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"ten minute" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"Right. It's the people. It's always the people. Chuck, I think that's actually a very good point. And you've made that point before on this podcast series that and maybe it's some cold comfort that I shouldn't be so surprised because up until now, a lot of this has happened, but it was never reported. Folks just moved on. They didn't want to disclose it for many reasons. I think that's I think that's right. I mean, no organization wants to lay out the path that some if they could find it. Right. Because they have to reverse engineer it. It's embarrassing. It's a damage to your brand. You know, Chuck, it also reminds me of what they say about fraud on the personal level. In other words, there's the fraud we know about senior fraud, regular fraud. People are defrauded and so on. But so many people, you know, they go, hey, this isn't me. I'm not the type of person that can be fraud. I can't believe this happened to me. I'm not reporting. It's not worth it to me. Right. Even though I lost some money, I'm just not going to do anything. It's embarrassing, right? It's absolutely embarrassing. And nobody wants to be embarrassed. And it's not for the fact that that there are now there's these new requirements. But if if an organization did lose information related to you, I mean, you might find out about it at some point in the future where you're offered credit protection. Like that's oftentimes and oftentimes as well. There's a there's a there's some sort of huge class action suit associated with that organization for losing data. So it's it's a very expensive proposition. But even then, they never tell you why. They never tell you what you get. And if you I'm sure you've seen these, we've already seen these now over the course of our careers. You know, your your data was subject this it might have been missing and so forth. Here's your credit monitoring service for one year. Well, how did you lose it? Never, never disclosed. So, Chuck, you know, I'm almost going to pretend I'm in Fort Lauderdale doing those panels at the MSP Expo where we always close out with what are five things I can do now to protect myself. And let me ask it this way. You know, we have enterprise readers watching on behalf of their own organization and our guys actually are in charge of voice. Usually that's usually our readership. That's part of the responsibility. We have our channel partner and MSP readers and watcher watchers who are looking over that or for that for their customers. And of course, we actually have carriers, including rural carriers. So for the whole community, what are five or six things folks can do right now? Well, you can obviously you can come go to our website. There's a plethora of information to learn more about the problem of unwanted calls, whether that be a nuisance call and nefarious call. You'll see that there. And it's by vertical by organization. I mean, there's there's there's just lots of good data there. You can also learn more about about our solution in our solution is enterprise grade. It's carrier as well. So we can we can we have actually we're working towards a model that that a carrier would be able to offer to their customers. And our our solution is so easy to use. If an MSP wanted to to offer that to their customers. There's a there's a beautiful back end and administrative, very easy for them to help create the rules necessary so that an organization can filter their traffic based on their specific needs. But but, you know, to get get really down to the ground level on this. And I'll speak to the enterprise for a moment. If you have the ability to to to to submit call detail records to Mutari, we have a free process. It's it's very simple. You send us CDR records. We actually run it through our system. We have five layers of protection. We'll run it through one layer, which is the known bad numbers, the reputation database. We'll run it through there and we'll come back and actually report to you historically exactly how much bad traffic you had. And we don't charge for that. We absolutely don't charge for that. That's. And so for the first time, you're going to see quantified the amount of bad track you have coming into your voice network. Also offer offer up one more thing. If you're if you have a UCAS or a CCAS platform, we actually have an API driven version of our model and in an hour. This is very different than a couple of years ago where you'd have six months implementation times and product matters in an hour. We can and we can install our voice traffic filter and let you try it for 30 days. So there's lots of ways for an organization to get a sense of what's actually happening in their own environment is right now. And that's unfortunate. People just don't know. You know, check that that that free service where you can just find out what the heck's happening. Is that something you can do almost as a first step? Can you just go in there, set that up and see what's going on? It's available right on the site. I wish I could. You know, if you want to, I can send you a link to it, but it's available. But you can. Yeah, the voice traffic assessment is what we call it. So we'll we'll take it. We'll run it through and we'll write it up in terms of, you know, what it means, what the cost is and so forth. And we'll look at it in multiple dimensions. Well, Chuck, I am looking forward, obviously, to our next call on this. We're not through on this topic that by any means. So where can we learn more? www.mutari.com. That's our that's our URL. And and of course, feel free to reach out and reach out to me directly. Well, I'm looking forward to the next podcast, but thank you very much. We always learn a lot from you, Chuck. A pleasure. Thanks so much for having me.
Fresh "Ten Minute" from News, Traffic and Weather
"For the seven o o 'clock hour. I got sunrises moments ago so now yeah I can see a little bit of the Olympic Mountains here but we do have a lot of clouds. We'll get the Theron forecast in a moment. Here at the station for breaking news traffic and weather every ten minutes on the force. In fact the High Performance Homes Traffic Center. Let's go to John Nelson. Yeah we do have some road closures due to ongoing construction. Southbound I -5 express lanes the off -ramp to Mercer Street closed until a further notice. Highway 16 still see enclosures between 16th Avenue and 10th Avenue. This is in Des Moines area. is This a again due to ongoing road work. Northbound I -5 reduced to two lanes at the Tacoma Bridge and the speed limit will be reduced for ongoing construction as well. Our next Northwest traffic at 11 -14. Alright thank you John. Let's get the teller in John. KOMO -TV meteorologist center weekend forecast sponsored by Northwest Crawl Space Services. Fall has arrived and it's certainly going to feel like it around here
"ten minute" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"So, here we are, and basically what you and so many other people have been talking about for a long time has happened in it and not and I don't want to, you know, make small other incidents at other organizations. But here we have a wealthy organization, a big world class company experience. And the thing that I can't get out of my mind is here's an organization that 24 hours a day is looking for people that might rip them off. That's what a casino does, right? They're constantly in defensive mode, unlike unlike, let's say, a hospital or university or a city government and so on. So where's the hope for the rest of us? In other words, if it could happen in Vegas on the strip, you know, what can we do? And so so what you described, though, and I want to I want to I want to address the point you just made here is that the entire security industry has a bias that the voice traffic coming in poses less risk to a business. Right. Then then the data side. Right. And in reality, it's flipped around. It's it's always the humans. It's always it's it's why we have some these systems in place. That guy, if you were in a large organization, you would probably get training. You would have your security team sending you emails and oftentimes to try to control you into clicking a link. Right. They would be doing that on purpose to training. Right. To click a link. Now, there was there would be there would be a a a software solution in place to help prevent that link from doing something bad to the system. But here we are. Here we are with voice traffic where there is no filter for most organizations. Right. There's probably no training because people don't get trained on voice the same way. And there is no technical control back there to prevent the bad action from happening. So is a human and be social, be socially engineered, you know, professional social engineering professionals. They're so good. They are so good. They know how to research. They know how to create a sense of urgency around things. And and they they they are very and there's nothing to prevent them from coming in and getting to an employee, which means they're getting into your your your customers data. They're getting into your gear. They're impacting your enterprise, you know, value. You're all bad things happen. So what can you do? Well, you would take like you would and this is what I would recommend. You would take a layered approach to security. Right. Just like like a normal organization does around data. Right. You would have a layered approach to security. And so in in the world that we're in. Right. We would recommend at a minimum, you have a voice traffic firewall or a filter to look at the type of calls that are coming in and determine whether or not. Do I want that call to be connected? Do I want to challenge that color? Do I want to push information maybe to security teams? Right. Because if it's a suspect call, do I want to send it to voicemail? I want to send it to a group of people that maybe are trained specifically to take suspect callers at a minimum. You want to do that as another layer potentially. And this is a lot of context. You obviously have caller authentication. Right. We're using knowledge based approach or you're using voice analysis or you're using some other means to authenticate that someone is who they say that they are. And lastly, there's a whole suite of solutions to prevent fraud. Right. That's the last line of defense fraud where I mean, they're there. This is DARPA stuff at this point where they're looking at the latency in the line. You're purporting, you're from here, but you couldn't possibly be from there. They're looking at the device settings and so forth. So you really need a layered approach, but at a minimum, at a minimum, help the humans out. And at least at the first layer, make it create some resistance for your organization. So that would be our recommendation, which obviously is something that we're involved with. So this so, you know, you've made a good point that that's interesting, right? That just, I guess, like in any other situation in history, people look for the weakest part of the down. Right. They're probing and they notice, well, no one's guarding the voice conversations. No one's the elaborate procedures on texting and emails and so on. Maybe not as much in voice. And a frustration comes through, Doug, for many years working at this. But I have to tell you, the analyst community have not been putting enough of a spotlight on this, even though they know it's true. The consultants community are the resellers that are supposed to be advising, particularly resellers today, that have to reinvent themselves. Right. The carriers aren't stopping these calls. I mean, nor would you want them to. They can't. They want to stay in the safe harbor. But this is this is one of those moments which I have to tell you, it's terrible and I feel bad for MGM. But there's hope for the rest of us because most people never know. And part of this is the SEC has some new rules about disclosure. It's, you know, to protect shareholders. It's a requirement now. But you have to start telling not only your cybersecurity posture and your tools and so forth, but also if you have an event that you have to be material. So who knows what that means? It's open for, you know, open for debate. But we're now starting to see the impact. And what do what do smart people do? Right. You know, particularly if you're a bad actor, you're going to find the point of least resistance to get into these organizations. Right. And if it's unprotected, I'm going to spend more time there versus work because we're getting pretty darn good at protecting the data set.
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"ten minute" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"This is Doug Greenan, I'm the publisher of Telecom Resiller, and I'm very pleased to have with us once again Chuck French of Mutari. Chuck, thank you for joining me today. Doug, a pleasure. Thank you. Well, we're, you know, we have talked in the past about cyber security, and of course on this podcast series, we've been doing a lot of work on that all year long, but this time I think it's a little bit less abstract. We're doing this literally while, even as we're recording this, MGM hospitality company is being basically hacked. You can't make a reservation on their line. There's still many operational problems that they're having. So we have the spectacle of one of the world's richest and most well-prepared companies, you know, having basically an episode about which we've talked about many times in this program. So Chuck, we're going to be sort of diving into that to find out, you know, what that's all about. And if anything can be done by, you know, the rest of us who are maybe in companies that have fewer resources, less visibility and so on. But what is Mutari? Well, Mutari is a 30-year-old, not just more than 30 years old, but we're an independent software vendor, been focused in business communication software for all those years. We're based in Chicago, 400 enterprise customers. We enjoy a pretty good reputation for building great software and supporting it in the way that our customers enjoy, very little turnover of our employees, our customers, our partners. And as an organization, we're buying the company right now through an employee stock ownership. And I tell people this every time I meet them, because I think it's important. We're aligned and we're the most aligned company you've ever spoken to, Doug. And we're aligned around buying the company, but with a specific purpose. We need to do it around solving a problem. And then for the last couple of years, we are focused on being the leader in voice threat defense, which is why this conversation is so timely. You know, before we get off the topic of your company's core identity, I understand Mutari is actually a Latin word. Yes, it means to change in Latin. So think mutant, mutate. I always have to remind myself of that to make sure I'm saying Mutari. Pretend you're an Italian person saying Mutari, right? It's Latin for to change. And at first, I didn't know what to make of the name because everybody has a hard time with it. But I really do think it's more apt today than ever because this world, by the day, changes faster and faster and faster. And we know how to respond to that. We're a agile company that still acts like a perpetual startup. Well, let's talk about today because as we were just discussing before we started our podcast, and I'm sure a lot of our watchers, listeners are paying close attention to this. I am really just dazzled as much as we've talked and talked with you and many other people about the cybersecurity threat. I think very few of us imagined that what you guys have been telling us in terms of, gee, guys, you know, this could be really bigger than anyone could imagine. Well, here we are. It's seven days. It's still unfolding. I welcome anybody to go to our website and look in the resources column for all the content we put out there around this specific topic. Long-form articles about all of this, statistics, everything you'll ever want to know about the voice. And I'll bring it back to voice, Doug, because you didn't mention it yet. But, you know, the MGM ransomware attack, the cybersecurity attack that's happened has really brought MGM to its knees. You mentioned people can't make reservations. People can't get into the rooms right now, right? You can't, machines are not working. You know, from some estimates, MGM right now, because their systems are all offline, is losing somewhere between $3 million and $7 million a day and $1 million in pure cash. So those would be revenue and a million in cash every day because of this. And why this is so interesting to our firm is because the catalyst for all of this was a voice call. It was a telephone call from someone into the IT area, the customer service area of the IT department at MGM that allowed the bad actors to get the credentials necessary to put their software in, to allow them to take control of all of MGM, a voice call. So how about that? Well, you know what, it's very interesting because for those of you who are movie fans and like the Ocean's Eleven series, not the original with Frank Sinatra, but the more recent one from 20 years ago, there was, for those of you who are telecom fans, there was a PBX hack in that. That was part of what they did. And that was still in the era when the PBX was mostly a non-integrated system, a separate system running alongside the rest of IT. And of course, in the last 20 years, that's been departed. And now, you know, that call presumably occurred on the same set of servers, I think, that a lot of this is happening. Yeah. So, you know, so let's dive into this. So this is exactly what happened. This apparently started with a phone call. And then you were telling me that once they got in, they were able to do sort of some sort of horizontal thing. Tell me more about that, what that means. Yeah. And so I'll provide a little context around that. These are not people who, you know, stumbled upon this and, oh, I was able to get the credentials and so forth. These are large, large, sophisticated organizations, virtual organizations that are all over the world. And when I say sophisticated, and I know I've mentioned this in the past, these are, they have HR departments. They have areas where they can adjudicate conflicts. They have health plans in these organizations and they have specialization. So oftentimes what happens, and if you were to go on the dark web, you know, you can actually purchase some of these things. You can purchase the software to be able to enact these things. But there's just like in a hospital, right? You might have people whose job is the anesthesiologist, then you have the physicians and you have the nurse. They have that regarding ransomware attacks. So there are things called initial access brokers, people whose sole job is to be able to get access to a system. And that might be where their job ends. They sell that, they sell that and they put that in the marketplace. Another group picks it up, say, we're going to be the group now harvests us. That means they take the credentials and they go laterally and they infiltrate systems throughout an organization. They don't do anything. They lay late for a little while. I want to make sure that if you're backing up the copies, they're in the backups, all of their software is there. They lay in there. And then ultimately there comes a day when they say we're going to attack. And that's when someone, and I'm sure you've seen these before the screen pops up, you know, someone, some administrator that, you know, we have your data. You know, here's the information. Send some, you know, so much Bitcoin to so and so. Well, the encrypt your files and destroy them and still proof of life, if you will, to that end, and then you can continue on your way. So, yes, to answer your question, they received through three socially and through social engineering, a customer service person. It's this organization and they this group they call swirly spiders. I forget. I forget the name of these. Yeah. Yeah. They they. Yeah, that's right. That's right. They went ahead and then got access and told MGM that they had their systems in and ultimately MGM ignored them. And guess what happened to MGM when they didn't take this group seriously, everything that we're talking about today.
