35 Burst results for "Tricking"
Thousands of Haitian Immigrants Arrive at Del Rio Bridge
"This little town of Del Rio. China even heard it before. There's 11,000. Illegal alien Haitians under the International Bridge. It's called With 10,000 more behind them. And they have a vaccination rate in Haixi in Haiti, as you can imagine of 1%. The Republicans must run against their opponents. By running against Joe Biden. Let them run against Donald Trump. Let us run against Joe Biden. Let's see who the winner is. But Joe Biden is destroying America. You know where he is Tonight? Ladies and gentlemen, he's in Wilmington, Delaware. Probably getting some kind of an infusion. I don't know what he's in Wilmington, Delaware. In his basement. With his tank top in his boxer shorts, Probably Eating tricks. With 2% milk. I can hear him now. Hey, remember, be able to remember their Where's Mommy anyway? That's the president. We have.
A highlight from Ep. 97: Origin Materials Co-CEOs John Bissell and Rich Riley, Laureate Education, Aerie Pharmaceuticals, GreenSky, Goldman Sachs.
"Like Athletic jersey from nike or adidas or something is often a typically polyester jersey in. That's after these axiom materials. So the polyester is the same as the serve and when you use our technology to make that he t it's exactly the same stuff sandy but it has a way lower separate is functionally meant to be as functionally the same. It is it is exactly the same in fact if you gave it to a lab to go analyze it you'd have to. You'd have to get beyond the electrons into the nucleus to understand that it came from a different source. It is exactly the same house apostle yes. That's the magic of sort of chemistry Is that as long as you arrange the atoms in the right configuration than you get the same thing on the other side and so without getting into all of the nitty gritty on it essentially the chemical transformations that we do and able to make the same stuff that you make from trillion but we make charting with that with would feedstocks instead and the trick with that kind of thing. Is you know we joke. Sometimes in the industry the you can make anything out of anything. The question is can you make economically and so in our case It's not surprising to most people in the industry that you might be able to make the would that surprising things you can do it so economically and that sort of our trek will. I would seem
To Compare September 11 to January 6 Is Beyond Absurd
"To compare january six to nine eleven is beyond absurd it is it is reprehensible and his byron york points out in his scathing column about george w bush's speech to compare january six to nine. Eleven is a rhetorical trick. If you will that is it's beyond ridiculous. It's it's it's it's awful. There is no comparison. I'll never understand what got him. The heads of those few hundred people on january sixth. I don't know anybody who defends them. In fact the best anybody does in trying to defend them is doing with. John just tried to do and suggest will they didn't even exist. It was a bunch of antique people. It was not. It was not that. I saw the guy to there. Were maybe there were a few people from antiphon. Plm mixed in there. Those were those were a lot of trump supporters. Again ashley. bad if the only person killed that day was a diehard trump supporter trying to climb through a broken window that was barricaded and a guy shot and killed her and best. I can tell was not really held a cal on tv and bragged about it. Tell told us how brave you was was. The guy's name you went on with lester holt right michael bird. I've never heard law enforcement. Ever tell me how brave they are if you tell people how brave you are. You're not very brave. This is the same guy. Incidentally who left his loaded revolver in the men's room and bragged about the fact that he wouldn't be held accountable because he was a high ranking capital police officer. So that's michael bird.
Two Top FDA Officials Resigned Over the Biden's Booster Shot Plan
"Now we've been talking Are hearing talk about booster shots. Get the booster shot, get the booster shot and then suddenly, two of the most senior people at the FDA resigned. And why did they resign because they felt they were being pressured by the Biden administration. To push booster shots before they felt The data was in before the science was ready to support it. It got very minimal media attention, and it died within 24 to 36 hours. Now The Associated Press this afternoon. With this headline. FDA experts among groups opposing US booster shot plan The average person doesn't need a covid 19 booster yet an international group of scientists Including two top U. S, regulators wrote Monday in a scientific journal. The experts reviewed studies of the vaccines performance and concluded the shots are working well despite the trick, contagious Delta variant, especially against severe disease. Even in populations with fairly high vaccination rates. The unvaccinated are still the major drivers of transmission at the stage of the pandemic, they concluded. So right now they're arguing. No, You don't need boosters yet. Uh, so the federal government is saying two things at the same time. You have these FDA experts among groups opposing US booster shot plans. You have the Biden ministrations trying to push the date for booster shots up early. You have Fauci on TV, and we'll take both positions. At the same time. You now finally had people on our favorite cable network and elsewhere. Talking about? What do we mean by unvaccinated? What about natural immunity people who actually have anti bodies? Why would they be vaccinated again?
The Grim Sleeper Serial Killer
"From at least as early as nineteen eighty five to at least as recently as two thousand seven a serial killer lonnie david franklin junior eventually dubbed the grim sleeper roam the streets of south central los angeles where he was born and raised targeting young and particularly vulnerable. Women this killer kidnapped raped beat typically shot his victims with a small twenty five caliber semiautomatic pistol often carried in his shirt pocket. He obsessively took photos of his victims. Both dead and alive both clothed and nude often sexually explicit positions saving them as trophies and keeping them carefully tucked away in the garage behind his home where he worked his youngest victim just fifteen years old not apprehended until two thousand ten. The grim sleeper roam the streets of south central for a quarter of a century incredible. He got away considering how careless he was this murders rather than carefully hiding the remains of victims in some heavily wooded body disposal site. He typically just toss him out of his old pinto an into some urban alley. The bodies are often discovered the next morning after he killed him and he almost always shot his victims. Water were still sitting inside his car. He left so much evidence he took photos of the victim shared them with any of his friends who wanted to see him not the best way to not get caught but no one tipped police off to him and he wasn't caught for so so long. Why how nhi no human involved and h. I was a term thrown around by some lapd officers originally investigating the murders in the mid eighties when the killings began and it was used because the victims were often sex workers or all assumed to be turning tricks on side at least an all or at least nearly all of them addicted to crack cocaine and there were black. The term crackhead was thrown around a lot and hooker. It was like the victims weren't seen as humans reviewed less than human. They were black. Crackhead hookers so who cares. Nhi no human involved so no real investigative priority given but this is not going to be some lapd blame game some apathy from the lapd only partially explains why lonnie was able to keep killing for so long.
Vinicius Leads Real Madrid in 5-2 Win Over Celta
"Row madrid with a smashing performance in the second half a five two victory against the at home first time at the in over eighteen months story of the game cutting bent. He had a hat-trick. Come getting a goal. Six minutes after coming on his debut mini junior goal as well as on the dribs score. Four in the second half to overtake said value. Pablo start with you. What was the difference for elementary in that second half fiend. The quantified third may be saying abou- beneath issues. You know years ago you was a player. Verbally was no an end product. And now you can see can running behind you got. Pay the tripler but composure is ever thing in football. On what dis what makes us different final third. And i think you know. Ben sim always ways. He's the main man for that team. My you know that they will escort goals and it was a good performance. You know defensively. They still quite right. Yeah hopefully they can bring a. I love our mandy batson. I think they will prove those players in in their defense but overdue. I think the quantity across to made different for them.
