readily when you when you were experiencing this condition yes will well all we want is traumatized like this reality gets distorted dramatically chris was in such a traumatized lauren the gas miles even notice you only other thing is my wife within the car in her nails were dug in the back of my neck so that could be too well i mean i think that's pretty much eliminates the brake booster no it doesn't eliminate the break boosted their because i think he is distorted reality have you makes you know if he can't for good measure replace the master cylinder okay think so i have another minor problem sure go ahead what the heck 'em okay i'm in my car i leave i don't drive in for a couple of days i get back in the crowd you have an all the cassettes are mysteriously out of the case they're all separated laying laying everywhere the only thing i could figure out is it's my wife and i was wondering if there's something kind of dale carnegie coarser special training for her so a you know she could learn how to put the cassettes back in the cases or maybe a course for me to take care of my animal compulsive behavior years it took me why don't you ask us questions first and more it's much more it's really cares about what if you could kill the brits this is if you get cassettes in the in the case so yeah mckay i didn't marry me person in the world who does i used to do that liberated myself some news about throwing away all the case i i think i'm going through this anal compulsive stage of my life i have been cleaning out my garage for about two months now and i spent this past weekend building device so i can hang scrap wood from the raft which you should have brought out ten years ago my father had a rejection because i used the scrap would build build a device father suggested the of a more efficient methodist leading on his garage involve the gallon gas matt anyway chris good luck with your car good luck with you're tapes thank you very much he hated player i haven't i well it's happened again you waste another perfectly good are listening to car talk our steamed producer is doug the subway fugitive not a slave the fashioned bongo boy berman our associate producer david the cavs bellville green and catherine from book out web lackeys ugly old grey mayor assisted by connie bridgford our theme music is by david dog richmond and our 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Episode 22: Behavioral Economics in Games with a Special Guest

Board Game Impact

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Episode 22: Behavioral Economics in Games with a Special Guest

"In today's episode a board game impact i have a really special treat for you in which we bring on ainu guest wall josh's away for this episode but i think you're really gonna enjoy learning about some behavioral economics in gaming as well some really cool games stay tuned welcomed the board game impact my name is bruce brown in a board game impact will we seek to do is combined are passion for education enter education literal education to with are amazing board game hobby in this great hobby that we'll be a part of my doing doing that were able to do is were able to dissect experiences that were having that way we can educate you on them so that way you can have in for information to make meaningful decisions will benefit you and your gaming group now that sounds like something of interest you do make sure click that subscribe button as well as checkout checkout are platforms on facebook and instagram but if you really wanna know the behind the scenes of how this goes on hop on over the patriots on ice if you go to patriot dot com slash board game impact you could find out on their i've been personally making little videos about some really cool updates one of the ones i just did out there to the patrons first was learning that we are now available on iheartradio so if you have any smart device in your house that had a alexa or i heart radio installs if you like listening to the radio working you're doing it through i heart radio you could now just search board game impact and are patrons were able to hear about that first but those patrons there so phenomenal phenomenal because they're literally is the support that help make this show reality not enough about that stuff today we have a really cool thing going on so sadly if you're a longtime listener you know josh has been on the show for a bunch of episodes he is still around but for this episode he's been doing a lot of traveling around the country i'm talking at least four five states in a week and a half so kudos josh and also him getting to recalibrate after all of these things listeners don't don't worry he's not gone he's coming back but i thought it'd be really cool to bring somebody else onto this podcast for today because why not here from two different perspectives answer this individual isn't amazing individual that i got the chance to meet eat at board game spring and so with that i'm actually just gonna turn it over to my interview with him so he could learn about him learn how we met and all those cool things but i think you're really gonna get a lot out of this episode so listening all right welcome back listeners i we're just so thankful you can be here today so real quick we do actually have any special guest on the show today in josh will not be joining us today which is really sad but josh and it's it's that time of the season and so and time of year so justice and things going on so with that being said why not have a special guest and the special guest is also someone who i got to meet through this wonderful hobby and he's just has a really great voice i that i think will add a lot to a lot of value to you listeners and i think it's gonna be really fun episode so with that being said i would also like to just introduced germany germany say hi hello everyone goodness bruce thank thank you for that that that really warm in in kind introduction i couldn't have been more up please just nice you at a working spring a an ad especially it'd be joining you this evening and listeners if you're listening to this at the time of this launching this is just after the fourth of july holiday here in the united states and jeremy is actually in the united states armed forces in the air force end just one i also just say thank you for you and your service and everybody else out there who has served her has family who has served as i know it's not just that individual but it's a family affair and so thank you jeremy for all that a hey a thank you i'll i'll send on sending my own thinks a out a i told us service members the soldiers sailors airmen marines a out there fighting are wars and especially grateful bruce that you did mention families because i am it's kind of nice and flattering to be things for one service but if you count my my my wife and my kids i i know you're getting it right so that being said germany like you said you and i got the meat actually board game big spring 'em in a very interesting circumstances actually we met because you bought something from me a so we met a buying a game online from germany you're gonna kind of talk about what that experience was a short absolutely so we connected through d virtual flea market which is eight geek list on working geek dot com where in a willing sellers can offer up games eiter for 'em other for a flat fee purchases or an auction style or what usually happens as a seller will say hey i'd like this much for that game and and somebody makes an offer and they find themselves a making a purchase somewhere in the middle of the way this is done you do all the negotiating on the on the front in through if you're working keep trying and then you show up for one hour during the convention innocent mad dash to find all the games you bought a in in in all the games that you so unless there's actually took a photo during that experience and so i'm gonna be uploading it i'm gonna put it on the website in the show notes for this one so go check that out 'em it was it was insane in a really good way though 'cause you get the meet a lot of people and spread the hobby and so jeremy and i met up 'cause he was buying a game for me that we negotiated beforehand but then we actually got the talking and come to find out you have a pretty cool career what do you do i'm a clinical psychologist in the united states air force in yeah and so i was just thinking that is a really cool perspective and really breaking down those experiences and offering shedding some light on the behavioral interactions with jeremy and i started talking and then we quickly evolved into how about you come on the show because i think this is a meaningful content that could mean a lot for are audience but then you also talked about something else and that is that you're actually just now getting back into the hobby bobby end that for a while you actually moved away from the hobby while you're going to grad school is that correct absolutely so well first of all i'll tell you that on that it wasn't a wasn't really by choice that that i wasn't very active a in the hobby if if i'd had my way there wouldn't have been any sort of break but a in in two thousand twelve a is when i first began board gaining more regularly that win a board game tiki user a red word introduced me to a dominion a and and and i wish i i wish i was just smitten 'cause i played settlers and munchkin an end bonanza the being harming game before but but but this is something else entirely it reminded me of plane magic the gathering in fact what you talked about on on the last episode a whiskey exception that i didn't have to the heavily invested like it just you know get get playing the game well a way back then that kind of all he's playing until i went to a smaller regional gaining kahn which is gained con in memphis they were hosting it dominion tournament so i thought i would show up and kind of 'em let's see what was going on without end up winning a matter of fact i i wonder next annual congressional well we have an award winner and her presence y'all short but with a where i met people playing a a number of different games into his more exposed to be community of war gaming amy than necessarily just the game that my friends and i were playing a back then i i was playing a number of social deduction games and they were they were pretty hot at the time and that's what my friends in the holiday replaying so we play resistance adeline in some times out battle star galactica i'm a very i figured that when we get some kind of action lutely absolutely are you a tile on a disney desk i'm i'm austin silo okay and there were the number one on a two rooms in a boom if you know that game yeah so so i used to play test to revisit a boom without a board game peak user no limit please we playing it for a couple of years before it was released actually that is the game actually in my collection that i hold onto because it has an interesting thing of playing from eight players still like thirty six which is insane and so when i work with college students it's actually pretty perfect to take out the classes oh absolutely correct that i'm sure would be incredible for that a firm that you know sometimes i do at west 'em with you search like at church 'em but i guess finishing a kind of what what what happened for me i i was playing teams a tablet builders innovation corridor on still some of my absolute favorite over the next couple of years starting to try out some some heavier games to a an and i was going back to back to grad school of for the second time this time a the clinical psychology phd while i was cheering that on my my first child was born my son he he he's now a five and a half so oh oh yeah if you if you can't date back to that time period you know i'm spending time at home with my my wife and i and my son she's not really wanting me to to go out to these gaming meet ups anymore without even if other people's homes or you even even at stores in this changed a bit at one one of the reasons is my son got old enough to play some games when when when he was three we certainly broke out a animal upon animal and mons a and a what is he love now race for the treasure and now he's fighter plane magic is but that's kind of coming back around but what i would say really really changed is i i started finding games that my wife liked and when when we made made it that work let's say two three years ago then she's been much more willing to let me do something like cocoa to a a pg spring and see what you did there so what is what is my wife into yeah she likes a fully kellogg games i'm i'm hit or miss on whether fully pillow up is is exactly what i'm wanting scott is i do enjoy a competitive edge ahead but it's very much like doing it with her and i also really enjoy be a legacy type games so a before bg we played identically season one would ask yeah it's like all right in that sweet spot yeah that's right and and we lost lost twice so if you're familiar with really impressive actually yeah it's all about the game of so the game a pencil neck like a season one is a derivative of pandemic so you're basically playing these standard gain endemic except some stuff happens and i will tell you know spoiler to no spoilers but but stuff happens over the course of an endgame here and so each month a it's in quotation each month you're a you're playing a one scenario and you have two shots to to win so if you win first time you go the next month if you lose you play again if you lose twice who's going next month so you end up playing twelve twenty four games well the the issue is that there is eight difficulty correction mechanism where if you win too much the game just gets harder and harder on in so to say that we lost twice i understand it's kind of unusual it is but that would have gone real hard for you real quick then it's really hard 'em now in nc now were doing the same season to we're in september we just lost her second game in in for non spoiler reasons i can't say what happened but a pandemic season two is not exactly pendant mc it's a it's an exploration game where you're also playing pandemic a an and i got a little over zealous is far as what we could get john secular scenario yeah there's a lot going on in season to that's a lot different because you're actually like adding we know in these games listeners if you haven't played these ones you're actually adding stickers or or things to the board that changed the game state from then on until something else happens so yeah if you're trying to do a lot that could that escalate real quick thanks for that clarification bruce on appreciate it i guess some of what i notice as coming back to the hobby is there's a lot that i missed that people take for granted that i know that i know what magic mazes that i have that i know why some people like us oil in some people don't based on different degrees of is it or is it not hate drafting listen i used to play a role in rights when when i was a kid but apparently there with this whole rolling right standing up and and i'm a i'm quite taken with gone sean clever but i didn't even realize what a bunch of awards you know yeah and johnson clever i mean i am addicted tv app for that 'cause i tried forever together from germany i'm glad stronghold games in indie game studios finally bringing it as well dot belts gone as well as bricks of two i'm i'm addicted those games were wolfgang wars just to let you know that i would take to integrate like if i like gunshot clever and lifestyle supplier which i'm presuming is the same thing but harder yeah but it also has a pink die what's the paint how do tiger so real real quick listeners a gun some clever is they rolling right game in which you roll the dice you pick one of those die and depending on how many pips showings if you pick the one that's just three everything with less than three goes on this like literal silver platter an you have this little player board that you're writing on most people end up printing it out and then laminating it so they don't after using a separate sheets of paper just wipe it off every time and they're marking things often depending on what you mark off you get different points there's one that just it's like straight number there's another one where you have to have the neck at least a number of higher m v dot belt clever actually has the numbers we have to work down with the penguin i believe is you work down from six to one and then it resets back to six but it uses the same rules that where if you take a high number you eliminate all these other ones and have the put among the silver platter and you can't choose off the silver platter so limited it's so much tighter yeah bruce what i what i love the most about of war gaming up speaking from my personal experience is a making meaningful decisions and what i love the second most about four games just just personally a is their ability to expand your mind perspective and i'm really confused right now but it it exciting way but i want to explore yeah absolutely absolutely and like i said let's just coming out 'em it's about the hit the streets safer stronghold in indie game studio so check that out but there's also an application you could download on iowa's or android devices is well i guess around things out on the whole yeah what what about title away from from from games coming back on i talked about a starting with stunt men and i missed the game that i really really liked which is mystic fail to right which is eight so so dominion a deck building game and the mystic bail i learned at bg find a is eight deck crafting game so using a sleeve mechanic you actually as you're building near deck changed what you're according to do and how information is on in a setting that i want to explore more yeah so listeners if you've ever had like those high school report cards that you slip into the binders is that kind of thing but like a terrible size card with three sections and you could add different front powers in so it's a really cool and clever mechanism her just don't leave it out in the heat out a careful it i don't leave it in direct sun pretty long 'cause i have seen a picture of that and so just be careful keep it in air conditioning keep it in not outside side but so that's really cool so you had dominion you had mystic vail you had already played some role in right since you're coming back in with it just like getting hit with a soon nami of like whoa like a whole new world like aladdin in style like what would like how would you describe it a i felt really felt very comfortable for me because when it came into the hobby the first time i was trying to consume all of this this big website called of working keep dot com and i was trying to learn about currency as far as what is this thing called hot mess and how did how did the national kind of hot does really at all to what my friends and my group were doing an end so this time it was more like i kind of know what i'm looking for and also i don't need to be a quite quiet is concerned with with what's new or even what hot because well from for five years that i was awake people are still playing something there's a good chance it's good so that's kind of where i spent my time with what are people talking about whether they still play i would have played acting yeah absolutely and i'm also in that same mindset of don't get me wrong as a podcast her i'm also trying to stay in play all of that many of the hotness games as i can because let's find the new cool things plus i really enjoy that but also let's go back to these oldies but goodies there is phenomenal games and let's not a let's not sweep under the rug you're just move on and that's what we try and do and pulling in some different games and actually so transitioning a little bit germany sure that being said what's the game you've been playing recently 'em well i suppose it depends on if we wanna say game i've been playing hotness or something that's a bit of a throwback i'll start with one if you wanna give her the other 'em be absolute game of the colon well the games at the con as we know where tiny towns in wingspan absolutely the game of the con for me a was western legends a yes this sandbox games thing happened an end so listeners a western legend is eight fairly big box game where if you if there's something that people used to do and they were outlaws in the wild west you could basically in this game a you can rob the bank you can mind for gold you can steal cattle you can be an outlaw you can young marshall a and it's it's played in such a way where if you wanted it to be a pickup and delivery it could if you wanted it to be a point grab it could but what i loved about whether it's a hybrid this is dave point and radin best strategy wins go to look into europe game and so after having much debate with myself about a how much it cost on amazon i realized i grabbed one of the last six a shrink copies in the first printing and then the which which were gonna get to later i think could could the price skyrocketed but i've been with my parents with my wife with my friends with my don't play games friends who've been playing western legend oh that's phenomenal phenomenal into listeners there's another cool thing about this a game like this western legends of the game they actually hit the table a lot from i gave me group here we just haven't gotten around talking about it yet so like here now on it also comes with a deck of cards and it's literally a deck of cards like 'cause you've literally if you want to go walk new and old west saloon and play poker at the table yeah you stop everything else going on in the game and you play a hand up tech kind of hybrid texas holden poker 'em it's really really fun you could do all those different things and so yeah western legends phenomenal it's really great to hear that you're able to get that to the table with non gamers all i've been able to play with people who are gamers and so the pickup and delivery mechanics and those kind of things they kinda get how is it introducing all of those layers sure sure well i suppose i didn't spend as much time on the mechanics of it because if i was like hey there's nine different things you can do any of them i i think that might have been a bit of overwhelming it was more like a with my mother who who who i think like you is on it is isn't educator it was like hey look if if you wanna be jesse james calamity jane and learn about who they were in the west you can be them and you you can't you can't what kind of learn something here a an and also the the idea of yes you could play poker over the game and it's so much fun to do that to to have a medic game it i guess it's more than an inch for a game if you wanna get really creepy about it but it's a half game over the game that's happening but also how poker carter how you fight have motorcars how you how how they're also currency basically so so we introduced it more on were kind of like that she does you wanna get in half of course absolutely and that's a really great idea let's find be of course thing that they can kind of rally around but then expand from there right if they choose to do something then deacon parcel out those rules and so jeremy we've talked about a couple of games have been playing we talked about some experiences with layering knowledge and things like that but you actually suggested a really cool topic for this episode that i think are listeners are gonna really enjoy and make them really consider what things are going on for them and motivating them and some decision making so i'm gonna let you kind of introduce the topic and then what kind of go back and forth off of these little bullet points here right sure thanks very much bruce a well i i appreciate you letting me do something a little bit in my wheelhouse a distant be the hate journal economics of buying and selling board games and mostly used for games and so i i've got a couple of problems for for us to consider in you know perhaps we can't even talk about how these really the us her what we might do it looked at it in a by phil situation cool all right so the first one has to do with buying it is making purchases doodo perceives scarcity so here's a for instance for me a i i just noticed that at i pulled the trigger on a western legend sweat it was a sixty three dollars on amazon which given its market value it is it is an absolute steal a right now it's hundred end a twenty four dollars on tv and you can't buy it from a retailer a anywhere maybe you're for their local game store the special or i'm not sure but what convinced me go ahead and make the purchase was i could it was running out of even though the price was good as far as game called inequality it was just more then i wanna just an amazing example i think people are gonna be familiar with you've been listening to this podcast is wingspan absolutely a so you you may remember that until recently wingspan what's going for typically a hundred dollars and this is a game that i believe was introduced with the msrp of a sixty so so i don't hundred dollars it had been printed 'em it's hard to count two or three times about two and a half times of it that it had been printed but every time there were there were print run it with the shortland ten thousand copies typically and did they were all gone it's gone before they even episodes yeah exactly and so they were being flipped on you but they'd had printed it can answer the price went down to eighty like which is still on still above and i wonder how many people are buying just because they see it before it's gone yeah so that happened while i was at bg con actually so i besides were selling individual flea market i sold a couple of games they also brought to the bizarre which is another hour of selling and people are walking around were gonna touch on that here in a minute probably a but the table next to me had eight opened in used copy of wingspan on the table and they just slapped in eighty dollars on their which is twenty dollars above msrp free used the game anything new game that's constantly coming out yeah so it was gone in like two minutes so right absolutely of course it was on and you know i said ted perceived scarcity wingspan is kind of an interesting one because it's almost a market perception became reality the perception of scarcity it's so low where people are buying another actual scarcity right of these games yeah absolutely so that wasn't used game but it's being printed like there's a lot coming out in germany stag myers very transparent about that you could sign up for his noon newsletter on stone meyer games website he's telling you when the new print runs are coming out and so listeners if you wanna get your hands on wingspan there's more coming you don't need to have to get it in these different ways because there's more coming unless you absolutely want it i heard the highest price that's gone for wingspan so far it's been about a thousand dollars on each day a bruce you only reason i'm not ceaseless this podcast and making myself talk yeah there's a now don't get me wrong the game is phenomenal like you said it was pretty much a game of the convention the components are really cool comes with the dice tower comes of game trays hundred and seventy some odd different cards of different bird art it's a phenomenally done but you there's more common there's more coming so it's perceived scarcity you won't and i think this even up till it's a discussion of how do you judge the market and how do you judge relatives worse in the first place so so so you mentioned a component and beauty and goodness they are they're they're they raw quality just to the product that you're getting in a wingspan but what's most valuable about it and i think they would say this about most games that we love is the design of the full games including its mechanics including us are in in in greeley as a full package mhm so if you if you are familiar at all with what games are sold for in and you were trying to do kind of a relative causton allison wingspan if you say is it sixty dollars any really hard to argue that it's not right but you get into eighty hundred it becomes much more difficult to make that determination mhm in yeah i completely agree really goes into all of the different aspects and really how is pulled together know what that equation is i don't know some people have called the x factor some people have just said while factor or staying presence but you're right as the number gets higher there's you might question it a little bit more 'em i know for me hey can i tell that this is a a a passion project and so elisabeth hargraves the designer of wingspan she poured it all out for this game they rigged in germany sec meyer being jeremy segment really went through it with a fine tooth comb and made it a really great experience that's really solid for the components for the rules and house things back together the quality of the lynn literal linen rule book is phenomenal but it's not just the quality of the materials 'cause they look great but suck right but there are there are some beautiful games that are not my favorite exactly exactly and were not gonna get into those kind of things but this is not one of those things it's when it has both it's a knock it out of the park 'cause here's the deal it could also not look the greatest leaving listening to the podcast like food chain magnates by spotter can be considered pretty ugly the components of the border these little tiles that are very very grid and there's not much going on there but the art on the cards is really nice it's like nineteen fifties diner 'cause that's the theme of the game so it's those old kind of motivational poster people um you see these songs like old means but the game is phenomenal and so that really outweighs the other stuff making it really stand out in my opinion but the scarcity of that to their cause us ninety dollar game oh my goodness i've been looking at my collection the other day and i was counting how many hundred dollar games do i have a and a listeners might my personal collection by board gaming standards would be small i think i believe counting expansions i have seventy so whole games it's just over fifty and i don't six games that the market declares the hundred dollars or more in that had me thinking about this next kind of a economical piece which is what about purchasing promos and expansions versus taking that same kind of a dollar amount an invite a whole game and i'll give you some examples you're the first one would be remember when i came into the hobby i was playing dominion so i loved getting the bg promo card thought it was the coolest thing and by the way we be life e g g and you probably should buy their things but but the five the promo part is five bucks an f i spend five bucks six times which i did i could've bought a whole nother game mhm and the same the same can be said for expansion these days really careful about the twenty dollar expansion is to put in our stations could be one whole game yeah and you got that first thing of what is it look like when you're buying a promo right for a couple of bucks and then also just buying that expansion vs buying a whole nother game right and so let's kind of break those that were first talk about the promo experience you bought a couple of versions of that same bg promo right for five dollars a piece as right yep i which you need several of them in there were different different promos is well a but that being said i have seen a little bit with that too and it just adds something else a field of this fire is not considering what balance issues mike this president right oh that that's really intriguing bruce a now the the promo is austin just on just a little bit of ice to be original game but i do remember member getting some of those very first a bg promos fruit for power grid for instance an they they release through off want players were trying to get a in the bidding works power is mainly a big game in addition to a you green building a wall but yeah so i was just thinking about that so it's like it's one thing of looking into experience that it might create right so i really love supporting bg 'em i love supporting different content creators i know they work with a lot of different publishers get some promos made but hey that costa that promo is it worth me doing that instead of just getting a new game by put these from us together or is that one little thing gonna really make the game that much more balanced orange gonna throw it off because it could take something you like an make it adds something that might change the dynamic a little bit like you were talking about with power bread or enhance it and give more of what you like is a no no no that's really astute bruce i think in in were talking about promos but the argument lands more for me for expansions okay and i'll i'll give you a bit of an example on my my favorite game dating back to when i was in the hobby the first time a is is really innovation which is eight eight have blow builder a it's kind of a eight an area control without overboard and on my friends i typically play had had those clips for it's a card game first expansion innovation was echoes of the past it introduced some really cool new dynamics is far as when you drop cards what you can do it in a we saw it it open the game up in the base game by itself is very strong with the past different experience so to really solid experiences but not a balanced ships a in an expansion if you will a change a we have these other three expansions as well a an end in our opinion of the varying degrees of what they do the game as far as enhance it or change it but but there is one okay go ahead and say it's the last expansion released on the the artifacts in the sand and expansion which if i didn't get it in the deluxe box a i i think i would've left it 'cause i think it ended up in a ditch a making so let's just existing strategy work right anymore yeah end so something a little bit opposite that though is everything that's been going on with her forming mars mars is they a card drafting afternoon game and then you're building an engine in front of you to colonize antero form mars and so you're trying to raise yok didn't raise the heat etc and put down plants and oceans it's really really fun a really cool the bills you're engine in feel good with that my favorite saver card and the game is this one little pet scarred that's like a little fluffy dog love dogs but they've had a bunch of expansions over the last couple of years because territory mars was nominated for the kenner spiel blew up on the world stage and then has sold a strong gains considered deserves it eight of what's called the evergreens that's gonna just keep producing and keep being sold 'cause that's what it is but they've had be hell us in the leasing board added they've had prelude they've had colonies they just did kickstarter further next one a which also added finally a recess player boards but it kept adding layers and layers and layers and now people will not play it like my gamer friends they will not play without everything so it's not like a piecemeal but that is because every expansion they've added to it has made the game that much tighter and better oh no that's clay streamers i mean yeah good at what she from extensions right right i'll give me more of the thing i like but also by introducing other flavors yes absolutely but it has me thinking of again you say okay we had the opposite thing happened a tear forming march kick so so my player group won't play without everything now if that speed attitude or the mets game of of of your group listers i think this gets into to do you look at buying games piecemeal to attain this ultimate game or do you do you wanna buy a game that is really a whole game in a box which i think is why some people were upset the glue peyton hadn't expansion right right and so here's the thing though we didn't start with everything we started by waiting into the water similar to the conversation we had earlier right and so they didn't intentional choice by layering it in the way they did it with all actually new expansions it wasn't original content that was cut out to make the base game that's not how that works but here's the struggle that i think we need a lean into it and it's the same thing that people find when you go to a wine island the grocery store the same issue and that is i don't know what's gonna be in this bottle i don't know what's gonna be in this box how do i know if this is gonna be something meaningful from my group it it it certainly can and i mean you're talking about something that experience so as you know you do something like listen to podcasts like this one you ever again review of someone you trust but but this has me thinking about another one of the items we we consider at which is a if you valuing games by their actual cost kind of over over there amount of play so on the board game user on red word he told me about an algorithm that he uses where when every purchase this game board expansion right the cover we were talking about whatever every purchase is a game is looking at how much it cost and how much clock time that that game is getting in the way he does it although it's kind of arbitrary is is if a game does it does it before the ten dollar an hour mark he's gonna end up selling kind of on the ground that well i you know i could have gone to a movie for that much yeah so you buy a twenty dollar expansion right and you play with four people once it's five dollars is five dollar experience at the end you know what i bought this expansion let somebody else in the game group develop a good group of friends where it kinda rotates around who is adding content for the meaningful so it kinda balances out don't have all that'd be on one person just gonna incurred that 'em but if you bring in a second time you know played it with eight and so now is only costs of two dollars and fifty cents a person that's kind of how that works listeners oh excellent that's that's absolutely and and so for our what we were saying about hey is this gonna be a meaningful experience right when you've broken the costs down like that if it's a if it's meaningful to all of you as hey wonderful it's just what what you want it and then if it's not well you know that's why they're selling working play more yeah and so here's the thing and just go to this and that was part of all the virtual flea markets stuff was hey these games are really good it's it's just not getting to the table for me it's not getting to the table firm gaming group and dust i just wanna get it out there to other people and so i'm gonna bring up a point that you brought up down here and that is looking up like selling things so they're gonna pivot a little bit selling things far less than there actually worth right i'm just so for me that was let's just get this to other people so they can experience it but also release the burden of me selling it is kind of a win win if that makes sense on it does know bruce a said the we met a as as he told me something in an and that's true end of i really wanna test ask him about that at the time i love to hear you traded more about it but i mean we can be playing so i bought a snow white johnstone lightning game a from bruce anti had it listed at one price which is far less than what it was worth from from a market perspective and then i asked him what he would he go lower evens that he was happy to do that which surprised me i like what you're process absolutely so this game has had phenomenal review so it's this no way gemstone mining game it has a lot of cool things going on actually sold at nyu in shrink so i hadn't even played it myself my copy at least 'em in so where that came from from me is i've had a lot of games and my collection and we have my wife and i have really been going of is it bringing joy so we went the con mari method so if you haven't watched it on netflix the tightening up just let the listeners know andy with that with that we said okay let's tackle the game room and i looked at it and it said this game is sparking joy it's i know it's gonna be a fun experience and my wife wife loves and i both love disney things but at the end of the day i know that this could get more value with someone else and i actually didn't have to purchase that game just gonna be fully transparent i won that game by competing at a trivia contest at board game convention last fall so myself and three of her friends and we made it seem are game or team nameless tigris and you're mama instead of tigris and you're a an we one sponsored by usa opoly and we all one we took top prize against some notable game designers i might add a and we had each got eight pile of games from usa opoly in that was included in that and so that being said it didn't cost anything for me i also have this thing for really just this great experience i gotta have the trivia in i just want it to go to a good home that's where all that came in his first of all i think rats you're on your big win thank you a notable game designers that that shall not be named they will not name some games they have made in this podcast today yeah well and i thought about a our are meeting bruce and you know you're you're talking about wanting the games to to go to good homes in a very much skip this stealing of authenticity from you i told you my intent to give that game to to my son her for his next next birthday end because they know what you think about this hobby and the people who play it like i know it matters to you that's gonna sparked joy in in my household so really grateful for that in warm i heart listeners is gonna say like hey do you wanna talk about that game they bought off of me in germany is actually like no i'm actually holding it for a couple of months the give is like a present and so like that warm extra hartselle like not only not only did i know is going to good place but then of like like the cream of the crop so like good people germany germany is good people thinking yeah for well that's that's kind of you're bruce and and you know who while we were being nice to each other a maybe we can talk about some other yes behavioral economics because i i i'll admit to you and i've told you this before that that i am not opposed to making a profit when it's only a matter of fact i i i read wants to do that so for instance and if we're at the the the board game peak bizarre which isn't like the virtual flea market this is like you show up and you and you have a table and you you put her games on display in new price them and generally speaking you you you handle with people about about what they're gonna get no on knowing what i know about human behavior in purchasing decisions i i know that a people 'em sellers who don't have the benefit of checking the market like amazon prime or each day or the geek market or gonna have to rely on ristic's or rule system to make their decision on whether they byron on and those things kind of go like this a something in a little box is probably worth five bucks something in a medium size box is probably ten fifteen something in a large box is probably thirty or maybe more if it's a really well known game but if it's a really well known game you don't really have to use a rule of thumb so it doesn't apply in quite the same way if an the person thinks probably thinks hey i want the best deal that that i can get on that and i could probably get a best deal if if i asked you have a little bit and so you know frankly as you might expect numbers these are sometimes the seller like i got taken an end let something go for for a less then i then i really wanted to but austin i was able to price something hired that i was i was expected get 'em for it and 'em thinking that okay that perhaps when they handle all get justice what i'm looking for what i think actual relative market is here i sometimes i was really kind of taken aback like ooh you wanna stay that much of this game because they price it that way like while okay yeah that's the thing in definitely like i told you i was selling games where i've also done any other side and we've been buying games of that so typically people will sometimes price it up a little bit the smart ones and then when you're going around about halfway through they might take a couple of dollars off and then it gets closer very indicative take a couple of dollars off but it's a negotiation but that really plays into another thing that i have read about out and maybe you can speak to this but that is fans on pricing that that is absolutely phantom freising versus you know i'll i'll let you correct me actually but but i'm thinking about dd idea where the price is actually based on the relative market quality of the game or even deep actual experience the quality of the game of the price is based on appearance the setting in which is it's a it's being sold any expectation that the sticker price itself is basically false threats is if you'd like when you go to buy a car you can imagine that you're spending base in the kind of cardi by five hundred it perhaps even three thousand dollars left in the secret service yes and so that's exactly what it is but it can go absolutely for the board games are and so the phantom pricing in a nutshell is if i am selling you something an i didn't list price and you meanwhile how much do you want for it i could say well let's say the games worth fifty i could say you know this really should go for eighty but i'm willing to go seventy i can't hear the eighty you've heard eighty and so that is stuck in so any leverage i get from their kind of sways it to my favor now you can also try opposite where if i have a game listed at the bizarre and there's a sticker price it's on it i could say you know i really really only wanna go about twentyfour that game that's fifty meanwhile i'm comfortable spending forty but you don't know that but you heard me say twenty and so it's gonna kind of leverage things in one way or the other now it's really hard on tour yeah i i do know this but i know under under another name i've heard this one called a door in the face that's what it's like you hit somebody so hard that when they back off you're like oh okay i'll just created says no no no no by the way a while they were talking about hey hey perhaps i'm a good person even though and i make a profit i i do not condoning you don't want anybody out there to actually be deceptive and if you think that would that would write a wrong thing it is you say you know what am i willing to pay for it and and you're treacherous twenty but the person says well you take eighteen if you do that that's a fully different things then again that's actually worth fifties were dating right exactly exactly so this is the community were better were all like let's have the tide rise all of the ships 'em but yes this is i think this is a real real thing and it's it's interesting to watch it happen 'cause it totally does totally does now i told to 'em about flipping games inside of the convention and i and i didn't do that i'll give you i'll give you an example of an end why my conscience with okay with that but still pretty judge me if you'd like at a at the bizarre i i picked up a copy of space could as a used copy for a pretend dollars that was really excited to play and i still haven't unfortunately but i i walk around the bizarre and i saw that another copy with their twentyfive and i thought will home the market the market just changed yoga is no longer ten dollars the workers at twentyfive so if i'm if i resell it for twenty which which is in fact what i did why why my conscience is okay with that is if i left there what states could as 'cause nobody bought it has got a great game for ten bucks right and so the here's the thing that's just doing your homework on what the market is willing to bear a if that makes sense in so it's not that i looked did all the amazon prices and this one person was trying to get this ridiculous price on either way or something like that but if that is what's being shown in multiple outlets that's completely fair and i actually did that whip hero quest my first time going to be g g i bought hero questioned the bizarre and a there is no price listed on it or anything and this is just it's like really coming back and i know the as a huge perceived value right but people were still able to find it for like five bucks at i sold it so many times right but here's the thing i i i didn't want to have to go through all of that and so this is also a perceived win right a perceived flip i just flat out offered him what i thought was fair based on what the market was it was significantly higher than that but not too high where's it's a fair point and we didn't even need to haggle is just like no that's just a fair offer and so i think if you're really also know the market you can go into these things and just give a fair offer and most people are willing to go with that i think there there is something about when you're when you're inside the board gaming community i think that happens more often than not you're talking about a bizarre eve even at a bg con it's you're you're looking at people who have have done less of that homework and have less understanding of of of relative market costs but when were inside are are are own community i generally think people are just not trying to each other oh yeah good this is going back to summer camp were gonna see him again but it's cool 'cause you don't really have access to really look stuff up you're in this confined space it's only so long so it's really fun experience if you can go out and experience that a but just for the sake of time what would be another one another topic within this buying and selling but you think our listeners really hear about well i wanna ask know about about one more a i i don't even know if it's fighter sound like it's more like or like not so sure like is there life or their games you keep just because of emotional attachment not because they're monetarily literally valuable 'cause you play the game but you just you just won't ever yeah there are 'em so that's your quest game i know i'm never getting rid of it my wife actually just bought me a set of easels from michael's and and have it on display in my game room and some other games i have the games that i played growing up now do i austin plays her chico risk a risk no i don't but i have these two games they were the barnes and noble wooden box additions with all wouldn't component so looks like a box a game not a game it looks like a book on the shelf those games on half of the rest of my life the the version of backgammon that my mom bought me 'cause we grew up playing backgammon together i'll always have that i do have some really cool old versions of monopoly to now do i play monopoly often no also because my wife says i'm a different person when i play that game that's a whole nother conversation that not all right now but i do have those games i know i'm never gonna sell in for another game that's a more recent example like star wars rebellion on that game i've gotten so much play out of it but i've made so many memories along the way as well that i know i'm gonna hang onto that game i've also blended out like crazy with acrylics dandies in all sorts of other stuff that game means a lot to me both emotionally as well as just really good thing to look at and and just remember some of those experiences thanks bruce it's it's enriching to hear your story of how how you real life is is it instantly reflected in your game collection it is you know i have have some of those two but but but really just just share one in the gym and in 'em so when i was growing up life and my uncle favorite game which rail baron which is oh somebody sort of rail i have real burned yes absolutely which i was going over the lifter case yeah yeah let them know what it is is they railroad game from nineteen seventy seventy all adeline hill a style and as i say my my uncle sabres game well he did it like the play so much with with children who were growing up so right a pacifist getting old enough that uncle ridgewood played rail there well i i would the oldest of the cousin there were like nine of us and my brother with the youngest and every time he would get a little bit older kind of the the threshold for entered a play real download rise on a little bit in here's where it saddens will go ahead and disclaimer that my father tried to track the game down for four years and he actually wrapped it up who's gonna give it to my brother on for christmas and and then my brother he ended up dying a six days before christmas and things down and a half years i'm so sorry for the loss a knicks fan i i you know we we know each other so that means yeah yeah no that that's not easy in my condolences to you and your family no matter how long time it's not gonna be there maddow so you were able to track down a copy and so well and so i got my brothers coffee my dad right oh i got i got is present to an end so he did being inside of the topic that were doing a here's this game that is probably valued about a hundred and forty dollars something like that and have a hang on to be two hundred but i'm never gonna and that is just sell it right 'cause you know how i acquired right absolutely and that's no one could explain that like if someone who's just to see that box they would have no idea right but if you see that it has a completely different meaning and i think that's also something that's just something good for us to remember and that is just 'cause we see a game on the table does not mean that the same opinion about that game is gonna be had by other people as well as these experiences that come along with it so when somebody is like telling you about a game or something like that they might have some deep seated reasons for liking the game as well in just giving them that grace and giving them the respect in all of this to i think is a good thing that we can all remember from time to time thanks for letting me share that bruce without without without warning you that that that i was gonna do that on but a advertising you're not on a lot of every dollar lottery talking about this and thank you for being able to talk about that that really means a lot 'em but i know there's a lot of other topics that a lot of other behavioral economics that we didn't get to but in all of this water just some ideas or tips just declined a closed this out but you think listeners and gamers should just know as they're approaching these different topics based on your background short well if you're if you're buying or selling a understanding the market is really her best friend in so if you've going on amazon andy bay at ended a geek market you're gonna have more knowledge probably than anybody else on that that you're involved in an remember that you're enemy is is relying on she ristic's or you're you're fat thinking or you're in tuition an that you're friend is doing you're slow thinking so if you're convinced that you were going to buy a game then if you can at all health it you want to wait a few days to to make that purchase to make sure that you continue to want it to you that on a in if you're wanting to a sell a game then released speed is your friend in the more you can you can have other people rely on the same ristic's you don't want to yeah and i'll throw in something else it actually helped me navigate it as well and that is if you know you're going into that kind of environment we're gonna have these pressures and you're gonna have these impulse triggers maybe have a friend with you walk around with you and kind of be you're real rationale or if they need the whole money that can be a thing to but the other thing is to make yourself a list make yourself the list of the games you're looking like if i find these things this is what i'm reasonably willing to spend a kind of set those capacities so these before you even enter the space because you know you're gonna be on the lookout for games and if there's some of that you've always wanted the have make that list 'cause i guarantee you might see it at least one of them and that happened for me the first time i walked in that space immediately saw here a classroom across the room and then i had to quickly do the mental gymnastics to figure out what is a reasonable price just say right now i was sweating and it was all the things but but this is just really really helpful information for the listeners but also helps says evaluate other things as well in life i think at this kind of ubiquitous not just the gaming but other things in life and that is things that have meaning for you price might not be indicative of what that meeting is behind it also some of us may have more access and things like that and maybe you don't have to think is hard about how much the game's going for but also relies on both ends that somebody else might end that both of those things are not wrong but they're just they're different experiences and this is the community about coming together no matter who we are things like that and i talked about this in the last episode but i just love the fact mississippi rodney smith 'em in that is that games how often in any other situation in life can we come together learn something together but operated by the same rules set and so by having some of this knowledge you have the same rule set as a person who selling or the person who's buying anta kind of leverage that fur better community over also take all this but using it for good jeremy i work tober pretty much up on time most curious do you have any closing thoughts further listeners or other things you just like the sure there is one more thing so on board game geek my user name is bone for life and i know that sounds weird and i get a lot of questions about it and some people think that even sounds kind of vulgar and here's what it means thank you witness when i was in high school i was on the line and the drovers we called herself the phones and a i in junior high i i watched the world championship wrestling and then the n w obits around back in those days and they always said that they were for life and they would spell it like the number for an l y s so i was bonus loan for life a windy internet came around a as at twenty years later it's it's kind of different but i'm still alive yeah nbd does this thing you can't edit you're out you're user name at all if it's any consolation elation my first a first email account with t g i f something something something in so i was there with you it's just luckily mine that's been able to fade but bg that thing is locked in right but thank you for giving being the information listeners if you listen to the last episode you know i had some trepidation saying of the thank you jeremy for joining us i think this is very useful information listeners i hope you enjoyed this a just wanna just say thank you again germany for for not only this but also just being a great person in hobby in everything that you have also done to help this hobby grow in your experiences and sharing that today but then also everything you and family have done for this country so thank you again for that hey thank uber's thanks for offer what you do for for the hobby in a you you know people thinking in my family for are service and then you just did but but we thank you for your service to this community in in in gonna to grilling did a positive impact for thank you so much jeremy end so with that we're gonna wrap up this episode listeners hope you enjoyed this end germany i can't wait to see you at another convention soon so good luck with everything and i'll see you soon listeners i don't know about you but i just thought that was a great conversation the germany and i just got the have and i just wanna say thank you again germany after being on the show today and also i'm just so thankful we've been able the connectors it's amazing holiday listeners this is gonna be the wrap up of everything so again my name is bruce brown and you can find me on board game as bruce brown thank you so much for listening the board game impact we hope that learning about what experiences were having a are also making a positive impact on you see if you could make an informed informed decision for you and your gaming and you can learn more about the show by going the board game impact dot com we have a topic discussed emails a board game impact at g mail dot com you can follow us on instagram and facebook which are both board game impact and again if you know about are phenomenal patriotic and the people that really make this thing happen in support us support the show going over to patriot dot com slash board game impact and check that out there and check out how you can support the show also if you take a minute and do you rate the show in whatever appier enjoying thank you for those of 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Bitcoin Holds $4,100 While Cardano Runs

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:38 min | 1 year ago

Bitcoin Holds $4,100 While Cardano Runs

"Today's episode is proudly brought to you by try to cops the double bay dot com. Join up for the free biweekly video newsletter with myself my table, keep you up to date on the moves that are in this crypto market now if you want to learn how to make money within the market goes up or down go to try to call dot com. Now. Vitrey to call crypto show talking business influx. Jane? Welcome to the podcast Huckabee a good start to your day. Hey, a couple of things go through quickly. I'm just going to really not run through every news article Dodig just CPAs anything there of any interest, but this huge influx of capital Bod shawna's fit currency. Well, that's interesting. Above that. Nothing really else bit go as custody support for blockchain capitol security taken. That's interesting as well. A step forward in the Kosti issue that we've seen the quite some time. Aucoin market injuries introduces new metrics that crypt a fundamentals. That's going to be interesting. I will have a look at that. I think that's quite. Yeah. That could actually be Kwaku depending on what they've got what they class as fundamentals Kohl's leaders and have a look at that. Another good one largest Swiss online retail now accepts bitcoin Viriam end ripple. Well, that's pretty cool Japan to tighten rules on margin. Trading. On cryptocurrency margin trading. So okay. Why would they change or Totten rules? On margin trading for one market only. It just is beyond me foreign exchange. I can get four hundred to one leverage. If I want to not stopping that in Japan, the just stopping cryptocurrency very very backward thinking, I say that is bang on. It all the details. But that's the way I said, of course, unless there was some exchange offering ridiculous levels of leverage. But anyway, bother the vet cross the no, I think really there that's of interest like I cook. So a pretty positive spin on news over the loss. News sokoll, another comeback and look at the markets. I mean, let's go through and do what we need to do. Which is have a look across what we sing out. The in this market rotten on bitcoin across it's. Point six percent that stands right now sitting roughly scratching a round that forty one hundred area. Now, I do want wanna see push on a wanna sit push on. And do it probably. So probably probably just waiting for that to occur the long. We don't do something with a bit more gusto. The mole likelihood we will see a full in the market. Now, I'm not suggesting that we will see a full. However, I am being very aware that I want to say this continuation of buying run through its Bain, very. Measure say this for a long time. Now when the market has consolidated it has fallen and because we haven't seen that third higher high yet. A really want to say it. So I wanna see the buying comeback in. I wanna see the market push on through and continue on that Boeing saw things. The theory of a half percent sitting in one hundred and forty one dollars and thirty cents in that cradles owned right now. Ails up half a percent, not looking quad is good on the charts. If I'm absolutely honest with you notice Gouda, some of the other trends out, they know his soul, still aluminum. So they have a really good push to the upside. A very good spot on news, and we'll actually Spock consistent buying a by stranded news autumn to the taint comer who was will be remark soft or something like that a big company. They other come up quite heavily today. The the down three point seven seven percent. Still up on what I've been the day before. But down three point seven seven Ripley's up half a percent right now sitting around thirty two cents where it has been sitting for the last month or so likewise, a little bullish candle in the Kreitals on. I'm not a massive fan of that daily trend the moment in terms of not looking to try lot coin right now. But that being said sixty dollars and seventy one cents up point six of a percent bitcoin cash, of course, had a really good run the last few weeks. It's currently down point seven four percent sitting at one hundred sixty three dollars and twenty four cents bonds against the dollar is down one percent right now and again holding around those highs as levels between fifteen forty and sixteen dollars currently sitting at fifteen thirty eight Tron is up point three seven percent at zero point tool. Sorry, two cents. Not a great deal has happened in the last session on Toronto. Not great deal has happened. For the biggest part of the year really on trial, not a huge amount going on. They're the biggest guy for the day is by far cod. Donna in these top ten it's up three point eight four percent. It's looking really really nice. The trend is strong the market looks good. And it is one that I'm store been stalking. Tried for quite some time on fortunately for me for some reason. I don't know what the reason is that the our cradle Cain. Let's set itself up. Loss not that particular candle. Sorry, not loss up before. It was a wonderful looking tried. And I didn't take him. The cradle has plied a perfectly. It's hit multiple levels target. If you take it. But this man wrote he did not get a hold of. Now, you don't catch all the tribes. You do the best you can with what you've got now that you have as well. And I will leave you with that lives in gentlemen, have a fantastic day. I'll speak to again, very soon. Bye for now. The trader called crypto podcast is hosted by Craig called ultra-cold courses products and tools can be found at trader kkob dot com because experience met is.

