35 Burst results for "Victor Victor"
Caratini, Padres beat Giants 7-6 in 10 to tighten NL West
"Victor carotene is infield single in the bottom of the tenth inning gave the San Diego Padres a walk off seventy six win over the San Francisco Giants to end their five game losing streak the Padres job done giants starter Logan Webb with four runs in the first inning only to see San Francisco battle back off Padres starter Yu Darvish and take the lead on Austin Slater's three run pinch hit home run in the sixth inning we do it a lot you know so it's it's nothing really new for us you know we've been put in that situation a lot this year so intentions one of the hardest things in sports but you know the more you do it the more comfortable you get with your chain and what you need to do to get ready carotene he went three for five with two RBIs for the Padres who denied the giants winning their one hundredth game of the year and cut their nationally what's lead to one game over the Los Angeles Dodgers Philip gone San Diego
Where Juvenile Detention Looks More Like Teens Hanging Out
"A group of about three dozen excited teenagers listening to an announcement by apache county judge. Michael lethem this'll be something that'll be here for decades and you've got so it's early fall. Twenty seventeen in. This is the grand opening of saint. John's first center dedicated to teams. Letham is introducing. the people will be running it. Victor more news here pretty much every day as well as victor in polar smiling facing the energetic teens their probation officers in other words they work for the county but they dress in civilian year t shirts jeans baseball caps because they've been tapped by judge leith them to run this new facility the loft legacy teen center. It's a county run resource and activity center in the small town where kids often can't find much to do or people to talk to. It was like right at the end of my freshman year into the summer of my freshman year. I heard about it. I was like. Oh that's cool. I didn't think anything of it. I didn't think it would be this. Cool hannah wilkinson was there and then i walked. Tv's there's pool table. There's all this cool stuff for kids to do and it was really exciting.
Lord Conrad Black on Biden's Afghanistan Exit Strategy
"Would you use the word surrender when it comes to biden on the taliban. Is that what. He's doing in afghanistan today. A total and complete surrender. I've never seen anything like it. For no reason. We added so powerful. They wouldn't have done anything until we were gone. That was the forty fifth. President united states here on america first last week calling what is happening in afghanistan and utter surrender all. Us troops have left as of yesterday. However as i've been reporting all through the show there are at least eighty. Two americans trapped Friend of mine trying to get them out that with the state department refusing to assist and now the incumbent in the white house giving a speech moments ago blaming everyone except himself for the situation and closing his speech with these words. It was the right decision. It was the best decision. Let's go to a presidential historian financier and a great supporter of america. First he's the author of donald. J trump a president like no other co host with victor davis hanson and bill bennett's of scholars incense podcast lord. Conrad black welcome back to america first. Thanks very much older pleasure. Low black the best decision the right decision. You can argue that. It was the right decision. Leave although i don't agree. That was because as the former president. Tim you've just Took an expert from had arranged and mentioned The americans were sustaining. No casualties talibans been kept out of the cities and afghanistan is a whole prevented from becoming a breeding ground for terrorists And the state's been arrived at. Was i think a better condition than removing everyone but About the best decision sense of the execution of not been an absolute disaster. A moron those of your evacuating place. You get the vulnerable people. More difficult wants to get. It's like an aeroplane run. it lands. They let the ladies baby carriages and men on crutches and that sort of thing to get them out. I and Not the thin you under any pressure then but you you know you get the bonus people then the military her you know Condense down to their departure points and and and Cover everyone's departure and then leave
New Lawsuit Filed Suing Georgia's Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill
"Clayton county sheriff. Victor hill has been named in a new lawsuit. Alleging los angeles man was beaten severely and put in a restraining chair for approximately four hours while in custody earlier this year at the clayton county jail. Gabriel aries alleges in a federal lawsuit filed monday in us district court in atlanta. That clayton county deputies repeatedly maliciously and violently struck him in the shower area of the jail and then placed in a restraining chair outside the infirmary. The lawsuit says aries was left with brain damage and other significant injuries aries. Who is bipolar and suffers for mood. Disorder had been arrested february fifth at hartsfield-jackson international airport for misdemeanor disorderly conduct and was allegedly combative and shouting racial epithets. To the sheriff's deputies. Along with nine deputies the lawsuit alleges hill violated airy civil rights in his capacity as sheriff it does not allege that the sheriff participated in the
Louisiana Hospitals Stretched as Ida Knocks out Power
"As well as much of the Gulf Coast knew enough to reinforce their safety measures after Katrina, with generators keeping the power going, however, Hurricane Ida making landfall Sunday as a Category four storm really tested them. ABC is Victor a kendo reports. Officials say the pumps that keep the flood water out of New Orleans are running on generators. And the levees and flood walls built after Katrina held the worst case scenario. It did not happen, however. The impact is absolutely significant. We've checked in with many hospitals in the region. Many have lost power. They're running off of those generators. Some sustained external damage and for those in the really hard hit areas they did have to transport some of their patients. Meanwhile in Mississippi, the governor there said Monday that state and local emergency responders conducted 20 rescues from flooded areas in the states. Three coastal communities He said he decided to let federal search and rescue teams leave Mississippi to go back to Louisiana to help out with bigger problems There. The
Victor Davis Hanson: American Marxism Causes Abnormal Reactions
"Victor Davis Hanson. Really a superstar and He was explaining what I was trying to explain yesterday. When you come become weak from within. When you have the various aspects of our civil society and our culture devoured. What I call this American Marxist movement. You can see the reactions are abnormal. You can see How morality is rejected. You can see How spin is accepted. You can see how a society begins to unravel and fold on itself. That's the whole point of American Marxism. That's the whole point of the book. That's why I wrote the book. We have got to push back against this. It's actually costing lives. It's undermining our military. It's undermining our police force. It's destroying our sovereignty. It's about to destroy our economic system and our constitutional system if they get the vote that they want in a month or two. That's why you can spend Biden is going to spend over $10 trillion if he gets his way over the course of the next few months, actually, over $12 trillion Think about that. Having already spent too. And not not a penny more for national security. Not a penny more for national
Victor Davis Hanson Agrees U.S. Shouldn't Have Given up Bagram Air Base
"Listen, I'm not a military guy. You're not a military guy were pedestrians. But my God, we can figure this out. You don't give up that air base, do you? No. We've heard about it for 20 years. If this was the keystone of Afghanistan, the Eisenhower administration built it. The Russians trip it over, enhanced it. We went in there and really poured the money in It was defensible. It was impregnable. It's was a multi purpose runway. We had all sorts of other, uh, military type. We had Marines. We had special forces Base, Sir, we have prisoners kept there. It was the whole protective hub of our you know of our presence in Afghanistan, and now he keeps talking about over the horizon on the horizon. Well, we didn't need on the rise and we had it right there, and Trump left 2500 and 3000 people that could defend it as long as that was their contractors were servicing. Helicopters for the Afghan. You could have decide if you wanted to withdrawal. You could have done it over a year and a half period or you could have. We hadn't lost anybody when Trump left office for an entire year. I don't know what the idea was. It was just to make it so chaotic that then you say, Well, there was no alternative brightens of I inherited this policy. That was terrible, So I had to adhere to it. But I like the policy because I agreed with it, but it was Trump's fault it just incoherent. And I think it's because We're in a period in our history where we're not picking time to ask what's important, It's food. It's fuel its safety, its security. And that's and it's our Constitution. That's about it. We don't have time for, uh, you know, proportional representation, disparity impact the cancel culture. The therapeutic idea when they talk about diversity and and cold, sweet sense that I think, are we going to look at the dead? And say this particular group died in disproportionate to their representation in the
