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Alliance Aces
Richard Wrbanek: Start at the Top

Alliance Aces

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 29:59


The easiest way to know whether a partnership is good is to make sure everybody gets what they want.  Sounds simple enough but the most promising thing any partners can do to be successful is having collaboration early on where stakeholders can be transparent about what works for them and what doesn't. A great side effect of that is building and maintaining relationships for years to come. Richard Wrbanek, Vice President, Strategic Partners & Alliances, Americas at OpenText, is here to discuss his perspective on what's made all the difference to strong partnerships.  Join us as we discuss: Building trust Communication Co-selling - bringing sales teams together    Here are some additional episodes featuring other ecosystem leaders that might interest you:  #121 Aligning Ecosystem Strategy with Your Customer as the North Star with Lara Caimi, Chief Partner Officer, ServiceNow  #122 There's No Easy Button For Partnering with Nicole Napiltonia, VP Of Alliances and OEM Sales, at Barracuda  #106 The Secrets to Managing Alliances Like Microsoft with David Totten, Chief Technology Officer, US Partner Ecosystem at Microsoft  #97 Why Quality Always Beats Quantity in Software Ecosystems with Tom Roberts, Senior Vice President at the Global Partner Organization over at SAP.   Links & Resources  Learn more about how WorkSpan helps customers accelerate their ecosystem flywheel through Co-selling, Co-innovating, Co-investing, and Co-marketing. Subscribe to the Ecosystem Aces Podcast on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcast.  Join the WorkSpan Community to engage with other partner ecosystem leaders on best practices, news, events, jobs, and other tips to advance your career in partnering. Find insightful articles on how to lead and get the most out of your partner ecosystem on the WorkSpan blog. Download the Best Practices Guide for Ecosystem Business Management  Download the Ultimate Guide for Partner Incentives and Market Development Funds  To contact the host, Chip Rodgers, with topic ideas, suggest a guest, or join the conversation about modern partnering, he can be reached on Twitter, LinkedIn, or send Chip an email at: chip@workspan.com   This episode of Ecosystem Aces is sponsored by WorkSpan.   WorkSpan is the #1 ecosystem business management platform. We give CROs a digital platform to turbocharge indirect revenue with their partner teams at higher win rates and lower costs. We connect your partners on a live network with cross-company business applications to build, market, and sell together. We power the top 10 business ecosystems in the technology and communications industry today, managing over $50 billion in the joint pipeline

Locked On Sharks - Daily Podcast On The San Jose Sharks
Nick Cicek Interview

Locked On Sharks - Daily Podcast On The San Jose Sharks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 33:47 Very Popular


San Jose Barracuda defenseman, Nick Cicek, joins to converse about signing an NHL contract with the San Jose Sharks, his road to San Jose, and playing for the Portland Winterhawks during COVID (4:00). Then we go into his first season with the Barracuda (8:30), all the changes happening in the organization (12:00), and development camp (14:30). We finish up a look at next season's Barracuda team (17:30), the Mario Ferraro Making The Leap Candidate (20:00), and pregame rituals (22:00). Check out the podcast on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Rock N Roll Bedtime Stories
Episode 104 – Wilson vs Wilson

Rock N Roll Bedtime Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 57:00 Very Popular


Brian breaks down the soap opera history and recent family squabbles that finally put the wrong kind of pressure on the legendary Hall of Fame sister/rockers in Heart. SHOW NOTES: Songs used in this episode: Heart “All I Wanna Do is Make Love to You”; “Magic Man”; “Barracuda”; Alias “More Than Words Can Say” The oral history: https://www.amazon.com/Kicking-Dreaming-Story-Heart-Soul/dp/0062101684 https://www.guitarworld.com/news/ann-nancy-wilson-heart-update https://www.theguardian.com/music/2021/may/14/heart-singer-ann-wilson-success-was-a-faustian-bargain-we-made https://1001-songs.blogspot.com/2013/04/interview-with-magic-man-mike-fisher-of.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heart_(band) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ann_Wilson https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magazine_(Heart_album) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Queen https://www.dreampathpodcast.com/episodes/michael-roger-fisher-two/ https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-features/heart-can-ann-and-nancy-wilson-go-on-after-family-assault-115109/ https://wror.com/2022/04/12/ann-and-nancy-wilson-no-feud-but-there-is-split/

