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How Lara Logan Fearlessly Covered the Benghazi Story
"Laura, you said that it was in 2016 because I always like to track how these things work. You were reporting about the Benghazi story, people who listened to this program are familiar with that story and with how the facts seem to paint a very damning portrait of Hillary Clinton and so if you run a foul of the clintons, you know, usually they find that you've committed suicide. They find you in a ditch. But obviously that didn't happen to you. What did happen to you? Well, can I just say hashtag I'm not suicidal, right? Just for the record for everybody. All right. I probably have started that. And I'm very grateful to him because there's a lot of us, you know, who are in the site, right? A growing number of us every single day. No, really what happened was, you know, I worked from when I was 17 years old, I was in print. I was in radio, I was in television, and when I finally was at 60 minutes and that was every day of my life working really, really, really hard to be worthy of the legacy of that incredible brand. And just doing my job as a journalist. And I got an amazing bit of information from a very good source that talked about the bravery of these two delta guys in Benghazi, Libya. And how this was a story that made the benign raid look like nothing. That was the tip that I got. So that was my motivation for looking at Benghazi, wasn't political motivation at all. It was this idea that there was an untold story, which actually turned out to be the story of two delta guys who were in Tripoli at the embassy, and they were never sent. Nobody ever ordered them to go in and rescue anyone, but they collected money from everyone in the embassy and they got a plane and they went down there and they are the reason that the guys from the annex survived. They had the reason there wasn't a hostage crisis. They're the reason for the Stevens body was recovered when it was recovered and nobody knew that they existed before our report.
"tripoli" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"tripoli" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"In the future. We might innovate a whole new membership area outside of patriotism. Don't let that stop you from signing up for the patriots now is like i said we're going to accomplish. These things need some support and The more the more money made through the patriot and the more time and effort. I can put towards this podcast as just the straight facts of life. Speaking of we got into the facts of life as usual on an episode of zero number three. We talked about synchronicity. And then the second conversation included in this episode was like i said episode twenty seven zero and that was on power of positivity. He talked about positive. Things you know. Sam tends to ramble. I could do that myself pretty well so we rambled a little bit but the gist of it was synchronised cities. In the power of positivity and that's a lot about what is show is all about anyways keeping it positive going into these deep waters learning about all these strange things evaded teacher since specially with things at synchronous typically come up and keeping a positive at the day. A with that folks. Thank you so much for sticking with us for ninety nine episodes of the my family can come crazy. Podcast eight tune for one hundred coming out this week. A lot of surprises in store. If you wanna make it on the hundred episode and be featured on the hundred apps oh please go to pod. Inbox dot com slash m. f. in all capital letters and leave us a message on our pod inbox. We will play your voice clip on the hundredth episode. You gotta do it in the next two days though right now. Is the november six and this episode will be out tomorrow november seven eleven seven so you have two days to release or to to to to do to. You have two days to leave me a message. A t do. I will play the on the hundred episode. Thank you so much for listening. And enjoy these conversations with my man the legendary sam tripoli..
"tripoli" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Amount book a mental me. And i almost didn't wanna give it to you because i'm like i don't want to part with this. But anyway and then after we started working with each other this guy comes on your podcast. A great the maverick. He gives you the same book. But that's the same thing that happened with my mentor. Amos is like every time he met somebody on this vibe off would appear in the tire failures trying to working. Its way through the is fast like a lot of the guests that have been really popular. Resonating with people are people who understand seventy hermetic laws and that with something that. When i was listening to the podcast long time ago. I always wanted to get that across. You felt like he was missing and then here we are and it's like this is the resonance you know like i gave you that book and then sure enough. Not lacroix comes on talking ancient mysteries with all these different people and That's kind of resonance that changed my life. That matt lacroix starts the ball rolling into at seeing the world a little different. But i wanna get into you with you mark is we have all this great information. We have this understanding that we gotta do all this stuff and we have to control destiny. Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the my family thinks. I'm crazy podcast. I'm your host mark bomber date on this show is episode ninety nine nine and we are doing fine feeling divide and speaking of divine ninety nine is triple the power of the number nine if we're going to get into numerology and the symbolism of numbers nine plus nine is eighteen one plus eight equals nine so given hippie resoluteness number ninety nine nine folks like i said nine symbolizes divide will is the last of the simple numbers is also known as the magic number representing wisdom negotiation. It is a spiritual and emotional number. So i'm going to release episode ninety nine my first appearance on zero. That's right zero. Is the show. That started all samden. Decide start zero. I might not have gotten this job booking for ten full hat zero and subsequently might not have ever really gotten this podcast route. I gotta say. Sam wasn't a huge huge motivation for me to do this and now i'm fortunate enough to give that same opportunity to other folks in the form of encouragement and sport hence all meaning the united so many awesome shows have come from all united. This is very very expensive. And you know we'll get into that on episode one hundred. Was i plan on doing something really really special episode one hundred and i hope you guys are there with us in the meantime episode. Ninety nine like i said a magical spiritual number representing the evolution out of these simple numbers one nine. It is a transformational number and the are transforming here on the my family pigs crazy podcast episode ninety nine like i said my first appearance on zero. But it's also an unreleased episode twenty-seven my second appearance zero. So you get those back to back. Starting with number. Three and move. Forty-seven both of these episodes. He can finally video version on. Rock dot com. Of course and i have a third appearance on zero. I think i'm the only guest ever be on zero three times and that was episode. Ninety four number three number twenty seven a number ninety four there is some mourra logical significance. There folks try to do stuff like that and it's a little easier. When you're the booker you could see a common either way. Wow sam i really ought to give it up to him. He's an amazing person. And like i said none of this would have happened without him. Learning media united. So thank you so much sam. If you ever listen to this thank you for letting me release zero on. My are assess feed for all the non rock thing subscribers. And like i said folks if you want to hear that third interview with me. And sam tripoli on zero sign up for rockin dot com over the. My family thinks i'm crazy page. Show us some love. Put ninety nine episodes out and some of the video abortions of those episodes are on rockin Video content is much larger than audio content. And i don't have a supercomputer folks so it's not always so easy for me to Put the video up takes a long time not a lot of space on the computer etc etc. But if you all care about the show and you wanna see more content get out there. Show me some love on patriot. Patriotic dot com. Slash m fdic. I can't do this for free. That is the place if you find value in show some value back our way starting two dollars all the way up fifty dollars. That's what we need right now pretty soon. Once the numbers get higher and we have more patrons. I'll probably standardized the tears so everybody's paying pretty much the same price but for now. 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"tripoli" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Podcasts where i your host. Try to give you some tips on how you can explain all this weird wild crazy conspiracy stuff people you love. Most that's what i've been trying to do the past ten years with no success killing scala brian. Three hundred eighty was wanna listen. They don't want to hear they're just like here. We go mart off again with market. Doing yeah so you know. That's the thing about sun. The legendary mark steve's everybody but that show has resonated with people. It's kinda crazy new age down vibration taba tangible reportable effect on water so. He used high-speed kozerski microscopes and right to record Shapes of water crystal the water crystals that he was taking pictures up through. This microscope had different patterns based on what sound words were spoken or within the wars or whatever sound the water had been exposed to the crystal in real time he was able to capture them.
