35 Burst results for "Willy"

Rep. Brooks: Trump's Strategy Was Pressuring NATO Countries to Step Up

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Brooks: Trump's Strategy Was Pressuring NATO Countries to Step Up

"But I'd like to talk to you about what's going on in Ukraine My first question for you you know I don't want to get into a Biden versus Trump thing specifically right now but I do want to get into a strategy conversation congressman president Trump was very unpredictable with the Russians You know he wiped out those Russian marks on the battlefield He had looked to expand magnitsky he had sanctioned the Nord stream to pipeline I made him very unpredictable of the predictable excuse me to Putin and Putin didn't really toy with him That all changed with the recent change in president This is causing a real problem here in an escalation on Putin's end Your thoughts on that Well Donald Trump was very forceful He had it right particularly with respect to NATO in which he demanded that our Western European allies contribute more to their own collective defense instead of relying so much on the United States of America for their defense President Trump caught a lot of flak for doing what he did But I don't think anybody would say he was wrong today to have done what he did And if Western Europe had done more than they'd be better positioned to be able to defend Europe from an invasion by Russia Who knows how far Putin wants to go Today the Ukraine yesterday it was Georgia before that it was while somewhere back in there It was the Crimea What's going to be next The Balkans And here I used to step up to the plate They can not continue to rely on the United States of America for their national security They have three times the population of Russia They have roughly ten times as much economic capability as Russia They should have the ability then the manpower and the money to put together a national defense that would scare the willies out of Russia and Putin but unfortunately there have been soft like sheep and you see the wolf taking advantage

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Willy Mac's son Maverick is friends with Charlie Woods

Fore The People

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Willy Mac's son Maverick is friends with Charlie Woods

"This Tiger, when you're dropping when you're dropping him off at his house Tiger ever heavy in for like some bourbon or anything. That's the funny thing, you know, it's you know, I don't like to step on anybody's thing. So I let Ali, my ex-wife. I'll let her do that. I talked to Erica a little bit on the drop offs, but I don't, I don't do any Tiger. He's not interested in me. He knows, you know, he's taken my son on vacations, and I don't even talk to him. 8 and acknowledged my existence. So I'm okay with that. I'm like, whatever, it's fine. I'll let maverick enjoy himself.

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How Willy Mac Approaches Sports With His Kids

Fore The People

01:03 min | 3 months ago

How Willy Mac Approaches Sports With His Kids

"You're busy and your kids lives are coaching your coaching, whatever you are the coach. And now you're kind of out of the coach, but it was roller hockey with soccer, whatever, all this stuff. But would you push your kids like they were angle that you took? Do you see like early athletic ability? We talked about golf earlier, but athletic ability wise, would you push them to pursue something? Or are you just kind of like, let them do their own thing? Yeah, I believe that early on, I was kind of like, you know, this push a little bit. And then I saw like some little bit of limited athleticism. But you know, you can never, you never know. You never know, you know, the heart, the gut, you know how it is. I mean, there's guys that are not the best athletes that turn out fantastic. So I've tried to ease up on being too harsh on them and like, what do you want to do? Let's go

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Costa Rica: A Place of Healing for Willy Mac

Fore The People

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Costa Rica: A Place of Healing for Willy Mac

"So what made you go down to Costa then? Obviously that's not cold. You just change a pace, just go and surf and surf instead of snow. Well, you know, I'd spent, like I said, my college career and big sky Montana and I had suffered a couple like horrendous injuries. My first one was, I blew my left knee up, like my first year, not that bad. But I blew up my medial collateral ligament. And that one healed and then maybe I had other injuries too. I broke my jaw like when you snuggled, if you land in a flat, you land and you hit your knee, you hit your knee with your chin. So I had that injury, which was bad. But then I had an avulsion fracture to my ankle, which is like a high speed like twisting and turning where you rip the ligament off the bone and it kind of splinters. And that one really sent me for a loop. Like I couldn't walk. I was in a straight cast for a while. And that one was that was hard to heal from, and I just needed to heal up. And I was like, man, you know, I used to surf a lot. Between high school and so I was like, man, I'm going to coast up, so I saved up some cash. We're down there for pretty relatively cheap, and you could stand on there for three months before you got whatever, go get another Visa or something. And so I went down there, I bought a ticket, I think it was like February to February March, April, may. I did a three month deal. And I didn't want to come home, man. I was freaking loving it. Hey, all you do is surf every day. And eat fruit, rice, beans, and fish. So you just get your shit gets tight,

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"willy" Discussed on Fore The People

Fore The People

07:48 min | 3 months ago

"willy" Discussed on Fore The People

"PGA Tour? Was it like ten? Yeah, 2005 and I lost my card in 2012 and 13. Got back on 14. And I still had full card in 2017. So I was out, I went straight from Hooters to the tour, didn't do back the old Q school. So I went straight there and a real Q school bro, the real Q school. 2005 to 2012, maybe. And or 11, and then 1213 a web, and then 14, 15, 60, 17, on tour. And then I had another injury and I have not been the same since. Are you still getting into it? Are you getting into stuff or are you having to go to Q school if you wanted to play corn fair or whatever? You still sneaking into some stuff or what are you up to now? Yeah, I'm pretty much done. I'm so far back now. That yeah, I mean, I looked at, I just looked before I got along with you guys at the Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico's opposite of payoffs. So, and I think I was like 18 out. So I'm still like, I'm so far out. But I honestly want to go to one of these so I can make the cut because what happened was I got injured, I came back to the web dot com playoffs, thinking I could come back, but I shouldn't have. I should have, I should be sitting up, I should be collecting a medical right now, but I'm so stupid, financially, that I just, I want to come back as quick as possible, and my career is kind of going down the drain since. Well, I mean, let's be honest. If anybody could take a decade off and then come back and win on the PGA Tour right after that, I think you're the guy dude. For sure. He's number one pick. Age is just kept caught up to you. You know, I mean, I'm so my body's just fudged, man. I don't even know if I can get in the best. I don't know if I'm getting good shape anymore. Everything's messed up. Willie Mack, this is what it sounds like to me, okay? This is what it sounds like to me. And I like it, give me some live advice. It sounds like exactly, I mean, I'm younger than you by, I don't know what 8 or 9 years probably. But there's it sounds like exactly what I'm going through right now too, dude. I don't want to play golf anymore. I don't even want to do it competitively anymore. But everybody outside of me, my circle, my immediate circle, my family, my kids, my wife, my parents, they all want me to play. So they're always asking, when are you going to play again? When are you going to play again? Why aren't you playing right now? And I always tell them like, I don't like to play golf anymore. It's not what I do. It's not who I am. My life's not defined by golf. And they look at me like I'm insane. Like, I've done it forever. That's why you've done it. What are you telling me this far? I'm like, look, I don't even enjoy it anymore. And I think it took me a while to accept that as kind of a reality for myself. And that's kind of, I mean, I'm trying to say that's similar to what I'm hearing from you, but you're just not saying it to me. And that's kind of what Steve was saying. Steve Marino was saying, you know, a couple of weeks ago, he's like, man, but I don't know how he is. Mad, but I don't really know how long, much longer I can do this. I'm like, yeah, I mean, the gravy train is for everybody, at some point, right? And you have to prepare for it the best you can. Absolutely. Yeah, there's been, like I said, the decision and not like sit on a medical and let myself heal properly. When I had that injury, I finished, in 2017, I was chopping, classic me, no chop and I made, you know, not enough money. Maybe a couple hundred or so thousand and I was just like, going to lose my card, probably. And I was at Hartford. And I was, it was the year that Daniel Berger that Jordan Spieth pulled out on her, and I finished 17, which you know, for us, is a good finish. You know, so it was nice and I was flying back with Bert. You know, he had his private little gig going sick plane. And it was good. It was good. I was gaining on it in spades, 75 grand. I was like, you know, I got 300 grand. I obviously need to make a ton more, but you know how golf is? Sure. All I gotta do is see a couple putts go in for me like you know you and me and dude at that week I was probably the claw and I had it Ford pressed foot. I remember that. Dude, I'm gonna kill him next week. The kiln next week with this rig, this little Jerry rig I got going 'cause you're always searching if you suck at button. So I had a nice little thing going and dude, I literally like flew back with book. And I was like, sorry about the chip. He's like, he didn't even care. You know? Yeah, such a good player. And I went, I ran my buddy's bug, me and him. We ran over The Bahamas, and we were spearfishing, and I pulled back a spear gun, and I freaking drop fired, it accidentally and I ripped this freaking middle finger of my left hand, almost ripped it off. I thought I ripped it off in the water. I thought I was gonna see it freaking shot out there like the spear. And I like tried to heal up from it. It was like, nah, I don't think you want to do surgery on that. It's called the radial collateral ligament. You blown up this joint capsule and I was like, all right, man, I'll just let it sit. And marinate and I sit, ice plunge it, and when I started coming back, my hand felt real shitty on it. And I tried to mess around with my grip a little bit. Y'all know, it you're on a wormhole or death hole if you start fondling with this. It just gets ugly. And I couldn't, I could not feel good anymore. As finally, I finally feel fine after maybe a year, like two years. I started hitting it well again, but then I lost my putter even worse and when you lose the putter, you don't want to play golf. So you're like, fuck it. I ain't playing golf. If I'm gonna put it like shit, I'm gonna hit it up there to 8 feet from one 90. And I'm gonna miss that bitch every time. You're pissed. I mean, I don't accept poor golf. I don't like it. I don't like anything about it. Like, my son plays pretty poor golf maverick. And I'm like, I'm like, dude, why are you even doing? Dude, no, you're right, dude, because you know you know what the good shit is. That's what sucks about getting hurt too, especially with golf, more than any other sport. Like you'll sit at home and you're like, all right, I'm gonna, you know, I'm hurt, I'm on a medical, whatever, you're gonna play every day or practice every day. And then you start firing a few low res in a row. Yeah. And then you're like, oh shit, my game's ready. I'm gonna go back once I go back, see you later, I can't do.

