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"Basically want to tablings At first and then auditable entities so. I was playing somewhere between teen twenty five tables off sipping goals and then Mt ts between five dollars. Hundred dollars basically. Would you recommend this as me. Now would you recommend that tabloids focused on growth. It doesn't matter if you if you make less than let's say a thousand dollars on average with it focused much more on getting better than focusing on making i would say that till five digits a month nice okay and our last community member has three questions for you. daniel makhado. Thank you very much. Daniel fay officially announce your retirement in two thousand sixteen after you won your first. Wfp bracelet and a five million dollar payday. What if that hit only happens day five years later when you have done anything differently i can. I'm not sure. I understand the question. I think i'm basically like you said that. An incredible moment in your career was unbelievable. Five million added to your bankroll but what if that never happened in an only happened now when five years last five years be different than anyway. Now i don't think so. It wasn't a big reason why entire it was part. The part the big reason was grinding. Twelve harm state for weeks and weeks and weeks and weeks So i was just i was just over. I won a lot of money in. I didn't want to play a single handed. Marceau every a at the best outcome. I mean much better than i thought it would go and i hated a saw. That was so clear for me too. I to stop as a be good for you for following the knowing what you wanted to do. Not just Continuing to rent like a hamster wheel second to last question Have the companies you invested in giving you the results you have hoped for. I don't think. I clearly what i hope for no bike. It's unpredictable unexpectable i would say What i realize now is. I focused way too much on things. That aren't things i want to focus on. I spent too much time on things. I don't really care much about deeply. And that's results like outcomes. That aren't exciting. So that's how. I would describe it so it's like prime mind. It doesn't matter what the outcome is like. I'm not looking at okay. What much money i loved. It was granted experience. I'm happy to we work with. Elliot's it's not the thing that i'm going to make a bunch of money with but for me. It was very rewarding. It was very very cool. Experience happy we didn't other investments. I made projects we build. Is like if i wasn't if i wasn't excited about it and i did it to make money with it because i think it will be. It always turn out to be. Because i left behind it. And then it's not gonna work so right and your hart's gotta be in a here and the final question again from daniel makuto. Thank you daniel saito. Were coming out of a crazy one and a half years of the pandemic. What is your wish for the rest of twenty twenty one. I would really love me focused more on the long term That would be my wish. I think there's lots of topics we have on the table. That require us to prioritize long term short term weather. That's i think in a decision making a specifically very important in my opinion right. Now i feel. It's it's very much around managing the short term whether net status power or like accessorised. Something and i feel it's much important. I would really wish that we focus more on. Okay what does that mean for us collaboratively or as like not just as one country but globally connected. I would really love to see that Brain answer and to say also just in terms of the sheer amount of questions between myself and and the community or put together. There was so much. I had to cut it down and still you. Were very kind to to give us more than the original allotted hour of time fate or thank you. It's just again. I understand why there's so many questions is. It's such a brilliant mind. You know you've accomplished so much of the age is not just about the success. Not just about the money one. And just you know just as small inkling of it from your final answer. It's not what you didn't even think. What do i want for myself is what you want for others. You want for the world. That says something very beautiful about you. I mean it's also. I think it's a i think we all we all care about ourselves but i think it's about what is that idea of self and for me. It's like i think if everyone is doing what. I'm doing well too so it's not that i think. Oh i want everyone to do well and doesn't matter how i do but i really think if if people on the around the world are doing well and on are happy like icing. That will have a great impact on me. It's because there's so there's so many not describe it will relationships between them and me were like the products that use that they developed where the attraction like. There's so many people even in my area have no relationship Contact with where. dependent on them. They their decision. Making the politicians or the entrepreneurs are the people the people running systems here. And so i think the better system is doing better also might experience in my life is going to be. So that's why. I may some chrome careless about about that. It's fantastic and again. Thank you to everyone who sent in questions four fatal alz again a friendly reminder to our cards chat community. We'd love to see you submit your questions for our future. Podcast guests in the dedicated thread in the forums. Please be sure to give us a good review on tunes and spread the word vying your social media channels if you'd like the show fade on before we let you go anything else. You'd like to tell our listeners and people want you confronted. Thanks for the kindness and the nice questions was exciting. Very sweet thank you. I'm glad you enjoyed yourself. 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"fedor" Discussed on Cards Chat
"So it's a bit a bit different now than it was back. Then i prepared back then so when it was playing professionally fulltime. I basically woke up depending on whether it was live online. Mostly live tournaments. I woke up around nine to nine to ten because they started the afternoon workouts. I had some healthy breakfast on. I did meditation or prior. Mind did a session with elliott or combination of them and Eight very lightly. So i generally played better when i was a bit hungry hungry for chips. So yeah that's a that was actually my routine and then when the tournament was finished like ten to twelve hours later i most. The almost immediately went to bed and repeat fashionable this agile. What is the next question from crystals. What is the lowest buying tournament that you will play today. It depends on the tournament. But i think the lowest played in the last couple of weeks was like a one of the bigger hundred dollar like blow main event for example. Like just a bigger lower tournaments. Like let's say from one hundred dollar definitely and then sometimes hundred dollar fifty dollar tournaments okay and final question from crystals What is your favorite life tournament to play. And why. I think my favorite was actually did Tournaments here is really nicely. Organized and very nice venues. The one million triton in london was really really awesome and then my second favorite spot was probably aria. I just loved the art. Like everything from the dealers to the seeds just people like you play a home game in. It's just nice. I really like it very cool. That triton one that's where they sort of paired professional with the with a businessman is that the one when charity. I was cool and selleck. Next t pack. Thank you very much tea. Pat for sending in this question What vice you have for recreational players who are entering a w. s. o. p. or w. s. o. p. circuit event for the first time. And they're going up against a lot of pros art. One answer depends on how much time you have to prepare. Savage generally say epsilon to just check out One off the courses depending innocuous one to prepare. It's different than if he has ten more or fifty because if you're one hour like there's not much you can do but if you have a couple of hours i think the most important is to just check out browse through things in check. Is there something that you would totally different like. That's normally a good sensor for finding biggest mistakes. You know when you look at opening ranges. Know what you should open raise. What handed should open with you. Know what you should see that. Can you find something we're like. Oh like this makes us totally new for me. i would say generally. It's probably a bit better too tight and aggressive. Like i would say it's very important to not be too passive because that's mostly where if you play titan passive that's mostly a not a great great style you'll get taken advantage of. Sometimes i guess our next questions come from freddie. Dr eighty seven. Thank you freddy from all your big caches as i like this very insightful question from of your big caches which them came at the moment that you needed the money the most alum i would say the first ship after mcdonagh was probably the most substantial because it's oftentimes like that ship and meets a play on your stakes not the label bigger pieces of your time so i would say people when they're in the beginning of your career. I always tried to think in in. Future me money when i when i was eighteen. I had no money. But i think it's much more future money so if i invest the thousand euros. That's not like at that time. That was one hundred of bankrolled. But's it's relatively small compared to what i think i'm going happen in the next ten years. It's only fine to invest. You know south five thousand euros when when it's most your money like invest in yourself. Msw growth In learning something. So i think the beginning my my first fifty k. Caches were probably the most important cash from me nice when he used that word. Invest that the ties. It very nicely to freddie's second question in what do you invest your poker winnings i bought some real estate So i bought myself an apartment but my family house and some crypto as some Some companies actually in projects that i believe in So it's a mix of authorioty of different things back in poker Yeah so next. This is someone who's never submitted a question of. Why don't recognize the name. So thank you very much shovel. cooley. I hope i got that one right. Thank you very much two questions for you in the early stages of your poker developments. What is the one thing you struggled with the most specifically during in game play. And how did you resolve this. I would say a form of That feeling of things are unfair. I deserve something else like that's hard. I definitely struggled with that. And i spend a lot of time working on that so every time it happens like let's say it was often for me players who are regular who i think. Play terrible winning against me with bad plays like that. Something that always milats. That's just my perception right. Someone i perceive as bad. I received do something that i think is bad like there's so much subjectively they're already. I'm sorry to try to work on that. And i'm like if i think something that's great like it's good for me if they continue to iraq and it's the environment that continues to happen and i'm glad that that's the environment because that makes it what it is so i tried to inject logic to turn it into something. That's positive that i that i appreciate it so i tried to turn something that tells me into something that i'm happy for fantastic answer like lot. I'm sure some. Cooley does as well the second question from some cooley. What is your favorite online at tournaments series. And why i would say the recent wpn but also this this spring festival like that was really awesome. I mean it was unsafe training because it's just too much for too long but it's also super exciting Like i love the ears competition for big by for like basically every day like that's just that's just amazing so these wsb online was probably my favorite's areas that men spring festival all my second okay. We've got three more community members who put forth questions for you. One is the ever present and consisted acid. burn f x. Thank you very much. Love the screaming scan stuff always comes up with the most creative questions What mystery would you like to see solved in.