"tripoli" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"A special edition. Episode swap cast combo mash up. Okay i'm going to be presenting to you. Guys an unreleased conversation. Between sam tripoli i on his patriots on which no longer exists folks. It's just rock finn now. So if you love sam tripoli as much as i do go over to rock dot com and sign up and check out all the great content creators on rock fen. We've got joe from legit bat coming on the show soon and he happens to be on rock fan. I was just on his show the other night with the primerica guys and that was live on rock fan so after this episode. Go check that out but stick around. We've got an interview between sam trip. Leeann i and then after that an awesome swap cast between myself. And my good buddy ryan dean from the dangerous world podcast. Podcast might lovely co host. Tara also joined us for conversation about the jesuits so stick around after that short conversation with sam tripoli for the jesuits get the low down on the jesuits and some other things that are relevant in the news you know. My man ryan dean. He's a definitely on the ball with a lot of the things going on current events me. I've been up here on sweetheart mountain folks. Just kick it unplugged. So we've got a lot of really interesting episodes in the pipeline. If you wanna listen to a fantastic conversation between michael one jenny rivers is significant. Other and my significant other taryn. I the four of us had a great conversation on the first episode of scene. And if you sign up on the patriot patriotic dot com slash m fdic. You'll be able to check that out right away as well as a lot of other great content meet breaking down the skills the tools the physics of this organic simulation that we're living in and exactly.
The Art of Storytelling
"So so so excited to have you on immigration. And i have a laundry list of questions so i just tried to control myself Sometimes i can go overboard. But let's start with the basics because preparation for this interview. I was listening to your other interviews and it seems like the walk that you're doing is pretty much died two yard janey and your background. Can you talk a little bit about that. Yeah well first of all. Thank you so much for having me. It's such a pleasure to get to chat with you today. And i would say that know. The work is very very personally resident for me i actually was born in tripoli. Lebanon the end of the civil war. There and my family immigrated to the united states the midwest when i was about five years old i essentially you know started my life in america as an english as a second language student I you know lived in a space where there just weren't very many muslim folks around and it really truly has faults like a full circle moment in a dream come true to be able to say to my inner child. Look what we've been able to accomplish with our community. Growing up in a space where i never saw myself represented or when i did see myself represented particularly as a muslim immigrant arab woman. It was often as a victim on screen. That just didn't represent the incredible matriarchal power and history of incredible women that i have have from and it is just. It's been such a pleasure to sort of focus in on how we can use our as an engine for social change and to tell our stories.
What is Intuitive Eating?
"Eating as something. That's been around since the eighties. And the first the actual term was coined by two dieticians. So evelyn tripoli a lease rash so they are the founders of intuitive eating as a movement and they wrote a book called intuitive eating which is now in its fourth edition but the concept of intuitive. Eating has been around for even before they wrote the book. And i think it started because there had been this surge in dieting in the eighty s and specially we all remember below fat craze which caused us to create a lot of processed foods that were lower in fat. And this obsession with calorie count counting and then this and so it just created what we now call diet culture which is definitely still alive and well in present day but i think one of the coolest things about intuitive eating is coming back to trusting our own bodies because through diet culture through all of these plans and meal plans and calorie counting and macro counting. We started to lose touch with our own bodies and we started to distrust. Our own bodies started to believe that we can't trust our own bodies and sometimes we project that onto our children as well but children actually are born intuitive eaters. They're able to determine when they're hungry when they're satisfied from birth but we train it out of them so that usually by the time that they're five years old they start to lose that ability because repeatedly over and over we tell them you should eat more or you should eat less. Are you should eat this instead of that. And then they also lose touch with their bodies and lose that ability to tune in
Pack Your Patience: 47 Million Expected to Travel Over Holiday
"Lot of people will be traveling by air over the Fourth of July weekend Travel is already at 85% of pre covid capacity. More than 3.5 million people are expected to travel by planes in the coming days. That is the most of course since the pandemic started classes Anita Vogel Tripoli says 47 million Americans are expected to travel this weekend and as people travel will be paying more for gas. The national average is 3 12 a gallon Nearly a dollar higher than a year ago, with the lowest prices in Louisiana, the highest in
Mosquito-borne Encephalitis Virus Outbreak Enters 3rd Year
"May not be as severe as the threat of covid. But in a pre pandemic world, mosquitoes were the things to worry about. Just take a look back at 2019. That was an unprecedented year for the mosquito borne virus, infecting 12 people and killing three. We have not had that many cases in one year since the 50 that state epidemiologist Dr Kathryn Brown, and she says that we're still getting through a three year outbreak of Tripoli 2019 sinister than the first year of one of our three Your outbreak cycles and 2020 activity was also high. So we are planning for 2021 could be the third year of our outbreak by Paul the state began trapping and testing mosquitoes last week. Tim Don WBZ
How Software Is Eating the Car
"I saw an article on the i tripoli spectrum which is their magazine by robert charette how software is eating the car the trend toward self driving an electric vehicles ed hundreds of millions of lines of code two cars can the auto industry cope. Just put it in perspective. Hundreds of millions of lines of code. That's how many lines of code there are in windows. it's that it's on. that level of sophistication. I'm sure i've been talking about this all along. But it's kind of stunning and it's relevant right now because it according to analysts. The chip shortage global chip shortage is being felt everywhere but it's especially being felt in kars four point one million autos won't be made this year because they can't get the chips that's a lot. Ten years ago only only fancy cars had microprocessor control units. Today fancy fancy. Cars like the bmw. Seven series may contain one hundred fifty electronic control units pickup trucks like the ford f. One fifty one hundred fifty million lines of code as of twenty seventeen. Some forty percent of the cost of a new car can be attributed to semi conductors. The cost is doubled in ten years and they think by By the end of this decade. It'll be fifty percent. Each new car today has about six hundred dollars semi conductors. Three thousand chips in it. So it's no surprise. I mean your steering is controlled by a chip. The the doors windows the mirrors the seats the climate control of course the anti-theft system the kilos entry system even the steering column as a computer on.