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Why Is Willy Mac Rushing Back From Injury?

Fore The People

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Why Is Willy Mac Rushing Back From Injury?

"I honestly want to go to one of these so I can make the cut because what happened was I got injured, I came back to the web dot com playoffs, thinking I could come back, but I shouldn't have. I should have, I should be sitting up, I should be collecting a medical right now, but I'm so stupid, financially, that I just, I want to come back as quick as possible, and my career is kind of going down the drain since. Well, I mean, let's be honest. If anybody could take a decade off and then come back and win on the PGA Tour right after that, I think you're the guy dude. For sure. He's number one pick. Age is just kept caught up to you. You know, I mean, I'm so my body's just fudged, man. I don't even know if I can get in the best. I don't know if I'm getting good shape anymore. Everything's messed up.

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How Willy Mac's Golf Grip Changed After His Return

Fore The People

01:16 min | 3 months ago

How Willy Mac's Golf Grip Changed After His Return

"I don't know if things changed, I don't remember how I swung it when I was 14. You know, so I came out kind of fresh. I just had to turn on it and turned on it, but like, I don't remember, I think my swing was better when I was young. I knew I had an interlocking grip, and I went to overlap, and that, and that's where my grip got real weak. So that's why I started really like. Wrist flexion style. I had a huge flexion through the ball to square the face. Whereas when I was younger, when I looked at a couple of pictures, it looked like everything like with the left hand and the face was kind of mirroring each other. So it was a little different, but when I came back, as I started practicing with interlock, this finger got off messed up like I must have, it just wasn't feeling right and it was like getting tendonitis in it, and I was like, fuck, I'm going to overlap. So my grip kind of changed and I had to deal with what I had to deal with, you know? It wasn't quite the same. Well, you can see on this pod. I don't remember my swing at 14. I honestly have no idea. I don't even remember yesterday.

How to Return to Competitive Golf After 10 Years Off

Fore The People

02:02 min | 3 months ago

How to Return to Competitive Golf After 10 Years Off

"All right, so you watch those guys, you're like, all right, I'm in golf mode now. I'm back in golf mode after a decade off. Like nowadays, it's the whole PD and I have talked about this on the pod before, but it's like, you know, every dude has his track, man. And it's bullshit, you know, walk in there, a $100,000 worth of stuff, launch monitor on the side and the back like 2000, we didn't really have that. So like, what did you do? Did you just pound balls? Like you said, the teachers buckets that have 500 balls in them or whatever. They're just pound balls left and right. Did you play holes like what did you do to get ready for you to pursue pro golf? Yeah, I mean, that first three month little deal that we did was, you know, I didn't know what to do. I mean, you guys don't remember who did I call, I call it a couple of randoms. I think I called Hank Kinney. I called a guy named Ryan Geoffrey, I talked to my buddy that played golf at UNC Wilmington that I grew up with. It was always pissed at me that I quit. And maybe a couple of people like that that maybe had just started playing on the mentors and I got and I like literally like fell in their number and called them and like, hey, what's up bud? It's will. They're like, what? I'm like, will Mackenzie remember me? They're like, will McKenzie what's up dude? What are you calling me for? I'm like, I'm like, man, I think I'm trying to play golf again, and they're like, man, you've taken a long time at all. I know, but I don't give off. I don't give a shit. I'm gonna try. And they were like, all right, well, here's what you need to do. You need to freaking, it's all golf. That's your job, Neil. You need to work like you're on the PGA Tour, but you're not. And I was like, hell yeah. And so that's what I did.

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Quirky Payne Stewart Inspired Willie Mac to Return to Golf

Fore The People

01:28 min | 3 months ago

Quirky Payne Stewart Inspired Willie Mac to Return to Golf

"And pain was my kind of guy. I liked pain growing up. Just 'cause he was so weird, like, did wear a knickers? I was like, he didn't give a shit. He didn't give a shit. He was like a weirdly ADD and then he had filled the mister perfect kid and then he just beat him, he said, he said, you're good, bud. You're gonna win a bunch of these. This is my. And I was like, wow, this is so sick. It blew me, it blew me away. You know, dude, that's badass, but you're right. You're right about pain, man, dude. I remember them like interviewing him back in the day and he's like, he was way young and he goes, he was hitting balls on the range and there was 6 guys wearing khakis and a white polo to his left and ten guys were in khakis and a white polo was right and he goes, what the fuck are we even doing out here? He's like, he goes, what is it? I mean, we even happen. Then he had the NFL teams. I mean, dude, yeah. It is style, man. That was pretty cool. That was pretty cool. And I think it's what, you know, I think his wife is like a total sweet or big, you know, she knew he was the king. She was the Queen and I always wanted to reach out to her. I mean, I was too low time to do that, but deep down, I always was like, hey, look, I started a whole new career because of your husband watching your husband and that's kind of made it the PGA Tour, but I never got to talk to her about it, but you know, it changed my life.

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Willy Mac: The First Years Competing Were a Struggle

Fore The People

01:08 min | 3 months ago

Willy Mac: The First Years Competing Were a Struggle

"So you got to 2003. You're playing the Hooters tour. And you're winning, but then you would only took you a couple of years to get to the corn ferry tour, and then to the PGA Tour, right? Yeah, no, I started like right there, September of 99. So like, September, October, November, we just tested. So basically, 2000, I was like, are you gonna be an amateur? I'm like, fuck, no, dude. I'm turning pro. I'm 25 years old. I wasted my time with that shit. Not going after the mid amp. It's over. I'm gonna be out there. So I'm gonna turn pro start taking Paris money. And I wasn't really winning any, but I was willing to win a check for fucking 75 bucks or 750 bucks. So 2000, I didn't get on tour until 2004, 5 seasons. So it took me a while, 2000, 2001, 2002, were a major struggle. I was going in the red. My dad and man and town cash. But we were, you know, we were being somewhat frugal about

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"willy" Discussed on Fore The People

Fore The People

01:58 min | 3 months ago

"willy" Discussed on Fore The People

"And so I went in this crazy golf mode. And it took me freaking forever. I mean, I was hitting, I literally pulled out a pair of Cleveland classic, these manganese bronze blades that I must have got when I was like 14. They were sitting in my, we had this, you know, how you got that little house outside the house, the little, what it shared. You had the shed, and it was all decoys, you know, decoys, waiters, and just shit, grab those and started hitting balls. And the local pro was like, all that will come out here for free and hit up teachers bucket. Or two teachers buckets every day of me and my dad, I said, look, let's give it three months. I mean, I was already an adult, you know? I was 25 years old. It was September October, November of 99. I said, if I show signs of improvement, what do you think? Can we try to figure this out? He said, you God dang right, son. You know, he obviously he wanted me to play when I was young, and I quit. You know? Quit on him. So he's like, dude, I'll do anything in I'll go ask every damn man in town for a $1000. If you're willing to freaking put forth the effort. And he would come out there every day and meet me at lunch. I would go out there like 7 a.m. in my freaking van. I was still living like a hippie. And how would you just grind my freaking ass off every day? And I was like, man, these guys are going to get burned out. These boys that went to college and shit. I'm just going to, they're way better than me, but I'm going to just slow the catch a and hopefully sooner than later. And it took me a while, you know, it took me a while, but I didn't start playing well to probably

Willy Mac's Golf Return Started From the Back of His Van

Fore The People

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Willy Mac's Golf Return Started From the Back of His Van

"And so I went in this crazy golf mode. And it took me freaking forever. I mean, I was hitting, I literally pulled out a pair of Cleveland classic, these manganese bronze blades that I must have got when I was like 14. They were sitting in my, we had this, you know, how you got that little house outside the house, the little, what it shared. You had the shed, and it was all decoys, you know, decoys, waiters, and just shit, grab those and started hitting balls. And the local pro was like, all that will come out here for free and hit up teachers bucket. Or two teachers buckets every day of me and my dad, I said, look, let's give it three months. I mean, I was already an adult, you know? I was 25 years old. It was September October, November of 99. I said, if I show signs of improvement, what do you think? Can we try to figure this out? He said, you God dang right, son. You know, he obviously he wanted me to play when I was young, and I quit. You know? Quit on him. So he's like, dude, I'll do anything in I'll go ask every damn man in town for a $1000. If you're willing to freaking put forth the effort. And he would come out there every day and meet me at lunch. I would go out there like 7 a.m. in my freaking van. I was still living like a hippie. And how would you just grind my freaking ass off every day? And I was like, man, these guys are going to get burned out. These boys that went to college and shit. I'm just going to, they're way better than me, but I'm going to just slow the catch a and hopefully sooner than later. And it took me a while, you know, it took me a while, but I didn't start playing well to probably

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What Made an Injured Willy Mac Return to Golf?

Fore The People

01:09 min | 3 months ago

What Made an Injured Willy Mac Return to Golf?