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The Best Investment Writing Volume 4: Martin Tarlie, GMO - Is the U.S. Stock Market Bubble Bursting?

The Meb Faber Show

25:18 min | Last week

The Best Investment Writing Volume 4: Martin Tarlie, GMO - Is the U.S. Stock Market Bubble Bursting?

"Welcome podcasts friends. We have a fantastic episode for you today. Last year we brought listeners the entire volume of the best investment writing volume three audio format. Right here on the podcast listeners. loved it. we're running back again this year. The best investment writing. Mm for you'll hear from some of the most respected money managers and investment researchers from all over the planet in a world where we can work from anywhere. What happens is the company culture. Ten spot is the all in one workforce engagement platform for connecting engaging in managing distributed teams through live and on demand content social engagement tools and workforce management services. Ten spot is reimagining. The future of work think on boarding tools virtual happy hours interactive webinars team challenges and rewards tins spot brings teams together all in one place no matter where they work. They curate spaces for employees to relax connect and cultivate culture. 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Jeremy grantham the g in oh and practitioner who has spent much of his career. Studying bubbles of all varieties including stock market bubbles. Did not think that the us stock market was in a bubble however over the past few months based on recent price. Action and stories of euphoria. Jeremy now does believe that the us stock market available so one way to view this paper. That i'm going to read to you. Is that in typical. Gmo faction it was early so now imagine yourself reading this paper in early two thousand and nineteen and let's get started in the fourth quarter of two thousand eighteen the s. and p. Five hundred fell almost fourteen percent. This large price drop occurred. In spite of a strong fundamental bechtel earnings per share for two thousand eighteen. Much of it already locked in is expected to be about one hundred and forty dollars a twenty eight percent increase over two thousand seventeen and expectations for two nineteen or for eps of about a hundred and fifty six dollars. A twelve percent annual ings with fundamental. So good. what explains the recent price action. A new model. The bubble model explains the dichotomy between price accident fundamentals by suggesting that a bubble in the us stock market started inflating in early. Two thousand seventeen and continue to inflate through the third quarter of two thousand and eighteen in the fourth quarter however indications were that the bubble had started to deflate and when bubbles deflate they generally do so with a volatility bang in this new model bubbles are prone to form when times are good and expected to get even better good times now and even better times ahead are reflected in high valuations and solid fundamentals. That continue to improve improving fundamentals lead to positive changes in sentiment and these positive changes in sentiment fueled the bubble however sentiment cannot increase forever when changes in central not level inevitably turns negative. As hopes of even better times ahead are dashed. There is nothing left to fuel. The bubble in the context of market action over the past quarter that would be built. Fourth quarter of two thousand eighteen expectations of decelerating earnings growth albeit sto positive reflected negative chain sent furthermore between august and december two thousand eighteen estimated. Eds for two thousand and nineteen fell from one hundred sixty three dollars and fifty one cents to one hundred and fifty six dollars and twenty cents a decline of more than four percent. These earnings changes could reflect negative changes sentiment but other concerns such as tightening by the federal reserve and trade. Tensions with china can also cause negative changes in senate and it is negative changes in sentiment defined broadly. That can catalyze the pop. While there are indications that the bubble started to deflate in the fourth quarter of two thousand eighteen and the magnitude of both price action any the change in the quantitative measure of euphoria that defines the bubble model suggests that the odds are now tilted in favor of the view that this is the beginning of the end of the bubble. We would be well advised to remember. Yogi berra's council that quote ain't over till it's over and crawl pass bubbles do exhibit head fakes. In which bubble deflation is interrupted by secondary growth event for example in the third quarter of nineteen ninety eight the time of the ltm crisis. The bubble model suggested the bursting of the bubble that had started inflating in early nineteen ninety seven however the nineteen ninety eight reading was a head fake and the bubble continued to grow for another eighteen months before finally popping in early two thousand to adopt the viewed price action over the last quarter again. The last quarter being the last two thousand eighteen is that of bursting bubble. One first needs to believe that the market was a bubble in the first place. The claim that a stock market bubble inflated over the past few years is controversial even here. Gmo i build a case by first introducing a quantitative definition of euphoria and then you both a long history of us stock market valuation and the events of the past three years through this lens challenge of actually defining a stock market bubble to appreciate the challenge of actually defining a bubble. We don't have to go in spite of the fact that recent valuations as shown in exhibit one match the peak of nineteen twenty nine and are only surpassed by the dizzying heights of the dot com era late. Nineteen ninety s key market observers. Jeremy grantham included were hesitant to call the market of two thousand seventeen and eighteen a bubble the reason a distinct lack of euphoria while there were some signs of highly speculative behavior in the form of the stunning rise in the price of bitcoin or activity around big data and artificial intelligence. Newspapers were not filled with stories in. Barbara's or shoe-shiners turn stockbrokers so while one condition for a bubble was satisfied high. The other condition euphoria was arguably absent. Now bubbles have both quantitative end. Anecdotal characteristic jeremy grantham preferred quantitative measure. Which he has written about for decades defines of bubble as a market trading at two standard deviations above the trend but bubbles are not only about high prices they are also about animal spirits. Captured in stories of euphoria economic historians have extensively documented. These behavioral anecdotes for many bubbles over centuries stimulators imbued with animal spirits and driven by fear of missing out and dreams of becoming rich follow. The herd and increased prices with increasing for the quantitative anecdotal elements of a bubble are by their very nature. Very different it can be challenging to get a clear view especially in real time with and without the benefit of twenty twenty hindsight any total elementary inherently subjective and the challenge is further compounded by the that prices can stay high for extended periods of time reading confusion and uncertainty the bubble model which focuses on the dynamics evaluation captures both quantitative in anecdotal. Euphoric elements of a bubble euphoria manifests as explosive dynamics expressed quantitatively as a negative meaner versions because the model is quantitative. It does not suffer from this objective uncertainties inherent in anecdotes stories while most of the time valuation is meaner verdict on rare occasions valuation is temporarily explosive or mean avert. This mean version goes hand-in-hand with expensive valuation and is the defining characteristic of a bubble mean version or explosive dynamics arises when speculators dominate the market speculators are subject to bads infection and heavy tendency to follow the hurt their demand for stocks is ephemeral fundamental investors on the other hand assessed value based on fundamentals and expected return considerations their demand for stocks is relatively stable to the extent that fundamental investors dominate the market fundamental value provides anchor around which market prices vary standard version. However when speculators dominate in other words the percentage change in speculative value exceeds that of fundamental in price tends to move away from fundamental value because the deviations of price from fundamental value. Get relatively bigger. This is mean averse and in the paper. There is a sidebar that illustrates the mathematics behind that speculative value and fundamental down. So now what about the historical evidence of mean aversion the of whether or not the stock market displays mean averting behavior is a statistical won a positive meter version speed means that price reverts to fundamental them in other words meaner version colts however a negative meaner version speed means that price moves away from fundamental value and mean version not mean reversion holds we can measure the meaner version speed using standard econometric techniques if the meaner version speed isn't constant the estimate would show little to no variation apart for measurement air. We find empirically that the mean reversion speed does indeed vary over time and not only does it mean reversion speed changed through time that there are times though rare when the meaner version speed becomes negative. These negative meaner version speeds are in quantitative measure of euphoria in represent periods of explosive dynamics or mean aversion exhibit two plots the empirical estimate of the meaner version speak for the us stock market from eighteen. Eighty one through two thousand eighteen because the vertical axis is flipped points below. The zero line correspond to positive meaner. Version speeds these are periods of mean reversion. We see that on average the meaner version speed is positive. There's a horizontal deshaun so that most of the time mean reversion holes between eighteen eighty one and there are only five periods of explosive dynamics. Number one the late nineteen ten's number two nineteen twenty nine number three the early nineteen eighty s number four the late nineteen nineties and number five two thousand seventeen two thousand eight. The first four periods are well known to market historians while the fifth period which begins in two thousand. Seventeen is still playing out the late. Nineteen ten's is the period of the forgotten depression. An area of deflationary pressures ended depression economy. The nineteen twenty nine bubble marks the end of the roaring twenties and the beginning of the depression era of the nineteen thirties. The early nineteen eighties. Mark the end of the stagflation of the nineteen seventy s and the beginning of the almost twenty year. Bull market that culminated with the bubble of the late nineteen bucks. The five periods of explosive dynamics are highlighted by the solid red circles in exhibit to also highlighted in the dashboard. Circles are the periods of stronger than average meaning version that follow each period of mean aversion notes in particular the dramatic move from the third quarter to the fourth quarter of two thousand eighteen while the conditions in nineteen twenty nine and the late nineteen ninety s are consistent with the bubble high valuation meaner version or explosive dynamics the late nineteen tents and the early nineteen eighties are characterized by low valuation and explosive dynamics in these periods mean version means that prices are low relative to fundamental value and expected to go even lower rather than a bubble these periods actually define an anti bubble sometimes also referred to as a negative ball in an anti bubble. The psychology is a dysphoric psychology rather than a euphoric the anatomy of two thousand seventeen in two thousand eight. The fifth period explosive dynamics shown as close up in exhibit three begins in two thousand and seventeen and extends into late two thousand eighteen. The meena version from early two thousand seventeen through the third quarter of two thousand eight is a quantitative measure of euphoria and suggests that over this period. A bubble is inflating in the us stock. Even though this period lacks the conventional anecdotes of euphoria such as barbers and shoe-shiners turn stockbrokers and while such anecdotes appear lacking the optimism enthusiasm surrounding big data artificial intelligence and bitcoin among other among other technological advances are typical of the bubble like animal spirits. The data point for the fourth quarter of two thousand eighteen shows a dramatic change in the mean version speed from an explosive mean. Averting phase two a strongly mean reverting things the scale and duration of this move is consistent with the moves associated with the bursting of the nineteen twenty nine and nineteen ninety nine bubbles and the reflation of the anti bubbles of the late nineteen tents in the early nineteen eighty s one reason to take the bubble model seriously. Is that both the bubbles. Anti bubbles are rare since the late eighteen hundreds. We count only five episode including now and four of these five are well-known to market historians future market. Historians will learn to know the current episode as well. Another reason to take this model seriously is that it is consistent with two recent market observations made by jeremy grantham independent of the model first. Jeremy writes in the third quarter of two thousand sixteen quarterly letter about slowing meaner merger. The declining meaner version speed in two thousand sixteen as shown in an exhibit three is consistent with this view next in early two thousand eighteen. Jeremy writes about a market melt-up and the evolution of his thinking with respect to the importance of price accelerate both the market melt-up in the importance of price. Acceleration are consistent with the meanwhile rotation speed turning negative in two thousand seventeen. So what can we expect when a bubble bursts when a bubble bursts earn anti bubble s- mean reversion comes back with a vengeance. We can see this effect in exhibit to where as highlighted in the dash red circles following periods of mean aversion mean reversion is stronger than average understanding this effect relies insight from the model about a mechanism for creation and destruction of both the bubbles in anti bubbles. The inside comes from analysis of vote. Time-series in exhibit two and it reveals that periods of negative mean reversion are actually driven by the combination of positive change in sentiment and high valuation the dependence on the combination evaluation and change in sentiment means that when valuation is extreme relatively small changes in sentiment are amplified by the extended valuation and can produce large changes in price simply put the bubbles are prone to form when times are good high valuations and expected to get even better positive expected change in sentiment. The bubble's burst when hopes of even better time to head are dashed when these hopes are dashed. The positive change in sentiment turns negative. It is this flipping of the change in sentiment. Not the of sentiment that actually drives the system back to a strongly mean reverting face and because the change in sentiment will at some point flip sign after all sentiment cannot keep expanding forever. The bubble is guaranteed to pop another way to visualize stronger than average meaner version. Following periods of explosive dynamics is to plot the time series evaluation in meaner version speed on the same graph exhibit for platinum meaner version speed from exhibit two on the vertical axis and valuation from exhibit. One on the horizontal axis. The bubbles are points in the upper right hand corner. An anti bubbles are points in the upper left hand various bubble in anti bubba dates are labeled together with arrows that connect these dates with various points in the future from this correspondence. We see that the meaner version speed changes by large magnitude over a short period of time and these changes correspond to a rapid transition from meena version back to stronger than average me reversion prior to the fourth quarter of two thousand eighteen the most extreme change in the meaner version speak is the wind from third to the fourth quarters of nineteen twenty nine here the meaner version speed goes from slightly negative to strongly positive over the period of three months however the change in the meaner version speed from the third to the fourth quarter of two thousand eighteen eclipses that of nineteen twenty nine highlighting. Just how dramatic last few months. Been the magnitude of this move. Also tilts the odds in favor of the view that we may currently be experiencing the initial stages of the bursting of the bubble of two thousand seventeen. Two thousand eight finally a direct consequence of stronger than average meaner version is that volatility in the post bubble period is higher than average. This is simply because stronger than average meaner. Version means by definition that the magnitude evaluation changes and therefore returns are larger than average. So what do we learn. The bubble model teaches us bubbles form when times are good high valuation and expected to get even better changes in sentiment or pas bubbles burst when changes in sentiment not level turn negative. This dynamic helps us understand how it is that during the fourth quarter of two thousand eighteen the market fell even though fundamentals. Both past unexpected look solid while of december two thousand eighteen expected. Eps growth for two thousand nineteen is twelve percent this is substantially below the twenty eight percent growth of two thousand eighteen. Furthermore since two thousand eighteen estimated eps for two thousand nineteen has been revised downward by more than four percent these changes together with concerns about federal reserve tightening and trade tensions with china point to negative challenges in sentiment a catalyst for popping above the key role played by changes in sentiment also highlights why it is so difficult to time above while the benefit of successfully riding a bubble and exiting in time is obvious. There are two reasons why this is a challenge. I when the bubble pops reversal tends to be wicked. Which is to say that mean reversion comes back with a vengeance. Mistiming can therefore be very costly in second the odds of mistiming are high because the catalyst for the pop is a change in sentiment. It is not the level in sentiment that we need to actually predict rather the change which is much more different. There is another subtle but important point. I have been deliberately vague about what sentiment means in charlie. Et al two thousand eighteen. Which is the academic paper which this white papers built on the catalyst for both the bubble formation and the bubble destruction is expected change in profitability. But more broadly we expect a change in sentiment is the catalyst which is to say that there are myriad factors that can ignite animal spirits as the bubble forms and then snuff them out as hopes for even better times ahead are dashed effectively. This vague definition reflects moderates so even though we have a model that helps us understand how bubbles are created and destroyed. Unfortunately it does not help us predict the timing of their demise it does however provide us insight into wise timing is challenging our advice when the bubble is inflating is to avoid the siren song of buying into rising prices. Best avoiding the bubble together while career risk can make this course of action very difficult hence actually giving further life to the bubble of courts. We believe that the challenge of successfully timing the exit is such that bearing. The career risks is the wiser and more putin course for those with a sufficiently long time parents is currently. We are faced with a volatile market that through the end of two thousand eighteen at least is down in double digits from the september two thousand eighteen p. the volatility is consistent with a bubble bursting. The we cautioned that it is possible that the fourth quarter move in the meter version speed could be heavy while the dramatic nature of the move in the meaner version speed to such strong mean reversion suggests that the odds are tilted toward this being the beginning of the end of the bubble of two thousand. Seventeen two thousand and eighteen. We cannot rule out reflation of the bubble analogous to the event of late. Nineteen ninety through two thousand given it. Valuation is still how high our advice consistent with our portfolio positions is to continue to own as little us equity as career risk.

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Juicy Scoop - Ep 353 - Bethenny Frankels Near Death, Camilles Showdown & Lawsuit on The High Seas.

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Juicy Scoop - Ep 353 - Bethenny Frankels Near Death, Camilles Showdown & Lawsuit on The High Seas.