Amanda Grace's Prophetic Word Calls on America to Defend Israel
"Or you said that strategic hits will come out israel. Did you say that. I think are not. We did say that. That schettino kits. Oh the lord also said yesterday teach kids would come and he said to terrorist groups of men in secret are looking to make superpower force of terror that's interesting because terrorist groups normally. Don't meet together and deal together. It seems like the taliban and isis. They're supposed to be enemies but obviously they are. Now we will look. We don't know what's happening. Be honest but this is that god said okay. So those strategic kit. Israel's going to be compelled to do this so they're gonna be compelled out to do these strategic hits now may may another nation joint israel it may you may see another nation rise in the middle of this to help them you know mordechai said to esther when he brought to her what he min- done with the king and trick the king in the edicts went out he said. If you stay silent right now you will be destroyed with us but help will arise from another place. So we saying best to remain silent There's a good chance that something is going to happen to her in this. She's dot going to remain queen but help would arise from another. That's kind of what's happening right now. If the united states stay silent the leadership of the united states while the people are crying out to help israel help will arrive. God will raise up health from another area. Now that's hard to imagine. Because i can't think of another nation beyond the united states now a israel it would be interesting to watch. It could be. It could be a part of the united states part of the military within the us. That doesn't agree with the leadership. There could be a lot going on here however we know the leadership right now of this country is not doing what they are supposed to
Razer Mouse Security Flaw Can Give Admin Access to Non-Admin PC Users
"There was a rather disturbing story about how this security researcher was able to take over. Someone's computer t- basically live plug in the right kind of mouse now. This case that happens to be a razor mouse And there was actually a steel series mouse. That turns out had the same problem. But the problem's not with these mice the problems with microsoft windows so. This is an article from. Tom's guide and realize that there was actually a previous article to this. But talk about both of them so chronologically. It's gonna feel weird but just hang with me in the article. Explain both of these cases as we go a day. After the world learned that razor gaming mice could be used to take over windows. Pc's there's news at the same trick. Works with steel series gaming keyboards. Mice headsets and even mouse pads as with the razor mice. It's actually the windows. Desktop application that causes the trouble. That's because it gets system wide privileges during installation without first asking for a system administrators permission. This flaw was discovered by security researcher. Lawrence amer who was inspired by the razor issue. A militias human using or mauer. That's already running on a windows ten. Pc and presumably this applies to windows. Eleven to as a low level user during the installation process can leverage this flock to gain full system control and cybersecurity terms. This is called privilege escalation or escalation elevation of privileges it's when processes or users gained powers. They shouldn't have however. This law isn't the fault of steel series or a razor. Those companies are just trying to get their software and stone quickly. This is instead of microsoft issue because windows isn't distinguishing between hardware drivers which normally don't need admin permissions to install and peripheral related desktop software which should need edmund permission microsoft needs to fix this privilege escalation situation before more problems like this pop up as they almost certainly will. So what can you do about this to avoid having your p. honed by gaming peripherals. Make sure you lock the screen of your workplace. Pc when you step away from your desk home. Bc's are under less threat from this kind of attack due to there being fewer potential users around. But you might want to shut off your pc when you've got a lot of company over to really make sure that this can't happen to your machine log. In as an administrator good system than settings and then about and click on the advanced system settings link this will spawn a box labeled system properties. Select the hardware tab and then click the button device installation settings in the pop up window that follows title. Do you want to automatically downloaded absent and custom icons available for devices. Select the radio button labeled no in apparently next to know in parentheses says your device might not work as expected as you might imagine taking this more severe route might make installing new hardware not just gaming mice and keyboards but also printers headphones. Even usb security keys a bit more arduous although not impossible
Weather (and Motion Sickness)
"We've had a few questions come in lately about motion sickness and i don't think there's a whole show around motion sickness so we're gonna take a few minutes early on here to tackle and give you some tips and tricks on motion sickness as a kid man. I couldn't run the back seat of a car. More than twenty miles without getting sick. And i mean really sick there were. I can remember times as a kid where i would drive to the airport and i would get more sick once. I got on the plane for some reason in my life. It doesn't bother me anymore. The ebony have you had any issues with motion sickness. I had a motion sickness issue on an airplane. One time i was A very young pilot. I was building time. I i worked for a company that has alignment that that did pipeline patrol. I was out flying pipeline patrol with a guy one time and He was actually the pilot. But i was. I was with them and Yeah i got. I got sick. We we stopped and ate lunch and Shortly after lunch My lunch decided it. Didn't want to be in my stomach anymore. And luckily we had an a a water cooler And so i i r- ruined that for the the other guy went out the next day and bought him the new water cooler But i i was dealing with some Inner ear stuff. At the time. I shouldn't have been flying. But i was because it was about ten hours apply time. I was going to get that and so i went out and and i flew fluid so i had some You know sign assi cold Type stuff going on. And and i think that's what really caused it but it's it's just a horrible feeling. I mean to be stuck in an airport. Especially if you don't have a six or someplace to to discharge what's gonna come out of your body. It's a it's a bad situation but i have I have had oh probably four or five check rides and i've given well over five hundred so You know maybe one percent of my check rides. I've had the applicants get sick you carry. Oh yeah absolutely absolutely. Never leave home without them.
Texas Abortion Law Explained: Everything You Need to Know
"We're going to bring you an off week special episode to discuss the order. That was just handed down right before midnight on wednesday night up holding a really novel. Texas abortion law this law. We've actually talked about it on the show before is known as sba effectively bans all abortions. After the six week of pregnancy many many women do not know that they are pregnant at six weeks of pregnancy. There is no exception. For rape and incest governor greg abbott signed. Sp eight into law in may and of course the trick behind the law is that unlike similar deliberately unconstitutional abortion bans. heartbeat ends. What have you. Sba doesn't allow any state actors to enforce it there in fact prohibited from enforcing it instead literally everyone else. Any american anywhere is empowered is in fact conscripted to bring civil lawsuits against either an abortion provider. Or anyone who quote aids and abets those terms. Go undefined on abortion. That could include your counselor. Who talks to you about your options or the uber driver who drops you off at the clinic. Look the law is unconstitutional. Texas is well aware that the supreme court precedent sets the bar for abortion bans at viability. That somewhere between twenty two and twenty four weeks but this law was deliberately crafted so that there is no state actor and thus nobody for an abortion provider to take to court to try to get injunction one other thing if an abortion provider is sued in state court under sb eight. And they lose well. The winning party not only gets bounty of ten thousand dollars possibly more. They also collect. Attorney's
Texas Legislature Expanding Voting Laws to Protect Election Integrity, Prevent Fraud
"Want to get too many other topics here But let's get into election integrity. You see the side. They're not just upset about the texas pro-life law from they're also upset about the law that they say it's the hardest state in the country to vote in and tell us what's really going on in the fight for election integrity in the great attacks so we almost ended up in the same situation is georgia and arizona and some of these other states where we would be counting votes What we did differently in texas as we defended twelve lawsuits that were aimed in pretty liberal counties. Travis which is austin houston which is a bare kennywood san antonio and in those counties. We were sued over our laws related to mail in ballots and signature verification. We were fortunate. We had twelve of those. It was a major onslaught. We won every single one of those lawsuits so instead of counting votes on election day we had already protected our elections. Now what we're doing is we're actually expanding voting hours. And we're limiting some of the little tricks that were that were attempted in harris county and some other places to go beyond the legislature authorized as far as it relates voting. And so we've tried to tighten up male unbalanced by requiring photo. Id which i think is very significant because my office prosecutes Voter fraud. it's the only thing we prosecute. We have more voter fraud cases going now than we ever have. We have were five hundred cases in court another almost four hundred cases that were investigating and more than a majority of those relate to mail in ballot fraud so with legislature was trying to do was expand hours. Give more opportunity to vote. We already have two weeks early voting in texas so it's pretty significant but at the same time we realized we still have some voter fraud issues especially as it relates to mail in ballots. So i want to zero in on the said. There's five hundred cases that you've brought to to indictment. Is that right around for the we have. We have five hundred over five counts. That were prosecuting right now. We we have not brought him into indictment because covert actually shut the course down in texas for quite a while. We're and we're now we're wait. We're waiting line behind violent offenders to get those cases in but we have more cases going right now related to voter fraud than i think we've had in the entire history of texas if you add up the number that we're investigating plus the number that we're prosecuting. I think it's a larger number. All the cases ever prosecuted in
How Ben Greenfield Exercises & His Workout Philosophy
"Have a background in bio mechanics and exercise physiology right. That's that's what. I did my master's degree in university of idaho. And so i like to. I like to chunk the programs that create. and and so. If you're listening in this is what you need to step back and ask yourself about your fitness program. I like to include certain components that that specifically focus on core buckets of fitness. So the first would be strength. Like every fitness program needs a lifting heavy shit type of component. Now that can include lighter weights to failure that can include blood flow restriction training right which we actually included in the latter's program has an option to simulate or to trick the muscle into thinking that it's under heavy load that can include super slow strength training with a slightly lighter load like ten to thirty second up ten to thirty second down which is fantastic for for for bringing a muscle to failure at a low risk of injury with a minimum effective dose of exercise like a super slow full body. Strength training workouts. Like fifteen to twenty minute workout and it can also include traditional strength right. Squats dead lifts overhead presses preferably for all of those. I like to use unless someone's going through rehab physical therapy or they're really kind of aesthetically going after certain body parts you know it's like bicep curls or calf raises or whatever. I like everything to be multi joint as much as possible on my programs. You don't have leg day you don't have stomach day. You know triceps and biceps day. That works for a bodybuilder. Who's got like two to four hours a day to spend in the gym and completely crush each of those individual body parts and i used to be a bodybuilder. I used to experiment with that stuff. And and i've realized that if you want the minimum effective dose of exercise every workout is full body right. When was the last time that you used your body and it was just lower body or just upper body or you're trying to play a game of tennis and it was just triceps right. So there's a functional component and also a time saving component. When you're not doing body parts sweats newsroom. Full body instead.