"Some, I had some pretty bad injuries, and I was like, man, oh, and what the hell am I going to do? I was trying to heal my body up and I saw pain and. The U.S. open Hearst number two, which I played the north south when I was real young and Donald Ross junior when I was real young and I just like fuck. Man, that is sick. I was like, I was blown away. I was just kind of lost in like, what am I going to do? Am I going to go back out in Montana? I just healed my body and Costa Rica for three months surfing every day I was in the best shape of my life actually. Eating well and feeling like a million bucks and I was like, man, I don't know. I knew every girl. I knew every run, I knew everything about Montana. I was like, I'm either going to go out in France or chamonix or Whistler, maybe, or whatever. And I saw that and it just turned me. I literally started hitting balls in the next

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Willy Mac Was a 14 Year Old Golf Burn Out

Fore The People

01:32 min | 3 months ago

Willy Mac Was a 14 Year Old Golf Burn Out

"Give me the Willie Matt from 25 years ago right out the shoot. Back when Willie Mack had nothing. Not two nickels to rub together. Give me that Willie Mack till now. Well, I mean, it's a long story, bud. But hey, we gotta start bro we'll just start with Clinton golf real early. At 14 because I burned out and I ended up playing other sports through high school. And then those four years, you know, graduated 18 high school, I was so far away from golf at that point that there was no chance I was ever going to play again. It was just, I was something else. I was a total different person. And so it led me to go out to Montana to go snowboard and sewed my seeds, so to speak, and fell in love with it. And it just time just hit. First little realization, 20 probably you party hard to hear about 20 to your graduating college, basically it was my college career. And then you're like, your dad, or whoever's like, son, you got a freaking step up and you got a figure out what the hell you're going to do. Yeah. And that was kind of what I was doing at that time. And mine went a little further. I was 25. I didn't start playing golf again until like right at my 25th birthday.

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Modern Golf Is a Single Man's Game

Fore The People

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Modern Golf Is a Single Man's Game

"You know how it is, JJ. Yo, our talent is so young now. Yeah, it's a single man's game. It's a single man's game. It's super young and uni focused, like solo, I'm gonna freaking hit 50 yard pitch shots till my hands bleed. And you got no chance if you are all the way in. Yeah. Yeah, it's a numbers game too. They know like if they can't reach a certain whatever. And maybe a guy's not the longest, but so he knows his irons and putting have got to equal whatever to be good shot link. So it's like everybody knows their strengths and they know that what their strength is and it has to be whatever if it's speed if it's putting if it's short game and they have shit dialed in, they know exactly what to do. And then most young guys bomb it anyway. So it's like, that's just, that's just how it is,

At-Home COVID Tests, Made in China, Begin Arriving to Americans

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 4 months ago

At-Home COVID Tests, Made in China, Begin Arriving to Americans

"But I wanted to see what these at home what this process would be like, Michelle points out that the test that the rapid tests that the government is sending to anyone who wants them, anyone, you don't have to pay it, you don't pay for anything. By the way, somebody's paying for it. There's not a COVID test fairy who's cranking them out somewhere and just sending them out Willy nilly. Yeah, we're paying for them. And Michelle said, when I saw that this test is made in China, she said, I know some people will say, well, everything's made in China, but this particular product should never have been made in China. You think China's the one that unleashed this virus on the world. It wasn't for China. We wouldn't have our world rocked by COVID. It's so disrespectful, she says, I can not believe that the Biden administration spent our hard earned tax monies to China for this. I'm in shock. I made a video of my COVID test boxes and I refuse to use them. I'm appalled. Thanks for listening, Michelle. In Texas.

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"willy" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

05:06 min | 4 months ago

"willy" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"It's easy access for effectively the stock traders, right? And you might say that it might be like the older generation gene X is the boomers that have they call up the brokers and whatnot. But in reality, I think it's a very good instrument. The future's ETF. If your institutional trader because it's fully regulated, you could either trade the CME, or we can trade the equities. But if you're going to buy Bitcoin to hold, you'd be an idiot to buy the ETF that's currently structured because it's so expensive to hold it. Just the way I structured you paying, what is it? You might be losing 15% per year by holding there. Because you're buying futures and futures is effectively holding Bitcoin by renting the House rather than buying the house. But a spot ETF changed that then. Yeah, it's a lot better. The rent you pay on that might be half a percent instead of 15%. Per year. But with this spot ETF take volume away from the future's ETF because they've got an alternative and better product. I don't know if it would take much volume because it would attract the HODLers. Yeah. You know, I spot 80 if you would buy and you'd be a comfortable holding there and paying your management for your half a percent per year. Grayscale, your patron payer management for what? And I gouging 2%, which is highly ridiculous. Given the size of that instrument, but then if you're doing like a futures ETF instrument, you might be ten. It depends on how bullish the market is might be ten, 15, even 20. Sometimes it goes to 30% annualized to hold that. And so it's great if you're an institutional trader that's in for a three day trade or a one hour trade or a 5 minute trade because you don't care about the rent. At that point. But if you're huddling, that's critical. You know, bitcoins go to now appreciate ten, 20% per year, just so that you break even. Versus holding Bitcoin through an ETF versus holding Bitcoin and occult storage yourself, right? So. Yeah, it's the most expensive as a features ETF, the next would be a spot ETF. The next would be buying the underlying Bitcoin under custodian solution they might charge 20 bits like .2% per year to hold it for.

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"willy" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

03:41 min | 4 months ago

"willy" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"The price of Bitcoin is not like, doesn't really reflect what HODLers are doing so much. Some sort of impact, but it's kind of like 5 times or more diluted from where we might have been maybe early part of last year where it was a lot of spot buying and they had just with the tomb and the price. So it's kind of a weird face right now and it's the markets restructuring is what I say. Like the amount of sell off we had from 69,000 to what was at 32.9 K while it was like there was not much harder selling I tell you there was just risk off sell down from futures exchanges. And that those traders led the price. They were dumping their futures, they quarterly futures and eventually the hardware started selling down. So ever so slightly. And it was quite different from what happened in May. In May, you could kind of predict it. You could see the holders we signed to dump and those huddles were a lot of those guys that were buying in a new hedge funds institutional money family offices they were buying in from their breakout from 20,000 all the way up to 50 50 to 60,000. It was a huge amount of buying that was underlying the spot buying, taking those coins off the exchanges, putting into cloud storage for long-term investment. And it seems like a lot of those guys sold off and dumped in May. And you could see that coming. But here, very little people sold. It was a very gradual slide down on chain demand and yet the price was sliding and kept sliding. And it was led by the futures, which was different from what we normally see, which is the on chain demand supply tends to lead the price section. So it's one of these weird times. I'm kind of interested to see what the structure looks like and how the dynamics work between all the different participants now that we've got features ETFs here and he basically saying like the financialization of Bitcoin into the mainstream is essentially changed the structure of the market. Oh yeah, totally. Like the way that the prices behaving right now is so different from where it was in the first half of last year. And yeah, it's changed so many times. This is like I feel like it's like, you know, coming out of the 30,000 bottom that was like during July. That rally was quite different from others. And I think that was a transition where in that rally upwards that was when the spot of the future's ETF started go live. So now this is just as my view on it just seeing how the prices being impacted by in relation to what the futures are doing. Just looking at the two different movements and it's like the waiting has gone towards the futures a lot more now. And the only difference that I can account for in between that time is the ETFs that went live in between the time, you know, from the last bottom to now. Are those futures ETFs bad, bad them for Bitcoin? Yeah, I think so..

"willy" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

04:48 min | 4 months ago

"willy" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Happy, man. That's a bold statement. Wait, are we recording? We're recording. I'm not African, Oracle. I don't even. You just said it. The bottom's in. I'm holding you to it, this is going out, man. So what was the bottom? 33 K? Yeah, that's something black. It depends on what looking at this. Yeah, 32.9. Yeah, that was the bottom. That we've had recently. Did you read Arthur's medium post? No, it didn't. I was sent to something he said in a channel somewhere, but I don't know if it was what was in his medium channel, what was that? He said, have some dry powder ready, he said at some point there will be the capitulation of the point of ultimate pain, and that's when you need to be ready to buy. Ah, yeah, that's I saw that at some unfolded to me in some sort of chat channel. He was in. He's saying he could feel it. It's going to be like the final wick down, of course he would know, because bit makes times, which was largely responsible for those shin candles. Yeah, he would know, but yeah, I don't know. I don't think it's looking that bad right now. Nothing makes sense anymore, Louis. You know, it keeps changing, right? And I think a pretty crappy situation if you're like an old time at Bitcoin, who's purist and, you know, it's about you know it's about freedom, liberty, South Park, and you know it's like now it's becoming very, very financialized. We had the ETFs, you know, plural, multiple ETFs, being released in the U.S., but they're not spot easier if the futures UTF so they back onto the Chicago messenger McIntyre exchange, so the CMAs are already now getting huge volumes. And it's given these institutional traders a venue to trade on if it's risk off. Wow, it's great to sell down on Bitcoin because it's one of the leverage trade on risk off because it crashes when it's risk off when it's risk on. It goes up, right?.

