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A highlight from 102 - FTX Exchange Reboot, Record Token Staking, SBF takes the stand, and More!
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Whether you're a seasoned pro or new to the world of crypto, we've got you covered. Each week, we'll break down the top news stories of the past seven days, giving you the information you need to stay on top of the latest trends and developments. Plus, we'll share quick bites of news and insights that you won't want to miss. If you're new to crypto, we recommend starting with our early episodes where we break down the basics and give you the solid foundation to understand the crypto world. Join us as we explore the ever -evolving world of crypto currency and educate ourselves along the way. On this week's episode, we discuss the final stages of the FTX exchange reboot. We look at the huge increase in token staking of late and finish off with Sam Bankman -Fried and him taking the stand. Which is the final part of the trial happening in New York City. My name is Tracey and this week it's Blake and I as Craig has laryngitis. Get well soon buddy. Yeah, not too good Craig, Blake. Yeah, hey Tracey, great to be back. Some interesting stories and a brand new segment that we'll talk about a little bit into this week's episode, one that I'm super excited about. It is pretty funny. You have to hang around for that one folks. Too bad Craig's not here because he would love this one. Yeah, right up his alley. It is. Let's get started. Quick chat about the market. October finishing today, still sitting around the 35 ,000 mark where we were this time last week. That's right, Trace. We cracked $50 ,000 Australian dollars per Bitcoin. So, you know, I think we can say that the bear market might be over. I have been a bit of a bear and I'm feeling bullish, so yeah. Is it up only from here mate? I know November is notoriously a bad month, so we'll see. I'm feeling good, but yeah, it's pointing in the right direction. I think it all comes off the back of, you know, the speculation about the Bitcoin ETF. There's been more registrations for the tickers on the clearing system for the NASDAQ, which is where the Bitcoin ETFs will be listed for trading. Which suggests that the players that will be managing these ETFs are already preparing all of the groundwork for their product to be listed and traded. So there's nine all up potential and we will know by the 10th of January, so getting closer and closer. That's it. Let's move on to our first story, Blake. A FTX exchange is getting closer to its restart. The FTX are reportedly evaluating three proposals for its relaunch, with the final decision expected mid -December. The move, which follows discussions around a potential restart of the exchange, could be crucial for refunding those customers who lost money during its shutdown. Although the bidders' names remain undisclosed, potential options look to include a total sale of the exchange, a partnership or an independent relaunch by FTX. Although the latter, I'm told, is probably not going to happen. So it's interesting to see the timing of this as well. Obviously, we know the trials going on. What do you think? This is obviously good news for the customers. Yeah, you know, we spoke about this with Jax when we had him on as a guest. It's a great opportunity to restart a great business or at least the platform and the user experience and the product was great. And yeah, hopefully all the creditors get paid back in full and then people were happy with the product. There were millions of users on there, so they might be able to restart the business. Because obviously the funds get given back onto the exchange so that people decide to keep them on there, take them off. Correct, yeah. And interesting to see who those bidders are, those last three. Well, I think we had some leaks early on that there were large financial institutions like trading houses and banks. We'll see what deal comes of that one. Next up, according to new research, more tokens are being staked than ever. According to State, their latest report told us, staking rates for the top 35 proof of stake currencies hit a record high of 52 .4 % in quarter three. Marking an increase from the previous quarter of 49 .3%. The report also found the networks with the highest staking rates were Aptos, Su, Minasilana and Cosmos. However, these higher staking rates led to a decrease in staking yields with an average yield dropping to 10 .2%. Blake, do you want to explain a little bit more about this to the listener and why that drop in yield occurs? Yeah, of course. So, you know, these layer one blockchains and sometimes layer two chains, they incentivise their token holders to stake their tokens to validate transactions on the network. So it's kind of like a clearinghouse, they're lending their computing power and they're staking a financial incentive to say that, hey, we're trustworthy, we should be allowed to verify your transactions on the network. And this contributes to the security and the robustness as well as the availability of the blockchain. So as a result, the fees that you pay with your transactions on the blockchain go... Towards that yield. But there is a yield curve. And what I mean by that is that the more people that stake, the safer the network becomes. And that means proportionally, everyone will get a smaller percentage of the total fees that are being generated by the network. When there are less people staking, there's a larger incentive for more people to stake because people are getting proportionally more rewards on the network. So blockchains some have your higher rewards, others have less. I think Ethereum... Yeah, what's with Ethereum then? You're getting about four and a half percent per annum, probably not too dissimilar to what you would get in a bank account. And then you're contributing, it's kind of like a term deposit, you're contributing to the success of the network. What's interesting though is that Ethereum is on the lower end of total tokens staked proportional to the tokens on issue. With only about 22 % of all tokens on the Ethereum network being staked and validating transactions. So this is a slow process, but I think that overall, we can expect that these numbers increase over time as the tooling and the infrastructure for easy staking becomes available. Because there are risks associated with it. If you mess it up, you could lose your coins. Yeah, that is a little bit risky. Well, it's still a bit of a return on the bank, obviously. Yeah, that's right. If you're putting in a term deposit, it's quite similar. Okay, interesting. Well, we can put a link to that report in the show notes if everyone wants to read it. That's a good idea. Let's do that. We'll pop that in there for anyone that wants to delve a little further into staking. Moving on for an update on the SBF trial. In an unusual move, Sam Bankman -Fried was questioned without the jury present. We weren't sure whether he was actually going to stand and be questioned himself, but he was. While answering questions from both the defense and the prosecution, they asked the jury to leave. This is last Friday that this happened, and apparently the judge wanted to have a conversation with just him on his own. So this happened last Friday break, but then he was on the stand again yesterday, correct? Correct, yes. Then yesterday, he took the stand to be questioned again and by both his lawyer and by the prosecution. SBF had largely offered vague responses to date, often stating that he does not recall conversations or statements that he made in the past. In fact, he said, I don't recall more than 100 times in court on Monday, many times with regard to aspects of allegations directly involved in the theft of about $10 billion from FTX users. So that's basically all he's saying at the moment. He does not recall. That's his line. I think it was left there yesterday, and he's got one more day on the stand today. Tomorrow our time. So we'll see how that's going, but he's sticking with this story that he basically does not remember a lot, and he's denying any wrongdoing. And apparently the judge was none too happy with his time on the stand either. I don't think she's a big fan. So we will see how that goes, but that is the end of the questioning now, and I think they deliberate for the next two or three weeks, and then we'll get some kind of result. Moving on, folks. It's time to unveil our newest segment. It is Dobbin Degen. We want you to spill the crypto beans on one of your friends who is a real degenerate, whether they're riding pumps to the moon with speculative tokens or maybe selling their car to buy an NFT or meme coins. Maybe they've believed in the most obscure, unbelievable project that's really to their detriment, and they can't see reality. We've all got one of those mates. Some more than others, maybe. So drop us an email and Dobbin a mate for a chance to share their epic crypto adventures with the public. You can do this anonymously via an email or leave us a voice message. We'll put the details in the show notes below, and we'll read out the funniest stories that we receive. That's right, Trace. We have made all the mistakes in the book, and we've seen our friends and family make all the mistakes as well. From punting on shitcoins, leverage trading, speculative yield farming, and buying stupid looking JPEGs hoping that somebody in the future will buy them for a higher price. We've learned from our mistakes though, Tracee, and that's why we offer a product like Bamboo, because the DCA strategy is a tried and tested strategy for investing particularly into a volatile asset class. And our customers are yielding great results from that strategy even through the bear market. So Dobbin a DJ, so we can learn from their mistakes and have a laugh along the way. Absolutely. So this week, we are Dobbin in a mate of ours, aren't we Blake? That's right. We don't want to name and shame him completely, so let's call him Rod Sturges. Blake, what has Rod been up to? Rod's certainly a character, and I think he typifies this segment. And I've got a couple stories. There's probably many you could have chosen from. That Rod has. Well, first of all, he is a big fan of the Project Star Atlas. I don't know if anyone else has heard about this, but it's a metaverse game, a futuristic metaverse game.
A highlight from Episode 69: The Cult of the Alpha Male: Andrew Tate and the Red-Pill Movement An Interview with John Bloedel
"Hey, welcome back to Let's Talk About It with Jackie and Megan. We like to talk about things that are messy, awkward, hard or controversial, and create a space for healing. Well, hey, everyone, welcome back to Let's Talk About It with Jackie and Megan. Today we are joined by John, who is my husband, and we are going to be talking today about the phenomenon of red pilled men and the cult of the alpha male. So John, before we start, do you want to just tell our listeners and watchers a little about who you are? Yeah, I am obviously married to Megan. I'm a digital marketer for Live Action, which is a pro -life media organization. I'm currently working on my Masters of Divinity from Moody Theological Seminary, which I should be graduating in the spring with my full MDiv. So really excited for that. And in armchair for enthusiasm internet culture broadly. And so this is something that I feel is a bit idiosyncratic for a Christian man to know a lot about. But it's something that has in recent months become really kind of a big deal when it comes to the conversations between men and women specifically within Christianity. So yeah, that's a bit about me. I like to online culture. And Christians, especially Christians in ministry is rather like two roads that don't really meet. A lot of pastors or priests are very not familiar with internet culture. Even like youth pastors who are working with younger generations are not always super adept at internet culture. So I think it is a unique crossover. But for people who aren't familiar at all, what is the red pilled movement? And how did it start? Yeah, that's kind of a big question because because it's internet culture, it's completely decentralized. You might be familiar with the term red pilled used in kind of its memetic way where it's used sarcastically for someone that has socially a inept opinion or is kind of a radical in some way. But right now, if it's used as a signifier of a movement, if someone is using it like red pilled male or alpha male, it's most likely in reference to a movement that has been around for quite some time actually. The red pill movement is kind of apparent to a movement called MGTOW, which is an acronym for men going their own way. MGTOW got started on the heels of kind of the rad femme movements in the early 2000s. This was very like web 2 .0, early internet culture, I think the forum is actually still around for it. And this movement was men basically checking out from society, checking out from relationships with women, as well. It was very much rooted in this idea that as much as society was trying to focus on women's struggles, men still bore the brunt. This is not me saying this, this is their position. The idea that, you know, if you look at the statistics, men still make up 95 % of workplace workplace deaths and injuries. Men, by and large, get ignored by the court systems and divorce, they lose custody. Men, by and large, don't actually get as much social welfare as women do. They experience heavier sentencing when it comes to criminal trespasses, and on and on it goes. And so the MGTOW movement was this idea that as society tries to focus more on women, men need to focus more on themselves and check out and focus on their own needs instead. This kind of also coincided with the men's rights activists movement, which was concerned with a lot of the same things. It was less radical, and it was a bit more egalitarian. But this was very much what was in the air in kind of mid to late 2000s into the early 2010s. And then the red pill movement kind of comes along and explodes all of this into being less of a third way -ism, a different way that men could interact with society, which was kind of more quiet reserved, just checking out from things and focusing on themselves, to actively hostile and actively rejecting what would be considered social orthodoxy, where society says men and women are equal, red pill says men and women are not equal. Men are smarter, men are stronger. Men should use this to their advantage in every way. The red pill movement in that way is obviously very misogynistic and very sexist. A lot of people would tend to argue it's not, and that making that accusation shows you don't understand it. But that's just coping for the reality of the situation. It's kind of that double thing that's there, because they do understand that they are swimming in the wake of the MGTOW movement, and they're attempting to say, well, men have been put upon for so long, and society doesn't care about men's issues. So we're going to finally start caring about ourselves. So to a certain degree, if you question this within the halls of kind of the accepted red pill orthodoxy, people will just kind of assume you hate men, people will assume you don't really care about men, and they'll say, okay, well, you know, we're finally standing up for ourselves. And so you don't want us to be happy. No, it's just very, just because we don't hold the idea that men should be ascendant socially and use and abuse women doesn't necessarily make you a sexist. So it's, it's very difficult to disconnect it from the overblown and rather melodramatic claims of men's rights activists and the men going their own way movement, because that's very much where its roots are. That was a lot. I'm like completely foreign to this whole world. I feel like I'd never heard the term men's rights activists just until now. I, I feel like I only started to see or understand this movement at all with the introduction of Andrew Tate, which I don't really know a ton about him, even just that apparently he's not a great guy. But I've even seen some Christians. I have heard all this terrible, all these terrible things about him, but then some Christians are promoting him. So what is the deal with Andrew Tate and how he's connected to all of this? So this is an area where my expertise in internet culture actually pays dividends. I've been following Andrew Tate's stuff for three or four years now. So Andrew Tate, his personal history is him and by extension, his brother Tristan Tate got their start in international kickboxing. So they were martial artists and they were, they were good at that. They won money doing that. They are genuinely talented in that area. But I mean, cutting to the quick, they are both sex trafficking, abusive men who should be buried under the prison. They, they are not good people. They are arrogant, bordering on sociopathic liars, narcissists, and manipulators. And the way that Andrew Tate is connected to all of this is after he got out of the martial arts world, he started running scams online under the name Cobra Tate. That was his Twitter account. When I first found him in late 2019 and his website, you'll hear a lot about a hustlers university. And you'll hear a lot of them talking about their webcam business, which is actually what they're being investigated for and charged with and tried for right now is they were sex traffickers and pornographers. So, but that was only one part of what he offered on his website. His website was actually very strange and oddly schizophrenic. It offered all sorts of bizarre trainings, one of which was like this weird military training where he was alleging that he could train people how to be some type of elite special forces unit. It's it was very strange, but the biggest part of it that he was selling was this hustlers university, which was effectively a crypto scam combined with how to abuse women into making webcam pornography for you to sell online. And I'm sure you're thinking how does this turn into the red pill? A major part of the red pill is actually marketing because the way that Andrew Tate exploded onto the scene because I was following him this entire time just because I thought he was funny and you know. So what he did was he used a decentralized marketing plan. So he used about a thousand followers back when shorts were still kind of a new thing in terms of internet culture like TikTok, Instagram and YouTube. And part of his hustlers university was he was offering bonuses to followers of his who would start their own YouTube channels and repost shorts of his appearances on these podcasts, which is by and large where most people first saw him. They were short form video content of him saying bombastic things about women, bombastic things about sex, bombastic things about the power of masculinity. So he actually rose to fame in the red pill kind of manosphere movement because of marketing. And that's kind of how the misogynistic podcast personality became an ascendant part of this culture. It's part of the reason why you've kind of