Fore The People
Co-Host SZN: The Hottest Player on Earth Not Named Xander (feat. Mark Hubbard)

Fore The People

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 63:13 Very Popular


Paul's Security Weekly
BSW #269 - Mike Goldgof

Paul's Security Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 59:38


In the leadership and communications section, How CISOs can prepare for new and unpredictable cyberthreats, 8 Leadership and Management Principles from Ex-Navy Seal, Practice Transparent Leadership, and more!   IIoT infrastructure protection requires immediate attention. Barracuda just released key findings from a report titled "The state of industrial security in 2022," that covers the following: • The network breaches, ransomware attacks, and other security incidents businesses are facing • The current challenges related to infrastructure protection, remote access security, and digital transformation • The solutions and strategies decision makers are using to close security loopholes and boost the protection of IIoT infrastructure   This segment is sponsored by Barracuda Networks. Visit https://securityweekly.com/barracuda to learn more about them!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/bsw for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly   Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw269

Business Security Weekly (Audio)
BSW #269 - Mike Goldgof

Business Security Weekly (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 59:38


In the leadership and communications section, How CISOs can prepare for new and unpredictable cyberthreats, 8 Leadership and Management Principles from Ex-Navy Seal, Practice Transparent Leadership, and more!   IIoT infrastructure protection requires immediate attention. Barracuda just released key findings from a report titled "The state of industrial security in 2022," that covers the following: • The network breaches, ransomware attacks, and other security incidents businesses are facing • The current challenges related to infrastructure protection, remote access security, and digital transformation • The solutions and strategies decision makers are using to close security loopholes and boost the protection of IIoT infrastructure   This segment is sponsored by Barracuda Networks. Visit https://securityweekly.com/barracuda to learn more about them!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/bsw for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly   Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw269

Paul's Security Weekly TV
The State of Industrial Security in 2022 - Mike Goldgof - BSW #269

Paul's Security Weekly TV

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022


IIoT infrastructure protection requires immediate attention. Barracuda just released key findings from a report titled "The state of industrial security in 2022," that covers the following: • The network breaches, ransomware attacks, and other security incidents businesses are facing • The current challenges related to infrastructure protection, remote access security, and digital transformation • The solutions and strategies decision makers are using to close security loopholes and boost the protection of IIoT infrastructure   This segment is sponsored by Barracuda Networks. Visit https://securityweekly.com/barracuda to learn more about them!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/bsw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw269

Alliance Aces
Is Your Roadmap Futureproof?

Alliance Aces

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 32:07


In order for the ecosystem to function at its best it needs to include not one, but multiple partners. The best way to do that is to work with partners who are willing to share the risk, innovate, and stay flexible for future technologies. Suresh Kumar Tulluri, Vice President & Global Head - Ecosystem Business Unit at HCL Technologies, talks in this episode about how to bring the customer along for that journey and the need to stay prepared to move not only forward, but occasionally sideways as well. Join us as we discuss: Roadmap innovation Investing in tech ISVs, Red Hat, VMware Private networks to verticals, HCL, CSP, Intel, and more Here are some additional episodes featuring other ecosystem leaders that might interest you: #121 Aligning Ecosystem Strategy with Your Customer as the North Star with Lara Caimi, Chief Partner Officer, ServiceNow  #122 There's No Easy Button For Partnering with Nicole Napiltonia, VP Of Alliances and OEM Sales, at Barracuda  #106 The Secrets to Managing Alliances Like Microsoft with David Totten, Chief Technology Officer, US Partner Ecosystem at Microsoft  #97 Why Quality Always Beats Quantity in Software Ecosystems with Tom Roberts, Senior Vice President at the Global Partner Organization over at SAP.  Links & Resources Learn more about how WorkSpan helps customers accelerate their ecosystem flywheel through Co-selling, Co-innovating, Co-investing, and Co-marketing. Subscribe to the Ecosystem Aces Podcast on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcast.  Join the WorkSpan Community to engage with other partner ecosystem leaders on best practices, news, events, jobs, and other tips to advance your career in partnering. Find insightful articles on how to lead and get the most out of your partner ecosystem on the WorkSpan blog. Download the Best Practices Guide for Ecosystem Business Management  Download the Ultimate Guide for Partner Incentives and Market Development Funds   To contact the host, Chip Rodgers, with topic ideas, suggest a guest, or join the conversation about modern partnering, he can be reached on Twitter, LinkedIn, or send Chip an email at: chip@workspan.com   This episode of Ecosystem Aces is sponsored by WorkSpan.  WorkSpan is the #1 ecosystem business management platform. We give CROs a digital platform to turbocharge indirect revenue with their partner teams at higher win rates and lower costs. We connect your partners on a live network with cross-company business applications to build, market, and sell together. We power the top 10 business ecosystems in the technology and communications industry today, managing over $50 billion in the joint pipeline.