Victor Davis Hanson Says We're in Decline
"You know, the fall of Rome is actually relatively complicated. Nobody knows exactly when it happened. Historians debate But it did fall. And so Victor Davis Hanson. I want to ask you a question. Are we in decline because it sure feels that way to me. Yeah, we're in decline Market and the the main question is whether it's a decline. That's uh, permanent. Or were such an adaptive fluid society with this wonderful constitution? That we can react to it, make the necessary adjustments and go on. But this this this challenge is a little bit different than the ones we've seen before. Because It's Wokeness is insidious. It appeals to the most tribal instincts of people to identify by superficial appearance, and it's a narcotic that really destroys societies. We saw that in the Balkans and Rwanda. That's the ultimate trajectory we're on if we keep it
Josephine Baker to Be Honored at Pantheon Monument in Paris
"Josephine. Baker was an american born singer dancer and performer. Who made her home. In france she became a symbol of the jazz age and roaring twenty s and one of her adopted country's greatest musical stars. Now she will be. Given one of france's greatest honors her remains will be moved to the pantheon mausoleum in paris joining other french. Icons like victor. Hugo marie curie and jean-jacques rousseau us after nearly forty thousand people signed a petition calling for the honor. Panetta's rosette is author of the book josephine baker in art and life and joins us. Now welcome panetta. Thank you carol. It's remarkable story Just being baker was born in saint louis and she moved france in the nineteen twenties when she was a young woman. What kept her in france. She stayed there to the end of her life young. What kept her in. France is france received her well and gave her a number of possibilities for performance so she started in the music. Call to make four feature films so to answer your question really briefly. France gave her the opportunity as it did for many african americans between the nineteen thirties. All the way through. I would say even in the nineteen seventies. It gave these people an opportunity to make careers that were not possible in a segregated united states
Resources for Drafting Operating Agreements for Startup Co-Founders
"Can you commit any resources for drafting operating agreements for the startup co-founders. So we know what to do when certain circumstances occurs by one of the co founder wants to exit the business. Thank you again for you and your guests for producing stocks with the rest of us. Great question victor. In a very common one so first of all the pat answer and the really the right answer if you have the resources to hire an attorney and usually the best attorneys i get our through referrals from someone else who i know who is used them. So if you're in a mastermind group. I would ask for referrals there if you're in microcosm connect i would ask in there. I believe there's a legal channel or an operating channel. One of those for non microsoft connect. Why not because it's it's free for founders and aspiring founders go to microsoft connect dot com and get in there and ask for advice but referrals are the way that i found the best folks. If that's not a route you can go in the us. There's some inexpensive services that can work and they will work in the short term in the long term. They may cause problems because they are discount. It's discount legal right and rocket lawyer and legalzoom are those two and later on. If and when you hire an attorney for your company you they will often roll their eyes at the operating agreement that that you got from there because there's just no specifics to your situation is usually which wind up with but it is a discount option. In my opinion those are better than writing your own. Which i did once. It did not come back to bite me but frankly it probably should have because you just please. Don't write this on your own. If anything you can draft up the bullets and draft up the understanding between the two of you and then you hand that to a lawyer and allow them to integrate it into an operating agreement
Republicans Compare Viktor Orban to Communists
"Tucker. Carlson went to hungary last week. As many of you know. He was the speaker on saturday at a conference of young conservatives from all over europe especially eastern europe in depeche and i was the speaker of the day before and he has been an eye as well but he much more as attacked because he had viktor orban's on his program. There are bond is the head of of hungary so this is what they say. Give you an idea of the low level of the never-trumper world so these putative republicans condemned us for going. We are no different than leftists. Who went to communist countries. I know virtually all of these people. And i must tell you. My disappointment in moral idiocy is deep. You have no idea how. Well i know. Some of them and one for forty years to compare or monto communism. You can hate her. Bundle your life or are there Torture chambers and hungary like they weren't hungary and communism the that many people the communist killed in eastern europe is is he murdering people in in hungary. How about a basic thing like this. There was no way you could travel. Outside of the communist bloc when eastern europe was communist a hungarian has the freedom to travel anywhere in the world. The comparison of victor oregon to communists is another example of people trivializing communist evil. It's like comparing people to nazis. All you do is trivial is nazi evil.
Reyes 2 Triples, Tigers Beat Slumping Red Sox 8-1
"The red Sox lost for the sixth time in seven games is Victor Reyes tripled twice and collected three RBIs in the Tigers eight one route of Boston keryx Google was sharp over five shutout innings allowing five hits and striking out four the rookie had allowed six home runs over ten two thirds during his previous two starts Jonathan Scott contributed two hits and two RBIs for Detroit Boston starter Martine Perez he pulled his shortest outing of the season allowing three runs on five hits over an inning in the third the socks are one and a half games behind the AL east leading rates I'm Dave very
Victor Oladipo Agrees to Stay With Miami Heat on 1-Year Deal
"Victor Oladipo. Back back to Miami off the injury. Take a flyer on Victor the rich get richer down in South Beach. Get the white linen Press D. J. I re going for his fourth three. Miami has really done a good job this offseason Miami in Chicago. I think of the
Victor Davis Hanson Predicts 'Borderlash'
"With what I was discussing before the break about how the Democrats are hemorrhaging minority voters out of their party, and Biden is trying to stop the exodus. It's not going to happen. Victor Davis Hanson has a piece I have in my newsletter today, which is excellent. It's called Optimism Inc We could use a little bit of that the crushing weight of lies. The beginning of the peace talks about how the Democrats are running out of ways to try to defend Joe Biden's lunacy. Actual lunacy like he's losing his mind and is attached on his cognitive abilities, But his policy lunacy to But the second parts interesting as well. Talks about how the these optimistic about the future of the country because the Democrats have taken way too many bites out of the crazy Apple. He says. One of the things that's going to happen is these are his words on mine, he says. Border Lash He says an open border may take years to will take years to fix will suffer a trillion dollars and entitlement costs, legal education, food, housing and transportation assistance to accommodate the 8 to 10 million. During this administration will cross illegally into the United States may be like, well, where's the good news? He goes on, he says, but an open border cannot be hidden by this media forever. The consequences of allowing those in whose first act is to break US law. And second is to reside illegally in the US and third is to fabricate identification to perpetuate their illegal residents. It will force Americans finally closed the border. Victor Davis Hanson is a brilliant guy. I don't know if I'm as optimistic is that But folks remember Ben Stein's golden role. Yes, you know Herb Stein Ben Stein's dad, Ben Stein's A Bueller
Melissa Victor, Host of Stoopkid Stories, on Exploring Race, Equity and Injustice With Children
"Coming off the heels of all of the uprising in america. That happened during the middle of twenty. You know kids were so much more aware one because they weren't focused on being in school all day and All they had was their tablets. Tv's they could just see all of the terrible injustices happening in america. And of course. I wanted to be part of a project where kids who were getting this negative Picture from the media can also switch to podcast where them they are celebrated. They are affirmed and they have an opportunity to learn about themselves in other people who may not look like them In contrast what we will see in in the media in. I thought it was so important that we started at the route. You know for a young black girl or young chinese boy or young latino girl to sit and listen to these stories like all this is me this is why am i like fried chicken analog kimchi or we lay off edges and then we put rice water out here like we do all of these things in. That's amazing into watch that grow to stories about. How do we enter. Maverick identities having interact with other identities. And then get into the icke part. Okay now interacted with these other identities. What happens when someone who doesn't look like me Interacts with me in a harsh way. How would it my feelings around that. How do i how do i navigate that as a five six seven. Eight year old So watching the trajectory of the series. Go from this. Is who i am and this is how i deal with. Other people was a great magical in very fulfilling
