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Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 3: Russian Operas
"The flight of the Bumblebee has become much more famous than the opera for which Nikolai Ski Korsakov routed today. Bits of other Russian operas that have become better known in the concert hall then on the Opera Stage they call Me Kyle. Glinka the father of Russian classical music you hardly ever see Glinka opera Muslim and Ludmilla but you hear the overture. All the time well at least loosely. Ludmila has been performed. That's more than you can say for some operas. Lada flopped twice the first time a Russian theatre asked four different composers to collaborate writing combination. Opera Ballet. That Malaysia was never performed. Then rimsky-korsakov who was one of the four composers recycled the music he'd written into a melodic of own. That Lotte lasted all of six performances. Malaga is a funny title. Sergei PROKOFIEV program called the love for three oranges. The love for three oranges is about a prince who finds the princess? He loves inside. An orange one of three oranges. Love is a big problem for the title character in an opera by Tchaikovsky. Called Eugene on Yagan. A girl named Tatyana falls in love with gene on Yagan. But he doesn't fall in love with her until it's too late and she's married to someone else. The two of them always seemed to be meeting up at a ball. So Tchaikovsky put plenty of dance music including this waltz into his office part of Modesto Missouri Skis Opera. Boris good enough takes place in a Polish court where they do a Polish Vance the pullen his another Russian opera with famous dances in it is by Alexander Barra. Dean. Borodino was a professor of chemistry. Who only got to write music in his spare time. His only opera was prince eager in which the prince eager gets captured. While fighting the pile-up Ziems the best known. Part of the opera is when the Pelosi enslaves entertain prints e core by singing. Dancing Borodino died before he could finish prince eager but two of his friends who knew how he wanted it to sound finished it for him. One of those friends was Nikolai. Rimsky-korsakov whose flight of the Bumblebee is far more famous than the tale of our Sultan. The opera for which he wrote
"yagan" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"W dot com slash Ross bowling to seventy five dollars off your order. Thanks again to borough for supporting the show next segment stuff to Wikipedia when you're high. So for those of you who have never heard of stuff that we appear when you high segment before the idea is that we find incredibly interesting things via wicked. Pedia mostly that we think would be interesting to read about or hear about when you're stoned. But you don't have to be stoned. Obviously if you don't smoke weed, it's not just it's just a concept. Okay. It's an interesting fucking thing that you probably haven't heard about that's what the segment is. So today's stuff that we Kapiti when you highs all about Overton bridge Lovie E R T O U N bridge, which according to Kapiti is a category b listed structure over the Overton burn on the approach road to Overton house, which is near Dumbarton in west Dunbarton Shire Scotland. Everybody knows where that is. We've all heard of that it was completed in eighteen ninety five to a design by the landscape architect, h e Milner now that's all boring so far, right. Here's where it gets interesting. Since two thousand five media publicity has given rise to reports that a number of dogs have fallen or leapt from the Overton bridge being injured or dying when landing on the rocks fifty feet below. They're jumping off the brutal. Yeah. The bridge is also been the site of a human murder and another attempted suicide there'd been claims of ghosts or other supernatural causes. Researchers have described the story of dogs committing suicide off the bridge is an example of folklore and urban legend. Do you see dogs jumping off a bridge? That's yeah. That's wrap. You gotta go you. Remember, you see the movie the happening with Mark Wahlberg? Yeah. Remember at the beginning. When people started jumping off buildings and shit. Yeah. I was wondering I was wondering if you're going to reference to it's the creepiest thing, but I'm saying like dogs, especially. 'cause you know, how they're believed to have a six cents for dude. I'm out if if I see a dog commit suicide, so there's actually a New York Times article about this phenomenon that came out last week, and it's titled dog suicide bridge, why do so many pets keep leaping into a Scottish gorge? Okay. So if you want to read the whole thing, it's by Salan Yagan sue believes house pronounced doing my best. They're the story written on a Dumbarton Scotland. And it's very fascinating. I'll read you just the very beginning here. I was sure she was dead. Lodhi MacKinnon said quietly. Miss MacKinnon was sitting huddled in the corner of a cafe with their two children sipping hot coffee chocolate excuse me, as she described the day three years ago when she was walking with her border collie Bonnie over the.