US Withdrawal From Afghanistan Complete
"Us military though completed its withdrawal from afghanistan ending a twenty year war. major general. Christopher donahue is the last soldier to board the final plane that left kabul yesterday and jeffers joins us now with more morning aiming good morning. Joe yup america's longest war ended yesterday at three twenty nine pm eastern time and unfortunately joe. Us officials acknowledged that there were americans who were not able to get out who were left behind in afghanistan. Anthony blinken secretary of state yesterday said that there were under two hundred americans who still wanted to leave who remain in now the. Us now has suspended. Its diplomatic presence in kabul. It's transferred operations to doha cutter. So for now. The diplomatic operation will be from a distance in terms of dealing with afghanistan. The us is going to work to reopen the kabul airport for civilian traffic as soon as possible and the commitment he said to get. Our afghan allies out has no deadline. So that mission is going to be ongoing. How they're going to get out. Though is the trick blink and explained yesterday what's going to happen next. Here's what he said. We're also working to identify ways to support. Americans legal permanent residents and afghans will work with us in who may choose to depart the overland routes we have no allusion. Any of this will be easy or rapid this will be an entirely different phase from the evacuation. The just concluded now. General kenneth mackenzie. He's the head of centcom said yesterday in a briefing with reporters at the pentagon that there was a logic to why the united states decided to leave even as there are. Some americans still left behind. Here's what he said. There's a lot of heartbreak associated with this departure. We did not get everybody out that we wanted to get out. But i think if which stayed another ten days louis. We wouldn't have gotten everybody out that we wanted to get out and they're still would have been people who would have been disappointed with so the calculation was for force protection that is the us soldiers and afghan soldiers who regarding that airport ultimately the risk of taking on more casualties overwhelmed. The potential benefit of getting any more americans out as general. Mackenzie said
Ronaldo Makes Sensational Return to Man United
"We were talking about. Cristiano ronaldo potentially leaving man. You've to go to manchester city twenty four hours later. It's confirmed here's returning to manchester united. Yon how surprise you with this news. We'll i'm surprised how quick it is gone. You have fee sore. You have the speculation forever. On but i guess yesterday one dimensions united people realize maybe just one horrigan mendes tricked to try to sell them to match. The city's united's you wake up but you will. You will have sir. alex ferguson. Calling is is. He would like to have him back in manchester united one of the most exciting players in the world coming to them. So it's unbelievable. The manchester united got fantastic transplant. Window with veron. Show and cristiano. Ronaldo before craig says it yes it could all soldier under pressure. He needs to win something now. Think what actually wasn't going to say based stay away from it and he's put me i i can imagine there's a bit like i think berbatov and go and mindset the hijacked by statistics. I don't know if this happened but you can get. The feeling is former manager for them. You're not going to set and so it's no real surprise particularly when you watch watchman united last week with moscow up front clearly. The need goals yesterday they have cavani fallout possibly but still has age. He's producing enough failty. Our goals last year again for event is over all the domestic and european competitions. And so yeah. I mean a short term fix for sure but potentially
The Democrats Are in Political Turmoil Right Now
"Do you think that the democrats are in trouble. It sure seems that way. Thanks so much ryan from louisiana. Wanna play a certain tape here that demonstrates this from msnbc cut one hundred sixteen. I think the democrats are in political turmoil right now. The january six narrative has completely fallen apart. Inflation is now kicking in job. Numbers are not what they should be. Kabul is an absolute mess mean. they can't get flights. Kabul americans are stranded. They are in a. They're in a very different difficult political position and there really is no way they could turn this around. I i mean. I shouldn't say it that way. But the plenty of tricks up their sleeve but the trends are going negative and they're supposed to hit their high water mark now and then. This is before all the attack ads. This is before you know trying to get rid of one party rule in washington. Dc listen to what msnbc has to say. Cut one hundred and sixteen. Oh it's just an exaggeration law and order racist bigoted. whatever. Eric adams ron's on protecting straits and police reform. He wins the bronx. He wins queens. He wins will staten island off anyone's brooklyn. He wins everything except for the sort of wealthier. Parts of manhattan and democrats have to understand. This is coming. And i don't know where mission control is on the democratic side. But somebody donnie needs to get that. And they need to start responding mission control for the democrats. That's a good question who actually is in charge. In some ways the zeitgeist spirit of the times is in charge. Sometimes it's the corporate donors sometimes. It's the actual shock troops alexandria cossio cortez and her group of rioters. That are kind of pushing forward. The democrat party. Who's in charge. No one with wisdom. That's for sure
Wanted: Disgruntled Employees to Deploy Ransomware – Krebs on Security
"Ransomeware. Gangs usually try to compromise. Victims computers by secrecy tricking employees into downloading. What they think is legitimate file but one attacker is blatantly appealing to employees greed. He sending emails to employees asking them to infect their companies system with ransomware in return they get a piece of the ransom according to security company abnormal security which is seen emails like this received by its customers. The crook says the employees would get one million dollars in bitcoin. That's assuming the employer pays a two point five million dollar ransom and how does this attacker. Fine potential victims by searching through link them in fact this attacker started out by sending poisoned email attachments to senior executives but when all of his attempts failed turn to finding greeting employees two i good for executives for spotting the initial phony messages and second employees. Need to be warned that they might get a pitch inviting them to be criminal. Cisco systems is investigating what it calls it medium severity vulnerability that could impact some of his routers and edge platforms. The problem is in the server. Name identification requests filtering in cisco's web security appliance and firepower threat. Defense devices it also affects all open source project releases of the snort intrusion detection engine prior to release two point nine point eighteen now. The current version of snort is three an attacker could exploit the vulnerability to compromise a host machine. At the moment there are no work arounds for the cisco products and earlier version of snort. Those with affected secure cisco devices should watch the company's security website for mitigation or patches
Rattlesnake Rattles Use Auditory Illusion to Trick Human Brains
"That rattlesnakes? Yes. What about them? We see a lot of them this time of year. They had figured out that the rattle of a rattlesnake is a whole another language on its own. Okay? Yeah. This is out of National Geographic this morning and that rattlesnakes have evolved to try to trick humans into thinking they're closer than they are. So we think they're closer than they are because they change the frequency of their rattles. You know? I'm not so I'm not sure that I really care how close they are. If I hear that rattle, I'm I'm out. Yeah, I know. I appreciate you don't have to trick me. I appreciate this trying to warn me, but I mean things like they're finding out things that ground squirrels can use a rattlesnakes rattling frequency to tell how dangerous the snake is, and they know that snakes that have just given birth. Are more aggressive with their rattles. Oh, I would imagine. So it's very interesting
Carli Lloyd Will Retire From U.S. Women’s Soccer Team
"Carli lloyd no other way to say it. One of the greatest soccer players in american history announced her retirement yesterday. Now she is going to finish out the nwf sell season. And i believe she has four more friendlies scheduled in the fall for the us women but then that will be that just going through a bit of her resume. I mean it reads like a hall of fame plaque as you would expect hundred hundred twenty eight career international goals most women's national team history for the us She holds the team record for most olympic goals with ten third in team history for women's world cup goals also with ten Karl lloyd todd with me a ham for the most. Us women's national team hat tricks with eight of those metrics by the way occurred within sixteen minutes the first six minutes of the two thousand fifteen world cup final against japan It's as good of a sixteen minute stretches. I think any. Us soccer player has ever
"tricking" Discussed on Down To Folk
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"tricking" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
"In neak darn famous. For new in poltergeist. We older sister in portuguese crew was murdered by her boyfriend. She was killed In domestic violence ono in the done family. I will love him forever for doing this because it was the early eighties and her boyfriend murdered her in a jealous rage and got off because he was not in his right. Mind or whatever. Bullshit tiffany sanity. That kind of thing and he was a chef. I don't know what he's doing now. I mean this is still alive. I remembered his name stafford So he got a job at a restaurant and the done stood outside. The restaurant like not in a restaurant property like the straps decide. You know going into the driveway thing that ended up little leaflets. That said we just want you to know that if you eat here the hand prepared your meal. Today killed our daughter coal. Yeah oh denied it. Because they were Excuse me public property. They could do anything about it and people would turn around and walk out into the restaurant. Had they had to say. Do you can't work. we're not gonna. We're not going to stay open if you keep working here. And they did that a few times. I think interesting. Is that not the classiest example of visual anti justice. You've ever heard in your life right is it's very non violent at least so that's good. Yeah it's just very nonviolent. It's very polite very classy thing. They were definitely very well to do in the right circles kind of family. But yeah the the hands the prepare your meal today murdered. Our daughter evade said that written on a piece of paper and people just launch. So yeah. they're yeah. They're very victims rights type of family. He's great well. That's a great great actor there all right so like zan says. I'm sure we're going to get more anecdotes next time. So everybody please like. I said keep jesse jackson your thoughts reach out to I'm appreciate it. And i just did there. You go see how easy it is just like that and so then come back next time. It goes toward episode. Ninety eight getting rid of robert the second episode of hotel room right here ghost with the twin peaks. Podcast good-bye everybody..
"tricking" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
"tricking" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
"Famously the original pretty krueger right so so it made perfect sense to guy from nightmare. Elm street to be in nightmare cafe as the narrator wasn't he wasn't even narrator the narrator and he was black dos of the nightmare cafe. Okay that's right. And i'm trying to look it up because i can't remember the two characters names but they were more like like i said it was. It was kind of it was kind of like the more like the reboot of fantasy island. Where you get the feeling that this purgatory for the people who work for him right. Yes and. that's what nightmare cafe. Was these people who Franken day that's their that's right. This is right. Yeah yeah they they both die six episodes those six right. Yeah they both die in wash calamitous ways but they sort of come back to life because blackie has brought them back to life to work at the nightmare cafe and the nightmare cafe essentially gives people in similar situations. Kind of second chance. The second chance. That franken did not get right. So that's that's what. Blackie is there for so blackie's like kind of the double kind of kind of like a mr rourke but we don't have any indicate what i mean and i don't know if david lynch is gonna go that way with hotel room when it came to the made and the bell hop but i think it was more. I think it was more of a way to make the hotel its own character. Okay was to have these sort of timeless people in the hotel okay But yeah but but they are. They are constant so something weird with us hotels by the way. Did you notice that they did. You know that they're bringing fantasy island back. Speaking of which know. Who's going to do it this town yes it is and it's a woman as mrs mr right. She's going to be like mr works daughter. Who is it. somebody cool roselyn sanchez. okay. I thought it was really cool. But i don't know who roselyn sanchez s. She was in grand hotel. Devious maids okay. Okay so i don't know who that is but she she. Does that. Look like someone who could be ricardo montalban daughter. That's all she's definitely hispanic so okay. I have a picture here. I can show you. Obviously you out there in podcast land. Have the goals. Yeah so she's kind of if you could see that yeah. I could see that a little bit so she definitely just clammed up this photo but she's got some new knee in saying blood in her bit. That eugenics program for back. Yeah exactly you carry. Carry through but steady josh for more. This drinks in about where we talk about. Sarah to of the twilight zone comparisons probably come from. Just you know the the opening narration. Because lynch does a very rod serling ask opening narration. He says he's got it. Apparently this carries through you know. He says four valencian the space of for the hotel room existed undefined. I guess i should do it. Like lynch for millennia of. You're doing it like gordon call. I took me easy. David lynch oppression. So yeah the space for the hotel room exist. Set your socks on fire. It has the got him. Cranked up to the max hotel room that makes guy wishy spoke a little french so an admission kind captured. It gave it shape and pass through and sometimes when passing through. They found themselves brushing up against the secret. Names of truth. Whatever those are exactly it. You know what's interesting charles. And i hate to make this comparison. But don't you get like he was trying to go for a serling vibe. They're a little bit. I yeah i could see that. He's trying to go for assembling via there but the show itself though Oftentimes i mean there are. There are a lot of episodes of the twilight zone. The do take place in hotel room. Like nervous man in a four dollar room or the jeopardy room or their unusual camera Things like that were crazy. Stuff does happen in a hotel room in the twilight zone but most of the time with some sort of morality. Play right and or but. I don't think these were like that. I don't have that s- aspect to them because sometimes it's just weird staff sometimes. Just terrible people wanna talk about. We talk about tricks today Divide that you get watching Harry dean stanton character. And freddie jones character lou holtz i lead at least i got this vibe. 'cause i watched this episode twice now. I get the vibe that it's almost like you're you're kind of wondering does harry. Dean stanton suffer from dissociate of identities order. Yes i wondered that too. I mean this is just me. Because i kind of wonder like well did lou really exist. It was very he. loo started. Felt like the tyler dirt in this. There's that scene where gwen heavily is like. Call the cops these guys right thing. I am plural right. So you know she. She could have been paid right to pretend like there's a friend there or something and she was also stoned out of her mind as she was stoned out of her mind. Yes so baby because so maybe if for whatever reason mo- you know was behaving as two people. Maybe she imagined perhaps that he was to people. That's very possible. Yeah so. I definitely got the issue. Let's talk about was down was written by their gifford Crossword were hurt right and also wrote this show writes the third episode of hotel room blackout. Right yeah lost. Highway wasn't directed by peter. Deming also no. This was directed by david lynch. This one okay. Did the first third position okay. Yeah and it was. This is created by money. Montgomery cowboy our favorite cowboy david lynch so Which i would like.