Outhacking the Hackers: The Future of Cybersecurity
"Hey alva janet. Tell us more about this attack. It's my understanding. It had a cascade effect and the breach ended up affecting between eight hundred and fifteen hundred businesses and like a dozen countries. Yeah and not only did it. Impact hundreds of businesses. One of the most shocking. Things about this story is that kosei knew it was vulnerable a dutch cybersecurity group warned kosei about their weaknesses nearly three months before the attack. We contacted them on the sixth of april. This cybersecurity researcher victor gevers. He helps lead. The dutch institute for vulnerability disclosure. That's a group of volunteers who are software engineers data journalists and students by day and so called ethical hackers by nights we have a mission under the to make the digital ward safer by reporting on this we find in online and digital systems gevers in his colleagues scan the internet looking for weaknesses and software. That could be potentially exploited by cybercriminals when the dutch team found seven potentially dangerous weaknesses in cassia software. Back in april they made recommendations for how the company could and should tighten up their cyber security and action. The dutch team recommended. That kosei affixed the seven vulnerabilities. Within three months the goal was to beat cybercriminals to the punch. Here's dan timpson casillas chief technology officer one of the things that we could ask a lot is. Will you gotta heads up like why. Didn't you fix it faster. But i'm sure that you can appreciate some. Bugs are more difficult to fix than others. Cassia was almost done. I july second. The company says it had fixed four of the original seven bugs and had started patching the final three. But they weren't fast enough. Timpson says that just a few days before the internal deadline. The bad guys noticed an open door and they entered.
"victor " Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"That's bipartisanship isn't it. I mean at the same time that was happening in the senate. You had liz cheney and adam. Ken zinger joining with democrats in the house to investigate the insurrection january. Sixth i mean don't it doesn't matter the lens you look at it through. I mean if you're if you wanna if you wanna be able to make the argument that joe biden is wrong. And there is no case for bipartisanship. Yeah you can put your blinders on and look specifically at one particular issue about not getting rid of the filibuster but if you wanna make the argument that okay. Maybe he's not wrong. Sixty seven senators getting together and voting on anything Seventeen republicans joining democrats to vote on. Anything is certainly hasn't happened in the last twelve years that i can think of. Yeah i think. I think you're right in that respect but i would also point out just how long it took to get to this point. It was a key procedural. Vote from what i understand. I think just the you know biden. At i propose massive infrastructure plan that included human infrastructure. These kind of going beyond what we call guess traditional infrastructure and they got a lot to get to the point of where we are got a lot of trimming a lot of cutting and i guess get sixty seven votes but i think just the fact that we've made this meam of you know infrastructure weak infrastructure day for more than two years now that it took us two years to reach agreement on something as simple as i think infrastructure. Well it took us. It took us a one hundred and fifty days to reach agreement. I mean this is only one hundred fifty days in the biden presidency right. He hasn't had. He can't be blamed for the other sitting on your hands. Time right. that's yeah. That's that's true and i guess it's just if it takes something. I guess as simple as infrastructure one hundred days to work out or so much negotiation. And i think that infrastructure is something simple i think infrastructure is something that improves people's lives and i think that when we see so much partisanship on something as simple as simple as infrastructure. It kind of creates. I think i guess more of this kind of sense. That republicans and democrats won't be find any other consensus on bigger issues like you know finding consensus on climate. Change your voting rights. I was gonna get excited about you. Victor because you've seemed to have such a positive you call it naive. I don't call it naive. This positive attitude in this upbeat idealism for politics in america but now you're bramley down with you. I'll sudden to this this this idea that you don't think that it's possible and you know the purpose you in jail. Line banks as i've said. Have this really interesting. Podcast where you compare. You're not just political opinions but you both on the same side of the aisle. But you have vast age difference between the two of you. And i think that's just a fascinating way to look at issues here on this show. We ask how. It's possible to get along and i'll ask you that more as we go on but i sometimes wonder if people want to. Do you think people want to get along because it would. It would seem to me that if people wanted to get along they would cheer for a win. For a bipartisan win. Instead of saying okay we'll find our infrastructure was easy and these other things are going to be really hard and there's not gonna be there's going to be bipartisanship. People aren't gonna work together in in order to have that success. Someone joe biden in this particular case. And i've owned that bias and people know that like him but someone had to have the faith that it was going to happen in the first place that it was possible while a bunch of folks add. Joe biden your old. And you don't know what you're talking about your you know. Bipartisanship is dead. Someone had to say no. I'm right it is still possible and then look today or this week. It did happen. Do you think that people need to believe that. It's possible first before it can happen or is are or how much of a self-fulfilling prophecy is partisanship. So i guess. I i i agree. I think that there should. In general we should celebrate the infrastructure. Plan i guess in the sense that we were able to get seventeen. Republicans on board and that that was moment to come together. But i think also we should recognize that it took one hundred fifty days like you said to get that done and i came across something that i found really interesting in that was basically the number of americans who identifies either. Democrats independents are republicans. And what they found was that usually it's a third a third. Were a third identifies. Democrats have third identifies republicans of third identifies as independence. and now. it's that forty percent of americans didn't find his independence. Thirty percent as up. Republicans thirty percent to as democrats and my initial impression. When reading that statistic was that i thought that bipartisanship at least in terms of the american people was possible that we because we identifies independence. Somehow we could reach more consensus on different issues but one of the most fascinating aspects about that poll. I thought was that people are still voting for the same candidates for the same party. That forty percent are still voting for the same people and so i think in turn what that really raised me was that our whole incentive structure at least for congress people and people who are supposed to represent us is backwards in the sense that they get more extreme and they don't find any willingness to change because their voters are still going to vote for that. Well until i mean. I think one one mistake that often is made. In my opinion in the media is when we present these three pockets of voters republicans. Democrats and independents. They always make the mistake of putting the independence in between the republicans and democrats and being independent in america. Although it may look like it on paper does not mean being a moderate and there are so so so so so many of those people in that independent bucket who are arguably more conservative than republicans or more liberal than democrats who don't fit in a moderate independent does not mean conservative when i ran for congress myself a lot of independence but trust me in the district iran and they were all hard core tea party. What would today be maga- voters just. Because they were independent. Didn't mean they're gonna vote. They might change parties. You're talking about. I think the incentive for the reasons that we need to change some of the structural components of our voting system our electoral system. How did you feel about Joe mansions compromise proposal that he presented in the senate a few month or so ago regarding voting rights. Right right so. I thought it was a step forward. I thought a lot of what he included was. I think a good faith effort to reach across the aisle. But what i think in terms of gen z. And how young people think is.