"yagan" Discussed on This American Life
"The police is kind of famous gets tourists when Barack Obama was speaking during a state visit from the Canadian Prime Minister he mentioned the library as this. Her Mooney is symbol of Canadian US ties, a library is an inherently welcoming place. It's whole ethos is this is for everybody. That's the spirit of this library into countries. At once. That's not why we're talking about it, though, we're talking about something happening inside the library. That's making things kind of tense. That's why Yagan was there. She covers immigration. She's been writing about the travel bands since January twenty seventeen and the list of countries is changed as the ban has changed. But Iran, Ron has always been on the list of banned countries. There are a lot of Iranian students in the US here on single entry visas single entry means if they leave they can't just turn around and reenter the camp, go home to see their families, and because of the travel ban their families can't visit them here. So there's no way for them to see each other. But Iranian can get to Canada libraries in Canada and Iranian students in America can get to this library because this library is also in America. So that's what they've been doing meeting at this library into countries at once. Yeah, you know, went up there and waited outside the library on a Saturday morning almost immediately. This woman walked in who herself was an Iranian students, and she was dressed for the winter weather in winter coats, and she looked kind of anxious, and I kinda tell that she's Iranian. And so I started talking to her and she said that yes, indeed. She was trying to meet her parents. They spoke in Persian Geoghegan is Ronnie in American actually her parents came here students and I had earlier saw her being questioned by US border patrol agents. And so I asked her sort of what had happened in those interactions because I had heard that border patrol agents were objecting to these reunions. And we're at times trying to stop people from from carrying them out. But she said that you know, they questioned her they examined her documents. And they asked her if she was here to see her family and she said, yes. And they said great like that's very normal a lot of people do it, and they let her into the library. And then maybe about ten fifteen minutes after she first arrived kinda here. This a bit of commotion like the door the library's like pretty creaky old and kind of noisy and this like three or four people come in. We were in the second reading rooms of furthest from the door. And and just see this woman in a headscarf and a winter coat, and she kinda just starts like rushing in..
"yagan" Discussed on WJR 760
"John Bailey. WJR traffic and weather first on the phone from the JR weather center. Unseasonably cool. Temperatures force here today, partly to mostly cloudy skies. Today chance for a few showers later on this afternoon needed this evening, high temperatures lower fifties. Upper thirties tonight sunshine, Saturday, mid fifty s partly cloudy, low sixty Sunday from the Weather Channel. I'm meteorologist Ken Boone on news talk seven sixty WJR. Right. Kenny. Thank you, very much forty six degrees. Forty-six agrees and an old expression. I'll use it now myself. I'm not gonna lie to you. I don't follow the royals too much. I know this is shocking news, but just keep this in mind as dick pointed out. Eugenie or Eugenie c I saw a guy British guy say people are saying it wrong saying Eugenie, but everyone says you Jeanie so I'm going to say you Jeanie anyway. Pointed out that it's a Prince Andrew's. Daughter he end, and by the way, that would mean a duchess Sarah Ferguson as well. And to think that Prince Andrew is the brother of all ears, Charles. So the Queen is his mother. I mean, this they're not that far removed. He really is in and it's gonna be tough for him to deal with this. Andrew was always the queen's second son at the time of his birth in one thousand nine hundred sixty he was second in line to the throne behind his much more famous older, brother Prince, Charles. But he was also born before his older sister. Wait a minute. But before his older sister Princess Anne. Okay. It's hard to keep track. East the seventh in the order of succession. And following the arrival of the new Royal baby. I don't know. I I don't keep track. But all I can tell you is just from my observations, which is how I get most of this information. I have is just through observing. No one seems to care this morning. I have spent more time explaining how I don't understand this accession. Then they've spent on television broadcasting this this Royal wedding that is done now as far as I know, they're they're happily married and living happily ever after Princess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooks Bank. Okay. Like, I said, I just spend more time on that than than than the national media has because I saw it come up on one of my lines from overseas. Meanwhile, Michigan opera theatre is presenting Eugene on Yagan checkups skis beloved opera based on the classic Russian novel by Alexander Pushkin. It's compared with pride.