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into in a moment but why is on this trip i think about day five my vacation about day three of the of the trip i don't have very good why fi five will get into that later some extra fee if you go on the royal caribbean anyway and that is what i found out through emails but also some blogs and page six and i believe the blast that jimbo lino he was the star of real housewives of oj see married to alexis felino i think they're on three or four seasons you know obviously you're aware of that show if you're listening to this podcast and that he was in fact suing me for one million dollars for questions that i asked about tmz article that was published last year when he announced his divorce from alexis lino in eight live show they did at the irvine improv of an end anyway i didn't know really how to address it since i was away but i have not been served with any papers as of yet so until that happens and i will address what my legal plan is but i will be if in fact it's true obviously i will be fighting this every bone in my body as an american fighting for her first right amendment which is these freedom of speech free speech so we'll see what happens but i wanna thank you guys freer support but it does put a huge bummer in stress on a royal caribbean vacation with eleven if you're a family members and now the real housewives of new york well it was the finale end it's christmas time in new york and they they recovered from miami where everyone was on lewin per one because i took a swim in the ocean for christ's sake my god look chew they all attacked her saying that she is narcissistic that kevin ray says bethany bethany you lost it lost her mind saying in my boyfriend boyfriend but i was gonna die of a drug overdose and i think that at all so she went crazy then she recover from it lewin was about to leave and then lewin's like i i'm not gonna have my sobriety suffer and having you wanna go out and have a drink because these bitches can't be happier for my cataracts so she came back and said i'm sorry bethany i'm sorry i didn't bring up dennis on even bring up dennis because you moved on and quite honestly she's like i'm i'm dennis 'cause they're dating paul from boston you know if i kept bringing up dennis you might have attacked me saying why why why why bring up that way and you know i'm dating paul why why why why would he tried do tummy you know so she's like i'm sorry i'm bringing you know it's hard and bringing up enough and i'm sorry that you feel that way courage so they leave miami they're back in new york and we find now that after miami somewhere in between bethany spent some time with her boyfriend paul in boston an she he gave her some me so sue she has severe fish allergy we've you know seen it on the show we've heard on social media i think plane had to be turned around because someone who had order fish in first class and she was there so she has a fish allergy and i i assume it's not shellfish because she's had a wasters at this party she throws at the end of the episode we've seen her have sushi being made at her house which is not shellfish so i i don't know but if i was her at this point and i almost died 'cause she talks about how she almost died she passed out from the allergy and when she came to within ten from the ambulance she heard the doctor saying if she had been alone and paul her boyfriend and been there for five you know in five minutes she would have been dead now all i'm saying to you bethany is sometimes allergies get worse with age now i'm i'm not in our just i don't know okay i'm very lucky that we are not i don't have a child is severely they'll brennan did have shellfish and started having allergic reaction but benadryl did it but for her benadryl did not do it but at this point i wouldn't ever go to a sushi place i wouldn't go to restaurants but i really don't think i'd ever gonna sushi i really don't think i would serve sushi in my home i don't think i would serve fishing my home i don't think if i without a choice and it's my menu i don't think have wasters at a party i would just stick really i wouldn't have clamato juice in eight bloody mary which i think makes the bloody mary gross anyway i would just stay away from fish altogether but you know she says she's very upset so so she is probably not gonna make lewin's christmas cabaret show okay which is coming up meanwhile christmas cabaret show is coming an lewin goes to talk to ramona at her place and and she's like 'em wow so how's everything going how is i saw you with mario and he was in miami has that you know what it's really kind of great you know not just mario we had dinner with april and we relive co parent and it's really kind of amazing think adam even though she's twentyfour and you know but he said you know i miss my family because beat some mistakes and i'm like well you know what too bad too bad you know what it's hard it's hard day you know okay but action really kinda glad the cable louis someone talk to i know that you're christmas capper rat is on december nineteenth an m i just want you to know that i'm ashley planning a party for the girls just celebrate its newest price per sonia during his birthday it's gonna be celebrate their first thing i'm gonna do it on the night of christmas cabaret well why why would you choose that night well that's not what you think you know we all taught and we don't wanna go see you're cabaret show anymore we get we've seen it a lot you know and it's like we don't see work well not working properly gets a celebration and it's a completely different shows and you've seen before it's it's christmas song icing jingle bells and things like that well you know what this isn't nights you only do it and i'm really wanna do this brazil yeah intermittent so that's a day and were doing it all right all right my love like i really want you to be there and support me well you know what to get we support everybody okay all right so meanwhile arinda is planning planning her own aerobics charity event where everyone's gonna wear eighties aerobics closed and she's gonna teach like she did in the eighties when she taught and roebuck class and she's like you know this one pretty great and you never know you never know when maybe you know maybe i'll be doing aerobics in the park shas i might have i might be going on tour my own you may not be the only one she she is annoyed at lewin because she found out that the way that immediately immediately forgave bethany for the horrible outbursts in durham just like i said one thing nine months ago i said and she and she didn't talk to me for nine months okay and lewin should be i mean durance should be pissed because that giovanni has made lewin's career she's got jackets by javadi she's got a new zealand joe vani villain joe body so anyway she was like i you know she but she punish me for nine months and years she makes up actually you know what at bethany then rebuilt you know yeah lynn she gave me a very nice fluffy jacket she gave it its customer appreciation neck and you know barber and our customers that you appreciate and she says i'm not mad at i'm not gonna hate it i'm not gonna talk about it she's narcissist she's a horrible person she only thinks about herself i'm sick of cabaret but all in all i liked the jacket so there you go so they all go to be aerobics class and after they were oaks class lou ancestor bethany well i'm hurt you know ramona's throwing a party at the same night as my christmas show but of course this cat racial really one of the girls will be there was after be the same night i mean finds you don't wanna go but to do it the exact same night i mean knowing now i can't be a part of it is really kind of hurtful you know kind of front of that so bethany goes listen disoriented you were all gonna go to the show for will say hi wish you good well and then it will go to ramona's party okay well i mean i know it's a it's a nice party it's a nice party i wanna start at at at at at ruben starting around assorted so i wanna start sonya's like why can't we just go lose for a little bit and then come why can't hear party starting i really wanna know you really wanna know so it's a surprise party for you and arinda but now it's been route okay so all right well thanks but let's just go say hi to lou and then will start be they're not is that okay do whatever you want you know what do whatever you want i want to try to do something nice but whatever so they go to an sold out show intensely arinda and sonia are the only ones the show they go into a green room before and she's like oh i love some just try to get my hair and makeup done for life sold out show i've got five people waiting for me okay so can you can you get out now 'cause i i got ten minutes to my mind together and they're like they're like why come all the way down here when you know she doesn't even care it's forty five out of that up to do this shares of say this is why guys when you see the heather mcdonald experience i'm gonna be in new york on july twenty six at city winery this is why i like to do the vip party after because i am a little stressed out before the show some artists like do meet and greets before because the minute they're done they wanna get off stage and go to the room and be like a weird isolated weird person i actually love hanging out with my fans but i like it when the show is done 'cause i do an hour and a half of materials i do kind of really wanna get organized and be focused so that's why i do it that way and so so you guys know when you come see me that's why i do the vip after okay kids and that's why i love it but i did relate to lewin's stress of having a tight dressing room her mom her kids were in there then the girls were there then the real housewife cameras there and it is a bunch new material or new songs she wasn't as familiar with it so i feel for her end you know at one point they criticize her for it and she's like well i'm sorry showbiz ask anybody you know you want a ten minutes to be alone in your mind all right but why did you invite us oh god whatever so now we were going to the final party of the season which is what bethany is throwing called horse and smart 'cause with this group there horse and she's gonna serve some smarts in some skinny girl cocktails tales so she dresses a little slow at either end of their slutty they're going she has her driver slash bodyguard dressed in a senate out the this this cabin we kevin used to be it now it's like somebody i don't know what countries from it sounds a little eastern stern european anyway he seems nice and he's saying how are you bethany because this week was really rough you almost died and she's like you know you know what the craziest thing it's it's like you know what dennis dennis just like when i would like crossing nobody dennis was pulling me and i'm like stop pulling me you know what you know what you said i would be how i could be happy i know you want something done i'm done i'm done talking about done i'm done dealing with dennis i'm i'm i'm done i'm done i'm gonna leave i almost died he he died i'm rebranding death that's what i'm doing i'm rebranding it i'm gonna have a book coming out it's gonna be you know death will become life will be the decimate no just kidding chelsea took that one now i'm gonna she's gonna work on rebranding death that's gonna be a whole new thing she's working on next season and it's you know she dot dot dot dot so they get to the party and now what also is going on between the character's is arinda is you know she's just she just doesn't think the tins is life is adding up you know first her you know it's very sad but tinsley dog died okay tennessee's dog is bambi she was fifteen shoe is a chihuahua and it was really sucks she doesn't have kids and she had improperly really like oh no she's the dog was only twelve but she had a previous previous chihuahua until it was fifteen so she found it to be shocking he was on chemo and then he died and she then reveals that she froze his body immediately and then they're gonna defrost the body so that her sister and mom could pull the dog woman last time well during the thought that was kind of weird end aranda also thought it was weird that lou ann with selling selling mary like jesus candles like the kind of candles you put on a rose like all we sometimes there's like a big ship grave like where someone got in a drunk driving accident died and then they put a bunch of those candles like on a corner anyway i've seen so many people do housewives when someone gave me one i've seen a lisa vander pump one like this kind of been something out there until then she just she sells another show i mean there it's kind of a good product itself 'cause those kennels only like a dollar ninety nine centrally but you're face on whatever they started to give her ramona's like you know really kind of really kind of bruce i think it's kinda disrespectful to jesus and his mother mary that like do an thinks she's married sonia kendall and i'm like wow wow wow wow it's like really really first i can't think of so many ocean now i can't sell a cattle with my face on it i mean don't don't buy it then don't come to the show of us right ramona you didn't come to the show so is having a little bit of tension an arinda than addressed his tinsley you know you have a lot of new closed you know are you a scholar not basically she's accusing her of being a hooker light or kept woman andrew and it's like i don't care just be honest about it you know just be just about i think to renew is hoping to get another commercial remember when she was in the elevator doing a coupon cabin king hurt scott's company and it wasn't he elevator and it was worth terrell and the chef boyfriend her in john intensely and scott an maybe she's like look have you seen my commercial work i did godzilla did the hustle and i just did cool sculpting were sonia so i'm just letting you know tinsley like i'm pretty good salesperson if you if you stay with scott i could i could sell some shit but you potentially goes can we not about scott scott but dog died but no you gotta know and i have money to buy my own dresses i mean i do i go and she does you know makes few grand off it instagram post she could buy address the show get offered shock is bethany would say so anyway they start to them and nutcracker and they're gonna hit the nutcracker an out comes 'em kenny and a bunch of skinny girl vibrators no i think they were just plain vibrators but that might be next year end but not tampons 'cause the dry county with this group just need some vibrators in some loop we don't need any chat bots okay let's remember that bethany see only one that gets her period okay this is what i love is the end is when they do the they they do the sentences written out like free isn't really take my time reading it and i'm gonna add a little bit more to what i think they should have written for each person so it starts out with a ramona's apartment is on the market and so is she all right you know i mean but but we all know that new ice cream is comedy okay we know that coming 'cause she showed that let's ageless by ramona but i don't know why they share that in her writers in her sing at the thought that was set sonya's new renters a new sony has new renters in her daughter went to and i league but i also thought they should add and she's starting her own line of invisible underwear that's my dream for sonia here's my bethany bethany is working on rebranding death s n her title is going to be how to do destiny skinny girl sour wearing the most comfortable dazzled stick his jeans ever 'em also be also bethany fought a town home with her boyfriend paul and has no a no wishes to sell skinny girl the company but i'm also gonna add but will definitely not ask paul to work with sort of like she did with her ex husband jason that was a horrible so i just hope she doesn't get paul involved in your business kenzi broke up with scott and his downsizing her hotel apartment and is also in jeopardy of not being asked back unless you starts dating harry dubin or mario i hairdo mario part during this house flooded and the shark room suffered she is on a robotic make it nice bella tour at that part lewin sold out shows other cabaret tour and is now going to sell the tino religious candles in statement necklaces at all of them i added that part so next week is the reunion you guys betsy who is the juices cooper has made me all of the girls reunion outfits for my barbies i have barbie couches that i ordered i haven't andy so that is gonna be coming early next week you guys know how much i travel end packing toiletries always seems to involve a game of stacking space hacking but that's why i love quip electric toothbrushes because because they work just as well at home they do and they go the travel ready cover 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like that one better per one reason i don't think the ship was a crowded there were a lot more things free two years ago now i'm sure every trip is different in every deal is different but what my kitchen remember from two years ago is that they could order all the refree room service they want it and which my son's would order 'em servings and servings of bacon to their room there on a strict meat cheese and bread diet anyway that there was a pool table full a nazi arcade games her free so my motherinlaw who's traveled a lot since her husband died over fifteen years ago this is a one play she hasn't been which is these saint thomas saint kitts anti glove barbados all of those virgin islands 'em it's kind of reporter rica so we flew to puerto rico which we first took eight l h to new york flight redeye and then we took new york to puerto rico and he spent a couple of days importer rico which is really really fun 'em said of beautiful resort for two days we went to and art museum one thing that sort of interesting this art museum as they said they his foot art exhibit was of these houses that what happens is throughout porter rican porter rico and these islands and i saw this a lot on these island is that someone buys a property and their family lives there and once they're older kids get married and have kids then they just build a second story but they don't build it like so there you go in through the interior of the house they just literally just it's like a flat roof and then they build a whole nother story on it and then there's stairs and then when those people have kids then they built a whole nother story and then there's stare but most of these stories are just how belt and they're not because of the hurricane in which you know bethany went and helped him with no this is just like something happens 'cause i saw these tours and it was just a lot of these half built homes 'em i dunno if they're like mid building up but i never saw anyone working on them it's like kind of like they start it and then just go oh fuck it i guess we could just stay at the bottom part with mom i don't really know what the deal is anyway so we go on a cruise an on the last cruise to alaska as you know peter is very cheap an fiscally clapper is with a new stimulus i'm not gonna say fiscally responsible say fiscally clapper classier last year way of saying it because many of you are physically clever end it is okay but last time 'em he said this is what we're gonna do we're gonna get the drink package which is where you could drink everything you want top tier meaning the best the top wine and beer also the top podcast and like a cappuccino in the morning a soda whatever that's the top packets the bottom packaged just is much sodas you want all day then there's another pack and just like the shitty beer and wine and then another one that's like the kind of okay steps of the top four package and it was like i dunno fifty dollars a day back then we went to alaska but peter in his finance financial plan every hurry trickery everyone thought he said okay but this or do we just gonna get one package first per one of us not for both of us because you could just run around all the different bars in get me a drink what you know who's gonna know it there's so many different bars and said well there's eleven deck's okay so i was just like a sweaty alcoholic running up and down the stairs trying to get to drinks at the same time and it was a lot of pressure well i don't know if it's because i've talked about it onstage or what but they've changed the entire policy of the royal caribbean 'em ships now both people in the cabin have to both get the exact same drink packaged if one chusetts get one other one does so intergroup garrett who is my nephews twentyone she was sharing a room with my son drake who sixteen so because his cabin partner what's under twenty one he couldn't get one if you want it to so garrett decided he was gonna get it and pretty much i think he had a horrible trip because his parents were asking for drinks we occasionally were asking for drinks mackenzie because in certain countries and and i mean most of the trip you just have to be eighteen but if we're in like the certain waters and then she could drink at eighteen other time should be twentyone she likes to have a cocktail now again she's in college so 'em but i i actually we did not get it peter and i both income by the time another sixty three dollars a person and we both have together so just forget it and it really kind of kept us from not drinking that much other thing we didn't do was get the why fi package which is a huge huge mistake listen if you're going on a cruise and you have kids over twelve even if they're younger and they have a phone get the why fi package for all of us because you cannot find her kid on this fucking boat and it's super stressful because on this particular boat it is the largest freedom of the sees it is four thousand five hundred and fifteen passengers at capacity and guess what they were at capacity every single cabin was filled to the brim with tutor for people on the ship we're lucky enough to have a balcony and that was key so we could walk out and see the ocean by ourselves and then of course 'em i would just remember every murder in missing person that's ever happened on a ship one of my favorite ones on the most intriguing very sad what the couple that was from newport pretty attractive i think it's almost been ten years there's been lots of datelines on it but they were on their honeymoon i think somewhere through the mediterranean and they got real wasted they must have both gotten the drink package and went to the casino you know an were getting drunk as a video cameras showed them an there were witnesses at said she was very drunk and possibly inappropriate lee flirting with some guys some guys were flirting with her in which might have upset her husband they show her walking back looking very drunk back to her room she couldn't find a room and i don't blame her because i couldn't remember my i think i finally memorized my room number and the quickest way to get their only seventh day and i didn't remember any of my kid's room numbers it was so so hard the hallways were so long i mean it would take so long and then you've got you know it's jam packed so you don't wait really long to the elevators so i actually don't even think i got that fat on the trip because i it took so long to walk everywhere also they don't offer like waters in the room like bottles of water in the room could pay for even be free at like a hotel so they only way we could get water is went up to the win jammer on the eleventh floor and we're in the seventh and just take some cups of water and then bring them down to a room otherwise i i've never been more thirsty on a trip in my entire life i mean just to go home and just have as much water as i want with just a complete luxury so in this murder okay or no we don't know if it was murdered anyway she couldn't find a real she was found out passed out in the hallway she went missing an she didn't know where he was and didn't really report it till like noon 'cause she was wasted she again if you if you wake up and you're partners not in the room you're like okay he went to win jammer okay maybe he's at the casino i mean how how and if you don't have why they have their phone i'm how fucking ever gonna find someone on this boat okay that's so magin when you don't have a kid and i'll tell you how i lost brennan about fourteen times on this trip so she finally like noon reports like i dunno where my husband is so then they start looking at everything well they never found him but they found and this is to my recollection so if i'm wrong you asking correct me i think they found some blood somewhere on the balcony that exact same felt like we did not a huge one but you you know and like where the world comes up to about you're waste and then it's glass end 'em and then there were reports at the people next to curtis scuffled it hurts him russian voices are possible russian accents and were there men then he pissed off in the casino did he you know it's just someone think he is rich and tried to take his money but he was never found so clearly he was thrown overboard 'cause they never found his body on the boat or any you know the remnants of the of his body ranson a word anyway so garret at my nephew his mom peter sister well she's scheduled a million a million excursions down to the last day where were just cruising an they actually went on a tour which i'm kind of jealous about how the whole boat works an thank god somebody asked about people going murdered going missing on these boats and they said it happens more than you think and it takes forty minutes to stop the boat after do captain is told to stop the boat so if you saw someone just fall over and then you ran in your room and you called zero and said man overboard then that person has to then get the captain and then from the captain finding finding out about it they stopped the boat and would they stop it from one call where they think it's a breaker where they investigate for like another thirty minutes on their own then i stopped the boat and then go back to where they think someone might be floating one story they told was a drunk woman did fall off when they also said if you follow up higher than the fourth deck you will die so someone a woman fell off i i guess around decks three she was drunk and she fell offer did something anyway way they managed to stop the boat end came back and found her but all i could think about how also when you look out i was in the seventh floor and you look out it looks so much closer it looks so much more even when you're on the top top deck like duck thirteen eighty you're like doesn't look that far away it's like weirdly tempting but they said throughout the years of cruise liners people have gone missing and they usually don't know that they've been gone missing for twelve hours also sometimes crew people kill themselves that way ever lose their mind i dunno good news is nobody went missing on her trip and nobody got sick and nobody got hurt so twelve people one being my eight year old mother in law i feel like very very lucky but some of the trauma of not having the why fi which would have been a hundred dollars a person because we didn't order it before it was like you know so paranoid because peter and i have i some of are worse fights over the last nineteen years i think the worst one was around two thousand and nine about data roaming somehow i fucked up the data roaming thank god that doesn't really matter anymore something i'm plans but somehow i i turned on data roaming are i turned it off when i wasn't supposed to turn it on my wasn't supposed to end it like went up to four hundred dollars on some z one day how mexico trip and it was just a horrible fight and i remember thinking you know does you know princess kate in prince william ever fight about data roaming i mean do they ever argue about a drink packaged on a royal caribbean now they are the royals they have their own fucking boat oh why i'm on this boat the coincidentally the casting director of below deck 'cause i guess among their mass mailer now because we talked to them once which have shared with you we get the email while round the world caribbean the next boat you guys it's a hundred and eighty four feet long which is their largest yacht it'll be going in september and october off of spain and i don't know how many nights it is 'cause i told you guys before the last trip is only two nights lots of of the trip like three days two nights anyway they said just a charter the boat a boat the size yacht the size is normally two and fifty thousand but we're going to offer you guys if you just a great it'd be on the show and being your bathing suits and have us complain about when you wanna do the jet ski and then watcher fat body go down the slide was and then be annoyed that you don't like be nachos we made frio if you wanna do that and have some fun on the fancy yacht were gonna give it to you for sixty percent off now i've been investigating a little bit more 'cause how could i not but let me just say they're paid a lot less the royal caribbean and and we didn't just bring sixty eight other friends we brought four thousand five hundred fifteen other friends so water party anyway so the first day we wake up the first time we get there to it'd be better ever been on eight a cruise ship the first day very stressful and you have to find her room you have to get you're you're bags on so we have are bags on and they're like you check you're bags over here then ville burnham tier room now i'm the only one has a big bad because i am a social influence her and i needed to bring some cute yacht closer you guys which i hope you're watching all my planning more videos and i'm gonna post this week now they have access to internet internet on my instagram at heather mcdonald on twitter is that heather mcdonald heather adult comedy is a facebook and juicy skip obsessed is the private facebook group anyway there's these guys in green shirt taking all of her everyone's sluggish except for the guy helps us he i have a photo of him he took a photo because are suspicious he has no green shirt on he has blocked down polish he's like forty with like a punk rock hairdo he's got like the chain bell he looks like he's ready to like perform at the roxy in nineteen ninety five i don't know what is going on and why he is checking are legit but of course i tell myself should you ask a question heather no let's not let's just let this guy do his job i'm sure they need higher extra people stay in this is what he does between you know doing his rock and roll band importer rico i dunno hours and hours and hours pass we do these safety run through where they say if there's an emergency we will find her child for you don't worry okay that's one thing they say now my child is six nineteen sixteen in thirteen k nineteen year old mackenzie don't worry about hertel sixteen year old i really don't worry about him either thirteen year old up probably worried about his entire life because brandon is gothi of form or version of eighty eighty hd and even though i don't think that's a horrible thing i think a lot of entrepreneurs have it i think it can make you a genius the kid would lose this kid had if it was not attached to him i mean i cannot forgetfulness be not paying attention i mean it's just so sure enough you know i many times it's like where is he word go sit down for are first night every night if you've got a big group of people you get your table when we're in alaska we had her table of at that time is eleven when people but we are table are big table of this time it's twelve because my brotherinlaw got married which is a whole nother story i'll tell you all about that in a minute anyway you all sit together every night at six o'clock if you need it six or eight thirty we chose six my motherinlaw is eighty she gets a little acid reflex let's eat at six i liked eight early to and i love having set dinnertime i really did because on other trips at i've gone on with my husband he surprised being with like eight concierge level of a hotel or if you've ever done that that's where you get like free wine and cheese at five o'clock some free apps if you're if you get the room on this level well on my honeymoon in the cayman islands once we got that but we would get so we stood at the five o'clock thing shoving are faced with a free cheese and pineapple and free drinks but then we just wouldn't go out to dinner and then the whole night that's it but see end of the night you're done at six o'clock so i like having dinner plan every night i really liked that about the cruise life and i like knowing that no matter what anybody does were gonna see each other at least for dinner every night because as different families we all do the same excursions okay so we get there were sitting going to her table an instead of tables twelve we have a table that's no marked for one in four oh two but in between for one in four oh two is four oh three i'm were like why does it go for one four three four two nine like well it does too bad and i'm like wait a minute you know were here for seven nights were never gonna however table together well next day they they moved it 'cause we asked the ice little people in the middle for three do you mind going for a while what so the next night we had six foot four to six at four one an still couldn't really talk to each other so finally peter hi peter start to get the plan and he goes you know what my mother nature eightieth birthday this all she want it i don't they say they can accommodate if something happened with a mix up what i dunno if his royal caribbean mix up or or the travel agent he goes but what if we duty upgrade reason go to these other restaurants for a little extra money oh my god well that talking about it went on for an hour and a half then we had to negotiate with a brother and sister if they wanna pay for the upgrade for two nights when you finally he's like i don't know should we do this we have to vegetarian they're not gonna eat at the chop house you know my daughter and my niece i finally said no were fucking doing this okay we wasted an hour and a half at talking about it i were gonna do it okay we didn't get the why fi of law sprinted fifteen times oh and the first day i lost brick brennan because we are going on a trip we did these royal caribbean excursions okay k you have to be at the meeting point at a certain time i must austin five times between breakfast then i'd go do however swimsuit oh i forgot my son said we were on a boat to a beach brennan wandering irish suit on and port brennan everyone was staying with their cousin or their spouse and since brennan didn't have a matching cousin age end my motherinlaw's a widow they were a couple at did kind of complain about grandma's snoring and he did say i'm so tire by the trip because i don't try gravel wakes up every morning at six thirty we do or make up for the win jammer tape breakfast and that is one thing 'cause we you you go to the un island everyday so if you have a set time this excursion which is usually meaning as early as seven forty fiber eight forty five nine fifty you gotta make sure your whole family's that they've had breakfast and they're they're meeting and it's just a lot to manage some of be experience cruisers like the family had the shirt oh ship it's a family trip they ashley of walkie talkies because they're too cheap paper the wife i but they don't wanna lose their kids so there's a lot of little like these people are experienced cruisers couples that say a couple who cruises together stays together i it is not vacation i would choose but in this particular case you know those was very fun we had a lot of memories there's a lot of songs at they play like well i'll share hands that does that does show that they play when you walk in in the morning just pure l everywhere and it really does work i mean nobody got sick thank god and and really the song really clicks in about washing your hands and importance of it at a play that a lot on the boat anyway at one point losing brandon in the crowd drake suggested that we give it a hat with a really tall tiny flat on it and then i just see his because it's just really like crowded at certain times where you're trying to get off the boat and whatnot going these excursions mike hipster people going on these cruises to be islands whether it's mexico or the caribbean or the porter rican or the virgin islands plan your excursions way in advance they're more expensive but you know it's gonna be decent andy if you don't just tell someone face to the nicest beach and call it a day do not go on a tour with some you know a guy from saint thomas that's gonna take you in his cab and show you all the house built sucking story houses on the island 'cause there's a lot of that my favorite places were on a antigua and saint lucia and we wanna catamaran and that was really lovely and peter is a scuba diver and i chose not to have him fake my patty 'em my patty certificate like he did twenty years ago in nineteen years on her honeymoon and i almost died i just stick with a snorkel and you just go dive i don't wanna risk any shit at this point i made it this long end so the three kids and i went some places and it was really fun in my tour guide was firm in lanta on the boat and a when we were in saint thomas he was a juicy scoop delight he pointed out joe biden's house he pointed out a all the mansions carol burnett tv and kelsey grammer how they hide all their money in these islands how no one has to pay taxes if you're rich i dunno it's all the scoop jeffrey epstein's crazy parties if you google him he's a he has quite quite a history so i gave him a good tip because like heavier jews escape like you we should just have a juice if you say positive news given he was giving some deep you guys i'm so excited to tell you about circle because i have kids who are online a lot at i worry about how much time they spend on it if they're waking up in the middle of the night and not getting the proper amount of sleep who they're talking to what my younger son might have access to at this age that i don't want him to that's why i love circle because circle is the easiest way manage your family's online time across all of their connected devices inside and outside your home it's so easy there's also in a circle app that parents can filter what content is allowed set limits on screen time like i said at each family member their profile it's fully customized to their needs like i said with age and maturity and right now are juicy scoopers get eight limited time offer for thirty dollars off of a circle home plus when you visit meet circle dot com slash juicy and enter the coach juicy at checkout you guys this is the best offer they've ever offered it is so worth it i love it get thirty dollars off when you visit meet circle dot com slash juicy and enter the code juicy at checkout this is a limited time podcast exclusive of offer that meet circle dot com slash juicy and enter the code juicy to save thirty dollars okay so now we tell you about my brotherinlaw my brotherinlaw 'em was divorced when i met him up until a year and a half ago he never to are knowledge had a girlfriend that he was serious about brought to a dinner sought a party sought a thanksgiving he works in the casinos in vegas and he's a really nice guy and has a daughter who now has two kids anyway he met a guy at work who'd been married to his wife from the philippines for over sixteen years and he said you know my wife has a younger sister and she's also in the philippines you should talk to her see if you guys hit it off you know and he's like all right so they start face timing when there's a straight out of ninety day fiance however you know they didn't know about the show i would've book demonic but they're actually so really fell in love it's actually really cool to see because they're like newlyweds and were not so then you rv around a couple that's just like way more in love and you guys are and you're like we hang out with the fighting couple instead of this kind of bummed me out anyway she's younger by like over twenty years and she's real cute and tiny an so sweet and he's so sweet to her and so they did face face time you went to visit in the philippines she came out here they got married in vegas on a weekend then i had a gig is very upset about that i feel like it was possibly planned that way so that i wouldn't go there and talk about it but now they basically no i said i'm gonna talk about you guys on juicy scoop so now my brotherinlaw like peter is quite tall you know six three well she's a little tiny thing and she's you know i don't even see might be five feet tall i don't know maybe so she looks very young 'cause she's filipino and she's like thirty and she was like barely any makeup so when they go to the movies he gets a senior ticket and she gets a child's ticket 'cause he too has achieved team that runs throughout my husband's family so he's so we were on this like excursion altogether and they start to tell me that he was like oh did i tell you what happened on the plane but what happened he goes we're on the plane from houston to puerto rico and she was very tired so she's like i'm just gonna close my eyes and when the waitress comes around just tell them all have a coke and he goes okay so the waitress comes out the waitress i'm sorry the flight attendant comes by on the plane and in today's and the jury sir yeah i'll have a sprite and she'll have a coke and she goes catchy speak for herself excuse me ma'am anyway the flight attendant ast sheena my my sister in law many questions to ensure that she was not being sex traffic kid and they thought it was offensive that this flight attendant acis my sister peter sister thought it was offensive and all that stuff the way you would ask it and i said i think we should be grateful to the flight attendant i think i'd read the houston was a hub for sex trafficking an here she is not speaking think about all the people that didn't want approach elizabeth smart or wonder didn't want to offend anyone because elizabeth smart who is deep mormon girl who is kidnapped by the day laborer who worked on a roof six months prior and his sick wife kidnapped her out of the middle of the night you can offer you know kept captive after eight over eighteen months but they would go out in public and he would dress them up in like a muslim type of outfit 'em would be ice only be ice covering but in white and they would go round the grocery store together him with his wife and elizabeth smart and people thought it was weird but they didn't wanna ask any questions they don't want us then someone's religion and think about all the times that maybe she could have been saved earlier if someone asked a question so i explain that to sheena and i go i'm sorry if you're feelings were hurt but you really you're feeling should not be hurt it's a huge problem an i commend the flight attendant for asking the questions and i go you know maybe she has a hero fantasy and she goes what does that mean well i have a hero fantasy fantasy about finding lost baby like an abandoned baby that a a mother gives birth to that just doesn't know what to do and she is too afraid and just leave that and i go find it on a walk 'em which just happened and everyone's dying to adopt this baby a believe it happened in colorado i'm not sure anyway i have that tennessee also every time i see an amber alert like either on my phone or i'm driving and it comes up on the freeway like oh like two thousand and ten in silver press i just start going crazy looking for that car unlike is my fantasy to call in ames following the car his kidnap someone her on an amber alert and then it comes back to me and then i also so have they now my new fantasy is stopping a sex trafficking situation for a kid by helping it cannot be safe so i thought you know i am looking so young compared to peter now peter is only five months and like three now five years and three months older than i am but with the help of doctor 'cause savion who gives me a selfie facials and bo talks and whatnot end henry who dies my hair henry zegers dies my hair i am maintaining my age now peter does not get botox harris gray and he looks more his age and so i was like that you know everyone says i look so young when i don't have makeup on so on the flight back i listening to peter and i just was like let me just see if i can pass for someone that mike concern a flight attendant who is out save save the world which i love anyway nobody no one thought i was being sex trafficking maybe aged out of it i don't know but i thought i'm like do or at least think i'm a hooker like at least think i'm a trophy wife i mean i i looked like a girl with her father on you know on father daughter dance that's what i think we look like but maybe you guys discreet made me think we looked like inappropriate couple i anyway it was in all in all it was really fun we really had some fun times antifa i would i i would say look into it know there's lots of crowds no they do a belly flop contest 'em that it's actually pretty entertaining watch some video of that on the last stay get a balcony if you can't afford it it's really worth it because especially if you're gonna be on a crowded like warm vacation where a lot of it's a lot of bodies a lot of tattoos are not great work 'em you know a lot of closeness of people and you might just wanna like step outside and imagine jumping over like i did and i think that's really nice and you have her own bulk need to do that the food was great you know and and entertainment was fun we went to some of the shows and they were really good so i did not get a deal by royal caribbean 'em however i mean we we are into it it is a little exhausting staying when when you're waking up every day the go do stuff but then in the end you know the kenzi had a great time she was at all and twist every night she was partying she's ripping it with other kids she was like the most social my college girl an drake a love hanging out in the casino when he when they didn't realize he was under eighteen in brennan enjoy time with his grandmother period i got a log and it was all it was all good and now i just got home and i get to get into all of my shows and pot news that has been going on so let's first just talk about the crazy weddings that happened this weekend that everybody was talking about well jackson brittany finally got married a brand a pump rules every single girl in the cast except for raquel who is dj james kennedy's girlfriend and billy were were every all the girls were 'em bridesmaids and neither in that group the three of them were not invited to the wedding 'em one of the greatest tables at the wedding i believe was anna nicole smith 'em baby daddy who is of tog refer you've seen him he lives in kentucky i think he lives in kentucky anyway they met at the kentucky derby he met jackson brittany he came to the wedding shep from a southern charm without the wedding and lisa vander pump end end cat and they don't know if you if you is gonna come because of the horrible traumatic here she's had with the girls on real housewives of beverly hills with the puppy gate with her brother committing suicide and just last week her her mother died suddenly in england but she came they went on la la and randall's rans private pj his private jet and they brought puffy k harrison yes yes you heard it here juki did not come he was not invited no i believe it was invited even though he does usually have his own seat so you know if you're paying per seat that would be expensive but he has gotten very sick and lisa ben i believe he has a pacemaker i mean it's one thing that i should not be dressed properly if a wedding this caliber at the kentucky castle but he didn't really feel up to flowing normally you know used a fly a little bit too long of a flight whether it's a private jet out so i think pandora was that aaron all of all of them were there and everyone looked gorgeous and brittany stress i really think now some people don't like whatever no please everybody i thought she was great and what i love is now a lot of pride as you know are doing the the dress for the ceremony and the dress for they party after some people do three more conservative for actual ceremony then the dress for the dinner then when you're ready to rip it at night you go with like a short dress well what brittany did which i thought was a really cool idea it was all three in one dress kind of like lachance thing where she as the seven hundred style at dresses and one thing so she had eight lacy bodice tight mermaid dress that then flowed out at the bottom and she had a you know big long bail a train and she had those little things covering her arm so it's like strapless botas but then on the on these types of you're arms were covered you know even though kyle richards doesn't like cap sleep so should really beautiful then she took off the sleeve part and then took off be train and the bail and then just had like the bottom silhouette floor like dress dress for the dinner then when it was time to rip it she cut off the bottom tool part and then she just had a tight strapless bought a stress it came just above the knee an i thought that was really great and you know some people also say they did they they got everything paid for well i hope they get everything paid for it's on a fucking tv show that everyone's gonna see if i wasn't liquor company if i was a cake maker if i was a floor as this is totally worth comping and giving or who knows if it was copter they got a dealer what but i would think every vendor even if that the fly kentucky to do it would want to be part of this epoch of that is probably gonna be three episodes of the show is gonna run a million times besides sides all the cast doing their instagram and everything so from what i saw the photos and everything it looked really pretty really fun and i don't believe jack's mom went he had a photo for his dad's sitting in one of the chairs which was sweet and you know i'm if i'm if i think we should all be excited to watch it you know on actual show but i do feel there's no way i'm glad they keep people from their cameras and whatnot like you know now certain times when shows her being aired they don't let you take photos and you know it's you're you're time to so i'm glad that they don't take it ruins it i think they realized now people are still gonna watch it just as much as they would have they not been falling all these people you know the people that are following all of you were fans of of all the cast and the reason were friends the catholics watch the shows were gonna watch the show five months from now or whatever when this wedding appears on bravo tv so good good for them and 'em and a i thought it looked really fun okay now katharine mcphee also got married to david foster former husband then of jiji bella deeds mother yolanda foster that was his third wife his second wife was brandon and brennan and brody jenner's his mother who is married a bruce jenner they were he was his stepfather and then his first wife is who has the erin foster west i guess so anyway katharine mcphee she's like thirty three he's sixty eight they got married did not get that much buzz on social media or whatnot but one thing she did right she goes well you know ten years ago i saying i i think somewhere over the rainbow on american idol and now the man who produced it is now my husband or something like that it was a very like a lot of people were talking about awareness of the tweet but she looked beautiful also so got married this weekend was 'em joe jonas and sophie turner who believes in actress but then i found out it was their second winning which i think is really weird because these other jonas nick jonas i believe it's nick shows nick jonas he got married to prey on guy and they had three or four different ceremony so now his brother is on his second ceremony any other brothers been married for like eight or nine years to the new jersey girl they had an each show on for a few years about oh the parents keep showing up unexpected what are we gonna do and i think they're still married so i'm sure she's gonna do like a ten year renewal or something just to keep up keep up with the joneses literally no it's jonas brothers not jones's but keep up with the joneses in some other news okay so is pride weekend which is pride month but it seemed like the biggest stuff happened this past sunday at least it wasn't new york so all the celebrities were there an destroyed just so disturbing to you guys remember and i know you do real housewives of new jersey one of the biggest asshole husbands we've ever seen some might top it but appearing on the show to be quite unpleasant in my opinion as a viewer is the gym mark kaisa an he was married to amber an the cast didn't like him him and he was very argumentative and using their lower a prosecutor something so he's going after joe do dice before he actually went to jail and so nobody liked and for that reason but i guess his son from his first marriage was also named james murder case that he shared on social media that since he's come out as gay his father and stepmother amber have disowned him and will not pay for his college as he started go fund me which you know most of the d most of that obviously was outcry in that you know what kind of parent just disowns her child for their sexuality in this day and age it's really wrong it's really hurtful but but then other people were saying okay that's awful but you know the kid drives a range rover should really be having a go fund me a lot of kids have to pay for their own college but clearly there was something related to his sexuality and why now the dad wasn't gonna pay for the school so in some more research with that answer i read in blogs and posts and social media news says the officer said we have no problem with him being gay we had a problem with his perverted friends that were coming around and we feel were causing a threat to are younger minor children but jim murder case of the husband has made racist tweets and gotten a twitter war with michael church in who is lance bass his husband they've gone back and forth on twitter says during be 'em whole thing with kevin hart that kevin hart said very derogatory tori tweet over ten years ago you know and i you know the story about making some what he thought was a joke about what he would do if he found his son was gay because of that treat being dug up you know many years later ten years later he decided to remove himself from doing the oscars because of the hate he was getting or you know and then some people forgave him and he has since changed his mind in but just said i'm gonna take a break from it but during that controversial time jim did tweets about you know no dad wants her son vj it it ruins family that's you know changes the whole dynamic it ruins holidays you're like shut up a hashtag liberalism liver liberalism is a mental disorder mean so anyway just you know he's showing his true colors on tv on social media it's very sad you know especially being pride weekend but you know i mean how someone wouldn't want a relationship with their child is just unbelievable to me so but so not surprising that disguised turned out this way i mean you really we really saw his character on the show and it's really proven to be that case many many many years later so you know when they say it's editing and whatnot and i really think we do see people for who they are when cameras are following them around for a few years speaking of which jim edmonds husband to meghan king edmonds real housewife a oh see he if you remember the story i talked about it till she feminine suffer a couple of years they have a a girl and twin boys she is the third wife there's those kind of rumors about him being you know being that it is his third wife and there'd be social media rumors of him flirting with people or whatnot anyway he i guess headed a dm and then a a twitter i'm at texting relationship with this woman that was inappropriate that involve naked photos it all about revealed through a blogger meghan been confirmed it cetera heart was broken said she didn't think she could trust him anyway she posted a photo of them in san diego and said he's not say but that's why were in saint sandiego or something pretty much the response is you know who she's got three little kids and if if in fact it was just texting sexting i guess she's not ready to throw in the towel yet in you know just if you feel badly sadly for her and then you leave your life in public and you really do have to address the stuff you have to dress it when it goes bad you have to address it when you forgive them and have a bunch of women not agreed should forgiven you have that's what you that's what you're paying the price to do people people 'em so hopefully they'll be okay speaking of which the car dash ins is now showing the one of okay so next sunday is a final the last night sunday we got finally see what they've been teasing all season which is jordan woods kylie's best friend and roommate and pseudo at to stormy what happened when they found out that she crawled up on tristen in baby daddy to chloe's baby trues lap an made out with him you know and so it was pretty good because they're taping the show and you're seeing how all the girls are talking talking and they're all merging in on one phone call wild kim with about her confessionals and it really kind of reminds me of the instagram's where a kyle out of my show the male kyle 'em how he does these impressions of all the girls talking to kaitlin and how they're all four people in face time and it really felt just like that but it was very sad 'em and you know and a and then meantime chloe's didn't seem that upset but then in the next episode we see her really kind of freaking out i think she was in shock in the first episode 'cause it's only a couple of days in but the way they did it is the episode started in chloe's talking about how she's gonna add a gym onto her house and she says right to jordan you know anytime you wanna come the trainers will be here you don't even have to go to the house walk through the house you ought to be here come around the side gaito sent you look down the street kylie and even kim when it all comes out because i mean jordan was supporting her entire family on what kevin kiley had given her any job opportunities that chloe gave her as a multitude american so editing of that they really emphasize that and how you know how they heartbroken they treated this girl like a daughter like a little sister 'em but of course they're gonna have closed the front of employees back and says look we nutrition who trust in was we knew he was a cheater but she kobe says one conversation i don't believe anything preston says anymore he says he will tom lack i'd be like i don't believe you are you wearing a mask and i thought that was kind of interesting that she said that so it's pretty i would say if you don't watch kardashians it's worth watching the last two episodes especially if you libs through the social media an unfolding of the jordan i dunno what jordan's doing now i don't i don't know if anyone's by her eyelashes i don't know if she's still posting on instagram but apparently she without a nightclub recently in kailua theron witnesses said they approached each other's table and they i think it's really sad you know but kelly seems to have moved on with some of their best friend she has another beautiful girl named heather and then she's got another blonde friend named stasi that they're taking a lot of photos like a lot of photos where it's just the two of them like it's like how i can't imagine magin going to my girlfriend's hey guys instead of just standing with are right foot in front of are leg which i've been doing since i was four so i look cute and said can you get behind me and they were both gonna just pull are assets out to make them look as large as possible and then just act like were about four could make out and then just look up to the distance take about forty foot photos of that and then will post it with like some filters anyway that's what she likes doing without best friend stuff so she seems to have moved on from her best friend jordan in seems to be doing just fine guys i'm so excited the shows are selling really well so i hope you get on it and go heather mcdonald dot net july twenty six is is that these new york city winery friday night a knicks you get tickets for that they that those tickets are selling very well and it will sell out always has same with irvine improv august sixteenth friday two shows saturday the seventeenth is to shows and they will be taped for my standup special and you've ever been to a stamp special taping it does not affect the show just that you're part of it and get to be part of that super exciting show and the energy is great it's not like going to a sitcom taping where we stop it or anything so definitely go to that one as well and then there'll be alive juicy scoop podcast on the eighteenth sunday alty irvine improv then the rest of my dates are all their heather mcdonald dot net net i'm coming to the tempe improv and september thirteenth and fourteenth at lanta i will be there september twenty seventh and twenty eighth i've got a portland in october i've got thousand oaks october eighteenth and nineteenth nashville is the ninth chicago you guys my favorite november twenty second in chicago i've got a couple of shows they're alive juicy scoop is well boston washington dc oh this is heather mcdonald dot net get your tickets now at now the real housewives of beverly hills well i'll tell you what's going on baby were in provides france glam squad walking around it offend you jacket only there'd be berated right smack jane here by drunk teddy and disappointing kyle you know yes teddy in colorado wasted off of free rose they add a wine tasting and basically told erica jane that she seems like she doesn't enjoy them and erica jane is i mean out enjoy you i've never enjoyed women at all but you guys i do try to kick me off the show what do you doing that's basically what she says not in so many words tiny wakes up hung over with anxiety feeling like a piece of shit she apologizes and eric except they go back to allay an have dinner and and denise shows up now denise house who saved but it's you know damage with smoke you know seeping through the walls and on their closed at of course camille is house is on livable and then she has a beach taciturn construction on the house if she lives in everyday is gone it burned down and you know camille is in a place and she's being totally fucking beautiful out you know honest and she's like yeah and then david my new husband he goes oh are ski ski boats were burned i think it's new ski boats i'm like dude really ski but i mean i don't have anything i go to a second hand store and get a burglary jacket it from like thirty years ago and they're like well you're in luck because at least here's lisa renna qvc she quotes for you a communal oh well thanks lisa renna thanks meanwhile streets absolutely flabbergasted in stressed out because i pebble beach by to reach now she's saying at leader or apps like short for athletes athletes show where is going be in the window of kitson in beverly hills mind jew and of course i get that and i don't like the window there's these little goals people that don't have suit zone and i have to get in there and do it and pk is there and i'm like when when is it not always i just fixing it it's like how many fires still after put out no offense camille that was like the funniest part of shell anyway 'em they're a little put off by camille complaining because you know she is a lot of money but i have wealthy friends who've lost their home and it's just a really weird feeling because i know from my friend that you know she lost all her kids photo she lost everything doesn't matter you have insurance it's a really weird thing you wake up in the middle of the night you think about just the little things you're favorite lip balm they kept and you're you know nightstand think strange things like that are gone you just literally don't have anything or any place to go to and gather yourself an you know we kind of went so i prefer that i feel really bad for camille so they go to the beverly beach drury kits and thing and they look at it and camille like someone's like oh my god it's genius street it's genius income like a genius i i don't know that i call it genius and they took it off it was just like a garbage bag of so they sit down for dinner an rana's gonna about the pink elephant in the room which is really really camille you say that lisa vander pump should've gone you're wedding get you left off the hook in the people magazine article well i mean you're right sometimes i'm just i'm just too nice i don't know i just i i wasn't you know i guess i wasn't being totally honest with her yeah you know remember when kyle said such camille so causing either she could be the sweetest thing in the world and be so nice to you or she comes right out you there's no middle ground width camille so then treat says actually camille there is something that i wanna talk to you about lisa renna told me that you haven't been saying the nicest things about me oh okay so we're gonna go there now i mean actually should pitcher house burned down but i mean now maybe we will so they all start saying that they've heard the cheese talk shit about an teddy goes yeah i mean it just kind of concerns me like when i hear you talk about other people behind their back like what he's saying about me behind my back well i now i mean i guess that said thing but how did you said something behind my back well maybe you have it no i said it to face camille i say if you're face okay teddy i'm she faced i'm a flip flop her and you're no at all but okay fine then and then drako's well i just wanted to just now what exactly well i'll tell you but i know that you you know i know that pk is having trouble but he said that he's had to declare bankruptcy are you talking about camille why are you bringing that up but i just i know things that i could say right now but i'm trying to protect you but you're forcing me to say them that my good friend is suing you guys because pk owes you lots of money my thoughts are you a small camille how you bring that up well they're all being quiet because erica jane you know hey burned asu business my husband's a liar we silly gets it that's what happens baby end kyle has had her real estate thing go on with more murray seo and they don't want it on camera they don't want the lawsuit talked about it on camera because that puts paulie three reid in jeopardy of saying something that you shouldn't say or whatever so they all think that camille is really hitting below the belt and they say that an denise comes and says first of all can i get a castle migos meet please he is a double things hey camille come on i mean you don't talk about that you know you just like wow i mean i'm bummed out to i mean i know you're in a bad place but don't bring a pro lawsuits lawsuits and stuff come on man like chill out and you're like oh really really denise you didn't lose you're rented home okay i lost one of my homes and i own so i'm really sorry really sorry i didn't wanna bring it up but if you're gonna come at me i'm gonna come right back at you and i'm gonna ask the hard questions but 'em according to the fan and the juicy scoopers they they kind of love that camille pointed it out and they said you know why do we have to suffer through the spring season when there was all this juicy shit going on hey you know if i i do think it puts people in jeopardy talk about the lawsuits on camera and it is their husbands business and that's when lisa run it goes i don't like that where that camille brought up pk it's like really cheap the husband's out of it really find a way to rate in the bathroom really surrounding you think i think in the three of mind you so little hypocritical but hey lisa renna win kim goes let's talk about the husband dog you talk about my she smashed the glass so she believes it you can't talk about their husband one when she was saying we're doing coconut mathur i guess maybe she just went three and not pk shouldn't say with pk doing coke in the bathroom so maybe that's what made okay they've got i think one more episode and then the reunion and again i've got my juice the skipper betsy making the gal owns the lady so i'm pretty excited barbie theater will becoming back i wanna thank you guys for everything and don't forget to subscribe to patriotic on patriotic i will have extra juice about the trip about what's going on in my life and i always have a great friday episode at patriot dot com slash juicy scoop that is the support that i'm getting to fund my own special which will be taping at the irvine improv on august seventeenth that will be first released no matter what to my patriotic pete because

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"Daily Detroit is brought to you by the community support our work at Patriotair dot com slash daily Detroit from Detroit's largest art object official building this is your daily Detroit for October Eighth Twenty nineteen I'm spend gossips and I'm Jerry States we've got a slew of stories to catch up on we'll see you around Detroit Tom Sixty one dollars an hour no and in fact healthcare is one of the issues that the two sides are arguing over on the union unionized labor costs nationally range about fifty dollars an hour and so in the highly competitive auto industry this is pushing GM to us more often side the U. a. w. made major concessions during the last contract and feel they need to get at least some of those back the UAW pays a very low percentage of their healthcare and build a new battery plant near Lordstown Ohio where it shutting down a vehicle assembly plant if true that could mean that both plants would be shuttered and the the UAW training centers funded by both GM and Fiat Chrysler could be restructured with higher financial controls by the automakers and lower structural costs those training centers have figured large in the ongoing federal investigation into embezzlement at the UAW the stalemate idling fifty five facilities is latest is that all three Detroit automakers are apparently using the national joint training centers as bargaining chips with the UAW the Detroit news reports that stick talk overly optimistic talk from automakers but I think most experts agree that it's a long ways out yet before before autonomous vehicles is is ready ready for primetime in the meantime for GM one of the few areas they can actually control costs and a global integrated supply chain is Labor labor cost compared to other American workers and we're talking single digit percentages here and that's another area where GM would probably like to get some savings and the technology you know to build new vehicle platforms retool plants and everything I mean enormous cost and then also you know factoring autonomous vehicles which are a little farther headlines including seventeen thousand right here in Michigan alone the UAW said Sunday that GM rebuffed its proposal and intern offered a proposal the union had previously rejected there's also report from W. Xyz that GM has backed off on its proposals to build a new electric pickup truck at the Detroit Hamtramck plant likely to drag on as both sides have major issues they can't seem to give ground on you know there's a lot on this tables fan electric vehicles are coming and W. wants more of those temporary workers to become permanent to make this even more complicated than it already is lurking in the shadows is an active federal invest according to the Center for automotive research run sixty three dollars an hour at GM sixty one bucks an hour at Ford fifty five bucks an hour at FCA and non so I think we're starting to see some advances in battery driving range and things like that autonomous vehicles is a little bit more of a crapshoot I think there's been a lot of optimism are these electric and then autonomous vehicles coming or is it still a guessing game well electric vehicles are very much here already I mean they're still very small part of the overall the free purports that GM may even want to close its joint training center on the riverfront and sell the building and its property to a private owner factories and temporary workers and its rivals and to be cleared the those figures include a healthcare benefits which should drive up those costs and this isn't workers from companies that supplied parts GM autos players in other words you know meanwhile the UAW workers are on strike are now having to make do on just negation of union officials and plus there's the whole ongoing economic impact of the strike which is now in its fourth week the Detroit news reports that again yeah they're gonNA need far fewer components fewer workers to put those together and plus there's a huge cost that I mean all automakers are facing to develop electric vehicles two hundred fifty dollars a week in take home pay which is you know try living on two hundred fifty a week I can't imagine that's easy you know I will point out here that now a little more farfetched but they're coming in everybody's you know working on them and wants to nobody wants to be late to that so do you think anybody has a good handle on the win Win General Motors reported two point four billion dollars in profit in just in the second quarter alone right they're going to release their third everything and you know all because you know they're they're working for these publicly traded companies that answer to shareholders into Wall Street and have to keep their earnings up you know they're under pressure order results at the end of this month but they've already said that their third quarter deliveries were up six point three percent so sounds like things were good but you know what seventeen thousand uaw workers in Michigan are involved in the strike against gem and that as of the end of September there were thirty five hundred unemployment claims from people who were laid off grocery outlet and blink fitness workout facility both of which are expected to be opened by the end of the year it's also connected by an enclosed glass wall eighteen parts per billion county officials say they're working to find the source of the problem and the Oakland County Health Division is working to get these cities in compliance usually market in the United States although there larger overseas like in European countries and China and stuff but you know that that technology will certainly advance ought of money I mean fifteen dollars sixteen seventeen dollars an hour is not a lot of money Those jobs are stressful. They're repetitive I mean they need their healthcare each European and carrots and other vegetables to kids look I think this is great news I mean in all seriousness I think professional basketball belongs back here in speaking about the children you know this is the place for kids to be open this up for kids in if there's any kid listening I just WanNa remind seeing the numbers of course you know I heard somewhere recently a comparison between starting auto workers in in the assembly plants mix somewhere way to the new thirty-seven Million Dollar William Clay Ford Center for Athletic Medicine Henry Ford is the Pistons Official Sports Medicine Sponsor and provider field lead has exceeded acceptable levels closer to home the Oakland County suburbs of Birmingham and white lake were found to have select samples with lead levels above fifty moved into their new practice facility and corporate headquarters in the new center the team marked the opening of its news ninety million dollar four story facility when you come here have fun you have a good time but then when you go home I want you to work hard for future in go live your dream this doesn't affect all homes we'll have some links to resources in the show notes do the Detroit Pistons are now is fifteen dollars an hour plus yes so you know it's it just sort of brings up like this troubling trend of jobs of the future you know I mean that's not a lot Armsterdam and second avenue on Monday it's the largest practice facility in the NBA The one hundred eighty five thousand square foot mixed use facility eh gets into drinking water through the corrosion of materials containing lead in the water distribution system and plumbing there are water filtration kits available and it's important to note that the new facility will also allow for youth basketball clinics health and fitness programming in Pistons Academy Basketball Programs Here's Pistons owner Tom Gores also serves as the team's headquarters other features include a broadcast studio and interview rooms three hydro pools and Cryogenic Treatment Systems Award winning chef best known as the former owner of the rattlesnake club the eatery serves only high quality beef and seafood no pork with gluten love me some cryogenic treatment jer and the franchises three NBA championship trophies which are on prominent display for the public there will be a plum market have you know motions and everything you know and we're in the future where it's like you know jobs are becoming more and more like repetitive and just and stressful the pressure's on the city and I see people playing in the streets playing in the yard it's it's basketball man yeah I mean this has a potential to really connect I think with ordered a coordinated to deliver you may have heard stories about lead in the water up in flint it made national news but recent testing has close to sixteen to seventeen dollars an hour which somebody said somebody pointed out is pretty much the equivalent of what you get paid in an Amazon fulfillment warehouse because the floor and Detroit I mean which is not to say that there aren't fans and players out in Auburn hills in the distant distant suburbs out there of course there were for when I drive it will be the blue and red tower in celebration I think through the end of the month another one of the food stalls inside the Fort St because you know especially in the auto plants because it can be pretty difficult wears you down as somebody who has a lot of family there've been in the UAW it wears you way down with a lot of overhead work and the repetitive America that's right despite our urban farms and large open spaces were not actually all that environmentally friendly with our actions this according the anybody else tell you that your dreams not possible in remind you as a little boy from flint I mean crazy that I'm up here and don't forget kids in the city here in Detroit and hope provide them with another positive example pot positive role models and show them you know like a positive news reports that its last day in business at Fourth Street Kelly will be Sunday October thirteenth lucky is a concept from owners Brian Record Jimmy Schmidt the James Beard l. off the beaten path I I just know that they've had a lot of a lot of challenges over there according to a new report Detroit is one of the least green cities in into Wallet Hub Detroit Ranks Ninety third out of one hundred metropolitan regions we rank purely for number of commuters who drive alone are and it's good for the community and it's good for the team right those are future fans that are going to be more rabid about what you're doing and I gotta say this though because you mentioned this before early in downtown Detroit says it plans to close up shop lucky noble barbecue had always planned it's time in the food hall as an incubation period the Detroit elodie greenhouse gas emissions person lack of farmers markets and median air-quality according to Wallethub the most green city is San Francisco California series the CBS production is based on commes New York Times bestselling book a higher loyalty truth lies and leadership filming will begin in November the path. I think it's going to be really key for the Pistons to sort of you know make outreach and expand or youth programming options to kids in the city and I hope they do that frankly has completed a epic fifty two week run of Tequila mockingbird on Broadway without missing a single performance daniels is also a founder of the yes I know this is this is Detroit for you and the one thing that is interesting though is that the Fisher building will not be the Golden Tower of the Fisher building eateries to defect from the Food Hall leaving the Filipino foodstall es La as the lone holdout from the original four lucky will continue to operate as a catering and delivery weet an allergen free ingredients and I just gotTa hear that Allergen free thing it's more and more of a thing nowadays it's the latest of the galleys four originally Ford Road and the shoulders will also be widened if you're interested in knowing more in person m dot is holding a public meeting next Tuesday October fifteenth at four PM my wife took our kids out to an Apple Orchard out mccomb county last weekend and we were driving up Van Dyke to get there and I was just this is not the fear of like the permanent farmers market a Michigan actor will play controversial former F. 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Had James Comey in a new TV mini for three weeks for emergency repairs starting this Friday night at eight PM specifically the westbound I ninety six rams to northbound and southbound m have not been there you I I've step stepped in but you know it's kind of hard to go there if you're not working in the immediate downtown you know it just kind of you got it hygiene products for I support Girls Detroit the Organization Helps Women Experiencing homelessness so if you can lend them as you've got Royal Oak and you've got Birmingham and I think there's one in Grosse Pointe and there's a couple of pop ups but you have to know when they are there only a few hours it's not like there's a culture major holes in the bridge that needs to be fixed before winter x a this is just going to keep coming in it let you go on to let you know that this month canine to five in Detroit and Ferndale we'll be collecting new and gently used bras along with feminine the exact home when meaning which channel it's going to be on for the series has not been decided although Daniels has a variety of roles on and offscreen to his credit he just nine Southfield freeway will be close as well as a northbound and southbound M thirty nine ramps to eastbound I ninety six turns out M dot says there there's applause market coming you know what that might mean what's that a Mo- it wont Amoah Champagne Vending Machine within walking distance of this very studio goodwill wonders never see act the fifty million dollar project will run through fall and impact Northville Livonia Plymouth and Canton Bridge improvements will happen between six mile and EH summit on the park in Canton and other late breaking and more immediate traffic news too busy ramps at the I ninety six thirty nine interchange are going to be close business will look for a new location for a standalone restaurant forgery galleys taken it on the Chin little bit lately I guess

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Are You Ready to Make Financial Progress?

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

50:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Are You Ready to Make Financial Progress?