Meghan and Harry's Oprah interview
"Meghan Markle and Prince Harry interview. That's gonna be on CBS eight o'clock on Sunday night, and that should be something. Everyone's talking about it Monday. I'm sure will be trending. Anderson previews right. What might go on with in that interview with Oprah Winfrey. It says here that let me play a couple of these here. Meghan Markle seeks her own voice right amongst the Royals. Find out. We got about four good clips here, So I just want to say that I called you either February or march 2018 before the wedding asking, Would you please give me an interview? And you said I'm sorry. It's not the right time. And finally we get to sit down and have this conversation. I remember that conversation very well. I wasn't even allowed to have that conversation with you personally. Right. There had to be people from the compass sitting there rather everything with their other people in the room. When I was having that conversation, you turn me down nicely and said, Uh, perhaps there will be another time when there is the right time. What is right about this time? Um Back on her feet, right? Um Wow. Holy smokes. That's kind of the interviews to be nine hours long. You could sell a commercial in that time, right? Well, when they plan to e mean, you know you could literally you could do one here. It's Carter for trading. Go to hit our trades dot com or run a cunning dental Tripoli. 6 40 smile so many things. Um That we're on the other side of a lot What it was like those that were on the other side of a lot of I can't wait to see this. By the way, there's going to be really a great interview, CBS. Sunday night at eight. A lot of life experience that's happened and also that we have The ability to make our own choices in a way that I couldn't have said Yes to you, then that wasn't my choice to make so as an adult who lived a really independent life to then go into this. Construct. That is, um Different than I think what people imagine it to be. It's really liberating to be able to have The right and the privilege in some ways to be able to say yes. I mean to say to yourself not to have to consult with anybody at this point to be able to just make a choice on your own and just be able to speak for yourself. Well, you know what? That it's not just the royal family. It's with a lot of things in life. Like, um like, for instance. You know if you were when, when we did shows over a Disney and you waited my remote to Disney. There were two people there from Disney that we're listening to the show while we're doing it just to make sure it conforms to what Disease works so hard on which is their image, right? I'm not gonna have two guys come in, and, you know, swearing and telling off color jokes at Disneyland, right? And with almost everything. Like I can't do an interview with the L a times about the workings of my heart media without you know, contacting somebody here diehard media, They just would they would frown upon that. S so it's It's not the world family is is exactly like that. It's a business. And and so you don't get that freedom when you join that family to just do whatever you want, And she knew that going in. He's going to say, Didn't she know that everybody knows that? Everybody knows that s O. It's just how she doesn't refer to them as the royal family or the Windsor. She first to them as the firm. Oh, wow. This is gonna be great. How long is this interview's in two hours. It was. It was supposed to be 90 minutes and they increased it to two hours. And that's because there's a lot of money involved right there. They're getting like $325,000 for 32nd commercials. Viacom is giving Oprah between seven and $9 million for licensing fees. It's already been sold in 17 countries, including a million in the UK It's great to see Oprah finally getting a check. I know. I mean, she struggled later, right? That's really gonna help. All right. Here's more of it. The big interview CBS this Sunday at 8 P.m.. Right after 60 minutes. Wow, what Anything British
Cauliflower Rice Makes Its Mexican Fast-Casual Debut
"A question for you what's a burrito bowl without rice. Well one fast casual chain wants you to find out this month chipotle. They rolled out a new item at all of their. Us and canadian locations salon tra- lime cauliflower rice it's essentially shredded cauliflower with a little salt and lime juice it looks a bit like rice and the chain is hoping you think it tastes like rice two or something like rice anyway. It's january and that means one thing for the fast casual record industry. A focus on healthy eating right if you've made a new year's resolution eat fewer carbs to go vegan to start the paleo diet. Well this is the month where you see if you can actually stick with it. Japodlay says customers wanted healthier options that align with quote the latest health trends those trends less starch more plants. Sorry rice you've been eighty-six on tripoli's menu are four new bowls made with their cauliflower rice. One is certified ho thirty compliant and another is totally vegan. But if you want cauliflower rice in your regular burrito bowl it'll cost you and up charge of two dollars about as much as dollop guac cipolla just the latest chain to hop on the cruciferous geoghegan. Rival cuba rolled out cauliflower mash last month. It's roasted mashed and mixed with sour cream and pico de guy. Oh definitely not rice like in any way. But yoga says their mash is more innovative than regular cauliflower rice. Ouch take that chipotle innovative. That seems to be the word of the month for fast casual chains mexican chicken chain el pollo loco said recently they would be adding a quote culinary innovation to their menu as well Any guesses yup. It's cilantro lime cauliflower rice in their announcement last month. The chain took a more direct approach in explaining why they're offering healthier options. They say the pandemic has made too many of us replace the gym for the couch with undesirable consequences. Okay that one's things a little bit so is cauliflower rice in it for the long haul that remains to be seen. The forecast certainly looks bright. At least on twitter one user said she was pleasantly surprised by coil locos option and other said shapur as was good but the two dollar up charge makes it a one time thing so perhaps the fate of cauliflower rice comes down to how much green customers are willing to spend to go greet
"tripoli" Discussed on CXR Podcast
"So i sit on a working group for tripoli said another working group for the world economic forum on ai in hr. I sit on a bunch of these working groups and part of what folks are trying to do is is literally developer procurement for how to answer this exact question and i think it's quite frankly having sat on a long these groups. I think it's it's a struggle because again this is because you know. Essentially the end of the day an artificial intelligence system is very complicated and it takes folks with machine learning experience to really sometimes understand you know some of the some of the issues and quite frankly even people machine learning experience made them have opinions about how something should be. Developed that are not consistent with employment law. I guess my point term make is that using a technology like ai. in hiring Just you know presents. I think more just opens a lot of beg lot of questions. And so i guess the only thing i can provide i think is that in your procurement. Efforts are when when you're betting vendors. I would try to establish have external proof. They have of what they're saying and that can come in a variety of different ways. Right like if you're saying that you've been audited will have them procure whatever documentation they have from a third party saying yes indeed. We'd been audited if they claim that you know. They don't have bias in their albums than have them procure as much. You know documentary evidence that they do this stuff so basically whatever claims people are making. I would expect that a good vendor and we hold ourselves to the standard would have a lot of documentation that they would be able to provide a team with in order to to validate any of those claims. That i think that's one option..
"tripoli" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
"You can see photos of all my guess here. All the episodes read the synopses of the episodes little by on myself and a donate button. If you'd like to support the show As i said before my guest today is sam. Tripoli who is host of the zero. Podcast with sam tripoli saying his name a lot and we're doing a swap cast so We're we just decided. We wanted to talk about humor and spirituality. So that's what we're doing today We were both stand up. comedians Were friends and We're both very interested in body. Mind and spirit those topics and You know we wanted to delve a little deeper into what humor is all about in joy and laughter and really what's going on underneath that there's some anecdotes about the stand up by a world that we've both come from and some thoughts on what Humor is and the different types of humor. It's a really fun podcast because You know there's a short hand in the way we speak to each other because we've known each other long time and having been in the same profession you know how that is so let's listen in To the first swap cast between the exploding and zero podcast. Please welcome my guest sam. Tripoli watt. say that you're very important person to me. And i mean an all seriousness. You i oh yoon apology. Also in a weird way because when we first met man you know you were from generation a comics and trust me. I'm old so i'm not trying to be like you. You were from generation of comics. That i always felt i got judged by for my crudeness and my my dark comedy but man getting to know you over these last like specially during this whole plan damage. That's going on. You know whatever we're dealing with in unite have i i. Have you know our relationship in another situation. I don't know how much you wanna talk about that. But you know the get to know you through that man. You have a wonderful dark sense of humor. That i really love and i really respect it and i always want you to. I just wanted you to know that. I've allow love and respect for you so i really do appreciate you coming on my show. It means lots me. You're very important. Well i love having you on my show. We're going to be doing this one together. The i never judged your comedy maybe people my peers. I'm about ten years older than you. I guess but i never had that. I i always loved the i love anybody that pushes the limits and is a little dark that i enjoy that. That makes me laugh. Like get your. I get to hear your humor almost every night and it's it's always such a wonderful thing to hear because you know we're going through this chaos rate now sometimes..