"yagan" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Did she, break the law and she also secretly taped a conversation. With the president and Trump response we've, got all of that don't touch that dial but first, FBI has now fired embattled agent Peter Strock. It's about time? No, pension for you Evan Haydn riches in the. W. r., k. o. newsroom he's got all the details on that story. What are they Evan Thank you good afternoon amid news Yagan was ousted on Friday at the FBI deputy director David boded. According to strikes lawyer today and the. Firing comes after he was criticized for sending several. Anti-trump. Text messages while struck was among those leading the Clinton Email and Russia investigations and the. Decision to fire, him overruled. An earlier FBI decision that structured, face a demotion sixty day? Suspension in Cambridge the station parking garages open today after being closed for. The weekend to allow for. Spot concrete repairs after, chunk of concrete fell last week but overnight parking there. Is still prohibited garage will reopen each, morning this week. At five yeah and it's he also, plans to close the garage this weekend for. A follow up? Assessment It's going. To check a traffic now with Dave Gardner busy but moving on the lower deck to the bridge southbound, it is jammed though on the Leverett down ramp to Storrow drive westbound which is slow from the circle, to the longfellow the left lane taken there for work eastbound side delay just. Before Charles, circle for left lane work on. Route three southbound slow before derby street the northbound side some off and on delays between Hanover and? Braintree for. Some roadwork. Slow on ninety five southbound through Attleboro as work goes on down, there the Pike's not bad right now, I'm Dave Gardner and the w. r. k. o. traffic center and we can expect more unsettled weather ahead Mike Ellis now with w WR Keough forecast tonight's guys partly to mostly cloudy with a chance of a few showers or thunderstorms in the area alone near, seventy tomorrow varying amounts, of clouds and some sun scattered thunderstorms likely highs near seventy nine tomorrow night a stray shower or thunderstorm the low. Near seventy eight seventy degrees in Boston. I'm Evan I'd nurse w walk.
"yagan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Them you know we just have to win games you know we've got. A. Lot of baseball wealth I, feel confident that, the best. Is, yet, to, common we can. We can do better than we men and expect, us to be including myself Yankees next. To series or against the two, worst teams in baseball four with the royals followed by. Two against the Orioles. The former Orioles closer act Britain joins. The Anki, tomorrow we, Sesa took the loss today on the same day the Mets announced USS but is the. Season is, over the best to win a. Game and, a series they beat the Padres six. To four their first series win since may and the winning pitcher. Today was sustained Yagan Corey Oswald special especially against I grew up Padres fan On everybody back home was, watching this one definitely looks good humor it was. The first major league win for Oswaldo to allow to runs over five, for the win amid, Rosario two run single Jose Bautista the tumor and Homer for the Mets and cesspit is a season is over he'll undergo, surgery to remove calcification, and both heels that surgery will. Keep him out up to ten months mentioned that the. Yankees faced the prospect of falling six games behind the, Red Sox tonight if, the Red Sox win the Red Sox are winning five nothing Ailey Baltimore in the. Top of the second but that game. Is being delayed right now by heavy rain in Baltimore top of the. Eleventh, the twins and, the Blue. Jays are tied at six Tigers beat the royals eight to four it was the Baroness over the giants three to Cleveland shutout Pittsburgh four nothing. Ending. The pirates eleven game winning, streak nationally finals Cosby to Diamondbacks, to won nationals over the brewers seven three Phillies..