"fedor" Discussed on Cards Chat
"Who's very nice. You've named one that's good. It's important that incites from one of his colleagues and peers. Yeah i mean there's actually a couple of people who are very like also timothy adams also has been always really nice chris big now like there's a couple i don't have much contact with like i would really say you know almost entirely there. Were nice at the table to other people to myself so also danielle reactive has been nice. I mean there's some footage is maybe not so nice but like to me. He's always been very nice table. So there's a couple of people actually the majority i would say we're just. I'm just nice mice people at the here. That's that's very. It's a nice thing to hear as fans of the game. It's a cool for shed light on that. You know someone who has that front row seat to them in that you'll have to apologize. I have to apologize. I hope i get the pronunciation right. You emerged as dust underpins. That i get that okay. It's pretty good okay. I drive thus vindicated very good though it coincided and it's something that you said. It was a lot of german guys you together with a lot of the german guys. Austrian guys you kind of emerged enforce on the poker scene. How about now. Is there like another sort of wave of up. Incoming german speaking players that we don't know about actually is i would have said like if you ask me a year one and a half years ago. I wouldn't have known but actually with coca cola. We kicked off that quite a bit. So we started Our grandparents series which is basically would put together Eight poker players in advance for two months and retrieve the content out of we help them. We taught them poker. We'd a played online poker. We helped them review. We have them study. it was basically just. How can we make them as good poker player possible time. It's pretty crazy to watch in these two months. I think they were basically break even so it won't they lost but since then which is now like seven months eight months a one over one avenue million dollars combined nice. That's pretty. it's really really awesome to see on them on german austrian and especially in our coca community like i fear will bring some people together who have a lot of potential to become i. Stakes is expressions better than me which is very exciting to see. Because i didn't think it's possible but apparently like in i'm just now you don't like one year to year really rising up so it's really awesome to see that's very cool so as funny so is there. Is there another wave. guess. And i'm partially responsible for that. That's very cool. The godfather very nice. So we will talk about polka cut momentarily. I did have one more question though before we get into that. There's a lot of these high stakes heads up matches that are taking place both online and live without the heads up duel on poker. Go and you've got gal femme versus vending beating you all this kind of stuff. What are your thoughts on that kind of stuff. And you thinking maybe throw your hat into the ring at some point. Or it's just you know entertaining. It is entertaining. That's for sure. It's great also rekindles competitive high stakes scene. Somehow and people fighter challenge left the raid. I mean i have my own challenge against victory. Limitless that was a lot of fun. I personally really like the type of format. Because it's i think i am really It's a new format for me. So i'm reading mentally challenged. It's also it's nicer schedule. But you know you can start earlier. You only played three four or five hours not this tedious nights schedule. Which is kind of nice. I mean against all day long eyler like it's just for the fun of it because i always loved playing against him and it's just a in terms of playing live four and some i would love to. I would fly biggest short subdue that nice lady. I hope you guys are paying attention to the studio poker. Go i mean i would really. This would really be properly the orange challenge. I would take up right now. I cited assigned behead besides that nothing. Okay i do remember in. We don't want to like you know. Poke poke the bear the white magic. But i do remember that moment. Where he overtook phil on the all-time money less than you kinda like. Put a little picture. I feel the live dynamic would be very all right. It's poker khotan. Mr retired businessman. It is a training site is a community that you started with austria's time tournament earnings leader. Matatus i've been How did i come to fruition yet. So the core idea was basically out of one question. I could ask a lot. Which is you teach me and you coach me. Can you stay me. What book did you read it. How can the. It was basically Messages round people asking how they can learn from over the last four or five years and was not coaching. I did a lot of coaching. I did last. i'm collaborations with people. I hop them in nyc bought action in their in their terminal. So i've done that and it never really felt super warning was always a bit like repetitive tedious Expensive saying its omen was a kind of. I felt like i say the same things nitrogen like show show be was the base always thought. Hey i could. I could create something that's That's shares my views on poker. How i think about my my ideas and put that out there and it took me. I had the dan two thousand sixteen. I talked to a couple. Bekker's i bended wants to record. Something just fell felt. I was just tired of the game. So i put that idea back on hold and then two years later. I met my. We started talking and he was the perfect since nine term content because he's much more Work much more solvers much. Theoretical reading the backup also amazing Polka player and you can explain things very well so that was just as immediate synergy between us two and so. Let's let's do that together in terms of the history. I think what's important to know about puck. Otas speed started as a course so we created this chorus. It was very extensive in different areas than we realize. That's not what we want to do. So we put out the course we sold it and we realize it's not really helping people waiting. Wanted to tour so it's not interactive math. It's not solving their problem enough. And that's the moment realize kay people by it. But i don't really know to start what you know. What depending on their Their individual situation how to like different levels of players and so on and so. I think that was the point. Where saying infamy where it needs to be more interactive with needs to be more personal needs to be exactly what helped me progressing grogan which was community. That's when we shifted our business model. 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"fedor" Discussed on Cards Chat
"The competition in sight yet although the difference is that michael jordan people said it back then to hide. And that's that's i think the difference in focus i. I think it's much harder to identify like. I don't wanna say i'm the michael jordan. Okay i don't want this to be mixed up right. Like i'm just saying i think went back then. Maybe i was thinking we. We did a lot of this. We tried to quantify how much to be winning. You know what you think by win rate is i think big fan when it was thinking i had you know six percent ally determined now i would say i think i have a much higher than that. I probably had fifteen twenty twenty-five so the only thing i'm saying is i think i underestimated because i wasn't like i could obviously didn't have the information now or around. What's what i learned. And i think it's just things i randomly out of just out of a feeling or intuition did Kind of well. I think what has been taught at most people believed at the time just is quite far away from what i think is optimal current and so that kind of i think led to me having a win rate. I saw that house. But nevertheless i was running very good so okay. Thank you for clarifying that. Important the competition in the high roller scene is very first the fierce site. We want you guys all play on. Tv there's not typically too much talking we rely on the nick showman's the jazz said to go ahead and fill in the void there away from the table though. That high rollers steam. There seems to be a lot of camaraderie. Could you point to sort of you know maybe a couple people who in your mind when you think about what's going on with the tables there are some real jokesters our party guys even though they're at the tables just like sit like mean when you said joel. Stern is the first person to think was sam graft but he's not sitting quite at the table. I i did a couple of people who are like. They have different on table than off table saying that. I would say that. The germans there quite a lot of them are quiet. Calm and not talkative at the table in Different personas off the table. Maybe resemblance of blank. You know maybe a bit more. Let's say reserved in some ways but still funny and outgoing. So i'm trying to think of someone.
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"Just kind of takes away seventy percent of the of the fun part of it where someone writes something. You engage a respond to that and so on. So right yeah. That's that's the reason why. I would probably not continue that doing too much awful. Maybe maybe more specific forced remain. When do like you know one day stream and have fun rather than streaming. My sunday plays interesting to blast off. Like you said in those five dollars tournaments. That's where you can not care. Maybe a bit higher. But it's almost like sometimes you know when when they're watching you play these high level stuff and you know latin just like you when you're watching high stakes poker hogue after dark and you know not just entertainment but also to learn a little bit. It's almost like you kind of have to have a disclaimer you know. Don't try this at home unless you're playing also at this fall in love again on your twenty two dollars sitting dough grinder. That sort of thing is not necessarily the same types of places should be making all right. Well we all know in poker. You've got to switch gears so we're gonna switch from online to live our talk about your incredible success in the live realm. You got a trophy case as car. Kind of hard for me to one is the. Is there like a favorite win that you have in your mind like okay. That was a special moment for me and my poker career. Wb bracelet back hundred k. That was crazy. Is that the one on one right. The high roller any reason why. Why do to that one. It was just absurd black every year in that way it went down the hitmen the thrill lost in all. Just it would probably have been one. That was your biggest cash though. It was my biggest cash. Difference between secondhand win was british free. Big emotional infamy. There was probably my most anticipated. Situational agreement was the highest in terms of emotions. But intel's of joy wins. Probably the brain stick win advocate winning. That's very cool very very nice. Well there everyone knows anyone hadn't heard of you up until two thousand sixteen seventeen. That was certainly the year that they did. Because it's almost like okay. Fayard hall twins poker tournament fate or holtzman pug gets it just one after the other. After the other it was it was surreal. You know millions and millions of dollars just like your vacuum just taking all. The money was absolutely unbelievable. It was incredible to witness. There was a debate at the time about the idea. Variants playing in smaller fields versus much of it was you know fade or purely just dominating so we're like four five years past that now right. Can you reflect a little bit. Which one did you play. More of a role. Yeah so i would say looking at it an insect now. I think i was much better than i thought. I was Because there's some things back then. I was debating. I was because as i see as of different players. I compare them seeing all of as a difference obeyed him something else and i. I know they're very good players. I'm so who. I was always debating k. Like is no way to prove it right. There's no way for me to find out on there. Went better on my way better. Like i couldn't so trying to understand how they think as much as i can and try to go about. What makes the most sense to me. And i believe that some of the things was debating the most I think that i was choosing who mostly better strategies than than the majority affairs athlete against Especially around icm or generally like final tapes with payouts but also post flop Open raising ranges defending ranges and so on so dancing locked into game theory aspect. Or obviously i did get a lot of things quite wrong to but it felt there were some very substantial things that i think i was just Had a better grasp of it than most players have played against gay just to tides and that level of aggression. I was probably one of the most aggressive players back. Then statistics wise. I couldn't think of someone who was more aggressive than And that that was one of the main reasons why crushing these fakes. Because i think oftentimes it's It's the one place also has it's not only let's both placed us our imperfect right so let's say more more tied approach or more project aggressive approach and there's some type of middle in middle ground and i believe that's where now is that the optimal on game play is much more on the Let's call aggressive side. I mean it's not aggressive. It's the baseline is moving more towards that cyber. And that's where. I think most people who have been playing aggressive sound type of games Have been probably more has been doing better in terms of win rates back then than Than the other way around So that's i would say was enhance. That i would say i back then i was like i don't know how high win rate is and so on. I think now. I'm pretty certain that if not hiring ribs also be superheroes. I'm because i think people have been doing some some brady on optimus things. And i think intuitively some of the things. I've been doing good expired against what everyone else was. And i mean the other thing. Obviously i was running good right now. The artist still a way of saying. I don't think i was a break even player in running extremely hot i or beyond a reasonable. I think it was very very good player. Who ran very hot. i think that's that's how i would look at it now. It's cool in the benefit of hindsight reviewing a hand in a way like you're not in the moment it's very cool that you can genuinely truly analyze it and it's a much more. Honest is not as nothing braggadocious about it. It's really just yeah. It made sense and again. Now reflecting almost like you have For lack of a better algae have like the michael jordan among all stars at the all star game. You were that far ahead in your in your thinking plus run good in you see what the results are.