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"Accuses the FBI of tricking him trials later in P. R. news in Michigan about ten thousand people in the Midland area have been forced to evacuate their homes because of flooding days of rain have swell in a river and over run two dams about sixty miles northwest of flint Michigan's governor says downtown Midland could be under nine feet of water before the end of the day flood warnings are posted the centers for disease control and prevention says births in the U. S. dropped last year to their lowest level in thirty five years I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington on the next fresh air a doctor working on treatments for covert nineteen he's best known for his research into the rare disorder he suffered from castle and he created a network of doctors patients and scientists to crowdsource the most promising research with with startling results his new memoir is called chasing my cure China fresh air coming up at one o'clock this afternoon and again seven PM this evening on KQED as for your forecast partly cloudy this morning becoming mostly sunny by this afternoon highs will be in the mid sixties to the upper seventies Sandel have west winds ten to twenty miles per hour by this afternoon in Sacramento partly cloudy this morning then clearing with a high reaching between seventy four and seventy nine degrees support for NPR comes from this station and from quicken loans rocket mortgage by quicken loans is committed to their clients team members and communities resources for people experiencing financial hardship.
"tricking" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"I'm Florida I don't even have anything left to say you're all right brother. Just go and do it go to DMC. A lot of these people are hitting you up this a really kind community. This might be the virtual community that helps you prop up but do me a favor. Chris Watch US over and over. And just if you remember anything. You're not tricking anyone not anyone. You want to be tricking. You know what I mean. You've got your whole script. You know the you're just you're just not you're not pulling it off. You know what I mean. Yeah I know what you mean because I'm here where I'm at and we're talking right now so clearly not and it's ringing true to me. So yeah that's the truth figure out it's the truth right and the common thing with guys and gals like you. They fool the least emotionally intelligent and so they think they're pulling it off but what they're losing with is the most emotionally intelligent and emotional. Intelligence is the Alpha of our society. And so you need to really understand that and by the way you do you you know you didn't. It didn't work in a work environment because eventually somebody's boss boss or your boss understands that so that's not going to work and it's not. GonNa work with Your Business because you're not going to pull customers see right through it and the customers you're GonNa get are going to be the least emotionally intelligent which are gonNA be sucky customers. And the whole thing's going to break or you listen to this over and over every day. Peress your life until you don't need me no more and you fuck in reverse version which is comfortable with losing your comfortable with not succeeding. You don't worry about the judgment anymore. Even grew up in an environment. Where the judgement over was overvalued new start chipping away at that in creating a new version of yourself and you can because really have no choice. You have no choice. 'cause you know. I'm right and you have no choice because a million people are GonNa Watch this and you're not gonNA BEHIND SOCIETY. One hundred percent true So yeah I I've got I've got to get to work and I'll I'll hammer on this. I believe you. That's why I'm sticking your so long. I weirdly believe you update me in a year brother I love you look back every thank you so much back. We have bret endure number one. That's back or would you like to go with this lovely couple Jason and endure number two. I'm going to. I'm going to wrap up when you get them on for tomorrow. Noga I've only got eight minutes and you know it's kind of like you ever see like a superhero movies like the On the sci fi stuff like the person gives all the energy but then they're like like this is like this is like the episode. Where like I just going to wrap up took. I appreciate what I'm sorry to cut it short but I left it all on the field on that one so I will be a wonderful day. Please let me know if you got value out of that last session. Please please hit me up on twitter. Got A few before my next thing. I could really use the comments. My twitter a lot of you. Don't hit me on twitter. Please send me up on twitter some. I'd really really like talking about that. I'd like to see how many people yeah thank you for watching C. Tomorrow as we end today's podcast. I want to give a huge shout out to the people. It's so funny. People that leave reviews and written reviews of this podcast on Apple spotify and all the other platforms just mean the world to me. You've taken extra thirteen to ninety five seconds to show love and also give context of why this is a worthwhile podcast so I appreciate that so much and even more fun because I think we all love a little cosigner shoutout or a little awareness. I'm going to have the team give a couple of shoutouts daily on Our favorite reviews so take it away which we're favorites this week. Thanks Gary Today's highlighted review is stay the course by Razor J. Gary is someone you listen to that. Inspires you to think. Big and motivates. You move on your actions. He often says he says the same thing. But it's his and persistence to the cause that keeps it fresh. Every time he has led me to create for myself and got me out of a dark spot. Thanks Gary for your help determination and for showing us that empathy is Ki Ki. Those reviews coming we could highlight yours next..
"tricking" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Lead with your shortcomings. Not Try to disguise them. This might take awhile but I'll be on. I'll be on. I love you know what that was my favorite thing. You hopefully goosebumps. I I love you for recognizing it's not gonNA be one talk with Gary B and tomorrow but listen to me. It's it's not as hard as you think once you make this. Why use this word? You're not tricking anyone. Press your people you people like when you're doing your peacocking and posturing you think it's working and what's happening behind your back is the conversations are not what you want them to be true. Now you know the reason for my hair the other. I'm proud of you like you get comfortable with this guy to be uncomfortable with you. Don't need to like the hit like get comfortable with it. It's you you understand. That's why this is powerful. You don't need to deflect you don't need to convert it into the hairs peacock it's you. You're fucking awesome. Yeah Yeah thank you. Yeah absolutely And like like I said it's GonNa take a while to work on it but it is gonNA take a while but the biggest thing I think I'd given you and I hope you can build on it with somebody else is. You're not tricking anyone and good news. This video is watched by million people over the next three years. So you're definitely not gonNA hide and that's the best thing that happened to you not the worst once you get once you once you and the four five seven people. I love that. I'm thinking about right now. My companies and friends circles and contemporaries realize how real this fucking talk was the whole. World's GonNa get better picking one world man. We need more real. So thanks for helping me. Be Real Hyper January. It's a good thing man. You know why there's nothing to be embarrassed up. So what so you don't go into any situation thinking you're going to crush it. Who gives a fuck? So you're not the leader or fuxing picture that you think you are who gives a fuck you can be if you get real with yourself and realize you're not there yet and realize you can't talk your way or actor way out of it you're going to be seen for your truth by the smartest emotional people who are really running. Shit anyway. So we're the fuck. Are we going round in circles really crack? That's why you're at where you're at and what's awesome is your fucking child fucking child. The best part of this whole conversation is literally everything that's happened up to this second doesn't mean shit like all that garbage like that. You're thinking about right now good news. There's no time machines. You can't go back anyway. Why don't we focus on the next seventy one years of your life where you fucking own this all the way through and go fuck in? Ham on your fucking actual itself not the authentic south that you're looking to present so people don't actually know the truth of what's going on. Let's let's go. Yeah and you know idea you all the time anyway. It's Kinda like a Cathartic thing So keep pace with you on this area like I'm GonNa work on this and develop chop chop this. Turn into audio and listen to it will help you man. Here's why I want the reminder to know every time you're doing something that nobody's getting fooled we're GONNA comfortable okay. I get it though I know you man I I sent you from like and you're and you're something that's really the reason we're so deep on this one and I'm going so deep appreciation sitting with me it because it is uncomfortable and I respect you can you. You cannot imagine how much I admire you with the strength to sit through this. Wow Okay thank you seriously. Who the fuck wants to be on the spot being poked that? There's like this I admire. You tremendously your feedback on a lot and this is. This is so incredible that like I just. I'm here from a position of learning so but I I really think he can pull this off what you need for me is the reminder that unless you go