"yagan" Discussed on Success! How I Did This
"No you haven't no well do you think that are advantages then if you see differently you know i think there's a mix i think you know you have just many people say well i started a company to solve a problem that i had and then i think you can also take the view that you know if you bring fresh eyes on an industry you can often come up with new paradigm or products so you could say that that yeah they brought a fresh perspective why did you decide to go to shop around our seo in two thousand sixteen i had been in the dating business for thirteen years i had co founded okay cupid i had been the ceo of match and i was part of the team that incubated tinder and i would argue that those were the three most important dating businesses ever we're in the third decade of online dating and decade one was match was the best company in i would argue indicate to it was the best company and indicate three it's tinder and i look at that and you know i think it's point you're like am i gonna do this forever and i kinda like head given the industry everything i had another big part of it was that i lived in chicago and matches based in dallas and okay cuba's in new york and tenders la and so part of it was just like there was the right time for me to think about what is the next chapter in my life and i was really interested in sort of to the question yesterday about what is that the that connects everything i'd like the idea of david goliath sort of the entrenched in combat.
"yagan" Discussed on Success! How I Did This
"You could use location beyond the dip coat number two the way dating used to work was it was something people would do when they got home at night so in fact we we'd seen our logs like seven pm like that's when everybody checked okay cupid right it's because you didn't do it at work because you on your computer now it's something that you're checking throughout the day and it's something where as you move around the town or move out your day sort of who you're matching with can change and then the third and most important is because it wasn't something you were doing at home in your basement it became something you could do with your friends we incubated tinder while i was the ceo of match and i think tinder accessible for a whole bunch of reasons but one of them was you could just sit there at a bar or at your friend's house and just start swiping and it became truly social not in the sort of social network way but truly in terms of hey check this out you know or hey let me swipe for you and that was something that you just couldn't do if you were doing it in your basement at seven o'clock at night with the mainstream success of this millions of people starting to use online dating it's not like a weird thing anymore it also made it easier also for i guess the way to see is like creepy guys harassing women like in two thousand fourteen this redder had like viral post of pretending to be a woman on okay cupid and he felt like he was immediately assaulted by all of these strange guys how did you see that as the head of this company so you know obviously the quality of the community is maybe the most important thing and you know whenever somebody asks me a question about online dating the first thing i think about is offline dating so think about like your favorite.
"yagan" Discussed on Success! How I Did This
"That really became into the state still is the gold standard for matching maybe see differently but what i'm looking at these three businesses that you founded it's hard for me to see like what was driving you like why one to the next what did you see like how do you approach entering a business what are you passionate about so i think in all of them they're about building great products thinking first about the customer and building products that customers are gonna love preferably using either a technology transformation or a business model transformation to empower them or to enable them so if you think about spark notes you know the innovation there was the internet which sounds trite now but like you know cliff's notes were these books and nobody had yet gone and said we're gonna use the internet to make a better consumer experience with e dongki it was it was the technology that jed had built around getting much faster downloads and so we were able to build a consumer experience that people love better and with okay it was really about using data which big it wasn't even terminally doesn't for i don't think using data to drive compatibility assessment those are the common threads and and shop owner where you know i spend my time now it's all about thinking how can we make prime like experience for the other retailers that are amazon how can we help you know neiman marcus or kate spade or any of our retailers the light their customers despite not having the scale that that don has so then with okay cupid ten years in online dating had become a massive business and then people started using smartphones as well how how did that change how you kind of saw what you wanted to accomplish here the smartphone dynamic in dating and you know people right business school case studies about this eventually it had a couple of interesting fact i think the first is for the first time you.