seen even Christians dealing with this because this very much did come out of nowhere and it is it is impossible to understand the red pill without short form video content because of how Andrew Tate used it. It was very much a scam. It was very much a marketing plan and it played on again this feeling of unfairness that certain men had and this idea that if you kind of bandage the wounds of the man that has been put upon that he would kind of become loyal to you. So Andrew Tate specifically who's kind of the number one guy for that movement 100 % marketing, 100 % a scam artist. So I can understand where like you were saying men who feel like they've been wronged by society or maybe have not had a women would be like drawn to someone like Andrew Tate who is like saying these very extreme things. But I think what confuses me is when Christian men are drawn into this. So what do you feel like is fueling the interest in the manosphere among especially Christian men specifically? I think being reactionary is broadly always going to feel more cathartic than attempting to be constructive. In that way I think a lot of Christian conservative men look at almost anyone who is not liberal and I'm not saying red pill is conservative either. It's just anyone who's not liberal even anti -liberal they view them as co -travelers which is I don't need to tell you that's dumb. Don't do that. And so what happens is anyone who's saying well you know third wave fourth wave feminism oh it's cancerous to men. Wow. So brave. That's not something that's worthy enough for us to travel together when we're attempting to do something new. So I think for a lot of conservative Christian men they suffer from the same issues that the MGTOW men had which is they view a society that is increasingly hostile towards biblical masculinity and biblical femininity for that matter and they think that anything that is anti -liberal is going to assist them in you know this battle. And it's not going to obviously because the biblical model of masculinity and the biblical model of femininity cannot be affirmed by people who have an axe to grind against the other sex. That's just never going to be possible. And what are Christian's responses I'm just curious too you were saying that he was manipulating women into producing webcam pornography and all of these awful things that are just very blatantly against Christianity. What is their response to these Christian men that are following Andrew Tate or are supporting Andrew Tate? I would say one half of them obviously just don't know. I don't believe ignorance is an excuse but obviously it should weigh in the balance if someone genuinely doesn't know and immediately goes oh I feel embarrassed now I'm gonna you know put my hand over my mouth in embarrassment and I'll never do it again okay fine whatever. I'd say the other half I actually wrote an article about this on my medium. The other half are willing to condemn the bad things about him but are kind of saying let's not throw the baby out with the bathwater. Okay right they're saying I believe one tweet I reference in my article says he calls men to a kind of excellence but it's a truncated form of excellence. No he doesn't. He doesn't call anyone to form of excellence. He's a degenerate pervert trafficker, a violent trafficker at that. If you actually read the court documents which I have that he's this it's it's a smoking gun that he was abusive. When I say trafficking I mean that in the real sense of the word. He was keeping women from leaving a compound. He he literally had women in prison. So again the worst of the worst and so it's one of these instances where it's either ignorance of the situation because they didn't sacrificing the good things that there are and the simplest response this is to go you shall know them by their fruit. There's how are you forgetting that basic principle of this? This is nothing but bad fruit. You don't need a big name personality to make your point for you. Make your point and then move on. Don't try and yoke yourself to someone like everything that he says is happening was happening which Tucker Carlson gave him a platform which was just despicable and that's where a lot of Christian men got their first interaction with Andrew Tate and he simply lied the entire time about what he did. But even if this was some massive conspiracy that he was the victim of it wouldn't change the fact that he admits and talks about being a womanizer. He admits and talks about making money off of producing pornography. He admits and talks about having multiple partners being the normal way that men are. If you think that there's anything good in that movement to affirm I'm I'm not going to listen to you and frankly I think you should probably stop talking. What is it that he's saying that they feel like like when you're saying don't throw the baby out with the bathwater what is it that they feel has merit or that is good just that men should be masculine? Right and that that's the issue it's men should be masculine because masculinity is what men do and and it's circular reasoning a lot of them won't ever really define what it is because that's the very live cultural conversation that we should be having. What does biblical masculinity look like today? That's a massive conversation that needs to be had what does biblical femininity look like today? That's again a massive conversation that's one not going to be easily marketed on YouTube shorts so you're not going to get any you know massive fame or acclaim for saying it. It's probably going to be rather boring because biblical masculinity is power under control. That's an important thing. One of the things that someone like Jordan Peterson who I've warmed to over time one of the things that Jordan Peterson talks about is that you know you can't be a man unless you're dangerous but the whole point of becoming dangerous is you're controlling that and that's the point. Grace is power under control but that's not sexy that's not fun that's not getting into cage fights making lots of money and having any woman that you want. Power under control is humility. Humility, self -control, chastity, all of these things they aren't the Samson killing thousands of Philistines with a jawbone kind of testosterone soaked Arnold Schwarzenegger and predator levels of masculinity that we want but these are all broken forms of masculinity and so Andrew Tate comes along and kind of goes well wait societies throughout the millennia have had men that were actually dangerous and it was normative throughout all of history for men to have multiple partners and my response to that is to go you're right we also didn't have penicillin back then. There's a lot of things about the modern era that are better because Christianity came along and fixed them. The ugly truth about the majority of human history having polygamy is because 20 percent of the men had 80 percent of the women. There's a reason eunuchs existed. There's a reason why it is shown to be such an awful thing when David takes Bathsheba and kills Uriah and it's compared to a sheep. This was the way it worked. Women were a good to be consumed. Christianity comes along and makes it that one man and one woman in a chaste marriage is the most important thing for societal cohesion and it's worked and history proves that which is why I'm so confused when Christian men come along and go well Andrew Tate is calling him to a kind of excellence. No he's calling them to degradation of society. Well men should be dangerous. If what you're saying is that hey if you're carrying around an extra 35 pounds after the holiday season go for a run get back into shape so that you could in a pinch defend your wife and kids. Say that. You can say that. That's okay. You can be a bit more humble in what you say. You don't have to come out and agree with everything Andrew Tate says because in his mind masculinity is nothing short of who he is incarnate. He is a consummate narcissist. In his mind unless you've had multiple violent altercations with other men, beaten them, and also had multiple very very grotesque sexual encounters you're not really a man. So it's suffering from a bad view of masculinity and a bad view of femininity at that. I saw that he was on Candace Owens interviewed him like featured him for like a three hour interview. Did you watch that? No I don't watch anything with that because I don't want to give them clicks or reach because I know that's how he got it. Yeah I didn't either but apparently her reaction to him was that he is or her opinion on him is that he's a reaction to a culture or to what is happening in society. And what I think that she's saying is that he is just a reaction to very radical feminism which I think that you kind of mentioned but could you explain more how this movement is connected to I kind of want to revisit the idea of ignorance versus you know half condemnations. I think for a large portion of young men who are taken in by this red pill movement who are younger there is a genuine sense of confusion because what feminism has done specifically the bad kind of feminism has lowered the playing field when it comes to what is societally acceptable. Whereas the original feminism was men act like pigs we're going to call them to better behavior. Now it is men act like pigs so we are free to act like pigs. Additionally the level of equality due to the of madness transgenderism and this idea that gender fluidity is a thing and that yes science actually does say men and women are exactly the same. I think amongst young men there's this failure to comprehend what masculinity is and what grace is which is again it's power under control. And so they're kind of looking at this and going well if women are equal in every single way and they demand to be taken seriously I don't understand how I'm doing anything wrong by just playing the game. I think there's a certain level where a lot of young men have genuinely believed this idea that men and women are equal in the sense that there are no distinctions between them even at the ontological level at the spiritual level there's no distinction.
A highlight from CONQUER THE WORLD - Andrew Tate Motivational Speech
"The world's over in 2030. Why go to the gym? Why get strong? Why work hard? Why get rich? Why be funny? Why be charismatic? Why do anything? It doesn't matter the world's gonna end sit in your pod wait for the food delivery That's what they want from all of us They want all of us have absolutely no ambition and to sit there and be slave -minded It's very difficult to resist enslavement if you need the government to eat I find it amazing that men will sit and watch movies about prisoners of war in japan Or watch movies about men who go to war and risk their lives or watch all these hero movies And they have admiration for the hero and they believe Themselves to be some version of a hero and then they're too afraid to say no to putting on a mask If you're not gonna say no to putting on a mask don't watch hero movies anymore because you're certainly not a hero You are one of the villains. You're not even the one of the important villains You're not one of the villains with the name. You're the stupid little henchmen who get beaten up Those guys were on screen for a flash of a second and die without consequence Nobody even cares or mentions them again their family don't even get to give them a duel. They're nobodies You're a nobody villain. You're not even an important one the important villains. You know their names. You're a number You're not a name if you're gonna watch superhero movies You don't put a mask on your fucking face And if you want to be a superhero in life, you need to understand that for 80 % of the movie You're gonna suffer for 80 % of the movie you're going to lose watch any superhero movie for 80 % of the movie It is nothing but pain and frustration and difficulty and when your life is that way You have a chance to grow into something fantastic and you should thank god for every difficult thing. He puts in your path Let's talk about your brother. I have seen him really kicking ass out there and he's an amazing guy Let's talk about tristan I have the best brother on the planet and he's the best brother on the planet because we are a team and we are a Truly unbreakable team and we've always been a team. I can't imagine up. There's never been a point in our lives We were not a team. We've been a team since the absolute beginning and two brothers are worth 10 men Two brothers are worth 10 friends and that's just how we are as men and we approach everything together He has said to me repeatedly they better not put you in jail without me They better put us both in jail. If you're going to jail i'm going to I was about to say What was it like in jail? Let's talk about that It's kind of interesting because we drew strength from the fact that we knew the other was being strong at all times And that gives you an incredible source of strength Like I knew he was being a man and he knew I was being a man when enough men get in a room and get pissed Off we'll charge at machine guns It's amazing what you could do to the male psyche when you have men around you who are brave We can literally go over the top of the trench. It's incredible what can happen? So that's the biggest source of strength for me and my brother We'll walk in the same room give each other a nod don't even say a word and we're instantly ready to die Because we've always been that way and I only like hanging around with men who think that way and that's why another reason If you want to apply it to society one of the reasons they attack masculine friendships so heavily and try and make out like men shouldn't be friends and Being friends with men is gay and all this garbage They try and destroy it because they want men lonely because as a lonely man You're much easier to kill The problem they're having is that we're telling the truth and we're repeatedly telling the truth and we have morals and we have standards And we're standing up for what we know is right and we're standing up for god and we're doing the right thing So how do they attack us? It's very difficult to say we're not principled or intelligent or correct So instead they have to say we're bad people So to say somebody's a bad person what you do is you weaponize a virtue you say he's misogynistic or he's homophobic Or you find some virtue and you put it into a bullet and you shoot it at them And it's all just character assassination tactics They can't say we lie because we tell the truth and we keep repeatedly being proven telling the truth So instead they have to assassinate our characters. That is their primary goal and objective and that's why the process itself is a punishment I tell you the bbc In the in the 18 months the bbc have been printing about me being a human trafficker because they've done An article a day every day for 18 months three staff members of the bbc have been caught committing sexual crimes Three of their own staff it's mentioned for a day maximum two and then it goes away and here I am 18 months later still Going through the grinder of endless character assassination. It's insane You're either on their team and they protect you or you're against them on the side of god and truth And they're absolutely out to destroy you every single thing that msm say is a fucking lie and I apologize for swearing But it is a lie everything I read in these papers. All of it is a lie head to toe now it is a damn fucking lie, but perhaps you should put the Solitary confinement workout book out i'm serious because we're going to find it post I saw it like a day of you came out you were working out and like you had a swartzenegger ours What was your regimen in there? Yeah, so I I knew the guards were watching me and i'm stubborn And I believe that every time I did push -ups and they saw me doing them I believed in my heart it annoyed them And I am a very stubborn man because they wanted me to be sad and broken Every time they saw me I was sweating and training and every single time they'd check They saw nothing but a lion who refused to stop doing push -ups and they didn't want to do push -ups. They were too lazy They're sitting around they're the guards They're not doing anything and every single time they checked me for weeks and weeks and weeks All I did was train and I found the motivation to do it by knowing that it bothered them that I refused to quit I'm stubborn like that. I and I don't even know if it's true All I know is that I can adopt a mental model which makes me as competitive as possible and I Decided my push -ups bothered them and they were the ones who were keeping me locked in a room So I will do push -ups at them. I didn't do push -ups for me. I did push -ups at them Endlessly if I was awake, I was doing push -ups or I was resting preparing for my next set at them It was my only weapon of defiance How many did you do a day? Thousands 1500 1600 today. Oh my god Man I remember feeling sorry for you and worried about you and then I saw you When you boiled out of there, I was like, what the hell think about a superhero movie? A man is unfairly imprisoned in a romanian jail cell and trained so hard. He emerges stronger than ever before that is a movie You get to live a movie as a man if all you had was some balls Even you think about your movie. You're literally saving the world predicting the future Our movies i'm the most google man alive we are living movie scripts Why because we have bravery most men sit there and wonder why they're depressed because you don't get to live a movie You're not the main character of anything You're not even a secondary character in anyone else's movie or an unimportant nobody because you were afraid your entire life You've lived like a coward your whole life. You were afraid of what might happen if you have some balls And then you wonder why you're depressed i'd be depressed if I was you of course your life sucks I'd rather go to jail as me that lived free as you because when you're free, you can't even do anything You can't go where you want. You're broke. You can't have sex girls don't want you. You can't speak because no one listens So what are you free to do? You're more in jail than I ever was when I was at jail I was getting thousands of love letters from beautiful women around the world every single tweet I put out was watched by millions of people I wasn't in jail most of these people who have lived with cowardice in an attempt to preserve their freedom aren't even free And that's what they don't understand. They're enslaved worse than I ever have been or ever will be my mind is free I'm allowed to think what I want to think and say what I want to say They have thoughts and they go. Hmm. Don't know if I should say that they second -guess themselves. They're their own worst enemy Every single part of me is on my team. I have enemies who want me dead fine But every single part of me my mind my hands my legs every single part of me is on my team My body doesn't second -guess itself. My mind doesn't turn on itself We don't break and self -sabotage.