completely you it's not gonNa work and so it's going to have short term. You trick that person you trick this person but like somewhere along the line it's going to get exposed and depending on the emotional intelligence of the person. I said four seconds. You didn't say Shit because I'm on some Yoda Shit with my cue right but but I have no reading comprehension. I don't feel like I'm special. It just feeling was what I was handed and then somebody else might not be emotionally intelligent. You might be able to trick them for a year for two years but eventually it's going to happen and so what I'd rather you going. Yeah and it goes across your whole life like the most authentic person I am like my most authentic self is with my wife and that's like my most successful relationship. I loved that Bro. You've completely one the love of everybody. This is your. This is your handle right here. Yeah I am actually all twenty four hours old. I'm doing this all myself so I haven't really done any sort of like designer. Anything like nobody gives a fuck your designed Bro. Or nobody gives a fuck about the design. Stick with me. No more valuing their opinions. You know how I think about lows. I don't give a fuck poor. Robbie deeks we announced in her commerce. Yesterday he got super sad like a week ago when like the team showed him the first logo. And he's like you will prove this. I'm like yeah this dog shit. I'm like who gives a fuck locals are made names are made. Your logo is not the variable success. Your Food Man. Shoe is not variable of your success. You know don't let other people's opinions had any weight be who you are and execute late. Let let the results speak not the people's opinions upfront. I prefer when people think I can't pull it off. You know Chris Dominant Weird part of my life where my level of success and notoriety has now put me in a place where people think. I'll be successful and everything I launched and I hate it. Do you know much. But guess what that's the reverse of you like. I like underdog. I like people shitting on me. I thought I I would actually argue on the reverse postured out one of the things I don't like about T- with Gary is getting a lot of emails. Like hey you're much smarter than I thought. Hey you're more thoughtful than I thought and fuck the figuring me out because I like the on crazy. I'm kind of like robot dope of like not because I don't have tried in my intellect I have pride in my humility and giving back and that's where I wanna be. That's where I feel like I'm operating you. Can't you can't give until you're fucking in a good place and you're not in a good place your your your brother your fake giving as a leverage point to subsidize your insecurity and inferiority but you don't have to be. This is the moment we listen you fucking right about meeting me. This is the moment. I'm not letting you go. I'm not done I'm trying to fuck and Change Your Life Forever. One because one conversation can do this but now this means that. I'm going to have to do a cash. Yes see what I'm doing you is. I'm getting you the gift of suffocation. Yeah you know everybody else around. You has enabled you to still play into the creases. I'm trying to smoke you. The fuck out because smoking you the fuck out is actually how you start getting to happiness feel pretty smoked now my mouth drive and I can't even end said I've deployed spoke. You know like I get it. I brought my big smoke. You know why because I love you and I think this will really work. I I love you for what you do and I. This is incredible. Think you worry when of truly the gratitude right now is? I said brother Chris. Last parting shot recognize. This will be watched over a million times. So you're not GONNA be able to hide anyway. So who cares? It's over the shadow game the manipulation game. They're like trying to find angle so people don't know game it's over it's really it's the greatest giftable. It's actually really really nice. No no brother. It's the medicine that everybody that's wide like you actually meets but nobody wants to go there. It's comfortable it is. Of course it is and it's easier when you're a little more disconnected right. The reason I struggle with this candour with people I love is because I'm connected so I don't judge them on your wife your best friend. 'cause I'm not capable of either on that intimate of a level of feelings but a very capable of it. Maybe the best at it when it comes to this because people so I can read so fast and so even within the sixty minutes I can get it off. Yeah Yeah no. That makes a lot of sense. Well today's my content creation days so Every once you actually hear me out as can be your content creation day because once you go into confidence you're always creating because you're not worried about the results on the other side of the creation. Why am I able too much content because I don't give a fuck when a piece of content doesn't succeed? I don't think twice when something doesn't perform. I don't stop when somebody says I'm full of shit or I suck. I totally get a ton on creating onto so you. Just you just don't like you're just not your just insecure with the feedback. You're totally right now. One hundred I know you and I love you the you the most I know you and out of all the people that run in the different groups fifty five different kinds of things one hundred. It's you I love the most because there's a kindness an insecurity that creates this really interesting personality trait that I can see from this screen with you and I have a lot of love for you and I really want you to win. And this is the singular converstation that. I've seen over my years of life. That actually helps that person. Yeah how not like.
"tricking" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"With that. Failing aspect because ultimately has led me to where I'm at now eh. Clearly I source internal problems that I need to work on. And it's not problems dude. It's honestly this is. What's so fun about it? It's not really problems. I have to work on my calendar. I have to do much better job telling people to their face. They're not going to their job and they have to go. I suck at it. I got from zero to six on proud. But I'm not in ten land people. I'm so canvas on this. I'm going right at you canvas but if you were my employees I would dance like a little fucking Ballerina Nina. I'm telling you it's fun for me to say that on stage and on T. with Gary. I am uncomfortably canvas but once something becomes my family I struggle because the beloved goes deeper and some something over the hook of like feelings go far enough with feelings where it converts to the inability to be cancerous. And I've gotten way better. I give my brother credit. Aj came into when we started banner. He was much better candor. life like just like back to muscles like you know it wasn't working because when I would fire somebody they'd be shocked like a week ago. You told me it was the best person on earth. Fuck you fuck you know. I thought it was doing a good thing by saying the person that job per year but now a bag. I like you know you go through it. You go through it. So don't think it's a fucking problem. You were built to be insecure. You don't have to stay insecure in perpetuity. What what you have to reframe life and not value other people not value them meaning do not put people on a pedestal. You can admire things but like I'm telling you it once you realize we're all on a fucking humans were on a level playing field all of a sudden by not over admiring them. You're not beating yourself up for what you're not good at true and it'll help me help them at a more effective level because I don't have the back. Yeah and by the way even the thought of helping them goes away. Because you don't you're not even thinking about helping them as the crutch in the relationship grab you see where. I'm Goin' okay. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Now that makes sense. That's your your way too. When you admire. Something better is like okay. I'm GONNA help them. That's going to. That's like that's GonNa even us. Yeah Yeah brings you got your leverage. Hey let me help you like. They're not asking for help right right. Yeah and I see this Bro. You're like drilling everything. Every I can't believe you just said that I knew I wanted to keep you on here like I'm telling you you're helping a lot of people Christmas a lot of Chris. There's a lot of Chris. Douglas in the world sure I see them all the time. And you know what's funny? I loved them. I'll tell you why even notice how earlier I said. No compassion kindness. I can feel it because I know you because I see you a lot and I see a lot of them in my company I see them. A lot of my friend graph. You need to work on your insecurity. You're not tricking. Anyone and I'm going to help them is trying to trick them into a level playing field. Because you're so insecure of your actual truth of your capability posturing in a way that it's a good news not in a way one hundred posturing and here's where really really sucks. You trick the people you don't care about and you expose yourself to the people you do care about who. I got some work to do. Not Work Opportunity Brother. This is good I yeah let's go. It's good but do you understand. It's okay like it's like it's good. Yeah no I it is it is. You're right you're right and it's a an insecurity posturing that I didn't realize I was. I was the reason I know you were doing. It is as we talked as I listen. You know it's that I'm GonNa get into this person's lane I'm GONNA. I'M GONNA. I'm GONNA help that person. These are cliche was really interesting to be your authentic self and I always thought that was my because I do enjoy helping people so much. I believe that but I do too and I don't seek it out it comes to me. That's the difference. Yeah Yeah you're coming to me now so I'm starting to see a little.