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A highlight from Cybersecurity attack on MGM may have begun with a ten-minute phone call: How it happened, Special Mutare Podcast
"This is Doug Greenan, I'm the publisher of Telecom Resiller, and I'm very pleased to have with us once again Chuck French of Mutari. Chuck, thank you for joining me today. Doug, a pleasure. Thank you. Well, we're, you know, we have talked in the past about cyber security, and of course on this podcast series, we've been doing a lot of work on that all year long, but this time I think it's a little bit less abstract. We're doing this literally while, even as we're recording this, MGM hospitality company is being basically hacked. You can't make a reservation on their line. There's still many operational problems that they're having. So we have the spectacle of one of the world's richest and most well -prepared companies, you know, having basically an episode about which we've talked about many times in this program. So Chuck, we're going to be sort of diving into that to find out, you know, what that's all about. And if anything can be done by, you know, the rest of us who are maybe in companies that have fewer resources, less visibility and so on. But what is Mutari? Well, Mutari is a 30 -year -old, not just more than 30 years old, but we're an independent software vendor, been focused in business communication software for all those years. We're based in Chicago, 400 enterprise customers. We enjoy a pretty good reputation for building great software and supporting it in the way that our customers enjoy, very little turnover of our employees, our customers, our partners. And as an organization, we're buying the company right now through an employee stock ownership. And I tell people this every time I meet them, because I think it's important. We're aligned and we're the most aligned company you've ever spoken to, Doug. And we're aligned around buying the company, but with a specific purpose. We need to do it around solving a problem. And then for the last couple of years, we are focused on being the leader in voice threat defense, which is why this conversation is so timely. You know, before we get off the topic of your company's core identity, I understand Mutari is actually a Latin word. Yes, it means to change in Latin. So think mutant, mutate. I always have to remind myself of that to make sure I'm saying Mutari. Pretend you're an Italian person saying Mutari, right? It's Latin for to change. And at first, I didn't know what to make of the name because everybody has a hard time with it. But I really do think it's more apt today than ever because this world, by the day, changes faster and faster and faster. And we know how to respond to that. We're agile a company that still acts like a perpetual startup. Well, let's talk about today because as we were just discussing before we started our podcast, and I'm sure a lot of our watchers, listeners are paying close attention to this. I am really just dazzled as much as we've talked and talked with you and many other people about the cybersecurity threat. I think very few of us imagined that what you guys have been telling us in terms of, gee, guys, you know, this could be really bigger than anyone could imagine. Well, here we are. It's seven days. It's still unfolding. I welcome anybody to go to our website and look in the resources column for all the content we put out there around this specific topic. Long -form articles about all of this, statistics, everything you'll ever want to know about the voice. And I'll bring it back to voice, Doug, because you didn't mention it yet. But, you know, the MGM ransomware attack, the cybersecurity attack that's happened has really brought MGM to its knees. You mentioned people can't make reservations. People can't get into the rooms right now, right? You can't, machines are not working. You know, from some estimates, MGM right now, because their systems are all offline, is losing somewhere between $3 million and $7 million a day and $1 million in pure cash. So those would be revenue and a million in cash every day because of this. And why this is so interesting to our firm is because the catalyst for all of this was a voice call. It was a telephone call from someone into the IT area, the customer service area of the IT department at MGM that allowed the bad actors to get the credentials necessary to put their software in, to allow them to take control of all of MGM, a voice call. So how about that? Well, you know what, it's very interesting because for those of you who are movie fans and like the Ocean's Eleven series, not the original with Frank Sinatra, but the more recent one from 20 years ago, there was, for those of you who are telecom fans, there was a PBX hack in that. That was part of what they did. And that was still in the era when the PBX was mostly a non -integrated system, a separate system running alongside the rest of IT. And of course, in the last 20 years, that's been departed. And now, you know, that call presumably occurred on the same set of servers, I think, that a lot of this is happening. Yeah. So, you know, so let's dive into this. So this is exactly what happened. This apparently started with a phone call. And then you were telling me that once they got in, they were able to do sort of some sort of horizontal thing. Tell me more about that, what that means. Yeah. And so I'll provide a little context around that. These are not people who, you know, stumbled upon this and, oh, I was able to get the credentials and so forth. These are large, large, sophisticated organizations, virtual organizations that are all over the world. And when I say sophisticated, and I know I've mentioned this in the past, these are, they have HR departments. They have areas where they can adjudicate conflicts. They have health plans in these organizations and they have specialization. So oftentimes what happens, and if you were to go on the dark web, you know, you can actually purchase some of these things. You can purchase the software to be able to enact these things. But there's just like in a hospital, right? You might have people whose job is the anesthesiologist, then you have the physicians and you have the nurse. They have that regarding ransomware attacks. So are there things called initial access brokers, people whose sole job is to be able to get access to a system. And that might be where their job ends. They sell that, they sell that and they put that in the marketplace. Another group picks it up, say, we're going to be the group now harvests us. That means they take the credentials and they go laterally and they infiltrate systems throughout an organization. They don't do anything. They lay late for a little while. I want to make sure that if you're backing up the copies, they're in the backups, all of their software is there. They lay in there. And then ultimately there comes a day when they say we're going to attack. And that's when someone, and I'm sure you've seen these before the screen pops up, you know, someone, some administrator that, you know, we have your data. You know, here's the information. Send some, you know, so much Bitcoin to so and so. Well, the encrypt your files and destroy them and still proof of life, if you will, to that end, and then you can continue on your way. So, yes, to answer your question, they received through three socially and through social engineering, a customer service person. It's this organization and they this group they call swirly spiders. I forget. I forget the name of these. Yeah. Yeah. They they. Yeah, that's right. That's right. They went ahead and then got access and told MGM that they had their systems in and ultimately MGM ignored them. And guess what happened to MGM when they didn't take this group seriously, everything that we're talking about today.
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A highlight from Shadows of a Silhouette - Fortune Favours The Fortunate
"Welcome to Let's Be Frank, the men's mental health podcast. Join us as we break the stigma, embrace vulnerability and prioritize mental health in men. Together, let's use your voice. Guys, welcome back to Let's Be Frank, the home of men's mental health. Today, we have got a brilliant rock and roll quarter in the house that go by the name of Shadows of a Silhouette. And the sound is a fusion of alternative, rebellious and personal vibes. Coming from the heart of England, this band has released over 25 original tracks on Spotify, iTunes and Amazon. We're joined by Nathan Tyler, who, along with friend Greece, have been creating music for four years, turning out more than 50 songs on SoundCloud and major platforms. Drawing inspiration from legends like Arctic Monkeys, Bowie and Nirvana, the music has even graced BBC introduces for the East Midlands. And they've rocked the Metrodome in Nottingham. They've also played the Quarry Stage during the Wyandotte Festival in front of 2000 fans, an experience that fueled their passion for music. This year, they have hit the main stage at Wyandotte Festival, producing an unforgettable show. So guys, girls, stay tuned as we dive into the guys world and discover what drives this band's unstoppable journey. But as always, let's check in with resident host Mr Ryan Smith. How are you doing, mate? What an introduction that was, eh? I'll tell you what the hell's going on. This is like the big time now, isn't it? This is just like, I'm going to say so rock and roll, but that's like, I think that's more like 60s rather than the 90s, I don't know. Anyway, I just know I'm older than most of this band put together. So, yeah, no, absolutely brilliant to get these guys on. I'm feeling good. Started watching the ice hockey today, you know, a little bit late jumping on with you just because of the ice hockey. But do you know what? I'm in a good place. So, yeah, guys, welcome to the show. How are you all doing? Well, thank you. Thank you for having us on. You say you're a lot older than us all put together, but we all know, mate, you're still 21 in that. Hard to show if it was, but we break through and still look like a one year old messing about. Bless you, bless you, bless you. Panthers or Steelers? Don't mention that second one. No, if you mention that second one, you mention that second one and we'll just stop this right now. All right. No, no, no. I didn't realise. That's all right then. That's all right then. Yeah, yeah, Panthers, Panthers through and through. No, but guys, honestly, welcome to the show. We've been throwing a couple of conversations back and forth for a bit now and it's finally here. So, you know what? Guys, introduce yourselves. Well, we're Shadows of a Silhouette and, of course, we're a four piece band from Derby. We just, Derbyshire, we try and focus on sounds that are a bit more like authentic, like through and through. Even all of us playing our own instruments on songs like you wouldn't think that to be something that you'd be lacking in the music industry. But actually, nowadays it's more dominated by electronic simulated sounds. I'm Nathan Brown, the lead singer. I've got Rhys Carter, lead guitarist. And Ferg's in Corfu at the minute, but we've also got Tyler Anderson, our drummer. Fantastic. So, yeah, guys, I managed to listen to your latest track that's going to be released, I think, later this month. You know, well, later in September. We're recording this at the beginning of September. But, you know, you're going to be releasing that one. I'll tell you what, I was listening to my car on the way back from Mansfield earlier and it's catchy and I get it. You know, it's I think it speaks. So, yeah, I'm looking forward to that being released. It's my personal favourite song that we've written for a long time. Yeah, it's fun to play in all life. Yeah, it's quite political. It's a banger. But, you know, it's really like a partial political. It doesn't really speak to supplement anybody else, any political party or belief system. It's more for the common man, isn't it? Yeah, it's just more for the common good side of politics. The politics doesn't actually get spoken about in politics. No, no. And, you know, I actually thought, you know, it actually reminded me of sort of Age of the Shadow puppets. Like Shadow puppets? Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. So, yeah, it's that sort of... You're sorry? It's funnily enough the first band I ever saw live, actually. Yeah, that's why it's had that sort of beat to it, that sort of rhythm to it. And it just, yeah, you know, it was good, it was good. Well, I'll take that. Anyway, no, absolutely. What was the whole process behind writing that song? So, what was your thinking behind it and kind of how long has it taken you to... Well, I had a riff kicking about from the start of lockdown, really. Obviously, we couldn't practice, so... We were writing other songs. Got me loop pedal, yeah, and got the riff down. But we didn't really touch it until about, when was it? Like January? It started kicking it about, didn't we? We got some drums on it, and then Nathan wrote, as he does with most of our tracks, wrote all the lyrics for it. And, yeah, it's... It came quite quick, though, didn't it? It was just one of them, like, kick your fingers movement when you and us rehearsing. And then it just, we just all looked at each other and just thought, this is awesome, this. And then Nathan's writing side to it. It just... Put the structure together. Put the structure together, and then, like I say, it was just about... The words just came straight out. It's this one. Yeah, it's what we opened up the main stage with one or two as well. Yeah, it's brilliant. It's quite... Yeah, like, straight in your face, isn't it? Tempo, it's got tempo, it's got attitude. It's like hitting a knockout punch in the first round. It is a cracker, it is truly a cracker. It is really a cracker. Yeah, the lyrics, the lyrics. And it was, as you say, it... It's just the whole idea of that track. Straight in your face. Yeah, that's what we wanted. It's a song to get people's attention, really. And then it's... You know, who are these? And then it's... We've got you in the palm of his hand then. Crick up your ears. Also, it's an expression of that... Those little thoughts we all have about, you know, on a daily basis, when we're considering what's going on in the world around us. It's just a... No. With our ability to create media, to add into the great ocean of it, we think certain songs come out in principle, or because of principle, that something to have been spoken like that, or in a way, just for some... It can be heard from somewhere by someone. It's just about the rich going rich and the poor going poor early on, isn't it? Well, it's about the trap. We're all trapped. It seems like we're... The fucking mouse trap's already come down over us, and we're all stuck, you know. But life keeps going by for everyone as an individual. But there's a stranglehold on a lot of us, personally, as people trying to get through this world, but it's so slow for some people who don't have to suffer it. So, looking at kind of that... You know, looking at the song, are you speaking from your own sort of backgrounds and stuff as well, your own experiences? I think it's kind of impossible not to, of course. Like, when you are writing Straight From the Heart, not all of our songs are, right? Because sometimes it's nice to write a song about an idea that doesn't paint a memory. It's just... But then again, on the other hand of that, a lot of our tunes are personal anyway. Especially over the last couple of years, with what's gone off with Reece and Nathan and stuff like that. So, it's a way that I sort of... I'm sure Nathan's probably the same as to get these thoughts that are in your head. I have to get them out on paper and write them down about lyrics or poetry and then channel that into some of that music, which then becomes something tangible. The thoughts that you've got in your head, for me, it's the perfect way to sort of... Say what you want over it. Yeah, get it out and... To make room. Then it becomes relatable, because although it's personal to you, other people can then relate to that and hear what you're saying. Like, yeah, I know what you're on about here. Well, certainly we want to know what it feels like when they can hear the fact that we're getting something off our chest in these songs. Yeah, yeah. Because it's not whitewashed at all, really. We all work full -time, full -time jobs. We didn't go to uni or study music or anything. We came together because we all... Look like rockin' art. Look like rockin' art. We think it's one of the best things in the world. It's a freedom from life. That's good the thing about music, where it doesn't matter what race you are, doesn't matter what religion you are, everybody can come together and just be in the same field or at a venue and enjoy the same thing. Everything goes out the window. It's a universal language. And there's a lot of culture where we come from, a lot of working culture of people working really hard, raising families, but not really making enough time for themselves. We come from an area in the East Midlands where lot a of insufferable mental health is right there on the surface, but people don't even talk about it. They all know what's going on with each other. I know Jack's got a question for you, but obviously we've just jumped on beforehand and where I live, it's actually, what, five, ten minutes from... Not even ten minutes, is it, from where a couple of you guys live? So I get what you're saying. You're looking at the smaller sort of outlying villages that are ex -coal mining places. It's a similar sort of state in Wales. It's a similar sort of state in Lancashire, Yorkshire and things like this. And it's these forgotten roots. And listening to that track that you've shared with us, you can really hear what you guys are trying to achieve. So it's more of an observation rather than a question. But I know Jack's got a question for you. Before we come, because obviously we're going to look at your personal journeys and kind of delve into there and prod around a little bit, but while we're on the subject of why not, I want to ask you guys, how was that experience going main stage? It didn't even seem like that much of... There was a feeling of being out of place, but also at the same time being exactly where we're going. Yeah, it wasn't imposter syndrome, but you feel like... The best thing is if you feel like you've earned it, but then you also feel that if you're not getting nervous for a gig like that, I think you've got to get nervous to some degree, because at the end of the day, you're entertaining people and everyone's around on you to put a good show out. And then we just hope we deliver. And that's like, it doesn't matter how much of a buzz we've got to have to play. And the first thing I said to people closest to me was, did you like enjoy it? It's not about us, it's about the fans. Yeah. But the experience is just... What was that feedback like? Oh, brilliant, yeah. Absolutely awesome.