A highlight from IT'S TIME TO CHANGE - Andrew Tate Motivational Speech
"How to become the best versions of yourself, because manhood is exceptionally hard and life is hard. But how you shape yourself will determine how hard it is for you and how miserable it will be. I want everybody here who's watching this, I consider this a matter of social responsibility. I want you to pull up a chair and eliminate all the distractions because I'm going to speak to each and every one of you as if you were my son or a student or someone I'm trying to mentor. I'm going to imagine that all of you know nothing. We're talking from the complete ground. I've said this many times in many different iterations on different podcasts, but I want to repeat it again. As a man, there is no easy life. If you're looking for an easy life, you should have been a girl. You made a mistake. Your life is not about being easy. Your life is not about being happy. Your life is always going to be difficult. All of the pain you feel, all of the sadness you feel, you're supposed to feel as a man and you have two effective binary choices. You either go through the suffering and go through the trauma and go through the hardship it takes to be a man of value or you suffer eternity as a nobody. And being invisible, I would argue, is almost worse. You can have a very stress -free life if you work in Starbucks. You don't care about the Starbucks once you clock off. You're not at work at the time. You go home, you play video games and you exist until you die. That's stress -free, but you have to suffer being a nobody. Alternatively, you can go out there into the world, try and implement your mark on the world, work hard, try to get rich, more money, more problems. You can try and start a business, the stress of that. You can lose your girlfriend because all you're doing is working. This is a new level of stress, a new level of trauma, but at least you'll be a somebody at the end of it. There's two ways to suffer. You either suffer as becoming a somebody or you suffer as a perpetual and forever nobody. What did Napoleon say? He said, glory is fleeting, but obscurity is forever. Absolutely. Glory is fleeting, but obscurity is forever. And when he says fleeting, that's a really good point because everything in life is rented, especially your glory as a man. When you have a good body, it is not a good body as complete. It's not finished. You haven't completed the task. You have rented that good physical condition. You must train every day to retain it. So everything is rented your body. You don't just get a good body and you're done. You still have to go to the gym every day to maintain that good body. You don't just get a hot girl and it's done. You still have to work hard for her to always love you and respect you. You don't just start a business and now you're rich. No, you have to start a business and work on that business every day. If you take your eye off the business, it will fail. Everything in life is rented. So when he says glory is fleeting, he's also absolutely not the correct because glory is fleeting and you have to constantly and endlessly work for it and make sure that you never stop. Otherwise it will be taken from you. But obscurity is forever. If you never make a mark on the world, then you effectively never existed. And when you're gone, nobody will care. The reason our father is discussed at length is because of who me and Tristan are. And the reason we will be discussed forever is because who our sons will become. And that's very important because you have a duty to your ancestors and you have a duty to God. So you must make a choice. And this is genuine choice to you people at home. Do you want to live in obscurity forever and be invisible and not matter and have an easier life? I would argue that it's not easier because in your heart and in your soul you're going to feel guilty knowing you could have been something you're not and you have a duty to your ancestors and to God to be the best version of yourself. Or do you want to try your absolute best and struggle and suffer every day of your life paying the rent for all of the amazing things around you? We pay endless rent. We pay rent for our bodies. We pay rent for our relationships. We pay rent to keep our kids. We pay rent to keep our business. We pay rent to keep our freedom. Every single day is work to pay the rent. It's absolutely never -ending and you have to make that choice. So if you have a pen and paper in front of you, you need to decide do you want to be invisible with a lower rent bill or do you want to be important and work hard and suffer to make sure that the rent is paid. It's a choice you must make and it's binary and you must be extremely dedicated towards the decision you finally make.
A highlight from PROVE THEM WRONG - Andrew Tate Motivational Speech
"Fakery, dishonesty, and treachery is always going to be despised and disgusting to men, and also by extension, women. I'll give you an example, the reason Harry and Meghan argue all the time, the reason Meghan hates Harry, and you could sit them down in front of a thousand therapists and they'll never be told the truth, but Andrew Tate, the top G, top striker, number one most compenuous, intelligent person on the planet knows the truth, because I understand human interaction absolutely and utterly, and I'll tell you why Meghan can't stand Harry. Because Harry sold his family out for money, and Meghan told him to do it, and he still did it, and although she instructed him to, she is still disgusted by seeing a man commit treachery, high treason on the royal family. A woman will sit there and go, I told you to betray your family, and you listened, but now you're a snake, how can I trust and love a snake? How can you want to build a family with that man? How can you want to spend the rest of your life with a snake, with a traitor? Never. So by complying, by giving her what she thought she wanted, and what he thought she wanted, he destroyed his own self -image in her eyes, and she will never respect it. Humans hate treachery, and that's why it's so important, if you want to be charismatic, like I said earlier, you need to have honor, doing what's right because it's your duty, you need to honor your word, you need to be reliable, dependable, and loyal, and never stab anybody in the back, because no matter how smart you do it, no matter how much money you make for doing it, no matter how smart you are, thinking you'll never get caught, it's like a stench that will follow you, and I guarantee if any of you come up to me on the street and say, hey, Top G, can I get a picture, et cetera, if you've ever sold your soul, or betrayed your brother, or betrayed a man you knew for some pussy, or talked to your friend, your best friend's girl, or tried to fuck your friend's ex, or any of this dumb shit, I will smell it on you, I will instantly be able to tell you are a worm, because I have those levels of detection, and so do most humans, do not betray people, it is never worth it in the end, but if you're a traitor, look at the movie 300, why do they lose? That traitor, no one respects traitors, and like you said, you made a fantastic point, in every single civilization since the dawn of time, the most heinous and disgusting torture methods and punishments were always for traitors. So all you could do today is to expel them absolutely and utterly from your life. You cannot expel them from the world anymore, because we live in a civilized society, but you need to have absolutely zero interaction with anyone who's ever betrayed you, even for a little bit, if someone steals a hundred dollars from you once, it doesn't matter. The least attractive female to me on the planet is the ex of my friend. I don't care how gorgeous she was, and my friends have gorgeous girlfriends, and I don't care how beautiful she is, and I don't care how nice she is, and I don't care how badly she wants me, you've been with one of my friends, or somebody I know, I can't explain how unattractive you are to me, because my soul, yeah you're dead to me, my soul is not worth selling for some sex, I refuse to do, I will not be a coward or a traitor, just to get my dick wet, that's not who I am, and the fact that so many out here even contemplate that is disgusting, and also another thing that's very important, if you're hanging around with snakes, you're probably a snake yourself, because if you weren't a snake yourself, you'd have high value friends, and the reason you can't have high value friends is because they can smell your snakes, you end up having to hang around with snakes, if you become a better man, and you stop putting anything above your honor, above your creed, above your respect to your ancestors and to your last name, you're gonna have friends that do the exact same thing, I'll tell you something now, me and my boys, the war room, Tristan, my friends, I could leave my girlfriend in a prison cell with them for 20 years, nothing will happen, I would bet my life on it, because I bet my life on it, because that's how we operate, we operate on our first, and most of you men don't have that out there, and then you wonder why women look at you and think you're a little bitch, and then you sit there and complain about women as a whole and say women are disrespectful, well I'll be honest with you, most of you deserve absolute disrespect, if you were a better man, if you were the man you were supposed to be, they wouldn't be disrespecting you, you built yourself into a fucking coward, you're hanging around with a bunch of snakes, you are a snake, and you wonder why women don't have anything to do with you, you deserve it, absolutely it's life or death, and you need certainty, and a lot of certainty comes from one, testing your circle, and God will give you those chances to test your circle, but also being certain within yourself, because if you're truly certain within yourself, you don't have the ability to detect whether other people are certainly about it, unless you are certainly about it, takes one to know one, real recognizes real, when you're truly a G, you can spot if somebody is truly a G, if you're faking it, you're gonna fall for people who fake it, and that's why it's so important, another thing I wanna say is that real men are not brutes, we are not cavemen, this idea, I see a lot of people online talking like cavemen, talking like brutes, and what they're trying to do, is they're masking any kindness they have, and they're afraid to be soft, they think they have to talk like rude cavemen to people, because they don't have any genuine bravery, and what they're trying to do is make up for bravery, if you are a brave man, and men know you are brave, and you've done brave things, and women know you are brave, and they know that if you're afraid you will act anyway and do the right thing you're supposed to do to honor your ancestors and honor your bloodline, if they know that even if you are afraid you will still make the brave choice, and live with honor, then you don't have to be a caveman to women, you can be the nicest man on earth, you and I are extremely polite, extremely kind, and nobody thinks we're a bitch, to everybody, especially to females, we're extremely nice, and extremely kind, and nobody thinks we're punks, and nobody thinks we're a bitch, because they know that we are brave, if you've done genuinely brave things, you then get to go through the world and be an extremely nice person, and nobody will take you for granted, you're seeing a home saying nice guy finishes last, if you're nice to people they take you for granted, because you've never done anything brave, if you do genuinely brave things, and you live a genuinely honorable brave life, you get to be nice to everybody, and they are nice to you back, and all of a sudden you seem to have very nice relationships, and a very nice reality, we are very nice to every female we ever speak to, and they are all nice to us, I thought women were broken, if I meet a woman in Miami, I meet a woman in Mauritius, I meet a woman anywhere on the planet, you can name it, doesn't matter, they're all nice to me, and I am nice to them, if women are so broken, how come every female I ever interact with is exceptionally nice, you are broken, you are broken as men, women are not broken, you are broken, and women are waking up looking around at the men around them saying, why should I treat any of these men with respect, they're all cowards, they're all liars, the ones who want to come across as high value are nothing more than big mouths, they're sitting there running their mouth with no genuine capability, insulting people, belittling people, being rude, and they think that makes them high value, what have they done that genuinely makes them brave, what honor do they display, how do they make their ancestors proud of them, how do they show God they are the best possible versions of themselves, they don't do any of those things and they're sitting here telling me that women are broken and I should be submissive to him, why would I be submissive to an idiot like that, it's not women, it's completely and utterly your fault, lots of men think they need to be little women to assert their manhood, and that's not the truth, you never need to belittle a woman to assert your manhood, if I meet a woman, a brand new woman, and I end up in love with her, she's gonna get flowers, she's gonna fly on private jets, she's gonna be in five star hotels, she's gonna be driving around in a Bugatti, she's gonna be living the best possible life, I'm not gonna belittle her, I'm not gonna insult her, I'm not gonna call her names, I'm not gonna try to make her feel bad about herself, but you know who will? People on the internet, people on the internet, because they know deep down they're insecure and they have no real world achievements, I don't have to do those things, I can be the nicest man in the world, and if she doesn't treat me with the respect I deserve, then of course, all of those things will end, but she will be naturally inclined to treat me with the respect I deserve, because she knows that I am nice by choice, that I'm an extremely brave and capable man, and she feels genuine respect from me in her heart, and it's that genuine feeling which can't be replicated. A lot of people I see are also talking like women are the enemy. Women are not your enemy. They're the best thing about life. They're the best thing about life. They can give you children. There's nothing better than having a woman who is truly in love with you, who truly cares about you. When you're sick, you don't want your boys, you want a woman. Yes. There's nothing better than waking up with a woman who would do anything for you, there's nothing better than walking around the house and catching a woman just staring at you just because you're built like fucking Hercules. Trust me, I'll tell you, there's nothing better about it. Women are not your enemy. The idea of never having a woman who adores you and never having children raised in a household with a woman who is feminine and a man who is masculine is your enemy. You should be afraid of never having a future of a wife who truly loves you and never having children who truly respect you and never being capable enough to know that you have security within your relationship. And that is your enemy. And that's not women.