Algorithm spots 'Covid cough' inaudible to humans
"Mit scientists have published a paper. In the i tripoli journal of engineering and medicine and biology describing an algorithm they developed the can identify whether you have covid nineteen by the sound of your cough. That's true if you're asymmetric. In other words if i mean a coffee is a symptom. But you don't have the classic symptoms of covid nineteen because a cough could be a symptom of anything. Covid changes the sound you produce. Even when you're a symptomatic intesting. The algorithm was ninety eight point five percent accuracy on patients with a positive covid nineteen tests. So they were able to use coughing to detect ninety eight point five percent of people who were definitely positive with covid nineteen and a one hundred percent accurate for those with no other symptoms. The algorithm was trained on a data set of seventy thousand audio samples with multiple coughs. Twenty five hundred of which were from confirmed covid nineteen cases. So that's how the algorithm was able to go. Okay that's somebody who doesn't have it that somebody who does and figure out the patterns that it would listen for the site just hope to get regulatory approval to use it as a way to take quick noninvasive daily screenings and for pool testing to quickly detect outbreaks in groups pulled. Meaning like a group of people a test. A bunch of people once cambridge university carnegie mellon university. Uk health startup called novo. Eric are all working on similar projects. So it's not just mit. But they're the most recent to publish a paper on it.
Algorithm spots 'Covid cough' inaudible to humans
"Researchers published a paper in the i tripoli journal of engineering in medicine and biology outlining an ai algorithm that can identify individuals with covid nineteen by the sound of their cough including a symptom patients intesting. The algorithm was ninety eight point five percent accurate on patients with a positive covid nineteen tests and one hundred percent accurate on those with no other symptoms other than the cough. The algorithm was trained on a data set of seventy thousand audio samples with multiple costs. Twenty five hundred of which were confirmed covid nineteen cases the researchers hope to use this as a way to take quick noninvasive daily screenings and for pool testing to quickly detect outbreaks in groups
UN chief urges Libya cease-fire, warns its future at stake
"A rare opportunity for peace in Libya should be seized by all those involved in the conflict. Secretary General Antonio Guitarist told a high level virtual meeting convened on Monday to stem the fighting noting that the conflict has been going on for far too long. He said that the country's future is at stake and called on all Libyan's to continue to work towards a lasting ceasefire. The summit comes amidst ongoing longstanding concern over unresolved conflict within. Libya and interference from outside states. The oil-rich country remained split between the UN recognized government of National Accord or GNA, and the self proclaimed Libyan National Army L. N. A. which launched an attack on the capital of Tripoli in. April. Two, thousand, nineteen, the chief of the UN refugee agency UNHCR said on Monday that maintaining humanitarian aid levels during the covid nineteen pandemic was a comparatively inexpensive way to save lives and protect people on the move. A. Along with host communities are facing what he calls a pandemic of poverty. Filippo Grandma told, UNHCR's annual executive committee that keeping aid flowing would mitigate the instability from growing pockets of marginalization, which would be more costly to address later. Despite. The UN chiefs call for global ceasefire. pan-demic conflict, violence, discrimination, human rights, violations, and political crises continue, and currently, there are nearly eighty million forcibly displaced people in the world of figure double that of ten years ago according to Mr Grandy.
"tripoli" Discussed on KGO 810
"Assets in Insurance companies for liquidity and safety, And this is why during the great Depression back in that time period, the companies that I put my money into and frankly I'm very, very picky. There's over 200 companies out there that offer indexed universal life, and there's only about 678 of them that I would consider to put money into. So I'm extremely picky. Which ones that I would trust with my money because of their reserve requirements. I want to make sure they're not stingy. They actually pass on the the bulk of the prophet to you instead of holding and their coffers and so forth. But when you look at them, many of them started clear back in in the mid 18 hundreds, so they weathered the great Depression with flying colors. And here's why They have those reserve requirements on hand where maybe 15 2030% of their assets are invested in Tripoli and double bonds. If they loan money out on skyscrapers and shopping malls. It's only maybe 10 15 20%, but they only loan maybe 50 or 60% loan to value. They have a huge cushion. If they have to foreclose on that real estate, they don't loan out. And leverage, you know, 80 and 90% loan to value if they invest in any stock. These air very carefully selected long term stocks, and it's a very small percent of their money is invested in stocks. And so they have a very conservative portfolio that they can liquidate it anytime. And so.