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"It's all going to zero against Bitcoin. It's going up for everyone. Bitcoin! You're against Bitcoin, you're against freedom. Yo! Welcome to Simba the Bitcoin Live, we're your number one source for the peaceful Bitcoin revolution cover breaking news called dramatic warfare will be your guide through the separation of money and state today is September 14th 2023 another day in Bitcoin another day on the Bitcoin roller coaster they don't call the Bitcoin roller coaster for no reason there's ups and downs we hit 25k we're back to 26 ,697 but if you zoom out if you zoom out in the grand scheme of things if you believe in the meme 21 million divided by infinity or infinity divided by 21 million I think it is we all know we're early but there's something I want to talk about today specifically there was a very famous spaces that Michael Saylor did and I think he did it with some some legacy media people there's a huge spaces and there was three things that he said needed to happen in order for Bitcoin to 10x and then during that spaces he even said if these thing if these three things happen Bitcoin will inevitably hit five million dollars per coin now what were those three things first thing was the changing of the FASB rules right with the accounting the fair value accounting rules and that happened not too long ago we broke the news I wasn't there I had some swan duties that day but Opti and I think it was Rustin were holding it down so we covered that and then number two was large banks right I'm not talking about like small banks or you know these these Bitcoin crypto focused banks I'm talking about large banks offering institutional custody of Bitcoin of digital assets for their clients check that off that's happening you have banks all around the world whether it's Panko Santander the news that came out today which is I wanted to cover this is Deutsche Bank is applying for a license to custody digital assets for their customers and then there and the third thing which has been like the big news of this year is the BlackRock spot Bitcoin ETF or now I would even I wouldn't even call it the BlackRock just a Bitcoin spot ETF those are the three things that Michael Saylor said needed to happen in order for Bitcoin to just go parabolic into this five million you know etc etc and those things are basically already happening like the FASB check that off right that was a huge does a massive deal so check that off the list that doesn't start that doesn't start going into action until the year 2025 then you have so that's the FASB ruling then you have banks large banks cussing Bitcoin check that off the list as well really the only thing out of those three things is the BlackRock spot ETF or sorry the spot I keep saying BlackRock maybe it's a Freudian slip the spot Bitcoin ETF how long will Gary Gensler be able to delay this he got absolutely hammered in in Congress there was a hearing this week so yeah I mean this is pretty crazy and it's really interesting if you've been here for a while you know Opti and I are class of 2016 Opti's class of 2017 but it's the same epoch really you know one of the narratives that existed when Bitcoin was falling you know it fell from 20k back down to 3k and one of the coping narratives all the way down was the institutions are coming the institutions are coming the institutions are coming I think you could say without a doubt that the institutions are here you can't deny that now the thing is do the institutions have the necessary infrastructure to onboard on to Bitcoin and I think that's an open question but you can't deny that the institutions want exposure to Bitcoin that's undeniable right we broke the news the other day that BlackRock had a lot of micro strategy had a lot of exposure to public to publicly traded Bitcoin mining companies as well right so it's some very interesting stuff now here's the thing though right so yes this number go up whoop -dee -doo but remember the revolution is individuals taking back financial sovereignty by taking Bitcoin into self -custody so just because you're buying a Bitcoin spot ETF for BlackRock's Bitcoin spot ETF do Charles Schwab or Robin Hood or whatnot that that isn't real Bitcoin that's paper Bitcoin that's an IOU the only way that you get true real Bitcoin is by you know buying Bitcoin earning Bitcoin mining Bitcoin and taking that said Bitcoin into cold storage right and then preferably the step after that is stop trusting someone else's copy of the blockchain run your own run your own node the one I recommend personally because it's the one I use is start 9 they're freaking awesome so definitely check them out if you're interested in running a Bitcoin node but yeah it's a very interesting times that we're living in but uh you know I don't think I've ever been so bullish how you doing Opti and we're in the the simply Bitcoin merch today bro you're modeling I love it yeah yeah it's uh it's raining right now it's it's officially hoodie season so you're raining but you're inside yeah whatever I feel like wearing a hoodie today if it's nice it's comfy I'm wearing this all the time get yourself one at simply Bitcoin calm yeah man it's hey let your boy live for once geez yeah crazy you're not in uniform bro you you went from collared shirts to hoodies what happened you're regressing well suits coming soon I had a conversation with Chris yesterday I missed that episode man I love Chris shout out the coin shout out our boys over a Bitcoin mag but yeah crazy uh crazy developments and we really talked about it yesterday as well pretty pretty extensively on the show of how it is undeniable that the institutions want your Bitcoin there is so much institutional investment and there's just so much capital waiting on the sidelines for everyone for to get a shirt into Bitcoin you know like all the biggest asset managers well not all of them but many of the big asset managers of the world are looking to get exposure to Bitcoin we're seeing huge banks do the same thing and it just goes to show you that you guys are early and we are on the precipice of an amazing bull run as far as I'm concerned and now is the time to be stacking sats it's still what 26k so like we got the best opportunity ever and I know everyone is losing their mind because this bear market's been so long but this is where legends are made anyways on today's culture I saw this a couple tweets from Tom Luongo and if you guys aren't familiar with him he's a great I guess you call him like he is kind of low -key a gold bug and I know he's kind of maybe loosely understands Bitcoin but he created this meme in and I really wanted to touch on it today because it kind of changed my views on what we've been talking about we're always talking about you know the normies out there or in the not so nice way you know the sheeple out there and he coined this new phrase about like the masses comfortable are our wolves and I really want to cover this because I think it does change the framing and it's a little more positive view on what's going on in the world and we talk about it constantly that people need to feel pain and once they feel that pain and they wake up man shits gonna get really crazy and it really does feel like this is where we are right now so you know just prepare yourself it's it's you know are we on the precipice of a global recession who knows are we you know are we currently in a depression I don't know the official numbers are lying to us but we know that inflation is higher than they want and your purchasing power is going down the drain and I have these conversations with a bunch of my Bitcoin friends and we're all feeling the same thing it's like man dude things are getting more expensive and it's only a matter of time until people start to ask what the hell is going on right now and this is why we keep planting the seeds here on the show you know in personal conversations with people in real life and it's like we have built the foundation for people to protect themselves to get on the exit boat get on the safety net which is Bitcoin so get on the Bitcoin standard guys get on the Bitcoin standard that's right just get on the Bitcoin standard get on the life raft and you know you be watching the world around you doing doing its thing but you know that your future your family's future your wealth your time your energy your work is protected by the largest decentralized computing sorry I'm laughing at the chat you guys are wild breath the Bitcoin numbers is your Bitcoin in cold storage really secure is your seed phrase really secure stamped seeds do -it -yourself kit has everything you need to hammer your seed words into commercial grade titanium plates instead of just writing them on paper don't store your generational wealth on paper papers prone to water damage fire damage you want to put your generational wealth on one of the strongest metals on planet earth titanium your words are actually stamped into this metal plate with this hammer and these letter stamps and once your words are in they aren't going anywhere no risk of the plate breaking apart and pieces falling everywhere titanium stamp seeds will survive nearly triple the heat produced by a house fire they're also crush proof waterproof non -corrosive and time proof all things that paper is not allowing you to huddle your Bitcoin with peace of mind for the long haul stamp your seed on stamped seed that's right ladies and gentlemen don't put yourself in a position where you have to explain to your grandchildren while you lost your generational wealth because you decided to store it on paper store your generational wealth on titanium one of the strongest metals on planet earth you could scan the QR code on your screen right now to take you directly to stamp seed website use promo code simply get 15 % off at the time of recording the Bitcoin price is twenty six thousand six hundred and forty sats per dollar three thousand seven hundred fifty four block height eight hundred thousand eight hundred and seven thousand six hundred fifty blocks to having thirty two thousand three hundred and fifty having estimate April 22nd 2024 total lightning Network capacity four thousand seven hundred seventy six Bitcoin capacity value a hundred and twenty seven million US dollars realized monetary inflation 1 .75 % the market capitalization of Bitcoin five hundred and nineteen billion dollars with a B Bitcoin versus gold market cap four point zero seven percent very very very nice all right good numbers overall you know I love my favorites that I always tell you guys this is the realized monetary inflation of Bitcoin 1 .75 % that number is going to continue to go down forever so it continues to take fiat currencies absolute school even if they get it to their targeted Holy Grail 2 % inflation you know it's not even gonna come close anyways I do have some ways you got my favorite number is block height cuz that number is going up forever Laura that that that number just it just makes an all -time high every ten minutes the matter what next block it's almost like a coin walk next block anyways here's a clip I have two clips for you guys here's a clip from SEC chair chair Gary Gensler and he said some interesting things at the hearing we're gonna play you some clips of this hearing as the days go by though so let's check out this clip and I have another one then we'll talk about it and help protect Americans from the crypto abuses that cost consumers billions if they were to live up to the investor protection built into their current laws it would help investors but right now unfortunately there's significant non -compliance and it's a field which is rife with fraud abuse and misconduct and help protect Americans from the so I I want a friend two things right I agree in a way and I agree in the sense that it is full of fraud it is full of abuse it is full of misconduct now the initial part and help protect Americans from the crypto abuses that cost consumers billions I'm gonna reframes that right from the crypto abuse that cost consumers billions fine you could say shit coins you could say this what about from the governmental inflationary abuse that cost people all around the world millions if not billions of dollars why is that never talked about and that brings me to one of Tucker's episodes that he did in Argentina he did an episode about a 10 -minute episode covering what's happening in Argentina he's gonna cover he's gonna interview Javier Maly Javier Maly is he is he's a hardcore Austrian economist libertarian he wants to end the central bank you know he wants to cut down on the administrative state all of that stuff he said some pretty crazy stuff not gonna lie Tucker's gonna interview him tomorrow but what was really interesting about Tucker's opening monologue which we're going to cover extensively tomorrow is he said the quiet part out loud the invade and inflation is deft politicians aren't productive the way that they raise money is through direct taxation but they could only do that for so long until people revolt so they do that through the hidden tax of inflation we must continue to chip away at this like you know peacefully of course but Chico chip away at this move the