A highlight from VALUE YOURSELF - Andrew Tate Motivational Speech
"He is supposed to do regardless of how he feels. You must train when you don't feel like training. You must protect when you don't feel like protecting. You must be a good man. And when you're actually a truly good man and a high value man, this is something I absolutely realized in jail. What did I say to you? I think we were in jail about two months. It was one of the harder days. It was during Ramadan and I lost 30 % of my food to cockroaches. The hard days. The hard days. And unfortunately, I had one meal a day, but the meal came during the sunshine. So I had to try and protect my food from infestation until the sun went down. And I remember losing most of the food for the day. And I was particularly upset because I had trained so hard, my muscles were aching and I couldn't get any food. And only once a day, once a day. And I said to you, I said, Tristan, I have no problem suffering if the people I love are not suffering. My children are taken care of. The women I love are taken care of. My mother is taken care of. Everybody around me is fine. Even if they've been taken care of, is taken care of and is protected and is living good. I must suffer because I am a man. I am the head of my empire. I'm the head of the clan. Of course I will suffer, but the people I love are not suffering. This is what God has bestowed upon important men since the beginning of time. When you're a man, absolutely you're right. It is our job to suffer so the people around us do not suffer. And that's why if you're a man and you're waking up every day and you're not trying your very best to be important or upgrade yourself or upgrade your character, you're lacking motivation and you have a serious problem because it is your job to be capable of dealing with the insurmountable pressure which God is going to put upon you so that when you suffer everyone around you does well. Our lives are set up that even if they throw us in a dungeon today, everybody we love will be okay forever. And that is what's most important. That's the most important thing. That's success. And that was absolute comforting. That was absolutely comforting in jail when we discussed that and we said, everyone we love is okay. You and I just have to look through this and that's absolutely and utterly comforting. And if you're a man sitting at home right now, you need to sit and say, okay, if they plucked me from my life, if they picked me up and threw me in a room and locked me in a jail cell, which can happen, which can happen to anybody, especially as they continue these matrix attacks on masculinity as a whole. Would your wife have a roof over her head? Would your children eat? Would your family be okay? Think about these things. These is what you're working for. You're not working to make money so you can buy a Lamborghini. You're working to make money and you're thinking outside of the box and you're becoming your best version of yourself. So all the people around you will always be okay no matter what happens. It is your job as a man to suffer. And we did our job fantastically, absolutely and utterly as we should. We always will. And we always will. And everybody around us was okay. And that is extremely comforting in times of hardship because we're built for suffering. We were absolutely and utterly built for suffering. No matter how close I came to crying inside of that jail cell, I knew all the people around me were safe and all the people around me could eat. And that's all I cared about. I used my phone calls when I would call other people and they were asking me how I was. I'd say, we don't want to talk about me. How are you? Are you okay? Are you okay with the media pressure? Are you okay? Are your bills paid? Do you have money? Can you eat? I'm in a jail cell in Romania. I'm making sure that everyone I love is okay. I don't need their support. I don't need them to sit and worry about me. I worry about them. I sat in a jail cell making sure I could fix the problems for the people I love outside in the free world from a dungeon. That is what a man does. And you must prepare and set up your life for that. You must be prepared to be plucked from life and understand that everybody around you who once relied on you will still be relying on you. Even when you sit in that jail cell, it's still up to you. You are still the man of the household. You are still the top G of your life. Only you. And if you don't pay the bills, who's going to do it? Your wife's just going to what? Go get a job, get like five jobs and raise your kids. How's she going to do that? You must be prepared for these things. That is what you're working for. So if you wake up every day as a man and you say, I don't have motivation to become strong. I don't want to work hard and get rich. I don't want to try and become financially free. What you're saying is that the second you disappear, the second you disappear from your matrix controlled job, everyone who loves you and respect you and relied on you is going to starve. How can you live that way as a man? Absolutely not really unacceptable. Outstanding in the rain.
Could Minority Report Become a Reality? Tristan Harris Weighs In
"There the possibility of doing minority report right now so that AI could predict a mass shooter on a school campus? Well, I'd have to work at or have access to the data of the companies to be able to answer that question fully accurately. But I'll tell you, just so listeners are following here, the way you would know is you would look at, OK, here is a mass shooter and you get, let's say, 100 examples of mass shooters who actually did it. Then you'd ask Facebook, show me a pattern of the last six months or year of this person's activity. Is there some pattern? Is there the kinds of groups that they were joining? Is there some kind of pattern of the kinds of things they were commenting on, the word choices they had? Is there some pattern to their usage, what they're doing, what they're talking about, who they're texting with, or just what they're saying as they're texting, if they're putting it into plans, where theoretically, yes, it would be possible for maybe Facebook to build a predictive model that says they don't know for sure, but they can say, here's a person who has a pattern of activity that looks just like the pattern of these 100 other shooters. So that brings up an ethical question. And a governance question. What should we do when you have technology companies that are privately owned, rather not publicly owned, they're on the publicly traded markets, and they can make a prediction that's accurate about what someone might do in the world? That's the first question. First question before that is, do you want the government to know and have the ability to compel a private company to run that data? Mark Zuckerberg said that before COVID, we don't have that capability. They may have it now, and I don't want to put Mark on the record to deny it now. I haven't talked to him in a year. So I will talk to Teal pretty soon, who's kind of a friend, and I'll ask him, can Palantir do this? If it can be done, it's Minority Report, it's a Tom Cruise movie, it's scary stuff. Do you want the state to have control of that? That's the big question. No, not particularly. I think it leaves us again with uncomfortable choices. So if no one is, you know, these things should be democratically decided though, right? And the real problem is that Silicon Valley is building a new digital world with, instead of a constitution, it's really their terms of service. And, you know, Larry Lessig, the Harvard professor, wrote a book called Code is Law, saying that law will be undermined by code. Code will set the norms of what people can and can't do. And increasingly that code is written by a handful of companies in California who, you know, I know there's a critique that everyone in Silicon Valley is politically biased. I think it's actually more, if you're running one of those companies, it's really about your own survival and dominance.
Tristan Harris Exposes the Truth About A.I. That You Need to Hear
"Tristan Harris is really one of the quite remarkable forces in technology these days, the co -founder of the Center for Humane Technology, along with Aza Raskin. If you've watched The Social Dilemma, you've seen a lot of my guests, Tristan. And if you have seen the A .I. dilemma, either the one that was introduced by Steve Wozniak or the one at the Aspen Ideas Festival, you were engaged by. Tristan, thank you for joining me and thanks for spending so much time with me this afternoon. My pleasure, Hugh. I'm really excited to talk about these issues. So am I. I want to begin by asking you, in terms of the sudden influx of publicity, have you been a little bit overwhelmed by that? Because I looked at the numbers on The Social Dilemma and it's hundreds of millions of views in 190 countries on 30 different languages. I don't know how fast the two presentations of The Social Dilemma are, but I think it's spreading like kudzu in Mississippi. Are you referring to the A .I. dilemma talk, you mean? Yeah, either one. Yeah, sure. Well, so, you know, The Social Dilemma came out in September 2020 and it was two months before the election. It was right in the middle of the pandemic. I think a lot of families who were at home and maybe sheltering in place, everyone was sort of cooped up and really felt the issues of social media, which we call first contact with A .I. And the reason for that is because, you know, when you open up TikTok or Instagram or Facebook or Twitter and you flick your finger up to see what's the next video it's going to show me, you literally activated one of the biggest supercomputers we've ever built, powered by all this data on what three billion other humans have actually ever watched. And it can make a prediction based on the things you've already watched, the videos you've already clicked on, the time you spent, which ones you liked, which ones you shared. And it builds a profile to make a prediction of what is the video or photo or tweet I could show you next that if I showed it to you would be the most likely to keep you here. And that's what we call the race to the bottom of the brain stem. That was first contact with A .I. And A .I. pointed at your kids brains trying just to maximize this narrow goal of what's good for engagement. What could go wrong? It doesn't sound like it's this horrible thing, right? Because you're giving people theoretically content that's more relevant to them. But as people who saw the social dilemma know about and have seen is that it's driven all these problems, these externalities, right, that no one at the companies ever intended addiction, doom, scrolling, anxiety, loneliness, sexualization of young girls, more extreme content, sorting us to the most political outrage that will make us most angry every day, you know, confirming, doubling down on confirmation bias. All humans are biased. But this is about showing people even more things that would kind of bias their thinking that confirms their worldview. And all of those effects, you know, no one anticipated. And what our work now is about is pointing the finger at this next leap in A .I. called generative A .I. The first contact with A .I. was a curation A .I., an A .I. of social media that's just curating which of the posts should I show you next just by selecting which content. And that was enough to have this really seismic impact on kids mental health and democracy and so on. But second contact with A .I. is this generative A .I. It's the reason why to your point, you know, why does it feel like the news headlines are exploding with stuff about A .I.? And there's a specific reason that progress is exploding and why the publicity is exploding. And it's because in 2017, there was actually like an Indiana Jones switch. If you remember the film Indiana Jones, which is the thing that's sitting there of the same weight, the thing that we used to call A .I. that was moving at kind of a slow and steady pace for multiple decades, everyone always freaked out about when terminators or A .I. were going to ruin the world. And that was going to take a really long time. And just to be clear, I was not worried about that. I thought that futuristic concerns about artificial intelligence were science fiction and they're going to be way off in terms of timelines. But there is a really important change that your listeners should be aware of, which is that in 2017, there was a breakthrough in this technology called Transformers. There's a paper called Attention is All You Need. And I won't bore your listeners to the details, but all you need to know is that it birthed this new kind of A .I. called large language models. They look at patterns in language. They read the text of the entire Internet. They read every verse of the Bible. They read every piece of code that's ever been written. They look at all chemistry, all biology, all images, all video, all text, and they synthesize it together into what really is capable of having a kind of general kind of intelligence. You can reason across disciplines.