"yagan" Discussed on Success! How I Did This
"I learned about james i think one is the difference between market success and economic success like i consider you donkey 'success we reach millions and millions of people we ultimately ran into regulatory legal headwinds but i think i understand that a lot better now i think i've really valued the importance of clarity in laws because people talk about chilling effects and ambiguous and you're gonna stifle innovation and i think some of that israel you know and i think like what i think entrepreneurs need is and especially investors but entrepreneurs like what are the rules of the road for this business and will we will play within the rules if it's clear what they are i think the more beauty there is there is this chilling effect of saying why don't wanna go invest a bunch of my life to build something that could ultimately just go down so i think those two were probably two of my biggest learnings why did you get into the online dating business in two thousand four with okay keeping chris called me from bar on a friday night and he called me and said we should start a dating site chris your friend from my cofounder from spark notes there was really late he was at a bar in the lower east side i was like he's probably gonna forget about that and called me the next day said what do you think and i was like a really gonna do this but you know i think if you think back to the dating industry so really at the time it was you know matchy harmony in yahu where the three big players and the faces of online dating were dr phil had a deal with matching dr neil warren who still on the harmony commercials and the four founders voca cubit we're all math majors and so we were thinking like this can't be the future of all my dating like you can't be like these psychologists who are going to look into your soul and find a soulmate so we just didn't believe the product premise and chris who's a product visionary really just sort of had this idea of matching algorithm based on getting people to do kyun a.
"yagan" Discussed on Success! How I Did This
"Hugh payroll that was it that was our pino thinking about accounting knew anything about marketing and everything about hr we were eighteen person company and then you get there and you're like you show up in accounting meeting and like you can't get through the third minute before you're super confused i didn't even know any of these terms and so most people business school for the strategy classes and i went to business school for the core i was like yeah great i'll do the tragic but i won't understand how county works and i won't understand how you know hr works like that was what i knew i needed you had already built a business but you've found yourself in over your head essentially yeah i mean if your first job as a ceo like normally you'd like train for this job and you become a domain expert or you manage people through our whole crew development plans to prepare you to be a ceo and i had none of that showed up made a ton of mistakes obviously but more than that i just never had the foundation on which to build my professional success so you had e donkey right now it's kind of like a napster for for video essentially yeah i mean after foreign client yeah so after napster had its legal demise a whole set of decentralized file sharing networks join so this is kazaa lime wire bear share would have been sort of the the peer companies at the time and we were we were one of the decentralized networks because our technology might partner jed michaela who's the best technologist ever i now super active in crypto he had this vision for technology and because it was so fast naturally people used it for video because video files are much bigger than audio file so we became the defacto filesharing work for video because the technology was so perfect for that what is your experience with documented that teach you as you're looking back on it.
"yagan" Discussed on Success! How I Did This
"It's you can argue business models it wish from sunday but i think spark is like the perfect thing to be at support because it's right once and publish zillion times right so like whatever we paid we paid for hundred bucks spark annuity netanyahu probably have the same spa today you maybe be updated once a decade or something but the up front cost is so low and the uses so high that you can make your notes profitable on an ad model i think over time there's a huge opportunity to journal out more revenue based off the study guide but that hasn't been a priority so when you went to get your mba at stanford where you going into this being like when i got out of this maybe i'll go into like a typical wall street career nor did you think you are going to be a founder oh no i knew i knew i was going to go to a typical career i think once you've had a modest successful ceo experience it's super hard to not have that again so that was with spark notes yeah that was sparked we sparked was twice this second time we sold it departs noble i stayed at personable for a year and i remember at barnes and noble cause they have a publishing business of a retail business the time especially was a really big successful company and i remember realizing how much i didn't know about business right like the thing about like a straightforward consumer internet business it doesn't spend money on marketing that really doesn't spend money on really on cost of goods although we you know we did pay for the notes to get made our pino was so simple that was like at revenue.