Getting into security architecture: Careers, skills and ransomware
"I Wanted to talk to you today about because you know cyber work. The big push here is helping people to get started in cybersecurity and who don't necessarily know where to start or don't know what the next steps are in their career. So for listeners who might think you're fresh out of college I WANNA point out that you've been working insecurity for some time between undergraduate studies in recent master's degree. So I guess what I wanted to know, what are you? What were you specifically trying to achieve getting your? Computer Science from Michigan State you know before returning back to the business. sector. So there's a strong strong analytical competent. That is an integral part of any doctoral degree I began my PhD with the objective of owning my critical thinking skills and exploring the truth death of certain areas insecurity because as we know. So we will looked at the ten domains, of CIS SPN that's it. It's everywhere from physical security to cryptography and everything in between your network and I was doing that for for a long time and. It came to a point where I wanted to really truly understand something in depth to the point where you know I could get a PhD in in that area. So so that that that was definitely a motivation motivating factor for me going in. Do you have a sense of how you know the the addition of a PhD like this has has changed job prospects I mean obviously you're using Motorola but like like what what sort of doors does does a graduate level degree like this open for Cybersecurity I personal? Right, so that's a great. in terms of career prospects, it definitely opens up more research opportunities both in academia and industry. Right. Some research opportunities and industry will explicitly ask for a PhD So so it definitely opens those doors talking about industry in particular There are. There are few opposite like I said, there is a few doors that opened up right away. I could have definitely been. I could have definitely been a security architect without getting a PhD but the benefit is more intangible in that. There's elements of my PhD that prepared me for my role today. And allowed a smooth transition. into security architecture all as. You know. Because I play the role of. A playboy tactical and strategist role during my During my work as a security architect and especially the strategic part of the PSG definitely helps them. Okay. So you you mentioned that this is a pre specifically useful thing if you're going to go into a research capacity, is this something that you're looking to pursue as well? Are you looking to because I? Believe you're your emphasis was on ransomware are you are you doing sort of ransomware SORTA research level study of things ransomware right now? Yeah definitely that's a competent of my work and even at Motorola solutions on preparing I'm pursuing them up and so for example, if you know one thing that comes to mind that a PhD would directly help you in in an industry is like if you contributing to. If. You're if you're making if you're. Generating Patent applications that process is very similar to writing for Scientific Journal. So that's something that comes to mind right away that helps me aware PhD helps me in In the industry. Okay. So when we spoke earlier and I just mentioned it just now you said that that ransomware is probably the main focus of your study I believe. So could you tell me a little bit about what you learned about ransomware in this academic context and you know how deeply gone into this topic and what was your specialized area within ransomware? There's a certain aspect of it that really sort of attracted you. So speaking in the. Context is a lot of new things I learned One of them is actually funny. YOU SPEAK OF ACADEMY CONTEXT IN IN ONE thousand nine hundred thousand academy paper. Out in Tripoli Conference where which talked about where where the authors young young talked about crypto viruses that will deploy cryptographic libraries on on hose to perform unauthorized encryption and demand a ransom. In order to provide you with the decryption key. So they predicted the whole thing, one, thousand six, and this wasn't a ransomware in really start to grow around untold to five thousand six as when it started to. Grow. But so so that's always interesting is when when a academy predict some of these things I hadn't time. Reading about it in the academy context, I, notice that there's papers that have done studies on on large samples of ransomware discovered, for example, that ninety two percent of them are not affected right? Because cryptography is hard and and cybercriminals make mistakes all the time and a lot of the times they're scare where where they lock your screen expect you to pay the. Money when they haven't really done any encryption in the background So if you take away all of that fluff, then the h percent are the truly troubling ones and so there's a lot of noise in the cybercrime underground and you know we we get this. We get into this mode of thinking that Cybercriminals have descended from the heavens in terms of their. Skills but but that's not true. You know they make a lot of mistakes
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"Tripoli seven to seven be easy K. I I hope the streets are soon going to be made safe because right now it just seems too dangerous to go out when you know that aunt Becky is author wandering around this country Scott free Scott free he is the free the felon aunt Becky eight get our kids in the school and she's still roaming around this country free as a bird it was tough to get any rest over the holiday no it really was out there wasn't an streets it was scary I couldn't sleep I thought I don't know I thought thanks to a varsity blues if they were all going to be yeah right yes you but no but no and Sears nice is still out there thirteen parents of the thirty five that were arrested and have been sentenced yeah but she is still free they have member she went against the court saying that they didn't give them the the FBI is holding back in with me all the information that shows that she's innocent she they have until the seventeenth of this month to respond now to that I think her claim is that it was a charitable donation the USC right this year husband gave a charitable donation to USC which if that's if that's the case if she didn't know about this if they were trying to bribe officials or whatever and to be honest a lot of these you know there were there were where they're getting a lot of these parents as the mail fraud of it right can we stop please can we stop prosecuting mail fraud probably not probably not Ali not it's a federal offense all right Jeffrey you're right although although if they did if they paid you know money to get her kids in the school it is that the worst thing in the world I I it's I don't even care I'm sorry I don't I don't care about that one if she paid five hundred thousand dollars to get a kid in the everybody else you can't engine wealthy people to okay what whatever and whatever the people who should be advised most of the people who should be prosecuted damned for this are the the Hey the singer he was the one that implemented at all for the parents as a singer who's writing Rick singer that's his name all right he's the guy that yes it took everybody's money and then he went down not actually a singer he's his name is a singer I don't know one of these things the mother maybe that's how we got these guys do agree with them I don't know you're right but he will the other coaches I got the coaches did the cold that are that there were defrauding the university's yes probably this the scholarship program yes right with those guys that's completely wrong it is completely wrong yeah it is as a parent but those in so many it is hard to believe that could go on at a school like USC where athletics or soul important and I think it involved the soccer team right one of our involved the site was throwing you know I don't even know the role well on the west coast I know rowing is the user did the U. 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C. at what we have a rosy well when did that start but it also occurs a series that order is especially in California there are communists who enjoy soccer at at and you know at a pac twelve school that would be a big thing to to recruit somebody or pretend like you're recruiting somebody on a regard a soccer scholarship and then they don't even play soccer yeah it's hard to believe that could happen it sure is add a series sports school like USC so there so the thirty five parents including of Lori and Felicity were indicted for conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud is this a new thing is part of the original part of the original yeah do they keep trying to add stuff to that was the acting right I mean that was the last do write make a deal with us or we're gonna add stuff yeah that's right then she came back with the that they were withholding evidence right which is why you know which would it would explain if true why she hasn't got a deal yes done her thirteen eleven days everybody said you should do what Felicity did because she was done with that now yeah she's is behind her his walk down her Gallagher in prison yes he's walked down the calendar she received her dead rise society of either of the two is that it sends to fourteen days I think yeah and she served nine was at nine ten or eleven so like that so I received your time with that ordeal behind right our time but she only paid in she paid like just fifteen thousand yeah and supposedly with that Becky she her husband paid five hundred thousand now again they claim that was it in a donation to the school of people do it all over we did when this first happened the original thing in a and a and I've some of the I know that you know many of the other things I'm not supposed to job with mail fraud is a horrible thing it's a federal crime I got it wish you should it doesn't sound like you have a human okay here should be on the S. 