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"Think i would. I i would suggest a detached from the epa the same time because why does it matter if he played at the same time or with an hour. Delay with three days. Delay because it's best It's two separate attorney after no connection if nothing to do with each other so if i play them simultaneously or a play them one today in one year the other one. It's still. I want to do my best. I wanna get the best irwin. So i will try to detach this. Am big these at the same time. The second thing is what i would add ons ed is. It's just about like. I tried to not think about the buying for me. It's not so much about winning money there. It's about what's the best choice. I'm always trying to ask okay. What i think is the best decision here and it doesn't matter like why would want to do a worse decision. The event in a five dollar tournament. Like i would you know doesn't doesn't make sense an incoming the decision. So let's say. I don't wanna go out with my friends. Then i wanna make the conscious decision of like. Hey i don't care about thirty five dollars. I sit out and i go with my friends how i think oftentimes these things are being mixed up with each other when you it when you lose that big tournament at doesn't make the other tournament less value. Who i i feel that too sometimes When i bust like three times the twenty five and i play a two hundred dollar tournament. That's it's difficult sometimes. I understand that. I'm just saying i tried to attach okay. I turn it all the time here now own playing that. If i'm like wanna continue playing that night. Okay and if i played i i will do my best. Because it doesn't make sense for me to to actively say up playing update like but it happened about Even hit that. I would say maybe the best view of just be like. I just sometimes did continue playing a tournament. Where i just did it because i consider myself a professional at like no. I'm just gonna play another eight hour. Because i'm just be like yeah shorter dogs equity. I don't feel like it. I don't feel like i'm not sleeping tonight. And i don't feel like so. It's it's difficult to make these choices and to set these prices. But i think if you if you set your mind to. I i would like to take it serious or not at all. I like that. That's like asked that question not just to hear how you do it. But i think there's a lot of folks who are listening were watching can gain some insight in there and the sort of like sort of follow up a little bit when you when you say you mentioned a. Why would i make any less of a good decision in a five dollar tournament versus a twenty five or something like that. The one i mitigating factor is people who are playing a five dollar tournament typically aren't as good. Let's just say a generalization there so is that something that you do factor in all in on and not the the extremes of the five versus the twenty five thousand but do you factor that ended alter your decision making or is purely more like numbers based in hud. Based i mean nowadays. I haven't been using ahead sore years now. button it obviously. How opponents plan with the plays a big role in my decision making. But i think it's a difference. Whether i take information into account or whether consciously played bad i think oftentimes stood by you. Want to feel a certain way or you want to try to force a certain outcome renewed like tried to force having lot of being of the tournaments. That's i do that sometimes but again like i wanted to be conscious and sometimes i say that I know i consciously it's a war strategy to play more aggressive now but it's my last tournament left and a much higher variants. Ub but either go deep or go Right exactly because it's it's like a more factors into it right. It's my my sleep edson. It's a big role. If i go to bed at two or four like as a big impact on my life as well some regarding the making decisions in game high i think it depends on what your auster so it should be. You should be very conscious about why you're registering for right like if you don't care about it why would you even start playing a five dollar terms. That's more investment into incompetent and blasting in also after four meets. That's that's okay too register and you realize you know that's not for me. I did want to raw or whatever. Also i think it's just about if you if you're perceived as repetitive patterns. You doing it all over again. And then being disappointed or lasting us did want to nothing. That's something to wear love that. That's good highlight clip guys go ahead and replay those last thirty forty seconds over against some knowledge bombs dropped over there. All right well you know. You're still obviously a killer. Online is still playing the high stakes tournaments where we'll get to the lives of soon big one though another big win was your second ever w s p bracelet which you on line on g g poker last year for a little over a million dollars Besides the money. So what does that mean to you to to get a bracelet specifically in online play. That roy is probably one of my most joyful moments poker definitely top five is also nice video clip but the click also again. I had quite some action sold in. That one may wasn't twenty five heads up so i had a lot of fun playing. I was super super in. Its playing and that's really I love this level of focus energy. And i had so much fun playing and it was so happy when the ends so that one definitely one of my favorite moments in waco very very good. It's cool to hear that That reflection as well besides just playing online you're showing everybody that you're playing online streaming on on your twitch channel again what do you enjoy most about streaming and you find that it know. That's it actually in impact at all the way you play when you're also focusing line engaging with your audience was watching this two sides. Iran loved engagement. I really do. It's that feeling of seeing names. Return some kind of relationship with the people in chad limits. It's fun it's actually really nice to feel while love five energy From from georgie of people nets grade to see the other parts of In that kind of mouth is the sad part is it's can. I don't really want to continue. Mostly because it's limiting by capability so much i really i would say about twenty to forty percent of my focus and i realized i'm dave much worse when i have the stream and i played fifty two hundred lines. I think it makes the difference especially in these high-rollers where everyone is sharp or like mostly good players. It makes a difference between being winning being winning or be music so that part just makes it difficult for me to continue in wear decided not to for some time and the other part is actually interactivities. So i am. Because i can't stream with hole cards and then read what be writing so basically always this four minute.
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"Itself you're sank after certain level. Yeah because before i was i was Gambling the twitter fifteen supersonic provides within hundred event will right. It wasn't really gambling anymore. It was like okay. It's fine anyway right. So that's okay censored interesting in the way you put in you know clearly when the weight is lifted. There's a lot of things you don't be worried about. You can be that much more focused. And then lo and behold. It's almost like well then. Obviously all of a sudden you start putting together a string of notable hide five figure. Low six figure wins caches. You know this is not variance. From what i'm getting is just to be expected you sort of broke through that particularly i think easily gets misunderstood that you know once had money than things were easier like. I started winning more. I would say the thing that is important to note here. I made significant progress. Scared wise too so win. Maybe in two thousand twelve five was. Let's say five thousand. Ten thousand and twenty thirteen probably was two hundred in twenty fourteen. That was probably need top. Twenty five shirt so so it's like at makes a huge difference because if you play in tournament with you know one thousand players two thousand players in terms of our and variants. It's very different. If you're the top five in the tournament with your top fifty five hundred like rights. And then so i would say that. This is the reason why was ovarian warr because by two thousand fourteen. I was probably one of the best online players and then the variance with like delimited by in bed. The structures feels like the way you could play. It just wasn't all took care by itself. Basically it was no very fascinating. And you say like the difference. Obviously you progress. You became a tremendously better player than you had been before. Was there's something about your the way you studied. That changed or the types of things that you studied. What is it that made that sort of mental leap from fater pre to fatal at that point one of the best game. I would say that beginning was i started just having a skype group that i put together of some very talented players. So seventy percent them today. You like stephens on time across ben. Cb there's a bunch of them. Germans we all basically started at the same and that was a big factor. Because we were. I would say on average. We were communicating to three hours a day so mostly a couple of hours a day. Some types of bet's off like it was really every time all the time so discussing hands posting off having calls and so on so that was a big star then the next thing i would say his statistics no working on my hides building adds a victim huts were allowed on all sides so i spend a lot of time on on building my hud's to identify leagues opponents. So that it's visually easily detectable review opponents like specifically looking at one player. Play against all the time. What is leaks. What what can. I do to explain a painting notes on all the different players so i put in a much much more time back than than i do i was i was prepping. Hundreds of hours before. being admit accumulates. Nobody else is doing anything like the ipad. Hours big difference but like you play against the same players against all the preparatory therein. It costs tens of thousands of fans that you're playing for sure and of those who don't know hot as a heads. Up display us statistical interface that you see in front of you. I helping you process the numbers and it's just so fascinating someone who's witnessed in. Watch your career you rise now like you said that that rocket ship to hear from you. The you know the work that you put in almost the same thing you see. These tennis players of the basketball players are gonna come into the gym at three or four o'clock in the morning in doing the sprints and taking the free throws you know it's hard work. It doesn't just happen that you wake up one morning in your in your beast everything but it was one very very special morning on september. Twenty eight two thousand fourteen. He won the w five k. Main event for one point eight million dollars so that's kind of what does that mean to you that i was big and sexually thick actually was mara defamed that the money famous arrived with more success itself because the it was the craziness of the story itself. Just the feeling the rash of winning this I mean it's the most prestigious on that terms of the year and it was just offensive. Rewarding i actually. I did that mistake in that tournament. the mistake Selling action and so at that time. I had I think over a million bank already. And i'm pretty sure i sold much more action determined that i wanted to so i sold like i wanted to sound like twenty five percent than end up settling. I think seventy. Wow that is a double salt so so yeah okay problem. Now i said the money. I see what you're saying. It was actually crazy because the year before. I had a big piece in my friend. David won the who won the w main the year before in two thousand thirteen so i made more money when added piece of what i was figuring. Just say okay. Okay so one of the things. That's very typical of professional online players. You do a lot of multi tabling right so someone who's true professional the highest levels. You're playing for some pretty big money at the same time. You can have some tournaments running where the prize money is far less. So i'm kinda wondering. Haven't you still focus. Play your best at the smaller money tables. When so much more is online is on the line at the big money. I.
