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"ryan circus" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions
"GROUP. Dot ISO and. You will not be disappointed. What's up everyone? Welcome back narrow. Saris off opinions on Ryan Circus at two-bit haven't caught up. My friend may support it in a while. He is the CO founder and CEO of Token Soft Fuse. Actually one of the original guinea-pigs for unqualified opinions. Back when we are doing it on this little spindly iphone stance that we were balancing up against a whiteboard in our work. It was literally just the most booby-traps turn varsity tests Ginsburg for gas in an being very very fun. Conversation and It was a good set of wearing.
"ryan circus" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions
"You will not be disappointed article on for today. We've got a special double feature where we're going to speak with to mid CAP CRYPTO PROJECTS Z. Coin and Silica talking to Ruben gap. Who's the CO FOUNDER OF PROJECT STORED AT Z? Coin a Privacy Protocol based on zero coin implementation. We're talking about zero knowledge proofs but more importantly how they think about their general ranking in the subsector of privacy coins how they continue to build at they think about security issues and ultimately how they can move up the ranks to increasing relevance not just for other investors but for broad-based adoption for more private cryptocurrencies column. Miles on the other hand is the head of marketing. Zilkha we're talk about Larry wants more contract platforms. They're shorted blockchain and similar challenges that they face making headway against in many cases. Much much better funded smart contract platforms and potential competitors. They both of these gentlemen have interesting things to say not just about how to garner mindshare but ultimately had a rally ecosystem supports integrate with other blockchain's and infrastructure companies and how to think about trade offs in their own networks security on thriller. They agreed to do this double feature. I think you're going to enjoy especially if you're in that five hundred thousand three hundred range in market cap and are continuing to build relentlessly but have yet to achieve breakout success or widespread attention to good one We'RE GONNA kick off with Rubin and in the back half. This conversation is going to be with Colin. So we got one hour two thirty minute episodes. It's an experiment. We hope you like it. Let us know what you think by sending us a message or reply in the notes. Let's get right into it. All right. Everyone welcome back to Masarrese unqualified opinions on Ryan Circus at two bit idiots. Another terrific guests tonight life from the citadel as you can tell he's got a much fancier background than I do. I got background game talking about Ruben. Yep who's the project steward as equal to talk out with a project. Stuart is we're going to talk about Z. Coin one of the top. Privacy Coin implementations that's currently on the market's history of the project a little bit more about Zeke as snark some of the upcoming developments that is he quaint has on roadmap and I'm sure a whole host of Fund compliance in other technical. Nitty-gritty Ruben do I like to start just by Giving people the opportunity to introduce themselves in and religious teller personal origin story and then you know in particular how you came to be involved with the project involved with which is which Z. Coin so what are we kind of take it from the top What got you into Crypto and and ultimately I got to the point where you are now the steward of Z coin project and the international community. Show So first of all I. I was a lawyer about ten years It's thought navy like two thousand six. Oh and What actually happened was Mike. Government's thought that censoring the Internet. You know I kind of thought that we like explicit companion and any move to. Pdp an off the went to even things like political speech so he was like the slow creep Alpha censorship. And what actually happened was kind of Circumvent this I started the VPN company about two thousand seven o'clock Bali vpn. And what happened? Dan was VPN's. Were actually considered risky business of the kind of put it in the same categories about entertainment and as a result a lot of credit cards. I couldn't accept credit cards that could allow payment methods An pop that as privacy Enough Focus Services. A lot of people were then asking me. Why didn't you set bitcoin? And this was kind of in two thousand twelve or so. I didn't really know much about it. The first thing I found was like. How did I come this cash and I should have a lot more but benefit of hindsight and that's kind of my first Fori. I thought this accepting Bitcoin to end of two thousand twelve so that was my first foray into cryptocurrency. The not the dad just caught the bar. I win the mining in a loss of bunch of money on exchange hacks and yeah winter the whole Shebang and I actually got really interested in early cryptocurrencies Such ness what was then dot coin Mel Dash and then Minero as well and kind of be like in two thousand sixteen I kind of like done most of the stuff the what you could do with cryptocurrency and I was really interested to see okay. I really wanted to see how project works from the inside. And then how things are being run than what it takes and Zico was just just launched in September two thousand sixteen. They had a really innovative way of approaching privacy. And I offered my services And I didn't know how became from like community managed to basically a kind of like looking for the right now so I'm not show one thing that I always fascinated talk about for projects that are in your size range You have some advantages. The advantages are. You can move a little bit or quickly. You can experiment with some of the newer technologies and move fast and break. Things seems incongruent with privacy. Coin where you're trying to ensure that people's funds are being Historic Securely and totally off the grid but at the same time that has to be an important element of of the strategy. Because you're around the top one hundred I think. In in terms of market caps are not nearly as liquid orders of magnitude smaller than and some of the more well known Privacy Quincy cash narrow In particular and then of course bitcoin some of its privacy features. I think about positioning In general but especially in a market like this where it seems like we're a couple years off the highs. It seems that there's more interest and enthusiasm that starts to migrate towards those assets have more liquidity that have greater levels of kind of ecosystem developments. And I don't know what the threshold is but there is a threshold where it's tough to remain. You know kind of going concern from community standpoint and yet it seems like you guys have have been able to find this balance And maybe stay above the critical line threshold that you need to you. Don't lose community. It doesn't become you know a Khuzami project. Not that you're close to but I think I think you you you get what I'm saying. I don't know if you're on the outside of the top three hundred or Jackpot Atlanta's What what what is the strategy? And how do you think about success going forward? Is this a zero something? Where you're you're competing directly and trying to absorb more market share Were there specific? Use cases that you think is acquaintances particularly well catered to solve for this type of of end user. I think that's a great question because I think you know especially in this climate You know there's this growing idea of like bitcoins. Only coined matters may be a tearoom and then you know maybe something the panel. Talk Talk Turkey. I think that's been the common bench mum and you know I do agree. That of course interest is always going to flow initially to the lodge caps and not have a lot more more momentum and such that but I one of the things that Z. Clinton and positions itself. Is that first of all? We all privacy mechanism is actually pretty unique And in the sense that you know many others Like Minero Grin and whatnot will logic captain grin as well even though they're pretty high profile and the whole idea of damn kind of hiding transactions in the crawl right so I guess the we. I like to illustrate it is footprints in the sand and how Diem Wada's work like if I have if I make footprints. I make a lot of other footprints around the kind of like obscure where the trail might my personal footprints while the idea of us because we allow people to burn coins and then redeem date if a brand new ones with no previous transaction history is almost like a wave Washington and like no. There's no more trail right. I do think that's more as a better privacy model and of course like you know when you compared to see cash. They're really amazing technology. I do think that the more on the bleeding edge things and it's highly complex so what's actually been kind of happening. That is that because it's so highly complex. The very reliant on the easy see that slowly changing physique Ambition and stuff like that. But it means that if you want to be a decentralized project but you're so reliant on the centralized team that's an issue for us. We still have a similar model. But the things that I'll privacy protocol is built on a much simpler construction while offering steve very high levels of anonymity so because like Z. Knox is so complex. It's almost like Like almost like security through obscurity in a in a in a certain way or for us you know you can deploy people can audit it easily and we don't have trust that set out. We used like you know no moon math so I think that's a really big thing That that Zeke Landis advantage on the technical standpoint now from a community standpoint. I don't think any coin is actually gone through this like Bam market unscathed. Everyone has lost a community. And I I mean people say oh you know. You don't have the critical mass. I actually feel that. A community of engage. People have grown true. Is this a period and I? It's because well first of.