Why I Hate this Album
#154 - Machine Gun Kelly - Tickets to My Downfall

Why I Hate this Album

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 106:44


This week we're talking about the rapper turned pop-punk puppet of Travis Barker, Machine Gun Kelly and his album Tickets to My Downfall released Sept. 25, 2020. In this episode we discuss Midnight Cowboy, Nic Cage, Kal-El, the other Machine Gun Kelly, DMX, chest hair, rats, toasts, Rasputin, Kevin Smith, Barracuda, cyborgs, throbbing and so much more! Hatepod.com | TW: @AlbumHatePod | IG: @hatePod | hatePodMail@gmail.com  Episode Outline: Top of the show "Do you hate it?" Personal History History of the Band  General Thoughts Song by Song - What do they mean!?! How Did it Do Reviews Post Episode "Do you hate it?"

The Divot Room
The British Open Review and 3M Preview

The Divot Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 61:03


Cam Smith wins The Open, Tiger Woods loves St Andrews, Rory comes close, Josh Creel knocks down two eagles at Barracuda, and Grayson Murray being Grayson Murray.

Business Security Weekly (Video)
The State of Industrial Security in 2022 - Mike Goldgof - BSW #269

Business Security Weekly (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022


IIoT infrastructure protection requires immediate attention. Barracuda just released key findings from a report titled "The state of industrial security in 2022," that covers the following: • The network breaches, ransomware attacks, and other security incidents businesses are facing • The current challenges related to infrastructure protection, remote access security, and digital transformation • The solutions and strategies decision makers are using to close security loopholes and boost the protection of IIoT infrastructure   This segment is sponsored by Barracuda Networks. Visit https://securityweekly.com/barracuda to learn more about them!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/bsw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw269

Any Given Monday
Live from Barracuda Round 1: Mark Baldwin Makes the Cut!

Any Given Monday

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 16:12


Ryan French and Mark Baldwin give their instant reactions to making the cut at the 2022 Barracuda Championship. Mark's round started fast with a chip in eagle on hole 2. The guys also discuss the decision to go for the green on the par 4, 16th hole while on the cut line.  Follow along at www.firepitcollective.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cuda Confidential
Cuda Confidential (Vol. 2, Ep. 30 – How Swede It Is)

Cuda Confidential

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 30:00


Barracuda voice Nick Nollenberger sits down with Shin Larsson, Sharks' Supervisor of European Scouting, following the 2022 NHL Draft.

Brown Bag Bets
Women's Euro, Baseball, Tennis & PGA Bets for 7-15

Brown Bag Bets

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 19:28


It's finally Friday! Matt is here to talk baseball. Noops is going to have some tennis. Andy is going to give you more Barracuda bets and we wouldn't send you into the weekend without some opportunities to degen some women's soccer. 0:00 Intro 0:30 Friyay! 2:19 Barracuda 5:22 MLB 8:20 Tennis 12:37 England-N Ireland 15:10 Austria-Norway Check out our sponsor, Prophet Exchange: https://bit.ly/34NhIBO Be sure to sign up for their exclusive launch offer linked above.

Any Given Monday
Live from Barracuda Round 1: Mark Baldwin & Kevin Prise

Any Given Monday

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 21:38


On this episode of the Grind, we talk with Mark Baldwin about the struggles during the first round of the Barracuda. We are also joined by the long-time social media director of the Korn Ferry Tour, Kevin Prise.  Mark discusses his round and whether it's more frustrating not to play well or to be playing well and not get anything out of it. And his plan going into tomorrow well off the cut line. We also talk about a couple of important moments in the round.  Kevin, a golf nerd like me, talks about his love for opposite-field events. He also talks about the worst hotel he has ever stayed. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Any Given Monday
Live from Barracuda: Justin Lower & Hagan Parkman