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T. scores in the mail so the guy okay that's illegal okay okay well I do know that flooding in a test was illegal event mailing no no what about on I love that you disagree with the laws so you don't think they they should be they should be adhered still just perfect Jeff used other okay no I can't go into a bag on in somebody's face to say give me give me all the money in your cat I'm sorry because I was supposed to lord knows is just silly so these stupid rules and laws around I'm supposed to know you get to the hello how are you supposed to know if the government is actually doing that I'll be going over there her help like that come up yeah that's ugly yes yeah and you're just trying to make an example out of now is that right the need to be made an example of the liver alone first of all both my point originally we will give her a lot of the other buildings after named after people on college campuses all across America you think their families had trouble getting into those schools at USC no do you remember the doctor Drake tweet doctor Drake who is a big rap god and clothing is this man is this man whatever he told eighty he and his partner donated seventy five million dollars million to US see the same school and Becky donated to and then he bragged about the fact or I didn't have to bribe USC to get my daughter in their you didn't think seventy five million dollar arts center that you paid for I with your name on it the thing that really where my daughter could go here all right all yeah well yeah I know you're going to say no after seventy five million dollars you go to community college on the road for a couple they happened at so yeah that's ridiculous that's ridiculous and doctor great immediately do you don't realize how allies so it it was Lucy hello I guess maybe it does look like the same thing ha we now have a that's a guy who these to be off the streets yeah now they were talking about you know the feelings gone comfortable on the streets because criminals are out there among us is Robert Kraft all yeah the owner of right wing with patriots absolutely nothing wonder well sort of fell we call an owner is in the NFL yeah overs in the NBA because he is prostitutes prostitution allies Laura allegedly yes it's apparently on camera but a lot of those videotapes can be used for prince of this matter is that true can they not be I said I think they the judge ruled against the video I'm not sure I'm not sure exactly why but he still is still up to basically you know possibly phase of the you know felony and you talk about you know possible of five years okay we really us of Robert Kraft this is the owner of the new look in New England Patriots for years in prison for stopping by a couple of times the origins of haze in the is Florida we're really going to do that we were always he supposed to know older to listed prostitution is illegal always supposed to gold please with it with the video tapes does show him trying to get saying stop you know it's amazing hello yeah I want was a was a masonic government signs don't do anything extra whoa whoa whoa not that so it's interesting though how he's being treated after this they don't even bring it up no no nobody talks three games will show him in the press box rather in this in the owner's box or whatever this weekend when the pages of landing but they're still there and and plot and they will say a word about it they're completely mom on the issue it's like it never happened as always you will definitely not going to see the your email box playoff game do a side by side of the orcas day spas Jupiter Florida Robert crowd would not be something that would show some Jim bliss time time out here in Foxborough so I remind you this was a robber got arrested days by I would have respect for CBS if they do a side by craft the orcas aged days yes that would be fantastic the wood but they treat incomplete I mean it's weird anybody else involved in a scandal like this it would probably already not only team what would be great I've never seen anything like this where he said so far at least no repercussions on it at all it's illegal activity and you know it's unseemly for a owner of a it has been fun new Asian franchise right that doesn't bother anybody anymore the you know you are convicted in the court of public opinion instantly Acer are usually drummed out of your position now that it's happened for him yeah it's kind of amazing interesting to watch we'll and we'll see if they I mean if is anybody going to bring it up on playoff weekend with the patriots against the Titans though to know the owner of the villagers have been facing a possible remember that as a yeah five years and there is the felony charge it was axes down in Florida there tell me you wouldn't respect any reporter who said that the they probably be fired from their position yes yes but I'd respectively did have my respectivos definitely would yeah I think so too triple eight 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"Thirty Tripoli nine two nine ten thirty running was to run you are next in the ring central nice echo like or what have well I hit the wrong button one night by mistake you're on the air now run go right ahead okay you can hear me I can hear that was my mistake you're on the ring central it's like a little like what I wanted you make time you're going to are you going to twin river yeah I got I got your reporters place I'm going to put it out good right or Mrs or so we chose your Werner spoke with the other three are you do you are you know it won't yeah they also what you're the one where students are so it's really not three hundred jurors we know which church should follow things about America you know Joe about it so she decided to align yourself with your rhetoric no no sure your record your jet set your watch what people call was that your view of it okay there thank you check your great work with the same brush as the other policy holders there was such a good start I don't know hold on each of those individuals were the you and I might agree with them and not have been elected by congressional district and they have a did you is maybe than yours and mine certainly by yours just because you're on the distribution of what will respect well the opposite but of course that hold again and and the like you're waiting just talked about you should go with the there should be more stability I agree with that I think that we should be more simple your first amendment rights about the person that you know you have the right to do that and I'm sure we're going to have to write good great would you totally and I think the Congress woman Presley would be better advise them we just lost Ron I I figure you got out of our our area they run sorry about that but I think the point you're making is that she the the first row right exist with the gun or he can be he could be speaking either be cute he can be dumb I mean the the four horsemen of the apocalypse if you if you look at it your death famine war and conquest did not consider to be good things so he basically said for hospital four horsemen of the cometh he's saying they're idiots you could argue he's an idiot to say that but that's what free speech is all about I think Anna Presley and all I'm sure she would disagree with me if she was here with invited her to come in many times that she would that you disagree and she says she has to Dolly defend yourself and and call upon others to defender that's what I have a problem with that she has every right to to request the assistance but it's I think it's all a huge waste of time because I think nothing is getting done in Washington this argument back and forth generates good publicity for all of these individuals and good publicity for all the individuals other Republican Democrat conservative liberal etcetera helps them with their name recognition six one seven two five four to thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty let's go down to Rhode Island that with that is where Ron is headed let's talk to mold road island hi mo next on that side hi Dan nice to speak to you again I actually happen to can you hear me I can hear you fine go right ahead okay I actually think that the first call was round of applause would be appropriate for the man in South Carolina who posted Billboard well we write tried to reach out to him by the way we we we couldn't get through to him so if you want to come on we give the first call the route of a pause but if he doesn't call and go ahead well I I think he's right his opinion is that they review and I agree with his opinion and your opinion is also correct nothing is being done in Washington these four ladies are doing nothing but making a lot of noise about a lot of nothing several times over so for example the lady from Somalia I'd be happy to pay for her ticket to go back to Somalia maybe then she would appreciate the country he came through and where she became a congresswoman well here's the thing with that she's a citizen of the United States her comments are offensive to you and they may be offensive to me she as a citizen of the United States has the same bill of rights that you and I have we might be able to make comments that are offensive to her but the idea of telling well paid for a ticket to go back a little I I would I would hope we as a society would be passed that you don't I'm saying well I hear you then but you know if you hate if you have so many bad things to say about the country you adopted maybe you really shouldn't be in the country it's not really that big we're all here most of us aren't making bad comments like she is no but let me ask you this question just be honest with me I will bet you that amongst your friends when president Obama who was in the in the oval office I'm going to bed because I think I know mall you probably makes a pretty critical comments of president Obama some of them tried what they mostly realizes that my young lady friend is an African American and they get cut off pretty quickly no