"ryan circus" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions
"Unqualified opinions on Ryan Circus at two-bit Idiots. Another special guest today May Reinsberg. Who's the founder of Cele- We're GONNA talk about Selo? He global stable quin project. That is eating Labor's lunch. We'll see if we can trip up and say something explosive about that rivalry but in all seriousness. We've got a lot of ground to cover. In terms of emerging market currencies additional dollar The impact that Corona virus and some of the relief efforts are having on their business if at all generally where they're excited to see stable coin market evolve whether that poses a threat were an opportunity for additional growth with bitcoin. Therion and other were volatile crypto assets out but renee before we saw that Wanted you just give a quick origin story. And how you first got into Crypto. What Ledger the path? That you're today was awesome. Well thanks For so Ryan for for having me. It's great to it's great to catch up. Yeah look so we How do we get into Crypto? Sep American I who were Co Founders of of Sallow we actually met at MIT and Americanized started a company out of timber. Slap ten years ago were Sept- ended up being our first adviser later board member and overuses become a really close friend. And you know I think. There are a lot of similarities between the conversations. We've had in these early days You know at mit around kind of cemented. Weapon linked data and the decentralized systems infrastructure in however what decentralize facebook could look like to go right. Go right there but you know that was something that when we saw afternoon. Local was we sold locally to go daddy's and sometimes Back to the drawing board when we kind of looked at what had happened was bitcoin. Any theory Smart contracts digital assets was like. Wow this is like a lot of the same concepts apply but there's real strong ecosystem forming Very quickly here and I think you could sort of even tune ups for years ago. You could sort of see that this was just on a on a very fast trajectory. So what's really exciting? Because I think was was every technology you know you need sort of that. The title Movement and forward forward movement really to To to bring kind of change so fast we we started Particularly you know Looking at how can this kind of enable more participation from more and more people around the world especially people that are only on a mobile phone and so a lot of our early work in research was focused on How can we make this kind of more mobile friendly and bring the benefits of of Crypto to people that may only have access to the Internet through? Now you raised money from a. Who's who of investors last year but that took place before the Lieber Association got off the ground so this is like Marcher so twenty five million dollar row with Andriessen and others Lot of GONNA pocketed and very experienced web three investors fast for a few months later. Lieber announces its plans. How how do you think about the positioning of Selo versus libra at points and yell it? Let's walk through this this journey because you hear about start ups you know getting Google older getting you know facebook Amazon and it basically just. It's it's a one of the big tech giant says. Actually we're GONNA play in the sandbox now. So why did you give us your lunch? Money and think about different business in theory at least crypto should be different It has proven to be different in the sense that it's been tough because facebook has been in the crosshairs for Labor to get off the ground. But what's going through your mind in June or last summer when this became public indigenous earlier. How were you thinking about positioning spillovers? Libra yeah absolutely. I mean it's interesting because definitely When libra announced suddenly there was a lot more attention on what we were doing You know definitely the previous rounds Token sales we had done Were mostly was people who were already looking at this opportunity at the space where they're kind of a thesis around digital currencies and Internet money to put it put it in a more blunt way and and people who had been in the payment space for a long time so Jack Dorsey Reid Hoffman. Cortina started all people who had been payments businesses and it's seen some of the shortcomings of the current financial system and we're excited about You know Crypto in the more specific about some of the things we were focusing on. And so what really? I think changed. Libra was that there was a Suddenly a much broader discussion around. How can this actually impact you know there was a lot of talk about out? This may help. People that are unbagged or under banked while what is actually required feature set to make that happen you know how would be would be the US experience. What would that be kind of have to be like to to actually cannot make that possible and these these are all questions that we had spent a lot of time thinking about and In a way it was nice because now there was much more public Conversation happening around that and I feel like a lot of our work has been accelerated Mostly because there's more more focus on this now Personally you know. I think. Libra you can have your views on it Their dissimilarities really kind of stop when you take a closer look. I think there are some kind of technical similarities. In terms of the the way the infrastructure kind of is designed and Lieber Association which shares some of its members with the Selo Alliance for prosperity but You know I think fundamentally I think we take a very different approach right. This is really an open open source accessible to anyone platform. So if you WANNA run Ryan if you WANNA run a full note or evaluator. Be My guest actually. You don't need my permission to do it. You can just do it. You know which I think is really is really key and you know we. We wanted to kind of have something that can really kind of scale beyond us and where we don't we're not sort of somewhere kind of a bottleneck or in critical pass by really enable others to take this infrastructure and make it work for the things that they wanna see in the world and I think that's a little bit harder when you take a more closed approach the way e. Bryson taking it. You could argue that. They don't need it because you know there's there's big distribution build into Into facebook already and so I think that's also what gets people excited in terms of interest in Crypto two to three billion additional people. But by the I think fundamentally the designed is quite is quite different You want one thing that's Is a little bit different? Is the integration that you have with Being able to interface with people sounds with the staple quaint market? I think you you can't really compete in terms of the economics of the coins themselves At least from from my perspective. But I want you to chime in. If you think that's wrong instead it's what is the tooling. And how do you actually build up a flywheel so that people are using your particular stable coyne? He's looked like interchangeable assets even if the networks aren't necessarily interchangeable can. Can you just talk a little bit about how you position yourselves versus? Us DC and Paxos and other to a lesser extent. And all these other stable coin initiatives already underway. Some of which are much more liquid much larger at this point then and your project which is just getting off the ground absolutely any. I think there there may be like a two part answer. I if we look Juliet sort of the existing stable coin market and You know stable coins. Pack FOR EXAMPLE TO THE DOLLAR. I would argue that. The use cases today are still very much limited to you know. It's it's intentional. Use Cases Right. We don't see very many people making peer to peer payments in die or use DC. I think some of it has to do with They're just not being kind of an easy way to transact for example on a mobile phone