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Hot Air: Rep. Liz Cheney Hints at Pending Criminal Case on President Trump Over Jan. 6

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Hot Air: Rep. Liz Cheney Hints at Pending Criminal Case on President Trump Over Jan. 6

"Over at hot air Somebody named all abundant Liz Cheney hints we're building a case that Trump committed a federal crime on January 6th Ladies and gentlemen the United States House of Representatives no part of the United States House of Representatives No committee of the United States House of Representatives as any constitutional authority whatsoever To build a criminal case against anybody due process laws and apply during the course of a criminal investigation do not apply When it comes to the House of Representatives and they have sent as much By moving to indict asking the Department of Justice to indict individuals who dare to assert their Fifth Amendment rights under the constitution We call it the Fifth Amendment for a reason Part of your Bill of rights to protect yourself And so what we have here with this Nancy Pelosi appointed committee we now have Liz Cheney showing some ankle And it's a big damn ankle And she's showing ankle and she's saying they're real purpose here isn't a legislative purpose They're real purpose here It's that the protections that constitution provides every individual To conduct themselves as a quasi or pseudo criminal operation and to gather information Willy nilly as much as they can to make a criminal case

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Can the Republican Party Restrain the Tech Oligarchy? Blake Masters Tells Us

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 5 months ago

Can the Republican Party Restrain the Tech Oligarchy? Blake Masters Tells Us

"Do you think that the Republican Party is there as far as the voters? Let's start there to restrain the corporate oligarchy, especially in the tech space. Yes. The voters are traveling a lot. I speak to a lot of voters. You speak a lot of voters talk about that. Well, I mean, I tell people like, look, I'm a pro market guy, like I have this sort of libertarian classic background. Like I was deep in the Austrian school in college, right? We're into this stuff. We don't want to regulate it. Yeah. I mean, I'm sympathetic. I think it's important to start. And some of it's really interesting. Some of this really interesting. A lot of it's sort of directionally right. And then I think it's the right place to start from and then you inch towards like looking at how is that actually working with prudence? And I tell people like when I invest in a startup, I want it to do well. I don't want to regulate businesses Willy nilly. I don't even mind if a company becomes big. If caterpillar, the tractor company wants to buy another tractor company for 50 billion in merged, like, great. As long as they're not going to Jack up the prices. That's great. But it's especially big tech. And these huge multinationals that control the flow of information. And I'm sorry, but when these companies have left wing politics, they're censoring sitting presidents. They're, I think, engaging in all sort of election interference. When they do that, we have to be able to treat them differently than like a local bakery or local hair salon. Yes. And that's still pearl market. It's precisely because you want markets to be free and open that you need to break some of these companies up. What markets are supposed to serve us? We don't serve market. That's right. Yeah, they're tools for human flourishing. They're not the end. And too much of the Republican Party, of course, is always just focused on GDP. Yeah. And we have to sacrifice ourselves so that we can hit some sort of number on a chart. Right. And the byproduct of that, just I mean, the text base it's so obvious is that you have tech companies that are worth more than ever before that are doing so much damage. And they're largely untouchable. They're basically governments tip of themselves. Step more powerful than most national

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"willy" Discussed on This is Today

This is Today

02:32 min | 7 months ago

"willy" Discussed on This is Today

"Edge both of those internet explorer browser edge. Things which really. It's just the same as internet explorer. Bullet those suck. I'm just saying but still rich guy smart guy and in fact he's got so much money. Can you imagine how much he's going to give to his kids. Oh i'll tell you ten million. He actually says that leaving kids. Massive amounts of money is not a favor to them so they only get ten million dollars each. Yeah oh by the way. It was just announced this week that his best selling book how to avoid climate change. Disaster is free to all college students. So if you're a college student you want to check out that book for free. There's a download where you can get the digital version of that book. I mean he has money not gonna be able to his kids so it's gonna make it free all right. Let's take a look at some of our other birthdays today. Matt drudge fifty five. Ben harper fifty. Two brad paisley forty nine matt smith. Thirty nine and nolan. Gold is twenty three. That is your look at october. Twenty eighth thanks for listening to this is today. We do our best to pull together all the correct information if we made a mistake and you heard it. You're super smart or superstar. Be sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. And give us a five star if you think we deserve it. If you'd like to make sure that we cover something on a future episode head over to our website. This is today. Podcast dot com to make suggestions. Give us feedback and sierra podcasts. I hope you enjoy learning about today. I'm russ. I'll talk to you in the lead up to world audio drama day on october thirtieth aac cast is featuring our favorite fiction podcasts. Here's one we think you'll love the story studio hawkin. Cleavers excited to celebrate halloween daycare. Soda fiction wheat with a series of special episodes of the other stories. We title the witching. Allah twelve last figures gathered to perform a ritual that promises to deliver their hearts. This is what it will cost them however is yet to be seen episodes released daily from monday. The twenty fifth of october right through until halloween search for the of the stories on your pod catcher of choice to subscribe. Don't be late. use hashtag a. Cast audio fiction week on socials to tell us about your favorite fiction podcasts. A cast recommend..

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"willy" Discussed on This is Today

This is Today

07:58 min | 7 months ago

"willy" Discussed on This is Today

"Twenty twenty one. I'm russ and here's what you need to know about today. First of all. I'm going to tell you that that movie that i said was financed by a food company. It wasn't super size me financed by mcdonalds now. That didn't happen but stay tuned. We'll tell you what movie that was. Okay it is national first responders day today. The united states congress has designated october twenty eighth as national first responders day to honor all those who are first on the scene in some of those stressful situations. It's also national internal medicine day today and hey come on as i've said over and over for all of these holidays about people that are working in hospitals. They have had a rough couple years. Yeah you think you had a tough like sitting at home. They gotta deal with everybody coming in sick all this unknown around the pandemic so internal medicine day if you why. Don't you send a message to your doctor. And not saying what's this of they League and i don't know what does it don't do that. Actually do a. Hey thanks doc. You're awesome try one of those for today. Okay or maybe give him some chocolate because it is national chocolate. Day today yeah. Chocolate was actually at one point a form of currency so giving them some chocolate might actually be like paying they okay. They did that back in the mayan times but they also did it during the revolutionary war. Yes some of those soldiers that we're fighting we're paid in chocolate. Can you believe that like my check is melting. I get it come on chocolates amazing. There's actually for different types of chocolate. There's dark chocolate milk chocolate white chocolate and blonde chocolate dark chocolate. You know you've got all those heart benefits and harvard. Actually says that if you have some chocolate every day. It's a good thing for your heart. So maybe keep that whole chocolate. They go and everyday chocolate industries. Actually worth about seventy five billion dollars a year globally. Can you believe that. We're spending that much money on chocolate. Well if you tasted. I guess it is easy to figure that out. Isn't it okay. So if. I'm gonna talk chocolate while i've got to talk about that movie that was financed by a food company. Can you guess what it is since. I'm talking about chocolate will. Yeah willie wonka and the chocolate factory. The nineteen seventy-one movie was actually a commercial. Really kinda was so quaker. Oats was the one that essentially laid down the entire budget. They put down three million dollars for the to pay for the entire film glued salaries all that stuff for willie wonka. Why they wanted to sell gob stoppers. Wonka bars all that stuff. They wanted to do it and well. I kind of worked now. Here's the problem. Though as i said the movie came out in nineteen seventy-one well the first batch of wonka bars had to be recalled. Yeah it wasn't good. There was something wrong with them so to pull those back. In fact they didn't actually like get the bars really produced in bulk until four years after the movie was released. Nineteen seventy five. So you've got all this money that they spent you'd think that maybe they would have figured out the walk of ours before that but then you know there's those who columbus they they do make it difficult and that chocolate river. Come on and veru kossuth salt. She's doesn't make any easier for any of us. Okay well the movie right. The movie willy. Wonka and the chocolate factory was based on a book. An adaptation of a book called charlie and the chocolate factory. It was written by a role in dolled. Now here's the thing with this. He hated the movie. He say like the book is always better than the movie will. He thought the movie was trash. He did not like the movie. He did not like gene wilder. He did not like what they did to his book like. They just didn't like it at all. In fact he hated it so much that he wrote into his will the book's sequel which was called charlie and the great glass elevator would never be turned into a movie. It would never be filmed you believe that. I can't believe that he didn't like gene wilder performance as he see johnny depp. Like come on now. That's that's a performance. He shouldn't see. Yeah on the original movie. That's what it was all about right now mentioned that it cost about three million dollars to make this movie at the box office. It only made four million yeah. I'm kinda whispering that because that's embarrassing. I'm sure that's embarrassing for gene wilder. The cast for quaker oats for paramount. Not a good thing to only make one million dollars over what the budget for the film was. That's not cool doesn't spell sequel right there. You could see why they wouldn't even think about making a sequel because they only made a million bucks on the movie and you know you've got distributional that fun stuff. So paramount was not very happy about all of this so they actually decided to sell the rights over to warner brothers. They did that for five. Hundred thousand dollars little. Did they know that this movie would be a huge cult. Classic making warner brothers millions and millions of dollars especially on that johnny depp thing. That came out. Tragically wasn't a fan. Can you tell yes so it was. It was a bad idea to maybe sell the movie But they thought that maybe this thing wasn't going to make any money and still they are selling wonka bars because of this movie are right. It is guy to take a look at our events for today. And we're going to light a birth birth in nineteen fifty five. Yeah bill gates was born on this date in one thousand nine hundred fifty five when bill gates was a teenager at lakeside. Prep school well. He created a video game. It was a tic tac toe game. He programmed this tic tac toe game to teach a supercomputer. That nuclear war was pointless. Oh eight no now. That was the movie wargames. Okay but he did make a game and it could play tic tac toe and that is pretty darn impressive right for a teenager back then like come on now. You've got kids doing that on their iphones. But he was a smart guy and he still is a smart guy back then. He actually scored fifteen ninety out of sixteen hundred on his. Sat's yeah that's that's pretty smart now. Okay i said that. He built this game while he was in high school. Well did he hack like the school grades did he. Hack the sat. I'm not sure about that. But we do know that he did hack one thing in the schools. Yeah we'll so they let them play around with the computers in what he is he made it so all the attractive girls were in his class. Guess helping better his odds of of meeting someone attractive now that he's single. Maybe he's going to do that again. I don't know let's let's keep this guy off of all those dating apps. I think that's probably a good idea okay. So after high school. He went to harvard however he dropped out. After two years he eventually went on of course to co found one of the most successful tech companies. Just of all. Time right microsoft. I don't even need to say the name. You know the name microsoft with one of the worst browsers out there. Internet explorer and now.