Federal Court Lifts CDC Pandemic Restrictions for Florida-Based Cruise Ships
"Victor Oh, Kendall. A win for the cruise line industry is a federal judge lifts pandemic restrictions. Florida based cruise ships no longer have to limit their voyages under the latest ruling by a federal appeals court, and it comes as the CDC continues to fight for the restrictions to continue, but the judge's ruling found the CDC has failed to demonstrate any entitlement to a judicial
When Pat Boone Met Elvis Presley
"Brooklyn high school. This is the fifties you are the big star. You've got three major hits on the charts you perform a brooklyn high three thousand kids and you're opening act is a nobody named elvis aaron presley. Yeah whatever happened to that guy. Well he's around no memory. He's not around a personally but anyway bill randle knew that sun records on which elvis had made one record had been sold to. Rca victor or they had sold the contract or elvis presley to rca. Victor and he hadn't even made a record yet for rca. His first record was heartbreak hotel but he hadn't recorded it yet. What he had recorded was one song to songs. On both sides of a record on sun records out of memphis a little label down there south and was recording not recording but performing on the louisiana hayride a radio show like the grand opera but outta shreveport louisiana louisiana hayride and And so a bill. Randle ask him and got elvis. Whoever was managing to come to cleveland so he could be introduced to the to the teen audience at salk where i was the headliner and going to perform and when he picked me up at the airport bill randle. He's he said is gonna come up from shreveport to to open the program for you tonight and named an a. He's a any told me who who was. What's his name. He said elvis presley. You haven't heard of him. And i said no i have. I heard a record of is on the jukebox in dallas. But i said bill. He's a hillbilly. I mean this was a bill. Monroe song blue moon of kentucky. Keep on shine and it's not rock and roll. I said is going to go over. Well tonight he said well we'll find out because he knew that he'd been signed. Rca victor was excited about this newcomer. So but i was backstage at high school when elvis and his entourage of about three guys came in lamar fi. Thank charlie hodge. Maybe one of his musicians to musicians. And so elvis walked in and his collar turned up his hair long. And kinda grease in then over too long but slipped back in his pants long over some scuffed up white. Black shoes said hi elvis. I'm pat boone's mention and any extended his hand but he didn't shake hands. Just let me shake his hand. Nobody his mom and daddy hadn't instructed him. How a man shakes as he disliked you shake
"victor " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"X. As zippo marks victor. Tell us you said you are on the board or on the southern border with your wife. I forget your wife's name. Eileen brave woman. You guys do this work together. It's amazing tell us how briefly how it is that these coyotes and that these incredibly violent thugs use children to get into this country. I they're so organized it's beyond what people could imagine. We rolled up an observation post with border patrol in the national guard and there was a coyote a female filming us with their camera. We got out brought my dog walk right up to her and said hey. What are you filming. She says i'm with the media. She was with no media. Shoes recording faces our license plate and reporting it back to the cartels. Nobody crosses that river without a wristband which is their id. They're put in data systems. But i'll tell you. All of this is a smokescreen. The human trafficking of just pushing people cross allows the overwhelmed border patrol in law enforcement and that allows them now to get the drugs in which are killing. I mean eighty thousand people died of overdose last year. So to your point before the break the left liberals that complained so much about kids being in cages. We were there under the trump administration. We're here now and i'll tell you something. I is any left leaning people democratic down there helping women or children..
"victor " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Well listen victor. Here's the issue. Everybody with half a brain knows that that is going on. We have to be blunt and say to those on the left side of the aisle. You're harming people we have to stop playing the game that if you care about people you let people come in. If it were that simple we could talk about it. But it's not that simple. Children and women are being abused and used horrifyingly because of the policies of the current fake administration. So if you care about children and women and you don't stand up against this and understand. This is wicked. You're a hypocrite. There's no way around it. And i know this is real but obviously every now and again. I get to talk to somebody like you. Victor marks you have seen it. You have lived it. I mean we're going to go to break in a second but when we come back i want you to talk about this victor because people just need to hear it from somebody that what you're saying is true that this is kind of like the bleeding heart liberal. You hear that term people at their so sloppy. They're all emotion and because of that it leads to pain and misery and abuse and violence and rape so ladies and gentlemen we need to grow up and have intelligent policies because we really do care about these women. Children go to victor marks dot com. We'll be right back. Gannett long term.
"victor " Discussed on Darknet Diaries
"If we dig further. Something's gotta come up. Yeah that's just not the case with victor. He walks proudly on the ethical side of the line. goofy dot. If you start looking for my name this is how. I always work. So for that part. I was not worried after three weeks. The dutch prosecutor meeting decision. They said yes gaining unauthorized access to someone else's account is illegal in the netherlands. But there's a special circumstance that allows for it which is responsible disclosure and it supported by case law. They confirmed that. Victor had gotten into trump's twitter but carefully considered his intentions. Their analysis revealed that victor's intentions were good and that he was free to go as an ethical hacker. What relief. It's been a long road for victor any other groups to from back in two thousand sixteen. They'd been nervous about the two thousand sixteen hacked concerned that if they came to the us defcon or something that they might get detained or trump might be out to get them but then that nightmare went on repeat in two thousand and twenty and hung like a dark cloud over victor head but finally it was all over and he had an official ruling to backup that his actions were ethical. I'm happy this is got solved. The fix i don't look at it as as a successful responsible to florida doesn't count towards one of the five thousand seven hundred. Eighty nine responsible to solicitors. You have count as well is a case number case number five seven and issue about was not successful because the person to address did not accept the message and i hope i hope i will know find more twitter accounts for us elections open anymore. I don't think that I think our responsibility for bus firms like to return for everyone has a very fight account or very important mccown should ask you know by default. Dr there's some worries about. it actually. Learns something about it. But i do hope. It's other people's redistributing such a good boss were either i use his boss else or you may be able to the gatien so if that happens based on this story be happy with output. I hope i hope for the best. It's hard to know what's changed for sure over at twitter since this incident. I guess twitter ban trump. So that kind of fix the problem right like you can't hack an account that doesn't exist but it's not clear how much twitter is enforcing this two factor authentication requirement for political accounts or major influential accounts. However victor and. I tried to do this again by looking accounts that don't have to roth. Indication turned on and we no longer see the message that used to be displayed. No matter if someone has two factor authentication turned on or not. You get the same era message when putting in the wrong password which is good. It means if someone was going to be like victor but had malicious intent. They'd have a harder time finding insecure accounts. Victor hasn't slowed down since this incident. He's still finding vulnerabilities and reporting them. In a proper way in fact he's launching the dvd academy soon which aims to teach young adults it security and research skills that he thinks schools providing him in the guild of the grumpy old hackers one and keep an eye on the younger generation to help guide them and coach them to be safe and responsible in this digital age. They believe the youth are.