right And so two to US really. I think there's there's two components there's even with the existing Dollar packed stable coins Just extending the market right really starting to see a lot more of the Retail use cases end consumer use cases boasts in terms of playing payments but also in terms of the kind of defy applications for alleged fired. Right now I would. Argue are still a few thousand people that may be were early adopters in Bitcoin in an east that are that end up amounting for the bulk of transactions versus people. That may actually are the ones that we're all talking about in terms of needing access to a better financial system and so I think that's kind of the first the first step is to just making something like us DC right or something like a stable coin accessible to everyone was a phone. That's kind of a key premise. Behind Selo the second piece. Is that our design? We actually long term. We foresee a rich ecology of Of currencies in those could kind of you know mirror some of the existing currencies Fiat currencies. We have rights to bring sort of a dollar euro kind of into the digital world but also You know we see. The creation of functional and local currencies and there really is richness from vision perspective that we hope will will will take place where we suddenly have currencies that complement our existing currencies and can lead to more of a You know a world where sort of the communities are more in tune with their with their currencies and currencies can actually further community causes. And I think there's been a lot of experiments and instrumentation of local or functional currencies. But for the most part they're they're scale has been limited by not having sort of technology back to kind of enable that and so I think it's it's interesting thinking about okay coots could this new infrastructure in able dose community functional currency to happen at a much larger scale The other piece to that is that you know This is a big debate now. With covert nineteen relief payments you know Central Bank digital currencies the digital dollar discussion. That's happening around the world at a central banks and governments and we early on recognized that. Look this An open infrastructure. And yes we would love for this to be the infrastructure that central banks launched their retail central bank digital currencies on and you know some of the criteria that we kind of You know optimize for from a design perspective for once that central banks would care for the same way right. I mean for something to be used on a mobile phone. It think about a retail central bank digital currencies. The also very important and so at you know at a high level I think the the current kind of stable core markets as big as it is I think is only a fraction of what this market can be and in terms of the use cases in terms of the type of currencies will see. I think that's really about to explode an expense Quite quite significantly the institutional use case in many respects is a hell of a lot easier to make the economics of of that model work because there's embedded compliance costs In New Your Customer Animal Money Laundering Provisions and so you know the settle the trade settlement application which really is the one point a use case for stable coins make sense because even in a low interest rate environment you can still make. Those numbers were the compliance overhead is significantly reduced for. It's kind of pushed out to the exchanges where to do. This does not necessarily the same with a retail focus stable claims so it's got the feel-good pitch but there's this practical element which is very challenging. How do you solve for that thing? And is there a way to kind of stay under the radar? Standard certain compliance thresholds. Just because you essentially are building to move smaller amounts of money around. I'm wondering if even matters because from what we know in the West especially really doesn't although the penalties are a little bit less steeped as someone sending you know twenty bucks for a street corner purchase of something that is an.
"ryan circus" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"ryan circus" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions
"Check THEM OUT AT BLOCK WORDS GROUP. Dot I O. And you will not be disappointed butts up on welcome back to another episode of unqualified opinions. I'm Ryan Circus to bit idiot. Very special guest today. She is the CEO of Finance U. S. Most of you probably know her as award-winning dancer. shell suspend time at ripple. We're GONNA come up with a ton of questions at cover Catherine's illustrious career in Crypto as crypto. Very excited to have this conversation but but Katherine for Starters. Tell us what happened with that dance. Well there's there's a bit of a backstory but then there's not much it all happened around a lot of fate so I had a fourteen year career in dance when I was little and I was rejected from the Orlando Magic junior dancers. When I was nine and I've I've held onto that grudge so when when I realized that the NBA weekend is GonNa be Chicago. One of the hotbeds for Crypto and I have a strong belief that basketball dance in Bitcoin can bring the world together. I said let's go. Let's let's engage the crowds. Let's get people excited about finance. You ask and so we just we just went and got two tickets randomly to the celebrity game like arcade. We're going to try this out if it doesn't work out Ahead find him not write it off as marketing Handa and so sure enough right before the game starts. Some guy with a headset comes up and he goes man. We've been seeing. You danced all the songs senior seats. Would you like to participate in a halftime dance offs? And so this was the you didn't have an inside track. This is like an actual stub hub to the hardwood. And so he immediately was like yes. Absolutely please let me pass this former my lawyer and then then I'm walking in. Its at twelve year old boy that is competing against and I knew my I knew what the audience wanted. They wanted a twelve year old boy not a budding Ceo of Crypto. To win this competition. But I I left everything out there on that court and I'm not. I'm not disappointed in my performance. So I gotTa Buster desktops Impure Watson and some items that I held onto for about twenty years fat every week. So you're telling me that. Was the losing dance. That was the losing all my goodness by. It's because I didn't floss so I got to know my audience next time and and having original choreography. Griffey's just not enough for them so he repeated a tick tock dance. That was pretty well known in the crowd on crazy so I lost a him. A guy named dancing Dan so I feel like if anything it was a a step in closure for myself but I also think that going to be the last time. You'll see half work. Well if you can't already tell why everybody loves Katherine Katherine. Hopefully that that brief lead gives you a sense up catherine. Let's let the holy coaling. I know most people do not the rules. Here are typically show I like to start aside from Dan. Stories with every individual trip down the rabbit hole with our guest because they're all very different. I know it's a little bit of a cliche way to start but I do think it's important. Give people context for how you got to this point right and in particular how you went from not being encrypted being crypto which is the much larger Lee and obviously believe. Your start was with ripple. Can you just talk about that path and what you did previously and and how we got here today. Sir Super excited to share this with your listeners. They spend such a devout part of shaping the crypto ecosystem so. It's exciting to ship fan. But I began really as an experiential learner and in order for me to understand things I have to do them. There are auditory learners their visual learners in Connecticut. And I happened to be the last one so I really in order to understand how this world works