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 Bond and 'Willy Wonka' songwriter Leslie Bricusse dies at 90

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

Bond and 'Willy Wonka' songwriter Leslie Bricusse dies at 90

"Songwriter Leslie Bricusse died Tuesday at the age of ninety according to his son no cause of death was given I marches are a letter with a look at his career S. Leslie Bricusse room for stage and screen but his songs often became pop he wrote the score for the nineteen seventy one film **** Wonka and the chocolate factory which featured the candy man and your imagination precursor lyrics for John berry's music for the bond theme songs Goldfinger and you only live twice Amanda because when an Oscar for writing talk to the animals from doctor do little and then fees and he wrote Nina Simone signature song feeling good

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Marxists Deem All Who Disagree, Even People of Color, Racist

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 8 months ago

Marxists Deem All Who Disagree, Even People of Color, Racist

"These convenient racist categories they stick us and started with the federal government And the Democrat party pursues them in their own interests And the American Marxist just love it Love it And they have these low IQ Hateful people all over cable and network television all races and if they don't have enough they bring them in from the outside So called professors and experts and authors and all the rest I am sick of it This country the vast majority of the people in this country are tolerant are benevolent are not racists Otherwise why would this white dominant white supremacy culture allow so many people of color to enter Willy Nelly For a decade after decade after decade If white supremacists and white are really in control I really racist Why would they tolerate any of this And yet listen to the racism that comes from the American marxists Absolutely intolerant Even if people of color blacks Hispanics Asians what have you if they don't go along with the revolution If they don't go along with the Democrat party we saw Larry elder in California This Marxism racism and I'll add anti semitism is now firmly entrenched in the Democrat party in the American media in academia and in entertainment And it's getting worse and worse and worse

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"willy" Discussed on Threedom

Threedom

06:09 min | 10 months ago

"willy" Discussed on Threedom

"Yeah yeah sort of wing of She started at the thing. Yeah yeah the volunteer. We did it at the food bank for quite a few years where you can go down and you'd like box up meals and stuff like that which in some ways kind of feels like. It's more of a promotional thing because they don't really need your help doing that as much as like. I think they wanted everyone to be out there like saying. Hey the food bank is around. Yeah oh we'll we'll you posted meals and then serving that's cool. Oh that's great. But then i also another organization that cool up. I think was the one who organized. This is probably the baby to baby place. That's Where they give women who swap babies. It's like they give close in diapers to babies. Give them to each other. Need them but it's like sometimes volunteering. Like i think sometimes volunteer qassim intimidating. Because i don't know. I can see i can get weirdly shy certain situations. I don't know but like but then the things that i've done i found that like there's always a task you can do that. Isn't it's within your comfort zone. You don't have to do something that is if you're if just as mainly people out there who are afraid to volunteer because i do feel like there's like an element of like social anxiety. That comes with the idea volunteering. Yes but like also the the social anxiety of being in any situation where you don't know how to do it. Yes is is very big like where you just don't know what's going to happen like if you can't picture yourself doing something like like if i show up to this place. What are they going to have me do. And there's so many just gets to be very paralyzing. Yeah but like for example with the baby to baby charity like there are people you could stephen stand there and fold clothes and sort them or you could like put boxes together. You could label addresses or or something. That's more hands on with other people like so you could do something by yourself kind of or get involved with other people and i. I think that's a good thing to keep in mind with that kind of thing Yeah i think that's a good thing to do with your kids to is just a still a thing But i also think we should get part time jobs. I did i tell you about the guy at the record store who wanted to hire me and who recently okay. So no no not recently When i was in college i would go into this record store lot and ask for very specific things you know and smart people cool record. That would be the cool with all the chicks at cafe. I still don't know the guy behind. The counter was in a band that was very influenced by the wonder stuff. They were like a wonder stuff. Rip off band. In any case so i would go in there. A lot in the owner would see me all the time and at one point he said to me. Hey are you looking for work. Because you're always in here and you know so much about music in. I could use someone like you and i was like. Oh you know what. I'm an acting college and i don't have time and then when i was looking for work they didn't need anyone and then i saw him in a mall like the following year and i went up to him. It was like. Hey dude how's it going. Are you still over there at the record store. And he gave me the weirdest answer. Which was. I'm not over there currently. But i'm doing well i can't say what but don't you worry about me. I was like oh drugs. What is just sparked a memory. That i'm trying to place right now of what i was walking through the mall. This was like a while years. And years ago i was walking through the mall in l. a. and this guy was like shooting something like they're shooting some commercial or i don't know what it was. He came got. I can't remember. It's such a bad story but i don't care. He came up to me and he was like trying to like we had met before i guess and he was like trying to like show me how cool he was because he was doing this thing. I wish i knew who it was. Oh man what a bad story. I've heard that you were at the mall and saw guy. Yeah okay. Hey that happened to me. To really relatable i used to i used to love going to spencer's gifts so we're gonna plymouth meeting mall going to spencer's gifts then. Did you have a game that you wanted. He wanted to get a fan. I think that needle thing where you would put your hand in it and it would. I have what mature enough that you didn't put it on your face because we always putting on it but what's wrong with putting on your face. 'cause goes million other people. Have oh okay spencer. Spencer still thing. I think it is. There's this mall in burbank. That is like every store is like somebody you've never heard of in your life. They're always call. They're called like times space like they're just they all have like weird. There's even a lips time. You know that mall that space in downtown brag they just re they just has like we shot there. It's got the glass elevator right. The a hotel that we're at wasn't it but right near oh no. That's across across the street. I know which you know. There's there's a mall with a glass elevator that we shot talk show in elevator with andy. Dick jack black. That was fun with people. Get with people from the mall just getting on and off during the talk show essentially being the audience for the talk show. It was if it was a funny idea and it never went anywhere. it's also like a dead zone like it's like every store is geared. I've never heard of a a mall when a mall goes bad like that yet. It's a mall spoils when amal clooney's well clooney's all i.

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"willy" Discussed on Threedom

Threedom

07:25 min | 10 months ago

"willy" Discussed on Threedom

"He sent me. Apples are divided by seven. That's what it is so you're twenty five apples tall. Okay okay. that makes many apples does he. Okay how. I don't wanna talk. What your wait. i'll put it in. No do the math. You can convert fear. How what i already. I'm all right to say i'm one currently. I'm one ninety four k. apples with that be. How much is an apple way as my first question. Yes impounds in kilos miracle. I put in bloods okay. It's abs employees point three three pound boy point three. I didn't say boy point three three pound three three so three apples per pound. So what's your weight. One ninety divided by three sierra approximately. You're under six hundred apple. Sixty three hundred sixty three apples heavy. I don't think that he didn't you say point. Three three apiece pounds. But i divided by three or should time it bay three no. It's three apples per pound. I think so this is we want to do but not by pounds. Your five hundred seventy you wanted to do it by kilos. Seventy apples get over. It got go loosen apples fifty less apples a day. I've been. I've been going to the gym every day for a new now. Thank you very slam on base. Your worth. I feel like i'm starting to look like myself again. Do you know what i mean. Yeah i really like it was. I had up intimate guys that you've been working because i i saw a picture you posted and i was like. I thought you looked very slim. Well thank you very much. I'm working on it. I want to get back to where i was before. I got so depressed years ago but it feels good around when we started the show. It feels weird talking to nice. Makes you sad it feels. It feels really good to be. I'm back to like going to bed at a decent hourly. I go to bed around ten and wake up around six or seven. And i'm liking the mornings again which i haven't in a long time and i gotta do such bad habits during the quarantine work out right in the morning or do you take a while before you do. I like to do it in the morning. I like to have my breakfast and my coffee. And then i sit around for like a half hour or whatever and then i go. Yeah and feels got. I came right from the. I needed a little extra time today. Because i wanted to shower before i joined. You guys thank you so much because you've been stinking so you could see my my stink line. That said you've been going to a gym. Yes there's a in my house with the post pandemic jim. It feels good because they it was a gym. That was taken over by new people. And they have rearranged thing there was a bloody coup. Next door was like fireworks. Were the ku. And they've rearranged everything so like i do cardio and cardio rooms now. Very spacious and very aryan feels extremely safe and it's actually way more is brighter. It's more there's more of a cross breeze it's great. They left one window open. They actually have a huge window that they that has to like shutter openings and shutters. No dear please. Don't what is this. the telephone plantation. Telephone you still say plantation shudders. Can't you probably. But i don't know i mean there's no other way to describe them when you're talking about a house while i'm not talking about a house talking about a gym about a house longer. Say master bedroom. We say primary bedroom. Oh that's good. I guess although. I always thought it was just like. You're the master over your children master of the house. Do but milwaukee guy that song the whole subtitle just be. I'm a funny guy. You're gonna enjoy listening to me sing. This song doesn't further anything so worst part I when i was. I was at my parents house yesterday. And i've found that like certain people in my family. I don't want to put him on blast. Even though there's through never listen we'll figure that really just base everyone's worth on their weight Yeah it's it's just a and you know. I lost weight as well recently. Going to the gym lot and it was like finally everything was cool for. This person in my family was like. Oh well you know you look great you know. I'm so impressed. And i know and then and then when they watch tv. They're always like well. That person lost a lot of weight. Then or this or this news anchor gained like forty pounds in the last two years like like. They're always judging by how up and down. Their weight is fluctuating. And it's and. I started to realize that when i when i became kind of a tune to it and so it's something that i'm just trying to drop from my life of. Oh yeah absolutely. You know what i mean just not even just like turning inwards. I mean like looking outwards of anyone gives a shit what you know. I've had fluctuating weight for years. And for me. I finally got to a point where i was like. You know it's very when you when you go through when your body goes through changes. It's very hard sometimes to that. And yeah puberty i. I've here and i'm looking for you. Thank you think it was weird that it took so long. No offense but it was like you know like the idea of loving yourself where you are is really challenging. Why did you think as we do the best bits lodi get. You're just you're just thinking things in now. Just willy nilly free willy. Nilly right well okay but yeah loving yourself where you are because i was it was easier for me to do it with other people than it was for me to do with myself right you know and to say like yeah like if you're if you're happy where you are that's good. The the most important thing is being happy where you are and for me. I realise while i was not happy in certain places and also and also wanting to be healthy too because i was not i was not. I wasn't taking care of myself. I just wasn't taking care myself. Yeah i nothing looked poorly before sachse. You're you're with that that compliment. Because i it's tough. I meant it as i meant it as just that. You know what. I mean like i. It's like i'm not saying you're better or worse or anything like that. And i have a friend who's recently been on the go weight loss journey but not even it's again not really focused on losing weight so much feeling healthy and just like cheating habits and stuff..