"victor " Discussed on Darknet Diaries
"With a necessary auto right on the phone with the secret. Service was flabbergasted to find out the weren't aware of the two thousand sixteen twitter hockey dead on trump. i guess in two thousand sixteen trump wasn't president yet so you must have had a different group of people taking care of him then. I don't know why they didn't know so for me. That shows dot even when you're reporting store government not everyone are always aware of which can lead to history repeating itself like it was right then victor forwarded his coordinated disclosure to the secret service. They said they'd investigate it and take care of things and after he got off the phone that was case closed for disclosure number. Five thousand seven hundred eighty victor hacked trump a second time. He felt good that he'd gotten through to someone in authority authority and that somebody was doing something about this but then twitter and the white house denied that all this happened. What twitter says. We don't see evidence in files. That's that's not denying didn't happen if you take very literally. The white house was freaked here from. This is never happens. Twitter did say in a statement that was widely circulated by news outlets that. They hadn't seen any evidence to corroborate. The claim the also added that the up security for high profile election related twitter accounts in the us a quote from the white house. Deputy press secretary judd. Deer also spread around. He denied the claim. Saying it was quote. Absolutely not true and quote but victor had evidence and so to see. These denies was just flabbergasted to him. I guess with the election so near the white house just didn't want the bad press that trump's password was mega twenty twenty exclamation point but now victor's name was all over this news story. The wider world became aware of what he did. And you might guess that not. Everyone thought he did the right thing. I go wow what were they. Most of them were very supportive. But are people don't know me personally or not. The word i do and day acted life on you. Do this your fraud. You do it for the money. That kind of remark night. Okay bernie. you don't know meal in fines. You know. I respect european by lucas looking back. If i could have done differently it had done this quietly. Yeah that would have been better for all bargin involves. Some people also called victor out for doing unwanted pen tests against trump raising again ethical question. Is it okay to test someone security if they didn't ask for it to verify that someone's columns or an election or a bersin itself is risk. I don't see as unwanted. Bend this if you look technically to law dan. you're exiting a system without permission true. So you're breaking a rule but are you breaking a rule with intention to do good. Victor believed what he was doing was for the greater good to help. Secure the president's twitter account he also said his definition of a pen test is to use any tool to get in and just stop at nothing. He says he didn't do that. He saw the potential of a problem and took limited action to investigate. If the first strike would immediately give error message none would have and will be busy doing something else. If trump had two factor authentication turned on this would have never even been a story and looking back busy doing something else. Sure is a nice thought because victor's saga with trump was about to take a turn for the worse it all started after. Us authorities reached out to the dutch government and ask someone to take a look into victor's claims. I was asked to testify in showed evidence that i have the way that the responsible disclosure was done the investigation the handling of communication. This was heavy. This was a criminal investigation. Which i don't think the dutch government took it upon themselves seems to me that the white house was pushing the dutch government to conduct this investigation. And for victor. It wasn't a good luck who was really stressful to. Yeah sure he was getting weird. Dm's getting called out online but now he was under a criminal investigation in his own country. And there were major consequences for this if the public prosecutor's office decided he was guilty. This could be big problems for him. Especially if he were to get extradited to the us my job even say you're guilty but you will not be punished. They'll be enough for me to lose my job because the civil servants is not allowed to have when i cannot work for the government anymore that means i have to stop my phone. Tears work that. I do my own sweet time. Everything figure says his employer with the dutch government was nervous to they knew. Victor was passionate about cleaning up the internet securing all those thousands of open ports databases but all this bad press about trump was putting pressure on his employer. And sometimes that alone is enough to get you fired simply that your employer doesn't want to go through the stress of handling this incident because what victor did was making some pretty big news where andrew twitter account of the president of the united states. That is something else. This was all turning into a nightmare. The pile up of stress reminded victor that just like in two thousand. Sixteen the timing of this with the election just a few weeks away added extra stressed the situation horrible dining if it goes to this when the dutch hi tech crime unit came knocking. Victor spent hours answering their questions over the course of a day. They want to make sure that i did everything. According to the book with the best inventions as say have to be able to prove that victor showed them everything screenshots. Emails phone logs everything that he showed why he did how he did it. And how he tried to get in touch with trump and he had to sign a witness statement. He felt solid about how he handled it. Though he had stuck to his strict code of conduct and hadn't done anything evil while in trump's account there were things he was careful not do. Do not send. Dm's put flags or you know tweets or anything else. Don't do anything bad. Because that will be unexplainable. He also felt good about working with the high tech crimes unit. These aren't technology amateurs their experts to and have a good understanding of cybersecurity. Burmese nice to know that someone is handling looking at the case new accessible going on. Yeah because if someone had investigated this case and didn't understand the dab on nuances of the situation this could have made. Victor look like a criminal. But victor would have to put those good vibes aside because the ultimate decision about whether or not he committed a crime was resting with the public prosecutor's office. His professional life and nonprofit work were left hanging in the balance for weeks. There's no more way to do this if there's a better way to short on the next time we'll take certain steps where we do probably different or balcony better. Well done in the best way possible at that moment still is with the best intentions. You're breaking the law. Because her very good reason this case was on on the line of if you do this dance acceptable. If you do not accept where is the line. What victor did have going for him was twenty two year history of ethical hacking and responsible disclosures. The moment someone starts investigating him to see his connection with the dutch institute for vulnerability disclosures and the gdi foundation. Maybe an investigator will think.