at a throw myself into situations to understand them and one of the things that couldn't grasp was how the world works and I taking courses etc and always had something in the back of my head that I learned it. Was You know? Follow the money in history will teach you and so the best way to follow the money was to put yourself really in the middle of the largest flows in the world which was the foreign exchange markets and going onto a trading floor. And really witnessing what that was I read a book. Called Liar's poker in it changed my life so I mean that's that's the best way for me to understand how this world works is seeing really what people are identifying as news and what they're trading on and what swings. We're seeing in reaction and how they affect anybody else. So I got my start. On the Hong Kong trading floor at Morgan Stanley covering the onshore Asian currencies understanding that after the Asian financial crisis these countries had restrictions and limitations put on them to safeguard against potential attacks from others. So it was a very unique situation where my counterparts in. New York barely knew the difference between Malaysia System in Thailand system and yet I was super aware of those niche differences that opens and closes distinct their equities markets the the ability of having like an omnibus account versus having to do individual trades. There's another world out. There is really telling to why these economies are developing in certain way so I found it super fascinating and just enjoyed that case and the understanding a real pulse on how the world works but the world was changing so I during Dun Dun Dun during my time I witnessed it one of the jobs that I had was extremely manual. Had to move between a Bloomberg Terminal Reuters terminal and so no matter the automation that provided Skip that step and you just Kinda sat there. Frustrated blind like this is job security. They need me. I'm I'm the rotation of my My Body over here type this. There's something I can create mechanical. Do this for them but You just noticed that there were some frictions along the system. That really helped things back from going to the fully electronic funding we use the word electronic describing things this fast moving back then or now it's all digital so electronic trading was taking off the ability to put. Al Goes in the hands of your customer rather than facilitate a tea or time weighted average going through that on their own was something it was empowering your user or your customer really enjoyed being able to monitor and watch their activity. N- understood that they were getting the best price they weren't having a Middle Man. You know take things off based on how How they felt really And that that was something that we were seeing as a scaring factor on the sell side but an empowering factor when he thought about the market as a whole so I really pushed forward in dug into how electric trading and the fx platforms point be helping oftentimes told slowdown. This is ruining our enjoyable jobs as voice brokers to some extent so When I witnessed all that other Lucien I kept in the back of my head. Saying there's gotta be a better way. There's got to be faster way. I don't want any little girl to wake up and say today. I'm going to type on a Bloomberg terminal and rotate type on Reuters terminal and that's going to be why I went to school and why I continue to wake up every day. So the ability to automate that or make it moving away. Everyone can access. It was really exciting to me. So that's truthfully I think of it as I've been training for the Olympics. Those were the those were the early days that got me to say. I'm fired up about increasing the rates which we can offer institutional quality services down to the individual and streamline the whole process in itself. It boggles my mind. Three thousand people which is still small. That's the amount of sell side. Employees there are in exchange Three thousand people were dedicated to moving other people's money from one place another and ultimately that should come down further and further because moving money from you know pointed point being four axes. It's I don't know that the number of people actually changes is just the medium and the the forum through which these assets are changing hands is going to be different and it will continue to Also changed the Say there is like one person that is facilitating that trade for Hedge Fund. Then they're sixteen people dedicated to that one day. So you've got compliance. You've got your back office. You Bet your settlement team you. And if you can streamline those roles and provide alternatives for people we could have far more fulfilling in motivating experiences in life or for years and so I think there's a lot of those bottlenecks that our customers. They could be eliminated and really give people a sense environment. It's funny twenty. Fifteen was this era of blockchain. Not bitcoin right after crash and the pitch was basically about eliminating cost centers. That was the big thing that all the enterprise players got excited about an alone. Behold another entire market cycle passes in CRYPTO and. I think the reason that the public chains are so much faster aside from just the incumbents move slower by default is that twenty seventeen was all about. I can make a lot. More money with crypto. Right whether it's status you know trading whether it's market making whether it's you know creating an ICO and selling it and liquidating that is a much more compelling reason to adopt a new technology and finance than just we're gonNA limit costs right. It's like the vitamin versus painkiller. Headache get people addicted to like the the ICS drugs. There's a lot of bad things about that addiction. But you're starting to see some of the fruit born in kind of the next market cycle. Where did you come in full time to criticize? So I guess what were the exposure points that before you made the switch and what finally made you take the leap and enjoying ripple in Hong Kong. I'm twenty thirteen. Bitcoin was kind of something you bought on your p. a. just to watch is almost like a plant in your kind of like it's GonNa either grow or it's GonNa die. None of us really have too much skin in this worry about it and the other aspect of it was you were seeing in beginning to see a lot of activity taking place from these self-sided analysts in Hong Kong. One of them being Arner Hayes. It was a good buddy back when he's at Georgia And other people are taking notice so it was. It was triggering the minds of these trader types. Who Getting to see there's real value in what you mentioned the Arab the speculation The ability to to get behind this budding marketplace apply what we already knew from a larger perspective so I kind of had a cheat sheet in seeing the twelfth chapter of the book before the forward was written And so I kind of knew how the book would end in. It would only be a matter of. Did everyone knew that story. Conclusion when Up Story or did they WANNA milk it for a little while because a few of us weren't around in the eighties when markets were roaring. So I took that as an interesting thing but I really jumped in in the summer of two thousand seventeen. I was at Silicon Valley Bank catering. A lot of these texts that were beginning to use bitcoin. As a means of moving money between a places like vima non in wire those are some of the budding names that I was hearing about is like. I'm going to be on the upside of that. I want to be sitting here. Just asking them if they're hedging their effects when I could be helping them move this forward. So that's where I I saw I have linked for ripple and popped up. Asked exactly what I had in terms of my experience. Oftentimes you see something in you got. That's not really aligned. But I'm the one that knows that so I'm GonNa go for it so it was. The opening role is for head of investor relations. They asked for five seven years.