"tricking" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Help them understand that. Hey look what you're doing is is a bad idea and so we know that as males yup yet so first and foremost the huge keeper you is to realize looking young is just another pillar of you justifying to yourself. Why why the person would say no. It's really understanding like that. You should have empathy for somebody that thinks you look too young at heart is an experience like you need to get a great relationship with no. You know like you know when you're ready thinking about the thought of like do. I look too young. Or how do I get them to think of me seriously? And by for me what? I'm most zeroing in on like hey Chris don't worry about that like ninety three percents. I'M GONNA say no anyway like I was I was. I was very similar until I until the the Russian immigrant. Dna started getting into the is an wrinkles. But like I looked quite young most of my youth and you know I was also trying to sell wine when I was seventeen looking at eleven and of course everybody said no when I think you need to figure out is don't even start you. I don't want you to even be thinking about the reason they're not going to take you serious. I want you to focus on the three people that say yes for whatever reason out of the hundred fifty you ask and then crushing the fuck out of that and then becoming that becoming your reputation. Yeah no that that actually makes sense And I guess I more specifically not worried about people say no. I did sales for twelve years. I'm just eating garbage My logo actually I created for my business was community created. I had been Basically in sales and marketing but no logo design with. Why why why? Why did you fired from the two jobs? Like we'll talk like if we're going to really bring value on some real fucking like you don't even want to say it out loud shit you know what I mean yet. What why do you get the first one? I think I threw my heart and soul into. I think that one. It was more of a distraction. not not staying focused on the exact specific jobs that they wanted to do. So you so. This is interesting to me because there's something going on in my world right now. I'm dying to see if this is what you meant. Show what was what kind of job was that. It was it was Wells Fargo Sorry Visit Bank Sun. Or He's so you had to read it but you were so fired up and so high energy were you bleeding into other people's territories to show that you could and that puts you in a curious spot both. Chris. This is fucking amazing. I love you right now because I'm going to make a piece of content right now that's gonNA save a lot of people from a lot of headaches and really help you and I right now about to help a lot of people interested so I've been thinking a ton about this Chris. I see this all the time. I have seen over the last two decades. A ton of people get caught in this and right now. There's a couple of scenarios I'm seeing and it's fucking killing me and I'm trying to fix it and I'm like I'm just. I'm babbling right now. Because I'm so happy. There are so many people that work at jobs who who get their task. Who then start trying to do other people's jobs or in insert themselves into other places they don't belong and it is one hundred percent based on insecurity so the interesting thing here too is i. I agree with you actually. Totally one hundred percent The per second and I want your next month because I want to help people listen. You're not tricking anybody by trying to jump into other people's jobs and like you think you're trying you're showing somebody yourself usually but somebody like look at all these things I can do. I'm so capable. Give me more it. Such tell it's like poker when you're unable to stay in your thing and you start meddling in other people's stuff you're trying to make yourself feel better that you're more capable a lot of times than you are. You're you're lacking self awareness and then you're exposing yourself and all the under conversations are really going to get you fired because people can feel it. And there's chatter underneath and I see it from a lot of people and people that work at banner and people who live people work and other places and I really like them and I feel devastated and I am going to start going at it a little bit more more Kendra with them because it is. It is a very common thing. I'm seeing and what I want to tell everybody and see the reactions are on fire what I want to tell everybody is. This is important for the young Christmas who went through it and the other is an people. I'm thinking right now that I hope are watching. You're not tricking anyone. I feel like people knew this is the moment like if you knew nobody's confused. You're not showing that you can do a lot of stuff. You're showing that you're insecure more. And you're trying to overcompensate for your deep insecurity and that you're tricking no one no one's confused and it's GonNa lead to bad Firing or getting or getting put into a box where you're just in a corner. This is a big deal in our society. It rears its head a ton. It's it's I'm just like it's crazy. Comments haven't exploded this much. Chris Longtime like this is a big one and like I love you right now. You came into my life but this exact second because it's on my mind heavy and I needed somebody like you. That was honest and could own it like when you when the most important moments video Chris was when I delivered what delivered. And you said you're right you're absolutely right. That was huge because then people I'm sitting over here talking about it you lived it. That's important for people Chris a big deal and it's also why you were worried about looking twenty two Chris. I'm telling you right now bro. Reason failing through life and the reason that I'm your fucking guy. The reason I'm your fucking die is because I was blessed with luck. I don't feel better than you. I got lucky. I got lucky with DNA circumstance and parenting to have ultimate self-confidence. You've been unfortunate but not crazy unfortunate. 'cause you're young talking about the fix it to not to not and you need to jump immediately on the fucking twenty two year old thing. It's why as soon as you said the other thing like. Wait a minute this little last night. I was laying in bed thinking about it because I'm thinking about three or four people love at my company that are in trouble because of this. Listen we BRO. You have to go deep as fuck like fuck in deep to the roots shed. You can't cut the flower you gotta go in the dirt. You Know Event. You need to realize that your mom or Dad your DNA or your circumstance created insecurity. Worried what other people think. You're not competent enough to be happy enough but you can be and should be what you need to do is flip the switch like it's practice. It's like working out right like is to have puny and now at least I have a little bit of muscle. It was work. I do work every day. You need to work every day. Not Some Foo Poopie Shit. Like I'm good enough. Which probably matters to by the way? 'cause I don't even want to consider the but I want you to go intense on this because I'm telling you right now bro. You can switch that and realize fuck like my big thing on. Confidence is don't put anybody else on a pedestal. Chris don't put anybody else on a pedestal. Don't put me on a pedestal. Don't put anybody on a pedestal. Once you realize everybody else has massive shortcomings massive shortcomings once you realize. Everybody else has massive shortcomings. Now you'll under level not that you're admiring something you don't have because guess what I admire your hair and.
"tricking" Discussed on Reset
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"tricking" Discussed on Reset
"So we have been doing this about five years. Five years of tricking Instagram I ask Samantha to explain how this all works most simply broken down. We are doing two things so i. We have multiple accounts for every person in our group and the second thing we password sharing across our group so I might be signed into two of mine one of friend. A ONE OF B. One of friends see will switch out Who signed into what account? At what time so that. You can't track the countdown to one specific location or user. It's constantly changing and all of the location. Data is based off of someone's real life. So that when you're looking at the location data for one account. It might be in Germany for one week and then in the US for another and By having a real person being our source of location data instead of one set. Ip address in a different country. It's more randomized because you get that. Real life randomness. And you can't really predict what's going to happen okay. So in practice. This is what it might look like. When Samantha posts a picture on Instagram? So I would take that picture figure out whatever caption I liked and what account I wanted it. Posted to and send it to this core group that we have so in the core we have about seven people who know of all of the accounts that are signed in and who signed into what account at what time and they'll send it to the correct person or link you up so that you can send it to them and tell them what you want the caption to be and tell them what time of day you want it posted at. So if they're in another country you don't want them to post it at midnight in wherever you are So sometimes that gets a little bit. Tricky but We try to keep it as easy as possible. So like don't make someone wake up in the middle of the night on a school night so that they can post your picture from vacation and so once you send them your picture and your caption than the post it from wherever they are At the specified time. And that's how it works. So tell me Samantha. Why do you care? So much about preventing instagram. From knowing exactly who you are where you live what your interests are. What does this matter to you so we wanted to make sure that if someone were to Google or name the account that shows up might be our account. But they're not gonna be able to find us and know where we live I was worried about stockers in the beginning but then I realized that this can actually apply to big companies who are trying to target different ads that you are trying to target you to go to certain colleges or get certain jobs that these companies aren't going to be able to control or have influence in those aspects of your life helped me understand what exactly you mean by by this whole college thing helped me understand how scrambling the data instagram has about you impacts things like jobs or colleges so by screaming of our data so much we are trying to make it more difficult for those targeted things to come towards us. Colleges are emailing us and they're like hey we saw you like such and such you like robotics because you have a robotics account. Well were school so we want to be able to see those colleges but also not have only those colleges interested in us or only those job opportunities interested in us. Ray Yeah so we want to have the ability to come to those conclusions by yourself in If a college was to look us up only be able to find that public account that we want them to see it. Sounds to me like what you're saying is that you're trying to reclaim your agency. Your freedom your ability to explore the landscape whether it's a job opportunity or college without getting influenced by ads like perfect. So how many people are doing this with you. So right now Our group is constantly expanding and we also have people leaving as they're starting to form their own groups so At our core. I'd say we have about twenty people so we reach out to different countries in different locations and we asked for like five to seven people in those locations to help us insight into our accounts and in exchange will sign into theirs and keep up this. Meta data sort of overload will kind of bug them every now and then When we want the data really messed up. Why are you trusting all of these people with your instagram passwords like? Aren't you worried that they're going to post something that'll make you look bad? So we do use a very big system of trust. There's a lot of trust involved a lot of people in our core group. We are seeing everyday so those people are the ones who have access to our private accounts. Ones that when you look up our names that's what you see because we know if they do something wrong we can talk to them in person and we can figure out why they did that and we can kick them out of the group that's necessary. Has that actually happened? Not yet okay. Nobody has posted anything wrong or bad yet. we're hoping it never happens because it would hurt a lot if it did in elementary school you learn about people who are like lying as bad never do that. But then you realize defy tell you. I'm supposed to be in the hall in non in class. You let me stay in the hallway. I know that that's a bad thing to do. But what if I change Jenny online using that same concept you tell me? It's bad to do that but what I'm doing is protecting myself Mantha. I really appreciate the time that you spent with me explaining this to me. Thank you so much for doing this. this was really fascinating. Thank you coming up after. The break does Samantha's technique actually work. And what's the story behind this whole discussion thing? This is reset..
"tricking" Discussed on Reset
"Without getting influenced by a bunch of targeted ads. Check it out Samantha. Moseley is seventeen years old. She lives in Maryland where she's a junior in high school and like most teenagers. She spends a certain amount of time on instagram. I'd say like about five hours a week. There are some people who I know personally and they use instagram. A lot more than I do but I prefer to keep my social media time down. I tend to post about once every two months. I try to keep it limited to Life Prom homecoming fancy events like that so that when someone looks up my name they see nice pictures of me. Instead of some not. As high quality photos Samantha has multiple instagram accounts about five she says NBA each serve. A purpose. There's a home wide variety his. I have a different account fruit each audience and different interests for each audience. So like on my main account. I'm more focused on like my high school people around me all just like their photos. Post things related to my high school and then another account is for more engineering and technology and on an account all look at different robotics projects girls who code things like that. But unlike most of her peers Samantha and a group of her friends are intentionally messing with instagram to prevent the platform from knowing too much about them. We want instagram to have a harder time tracking us. What we're doing. We are where we live different things like that today. On the show how a group of teens are freeing themselves from instagram's algorithm and the theory behind this technique. I'm aerials Ross. This is reset Samantha is about as tech savvy as teenagers come. She's into robotics. Coding Social Media and about five years ago when she was in middle school. She had an idea so I was part of a first Lego League team. Which is a robotics competition? But the robots all made out of legos and we had a shared social media account because we wanted everyone to have access to it and we noticed that each time someone would sign in. It would change what it was recommending to us. If you click on the explore page on twitter or instagram. Ill show you different people or accounts that you should follow so we saw that those accounts were changing and the content was changing. So maybe for one person. It was like makeup in theater than another person. It was like Technology in robots and things like that that insight that having multiple people use the same account can make it hard for Instagram to recommend posts or target a specific user with ads. That was a big moment. For Samantha. It led her to apply this idea to her own private accounts with a lot of help from her friends. So what? My friends and I have been doing instagram is. We're trying to offi scare identities as much as possible office gate to render obscure or unintelligible. That words going to be important in this episode so me and my friends decided to start sharing our accounts in sharing our passwords because we wanted that algorithm that different social media platforms used to be more. I'm confused and not know exactly who we were and what we were doing on our everyday lives and we're doing this by flooding the Meta data so our name. Our location are different. Things like that that a social media platform will keep track of so. If someone found all of that data they wouldn't be able to find us in.