"fedor" Discussed on Cards Chat
"Getting big. Yeah it was pretty difficult so it was. I would say my first three years like two or three years depending on where you congress started. I did not make any money i was. I was broke. Basically i had four ends and poker than a by a. I was really struggling with life situation. I i started studying debris like studying. It just found like nothing really like this plan that i had before studying that. Maybe a job like that. That's not going to be it and that was for me at the time. It was difficult because the thing that most people expected me to do which was finishing studies. I didn't like and the thing that i wanted to which was playing poker. Nobody really liked so. This was a hard spot in my life where i was nineteen united eighteen nineteen. I didn't read it on How to like how to do that is like hey i want to. But i don't make money with the jets. How how ever gonna make this happen. And i try to give it a shot. At playing roles playing like slav by goes like really for her couple goners. Grinding like doing industry reviews and posted lots of info rose and read a forms. And i could tell. More more veteran is like improved night. Low stakes started being mid staying. But i never really broke through so i didn't really win anything being attuned as you said in two thousand thirteen but at that time i think it was already a mediocre player so i was good that but i was. I was okay. I actually had little with before. Nats thousand dollars bankroll okay. Mostly from life as well. And that's what. I moved to vienna and when things for me so i really needed to get out of the environment. I was in night. I just felt like i said travel trip. I moved to just without anything. Basic just moved into apartment where two players the added free rooms. I'm working with them and from then on it was spaceship. Lift that's interesting. You say it's not like you were also i noticed. You're wording nate and say you were losing. You said you just weren't winning so you kinda like hovering around you know you barely breaking with I would say. The lowest point was maybe minus three k. Were aboard money from my to poker friends. The highest point at that time may be twelve. Thirteen k bankroll right lung. I went broke three or four times like up to five to five hundred right just playing terminal. There shouldn't be playing beating. So i always wanted to challenge also disciplined enough to just grinded up so i was i. I think it was immediately thing where i was still playing stakes. I wasn't beating. Until i beat them and Everything once could larry thing thinks turned out or once. I was beating everything. I was playing turned out to be working pretty well. Okay interesting yes. I'm wondering kind of a bad like that. Turning point was it. Ben breakthrough get sixty five k. All of a sudden in your bankroll haven't you react. Does the money mean to you at that point. After all of the struggling you went through for a couple of years The wind was pretty massive. It wasn't so much the the money. Because i had some action solter. I think maybe four forty thirty forty fifty percent of my style which is great. But i at that time. Then i went to sixty k. Bankroll or something. That was really nice and it was. That part web broke through off that idea. I don't need to do anything anymore. i can like. I can say i can travel wherever i back and leg. Eight hundred euros expenses a month with food and by apartments on sign. It's like. I can live like this for years without. Yeah i can travel on so it was like a really big weight of my shoulders and that actually never really changed like that in the future so when i went that to three hundred k. To five hundred k. Two million like it never changed something but it never one-step moment of mine laying needs are taking care of after that. It never really shifted out like that anymore and as far as just people close to you relatives family looking in what it is that you're doing with your time for a couple years. They don't see any results all suddenly see this. We sort of like how gratifying cop. Okay like what was. What was that dynamic line. Could that change at all. It was still weird. I felt like even after made some money with aged stood. Didn't feel great through wasn't like oh now everything's great again. Because i feel like there was a certain dowd or not with the topic inside was black. He's playing poker. Whatever that means out on my side. I also i didn't get much gratitude out of saying. Oh like now here. Look at that so i think it was still stuck in a better spot. Because it wasn't about like they didn't have much concerned the sorrow something Not super smooth. Not all of the wait a good way off of your show. It's open relationship. I think at some point it took some time for it to become more normal again. Just because they've in the beginning it's like people are not playing poker not familiar with the environment. It's there even if someone's winning it's like you stood done really know what's going on shirt or did you have a like a big splurge or something like that or he just immediately. You know reinvest everything and just go up a level or two. I think i that time. I was basically playing the highest stuff so they might be like i. I think in barcelo. I've played everything unto up to ten k. Allowed to that was basically. I felt like a cam. Playing high stakes. The blame super high stakes Everything pretty online. Also the highest kurmanbek then was basically a one k. a. How at that was skill skill wise. You felt ready to jump in already to those highest stakes. I felt pretty felt pretty good and it was kind of an accelerating thing because the losses kind of limited so even a session the max could lose whereas maybe five k or four k s something so it was like nowadays when you can buy or fifty k on a sunday or whenever. I'm in the fumes much. Softer americans was much lower so interested in. I was slightly losing one tournament. It's do was such a big deal so some bankroll management's to degree kind.
"fedor" Discussed on Cards Chat
"That you've faced online Very different type of personas or there are some who i admire or that are inspirations. For different reasons. I had some when their creative thinking are like european examples. Definitely one of the people who so sam vows mrs name. I think he's finished one of the people who earned the wing. He thinks the way. You approach the game. How he naturally comes up with ideas. Like that's super fascinating. I plan with them as well. So you can see the guys just is just so smart you know you could tell the way. He comes up with these plans and ideas. It's just supercooled. See that as different levels of thinking is one crazy this two but fernie natural approach to the game and then for example a player. I learned a lot from stephens on time whereas a much more mathematical approach much more structured but also very conceptual very logical. It's for him. It always needs to make sense. That always needs to be some type of idea. Does need to be the the answer you yourself have some. Is that because of this idea because of this concept and that really helps And also very structured Random mathematically rather numerical so logical course of thinking that also have me a lot right because it brings it. Ask questions at the right time. It's like okay. I did something. Narrow wasn't Their foundation in san diego. I just it just pumped it away. So i learned a lot from him. and then there's competition where maybe didn't even have that much exchange with from the way they play like i. I really always admired address Mighty like also very young. Very smart guy like can also Has a really good understanding of of situations adapt to situations so you could name. I could name ten to fifty more players okay. Well you're working to name not that many of the name of him and you'll get the reason why the second so the online handles the spring games of poker players they kind of have like mystique to their names like johnny backs. That sutcliffe joseph e. oh my god play can fill outcome fill. Galvan is older one is victim blonder topped on. Just the name of you and of course yours is is crown guy right so there's a mystique to these names so i'm wondering. What are your thoughts now. Now that the online site some of them are requiring that you change your online handle for security reasons. Some of them have anonymous tables. Some of them require that you use real name. So what are your views on that. I mean there's different reason. Every situation is different. I think you know when in certain games that the different than others for example. I think it's good idea that for high stakes. It's real named. were at some cable. Animals like these ideas. Is you when it coming from an seo development that i personally really like our tires and that really like like that. Because i feel it's It's another facet to character to persona. So i i hope that it's not getting. I think it will always exist it somewhere. I think people like that. I think people like having our time. There's going to be something in the future. That's more individual in all bit more representative of someone's personality. I think that could be really cool. Sure well the game is constantly evolving. So i guess time we'll tell so in that vein then. Can you explain to us. How did you choose the screen name crown up guy and you also had another one from the full tilt days Break and cry and those at those screams about at noon so chronic guy. It's i mean. I was eighteen at the time so it was basically in my mind but It was basically this idea of a kind of a translation from german. That's say my samy failed and the idea was Putting a crown on my head basically song like winning a turn. That's the idea about the only thing that makes sense knowledge the crown so okay men and the brecon cry from full tilt he had. That was that was actually. I mean obviously the way it's it's you can hear this like when there's a break at you cry doesn't break breakdown like when you have been open in his straight slash crowded breaks Affects pixel river. Exactly the new and then it's written cr a which means check raise all in okay the also that When as a brake check raise all rivers saw a hassle to get the double meaning. They're very nice very cool. Well you said you started playing when you were eighteen in two thousand eleven. You had no major scores at least according to our research until june two thousand thirteen. And that's when it gets this breakthrough second place in one case super tuesday for sixty five k. You're also playing live poker. That and you had about one hundred k. In live earnings already. So what was that time like for you during those those first couple of years.
"fedor" Discussed on Cards Chat
"Made his name as an online tournament crusher and he now has almost eleven million dollars in career online earnings then he moved more and more into the live realm in the high rollers scene and has since destroyed us to the tune of almost thirty three million dollars in live poker earnings currently good for seventh place on the all time money list then he entered another area of the boca world dominated that to the tournament playing retired businessman and together with colleagues. You created the poker poker code training community all of that. And he's still only twenty seven years old fatal roles. Welcome to the cards. Jack podcasts nice introduction bank well earned ceremony young but my god. You have accomplished a lot in your twenty seven years. It's incredibly inspiring and we're going to learn all about that how you got to be fatal that everyone knows not whose fate or else we're going to learn that over the next hour anyone who follows poker these days they know who you are they know what accomplish but we kinda like hearing like origin stories of players who have made it all the way to the top haida. I got introduced to the game so before it was crown guy where you like a home game hero. Had his starting poker. I would say a home game. Wizar- playing since two cents at switching locations. I was sixteen probably and We actually took a very serious so we have actually. A friend of mine coated little website where he was being trial. Each session had a graph after a couple of months. Showing everyone's doing by graph was going going down to guys in the group who or were studying a bit of poker and they were playing atlanta so they took our lunch money. That's kind of spikes or started laying started my journey. Oh my goodness so when you say one cent two cent. That's obviously online. Did you ever play with your buddies housing place. I've set live. Yeah never heard of that before. Two two dollars to euro buying and man you bought in moberly for five euros and then in the evening you may be one. M fifty bucks was related. Students without lobbying heart going still going to school and just paying for that's unbelievable. You still have a friends for back in those days. Who started out with you in the games and no i moved moved countries so after that we didn't really have much contact anymore and they stop playing poker. Saw both of that but to be a fly on the wall net early home game. Fate or halted sixteen seventeen. that'd be amazing then westbound then you play like sort of all of the games like you know like a deuces wild that that kind of stuff was really pure holdem pure them and i was a dunk for. I was definitely one of the one of the fishes of medicare so interesting. Well you know you did make it from fish level to let's say those eat the fish Who who were your early influences. What players did he kinda like. Oh my god. If i could be as good as they are someday i mean in terms of rian influence of my game. It was my friends around me. Oh always the people around new played a bit higher than where it mark instant beside learn from them. My earliest poker friends basically and then it was. I think it was poker after dark. There was probably the clumps that night watch the most victims trump landfill issue. Like i i. i don't remember exactly. But i think that was the content. I watch the most was also really cool. Tournaments always had a different type of draw. Attention are drew. My attention wind song. That's yeah i think that's at was these heroes right and you're not. You're not watching entertainment. You're watching to try and learn from them and pick up a few things as well. It was both. I think epic and it wasn't so structured about it. Watching this to learn was more like on the cool to watch. And i didn't really know what was going on. It was just fun when someone put in a lot of money into the middle. Basically shirt i remember the brad booth takes high stakes back. That's a lot of money. Three hundred it good stuff. So was it wasn't that was the possibility of just winning. Lots of money. That attracted you to poker was something else. No actually. it was definitely played a role. I don i. It's hard to call. How much of rule. But i i remember not much was lost. The i always left strategy games. We also played a ton of other games where there was no money. Playing the settlers of catiline a law to our we play like lots of strategy games age of empires like playing video games and played point gift card games so it was always about just competing and thinking and developing strategies so no money was interesting part. That made it a bit more competitive with as it could see. We played for a couple of euro cycle. Isn't the driving tractor. Nevertheless we love we love share even so you never became a professional settlers of catan player. He became a professional poker player. So i guess that's where the money started like. Hey i could make a living doing this. I think the bigger part was the community. So i was actually interesting. I think that was the reason why other people pursuing more and that made it more interesting for me because there were more people were more into the game so because they went in so many people who do it fulltime really putting a lot of time into poke. It was much easier to also be like. Oh i can. I want to do that fulltime time to. I also think games. I really liked to play very intensity so i think that was actually more driven by it just being a better environment to play with others with others and to exchange adaptable me. At the the other part of it came in later it actually was more. Maybe two years after stein wealth. Wear that hey can make a living with this. Came and that. Ben obviously also was a factor in my decision making. That's really cool. 'cause we talk about decision making as a professional. You're never supposed to focus on the money unless it's like a massive pay job in a tournament or something but you're a decision they can supposed to be pure so you had that early on already with the but looks pretty cool. Yeah not so not so active. Because i think it was just hey i like playing this game. And that was the that was the only essence. There is a kind of his s. Something i think. I think that china's energy is actually oftentimes really created era. Just purely excited by something. And that's the reason your appearance and you wanna do something. That's why you do it. And i think these factors come in when you get alerted when you think about money and success in that actually condoms. Damn that excitement. Some excellent very cool you know. We said you're one of the greatest online players of all time. Of course who. Who would you say are some of your toughest competitors.