"ryan circus" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions
"You will not be disappointed. That's ever welcome back to another episode of Missouri's unqualified opinions on Ryan Circus at two bit idiots here with another famous crypto twitter personality. I'm talking about Crypto Dad former chairman of CFTC Chris Giancarlo. Who is now a senior counsel at Wookey? Farr and Gallagher Talk about a number of the initiatives that he's been working on more recently and the digitisation of the American dollar but I think the the nickname Monica crypto data's well-deserved we're GONNA talk about. How christel down the CRYPTO rabbit hole? What he's excited about going forward and what we should all be looking out for generally in the US regulatory regime. Over the course of the next couple of years. So Chris For starters thank you for joining and I think you have a lot of fans within the community. Based on how proactive and forward thinking you and your colleagues. Cfcc has been. But I always like to start with the origin story because everybody's starting at a different periods of time in in very often cases wildly different contexts. And of course you're gonNA come crypto from a very unique Path having served in a regulatory capacity for for many of the formative years of this industry Why don't we start by just walking through your first exposure to Crypto? Maybe your first impressions and how they evolved over time. And then we'll get to the role. You have a non regulator. That's actually on the bleeding edge of some of the initiatives were building on the stable coin space in particular X. Right it came to it in a very interesting way in. That is not a actually as a regulator but I if we're going and spending five years at the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission. I spent thirty years in the private sector and from the year. Two thousand until twenty four team. I was building one of the world's what is today the world's largest trading platforms electronic trading platforms for over the counter derivatives swaps. In two thousand. I started on that endeavor and over the next next several years the firm GSI group. We built the world's first electronic execution trading capacity for swaps and we Were very much like a lot of probably of your listeners. As entrepreneurs we raised three rounds a private equity financing and in thousand five. We took the company public offering on the Nasdaq and then later onto the New York Stock Exchange in a series of very very successful public offerings in two thousand and eight. I've found ourselves right at the center of the financial crisis out. We were the exchange for things that were trading on an exchange things that measured the counterparty credit risk of the failure of one large money center bank to another large money center bank basically the failure of the Wall Street financial system. And at that moment I remember calls. We're receiving from the financial from the Federal Reserve. They asking us will exactly what you guys do again. And and how is it? You're marketplace's measuring the potential for failure of the banking system. And it struck me at that point in time that regulators had no better way of understanding the risk into calling around to shops like Mahin to get a handle on what was going on in the marketplace and I became an advocate for a number of the reforms that made their way into the Dodd Frank Act namely the regulation of the swaps market and the greater transparency the greater ability for that market to reveal information and in that. I became an advocate for the blockchain. Had we had a blockchain in place for the credit exposure of banks to be registered on. We would have had a much better picture of the current risk in fact at the time it was perceived that the gross amount of protection written against the failure of Leman brothers was measured at four hundred billion. What we now know that when you net download those exposures the net exposure of a failure lead brothers was less than nine billion. Had we had a blockchain in place then we would have known that and had we known that our policy responses would have been a lot more targeted. A lot more calibrated and I think a lot more effective in terms of addressing the financial crisis. So how does that get me to Bitcoin? Well that's why I joined the commission. That's why I left. The private sector went into government help the commission implement the core tenets of the dodd. Frank Act but while I was there I took a much broader view. It struck me that. Not only is the swaps market but in fact so much of our financial market infrastructure is antiquated. It's aged and in some cases it's obsolete you know Ryan if we look around us today. We see our our public transportation system. We see our bridges our tunnels our airports that were once. State of the art in the twentieth. Century have become antiquated in some cases. Obsolete as we go into this new digital twenty-first-century while the same is true about so much of our financial market infrastructure whether it is the way we do consumer lending based upon live or a rape. It was became obsolete decades ago or whether the way we handle a securitization of mortgages in a lot of practices that actually exacerbate that lack of transparency into counterparty credit risk in the need for modernisation and finally the core architecture of our own currency. The dollar the dollar still very much of an analog instrument in a digital world. And that's why I've become a proponent for the digital dollar project so as we go in our conversation. I'd like to talk about these projects but my core thesis since leaving the Commission. My thesis about money. Is that so much of? The architecture is is aged. It's it's analog and it needs to be modernized for a new digital new judgmental generation a new digital future. I think most people within the industry would certainly agree with that. You talk about the why inspiration and and you make it seem much more fluid Than.
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"News radio one thousand eighteen okay this is absolutely my favorite time of well preserved Patrick and I love it we've got colors on the newsmaker line and we're gonna go play tag the Tahoe Elizabeth from Norman it looks like you're our first caller today so good morning unless both good morning okay do you know how to play tag the tacos I have heard her at that point yet okay the first question I'm going to ask you is who is the sponsor of the week **** homelife is an amazing they have a brand new medical alert system that is really in the twenty first century so you've got the first question right now I got a question for you are you a first responder military teacher or Oklahoma law enforcement well I'm a retired teacher of twenty years we're did you teach for your middle school and Norman and Norman okay well miss Elizabeth do you know what and that's not good English okay I took school in Arkansas would just ride that over you don't have to answer where the Tahoe was because you're retired teacher how cool is that one hundred Bucks one yeah congratulations and thank you for being a and helping mold our future the other people that call today we do this every Saturday at nine fifteen and trust me we'll have a hundred Bucks for next week unless both hang on my canon is going to get your information and put your lipstick on because we're going to take your picture when you come into the office okay all rights and thank you for listening today okay congratulations it was was was weak a retired teacher I love it when teachers calling in and we started doing that a couple of years ago he says speaking of teachers and changes and you know trying to adapt to everybody's schedule we are delighted to have in the studio today one of my favorite guest I have built price with town hall and I had to stop and think because I was gonna say bill Taylor but I can't do that because you have been affiliated with town hall lecture series for a number of years and we need to talk about the upcoming events so it's your turn tell us what's up absolutely our next speaker was scheduled to be the same Manderson on March nineteenth we decided with the crisis to reschedule it till it's going to be toward the end of may or beginning of June is what we're began today we're still on on April was sixteenth with Steve Kelly let me tell you a little bit about town hall in about the speakers town hall was been around for eighty seven years we get eight hundred to a thousand people were at the church of the servant it's typically the third Thursday of the month there's six speakers one in and three in the fall and three in the spring and Sam Anderson is the author of boomtown I cannot wait to hear him which is set the standard for Oklahoma City the image of Oklahoma City throughout the world into really is important for Oklahoma City ends to hear from him and read his book because you wanna know what others think about you and the this is a great book and it has been widely read throughout the world so I hear you say that the event that was going to happen on March the nineteenth it will be rescheduled his time in may E. else our current to the currently what we're looking at is may twenty eighth which is a Thursday but we haven't confirmed that with the speaker well the speaker and the church these the town hall they are some of my favorite advance the speakers are absolutely mind boggling and bill you and your a group of volunteers because everybody that works on this is really volunteering ya'll bring in an amazing program every month here are our town hall is different from let's say tall shoes with that has a paid staff we are able to port in two really good speakers we've had art Laffer Michael Pillsbury Jim Bridenstine David grant this year and and Steve Kelly is another one that's coming up in on April sixteenth and he is the cartoonists that does Dustin and he also is he's a headliner in in Las Vegas and lan X. city I mean he is really a talented guy the people pay hundreds of dollars to go see in hundreds of dollars the tickets to town hall lecture series are so affordable you can almost go to the whole season for a little over a hundred Bucks yeah six zero that's including is including the lunch to come to the no it's not the for next year for for instance it's going to be a hundred dollars for the whole year or for the lectures and a hundred dollars for the whole year for the luncheons right and there are there six lectures again next year yes there are I thank you so much value out of that absolutely but we do want you to come back on bail and we will run this on the well preserved dot info website on the confirm date because it is very important eight hundred to a thousand people always attend the town hall so it's important to get the word out and let him know that if you have a ticket for March the nineteenth that will be honored at the main event but let me correct the season luncheon tickets are a hundred and twenty dollars okay and if you individually go to a speaker or to a luncheon it's twenty five dollars so it's a lot better deal to sign up for this be for the season and we start off next year with Steve Forbes will we get wow Chris o'neil speaking how do you all get these incredible we can't go into that that's when the next time that you come in I thank call Mattel lectures it really enriches the culture of Oklahoma City these days speakers are are fascinating absolutely absolutely and we're gonna come back from break with David David and talk about how I'm sorry my candidacy on the little data yeah I can't read sign language again yeah not forcing it by then on eighteen years excuse me my key is in there trying to keep me on the queue but they'll we do the price is our guest with town hall we do want to have you back in so we can let our listening audience knows the exact date for next rescheduled okay absolutely and go to OKC townhall dot com to to go to the website okay you know a lot of the posted on there absolutely as always it's an honor to have one of our special guest in because they have some amazing programs absolutely this is amazing program S. town hall been here eighty four years yeah I mean this is this is like a legacy for Oklahoma City live in the studio also we have the king of the shrine circus one of my favorite things to do every year good morning David good morning unison good morning Oklahoma City and it's raining that we have some updates on the shrine circus oz so we definitely do you know earlier you mentioned grand children and you talked about the FFA programs I'm very proud to have my son my grandson Joseph David he's one of the state officers for the FFA and of course the Oklahoma youth expo was going on this week out at the fairgrounds and the fairgrounds is where the shrine has been bringing out this shrine circus for many many years we've provided this Ryan circus for seventy six years starting in nineteen forty three bringing family entertainment at affordable prices to the Oklahoma City area and we normally have about thirty thousand individuals attending our shrine circus that's a bench trial we're very very proud of the shrine the shrine hospitals and what all the Shriners do for our communities but the where like a lot of the other organizations are facing difficult times.