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"willy" Discussed on Threedom

Threedom

06:30 min | 10 months ago

"willy" Discussed on Threedom

"The countdown is on people. They know sunny week now. Yeah well listen to this. Everything will be out. Yeah everyone would. Dick clark's new years. Rockin eve start at the beginning of december beyond. It would start the day after halloween swell thousand thousand nine hundred ninety nine by the way we got some listener mail. What we haven't who gig out from a fan named chuck bryant all my god broadcast royalty. Of course podcasts royalty from stuff you should know he says please pass along to lauren. That my almost six year old daughter. Ruby listens to three with me in the car. So she may be the actual. Youngest list likes the girl who does the funny voices. that's a cloth. Thanks ruben says quote. U-haul scott through the best bit. Okay good okay. I say they do the best. Bit run thing right. And then he says. Don't worry about the language when i said dumb shit she said. Hey that guy. I shouldn't say dum okay. How many of you know what though. Ruby is not the youngest listener because the youngest listener. Of course is little danielle laptops. Gasol my baby. It's been listening the whole listening to all of this thing. Since she was has notes. she has led lauren. What is what is your and forgive me if this is too personal. What is your social security number. What is what is your stance this. you're looking for. Give me the personal. What's your fucking problem. What is your stance on cursing with the child and the child and curse what lies. Dad's occurs with the childcare. Taggers jello pudding. I i you know this might come as a surprise but i don't think people should curse in front of children and i actually feel bad that i've been cursing in front of ruby this whole time. What am i going to do about it How how young is or what's the cutoff like. When can you when can you say but But you can say at any point. But i think i remember when my mom said fart around my baby sister and and he was shocking to us that saying well report and maybe maybe did you smell scrap news for you to a baby. That was me it. Wasn't you know we were playing. We're playing a. It's so hard to explain it. I think maybe. I've even talk about it. The show but we were playing a game where where she swapped out the first letter of a word and pointed to body parts and was like you know instead of foot it would be like bullets zina's but with the same way but with the same with the same letter each time so then when she got too hard she we were on the letter f and she got to the heart. You wouldn't farts and we all laughed and we're so shocked. My mom said it. Did she happen giggle. Yes she laughed. It was like. I felt like i should be embarrassed. You should have been and should should run away. I never heard my mother. Thank god that so yeah. That's true that's true. I wonder if i inherited my horror of that word from her. Maybe yeah i mean. I was not set in our house. There really wasn't. I mean it. Isn't you describe right. I mean i would say code. Words codewords words. My mom would say expel gas. Oh there you spell been expelled from school. No just your guests. Political but mean when i was a kid we were watching. Renan's stimpy and that's show which i also i just watch this documentary about nickelodeon on One of those platforms. Actually we did it. But it was called the orange years. And i thought okay. I'm gonna watch to me you know. it's fucking broken. Can't deal with it right now. that's what i'm saying. I have to get another stand but anyway so comical. I wished video monaco get scott van. Sign we'll talk about farting while you go get your thing so paul how many times. He fired it. Okay scott loan. Yeah listen yeah. This baby is ruining our dynamic. No it's not fordham. It's not reading alleged three and a half dome. it's not three and almost nine months them. Did when used to restaurant as to okay sure but we were velvet. Short pantsuit trial uniform. Acdc yeah they would. They always say like three and a half lake. Who gives a shit. If i don't remember that no one's really they would just say four. I don't remember many interactions with the the host or hostess speaking around up. But we i guess being a host. That's what it always is like three and a half. You don't need to tell me that your kid is five or unless you need a booster seat. Honor entered the waiting room. Look who turned his pretty little head up into our show. You gonna let them in. Let him i let him in. He was not gonna do. He was ringing the bell. Okay all right. Well we'll see. We expect a full apology in the chat ryan. I demand an explanation in any case. Yeah you can just say four like especially if you don't need a booster lauren. Don't know what we're talking about. I heard parts of my other. My other mike santa's worse. It's they broke it. Mike enjoy the broke. It over those boys doing there too rambunctious. I don't know. But i have other ones that have shown where they are like. We're just getting this whole room setup but can i play you a complete clip that we discuss previous episode. That i couldn't find in the moment sure young previously.

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"willy" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

02:47 min | 10 months ago

"willy" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Over the man over to woody. Woo this one. Willie man how you doing good. Good good to good to hear your peter good to have you with us s. man and you too yuna not much sleep Up all manner random house. the gnome probably doesn't impact me as matches Mama cozy she. She sleeps at night normally before the baby whereas trading house has me up all nights sometimes. So it's a little bit more comfortable for me that it's a lovely experience ice baby so cute. The human species would be doing these babies. Were like not cute. Are you like silent with a baby on your own. Trading doesn't work. She demands one hundred thirteen. You look at the checking strain show immediately cry. Look back down again. Well listen man. After a rough couple of months things looking a little bit more bright now we got squeeze you predicted is looking pretty good yes finally it was like a main was getting pretty rough out there onto a delaying. It was like. I think willy's lost his mind. This thing's going to twenty thousand years a pretty strong squeeze experienced in the last week Being a slight to behold really. Well listen. I saw the people calling for twenty k. And the the comments on youtube saying will nonsense yadda yadda. That's when i started to get a bit more bullish because it kind of reminded me that time when people recording I think like eighteen hundred or something. When i think it was tone was maybe cooling for it and lay had a bet i was i was looking at the volume and the volume was pretty low. We were struggling to get understand thirty k. So i was like this for me. Felt pretty bullish actually went out on the bomoh. Bitcoin housing confetti said he feels like a base perfect yup Yummy via the that's eighteen hundred call to like iran will gang. Bearish perish perish the yeah. It's a it's funny thing because this thing was going sideways down for two months and Structurally.

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"willy" Discussed on Bald Move TV

Bald Move TV

04:00 min | 11 months ago

"willy" Discussed on Bald Move TV

"He's he's he's a crazy guy also back to grandpa because i'm looking at my notes. Grandpa can't make the supreme sacrifice in twenty years kicking the tobacco habit. Oh my god you're right. 'cause charlie's like on april gig grape or you can you can have the mini pipes. He won't yeah. I i mean. I can't be doing good. I mean surely could quit his job if not for the smoking. Yeah how much is spin. they can. They can and charming. A loaf of bread was like a minor. Miracle this family in this fucker. Smoking pipe coda hell cramp law. Well i feel like that was that was. Charlie's doing charlie wanted like. Maybe you are a drain on the family. He was he. Charlie's grim reaper. He's like to smoke three times as many pipes. And once i want to write make sure you blow it and all these other bags faces all this chocolate. Blow smoke in these. These fools faces. Yeah when he comes in and kiss his grandparents on the forehead does the kiss a death. He was trying to administer every day trying to decimate his face. I think the other thing is like. I thought it was funny. How bill called the kids. Like oh you guys seem like future walkers to me like it seemed like a terrible terrible slur it sounds like a walkers yeah watch a walkers and then the other thing is i guess. Low key that the man. This is such a such a tale for our times. This city had been decimated by an economic blight because wonk edge shut down to the chocolate factory right and replaced all the workers with Lupu slaves well. I mean refugees. It depends like certainly there refugees but like there is at least exploited like yes sure they love their life compared to being hunted dead down by bander snacks. And whatever the fuck all all of these these these hostile things are trying to eat them. But are you telling me that to a man. Because i saw the loop the loop children nor women shit. He left him in a factory. They're not strong enough right. Fuck these guys are as you're telling me that to a man these guys want to work and if there's not one that wants to paint right make music or be in politics. Yeah work for loop equality the big questions. The film does not answer. You're right. I think as a different time. If i recall correctly they try to make a stab at making that less slavery in the slavery and in the johnny depp. One and i don't think it was convincing. Okay but i just say like slug worse. I can see why slug were is in the number two here. I don't think it's marketing is good like the sled worth sizzler. Doesn't have the same as the scrummed. Italy options boston man looks like the bond villain well. That's actually slug worth right. So not i thought was actually slug worth now. So he's the assistant of willie wonka. Who really has willy wonka. Wonka has paid test. These kids right. Oh okay. I didn't get that. No no i hadn't had. It must have missed that scene because it explicitly says that okay. That's fine. I mean it's it's it's entirely entirely possible. Yeah so not not actually slug worth. But i call him slug worth just because So he's his assistant that he hired to impersonate slug worth. Yes okay. Where do you get vicious facial scar on his he does. He rushed him barrel fair lupus they come at you crazy if you if you cross them maybe he went to olympia land and encountered like a narc or whatever the hell they are brutal like lumumba uprising attica style looper riot that he had to put regardless car every couple years. You gotta have some you got the chocolate rivers gotta run.