"fedor" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Yeah i mean. I went through the typical suburban white kid listening. Listen i had my beatles phase. I had my you know Grunge phase briefly. Because i can remember dancing in my bedroom to runaway train by Whoever that was. I forget at the moment so But none of that ever spoke to me okay None of that like the beatles was probably the closest that i had like out this. Is you know this. And you know. And that's more because probably marketing more than anything chun. You're supposed to fall in love with the beatles when you're a teenager. Yeah so did you look it up. Who's runaway train. No i did not look. It should have so. I asked this when. I have bruce fans on. So tell me how you discovered the bg's and if you can articulate what about them spoke to you so this is one of the stories. I tell a lot. This is one of those isla. This is like not a lot of people could him point point in their life the changes the course of their life like hearing the bg's for the first time did to me now. Of course. I knew who the beatles were heard the bg's. I don't know a remember. The first time i heard a bg song. But i can tell you the first time that i heard the. Bg's capital h. The you know of course. Staying alive jive talkin. You should be dancing. All their disco hits are so ingrained in pop culture. That i heard those. You know. probably watching airplane Are as you know before. Of course that night fever and stuff like that. So that's auto talk. I'm talking about the wednesday afternoon in october of nineteen ninety-three when i was in my mother's nineteen ninety-one oldsmobile cutlass. Sierra in picked up from high school and the song came on the radio that just instantly grabbed. My ear demanded attention that moment. I specifically remember not supposed to be in the car. My mom didn't pick us up from school. But i had a football game. That night was a special under the lights. Football game that I had to travel away to so my mom had a pick me up. Because i didn't have time to come home on the school bus in a dinner and get my football stuff and go back to school so i shouldn't have been in this car. It was one of those karmic era. Cosmic coincidences. I should not have been listening to be ninety. Four the radio station the top forty radio station at the time. But i heard this music and this voice these vocals that were crazy. And i lean up and i'm talking to my mom and my mom my sister out there talking to each other and i was like hey can you guys keep it down a little bit. I want to hear this song. And sorta baba. They weren't really like that. But i tell i tell it like that because in your mind they were in mind that they asked you know so. I did the only thing that i could think of. Which was getting up on the seat crawling and putting my ear onto the back of the speaker as the car is driving down route thirty to forty miles an hour..
The 'Brilliant Asshole' Who Almost Blew Up Coinbase
"I wanted to tell the story of Crypto. There's other bitcoin books out there. Of course but I wanted to make a successful to a broader audience people in finance academia so it is sort of plain English narrative of the story of Coin Base to tell the larger story of CRYPTO and how Wall Street Silicon Valley are coming closer together and it also includes a lot of gossip about the early days of Crypto the infighting in the world of Crypto and also just how they pulled it off to my my thesis Queen Basis basically becoming the crypto version of J. P. Morgan. They're going to be a bank one day and I wanted to tell the evolution of how that came to be and in the course of the evolution. What would you say were the biggest turning points I think the story of Crypto. Forgive me I'm GonNa ask the question. Broadly at first the larger story of CRYPTO. I think our biggest challenge is to go from being sort of a subculture of tech people who are passionate about it to something that can be embraced by everyone and I think they're getting there slowly and I think coin base has played a big role in that. I think by trying to walk the legal line if help to mainstream at so. That's I think but in terms of specific turning points I think the funding rounds obviously and I think just their success building highly usable APP and and also I think just sort of winning over enough mainstream people is what was one of the tipping points because the other thing I discovered in reporting the book allot people don't like is very much in terms of the old school. Crypto people. Because they're like you know not your coins not your keys and I understand that position but the thesis. I think I try to make is that. There's room enough for both camps. You're a hard core stored only on your wallet. That's fine nothing stopping you and I think coin base has bringing in millions more. Bitcoin buyers has helped build. Ecosystems that crypto general concerns and part of the reason people object to coin as holding people's keys and the fact that it goes against that. Not Your keys not your coins. Ethos is that it really puts the onus of security on a centralized place which makes that also an attractive honeypot for attackers so in terms of security which basically was pretty much of the utmost priority for coin base. How did that go for them? I think a tidbit. I revealed my book. You know. 'cause coins likes to boast. They've never been hacked. That's not actually true in the early days when there was five them because Charlie and Brian Federalism in a couple of other folks People one of their outside vendors dead did get in and robbed their hot wallets. The of tune of two hundred fifty thousand dollars can't remember how many bitcoin to was the time it was a lot. This was long time ago. Of course this was like twenty thirteen or twenty fourteen. But you know that's something I uncovered in the reporting so that coin base is very secured has a good reputation but they haven't been infallible. That's for sure and another time when it seemed that coin base was at odds with the broader crypto community was during the bitcoin block size debate. What is your take on? How coin be handled? That said at your excellent article on the big blockers versus small blockers of Twenty fifteen in two thousand sixteen. And you know I mean I confess. I had some sympathy for coin based in that because this will probably not make me very popular but I find a lot of the more ideological people in crypto sort of tribal and I don't think Brian helped himself. Because I think he wrote a blog posts saying you're mature and stuff you know win over people that way So I think there's fault on both sides but at the same time I think. A lot of the crypto believers beloved crypto. They love Bitcoin but can also shoot themselves to foot foot a little bit by making it. Such a sort of subculture insiders group that if they keep up. That attitude crypto cannot go mainstream. Because it's just you unapproachable from a social technological point of view so I do have some sympathy for For Brian in the coins crew in that way and as you kind of alluded to earlier coin base has had a tricky line to walk. Which is that. They've been trying to comply with regulation while also serving. This broader Crypto community which does contain more libertarian elements also has its origins safer punk movement. How would you say coin? Base has Navigate those waters. Well I mean you know Crypto has also you know skirted regulatory lines a few times. No thing I bring up to the book to is the early days with when they thought this is sort of funny. Actually because apple didn't allow crypto trading on their apps once upon a time so Brian FEDOR SIM decided to gio fence. Cupertino which is sort of funny so that meant that anyone in Cupertino would not be able to trade or by sell on the APP and of course. Cupertino were apple's quality check. Engineers are so that was a clever half. The meanwhile everyone else was trading as far as apple could tell people couldn't trade and of course they got caught named kicked out of the apple store for the year so that was sort of funny and then more seriously. I think Silicon Valley Bank which is one of the few entities that will bank tech crypto companies. They got cold feet after think. Frederickson did a presentation explaining how. Bitcoin could be used to skirt sanctions. He wasn't suggesting it he was just describing it because you know bitcoin of courses decentralized but at that point Silicon Valley Bank. Toss Them House coin. Basis a customer which is is very serious antioch because we don't have a bank. It's hard to carry on so a Quin base. Certainly made his missteps then but since I think they've done a better job of through walking the line and that raises another interesting point though by complying with US regulations which I think many crypto correctly say or too onerous that opened the door for finance to start running circles around them. And I think that's was. An is a very interesting story. The Nimble ability of finance to build what they want and operate the way they want to and coin based became bureaucratic as a result of having to comply with regulations and culturally to I think they busted out of that bed when it brought Balaj shrimp in on but I think you know the the thing is a mixed blessing for them. It's helped them become mainstream but it's also impeded their ability to
They Didn't Charge Me a Dime
"I just had a great day skiing and I wanted to talk about my ski boot for a minute here because every excuse knows at your boots are way the most important piece of gear. You've got way more important your skis and I've recently looked at my boots. And this pivot here with serta holds the entire tire boot together. I mean you've got these two main pieces and this pivot and Miss Pivot hold the boot together and I looked down in. This pivot wasn't there it was gone. It was missing in one hand. I'm like Jeff your skin hard enough. You're getting after your blew up your boot. That's really cool. The negative is boots are very expensive. Like eight eight or nine hundred dollars expensive. Plus it's an investment of time. I mean to go get a decent boot fitting is like ninety minutes or two hours and we have a good feeling is is amazing and to have to go replace boots commissioner. It's a pain so in any case I walked into a shop here in Durango and I said is this fixable can you. Can you fix this thing. They're like I'm sorry. Once you blow this up you gotta get some new boots total bummer. But I wasn't so sure about that answer so then. I walked into Ski Barn and Ski. Barnes read a main avenue here in Durango and I thought I was going to go in having to buy some new boots and they are known as great boot fitters so I walked in but I brought this boot in short him in there like Oh. That's a bummer. So they brought me down to the boot FEDOR and he's like well you know that part is a special order order part and there's some old those are older boots so I have to order. 'em might take a week and I know you don't want to be off the mountain for a week but let me see what I can do. So then he went and dug doug into his drawers of parts of spare parts and he was able to figure out how to fix the thing he's able to put together a bunch of different pieces and get it bolted back together and I said wow thank you so much I thought it was gonNA have to spend eight or nine hundred bucks a couple hours. Get some new boots and here. I am walking out five. Maybe ten minutes later completely fix oh by the way he said. I'll order you the right part. So we won't have to Frankenstein. Your boot together and we'll get that new part in a week and we'll get you all all fixed up and it was just amazing. Amazing so why. Am I telling you this because look what I'm doing I am telling you about this. I'm telling you to go to Ski Barn into Rango to get all your ski here. I'm going to be buying skis. This year new skis. I need some new all mountain skis. I've brought my skis and I'm GONNA Goski Bar. They're gonNA get thousands of dollars of business from me in the coming months and years because he took five or ten minutes. Look through spare parts and used to skill and fixed my boot instead of trying to sell me another set of boots. So the reason I'm telling you all this is we all have places in our business where we can take care of people and we can get people saying amazing things about our businesses. Yes in my business claimed. We're perfect but I think we do a really good job of taking care of our clients and that's like one of the rules. I don't have that many rules in my business. One of the rules is we always take care. Appeal owners and so I am power my team especially my customer service. Everyone on my team that is is in contact with our clients with our Pilaf owners. They're empowered to take care of our people. They're empowered to make decisions to take care of our people people and I think that's one of the reasons that I've had so much success over such a long time product launch formula been in the market since two thousand and five. There are no other products that are still on the market. Now yes I put a lot of effort into continue updating it. It's a world-class strategy. It gets people's results. All our success is based some people getting great results but in addition to all that we take care of our people we see our owners as an extended family so the question. Russian is where Your Business. Can you take care of your people where those places where for for the for the cost of five or ten minutes and and some spare parts you can over and beyond and surprise and delight your people because it makes a difference. I was riding the lift today with you know. Sometimes you're left with strangers. Here's lit up at a ski area and two different times just today alone. I told people story of this boot. I told Them Ski Barn. They took care of me. They're amazing senior awesome. Go check him out here. I am telling thousands of people for the cost of a few spare parts and five or ten minutes of effort. How can you you do this in Your