Any Given Monday

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 19:46


The Live podcast that wasn't live. We planned to have a live video podcast, but it didn't work, so we did the next best thing.  Justin Lower is one of my favorite people in golf. He was eating lunch in player dining when Mark asked if he would join us for a podcast. He, of course, did and, as always, had such great answers.  Last week at the Barbasol Championship, he was four off the cut line with just five holes to go. All he did was birdie four of the last five to make the cut on the number. He followed that up with a pair of 66s and the best finish of his PGA Tour career. He discussed with us what that finish could mean to his career. He also dropped some huge personal news.  We were also joined by Army veteran Hagan Parkman, who works on the social media team on the Korn Ferry Tour. She tells about her unusual path to loving the game of golf.  Please give it a listen!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Any Given Monday
Live from Barracuda: Chris Hoff

Any Given Monday

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 21:43


We have all sat down and watched a Tour event. Most of us never think for a second about the logistics and planning that go into it. The entire year was spent planning for four days. On this week's episode of "The Grind," we talk with Chris Hoff, the Tournament Director of the Barracuda Championship. Hoff covered many topics, including, what defines a successful event, how a course is chosen, and what a perfect Sunday looks like. We also discussed how the Barracuda markets itself with the challenges of being an opposite-field event.   It all looks so simple on TV, but it's a culmination of a year of work—the inside info on the life of a tournament director. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Drive The Green Golf Podcast
Episode 226 – Danny Sahl

Drive The Green Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 104:27


This week, a local legend Danny Sahl joins us from Scotland to preview the 150th Open Championship. We talk about his road to caddying, being on Corey Conners bag, Sask golf, and much more. Plus, we recap both the Scottish Open and Barbasol, news from around the world, and picks for the Open and Barracuda. The post Episode 226 – Danny Sahl appeared first on Drive The Green Golf.

Alpha Theta Flow
Flow 772: The Barracuda Way with Richard Aceves

Alpha Theta Flow

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 52:05


A great catch up with one of the most unique coaches I have learnt from.  In this episode we discuss: The phylogenetic nervous system Emotional Mapping Learn more about Richard HERE Coaching Programs: www.alphathetaflow.com Book: https://www.alphathetaflow.com/product-page/minding-yourself

Prostor X
Sergei Barracuda: Drogy byly vědecký výzkum, LSD mi dalo nejvíc. Stát se pánem Ostravy byla tvrdá cesta - Prostor KVIFF X podcast

Prostor X

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022


„Kdybych nedělal hudbu, tak jsem ten, co se snaží zapadnout a nevyčnívat z davu, nebýt středem pozornosti,“ přiznává Sergei Barracuda, který ale patří k nejposlouchanějším českým rapperům a s hudebním žánrem sladil i svou excentrickou image. Nepřehlédnutelný byl proto nejen v koncentraci známých osobností na karlovarském festivalu, kde měl premiéru nový film BANGER., v němž si zahrál sám sebe. Občas se mu stane, že jde v županu pro rohlíky do Tesca a z nákupu je podpisová akce. Ve stejném ostravském hypermarketu si v patnácti pořídil za tři stovky i svůj prvním mikrofon. O tři roky později se rozhodl, že nebude Erikem Petrem, ale bude používat umělecké jméno, které zní jako značka parfému, nebo kolekce oblečení. To kdyby se rozhodl expandovat. Nebo vyšlechtit vlastní odrůdu marihuany, což je jediná droga, které zůstal věrný.

The Classic Metal Show
CMS | Proof ANYONE Can Have A Video Show Anymore

The Classic Metal Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022


On this episode of THE CLASSIC METAL SHOW, Neeley and Chris review an interview with the girls from Plush on the MUSIC ROUNDTABLE. It does not go well.NOTE: Everything said here, and on every episode of all of our shows are 100% the opinions of the hosts. Nothing is stated as fact. Do your own research to see if their opinions are true or not.#theclassicmetalshow #comedy #parody #neeley #chrisakin #shockjocks #popculture #sex #hardrock #heavymetal #celebrities #socialjustice #socialmedia #woke #politics #humor #dating #relationships

Teal Town USA
Reports: San Jose Sharks to Hire Mike Grier as General Manager - Teal Town USA