A highlight from Tristan Harris, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Center for Humane Technology
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A highlight from Silicon Valley Entrepreneur, GOP Funder and Activist David Sacks
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A highlight from STOP BEING LAZY - Andrew Tate Motivational Speech
"I understand don't people who say they lack motivation in life because I'll make this extremely clear. If you're not pushing and striving for something, life is so mundane. I've always had this problem with literal crippling perpetual boredom. I was bored. I had no money. I'm carrying boxes of ice. I'm a smart guy. I'm not playing chess anymore, right? This is, I'm 34 now. So this is quite a few years ago. It's before the internet, before Facebook was all big and nothing. What do you do with your life? What's there to do? I thought the only, I need to do something which drains me so that I can go to sleep at night without frustration. And if I kickbox, if I run three miles to the gym and then fight for three hours and run three miles home, at least I can sleep. I literally couldn't sleep. I wouldn't say it's ADHD, but I was just frustrated. And then on top of that, I've always had this huge frustration in regards to money. Even though I was poor, I'd grow up around a bunch of other poor kids and we'd be walking to school or walking to college and a Ferrari would drive past and they'd go, oh, cool Ferrari. And I'd say, doesn't that annoy you? And they're like, what do you mean? And I'd be like, he knows he's hacked the matrix. Don't you see? How does he have 400 grand for a car? He knows something we don't know. Well, aren't you annoyed that there's people out there living a lifestyle that we can't ever aspire to. We're never going to work in a job and pull this off. Doesn't this bother you? And they all be like, no, but me, it was, I was always angry. I was always angry, not angry in a go to jail way, but just in a, I was angry. I was like, something isn't right. Something doesn't add up. So I kickboxing was my answer. I just started kicking, kicking people's ass and I felt a little bit better. That was kind of how it worked. At what point did you realize you were like world -class at this? So when I, my first day in the gym, I walk in my coach, it was four Bosnian men, men. I was a child. It was four Bosnian men in this tiny little terrible gym. It was not like a commercial gym or commercial class. And he said, can you fight? And I said, yeah, I've done karate for a few years that I got knocked clean out on my first day, of course. And I guess they expected me to never come back, but I kept coming back. And my coach said to me, look, after about a year, he said, look, I want to put you into a fight. And he took me down to a town called South End on C and my first fight was in kickboxing. My first fight was actually MMA and it must've been a little over a year because I was 18 and I was fighting a 24 year old security doorman. And being a stupid American, I thought pounds and kilos were the same because I weighed in at like 82 pounds. He weighed in at like 90. No, I weighed in at 82 kilos. He weighed in at 90 kilos, which is an 8 kilo difference, which is almost like 20 pounds. And I was like to my coach, is that a big difference? He's like, no, no, don't worry about it. I was like, okay. Thinking back, a 20 pound difference is a big difference in fighting, right? And I got in there and I won. I didn't win necessarily through skill, but I just kept going and I just outgassed him and towards the end, I'm just on top of him, just punched him in the face, right? And now I'm only 18 years old. So from there, my coach was like, okay, you have some potential. And I knew for a long time, it was, I believed it was my only way out because like once again, before the internet and stuff, I'm going to college, I finished college. I don't believe in university because I'm too smart to get in debt for formal education. I'm too smart for that job. So I finished college. I'm working these sales jobs. I was always a good salesman. So I'm working sales jobs. I'm bringing in, you know, 3000, 4000 a month, whatever, but I thought my only way to get rich rich is fighting. I couldn't think of another way to get rich and I didn't fight only to get rich, but I saw light at the end of the tunnel. So that's all I wanted to do was just fight, fight, fight. And so at what point do you go fight for the first world championship? So I fight for my first level world championship on two days notice. So I'm in Slovakia. There was a town. I'm going to tell everyone now on this podcast, I'm going to give the secret away. If you go, if you're bored right now, if you're watching this on the internet, load up Google maps, right? And there's a town called Kosice, K -O -S -I -C -E, and it's on the opposite end of Slovakia to Bratislava. So Bratislava is the capital and then you have Kosice on the other side. It's four and a half hours drive from Bratislava. It's about four hours drive from Warsaw and about four hours drive from Budapest. It's in the middle of nowhere, but all the villages and all the towns, everyone around this little town, every hot girl within about 400 square kilometers lived in this town because there's no, there was nowhere else to go. Right. And they were all there. And when I was going there, this is pre -EU. They didn't have the Euro and me and Tristan used to go there on holiday because we would clean up. And when I say clean up, my brother, and when I say clean up, I don't mean clean up, like you clean up on holiday with some in Mexico. I mean, clean up with tens, like supermodels, it was unbelievable. And a beer is like 30 cents. And we're the only men there who speaks English. So I was in Kishidze and then I got a phone call from Amir saying he has a world title fight in two days. So I was just really drunk at the time. And I was... Amir is my coach, sorry. He was Bosnian Muslim. He fought in the Yugoslav conflict. He got shot six times and didn't die. That's the deal. Right? So he's still like a father to me. And I must've been crazy. I was like, okay, I can't explain, and I want to say this in a way where it's truly understood. When I say I didn't give a shit if I lived or die, I don't mean that in a sad, suicidal way. I mean that in an empowered, charging at the gunfighter. Back then, I didn't think I had anything that really made me really give a shit about living. Not in a doo -doo -doo sad way, just in a, let's go out, in a blaze of glory then. I'm not rich. I don't have nothing. I'm just banging girls in Slovakia with us. Who is this guy? So it was against the French world champion Jean -Luc Benoit was his name. And the opponent pulled out and they needed a guy on two days notice. And I had to lose six kilos, which was around 13 or 14 pounds in two days. Is that easy or hard? That's hard, bro. 13 pounds in two days is a long way to lose. So I just stopped eating, stopped drinking, sitting in saunas, spitting out all the water, just dying. Finally made weight, went to France, fought in 12 rounds. My first ever 12 -round fight as well, fought him. And they gave the decision to him, but I was wrong. I beat him. I beat him. I beat him. I didn't knock him out, but I beat him. Is this one of the four world championships, or this is the fifth? Well, it should be, yeah. But the tape was so convincing, the tape was actually sent off to the ISKA, the fighting organization, and they demanded a rematch. They knew I won, right? But he's France. He's French. He's in France. And fighting has a lot of politics to it. You have to understand, I mean, UFC is UFC, the real big ones. But outside of the smaller ones, it makes more sense for the French promotion of a French champion. They'll sell a lot more tickets and a lot more pay -per -views of the French champion. So basically either you knock him out or it's going to go down. It's kind of like that, right? So they commanded a rematch, and I rematched him seven months later and knocked him out in the eighth, and I became world champion. Okay. Why keep going once you've won? There's always a new mountain to climb. I mean, that's kind of, that's a good question, because that's also kind of the reason I quit. Because it's like, why keep going? Well, there's always someone new to fight, and I'm still not financially where I want to be. And I don't know what else I want to do with my life, so I'll keep going, right? So I fought again. I beat another Frenchman, and then I fought again. And then I beat two Dutch guys to become four -time world champion. But one day I woke up and I was like, is becoming five -time world champion going to improve my life? I mean, I've already got, do I need five belts? How much money do they pay for these fights? 3 ,000 bucks, 2 ,000 bucks. It doesn't even, you need to work on the side. You're giving up all your free time to get punched in the face. Like, it's a terrible decision. Like, I don't know why I decided to do it. But eventually, once I was world champion, I'd get like 100 grand to fight, but I'd give 20 % to my manager. Then the UK, with the UK taxes, 40, 50 % would disappear. And sometimes you only fight twice a year or whatever. I was certainly not rich. I didn't consider myself rich. So you get like 30 to 40 % of what? Yeah. And I didn't consider myself rich. Like, 30, 40 grand chunks, but twice a year, maybe three times a year. I'm living in London. London rents. I need a car. I'm trying to know, like, you're not rich in any way. And that's actually the reason I retired, because I woke up one day and I thought, I'm giving six hours a day of absolute focus and energy to this. And I believe I'm smart enough that if I put that much tenacity into something else, I can be a multimillionaire. I truly believe that. I was like, I've realized now I've reached the pinnacle of kickboxing. My choice is either to change over to MMA, which I was offered to do earlier in my career, but at the time, the kickboxing contract paid more money. I had to pay the bills, so I went kickboxing. Change over to MMA, learn to wrestle, change over to UFC, blah, blah, blah. But this is also like seven, eight years ago, where even the UFC didn't pay the money it pays now. But the UFC still doesn't pay that much money, from what I understand. No, if you're like top five or champion, yeah. But most of the dudes you're going to see there on the prelims, they're getting 10 grand a fight, nine grand a fight. It's nothing, right? So it'd be like starting my career all over again. And at the age of 28, I thought, I don't have the gumption to start again. I've been through hell for this. I've broken my hand eight times. My ribs have been broken. I don't want to do this all over again. So what do you do when you realize that, hey, maybe I don't want to keep fighting? I decide to get rich, Rich. What does that mean to you? When you're sitting there, you're getting 30, $40 ,000 kind of net on a per fight basis. Is rich to you like, hey, I want a couple hundred thousand dollars, a million bucks, 20 million dollars, a billion dollars? I want 30 or 40 ,000 every month. 30 or 40 ,000 every month, so about half a million bucks a year. I thought if I had that much money, I could do whatever I want. Okay. That's what I decided. So what's step one that you do? So step one is, maybe that's how we ended up here together, my friend. Step one is, I decided to be very logical about it, chess player, right? So I was like, I want money.
Left-Wing Techies Expose Terrifying Threat of A.I.
"Talking about a presentation made at the Aspen Institute Aspen Ideas Festival. A few disclosures. The Aspen Institute is very left -wing. It was, used to be centrist, now it's very left -wing. The Aspen Ideas Festival is very left -wing. The presenters that I'm focusing on, Aza Raskin and Tristan Harris, are very left -wing. Both of them are 39 and 40 or 40 and 39 respectively. Tristan went to Stanford and got a BS and Aza went to University of Chicago and got a BS. That's it. They are not lawyers. They have no advanced degrees. They are successful techies who lived the Silicon Valley life and now want to guide you into artificial intelligence and its dangers. They reflect the progressive ideology that expertise ought to make all policy and that civic society leaderships, which is a shorthand way of saying us and our buddies in Silicon Valley and the people who fund us and George Soros and the left, all ought to run everything. Trust us. And I don't. And I want you to know, I still, though, think you ought to watch the AI dilemma. Because what they do very well is tell you where we are with artificial intelligence and why it is such a threat. It's a nuclear warhead level threat because its power is exponentially growing at an exponential rate. So two becomes four, four becomes 16, 16 becomes whatever that is, 164. It's not growing at a 2x or a 3x. They say 10 times, 10 times, but it means exponential growth.
Jansen becomes 7th in major league history with 400 saves, Red Sox beat Braves 5-2
"Kenley Janssen became the 7th pitcher in major league history to record 400 saves. He helped the Red Sox split at two game series with the braves 5 two. As much I wanted to be in Fenway, that was my wish, but it can be better that the team that I've grown up watching growing up loving and I did it today here in their stadium. Ramel tapio laced a pinch hit single to make it three two Red Sox in the 7th. Tristan casso's extended the lead to 5 two in the 9th with a two run shot. Jim Hart, Atlanta
Penguins keep pace in playoff chase with 4-1 win over Wild
"The penguins got 27 saves from Tristan jarry and picked up a key four one win over the wild. Ricard Raquel scored a goal and assisted another as did Chris letang as he and the penguins continue their battle for an Eastern Conference wild card spot. We have just focused on the game after digging that is coming ahead and like tonight the focus and the meeting we're about ourselves and what we need to do and it's gonna be the same thing tomorrow. Jeff Carter and Jason Zucker hit the net for Pittsburgh, Marcus Johansson scored Minnesota's loan goal and former penguin Marc Andre fleury made 27 stops in net. Josh Valtteri Pittsburgh.
UConn wins March Madness with 76-59 smothering of SDSU
"Tristan Newton's 19 points ten rebounds and four assists helped the Connecticut huskies to a 5th national championship in program history with a 76 59 win over San Diego state. Newton shot 5 of 11 from the field, but he made all 8 of his free throws. The vision we had when I came in was to win a national championship final fight with national championship. I came here just to do it. Zero blessed and thankful for these guys around me. Agama sanogo added 17 points and ten rebounds for the huskies while Jordan Hawkins scored 16 points and hit a key three pointer that started Yukon 16 four run to end the game. Adam Spillane Houston
UConn holds off late San Diego State surge in title victory
"Yukon has captured its 5th NCAA men's basketball title with a 76 59 win over San Diego state. Adama Sunoco and Tristan Newton each had double doubles for the huskies, who were the 15 since 1985 to win at 6 tournament games by double digits. Sanogo finished with 17 points and ten rebounds while Newton delivered 19 points in ten boards. Jordan Hawkins had it 16 points, including a three pointer that sparked a 9 zero run after the Aztec Scott within 5 with 5 19 remaining. Keyshawn Johnson had 14 points for San Diego state. I'm Dave ferry.
Pastrnak's 14th career hat trick lifts Bruins by Pens, 4-3
"David pastrnak capped his 14th career hat trick by netting the game winner in the bruins four three verdict over the penguins. The Boston forward blessed a shot pass Tristan Jerry with two 26 remaining, sending his team to its 9th win in ten games, pasternak has career highs of 56 goals of 102 points. I'd probably take hundreds over 50 also. I'm very happy with this big thanks to my linemates and teammates in on, obviously, things been going well, you know, feel good out there. That bruins have 59 wins, three off the NHL record with 6 games remaining. I'm Dave ferry.
What made Beethoven sick? DNA from his hair offers clues
"Nearly 200 years after Ludwig van Beethoven's death, researchers are searching for clues about his health problems. The legendary German composer had hearing problems and severe stomach ailments, a new study says chronic drinking may have been a factor. You have to live a disease. And this seems to have developed over about the last 6 to 7 years of his life. His first inhabitants in 1821 were the tomb of the tack of jaundice quiz. Researcher Tristan baggett the University of Cambridge says they couldn't figure out what caused Beethoven's hearing loss. That seems to have had an onset in his mid to late 20s. It was a slow progressing form of hearing loss that appears to have been nerve related. Losing his hearing is believed to have limited Beethoven's creative work. He died at 56 researchers pulled genetic clues from Locke's Beethoven's hair that had been snipped off and preserved as keepsakes. I'm Ed Donahue.