Overton window start get start getting people to ask the question what is money why does my money lose purchasing power is it necessary for my money to lose purchasing power that's when people are gonna start asking really big questions and remember they do not have a response to this anyways talking about shifting the Overton window here's Joe squawk five years ago you would have never have believed this we did have a a Bitcoiner who was a writer for Forbes and he got a bit upset when I said that the legacy corporate media changed their tune because of the black rock spot ETF and he said no that's not true I was working at Forbes from before okay I take his word for it he's a cable are news you trying to tell me that the interest from black rock to launch a spot ETF has not influenced their change of tune whatsoever I don't know about that anyways here's Joe squawk it's about a one -minute clip and then we'll talk about it and move on to crypto if you'd indulge me for a second because we always have these crypto conversations and there seems to be this thing happening I don't know Joe we were talking about $25 ,000 with Bitcoin meanwhile black rock and all these folks all the folks that we thought were never gonna do this are now doing it and yet it's not moving at all well it's moving today well I mean sure 26 this is 26 it was for when when we started saying it wasn't going anywhere 4 ,000 oh okay but so but the question is is this now a risk on a risk off thing what do you how do you even correlate this to what's happening with the Fed because for a long time used to talk about crypto in regard to the Fed so I think crypto settling as part of the ecosystem I think people have recognized it is not the new global currency people have also recognized not going to disappear tomorrow is becoming institutionalized and I think actually if I were a crypto person I think this maturation process is a good thing where it moves from day to day is I can't really comment on that I still think it's outperformed every asset one year five year and ten year I mean I think I think he's pretty jaded a little bit right like you know it's going to zero at 4 ,000 and mind you like Pete Russo does a great job doing this but like he goes back in time and finds like original posts of people which is why it's so important to zoom out when in doubt of people posting a Bitcoin isn't going anywhere and Bitcoin was at like $100 Bitcoin was at like $200 at the time right so like when in doubt zoom out obviously Joe is completely converted he's like why have we been talking about the short -term volatility when we started when we started covering this it was literally at $4 ,000 it's at 26 ,000 at the at the you know depths of bear market he gets it I mean and this is actually one of the things that has helped me orange pill as many people as possible it hasn't been me saying the bitcoins better money it hasn't been me saying like oh look you know separate money from state hasn't been me saying you know it's a deflationary currency blah blah blah blah blah blah you know it's been the biggest converter of people you plant the seed you say Bitcoin right they ignore you for like a couple of years and two three years later pass number goes up and all of a sudden you get that text from that friend that you haven't talked to you in a long time and he's like hey about that Bitcoin thing ng you is the biggest converter of people it is the biggest orange pillar in my opinion is the most effective way and clear you could see that with Joe right he was like hmm yeah I mean we started covering this was at 4k I don't know why you're talking about the short -term volatility what the hell's wrong with you anyways why are you pulling that up Opti oh it's from wine it's from wine anyways why what's why you know all the disgrace you've ever done and all the controlling calling me why it might be the worst no I'm just trolling love you wine anyways first and foremost you know shout out the Joe Kernen absolutely love to see him just constantly battle the corporate BS FUD around Bitcoin and and I say this all the time you know like number go up love it or hate it is the fundamental thing driving all a Bitcoin adoption there's that and then on the negative side all of the crazy stuff coming out from you know the bureaucrats out there we covered the g20 stuff where they're trying to roll out a digital ID CBDC central bank digital control mechanisms and these two things together are in my opinion the driving forces for Bitcoin adoption it's like you we say it all the time and and the memes been catching on Nico I don't know if you've been seeing it on Twitter but Bitcoin is slavery it's starting to catch on and people are starting to notice that it's not even hyperbolic anymore but anyways starting with the first video I totally agree with that congressman or whatever like crypto is full of fraud like what a hundred percent agree hence why we're Bitcoin only like there's Bitcoin and there's shit coin and it triggered the thought in my mind about I think I brought it up last week it was the idea I forget what video it was but we played something on in the numbers about the the scene versus the unseen consequences of economics and it's very clearly visible the scene consequences of crypto scams and it very easily noticed and you know it's always rolled out as like the detriment to the whole Bitcoin industry and those are the scene consequences obviously there's been a lot of people getting rug pulled getting you know losing their their life savings because of shit coin scams and so it's very easily an emotional thing you can roll out so people are like ah let's protect the little guy but as we've going to cover and I really thought you were gonna play that Tucker Carlson video that you put on your Twitter I'm sick dude I mean so I was divided I was divided about what I wanted to make the show I was like I was like are we gonna make it about Tucker are we gonna make this about the sailor I think the sailor thing I was I was much more excited about the sailor thing it's a little little thing came out in my head I'm like holy cow the three things that Michael sailor said needed to happen for Bitcoin to hit five million all of those things have happened they've all happened right so I was like we have to cover this we will cover Tucker tomorrow's really actually made a thumbnail for everything it was awesome but I guess I guess you know we'll put we'll put a pin on that thought but tomorrow remember we're gonna be talking about the unseen consequences of money printing and that always gets obfuscated it always gets lost on people because it's not like a linear connection you know like you you gotta you know there's some nuance to this and most people can't think past like 20 seconds you know ADHD or whatever like we're all being inundated with so much dopamine from from social media that we either tune out or it just like it doesn't seem like it's important and and I can see people in the chat saying the same thing that we always hear is like once you start talking about Bitcoin once you say the B word people instantly tune out and it's only a matter of time until people wake up to what's going on here so you know plant those Bitcoin fundamentals into people's minds without using the B word usually helps and and goes a long way and then you find like hey you know have you heard about Bitcoin here's the pill take it but yeah man it just it just goes to show that the world is waking up and every metric that I'm seeing is pointing towards the fact that I think in 2025 more people are going to wake up to the scam that is Fiat and of course the safety boat that is Bitcoin and hey we're here for it so I'm I am super excited yes yes hold on hold on Arthur you can buy our merch with Bitcoin if you so want to yeah exactly go and go click scan the QR code it'll take you directly to the website and you could you could pay you pay in Bitcoin I think a lot I think wine set up the lightning yeah yeah yeah we got you got we got you guys back we got you guys rep some simply Bitcoin merch anyways so yeah man it's a really really exciting stuff alright guys let's jump into the news we got a lot to cover today before we get into news actually right now we are currently sitting pretty at 70 likes help us maintain our streak let's break a hundred likes within the out first hour of the live stream so if you're enjoying the show make sure to smash that like but it smashes mess mess wait wait wait can we do a legacy smash the like button Nico something like that anyways guys let's get to the news the daily news I want to give a shout out to our sponsor foundation devices it's self -custody done right 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A highlight from Saved by Grace - Ed Nelson Biography
"Well, greetings everyone. I'm here today with Emily Nelson, a 2016 BJU graduate, somebody I very much want you to meet. She has some exciting things to tell you and I pray that you will hang on with us for just a little while, maybe eight or ten minutes, and be blessed by what Emily has to say. She has written a biography of her grandfather, Dr. Ed Nelson, a graduate of BJU. I've known Dr. Nelson since I was really young. He's a few years older than I am, so you can imagine how ancient he really is, but you'd never know it. He's as energetic as he was when I first knew him. I've never met a man so restless for the cause of Christ and the gospel than Dr. Ed Nelson. Emily, thank you for taking your time to be with us. Thank you for having me. I want a quick question to get into this. Why should anybody want to read about your grandfather, Ed Nelson? Well, I'm biased for sure because it's my grandfather, but he really has had a remarkable life, and it's a life full of the miraculous, a life full of just believing God and expecting him to work. And I know as I helped him write this book, it was a real challenge to my own faith just to believe God at his word and to expect him to work. My grandfather, who loved your grandfather very much, as did my dad and as do I, my grandfather said, every great man at some point comes under the dominating influence of some great truth. What would you say is that dominant truth that gripped your grandfather when he was young and that kind of drove him through his life of ministry? I'd say it was probably this. I am a sinner, and I have a great savior, and I want to do everything I possibly can to further his kingdom because of what he's done for me. That's very well put, and I think it absolutely describes what propelled him through life. He was always in motion. I've never met him when he was not just like a meteor crossing the sky. His energy was remarkable. I've been with him on some long mission trips, and no moss ever grew under his feet. The title of the book is A Sinner Saved by Grace, so that was a good description. Tell me about the time, the point in life, when he became a grace -saved sinner. What was he doing at the time? What influence did God bring into his life that got his attention and brought him to Christ? Well, he grew up on a farm in Windsor, Colorado, which is a little bit north of Denver. He had aspirations of being a great farmer just like his dad was. When he was 17 years old, he was in a farming accident. They were a very moral family, and his dad would take them to church every Sunday, but it was not a Bible preaching church. When he was in that accident, the doctors said he wouldn't make it through the night. He prayed and said, God, if there even is a God, I want you to hear my prayer, and I want you to save my life. If you do, if I live, then I'll get a Bible and I'll read it. Well, he made it. Spoiler alert. He made it, but he did get a Bible, but he didn't understand it until about four years later, your grandfather, actually, Dr. Bob Sr., was preaching at the First Baptist Church in Fort Collins, and his mailman came by and invited him to the revival meetings. He didn't really want to go, but out of respect for the mailman and his testimony, he was like, fine, I'll go. So he went that first night, and your grandfather preached and said that he was a sinner and that he deserved to die. It made him so angry that he found that he would never go back. Well, the next day on the tractor out on the field, he was like, I wonder what he's going to preach about that would make me mad again. And so he went back, and that happened four nights. And on the fourth night, he was like, you know what? What this man is saying is true, and it's not, I haven't been angry at him. I've been angry at God because I know that this is truth. And so he surrendered his life, and he came to know the Lord that evening. And I asked him when I was writing the book with him, I said, Grandpa, what were you saved from? And he was like, I was saved from my own goodness, because he was such a good moral person. He was saved from his own goodness, and he said that he knew deep down inside that there were things that he would think or say or look at that were not godly. And nobody else knew it, but that's what he was saved from. From that point in time, his life changed forever. The self -righteous sinner may be the hardest sinner to open his heart to the Lord.