Teal Town USA

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 110:40


Live reaction from Erik Kuhre, Hockey Jerk and AJ Strong to the San Jose Sharks reportedly hiring Mike Grier as their new general manager. - The final home game for the Sharks ends in a 5-2 loss to the Anaheim Ducks - Gregor nets 2 goals in Edmonton but Oilers win 5-4 in OT - Sharks give Seattle Kraken their first shutout in team history, losing 3-0 - Sharks fan scores with subtle troll on video board - Everyone hates Vegas - Mayoral candidate forum reaction - Memories from the ‘21-'22 season and a look ahead - Vlasic's defiant exit interview - Mixed reactions to new Barracuda jerseys - Quick hits from around the Pacific Division and NHL… Playoff picks - Our NHL Bracket Challenge - win prizes! - Tweet of the week… NHL Twitter had fun this week, David Rittich did not. - and more... Teal Town USA - A San Jose Sharks' post-game vodcast, for the fans, by the fans! Subscribe to catch us after every Sharks game and our weekly wrap-up show, The Pucknologists! Remember to Like, Subscribe, and hit that Notification bell to be alerted every time we go live! Want audio only? Subscribe to our audio-only platforms below:

Alliance Aces
Does Your Ecosystem Make You Indispensable

Alliance Aces

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 32:34


Creating demand for your product is more than just selling a product.   You want customers to be the biggest advocates of your product. Having the right integration and partnerships at every level not only create a reliable service, but create fans who will take your products and run with them themselves.   Listen in as Akhil Kapoor, Vice President of Technology and Cloud Partnerships at New Relic, Inc. discusses his team's tried and true strategies for building the perfect ecosystem that will have customers coming back for more.  Join us as we discuss: Hyperscalers What it takes to be successful with cloud providers Solution development How to go to market  Here are some additional episodes featuring other ecosystem leaders that might interest you:  #121 Aligning Ecosystem Strategy with Your Customer as the North Star with Lara Caimi, Chief Partner Officer, ServiceNow  #122 There's No Easy Button For Partnering with Nicole Napiltonia, VP Of Alliances and OEM Sales, at Barracuda  #106 The Secrets to Managing Alliances Like Microsoft with David Totten, Chief Technology Officer, US Partner Ecosystem at Microsoft  #97 Why Quality Always Beats Quantity in Software Ecosystems with Tom Roberts, Senior Vice President at the Global Partner Organization over at SAP.   Links & Resources  Learn more about how WorkSpan helps customers accelerate their ecosystem flywheel through Co-selling, Co-innovating, Co-investing, and Co-marketing. Subscribe to the Ecosystem Aces Podcast on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcast.  Join the WorkSpan Community to engage with other partner ecosystem leaders on best practices, news, events, jobs, and other tips to advance your career in partnering. Find insightful articles on how to lead and get the most out of your partner ecosystem on the WorkSpan blog. Download the Best Practices Guide for Ecosystem Business Management  Download the Ultimate Guide for Partner Incentives and Market Development Funds   To contact the host, Chip Rodgers, with topic ideas, suggest a guest, or join the conversation about modern partnering, he can be reached on Twitter, LinkedIn, or send Chip an email at: chip@workspan.com  This episode of Ecosystem Aces is sponsored by WorkSpan.   WorkSpan is the #1 ecosystem business management platform. We give CROs a digital platform to turbocharge indirect revenue with their partner teams at higher win rates and lower costs. We connect your partners on a live network with cross-company business applications to build, market, and sell together. We power the top 10 business ecosystems in the technology and communications industry today, managing over $50 billion in the joint pipeline.

Talking About Cars “Classic” with Randy Kerdoon
TAC 170 - Edd China ('Grease Junkie'), Hot Rod Bob Beck

Talking About Cars “Classic” with Randy Kerdoon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 35:30


(11-14-2019) - Randy & "Hot Rod" Bob get Wheeler Dealers alum Edd China to sit in for an interview at SEMA in Las Vegas....and they did hit on Edd's "Casual Lofa", his motorized couch!! The Topics include his Lofa catching fire en route to Nevada from LA....whatever happened to his Barracuda, electric Ice cream trucks in Britian, and his book "Grease Junkie".