"yagan" Discussed on Success! How I Did This
"What does this mean for my career and money and didn't have any money and i was like cool let's do it you know and like that immediate sort of bias toward yeah let's let's try it something that i didn't have to think very hard about again because i think i had been raised with a certain sort of decision making here stick or framework where that seemed like a great opportunity to pursue and so i was at so it was in the i was in the spring of my senior year wouldn't chris max and i decided we were going to you make go out of this company called at the time the spark and then weeks later we launched spark notes were you creating the study got yourself no one of the nice things about being in school liberal arts school with a good english program is we had all these friends who had just gotten done paying you know hundred grand to school to allow them to write papers and so we went with this great offer will pay four hundred bucks to write a paper and their heads exploded they're like wait a minute you're gonna pay me to write a paper this is amazing and so i remember it was like we had spring late in march that year and we went to people right before their spring breaks and said hey can you spend your spring break writing this paper and and so at the spring break we had ten spark not put them up on the site and we get all this hate mail and like people were passed what because we didn't have the spark not needed because we only we only had ten and they wanted romeo and juliet or they wanted hamlet or they wanted you know whatever book we didn't have and it was like a really real anger because they're like oh we found this site with study guides and then they're like scrolling in there they don't see what they want but of course that's the best kind of hate mail to get right we need more product and so we spent that summer we hired couple editors and their goal was to get a hundred spark notes up by the fall and the rest is kind of history how'd you make a business out of it.
"yagan" Discussed on Z100
"What it's so great to tell you what's happening with your weather because it's finally good news i mean yesterday wow how amazing was that we have another one today rights gary absolutely sunshine up to around sixty three degrees tomorrow clouds and sun high approaching sixty so just a little cooler but there's gonna be another warm up by the end of the week all right i'll take it so the mets rained out the yankees beat the blue jay had good weekends the devils lots of tampa tampa bay saturday so hockey for us is done right sad news coming out of paterson new jersey a patterson police officer killed in a car crash yesterday morning officer tambi yagan was driving a marked patrol vehicle and collided with a parked carton and rushed to the hospital but he passed away so all of our best to the police force in patterson and of course the family gas prices expected in new jersey to hit the highest point in four years i feel like when it gets nicer out and they know whereabouts go on the road and take some trips kind of happen like that it's the same thing as when they're about to come out with a new iphone they push button in cupertino and makes all of our iphones go totally anyway so yeah gas prices over three dollars in some places right while kansas deli the world famous cats is daily they had a little fire in the kitchen firefighters show up they put it out and they all walked away with sandwiches of course it's not turkey smoked turkey doesn't matter nice way to thank them beautiful subway station cortlandt street subway station was destroyed seventeen years ago.
"yagan" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"That's don't have your headphones touch it put your hat on let's list lists pretend is not here and maybe it'll maybe it'll slither away don't touch ring though the door handle yagan turns the door handle you wash your hands everyone on the show please i know i'm feeling itchy to it's it's all in our heads let's all wash our hands at least several times of a minute all right okay so on the wheel of games there's a lot of games danial i don't want him touching the wheel i want you to spend it joe look over hold on let me get art contestant here is is not roller contested tiffany hi tiffany okay have you ever had ringworm no would you like it because it's one of the games on the wheel of games thank you catch it on the phone i don't think so well thank you for waking up early what do you do tiffany what's your life all about i am hospital technician in robert wood new brunswick wow okay cool that's hospital out near greg's house maybe he'll check him out he'll be in the emergency room tonight with more ringworm all right here we go on the wheel of games what do you have what are the games on the wheel today daniel if we're going to spend them the wheel at their tax walk that what's tax walk art so you know today is tax day so i will attempt to take five to six steps on a bunch of tax that we have on the ground if i can do five or six steps you'll win if i cannot you because it's tax day they're spelled differently what else is on the.