no I'm not that you're going down the wrong path of the I'm not I'm not making any comment about racism what I'm saying he was the president of the United States and I'm sure that there were many you have these policies in his statements as positions did you as a conservative disagreed with yeah absolutely okay a lot of people disagree a lot of and we had to make that known precisely so what would you say if someone who is a supporter of president Obama back then said you mode you know like the president United States deal like the way this country's going what are you go back to where you came from I know what you would have said well first of all I came from the United States so I I if I have a comment to make I'm making it as a set up for you now so your mind in your mind naturalized citizens do not have the same rights under the constitution as you and I is native born citizens have no that's not true well you just made that distinction mall there's a difference between making a comment about a person like president Obama and making a comment about the country well what about if you meant mobile with me just engage in the in this conversation what about if you made the comment and you said look though since Obama's been president I I just don't like the way that that what's going on in this country at the end there were comments like that moment I'll bet you might have made a comment like that and if someone said you will most wanted to go back where you came from maybe I wouldn't like it but that's their right lastly I did make a comment like that I happen to like the bomb with every much I don't like Calcio Cortez she speaks about things that you have no knowledge about right and if you have to rehearse that the subject so now she's talking about we appreciate your call very much appreciate you all very much I think I made my points I'm not sure you engage me but I appreciate you taking the time have a great night six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty if you understood the point I was trying to make tomorrow because I think it goes both ways I'd like to hear from you Peter is in Westwood Peter next a nice I go ahead good evening I think when you're a public figure today you're gonna be subjected to some criticism from himself the answer we recall some idiot is poor taste but I wish you get a segment back in January well representative call moderate referred to the president am I L. IT kneels one well we did we did by the way it wasn't Omar who said that just to correct you it was calling also to leave who said that okay it and and just so you know we talked about it a nice side I could almost go back and pick the date and the hour for yourself I write that though that was those those that that was made you are absolutely correct and I was wondering if the speaker ever call her in and speak to her about that type of language I don't know that she could have and might not have made it public if she was smart and I think that Nancy Pelosi is smart she probably should have called in and said look please yeah let's check the level above the sewer let me out let me conclude with this representative payee she came on stage in January and she certainly made quite a quite a grand entrance using language like that yeah anybody that would associate with her particularly those other three Congress woman tell me you associate with the not so you will you are enjoy listening to the show do you have a great night paid appreciate the call six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty back to the Cape gonna go to reach out in Hyannis really you're next and I said how are you tonight I'm well thank you how are you I'm doing just great what's your take on this reading my take on this is that the two congressmen should have sat down to one on one and talked about it she could have maybe gotten an apology from congressman meadows but I asked him to go to one of his contender contingent yes good stitch once yeah consistent with and and and tell them to take down a board which yes perfect right to do I I don't know that I don't know that she said that let me read what she said okay to be clear okay she she is her tweet and maybe there's been a subsequent tweet but she tweeted racist rhetoric from the occupant of the White House obviously you know who she's referring to has may hate our new normal we still vulnerable she's she basically is saying to mark meadows AT represent a market does wish Cherokee guns is in your district and you and I serve on a committee together here's your chance to finally do the right thing she did not tell him to okay tell the guy to take that she's asking him to do what she says is the right thing and I think they could have could have discussed that one on one yeah I think I agree with you totally that nothing is getting done in Washington nothing at all I believe that we have the boss bully in the White House I do believe that he's a racist but nothing is getting done I mean all we all we do is go back and forth and fight now yes your question and I just I don't mean to pick a fight with you because I'm not as an observation hi Abby how can you see into someone's heart mind he says he's not a racist he has many many supporters and and his of his inner circle who happened to be a different ethnic backgrounds I I think that when you look at someone like the the George Wallace's in the Lester Maddox of the world segregation now segregation for whatever these any question about that okay but I just think it's interesting that people can can conclude that without being I mean I just see how you could make that assumption but you said it was a certainty I know I can look at him as a new race I've known about Donald Trump since I was a teenager I grew up right at seven York city I knew about the trump family I knew that they were just horrible to people that work for them there were so many people that were not paid because he declared bankruptcy or his company declared bankruptcy a lot of those people were hard working contractors plumbers whatever it was a white black or of all backgrounds they were hours because if you saw the sensual he was trying to use assuming you're correct and I'm going to give you that he was trying to bankruptcy laws advantageous Lee to get out from underneath financial obligations irrespective of who that person was he was trying to basically take advantage of a lot of people.
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"But they wanted her head on a stake. You have to push back. It's like, dude, they're they're applying rules the comedy that they don't ply anywhere else. I mean, look at look at like murder murder is a giant entertainment thing. My favorite murder, wonderful podcast. Number two podcasts that is making money and that is comedy off of death. I don't get it and women love murder every commercial on fucking the first forty eight. It's fucking Tampax commercials because women love murder, but yet you're telling me like I can't do joke. You're watching murder podcasts that is having fun with somebody dying. And it's a great buckets. And they should do. It puck is called my favorite murder. It's the number two podcasts. And it's a great show. I'm not trying to say about they just basically breakdown. I guess like every like they just talk about. About murder cases and people love that shit. Women love murder because it's like the ultimate form of emotion. Right. But what's like if you hate entertainment. That's mean that and if you belittle situation get real world ramifications. The why do you go to horror films horror films, people get murdered a slashed and killed in everything? But you go there to be entertained. Why do you do that murders? Real nobody's ever gone to comedy show and went on a crime spree. All right. It just doesn't happen lighten the fuck up. Just because you don't like a joke. Doesn't mean it's offensive move on. And I do bit right now if you get by jokes. You your life's going to easy you got to fucking easy. I don't. Even give a fuck. I'll give fuck I really don't give. What jokes? Don't you want me to do? I'm doing jokes on I'll even think about it. It's working, dude. The pushback is happening. The meek it's these betas. It's all fucking betas. Don't get me started on fucking trust fund kids in Hollywood. It's all beta bullshit. I don't I don't really give fuck about audiences. Go up there. That's the only way you could be successful com. You're good your live. That's an emotion emotion. Enjoy you come to one of my shows. And you got upset you never gonna because you wouldn't be listening to the podcast. But it's just really crazy that I don't I at the shot the Netflix special. I made that decision on the plane back bays. Those done hard the paint, dude done. I don't give a fuck. I've been doing if the twenty iron my stripes. I'm saying what the fuck I want to say you don't wanna come on come on the show, which the channel I'm fine with that. I'm a big boy. Yeah. I'm a big boy. Now, I'm fine with that comedy's doing things that everybody's supposed to like it music movies. And for the first ten years of my comedy career used to kind of jealous of you said you Sam Tripoli. One day. I go. What do I fuck? What do I give a fuck? I mean, if you like a good comic. I'm with you. If you Tommy why Gallagher trust me, I won't call. You back. You won't get a call back from me. You know, you don't like calming down goofing on Gallardo. I love Gallagher sliced tomatoes, dude, he had some great jokes. But no and just saying that my worries when you're not a fan of comedy. Now, when you don't know who can mean is gonna ask yourself, you know, or you think TV show is a funniest thing you ever saw in your life like a scripted show on NBC. I can't talk or any other network for that sense. Couldn't agree. More like a PG show or something. I can't fucking agree with you. It's just becoming its own weird kind of like like mainstream entertainments just becoming its own weird niche now, and the internet is allowed us to go peer to peer and get rid of this kind of suits that would deter..