Craig Peterson's Tech Talk
Saving 79% on Prescriptions - Microsoft Outlook Attack in Progress! - Does Your Business Use eMail? FBI Warning

Craig Peterson's Tech Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 84:54


Saving 79% on PrescriptionsMicrosoft Outlook Attack in Progress! Does Your Business Use eMail? FBI Warning About one-third of Americans are taking a prescription drug -- And this is kind of the scary part. The average person who is on a prescription has four prescriptions and we're paying dearly for it. But mark Cuban has an answer. [Following is an automated transcript] Well, you know, I do a lot of stuff in cybersecurity and I've got a few different courses coming up. [00:00:22] And of course, we do a little bit of weekly training for anybody who's on my email list, you know, on the free list. Absolutely free as well as you get my insider show notes. And if you got my show notes, you probably noticed this. Tidbit here on Tuesday when I sent it out. And that is mark Cuban. Now for those who don't know mark Cuban, he started way back in the internet. [00:00:48] Boom days he lucked out. He had a, a company called broadcast.com. and he was able to turn that into, I think it was well over a billion dollars. I don't remember the exact amount, but it, it was a very, very big chunk of money. And then he's gone on to become an investor. You might know him as the owner of a basketball team. [00:01:10] You might have seen him on a TV show called shark tank. He's been out there and he's a bright guy. He's been helping a lot of people and causing a lot of problems too. Right. But he has a new business that he has started with his billions of dollars only. He has at least 1 billion and it's called. Cost plus drugs. [00:01:35] Now this is where it comes into affect every American, because I mentioned, you know, how many Americans are on various prescriptions? Well, many of the prescriptions that we could be taking are actually generics. So for instance, if you go to the Walmart pharmacy or Walgreens or wherever it. Be you'll find that they have options for you. [00:02:00] If the doctor says, yeah, generic's okay. They'll say, Hey, listen, I'll give you the generic and you can save a whole lot of money. I don't know if you've looked at good RX at all. But good RX. I have saved a ton of money with that. And what they do is help you find free coupons. Compare the prices at, at Walmart Walgreen, CVS Rite aid, you know, at the major pharmacies. [00:02:24] And we'll tell you where you can go to get your best deal. Plus. They also have some really cool discounts. So it, it acts kind of like a discount card. So I'm on their site right now. Good rx.com. And I look, I'm looking up their number one drug, which is Lipitor, apparently it's used for coronary art or coronary disease and high cholesterol. [00:02:51] So they're saying, well, wait a minute. Now here. You can get a few different, uh, options. I'm looking now, for instance, CVS pharmacy nor normal retail, by the way is $126 at CVS. You can get it using a good rx.com card. 76% off for $30 instead of $126. Walmart, $15. Uh, Walmart neighborhood market, $15 now, Walmart, that's what they consider to be their retail price. [00:03:27] Although, as I mentioned, some of these other ones have much, much higher retail prices. So you can see that going. For instance, for Lipitor, you might be. Paying a premium for a brand name. Now there, there's a good reason for that. There's a reason why prescription drugs can be expensive and, and they're called patent drugs. [00:03:48] And the reason they're call patent drugs is they've put a lot of money in. They've put a lot of research time. They've, they've put up with a whole lot of regulation and going back and forth with various government agencies. And they finally were able to come forward with a drug that works. Put all of that together. [00:04:09] And you've got a very expensive research and development product, right. Or project, frankly. So I don't, I don't really hold it against them. If we're having some of these drugs being rather expensive. You might remember that, uh, epi epinephrine a few years ago, this guy got a hold of the company that made epinephrine and the, um, You know, the, the whole problem with I'm looking it up right now, like EpiPens, they used to be expensive and then they became crazy expensive. [00:04:44] So let me see here, EpiPens, EpiPens, and who needs it? There's a whole lot of information. It's not telling how much they are, but he raised the price. Like what was it? 2000% or something insane, again, a prescription drug and one that some people really need in order to save their lives. You know, I'm a beekeeper, right. [00:05:08] And I used to have a really bad reaction to be stings, wasp stings. Now we just. Reaction, right. We thought at the time I was allergic, but no, it was just a bad reaction, which I still have. Right. It gets stung multiple times a year, but, uh, it still swells up. When, when, uh, our friend mark Cuban started looking at this, he said that this is kind of crazy. [00:05:31] So what he's done now is mark Cuban has built, uh, I think it's all up and running just outside of Dallas. Let's see here. Yeah. Okay. Just outside of Dallas, a huge, huge building. It's a 22,000 square