"victor " Discussed on Darknet Diaries
"To here's the basic process. Databases run on a certain port. So like my sequel for example runs on port. Three three zero six and so he can just scan the internet or use a website like showdown to i look for any. Ip's that have port three three zero six open then once he finds that till try default user names and passwords or maybe a handful of very weak passwords. Like the word password to see if. That's it and yeah from this alone. He was tripping over tons of open databases. Some even have passwords at all. Then they tell all the database owners that their stuff is insecure as their efforts grew so did the number of people pitching in to help gdi in the beginning it was just victor and his friends but almost fifty different volunteers have joined on the last five years in that time. Foundation has filed coordinated vulnerability disclosures on over a million security issues. Out there on the internet. You can see us like the volunteer fire brigade or emergency how we want to prevent That people become a victim of volunteers. Help prevents abuse by tightly for systems. That are already indexed by other sources as soon as possible and we just one of those many many Volunteering groups line. The paint's victor could have called it good after starting up the gdp foundation. But no he's possessed any tapes. His self proclaimed the role of the internet janitor seriously in two thousand nineteen. He got involved with another nonprofit called the dutch institute for vulnerability disclosure or dvd and. Victors the chairman. Dvd is a lot like gdi but it's ran by dutch researchers and they often scan computers in the netherlands for vulnerabilities. If we're gonna find organization within minutes them we immediately collection on Off the is being service provider will force on Senator back to their cost and sometimes find problems on the dutch government's network. Which is interesting because victor works for the dutch government. By putting these communication frameworks in blaze in these agreements. We can prevent dodgeville liberty. Stay line which is definitely a noble thing to do but let's pump the breaks here for a second because there's a catch to doing all this do gutting. So let's talk about the ethics here for a second. You are actively looking for vulnerabilities in companies. That aren't asking you to look for vulnerabilities. I certainly is there. An essex problem with that ask for me. No very simple and the work that we do is nonprofit voluntarily and to prevent the people that we are warned as they become a victim. Victor says what it really comes down to is what your aim is. There is a fine line where you have to look What does he intention now. And i going to access to system our account and starting showing off or using for my own benefits to show that. I had accents to or i'm to be discreet as possible and try out. This is your this is your issue. You need to fix this. What you can protect yourself. So if your purposes to surf around the internet poking and prodding looking for weaknesses but you're not planning to tell anyone about it but you look a lot like a hacker. Who's up to no good. But if you're going to coordinate with the person who you found a vulnerability with and tell them privately fix it well then you've crossed into the good side but we're here. Is that line though the foundation. Dvd mark that line with strict code of conduct and mission statements which has posted to their websites. Here's an outline i. They don't do this for profit. They don't ask for any bounty reward or ransom for finding vulnerability third nonprofits and they're supported by donations and sponsors. They don't launch attacks against networks. That would degrade the service in any way. They don't buy or sell stolen data. They look for well known vulnerability stuff that doesn't require advanced skills or tools to exploit and the only use passive scans and only push deeper if they find something we act on where there's smoke there must be fired. I'm not going to taking my neighbor's door. Because i think there is a fire. Well there's no smoke outside the d'arno signals that there's something wrong dan. There should be a reason for me to start digging into it. Finally and this is important. They don't air people's dirty laundry when they find a problem it stays between them and the owner and they don't ask them to admit anything to the public they just asked it gets fixed and then they move on. It's great to have an ethical framework and a strict code of conduct but there can still be areas for example this whole thing with trump's tweets in two thousand sixteen that did expose trump's dirty laundry so to speak hit the news and everything but i think they preferred it if it was done quietly. And so when you've got the world's attention you have to tread a little more carefully so as promise the story of victor's coordinated disclosure number five thousand seven hundred eighty see i. I interviewed the grumpy hackers back in october. Twenty twenty and i was going to post this episode right around the election time but then something happened which really put twist in the story so it was just a couple of weeks before the us presidential election. Victors twitter feed is crammed with election coverage and conspiracy theories people getting you know. These elections are rigged to people are going to produce for your social media interesting. Let's see which shows you are all involved with this election. The presidential election of two thousand twenty. It was a pretty volatile time. Disinformation was spreading everywhere. And yeah if someone were to hack a political figures. Twitter account could have some serious consequences. So victor was curious about the security of the twitter accounts for the presidential candidates was looking at both. Their personal official accounts. Personal ones are like at. Joe biden mike pence donald trump and have blue check marks which means twitter has verify these people but then there's official accounts like at police and at vp. And these have american flags followed by. Us government account. So how can you check the security of these accounts. Well it turns out if you type in the username. Just bogus password. It'll tell you two different messages. Depending on if you have two factor authentication turned on or not. Victor figured out these error codes which meant he could see if somebody had two factor authentication on or not so he went through a bunch of the presidential candidate twitter accounts to see if they had extra security features turned on like two factor authentication. Since he already knew everyone's username he would. Just go to the twitter log in page type in the username and then some bogus password. Strike biden. okay let's try. Let's try to be account. If it told them the error message which indicated this two factor authentication turn on. He'd just move onto the next one. I'll does twitter. Calls are particularly with excess. Judy measures except bottled trump. We what donald trump's personal twitter account didn't have two factor authentication.
"victor " Discussed on Darknet Diaries
"So we're picking back up with one of the members of the guild of the grumpy old hackers. We're talking with victor. I'm fascinated with his work. He's on twitter as zero x dude. He's made a life out of filing coordinated vulnerability disclosures. He's a self proclaimed janitor of the internet. Victor is constantly scanning around looking for vulnerabilities and reporting them. And i'm not talking about a few reports here and there so your twitter bio says five thousand seven hundred eighty nine responsible disclosures wet towel started liking nine hundred ninety eight. That's a lot so you're talking you've been doing responsible for over. Twenty years is twenty two years. Yeah all right. So let's actually go back to his first vulnerability disclosure. He used to go to a video store sometimes to rent movies when he was younger before. Netflix's there were like these stores that you could go in and browse for the movies and borrow one for the night or whatever. The store wasn't far from his house. He'd head down there every friday to pick up some movies for the weekend problem was everyone also had that same friday. Evening was always rush hour people piled into the store and pestered whoever was behind the counter. A is this movie in or do you have this one yet. Or i want to watch this one. Is it available. Employees would have to stop whatever they were doing and try to answer all these questions and they got fed up with that so the store installed a computer that customers could use to look for the titles themselves to victor this open and unlocked computer which was connected to the stores network in inventory really caught his attention so he got on it but the computer was locked down and only gave users access to search the store's inventory on what was in stock. You couldn't do anything else on this computer. But victor took that as a challenge to see. If there was something else he could do on it terminal that was just on a unix terminal either was security shifts at one. I could break out of their shell and just get access to that system bam but just hitting control shift f. One victor take over this computer. He could slyly pull up his account reserve movies and add credits to his account. He could see all the other people's accounts to and take a look at what movies. They checked out. Victor told the storm that this new computer is a liability. And they said there wasn't much they could do about it because the company that wrote the software is really out of business but the store took this morning and tried to fix the problem themselves actually was kind of a joke to victor. Sort of funny part was dead week later. The owner of that source as well. We fixed the security because they put like a layer cover on the keyboard basically they just covered some of the keys with a shield to prevent people from typing certain keys. Like control f. wine. Victor told jim tat doesn't quite work but the store disagreed. So victor set to prove them wrong and use a paper clip to paperclips to get under the plastic and still pressing those buttons but edward paper clip hands. Here screwed it up and he hit the wrong key. I'd like to which was the option for server and the server but didn't startup anymore so he was trying to prove to the store that the shield just didn't work but now he made it worse than crash the system on accident. He glanced over at the checkout counter. The employees were trying to scan the barcodes on movies. But it wasn't working. It turned out. This computer had more than one job and it wasn't just there to allow customers to search for movies to write down everything by hands so i created old traffic jam. The store eventually got things up and running again. And what victor learn from. This whole thing was finding vulnerabilities on computers is fun but if he was going to do this kind of work he'd have to be more cautious. If i want to do a good thing. I have to be very careful being descriptive and i a heist extinct or visit people who are responsible systems and find a a fine line between being helpful and being obnoxious. It was about the same time that victor found himself at a crossroads in life while he was working on. These early vulnerability disclosures ethical hacking. He was also busy cracking software which is illegal to circumvent copyright protections on software. And you realize this dilemma. And he came to a realization. If i keep going in this direction i will get nowhere. So so was like okay. Well what can i do to make more useful at. I can help other people now getting in trouble as still doing cool things because still accessing systems. Permission up still. i'm cool. Who's at this moment. That victor realized he needed to use his skills for good. This man is going to keep hacking for vulnerabilities. You have to do it. Under a strict code of ethical conduct though he'd spent years practicing and honing his techniques to do this and yes it is damn cool to still get to hack into systems and not get in trouble for it so after college. Victor began his career. It he worked his way up from system administrator to network administrator and got a job with the dutch government over the years he kept finding vulnerabilities and issuing these disclosures to people kind of like a hobby but when he realized he wanted to get even more serious about it it was in two thousand sixteen him and a friend started a nonprofit. That was all about finding and reporting vulnerabilities. They called it the foundation. Their hope was that people in other countries would start. Gdi chapters and build a global network of volunteers. Working to help security internet's their mission is to protect a free and open internet by trying to make it safe and by those guarding the well being of humans online to ensure respect for all human il actual freedom and to prevent and mitigate digital abuse and quote. Victor didn't mess around. He asked for an entire year off from his day job. Not just any year either. Two thousand sixteen a leap year. Let's do for one year. Three hundred sixty six days nonstop findings that our abilities as march as humanly possible. Victor and his friends went all in here. There's one of insecure stuff on the internet. Databases just left open with default credentials servers wide open in different services and ports that were not secured. It's pretty sad how easy it is to find vulnerabilities out there but the tricky part is telling someone about it trying to find who owns that server and contact details of like stuff belong seal after fifty minutes investigating a database most time. You know woody owners. Once they know who's in charge of it they send over responsible disclosure. Email outlining the problem and how to fix after all that adds database to a script. That's constantly running. It checks up on the database every so often just to see if stuff gets patched or worse if a hacker got in and stole some data or wipe the whole thing. Because that's an option to a hacker could just get in there and delete everything by the summer of two thousand sixteen just a couple months into this new. Gd i adventure. Victor was the db's wash. Doc i think i've seen every open database.