Trump Provides Vivid Details Of Raid That Killed ISIS Leader
"A dog he died like a coward he was whimpering screaming and crying and frankly I think it's something that should be brought out so that his followers and all of these young kids that want to leave various countries including the United States they should see how he died he didn't die here he died a coward crying whimpering screaming and bringing three kids with him to die certain death and he knew the tunnel had no end of it it was a it was a closed closed ended a colder closed and tunnel not a good place to be not a good place to be the president of the United States describing the death of Abu Bakar al but got a the about dot a the head of ISIS this weekend who was cornered by our men and dogs and ended up detonating himself with his suicide vest killing not only himself but three children he dragged along with him the president describing is whimpering crying screaming and for some reason now we're getting all this press reporting that doubts that that detail actually happened that a range of Alice the near Times among them Pentagon can't confirm al Baghdadi whimpering the the New York times very is actually skeptical that Baghdatis wise screaming crying a whimpering in his final moments and doesn't know how the president could even know that who cares that's a good question there's there's clearly running from our guys right and even in the times covers it if they do acknowledge that that trump may have heard from the delta guys who did this or their commanders but we're not sure so like okay well once your firm it up then and there was also this beef about like well he wasn't looking at actual live camera footage inside the building he only got overhead camera shots which some pretty amazing I think the times reporting on this suggests that they have you know they have flights overhead drones they've surveillance of the building they have heat signatures on the people who are actually in the building they can track friend ways they can track other people in the building and the set he is so when he's run the presence as described at what he saw was like a movie that sure sounds like it it sure sounds like incredible foot is that he can see if if that's all true and also apparently the guys were in the raid were wearing body cameras showed footage does exist of all one but anyway everyone's been very skeptical that the president had access to anything meaningful which is just so ridiculous like what what do we have to go to these motions we even have a a conspiracy theory being advance this morning by The New York Times that the photograph of president trump in the situation room was not taken during the raid yeah there's a staged electric like a school photo they'll defend sat they got their chairs and they they pose for the camera this all started from pizza house I think his name is pronounced he was the official White House photographer during Barack Obama's administration he claimed without any evidence or reporting to back it up that the raid started at three thirty PM he noted that the photo was taken shortly after five PM trump was golfing at three thirty PM he claims that this photo was stage after the rate actually occurred every piece of reporting since that indicates that the raid started or at least the helicopter left shortly after five the actual raid occurred around seven this is a conspiracy theory correct you don't have any details to support this other than your own insane minds who want to build these types of stories around trump no matter what he does politicized even fact check this and said that there's no evidence to suggest the photo it states not but you know when you got politicized involved in that one there on the president's side but just serious people or verified on Twitter are running around saying well there could be something there shot up uses the same group of people who constantly accuse the president conspiracy theorizing for daring to say that the investigation into him colluding with Russia one is totally unfounded and a total jeopardize ation of our justice system meanwhile speaking of whimpering and crying being doubted Max boot is a columnist who hates trump hates hates hates trump I guess isn't it a few days the Republican anymore RD swear off the Republican Party that's a good question I think he even probably one of those is that I'm no longer a public I hate in any case he's never Trumper yes Sir he tweeted this yesterday your column to go with his tweet not be here really quick trump could not have heard whimpering and crying because there was no audio and asper and lily refused to confirm those details the assertion about Daddy died as a coward was contradicted by the fact that rather than be captured he blew himself up wait wait a second Max boot is your contention really that isis is way braver than we realized it's like is it is your loading for trump show strong that you have to defend the leader of ISIS in his final moments is that really what animates you clearly the Fedor as cutting off blood flow to his brain does were fedora I did that I thought was important to mention what a name Max boot an early in any and then he tweeted he deleted that tweet after he came in for a round of condemnation of course and he said an earlier version included a sentence questioning whether trump was right to call Baghdadi account work that was removed because wrongly convey the impression that I consider Bob dotty courageous as I read Sunday by Daddy was a second a brave man I don't know kinda seem like you said he was being courageous in that moment
US, Iran conflict hardening over attacks on 2 tanker ships
"Tensions between the US and Iran are again, ratcheting up as the US accused Iran of orchestrating an attack Thursday on Japanese and Norwegian oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, Iran, denied any involvement, and accused the Trump administration of trying to sabotage diplomacy secretary of state. Mike Pompeo directly accused Iran attacking the oil, tankers just hours after the incident. It is the assessment of the United States government that the Islamic Republic of Iran, responsible for the attacks that occurred in the Gulf of Amman today, this assessment is based on intelligence. The weapons used the level of expertise needed to execute the operation recent similar rating attacks on shipping and the fact that no proxy group operating in the area has the resources and proficiency jacked with a high degree of sophistication. On Thursday night. The United States also released video of which acclaimed was runs revolutionary guard removing an unexploded mind from the side of the Japanese oil, tanker attacked, however, the president of the Japanese company that owns the ships that it was not attacked by mines, but to flying objects, he also said he does not believe any objects where tach to the side of the ship Iranian ships did approach the oil tankers after the attack. But according to multiple news accounts. The Iranians helped rescue dozens of crew members from the tankers the timing of the incident, also raise many questions as it came as Japanese Prime minister was visiting Iran and an attempt to bring Ron in the United States. The negotiating table. Iranian-american treat a party said, quote sounds like some are afraid Japan may succeed in starting diplomacy. The message of peers to be, don't you dare stand in the way of my war plans? Treat a party said last month, the US blamed, Iran for attacking four other oil tankers in the Persian Gulf, but offered no evidence will. For more, we're joined now by VJ per Shah, director of tri-continental institute for social research, chief editor of leftward books. He's also the chief correspondent of globetrotter he's the author of several books, including the poorer nations possible. History of the global south. Welcome to mockery now VJ per shod respond to it's happening right now in the Gulf of phone line. Hello, amy. It's I think important to bench into the woods you just used. You said that only hours after the attack, or the bombings in the Norwegian and Japanese thank the US secretary of state went out there and blamed, Iran hours of to, you know, it's very interesting. There's a kind of rush to blame Iran for anything that's been happening around the go. Full moves people who look closely at the oil business understand that fifty percent of the world's oil goes through the Gulf of law, Moos, the understand that, you know, getting oil is a dangerous activity, all kinds of things happen are accidents this by the see there, a series of it'll quite a common risks faced by all tankers. Iran is not one of those high on the list of Sparta's risk assessors are concerned. And the of course, this is the first thing, the United States government has said, as you said, without the evidence. So within a few is and without any evidence, the United States government wants more provoking, some sort of response from Iran, perhaps, or at least to try to galvanize public opinion to believe that Iran is a threat to the would what's really important here is yes. The fact that Shinzo Ave, the first Japanese Prime minister to visit Iran in forty one years. He goes to Iran ah shortly after the Iranian Foreign Minister visited him in Japan. In fact, Mr. Zarif visited Shinzo abbey in his home. They had a very important conversation with Shinzo obvious said that the Iranian nuclear deal is a factor of stability for West Asia. This goes directly opposed to the Trump adminis-. Stations view and what's very important here is we're not talking about a country, that's far from American the American audit. This is Japan, a reliable ally of the United States, which is not only reliant upon Iranian oil, but understands that, the warmongering in West Asia is going to be very bad, not only for Eurasia, but for the would and I think we need to understand that as Shinzo Ave is in Japan, this attack this several Taj. Whatever it is, is an rallies on the Novi jn Japanese tankers. And again as Shinzo Ave is in Iran. That's right. He wasn't there on the first time in forty one years, and he has been saying, actually interesting. This is a right-wing prime minister. This is not a person of the left he's been saying that there needs to be a return to the table. It's not only Japan saying this Amy. It's also the Europeans, the Europeans of very keen that the US not break fully from this Iran deal. The Germans in fact have been looking for noted mechanism for payments India, which is one of the largest budgets, Iranian oil had to back off because of these new very tight sanctions put in place by the US government. But the Indians are also not that interested in this new approach by the Trump administration. They would like to continue to buy oil. In fact, it's kind of 'isolation that the United States is facing its is related alongside the Israelis the Saudis and the United Arab. Emirates nobody else wants war. Nobody else wants this deal to end. And so I think it's really out of frustration that you see the United States jumped the gun come in very quickly and say that Iran is, is doing this, Ronn is doing that. And therefore, we have to retaliate. It's important to remember that in two thousand seventeen the CIA created a special unit. Call the Iran mission center run by Michael d Andry, and this is an important outfit because its entire mandate has been to ratchet up pressure on Iran. I don't know what happened to the Norwegian or thank. Oh, the Japanese thank good. But I'd be very interested to hear what the Iran mission center at the has been up to since twenty seventeen and runs. Foreign minister mohammad-javad reef tweeted Thursday, reported attacks on Japan related tankers occurred while PM obey Shinzo. Was meeting with our toll hominy for extensive and friendly. Talks suspicious doesn't begin to describe what likely transpired this morning, Iran's proposed regional dialogue forum is imperative. He said, VJ per shot. Mr. Zarif is a very capable diplomatic very reasonable person. He has been leading Iranian diplomacy, and has opened many doors to a diplomatic solution for the standoff around Iran. And I think we need to take seriously what Mr. the saying here when he uses the woods suspicious, I think we should underline that would again. I'm not saying what happened in, in the Gulf of our Moose's very clear that there are alternative explanations. We don't know what happened. We should be suspicious of the negative would forward by the US department, but we should also be suspicious about what happened, we need to ask questions, considered this form a regional standpoint, the United States, the Russians and others are in the middle of very serious diplomatic effort in Ghana stone. There are meetings of the US held in cutter, there are meetings that the. Russians of held in Moscow to dial down the almost nineteen year war that has been taking place in Afghanistan. Imagine if the United States strikes against Iran right now, it would bring catastrophe