"The ip's i'm gonna share an article with you. It's going to give you four questions to ask before you refinance. And i've got an email in from a listener. She's a single mom. She's got forty five thousand dollars in debt and she feels as if she can never crawl out of this whole. What does she need to do. I need to connect with her and talk with her. She needs a dose of hope power. Welcome to the chris hogan show home of everyday millionaires. I am chris hogan your host be. Ip's this is your show where your life and your money take center stage and never forget that it is your life. You gotta take charge. Well i'm excited to be back with you. We've got a great show lined up and we've got people that have real questions and we're going to give him real answers because what we need is to have the information so we can follow the plan and stay on the path. Let me say that again. We need the information so we can follow the plan and stay on the path that path should be leading you to high definition dreams. And if you're new to the program. I want to welcome you. And thank you for tuning in but i'm talking about seeing your dreams and high definition you know like that high definition. Tv that you've seen or maybe you own that you can see the picture and magnificent brilliance. You can see details you can see all the nuances and it changes the way that you see things the movie that you've seen forty two thousand tonnes for me. It's tombstone i love that movie At but but listen watched it. In high definition i was able to see different nuances of bet movie and really enjoy it all over again. So just imagine the dreams that you have buried down in your head or buried down in your heart. I want you to bring those things out. And i want you to see them in magnificent brilliance. I want you to picture yourself taking that trip. I want you to picture yourself doing the things with your family or your spouse. I want you to picture yourself. Live and your dream and once you see at crystal clear. I want you to dial in and really start to understand what it's going to take for you to be able to achieve them. That's what this show is all about. Yes we talk about money. Yes we talk about building wealth but most importantly i want you living your dream so it's really important for us to tap into them and by the way if you are married i want you to make sure you get connected with your spouse and you share in those dreams together hop over to my website. Chris hogan three sixty dot com and do your iq. The retire inspired quotient. That's gonna help you walk through the dream date. How do you begin to think about what it is you wanna do but also how do you talk to your spouse or if you're single or newly single i want you to connect with a friend or an accountability partner and really start to share this information and talk about it. What's amazing is is when we talk about it and we bring it out talk make it out loud you start to see a differently so don't just keep it to yourself. Share it with someone that you trust and more importantly start working plan. That's going to help you to achieve it. Well you all know. I love finding information that we need to talk about as a group but at the same time you all might find things that might tend to give me a little riled up i mean especially we got a lot of stuff going on in the world today but when it pertains to money or i really want you to share that with me so if you bump into an article that you go. Oh it's going to need to read this or we need to talk about it here on the show. Send it to me. The email addresses asked chris hogan three sixty dot com. Just feel free to just ford that right over to me. We'd love to get it and as always you send us an article that we use on the show. We will give you a proper shoutout but this one is An article that is from The chris hogan show production team They bumped into this and this is something that we definitely need to talk about because it is a topic that you're hearing about. Oh my gosh. Over the last three months You're hearing a lot about this. And the title of article is the property line for questions to ask before refinancing This is from nerdwallet and the article raises questions about what you need to consider before refinancing your mortgage and mortgage rates over. the last. Several months have been falling and booming And refinancing people are all over this right now but i want to clarify a few things just so we walked through this article and just point out a few things just to be aware of remember. We don't do stuff just to do stuff. We're going to do things to help us make progress and this is really important a mortgage analytics company black knight interesting thing Estimates that almost eighteen million homeowners could cut their mortgage interest rates by almost three quarters of a percent or more now. This is something to pay attention to. Especially if you've been in your home for three years or longer A lot of times people will you know. Buy a home and really just kind of plugged in and forget that they do have the ability to be able to refinance. But i wanna point out a few things by the article and also give you a few tips so we can make sure we're smart so here the four questions to keep in mind before re-financing number one. What's my goal. I agree with that. Here are three common reasons why people refinance according to the article to reduce monthly payments to pay less interest or to do to get cash That's a cash-out refinance. More talk about that when here in a minute. But here's my rule of thumb. You should only refinance if you're gonna save yourself one percent or more on your current interest rate That's a good rule of thumb. We're not just doing it just to do it. We wanted to do it to be able to save money in the long run If you're able to save one percent more been looking at a refinance as definitely a smart move. don't ever refinance To a longer mortgage just to get a lower monthly payment again. That's why the banks always pushed the thirty year and believe it or not. Vip's on the west coast. It's starting to come this way. There are forty and fifty year mortgages That they're kicking around and are available and you know again. Can you imagine thirty. Forty or fifty years And you know people's mindsets they get an payment mindset so they're trying to find the cheapest payment possible not the smartest plan possible. I want us to go with plan. Not just payment question number two. Oh and real quick. Don't ever do a cash-out refinance. Okay don't do that. What you're doing is pulling equity out of your home. Which guess what is sending you backwards and as far as getting close to the finish line of paying it off. So don't pull cash out of your house. Save put make a sinking fund. This is just where. I'm saving into a money market account toward whatever it is. If you're looking to major home improvement. They call him capital improvements. This is where you're adding offense for safety or adding a swimming pool. You're doing something to add value to the home. Don't do don't don't do a cash out. Refi you're going to start to see a lot of mailers a lot of ads on tv that talk about how easy and quick it is. Of course they make it easy They want you to pull equity. They want you to stay in debt as long as possible. No we've got a plan and that's to be debt free question number. Two is my goal in reach. Once you identify your goal figure out where the re-financing is the right way to go about it. The best way to do that is to sit down and talk to someone not at the bank necessarily or at the credit union. You want to talk to someone that that understands your goals and has your future in mind. I would add that it might be a good time to reach out to a financial coach To sit down and talk with them. You can find out more about financial coaching at my website. chris hogan three sixty dot com And really be able to talk to an objective third party to find out what makes sense for you. The third question the article raises. How will the new re-financing fee affect me know. Hear me with this fannie. Mae and freddie mac kept slipped into a slipped in an extra refinance fee on conventional mortgages conventional mortgage is just means a regular mortgage but they're sliding in fees. We gotta watch him here. It raises interest rates on refinances by one eighth of a percentage point. Now that's not a massive amount but remember when you're chasing down dreams every little bit counts so we need to see this clearly and understand what it is we're dealing with. Oh it's annoying but it's not high enough to keep people from refinancing overall. We have to do the math and unpack this other loans. Such as a jumbo loan mortgages these are typically on mortgages of back in my day it was like four hundred and fifty thousand or more it may be higher but these are bigger mortgages. They'll definitely have That fi But listen jumbo mortgages or mortgages backed by the f. h. a. r. v. a. or. Usda they don't have this fee in place but again you want to be really smart. A lot of these loans are not helpful. They're not they have fees they have details. And so i think it's very important to sit down and talk to somebody that has the knowledge so you can see and understand exactly what it is. You're dealing with be careful here. Vip's the number question number four is cannot reach my goal. some other way as opposed the refinancing. You don't necessarily have to refinance the pay off your mortgage early that that that is fact people are have bolted in and gotten more serious than they're paying extra each and every month and you can do that toward the principal each month but talk with the mortgage expert before you make any decisions just so you understand what you're dealing with and getting a clear picture. Churchill mortgage is a company that we have been connected to for over twenty five years They will give you information and help you understand what you're dealing with the most important thing. Vip's with this state focus on paying off that house. Remember the goals not to buy a house. The goals to own bad boy. And that's the key. And so you wanna stay zeroed in and remember. Don't do anything to go backwards. You want to do things that help you gain traction and help you to move forward So that's the article again. It's from nerdwallet The article title is the property line. Four questions to ask before refinancing as always will put a link to this in the show notes and those that are watching on youtube. Welcome and thank you. You can click on the link right below and you'll get right there okay. If you've got a question. I want to hear from you. The number to call is eight. Four four two eight three nine three eight three again. That's eight four. Four two eight three nine three eight three call. I would love to be able to talk to you. And if you've got a question. Email me. Ask chris hogan three sixty dot com all right. Vip's it's time to get to the phones. I need to talk to the people and find out. What's on their mind here. We go first up. I got zachary calling from albany new. York zachary howard your brother i chris. How're you doing. Oh i'm focused and not finished my friend. What's on your mind today. Well my question about time-sensitive debts My wife and i are in baby step two and are paying off our debts in order from smallest to largest however the largest one we have is to a family member and this family member will need the money within a year we start paying out of order or no all right. What type of what dollar amount are we talking about. Zachary right so. I have student loans that together. Equal about sixty thousand dollars and the debt to the family. Member is the largest of them and it's a fourteen thousand dollars. Okay fourteen grand. What was that used for. That was Money that my wife borrowed from her mother to build a college. Oh okay and so. Your wife borrowed that money. How long ago from her mom. Oh that was probably probably like four years ago. Okay four years ago and now the your mother-in-law has reached out and let it be known that they need this money the purpose of repaying so that her younger brother can't go to college. Okay all right. So i got you so we got a role in family dead like is he going on here. Yep okay do you all have the money. We have part of it okay. How much have we have thirty. Five and Yeah we wanna know that. We should Okay gotcha what's your household income buddy odd total fifty thousand but likely climbing okay Yeah without a shadow of a doubt. I mean you want to put this into the top So you can kind of you get that drama out of your life. You know what. I mean You guys think about it every time. You see your mother-in-law or at some point in the visit she thinks about it and it's one of those things where it can just change the nature of the relationship. So i say put this thing to the top Map out a plan b. crystal-clear communicate with your mother-in-law. You and your wife get on the same page and let's think a can we do you know what do we do to speed this thing up You turn lifestyle down to zero Until you get this money and you get paid back and you know you wanted to be crystal clear that it has been you know paid and what your plan is and i'd go from there It'll be really clear that you all do very good accounting with what you're sending and as far as the checks just snap a photo of each check that you're right Or transfer or whatever you do just so you're able to go back and to have a track record of. Hey this is the fourteen thousand. This is the dollar amount that we owe. This is what we're paying at. This is what our plan is. And i think that communication can kind of help. Everybody keep emotions in check. I'll right. that sounds great. Thank you buddy. Thank you for the call. Vip's listen you know typically as you're dealing with the debt snowball and you heard zachary talk about it. They're listening out there. Debt smallest the biggest. They're making minimum payments on everything else in the been making all the extra money toward the smallest debt but they got this family member debt that has now become time-sensitive because they gotta repay and so whenever you deal with something like that. You're going to kind of move that to the top There are two things they will supersede the debt snowball money oh to family right Or even above that the irs So you'll put that at the top and you're going to make that a priority to get it out of your life. Zachary thank you so much for your call. My friend Let's keep on the phones. I'm having fun here. I've got andrew andrew. How are you focusing and not finish. What's on your mind all right so couple of months. I started listening data ramsey show about three or four months ago. I on youtube. When i was at work and i was trying to get through one of my ships on the weekend And yeah no. It's it's really helps shift so getting through the night and months before i started listening i applied for credit card instantly denied Mostly because my mom was trying to talk me into it and You know that. I need to build credit because that's what parents tell you to do You know and so about a year. Also i graduated college a little over a year ago. Graham i graduated with thirty thousand dollars in student debt My degree was in information technology and computer networking so Everyone always tells you. That's a good field. You know greenery or but To start out mine calm right now after taxes and everything is about Twenty almost twenty six thousand a year. I actually just recently paid off About change my birthday was when i did it all so that way. You paid off thirty thousand and student loan debt. Thirty two thousand thirty to look at him. What made you decide to pay it off. I don't know it just. I remember the first time i sent him. My came in and This is before accepting my job. That i have now. I was working as a busboy and You know like. I'm looking for ocean. City maryland is the area and You can make pretty good money was to be there. But i wanted something you know in my career and so I sent my first student loan payment in the minimum payment. And i saw hundred and sixty three dollars go to the principal and four hundred sixty not gonna interest problem You learn math yet. You do so ever since that happened has been paying. I paid a thousand dollars a month to my loans. And then i sold. I had some expensive hobbies. That i sold to make up the difference. And then i've been putting money my savings and when i took all that to pay to pay it off so i went down to like fifteen years my savings but that just made it my life. That's right and here's the deal. So i love your mindset buddy i love that you got focus and you attack this thirty two thousand and student loan debt and got it out of your life. But here's the key you have figured out that having cash is key. Okay and so. I am so grateful that you've got denied for that credit card. You know. I'm so grateful because now what it does is gives you a chance to look at this and realize i don't need that credit card. You've got cash so let me break it down for andrew. I used to be a former banker. And i remember working in the bank and it was the fico score. Everything ooh by cosco. I mean you you you you worship at the altar. you do. What's necessary to take to protected enter. Grow it like it's a child or something but here's the reality fico score measures this. How much debt you have. How will you paid the debt that type of debt you have whether it's closed in or revolving the likelihood that they'll give you more debt seats. There's a theme inside of that and it's debt not wealth so no you don't need a credit card and unfortunately maybe your parents were taught that but what we're gonna do is we're going to learn to get better and so you can hear your mom can tell you that and at some point you can engage in a and say you know what mom that's not around i'm gonna go. I'm gonna be intentional. Make sure i've got cash. I'm following a plan Called the baby steps. And maybe that's an introduction to start to share it with her and make her wear. But i liked that you've stood your ground. I'd love that you got the nod. I really am. I'm going to be honest. it didn't even start you down that path because getting approved for one means next. You're going to be reached out to another and another and another and the next thing you know. You've got eight to ten in your wallet and then you blink and your sixty thousand and debt so you've already got a debt free mindset paying off thirty two thousand student loans. I'm proud of you. I know you can begin. And you're on the path to become an everyday millionaire Matter of fact. I'm gonna to you my book because i'm proud of you for your mindset. Amanda will get your information and we'll get out to you listen to me. Vip's you don't want to go down that path. Some of you know you started twitching. Turn you heard andrew talking about that credit card. Why because it's something that maybe you didn't know i know i didn't. I strolled up on the college campus and signed up for that thing thinking it was gonna make me an adult and what it did was make me a hostage because abbas village idiot on spring break. Okay listen to me. I was swiping and charging burritos and cds. Oh let me educate them. Millennials sees back in the day there was these round things and and they were shining used to have music on them. And that's how we used to listen to music. Believe it or not you had to physically put it in almost like a dvd so same size exactly what it is. It was a dvd music. Just fyi just helping people understand. Gotta teach the but. Here's the deal. I was an idiot is run around swiping up and next thing you know i had three thousand dollars on this credit card you wall and it took me over six years to and get that thing out of my life and it was one of the things i wished. I'd never known. I wish i'd never gone down that path so for you people out there that don't have it. Don't go down. That path just talked to someone with it. That's trying to dig out and work their way out of it. It's a web. It's like a spiderweb. If you've ever walked to a spiderweb you ever go on a hike and you through by some trees and you get the spiderweb monja and you're trying to get the get it off of you but you keep getting it on you and you keep finding. That's what a credit card is. It's this thing it's just on you and you're trying to get it often. It just keeps hanging around. Don't go there so andrew. I'm proud of you buddy for attack in your debt and get an out of your life. Stay focused brother. You're not finished okay. You know what's crazy. Vip's christmas is just around the corner. Don't look at me like that. It is. I want you to hear me and i don't know about you but here on the chris hogan show on the christmas spirit. I think one of the things. We may do this year's the team. And i may sing some christmas carols An nope that angel have. I'm tell you right now Okay i'll But you know adding singing. But here's the deal over the next few weeks. We're going to be giving away a lot of free stuff and even if you don't call in and win you're gonna we've got something for you This is this is remarkable here. We're having a sale on both of my books. Retire inspired that helps people understand their retirement dreams on a plan for retirement. And we're also going to have everyday millionaires. My most recent book and get this. We're putting them both on sale for ten bucks. Yeah ten bucks each so you can learn how to build wealth as christmas and actually give a gift that helps. You actually can give someone a gift that has hoped tach to it. So we can begin to reset and refocus in twenty twenty one so check out the ten dollar sale. Just go to chris hogan three sixty dot com slash door listen. Vip's is kind of a newer link. What should put this on your phone. Chris hogan three sixty dot com slash door and as always will put a link to this in the show notes. And those you watch it on. Youtube just clicked boop right below. And it'll get you right there. I can't believe ten dollars i'm talk. Somebody that. That's that's that's that's where practically given it away at that price so want you to dive in on it all right. It's now time for. Did you know. I like this. Ragged a chance to give you some new information. Maybe maybe not but a lot of people have asked me about this And especially as they're starting to wake up and look at their situation totally different and that's awesome. I think the questions are fantastic. It gives us an opportunity to learn grow. But here's the digital our pensions networth. You all hear me talk about net worth a few months ago. The team and i am new network calculator on my site I said the team. And i i advised okay. I don't actually do any coding Programming and things of that nature. They keep me away from all of that stuff. 'cause i'm my fingers are big people. I hit a lot of buttons on. It can be dangerous. But here's it is people have been using this new calculator and they've asked us this question. Our pensions apart about net worth so for you young people out there you here on us. I just told you about cds. And now i'm telling you this pension thing what is a pension well all right young people back in the day prior to four one ks. It used to be that if you work for a company for twenty five thirty years or more they put money aside for you. You didn't have to worry about retirement. The company would set aside money for you and so when you retired you would get a dollar amount per month or have access to a lump sum of money that you could then take in invest on your own. You didn't have to worry about retirement. Well along come eighties. And the thing changed and companies shifted and the the burden of retirement was no longer on the company. It was on the individual so 401k's four zero three bs. All of these things became much more important for people to be able to live the retirement dream. So here's the deal. Once an employee retires they get access to the pension through periodic payment or through a lump sum. As i just told you but guess what pensions are going. The way of the dodo bird okay. I'm telling you right now you can google at. That is a bird by the way it's extinct it. They're they're gone. It is very rare that i talked to someone that that is getting a pension. So if you still have a pension. I want to talk about something. I wanna talk about the way that you have to calculate that and what you can do to make sure your calculating that into your net worth now remember here. Now listen to me. Net worth is what you own minus what you. Oh all right. That's the bottom line. What you own minus what you owe and so overall you're talking about it's measuring your wealth so your assets are made up of things like this cast that you're having to bank your home. Your vehicles Your rare stamp collection Or bob's cabbage patch. Collect listen you. You've got stuff okay by the way the cabinets bachelor's listen to me okay. Side rant. They talked about how these things were going to be worth a minute later. People were going to mcdonalds and all these places At wait a minute what what was the beanie babies. I'm sorry those are the beanie babies cabbage patch. Was these little dolls. Freaky looking things by the way it gave me the little bit. I don't know but people sitting on these things now and they're thinking oh it's worth so much money not so fast my friend. Nope they sure aren't so you want to look at things that have value but when it comes to including pension in your net worth. Here's the deal you can only include what you could withdraw now. Okay so if they were giving you a lump sum of three hundred thousand or whatever been yes you you you would roll that over and get that to an investment professional and invest that and now you could count that torture net worth however if they don't give you the option for a lump and they're only sending you twenty five hundred or thirty five hundred a month than you would only count that dollar amount. You're getting per month. Believe it or not. I've heard of state's pension systems failing michigan And having issues So you know you you you wanna be careful and be very very aware But again if you've taken your pension and lump sum absolutely you can calculate it. It's really important and again. The nets net worth is a snapshot of your current with that wealth status. I think it's important because like the scoreboard. Vip's you need to know the score. Where are you right now. So here's the deal get over there To to the network calculator Chris hogan three six dot com slash net. Worth and giving you another link. Chris hogan three sixty dot com slash net worth Get over there and know where you stand right now and you might be saying. Hope you don't understand. I got debt. I got the thing. I know but it's important to have the score. Know where you stand so you can know exactly where it is. You won't end up and that's crucial. So there's your digital hopefully vip's. I've answered the question about the pension At this is a good thing to share with your parents You may not know if they're getting getting a pension or not but sharing the the network calculator it it can really be eye opening for people I've had people that have done it. They go chris. I had never looked at it. And i didn't realize i mean everyday millionaire and it's awesome To for them to have that awareness of all their hard work in their focus over time It's not an accident. And so i want us to stay focused and definitely not finished. Okay you know. I love to get your questions i really do. I love when you call in. I love when you email in. But i wanna make sure that that you all i i wanna see your face. Vip's listen. i'm not able to travel. Like i used to. I used to see the people. And i enjoy it so do me a favor. Send in your video. I want you to ask me a question to see video. I matter where it which way. Okay a man does get all technical. All the stuff in the horizontal and the vertical. Whatever to send me a video of you asking a question if you send it in and we use it. You're going to win a free copy of everyday millionaires. My most recent book. Yep we we get your question and use it on air. You're getting a free book. And so i would love for you to send that. And here's the deal. Take the video. Do it right now. No actually no no finish the episode. I don't do it right now. Because he get sidetracked. I want you to take video. And e mail it. In at ascot. Chris hogan three sixty dot com And we'll get it in. I want you to pummeled the inbox and has just stressed out and busy out. I want you to send on a bunch of question people But here's the deal. I got a question from justin. And we're gonna roll it so i can check it out. See what's on his mind. Hey chris if part of my goal is going to be to retire before a traditional retirement age. Should i be setting a bit of money. Outside of texts advantage counts all along the way for retirement or should i really book this tax advantage accounts. I in no. I'm secure before putting any retirement money elsewhere. Thanks so much justin. Thank you for that question And i love a couple of things number one. You know you want to retire early. Your crystal clear And you have a vision. You gotta dream. You gotta go. I like that. Here's the deal. As as i talk with people and you know we definitely want to take advantage of tax advantage plants. We definitely want to utilize the roth. 401k which is tax advantage because after tax dollars which means the government can't touch it anymore but also 401k's and four zero three bs rich are pretext and yes we'll pay taxes later but it gives you the advantage of being able to have compound growth because you're investing but you mentioned wanting to retire early and i talk about this and retire inspired and even more in everyday millionaires talking about what i call a bridge account. See what you're wanting to do you want to with with retirement money. 401k's rebates things of that nature. You can't touch penalty free until fifty nine and a half age fifty nine and a half. That's when you can access that money without a penalty. Let's back up. Let's say you're planning to retire early. Let's say you're planning to retire at age fifty five well fifty. Five to fifty nine and a half. You've got forty four and a half years That you've got to have to say. Hey what am i. Living on. Until i get to fifty nine and a half. So if you're planning to retire early. I talk about a bridge account And on the bridge account and again it's in the book everyday millionaires but in the bridge account. What i'm talking about doing setting up an an investment fund that you're gonna start to put money in once you have the house paid off right and you've got money coming in. You're going to start to put money aside because you're gonna live on that money until you're able to access the money and retirement accounts so it's called a bridge account is what i call it here in the book If you pick up a copy of the book and just you're going to be getting one for free you can read on it there Again utilizing growth stock mutual funds. Just like you would in your regular 401k. A a smartvestor pro can help you with that to be able to set it up so you understand exactly. Hey what am i looking at by in four years or if i'm fifteen years away or twenty years away or whatever it is it allow you to be able to be clear on what you're going to have to live on and it just again. It just gives comfort in knowing there's a plan and there's a process in place justin thank you again. We'll be sending you your copy of everyday millionaires signed autograph for you and appreciate the question again. Vip's send me your questions via video. Ask it chris hogan three six dot com where to email it. I'd love to get it. Okay here's the deal. Call me number. Call eight four four two eight three nine three three again. That's eight four. Four two eight three nine three eight three would love to be able to hear from you. Talk to you and understand your question or if you prefer email me. Ask it chris hogan three sixty dot com Going back to the phones You'll get to go to new hampshire. I've never been there Kelly how you and doing well. How are you chris on focus and not finish. What's on your mind. I heard different answers to this question. I'm so it might depend on individuals circumstances. But i like to talk through when it makes sense to do baby steps three and four at the same time verses one to do them consecutively. Okay a kelly just for new listeners. Out there tell them what baby step three b is it. Saving door A down payment on a home. Yes it is okay so you got out of debt already right couple recently. Yes how how much did you pay off. eighteen thousand. Oh what kind of debt was that. It was all. Oh my goodness all how. What's your household income. And it's one o seven. How in the world did you pay off. Seventy two thousand and student loan debt making one hundred seven thousand I i didn't have life i. It was a lot of sacrifice was would you sacrifice. Would you give up on you out a lot and travel a lot. Okay you may what what caused you to get serious about getting it out of your life. it was actually thinking about a home It was something that i wanted to do. And i happened to listen to You know one of my first episodes of the dave ramsey show and the color called in and asked the question You know. I have. But i wanna buy a home. What do i do. And unequivocally said don't do that that's right. I didn't do that. that's right. I am so glad that you will not only listened but you followed You follow the plan which is fantastic. I'm how old are you twenty nine. That is amazing. I mean it really is. I'm very proud of you For attacking this that seriously. The sacrifices don't come easy. But hey kelly was it worthwhile. Yes what would you tell other people out there that are staring at student. Loan debt right now. And they're going. I don't think i can do this. What would you say to put your head down. Get some cheerleaders on your side and it will. You'll get there. It might take a long time But you'll get their seventy two thousand and wasn't the total. I owed but it was what i paid off when i admitted to the plan. And and it that's amazing. You're absolutely right. Well here's the deal We all know. Living in new hampshire is not cheap. Okay So what amount of house are you thinking of buying. What your first house range own. I would say no more than three fifty berry. Copy all right so three hundred fifty thousand I and your income of one zero seven. You now have checked that have you. So now the next step for you as you. Well know if you just paid off the debt. The next step is not three b. It's what saving my emergency fund. That's exactly right so that's gonna be the next step just like dave told that caller. Hey you're not going to buy a house right now. You're going to get out of debt and for you wanting a houses what your your high definition dreams. So that's motivating you that's awesome. You've attacked debt now. What you're gonna do is give yourself a big cushion of fully-funded emergency fund of three to six months of expenses. And then from there. I would go to working on saving for the home down payment. Okay so i would after you finish that i after you finish your emergency fund. I would then go to the home down payment. Because here's what i found. Kelly people that are saving for our home tend to get extremely motivated. And they'll look at taking on extra jobs they'll look at doing whatever it is 'cause they wanna get there and it allow you just to put that money over in your emergency fund. So you'll have your three to six months of expenses in a money market account. Baby step three b. You don't need to open up. Nineteen more accounts. Just put the money in their. You know how much is the emergency fund you know how much is home down payment and i think with you and as motivated as you are. You'll get there faster than you can imagine so finish baby step three then do three be then get started on baby step four which is investing fifteen percent of your income Bats the path that i would take that way. It gives you clear targets. Gives you clear start points and in points and you can keep score and know exactly where you are. Thank you so much kelly For and i'm proud of you young lady for attack in pay off that debt And and really digging in at tell you what i wanna do kelly Because you are a motivated individual we have coming up our smart conference With our to me. One of our best conferences It has all of us. As as a ramsey personality team Involve them in the event. And i wanna. I wanna give you that as a gift for getting becoming debt free Will get your information. And she'll get that to you We'll be live streaming that and so you can just be right in your in your place where you live and watch the event And it's a lot of fun. I'm proud of you. Young lady great job. Vip's you know. She said a couple of things. How did she pay off seventy two thousand dollars making a hundred and seven. She said she made sacrifices and submitted to the plan i would say this. Also commit to your dreams by submitting to the plan and following the steps and. She said she didn't travel. She didn't eat out much but she got really focused. And seventy two thousand. Do you know people typically carry around that amount of student loan debt for fifteen or twenty years and here she is twenty nine years old ejecting that out of her life taken back control as you know what else kelly just did. She gave herself a raise. You imagine that you gave yourself raise. You didn't have to go talk to your leader. you'd have to go down. Fill out any forms. You know you give yourself race. Why 'cause you get more of your money that gets to stay with you and now she'll build up our emergency fund. Then she'll build up her home down. Payment spent tastic. I'd be vip's it's now time for panic or a chance to meet you right where you are put on my coaching hat and whistle. And let's get to all right here it is. I got a panicked email from lisa this as the baby. Step two trying to work the debt snowball. I've approximately forty five thousand dollars. A non mortgage debt with twenty three thousand being credit card debt. I was basically living off credit cards. I've cut my budget and on now at at equal in and going out per month. I have enough in savings to pay off the thirty seven hundred remaining on a personal loan. Which would free up two hundred dollars to throw at the next lois with only having an extra two hundred a month to apply. Should i be attacking the high interest rates credit cards instead of the lower balance loans. I'm a single mom so a second job is not an option for me. I do have the opportunity for minimal overtime. Which i take advantage of when i can and of course all of that will go towards whichever alone on attacking. I guess my question is. Is it even possible to crawl out of this whole Lisa boy do i. Do i hear the words. You're using and feel some of the motion. you're feeling i want to answer the last question. i as a single mom you are taking care of kids. You are very intent on driving forward. And first and foremost. I'm proud of you for having that mindset and making that decision your kids legacy is going to look different because their mom is focused. It is possible for you to crawl out of his whole more importantly i would tell you what's possible for you to run out of it and that's what you're doing and so i would say without a shadow of a doubt. 'cause i did this myself personally. Is you're gonna list your death smallest to biggest. I don't care about interest. Rate has nothing to do with the level rate because getting out of debt. Not about math. That's about momentum. It's about you feeling that you can do this. And you seeing yourself making some progress so make minimum payments on all the other debts. Send all the extra money toward that that that small as that and watch what happens you kinda get this feeling in your spirit that it is possible that you can do this. And that's the feeling you wanna have now also going to challenge you. Because i'm your coach and i'm going to tell you that yes working overtime. You can do that and working a second job right now. You're not thinking of it as possible. But i think it is at had people do transcriptions. In the evening. I've had people work at night after the kids go to school from home doing jobs from home doing different things so there are ways to bring an extra income. Will you just want to brainstorm and start to think about it and get extremely creative because you can. So i want you to be encouraged. Get an accountability partner in your life. i also want you to get over Get plugged into ramsey plus A man is going to reach back out to you. I'm gonna give you a subscription to ramsey plus for a year And so you're going to have a great opportunity to be plugged in and again. Amanda will email you this And you're going to have the opportunity to be a part of ramsey plus because the key to that is not only. Are you getting the tools and the tracking i. Won't you plugged into the community. I want you around people that are thinking positive and are encouraging and to help you along your way. Also want to encourage you to hop over there and plug into my everyday millionaire. Facebook group It's important to have people around you. Life is not meant to be done alone. You need people to cheer you on and encourage you but you also want to be cheering people on an encouraging them and you've got a great opportunity to help people see what's possible. Thank you for sharing that with me. I got pumped email in It's just from awesome. Says i just wanted to email you and say that i'm debt free. As of this week it took a little bit longer. Because i was dave ramsey ish. Oh don't do wish do it all right. hold on. I digress absence also. My income started at eleven thousand and doubled to twenty four thousand with the job change. I've paid off about sixty one hundred dollars in a year and three months. The work was hard but it was well worth it. Also the idea that my family made fun of me during this time helped me to realize that i was on the right track. Don't take advice from broke people austin. I'm proud of your body. You made a decision. You got focused and you definitely weren't finished you dove in and you did the things you needed to do. And i'm very very proud of you buddy You're right absolutely. You don't wanna take advice and broke people. It's okay if people are making fun of you. That probably means you're on the right path and the fact that you plugged into its state focused on it and really stay committed to it. I'm proud of you becoming debt. Free great job alright. Vip's listen to me if you're out there and you're going boy i i'm feeling some stress on something hogan i i'm feeling a little panic and like to talk to you. Or maybe you're saying i'm pumped up. I attacked. I paid off credit card while i paid off my car or i did something i know i won't somebody tell me great job where you've got an opportunity to reach out to us. The address addresses. Ask at chris hogan three sixty dot com just put panicked or pumped in the subject line of your email and get it off your chest. Let's talk about. What is your stressed out about or what it is. You want to celebrate. the key as vip's when you send this in yes we get a chance to talk about it on air but more importantly you're also helping other people other people that may be stressed out her panicked about the same topic or something similar or someone that's pumped up your pumped. Compare them on to continue to push forward so we got a great opportunity. So i'd love if you're feeling panicky pumped email me. Ask at chris hogan three sixty. I'd love to hear from you. Okay well you know. We've been talking about leaving excuses at the door. This all started when i was doing my retire inspired event and it was one of the things. My coaches used to tell us And he he. I'll never forget coach. Horning i'll never forget that man the rest of my life he said hogan don't make excuses make place and the mindset around. This is that we don't wanna make excuses. We want to be able to be intentional and be focused. I don't want you to make excuses. i won't you to make plays. And so at the event we have people write down. What's the thing standing in your way. What's the excuse that you're using right now to not chase down your dreams or build wealth and people would actually pull them out And would right on the note and stick it on a door And you kind of see. I've got a whole pile of these things But it was a powerful moment because people were leaving that excuse at the door. Meaning i'm not going to allow that to stand in the way anymore. I wanted to pull out a couple and share them with you. and and really talk One of the about a few of these One of them. Someone said here their excuse for not building wealth and chasing dream financially helping my adult children. Oh you look at this. We got a lot of people that right. Now you've had some adult children that have run into hard times job. Loss illness something that has popped up and his parents. You love your children and you're gonna plug in and you want to help them. But i think there's a difference between helping versus hampering meaning. It's okay to step in to help financially or to guide and and maybe they even have to come back and live with you for set period of time but the goal. Is you want to help them to go be productive citizens and to be adults so want to help them help them leave the nest and be able to push forward and so here seeing this. I think it's also one of the wakeup calls for me in this and the statement is that you know i don't ever want to become a burden to my children and if i don't have my retirement taking care of i don't have a plan for my future. It's gonna fall to my kids that take care of me and i don't want that to happen I love them too much. And i know you love yours a lot too so we need a plan which means we gotta get focus so i appreciate that and that's a learning lesson for a lot of people out there that you wanna make sure that you're helping you so you don't have to burden your children later. Someone else says there. Excuse was not managing time And that's crucial time is absolutely of essence. It's one of those. It's valued resource just like everything else like our money We wanna be intentional with time in. Make sure we're doing what's necessary to help us get to where it is. We want to go and so yes. Time is absolutely crucial. The next one says Yup not packing meals now. Well they mean by. This is not bringing their lunch. They're spending a lot of money eating out They're spending money on food and as who was one of mine. Let's look at it and going being real about the grocery bill or about the eating out and really looking at it and being able to put some constraints in there to be able to redirect the money toward where. I wanted it to go and in realizing that i was helping the restaurants become rich instead of me building wealth and so being able to bring your lunch you may be able to redirect gosh a couple of hundred dollars a week maybe toward debt or toward its savings or toward investing and it allows you to be able to take back control so leaving excuses at the door. That's a wakeup moment. It's one of those things you look at it and you go. No i'm gonna be real with myself. And as i said whether it's financially helping adult children not managing time or not packing meals. I want you to identify what standing in your way and as you make that decision to see it for what it is. 'cause you wanna be real with yourself. Don't try to fool yourself. Look at this get real and identify what is standing in the way of you chasing down your retirement dream. What standing in the way of building wealth and being able to see this crystal-clear will allow you to make a decision. The ip that you can say you know what no more. I'm going to begin to take back control and get more serious than i've ever been before you can do this and i'm here to help. Well listen. I want to thank all the callers for taking the time to call in. I appreciate you. I want to thank all the people for emailing in For panicked and pompton send in your questions And justin thank you again. My friend for the video question. I want to thank all you listeners. Tuning in without you. We don't have a show. And i want to thank the entire chris hogan show production team for making things happen so until next time. Don't make excuses make progress if you want to hear more from the ramsey network. Check out the christy wright show. Hey all i'm christie right. You know it's so easy to feel stuck. You live life just going through the motions doing dishes. Doing laundry carpool lines and a whole list of commitments. That bring you know joy we say yes to what everyone expects us and we have no energy or time for what we want and let's be honest most of the time. We don't even know what we want. Why do we live like that. God certainly never called us to you know. I believe that the life god has for us is bigger and more amazing than any of us realize. That's why i want you to check out the christy wright show every week we will fire you up to break through. What's holding you back and inspire you to create a life you love and are proud of each episode will help you build confidence in yourself. And the god created you subscriber. You listen to podcasts.

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S1E8: Bjorn Lomborg: Fundamental World Problems Are In Better Shape Than Ever

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

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S1E8: Bjorn Lomborg: Fundamental World Problems Are In Better Shape Than Ever