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"Aztec launched its Privacy Network on a theory William including a software development kit in order for decentralized APPs to incorporate Zika die which is a private version of the stable coin die and hides the amount mount transacted consensus lays off fourteen percent restructures into software development and investment units. A theory of venture studio consensus is splitting into partly due to the difficulty. It had raising money with both investing and software development activities under one roof now the software software development arm is targeting a raise of two hundred million dollars Ryan Circus of Massari wrote in his newsletter. That they are aiming for evaluation of between four hundred million to six hundred million dollars pre money and that the company is currently doing revenue under fifteen million dollars a year. Next headline a new population hit by corona virus. bitcoin miners due to the prolonged holiday in China quotes around holiday inspired by the Krona virus virus some of the largest bitcoin mining equipment manufacturers including vitmain micro bt and Canaan are suspending shipments of mining equipment as well as their mind manufacturing manufacturing and customer service operations. This comes at a time when demand for mining equipment is high ahead of the bitcoin having expected in May which is when the number of new coins being minted with every block will be cut in half from twelve point five bitcoins to six point. Two five one market observer believes that since the hashing rate on the network is likely to rise. This disruption could affect the miners profitability next headline mastercard chief on Libra era from financial inclusion to facebook's Wallet Mastercard Chief. Ajay Banga dish to the Financial Times. About why the credit card network pulled out out of libra and it's mainly due to concerns over compliance and its business model. He said the lever associations key members would not put in writing a commitment to quote not do anything that is not fully compliant with local law as examples he cited know your customer and Anti Money Laundering processes processes as well as data management issues. He also was discomforted by how libra was marketed as a financial inclusion tool but that facebook wanted to Lincoln to a proprietary digital wallet Ca Libra. He says quote it went from this altruistic idea into their own wallet. I'm like this. It doesn't sound right. Caught on tape. Nova grants says excerpt will under perform under perform immensely coin desk obtained in elicit tape from a conference which galaxy digital CEO Mikenowak. Rats said extra P.. would quote underperform immensely again this year. He he said this was due to the fact that ripple owns sixty billion of the one hundred billion coins. He said quote when I'm buying stock if I know someone selling ten billion dollars worth worth of it at some price it makes me less excited. By the Stock O'Leary ously Galaxy has invested twenty three point eight million dollars into ripple the company company and values at stake in ripple at twenty seven point six million dollars after getting some pushback by ripple Nova grads further elaborated on his stands with a few view tweets saying extra p. was still in the proving phase and that Bitcoin has taken the role of store of value. He added extra P. has a fervent community mostly in in Asia but a large supply of about fifty seven percent to absorb. He said quote the price of extra p. will be determined like all prices if there are more buyers than sellers and the company has a lot of control here. The price will rise. The company needs to distribute in a rational way at at the same time building a real and scalable use case next headline backs consumer APP to debut by mid twenty twenty in an earnings call ice CEO. Jeffrey speaker said backs continue. Acquisition of bridge. Two solutions will quote accelerate the second phase of our Digital Assets Strategy Energy Brits shoe solutions provides loyalty rewards programs the block reports that the application will be available in the first half of this year and that will enable all users to pay at any merchant and also convert between digital assets such as bitcoin loyalty points and in game rewards. Now time for fun BITs. There are two fun but this week. The first is multi coin outperforms bitcoin over the last two years. There's a nice profile in Forbes by my former calling Jeff Coughlin of multi coin capitals. Kyle Simoni into sharp Jane. Both of whom have been on my podcasts. Kyle kicks things off with this. I quote two years from now Z.. Cash Worth Zero and later Union square ventures. Fred Wilson Chimes in that kyle quote can be a little controversial all in aggressive talks about how they bet fifteen percent of their portfolio on BNP token and saw an eightfold return but that one of their investments E. O.'s was a bust. I The only lineup quibble with in this profile is where Jeff says quote Jane and someone of your also pound the table bitcoin bowls the last. You're tired I talked to kyle. Perhaps every time I've talked to Kyle. He was not what I would describe as a bitcoin bull but perhaps since I last spoke up to him others on his team have pulled him to their side either way this is a great profile on two of them. Were unabashedly outspoken. Investors in this face and last is com. You have to check out the article if only because Kyle into Shahr are wearing matching navy blazers with crisp white button downs and they definitely get the ten on style for the photo. Shoot last fun bits. So this this second fund which is a hilarious mean that I saw in crypto twitter. And it's about the upcoming upcoming bitcoin having or happening as some of you call it. which by the way is because you don't have that happening is not a word or because you're trying to be funny like like flipping? I I don't know anyway. I'm going to be a horrible teas and say that because this is one of those means where you just have to see it. You're going to have to you. Just click through like look in the show notes and then click through and just look at it because I tried it writing this up for audio and describing it all for you but it just doesn't work like loses all the funniness so let me just say that I'm sure for those of you who do click through that at least the compulsive. bitcoin watcher price watchers will get a chuckle out of this. All right everybody..