"tristan" Discussed on Nightly Pop
"Welcome to nightly pop. I know you missed us over the weekend. Great news, let me love you. Here. And hunty, of course. How are you guys? This weekend. Take glasses. Hey. I like it. You like it? I like it. I gotta give my eyes a break, y'all I'm getting old. They're not giving my eyes a break. Let them know hunting. All right, you guys, let's get started because bit Affleck is clearly tired as this might be why y'all might be wearing out on this honeymoon baby because he was laying out. This is a good sleep he's getting. But maybe because she was showing everybody what she was working with. Look at her. 53. Not to her age matters, but. She is looking good. So this is probably why he can't stay awake. He can work down, honey. Oh my goodness. She's selling some lotion too. This is from the booty ball. Are you gonna buy the booty bar? Based on this? Yeah, I want to J.Lo booty bomb. Yes, I'm getting it all. The booty bomb. I don't know what the effects of it are supposed to be, but if it's anything like this, give me three. I think it's like, I think they said something about it being like a firming toning bomb, which no, it's just a lotion. You know, let's be honest, but I feel like I'm at that age now where I like to sleep on vacation. I can't imagine if I was there with J.Lo. I'd be, I wouldn't be awake. The only thing I really want to do is sleep by the water. I don't want to do anything. I just want to relax, but some people don't think that's a vacation. And not full jeans and a full top. It looked like he just came from directing. I think this is not even he didn't even mean to fall asleep. No, no. This is an accidental nap. And those are the best snaps. Was far too open. To be like risking it under those seagulls, that's tricky. Well, let's talk about Khloe and Tristan they're up to their own cryptic bull again. This is what this is what the on and off couples do. I would used to be a part of this. I used to do the same thing. They post like these cryptic quotes back and forth and pretend like it's for anyone when it's really clearly I mean, this is a lot of writing girl. Please give me a break. It's a novel. She posted, you know, in part, be thankful for your mistakes, they will teach you valuable lessons after she posted about that than Tristan posted about responsibility, which is very ironic. I love the phone. Call each other. What is it? At this point, I do wish that Tristan had just posted an Instagram story being like, hey, mistake here. You're welcome, you know? He has a point with responsibility. This is what I will say as I've grown. Is even if you're in a toxic relationship, you do have to take responsibility for your part in it. Somebody can't force you to be in a relationship. If you're in something toxic, you're participating in some way. Can they take us out the group chat? No, that's right. Right. You know what I mean? Please. And also, y'all having a whole nother baby. Right. So he's off in Greece holding hands with other big booty girls. She's posting on yachts trying to make him jealous. The quotes, we are way too thick in the group, too. What you got to say about it being a man. Stop that. Just in. Case I want to travel. All right, you guys, let's get to some important business, shall we? We have to talk about the new Black Panther trailer Lonnie. You were tweeting about it. I was tweeting about it. Yes. We were freaking out on the timeline. Hunter, I don't know where you were. But anyway, I liked your tweets. He did he did like he did. All right. All right. You guys have to take a look at this. I defy you not to get emotional and second, everyone is talking about the very last shot. A little darling don't shed no tears no woman
"tristan" Discussed on Chop On It Radio Network System
"Away format. Now, man, the top and drop. The top and drop topic, man. You know, last few shows we've been talking about. Secret societies, right? And we gave y'all a lot of information on some of the black societies out there because a lot of people men don't know the information about black secret societies, right? And it's been black secret societies all throughout history. So we gave you a little information on that. We are touched on that a little bit. But when people think of secret societies, the first thing they think is Illuminati. Illuminati, but they don't really know, not everybody, but a lot of people really don't know, man, the history, or any real information when it comes to the Illuminati, you feel me. They don't really understand the term. So we don't break some of that down. Man, we're going to get off into some of that good stuff. And we got that far as music for you from the number one jerk portal, only in Internet baby. And that's only really, you getting ready to get it in on this show, man. We got to chop and drop for you. We got the farm music for you. A 319-527-6057 doing any live show man. You can call in two inch and just listen. I won't put you on blast. I won't put you on earth if you do want to call in and talk me. Just let me know you want to speak on earth and I got you and I'll pull you on in. You did. We got to get off into some of this code G man. We got to get off into some of this code G and this right here. That cohort, baby. Let's get the turkey. If you stay in your comfort zone, that's why you're a failure. You won't fail in your comfort zone. Success is not a comfortable procedure. It is a very uncomfortable thing to tell me so you gotta get caught to be uncovered. If you ever wanna be such a successful person, familiar grain, so you're free. And if people don't like it, fuck it. Including using significant other. Your children. Your parents, your parents. Fuck them. If they're not with us, there are benefits. Like them. Tell us your daughter. I felt like I fell off my head to pick up the suits and put the shit up at the gym. I had a hell of a heart so they tried to call 900 me and Draco in the family mama told me go get you a job you got all of the kids too much business to handle. I was hanging with them trapping the scandals the only way I was the day with the slammer. Only way they have to get out and get it. It's kinda hard to keep haters out your business. I pull up cardi disappear with no witness. I'm from Bavaria don't gorillas and killers. I'm coming home from the heart making them feel it. Let me run it through these hoes like I'm in it running through alleyways races and trenches running for two head to hop on my fence. I had to check a nigga just the other day for Koji and his mansion. Made a call for the truth they attended. Last word on the block that he misses. If it's too hard to get out of the kitchen niggas rap rock it's life that we live in with the mop they gonna kiss and we're slipping. A lot of shots that we all might not business. A lot of shadows gonna ride it for a minute. Had a minute did she pull a minute? I done put all my time in the winter. I can't waste all my time on a bitch diamonds all of my time with a hit. I can't tell you what time it is. I was feeling my grin as a chick. I always knew I apologize feel like I fell all up on had to pick up the pieces and put the shit up at the girls. I had a hell of a heart that they tried to call natural me and Draco in the phantom. Mama told me to go get you a job you got all of these killed too much business to handle. I was hanging with them trapping the skin was the only way I was disabled to slam it. Only way they have to get that and get it. It's kinda hard to keep haters out to business. I put the party disappear with no witness. I'm from the bar with don't gorillas a killer. I'm coming hard when the heart making them feel it. Let me run it through these hoes like I'm in it running through alleyways straight to the trenches running for two head to hop over fences running from the head to hop over fences and with them baby. You can see me by myself but I'm always a hundred deep with the AK gotta watch out who you trust in the game 'cause everybody have a snake ways. Telling my family I had on the plane the new beginning trying to make change. Make change stretch a long range. I don't pay denying my own lane. Had to pick up The Rock through my own thing. I was new I would walk like propane for the crew I'm a go for the whole thing one time to accomplish commission yeah now my name in the city some of them make our penny bitches. Feel like I fell all up on had to pick up a piece of them put the shit up at the club. I had a hell of a heart that they took the colonizer me and Draco in the family mama told me we could get you a job you got all these big cats too much business to handle. I was hanging with them trapping the skin was the only way I was disabled to slam only way they have to get out and get it. It's kinda hard to keep haters out your feelings. I pull the party disappear with no witness. I'm from the bar with them gorillas and killers. I'm coming hard running hard making them feel it. Remember running through these hoes like I'm in it running through Ellie with straight to the trenches running for two head to hop on my fences. Micha has been Murphy. Femme has seen you, man. We gonna get it in. I'm gonna come to you right after the music break. I got you Thermo. Y'all remember me for everybody that just came in and dropped topics for this show, man. We gonna touch back on some black societies and we're gonna touch on the Illuminati man. We're gonna give you some real history on the Illuminati, because any time people say, secret society, they automatically think Illuminati, but they totally totally skip over all the black secret societies. It's been around since, man, it's all in the history. We gonna get to it, man. Thermo, petty Murphy, we own we why do we drink it? You already know, man, would it is? This that Koji man that caliphate. I ain't never played a sport. But I live aboard a room. Yeah. I was on the block with the cave taking no ends trying to get me an inch. Ten toes playing the coast Japan at the money like we focus. I ain't never need about you. Can't a nigga say I own shit. I made a way through the Woods with a machete. I had to go break out home to the families tired of my boots and I call it I'm ready just bring me a glass ain't smoking a letter. This bring me okay. Yeah. I put my foot on the gas and I'm looking back. I came up with a necklace for cooking that. My first plan to fuck is you looking at these bad wrestling stuff in the bitch with ass don't go pop my shit I'm a she see mother pop these days yeah I ain't even know the bitch hold 24 what you my only calling me dead ask me why I go so hard I ain't never had shit now I'm kicking shit I'm right just out in Calabasas can't remember the last time I had to hit the stash. Why go so hard 'cause I ain't never had she asked me where I go so hard if I ain't never had shit why I go so hard 'cause I ain't never had shit. 'cause I ain't never had shit I ain't never had I ain't never had a shit really had a dead so I'm right there with my bitch never turned my back now no matter the circumstances and I overcame other obstacles with the Helen bank and still I'm standing here for a reason and I'm in love I say dance so I post seasons this my testimony passed all the tests in the streets, but I ain't never test see if I could be the best of me. I just hopped out the portrait with him first. I don't fucking feel like it here first. I don't move it till I get it red first. I won't stop round until I'm in the hearse. I'm a go hard till I'm in the dirt. I was taught to go for what you know. I'm a born one I don't ever lose I learn and that's how you grow ask me why I go so hard same never had shit now I'm kicking shit and life is out in Calabasas can't remember the last time I had to hit the stash came a little bit on my mama said why I go so hard 'cause I ain't never had shit why I go so hard to play me with why I go so hard 'cause I ain't never had shit. 'cause I ain't never had shit. Do you try and lace me up bro. Oh yeah. Don't you please come and talk to me please come and talk to me please please come and talk to me. Mental health ain't feeling myself I think I need help. I ain't really myself mental health I'm feeling myself. I think I need help I ain't really myself hey hey counselor hey hey counselor won't you please come and talk to me please come and start doing please please come and talk to me I'll find telling myself I think I need help I ain't really myself. Mental health aren't telling myself I think I need help I ain't really myself. I think I need help no I don't need help how you feeling myself trying to be someone else. I'm tired of smiling when I really wanna kill people. And I really don't think it's on to my PO weed ain't easy. Let me smoke my Zilla in peace. Let me start two grams in the back one. I need kush tree just so I can sleep. I'm telling you shit get deep. I remember being locked down for 23. I remember sitting in the cell by myself. I remember listening to grown man street. We been having nightmares. Niggas don't dream. You couldn't imagine all the shit that I seen. I had to burn a couple members of my team. 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"tristan" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Would be looking around, like, where did all the black men go? We're switching it up. We're switching it up in sweaty 22. Cory better watch his ass for two reasons. One, the white men are coming in, but two, he went to the game last night, and it looks like he is team Tristan. Check out this move he pulled after the Lakers game where he held up Tristan's Jersey with his number on it. Now this happened right after Tristan apologized to Chloe for all the baby mama drama, but what do you think he's doing? Do you think it's okay? Well, you guys may not agree, but I actually don't have a problem with him holding up the Jersey because here's the thing. Although things obviously didn't work out with Chloe interest. They have a kid together. They have a beautiful baby together. So he's not really going anywhere. He may not be going there with Chloe, but he's not, you know, not going to go in there. But you know what I'm saying? He's not going anywhere. He's still part of the family. They're going to see this guy. So I think it's cool that he still has some kind of cool ally. Brother, relationship with him, 'cause I'm sure he came Friends, so. You know, it's like, hey, we've all been there. Yeah. Our girlfriend talks trash about her man to us. We back her up. We're like, yeah, girl, leave him. She stays and then you're the odd man out. Right, right. Because you're not there for the makeup. We have the makeup. But I agree with Cynthia in the sense that he's not going anywhere. He is their baby's father, and he is going to be a part of their lives. So there's nothing wrong with having that mentality and showing solidarity. I don't know that it was necessary to do it. No, that was extra. That was really extra. That was really it. Do you think that her color was feelings? Yes. It was just unnecessary. You know what I mean? Like, we get it, but like, why? Let me tell you how something. Why? This woman right here, air made it, her husband out of a brothel. Okay, she picked Lamar's ass up out of a brothel. So he owed. So this woman is not running away from somebody who has an issue. Right. I think Tristan Thompson maybe has an issue. I've known sex addicts in my life. I've known people who need validation through that outlet. And I think for her, she's done all the work on herself. So she's not going to go ahead and set this man on fire and have her daughter grow up without somebody who special in her life. Right. Right. I think for this family, they're following her lead in her lead is we're going to keep this cool. We're going to keep this calm. We're going to love him through this. Right. I'm going to back away. But we can still support him. Exactly. And that's grown for business. That is. That's grown. It is. And it's beautiful. It's beautiful because like you said, it really is about the legacy of their daughter. That's it. You know what I mean? That's what she's done or grow up, reading, knowing, hearing about her father. So it is important. And by the way, just do like the rest of us do. Just talk behind everybody's business. What you think in public girls is called the after and call, you know, give me the real tea, 'cause.