foot plant. Now most of the pharmaceuticals are actually easy to make and. To make. And that's what kind of gets confusing because you've got all of the R and D and the government regulations, everything else that's expensive, but actually making them is pretty cheap, but he's built this $11 million plant near downtown Dallas. [00:06:14] And he says right now, looking at what the expenses are that Medicare could have saved as much as are you ready for this? 3.6 billion per year. Now that's where we're talking about everybody. Because if you pay taxes, you are paying for some of this Medicare money, 3.6 billion per year in savings. By buying it from cost plus drugs. [00:06:46] So there's something else I want you to check out. So the first one was good. rx.com. The second one is cost plus drugs. They have over a hundred generic prescription medications right now. And what they're doing is they're taking the actual cost of production. And I'm sure that includes right. The loan on the building, et cetera, but the cost of production, plus a 15% margin because you need to keep the lights on. [00:07:13] You need to be able to expand. Profit is not a bad word. That's how people save for retirement by investing in companies, buying stocks, and that profit then becomes their money for retirement. I think that's an important thing. So. 15% margin and an $8 pharmacy dispensing and shipping fee. That is absolutely cheap. [00:07:41] So this is, uh, Husain Liani who did the research on this? And he published it in the annals of internal medicine. Looking at that just absolutely amazing. And that's something you can do too. One third of Americans, again, we are on prescription drugs and the average person is on four. Wow. So researchers compared the price charge by cost plus drugs for 89, generic medications to the cost for the same drugs paid. [00:08:17] Medicare in 2020, they found the government program could have saved 37% on 77 generic drugs by buying from Cuban's company cost plus drugs. Once in January drug to consumer bypasses, wholesalers bypasses, pharmacies bypasses, I PA passes insurance. All of those are driving up the cost of medicine. So direct to consumer. [00:08:43] Uh, how easy could that be? And I'm on their website right now, looking at a couple of things here. Let me see, let me go back there. Cost plus drugs, and I'm believing this go to cost plus drugs.com. Yes you can. I am there as we are talking. So he's got, oh, here's one tib. Uh, which is the generic for gleek I'm. [00:09:08] Now I'm not familiar with that myself retail price, $2,502. cost. Plus, are you ready? $14. Can you believe that that is crazy. Yeah. Wow. And it'll look, it'll look different obviously, cuz it's a generic. So you saved $2,488 for a 30 count supply. That is just amazing. So when I, I, I was talking about the savings here, where. [00:09:41] Okay. They could have saved 37% on 77 generic drugs. But when you start getting into these really expensive drugs, that's where the 3.6 billion really, really starts to add up in savings. This is something so what you can do once you're on cost plus drugs.com, you can contact your doctor for a prescription. [00:10:04] They've gotta get started button. They have the strength that you want in this case, a hundred milligrams or 400, the quantity you want. And then all that has to happen is your doctor has to approve it. You pay $14 instead of $2,500 and it gets shipped straight to you. Wow. Now, is that cheaper than Medicare part B right? [00:10:28] Or your regular insurance? Wow, sure. Is just absolutely amazing. So you can find all of this stuff. This is mark Cuban doing this, and I gotta say, I am impressed. He is going to help a whole lot of people. Yeah, I'm, I'm just looking at this. Wow. Here's another one retail price. $9,600. And at cost plus drugs, you can get it for 39. [00:10:57] So there you go. Two options, mark Cuban's new venture, which is online now at costplusdrugs.com and goodrx.com. Wow. It's just amazing, right? This world. What's it coming to? Great little great little drug company. So we're gonna talk if you are a user of outlook, this is important to you because a major attack is underway. [00:11:26] Major scam underway. If you are an outlook customer, you are in the crosshairs of a very successful credential stealing campaign. So I'm gonna tell you about that, what it means, what you can do and, uh, how you can stay safe. [00:11:43] This is a very big problem for people who are using Microsoft 365, that is really common, used to be called office 365 and you pay a, a flat monthly fee, 20, 25 bucks. [00:11:59] It kind of depends on what level you get. They have some real cheap ones as well, and it lets you use all of what Microsoft used to call Microsoft office applications. And one of those applications is outlook. And I've never particularly liked. they have gotten better in recent years. And I actually do use it right now, as well as MacMail I use both of them, but there is a hack going on against Microsoft 365 and outlook customers in the us. [00:12:34] Here's what's happening. They are sending you an email and the email really does look like it's ti voicemail that somebody left. This is called a voicemail fishing attack and it follows, what's kind of a classic fishing flow. If