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"willy" Discussed on The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast

The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"willy" Discussed on The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast

"And clear of mind. The mind cleanse as well truly here. I'm going to to play a song and then come back and then go to talk about the Willy Wonka and the chocolate factory movie about delusion of an illusion they break some good points into it and everything that we season Losin for some tuning in that are still just learning the beginner level while help clarify what we mean by this mm-hmm because sometimes when you see national movie that has presented to say oh I understand. It's a lot better. Yes now I understand what that would that means a and I love love dispensation charging ahead this made just for me so you can't get anywhere else like I said I fixed the RSS feed for the podcast broadcast. That should be parsing like it should do so. Make sure you subscribe that. If you get an era it'd be nice for people to let me know through an email. I'm reporting.

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"willy" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"willy" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"willy" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

Is The Mic Still On

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"willy" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

"Ceiling i would i would have rocketed to the fucking feeling the man you would have rocket robert robert isn't that kind of shit that they should be right that's nothing for him the thing is nobody else has been doing this is a white guy black black guy why is this not like national news i mean it just broke oh okay give me just talking to media trump diplomat him dishes should be like talked about everywhere yeah you know what trump supporters ask you boy why he's never done no shit like that too busy stealing from exactly and caving in his own businesses trump university thank you losing amazing one billion why ed crazy run more jealous and i don't even get jealous desouq every month my she comes out and be looking at him like that yeah well you ask twenty years so do they send them a deal FBI out i don't know him though that's i think that's on a yeah that's the dope shit like that but i've i've researched billionaires before yeah but sometimes they don't want their names out there that's what i was saying i know him you know oprah did something similar she donated half way to new jersey high school lights on program i don't know what to do a heated yeah they do a heated oh you got upstate she probably saw the headline and be like okay i get the credit you wanna better right yes score let me get a billion dollars i probably would do that though talking all that do you show i'm just i'm the most relying oh my i wouldn't i don't know i might i would i would awesome that's great stuff we hunger though i think he's doing some studying a lot of money lebron there's money whereas manashian lines BS fucked up man it's not his fault and so these people using swimming pools for.

"willy" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

Is The Mic Still On

28:37 min | 3 years ago

"willy" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

"Just go to instagram dot com slash the might still long click the link treat link and you'll see links to our radic community out discord community the facebook passes committee at nine minutes table mississauga chambal snow motion that was no mode they made a motion make a motion miss a pro komo suit he made a motion to motion he made a motion to table nj america multi made a motion to table the motion made a motion was made you scares me serta chambliss you recognize what the chairs and this is crazy but yeah this is definitely an attack over his ways so you know it's it's more common it's going to be a long fight i encouraged the case as the court case set the precedent got florida got you tommy oregon with me over the alabama ban i am not saying life doesn't matter i am asking you if you honestly think in all out ban going to stop abortion do you think when is the answer do you think is effective or does this make you feel better see she's trying to clean it so which are valid questions but i mean she still is on record of saying that she's that's funny because i feel like if she was a white man she literally wouldn't have said anything because it wouldn't have applied to her if it was a white man saying it i would see people being more you know jumping over her because it's actual white man speaking about a woman versus an actual white women speaking about how you know abortion where i would think it would be more effective more effect her and her gender than a white man i don't really know oh i don't really think so i mean maybe it's because of her stance just in general as a conservative but again i don't really think it would make that much the difference i don't know i just feel like obviously she did try to clean it up because i feel like she's in a situation where she does want to i don't i really don't even know how serious tommy lorne is 'cause i kind of feel like part of her is trolling but i kind of feel like when she says stuff like this it's nick how serious are you you know what i'm saying like like are you are you trolling do like i feel like she really feels this way which is why she likes said it and then why she tried to like go back uncover it now i think she series and what she's saying but i think the way she's looking at is like this isn't the answer this isn't a solution to what as a trying to solve there's a better way in the government should be interfering have suggested a better way if she felt that way she probably don't have it me like many others just just don't agree that this is the way so or there's one way to do it i definitely think she wants abortion restricted she just feels is too restrictive she's probably one of those people abortion as birth control she's one of those oh so she's saying that okay if it's rape and incest etc than i think that it's to restrict it which is funny because with the whole alabama thing like one georgia i made there i think they were the first to kind of come out and do all of this i didn't really hear that many people up in arms about it although i was freaking out because i was like i feel like any type of course like restriction is fucking ridiculous because who the fuck are you to tell me but at the same time some people really started coming out of the woodworks alabama tried to pass the bears being as the restrictive as it was i was just kind of like oh okay so now people are coming out in alabama emma gives missouri i know i know is iowa i want one of those which is like a domino effect like man what literally every like three hours it's a new state i had to talk to somebody on facebook because they're just like eight georgia i hate alabama the fucking south blah blah blah and i kind of feel you but that exactly i think it's very dangerous for you guys to pretend that this is just a southern thing right it's going to pass here at is gonna start sneaking up in the place that you would least expect iraq so you can keep pretending that is just us backwards southerners all you want but when it started happening in places like fucking kansas or wherever l. michigan ooh damn which is attention right which is another reason that they were trying to pass that feels largest create a bill to get california headed into like three states because they know how powerful it is with their liberal views on everything knowing that you know it's usually a blue state every time there's a new presidency and things like that so that's just very interesting obviously with people were like that's too much work where'd you wanna do that but when you look into the actual reason and why like the political backing reason on why they try to do things like that they know that they have more power to try and like convince one or two pieces of california to vote a certain way than having the whole thing like why why why do you think that they're trying to pass these laws like what's the underlying reason why so i saw this thing and i don't know how i don't know i wasn't really looking for a reason why they were doing it to me restrictive fuck this general but i did see something that was being matt most of the women the percentage of women who get abortions at sixty percent white women and they said that it was something about like a fear of the white population then you know you're not even to be funny but i look at that type of stuff and i'm like okay that seems ridiculous to me but i do understand the whole you know white men being the mo like at this time they're so scared and they're offering themselves because they feel like they're getting closer to like you know getting closer to equality scares them because they feel like they're having to give something up in terms of you know i was at the top for so long oh my god aren't slaves any more this is kinda weird like that whole thing so you know i've seen like surveys and things that suggest that in i don't know fifty years most of america's gonna be mixed because of how people are dating and having like all that so so basically they were saying that if you can restrict women from getting abortions that means that the that sixty percent of white women will continue reproduce it was just like they have like articles and stuff and i was just like that's just an extra interesting take if that was the main reason behind it they're they're kind of drawn a threat between that way population and there was a recent report that came out that the population isn't growing anymore that people are having less babies now they were talking about you know maybe a because people are waiting to their thirties now baby people are choosing careers yeah that's right isn't this abortion bans people of color the most so if people of color can't get abortions we're going to be creating way more babies but i think they're just looking at the the numbers in terms of the sixty percent she put out so because that sixty percent of their population the white race that has not being born but the white race has easier access to condoms and birth control and that type of thing that they're obviously not using well i'm true true but i just that seems like a bit of a reach i know we like to make everything seem like it's a white supremacy thing saying that that's wrong i haven't heard this theory berry time hearing i was i was kind of taken back by it because i was like that's paranoid the timing because i wouldn't be shocked either i wouldn't be shocked either always at the time it doesn't sound like that's fees 'cause this abortion thing has been going on for ears new they'd just been trying to make it happen but this is the first time in in a couple of decades that they've controlled house is so hard so that's why it's just been easier for them to slide this shit house and the supreme court right yeah right yeah 'cause you know obviously all of this stuff is changing i'm just trying to my head i didn't look it up but just in my head trying to figure out why what's the reason why i like hearing you guys talking you know y'all did our research on it i just i when i look at a lot of my friends they're not having babies like my closest friends they're not like my age and older and they don't have kids yet i don't have a kid yet and i'm in my mid thirties now you know but partly is because so much more expensive days you know because you look back in the day forty fifty sixty families have five six seven kids like my father is the oldest boy out of ten kids bye bye in cuba where they didn't really have anything so i just i don't know how that's going to impact society 'cause already we don't really make enough to survive and now you're gonna tell now you're forcing us to literally feed these kids right and then the systems in place for that but but then that also puts strain onto the assistance is why right yeah because i should eight unlimited it's an interesting spirit theories i wasn't prized look into it but i'm just like there's always somebody trying to pull some strings for an ulterior motive at the top so not putting past route you kind of like food on the show excuse me talking to sophie and you know what you're right you let me finish so you finish us finish and done can you see this early marbella like damn near sizes yours moreover it's fine we'll have our schools and a statement that he didn't even finish everybody jumping y'all know how kenner robbie they before they loaned me stay left yeah that's fine yeah y'all dirty you know full cannon rod so might be soviet in our own show right to watch would you guys this this recent trend has gone on would you guys somebody picked the food out that i saw this one dude was talking about that looks amazing i saw this one do saying for the next twenty four hours everywhere he went the person in front of him he allowed them to order would you let somebody well what about you what would you do would you do that i would do that but it wasn't me if obviously if it was beginner whatever restaurant i would i would do that for a week i wouldn't do it i know it's twenty four hours you go just let the person ahead of you or for fun see i i kind of had that built in the wife she is very adventurous when it comes to food so she be ordering weird stuff and everything what she eats octopus octopus is not good she doesn't do that she does what's the shellfish look like laghi a what oh clams that oh i can't do that route yes yes this how do i think i i'm not willing i would think it would be fun yeah i think it would be a little bit before.