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"But here's the next question. Where does the money go that y'all make for this? Ryan circus, shrine circus, actually is our operating expense for our shrine center here in Oklahoma City. Given us the rest of the year to raise money for our shrine hospitals and our shrine transportation fund where right now, Oklahoma's divided into three jurisdictions, Tulsa Muskogee, and of course, Oklahoma City and our center here in Oklahoma City. We have interstate thirty five to the tip of the panhandle. And currently we have approximately four hundred and fifty four children and our Ospel program, we transport them to and from our hospitals are burn center at Galveston or orthopedic in Shreveport, Louisiana in Saint Louis, Missouri at no cost to the child or their family all of their expenses are taken care of. And it's a labor of love. So we we look forward having a big turnout this year again at our shrine circus. Now, of course, it's at the fairgrounds here in Oklahoma City at the gym norc arena. It's unreal. Easy to park get there. I mean, fair grams is a great location. It is and it's ever expanding out there. So. Again, Jim norc course, everyone probably would recognize Jim as being a past mayor of Oklahoma City, and he was a past lustrous potentate of India's shrine temple also referred to Jim Nora is our mayor with vision. Hey, did definitely see saw a footprint for Oklahoma City many years down the road. So yes, yes. I love working with the Shriners. And I think I've told you the story before I was visiting one of my clients in crescent who I had to reschedule the appointment three times. Because he drives children, and you know, that was a priority for him. And sometimes you get emergency phone calls. So I remember a couple of times he said, you know, this child I've got to take this child. I believe he was driving him to Houston could be Houston where cliff lip and palate. Children to go to our Houston on hospitals. Most of our orthopedic goes to report or Saint Louis, and then of course, our burn children, go to Galveston, Texas and the Shriners transport children. There's no cost to the family. None whatsoever. Where are our transportation expenses per years? Approximately two hundred thousand dollars. That's nice. Probably two hundred thousand to take care of the children of Oklahoma and between all three shrines centers in Oklahoma. At any one time. We're we're having children between twelve and fourteen hundred children told and and I'd like to mention that the shrine circus again starts on March the twenty eight that's Thursday evening. Our performance starts at seven thirty. And then a Friday at seven thirty. We have three performances on Saturday. Ten AM two PM and seven thirty pm and in two performances on Sunday solar seven. And we look forward to all the boys and girls of all ages coming out and having a great time, and you ought to come out and watch unison her grandchildren, ride the elephant. The elephants asks David if we're having the elephants again because one of the grandkids didn't want to get on, you know, because they'll fans pretty good size. It's a big elephant come on. This will be fun. And of course, when I hopped on the elephants. I guess if granny did it it's going to be. Okay, be okay. But that is that's a fun thing to do. I just forgot to take pictures of it. So this year, I'm going to have somebody on the ground snapping the photograph. You know? Yeah. We really did this. We really did this. We're going to have to have video footage of it. You have to yet. And we may even get her on the camels, we've got L Faraj camel rides pony ride. We're going to need proof. This get. So here's the deal, folks. You don't have to go to the Middle East pay a huge airfare to go ride a camel, you can come to the shrine circus on March the twenty eighth through March, the thirty first.
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"And Virginia with deadly results. The storm spawned a tornado near Richmond Virginia that mangled cars and collapsed. Our warehouse one person inside that warehouse died WT our TV's Jake burns is in Chesterfield county outside Richmond. Or a lot of people that were working at the time. When this tornado struck lot of folks felt this and this, and they did hide inside one man telling me that he felt the entire building shake around him. He was in a building right next to the warehouse. That was completely destroyed. The suspect of Penn hills home invasion earlier this month has now been charged with murder. It happened in the eighteen hundred block of around Annette street on the morning of September third. Police tell Katie ATV that thirty six year old Charles Pershing. Tied up and assaulted a man and woman and the man sixty five year old Loxley John's died this morning Pershing's being held at the Allegheny county jail. If to Pittsburgh area residents, get their way, the names of every Catholic priest in Pennsylvania, suspected of sex abuse will be made public Ryan O'Connor of Verona. And Kristen Hancock of my Lebanon have filed a lawsuit seeking those names and internal church documents in their cases, attorney Benjamin sweet filed the class action. We are likely to be hundreds if not thousands of predator priest show out there. Identities Abed concealed and are actively being concealed by the church. The state supreme court will hold a hearing on whether a dozen names redacted from the recent grand jury report should be made public one day after six children and one adult were injured at the serious Ryan circus at PPG paints arena. Katie gay radio's Joe deal. Reports officials are still investigating the cause it was initially reported that it child through a shovel at the foot of a camel that was scared and started a buck. It happened is a woman and two children were riding the animal circus chairman Paul Levy says everything is still speculation. We'll let that investigation play out. We would like to find out. Exactly what happened just as much as everybody else. Does. He says the city will lead the probe with OSHA or the USDA one animal rights group released a statement, hoping this is the straw that ends camel and other animal acts at the circus Joe studio whose radio ten twenty Katie K state officials announced today, the state income tax refund. Intercept program has paid over five point four million dollars to crime victims in. His first year and a half the program allows the department of revenue to deduct restitution and fines from convicted individual state tax refunds, Pennsylvania victim advocate. Jennifer storm says the program holds criminals accountable often restitution is this promise that is made by the offender and the system that often goes unfulfilled for victims. It's incredibly frustrating to not receive the accountability. By way of a check every week the program went into effect early last year under the crime victims act Kerr elementary in FOX chapel will be closed again tomorrow, pending air quality test results. Classes were I cancelled Friday after mold was discovered in three classrooms. Classes will be closed Wednesday for the whole district for fall break in sports. The pirates host the royals tonight. Monday night football Seattle at Chicago here it on Katie KYW radio at eight o'clock. It's seven oh, three AAA traffic and AccuWeather next. When.
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"It's eight o'clock CBS news special report floodwaters from storm Florence rising in the Carolinas even in areas, supposedly immune to flooding CBS is coordinators who Boesky is in Wilmington North Carolina's soon as I hit the water. I knew Doug Nickerson needed help after his car failed to make it through a flooded street act deal kind of stupid for just you know, not blatantly seeing it. But it really is Dr. For the nine hundred people have been rescued by trucks boats, and helicopters in the past few days at least seventeen dead with several dams close to bursting and more rain falling on waterlogged ground. Mandatory evacuation orders are in effect in several places. CBS news special report, I'm thinking Barker, and I'm Paul Rasmussen. We have more rain coming here in the Pittsburgh area. Thanks to Florence. And it's good to know. The army core of engineering can take steps to prevent flooding. Here's Katie KYW radio. Shelby Cassese sixteen reservoirs operated by the water management team prevented near record flooding last week. But the teams emptying those reservoirs into the river is now and creating space for more rain. According to spokesman, Jeff Hawke, we are now preparing for anything we might get from forts or any other storm that forms that may threaten the basin. And that means that were is charging releasing water from our dams degree create that space. He says as they empty the reservoirs people will notice the rivers are higher than normal. Shelby Cassese NewsRadio ten twenty. Katie. K more information is coming out over a sexual. Misconduct allegation against supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh Christine. Black blazey four tells the Washington Post he pinned her to a bed tried to remove her clothing and put his hand over her mouth when she tried to scream during a party when they were teenagers. Cavenaugh denies the incident took place terrifying. Moments Sunday at PT paints arena during intermission at this. Ryan circus, performance six children and an adult were injured by spooked and bucking camel yours, Katie K TV's. Amy WADA's witnesses that a child.