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"You for my own stunts riding through your round or something, you know, this this all incorporates your body of work, whether it's negative or positive you. Did it? You know, did it's just really weird. So when Ray Romano lost that Joe pick up News Radio. I'm move out here. And I've become a regular at the store and at the store one night the girl that was said he's on the they kept saying NewsRadio. I never talked to him. I didn't talk them for the first two months there. I thought NewsRadio radio show. I was a comic. Then you know, what I'm saying? Who's on that Brooke Shields? So it was a tremendous Phil Hartmann, Phil Hartmann dandy. Dick was Kathy Griffin. The brunette check and the red had checked. I just saw addition about a year ago. She's broke she's hooked up with Nick Nolte inside doing coke. Dave, whatever. It was a great show. MBC just didn't stand behind they kept moving around. So when from Tuesday night to Wednesday night that Thursday night chains like ask them. It's really interesting the show worked and made it to five years with three scheduled chains. Hey, I never heard how you got picked up. I always hear everybody story about how they ended up becoming a regular did anything. Interesting happen when you got picked up because I've always known you as a regular that. I just saw about that there a timing picked up and we're made irregular. We would I went through the ten year period for ten years of my career. I talked you know. How long it take you to picked up with a kid right now doing comedy for year a little baby. Hi, baby. And. People are gonna give him shit about three months. You know, he's walk into a club somebody's gonna whisper something into somebody's ear. And he's gonna see it. He's gonna see all the things I saw that. You know, how people will say well he gets on stage because he's Joey Sam Tripoli. I don't believe that way. I believe in. Opportunities. Right. If you got up off the fucking bed in Boston flew out here, you're in the game. That's your opportunity if you made a friend in for some reason, he put his TV show. So be it the guy believe in reality. You have it in somebody else. But some people can't live with that. It drives them grades. They always gotta say somewhile. She got it because that's her father, or because whatever whatever was she went to the fucking addition. Right. She went to the fucking day. Yeah. Okay. As we could see right now. What's the girl from friends Campan's yet off all the whatever looking at? She's a pizza fucking. And she could act you I'm saying she still around twenty obviously you fucking wrong you fucking wrong. You follow me? Like why they got the show because of the father? No, it's called opportunity. You got up off your ass is like that. And he's super talented guy and you at the right place at the right? Fucking spot. Yeah. That's it. So I was very fortunate. People have bad luck in their wide. It took me a month again. I got January twenty ninth and by February nineteen thousand how. But on the flip side of that. Ari auditioned how many times? Twenty eight or thirty eight. Okay. So you understand me a rise? A man all that is part of your journey for me. I just happened. But I didn't go to Montreal. I never got a big agent. Never had a big manager. All those years. The only thing I had was the store. So it was the only thing I had. So how the tree certain way because it was all I had that was the only personal believe people would come in and say you funny, but when I can pick him up, he's a mind where Mitzi Shaw promoted my. She got that. She loved him. I throw cube all a cost. She loved broke the microphone. She loved K chaos. So I was home. You follow me? So that's my story took me three fucking weeks. I wanna thank Scott, Dan. Oh, he listens to cast. Religiously he's some fucking country and Bangkok because when Stanhope it was Doug Stanhope, call and see..
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"I love it. Imagine twenty years. I can't believe it. I mean, it's I mean that are fucking jumping every night every night. It's and it's amazing that we saw the upswing white. We were there when nobody was coming. Gym club. People will look down I thankful for those years. I learned so much to it's comedy stores. Dangerfield's nobody talked about it noble existed. But it just was something that it was just polluted. It was too dark for some people. But everything else is on file African improv. Now, we saw the whole fucking thing the whole long. So it's very interesting to see it's crazy, dude, I've been following Brian whole spin in the OR, and I've been killing used to Bob constantly after he's one of those guys either he destroys the room, and they're like all that God's cry. Or like, he puts them in weird place. Z go up now. I mean, I went up fifteen so he didn't eleven wow, he called me a few weeks ago to gate for gig. I couldn't do the gig. I I love it, and dude, and you know, man, the people come in store they're looking for edgier comedy. So now it's like he's starting to hit. And it's fun to watch. He is he's one of my favorite calms. He so different than everybody else. And he's so funny. It was just we had deep deep conversations tonight fifteen years ago, and he knew that he couldn't do a set on the road as a feature. His set would not right. Somebody would fi. Oh, the gay so many don't like foul on that. Yeah. They can't follow it. Achey get tossed. He's from Long Island. He told me he did a spot one time and that the club. Oh, and the governor's is completely different governors. Great club today. But twenty years ago was run by an agency was a booking agency that ran the clean comedy. No, no, no, just it was just fucking didn't know it just was something weird. So. Brian also went down. And it wasn't that. It was clean. You know at the time Brian hopefully, talking about let's get suck is deca. The baseball game some shit, something, you know. I mean just wouldn't fly would fly flew at the comedy store because it was late. And and he was comfortable. He's comfortable that that's not gonna fly and. In Detroit at funky. That one club. That's not going to you have to shoot his special without him knowing it that's the thing about him. And I have similar things we fall apart. When a camera I fall apart. Really? Yeah. I I mean, I did a lot better. Like, the best thing I ever did in my opinion was Ariz things. Yeah. That's the best work. I ever did was on Ari's things as a comic as an actor. I think Maron, but at that time like I was they wrote specific riot or me, and I just played myself. I just went over the top. So that my world is is good everything else motion. I think you're great. I mean, I've seen your sets. I know you probably beach shit yourself up. We do that all the time. But I think I love watching specials really good. I'm super excited man student really, well, it's called zero FOX and broke. It's two parts zero FOX Armageddon, and you can find out the meal dot com slash on demand zero FOX or on demand Armageddon or just putting Sam Tripoli..
"tripoli" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"What up you bad mother fuckers beautiful Monday? Everybody's back to work. The game is over the hugs. The bullshit stories apple cider the gifts. Now comes the credit card Bill. Comes to credit on the fifteenth in your real cracked. But you know, what gives a fuck yet to spend time with family your loved ones. And it's that time of the year where it's nice to stop and smell the fucking roses. If you have a rose, we all have rose Sam Tripoli what up dude, thanks me on love, you happy new year you happy new year. The both you may lean happy new year. Happy anniversary and a year. Doing stand up. You're killing did. Thank you. San- Santa Barbara for my first real. Hey, dude. I'm happy for you, man, the jacket, brother. Thank you, buddy. You know, got this my girlfriend's grandmother. Picked nailed it. Right. How many tens grant eighty five year old wing? Nailed it. She's our Manian. No, she's too. Okay. Hey, did I love the Jews dog Yamin with this longtime? Yeah. That's why you can do you went to a concert at one time. I don't even know you had a girlfriend you have fifteen years fifteen, but you keep away from the store you keep a low and wrap she she's there more than anybody. I know dude, really like if you think of all the guys who've been there forever and their girls she goes there, and I'm cool this she loves comedy. I never see anybody's women there. I know you twenty. You've met my girlfriend. Really, yes. Jesus christ. Stop smoking. I don't remedial girl you've met her bunch of time teen fucking years you met her a bunch of times. I I won't store for I've been there since two thousand ninety nine two thousand Yuba fucking you coming up on twenty..