further to Ghana stone, it would open up the wounds in Iraq, and in Syria, Mr. Zuma's made it very clear that in a tack on Iran is not merely an attack on Iran. It's going to create even more catastrophe in that region. That's one of the main reasons why the Chinese are very interested in not allowing any kind of warn that region. They ever lauded stick, especially in terms of their belt and road initiative, which cuts right through this region goes three run. Nobody wants a war here. It's important for Americans to stand that the US government is deeply isolated on this issue of Iran. And on the way that the US government portrays, Iran in the rest of the would Iran is seen. As a stabilizing force in that region for some strange reason. The US government believes that Iran is an interloper. In other words, there almost eighty million Iranians who live in West Asia, and this seemed to be out of place, whereas the United States, which is, you know, thousands of miles away a portrays itself as a regional active. This is very bizarre for people around the world, and I think Americans need to understand it on Thursday, members of the House Armed Services committee from both parties said Pompeo told them in a classified briefing that the United States could use the two thousand one authorization for these military force or a you enough to attack Iran without congressional approval. This is Michigan democrat Elissa slot. Can we were absolutely presented with a full formal presentation on how the two thousand and one A M F might authorize war on Iran? Yes, I'm sir. I'm sorry, sir. Secretary Pompeo set it with his own words. The af was passed in the wake of the nine eleven attacks authorizes, the president take military action against those responsible along with any quote associated forces, your response to that VJ per shot. And what role do you think Saudi Arabia is playing in all of this? I mean look, this is very chilling. Very disturbing marching us into a war. In other words, they're marching the world into war. They're pushing Iran, the sanctions of attic, catastrophic impact on Iran's external revenues its ability to earn money. There is serious medical crisis inside the country, I think focus should be on that. We've already seen how sanctions destroyed countries how they put a lot of stress on the country, but that's not the focus of anybody's attention. In allowing people like Mr. Pompeo John Bolton. Another set the agenda here, you know, they're being allowed to say that Iran is the criminal country. Must be there for tact. I think this is very disturbing. Saudi Arabia of forces playing a lead role in this. I mentioned the Iran mission center, Mr Michael Andreas is very close to the Saudis. In fact, has. Played an important role in the drone program, and it's likely to have had some role in Saudi warned Yemen. So I mean, this is something people to consider this very quick, March to war must be stopped. The reason saying this is not just about Iran. It's about the region. It's about Eurasia and the Trump administration, I think is playing fast and loose with the facts and is being very reckless with world affairs on this in a we see the Trump administration behaving recklessly mercurially, perhaps in other parts of the world. That's true, but with Iran, I think the finger is right on the trigger and the very fact that bumpier gave this briefing should suggest to people that this is not the time to be cynical. Sick sit back and say, I don't think they're going to do it. It's very likely that the United States is going to make some strike on Iran, and that strike is going to open further the. The gates of hell for the region J for shod director of trion continental institute for social research, Fedor of
"fedor" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"One more you can be an engineer doctor lawyer engineer Fedor, so, and no, they might parents have come to the Opio precisely because there were not opportunities for them after all the harsher of pursuing an education. And, you know they made this ground voyage across to another continent. And so they were driven by the measure of success for reasons. I think, and I certainly took that to heart and became a physician in part because of that, and because I had no head for math. So engineering was out of the question. And also because I valued that sense of a calling profession. So, you know, I always worry about when any conversation kind of years into the kids, these days mode ends up. But that's not what we're doing here. We are talking about how this matter of success in what it means has shifted in our lifetime. So those of us who've been around for a little while. Perceive that. And Denise you have actually studied that you have put research to that. You know, you started to see when you started to look at this, that there's a lot of hyperactive attention to success in terms of academic achievement. Study habits classroom discipline pure culture. Dropout rates would be the opposite. And as you said, just about no serious attention to classroom experiences. And the character of their intellectual engagement. Yeah. So I always start my talks out with, how do you define success? And if I say it to students in a student assembly without fail. Usually the top couple of answers are money, grades test scores, where you go to college something like that. And that's been consistent now for for fifteen years. And when I asked the same question to the parents and usually it is the parents of those kids who are coming at the same school that night. It's never that now they could be lying right? They don't want to say money, but, but usually warm, I had to make a lot of Right. I mean. I mean, no one's going to stand up and say that loud, but they say, happiness well being give back to society of love and be loved. I mean really different from what we're hearing from the kids. Yeah, that's interesting. Isn't it because why would presume and I think you would to that they mean that but it would it kind of points. It to me is that we know how to teach these other things, and we invest in them, right? It's kind of what I what I perceive that we have lost our sophistication about investing in those things, even if we believe them, and I think it's in the everyday little messages that school, send in that parents. And when you when you walk into schools UC award, one of the first things when you walk into a school is usually the trophy case..
"fedor" Discussed on Eat This, Not That!
"And go with one hand. It's just two hundred eighty calories. It's fourteen grams of. Protein for staying power, and it's a solid source of calcium iron vitamin A. And there you go. But just you know, if you're gonna go to Starbucks, and you want to help him breakfast, don't go order that eventually size flavored holiday lot. And then you're going to spoil everything I think this is where you know this. This is just great for breakfast in general, by the way, you know, you want a healthy dose of protein. Some Billy filling fiber and carbs like this is you want carbs, especially early in the day. Because that's what provides the energy. No matter what you have on tap for the day. If you're a day at the mall or running errands, or whatever it is the carbs in the morning going to fuel you all day long. So if you're worried about carbs or cutting back on carbs, this is not a time to do it. Do it later in the day can cut carbs at dinnertime but breakfast load up. That's why that's why I like oatmeal. Because I know that big bowl what meal in the morning is going to kinda like power me through with the energy, and the carbs that I need and same thing with with the sandwich. I like the spinach Fedor rap. They have white smooch. Holy crap. Because it's a whole grain rap again, like good, good, carbs, solid. Solid quality carbs, good proteins and healthy fats, the fed up, and that's a great start to the day. Now, let's say you're not starting the Dow now, it's it's lunchtime. Or later in the day, and you know, one of the places that I love to go and my boys love for me to take them to Panara. Right. It's it's the obsessed with the grilled cheese. They literally think it's like there. If you ask them what their favorite meal Panara grilled chief? Like, I mean, it's got your home cooking game. It's a good grilled cheese. But obviously the team at this not that are really big fans of mayor because they don't use any artificial ingredients and preserve as they were one of the first QSR's to really come out and promote this heavily. And so it's great look a lot of their salads are great. But one of the favorites eat this not that is the seasonal roasted beat keen watt and citrus Sal had that just love beets. Are another thing. I could eat anytime. Beets are fantastic. And just I think people appreciate what? Nutritional powerhouse beats are. I mean, protein fiber really healthy nitrates that if you're into any kind of exercise, you really want scrape for your blood flow and circulation, but the salad in particular. In addition to the delicious roasted beets it delivers a great mix of whole grains, vegetarian proteins from the nuts, and the and cheese and a whole lot of five. Or from the kale, which is again, another one of those things that helps fill you up and keeps you see?.
"fedor" Discussed on Venture Stories
"Hard to get there. Not something people are expecting tomorrow. People talking about Turkey in. Venezuela enemy can never happen style US dollars currency. And yet, it'd, you know, do the is I get it in it is it is the tallest midget. But you know, in that instance, where you people whose faith in the US dollar who man that's like the the sovereign individual Neo feudalism potential situations Ayler, and I don't know. I, you know, that's not that exciting to think about quite frankly that that's not hopeful in my mind. So it almost feels like is this a fair accusation off Austrian economists are like, hey, you know, Keynesians trying to over engineer everything and just let sick to fundamentals, you know, Tim Duncan San Antonio, Spurs style. The fed is like, you know, we're playing chess you're playing checkers like, you know, like is usually on a different you deserve to stand up like the level of of the game or playing. What is that a fair characterization to like, what would need to be true for the Fedor his morality to be like, actually, this is more complicated. We we don't even know what we're doing either. But just let us keep it simple. Or man. The first question. I mean, listen, they've got a very hard job fed. Right. I mean, it's it's not easy to do what they're doing. Or what they're attempting to do. You know, it's at the analogy steering a aircraft carrier in you gotta start turning like two hundred mile before you actually have to turn it, whatever. This thing is it's it's very hard at the same time. I I think that there is a book no control that the fed has. No, you know, and you can and as a result, you know, the market kind of believes that into becomes a reflexive pretend saved essence, you know, with carpet with with all this and look what happened in like, we're back. We're back to all time highs and things are great in the world's in the better place and look at assets and look at wealth. Oh, everything's great. You know, again, I could die. Check that. But, you know, arguably the feds not in control, we just haven't in the US at least see them lose control, you know. And so that's the tricky part is like, okay, if you go to Venezuela. I mean, the feds lost their fed, whatever you wanna call it. I don't even know what it is. They've lost control. Our his last controls Iran's Ross control turkeys, less control. And by the way. Most governments have lost control of their currencies over time. That's why the average Fiat currency has an age of twenty seven years in average currency fails. After twenty seven years, historically, we've got a little bit of a recency bias with with currencies today because the average in the top twenty or forgot the staff of the top twenty currencies. I think have been around on average thirty nine or forty years. So we think there's this recent vice around Fiat currencies especially in the US where that could never fail. You N B, you know, a route of it's based on the belief in the fed and the belief that the fed has control. And and my argument is that there are much bigger factors out there than the fed pension funds being being one of them. You know, you. You just added. No, it needs to be more nuance than so even my inflation tweet, which kinda got your attention here or Taylor's attention. You know that didn't even bring up the tension stuff. You probably wasn't nuance to because the fed is not the sole region refer asset inflation depart of it. But but there's because other well, I want them to hear to his triggering my stadium like your what would it take for ginge to be wrong? Like, there's sort of this alike. Macroeconomic I'm sort of because I figured I if if something went wrong, I think like the GRE like older, you sit didn't print enough money or they did manage it. Well enough. So to been sort of always dislike no matter what happens sort of any party can always say like, oh, why actually we were right by the other people let us put enough money or you're too much money or whatever it is. By like, your like aircraft carrier metaphor makes you think like ride the feds drunk driving, this aircraft carrier. But what seems to be diff? About today, maybe do their craft carriers driving at night and getting less powerful..