"This is what's ahead hi steve for today's episode is brought to you by u s bank usa bank believes it hard work works and for everyone working toward a goal u s bank is here to help and if you would please rate review and subscribe to the show before i get to the good news from we are in lomborg world is not coming to an end in fact just the opposite i wanna take a quick look at the week ahead here's what you can expect will get usual oil and gas monthly reports on much inventory they have residential sales will be coming out terrible good sales estimates will be coming out but of course the big news will be once again trade the trump administration thankfully is recognizing even though they praised tariffs they're recognizing tariffs aren't good for the market which is why they announced just this week that autos and auto parts tariffs they're gonna be put off for at least six months and they'll try to get the china talks back on track again anytime there's any kind of optimism that we may get rid of these tariffs or at least not go into a trade war the market goes up whenever it looks like we might go off the cliff the market goes down so i think will see some more noise on the chinese trade front but it's gonna be a long one and one thing again both sides must recognize both have to save face if you want an agreement whether it's chinese winning on removing all tariffs the trump administration station trumpeting that they have enforcement mechanisms in place the chinese are gonna by hundreds of billions of dollars of goods and services from the uss primarily natural gas and agriculture products opening up markets both have to be able to go home and say you say i don good now what you've been waiting for your lomborg he's the president of a think tank he founded copenhagen consensus center center and and author his most recent book is prioritizing development a cost benefit analysis of the united nations sustainable development goals rian lomborg is one of those unusual individuals those who can see a problem but not be swayed by conventional wisdom he will acknowledge human beings are because of climate change he brings to this whole debate i rational view and optimistic view that will enable us to deal with these issues and do so in a way in which we can also deal effectively with other issues such as a poverty water malnutrition and the like and i think as people realize that we don't have unlimited resources and we do have to make choices will then i think it's gonna be a wave of the future we can get the best of all worlds you wanna thank you for joining us it's great beer one of the things that you make a point of is that despite all the problems in the world were actually getting better off overall up can you walk walk us through that start with for example extreme poverty we don't see the headlines each day hundred and thirty seven thousand people climate of extreme poverty first walk us through extreme poverty and then they other measures that actually things are getting better in many ways back in eighteen twenty we estimated more than ninety percent of all people were living in extreme poverty that is less than a dollar a day a just a couple of years ago that number one for the first time in human history below ten percent so we literally gone from a little when ninety percent were up to a world where ninety plus percent are not that's an amazing achievement you also a made i've made mention let's talk about longevity first infant mortality and then a longevity when you get past the childhood what you call the lifespan inequality a shrinking first more an infant mortality we've gone from a situation where average life expectancy of an infant born in nineteen hundred was about thirty years of age to day that number is about seventy one years we literally more than doubled a lifetime on this planet now i should point out a significant part of this just because we match to a tackle child mortality a bill gates slumped pointing out and i think that is really really useful to know despite the fact that we have about the same number of children in the world on a below five in nineteen ninety be well million kids die each year to day only and i put you only inverted commas only six million of them dark now that it's also one of the reasons why you've seen life expectancy increased you still that when you get up in the sixties you actually still see increases over the last hundred years significant increase of ten fifteen years of of life span now in the between the rich countries in developing countries you point out the lifespan than any quality is shrinking as well right what's happened is we seen a dramatic development of more people in the middle class of open indian china and elsewhere have gotten a lot better off they basically been pulled out of poverty and so you look at global inequality you've actually seen a decline in inequality developing countries they're not only catching up with us in terms of money but they're also catching up with us in terms of longevity now a narrative air pollution to a progress is being made both indoor pollution which people don't in the developed world fully realize the extent of that an outdoor pollution talk first about the indoor pollution so so the biggest biggest problem purveyor pollution is indoor air pollution not because almost three billion people cook keep warm with dirty fuels like dominant cardboard would stop they can get their hands on to cook their meals to keep warm in the winter and at night and that means most the hawks in africa and many plays in asia actually are about ten times is polluted as the worst cases of outdoor air pollution in beijing earned a new delhi or in bangkok but actually what we've seen is indoor air pollution problem has gotten a lot less because people were coming out of poverty because chicken out of poverty you're actually by l p g or you buy something that means you don't have to pollute dream doors to cook a meal for the outdoor air pollution the patriots a little more differentiated very clearly in the rich world we have cut our emissions dramatically partly because of conomic turns partly because of environmental regulations in six fifteen eighty five a so around in the medieval times air pollution went up in up in up in london till about eighteen ninety but from eighteen ninety until today it's basically been one long decline in air pollution so what's happened is here in london is now cleaner when it's ever been since medieval times in the developed world they're still making the trade off but we did they're getting rich and yes they're getting more colluded but they're making a trade off that i think almost everyone make but eventually of course they will also get to a point where they say now we rich enough to actually be cost less and you're seeing that princeton's in mexico city and other places where people in our rich enough to say we'd like clean air and water pollution to is getting better right were clean starting to clean up some of these bodies of water well again a in the developed world be issue is very much cleaning up water you could actually go bathe in hudson in new york and that's wonderful and you certainly couldn't do without a twenty thirty years ago and you probably couldn't do that last hundred hundred and fifty years when you're rich you couldn't really afford to worry about also having clean water but much more importantly most people in the developing world is access to clean drinking water and sanitation so you don't actually pollute the water for everyone else and you contribute to a large amounts of infectious deceased and that has increased dramatically so we're now at a point where about eighty percent of everyone has access to clean drinking water an about seventy percent to sanitation that's amazing we much better than what it used but there's still some some ways the go we make a very interesting point on developing countries that a growth initially may leads to more outdoor pollution but the very fact of wealth creation ends solving environmental problems rather than increasing them you mentioned beijing mexico city yeah exactly and an end the point here is to recognize that these are not mutually exclusive it's not you should say oh we shouldn't worry about be environment at all but we should recognize the one of the main ways you could afford to worry about environment is you have taken away the pressure from a lot of these other concerns namely that my kids were dying recently terrible infectious diseases they don't have any food they terrible education you know all these other issues and once you fix those issues and those fixed white growth and i will be happy conomic impact once you get that you could afford to end care care about environment and a very different way make an interesting point about which call forests cover in the eastern united states for example we have more forests now then we did a hundred years ago even though we have three times as many people exactly and that's because actually increase this year house value we know this from a lot of studies if you have a force close to your house it increases the value because people like having pours so we moved away from every resource intensive focus which is also fairly well focus on agriculture and forming a two was a place where we service industry where we have much more opportunity can actually have better environmental quality same time in terms of food would we call synthetic fertilizers actually are good not evil oh totally possibly one of the best inventions we got a with the harbor force matter though is developing early last century a which basically showed a way to get nitrogen out of beer a remember nitrogen is absolutely crucial for plants a we asked me today that this process of getting a nitrogen out of beer and we use mostly fossil fuels to do that underpins tim's about half the world's population so if you didn't have that if you want it to go all organic which also includes not using artificial fertilizer a we basically wouldn't know how to be half the world's population out there some ways that you could do that by basically racing all forests in racing all other areas emigrant lots and lots of lagoons but it would be really hard angry how much much harder time both feeding everyone certainly feeding them with the things would they would actually see now on climate change up you say let's get away from the debate about human made you say it's human made but what we how we responded to climate change global warming has been doing in essence using a lot of resources for very little return first what did the negatives of global warming and then touch on there are some positives and negatives first and the positive than what we do about it sure oh so steve you just took away my whole talking no that's good so so you know fundamentally yes global warming is real an in the long run it will mostly be negative impact so you know they should take place very well known for me copenhagen a we've been built to lives in a fairly cold environment a if you go to another place you know miami a built in a fairly warm climate if you change the temperature i make a colder and make it work both of these places gonna struggle because suddenly they don't have the right infrastructure so we have to adapt are infrastructure that also goes from rising sea levels which will obviously have cost they will be issues so you will have more heat than you will have a probably fewer but likely stronger hurricanes a an they will be cost that's why global warming is a real problem now as you also mentioned there's also gonna be positives certainly some places like princeton's denmark but also russia and canada and many the places where it's pretty cool getting warmer is actually a net positive gesture you have to get more air conditioning but you say much much more on your heating costs likewise when you look across the world there many more people dying from coal decks been dying to keep desk so wild sheep that's will go up we actually expect that more people will not die from cold that's that's a positive and you wouldn't climate put together all the best knowledge that we how about climate change every five years assault a in the last latest report essentially means that impact will be be equivalent of each person around the world losing on average somewhere between zero point two two percent of is her her income now that's a problem that's a little bit equivalent of a one year recession but it's funny go means end of the world and unfortunately a lot of the conversation around global warming tend to protect these a it just topic almost end of the world kind of scenarios and that's not at all what we're talking about we're talking about a problem if you do really smart way to reduce temperatures a little bit by the end of the century but please please please don't do what you want and many others talking about get down to two degrees centigrade or even one point five degrees centigrade first of all it's probably not even doable but even trying to get there will simply mean will end up wasting huge amounts of resources isn't paying you know ten fifteen percent to solve one or two percent of gdp loss is a terrible way to help the future it's a real issue but right now we're trying policies cost a lot at a cheap very little one of the positives and then will get to these huge koss is that the right now global warming increasing the green areas of the world quivalent on north american continent exactly the reality is as she to emissions missions have increased and see to concentrations of increased we're actually seeing more greenstock on the planet an you know just won a sort of surprising point you mentioned that we estimated right now last thirty years we've created greenery area equivalent of b u s a continental you us which is a huge deal we simply may be earth greener that's wonderful a an by the end of the century if we don't do anything about global warming we actually estimated we will have much biomass in the world as we used to have before humans start cutting down anything but again let's also remember this one positive but there's also gonna be a significant number negatives and overall again the negatives outweigh the positives it's great that there's more green stuff but maybe it's not right green stuff it's green stuff we like an certainly it may not be the green stuff that way you lift right now now this gets to the way they're combating global warming climate change today spending literally hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars a year starting with alternative fuels and you make the point that the state of development of alternative fuels seller and win are in infancy you talk about technology deficit explain what we need to do in this is the point i constantly been emphasizing instead of making these enormous promises basically just a constitute a huge amount of subsidy city to ineffective so when women other technologies and basically suppress economic activity from very little climate benefit we should be focusing a lot more on our investments into green energy aren't because if we could make future green energy so cheap that everyone will want it we fix global warming whereas if we can't we will never be able to do more than just tinker a little bit and yeah just spend a lot of people's money and then eventually run out of an give this leads the two things one is what did he what you call energy poverty look at germany electricity costs to the three times e u s in the uk since two thousand and six real energy costs have gone up thirty six percent incomes have gone up only four percent there's a real price here and that's one of the important points to recognize that when you do many climate policies they almost invariably end up hurting the core most an that support and the rich countries so the people who spend a large proportion of their income on just simply being able to pay play gasoline to get to work and pay for their electricity bills pay for cheating their homes their kids don't freeze now quickly go over the paris agreement paris accord where you make the point that spent huge amounts of resources that are gonna have a negative impact even if we did everything that agreement said people we were gonna do in the future mess a waste of resources walk us through that johnny nine percent useless so the paris agreement is really an outcome of the fact that we've been trying to do climate policy or almost thirty years there's now an resale for thirty years why because essentially you're saying could you please promised to do something that's gonna be harmful for europe nation but that would help the world a little bit if everyone does everything they've promised in paris we will cut one percent of what it takes to get to the two degree target which is the higher end promise from the paris agreement so basically will achieve almost nothing of what we promised at an incredibly high cost and unfortunately if you if you do the numbers it properly turns out there for every dollar we spend on these sorts of promises we will end up avoiding climate damage worth three to six cents that's a terrible way to spend a dollar only get three to six cents a benefit we could do so much better if we focused on smarter climate policies in smarter policies around the world you mentioned the need for much called deep scrutiny which gets to you're very exciting work and the focus of a new book on developing countries walk us through first cost benefit analysis and what you did with countries like bangladesh so we basically get the call spoke social economic and environmental cost oh then we look in the same way at what other benefits what other social benefits you know prints inspir vaccinations kids don't die would it be economic benefits but they will become more productive because they didn't happen factions of actually let the trout a you know less brank athletes and if there were environmental benefits they're not in this particular example we also incorporate that basically you've been getting a sense of shame for every dollar you spend how much good can you do it's very very simple thing but it's also incredibly powerful thing and that's what we've done we've both done this called the world and we've done it for individual nations and actually book that you just mentioned was are a attempt to try to help you win better targets they they set targets but the next fifteen years until two thousand thirteen and we try to tell please focus on the very best policies burst of course that that didn't happen you end decided cited to basically say no we're just gonna go ahead and promised everything's everyone all the time everywhere which is of course the exact opposite of prioritize sation sports now happened is the individual countries are left with a situation where there's so many promises out there you're not gonna be able to do all of and you're not gonna be able to eat action so what should we prioritize went back to say let's start thinking about where you do the most good and that's what we did prints for bangladesh tuberculosis is now the biggest infectious killer in the world i saw the number one point seven million people a year and in bangladesh a tb shame to it so that was a priority number one what happened there we off patent drunks to deal with most of the problems there is a huge issue of multi drug resistant sexually cost a lot of money so both in bangladesh and in india it's only about four percent of the people who have tv who have multiple drug resistant tv but because the drugs and the regiment's so constantly it almost takes up fifty percent of the budget what we pointed out was you can very cheaply save a lot of people you we're not talking about saving everyone but you could save a lot of people in a specially the drug resistant people which means they will dramatically lower cost you will save a lot of people in the prime of their life remember tb doesn't typically affect she children it affects people right when they become parents right when they're starting their productive career you confirm very little money doing enormous amount of good v bangladeshi government much to their to their great respect they actually picked up on this now spending more money on dealing with cheapie and doing so in a very effective way that would a lot more people not tv at a very low now one of the surprising things you found in bangladesh terms of a cost benefit was eat procurement having computers a deal with the beds it's when people would bedford government contracts and the like you mentioned thugs which sometimes keep competitors from submitting beds and you came up with the analysis that one dollar on eat procurement save six hundred and sixty three dollars in round loss and preventing corruption and waste tell us about that we actually did a study with four percent of retirement spending a from bangladesh so significant amount of money and look at what impact of of doing euchre german in the surprising thing is it actually did a little bit higher quality at twelve percent lower cost and if you look at that you could probably increases to about ninety five percent of german across bangladesh a government spending that would save bangladesh every year about seven hundred million dollars so firm very little investment you could basically make bangladesh seven hundred million dollars better off a now two years later and much of it has been implemented not all of it and it's not all successful but it certainly is going a great way to watch be much much more effective and again the beauty of cost benefit analysis you start realizing where you have a huge impact at very little cost another area of getting micro nutrients the kids up one dollar nineteen dollars a benefit yeah nutrition is not just about avoiding starvation if you get better stoop to kids in the first two years and actually also nine months before in the womb you could make sure the these kids have much better brains and that means when they get into school even if they get into pretty crappy school which is very likely they will learn more they will learn you're also stay a little longer school and that means they'll end up when they become adults should be much more productive one of the surprises was among very very poor people in agriculture the idea of cash transfers first yeah who who wouldn't want some extra money but they're much more interested in tell us how to become more productive in agriculture instead of just giving some cash well well it turns out to be a much better investment yes to to princeton skip the innovation give them a princeton's better you'll you'll be a righty suceed but if you just get money we have evidence to show it does have benefits and especially if you do well a if you do sort of through free graduation programs where you basically give people a and i believe he did make more money for themselves so generate benefits both in terms of not being as worthy better able to give their kids in education a better able to to take care of their kids health they will actually a in the long run get slightly higher incomes but for per dollar spent the best thing you can get is probably around two dollars back on the dollar whereas if you focus on some of the smarter policies on france and he's getting better grain or better a knowledge you could do two three four and even ten dollars worth of good per dollar spent she could do a lot more good brings us to loan forgiveness sounds very nice you point out that using those resources on better facility is the storage facilities better transport better seeds a huge amount of waste because you don't have a basic storage facilities in places like india much more better return a obviously that politically incredibly beneficial because all the people who had loans will vote for you because they love to not have to pay back the loan the problem is to pull a pardon me it doesn't actually helped really poor because they could not work to get the loans but also because it creates moral hazard basically banks they're gonna be worried that people are gonna try to get loans again they won't actually be able to pay them off but they're hoping the politicians will again forget them it's also incredibly costly last year probably costa india about half a percent of its gdp purchased three states typic give these loans so it's hugely costly and the benefits of probably lesson at all it back at the dollar enclosing why is there such adverse reaction to you're work i know you're hitting sacred cows but the two perations is rather astonishing for something that you point out do the cost benefit now asus it it seems rather clear well many of the places where we can point out here we're wasting money or not doing very much good is where we spend lots lots of money and so for instance on climate there is a huge huge lobby the has already been decided the right way to go is this we talked about put up more solar power and more wins and if you go against that argument you're obviously kissing off a lot of these people if you're gonna help the world prioritize if you're gonna help pointing out where we do well and where we did was well you'll inevitably end up doing some people that's fine this is not a you know electability contest at the end of the day i think you only really indicator or is do we actually end up making a better world and there'd be answer simply is yes because we are spending more on tv we are spending more on some of these very very simple things like impairment bangladesh and many other things in haiti where we did the same sort of works out there now adding food additives so basically iron and folic acid and it's saving a hundred and fifty babies from dying every year at saving a quarter of a million people being naming it very low cost the precedent his wife loved this project and it's now being implemented with usa idee money so again there's lots of sunshine stories but it takes a also knowing some people well there you go so i'm looking at what's ahead for all of the problems ultimately rationality can roll thank you for doing your part to make that happen thank you thank you very much and here's my reader the week a very short piece you could find it on fox business dot com by carl raw the title is five truth about capitalism that are often miss understood she leads off with what is blamed i'm done capitalism is almost always not capitalism particularly the student debt crisis and the health care crisis a brief frayed but in the lightning rain she gets to the point and she will help give you a new insight on this issue but it's gonna be dominating the politico campaign capitalism vs socialism thanks for 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Bitcoin Grinds Beyond $16,000

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:51 min | Last week

Bitcoin Grinds Beyond $16,000

"To call crypto show talking business influx. Jane get everybody. Welcome to the podcast. I wasn't he today for you. Sorry about that. Just been pushing it. A bit hotter can exhaust. Just go to hold them in crashed out coffey selfie. Now i know a couple of nights fred. He's out there in the. He works until he by squeeze full bought. And that's what auditor that yesterday for me. Oh listen bitcoins. good up. Four percent above sixteen thousand six hundred thirty three to three point nine three percent as it stands in the. I'm looking for opportunities in the lower timeframes today you really nauseating market right now. Out of that consolidation on the four pushing on very strong bitcoin. The dominance shot has pushed higher guy. Looked fantastic and look. I want to jump the gun. To of gotta be lincoln it mores but i'm happy with the investments Holding a longer-term. Sialkot regret that at some point in time but yeah bitcoin the big dog. He's dominating market at the moment so thing sixteen thousand three hundred twenty eight. We have cracked that sixteen thousand dollar barrier and we grinding quite nicely. you know. We're not too far from the average. Yeah we could certainly say a pullback but it's a it's a pretty strong market until it's not and for the time bengal focusing on the further ulcer on further upside in two to three point. Five percent we are right now. A theorem look. It looks like it wants to go. Hi it's just haven't been of a hard time today. Currently it's flood at four hundred and sixty three dollars and twenty two cents right now. We'll see how we going to close. But i really really liked to see. Get two new high highs which gets above four hundred seventy eight dollars above their own back into Considering taking tribes. It's just not there for me right now except as down hof set high. Listen of senator thousand times say again we go to get above that twenty six cent mark above there and listen extra pay. We can talk business then until he say that there are. There's not too much for me to be doing. Currently twenty five point four cents down half percent on the day they coin cash needs to get it off to seventy five sixty five. Its up point seven percent right now to fifty eight seventy nor moralists tried to hold onto lot cornell. Lot went on the daily has a very strong candle mccague's it's held and rejected that sort of fifty seven dollar mark few times this week already if we break to dice candle to the outside more at sixty dollars thirty full rotten. We're at one point. Six three per cent of we can get above. What is it sixty dollars and sixty cents than is certainly something there for me to To consider it's not there just yet. It's got to come out of the consolidation. That's there on the four hour if we say that occur. 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1130: How to Stay Motivated With Debt Repayment by Jordann with Making Sense of Cents on Personal Finance Inspiration

Optimal Finance Daily

00:00 sec | 8 months ago

1130: How to Stay Motivated With Debt Repayment by Jordann with Making Sense of Cents on Personal Finance Inspiration

"Real quick we recommend listening to this show on spotify where you can listen to all of your favorite artists and podcasts in one place for free without a premium account. Spotify has a huge catalog of podcasts. On the imaginable topic. Plus you can follow your favorite podcasts. So you never miss an episode. Premium users can download episodes to listen to off lime wherever and whenever and easily share what. You're listening to with your friends on instagram. So if you haven't done so all ready be sure to download the spotify APP search for optimal finance daily on spotify or browse podcasts. In the Your Library Tab also make sure to follow me so you never miss an episode of optimal finance daily. It's a minimalist Monday. Edition of Optimal Finance Daily Episode. Eleven thirty how to stay motivated with debt repayment by Jordan with making sense of sense dot com. And I'm Dan. I'm reading to you. The best personal finance blogs on the web each and every day and today's post is from guest author on making sense of sense. So I'M GONNA keep this intro. Nice and short for you today. And let's get right to the post as we start optimizing your life how to stay motivated with debt repayment by Jordan with making sense of science dot Com. When I graduated from university I had a lot of debt. I paid for my school myself. And although I'd worked every summer and managed to save a good portion of my earnings I still somehow managed to rack up twenty six thousand dollars in student loans. After graduation I bought a car. I wasn't a complete dummy about it. I didn't buy a new one but I did still manage to spend around twelve thousand dollars on a lightly used. Vw Golf. So I went from university student. Making no debt payments to recently graduated Entry Level Worker devoting twenty five percent of her paycheck every month to debt. I had thirty eight thousand dollars worth of it weighing on my shoulders. Then I got this crazy idea that I was going to pay it. All off. This idea came to fruition from the best possible intentions. I knew that my job wasn't overly secure and I didn't like the idea of having so many debt payments to make should I ever lose it? I also knew that I didn't want to be over thirty and still paying off my student loans. I started scheming ways to put more money towards my dad in order to shorten my total time to debt freedom. The progress was slow going at first and still is and I quickly found myself losing motivation. The problem was I wanted to be out of debt now and I didn't WanNa wait three or four years for all of this sacrifice and extra payments to pay off. Staying motivated was tough. But I'm happy to say I'm still on track with my debt repayment. Here's what I've done to stay on. The wagon set goals. Last year was my first full year of debt repayment. In order to stay motivated I declared a goal to pay off seventy five hundred dollars in debt principal. I declared it in a public form on my blog and then set about trying to achieve it sitting. The school really motivated me to throw everything I had at my debt and in the year twenty twelve. I paid off sixteen thousand three hundred sixty three dollars worth of debt celebrate milestones setting yearly. Goals is all well and good. But they take a long time to reach due to this. I also made sure to make a huge deal about achieving short-term goals every time either my student loan my car loan or my total debt owing decreased by one thousand dollars. I would make sure crow about it in my monthly net. Worth updates. Zeroing in on this progress really highlighted the fact that I was making progress and that I wasn't throwing away over half of my total income on extra debt payments to no avail. Keep a debt repayment. Timeline I have an excel spreadsheet that I use to calculate my date to debt freedom. It breaks down my debt owing by month from today until the day. I'm debt free. It includes the daily and monthly interest charges as well as regular and extra payments I make or planning on making this spreadsheet is completely customizable and every time I make an extra hundred dollars from staff writing or my mom gives me a couple of bucks for my birthday. I add that to my debt payments so I can watch my debt free date inch closer and closer to the present when I started messing with my debt. Repayment schedule Spreadsheet it projected my debt. Free Day to be in two thousand fifteen now. I might be able to pull off debt freedom by the end of twenty thirteen. I also keep a separate best case scenario spreadsheet that includes things that I can't really predict with one hundred percents certainty in this spreadsheet I include projected raises tax returns bonuses freelance income etc. This spreadsheet shows me how quickly I could get out of debt if everything works out. Perfectly and motivates me to keep throwing everything I possibly have at my student loans. No your daily interest charge. When I first started paying back my student loans I was paying twenty six thousand seven hundred twenty dollar balance at five point five percent interest that works out to about four dollars ten cents per day in interest charges alone. That's so much money to just throw away every single day. Now it's down to seventy seven cents per day much more reasonable but still a lot worse than zero per day knowing that I was throwing away so much money on interest. Charges is a huge motivator to get rid of that debt as fast as possible. Keep your eye on the ball. The main reason I want to be out of debt is freedom. I want the freedom to travel if I want without worrying about making my debt payments. I want the freedom to quit my job if I'M UNHAPPY. Without fear of defaulting on my loans. I want the freedom to invest my money and develop a comfortable cushion to fall back on instead of worrying constantly that the floor is about to drop out beneath me and my debt is going to pull me under. I want that freedom and making the sacrifices I've made to pay down almost twenty five thousand dollars of my debt in the last sixteen months on a recent graduates. Income will be worth it. I've got thirteen thousand. One hundred eighty two dollars left to go motivation. Don't fail me now. You just listened to the post titled how to stay motivated with debt repayment by Jordan with making sense of sense dot com and. I'll have some comments for you in just a moment but first I wanNA thank better help. 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D. and I have that linked in this episode's description and a quick note on today's post if you're in the same boat as the author and dealing with student loans now might be a good time to refinance. The interest rates are currently super-low with everything that's going on and there's a good chance you can refinance and lock in a very low rate which would save you thousands of dollars in interest payments also because of the current current. Vira situation if you have federal student loans. The interest rates should be zero percent through September thirtieth of this year of twenty twenty. And you can likely pause your payments if you're experiencing financial hardship during this time to That's according to a Forbes article titled How to Pay Your Student loans during Corona virus on the other hand. If you're not experiencing financial difficulty right now it might be a good time to make extra payments on your loans and then for private student loans again. Refinancing might be a good option for you so hopefully that helps and that you do it for another edition of Optimal Finance daily. I will be back with you tomorrow. So see there. The Tuesday show. Where your optimal life awaits.

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BITCOIN EXPLODES!

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

08:03 min | 1 year ago

BITCOIN EXPLODES!

"The show is proudly sponsored by tried to call dot com. The leaders in checklist based trading strategy. Yes, that's exactly how it sounds all teach you a literal checklist. So you can tick off autumns and be decisive very quickly. Get across to try to Cobb dot com, with as a bunch of free content their feud have a look at. And of course, if you're interested in having me, come to your city, click and register for the live events, coming up and feeling fast have a great day. Visit try to call dot com now. Get everybody and welcome to the try to cope crypto show. Well, lost twenty four hours with something you probably won't forget anytime soon. Certainly eight massive move there on bitcoin, and it looks as well, the party started. How much longer is it gonna guy before we pulled back? Well, let's talk about that in this particular shower before I do that. The first thing I want to say is be careful are hot today. Following it. Absolute wonderful move yesterday. Got to stay diligent trade. Well as difference, switch hind to make money and trading. Well, if you focus on the process, well, you probably going to be in a better position than if you just try to make money yesterday, I jumped on an airplane and flew up to a wonderful product called noisome as been boring, the whole time of band. But that's okay. I wasn't actually in the market yesterday trading it because. Well when these markets taught to run the why they have banned the bottom line, is that, you know, you can't catch them you go to white few opportunities. Now, the have been multiple opportunities as we have seen this trend run over the past couple of weeks. Now, if I take you back to the breakouts at eight thousand ninety nine I mean, that was really the point at which we saw that, that dancing, there was Aloha. To alive. I would bounced off of eight thousand now this was back around the seventh of June yet. That's right this month. Not long ago. We saw banging around. I thought I look lot. We might say pullback to sixty six hundred six thousand they'll my words and at the time. Everything looked like it could happen. Then we saw that, that candle on the on the tenth of June and it reversed. Everything all of a sudden we now had a higher low potential, and if would have break that will, then we looked high up, we did break that, that was my entry from why margin, tried long bit mix now is sitting at just shy thirteen thousand dollars. That is a move of five thousand dollars or thereabouts over the last two wakes. It's been a really radical rod to think that, you know, it was early in January that we were sitting down around thirty five hundred thirty three thirty four hundred thirty five. We are now times that higher and bitcoin has definitely taken. Back the throne spaking take back this. Throwing what does that actually mean was look like will currently across the market where dominance of sixty two point six percent now. I haven't seen that sort of dominance on bitcoin for a very long time. We are saying these market Rudy stopped to get a move on. And look, I mean, I haven't gone ahead and looked at the bitcoin. Google analytics on the search autumns and whatnot. But we all know that the media has come back at just like I thought it would just as soon as we can get above ten thousand will probably sit coming back in, and we have done that. So let's get a little walk through them because not rosy, every way is not rosy everywhere right now because very volatile it is banging around, like all sold, and the multiple of number of move is, is it's increasing, so you know, we're not just going forty one forty two forty three forty four on forty one fifty one it was saying big jumps in the market. There's a lot of activity rot. Now the big twelve thousand eight hundred thirty eight it's up nine. Nine point three seven percent. The first of the big big candles. It's a five thousand dollars and we're looking pretty sweat on a theory. And we're sitting at three hundred thirty three dollars at one stage. We saw theory come to a high of three hundred sixty three dollars for that matter. I should also explain that for bitcoin. We also had a hard thirteen thousand seven hundred sixty fully ready. We're closing in on four hundred thousand now that'll be for next job. So we, we have seen quadruple back accustomed. A theory did not a Skype that pullback theories pullback quite quite strongly into that cradles, another night trading opportunity, just that full may not just so there's not a tried that yet for me has pulled back a also sitting at six dollars and seventy one cents. Interestingly, it's down five point six percent while the rest of the market has been surging or at least the big dog, bitcoin theorem, and this is what I made it was saying that the market is not happy across. The board. Interesting another interesting. I knock you saying this an interesting point to may. We have seen the sell off the bitcoin had the pulled back bang. It's popped again that sell off the way witnessed damn many, the alz also witnessed that civil but they didn't partake in the upside, which is very strange anyway, is down five point seven nine percents lumens, again, another be whippy horrible looking Gandel today with down one point eight nine percent, sitting at toll point one cents very ivories of jot up pay. All I want to say it above fifty cents, but I'm going to have to wait. Another day is a forty five point nonsense down. One point one eight percent and did not partake in the surge that we've seen the loss twenty four hours noted like one lucky actually sitting at one thirty dollars. An iky census down three point four seven percent. If you have a little bit, the, like when bitcoin shot, you'll sit at the trend has the, the theme for the early part of the of. A lot went out performing bitcoin will let us totally reverse now. It's really giving back a lot of those gains as I speak, bitcoin cash. Well, it came back and retested full forty. I it was an old level of resistance day was some highs retested that now where it four eighty three forty three we're at one point five five percent as a little bit of a messy looking shot bonnets against USO, tether, pretty much more or less flat on the dice. Eating rod around that thirty six dollar market, again, Nepad, tightening, any is upside of this stage Tron, sitting three point six cents down, five point three six percent pulled back into that cradles line on daily. I will be keeping an on. He's not ready for me to try to just yet. I want the guy and we come back to Kadan cow. Donna did break above ten cents but very very, very quietly and not for very long. We really are struggling with ten cents on countdown again. This is the second time. I've done this hit ten cents sold off heavily all the way down to eight point eight cents. This market is getting Richie pretty pretty or what I'm pretty pretty happy. So guys, one more thing. I want to tell you. If you don't know what you're doing with trading now is not the time to pretend do. Okay, really important you understand that if you don't know what you're doing. It is not the time to pretend if you wanna learn how to do what I do how to do what the members do. Jump on the website and get yourself along. You can do the online courses. You can come in the classroom it's up to you. Get the education in eight guys. We're going to see more phenomenal trading opportunities. Different says you're going to be sitting on the sidelines or you're going to be volved in have now this show is proudly sponsored by try to call dot com. The leaders in checklist based trading strategy. Yes, that's exactly how it sounds all teach you a literal checklist. 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GSMC Social Media News Podcast Episode 169: What Goes Around Comes Around

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

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GSMC Social Media News Podcast Episode 169: What Goes Around Comes Around