"yagan" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"The cold be bitcoin expert one who worked as a consultant for the fdr and was paid to take the stand gustav o who had led grosses arrest and the discovery of the silk road server never took the stand furthermore there was named toy new revelation about do yagan's investigation thirteen days before the trial began the defense was provided with four thousand pages of the investigation jarred had conducted within those pages jared had actually named somebody else who we thought could be the dread cowrote rub these are the suspect was around russ's age had operated as it be choline woundr had a computer programming background was a computer systems developer and had operated different websites including bitcoin talk the forum way one of the first posts promoting silk road pete other agents had spoken to the suspect and he allegedly offered to give them the name of the real jared poorer its if they left him a line there was a few wake sleight of the russell breach was arrested the defense wanted to explore this further and on the third 'if the trawl joe show which right toe russia's loyal started cross examining jarred a bad he's on the suspect but he was stopped before he could really star seren n from the prosecution objected to any loan of questioning at led down the path of another tread poorer it he argued that the whole point of the troll was that russ was the dread poorer rabbits the court was adjourned for a couple of days to enable a decision to be made when the trial resumed the judge agreed with the prosecution and banned any questioning none jarrett's other suspect only know ross's wayne states that the government conducted a very controlled narrative before throughout and after the trial she said the facts presented were very carefully selected to tell the story the.
"yagan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The great question the audience are there any lessons from the silk road case the tell us anything about how decentralised cyber from cybercriminals organisations operate in other words the government like they have a lotta take away from this that are a high here's how we should deal with these things going forward we should've asked cames colmey before it was fire today we missed our chance by two hours i by the end of this this session i think they'll be someone else they'll they'll painted the white house pink or something like that yeah i think that the thing that's been really fascinating is is that you know that the a lot of people think and this is the first chapter in the book a lot of people think that that the silk road that the that the government wanted to take it down because of the drugs and that wasn't actually the first reason the and it wasn't even the biggest reason the main reason that that that they went after it originally this this this hsi and he had this real estate he hit nine eleven have been a big thing for him is dad was a judge in and and there's a whole backstory there he he believe that that what happened on nine eleven was that the terrorists used american built planes and the american built airline system two crashed planes into the world trade center and the pentagon and they didn't need weapons and what what jared yagan the exercise and thought he saw the silk road from a single literally singled pink till that had come in and to chicago hair and and i i visited chicago hurdle little tangent here a visit chicago airport i got to see where the two where the mail in the drugs come in and the mail facility is is like twenty football fields big and the fact that this little tiny pink pill was discovered was was pretty amazing but but suddenly he sees a stink till commanding the discover silk road and and he thinks to solve he's like whoa someone could use the site not for the drugs but they could terrorists could come into this country just on a on a on a vacation and then they could go on the silk road bitcoin and they could buy the guns and.
"yagan" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And now back to our program the great question the audience are there any lessons from the silk road case the tell us anything about how decentralised cyber crime cyber criminal organisations operate in other words that the government like they have a lotta take away from this that are a hot here's how we should deal with these things going forward we should've asked games colmey before it was fire today we missed our chance by took our fight by the end of this this session i think they'll be someone else they'll they'll painted the white house pink or something like that yeah i think that the thing that's been really fascinating is is that you know that the a lot of people think and this is the first chapter in the book a lot of people think that that the silk road that the that the government wanted to take it down because of the drugs and that wasn't actually the first reason the and it wasn't even the biggest reason the main reason that that that they went after it originally this this this hsi asian he had this real estate he he nine eleven had been a big thing for him is dad was a judge in and and there's a whole backstory there but he he believe that that what happened on nine eleven was that the terrorists used american built planes and the american airline system two crashed planes into the world trade center and the pentagon and they didn't need weapons and what what jared yagan the exercise and thought he saw the silk road from a single literally singled pink toilet had come in and she to chicago hair and and i i visited chicago hurdle little tangent here a visit chicago airport i got to see where the where the mail the drugs come in the mail facility is islam twenty football field big and the fact that this little tiny pink pill was discovered was was pretty amazing but but suddenly he sees a stink tell commanded the discover silk road and and he thinks to solve he's like whoa someone could use the site not for the drugs but they could terrorists come into this country just on a on a on a vague asian and then they could go on the silk road bitcoin and they could buy.