"tricking" Discussed on Reset
"Samantha is is about as tech savvy as teenagers come. She's into robotics. Coding Social Media and about five years ago when she was in middle school. She had an idea so oh I was part of a first Lego League team which is a robotics competition but the robots all made out of legos and we had a shared social media account because we wanted on and Everyone to have access to it. And we noticed that each time someone would sign it would change what it was recommending to us if you clicked on the explore a page on twitter or instagram. Ill show you different people or accounts that you should follow so we saw that those accounts were changing and the content was changing being so maybe for one person it was like makeup in theater and then another person it was like Technology and robots and things like that that insight that having multiple people use the same account can make it hard for Instagram to recommend posts or target a specific user with ads. That was a big moment. Moment for Samantha. It led her to apply this idea to her own private accounts with a lot of help from her friends. So what my friends and I have been doing on. INSTAGRAM CAM is. We're trying to off escape. Our identities as much as possible obfuscate to render obscure or unintelligible. That words going GonNa be important in this episode so me and my friends decided to start sharing our accounts in sharing our passwords because we wanted the algorithm that different social media platforms us to be more Confused and not know exactly who we were and what we were doing on our everyday lives. And we're doing this by flooding. The Meta data. Yeah so our name. Our location are different. Things like that. That a social media platform will keep track of so. If someone found around all of that data they wouldn't be able to find us in real life so we have been doing this about five years five years of tricking instagram. I asked Amanda to explain how this all works most simply broken down. We're doing two things so I. We have multiple multiple accounts for every person in our group and the second thing is we have password sharing across our group so I might be signed into two of mine mine. One of a one friend be one of friends see will switch out Who signed into what account at what time so that? You can't track the the countdown to one specific location user. It's constantly changing and all of the location. Data is based off of someone's real life. So that when you're looking at the location data for one account. It might be in Germany for one week and then in the US for another and by having a real person in our source of location data instead of one set ip address in a different country. It's more randomized because you get that. Real life randomness randomness. And you can't really predict what's going to happen okay. So in practice this is what it might look like. When Samantha posts picture on Instagram? So I would take that picture figure out whatever caption I liked and what account I wanted it posted to and send it to this core group that we have so in the core we have about seven people who know of all of the accounts that are signed in who signed into what account at. What time and they'll send it to the correct person or link you up so that you can send it to them and tell them what you want the caption to be and tell them what time of day you want it posted at so so they're in another country you don't want them to post it at midnight in wherever you are So sometimes that gets a little bit tricky but We try to to keep it as easy as possible. So like don't make someone wake up in the middle of the night on a school night so that they can post your picture from vacation and so once you send in your picture and your caption than the post it from wherever they are At the specified time. And that's how it works mom So tell me Samantha. Why do you care so much about preventing instagram? From knowing exactly who you are where you live. What your interests czar? Why does this matter to you so we wanted to make sure that if someone were to Google name the count that shows up might be our or account but they're not gonna be able to find us and know where we live I was worried about stalkers in the beginning but then I realized that this can actually apply. I too big companies who are trying to target different ads you. They're trying to target you've to go to certain colleges or get certain jobs that these companies aren't gonNA be able to control or have influence in those aspects of your life helped me understand what exactly you mean by by this whole college thing help me understand. How scrambling data the INSTAGRAM has about you impacts things like jobs or colleges so by screaming data so much we are trying to make it more difficult for those targeted things to come towards us? Colleges are emailing us in. They're like hey we saw you like such and such you like robotics because you have a robotics account well were romantic school So we want to be able to see those colleges but but also not only those colleges interested in us or only those job opportunities interested in us. Ray Yes so we want to have the ability to come to those conclusions by ourself and If a college wants to look us up only be able to find that public account that we you want them to see it. Sounds to me like what you're saying is that you're trying to reclaim your agency your freedom your ability to explore the landscape whether it's a job opportunity or college college without getting influenced by ADS. Yeah you got that wording like perfect so how many people are doing this with you. So right now Our group is constantly expanding and we also have people leaving as they're starting to form their own groups so At our core I'd Hyde say we have about twenty people so we reach out to different countries in different locations and we asked for like five to seven people in those locations sewer help us insight into our accounts in in exchange will sign into theirs and keep up this Meta data overload will kind of bug them every every now and then When we want the data really messed up? Why are you trusting all these people with your instagram passwords like? Aren't you worried that they're going to post something that will make you look bad so we do use a very big system of trust. There's a lot of trust involved a lot of people in our core group. We are seeing everyday we day so those people are the ones who have access to our private accounts. The ones that when you look up our names that's what you see because we know if they do something wrong we can talk to them in person and we can figure out why they did that and we can kick them out of the group if that's necessary. Has that actually happened not yet okay. Nobody has posted anything wrong or bad yet. we're hoping it never happens because it would hurt a lot if it did did alimentary school. You'll learn about people who are like lying is bad. Never do that but then you realize wait if I tell you I'm supposed to be in the hall in non classing. Let me stay in the hallway. I know that that's a bad thing to do. But what if I change my identity. Uh Online using that same concept. You told me it's bad to do that but what I'm doing is protecting myself Mantha. I really appreciate the time that you spent with me explaining this to me. Thank you so much for doing this. this was really fascinating. Yeah thank you coming up after. The break does Samantha's technique actually work and what's the story behind this whole up fiscal thing. This.
"tricking" Discussed on Reset
"Mm-hmm Samantha Moseley is seventeen years old. She lives in Maryland and where she's a junior in high school and like most teenagers. She spends a certain amount of time on instagram. I'd say like about five hours a week there. There are some people who I know personally and they use instagram. A lot more than I do but I prefer to keep my social media time down. I tend supposed about once every two months. I try to keep it limited to Life Prom homecoming fancy events like that so that when someone looks up my name they see nice food pictures of me. Instead of some not. As high quality photos Samantha has multiple fool. INSTAGRAM accounts. About five she says and the each serve a purpose is the whole wide variety. His I have a different account for each audience and different interests for each audience. So like on my main account. I'm more focused on like my high school. People around me all just like their photo does post things related to my high school and then another account is for more engineering and technology on that account all look at different robotics projects girls who code things like that. But unlike most of her peers Samantha and a group of her friends are intentionally messing with instagram to prevent the platform from knowing too much about them. We want instagram to have a harder time tracking us. What we're doing who we are where we live different things? It's like that today on the show. How a group of teens are freeing themselves from instagram's algorithm and the theory behind this technique? I'm aerials Ross This is reset.
"tricking" Discussed on A Moment of Science
"An open. Doorway stand inside it facing into the room now. Now press your arms outward until the backs of your hands or pressing into the door frame go ahead and try it. Keep pressing outward as hard as you feel comfortable with for the next minute senator. So in the meantime let's talk about what your muscles are doing in order to maintain the right amount of stiffness. Your muscles need to know how much resistance. Since they're up. Against to check this your muscles have sensory receptors inside the muscle tissue itself which tell your nervous system just how stiff or relax relax. These muscles are receptors in the tendons measure. Your muscles contraction with this information feeding back from the muscle. Your body can figure you're out how tight the muscle needs to be in order to keep it in the same place. which right now is you press? The doorway is pretty tight. What will happen though if you suddenly take the resistance of that door frame away? Let's find out step into the room again and completely relax your arms. If you've been pressing hard enough you'll be surprised to find your arms now. Drifting effortlessly upward as though you had helium balloons tied to your wrists. What's going on? Is this while you were pressing. Your muscles learned that they needed to be pretty stiff to stay in the same place. Stepping out of the doorway changed all that and very very suddenly it takes your muscles a few moments to learn about this new situation until that happens your arms will continue to press outward against a door frame. That's that's no longer there. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are.