"Five our t with caffeine from green tea leaves it's delicious energizing incomes in three amazing flavors with zero sugar and four calories it fits your life with its compact size in portability it goes where you go to the campsite the hiking trail the beach without outweighing you down five our t caffeine from green tea leaves release your natural side from the makers of five hour energy for more information visit five hour energy dot com try five our t today look for five our t at your local circle k door golden state media concepts social media podcast time to hashtag everything we talk about all the fun crazy stories on social media instagram facebook twitter to tumbler probably probably even friendster join us each week as we explore the quirky of social media it's the golden state media concepts social media podcast in denver center when the one that we rely he'll bring you in hello and welcome to the gsm tsmc social media news podcast brought to you by the gsm see podcast network i am your host tight end i am very excited to be joined by be wonderful podcast host sarah low i'm ready to talk about social media stuff oh good good a this story actually i'm i'm kind of excited to share a but it has some controversy but i also think it's kind of cute all the same time so that's how do wish eight trend that has and going on on social media it's not like ice bucket challenge really it's not like any of those strange challenges like i dunno there was a weird one that i shared with like don't missing for forty eight hours that's terrible yeah it's not as bad is that i would say although i'm sure someone on the internet will fight me about that but this challenge is about throwing slices of cheese specifically like it'd be craft american variety you know yeah classic grilled cheese cheese i'm throwing the cheese onto the faces of babies you know it's a meaning you know i think it is kind of but i also kind of laugh it up and they don't know what's going on which is totally why that means but not mean the babies like excuse therapy later in life you know people have said that they said you're taking advantage of someone that just trust you and you're using that would how do you feel about the thing where people feed babies lemons well you know if there if you have a lemon like doing it on purpose is one thing if you if you have a lemon they're reaching for his babies like the taste thing like you're eating the that's a little bit different okay like just doing it over and over again to make them make that face he could video it it's a little selfish yeah i wouldn't do it over and over again but you like one time you know right they wanna tailend male tasty and then they'll be like no thank you yeah i guess that is a bit more the thing is a bit more conflicting i think we've just seems meaner to like slap someone in the face with a slice of cheese like that just seems meaner than like she just went eleven people could like lemon you know you're right some people do my my husband just eats them like in orange yup i knew people who did that or i mean i guess you could say some of those people that maybe i can't i can't can't stop thinking about a that one episode of buffy the vampire slayer with a random guy with the cheese license and he has had once and he says i wear the cheese it did not wear me not buffy the vampire slayer fan young wasn't really like in you're it wasn't now people i knew watched it but yeah that's pretty funny though 'em i guess this is kind of like that you know babies might be able to a just where the cheese a but if you are wondering though what happens when you throw a slice of cheese at a baby face you can look up videos now to find out what happens people suffering cheesier baby yes interesting that's also weird sentence you have to say that i just never i thought i would say yeah honor off a if you do choose it babies a potentially they might laugh and shake it off others might 'em sort of grimace or just stumble around blindly somebody just you know like recoil kind of be a bit in shock but you really probably be confused i would say yeah that's how i would say i'd be confused somebody just randomly came in through peter cheese on my face and yeah true although i really don't like american cheese all that much so i probably like oh it was a plastic on my face right but fertilizer response sadly true i could just be like yeah that's true maybe see ultimate game of peekaboo i also i want to mention that this viral phenomenon has been known as ichi challenge hand on usually it is processed cheese variety of cheese stop with tony allen just like me too much anymore too much you know i actually well i don't know yeah kind of all of them were sort of dumb little entertaining when i watched them from afar yeah that yeah it's i mean we're not all but yeah they're entertaining from from actual entertainment to oh my gosh she's people are dumb entertaining yeah i remember the cinnamon challenge that was blue pretty dumb yeah the tide pods challenge oh well that's that's like a whole new level of i don't even i don't even know why you would do that way just the internet fame but yes this really does depend on who you're asking some people find the cheese challenge funny others do not obviously the internet is not the place of mass agreement really more of the place of mass disagreement so people have been arguing about it on the internet while more and more people have been throwing cheese on their babies bates is also i will say oh i read that according to eater which is like a magazine slash website a the craze started with charles morrow who is a dad in michigan an onto day which is february twenty six he posted eight short video on his facebook page and he captioned it attack of the cheese episode to hey since kind of said he regrets starting this whole thing i believe someone else stole the video and then said they regretted they're the ones who started see i just saw an article which i did not reid because i'm like oh my gosh that's wrong cheat on babies yeah yeah yeah so he he also said he wasn't happy after this one which i'm not sure if he means the baby wasn't happy or maybe he was disappointed in potentially how badly he threw the cheese or the media reaction also episode to so i don't know if that's cheeky or if he actually has done it twice now a but in the video you see there is a baby seated in the high chair you know it's like a sippy cup whatever i and then be slice of cheese get closer and closer to the baby face and then just kind of plans squarely on his face which is amazing how well cheese sticks to someone's face well jesus very sticky oh is it i don't really come in contact with yeah it is i mean you feel it and it just kind of like sticky it is a good choice if you're wanting stick something like you know one day the babies you just throw it back yes just start back on that got face 'em but i also wanna be a piece of cheese has not been identified but it resembles kraft singles but it has not been clarified but you know it looks like in a an really when the baby get sleep piece of cheese thrown on it just kind of blinks and has like a facial expression of like surpri but also king few states last year on his face it like doesn't fall off which again is a anyway two days after that a deep footage was shared a bunch of times on facebook's a man who is using the handle at uncle horns but instead of an over homeless and x which is also it's kind of ironic that uncle but he chose because he shared about a baby anyway he posted the clip on twitter an added the caption just she's my little brother which is not his little brother and it's also not as video and he's probably not also not and uncle yeah it's probably not uncle a but eight million views later a he then did clarify that deep boy the video was not his younger brother so he did clarify that he would not the owner of the video originally a he also deleted the tweet end apologize to the child's mother for invading the family's privacy oh my gosh he did say though that the response was genuinely like kinda got out of hand and he was surprised that it turned into such like a trend which yeah i kind of would be to of course by that time it was too late and the hashtag cheese challenge or cheese challenge and really just you know it was everywhere a people like siblings grandparents uncles aunts uncles whatever all just tossing cheese onto babies and documenting it 'em also others have thrown it onto toddlers his full grown adult and also a even cats a pair the jonas brothers kind of did it but will talk about the justice later come up with sentences right now i'm listening they should've podcast thrown cheese at each other we should have you get a sound of cheese hitting the face sadly i i only have 'em i think monterey jack and pepper jack and now we have the life life yeah but it's a slice it then block form too much work i know i can't just throw up just a little block of a fight a i don't know that i probably wouldn't stick though no and have the same especially if we did on rapid you know since jeez that's true i wouldn't wanna do that mess up the studio too much work too much i also want to mention the original video posted by charles tomorrow has been taken down off the internet so really it just kind of became its own saying people reid doing it and then posting it it just got the hashtag and you know god out of hand at the internet as so often happens yemen so true 'em oh let's see apparently there is well some people on the internet have pointed out that de cheese challenge bears resemblance to dog cheese which is short term shortlived meam a that involved 'em lobbying license to the dog okay sure i mean at least dogs will just you know like oh yeah a little surveys anita they're happy about it oh yeah dogs dogs like it so they eat cheese so i think that's different you know but again it's not clear how the baby's feel about it don't really know if they're like it but they're confused as they would understand the yep yep an m lots of people have a you know commented and put in their feelings about babies and cheese and they kind of sort of some of the bullying 'em and others say that it's harmless some say the kids fund which may may not be true in a lot of people generally say there's no consent which that's gonna say they they may or may not think it's fun but they certainly have no consent in the matter yeah that's very true that's very true granted there a lot of babies i know they just wanna run around naked you know and their parents but divers on my without consent and whatnot so trues at a hard to say 'em but from my years of babysitting i've had the experience of i know you just want to roll around on the carpet without clothes green baby i can't imagine that so you're meaning meaning i know i just kill fun anyway i would say if you're upset about this isn't internet fad so it will probably pass it will probably not have lung jeopardy pretty because it's theater that it will all be on line for us to reference later when we look back and be like man that was strange or you know hundreds of years from now and historians look back at this point in are lived and just wonder what in the heck happened humanity maybe there'll be like what achieve what is craft who will see where it goes us oregon take a quick break and then we'll be right back and keep sharing some more social media news stories right to make updates to your home loans doesn't right to july fourth savings throughout the store and fifteen dollars a gallon cans and forty five dollars off five gallon pails lows gift card rebate when you buy select paint stains get up to forty percent off select appliance special values and your lowe's advantage card ask for twenty four months no interest on purchases of nineteen ninety nine or more do it right for less start with lowe's offers valid 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stories a previously we talked about throwing cheese babies a this is not this is not that by moving on from that way it is it something more horrifying do should just leave now i mean let me tell you feel this could be more horrifying oh actually if you were if parents a few years ago and had like preteen daughters in a this maybe horrifying do okay but we're talking about the jonas brothers okay and i had mentioned in the cheese challenge thing that apparently someone threw a slice of cheese at one of the jonas brothers 'em sort of try to keep it all connected you know yeah but good job yeah thank you i worked in but i wanna say you jonas brothers are back a they have been found individually doing things but be banned the jonas brothers is a reunion they're gonna come back and they have already put out a song in a music video i believe an it sounds to me like they're going to make an album i am not jonas brothers expert i will just say i was i was young back when i was a teen when the jonas brothers were saying anthony yeah back back in the day man i remember the jonas brothers young teen posters that every girl had in their room or really i went to camp one year and some girl brought her jonas brothers posters to put up in a cabin nice so i'm not gonna i'm not gonna talk about the posters i had my room teen girl but it's not gonna go there because we already know i'm old they were the dentist but the judge brothers have reunited end they are just bringing the gang back together again they made an announcement on thursday afternoon which was february twenty eighth they revealed a all of this while they were on be late late show with james corden you know i saw two seconds that why you see that they all like jumped out in there like old jonas brothers hair that's all i saw then i stopped watching i don't remember why why struck a lot of places i've seen it pop up on my social feeds yeah quite a lot probably why but i mean i didn't really watch jonas brothers when they were you know a television show either so i don't know him that well i know who they are yes i think my dad even knows who they are which is kind of crazy and i do have nieces who are of inappropriate oh but when they were gonna get a whole new generation of will potentially it might just be fair fielder fans i don't know yeah but they have made the announcement on the late late show with james corden i believe part of the show is like james gordon nice kid borden coordinate gordon oh you're right i'm sorry i thought maybe you had like a little slimmer something really just call that out right james corden 'em man i just keep the boy that's gonna be hurts me a in on his show he likes fake kidnapped the jonas brothers kinda like convince them to get back together social media went crazy like in a deep brothers had been ramping up excitement meant they released their new single sucker an 'em they really just like they brought in cameos for the music video for sucker they brought in their significant others a pre younger children who of course is west nick jonas they are married you probably saw all the coverage about their giant wedding also a dan yellow jonas who is kevin jonas his wife an sophie turner who is engaged to joe jonas and they all were in the music video oh out just kinda cute and it looks very lavish ends monday jewels and 'em candy like like sodas sucker like a candy net like sucker yeah like candy 'em end fans just kinda got insane i saw so much social to media posting they the band they reactivated their social media instagram page and whatnot an oh also fans were like they were suspicious that that the brothers had like a project brewing because be instagram and twitter pages were randomly reactivated in twenty eighteen kind of thing but now they are officially all reactivated the bad it's officially back together again 'em end just like i saw so many people on social media like i believe when i saw the post from the jonas brothers page like twenty minutes after they had posted it had like thousands of comments already like men who like following at deactivate like jones can you even do it yeah people when did that i saw posted pictures of girls posing in their high school bedrooms covered insurance brothers posters like i it's gonna be a thing well great hey parents you're if you kids don't lives there anymore you take those posters down to make that into a home gym or something i know without the posters i mean maybe you want that motivation i don't know how you feel about it but a again even my dad knows jones brothers so it's kind of a big deal i think it's really gonna have a strange m fan girl affect will see okay so i want to move onto the next story this is about facebook's now some of you may have heard about be sort of secret secret anymore dark mode that is on facebook messenger messenger is like the app and you could get a new phone if you have a facebook account which is just messenger separate from the actual face book like you know you're wall and everything it's separate from that a well you just send messages like text an facebook's has rolled out the dark mode it's hidden function so you can't just click a button to get it a you know easter eggs style andy it's also behind be an app like moji where you can change them boji of a messenger of like a message chat that you're having with someone k and when you have the dark mode at turns you're message chats green black it kind of looks cool in why why just tilleke cooler is there a is there a darker purpose well initially i was like oh this just makes me look cooler to all of my friends and relatives a but apparently facebook has written in a blog post they said messengers dark mode provides lower brightness while maintaining taining contrast and vibrancy dark mode cuts down the glare from your phone for use in low light situations so you could use the messenger feature you love no matter when or where you are and again i just think it looks cool and in other words stop using and you're right screen in the movie theater yes oh yes agreed and i also think it just you know you seem like you're in the know most people will be by the time you hear this but okay on let's talk about how to act but the function i will say a you want to try and make sure you're messenger is updated a because i think my roommate tried it and it didn't work very well for a non updated messenger app cetera i don't know how to phrase that all but okay so you're gonna try i'm gonna try i don't know if minus updated but i don't know that it's not up the i mean i haven't okay well i'll say the steps and then let's see if we can walk through it okay so i went to messenger on my phone or maybe you want to open up you're messenger app the app go to any like chat but you have you know so okay group chat or just a single check get an a you go into that chat and then you go to that conversation settings so like you tap on like the name of the person or the people in the discussion at the top of the messenger window okay andrew you go to go to a secret conversation i don't know that was a thing when you're in a setting you want to change moji china moaning okay and you wanna change it to be crescent moon image which you kind of have to keep scrolling to get to the crescent moon it's not like the first one that is not a see we got poop we got space alien league that salmon owes a there's year there's a strawberry crescent moon shamrock sports equipment is see i knew icicle dusted kicked their yoga you change that can make that official and then you had back into the chat okay i'm back in the chat all right and these little crescent moon down by you're text yet boxing okay now they're so you wanna send that to click that sin that okay mhm ended up here and you're chat oh it's it's now rain is going to be very confused as to why just on that sent him a crescent moon now i did that to my boyfriend wada yeah so they're like rains crescent moon and then you see a little message that's like what does it say like you've it says you said demoted the crescent moon change and then 'em if you've done that an you've sent the thing also you might have to send them oj a couple of times if it doesn't work immediately for you after like double tap it does say i'm sorry it does say you found dark mode oh yeah you're friends and also unlock it by sending the moon emoji we'll have a little message the pops up says you found dark mode and then you tap on that prompt which will take you back to the settings he us turn on in setting up and then once and settings you can ask oligarch aggravate dark mode is working prominent well put the finishing touches on dark mode it won't appear everywhere and messenger delays associated yet spinal cord okay yes now i have eight dark background yup and now i believe that that changes olive you're chat not just money ooh ooh fancy oh look at that it is pretty high contrast i will say yeah it kind of looks cool it's interesting although so now i'm wondering how do you change probably in settings yeah you could only go nazi 'em you're right 'em i would register resented so also just rains moons everytime that's pretty fun yeah okay well i i'm sure you could turn it off and go to settings probably somehow yeah okay so if you want to do dark mode 'em you could follow the steps a i guess originally when it came out it was like only for some users but then i got rolled out for everyone but you should be able to see it it's pretty interesting i think it's kind of fun to see if i actually think it helps like makes the glare less obtrusive i dunno yeah but again i'm not gonna i saw the movie theater because i'm not rude thank you yes i'll try i'll try on a side note as i've mentioned on other podcasts that my parents and brother owned the movie theater in my hometown and a there's a there's a teeny tiny balcony outside the production room where just were just family says 'cause there's only five seats and if you're using your phone in the movie theater my brother will throw spree that you're head so don't do it don't do it at least if if you're in planes montana watch yourself people out there again if you're watching district well i think it looks cool you're gonna impress your friends or at least i dunno maybe pick looking older family member and then they won't be in the know how to change it and you can impress them however you wanna go about it anyway we're going to take another break and then we'll be right back and keep talking about some more social media news stories you're burgers are coffee table murderer put it on a bar stakes debris jobs for the new american cheeseburger fresh juicy beef smash until it's crispy around the yeah just covered in jewish east to the ceiling with delicious and knock that austin gombar just like those jobs in america cheeseburger boil away we drink responsibly five our t with caffeine from green tea leaves it's delicious 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dot g s m c podcast dot com follow on facebook and twitter and download on itunes soundcloud and google play in the welcome back to be social media news podcast we are going onto next story which is about r kelly i say that with the heavy side because he could i mean i feel like i've been singer r kelly's name of the heavy side for about ten years old many have any have it's 'em yeah anyway a this is about the interview the r kelly has had it was his first interview following his arrest last month on sexual abuse charges in it's really just this emotional unyielding r kelly who denies having a sex with underage girls anti try to portray himself as a victim of some like social media fueled like smear campaign a it's oh gosh okay so he's really just seems crazy when i watched the video i he is fifty two he was charged last month in chicago with ten counts of aggravated aggravated criminal sexual abuse involving four women wow okay i'm sorry i chance at well i know i know it's kind of a going three of the women a were minors at the time that they're accusing this happened he was released from jail last week after a woman describing her herself as a friend of mr kelly posted eight hundred thousand dollar bond which is insane 'em his name is his real name is robert kelly an interview he just like screamed cursed pleaded to the camera this is all in a sit down interview with gayle king a host of the cbs this morning parts of the interview you were aired on wins day it's just crazy he is so i just like none of it makes me feel like he's believable yeah anyway he does not have any chance he said hate me if you want to love me if you want but just use commonsense how stupid would it be for me with my crazy past and what i've been through oh right now i just think i need to be a monster whole girls against their will chain them up my basement don't let them eat don't let them out that doesn't help because they're dude not at all it's really specific a he continued directly in the camera he got like cheerful he said i didn't do this stuff this is not me is that really gonna convince people i mean probably some people but i dunno i mean obviously he knows what he's being charged west like charged with ten counts of you know whatever so he knows like the details probably what's going on but it just like phrase it that way acting kind of crazy is not help you 'em he said i'm fighting for my life he also used an expletive he jumped out of his seat he became so upset that miskin pause the interview so that he could regain his composure in also his arrest came after eight lifetime documentary trees surviving r kelly which brought new attention to these accusations that he had mistreated women an m revives prosecutors interest in his behavior a also cbs released portions of the interview a on a tuesday evening and then another portion would then be aired on thursday entering the interview a gale had to repeatedly like just press r kelly about the many allegations against him he gave no ground and then offered fight often fired back at these users a also when she asked him if he had broken any laws he responded absolutely not end when asked if he had done anything wrong he said lots of things wrong when it comes to women that i apologize but i apologize in those relationships at the time i was in the relationship one of these women who is charging him with one of the women is charging him with sexually abusing a sexual abuse of a minor that is drawn to pace and she said on instagram and twitter that what she saw the interview was a man that need help she said a for decades he's been around enablers who never told him the truth about her his conduct she also wrote a hint believing he's doing no wrong is no different than adult telling a child santa's is real i don't know about that yeah okay yeah a an interesting analogy but i see her point yeah yeah this is kind of crazy interview i will say also 'em are kelly could wind up back in jail according to these son chicago sun times it court ordered that if he did not pay his ex wife be a hundred and sixty one thousand thousand six hundred sixty sixty three dollars that he owes her in child support on he could be jailed for failure to pay chief so who knows how this is gonna turn out for him i feel like it could go in a couple of different ways potentially end and in my opinion hopefully with him back in jail went oh it just sounds like a mess yet it really really does there's just been a lot of people involved in the case it has gotten a lot of notoriety because of the documentary it is sad sad that it took the documentary for it to get you know more notice but who knows who knows where it's gonna go from here a so sadly on that note that brings us to the end of our show oh i forgot imagine if you want to interview you can i believe it is online 'em or they will be airing it again you could definitely see clips of it online i did see a little bit any article i was 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for your sakes now is the judgment of this world now shell the prince of this world be cast out and and if i if i if i be lifted up from the earth will draw all men unto any this he said signifying what death he should die we cover distance some depth in john three the whole idea of the cross and all that was was emblazoned back in numbers twenty one among other places world has cast out that this is the beginning of the end of satan's dominion and the the beginning of the triumph over the hearts of men and begin to whole study here career for satan let's move on here the people answered him and said we have heard word out of the law that christ by forever and how says now the son of man must be lifted up who is this son of man there's some understandable confusion here because they know the messiah was going to abide forever they didn't they didn't they had the jewish traditions there's two zuma's ayas one that's going that's the suffering servant and one that's the reigning king the 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commentaries and so forth and and as i matured in my studies and later teens and as i collected these commentaries i discovered that most of your sophisticated exposition or commentaries will tell you that there really is to isaiah not one is AM and i never bought that and yet it really took the edge off my studies i didn't reject what i learned but i lost my enthusiasm because because i ran into the duterte the documentary house mo mo most in rewrite the torah was j five this just not since that they promote their what talking about isiah here though and i want to show you what was for me in in my life one of the most precious lessons that came out of scripture impacting my life to isaiah says the concept see z. in spite of the lack of concrete evidence on any part at any part of existed without the other part is as far back to one hundred two hundred BC yet besides the dogma of most scholarship today is that two or more individuals authorization if you go to seminary if you pick up 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two zero breaking formats you deserve and expect from brim bio rimbaud's the choice of champions and consumers for over fifty years most of us were coached at our earliest days to say thank you courtesy our parents taught us is a virtue to be exercise is through modest expressions of gratitude in today's world however simple gestures of respect are often overlooked and today on insight for living we we have the privilege of listening to a message originally delivered during thanksgiving season to an audience of seminary students training for full time vocational service given this opportunity to speak at dallas the logical seminary chuck decided to reinforce the value of sustaining an attitude of gratitude thank you for being here i'm always honored to be invited to speak and it's not an easy thing to decide on what talk on you come to the chapel here i know you recently heard from charles stanley is that correct charles stanley was here great never forget the lady who finished the the the day at our church we had had our worship service and she came out with one of dr stanley's books and she said i want to thank you stanley for that message today she said i'm i'm very grateful and i wonder if you'd signed your book i'll be glad to so signed it head to remember number charles not andy stanley wrote charleston lee and she said oh thank you i'll treasure this restaurant she walked out just so grateful that she had been there to hear dr charles stanley's who cares you know well the way we started off today was perfect for what i want to talk on because i want to talk to you about sustaining the spirit of a heart of gratitude that's what's on my mind today and i i believe in it wholeheartedly in fact i think an attitude of gratitude is one of the most contagious of all l. attitudes we can sustain and being around a person who is grateful and frequently uses those two marvelous words thank you often i he's just therapy they make us smile they lift our spirits they really do change our environment within and and around us the impact others can be as simple as the little five year old boy who was telling telling his mother that he was even thankful that he wears glasses and she wanted to know why are you thankful for that and his answer was quick doc in simple he said keeps the boys from hitting me and keeps the girls from kissing me so glasses work all all of that's going to change but he before too long so you're in for a surprise i remember the words of the man who wrote he who forgets the language of gratitude can never be on speaking terms with happiness even more profound to the words of dietrich von offer who wrote in ordinary life we hardly realized that that we receive a great deal more than we give and it is only with gratitude that life becomes rich love that line so only with gratitude live becomes rich it is very easy took over estimate the importance of our own achievements in comparison to what we owe others to add along with that the flip side of the same coin and that is there is nothing more offensive or oppressive impressive than an attitude of ingratitude which is a characteristic of our that shouldn't surprise this this paul writes in romans one just as much as in the last piece that he wrote when he wrote timothy roller and one romans one he writes the magnificence of god's artwork in the natural realm home we call it here at the seminary general revelation and in spite of god writing his glory across the sky is his which mankind is able to read every day of our lives still remains means ungrateful still there's an attitude of ingratitude when i look at polls words in second timothy three and i read of the savage days in which we live that's the way one of my mentors used to handle the word difficult difficult in verse one of second timothy three in the last days difficult or savage times com and then he begins from there through verse eight to describe the times in which we live when men and women will we love of money and boastful arrogant and revile disobedient to parents in the middle of all of it he he mentions ungrateful along with unholy along with unforgiving on grateful the spirit of thanksgiving needs to remain and the hope is remaining i hope you today have not relegated that spirit of gratitude to a holiday and left it there and failed to bring it into today tomorrow next week the week of finals the week beyond finals next semester into your ministry has i'll tell you if a spirit of ingratitude grip shoe strong enough off and long enough you'll change and your ministry will change and it won't take really insightful person to know that you're difficult to be around because ungrateful people repel repel others now why are we so ungrateful why are times marked by such ingratitude as as paul mentioned enrollments and in second timothy in so many other places at the risk of being simplistic in my analysis i think a major reason is pride proud people don't say thank you they don't think thank you pride side is of course filled with self and when that is true we hold back our thank thank you to others because we're so self important i'll tell you who will say thank you and do so frequently humble people broken people crushed contrite people are quick to say thank you thank thank you thank you for the little things thank you for the unexpected things paul writes to his friends and thessalonica turning there for the rest of my time with you i this alone 'lions chapter five toward the end of that letter there's sort of a staccato set of statements pom pom pom pom pom pom pom their brief and he punches him out when i was taking oboe in high school and mr villani read the chair of first year of oboe in the houston symphony would come they made house calls in those days and he was my teacher i love nisa lonnie and as i would play duets with him sometime couldn't continue he was so good and i was so bad ed that it just didn't it hardly blended but we did a couple of do exit worked beautifully and i on occasion with stop and i was just looking academ- how you do it how can you play so well all the time of course he made his his own reads and he'd been playing since he was just a little boy and from another country had come over in of all things had worked his way into the symphony and when we get to those places that were sakaba he would say to me punch it out punch it out put your tongue on that read ed punch out those news that's what paul does at the end of this letter he punches out the statements including the shortest verse in the entire greek new testament it isn't jesus wept we'll get to it in a moment but he begins begins at verse twelve by reminding us to be grateful for a in this case in our context body of people all who pour themselves into your lives and that would be the faculty of this school so let's have them in mind as aside punch out this twelve verse with you we request of you brothers and sisters that you appreciate those who diligently labor among you and have charged over you in the lord and give you instruction appreciate them he goes on and that you esteemed them very highly in love because of their work isn't that great don't let this semester pass without pausing with each one of your profs for at least a few seconds to look them in the eye or with your own hand not an not an email it's cheap way to write a thank you do it by hand you still have some kind of penmanship left all of starting to write like physicians it looks these days but if you've still cultivate your penmanship right in your own hand and say it in a fresh creative way specifically naming what particular thing stands out in that particular particular teacher that has much to you express your appreciate i am still thinking my props and most of them aren't lift but those who are it is not uncommon when i see them to thank thank them again for teaching me what they taught me which was more than an ability to handle the biblical taxed i it was it was a touch i'm kind of like the difference between a piano player pianist is touch great profs help you with touch in lives in touch with the text and ah those who work with you in in the skill of communicating they help you do that better and i i'm honest honest to this day when i preach i think i learned that technique from that particular person i think he's gone now but i think thank you lord for the privilege of rubbing up next to him sitting in his home in a class of eight individuals as he poured into into us some techniques communication about still use and is steamed him very highly in love and some time a process to reprove and thank them for that fateful or the wounds of a friend but deceitful or the kisses of an enemy proverbs twenty seven six i've always loved the story that my humble told us that he had a young i'm grant was convinced he had the gift of preachy and he didn't he just couldn't preach out of a paper bag and he just was convinced he should preach and his mother was convinced he should preach and his grandmother was convinced he should preach the prophecy did his best endure and finally oh by the third year which was a particular year when we came to terms with some of these things just totally young man look you just don't have houston that the gift wbt of preaching that takes guts to say that too young person young man he's oh yes i do well okay the the prophet then let me put it this way nobody i know has the gift of listening to you so that that work and as i recall he didn't go into a preaching ministry and the way to a successful ministry nocco tell you what it is because your lab but but thankfully didn't go into the pope and shouldn't have not everybody ought to be an appropriate to carry out their ministry we've weaver pravda thanks for telling him and that's the top party job keep telling them he told the truth so that we hear right and we thank you for and so let's just make you concentric circles goat little broader and let's include now now our family members look at the end of verse thirteen live at peace with each other we urge you here's another one of those takata moments we urge you admonish the unruly you have to do that sometime in in a family encourage the faint hearted help a week be patient with everyone the patient with everyone and then the circle broadens with friends and with others it in life see that no one repays another with evil evil for evil but always seek after that which is good for one another and for all people and then begins a real brief statements rejoice rejoice always there's the shortest verse shorts and all the bible but what a what a grand come in i wanna be around people like that i want to be around those that are finding joy in life in spite of their circumstances and here's another one pray without ceasing the idea of hacking cough pray in that kind of consistency pray continually constantly prey in your heart prayer and your lips prayer for specific individuals specific needs and here we are in everything everything give thanks for this as god's will for you in christ jesus this has reference to every circumstance every circumstance there's not one that doesn't include in your circumstances today be thankful grateful a road apiece for our board of directors at insight for living and i want to read it to you i don't usually do this but i wanna we'll do it today has everything to do with being a fateful person and i'll try to keep it interesting though i'm reading what i'm sharing with you never forget the day even though i was only ten years old it was a wednesday it was the day before thanksgiving our sending ramrod-straight next to my i disc in south made elementary school hand over my heart is we were together as students pledging allegiance to the flag of the united states of america which we did every morning hanging by the flag that was draped before us in the class was large framed picture of our president who was gripped with polio the old when he was younger but he had a big smiling face and it was familiar to all of us because he's a very popular president and i had to remind myself that he had had polio because it was never emphasized and he never referred to it there he stood smiling at the class as we pledged allegiance following our pledge our teacher as she had always done post to pray so she bowed her in prayer and we we bowed with her and i noticed it wasn't very long before her voice broke i've never heard our our the teacher cry and before long she just couldn't continue and she just had he leaves of sobbing and my heart went out to her whatever it was i didn't know what it was to later she was in deep grief we were of course in a double war on each side of our country it was a pretty bleak time and she had lost her husband on the shores of normandy is nineteen forty four and she was going gone without him and this was their first thanksgiving her first thanksgiving without him and her heart was breaking this because brave woman refused to allow her grief to eclipse the significance of giving thanks so she finally was able to get hold of her emotions and she returned to thanking god for a number of things six i was lost in sympathy for her in a little boys pity for his teacher when i was walking home that crisp november afternoon in east houston and that was the day i really fell in love with thanksgiving and loved it ever since my all time favorite holiday and i'll tell you why momentarily stopped opt on the way home and i thank god for my teacher for our school for are my friends for my church for my family from my country i remember as a little boy swearing before or the lord that if i ever was able to do so i would defend our country and i didn't understand fully all that that met but i remember thirteen years later when i had the privilege having earned the right to wear the dress blues wearing the uniform of the marine corps and standing and pledging allegiance to the flag and more often than not saluting as it was raised and lowered each morning and evening on the island of okinawa saw was eight thousand miles away from all interesting how on those occasions i would remember my ten year old experience and my a teacher and to this day i remember her thanksgiving put steel our bones it reminds us of our enviable magnificent herod uh chuck swindle is talking about sustaining an attitude of gratitude this is message number three in a brand new six part series called called straight talk for seminary students you're listening to insight for living to learn more about this ministry visit us online at insight world dot org there's much more from this presentation we want you to hear and the next edition of insight for living will feature the remainder of course if you've missed any portion russian of this series and wanna catch up you can hear chuck teaching on our mobile app or simply listen to the audio right from our website all these features are 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the new asylum policy had some states along the southern border the post ads the policy is meant to deny asylum to anyone who passes through another other country on the weight of the US without seeking protection there i most people crossing these other border are central america's fleeing violence and poverty are largely in eligible under the new rule as our asylum-seekers from africa asia and south america just six weeks after president trump attacked baltimore on twitter later as a rat and rodent infested mess a group of activists plan to protest the president's appearance in the city today trump will be speaking at the twenty nineteen house house republican retreat dinner at a downtown hotel outside hundreds are expected to rally against his policies on immigration war in climate change insist miranda bachman organizer for ice at a baltimore one of the groups involved in the protest we deeply opposed trump's policies his policies oh she's racism is policies division of workers at a press people in poor people we've seen him attack migrants refugees and make attacks act are not so veiled and are racist trump has stood by his comments a majority black baltimore and his criticism of the city's democratic congressman elijah elijah cummings i'm diane bernard reporting uber lift drivers allies in the labor movement or urging governor gavin newsom to sign a bill AB five live passed on wednesday that would reclassify tens of thousands of california contra workers as employees the measure could give the employees access to minimum minimum wage guarantees unemployment insurance and workers comp aiden alva- is a lifts driver and activists with the group gig workers rising he says right now the multibillion dollar our company's business model depends on the constant availability of drivers but workers make nothing while they're waiting for a gig lifton uber directly benefiting from non teens flavor of drivers in order to resolve it they need to pay for the time when people are waiting for derides the law sets up a test whereby companies will have to prove that contract workers are not doing work central to the business and uber's CEO said wednesday he will press that claim and refuses to reclassify contract workers occurs as employees ease companies are also planning a ballot measure next year that would gut AB five i'm suzanne potter this is p. s. the amount of toxic waste from oil gas drilling in pennsylvania has skyrocketed in recent years and now a new bap let you know what's being dumped nearby in two thousand eighteen eighteen alone fracking in the keystone state generated sixty nine million barrels of liquid waste and one point four million tonnes of solid waste that waste contains heavy metals such such as lead and arsenic and radioactive elements such as radium to twenty-six but it is exempt from federal and state hazardous waste regulations most of it ends up in landfills and other disposal sites in pennsylvania according to melissa trautmann with earthworks their new interactive map allows anyone to locate nearby disposal missile sites by typing in their address the map shows where those places are what kinds of waste has been processed or disposed of at that particular site and and also what year the map and accompanying reporter online at earthworks dot org i'm andrea sears reporting the school year is here eric data reports that means teachers once again are reaching into their pockets pay for supplies in the classroom the economic policy institute analysis of national center for education statistics piston data finds oregon teachers spent four hundred sixty three dollars of their own money on supplies for the two thousand eleven school year compared with the national average of four hundred fifty nine dollars dollars that might seem like post-recession spike but the national average was actually up by the two thousand fifteen school year to four hundred eighty dollars state averages weren't aren't available for that year economic policy institute economist immigrants cea says this is a unique burden if you think any other profession how normal is eight eight that you have to go to work with your own materials and skis it's not just for them it's for these children the analysis also finds the average spending at high poverty schools was five hundred twenty three dollars compared with four hundred thirty four dollars at low poverty schools and finally our dan hyman reports for school back in doctors are saying your mom is right time to turn off the phone get to bed because you really do need a good night's sleep dr simone fair or on a cardiologists with data care points to information from the american heart association and others she says it shows that for their mental emotional and fiscal health teams should turn the screens off well before bedtime the laptop the TV the cellphones smartphones what i would recommend mandates at least two hours before bedtime farren says research confirms what parents always say that foggy feeling you get without enough sleep sleet means poorer learning worse decision making and long-term issues with physical health a lack of sleep old disrupt their thinking and emotions and could push detaille jake chances they should i'm by clifford public service we are member and listener supported and we are online at public do service dot ORG we are to be prepared reports we must i shed our people here without fear because i remember i remember that i am here not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me i remember that one hundred years we we have bought these machines and after a center i remember that which matters we still let us make them remember go undeclare your independence hancock featured on eight from the VA you ooh evil studios of strings phoenix sudak cool you know one of the best ones angeliki from antiwar dot come on antiwar dot com news on top of the page we had on from phoenix dot com we had this story yeah i think it's very interesting we got limited time with angela so he wanted to get here from the horse's mouth she's a horse but you know we want to know what yeah yeah i know where that phrase came from anyway we'll tell about the angela keaton please tell us antiwar dot com news every little thing all right ah this is this is a story that's been ongoing for years going back to when somebody tipped eric garris off our webmaster to a file but had been someone input on scribe one of these sites where you can just drop in the documents and it was a somebody's the results it's of somebody's freedom of information act request some issues ancillary to nine eleven and then it was ah twenty pages of material at the FBI had kept on antiwar dot com eric garris and very specifically the late justice raimondo indicated basically the anti that the FBI had you know had been basically surveilling antiwar dot com well of course they were i remember when was this bush administration is bush that obama i mean this is this i i mean the initial problems that it'd be goes goes back to two thousand two is probably win it was open we didn't learn about until twenty eleven well i remember when when this first came out they had dubbed the antiwar dot com as a terrorist organization or sympathetic or something like it okay and antiwar dot com tom is not with the program of mirka and we need it gave them some kind of justification for surveilling or tracking or or known knowing about your donors didn't it what they were interested in is that if antiwar dot com wearing the agent of a foreign government antiwar award dot com as an agent of foreign governor wondering yes that was what their inquiry was and the result was no well they said and no they're not or they just weird just inquiry in for like ever they were going to inquiry forever to go back i mean one of the things that the you know the the research into this is after the ACLU taken the case to you know to sudi of you know from an injustice the FBI what we learn is though i mean eric garris our founder had been under some kind of FBI investigation instigation since he was a teenager in nineteen seventy one is if anti-vietnam protesting including i think i think maybe doing some activism on air force base and getting in trouble for it as one does yeah they once you're one of them or whatever that is you know ligo your your your resistance your dissenter you're a a an american all right so this finally went to trial and with whom to say what this case has taken a since tweeting file in two thousand thirteen with all the way up to the ninth district circuit court thing and the results were the one of the is fairly it's a somewhat narrow ruling but it's pretty interesting where they have to you know get rid of they have to expunge the file and get rid of the file because there's no longer in active investigation and there's no reason for them to hold onto it okay no way anyway we we i i thought this is a ninth circuit thing i thought it went all the way supreme court or something that'd be the next step okay so so are they going to challenge it to the supreme court we do not know that the government the FBI can still challenge it but as far as we're concerned you know we you know screw you you the that basically you know if an agency is at keeping active investigation is has wants to maintain a file it no longer has back to investigation gatien on if it reaches a certain standard they should expansion this basically court ruled well i saw that they the court was saying all memos most documents anything everything ever the record social it been has been written at shelby erased or something they're supposed to be for z. francis war dot com and basically eric garrison late gesture amado wow so i remember when this was happening it had a quenching effect on donations to antiwar dot com when they're under FBI investigation a nearby ever said hello show is like whoo and and then it got to the point where people like put me on the list you sons a merger can reconcile can robots show this is in addition to that when google google which is the government state department when they come up no more ad says words the ad money you're not going to come nance screw so that's when we had our just straight advertising straight to the page how's that working out i mean you guys you you don't have google ads ads anymore you do or how you doing your revenue things we've had other things now we know it that was because you're not allowed to tell the truth truth about torture says several sites that had covered covered that were we're no longer able to get google glad sentence i think some some rules have changed some things happened removing some people removed pages other people didn't so yeah that was one of the any tiny well i say tiny many of these things that have happened along the way ahead no you've been targeted gotten in trouble for google thing so you know when the washington post put out that proper not list about two hundred sites are agents of the russian government essentially we were on that black list too so yeah we weren't a lot of lists and i found myself on enough list i felt good about it and i'm good he'd look anymore but this is what happened when google said you gotta take down all these abu ghraib pictures that were on google servers freaking everywhere anyway so they go but antiwar dot com you had them here you've been you've been denying us for thirteen years we had we're doing just fine with google ad sense and we had them up for eleven years i think at that point and it had not been an issue before then one day it became an issue for us us in the american conservative and several other groups that had covered that you do ongoing coverage of foreign policy so yes i mean it is remember i mean the the US has a long history of runs a long history of spying and rating antiwar groups old old pro yeah no this is especially when your 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in my brain with through the container you know they wouldn't do that that'd be wrong okay so what we're doing in the second and third hour star child wants to come back on he's he's like yelled to discuss his presentation presentation before the city college mission campus san francisco because that was one thing that he was doing later day that we talked to him about immigration he's a libertarian turn activist and was on the libertarian national committee in san francisco but he was going down last week and he decided to rumford student council president at his college aren't yeah he's taking some classes going all that's awesome okay so what he's doing is the presentation was about how much idea you had to give up and to register for school you know you gotta have your google your g mail account and stuff like that my woe has google got into the universe the requirement for higher education got to have a g mail gal of course you do because when you hook up your mobile devices and computers i totally holy agree to let google totally agreed so i get my email and goodies and benefits and privileges of i totally agree and then they're all over your stuff so i'm like all right so i'm i'm gonna start child on this when it's going to be fun okay now go ahead and go through who got coming up you know next week next it's tuesday we have jobe weeks he's got a new multilevel thing he always got new multilevel this has to do with the ca cannabis or how so anyway uh-huh not okay well we're going to talk about on that is going to have berry house is big multi level thing so i'm just like if i do it you know he night i think today we'll we'll we'll do just let me go go you go 'cause i there's no sense of doing it if you're not going to really actively pursue it and do something whatever but you know job he's been a good friend for whatever he's always whatever and i'm like whatever ok three hundred and fifty dollars so i can buy some plants or something plant or whatever it is i it's a multi level to where you are buying actually a plant in a cannabis grow and that plant produces this is what and then you take some of the prophet by another plant in other places one of those kind of things are eventually in your multilevel you own a farm well these multi level all things whether somebody at the bottom makes any money ever makes her money back or not is kind of an aside people at the top pop of course they you know they make it so you just gotta keep have more people come in and you get your down line you make money well yeah you know by tell you one thing it does is it massively explode whatever the heck it is that you're doing a lot of people a financial incentive whether you get rich or not you built a big giant canada grow i can tell you that and that happened with a big club network they immediately became six percent of the hash power and bitcoin reward with bitcoin now how did that go down to individuals hey i got mine bitcoin back ah can still irene geigo check it every now and then there's like a little bit more bitcoin so so good i didn't get like filthy stinking rich or anything but i wouldn't look at the money amount i was looking at the amount of bitcoin now this endeavor is growing you're not doc buying bitcoin mining bitcoin you're growing marijuana so if you're kinda like for the health of the planet and have this we got a bunch shouldn't just benefits and cheaper of the whatever i'll do that were you make it back i don't know the berries going to go for it man he's that's his thing hang and having cannabis grown and pieces of make my men outside of ood checked off all the boxes for him so we're going to do that today i told him i didn't have enough money going to come whatever so we'll talk about it with jobe on tuesday and i do it just because the sport jobe him out doing freedom and jumping in the north pole water stuff i mean all the crap he does but he'll be on tuesday explain it to us but i know what's going to happen of all the other stuff find blah blah blah let me tell hey what's going to happen it is going to be a big giant oh my god people got pre funded there it is a bunch of plants that it's already started in in europe and see where is it you know sweden or or some sees show it's a show i'm i'm interested now the problem with big club was that you couldn't do it unless you had a VPN or you lived out of america can do americans can't you we've found out you merkin you're not allowed to do that so that was a a hamper on its growth you know certainly in america so this is they got structured in such a way you can so i'm going okay okay well we need to hear all about that so i just whatever you know i i i do a job but you know people they ain't good enough reason do it when we come back donald give us some of the other people are coming out with her a little bit we'll be right back mm-hmm the new fourth edition of healing our world the compassion of libertarianism we'll take your 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RN dot FM it's time for declare your independence with ernest hancock to be part of the show call six zero two talk to six four twenty eight hundred i come back to our freedoms phoenix dot com declare your independence ernest is tan kok because again the rest of the week next week i wanted to go over some of the guests that are going to be on but one of them that we worked out with the mark j dictator ernie for freedom dot com is october first tuesday which is you know trump report day so do we have frank while they want me to go i told mark i go out to his law offices which is end up freaking east valley of east on the other side of rigging our driveway hell there but he's got a nice office and we do it as often set up and i got the remote thing we'll just do it there and he gets to be on his his own own turf you know i'm not sure he likes an audience though you know you'll he may have you know get all his staff in they they golf clap the right talkers kinda early for that though now yeah that's right but the so we'll do a whole three hour show and this is going to be is going to be steve martin v ernie on the path to the future of how and i don't see them as complimentary as far as i'm concerned it's just mark guan's agreement absolution something you know and help do all he wants then i don't care you know but that doesn't mean i can't do i want but you know so we're going to have this discussion because we're both he's very prominent in the media here and when i pushed the button you know it's kind of you know i get to say hello hello on bunch stuff too so this is what tact is it going to be is it going to be because he knows that it's going to be i don't know those libertarian activists activists and earning love luminaries those guys over there they're saying this about that what say you know well i i think we need to be more pragmatic about how in principle of of kinda sorta sampling and so it'll be a competing thing which has not been a problem in the past you know like berry hess and represented two different meth he kinda more than us but you know those arguments have been going on forever towards the same goal and you got diversity of bob of of methods and so i don't care you know but marcos to discuss it so we're gonna we're gonna we're gonna give it what for and we just had yesterday we had on i clint bollock arizona's supreme court justice and deafened did you set the mark you know actually i didn't do that now to send him the link i told my would and see what we'd be talking about and talking about mark not going to be talking about as we're going to be doing this is in arizona my experiences ban that it is you're up against something there is an all powerful all knowing and you just feel it when you're talking to anybody in the media any of these nonprofit organizations freedom oriented ed kinda sorta almost there's a line and it seems to me that big part of it is land development there is some i mean if that's tippy top or i'm sure they're all meshed into how they're going to you know take care of me and they benefit in one way or another but it is the one thing that has just it's really been a constant has been their control of land so i'm gonna i'm paying that a little bit for a lot of reasons seasons but it's gonna it's gonna cause you won't get visited they want to split it to me there are gonna be you know the first they start with that this is the five steps apps first they just ignore you it's kind of gandhi thing okay and before i even heard of that first aid they make funnier they fight in you win you know that kind of thing but my experience before i even heard of that i could see it the first thing they ignore you you know they ignore you say you know they'll go away hey you know leave him alone if you're still around you're having an impact being a pain in the button starting up in growing starting to have some public opinion general public opinion impact couch woo then they want to explain it to you now come in and they'll do are you sure you want to do this gas lighting you're sure i don't know so if you think that's not really what are you sure you're up against the people of their you share you are you sure are you sure you want to do this and you'll get that from everywhere i don't know man you're messing with now is it just conditioned to say that you know because i say the same thing my interview look i just want you know while you're up aghast i'm willing to help we'll go kick ass i'm just i'm not you know serving up to the slaughter unaware that kind of thing just but you know you don't want to do that kind of thing it's cooler they have people it's either by natural their condition him to be that way and you know here comes or if they can't get people apple to do it they actually instigate it and you'll go to a meeting and there'd be that way i saw it was at the maricopa county meeting and it was the county one of the officers say who is just he he goes well if we do that then cooler you know they're just conditioned to be the new guy okay y. and they just you know a good idea just kind of goes away because because somebody can you know plan a doubt you know where's the guy go haley everything works the answer's yes i mean that was my thing during lago nip yes yes yes yes oh it's so i should do different i mean if you need a title and a shiny badge and a business card may make that bad boy up right now boom you're in charge of winter would you just just say okay you're in charge of you know the answer is always yes it's just how much how much money how much effort you put egg yes well it's just a good idea i was hoping you would do my good idea as opposed to doing your own good idea but if you need somebody to say yes i'm the guy yes yes i think that's a great idea you should do that what do you need help to do it so i thought okay so when you do that there are a lot of people that go yeah wow okay well i'm on it and if you're always yes you get a bunch of stuff going and everything kinda sticks a little bit and it's a cumulative well what happens friends is people go now but i think we should spend other people's money this way below so that's why the organization i have nuke nuke nuke so i went to the meeting sauce friends made some new ones and so on neal home stuff that we're doing and why no kind of whatever but to try and do it as an organized hierarchical hi arkell absolution somebody gets to say no no so this is going to be yes everything i'm i'm just like yes let's do it well do what only freedom thing and we're talking to justice bollock alec and i'm here comes you're going to it's going to be how much can we talk about and say and then you've got to recuse yourself or something like that specific bad just uh here comes ernie all right it's going to be some narrow eighty bitty little constitutional kind of argument up and they're going to stay i hate when he does that it's like is either peter else roller government it's not it's not and he got it right here and he did this and we gotta get we dismiss this well now it's gotten to where we we have enough pro- high profile been from the ground up activist libertar- knows what's up clinton you know what the hell is montgomery bill montgomery county attorney he's been on for less than a week on the mark knows him so between clinton and mm montgomery and mark i illegal and activist and it's gonna be interesting poppy and stirred is it not now will mark be my attorney now halo you don't do the civil kind of just activist stuff he's that's like all right but when they come and get you throw you in jail and take all your started and you call me but you know maybe we could do something together i think that's what we discussed and but for me stipulated facts i don't have to do some investigating emitted they did it yeah we we denied this and made you do that and there's no need to get over it and i go okay let's talk about it before the supreme court so this is i tell you open right now hello can kick this thing on here we have some fun towa to educate people l. just just so they know what's served a covert i that tuesday so need to work with frank on you know what we're gonna do the trump i don't want to miss any i i missed me some frank you know we had all plus doctors a good friend of marks i met in hawaii and at the football game you know patriots steelers which is margaret is donna so we're at that party and that doctor from the same college that fracas was there so we're going to work from the second letter of captain mark any pirate knows that commerce is communication markets condense oceans of information into a single price innovations and communication are circumventing the scrutiny of the crown this signals a change in the coin of the realm the crown uses digital currency to surveil all sensor seize and destroy wealth at will so pirate currency must protect us from this weaponized happen is money we need to move funds 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RN dot FM freedom is the answer what's the question free listening to ernest yep we're we're breaking free here one way or another i this is what i want to show well first off donna i i gotta loose wire in the sing my expensive expensive microphone okay who the other guests next week we got going on when you talked about dr daniel lark regenerative medicine he'll be on wednesday and now he is a natural path that's all show from the same college dat dr frank is and we had met him and his wife and kind of a couple of times times in come on mulan tro- well dr frank you know of course and i was talking to dr frank about the distribution and getting some we had a thousand dollar donation to the vaccine education summit anonymous we just wanna get thousand dollars so we can have fifty percent reduction for twenty people because there's a lot of people just can't afford even though it's one hundred dollars is not that much for cost nope until we make the money back then they we'll start worrying about you know sponsor and discounted whatever the heck well it's so now we're pretty good on that and but this person said look look i tell you what i'll give you a thousand dollars and you can bring it from one hundred down the fifty dollars for twenty people i go no that's cool so we don't know who it was a lot of people talk to me and so on but they did it and for that reason and i'm going okay we do that so that means that if i sponsor and it just we got our costs is covered and it's just the meal which is like twenty five thirty dollars or something like that the uh students we get some in there so we got a bunch of packets and and so on dr frank said i here's the person that really runs the school she's been there for decades and decades and i'm gonna hook you up all right you do that you got got me got the other doctor he got we'll get taken care of but because they had got the pressure of being accredited because we need to be just like all the other medical government and they bring them in and tie she got signed here vaccinations so this is part of the you know the requirement of getting some kind kind of federal aid to soften there's some vaccination thing that's now in this naturopathic school and i'm like re ellie ellie well also now go all right so let's go whip ass so we're going to go down today at this show them we'll make call go down passed out and be somebody yeah so we'll have some fun with that so i need you know the vaccine education summit banners that we have the square one long one i need some of those printed up on the color appeared we'll just put some clear packing tape over it and just put on middle envelope now so we need to do that so it just makes a bunch of those and if you can make them on the photo card stock you know that photograph you know the nice you know the paper and so on and be like it was a printed label or something we'll we'll talk about that and then we'll talk about another dude over there i got big giant expensive printer how do you not to be about mini bumper sticker size to put on i just want to be enough that i can tape it onto the front of the envelope don i don't talk about too much that's fine okay ed this will handle that well see by the time that you got into the chicago yukari had done so did you did did how many you can print six on cheat or some did so would because we've got to art whereas all done just print print color printer over there dunk so now who else she's coming on doctor judy next wednesday is normal and then we have on thursday on third hour richard greek oh those are the orrville guys this so have them come back does it the same guy we had on before the precarious pirates in spoon experience they did a really cool video and it and it kind of highlighted a lot of the things that we're doing so it was really kind of cool they did another one or the one day should the precarious kinda took an took some liberties in the way that things work and it's the same ship it's just like the the outside -ducted fans are just hollow in their kind of thrusters you know they didn't and they didn't do the horizontal stabilizer 'cause like i don't care and and it's pirate they pirated my pirate ship it was cool you showed me the video of it was awesome i'm like this is what i mean by do it ah yes the power of yeah i wanna talk about it just do it well do you what are we can't do it you got my you have my permission slip slip from the king mark i mean what is it you guys are waiting on pirates libertarian pirates you know you you drove on the public public road didn't ya pirate it's my new answered everything pirate all right all right it's one thing i wanted to go over in the show now mark victor is always in the news on something i mean it's it's just a you know and that's when you know he and i will go behind the scenes like do stuff uh-huh now the thing is this is what he's been really kinda anticipate criticism he's like going there good cops we gotta take care of the good cop some good cops they were defending the good cops and they're going overboard on this company wasn't that bad at competent circumstances of it we're gonna take care of you know the men in blue and the thin line of you can count on mark if you're on the right side which i don't have problem with at all okay he'd be go make sure defend defend the boys now when there is there bagai all man ooh gets a show mark victor is it's at thirty four freedoms attorneys attorneys for freedom dot com and use the attorney for freedom and now that his law firm you have to go through the vetting process and sign here and gabe give blood oath of a pirate code of his law firm now which is a good way of putting it you guys don't know pirate coat and it's out they'll show not aggressive we're libertarian thank thank attorneys for freedom dot com now instead of attorney and the reason is is because he goes down i'm tired of work no hell no you gotta be this sir you're not even here and why he took so long to do this i have no idea but it's just i mean it's hard to get hardcore good effective attorneys that you know are all totally freedom oriented i guess we're gonna talk about that now this case is a GPS which department of public safety is highway patrol here era this is a state policeman a highway patrol trooper tremaine jackson well be surprised he's black but anyway tremaine jackson and who was arrested for sex acts this is what happened he would pull people over and he'd go sir you kind of tight there maybe you know you come over here in you know polish my pistol handle or something i it was it was really bad and it was just a regular thing well conventionally one of the victims got hold mark said all what can you do for me well of course you know that if this has happened once it's happened to gazillion times and and here comes so i wanted to do is i'm gonna play this is all over the news here this is a big big big big oh my god deal so we'll go ahead and play this little you bet going into the break i hear this because you know people expect that when you're dealing with the police officer you're dealing with one of the good guys this case she was dealing with one of the bad guys all do the first ten we are hearing from the attorney of an alleged victim of termaine jackson he is of course now the former TPS trooper accused of abusing his power trying to force women that he pulled over over into sex acts to protect her identity the attorney we talked to is not saying which victim he represents but as lindsay riser explains he says she is traumatized traumatized very traumatized it makes her much more concerned about police officers and being pulled over attorney mark victor says his client was the first person to complain to EPS about now former trooper tremaine jackson's alleged behavior during a traffic stop at the time he says she didn't know there were other victims it was something that she reflected on but felt like it was her duty really to the community to to report this court records describe incidents dating back to last fall jackson is accused of holding victims for up to two hours bargaining with them for sex acts nude photos and their social media accounts to to avoid a ticket or jail time it was also about really racism i mean she is a latina in he made some horribly racist comments about latino people vickers has his client felt read victimized when she was initially called by troopers investigating this they started asking her questions about or how he was dragged chief foul like she was dragged into provocative banner such that it would be more justified for the trooper to say the things that he said which is outrag lindsey visor for arizona's family oh yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah you see this is gonna beget came out to be like some ridiculous number i mean i like sixty one sticks in my mind okay people on yeah i know that guy you know going to report it to what are you gonna do the attorneys for 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cash local dot bitcoin dot com you're listening to the heartland outland newsfeed radio network at live dot hotline newsfeed dot com this stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's public service the news cast thursday september twelfth twenty nineteen i'm mike clifford US supreme court backs trump strict asylum rule and protests expected expected when the president visits what he called roden vested baltimore i know top story the supreme court allowing nationwide enforcement now the new trump administration rule rule prevents most central american immigrants from seeking asylum in the US tha-tha-th washington post they report the order late wednesday temporarily une does a lower court court ruling that blocked the new asylum policy had some states along the southern border the post ads the policy is meant to deny asylum to anyone who passes through another another country on the weight of the US without seeking protection there i most people crossing these other border are central america's fleeing violence and poverty they're largely ineligible under the new rule as our asylum-seekers from africa asia and south america just six weeks after president trump attacked baltimore on twitter quitter as a rat and rodent infested mess a group of activists plan to protest the president's appearance in the city today trump will be speaking at the twenty nineteen house house republican retreat dinner at a downtown hotel outside hundreds are expected to rally against his policies on immigration war in climate change dan says miranda bachman organizer for ice at a baltimore one of the groups involved in the protest we deeply opposed trump's policies his policies policies racism is policies division of workers at a press people in poor people we've seen him attack migrants refugees and make attacks jack that are not so veiled and are racist trump has stood by his comments a majority black baltimore and is criticism of the city's democratic congressman elijah elijah cummings on diane bernard reporting uber lift drivers allies in the labor movement or urging governor gavin newsom to sign a bill AB five passed on wednesday that would reclassify tens of thousands of california contract workers as employees the measure could give the employees access to minimum wage guarantees unemployment insurance and workers comp aiden alva- is a lift driver and activists with the group gig workers rising he says right now the multibillion dollar companies business model depends on the constant availability of drivers but workers make nothing while they're waiting for a gig lifting uber directly benefiting from non teenage exclave of drivers in order to resolve it they need to pay for the time when people are waiting for derides the law sets up a test whereby companies will i'll have to prove that contract workers are not doing work central to the business and uber's CEO said wednesday he will press that claim and refuses to reclassify contract workers workers as employees companies are also planning a ballot measure next year that would gut ABC five i'm suzanne potter this is p. l. s. the amount of toxic waste from oil gas drilling in pennsylvania has skyrocketed in recent years and now a new bap let you know what's being dumped nearby in two thousand eighteen alone fracking and the keystone state generated sixty nine million barrels of liquid waste and one point four million tonnes of solid waste that waste contains heavy metals such as lead and arsenic and radioactive elements such as radium two twenty six but it is exempt from federal and state hazardous waste regulations most of it ends ends up in landfills and other disposal sites in pennsylvania according to melissa trautmann with earthworks their new interactive map allows anyone to locate nearby disposal missile sites by typing in their address the map shows where those places are what kinds of waste has been processed or disposed of at that particular site and also what year the map and accompanying reporter online at earthworks dot org i'm andrea sears reporting the school year is here the eric data reports that means teachers once again are reaching into their pockets to pay for supplies in the classroom the economic policy institute analysis of national center for education statistics piston data finds oregon teachers spent four hundred sixty three dollars of their own money on supplies for the two thousand eleven school year compared with the national average four hundred fifty nine dollars that might seem like post-recession spike but the national average was actually up by the two thousand fifteen school year to four hundred eighty dollars state averages weren't weren't available for that year economic policy institute economist immigrants says this is a unique burden avia single say me other profession how normal is state that you have to go to work with your own materials and these guys it's not just for them it's for these children analysis also finds finds that average spending in high poverty schools was five hundred twenty three dollars compared with four hundred thirty four dollars at low poverty schools and finally our dan hyman reports for school cool back in doctors are saying your mom is right time to turn off the phone get to bed because you really do need a good night's sleep dr simone fair you're on a cardiologists with data care points to information from the american heart association and others she says it shows that for their mental emotional and and fiscal health teams should turn the screen off well before bedtime laptop the TV the cellphones smartphones what i would recommend commanders at least two hours before bedtime faron says research confirms what parents always say that foggy feeling you get without enough asleep means poorer learning worst decision making and long-term issues with physical health a lack of sleep old disrupt their thinking and emotions and could push up to take chances they should i mike clifford public service we are member enlisted supported and we are online at public service dot ORG to be prepared for it we must i shed our fear of it i stand here without fear because i remember remember that i am here not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me i remember that one hundred here's we the apart these machines and after a century award i remember that we still let us make them remember gone breath of air into the area and declare your independence with mir's hancock visas i eh from the VA studios knock knock who are another independence it is declared kind of dive angel there in california we talked to him last last week about immigration stuff and everything but one of his activism things going on he's at going to college so he's at the colleges come classes college want to do something college but in the process they're going all we need a DNA sample you gotta get biometric had gotten and provide your old by the way you gotta get a google account or something he's like so he started to pursue that and i'm going yes i want to hear every lo thanks so star child welcome to the show is an activist you've been on the libertarian national committee he's libertarian take time known him for twenty something libertarian and these in san francisco and he's a sex worker and he's all other freedom oriented stuff but he's not a big marijuana drug i think i've ever even seen you do drugs dirty i don't know i remember z a- and maybe a little bit all right so i enjoy my intoxicants choice get well i never seen you imbibed by california you know they they die we have legalisation me here you know it's it's really been thrown illegal people sitting in jail the state for animus offenses and you can't smoke in public and taxing regulating the hell out of the there's an initiative here in arizona if it passes says expunges the record and let's everybody out and you're done good foul i'm mike really wow that's okay there's a bunch votes right there all right so tell us what the problem was that you described to us when you were participating in your local higher education and what concerns you what you did about what you found out where are we are go yeah well i it's not quite as status the DNA samples that does happen but yeah there this week week mandolin yeah well you to get ever know what they're gonna try to push down in the future right the funny thing is the city college here city college san francisco's in school i'm talking about it's it's basically a local community college and last year they pushed through legislation making it a quote unquote free which which of course means free to students as far as not having to wishing techteriors pick up the bill and in the textbooks are still can cost you as much probably as as paying aim for classes at some schools i'm taking two classes that taking a fiction writing class in a spanish class and the spanish classes the credits for credits and the other one is no credit so no credit classes