"victor " Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Everybody to Persona Four, hundred, twelve, the podcast I am happy as always to be here with you. Thank you for stopping by if this is your first time listening to the podcast please get over there in Baghdad subscribe button did not want to miss all the action is coming your way right here on. I. Play. Fatherhood. All right. Dad's I. Have An awesome guest. Returning to the podcast today Victor Allah is a retired supervisory special agent with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Ice on the apartment of Homeland Security while he was on assignment in Mexico Victor suffered multiple gunshot wounds and survive what was just a brutally violent ambush by a Mexican drug cartel in which is partner special agent hymies apart the tragically lost his life for his service. Victim received a number of awards including the Valor Award by the federal law enforcement officers. Association as well as the Medal of Valor by the Hispanic American Command Officers Association. If you guys are unfamiliar with what happened the victim and his partner, I highly recommend you check out the documentary agent down murder on highway fifty, seven, I'm GonNa include a link in the show notes. That also victims got a brand new book out today agent under fire, a murder and a manifesto. The linked to that will be down there in the show notes as well. Victor is currently a candidate for south, Lake City Council in Texas it's an automatic back on the podcast here Victor Oslo will be here in just a few minutes please stick around for the interview. And today's interview with Victor Avalon was recorded on video and is available for you guys to watch on my youtube channels. If you'd like to watch today's conversation, please subscribe to first fatherhood on Youtube link is into description of today's podcast episode. All right and I've got nothing but respect for our men and women of law enforcement. But especially for those like victor who have worked on cases of human trafficking, which in my opinion is not reported enough by the mainstream media if you missed my interview with Navy. Seal. Craig Sawyer who founded vets for child rescue please go back take a listen to it. I've had the honor of having Craig on the podcast twice I've. Also had Hugh Jackson on the show twice he helps victims of child trafficking cope with all their trauma. Those episodes are available in the archives.
"victor " Discussed on Hustleshare
"A podcast after eight, but before we begin with likes to remind you that this month, teens were language, so make sure there are no kids when you're listening to this because we're going to be. College dropout. Jot The founders of tinder. Invest on him and his name is Victor Rivera of Avalon school. Now Victor took a very easy cash at such a young age. Just he wanted to pursue be in a startup and he dropped out of college. Out of his parents house. Just to live in pursuance me now wasn't easy because he had to bet on himself when he volunteered to be an inter for la who've what he was trying to make ends meet to survive on his own the victors. What happened how we've this guilt at? All the way to how you Joan advantage a lottery cleaning mrs where he did not become successful yet now, victor bet on himself again by joining pay Mondo where he did grow packing in marketing where he countered the problem that led him to. Avenue. And here victor also share why he created. That's cool to fill. The still developers have here Philippines in order for them to be able by startups. That's the gradually add because he will share. How got the founders of tinder best in avalon school. This very cool. If you're ready to learn the hustle behind Abby School Let's begin this up. Right. Yeah..
"victor " Discussed on Con Artists
"Welcome to con artists podcast original. I'm Alyssa murden. Every week. We peel back. The layers of history's greatest deceptions and tell the stories of the hustlers swindlers windless and fraudsters. That ochestrated them. I'll dive into that psychology breakdown that tricks and explain why anyone might fool for a con- you you can find episodes of con artists and all other cost originals for free on spotify. Or wherever. You listen to podcasts to stream con artists for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type Cardis in the search bar at podcast with grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network and if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening? It really does help us last week. We discussed Victor Lustick a European con artist who got his start hustling passengers on transatlantic liners before staging more elaborate cons throughout the United States. When the police we started closing in on him lustiger escaped to Paris where he successfully pulled off his most ambitious con selling the Eiffel Tower? Twice this week we'll see how lustiger con work put him in the crosshairs of police all over the United States after taking taking advantage of the wrong mark. We'll also talk about how the Great Depression forced lustick to think outside the box and how his counterfeiting onto fitting enterprise threatened to topple the already fragile American economy.
"victor " Discussed on Con Artists
"On September first nineteen thirty five as the clock struck one. PM The streets underneath underneath the Federal House of detention was bustling as usual. Taxis zoomed by Newspaperman. Pedestrians bustled back and forth going through the emotions of their daily routine. No one took any notice of the window. Washer slowly working his way down the side of the detention center whenever a pedestrian happened to glance upward. The man paused wiping a window theatrically until the pasta by turned away. If they they looked close enough they might have noticed that the man was hanging onto a rope made of old knotted sheets hardly proper equipment for a man in his is precarious position. Suddenly while he was still a couple of stories from the ground the makeshift rope slipped the washer careened towards the pavement panicking. He grabbed at the bars of the windows. Balancing precariously as the rope steadied itself. The near Miss. It drew a crowd as the window. Washer slowly lowered himself down to the street. There were a few claps and cheers from the interested pedestrians. The washer gave the crowd smile and bow then without skipping a beat slipped into a side alley and disappeared. As has he did so. A member of the crowd realized what building the Washer had come from. He rushed to the gates of the detention center. Banged on the cold. I am vase and shouted for the Gods a prisoner the CON artist. Victor Lustig had just escaped.