"tristan" Discussed on Nightly Pop
"Pandemic for me to come. The daily problem is stolen you trying to claim USA. Yeah. And you are now back well I miss you guys. Do you have any resolutions or anything this year? Just to be nice. That's the best good for you though. Yours. What is to be a good stop being a Ho? I can't be a good boy, but whatever. Let's talk about Tristan Thompson's apology tour, maybe. It only took him, you know, over a month to admit what we already knew. So he fes up that he is the father of Marley Nichols baby. And he cheated back and he cheated on Khloe back in March. So he apologized, I guess, in his Instagram story. I just, this is a sickness. Something is wrong with this man. First of all, I ain't reading all of that. What is this? This is a novel or whatever the story, not even a post. It wasn't a pose. No, it was just a story. It's better than texting her and then blocking her. You know, which was his other option of making sure. You know what Nina what got me was that he didn't apologize to her. He apologized to Chloe. You know what? I think that's fair. For one was shocked that Tristan didn't take accountability. This is what you do. I feel like I feel like his message was too long, I agree with you Lonnie, 'cause what he should have just wrote was you guys were right. You nailed it. Pretty much from the get go. I've done the offset. Y'all won. Yeah. That's really preferred that. Where do we go from here with Khloe, though? Because he's apologizing to her once again for the 15th time. He needs you think she's going back? No, I think she needs to find a different man who's in a relationship and. A different way. Too swinging. I don't think it's true. Chloe, I think she needs to I feel like everybody needs to spend more me time, but I also feel like she should find a nice guy. Stop dating ball players, maybe. Look, let me look in the camera. Chloe. If you go back with them, this is an IT Lonnie. Make him get a vasectomy. It's like, this is like maybe the tenth cheating scandal. Yeah. She loves him. It's something about let me tell you something. If this is what good does, I don't want it. I would take trash. For the rest of my life, then I mean it to them to my core. She is going through that. And I feel like that explains why she's coming back. And then for Tristan, as a guy, I don't know if you guys have ever tried this, but having sex without a condom feels way better. Explains why he's doing what he's doing. You know? Another Kardashian news while Kanye is buying the house next door looking up with actresses. Kim and Pete, supposedly jetted off to The Bahamas. So vacation is a very big step. You guys go on vacation with somebody. That's another notch in the relationship. How do we think Kanye is feeling about this little trip? First of all, who did these pitches? Are we sure that's cute? I see that ass, so I think that's him. Yes, I think for them, for me, vacation would be a big deal. But for them, they already live on other sides of the country. Every trip involves a plane for them. I really think she's trying to, you know, get Kanye's goat. And this is getting it to him. This is giving it. You think it is? I think they are doing like a weird back and forth. And he's been seeing supposedly with three other women and coming out of some place. It's at a hotel. He was at a hotel at the balcony and these girls keep coming out in the balcony. He's clearly hooking up with some chicks. Living room service. Could have been ropes. That's not real service honey. If it was, I would like to know the hotel he was saying. This is definitely, I believe. I've been saying this with Kim and he that is a flame. I agree. I hate Davidson. You like Pete? I like him. It makes it makes me feel seen as the skinny guy with a huge penis. Finally, some representation. Found his tribe. Who else is on vacation? Who, Drake? You're gonna say Morgan. And he is. Baby. Yeah, and now she's gone. Well, Drake is on vacation. He is gifting us though while he is on vacation. Oh, really? He has been posting some sexy thirst trap jaw. Now he's showing off his chest. That little fine to find back. You know he says it's hard work, but other people are saying that it's like, oh, could you imagine if the Internet was coming at some woman? And we were talking about some woman who supposedly got lightbulb. I think it's disgusting, but he for sure got it. But I think it's gross. To talk about it, it's not right. But for sure. Drake said, y'all gonna look at my body. Okay. I think it's other men that are pointing out the light, 'cause they're haters. Totally. I personally don't think it's like, but I think that there's something like a lot of men deal with this, but if you want to put on muscle, you have to gain. You have to like put on fat too. It's really hard to gain weight without gaining like gain muscle without gaining fat. And now he's maybe in his cutting stage. What do you mean? Look at this guy. 20, what are you working out on right now? What's your biggest thing you want to improve for 2022? I want to improve, I want to get put on a lot of weight. That's funny. Yeah, yeah. I want to put on like ten 15 pounds. Are you working on it? No, that's the thing it hasn't happened. I gotta stay the same. But no, stop having so much sex. No, I'm not having any sex. I'm a good boy this year. That's right. Now, I'm not gonna sell this party 22. You've already had sex this year? Not at all. I'm celibate thus far, but I'm saying I am going to be going. To the mid three days. Prostitutes count. They do count. Okay, we've got to be more specific. No, I'm kidding. Oprah just kicked off a new year, and she's trying to keep her friends and family hydrated. So she challenged them to drink a half a gallon of water in a day with our legals. I love this challenge. Apparently Gillis having some problems keeping up. When I know there has been some alcohol consumption. So that may be dehydrated, so I'm passing out these water bottles. I just made it to H2O oh baby. I was supposed to be 10 o'clock..
"tristan" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast
"Sports Network podcast. We talk everything and anything E sports and gaming related. And sometimes it has to involve the grassroots, the local competitions, the local people, and here to help me talk about a specific kind of arena that they're opening up into across Texas and across the U.S.. I was walking in Tristan Doherty, the arena manager over at belong game arena in Perl and Texas just outside of Houston. Tristan, thank you so much for coming on the show, man. I appreciate you taking time out of your busy Friday, I'm sure your upcoming weekend as well to kind of come on the show and talk about the belong gaming arena outside of Berlin. Yes, sir, that's not a problem at all. I'm excited to be here. Awesome. So in case people don't know Tristan, you yourself, you're a gamer. You've been working with Portland location for the past. Four, 5, 6 months. I'm assuming, kind of getting it set up for when they had their opening in August. And then so in case you don't know belong, gaming arenas out of the UK and then branching out into the U.S., focus on delivering that grassroots experience to gamers of all levels. Whether you're a pro, a novice, a semi pro, you got top spec PCs, consoles, stages. They're leading the way when it comes to local eSports events. They already have what 25 ish, locations open in the UK and a lot more to come in the U.S. so Tristan how did you find yourself first getting into game? Let's go back. How did you find yourself first getting into gaming and specifically competitive gaming? So when I was younger, gaming originally was just an outlet for me. You know, I lived in a low income area and I really was allowed to go outside for that reason because it was dangerous. And gaming was really my outlet. It gave me something to do. And I ended up one day, I was 11 years old, 12 years old. And I met this guy on ranked Xbox. Gears of war. And he, you know, he said, you know, you're good, man. You need to go and try to compete. And he pointed me in the right direction. He pointed me, you know, and MOD when emoji was still involved with gears of war. And, you know, if that's kind of really how I got into competitive gaming, it started off as an outlet for me, and it turned in to a career for me and it's changed my life. You start off with years of war. How did your I guess your gaming career, I guess, go about. This twists and turns. Where did you end up going to tournaments, teams? How did that end up working out for you in the end? So, you know, from 11 to 15 years old I wasn't able to really compete to really go anywhere. You know, as a parent, parents really were before they really were not too fond of gaming. That stigma has really changing nowadays because you can make a career out of gaming. When I really started getting serious into competing, I was 15, 16 years old and I actually got kicked out of my house. My mom tried Tom broke my Xbox. And straight out the window and I ended up going to live with my grandma and you know, from then on, that's when I really started to take competing seriously. I was 15, between 15 and 17, you know, I was in school. I still wasn't able to compete, but traveled to events, but my grandma did allow me to practice online and you know playing online events. And as soon as I turned 18, I was able to travel and my first event was in Mexico, Mexico, city, Mexico. And I haven't looked back since. Wow, man, that's insane. I mean, in your story, unfortunately, isn't one that is uncommon. I've heard stories like that before where people in the parents don't meet together at the same time and it happens. Would you say that helped propel you? It was a motivating factor for you once that happened to kind of like push you further and push you to keep going? Yes, definitely. You know, my whole my whole career and the strength of me being a professional gamer was really to prove my family and parents wrong that you could make a living in a career out of gaming. And so how long ago was this when this all went down? Your 1516 you were kind of competing online. I kicked out, how long ago was that? So now I guess. So I'm 24 now, so that was almost ten years ago when I when I first got kicked out of my house. And it's been 6 years of me actually competing in four COVID put a whole time on events on live events. So everything's online now, of course, but it's been almost ten years. Man, that's insane to think about, man. Ten years ago. I guess now the question is, how are you still with your family? I'm sure you and your grandma are tightened all that. How are your parents? Are they still on the fence about this gaming thing? Or do they realize, well, this is kind of his own path that he's made for himself. You know, God bless my father. He's not with this anymore, but my dad was my dad was real supportive of me a supportive of me. It was my mother and my father, or my stepdad. That were restrict about gaming. And to this day, I really don't have a good relationship with them. But, you know, it is what it is. And I really got to I wouldn't change anything because gaming has changed my life for the better. And it's going to change a lot of other people's lives as the industry continues to grow. Right. And because you're showing stories like yours, other people out there will listen in and they'll say, wow, that's a similar situation. I'm dealing with. That's something that I relate to. And I'm sure your line of work and throughout your career, you had other like minded people who've had that same situation upon them. And so you find other people like that and it kind of helps it come together. But I don't want to go into downturn, that was just, you know, I love hearing about people's journeys throughout their gaming careers and yours is a special one that I've kind of delved into a little bit, but I wanted to hear what you thought about it. And so I'm happy that you were confident enough to help share that story with us. And so let's brighten up the mood a little bit, right? How did this opportunity to work with belong come about? I'm assuming the pandemic hit in the middle of a pretty promising gaming career and everything like that. And then everything kind of put the brakes on it and you're just kind of wondering what to do next and then belong comes along. Explain that situation for us. So it's crazy how I heard about belong. I was, you know, like I said, I don't have an okay relationship with my mother. Just a little backstory about her. She's diagnosed with congestive heart failure. So I was actually sitting in the ER with her while really when I saw the post. So I saw I saw the job posting on Twitter by one of our engineers, Casey Kramer. And I just decided to apply, you know, I was sitting there going through. I looked up, saw what it was, saw what they were about. And I applied, and I got the email the next day. Asking to.
"tristan" Discussed on Winning Plays
"By rheinberger Tony. Seguin tonight for Rich Levine and Ryan we got we have it's going to be a pretty busy week. Across the page already been a pretty busy Lee up to free and see for the Celtics. Tristan Thompson is out the door and a deal. That's not get official. We have Josh Richardson making his way into the Celtics in exchange for one. Probably the shortest tenured offseason Celtics of all the time and Moses brown but Audra wants to talk about right now is Evan Fournier future and potential crazy science, great options. So, I guess, let's start with what they've done first. So just this doesn't get paid right away. What do we? I'd say thumbs up two thumbs up for what? Brad, Stevens has done so. Yep. Getting out of Tristan getting in a decent backup plan for 40 and pretty much cleaning up the images mess from the last year or two. Yeah I think if you start from where they started been, okay Richardson's kind of an interesting fit, maybe not perfect. But what you going to do, right? Like you gotta work with with the the tools you have. It's I think it's fine there. I think maybe there's one interesting thing left out there, which is, as you said, the Tristan Thompson trade isn't actually official yet, and the only reason that you could really see that it wouldn't be official yet is at the end of the trade. They'll be creating a Tristan Thompson trade exception off the moment. They could actually take Tristan Thompson. Plus 175% of Tristan Thompson, right? And like they could take a larger salary and right now than than the eventual TV. So, of course, you know, you can come up with any list of players that are sort of in that ten twelve million dollar range and say, maybe they're trying to get that player and roll it into a larger trade before, they just accept the trade except Thurs. And then try to figure out what's going on. So there's some possibility that in the next couple of hours, there will be no. Maybe while we're doing this, there could be some news that breaks, it doesn't seem like there's anything eminent but some of this other these other things didn't you know kind of came out of left field. Even even if they look at the timing on like when the exceptions expired and say well maybe they're going to do something um but the fact that they haven't made it official yet as far as I know right now knowing the things out and maybe something that's that's just out there that that we don't see right. But I guess technically true that the ties, the tight exception is there for them if they want to wait to see if anything develops in the next two weeks, I would think that a one way or another, you don't want to you'd like to keep that in your back pocket..
"tristan" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Say is continuing to fight allegations that he thought another woman's baby even after a paternity test determine he was not the father. now chloe's coming into tristan defense sending accuser a cease and desist letter now a source close to khloe exclusively tells us she's upset over the rumors but believes tristen was faithful to her and they're focused on making a sibling for true. Now i have to ask you. Could you stand-by-your-man patrick in jordan. If this were happening to you listen. You cannot judge. If you're not in that person's shoes i ride for chloe. I don whatever she does. I support her. I mean it doesn't even matter like she could break a window in this building. And i'd still be like i loved. I mean she's always been so amazing to me so look i don't know i been in that position. I think it's a really hard thing to deal with. But i just you never know until you're in it right. That's the short answer of it. And she's he's worked really hard to get back into her life. I mean that was not like a two nights situation. I mean tristan like crawled and begged and pleaded and proved that he was worthy of taking back. So i mean it's also not fair on because we were saying you know is his credibility completely shattered because he made a mistake. But i think going back into that relationship. She knew that he had a target on his and his front apparently and knew she say target yes. She knows that she understands. What would be like me with this guy. I will say if somebody was saying these rumors about how my man was a father of their child and sucking me into it and my name was coming up. Of course i would send a cease and desist like she. She defend herself one hundred percent. I'm sure she's not happy about what's happening but also like she also probably assume that this is going to happen in some point. She knows she's taking somebody who's made some mistakes. He's admitted them. Everybody knows about it but like of course people are gonna still come for him and disrupt their life because they're happening now.
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"tristan" Discussed on AoS Coach
"If you do so friendly nuggets units within twenty one of its until you next. I face subtract one to the heat roles in shooting it has more than twenty subtract to in shooting so basically you're bringing in that basically play clara. The pay plague bear ability yet. I'm putting it on someone who's not a plague bear snake through the shooting. If you're twenty or more. It's also nick one in mali. If you're twenty one mole blocking. So that's that's the pike bear right. Yep so you can stack apply this for on blocking so you can potentially screen yes Twenty man blocking squad. Which isn't getting this really kentucky. Then turn screen. Us yom so unique to this shooting and when they wanted to heat it so normally however that command ability does china's depending on the ice. Shoot one model off. You lose the The heat so generally only used that if on facing shooting army just to dampen that initial folly into austat losing a model wanna lose model and again is commanded. Generally nate spent man points. So that spin are used that command ability on isn't really like lawful death of got plenty of them and there's not much on us and four says throwing it on that screen yet to to really psychopath. Shooting folly from one will tell you this. If i'm on i get through without losing a model also they forwards pace so something shoots me with that op and i do one or two. I've still got twenty models in that unit to gain the bonus. And if. I'm really snaky if i needed four in the folly concerned that on the later who has a wound characteristic of five and still keep the form five at the twenty models in the unit. I was just reading. I've at the lord obliged. Because i think there's a rule that i've completely missed her. I've never stated inaction. Which is the munificence bounty that allows black kings to shoot at the shooting profile of the lord of blinds which is a fourteen inch range..