is that's just the way i like it is no no book no pressure you know the teachers like hey i just want you to rate it have homework assignments but it's upshaw you come in here and right classes writing it looks like a french class just chit to when i look through the book online they have available for rental i think that a little strange you know most of the cut the rental prices thirty dollars and this is i they're eleven buys this work yeah that's toronto to buy it from eighty to one hundred twenty five dollars von say the ANC condition you can look it up on that yeah so they're they're still you know finding other ways to make their money but anyway yeah the destruction shen processes is complicated and confusing and they you would think that making the tuition free it would be ether like okay well not collect money through the registration process that you don't really you know yeah they after i finally figured out how to the register did that they sent me seven emails immediately shove my in box after i said the station and and one of those emails explaining that you and basically here's how to set up a yeah steph email address i know by the way we're not going to send any emails to you had other addresses we're just gonna UCSF email drafts and you will be held responsible i think uh-huh yes you will be held with stress and that could include information you'll be held responsible for what information stance sense to you at that the emails okay now they say pressuring the email address which you know i want her need like my regular cast ask one why do i need a special new email address right but anyway they had lincoln there so i clicked on the link and it took me to a google page that well maybe i get the same result they say you go to this links provided to set up their college email account and it takes six google log in page and basically okay if you already have county log in here otherwise uses google thing to create an account so so it sure looks to me like they're forcing everybody cousins college to do business google google their personal information now and i brought this up at the meeting that i told you've out so last time i i'd be seeing people without saying this you know that got more attention than i thought we we put that up there and people yeah i know i want you know did you get any email or support from splitting that up what you're doing nobody's contacted could me about it as far as i know i heard about it i got some meet me you know doing like two or three but it was something got noticed so i just thought great wondering what happened so you go to go to the meeting and their training last this is my city college has like a whole bunch of different you know i don't know how much real estate they actually owned the city but they have six so-called campus this that's not that's not counting all the different buildings that aren't part of a quote unquote campus so there's one of them that's near me so that's that's the one that i made sure to select classes that were at that campus i don't even wanna go go to the green champions which is like i'm here this now so anyway you should be six campuses has its own council i learned at this meeting and this was basically a they didn't really advertisement take call their town hall being honest coffee which wasn't there a liars all right right though it makes the student trustee with their who's you know the college is run by an elected board of trustees and there's a non voting student member knbr elected by the students and so this guy was there and there was a faculty adviser that was kinda era i guess to help young and also the ministry he's person they're hoping well how many people go to discuss the biggest i mean we got you know two hundred thousand college is a whole aw i don't know you know in fact asked what the meeting how many students are there none of them can answer that they didn't they didn't know how many people were mission campus he didn't know what the i said well approximately couldn't tell me but anyway it's it's thousands san francisco state where before it got my actual degree is about twenty thousand thousand but you know a lot of students especially city like san francisco a lot of people are talking time out time out star child has a degree we we got to know in what and what do you think or i have no idea i have no idea i bet you it some are no some uh-huh techy business some you're nuts but military or did something for tech creative past you tell me into break here because it really doesn't matter around just personally curious and then what you're going to take classes ended up matter but he's there they got star child all over man where they're going to do about it br find out when we come back crimes of the crown by captain mark the crown cast the world in shadow and claims to be our guiding light cowards clamor for 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degree and now was he doing well he's you know i can go back to school all it's free okay well we'll do that oh and i can get a ten percent discount on next computer i gotta get from apple okay let's do that do this and we can go to the meetings and we have a student council oh and they got a budget and you need people well hell i fill all those categories so so here comes starch are they have no idea what they're getting into okay so in the process registering you could see that they were forcing you into getting a certainly enticing and you're not gonna be able to get anything unless you sign up with google and i'm gonna and this is san francisco's you know they're all google is a net everything up there so it is been yeah that'd be the first place they probably got all mature how they're doing so show and then of course it spreads across the planet so you went to the meeting which is a few guys they're just like neil the you know the faculty member of the student rap and do who then by the end of the meeting you have a couple dozen dozen people or something but it was just you're sitting there and you get all kinds of where you were you asking a lot of questions where you dominate meeting star john vast the reason actually went to the i didn't know it was gonna be about the student council stuff at all that wasn't really focus of it a- as far as i did you know the first thing i saw a town hall meeting later saw suppliers invention student council but you know it seemed like more okay there's about out students who ask questions and stuff and i'd run into this thing you know registering with google and i also ran into another thing which i talk about in the article published on free to phoenix which is they have a help desk which they need because of the processes is confusing can't find the classes don't listen honoring hundred credit classes online blahdy blahdy blah anyway so when you call the help desk it's a city college number you know like like a a lot of phone numbers from the school area cut fulham pi which are located code here you know a whole lot of those phone numbers have avicii ninety six so like fourteen or by two three nine three seven one last four this particular number for the helped us any call and they're recording thank you for calling city college helped has off aw he turns out there in an office in florida and in asking the questions i found out that actually not a city college as a private company the contract with lucienne e l l i n probably a coincidence the CIA or three of the company actually turns out is a global multinational headquarters in county in virginia where the CIA is located oh my god awed and you know just reading this from this company online and yeah they have offices in twelve countries or something around the world and they a building south is like the number one provider of software for higher education in you know all this and thinking you know if i was a senior cia spook luke or something and i'm trying to figure out like how to gather information on people in other countries especially the company like this would be extremely useful to instead of having to go and buy these colleges where the future relief of the world or getting your education and having your useful indiscretions and all this is it's just you know make it like you're providing services to college and get them to give you the information right yeah and you will vote this way on this legislation new congressman what you call it because we we know me got your google hang out of the email with the girl the boy of whatever the kind of young now get over it and we ruined maybe we've maybe now they do that that'd be wrong they came and they are and the fact that they have the ability from the time the your turn you're eighteen you're going to college or yeah i'm going to stand up for everything everything give me everything you don't even you thirty years later you don't even recognize the kid you you were back then and what you did and why all the idea no no it's totally plausible and that's why i mentioned that i just i have no direct evidence i do i do i do i do say the government or anything i experience of the guy if they can they are so i feel pretty confident about saying yes they clicked this information for use later for whatever to help aggregate or individual it's called a person of interest request and every single bit of data on so you think that they're looking at it live they're not they equip the lincoln to your identity and whenever they do a person of information request quest they look at every single video and photo of everything associated with you example when they did the camera camp freeway cameras here in arizona every time you get on off the freeway as you're driving license plate picture license plate exit license plate got here ear camera at the what they they go back they collect all information but when a person of information request it goes in anything associated with you gets pulled into the foulness take a look at it and all of this argument that eating automated license plate readers down there now there's actually there's the privacy activists here the bay area mostly in the left called oakland privacy working group with some success in fighting back and then some of that stuff they took the cameras down here pinky swear i mean you know like i believe anyway i mean even even bar that area rapid transit so you know the local light rail they wanted to put these everywhere beat him back on that at least temporarily they got regular cameras on all the trains that take all these automated license plate readers and all their parking lots for the system everything every day everything okay so now we have not lulled people into that now they maybe someday into future kind of almost no they are okay in my opinion comes somebody soon me and tell me i'm wrong okay let's go get discovery so i'm willing to say it i yes of course they are they have accumulated information from young people that aren't even twenty yet they start off with a if they don't already have it with a facebook account nor crap they got their younger they definitely got the matrix you know cable in the back of their head now at the school guarantee guarantee it so open it up so don't hedge on them all right so you've had yourself enough that you're not in trouble but i didn't okay so so go go from there they got they got you know my journalistic back trying to be responsible journalists yeah me too doing yeah i think people should definitely be aware of the possibility there are they got me you know looking into this company that was because when i call them up you know as a as well as the big saying thank you for calling three college office but you know you wait on on holes in the message has this call may be monitored equality qualities here it's ex and if there's probably no there's a lot of big corporations government agencies that do this i i this is a real people in every single time i encountered one of these systems i complain to person that i get connected with and so pass along to your management but people are complaining about this violates your privacy reporting people's calls in especially when you don't give the college access to all the call recordings and also violation of your right employees recording this halt on the union volvo person you're yeah that's a california thing here in arizona if one person knows it's being recorded record it now california i think all people have to know or something right well allies it happens other states is more like ours dr welby come on free talk live we're bringing people to the ideas of liberty eighty every day from wrestling superstars like len jacobs you guys are having an impact i believe like i said a lot of where i am now is due to listen to free talk live you change my mind on some very important issues years ago to random people tuning in on the radio alice kind of 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francisco having some fun sharing it with us then dr childs real name is on i forgotten don't care doesn't matter i guess that israel did you change your name i did and i have a couple of other needs us now on what now you can candy what what's the name chris fox is my companion deemed throws it seemed firefly to the exit sign western TV shows as a sex worker character in that she continued really okay my dragging now is civil unrest uh-huh because you can't do a hell you child to do whatever you want guy now real quick questions to finish up on this city college because you're going to you're going to be taking class so you're going to go through the process or are you going to get your rock your email account like you're supposed to you're able to bypass that no in fact there is a woman in the audience who showed up later like by the time i get done in this meeting there's maybe two three people there who said she used to work in t- michigan michigan has some of the issues that go that was a long explanation of how they made it sound a little less sinister apparently you don't have to you know use google get one of these accounts but they they kind of make it sound like you do when they send you email and so that was my concerns i shouted questions about that but it might not be quite as bad as it appeared at first blush bad it's just that it's doesn't stand up the scrutiny but what they can do is they go you know what we're gonna like you say make him seem like they have to make part of the application process we are talking about eighteen year olds not experienced libertarian activists like star child okay so these people just automatically go look we got eighty six point seven percent of the applicants let's make it eighty nine percent okay we'll say this and do the numbers in there right right yeah that's that's suspicion is is the just sort of take all nudging people yeah just the word freaking roy roy so they they they didn't edgy nuff so you can you don't have to get a google linked to counter get communications from and whatever right well what we will see you know the jury is still a little bit out on that one i i i wanna you know they could get taxing you know nobody has yet either yeah yeah no follow this through this gig now they're ahead okay so you go through this kind of you know yadda yadda yadda now the student council thing the actual campus that you're at they got like a budget sitting there i don't know thousands of dollars and nobody to spend it because nobody cares i that's right well apparently they got five thousand sitting members of the meeting and like a lot of the information they have they seem a bit fuzzy the on a lot of these things like kinda hard to in down from the exact answers to these questions but yeah they basically just five thousand in the bank and then there's there's a three to four thousand annual budgets council the works people like to repeat secretary treasurer and is this your the president and vice-president have often gotten a statement you know like two thousand dollars a semester so you could get paid right right okay you the bathroom so i get elected i come back get my money san francisco cal things some of the things that the student council is done past they thrown into semester parties for the students they've had recycling program oh my god audio put on level right well i'm thinking okay how about having an NF semester at community appreciation party where we actually straw party for the tax payers of tapes of the sky them to come and give us their feed their c- troublemaker the mayor here for maybe how to i mean i'd like to take the budget and and you know divided up into a bunch of checks of large enough size is to make it worth people's wild but you know small enough so you can get it to a lot of money to logic for people like maybe thirty fifty six dollars or something per person just processes give it a crypto you crypto we're convert come come to the party get your criminal and we'll give you thirty seven and a half cents that you contributed contributed to the whatever kind of what i wanted to do one running for public office wartime talking trying to think like well you know how could he actually turnaround time do you and there's some legal issues with with just turning around and giving giving money directly to the public like that i think that there there might be a way to if nothing else just throw a big party and invite them to come in and give feedback about the school and and something like that around everything your from your listeners if anybody listening to their has any good ideas have you know and say you do get elected or appointed or whatever to some government position russian or some kind of taxpayer funded position where you kind of budget you know how what's the best way to go about giving that money back in people's move stolen it's really kind of looking at here but you know i'm not gonna presented exact like that either because people in the college aren't going to share that perspective perspective and probably other elected to council nestle can share that perspective you say maybe framing terms of a party for the community or something i don't know but it'd be interesting to see how this goes with your thought process on all this stuff that kind of it kind of bypasses and eases through people you got faculty the and industry back they're going yeah how are we gonna take advantage of these guys because they're young and dumb nonni better and somebody that knows and kind of just bring this up and we went through this at university of arizona here terry bracy that does checkpoint USA am i being detained being detained well that guy works out the university their first star watch or spacewalks or whatever it is to look for near-earth bodies meteors and asteroids are coming to kill us an extension of that guy he's the guy that does that you know looking kind of kneeling i'm gonna leave the boy lou no save me well what happens is he goes through the checkpoint to hone odem native american reservation between tucson and kitt peak he's gone constantly going through there so a couple of times a week he's like nope being detained he has his cameras there the jackbooted thugs told me a little bit about this tonight circuit and won a quarter million dollars they gave neil so he gave like these low camera things things for people as a pride whatever anyway so the thing is is that when he was a student they were doing the same kind of thing in the late nineties early two thousand or something to aware application process that you get one of those letters was credit cards that they made it sound like part of your student ID was is to be able to fill this out and gave you a credit card as part of your ID or some crap like what the hell is so he started challenge on genetic going back and how much access they had to they were whatever they were get more information on this application that wasn't just going to the credit card place because because they get your credit card that was the incentive for you to give them your data and so then it got marketed out and he called BS on this and they didn't they didn't like it too much because he had access to the student email network and when he did he put it on the bulletin boards and so on student raza hasn't mastercard wasn't too happy in school and happy happy or whatever the hell this is i've been through this before and you doing this ask and highlighting what they're doing in how they're always going to do this and if they pull back at one place for a year they'll be back later so you mapping out this this thing and this private company doing this you should talk to terry he's good libertarian no tell you what's up so things where to go touch yeah i think my guess is right now the the people that beating probably happening tagged as a liberal complaining about google and the lucian private companies companies and stuff and i mean google is like you said of course local area they're down in the south san francisco hour hour and a half drive try again but they're not super popular year that was a lot of the tech companies are popular google actually actually can people protesting you know it got it got these buses coming up to therapy i got a chance for people like blockaded depopulating the they're not popular on campus women kenya here that we'll be right back with star child just a little talk about lots of things that we weren't cleared out plate and we'll get into some of the other gig get going into the overall picture in the real estate market today is one of frustration station when you take many factors into consideration the housing market pundits would have you believe that everything is okay but the long-term trending on the real estate numbers say otherwise you are starting waiting to see another wave of commercial and retail centre vacancies which follows a downturn in the 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you know you want something to stick in the mind of what's got your attention now star trial sure well like you said it's always a bunch of different issues nationally i'm back in a guy that says if you're following libertarian in pretty presidential stuff lately might have even heard of some years ago before he ever connected LPN david berman supremes are i am am i n last name supreme the supremes singer announcing based on that but anyway he's a performance artist he's kind of left the anarchists and very funny he's gotta be a youtube video with over five million views from debates in the democratic primary the answer when he was running in two thousand eleven DVD good sample a satire to talk about free tony sure every american and having zombie powered energy has been billed giant turbines and dangle baynes in front of these on these and they'd walk after the rains and turn the turbines turbines generate energy and reduce dependence on foreign oil and then also having a mandatory to crushing loss strong piece for strong america it anyway it's stat tired of the kind of promises a political candidates typically make no i got his picture up with food on i got a video that new hampshire political thing he is really smart he's a nice he's just making fun of the whole freaking thing and he and rarely the only time he had ever broken character just sit and talk with me was at pork fest this last year in june you know i was i was talking uh after all we're getting ready to go and everything just sat down the park bench and he didn't even have is buddha so he just tell me what's up and like you say he's performance artist at gets it's attention and brings up stuff that needs to be brought up nobody else brings up yeah and he is you know when i first research about him i thought it was great you know what we need when i heard he's like you know interested in running from libertarian nomination he's another job candidates this guy in minnesota ran dan called nuts this basically having some fun with it without really having a fever more profound satirical message or anything when i i met vermin at the twenty sixth national l. p. convention and it has a stake comic con or not comic but it was like a toast displacing going on next door with people dressed up in outfits and stuff and and a whole bunch of their own people doing over there i i was trying to help vermin room and get into the debate and you had to collect a certain number tokens to be part of the presidential debate within unfortunately get and i really don next door and he came back talked to him he's like you know yeah over there and telling people you know the libertarian so like free ponies and involve great now now he's like so he didn't get into our debate now over like badmouthing the party but then i realized now you guys you know part of the stick and he's actually actually telling you just like it is like we don't like we don't like handouts at taxpayer expense based on aggression and so forth that's exactly exactly right you know and i'm just thinking you know we tried to cast forty years or so to when candidates were earnest and zere and has very serious messages about the aggression of the evils big government and all the stuff that's going on you know maybe maybe we should try something a little different especially in the wake of donald trump getting like they're kind of like anything can happen right and somebody who's out there and get it getting publicity and good at attracting attention and he's he's it's interesting because it's great it was good to have darryl perry and william calley and all these guys run as anarchist into a lot of people you don't want him in there and then they'll think like we have anarchist and i'm going well good and it was there was a lot of support for what they had to say now of course you know so the tradition prevailed but b i wanna go ahead this is like a five minute part in here and there's he he's given his you you know is opening presentation and then it looks like there is a question from a reporter or audience in the debate the forum here so let's go ahead yeah well you know what i hear it is there's a guy asking a question so let's go ahead and put this up and just kind of i have no idea what's going on or two minutes it's the twenty five seconds into a five minute twelve second whatever but we'll go ahead just get a little just a taste of vermin supreme arrigo like some of the other candidates including a former governor romney this is not your showy say first rodeo let us say that this is not the first time you have run for president in hampshire primary and president romney has been accused and i'm not taking a position one way or the other taking different positions on different issues i'm asking you right now are do you still stand by your pledge made in two thousand and eight to provide a pony for every american yes i do sir free ponies for all americans americans one of the overlooked issues in america today my free pony platform is of course jobs creation program it will create lots and lots of jobs once we switch over to pony already so lower our dependence on foreign oil but also be able to out turn pony poop into methane gas title compost so we'll be able to re up our soil that is being depleted by arrow chemicals etc etc etc and of course the important thing to realize is that it is a federal pony identification program with you at all time i i'm just follow up an investor shoemakers questions yes regarding the ponies oh my god he's getting them to talk about ponies this this is amazing okay let me let me start in the beginning i guess he had an opening statement let's let's just do a little bit of that thank you this has been eroding the gum line of this great nation long enough and must be stopped for too long this country has been suffering a great moral and oral decay in spirit and incisors a country's future depends on its ability to fight back we can no longer be a nation indentured salvation is at stake together we must brace ourselves as we cross over to the bridge work the the twenty third century let's bite the bullet and together make america a sea of shining smiles from sea to shiny amy see friends some people tell you this mandatory tooth brushing law is about the secret dental police kicking down your door at three AM to make sure you've brushed friends it is got some will mention the dental reeducation centers travel apple detention facilities it's about okay okay okay i i can see where this this is what he does he's just like the absurdity because everything he's saying is just a different version too same crap that they do right exactly okay no i'm definitely included whether i want you know this would be awesome if he had a bourbon supreme with rubber boot on his head on the debate stage with the other guy he'd be the one to be reasonable you know so yeah ah i get my one of my lines they came for him as you know might just take a guy wearing wearing a food on his head to get the government off our next to and we're actually we're blessed the cycle the key with pretty good candidates i mean and if it if it wasn't for supreme i i would be supporting adam co cashew is another fantastic access is very good at getting publicity the former marine iraq war veteran his hair he came down i know you're just on the show monday we actually as a mechanic anneke RV engine go down as mechanic guy here yes he's been staying here a couple of days and they finally found an engine i if he got he went he left i went to bed he went last night it to get it on his truck and he's heading up today pick up adam albuquerque and they're replacing the engine on his RV and hit the road again add all right this minute okay okay okay this is a question i got you got time to answered all right i just need to know and now vermin supremes buddhism the left boot or a right boots doesn't matter which governs do i know i just wonder watering changeable decorating what yeah i am i don't remember the might actually have now i don't know there's different ones that keep better some johnson doesn't megaphone he's been an actress for quite a it's an add to the mix you you need cloud you let them recently signed up for one of these self defense classes brought along a camera crew to watch take a good look at this class instructor thank you very much boy was he smooth he tried to butter us up with flowery compliments like good work nice try try but don't worry folks i wasn't letting my guard down for one second maybe you wasn't planning to attack me at all but he could potentially plan to attack me at some point point and that left only one option take him out i this is mike lawrie approached and when the moment was right i struck doc i knew it'd be able to counter my every move if i just did what he taught me so instead of did i beat him with a baseball bat in the knowledge that this man may have never been a threat but a 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the new asylum policy had some states along the southern border the post ads the policy is meant to deny asylum to anyone who passes through another country country on the weight of the US without seeking protection there i most people crossing the southern border are central america's flea violence and poverty are largely in eligible usual under the new rule as ourselves secrets from africa asia and south america just six weeks after president trump attacked baltimore on twitter as s a rat and rodent infested messa group of activists plan to protest the presence appears in the city today trump will be speaking at the twenty nineteen house republican republican retreat dinner at a downtown hotel outside hundreds are expected to rally against his policies on immigration war in climate change says says miranda bachman organizer for ice at a baltimore one of the groups involved in the protest we deeply opposed trump's policies his policies racism is policies of division of workers at a press people in poor people we've seen him attack migrants refugees and make attack that they are not so veiled and are racist trump has stood by his comments a majority black baltimore and his criticism of the city's democratic congressman elijah she comings i'm diane bernard reporting uber lift drivers and their allies in the labor movement or urging governor gavin newsom to sign a bill AB five passed passed on wednesday that would reclassify tens of thousands of california contract workers as employees the measure could give the employees access to minimum wage h. guarantees unemployment insurance and workers comp aiden alva- is a lift driver and activists with the group gig workers rising he says right now the multibillion dollar companies company's business model depends on the constant availability of drivers but workers make nothing while they're waiting for a gig lifting directly benefiting from nineteen flavor labor of drivers in order to resolve it they need to pay for the time when people are waiting for derives the law sets up a test whereby companies will have to approved that contract workers are not doing work central to the business and uber's CEO said wednesday he will press that claim and refuses to reclassify contract workers as completes companies are also planning a ballot measure next year that would gut AB five i'm suzanne potter this is p. s. the amount of toxic waste from oil gas drilling in pennsylvania has skyrocketed in recent years and now a new map let you know what's being dumped nearby in two thousand eighteen alone alone fracking and the keystone state generated sixty nine million barrels of liquid waste and one point four million tonnes of solid waste that wastes contains heavy metals such as is lead arsenic and radioactive elements such as radium two twenty six but it is exempt from federal and state hazardous waste regulations most of it ends up in landfills and other disposal sites in pennsylvania according to melissa trautmann with earthworks their new interactive map allows anyone to locate nearby disposal sites heights by typing in their address the map shows where those places are what kinds of waste has been processed or disposed of at that particular site and also so what year the map and accompanying reporter online at earthworks dot org i'm andrea sears reporting the school year is here eric data taylor reports that means teachers once again reaching into their pockets pay for supplies in the classroom the economic policy institute analysis of national center for education statistics satta finds oregon teachers spent four hundred sixty three dollars of their own money on supplies for the two thousand eleven school year compared with the national average of four hundred fifty nine dollars yes that might seem like a post-recession spike but the national average was actually up by two thousand fifteen school year to four hundred eighty dollars state averages weren't available eligible for that year economic policy institute economist immigrants cea says this is a unique burden avia single samia profession how normal is it that you have to go to work with your own materials and these case it's not just for them it for these children analysis as vines that average average spending in high poverty schools was five hundred twenty three dollars compared with four hundred thirty four dollars at low poverty schools and finally our dan hyman reports for school back again doctors are saying your mom is right time to turn off the phone get to bed because you really do need a good night's sleep dr simone faron a cardiologists with data care points to information from the american heart association and others she says it shows that for their mental emotional and physical school health teams should turn the screen off well before bedtime the laptop TV the cellphones smartphones what i would recommend as at least two hours before bedtime you know faron says research confirms what parents always say that foggy feeling you get without enough sleep means poorer learning worst decision making and long-term issues with physical health a lack of sleep old disrupt their thinking and emotions and could push up to take chances dances they should i mike clifford public service we are member and listener supported and we are online at public service dot ORG on if we are to be prepared ed for it we must i shed our fearless without fear because i remember i remember that i am here not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me i remember that one hundred years we have bought these machines and after a sensory you i remember that which members we still let us make them remember go you all own declare your independence in phoenix arizona the EU studios for us would ask screams phoenix an entire trial star child on with us or just yakima today we're going to go with the headlines a little bit and some other stories that you know just stuff you might wanna say little something what's up you know anybody during the break one of the stories it was mentioned referencing guantanamo bay and i just wanted to share something with you're just weird about that show which i thought was pretty interesting revealing then it's costing costing sixty million a year and keep that facility open and that's not even counting a lot of the the areas of extensive defense attorneys and so forth but they also have superior only eighteen hundred guards to watch forty prisoners damn does that's how good racer could use some money there overkill the security but do they really show up fictitious people of money just goes through to somebody they are it's at somebody's girlfriends ex-roommate of noseda general's daughter or god knows what these positions are four do you really think they're sitting there you know komo fourteen around every prisoner cy i don't know i have no idea anybody got a separate sunny guantanamo bay is it's actually on the island two bucks yeah yep and probably a lot of people know better maybe you know the US government basically took this lamps from cuba longtime georg never never gave it back and so that use it 'cause it's extraterritorial tweets they don't have to they they claim they don't have to follow the constitution to get constitution issue was never about anything other than the defense of individual rights this is it's not even whether you're citizen or not they're trying to make that an oath three when i first started doing radio and we're right before invasion of iraq after they got that james walker lender something that the kid yeah johnnie walker lynch area by the way really why he became muslim me went to fight for the taliban and merck men you know rule and my religion says and i'll be willing to kill for it so he goes over there before we declared war somewhere we're doing going over there you get a US citizen and what do you do with them well now to try and prevent these nasty little human rights for any one america's not about being a citizen well they made the argument demint that if they can make you an enemy combatant if you can be an enemy combatant than you are stripped of your citizenship and then like they can do some extra stuff off to you and i'm gonna show that was never the american idea you're you're in our courts your equal under the law as a human being not a citizen but they wanted to equate the two now i could see the sigh up that they were doing and i'm screaming about it ever since and this is how they get to that making any combat and you you don't get writes this is part of that whole issue of nationalism which tests on last time in relation to freedom of movement because a lot of immigrants as part of this you know religion it's really like a religion a at the very least it's a strong ideology of nationalism which it says like oh your your rights rights or not dependent upon you being an individual human being with inherent rights that he writes depending on whatever the government claims jurisdiction over the part of the earth surface that you happen to live define decided they want to give you allow you to have this is where it goes to extort money from people and divide the people on the basis of where their parents were okay i saw me more was it yesterday maybe i can find it but the main basically was was this the point that they were making was you're not responsible for the sins of your father well this is not as an immigrant you know i'm not responsible for you know i was born here i'm not responsible for this or that but then when it comes to other issues you are they consist hypocrisy of me find that i wanna find that i think yeah this is one reason listen i i refer to as a religion and there's some other things like the the climate change issue global warming climate change because it can hurt the best that starts getting cooler and the the whole sort of PC locally correct stuff about you know race and gender and so forth it's just you know the old christian doctrine of original thin tasks from the different packaging you know you're you're you're guilty not because what do you think that you personally did but because of some circumstances of your birth you had no control your born caucasian ancestry see your word a man or you're born you know in el salvador instead of the united states or those kind of tough tough luck you know we we're gonna treat you you as a second class person you know and so it's just you know i feel there's something in the human fakey whether earth socialized or biologically inherited some combination that's the really finds itself susceptible opted to this idea of of virtual in bill the okay here here here's the state of people really quick i i w i i'm not taking any blame or any credit for anything anybody else does you have no control over especially if they did flyers born here it here it is this is a quote this was says i remember a friend of mine sent me a bunch launches stop and it says democrats claim daca kids so this is a dream thing you know kids that came to their parents guide democrats claim daca kids kids shouldn't have to pay for their parents crimes but white people are still responsible for seventeenth century slave owners so the point of course is the policy of you know you're white you got white privilege you should be punished for the crimes or the enslavement you know centuries ago of whatever but you know we argue that you're not responsible for your ancestor or even your parents crime crime for bringing you here so it's just an inconsistency and kinda stuck in my head it's hypocrisy everywhere there no so would you i know that kinda hits close to home with you this nationalism thing but what do you think of that they'll say look man these kids don't have any criminal but at the same time you know these same people are going yeah but you're white and you should be held responsible for what your great grandparents did i should agree it's a poxy and i i don't you know i i don't have have a lotta truck with the whole like i mean first of all like white and black these these like artificial categories to begin with it's kinda like hong somebody he's an american you know it's not i mean in reality human skin and origins coming all different shades varieties and you go back far far enough like just about everybody is descended from the disliked today is suspended from you know the people guy alive alive thousand or two thousand years ago just mathematically it's all interconnected in there and so to say like well you know my ancestors did this and this is i should take either credit or blame for what they did i it's just kind of each us and these are just the racist just like you oh you got a lot of people coming out holla jizing and saying they're ashamed for being white and all this other stuff and i'm going one show me up i don't know what the hell white means means anyway but i i just there's a sickness here why would you think that they would apologize for how a you the race they were born what the psychological aspect of that that you see well it's it's hard thing conseco autocorrect called mark mark is that is positive on on the left i know it's popular why a why is it yeah what psychological we give a crap somebody said that oh right sorry i'm white where does that come from why i think one one of the things is legitimate which from the six letter of captain mark a pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions unfortunately the crown impresses everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished i years ago but the crowns still claims to own us when it comes into service against our will given sufficient ambition it would gladly draft thousands of hapless victims to kill or be killed it's simply slavery by another name landlubbers routinely commanded disturbed the so-called justice system in jury duty but before you swell with civic pride cried 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he kind of like you know a lot of us predates a lot of the stuff that you see in the news you're amount where did that come from come from just pissing off one guy why one little thing something get to have his say and then a bunch of other people go yeah i'm glad you waste said and then it just goes from there well there's a lot of these issues and i wanted to go through just do freedoms phoenix and just go through some of the headlines and i wanna talk about is there anything that you know cross your mind you'll make sure we get in star child now before we get in mazda nothing essential i mean there's a lot of stuff locally here f f i could talk about and he certainly knows talk more about the nationalized politically correct issues as soon as you get into their or you know just the the potential for freedom around the world this is sort of a hot but miss you for me is i think libertarians often don't really really think enough about the fact that this is a truly worldwide movement and trying to treat it as such i think some people still will this kind of gets to what i started to say before the last break here about the fact that there really hasn't been a lot of oppression on the basis of things take race gender sexual orientation you know now now we're really seeing a backlash against that are in some places the backlash has gone too far but there's still many other the places in the world where there remains serious traditional oppression against the people of races by by governments by law you know no like i mean it's being gay is subject to the death penalty in i forget i think like half a dozen entries or something and many others this spirit criminal penalties against women only just recently got the right to legally drive in saudi arabia and they're still all kinds of i just seen some stories where women as part of their activism they're wearing western dress and don't have the i don't know they got different names for their ku klux klan outfit but you know the they go in west in western dress to the mall and ooh i can see see your ankles i mean so this is in western dress i mean conservative just you know pantsuit or something never showing her face and this is becoming a a big deal so i'm i you know as a american activist what would be your role what would you say or do or i mean it's not like you want government go do something or ban something or bs i mean you know what role do you think america or americans and give me the difference difference should play in this yeah well there's there's a lot of things that we can do as individuals cer- certainly if you go and travels any of these places you can just kind of be a personal personal example and and talk to people on an individual level and introduce them to some new ideas perhaps new ways that they may not have considered without traveling there's choices that we make about how to spend our money in some cases can impact on on people overseas he's there's company i'm trying to get together thinking about doing here locally is just having a a meet up root reaper forum for people who are supporting either independence or greater autonomy movements in different places around the world or fighting for freedom in these different for countries you know there's there's dozens literally i'm ex compiling a list of groups and there's some of this country seeking independence or face like roy and alaska you know who who are trying to get new countries recognized and the united nations is basically it's very narrow aero club of the existing governments and they're very reluctant to let any new member of that club there's dozens of of different unrecognized this states out there or groups of people that don't have their own jurisdictions where they feel represented the kurds and the palestinians are a couple the larger ones taiwan taiwan taiwan is legally recognize by i think something like a dozen countries so that number has been shrinking because the the beijing asian government in china regime i should say has been very much cranking up the pressure on governments around the world to try to get them to withdraw i want to say oh that's part of our country you know we're all part of china we get through it now backed up by this gun you know right right i say well it is one time you probably china then they gene government should you know just standing have the whole thing by the chinese government which is at least elected unlike the the the the communist name on the in in beijing now bereft of any ideology there just to maintain their money and power i mean if there's probably convert inequality in china today the united states you've another nominally still yeah this hong kong thing you're in san francisco that's a kind of a lot of chinese students and you know you're close to hong kong i'm just feel what's the support for the arabs i actually did putting feelers just recently i haven't sound connected with any people are really acting for hong kong here but i just recently there's a controversy chrissy over a woman they rose tax who died a couple of years ago here and she was she started columnist for the san francisco chronicle and she kind of made herself into a lobbyist and sorta high-power lutheran fixer sort of as on between city hall and the chinese american community here just went and she loves the DC and money for different projects and stuff and so they wanna they wanna name this new subway station after the towers the well if you want to change are not happy this you know they see her as somebody who is close to the beijing regimes d- she got a lot of veterans that falloon gone i don't know how many of your listeners may have heard of lean gong but feld f. a. l. and face a g. o. n. g. also sometimes when i was called falloon dafa DFA basically kind of a a spiritual movement combining healthy living mind body exercises this is this kind of thing best death late nineties at least nineteen ninety eight there was a big crackdown on this in china because a bunch of falungong practitioners got together and they had a big just not even a demonstration is sort of a peaceful math gathering of people burning doing these kind of tie sheet type exercise in front of communist party opposite in in beijing and the authorities like whoa wait all these people come from is is scary we gotta clamp down on this we don't want you know anybody coming with this kind of ability to generate mass demonstrations like yeah how flash mobs they're they're they're they're right right well anything that they perceive as a threat car which i think this was i think actually ever so he came up with this kind of kind of billy you know like this is a totally diesel apolitical thing it's sorta hard for the authorities to legitimately come down on it but it's just a way of getting people serve together in solidarity around something and apparently millions and millions of people in china are on yeah well they have carpet on the 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thing rabbit has found gong thing and it was you know they're they're really we're being persecuted by going after neil and you go why does this church thing no it's kind of like a flash mob they just gather and do tai chi which is where you see chinese do in their hands slow movements and a lot of old people are doing it's kinda like chinese yoga you know so the fact the fact that the mere fact that you can get a bunch of people together in one place at one time that is the threat to these totalitarian authoritarian collective we rule you and you didn't get a permission slip to have a bunch of people get together where's your permit for gathering of whatever oh oh then you start seeing coming into the united states mirka same kind of thank it's it's not quite as widespread as you know every couple of blocks locks you can get off liar you're wherever i was with they were probably doing the church thing and welcome to chinatown yeah we'll see people there but anyway on there i started talking about this just mentioning won't occurred so kind of political issues here that volume is all over the place i need you to kind of stick on your phone and a microphone something because i mean damn has this sound right now and good just you'll stick with one is it's probably at my mouth pointed away from the little mike on the phone that's we'll keep okay thanks for letting so this woman rose pack and it was a political political lobbyists and picture and so forth you've got a couple of years ago and they're trying to put her name on the new subway station there bill in chinatown as usual government boondoggle billions of dollars etc but but yes she was she was really clashing with a flu dog people repeatedly had connections to beijing and it's a lot of people here the chinese he's american community don't want her name my myself we've got one of these folks coming to our monthly libertarian party meeting tomorrow to talk about the issue and often in recent moves in the chinese community here about bike self defense is concerns ends about crime and some chinese are getting some press talking favorite brand ownership which is pretty unusual year for san francisco this is not the place where gun ownership is popular just a few years ago got rid of the last story in the city that sold germs and the cow palace facility wouldn't few miles south of san francisco so have gun shows there for a long time they finally got state legislation to put a stop to that who last a gun show is going to be next month june average here candidacy have in the past gun shows but okay now they're allowing there is a big effort to try and regulate out zone out you can't have explosives the firing the primers for the bubbly blah blah blah got gunpowder out there and you could buy out in the open all my goodness you're still having gun shows in san francisco it's not in san francisco the san francisco patches just been trying to put a stop years it's complicated because the land that this facilities on is also is actually owned by the state and so they've had to try to try to get it through at the state level to to make them stop you know it's taken them a while to do but they finally did in the past it so unfortunately like i said last gun show at the cow palace is going to be next next month the county south of san francisco sexy weird happens something email from all over to the those things now of course we have what we got up on premiums phoenix today you know mark j bicker attorneys for freedom dot com they always on i think it's saturday afternoon at one they always have a table out there and got a stage in a bunch of chairs thirty forty nitsa standing room and he he gives presentation on the gun staying and freedom and so here in arizona and maybe a little bit different mindset but that's from decades of us being butt heads and you guys sure you wanna play a lot of different out there and it must basis a reason there's a ragged slap why do you think that happened it was from activism the people articulating the real reasons for and against and they start coming after us guys won't play on play until they don't wanna play anymore because it doesn't benefit them every time that you get the hair on the back of the neck of the gun community come out nigga we have a say in spend us some money and vote a certain away a run some candidates that doesn't happen in california are those guys marginalized with a shot what happens to the second amendment advocates there they moved their zona it's it's just such an unpopular issue locally here in san francisco that it's kind of like you know it's i i won't say it's not a fight we're having because i think it's always the right time to advocate for the right thing as martin luther king said i'll still talk about gun rights that it's just like you're not making any progress here like like how much progress are you gonna make you know having drag queens retire or something and and you know i don't know i mean there's there's issues here where were we're ahead i mean like san francisco elected district attorney for example and we've got a very good candidate running right now that i'm splitting is trying to end mass incarceration the money bail and stuff like that he actually works public tenders office right now but you know so there's some issues where locally readers in pretty good shape here in san francisco but there's uh others like gums where you know no it's just so unpopular there's no no local elected officials who who will talk in favor of it and it's not the fault of the activist people aren't doing enough activists in this community gained so much left politically i mean nancy pelosi's district restrict time in congressional leader of course you know she gets reelected typically about eighty percent of the vote right so that's the tell you something okay what is the percent of i mean you eighty pri what'd you say eighty percent yeah upper seventies around eighty percent he gets reelected and she's been in since nineteen eighteen eighty four leave it was she like eighty to eighty four and since the very first time she ran for office he has never made it her on she she just doesn't do it and the media doesn't hold her accountable for it they don't get all over it say why aren't you debating your challenges to she just doesn't debate him than just keeps getting reelected without a lot of talk about it so what run san francisco i mean of course it's i see you the milk milk act there's a movie played by sean penn end of the where the gay activism kind of movie by the way about harvey sean kind of terrific actor he really nails i think and it was just the activism awesome and rising up and the collectivisation of we come together and the gay community but to what end l. libertarian freedom of but that was an it's a they take over the positions of and do whatever they then those one day become day them those so the gay community is what freedom oriented would you say that on certain issues they are you know facebook for example we should talk about earlier in the context of all this information harvesting first thing i'm trying to think through city college facebook had to kinda back you out a little bit in the face of basically a bunch of drag queens and gave eighth people who got fed about getting locked out of their accounts or i'd have extended take names and they are a whole community meeting or the facebook the concert showed up we're very you know made continuously noises the community has uh traditionally on us democrats and sufficiently been mostly focused microphone microphone yeah mostly focused on civil liberties issues and stuff but it's complicated i mean it is another complicated i tell you exactly what we see it in the libertarian party anywhere anywhere else whenever you gotta consolidation of power privilege or opportunity or whatever it gets infiltrated by them those and you got somebody you ah gang why how a 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i don't want to miss anything that you say all right so some of the issues that are up i think you have some comment on is this one tulsi gabbard early on in debate she kind of skyrocketed to the front and popular by the people of we wanna hear what she has to say and here's a woman in her i went and looked at her history as a city councilwoman state legislator in congress and moving on up and in the military and had to say about that and and wore socks and cayenne you're you're not allowed to be on the debate stage we'll make sure you can't go ask you got wrong polled which of course she's not raw paul that's not the point it's not the philosophy is that she was countered or wherever the hell they wanted and you're not allowed to hear her last night they had the democratic party debate and i'm like all right i'll donna goes hey it's on you really but i'm i'm eating dinner and she made spaghetti for sitting down living room turned on the democratic debate on ABC ABC's during it right where it was and i turned it on watching it blah nabala blah blah blah blah and of course looks like a face lift and blab blah blah blah and i go this is the most i want my brain cells back and the only person i was really interested in hearing and going up against this machine is tulsi gabbard that they have taken out what say you star child i didn't watch it either you know she was they got around with debates she's not allowed you know do you even know who tells the gabbard is i mean yeah yeah from hawaii she's sounds like the best of the the high profile democrats now any more reason she on you know anti government intervention overseas issues i guess ron paul even wrote something supporting or i gather she's not so great on on some other issues of course snob economics of course yeah so yeah i i don't know a whole heck of a lot about her i don't really have any particular thoughts to share their but it's the only you're sure well if i was just picking your interesting ken pain i'd even care about with the democrats and they're just not you're not allowed you're not allowed to hear the you're not allowed it is a sitting congresswoman with a long track record she's female she's hindu she's she checks off all all the boxes nego hail no now no hailed kamala harris is the one that they want she's the next to hillary whatever the hell then you've got hillary out there campaigning with lisbeth warren so that when they go to the democratic national convention all the super delegates yeah we're just going to make hillary the nominee and elizabeth warren VP candidate eh woman ticket of you vote for us we hate trump and i'm going what didn't you got the libertarian coke guys never trump and all this they're going to be used us to do whatever they can to peel off some votes for trump to get any democrat 'cause they don't care that's the role they're playing they get their money i what what was that again obscene with bill weld doing this i'm i'm libertarian libertarian libertarian libertarian all of a sudden he goes yeah ed goes back and republican he's gonna run into give people don't even know bill weld the VP nominee for the libertarian party is on their record he has filed his papers papers as a republican running against trump i'm well aware of why you see this there's some back in canceled bullshit going on a a lot of us never trusted her wanted him in the first place yeah no we knew that was why i was screaming sad when they say they're going we'll use stab it we'll step this one one woman was lee dern i think i can't remember the name but she she was running for VP because she wanted to make sure that gary had a good qualified VP candidate and she's attorney did his ballot access stuff in manhattan or something and she put herself up we'll make sure well they pressured her you got oh we gotta have bill well we'll get to play and on down the road of bill all the money and bill will and she goes all right well i will drop out and do that because i want gary what he wants if you will say you won't stab us in the back like you did the libertarian party in new york when you said you are run as governor and you pull screwy louis whatever so he wouldn't say it he goes on a lifetime member of gum and i'm sitting up i'm going to say it say it say it is screaming at man beddoe billed as any basis support at this point you know mark sanford getting the race now basically another sort of mildly libertarian leaning republican and still welcome at any kind of traction you wouldn't have have somebody else who's got what do you think of this just in a mosh thing they're pushing justin amash i i would not be sorry to see him joined the NBA i don't think he's just sort of milk toast republican it's always gonna come down to the coke to produce energy policy i guarantee it i want to make sure bumper gets in there let me finish i want to make sure that jacob hornberger bumper and just in a mosque it to have this internal debate of along with verne vermin and everybody else now to care but i get bumper and justin in they're going out and libertarian man we all wins do well all of all the candidates should be allowed to debate and how there's multi-tier process of elimination but all of them should be in at least the the initial the date as far as i'm concerned and and the party hasn't been great on that of those better than the south should parties government that i wanted to give a shout out to who other libertarian can't running the cycle woman mike mike mike on your mouth mike yeah i wanted to give a shout out to another libertarian candidates running with cycle camera wedded mentioned earlier and scream and having co cash kim is better good hardcore libertarian she's a single mom businesswoman has really comes across i think very sensible act i know kim she ran here nerves on now either see or adam vermin supreme i get him into the bait and mississippi awesome is a party even more so we can't do a debate because it's not going to be paid for and sponsored entre by NBC there'll be a debate but you know there's been problems in the past where there have been a nicely put on gotta stage cameras and set up and ready to go and stream online don't give a crap with the network to win is been libertarian presidential party debate not not at the convention when does that happen tell me i haven't seen i remember when well dolan look on youtube you find state conventions they a lot of these candidates have been debating eating you know various times and in different cycles this isn't the first cyclist happened but there's been multiple debate recycling can go and find him i mean that's something to national party b. i leave the state parties have a national debate what the hell are they good for what's good for what are they doing where's the debate kind of huahua huahua blah blah blah blah blah blah because they already selected a candidate they already know what they want these guys they just it's over the question you gotta give any time to answer because you keep talking here the answer i gave my answer go ahead there's the national asu party only has a has something like one point five million a year and a good probably third of that is eaten up with about access just trying to to make sure that the candidates can legally get on the ballot helping states have state parties be able to to get their candidates to local and state candidates on the ballot i i am so so there's that drain then you know staff takes up another no no you're not thinking outside the box remember who in rock creek and burger out of georgia in the nineties they go you know what we're going to have a specific targeted donation to do full page ads in the new york times that down we are looking for crowdfunding that the national party should should have a list at any given time a dozen or so priorities on the website hey here's our current list of staffing have it appeal to a wide range of they don't like that 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rule as our solemn secrets from africa asia and south america just six weeks after president trump attacked baltimore on twitter as a rat and rodent infested mess a group of activists plan to protest the president's appearance in the city today trump will be speaking at the twenty nineteen house republican lookin' retreat dinner at a downtown hotel outside hundreds are expected to rally against his policies on immigration war in climate change says miranda random bachman organizer for ice at a baltimore one of the groups involved in the protest we deeply opposed trump's policies his policies racism the system is policies of division of workers at a press people in poor people we've seen him attack migrants refugees and make attacks that are not not so veiled and are racist trump has stood by his comments a majority black baltimore and his criticism of the city's democratic congressman elijah cummings comings i'm diane bernard reporting uber lift drivers and their allies in the labor movement or urging governor gavin newsom to sign a bill AB five passed on wednesday that would reclassify tens of thousands of california contract workers as employees the measure could give the employees access to minimum wage guarantees aaron tease unemployment insurance and workers comp aiden alva- is a lift driver and activist with the group gig workers rising he says right now the multibillion dollar companies as a business model depends on the constant availability of drivers but workers make nothing while they're waiting for a gig lipton uber directly benefiting from nineteen labor our own drivers in order to resolve it they need to pay for the time when people are waiting for derives the law sets up a test whereby companies will have to prove that contract workers are not doing work central to the business and uber's CEO said wednesday he will press that claim and refuses to reclassify contract workers as employees yeast companies are also planning a ballot measure next year that would gut AB five i'm suzanne potter this is p. s. you about of toxic waste from oil and gas drilling in pennsylvania has skyrocketed in recent years and now a new bap let you know what's being dumped nearby in two thousand eighteen alone fracking in the keystone state generated sixty nine million barrels of liquid waste and one point four million tonnes of solid waste that waste contains heavy metals such as lead within arsenic and radioactive elements such as radium to twenty-six but it is exempt from federal and state hazardous waste regulations most of it ends up in landfills pills and other disposal sites in pennsylvania according to melissa trautmann with earthworks their new interactive map allows anyone to locate nearby disposal sites by by typing in their address the map shows where those places are what kinds of waste has been processed or disposed of at that particular site and also so what year the map and accompanying reporter online at earthworks dot org i'm andrea sears reporting the school year is here eric tate off reports that means teachers once again reaching into their pockets pay for supplies in the classroom the economic policy institute analysis of national center for education statistics data data finds oregon teachers spent four hundred sixty three dollars of their own money on supplies for the two thousand eleven school year compared with the national average of four hundred fifty nine dollars that might seem like a post recession spike but the national average was actually up by the two thousand fifteen school year to four hundred eighty dollars state averages weren't available for that year economic policy institute economist immigrants cea says this is a unique burden EDS synchophant he added profession how normal is it that you have to go to work with your own materials and these days it's not just for them it's for children the analysis of fines that average spending spending in high poverty schools was five hundred twenty three 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listening to the heartland newsfeed ready nip work at live dot hot land-use fee dot con this stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by you follow us on facebook twitter and instagram instagram's public new servers down newscast thursday september twelfth twenty nineteen i'm mike clifford the US supreme court backs trump by the strict asylum rule and protests expected when the president visits what he called roden vested baltimore more first our top story this precourt allowing nationwide enforcement now the new trump administration rule it prevents most central american immigrants seeking asylum in in the US that from the washington post report the order late wednesday temporarily une does a lower court ruling that blocked the new asylum policy had some states along long southern border the post ads policy is meant to deny asylum to anyone who passes through another country on the weight of the US without seeking protection there i i most people crossing these other border are central america's flea violence poverty they're largely in eligible under the new rule as our asylum-seekers from africa asia and south america just six weeks after president trump attacked baltimore on twitter as a rat and rodent infested mess a group of activists plan to protests the president's appearance in the city today trump will be speaking at the twenty nineteen house republican retreat dinner at a downtown hotel outside aside hundreds are expected to rally against his policies on immigration were an climate change says miranda bachman organizer for ice at a baltimore one one of the groups involved in the protest we deeply oppose trump's policies his policies racism is policies of division of workers impress people in poor people we've seen him attack migrants refugees and make attack that are not so veiled and are racist trump has stood by his comments comments on majority black baltimore and his criticism of the city's democratic congressman elijah cummings i'm diane bernard reporting uber lift drivers and their allies in the labor movement or urging governor gavin newsom to sign a bill AB five passed on wednesday that would reclassify tens of thousands of california california contract workers as employees the measure could give the employees access to minimum wage guarantees unemployment insurance and workers comp aiden alva- alva- is a lift driver and activist with the group gig workers rising he says right now the multibillion dollar companies business model depends on the constant availability of drivers but workers make nothing while they're waiting for gig lifting uber directly benefiting from nineteen flavor of drivers in order to resolve it they need to take time when people are waiting for derives the law sets up a test whereby companies will have to prove that contract workers are not doing work central to the business and auburn CEO said wednesday he will press that claim and refuses to reclassify contract workers as employees companies are also planning a ballot measure next year that that would gut AB five i'm suzanne potter this is p. s. the amount of toxic waste from oil gas drilling and pennsylvania has skyrocketed in recent years now a new map let you know what's being dumped nearby in two thousand eighteen alone fracking in the keystone state generated sixty nine million barrels of liquid waste and one point four million tonnes of solid waste that waste contains heavy metals such as lead and arsenic and radioactive elements such as radium two twenty twenty six but it is exempt from federal and state hazardous waste regulations most of it ends up in landfills and other disposal sites in pennsylvania according to melissa melissa trautmann with earthworks their new interactive map allows anyone to locate nearby disposal sites by typing in their address the map shows where those was places are what kinds of waste has been processed or disposed of at that particular site and also what year the map and accompanying reporter online online at earthworks dot org i'm andrea sears reporting the school year is here eric data reports that means teachers once again reaching into their pockets pay for supplies in the classroom the economic policy institute analysis of national center for education statistics data find oregon teachers spent four hundred sixty three dollars of their own money on supplies for the two thousand eleven school year compared with the national average of four hundred fifty nine dollars that might seem like a post recession spike but the national national average was actually up by the two thousand fifteen school year to four hundred eighty dollars state averages weren't available for that year economic policy institute economist immigr- or CS says this is a unique burden if you think of any other profession how normal is it that you have to go to work with your own material yes i mean these days it's not just for them it for the children the analysis also finds that average spending high poverty schools was five hundred twenty three dollars compared compared with four hundred thirty four dollars at low poverty schools and finally our dan hyman reports for school back in doctors are saying your mom is right time to turn off the phone get to bed because you really do need a good night's sleep dr simone fahran cardiologists with theta care points team formation from from the american heart association and others she says it shows that for their mental emotional and physical health teams should turn the screens off well before bedtime on the laptop the tv the cellphones smartphones what i would recommend is at least two hours before bedtime you know farrell farren says research confirms what parents always say that foggy feeling you get without enough sleep means poor learning worst decision making and long-term issues issues with physical health a lack of sleep will disrupt their thinking and emotions and could push up to take chances they should i 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prison she was subjected to abuse objected to inadequate medical care and she's actually documented injustice a lot a lot of the obstacles that she's overcome in a book that she wrote called angel knows so we'll talk about that we'll talk about her entire story let me bring her on the show angelique nick welcome to felony friday thank you glad to be here thank you so much for coming on the show and once again shout out to me a king for connecting us maliki is just an awesome guy and i feel like i said every time that he connects me with with somebody but he has communicated with who's done time in the criminal justice system and formed a bond with and he's just doing a doing great work so thanks again balik and angelique before we get started talking about really your struggles in the system the obstacles you ever come the book that you wrote let's let's turn the clock all the way back to your childhood we're you grew up if you could just share with the audience what that was like what your experiences were like in your early years okay so am i born in tacoma washington and at first when i started to know you know what was going on from being you know an infant to you know what five six seven years old it seem normal but really it was after i found out things it became very confusing in hurtful and anyway so my dad who i thought was my dad forgive me to if i get emotional my dad was that it was my dad was really my stepfather and my mom who i thought was my mom would really my grandma and so they adopted me from her daughter you know and so when i'm five when i'm like seven years old we're on a camping trip and they had a late bloomer son and his name's dan and dan came running up going teasing me going you're adopted your adopted i'm like what's that even mean i mean you know and then so i kinda had abandonment issues from that and so from then on i don't want to give out the whole old book though but from then on my oldest brother who was adopted as well we we have different dads but the same mom molested meet until i was sixteen every day and yeah and and it it messed my mind you know and then when i see when i was sixteen i tried telling my mom who was my grandma my what really was going on and she said he wouldn't do that to you and so i had to leave i had to go nowhere to i didn't trust them and so i ran the streets you know and i could always go home and at times i did when i was desperate but it was only when i was desperate because he was still there anyway i wrote about the story and after all the years of living living life i did i was a i made a career out of doing bad you know what i mean i mean i survived up to that i didn't want it wasn't that i chose to do that they didn't grow up you know i wanna be a drug dealer or a thief never did i think like that it was just something that happened and after all the years going in and out of the system i thought that's all i knew that's all i could do and 'cause i've never been to school barely got my GED and prison after a six and a half years and i finally applied myself and got it but anyway the book talk about you know the molestation 'cause there's so many people out there to gone through things like this and need to know that they can overcome in need to know that have self worth and because it stripped rip you of all that when things like this happened to you and so why wouldn't they scream out to the heavens like what is wrong with me why can't i get this thing right and i was asking god and then one day i i after i got out of prison doing one hundred twenty six months like i can't go back to doing that because i'll either dying i mean i have over thirteen felony convictions i'm up the charts in anyway so i get out and i start start making meth again and i'm like oh my god i'm gonna go back to prison and then so i put myself in this treatment thing but it's a spiritually based one you know faith-based and a and you had to write verbatim out of the bible every day chapter in when i got to the book of john and it said god is love it and i found that out i was like it blew my mind i it was like is that what i'm lacking love you know what i mean he's was i'm lacking him so anyway it was just a the big eye opener thing in so i felt like i got it and i felt you don't after i started getting into it more and reading more forgive others others as you would forgive you know you need to forgive yourself and so i felt like that's my key to lock this thing you know i gotta forgive give my brother i got a for my mom for leaving me and oh these people that hurt me but ultimately i had to forgive me you know the reason i ask that question i and it's almost almost always the case you know people had been you know this preaching to the choir here and hope a lot of our listeners know this too but people get involved a criminal activity people that become drug addicts people that get sucked into that kind of life it almost always starts with some sort of trauma and that's the i mean our criminal justice system does nothing nothing to address that for the merce for the most part it just compounds owns the issue makes it worse introduces you to more people who are suffering from similar things and to push you more down that path so so you know i'm i'm so sorry to to hear what you've been through i didn't i didn't i didn't know that so basically the book book is a confession the first part there's two parts to this book so the first part is i confess that everything that's ever been done to me and i your for that i've done i mean this book is kind of a wild ride and i don't think anybody's actually ever wrote anything like this 'cause that's another thing you got to to get it off you you've got to tell another person or you got to tell many people just to get the free yourself from the guilt and the shame so there's it's huge having the guilt and shame of doing things that you've done yourself or what has been done to you because otherwise it's it's gonna be like a a fifty pound backpack iraq's on your back and just slowly over time it's gonna keep boeing you over until you throw it away weighing get rid of it right just to just to sort of put this timeline together here so you leave home i think you said when you were sixteen years years old where did you go from there well so when i when this was the first time i ran away and and i wouldn't even gone probably twelve hours and i called my dad and i said i'm cold and hungry come get me so we did in a but he he never knew the things that happened to me at home because he worked graveyard shift at a chemical plant in my mom my grandmother she kept him in the dark for years and then when they told him he wanted to kill joe but joe is already joe it was already killing himself literally with using heroin because of his conscious so yeah sixteen when i started running the streets but when i uh full-fledged we left home i was probably seventeen and a half eighteen almost it's my first time going to jail too so that's why you you went to jail when you were seventeen years old no when i was eighteen yes since for so identity theft my girlfriend worked at a seventy six station in somebody's a credit card misstep to their seventy six station card and they called me up like let's go read this card and that's what we did we went to to the mall and that was the beginning of my criminal activity but the reason and why these thoughts were in my head even do things like that because my my mom and my uncle was see my uncles were in and out of prison and i mean it was like it was already set up for me before i you know it's like history repeats itself you know what i mean so my uncle was in he was a for for marijuana and all these things in a he had a life sentence in so it was are already around me you know bikers my mom's bikers of a biker club and my uncle was president for another biker club so it was like yeah it was dysfunctional to say the least yeah so how how did you how did you bring yourself out of it you know you and i just wanna make sure i'm getting everything correct you so you had that i celebrate so the first infra identity theft and how much how much more time total did you end up serving in prison well so the combined and time together so i even add my you know being in the county jail over twenty nine times to almost eighteen years of my life in the system yeah so finely this last percents you know i i i gave my life to christ and i would like i'm even to you like jesus take the wheel right and so i relocated i did and it didn't go back to where i originally came from which is tacoma and so you get a you know i you know drugs in a crime or anywhere but 'cause they'll sit you still gravitate kinda that character person but it's all up to me to make the correct choice to not go back to that lifestyle you know what i mean and i won't there's just not an option so how do you how how do you do that how do you stay focused on the future and not look back or get sucked so i'm not only for myself but you know i i have a husband now to plus i met him i met him in work release are stories kind of unique you know i met him in work release in a so he's been he's he's been in the system in and out of the system four times as well but you know never had his driver's license over twenty years and we've just been a stepping stones and building blocks talks to create a foundation for our live we brought his older brother because he has huntington's disease and i don't know why it just showed me up but anyway yeah so he's a hundred percent fabled so we're accountable not only for us but for him as well so it helps keep us on track and moving forward i never had a brand new car i have a brand new car worker leaves it just the clothes on my back now i have a place you you know i'm a home i don't have to live in my car that i stole you know today we're examples or examples for other people that go that it's at mindset mm sit in what you it's just like a you know twenty one days if you can make you can make or break a habit in twenty one days but you keep moving forward after those twenty one days it just because the lifestyle and it doesn't you know it's just it's easy i never do it was is this easy before what's the secret to get to and pass those twenty one days you got to love yourself man you got to love love yourself because that's i never did i was so messed up my head but yeah i was i didn't care about myself i had a death wish i was hoping i had to deliver my life like i did you know what i mean i was a woman out there on the streets by ourselves doing things that most men wouldn't do and i would never i wouldn't have prostitute let me tell you that though so anyway but anyway so you gotta love yourself that's that's good that's good advice for for anybody yes now is the chance to use reliable energy to grow your money with the dominion energy reliability investment our new investment aspen 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NPR News: 05-21-2019 7PM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 1 year ago