A highlight from Ep. 116 - Talking About The Music Of 1977
"Well, here we are. Episode 116. On the march to 200 and beyond. And on this episode, I have the Wrecking Two with me, Mark Smith and Luke Colicchio from the Music Relish Show. And we're going to be talking about the year 1977, and music, and some movies, some news flashbacks maybe. Interesting, yeah. I say it was the beginning of the end of the 70s. Yeah. So sit back, relax, get yourself some Acapulco Gold or some Panama Red, break open a bottle of Rianini Limbrusco, sit back, relax, and enjoy 1977 all over again. The KLFB Studio presents Milk Crate and Turntables, a music discussion podcast hosted by Scott McLean. Now, let's talk music. Enjoy the show. Thank you, Amanda, for that wonderful introduction, as usual. I got a little FaceTime from young Amanda this afternoon. So I'm sitting there just kind of chilling. Oh, my little girl's calling me. She calls me. And hi. I'm like, what's up, little girl? She just kind of looks and says, can I see the cats? Oh, yeah, that's my life. She don't miss me. Misses the cats. Anyway, welcome back, my friends, to the show that never ends. And welcome to the podcast. Do you know the name of it? So I'm not going to say it. We're streaming live right now over YouTube, Twitch, Twitter. It's Twitter, formerly known as Twitter X, whatever, a lot of them all over the place. It's going to be a good show tonight. It's going to be a good show. In the intro, I mentioned Acapulco Gold. And speaking of Acapulco Gold, it's Luke Aleccio from the Music Relish show. No stems, no seeds that you don't need. Acapulco Gold is... There you go, buddy. That's a blast. That's sweet. Let me give you some of that, buddy. Thank you. Yeah. A little teaching charm for you. Enough of that. And speaking of Panama Red, it's Mark Smith from the Music Relish. Chardonnay Gold. Instead of Acapulco Gold, he's got the Chardonnay Gold. Yeah. As usual. What's up, gentlemen? How you doing, gentlemen? Good. How are you? Doing all right. Doing all right. Yeah. Hey, you know who I don't miss? Who? I really don't miss Jimmy Buffett. Let's start off the show on a... He's a cynic. I don't miss him. I don't miss him. I'm not going to miss Jimmy Buffett. I really jumped on that bandwagon. Never really got it. Me neither. To me, it's not a bandwagon thing. It's something where I knew there's two or three songs and more steel drums, really more steel drums. But things I've heard, you know, scanning through Margaritaville radio, there was some pretty good stuff. You know, like nothing going to change your world, but you know... It's not my type of music. No, I'm not a parrothead. And I think his concerts were his big, like the Grateful Dead, you know? The concert is what it is. The experience. Yeah. Right? The Jimmy Buffett experience. I guess so. Yeah. It was his motif, you know, escapism kind of, you know. But he did spawn that horrible genre of golf and western music. Yeah. Yeah. I'd rather sit in the parking lot with a cooler of beers and a hibachi and listen to the pretenders. Yeah. Did Jimmy ever tour with the dead? Is there really a fuck up with the dead? That would have been a huge crowd, though. Boy, that's the mellowest concert ever. Dead parrotheads. Dead parrotheads. I think he's more of that mellow west coast. I think I could see him touring with the Eagles or James Taylor, I think, more now. He's some Key West buddy. Don't put him on the left coast. No, no, no. He's a Key West man. He was his own entity. Actually, he moved from the Key West. He didn't live there for a long time. Right. But his studio was there. His studio was right next to his bar, right like connected to his studio. Yeah. So that's where he would go. I remember when I worked U .S. Customs behind the scenes at Miami International, he had his own private jet. It would come up from, I guess, the Keys, but he didn't travel in just anything. It would be like, because if you have your own jet, you have a parking spot. You would have a bus. You would have a bus, like a tour bus would take him from Key West. It is from Miami. It's about a two hour drive. So you're going to do it in luxury, but everything's good with you guys. Hot. Yeah. Too damn hot up here in New York. It's hot as Bono's whatever was balls in the back of my neck. Yeah. Yeah. I don't like this. I want winter. Did Lou freeze up? Oh, no. There we go again. The pressure's on me. I got to be Lou. You've got to be Lou. Let me get this brain. I've got to be Lou. I've got to be Lou. Then there he goes. He's off the screen. Ten minutes. Let's set the timer. Set the timer. Will he break ten minutes? Will he come back on under ten minutes? Let's see. I'm starting it. See? I got the timer going there. All right. All right. Well, we're talking about 1977. I was old, but eight years old. So, I was, let me see, probably 12 going on 13, I think, right? I'm 59 now, so you're what, 56? 53. 53? Yeah. And you were eight? Yeah. I was born in 1969. So, eight, nine, 10, 11, 12. Yeah. That was right. 13. Well, 12, 13. Yeah. Yeah. I think I was beginning. I was a freshman. I was a freshman. Although, where I grew up, the freshman didn't go to the high school. That was only 10, 11, and 12. Ninth grade was at its own building. Oh. Isn't that interesting? Yeah. Yeah. But, yeah, 1977, interesting year. Yeah. A lot happened. Yeah. As I said in the intro, I think 1977 was the beginning of the end of the 70s. Yeah. Things were really starting to change. I think disco still had a little bit of a hold, but I think that was the tail end of disco, and it was the beginning of punk, and so there was a transition. That's where, I think, right there is where it started. So, let's get right into 77, as I usually do. I'm starting to like this little format. Yeah. Year by year. And it makes a long podcast, but hey, listen, we're in it for the ride with whoever's listening. We're in it for the ride. January 1st, 1977, The Clash headlined the opening night of London's only punk rock club. You know the name of that club? No. The Roxy. Another Roxy. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. So, let's start right off with stories. So, I get off the plane at Clark Air Force Base in the Philippines. So, 10 years later, right? 10 years later, 87, I get off the plane. My buddy's there, meets me. It lands right on the base. They called it the freedom bird because the turnaround flight was taking people home, right? I get, you know, they bring me back to temporary quarters. I get changed. My buddy's like, let's go. And we go off base. And it is absolutely insane. Like, you can't even imagine the sounds and sights and the energy. And yeah, I can always say, like, if you saw Deer Hunter when Robert De Niro goes back to Saigon, you know, and it's like just that motor, little motorcycles driving by and it's a dirt road. The main street is a dirt road. And this was your first time in the Philippines? In the Philippines. Yeah. It's stationed there. And my buddy says to me, he says, all right, listen, when you go into these bars, you got to act like you've done it before. Oh, come on. I grew up in Boston. I run the streets. I was in the subways. Of course I can. I walk in the first bar I walk into, The Roxy. It's called The Roxy, right? And I just, first thing you see is a bar, a U -shaped bar, right? Big U -shaped bar. The music is just cranking. I think it was like Motley Crue or something just cranking. And right in the middle of that, running right down the center of that Horseshoe bar was a stage and there had to be 15 girls up there just dancing. Like go -go girls type thing. Uh -huh. In bikinis. I was like, what the fuck? Oh, shit. And then I order a beer and the bartender is this Filipino girl. She looks, she says, first thing she says to me, you cherry boy. Cherry boy. Meaning I'm new. And I said, I looked at my buddy. I said, how does she know? He says, it's in your eyes. You're just staring around. They see it in your eyes. Yeah. They know that look. And the rest, as they say, is history.
A highlight from NO MORE EXCUSES - Andrew Tate Motivational Speech
"I don't care how I feel. Yeah, I don't care if I feel happy or sad It doesn't really affect what I do each day. I do the exact same things. I act the exact same way I it does. I don't care It does I does I don't put weight to the significance of the emotion So I always consider myself a happy person But if I woke up and I was slightly less happy one day than another It wouldn't affect anything I do and I wouldn't put any relevance to it. I'm human and that's life But Truthfully, it doesn't matter if it's getting a girl or it's making money or it's getting status It doesn't matter what it is as a man. We live in hyper competitive environments I don't think enough men understand how competitive the world is if you want a girl you're competing against other men You're not the only man who had the idea of getting that girl. There's no girl you're gonna see and go Oh, I'll get that girl and didn't cross anyone else's mind everybody else wants or you have to out compete other man You have to be as competitive as possible. You have to be as successful as possible in all realms You have to be as good -looking as funny as smart as spontaneous as interesting as charismatic as rich as possible You need to try very hard to be your absolute best and as you become a better man You'll crack through different tiers of attractiveness and eventually you get to the top and you'll be able to have any girl you want But the truth is I have a lot of guys asked me Similar to your question a guy will come to me and go how do I get a girl my bro? You're a loser Yeah, but I know but how do I get a girl? Well, you're a fucking loser. You're a loser. Why are you asking me? It's like saying how do I win a race with a push bike you're racing Ferraris? What do you want me to do? Yeah, there's only so much you can do He's only so hard you can pedal. There's only so many tricks and tips. There's only so many game Things you can say so many pickup lines if you're a loser It's gonna be very very difficult and it's gonna get harder and harder. The game is rigged to become harder and harder for men It's not getting easier It's going the other way and if you're gonna be on a racetrack and there's gonna be Ferraris there and you're gonna be on a Pedal bike or in a Nissan you're gonna get smoked. That's the game. You have to up yourself. You have to improve yourself I'm not gonna lie to anybody here and say you don't have to improve yourself You can stay a loser and get chicks because you can't I Don't understand how many humans function in the world today. I don't get people who don't think like me. I don't understand it I'm like, well then how do how have you survived this long life is hard life is difficult I maybe I've just been unlucky which I don't believe in but I've had so much trauma and bad events and Used all of it to be monumentally successful if I wasn't that way inclined with the workload that God put on my shoulders I'd just be in a ditch somewhere Yeah I don't have killed myself by now But I don't understand how people are functioning if you're not thinking like me and you're going through life with any other mindset You've been extremely fortunate that God smiled on you and allowed you to sit around most of the time to inject shit and you have Yet to be punished for that I I could never have lived that life if I was a bit lazy or a bit You know or I was a bit of a snake or I lied to people I'd be dead by now Like so a lot of these people are just absolutely and utterly blessed by God that they managed to go through life with such a non competitive mindset and they still breathing like I Don't get I don't understand how people can think any other way. I've spoken to dudes and like yeah, you know I had a bad couple months. Why I'm a girl left me you've wasted months You wasted months over some Like you had you had the think of how much God loves you to have given you the the grace and given you the Opportunity to waste months of human time over some chick like talk about blessed head -to -toe if I waste months Empires are gonna collapse. I'm gonna put a cell or dead if I waste months. I have things to do every single day I can't waste a second like these people are just absolutely Infinitely blessed and their mindset is a product of that because they're they're spoiled children Absolutely spoiled children if you're going through life with any other mindset besides a hyper competitive one Or you're capable of competing with some of the most Dangerous men on the planet and all their forms me and my network and also my competitors If you don't have that mindset, then you have to understand that you are spoiled You're spoiled by your reality because there's a whole bunch of people out here daily who fail There are men out here who fail daily and they have yet to feel the true consequence for it They fail to go to the gym when they know they should have gone to the gym They fail because they forgot their keys and they took them ten minutes to find him They fail because they replied to a question. They got sent on whatsapp the wrong way They fail because they didn't smile and they're supposed to they didn't say please and thank you to that person who helped them They fail because they didn't say hi to that girl who's looking at them out the corner of her eye They just fail perpetually they go through life missing every opportunity and just failing failing failing and somehow we've built a society Which is so soft and God is so giving and so graceful that they still have a place to eat and somewhere to sleep and they're still surviving that that shows how nice God is because it before this society truthfully if you were that Level of failure you would be dead It's survival of the fittest and none of these men out here are fit their mindset isn't fit the reality isn't fit They're absolutely they're failures. They're failures and they're just failing every single day I'm gonna go but you know what tomorrow I'll go to the gym. You've been failing your whole Life that's all you've done is fail and then you sit and wonder why people like me absolutely not Lee I'll compete you it is So easy to become a top -tier male in the world today because the competition is so ridiculously low There are 2 % killers like me and everybody else Amateur head -to -toe amateur. They can't even pay attention to anything. They can't try anything. They're amateurs and It's it's it's really mind -blowing to me because I've tried with all of my computational power to Imagine having a mindset different to mine and I just can't see a reality worth having I can't see a reality worth living I can't see how you're gonna build a life worth experiencing if you have any other mindset. I can't see it Yeah, I've never met somebody with a fantastic life who did not completely and utterly believe in themselves I've never seen somebody massively succeed and they didn't believe in themselves ever I've never seen somebody who just allows life to happen to them and become blown off course by some Sadness end up doing massively monumental and important things. I've never seen it. It does and it's never gonna happen If I'm unhappy with something and I'm uncomfortable with something that I fix it Yeah, that's endless motivation, which I don't truly believe in as a concept But that's endless fuel for the fire right if I was unhappy with something about myself Regardless of what it was I would be able to take all of that discomfort and turn it into endless energy to get the problem fixed But these people seem to be unhappy. Yeah Well, these people seem to sit and say I'm really I'm really unhappy with X but then stay doing X So I don't believe they're truly actually unhappy what you'll notice if you live life long enough Is that somebody will sit and say to you? I'm unhappy being a loser. Yeah. Why are you a loser? I just sit at home play video games seven days a week and you're like, okay and Maybe three days of the week. They're unhappy doing that Yeah, that's the time they email you and that's the time they want to make a change but four days of the week They don't really bother them doesn't really bother them because if it bothered them seven days a week guess what they would fix it Correct. So I have very little sympathy for people and That's not because I'm not a nice person But it's because I've been so hard on myself and I've been through so many things That were difficult and I've been through so much pain and trauma myself Some of its self -inflicted some of it given to me by God to make me a better person But I've been I've been so difficult on myself It's very hard for me to look at somebody who's refused to be difficult on themselves and see them as my equal or feel sympathy Or pity for them. Why would I feel pity for somebody who took the easy route when I took the hardest possible route? Yeah, I took the hardest possible way to be the man I am and you were too big of a and now you want me To feel sorry for you. I don't feel sorry for you. I don't feel sorry for these people and Because as a man you can be anything you decide you want to be that's the beauty of being a male You can build your character completely from the ground up just like a video game every single thing about me that people respect I built I was not born a world champion kickboxer. I was not born this intelligent or an intellectual I was not born this rich. I was not born this strong. I was not born this confident I was not born this interesting I was not born as charismatic and humble and gorgeous and tall and strong and sexy although born none of these things I became these things myself so I deserve all the spoils of war and Anybody who decides they don't want to work hard enough to become those things and they deserve to sit and accept their my inferior Yeah, that's dirt. That's their problem So you talk a lot about purpose and What is your thoughts as to do you have like an exact answer as to why we are created as humans and why we're here What is the purpose of life? Why have we been given life? I think we're here to struggle and to learn I don't think we're here to be happy. That's why when we keep going back to the happy argument I've always found that kind of frustrating and annoying and someone goes oh, but I want to be happy. Why? Why Why do you want to sit there and laugh like you were happy your entire childhood. That's your happy days You're allowed to be happy. That's it. It's all over now, right? You're a man your responsibilities I think we're here to do important Yeah Pretired perfect provide protect and we're also here to do important things and important things are gonna be difficult and they're gonna be hard and You're gonna get frustrated, but that's what gives you purpose. I don't see anyone who's chasing happiness I think that's a very feminine frame. I understand why some women just want to be happy I think I don't know that how it feels to be a girl cuz I'm not one but no in my experience I know women who just want to be happy girls. Just want to have fun They're fine, but you're a man right and if you're a man, then it's absolutely not a different experience of life I I think we're here to struggle. I think we're here to endure pain I think we're here to just see how hard we are to kill I think that Going through terrible things and living through them and and coming out the other side is one of the most fantastic things about being human I think that it's almost like once you understand what life is really about There's no emotion which isn't enjoyable The only emotion that the only emotional state which can be seen as detrimental is feeling nothing at all But if you're sitting at home and you're feeling truly heartbroken at least you're feeling something, right? Yes, and and I think that's the whole part of being human. I don't I Think we're here to struggle.