"tricking" Discussed on Point of Inquiry
"Hello everybody welcome to another edition of point of inquiry I'm your host. Jim underdown for today's episode. I went all the way to London England to talk to a couple of big names in the world of skepticism and and critical thinking. I was over there for the presentation of the Richard Dawkins award to Ricky Gervais this year the center for inquiry and the Richard Dawkins Foundation splashed out for a big event in East London. I interviewed Richard Wiseman in Conway Hall. That's old British humanist building right off of Red Lion Square which has its own bit of history and central London. Richard Wiseman and I have been friends for about twenty years now. Richard is a psychologist and a magician and an author and many other things. He's written several books including rip it up fifty nine seconds. Check out his books. There well researched and very interesting one of my favorite stories with Wiseman is he. He actually broke the phone system and England during one of his experiments it was on. TV doing an experiment to see if people could tell if someone else was lying and they had to call in to vote which person was lying or or whatever it was but anyway they got so snowed under with phone calls that Broke the British phone system. So I'd have my admire him for that. Richard Wiseman is a huge figure and skepticism and science based information about paranormal beliefs. And just other ways we think he blends humor and groundbreaking breaking research in his presentations and books and is really a fantastic ally in the quest Cabrera in critical thinking to the masses. So I give you now from downtown London England my conversation with Richard. Wiseman you were here with Richard Wise Men at Conway Hall in Amazing. Yeah this is Alana history in this building a loss of history much which I don't know I think it's Monte Thirties. I think it gets back. Full that go back. Pull that maybe the decade before nineteen twenties. That's my feeling mouth full and it's safest is a free thought is humanism is. It's it's grapes can have many many times worry from what's your what's your early early history I'm from Luton in the UK. which is a city talent? I think about thirty miles. North of London was born bag. Go into magic very young and then joined the magic circle. I lied about my age. mid sixties joy tales about seventeen and then because magic. I got into psychology came to University College London here in London as the name suggests because it was the closest university to the magic circle. The bicycle degree went up to Edinburgh Edinburgh. Scotland to degree in parapsychology then came back down this end Z.. Invest Hof Cheer. I still am and now ooh years later. I'm a professor of psychology there and I've been voting sketch skepticism throughout the the whole kind of time. So you win it in psychology. Never really pitching yourself as having a practice and having no I went through ignorance so which is the best way that if any career actually elegy so I read it become a magic and it said that some that was a psychology could how to win friends and influence people. Is that Thou come Iki book which is actually a fantastic book. But he's nothing to do with experimental. Psychology is colleague us a really good writer to just kind of saying things I remember was names and smile and all this other stuff and talk about psychology and I was about sixteen. I think I read that Book Doc so I thought Oh ball experimental psychology university that that must be like the the comic book when there is nothing like you to its proper experiments stats and things like that. But that's what interested in psychology. And then I think even then ten onwards if I finally enough I went home to my parents house quite recently and look at my old books when I I was about ten or eleven and a skeptical stuff in there yet but Muda Triangle solved a on all this stuff so I was into that. That really young from a believer side are totally from now. He's always skeptical. It was like UFO's solved. We had a magazine. This country will be unexplained at every every month that explained within explain things otherwise. We could SUV. If you're a reader so as explained and that was the most sort of leverage thing I had with the rest of the noise wherever the phenomena flown was explain the underneath. So yeah that stuff young you hacksaw you hear so many stories about people in our world who Susan blackmore been the most prominent for example of people who have had serious beliefs and these e l was soon I got back a very long way and by never believed any of the Stafa dolphin parents rate is never went to church. That's we have a cub scout movement in this country for the Scouts in states I would think but our wants a quite tied up with belief in golden the Queen and so when I was asked to say that I'd left. The scouts. Full my own scout troop as a scout drew. Were Way ahead of the curve. Way I have the cover that there's any minute so it was a troop was the right. Love wasn't even group is just an individual so I did that and and then one day when I was I would think eighteen at soon. I've spoken about this and I turned on the television. We have I think would open university in this country. Country used to broadcast or lectures on TV and attorney and there was this person with shocking. Red Hair talking about the paranormal but the she was looking at a research was into. Why people believe this stuff and experience it and that may was this incredible moment? I thought wow he could look at the stuff and you don't have look with rich troops. I didn't think it was but the fact you can look experiences and beliefs an SU on TV so without sue. I wouldn't have gone along that pathway. Oh how about that. And and and never realized he had that connection with her. Yeah and that you could do serious study about this and that it would be accepted by the academic community and eventually publications like yeah. No you've written for skeptical. Inquirer magazine published law in a festival. Over the place published both sides sides divides of publishing the journal Psyche Research and skipped acquirer in psychology journals. As might my. PhD WAS UP IN EDINBURGH WITH BILL Morris who was a believer because he was running that the cuss that chair parapsychology and such down for years. As with all the parapsychologists really did believe I saw the word parapsychologist adjust which normally for the rest of us in the skeptical world. The antenna go like Oh boy here. We go trying to attach some sort of academic credibility ready to this crap. But you were it wasn't crappy you could learn it. You could study it in a way that would be legitimate incredibly. Yeah that's the pope was about. I mean he tossed away from the past tense but at both was a very nice guy. He's been around the block many times and so he knew a loss of mediums psychics with frauds. And that's why. He bought me into investigate that stuff. He's real interest was experimental parapsychology which is alleged into normally stick affects a very small. We have to get lots of people in doing card guessing or whatever it is and he wanted to run studies that were as well controlled as possible. As has some of the lessons learned through doing this study's fed directly into mainstream psychology. So some of the folks doing that parapsychology stuff on North pseudo-scientists a two old. They're they're doing fringe science because he's in the fringe area but trying to be as rigorous as possible. As I say some the lesson learned have been affected mainstream psychology so there there is also kind of barking mad stuff out there but there's also some people doing good stuff and there's just there's also stuff that looks like it's legitimate but it's poorly done academically. I mean we know that any any paper can be poorly written even if it ends up in the national news That doesn't mean it was well done in the first place and I mean can I -ssume that if Bob was doing these rigorous literacy tests that it's it's not going well for them in the paranormal believes this is. This is the thing in the results. oops that stuff. It's it's Kinda check it it's it's difficult. See how this procedure which is called Ganz fell which is essentially reduction procedure and the claim is that that can help Huby psychically sunny. Some experiment worked support. It neither believe it but it's it's it's pretty well conducted so right at the moment so my partners Caroline Wall to is current Kessler a festive of parapsychology. We will together to do some large-scale Studies so I have got one foot in that that camp they both bovine feet normally Aaron skepticism. It's strange stamps to have both feet and skeptcism one foot in the parapsychology cow. Make sure interesting life and quite difficult storms as well and then you've published books. I have ten eleven eleven lesson books accounts the far too many. What are your favorite? Everyone's as you that comes off. I I mean so i. I did about decade off skeptical stuff and then pod to investigate paranormal corona investigating mediums psychics and Gangsta Cycle. And all those those conventions and things and then in I think two thousand. I was trying onto page a book all about this book about the paranormal. My agent an I put this book out to all the publishing houses in London and no one was interested. And and then we have this kind of mop-up meeting and by chance. I said you know one of the things. I'm interested news ninety belief in the paranormal belief in luck while we touch wood cross fingers and he said well you doing I said well. We're looking at the thoughts and behaviors of lucky people. I'm lucky ones whether you could change your mindset to be lucky anyway. There's a book in that so we pitched it and that became luck factor. It sold all over the world that was about two thousand one two thousand and two and then since they are not equality and fifty nine seconds. Kids night's golden power normality. Most recently the follow books so yes been whole string of them since we run into people whose concept of luck I've run into. This is that it's like this cloud that comes in lands on certain people here and there What do you say? But that's the way it feels. I think we all know people who just seem to be very lucky. Through lifeless lucky chance opportunities other people seem very unlucky though the wherever they try in and I think that is in a sense an illusion. I think that we creating much of our own good and bad luck. By the way we think and behave here talking about luck in life so nothing that I have written. In terms of any intervention wreck societies will make you any luckier. When you go to Vegas? You're up against chumps lay. Ah You don't get to win the lottery because you've read the fact book will you might not systematically however when it comes to life whether it comes to opportunities who you meet what Projects you start and so on isn't charts and that was the stuff is interested in how you go people to be more lucky if you like a more positive what we with now cool mindset and so as soon studies into that was one of those people would be doing studies into the idea of self development self help vastly randomly assigning people to groups having them do the different interventions next two sizes and seeing results so that was block fact when it came out one of the things that stuck with me in that book with Oprah's very enjoyable degreed and was that lucky people. One of the conclusions was walkie. People will try things that occasionally make you look day. They enter lotteries. Maybe not so much you know big lotto tickets words one hundred and fifty million to one to win but if there's a door prize for something they actually fill out the piece of paper because they think they could win. It's an and that becomes a metaphor. Fook so the more people you talk to more like. You're going to have Komo. Steve Encounter the Baltic. She tried more like this. One's going to make you a million off. Efforts is and and so it is about that idea of creating and noticing pissing opportunities of acting. It is about being resilient when bad things happen. It's about being optimistic. To some extent about trusting intuition. It's older these things until he's a very early book into that genre now. It's quite crowded marketplace. But at the time it was this this kind of innovative type. Yeah so did Oprah's Oprah's the secret sort of is the Zette well. That was interesting because I think that kind comes out a little bit later and fifty nine right things which fifty nine seconds later book about things you can learn in less than a minute People misunderstand positive psychology psychology is about the things things you need to do to lead a happier better life. It isn't just about being relentlessly pulse of us. God our heads would explode exactly if you just sit at home hoping to win the lottery. That's not going to help. Anyone says it's not just this thing about.
"tricking" Discussed on The Smarthome Show
"So that's why we focused on that picture attacked detection first because when you talk about an atm or you talk about entry into a business or mobile boarding pass you need to have those parameters in place to make sure that person is who they say they are in it can't be tricked with a picture of an id or some holding up a a photograph of you on a piece of paper let's talk about that so that's your big difference it arrayed this idea of okay people could be salih trick the facial recognition system by holding up a picture as the years vive documented how people were tricking the idea of eike you could use a picture of some would have us read it had a blink of but debriefing outweighs how to hacker on that and you figure out how to prevent that so talk about this idea of a a preventing the the the the tricking by using pictures and images sure uh so without disclosing what we do exactly as it just don't war so what was the thinking cannot lake a how did you how are you better than other systems and terms like why haven't they done this yet sure so our along the company's approached it with what others sensors can we add on top of the hardware are you would have three camera be better wooden extrasensory better and we looked at it as well we god we nominee cameras in the world today at each and every business on each and every foul on on computers you know we can turn bodes in the security devices are using just software only so without having anyone do anything else with the hardware and we just really took a deep dive into how do we understand what is in front of that camera.