"tristan" Discussed on AoS Coach
"This same look on ice. When i filed charges like because all shimon tomase is a good pick plus the extra simone benefits so go shadow. You get to ray what you damage from your black. What you talk jemma need our. If you got a lot so you you probably you go three realms it's up to you really what you prefer but needs throwing the in noga army is may. It's nasty and it's like i'm already. I'm already making these neg. That our you also need to this and it's like my kids my get up to a modest four. It was just like it was no point when you start putting different spells. I will just put a little disclaimer. at this point. People might be wondering what the f. talking about australia in a bunch of tournaments not all but a lot of them won the popular things that are coming up at least locally here is So often we know that you know the person who rolls the dice at the start of the round gets to choose the sides and all that stuff we added a little extra lights that to say that Whoever that role of a wins the of Can choose which roma battle wherein which would mean the train affects and things like that would be in play And would be based off the realm on your wall. Scroll in your in your ovules so in this case tristan talking about tapping into the abilities of shimon She's a little australia thing. It might make up globally but a few of arrogance now have been signed to play with rome rules and this is a little equalizer on On picking saw it's or you pick the realm just a little identify. It's it's it's not comment is not worldwide that it's a little australian thing that's picking up steam. I love it. I said why saw pick sides ping around now the realms a really simple now It's it's easy to may or fan really easy to take into account..
"tristan" Discussed on AoS Coach
"Gross it's got the it's got the the banner so for your battle shock it's got the plight bear pine and all the time you get less of them and they go faster so they they may there they'll be the signing up the back that needs to be dealt with while his plight joins dwarf it really it. Five points ages will write the five upper discussing resilient say they got five words apiece. They can come back as one can get. So maybe maybe this is like an elevator pitch in so many decided why. Why haven't people been taking play joins a why. Why would i take play drums. As opposed to another block of like one that play that twenty into back into a thirty. I up until now the until we got the black and rounds held. Scroll war-scarred changes. They weren't as plug and play as some other stuff. The plague immediately plug and play. But i think that hasn't been nice that they are still play bills. They still plugging cli- it's just a different stall plag- they say they those plagued joins they fast with air bossing noble but they still get that speed bassett from new so the extra free movement the extra two from the wheel the running charged from the trade. They still gain that. You're right because i was just doing the math right. You basically eight us if you get the wheel. That's plus choose ten during the bell. That's post-race worth attain. You have a run role of up to six. That could be anywhere from fourteen to seventeen. And then the slingshot charge so Yet interesting 'cause i just i just haven't seen that often and I dunno it's because people may be as you said the plague baericke keywords if it's just something that people don't like the models it comes down to the conundrum a do i want bodies or do i want a bit of utility side by are expensive Hundred ninety four fifteen wounds you are looking either that way particularly lock him noreen large numbers because they do get expensive. But i've got i borys..
"tristan" Discussed on AoS Coach
"Sorry sir. four points s- stray from the bell. It's up to seven in. V the bill the fact guard the there are no this. Shit like yeah. I'm going through so you can easily get a unit say will normally full from buffalo heroes up seven the wheel takes up to non if they have a banner gives them plus one run in charge so a six swan becomes a seventy x one c sixteen move with a two-day six plus one charge and you say we ongoing within the and this goes back to what we said earlier at the show is that noble is very fast when we get to the novel being able to run and charged hughes Yeah you thought. The charges it within seven. Yes yes if you can use that. The people call the slingshot usually run to the point of the the novel. If you can get within seven animal then you can slingshot if you fail then. And that's yet yet so the one the extra tunes of movement is is perfect Expensive if you bang aggressive excellent defensive side. It's never not needed or not wanted. The plus wandering wrongs various awesome. Like my staff seton on threes fours threes threes so plus one were in taking that end the threes and twos ease is unreal Caught random that and it's y- hitting with attacks with onto while winning on twos with neg one it. It hurts a lot Were you wearing a word. And there's not a lot of today's buff award role you know you gotta couplings defrost phoenix but other than that. Like if you're on a two year on it too. Yeah it's Very rarely do you. Actually get awful dave to winning the burgeoning stray Trying blowing up. That's pretty good. Lock it 'cause it's still rolling dogs so that for me that more random one are really dying law having random stuff. The long kit cannot counterpoint. You on that one yard as an opponent right. I often have a bunch of four or five wound. Heroes and if i see a mystical terrain piece or an arcane terry came to poke example right or commanding commanding a great terrain pace if i put my general who might be a four or five little hero on terrain pace yes. I'm going to get the arcane all the of the command point but there's also a chance that you're gonna be doing mortal wounds to me so i know but when you funding got five point here are that when gonna go. Five week over. Zillion is you. Don't all have the ability to heal can create doubt in your opponent where they go. Well i'm going to not deploy within one and forfeit that plus one across from kane the first command point because i'm not starting on the terrain pace so it's a psychological trade off there that that's why i'm that's you right like it's only one. Mortal wound is only a five. But it could actually with your little bit and it's a can quite often. They tick damage. It can actually be clutch. Having hamilton's do we leave something. On one wound up in buying. Nick stern an extra wound off occurs and just made out of clay something up. It doesn't happen often but it does happen..
"tristan" Discussed on AoS Coach
"Could i got it. Is the coach here. Hope you are all leaving the lodge in the play garden. I'm here with measured gaming experts Legend of the fields plant of the seeds of nergal. it is kristin smith aka. Sajjan smash is shooting your smashing the bees but i don't wanna get deep monetize too early so let's just pretend you're smashing the vs but it's tristan and tristan is a friend of the channel. Been around for wall wanting to game on the channel for awhile because he has been one of the few people in the community at least in australia who hasn't been a bandwagon. A with nergal. He stuck through it through the good times. And the bad times knuckle has gotten a whole bunch of updates in broken realms tech klis. You got three. Wolf's grow changes and i want get kristen's thoughts around how he's been running competitively a now you've read it a couple of tournaments in twenty twenty one. So how you'll thinking about some of these wool scrolls when nogo khanna seats in the middle. And how you'll kind of building around. But i might throw. It is not good. I welcome. What are the people. Need to know about veteran. Thanks mega no much. Charite to gammy One of the few regular members of measured charge not the fao charge. You shouting out you. Shutting out gaming are try to doctor but they didn't quite take shared adequate but other than that still measured gaming true Bena a law bene- game of is now Racing picked up all got onto and might listen a sort of. I think that first list of stock we've fair tournament so it'd be interesting to talk about noble as a whole and we can go from the yet because you you've been running nergal competitively for a while. I know i. I saw year round at the camera event. I was running. Goggin said you were doing quite well with you bake as a no. You're doing big case before that. Black kings not burger king for anyone who pushing around burgers on the table..
"tristan" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"There you go to Rod funny that but I swear I'm reading it right out of the friggin best version of our snow, you know what you know, that is actually they do listen to Brad Stevens. Look at them. Look at it go down on the wait for it. It's on the right when you walk in the locker. They're hearing it. Right. So take place in space. Yeah way back when right and I guess I should think about Jalen is that the reason why most of us don't talk as much about him this year. It's he's been so ridiculously consistently good than him going out and getting mm. 728 points whether they win or lose he kind of does that these days and what again when they win you recognize while he scored a lot of points down the stretch and when they lose you look at his box with this kind of the same. And so Jaylen he and again it's just I don't think he sees it that way but it's a sign of respect when you're going out to getting twenty-six twenty-seven points and it's not that big a deal. You've got to the point where you become that reliable statistically to UT. Whereas if let's say Tristan Thompson goes out and gets 18 and 9. We're talking to hell of a lot about Tristan Thompson. What if that's a big deal? Yeah. They want. Go ahead. Sorry. Go ahead. Go ahead. No, I was going to say real quick. I think that's true. You know that that's a good point too rough. But I also feel like there's a lot of times where win or lose. I mean his performances they kind of fly under the radar right? It's like, oh, well, I had a cold night if they lost know what was going on there or or tayden enough touches touches down the stretch, you know, and for the most part and James were doing this for a couple years. Cuz now he's been the most efficient guy out there, you know, and even when his touches, you know throughout the last couple of years, even though as they.
"tristan" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"I'll see you in the club club club. Gotcha. Let that guy in June see that guy. That guy's not on the list not let him come back here. Well, the thing is is everybody was such a sweetheart yesterday and we liked that and that was actually really cool to listen to hear from a lot of people who we see in the chats all the time. But yeah, I mean you can you can rough us up a little bit bring it, you know, bring some of your takes bring some of the noise tell which week tell us what you disagree with and you know, by all means come in their challenges talk to us keep a respectful but we want to hear from you. As I said, we're going to head over there kind of near the tail end of this show and try to pull something you with us as we wrap up this other version and then everyone else is going to kind of trickle over and we'll hang out with you guys for for a little bit afterwards. So let's keep moving on sharat anything else standing out for you tonight. Yeah, the fact that the ball touched the paint early and often. I thought that was huge the fact that you know, they they still took a decent number of Threes, but at least there was seemed like a khong This effort to get the ball in the post whether it was dribble-drive look to finish dribble-drive and kick butt just making sure that ball touched the paint and everything seems to open up when they do that. I don't know why they don't do that more consistently particularly when you have guys like Jaylen Brown and Tatum who have the ability to get to the rim a lot and touched him in a position of being a playmaker. They're not going to be James Harden but there are some things that James Harden does it I would love to see them do more of which is attack defenses and forced them to react to what you're doing wage. You either look to shoot look to dish or look the reset what you are forcing them to be in a reactive mode and you're being the aggressor you're being too practical. I thought that was really cute at him setting the tone and finding, you know finishing with I think there were like plus ten or something like that and and points in the paint something like that. But those are kind of things that you've gotta do if you're going to Be a team that's going to have a shot at and having some type of success come playoff time. I say I say a couple of things. Could I say one thing? Yeah, Jaylen Brown just with a common right now. Sometimes the comments we get from you guys in the media. It makes us Less open to talk or let them get to us that honestly aren't that big of a deal? Interesting. No comment. I I can't you these guys are in their feelings. Apparently really. Wow, guys. Anyway, Jimmy. What was your makes the less less, right? That's that's good. No, Mom. Let's open the talk. Let's open the top. But also saying we allow it to affect us. Yeah, I mean strange to me, please. Just anyways. Yeah, that is strange. I mean, it's not us that one's on us a couple of things. I wanted to say. Go ahead first thing about yours into certainly bag of chips and tops to Tristan Thompson for a second. Thought he looks pretty good tonight..
"tristan" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"They didn't once mention that they had three of them like wage seven pictures in the majors. You know, right? What direction are you going as a team? I've thrown this out there. You can go young. You can push experience on these younger guys and really emphasize their roles here alongside, you know, the younger core of this team moved, possibly moved Tristan, which would be a smaller first move in that sense and clear that I know right. Now we know wage is going to do grad. It's going to lean on the veterans. He's going to tighten up this rotation and go with who he believes in there's problems with the people playing too. I mean, this defense was garbage tonight the amount of open threes. It's just kind of drawing only that head back and letting guys play the fouling this was just this was an awful defensive performance. I mean and we see so many of them from this team. It's like who's going to come off? Fix all of it, you know like you need things but you also need this group of players to play All Around better basketball and that again includes just horrendous defense played zero Pace again being near the bottom of the league in assists. It's just not a team that does anything exceptionally. Well beyond having to really good talents and then Faith Williams whose frigging, you know, like a racehorse who's gate won't open, you know, but I mean, that's what else do we have? What what what do they have going for him? Like what does this team have going for right now? Not a ton that they're not doing what they're not doing anything at a really high level right now. They have some players who can put up good individual performances as a team. They're not doing anything at a high level anything. They don't have a lot of high-level players. They report on any given night September apology Camp Crowd by the way. Hey, I thought you had a good game Jimmy. I didn't think he was he was pretty non-existent..
"tristan" Discussed on Celtics Life NBA Basketball Podcast
"Are more in the realm of plausibility that you could definitely see something like that. And danny aines stated that if the celtics are to upgrade anywhere. It's a walk a four. Who can shoot in theory. Lamarcus aldridge is fat guy. I know alex is going to struggle with the thirty second thing. Dr quinn. the binder solid. I'm selling like in theory. He could fit. But i mean right. Now there's no room for him even if they do get rid of one big of a really gonna wanna big who's clearly gonna want a bigger role one of the reasons he's leaving san antonio is because he's not happy about being benched. Miami really wants him and tried to trade for him and his confident. They're gonna get him if they can't trade for him so i don't think he's coming to boston. Yeah i'm gonna saw that too. I think it's a an exercise in how the dog days of the regular season media Stories kind of cycle and get spread but like Anyone with a ten thousand foot view knows that lamarcus aldridge will not be playing for the celtics That said alex you can teased this. There has been talk of not just in thompson trade but a specific tristan thompson trade tristan thompson Being sent to his homeland to the toronto raptors. Even if they're playing in. Tampa bay. Dr clinton you get first crack you buying or selling tristan thompson to the toronto raptors. I mean it makes sense if you're going to send him someplace and it's going to be a contender as you would like it to be. And that's the only team i can think of. That makes any sense whatsoever for me. Cleveland that would make any sense. So i'm conditionally very very delicately buying alex. Yeah i could see it. I think tristan thompson obviously as a major toronto. The important thing with trading tristan thompson is you want to send him to a place where he's happy because that clutch connect is really really important. Celtics already have a bad reputation with clutch as it is a probably can't afford for it to get any worse but i think sending tristan thompson to toronto makes sense for toronto definitely and if the celtics are looking to change some things about their roster thompson is probably the most obvious trade candidates so really anywhere that you can send him that he will be happy. I think it's something that you should consider.