"victor " Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Victor Oladipo <Speech_Male> on the show. <Speech_Male> He is <Speech_Male> Indiana Pacer <Speech_Male> He <Speech_Male> was just on a show recalled <Speech_Male> the masks <Speech_Male> singer <Speech_Male> and I <Speech_Male> think that he was <Speech_Male> rod because he didn't <Speech_Male> win it but <Speech_Male> The judges <Speech_Male> were in <Silence> awe of <Speech_Music_Male> your talents <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> You know before <Speech_Male> the break you <Speech_Male> were talking about how <Silence> you know <Speech_Male> the coal <Speech_Male> and Ken. 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"victor " Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Because like Robin Thicke Nicolo. Oh all them. People were up there. You know what I mean. And it was assigned Nazem guest speakers like t pain god-like that came and I was like well. They think I'm good living so it was. It was a special moment for me because I kind of grew up watching those judges up there so for them to really believed that I was actually good. Was Kinda like special moment for me. Musudan Naso great-power Gis Not Making it to the last show. 'cause I'm a competitor second. Alas ain't bad at all for somebody Cardi who doesn't do it every day. I take that I mean I mean. It's funny because I was watching the Dan Le Batard show this morning. And obviously that's a show in in which they talk about you a lot with your normal job and they did like ten minutes on U. Mass senior which I thought was amazing. Funny Bit they're all talking about. How Oh good? You are at singing that I think a lot of people didn't realize and so for you. It's gotTA BE Super It's affirming that there's this other thing that you always need your kind of good out but like everyone talking about how amazing your singing as got a feel good. Does it make you want to do do more of this baby after your basketball career is ended or while it's still going on. I mean you know we were just listening to rope second in. Yeah it.
"victor " Discussed on The Lead
"Oh Hey Scott. It's could be. How are you today? Hey I'm doing well. How are you doing well? Where are we calling you right now? So I am home in Indianapolis trying to take advantage of a rare off-day a non practice day for the Pacers today. Well as the Pacers beat writer is someone who knows this team in out probably better than anyone else did you think. Part of that job job description would be watching hours. This ridiculous reality show. No I didn't at all. I mean I was not even aware of this show to be frank learning about it as the lead into the first episode and then it was obvious right away that I would be continuing to watch it. Throughout the season explained that those of us who have no idea what the show. It's what is the mass thing or show behind demands essentially what it is is celebrities inside a costume and singing. And there's a panel of about five judges trying to guess who is behind the costume in the mass. Celebrities are throwing their voices. Is there a changing their physical traits. Anything they can do to make us not guess correctly eventually leading to one champion down the end of the road. All of these contestants like random celebrities there from all walks of fame or are they all good singers. I think most of them are from what I've seen. Generally you have some very well known stars. You have of many others that I would guess your average sports fan may not be exactly aware of and so that's part of the fun. These contestants these celebrities unease there in these just ridiculous costumes like I obviously had to watch an episode preparing for this interview. And it's basically like American idol or the voice on on on acid. They're like evil mascots. So these costumes just wild nothing. I had ever quite seen before. And when they speak to the judges judges their voices are distorted to conceal their identity. Like it's like witness protection meets Alvin and the chipmunks. Okay okay. So he's not and we don't actually find out who's in the costume until performer loses and gets knocked out of the competition. That's correct the whole point of it is to see how long each contested can go and make their way until the very end. But at the end of each episode one member voted off based on their talent. And then there's an unmasking ceremony where they reveal their true identities. Scott you are going to make the case that one of this. The seasons masked contestants is Indiana Pacers. Star Victor Oladipo first of all. Tell us a little bit about his background. Yes victor is a rising star in the NBA. I it he's been voted to the All Star game each of the last couple of years he's currently sidelined with the first significant injury of his career. A ruptured quad tendon. So he hasn't played basketball since January. And that's eating a live at him. His mom and father Nigerian roots. His Dad actually pushed him away from basketball. Escobar prefer that he. He really focused on his study reading. That's what was going to make him go far in life. His mom was fine with basketball. And in Victor going back choose high. School days was always the underrated guy who had an infectious attitude and outworked. Everyone and how has the basketball world come to know. Victor Oladipo Singer. Yes so Indiana fans. I got to know him back. In two thousand Rosen. Eleven when he was in his first year at IU. And they had a spirit of Indiana showcase where some of the most talented athletes could perform. Could Sing dance and show off off other talent. Perhaps a hidden town ladies and Gentlemen Victor Twist Your Body Body Jane to it wasn't until six years later in two thousand seventeen during an NBA talent showcase on TNT. Where Victor Sing a song and not only won that competition but he won the following year as well and that put the League on notice about his singing talents? He later released an EP in the following year released his first album..
"victor " Discussed on Podcast Borracho
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"victor " Discussed on The Woj Pod
"Ramallah on air with pacers guard victor oladipo victor how are you i'm good feeling good hunt stigma one day at a time i usually have like a notebook pretty good notes almost with anybody i go in with and because of your career and i feel like i've been there not for the whole thing but for most of it now i don't know if you remember this so and indiana your freshman year that you were going into your freshman year and i used to take my son a time creams basketball camp is you know tomen our relation for a long time you were just shown up for your freshman year i think it was a summer before and i don't know if you remember this coach crean said two i think we were at the facility later in the evening one day and he had you take us on a tour de members via the practice silva unify credible whose leg bring ring memorable and i remember and we were there late it was after camp one day was like an afternoon campus like a weekend thing and you played horse with my son ben who just yesterday played his first high school game which is how you gotta be kim yeah so he was small and you that you let him get a letter on you then you went to like the top of the key and it was over on who might have an internet but when you got to indiana you not a big time recruit indiana's indiana but program had been brought back yet what are you remember about leaving damascus the go anti eu at a time when i was probably the biggest name that recruited you you were a big camera recruit while going back in thinking about a news.
"victor " Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Um and it was a it was a crushing crushing feeling um f after having worked so hard to to get to that point filling back that victor obviously it was a grey situation at the beginning because you know you had a company that really wanted to make something happen for a specific reason and you had the opportunity to do that then things can assert the fall apart the wheels are coming off looking back now the experience a you have was the lesson the you really take way what's the lesson they want to make sure you're passing 42 listeners right now one of the most difficult things to do when you're raising money is to try and do it in a hurry with a deadline and i even experienced this now today you know of are trying to do something quickly you appear desperate and desperation never attractive you know he think about it just note in the realm of dating you know is the more desperate you you appear them or more repulsive are and it's exactly the same so when when you're trying to do things on a short time wine in business eu appear desperate and that you know he even if the reality is is that that you've got a short time line and the deadlines a real you wanna trying to extend that as much as possible so that you give people the time to paste along with you uh and get to the finish line fire nation there's a reason why homo sapiens had been around seventy eighty thousand years b as he had these inmates sensors in us aren't got our intuition is there and they tell you desperation is one of a we can sniff at a mile away as humans is homo sapiens that she's a reality of life we can sense that we can smell it so you just can't put yourself in a situation where that is you because you will come out with a short end of the stick nine times at a time correct so victor let's not talk about one of the greatest ideas you've added dates i mean you've had a lot of good ideas over the years.