NPR News: 05-21-2019 7PM ET

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Janine Herbst, but partisan congressional leaders and White House officials met again tonight, trying to work out a two year budget deal for the federal government, but couldn't come to an agreement Democrats left the meeting saying there's still more work to be done on the domestic spending side, and it's not clear when the law meet again, they're hoping to prevent steep spending cuts from going into effect at the end of September. Former White House counsel Don Mcgann fail to comply with a subpoena to testify before the House Judiciary committee today. And here's Windsor Johnston reports he was a no show after the White House directed him to defy democratic demands for him to appear committee chairman Jerry Nadler, says he's prepared to exercise every legal option to compel Mcgann to answer questions about the president's alleged attempts to obstruct the special counsels, Russia, probe, will hear Mr. mcgann's testimony, even if we have to go to court to secure it, the ranking Republican on the committee, Doug Collins. Says Nadler is more interested in spectacle, then finding the facts chairman orchestrated today's confrontation when he could avoid it because he's more interested than the fight than fact-finding. Congressional democrats. Consider Mcgann a key witness. They committee says it's prepared to hold Mcgann in contempt, if he continues to defy the subpoena Windsor Johnston, NPR news, Washington. Congressional Democrats are angry about a proposal to force families of immigrants living in the country illegally out of public housing and fears, Joel rose reports housing and urban development. Secretary Ben Carson took a grilling at a house hearing today on Capitol Hill unauthorized immigrants are already ineligible for Federal Housing subsidies, but the proposed rule would force their families out of public housing to, including fifty five thousand children who are US, citizens or legal residents. Democrats, including Representative Carolyn Maloney of New York are outraged mister secretary the Deion HUD does not stand for. Deportation. But HUD secretary, Ben Carson says there's a long waiting list for public housing. There are hundreds of thousands of children, as well as elderly and disabled people on the waiting list who are legal American citizens under the rule. Carson says people would have eighteen months to move out, toll rose, NPR news, Washington. He at Chrysler says it will build a one point six billion dollar plan to end Troy, the city council approved a Lance wop deal today, paving the way for the plant that is expected to bring thousands of jobs to the city. Michigan governor, Gretchen Whitmer, these jobs will have a sweeping ripple effect throughout our economy. It will strengthen our economy and working families will benefit across Michigan. The automaker says it expects vehicles to roll off the assembly line by late twenty twenty all street higher by the bell. The Dow up one ninety seven NASDAQ up eighty three S five hundred up twenty four. This is NPR. Nearly all of the rivers in western and central Oklahoma are at or above flood stage as Claire, Donnelly, for member station. K G, O, U, rather reports heavy rain and at least ten tornado swept through the state parts of Oklahoma got as much as seven inches of rain, the ground was already saturated from previous storms. So road's flooded quickly Oklahoma City, fire captain. David Macy's says metro firefighters got twenty two high water rescue calls from people trapped in their cars and homes, you'll be in areas where the water ankles eve, and then beats from you, it's needy, and then back to two ankles. So it just depends on the terrain. National weather service meteorologist, John pike says the water could take several days to recede for NPR news. I'm clear Donnelly in Oklahoma City, the post office wants to get into the driverless vehicles face hoping it will reduce fuel costs increase safety and improve transportation operations. It's partnering with self-driving truck company too. Simple to test the autonomous driving technology on the long haul routes between Dallas and Phoenix. They'll use to trucks to carry mail and parcels on five roundtrips between the postal service distribution centers in the two cities starting next week. The trucks will have a camera that shows nearly thirty three hundred feet ahead of the vehicles, and they won't be empty a safety engineer and a driver will be on board to monitor the trucks during the two week pilot crude oil, prices slightly lower by the bell ending at sixty three dollars two cents a barrel. Wall Street higher, Dow up one ninety seven I'm Janine herbs NPR news in Washington.

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A Gift From Gate

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

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A Gift From Gate

"Tried to call crypto show talking business influx Jane. Everybody welcome to try to cope Kryptonite podcast. I'll got something for you. Yep We've we're going live with dight dot is exchange has been around for a very, very long time. They've got margin products as well as products tried yours truly that is make will be taking you through the crypto cradle course with diet, and also on top of that, you're gonNA get a scan h week and you're gonna get full videos with watchlist. So it's almost like being on VIP getting the cradle coast and market view signed on. So all you need to do is GonNa try to call dot com forward slash DIGHT ARE GATT Open up your gate account. and Go ahead and register full that Lebanon as well. You can discounting training phase there as well if you to continue to use gates with your trading. Guys that is what I wanted to break the gate dot com forward slash site try to call dot com forward slash are go and get yourself in to that. Across the market nap, we'll bitcoins up point six of a percent of the moment as we do approach the close of trading. Hour or so to go for that and look, it's not signed too much. It's still you know it's a great candle, but there's not you know. It's not spectacular place. It's not broken any spectacular levels. It's still very much in a range and that's GonNa continue for the time being we'll have to wait and say until we get out of this over ten thousand, six, hundred, sixty dollars right now on bitcoin. Little Bullish Daily candle not much volatility at their cross bitcoin and the top ten theories actually down point. One of the Senate three, hundred forty. Six cents right now it's not not really saying too much to meet the minute excerpt paid now it's it's looking better. Spoke of. The recent trend change on exile he was at high allow in the higher hotfooting. We've got a one point, two, three percent gains that I say Foreign Excel Hannity's sitting in multiple poise position for the guys to the upside out of all the top ten does probably look the more likely as it has set that trend is coming out of that weekly cried starting look a little bit better. I mean I haven't seen any astronomical runs on gone on Quad Wall now I'm certainly not suggesting it's going to happen when it moves. It certainly does move well because there is a trend that I am keeping an eye on twenty four point eight cents right now. At one point, two percent because catches also at one point, one percent up at two, hundred, twenty, three dollars thirty against very much not really catching my interest it's bad very messy and saw by some of the mid timeframe. So a guy I'll be leaving that lot coin. Also a very messy here is out one point, one, percent, forty, six dollars and fifty seven cents a frightening declined. So another great candle, but another market that is incredibly messy and not really that Biggest mover now, top ten is based in hottest sixty, three dollars seventy, which represents three point one percent dying for the pullback a little bit from its highs. The highs being one, sixty, eight, sixty taste of back you know a few dollars. But again, a little bit of hype there on the Horizon He's Agreeing Candle Cal Don I. Point five percent non-point point three since readings to crack through that ten cent barrier and one harmful to say the push above ten cents but ten point six cents to get us into an uptrend there on that viollis well. Answered it's that cradles item the daily, but it's try to level right now to twenty seven dollars fifty seven standpoint, three ovalles percent and a guy, and he's got some work to. It's it's anything in the and the down trend believing that line tonight. After having that push up yesterday have six point nine percent has pulled by caught Stapley, we get up towards that tattooed also three to a liberal high is yesterday to ninety seven to die. However, it is down one point, seven percent tools and sixty four cents, and finally out of the top ten link identity seven again, at one point, two percent I want to see gets scuttled Guy Belie. I WANNA see it get above the high of eleven dollars sixteen for that trend too much betta kicking back in two positive ground on that daily markets will trend. So yeah, another great deal at their house a really good time to get across to the. Pike tried to call dot com slash Diet I. As I say you'll get a huge amount of content that not just the cool itself but also scans and market view top content, which will be watched listed. You'll get access to go and open up your account. Now you get a discount you try to phase tried to call dot. com. I have a great date on what comes throughout Boffa now.

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Cattle Current PodcastAug. 11, 2020

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

05:41 min | 3 months ago

Cattle Current PodcastAug. 11, 2020

"Cattle futures edge tire to start the week. Feed Lot returns appear more promising in the fourth quarter coming up on your for market update with West Ishmael. How dull this is where Ishmael with Kurt market date for Monday night and Tuesday morning the eleventh August. The weekly five area weighted average steer price last week was one hundred and one dollars and thirty four cents one hundred weight on live basis, which was two dollars and sixty eight cents more than the previous week. The average dress dear price was one, hundred, sixty, three dollars and twenty cents, which was three dollars and seventeen cents higher. Stronger cash fit cattle, prices, and firmer wholesale beef values helped cavill features gained a little ground Monday. Live cattle futures closed in average of sixty seven cents higher. Fear cattle futures closed an average of thirty cents higher across a range of T- cents eighty five cents higher. Choice box beef cut out value as a dollar seventy, three cents higher Monday afternoon at two, hundred, seven dollars and twenty cents. One hundred weight select was a dollar eighteen higher at one, ninety, three, ninety, three. Corn Futures Closed Wanda two cents higher while soybean futures closed mostly three to four cents higher. And fear cattle traded mixed at the weekly Monday auctions monitored by cal current. Fear steer soul steady two three dollars lower at Oklahoma national stockyards whilst steer capsule steady two, three dollars higher. Theater heffer sold mostly steady two dollars lower heifer calves traded and even extending there were eighty five, hundred head on offer. At joplin regional stockyards in Missouri, steers Wang less than five, hundred, fifty pounds soul two to three dollars lower steers and five and a half to seven fifty sold steady two dollars higher and then unevenly steady at heavier weight heifers, Wayne? Lesson. Four hundred and fifty pounds traded to three dollars lower steady at four hundred fifty to seven hundred pounds and steadied three dollars lower at heavier weights there forty, four, hundred and forty to hit on offer. Finally, feeder steer sold Ford seven dollars higher with instances of Tyndall retire at Sioux Falls, regional South Dakota with her twenty three, hundred, Fifty, seven head. Fear heifers traded five to ten dollars higher. According to the MS reporter on hand for the sale, the competition was fierce as Casa Gainer low with plentiful corn harvest on the way and cattle feeders wanting to get cattle placed on feed. Major US Finance Linda's closed mixed on Monday pressured by profit-taking and tech stocks. But boy by executive orders from President trump that would extend some of the recently ended corona virus aid to the unemployed. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed three hundred and fifty seven points higher. The S P five, hundred closed non-point tire but the Nasdaq was down forty two point. Cattle feeding returns appear to be more promising for the fourth quarter, but plenty of uncertainty remains according to the Livestock Marketing Information Center. On the upside Elem I see analysts point to lower projected breakeven levels and more optimistic live cattle futures for the fourth quarter. Alum. I see projections for fed cattle. Prices are in line with recent peaches prices if not slightly more optimistic for December, and into twenty twenty. In, the meantime I see projects, cattle feeding returns to continue in the red. The organization estimated losses for cattle market in July at about two hundred dollars ahead the fifth consecutive month of losses. For perspective, lic estimates assume feeding out a seven hundred and fifty pounds steer in a commercial southern plains fee lot and include all costs of production. The estimates are not survey based in presume normal weather conditions. Cash prices are used neither fit cattle prices nor feedstuff costs her hedged. Estimates assume a normal marketing window based on standard cost of gain. Elem I see analysts point out fit cattle prices in Kansas averaged ninety five dollars and twenty three cents one hundred weight in July leaving only two hundred to three hundred dollars to cover bearable costs during the feeding timeframe per animal. For most feedlots, they say regardless of feeding one, hundred, twenty or hundred and eighty days, it wasn't enough to cover costs Kansas State University fee lot data suggests that the cost of gain was about five hundred dollars a head in. May, to feed a steer to slaughter weight. With expected lower feet, costs, fed cattle prices remain the primary risk according to A. I see. Dr Kelkar Market Update for Monday night and Tuesday morning the eleventh of August this is where more thanks for listening.

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Overcast launches clip-sharing to social media

podnews

04:31 min | 1 year ago

Overcast launches clip-sharing to social media

"The latest from pod news dot net popular podcast app. Overcast has launched clip sharing away listeners to share up to sixty seconds of their favorite podcast with other people on social media. The app produces a video or audio file to share all a link to a website luminary have responded to our many stories about them on Friday, clearly stating that they will continue to remove links from show notes quote due to important security concerns as we reported on Twitter show notes left intact in the majority of podcast apps including apple podcasts. Meanwhile, more podcast, publishers have requested their shows be removed from luminary Stitcher podcasts have been removed and Stitcher. Asking those podcast represented by mid roll to consider doing the same PR X, including radio topa are off. And we have a statement from Latigo Williams and co saying similar we have no. Plans to remove our podcast Henderson research is announcing a new set of data for podcast networks and advertising agencies. The podcast. Consumer quarterly tracking report is a subscription podcast, which offers bespoke research for individual podcast networks podcast host simple cast has launched a new metric for the podcast industry. That's their claim. Anyway, unique listeners the new metric world begin appearing in simple cost customer dashboards tomorrow. Transistor a podcast host has significantly increased available downloads within its pricing plans. The company is also reworking its analytics algorithms as it works on AB compliance, which may have a negative effect on apparent total numbers. John Gruber has written along blog posts saying that all podcast shows. But not all shows podcasts, we linked to it from show notes and our newsletter today, highlighting luminary and Spotify premium subscription models radio days, Europe's pod. Past day has an answer their first set of speakers including founder of Google podcasts. Zach Renault were dean and Andrew Davies from ABC audio studios. Australia the event is in London in the UK on the thirteenth of June. Pod news is a media partner and will be there to there is simply no excuse for the current state of live of Lipson. That's according to a shareholder of lips in k Mak partners, which is demanding all four existing directors of the company removed. Two quotes bring needed discipline to Lipson and an unwavering commitment to stockholder value. They've suggested five new directors four of whom only have a financial background and the other has just launched a new podcast onto luminary audio boom are apparently seeking a further five million pounds at six and a half billion dollars of funding. They raised two million dollars at the end of February. Why are host read ads so popular with advertisers? And listeners alike. Steven Goldstein looks at the history of the medium in a blog post that we linked to in our show notes and our newsletter today. Overcast developer Marco Arment has been vocal about luminary. However, Leon Zand Mun tweets him somehow funny that in the same week you take part in the fuzz about luminaries proxy of podcasts. You introduce a feature that enables re hosting of podcast audio and enables the audio to be played without hitting the original source. He has a point. Meanwhile, we're looking forward to a special luminary premium exclusive that we've discovered called test premium podcast one, and we all selling to Ben running who's head of design at luminary. He was speaking at design driven in New York five days before launch and podcast made it to luminary slide deck, which was nice in podcasts. Today, we mentioned four of them the detail launched today. It's daily news podcasts from Radio New Zealand. The hello. The internet podcast sold a special podcast episode for sixty three dollars recently on wax. Cylinder the episode sold out and we link to a video of the making it the Koi pond has been acquired by Starbucks audio. They've also announced a new podcast the pants down with MS Pat. And we listen to and liked the daily on Friday talking about the measles outbreak in parts of New York. And that's the latest from our newsletter. Her pod, news dot net.

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Friday, February 21, 2020

Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing

00:00 sec | 9 months ago

Friday, February 21, 2020

"From Washington DC. This is Westwood One Daily News for February Twenty First Twenty twenty. I'm John Trout. Roger Stone will spend just over three years in jail if the sentence holds and if president trump doesn't pardon him that ruling from a judge who was facing to sentencing recommendations from the government. Bob Costantini has details president. Trump's friend and political confidant Roger Stone would serve forty months in prison for lying to Congress and witness tampering in the Russia investigation. He would also have to pay twenty thousand dollar fine. The punishment is being delayed pending an appeal for a new trial. Judge Amy Berman. Jackson took to heart a second department of Justice recommendation for a lesser sentence than the seven to nine years originally recommended by prosecutors who quit over perceived meddling by president trump stone was caught up in the Russia probe because of prior he had regarding what democratic emails would be leaked by wikileaks. The witness tampering dealt with threats to an associate who was called to testify on Capitol Hill Stone remained loyal to the president and defiant even to the point where he's negative comments about the judge prompted her to tell him to stop walked out of the federal courthouse to taunts from people on the street. He did not stop to speak with media but he has a friend in the White House. One Who's taken a direct interest in how the case plays out. President trump suggested last week that the original sentence recommendation of seven to nine years was too high. Stone was the last indictment to come from the Robert Mueller special counsel investigation. The president tweeted out more displeasure or a couple of hours. Before stone faced the judge asking James Comey and Hillary Clinton and Andrew McCabe are being prosecuted the President Responding. Mir Ring His tweet. That stone deserves a new trial. And I'm following this very closely and I want to see it play out to its fullest because Roger has a very good chance of exoneration in my opinion interestingly Mr Trump was at an event in Las Vegas celebrating sentencing in prisoner reforms. He signed into law in his back pocket. The possibility of a pardon at some point. I'll make a determination but roger stone and everybody has to be treated fairly and this has not been a fair process. President trump did not say what was unfair about the process. Stone was convicted for lying to Congress and threatening a witness. Those in the courtroom say Judge Jackson seemed resigned to the likelihood of a pardon for stone. Paying attention was democratic. Congressman from. Jim Hines of the Intelligence Committee that I brought accusations against Roger Stone. We hear the words of Judge Jackson saying that the truth is still there and the truth matters. It's a pretty ugly. Several weeks since trump has been unchained by the Senate quill and tacit endorsement of his corrupt behavior. Bob Costantini Washington caucuses are set for tomorrow in Nevada and many are crossing their fingers that the process will be more successful than Iowa's APP debacle as Jim. Roope reports while officials are confident. Things will run smoothly. There is a new twist that could add to the confusion. Liam mccurdy chair of the Nevada Democratic Party states at confidently. What happened in Iowa Will Not Be Nevada? What did happen well? A first of its kind apple developed for precincts to report results that broke down but also people had problems even downloading it. Add to that very large voter turnout crash. We put together a process that process in Nevada an ipad with a caucus calculator a customized set of Google forms. The precinct captains fill out to help with caucus math that will hopefully also easily add in the early voting numbers in the first time. Four Day early voting process which itself is a little weird because that's not a caucus that's primary our primary you're alone in voting booth caucus you're one in a discussion group. This is sort of a hybrid. I guess the reason for the early voting process was to give folks who can't spend several hours on Saturday to caucus a chance to weigh in the head to have made three choices and signed the ballot. And it's expected. There are many many incomplete ballots that will slow things down on Saturday Democratic National Party Chair. Tom Perez says he believes the early voting thing or four years ago. In two thousand six hundred eighty four thousand people came out to caucus and in the four days of early voting over. Seventy thousand people voted process. That's a sign of Energy. That he believes will result in a much larger turnout then for years ago or it could mean that there will be far fewer people caucusing on Saturday because most got out early to vote so as not to have to give up a big portion of their weekend this remains to be seen. But it's really important to get it right. That too remains to be seen. Jim Roope Los Vegas. Here's something that really lit up my computer screen. The Federal Trade Commission is sending refund checks to more than a half million people who paid for unnecessary computer repairs correspondent. Jan Johnson has details the FTC says at least five hundred forty one thousand people answered an offer from office depot and OFFICEMAX STORES FOR FREE PC health check. A software provider did the scans and told people their computers had malware symptoms. Except that wasn't true. Many of those customers were then. Tricked the investigator. Say into buying repair services. The checks averaging sixty three dollars will arrive in the mail and the government agency warns that anyone who calls says there with the FTC and need bank account or social security. Numbers is lying. That would be a scam. Jan Johnson Washington. The University of Southern California will offer free tuition to undergraduate students. Joe Ramsey reports there are some conditions families must have an annual income of eight thousand dollars or less but private school says. It's opening the door wider to make a USC education possible for talented students from all walks of life. That changes will be phased in beginning with first year students entering this fall in the spring of twenty twenty one. Furthermore owning a home will no longer be considered when determining a student's financial need there are some limits to the new policy. For example transfer students are not eligible for the waive tuition one year the University of Southern California's about fifty seven thousand dollars tuition with total living cost upwards of seventy seven thousand dollars. I'm Joe Ramsey Westwood. One Daily News for February Twenty First Twenty twenty. I'm John Trout.

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