"willy" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

Is The Mic Still On

16:18 min | 3 years ago

"willy" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

"Baluch but but but there's different levels to millennials we're we're first gen we're different different thank you story last night me and the wife was at target and she was looking for something specifically and she's like up and down to open up the app and search for it'll tell you exactly i got the john week one and two because target on sale for it was like sixteen bucks for both movies and i couldn't find i went to the you know the section pulled up the app innocent d forty five bolton where i got i why i keep going back and forth you don't do a tunes movies no no it's not like i typically don't do digital unless it's like netflix and stuff like that you have a blu ray player in a couple of years that's true yeah it's like CD's and stuff i do all digital now with movies because i use all those down the eggs and they just sit in the house i saw an open so you think if we physical versus digital again that conversation that you have transitioned to primarily digital now yeah oh shit revisit that for those of you that don't go to data hip hop dot com look the physical versus digital what year was that that was early all right out sir john eleven two thousand twelve one those two year in a different place now than i was before there's been some changes in technology mall for convenience but yeah maybe we should yeah because you were super gung ho on physical you and mike was on that side of the fence like heavy i know mike's the liz mm-hmm yeah i've i've come around more also on a collective side though right or you still listen to a physical copy stuff doc at my house in appoint what do you listen to it house my records cds damn another crazy stuff on actual thing and press employee knows so much work are you need bluetooth not lazy i can just like that is lazy that's why when you play lazy again like what do you like do like obviously i know you do house cleaning but do you play music while you're cleaning out yes so when you're ready to win that goes off your chest changed that much work i know it's not i'm just saying but like it is convenient to like just let some some kind of play through i can't i can't even front on a cd one artis like i can play i've see i don't do that i know what you're gonna go put an album on the whole thing i wanted to i'm like no i i'm too like when i'm sitting down to enjoy music but like if i'm cleaning and doing other things and i just want like background noise then i just want like shuffled list of now a random song while like another album to play after that then you walk you'll lazy this jack the new CD i'm not saying but if you're in the middle of cleaning my house ain't that you might go tomorrow bat houses a lot bigger than mine so it only takes me about forty five minutes to clean my house so you don't have upstairs downstairs knows mm-hmm oh you have a basement but i don't go down there do laundry i don't clean down there despite all kinds of sit down there we really don't have a fax only from last week i mean the only thing was you know the short laws matter crew at somebody two thousand put it read it three she get mad again no she's actually very reasonable uh-huh yes she didn't include any links but she did tell us that ten thousand pygmies work he'll apart of the rwandan genocide is clipped as slaves in the congo pygmies four feet eleven four eleven short and somehow that transit leads into the united states making jokes about short people so yeah like a short apocalypse down you know because that's l. s. very reasonable it's very plausible that all of a sudden people would just start revolting against short people and killing them she cares me i mean not in this world that we live in today slow clap for the people or the people every time we talk about video with that with that little person jumps in the water and it goes commercial just like a youtube joe going swimming he jumps into the water and if ever it goes i do kinda bad laughing but at the same time don't get it's fucking hilarious i should find it i would like to see it no auto doing let me see this i gotta i gotta see no no they're used to uh-huh modest media she's giving us some good time anyway yeah man so i think you may have mentioned rovers is way last week and it didn't really hit me until i saw alabama's law and then that's all of course missouri's and other and then i was i was just driving like what in the world is going on like wow all of these abortion laws passing what the hell and then i was like oh five four supreme court conservative yeah of course and i was like cavenaugh which was the reason why they want him in the gordon why they wanted to flip the court to to republican and i was like that's what it is because it just seem very random very aggressive obviously it was very hand out and i'm very strategic in passing them in in this big swell so so yeah for people out there listening yeah there's more also join joining alabama georgia in in abortion you know what i wonder though if they will actually get changed because they're not while i notice a file for court they really sometimes need something diffic- or something different from previous laws in order to make those changes right because they're they're very keen on precedent and also if you own the award you don't want to be seen as plan political favors or politics is always about the rule of law typically with them most damn i don't know how brad kavanagh is he was groomed by a very conservative group i can't think of their name which was part of the reason why people were so against them getting on court but but yeah i i was just wondering if if he would actually in being changed or not all i know is is that there's an article on eleven alive that's suggests that fulton county doesn't plan on prosecuting women or medical with care professionals if women decide to get an abortion gwinnett county has also sided with them as well they said that they're going to observe the versus wade constitutional law but they did say in cobb county that since they don't plan on prosecuting women obviously but they said that they at this time or not sure if they're going to prosecute healthcare professionals which is just so cobb county of them but okay we should state though that that is a fact only we said last week we i know i did you said that there were exceptions in the alabama law that included rape but that was actually false rape is not and i don't think incest is either but not an exception georgia in georgia those are exceptions but alabama's is straight into straight up to abortion and you would still have to prove that you got raped so right dan brew which is already difficult enough as it so many rape kits just sit in posits free carries the sin over a way you can support or something like that 'cause i know you guys were asking like other ways i posted a bunch of stuff there's yeah there's one ways to donate you could donate to planned parenthood you can donate to yellow was yellowstone i'm not sure that was the name of one of them but yeah there's multiple ways to donate yeah i thought it was a place where you can just kinda go and kind of list out yeah i did an article i don't remember the the young lady's name but she wrote an article that was saying basically kind of what we're talking about last week which is that a lot of these organizations do not want this entertainment band to go through they would rather people focus on helping the organizations that are trying to fight law so she wrote a full article outlining the different places you can go to donate and even stacey abrams herself tweeted out this was before this but i thought it was interesting because i'd never saw the tweet originally saying that you should not taint this entertainment ban instead try to find other ways to do this but there was like six or seven different organizations but you can donate to that trying to help fight this year is this the one you were talking about on a now this news and so right you wasn't on last week so you have any thoughts on any of this stuff yes messed up you know i don't think men should be making those type walls are white man did you see the picture man that's nice crazy but it's like and then they got into it house bill number three hundred and fourteen about representative collins relating to abortion committee amendment pending chambliss doesn't favor say no arguments commotion like five crazy man yeah man like elegant but that's alabama mandy they that's it'll be on some shit that's why i'm for clarification the article was on the cut dot com and it was written by a man to arnold i tweeted it out so you can go to her twitter it's at a. m. a. n. d. o. l. i n. z. and it's an extremely informative article that said outlines what you can do to help combat this you in her name is ver- shot lady name her name is version ver shos sharma she's like the senior correspondent managing editor for now this news and she has five ways you can take action support reproductive rights so yeah you can find her on twitter and get information from net you're thinking of yellowhammer i believe yeah yeah and then i think also the ACLU's do things in different states as well so for anybody that's looking for ways to put your money i guess everybody that's you know that's against us to stay engaged let your voice be heard wherever possible and pay attention man 'cause as as something that you know we we all should be if if you object to it should definitely strive to agree to the roe versus wade when is that about cake originated with the filing of generaux unmarried girl janko at gone several dallas physician thinking an abortion but had been refused care because texas law certainly we cannot say the constitution stated the right to an abortion but branch of course is the primary case holding that the state could not interfere in the question of whether or not a married couple weeks birth control though there there is a bright body of cases decided in the past by this court in the areas of marriage sex contraception procreation childbearing an education of children which says that there are certain things that are so much a part of the end of each will confirm that they should be left to the determination of the individual fundamental right to privacy on uh women decide a woman decides to do with her body regarding like reproductive rights whether or not to have an abortion y'all saying roe versus wade wade yes ah ally tommy i mean she got she got jumped off god is this poor baby he said i will be right by fellow conservatives for saying this but so be it this alabama abortion ban is too restrictive it doesn't save life is simply forces women into more dangerous methods other states or countries you don't encourage life yeah blanket government mandate i can start like pro-life entity like that type of shit i guess but yeah she's she's going against her own party yeah which she technically kind of sort of is fucking ally you can still write a fucking pity ah shit show on it we'll see that this was a surprising term from her surprising tweet she also added to the.