"ten minute" Discussed on WTOP
"Updates every ten minutes on the eight we'll tell you what's ahead a few hours from now few and a days from now so you can plan your day and your week w t o p news let me listen you're listening to w t o p news it's six twenty three well d c is getting some new -look drivers licenses and i d cards the design features vibrant colors cherry blossoms the wood thrush bird and the frederick douglas memorial bridge d c says the polycarbonate cards are more sustainable and secure starting later this month anyone getting or renewing their license will get those newly designed cards and you don't have to worry about it your current since that you have right now will still be valid until it expires honda is recalling some of its best -known vehicles because the possible issue with their breaks so far there's been one case of break failure and to warranty claims the problem occurring in manufacturing of the honda pilots ridge lines civics and passports as well as the accurate india x all twenty twenty models are newer the break master cylinder may not have been attached properly well nobody's been hurt this could lead to several issues including break failure and reporter jeff gilbert in detroit reporting well you if rode the metro system over july 4th you probably noticed it was packed the early numbers show trains had four hundred ten thousand riders that's a level not seen in about eight eight years a big factor was everyone being able to ride for free starting late yesterday afternoon independence day metro ridership was up by more than sixty percent over last year sports at twenty five and fifty five powered by red river technology decisions aren't black and white think red mister rob woodfork what you got hey i got some nationals baseball you
"ten minute" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Dot com. Northwest news time two 44 and northwest traffic every ten minutes on the forest from the high performance homes traffic center. Here's Kimi Klein. Well, it's already getting very slow on the valley freeway on south on one 6 7 prior to highway 18 towards 24th and December that's her a crash is blocking the left lane through even to feel a lot of traffic on both directions of highway 18 between C street and auburn and I 5 and Federal Way. There's a collision on the shoulder and Sequoia on northbound 405 right around the west valley highway between south center and the west valley highway. So it's really adding some unusual traffic on north down 5 down the south center hill and also on eastbound 5 18 heading away from sea tac airport. Our travel time to the north end is around 55 minutes already to get from Seattle to Everett or belvi to Everett, but I don't see anything blocking in the way, but once you're in Everett it stays slow on north and I 5 towards marine V drive and expect delays on sell 5 getting into Seattle anywhere south of north gate. This report is sponsored by muckle shoot bingo no matter the day there's a time to play at muckle shooting go. Matinee sessions start every day at noon and evening session start at 7 p.m.. Michael shooting go in auburn your home for machine go. Your next northwest traffic at two 54. The forecast sponsored by northwest crawlspace services sunny near 80 tomorrow, partly cloudy near 70 on Saturday, we'll have more sunshine Sunday and Monday, low 70s Sunday, mid 70s on Memorial Day, 63 in downtown Seattle. News radio 1000 FM 97 7, your information station sponsored by fast water here. Correct that 73 in downtown Seattle now look
"ten minute" Discussed on WTOP
"Tees off next hour. Sports in ten minutes on WTO fee. Everything you need every time you listen. WTO P news. 6 15, I'm John Aaron. And I'm Michelle bash. We are getting new information about just how common the mishandling of classified information is. The national archives has been called more than 80 times in the past decade plus about classified materials found in the papers of former members of Congress and other U.S. leaders. That tally cited in newly released congressional testimony underscores the weaknesses in how the government tracks and safeguards its most important secrets archives officials said most of the calls came from libraries where former members of Congress donated their papers for future research, an investigation is underway into the handling of classified material by former president Trump. There are also reviews involving material material held by President Biden and my former vice president Mike Pence. The very first candidate to announce they were running for the Senate seat being vacated by the retiring Ben cardin is a progressive Democrat from Montgomery county. Looks at the candidacy of will Joan do as we continue to profile the candidates. Being nearly an entire year away from a 2024 primary, Montgomery county at large councilman will juana knows voters around the state aren't paying much attention to that race, and they are focused we will have built an organization built the resources and the campaign to communicate what I think will be the boldest clearest vision. One declared candidate has the most to spend. One is racking up endorsements and then there's Jamie Raskin with the most name recognition. I asked juano if he would run for Raskin seat in the House if Raskin declares for the Senate. He's going to make his own decision, but I think I'm focused on this race. When I pointed out he never said no, he also didn't get a yes. News. As more southern states pass new restrictions on abortion, Virginia is relatively permissive laws could make it a destination for women seeking abortions. South Carolina is one of the last places in the region where legal abortions are still available, but access would be almost entirely banned after about 6 weeks of pregnancy under a bill that passed the state's house yesterday. The plan still has to pass the Senate. Now earlier this week, North Carolina approved a ban on most abortions after 12 weeks, that takes effect July 1st. Republican Virginia governor Glenn youngkin pushed for a 15 week ban during this year's legislative session, but it was defeated by the narrow democratic majority in the state Senate. A quick look at the top stories we're working on at WTO P. A girl who police say was hit by a stray bullet in D.C. while riding in a car over the weekend has now died
Prince Harry and Meghan pursued in their car by photographers; no injuries in NYC incident
"Prince Harry, Meghan and her mother were pursued in their car by photographers in New York City Tuesday night. Their spokesman calls it near catastrophic. The NYPD calls it challenging. Prince Harry Meghan and her mother were pursued in their car by photographers in New York City Tuesday night, their spokesman calls it near catastrophic, the NYPD calls it challenging. At one point they ended up at the 19th precinct where they got into soup charon Singh's cab, who also doesn't call it a chase. And all of a sudden paparazzi came out of Norway, started taking pictures. He says Harry and Meghan were nice. It's kind of crazy and stuff like that. The Gabby says they asked to go back to the precinct, the ride lasted ten minutes, and they were generous on a $17 fare. They gave me a 50. I mean, while I'm going around the block, that's more than enough. The NYPD says they were assisting the private security team, protecting the royals, and there were numerous photographers, but they arrived at their destination. Julie Walker, New York.
Eichel's 3-point game helps Golden Knights beat Oilers 4-3, take 3-2 series lead
"The golden knights are one went away from the Western Conference Finals after defeating the oilers four three. Jack eichel had a goal and two assists as Vegas took a three two series lead. Mark stone rally Smith and Nick Hague also scored for the knights and Jonathan Marshall had three assists to tie a franchise high. We worked hard all year to get home advantage and we had to take advantage of that tonight and we did. Edmonton actually led to one on goals by Connor McDavid and Zach Hyman in the first ten minutes before Vegas did it three straight in an 89 second span of the second period. Game 6 is Sunday in Edmonton. I'm Dave ferry.
Caller Tries to Explain Why Dems Are Against a Secured Border
"Here's Paul and Springfield, Virginia, Paul. I'm honored to call. Let me sit back and turn the microphone off. The floor is yours, explain the Democrats, unanimous opposition to the secure the border act. Hey, Mike, good morning. It's a pleasure to be on and I'm not Trump exactly what you're looking for, but I felt compelled to call because you seemed very here for someone who disagreed with you to call in. And I will start by saying, I'm definitely not a policy person, so if you're hoping for like a point by point explanation of the bill, I can not give you that because I suspect most of your listeners, I have not actually read it and don't know what's in it. And I actually have not heard from you on your show, although I've only been listening for about ten minutes, what's actually in it, but I'll tell you my suspicion is that the democratic position is likely that there are a lot of people who are fortunate and are coming to our great country because they see the opportunity here and they want to create an opportunity for those people to get your in a safe and legal way and again, my suspicion having read the bill, not a policy person, is that the reason Democrats are voting against it. But they don't see that opportunity. Okay, now I have my mic. I had my microphone off, but I have to turn it back on because inexplicably you said you haven't heard me say what's in the Bill. I've only said a hundred times what's in the Bill. So since let me just tell you in the last minute we have left, and I'll turn my mic back off. The bill would restart the border construction construction on the border wall that Trump began and it would add thousands of additional border patrol agents to the border. Are you against that Paul?
Citizen Kane on the Press's Sad Effort to Take Down Tucker Carlson
"Cain, welcome back to the program. What's up, Charlie? I've made the 90° churn towards the laptop away from the monitor. Let's talk. So Kane, I love the links that you're posting here. I want to just get your big picture analysis in the last couple of weeks on Tucker's departure. You've been linking a lot to it. What are you seeing? What are you hearing? How should we think about this? Well, it's the defamation of Tucker Carlson. There's certainly trying. I caught the first ten minutes of your excellent open this morning talking about those text messages. Obviously, I saw that story on drugs last night. He's going big with it. It's funny, you know, drugs turns to the left, and now several years later, some people would argue sooner Fox News is kind of is turning that way. Obviously, someone is coordinating some leaks here. There's a great town hall story that has four or 5 videos, quote unquote, leaked Tucker Carlson videos from a media matters reporter on Twitter. So I would tell people to look at that, but it's all backfiring because this sort of leaked audio stuff leaked video from Tucker on his set before broad before, filming begins. They show that Tucker's a real guy. Regarding those texts, I'm with you a 100%. They did not show Tucker Carlson as a racist. Let's ask Simon at taba. The White House reporter who has been blacklisted by Karen Jean Pierre, ask him if he thinks Tucker's a racist. You know, you'll get a response that Fox News won't like. And you know, one other thing, a little birdie told me here recently that, well, this week, Lawrence Jones is filling in for Tucker at 8 p.m.. By the way, you were correct to mention that the 8 p.m. slot on Fox News is down 50%. I just posted a story that the overall MSNBC beat Fox News in prime time ratings, two nights ago. It's
Charlie Welcomes Garrett Holdridge of Consumer Tax Advocate
"Us now is Garrett holdridge founding partner of consumer tax advocate COVID tax relief dot org that is COVID tax relief dot org. Garrett, welcome to the program. Tell us the good news of how our audience is doing, getting their money back from the government with the ERC, tell us about it. Absolutely. Hey Charlie, I'm so excited to be a part of the show. By the way, I love watching we have yawn actually throughout the office every single morning. It's decided to be on the show here. One of the share the news. Last time that we were on your show here, we had 201 businesses, your listeners that had either called in or filled out, filled out a forum on COVID to tax relief dot org. We have secured $24 million so far for those businesses. That was last time that we were on the show as of today, we are now at 303 businesses for a total of $32 million. It's awesome. Well, that's amazing. And so just re explain it to our audience again, it's COVID tax relief dot org. These are for business owners, entrepreneurs that stayed open during the pandemic. Most people don't even know that this money has been allocated by Congress. And I'm not a fan of all this money that's been allocated, but hey, if it's there, do your thing, COVID tax relief dot org. Tell us about the details of the law. Yeah, so the ERC program or the employee retention credit. It's for businesses who kept their doors open or tried to keep their doors open during the pandemic, meaning that maybe they couldn't make it through the whole thing. But they were paying W two employees throughout the time that they were open. It's a reward basically for these companies having done that. Any amount of employees over two W two employees qualifies and it's very simple here within our company. The law is about 200 pages long as you could imagine. We have built software that parallels the IRS guidelines and what that means is you go to COVID tax relief dot org, you're going to enter in your information. It's going to take you two minutes on there. We're going to give you a call, and we're going to walk you through a 8 to ten minute questionnaire. That questionnaire will be exactly what the IRS guidelines are, and it's going to let you know exactly what your business would qualify for. There's no commitment. There's no personal sensitive information that we ask for at all. And we don't ask for any type of payment at all.