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Manafort asks to move venue of second trial
"Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort asking a federal judge to move, is upcoming trial NBC news legal, analyst, William says Manafort wants, the trial moved out of the nation's capital. In the end to Roanoke Virginia Due to what, they called, extensive publicity, surrounding the case, I'm quoting here from their, change of any emotion for many Americans Mr. Manafort legal, issues and, the attended daily media coverage have become theater in the continuing controversy surrounding President. Trump and his, election these motions for change. Of venue which used to be relatively easily obtained in the federal, courts in recent. Years have been strongly disapproved by the courts for example in the Enron. Case in Texas the court refused to move that trial and that's, become kind of the signal case that people refer to it is a request I think it was one that was largely expected but these things, are very difficult to, get it'll be up to the government now to
"fedor" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!
"Them a lot too but i don't think i'd be full from two of these so i mean maybe if you pair it with like an apple or something that's so cheesy very flavorful you really get a lot of the cheese and the red pepper it's fancy expect to get at starbucks wait jamie you trying the next thing it's the spinach and fedor egg white looks good i'll give it a nibble that looks so good we're gonna who wants the end don't want the way but i don't know if there's anything inside here hold on all right so this is the spinach fedor an egg white breakfast wrap my obsession because it has less than three hundred calories if we believe them i haven't we have to give them the benefit of the doubt love all that spinach or crime i'm going to tell you what makes us by the wim when this was off the menu on my god we came up with a recipe so i would make this at home all the time it's really the sun dried tomato yep oh my god the flavor you're having your use napkins eric's a real work this is like some kind of a whole brain egg white patty spinach and fed up and sundried tomatoes spinach is great show good that sun dried tomato mixture whatever mix with the fed up all right so the winter two hundred ninety calories ten grams of fat nineteen grams of protein but wait there's more i couldn't love that i'm going to predict that this one to me is going to be the winner because of the turkey bacon turkey bacon makes everything better so this is like an english muffin with turkey bacon egg white patty white cheddar reduced that white cheddar cheese on an organic coli english muffin two hundred.
Frank Mir sees clear path to tourney title if he gets past Fedor Emelianenko
"Hey i got i got to tell you this before i forget i'm gonna be on stage tomorrow night at the laugh factory in chicago richard and frank mir we're going to go over and do that the guys from phone booth fighting team up and so anybody that wants to come out come on out i got a poke you just a little bit right now because well something frank mir said this just reminded me he said if he wins against fate or he says he sees a clear path to victory what do you what do you think about that clear path to the champion the championship winning it all so so slide right past old jail peas slid past every frac mir slid me he did he did that's all i gotta tell you i'm not crazy about this i that's wanted to details huckle narrow one by one he just called it a clear path if they say clear the word was clear path as though or is the guy you gotta get through as yours truly isn't the bright shining light in this tournament is that how he implied it he just that's all he said locate the implications are in his tone a little bit of a high handed statement by old frank isn't it quite very much i gotta tell you i've been a lot of things in my career but overlooked is not one of them i don't know of anybody that made that mistake i will chalk it up to nothingness for now and i will tell you why because next week i'm going to have an opponent.
"fedor" Discussed on KQED Radio
"So i get him humvee and little girls in my dad's arm so we just fed her cookies biscuits cookies biscuits she didn't say a word but she kept drinking and drinking sahili fedor six bottles of water in the humvee was nice to know that i was able to do some big as it can be more water we gave more water and she i've never seen a little girl down water so fast in my life and so we take her we find where the houses have water we find her some clothes she still so dazed traumatize are called my wife and said honey been shop he's fine but this girl there was a phone call a phone call and i'm text that said please come to the ccp right away there's a little girl okay pack up everything everybody get in the car daddy wants us there right away and those little girl sitting there kind of very tired or i think dave had told me this girl just lost all her family so i never spoke to her i just picked you up and put her in my lap 'cause i'm not a medical person at all i don't know what to do in a situation like that but here was a little girl sitting there by herself i thought i know to do with this person i just picked her up and put her in my lap i held her and held her and she sat there and just looked big is just looked you know i held her pretty tight 'cause the kids need and we just later in mom's arms and she just like not not close with like just relaxed and just leaned her head against mom's chests and just went to sleep like that i'm sitting there in the emotion of everything is sort of is hitting me at this point and this little girl that we just saved this girl that every single one of us was ready to die for and she's covering blood she's in complete shock her hair's matted and i sat there and i put my hat over my face and i just started weeping the emotion of it all and i was so happy to see her alive ephraim was evacuated to a hospital for emergency surgery on his leg dave found the iraqi privates you here at the casualty collection point when i got back to a safe sites to hear was there.
"fedor" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Make a meal because it's just the two of us you make this fedor cheese marinated fateh and then you have well triscuit is always the goto you know when you when you lack any other kind of cracker and then you get some well it said norwegian pickled herring and you have all this other stuff and you're just kind of national net all night long along with maybe a favorite cocktail yeah and it's great and simple and it tastes either a lot of flavors when you put together a tray with the different meats cheeses and satisfying it's simple and satisfying you know what you reminded me of though when you bake the the lemon is i will never forget and now this is a cocktail is a lemon martini well little vodka vermouth shake it up and then you i saw fry saw them fry sliced lemons but it sounds to me like i've tried that didn't work quite well i think baking it the way you did it and then what you do is you run the glass with like course sugar and you drop that sliced lemon right on top of the martini oh you kinda drinking the martini through the sugar and over the lemon slice and you get that charred sour sweet kind of thing it's you know but it's it's a martini so one martini martini three martini floor you know what else i think it'd be great because i love off in one if you covered license of london that sugar before you ran glass you'll let it sit overnight you'll have the lemon flavored sugar wow salt either one would work would would little faster but they pick up the flavor very well yeah together whole meal with one recipe you know you and i i'm getting hungry again now every time you and i talk i sit there and i have to do this show and not have to love doing the show but i'm sitting here now the rest of this this hour i'll be you're going okay i got to figure out i gotta make something to eat when i'm done so it's so much fun let's talk about life in the wild what what do we find there what finally getting spring here and i've been kind of lazy about writing because not a lot going on but the.
Week in Review: Stocks Whipped as Trade War Threat Moves Closer to Reality
"Its customers made online purchases at sears and kmart stores the transactions occur between late september and october of last year sears said it was notified of the breach in mid march and immediately took steps to mitigate potential fraud in addition sears says it is working with law enforcement to investigate the breach that is correspondent linda kenyon reporting federal reserve chairman jerome powell is painting a mostly sunny view the us economy and saying the fed remains committed raising its key interest rates gradually held notes in his first speeches fedor that the central bank raised its key rate by a quarterpoint at its march meeting just the sixth increase since late two thousand fifteen he depicts that rate hike as another step and what he calls the ongoing process of gradually scaling back the ultra low rates more on these stories at townhall dot com mexico's president has criticized president trump's deployment of the national guard of the border and has renewed his threat of course to scrap nafta as part of that for the first time mexican president and riquet yet was publicly criticize president donald trump saying your recent declarations that youtube frustration over issues to do with internal policies yours or your congress direct yourself to them a not to mexico all three main presidential candidates for his job have condemned president trump's actions concurring with them president penny neto said has president i agree with their remarks that is james blair's reporting the trump administration has punishing seven russian oligarch san seventeen russian government officials were sanctions as for the us is calling russia's malign activity around the world the treasury department says twelve companies owned by the oligarchs are also being specifically targeted more on these stories can be found at townhall dot com but we decided san francisco ready for a new radio station there were a few things we knew we had to have so we found a bunch of hosts who focus on breaking news and what the up if something big happens we'll be talking about eight sixty am the answer at progressive we think your floral boutique is the.
Wash. officials launched probe into family before fatal crash
"Searchers are still looking for three children believed to have been inside an suv with five other immediate family members when it went over a cliff in california the free spirited family of eight from our state is presumed dead experts say investigators will look at road conditions along with possibilities like brake failure or a blown tired explain why suv plunged off a scenic coastal overlook five members of the hart family have been found dead conic brand name appears to have hit the end of the line komo's brian calvert and its last hope maybe a famous toymaker the world can be full of irony insert your own irony here but i'm talking specifically about a world where moms dads grandparents can't buy toys at toys r us because the company is going out of business youtube artist chase whole fedor mourns in choice there is a million toys a toy service liquidation sales already begun yet before the last great toy store chain rides off into the sunset a hero may be on the horizon investor isaac larry and is writing in on a white hobbyhorse with plans to save the day the great brand name he's an american icon and if there is no toys r us the whole toy i believe we suffered greatly and he would know he definitely has a horse in this race larry and runs m g a entertainment maker of the toy brand little tykes and responsible for those popular braxton make forty percent of the toys made in the usa to toys r us so how is this eccentric toymaker going to.