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"Winter you buy tickets when you're dead here and absolutely ice. Yes. You can you can you combined right here at the box office. And sometimes you save a lot of the fee. So people do that minor. We're happy to happy to accommodate as many people's. We can't the reason why support you so much is because you do the right thing you just do in the mission is first of all family, entertainment, that doesn't really exist in this capacity anymore and also because the Shriners hospitals, give free cares at one hundred twenty five thousand. Kids a year. Yeah. That's what we do. A pro approximately eight hundred twenty five thousand at twenty two Finers hospitals all across North America in the areas of orthopedics, spinal, cord, injuries, burns and cleft. Palate. Repair. Unbelievable. Now have just entered an agreement to help keep our help and the children close to home. We've entered an agreement with children's hospital, Pittsburgh that is. Eerie solar. And of course, all of our transportation accommodations. Everything is free for the children and their family. Be honest with me as the backlash the the abuse. You've been taking from these animal nuts. The pita bread. People has it Jack with your sales of the pita bread, folks. No. I don't think. In fact, I think it's actually helped ourselves a little bit. This could be the last Ryan circus in Pittsburgh is going to be the last circle of any type and just for with performing animals. We will not know what our fate is until we get out of the court system following this week. Too many lawyers too many lawyers town too many. Yeah. Right. We have an almost seven decade history. Here we're in our sixty ninth year, and once again Crowder, showcase the animals. There's absolutely nothing to hide I said their photograph hundreds if not thousands of times on this arena floor practicing a little bit ago. One of the coolest things I've ever done. I did a pizza eating contest with the elephants and. You almost one. Honestly, you met my parents. He so gracious one of the coolest things I ever did was jumped up on those elephants in the touchy feely nature of what you guys do in just a commodity in the clowns, these amazing clowns that engaged the kids, and it's a beautiful thing in a world of video games, which are cool in the world of electronics, which is fine and award of opulence, man, it flies you back to the old school the smell of the arena, the popcorn the joy to take that away from kids and families into take the resource away of Shriners hospitals is despicable, and I will personally, and you've told me a long time. A man I will personally make this one of my great missions in life to make sure the circus comes back every year. You know that we appreciate it. We appreciate all. So many people have been very supportive of us especially coming through this last year in our fight to keep our performing animals here. We certainly appreciate that. And we hope they'll come out and support us this weekend best wishes tonight, right? Seven. Fifteen dollars. Reserve tickets seven billion dollars our tickets. Absolutely. The best of luck to you. Hey, thank you. The best of luck to you Martin. Thanks to a man. I find it despicable of all the things going on the world. That's what I was saying. I was like there you have a moment in your life. And it happens to all of us something pivotal happens. Whether it's a knock on the door with a state trooper or it's a doctor's diagnosis, or it's your wife cheating on you, or whatever where your life takes a detour. And it's interesting when that moment hits all this other garbage, this noise that is so inconsequential in the big picture, it just sort of bubbles away. And unfortunately, some people aren't part of the bubbling. Yeah. No, no, no, you're right. Let's find real things to fight over shall we discussion about as important as a pimple on the elephants behind us. And they need to focus on to imagine. We have the most liberal city council in American, and it's just so obnoxious to me that the city is spending tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees to fight a circus the pace for cancer care for dying kids. Yeah. Hey, wendy. It's a joy really is. I enjoy the so much. Thank you for having me back. We should do this next Friday. I'm gonna ask if we can okay. All right. See you, folks. We'll be right back with the canon, man. Powered by fifty one south on top of the hill. Little more traffic.
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"And conditions apply. I love that song. I liked it until then. I sound like a dying. The fat cats fight in the middle of the night. My wife won't me up four o'clock in the morning because the next door neighbor's cat. Oh my God. Is he going to be okay? Honey, police released fighting you want to go out and break up. Okay. You've heard cats fight right now. I don't live in a caddy neighbor you sound like they sound like babies chrome. I don't mind that I can deal with that. I don't mind babies. I love. I wanna talk to our friend Paul Levy from sue shiners circus. How are you my friend? Hey, good morning Marty. Listen, I was gonna ask you to sing the national anthem. I heard that. I think you I gotta tell you. I think you blew your shot. So let's get right to it. My brother one of the coolest things I've ever seen. Same with Wendy was the singing pig. A big attraction. Well, quite a big a five hundred fifty pound attraction. Yes. We could not believe the audience he generated when we brought him over there. Isn't that crazy? It was unbelievable. There was a mob scene in the hallway and lobby. Let's let's be honest, Paul. It was legit. It's really legit entertainment. I I was in thrall with it. It's pure basic family. Good wholesome, fun fun. Pittsburgh absolutely tongue. A and the beauty of it is this is the coolest this is what I call the, you know, this is the extreme petting zoo should go down on the floor before it starts, you get up on the elephants and ride them. This actually the coolest thing in life. Yeah. And these animals are treated like princes and princesses too. Well, like the guy. Get as close to an elephant or a camel or the pigs or whatever as you will at Ryan circus..
"ryan circus" Discussed on WLOB
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"ryan circus" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"And it's why i let it out i'm not doing that right now because they do camera ryan circuses and the campbell bidermann he's rambling circuses legit the share song i mean who was o'clock goes way back through because they actually travel coach country camels up what if the hillary i snapped me on the clark and there was a story about american airlines than had to evacuate the flight and as we said in the initial copy was because somebody studer flatulence somebody had passed gas and it was so nausea is phil ridiculous way from headaches nausea is on a greyhound one time in college a plane is in the back in he did something unspeakable barrier and i did feel nauseous so vacuous the whole bottle it's tony we should've evacuated the bus i mean it was a disaster been a community of commuter plane from agreement israel oil tally or something you go in there coast remembering whereas jurors rooming he went in there me maybe he may write gamble lost right where he sat nothing zone was more convenient to tony you brought up earlier that might wilburn was on a flight at taunton is business right now the almost i which is just we did not apparently there was somebody from the raleighdurham international airport that said that was a passenger pass gas and then somebody from american airlines is comeback to known it was a mechanical issue had nothing to do with flatulence okay so let me get out in front of this.