Should the GOP Skip Primary Debates? Lauren Boebert Weighs In
"Shifting gears here for a second. Joe Biden has announced reelection, saying there's no primary debates. Do you think Republicans should follow suit? No way. We have president Trump leading the top of the ticket on the primary for the Republican Party and I think there's nothing better than a good president Trump debate. That's where we see him shine. And really show that he is a leader that he's here to drain the swamp as we all want to do. So badly and hold these people accountable. So I fully support a Republican primary. And I'm the least bit surprised that the most popular president in American history is struggling to gain support and now doesn't want a primary. He can not sustain a primary and I don't know if we have enough enough of whatever it is they pump him full of to actually get him through a debate. And the only reason that he won't have this debate is because the people who are actually running the country know that Joe Biden does not have the cognitive ability to get through the debate. Biden even admitted in his White House correspondent speech that he talks for ten minutes, Charlie answers zero questions and then walks away. And we know what little questions he does engage in. Well, they're already pre screened. We have the kindergarten pamphlet there for him with a picture of the reporter and describing who they are and what the question is that they're going to ask and then his answer already prepared. And if you can't even get through a question, a press conference at The White House, then you're certainly not going to be able to get through a debate, and that means that you're not fit to be president of the United States. And
"ten minute" Discussed on WTOP
"On WTO P is the great early banks would say, let's play two the Nas prepare for a double header against the pirates on south capital street sports. In ten minutes on WTO. This is WTO news. It's now ten 14 here on WTO P good morning. I'm Dan Ronan Thank you for joining us here this morning. The last weekend in April is always an important time for football fans both in the college and the NFL game. It's draft weekend, joining us to discuss the draft and how the commanders are doing is they bring in new players to the team as Mike Jones, the NFL national writer for the Atlantic who also covered Washington's football team for many years at The Washington Post. Mike, what type of a letter grade would you give for the commanders as we go into the next round of the draft? You know, I guess for the first two rounds you would give them maybe a B, B minus. They definitely are filling positions of need. They got a cornerback, a manual, a manual Phillips, a manual Forbes from Mississippi state in the first round, then they got Quan Martin from Illinois, another defensive back in the second round and then Ricky stromberg or center from Arkansas. So there's all positions of need. It felt like a little bit of a reach with the manual Forbes because there were several cornerbacks that were rated a little higher in the draft, but they really feel good about his plane making potential. Any surprises so far? For Washington, I guess just the main thing would be the Forbes pick because Joey Porter junior was still on the board and Christian Gonzales of Oregon was the number one corner that was still on the board and they passed on him and took Philip who does did lead the NCAA with 6 career interceptions for a touchdown, but he's kind of a slender guy. They wonder about his strength and physicality and also look they pass on the opportunity to get a quarterback in both of the first and second rounds, third round as well, where that looks like a position of need, even though they keep saying that they believe in Sam Howell. It looks to me that the team is focusing on the defensive backfield in a big way. Yeah, you're exactly right. And that's an area where they have a lot of young guys last year, but they also had some injuries and it was kind of duct taped together. So they really want to find some mainstays that they can rely on for years to come. Any other noticeable picks that stand out, not just for the commanders, but for the league as well. I mean, it's been kind of an interesting draft. It has been an interesting draft. You know, you had the quarterbacks that went high off the board with Bryce young, then CJ Stroud. And then a few picks later was Anthony Richardson, first time in the history of the draft at three black quarterbacks went in the top ten. You had a real long wait for will levis the quarterback from Kentucky that a lot of people thought would go in the top ten. He went to the Titan yesterday. And so it's always intriguing. You never know how these picks are going to play out, but every single team will tell you, oh, we got the guy we won at all along. Yeah, that's always the sound bite you here at the end. Mike Jones, the national NFL writer at the Atlantic, he covered the football team here in Washington, D.C. for many years for The Washington Post, discussing the NFL Draft. Now to the top stories we are following this morning here on WTO new this morning, a federal judge overseeing the New Orleans Roman Catholic bankruptcy recused himself
Panthers beat Bruins 4-3 in Game 5 OT to avoid elimination
"The Panthers have forced a game 6 in their first round series by outlasting the bruins four three and overtime. Matthew kuchak scored 6 minutes into OT after the cats wasted a trio of one goal leads. Swaggy was able to put pressure on it, forced turnover, and I was able to hop out there fast, but with duke change in and just a little bit of pinball and somehow got right on my stick and made sure to put it home. Anthony duclair Sam Bennett and Sam Reinhart had Florida's other goals and Sergei bobrovsky turned back 44 shots. Taylor hall tied the game for the bees with ten minutes left in regulation. The series resumes on Friday. I'm Dave ferry.
Steve Deace Has Undergone a Lot of Attacks in the "Spiritual Realm"
"Some of you know, if you listen to this program, is that there's this thing called spiritual warfare. When you do something really, really powerful for God, usually. The satanic enemy doesn't like it. And you get some pushback. That's actually a good thing. It shows you're over the target. Steve days was hospitalized while he was promoting this film. I'll let him tell the story. He was hospitalized again. Steve dace, my friend, congratulations on everything. And I'm just really thrilled to be looking at you that you're out of the hospital and you're able to do a show like this. As someone who's prayed for you and exhorted others to do the same, I am really just thrilled to see you back in the land of the living. God bless you, my friend, and welcome. Thank you, brother. Appreciate it. And I appreciate all those prayers. I felt him in the hospital Friday afternoon. And I was as demoralized and discouraged as I've ever been, and Eric literally ten minutes before I started talking to you. I got a text from one of our one of our other producers, our director of marketing John Sullivan. His car was just totaled by a nursing student who fell asleep. Luckily, he just had gotten out of his car. Two days ago, an hour after I got out of the hospital, one of our other producers, Chris Jones, Eric texted me that he nearly got killed by a car. He was putting his infant son Judah and his car seat in a parking lot in SUV came out of nowhere, took the door of his car off total it, missed him by inches. This is just getting at this point, this is getting insane.
Brunson, Barrett lead Knicks over Cavs 102-93 for 3-1 lead
"The next have jumped down to a three games to one lead against the Cavaliers by winning game four one O two 93. New York jumped down to a 15 point lead in the first half, then had a weather of Cleveland come back with a score time at 75 in just under ten minutes to play. RJ Barrett led a 15 to 6 run that put the Knicks just one win away from advancing to the second round for the first time in a decade. What quarter to stand tough, you know, every time they threw a punch and kind of do some better. Now it finished with 26 points, ten in the fourth quarter. Jalen Brunson led all scores with 29. Josh Hart added 19. Game 5 Wednesday in Cleveland. Tom Arian, New York.
Netflix apologizes after livestream of 'Love Is Blind' reunion is delayed for many
"Fans of the Netflix series love is blind are angry after the streaming service kept them waiting for a live reunion special on Sunday. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. The season four reunion special for the reality show love is blind was only the second live event Netflix had staged besides Chris Rock's comedy special last month. Love is blind fans were able to join a waiting room ten minutes before starts, and after an hour, they were still waiting. Netflix tweeted an apology, but did not give an explanation. When the show finally started, co host Vanessa Lachey said she was sorry they were late, and that was the only acknowledgment a
All Quiet on the Western Front: A Movie You'll Love and Hate
"Good morning, sunny. Thank you, how's it going? Good, I need to ask you about all quiet on the western front. Which I got from Netflix this week. And it's awfully good and I can't finish it. Instead I've been reading about World War I, you know, a 140,000 French man dead in four days in the first battle of the war, three years later, 20,000 Brits die in one day. They're antietam in their entire history. It's just so grim. What did you make of all quiet on the western front? All quiet on the western front is one of those movies that's very frustrating to me because it's very clearly a well made picture. I admire a lot of it. The shots were very, very well constructed. The editing was very well done. The acting is all very good. And yet I still didn't really like it very much. It really, it just insists upon itself in the sense that, you know, it's a movie about it's a movie with a very specific point. War is bad. And it wars pointless and wars meaningless and it really drives that home over and over and over again to the extent that I really think the most effective part of the film is the opening, I don't know, the first ten or 12 minutes or so, which is I agree. Like a little short story in and of itself, right? The naivete of youth concerning war. Right. So in the opening 12 minutes, there's the sequence in which a young man is basically convinced to go off to war and he goes against the wishes of the parents and he's only 17 and he dies pointlessly and tragically and the next batch of recruits gets his jacket. It's a really well done sequence, but that gets to the whole point of the movie and the rest of the movie is just that ten minutes over and over again.
"ten minute" Discussed on WTOP
"There could be a very plausible explanation as to why these buses were in that area. It could be a complete misunderstanding. That was the case in lorton, where police say the driver was there for another pickup and no criminal activity is suspected in investigation into the incident rest in about ten minutes earlier is still ongoing. In both cases, the bus driver drove away after being confronted by a community member. Students didn't get on the bus in either case. The school system says county buses will always be properly marked. We'll have detectives working on this throughout the weekend and certainly have more of a visible present on Monday when school picks up. Scott gelman WTO news. 14th street bridge certainly could use a facelift and it looks like it's coming soon. Vice president Kamala Harris announced $72 million in grant money being devoted to fixing the bridge. Today across our nation, we are investing in building a better future for our nation. And this bridge is evidence of that progress. 14th street bridge one of the oldest bands over the Potomac, project document show work will include replacing critical safety features on the bridge, federal and local leaders say the northbound bridge now 73 years old handles more than 80,000 vehicles a day along three 95 from Virginia into D.C., the Biden administration is closing out a three week push to highlight the benefits of its infrastructure investments in local communities. 1108 get a precision AC tune up for only $59. Michael and son. Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks, let's go to Ian Crawford in the traffic center. Let's go right back to the capitol beltway Dimitri the Woodrow Wilson bridge the draw reaches open so the lands are at a stop both inner and outer loop between Alexandria and oxen hill, everything is at a stop, has been for about ten minutes now. These maintenance openings tend to last ten to 20 minutes or so can last a little longer if you have a plan B, you'd use that instead. Otherwise, wait for this one. On the capitol beltway, the inner and outer loops at a stop at the Woodrow Wilson bridge free drawbridge opening. Elsewhere in Virginia on the capitol beltway, lots of work between Tyson's and the legion bridge and we've got this, it's all tied up in knots, inner loop that lays begin about one 23, passing the dulles toll road all the way to Georgetown pike, it's a single right lane to get by as it was last night, and it's a long slow ride if you've got a plan B in your back pocket, use that instead. On the outer loop coming off the legion bridge, you've got work after the George Washington memorial Parkway heading toward Georgetown pike. That is one to the left to get by now. On 66, the one works on we are aware of so far westbound inside the beltway before route 29 at roslin, exit 73, and that is going to be a single right lane to get by. Maryland 95 northbound work after the Howard chatty rest area all the way to route 32. That's two to the left to get by. The bigger one might be up by route 100, exit 43 where you've got a right lane block, but it is apparently playing some havoc with those ramps addicts at 43, 50 across the bay bridge two way traffic running on the eastbound span of the bay bridge for overnight work on the westbound span. Meadows farm screening sale is here, now through Monday, VIPs get up to 10% off in stock are provided skip laurels and Nelly Steven hollies, Meadows farms, plaid a little happiness. I'm Ian Crawford WTO traffic. The rate at which you pay off your mortgage could soon be extended. We'll get into that coming up first though. 7 news first alert, chief meteorologist Veronica Johnson. A terrific Thursday evening
"ten minute" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Teachers should understate law become mandatory reporters of child abuse or neglect. Corwin hake, northwest, news radio. Coming up after traffic and weather, Uber and Lyft drivers are about to get some added benefits for working in Washington state, I'm Jeff pojo and I'll explain. Two O four traffic every ten minutes on the fours from the high performance homes traffic center. Here's Kimi Klein. A heads up east siders, south on four O 5 at 5 20, the two right lanes are blocked for emergency pothole repair. They saw an opportunity, it's dry, it's not too busy yet, and these potholes are a hazard. So expect some delays while this work is done here. We have a crash in south Seattle that's partially blocking both directions of rainier avenue itself, Walden street, insect Willie, there is a crash on the shoulder of the ramp from northbound 5 to westbound 5 18. And again, it's on the left side, but it's adding to delays mostly on south and four or 5 passing south center around the air plus south on one 6 7 in Sumner is starting to slow right now just past 24 three east as so is a drive-through effort along eastbound 5 two 6 and on north down 95 just north of Sierra 5 two 6 passing highway two. This support is sponsored by Beacon plumbing called Beacon today and save $50 on all drink cleaning and sewer repairs. It's called winning hundred freaking called vegan plumbing. Your next northwest traffic at sea 14. Our forecast sponsored by northwest crawlspace services. Here's komal four meteorologist Kristen Clark. Sunshine for many today, but of course there will be a few exceptions. That's parts of the hood canal region into pierce and Thurston county
Should We Talk to Clinton's Secret Service Agents, Too?
"If you're going to incorporate the Secret Service the protection agents for the president into your criminal investigations effectively making them spies I just want to be sure the Republicans understand that if them's the rules then the rules Because the former detail of Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton has a lot to offer Jim let's just say one more thing Let's just say one more thing Okay Let's just say one more thing And how totally hypothetical totally happy I thought about this when they're in a break Let's just say on the fiction section someone were to write a book About a massage therapist who made a lot of trips to chappaqua It would just say would you say What was he saying Calm down would you say Let's total speculation And let's just say she had a Secret Service nickname It was kind of a joke That's the same as all and they called their energizer And it wasn't because of the batteries Let's just say that happened And she used to come over let's just say like ten minutes after Hillary Clinton would leave Let's just say that happened Let's just say let's just say it'd be kind of who knows what she was around I mean let's just say let's just say if we're doing this now if we're doing this there's a lot to talk about I mean we could go on all day We go to the exactly exactly He's just like OJ's book If I did it what was the Hillary Clinton book where the answer and the answer to the question and the question was on the same questions book What did wrong or something And by Hillary Clinton there you go You answered the questions right there So they covered a book But folks it's serious stuff This connection between Soros and Alban Bragg and this group is very real
"ten minute" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Vote and is now with the Senate for further consideration. Carling Johnson, northwest news radio. Police continue the search for the wrong way driver who slammed into a construction site in kitsap county yesterday, the driver was in a stolen pickup truck when they were going eastbound in the westbound lanes of state route 16, they slammed into an SUV head on and injured two people inside. One with serious injuries the other with minor injuries, the state patrol says the driver of the stolen truck ran away on foot. Northwest news time two 34. Graphic every ten minutes on the forest from the high performance homes traffic center. Yours can be climbed. In Seattle, we have a crash that is blocking fully blocking the ramp from west Ben 90 to rainier avenue south. So it is backing up into the mountain bigger tunnel and it's remaining slow all the way onto south and I 5 or even northbound 5 because city traffic is spilling in as well as we get closer to this afternoon drive at rush hour. South on 5 85th in Seattle and disabled vehicle blocks the right lane. So that's adding pressure south of one 30th. Northbound 5, I'm hearing reports of a crash around the Michigan curve. I haven't found it on the cameras, but it is slow from Al bro, south and four O 5 is struggling from 5 20 in a new castle where a stove vehicle Lake Washington boulevard just cleared out of the right lane, both directions of four O 5 are starting to pack in around south center as a south and I 5 up that Describe as a man in a ski mask, pulled to the side of his semi and shot at the front of the vehicle. According to WSP, the suspect driver wasn't a sedan with mismatched paint, black rims and possibly a black hood. No news. Seattle police say a woman was shot not far from Virginia mason hospital last night around 7 o'clock near 8th avenue. The 41 year old victim was shot in the head, but is expected to survive police have arrested a 36 year old woman. She was booked for investigation of assault and unlawful possession of a firearm.
"ten minute" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Coverage provided in service by affiliates and third guardian jurors. Let's get to your traffic we do it every ten minutes for you. From the high performance homes traffic said U kierra keeping an eye on things this morning, what about our situation westbound I 90 at Mercer island this morning. Yeah, so this is right as we're coming off of Mercer island we have a crash that's blocking the right lane and that is going to cause a little bit of hesitation around the immediate area, but we don't have a heavy solid backup that's extending across much of Mercer island at this point. Looks like we cleared our crush in Seattle actually it was a stall that was partially blocking our ramp from south and high 5 to Al bro, south of Buckley. We continue to work with a long-term crash. It's southbound highway one 65. It's near highway one 62 and our southbound lane is blocked and we're alternating through that area. And we're feeling pretty quickly on a lot of arch meets north by 5 busy from three 20th all the way into south center and some pockets of slowing out of the Michigan curve to I 90, eastbound 5 12 with delays between the mall and pioneer northbound one 6 7 slowing down from 15 straight southwest to two 77th and again between two 12th and four O 5 and getting pretty heavy on northbound four O 5 from the valley freeway to sunset, then we'll continue on with some sort of off and on slowing as you're traveling out of that new castle area. Our next northwest traffic up 5 54. I report this time is sponsored by invisible fence dot com, invisible fence brand has protected more than 3 million pets from their training results in a 99% success rate, and they even offer a one year money back guarantee. Learn more at invisible fence dot com. Rain showers likely this afternoon that's in your forecast sponsored by northwest crawlspace services are high of 41°, rain and possible snow in some areas tonight, low of 33. Pretty good chance for some widespread morning snow tomorrow followed by afternoon rain high of 40 and Wednesday cloudy but dry
"ten minute" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Required. 6 44 now on this kind of snowy morning in spots, northwest traffic every ten minutes and back to the high performance homes traffic center. Here's Kiera Jordan. Yeah, some of the areas where the snow is really sticking on the roadways right now is around Lake Stevens and snohomish. If you're traveling between Monroe and maltby I've been seeing the white stuff on the roadway there and then sort of round Duval and a novelty really sticking up for a lot of people through that stretch and as we're also traveling at a stanwood and into smoky point we've been seeing some of it's taken to the road there as well. So just really make sure that you're watching your speeds and you're following distances and we're working with a crush and rent in northbound one 6 9. This is about a mile south of four O 5 and I'm seeing almost a mile and a half back up into that area. We are struggling on south on I 5 out of north Marysville into north Everett, south by slows down again from a 128th most of the way through shoreline, north and I 5 seeing delays from three 20th into tuck willa and again along much a Bowie field to the convention center. We have a crash on the shoulder in auburn, north and one 6 7 15th street northwest, you're sitting in heavy traffic from about Ellington will continue on with some lighter slowing out of the auburn area through Kent and thickening back up again 180 at the four O 5 and northbound four or 5 brake lights from the valley freeway all the way into downtown Bellevue, south down four or 5 is now slow out of alderwood through both. Our next northwest traffic app 6 54 Kira mentioned the snow is really sticking in the Lake Stevens area we just learned schools there are running two hours late this morning. A report this time is sponsored
"ten minute" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"News time 6 24 and we check your drive every ten minutes on the fours in the high performance homes traffic center, how's it shaven app, Kimmy Klein? It starting to clear adage is taking a bit of time today for this holiday weekend, but our earlier stall in the Sumner area is found for ten on the Eli hill, that's been cleared out of the lanes, do watch for a crash reported on the valley freeways south on one 6 7 year jovita still time. And our travel time from belvita south centers actually down for about 25 minutes. Seattle and federal away also down to 35 minutes, so again, we're seeing it there. South on 5 headed into Seattle is going to slow from 85th towards Mercer, north 5 is still hanging on to those crowds around the shoreline area and an effort around highway two. We deliver the crash reported on the Boeing freeway and Everett eastbound 5 two 6 approaching seaway boulevard and ferry riders are looking at one hour waits at the muckle to you and Edmund's docks. This support sponsored by Amtrak visit new and exciting places around the U.S. on Amtrak, it isn't just about the destination, it's about the journey, with no middle seats, extra leg room and even first class private rooms, book now at Amtrak dot com. Your next northwest traffic is 6 34. The weather picture sponsored by northwest crawl space services cloudy chance of a little light rain overnight tomorrow and into Sunday with some sun breaks too, highs in the upper 40s, wet and windy on president's day, downtown Seattle now, 43 in our northwest news times, 6 26. A heavy metal has jumped ahead of country for the final spot of the fans ballot in voting for the 2023 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Iron Maiden leapfrogging over Willie Nelson
"ten minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And at 7 28 a.m. here in Hong Kong, I'm Ivan Mann. And I'm Brian Curtis. It looks like a downward push inequities in the Asia Pacific today, although in Sydney, the SX 200 has come back to essentially flat here after opening lower. EK futures suggest an open a couple hundred points down. And both Hank sang index futures in China futures down a little bit, but nothing too dramatic. We'll get you a close up look at markets in the next 5 or ten minutes, but for now some of the top stories of the hour. Well, fed officials are hammering home an unapologetically hawkish message. We heard Friday from New York fed president John Williams, San Francisco fed chief Mary Daly, and Cleveland's Loretta mester. San Francisco's daily said of the fed has a long way to go to defeat inflation and that the labor market is out of balance. New York's John Williams told us a tight labor market and other factors are likely to keep price pressures elevated. He says this will warrant high interest rates for some time. We have clear signs that demand exceeds supply and our economy and our labor market. So to me, the question of how high we have to get to is really get it to pan on what we see in inflation and this supply demand imbalance. We're going to have to do what's necessary against sufficiently restrictive to bring inflation down to 2%. And it could be higher than what we've written down. The fed released forecast last week showing rates ending next year at 5.1%. Cleveland's lord and mester told us that the fed's benchmark interest rate would have to be higher than that until inflation heads lower. The fed next meets on February 1st. Yvonne a little more now on a story that I mentioned at the top when we looked at data, the world's biggest money managers set to unload up to a $100 billion worth of stocks in the final week of the year. Let's get that story from Bloomberg Susanna Palmer. Sell off such as that would add to a rebalancing that has snowballed since Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell made it clear that policymakers will keep up the aggressive interest rate tightening at the risk of job cuts and a recession, where might the money from these sales go? JPMorgan Chase and stone X financial say bonds are the likely beneficiaries as sovereign wealth, pension, and balanced mutual funds look to replenish their fixed income holdings. Susanna Palmer Bloomberg daybreak Asia. All right, take a look at some other stories as well. Sam bankman free plans to drop his fight against extradition to the U.S. and we hear he will disclose this in a court appearance next week. The disgrace cofounder of crypto exchange FTX has been locked up in The Bahamas since he was arrested last Monday. U.S. prosecutors have accused him of a range of crimes, including wire fraud, bankman fried has denied knowingly committing fraud or breaking the law if convicted of all the charges against him, he could face decades behind bars. All right, 31 minutes past the hour it's time for global news Some huge differences in data reporting of deaths in China at Baxter has global news from the 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco head. Yeah, Brian, you're right
"ten minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Tightening by the Federal Reserve. Futures for benchmarks in Tokyo, Sydney and Hong Kong are moving to the downside to in Sydney get their trading day underway and little over ten minutes from now we've also got Chinese companies like to see their stocks hit a bit of a downdraft, their ADRs in New York posting their worst drop since the middle of July. Bonds under pressure again companies coming in and issuing corporate debt that flood of supplies and treasury yields to the upside yields on the ten year rising water to just shy of the 3.35% handle Meanwhile, the FX markets, the dollar Bloomberg dollar spot index rising to another record and really at the moment it is a yen, which is chalking up some of its biggest losses. In fact, it had its biggest one day plunge in a month we got surging treasury was not helping here, particularly as it increased the spread between our Japanese and U.S. debt. We got to the currency at one stage down to $1 43 O 7. And in fact, it has gone below that now. It's not training on ¥143 and 11 cent right now. On the data side of things we do get growth figures from Australia. We've got a slew of trade numbers coming out of China and it is Canada said to become the G ten country that has hiked interest rates by the most this year. Economists largely expecting another 75 basis points to added to the benchmark taking it up to 3.25% from 2.5% and we are just looking at markets there every 15 minutes or so. Straight now to doctor Krista, checking in with some of those stories making global headlines. Hey rare Shah, the UN's atomic watchdog is now calling for the immediate creation of a security zone around that Russian controlled nuclear plant in Ukraine. The international atomic energy saying
"ten minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dog eating champion Joey chestnut will try to defend his title, the 14 time winner of Nathan's hot dog eating contest will try to break his own world record from last year in which he wolfed down 76 hot dogs in ten minutes. I'm Scott Carr. And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom, as we've been reporting the 4th of July holiday weekend is jamming up U.S. airports with the biggest crowd since the pandemic began in 2020. About 2.49 million passengers went through security checkpoints at U.S. airports on Friday. Surpassing the previous pandemic era record of 2.46 million reached earlier in the week. That, according to figures released yesterday by the transportation security administration. The escalating numbers show leisure travelers aren't being deterred from flying by rising fares the ongoing spread of the COVID-19 virus or worries about recurring flight delays and cancellations. Investors will be watching for the June employment report in the week ahead. We get more about that from Bloomberg's Kieran Moscow. The monthly payrolls are poor and is expected to show a gain of 250,000 jobs for June while the unemployment rate is seen holding at 3.6% that report is out Friday. The week begins on a holiday. And U.S. markets are closed Monday and observance of Independence Day. Tuesday, we get a report on factory orders and durable goods orders. Minutes of the Federal Reserve's Jew meeting at which policymakers hiked the benchmark interest rate by 75 basis points are released on Wednesday. Bloomberg's Kieran Moscow reporting. Chip stocks moved lower on Friday after a grim profit warning from Micron Technology. The story on that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Mike Ron sparked fresh worries about corporate America's earnings power with the U.S. potentially heading into a recession. Micron is the largest maker of memory semiconductors in the U.S. and it flagged the demand was cooling for chips used in computers and smartphones. Bloomberg's truly pellet Micron Technology fell 3% on Friday. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Suzanne Palmer. This is Bloomberg. Broadcasting live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York
"ten minute" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money
"If you spend your entire day in a negative mind and just to add onto that you buy like you have to challenge those negative thoughts because like it doesn't matter what you write down in this book if you're anything like me. They're still going to be that little devil on your shoulder that's like you can't you can't you. Can't you're still this person to. It's not only just writing down but it's actually fighting back. His negative thoughts come creeping in every single day. You gotta fight that you have to challenge them. I can't do it a shut the fuck up. Yes i can. Yep so our challenge for the month is actually something that we're doing every single day zone. I'm going to tell you about my practice every the morning. So one of the practices. That i'm currently embodying is an affirmation practice now. An affirmation practice this practice works. I spend a cent. I literally set a ten minute timer every day and the morning to start my day and for the ten minute timer. I will listen to some of my favorite music. We listen to like some tracks like get means inspired and for ten minutes straight. I will write affirmations down. And i'm going to read you a list of operations but that is the practice is i set a ten minute timer. And then for ten straight. I journal automated. It's not with your keyboard. I think that there's a certain power with using your pen and paper but a journal ten minutes of affirmation. So that's my practice and i do almost the exact same thing. I do like to do like a journal entry. That basically just gets everything that's going on in here on paper first thing in the morning..