you will, the ways they've been doing fishing here over the years, and what fishing is, is basically. [00:13:02] Getting you to bite at something that you shouldn't bite on. You, you will respond to an email. You'll click on a link. You might call a phone number. You might click on a text message. That's another one that's going around right now. How do you tell a fake text message from a real text message? And I'm afraid to say nowadays you tell by just not clicking on the links that are in text messages. [00:13:30] It's, it's so disappointing. I was talking on the radio this week. It, it, it, because it just, it bothers me so much about this very thing. I've been on the internet for decades now. Right? I, I started back in 81. I think it was maybe 80. Two and we had email and it was the best thing ever. If you had somebody's email address, you could send them a note and you'd be pretty darn sure they'd get it. [00:13:58] In fact, they probably would get it within just a few minutes and respond to you. And there, there wasn't any spam. Back then the idea was, Hey, listen, the internet is for research government research, university research, and that's the way it should stay. And indeed, we were kind of keeping it that way for, for quite a while. [00:14:21] And then some people who were marketers got on the internet. And they would start to advertise, Hey, we have a special session for you at, uh, UC Berkeley this week only $500. And of course that went be beyond what the internet was for. In fact, at the time you could not use it legally. For any sort of financial purposes. [00:14:47] So what we would do back then is we would send the script to the Monty Python routine of spam. Remember that spam, spam, and egg spam, and hands spam, spam. Uh, yeah, we would send them the whole. And they, sometimes, if somebody sent out a little thing that was trying to sell something that they should not be selling online because it was illegal to use the internet for business in case you didn't know until about 1991. [00:15:20] And that's when I started. Putting businesses online and really started focusing in on cyber security because almost immediately the bad guys started getting on there. So this is, uh, this is really what happened. This was the script, right? Uh, well, what have you got waitress? Well, there's egg and bacon, egg, sausage, and bacon, egg, and spam, egg, bacon, and spam, egg, bacon, spam, sausage, and spam spam, bacon sausages, and spam spam eggs, spam spam, bacon spam. [00:15:51] Do you remember that? So. We would send this to people who kind of broke the rules written or unwritten on the internet. And sometimes somebody would get just a hundred of these things, maybe even more. And what would happen back then of course, is it would fill up your mailbox and it would slow down your check connection. [00:16:10] Cuz a lot of us were just connected to the internet via dial up modems. So it, it really kind of hurt you to get all kinds of spam. Emails coming in. That's where the term comes from. I remember it well, so I don't care what they say on some of these websites or they're trying to do little research on it and figure it out. [00:16:31] Well, now things have gotten a lot worse because it isn't just marketers that are trying to solve something. And I don't have a problem with marketers, I guess, in a way I am one myself. Right. I, I have a business and I provide cybersecurity services. For a high net worth individuals and for businesses. [00:16:50] And if you are a regular person, you have a question. Please ask, just send an email to me, me Craig peterson.com, no matter who you are. And I will try and answer the question for you. And I have a lot of stuff that I've written over the years. That'd be more than glad to forward to you. There are some training courses that I. [00:17:10] Put together that I will be more than glad to share with you. And you probably know I did all of the training for the FBI's Ingar program for a couple of years. I, I ran that online, all of their webinars. So I've been doing this for a long time and I'm more than glad to help. That's why I am here. Right. [00:17:31] But now we got bad guys. and the bad guys are trying to get you to do something against your best interest. So in this case, what happens is you get a missed voicemail notification via email, and a lot of times it'll look pretty legitimate. It might even be coming from someone inside your company, whose account they have hacked. [00:17:57] Now on that email, there is an HTML attachment. Now HTML attachments can get past a lot of email gateway filters because they aren't in and of themselves malicious. So they're not raising big red flags for users in a, in a voicemail notification setting because that's how office Microsoft office sends you legitimate notifications. [00:18:24] Anyways. Now, these from fields are set up specifically using the organization's name. As I said, sometimes even a valid email address. Now, if you go ahead and click on that attachment, it will run a program on your computer using a language called JavaScript and that's embedded in every browser out there nowadays. [00:18:47] And that JavaScript code is going to redirect you to an attack. Controlled website. Now this website set up to get you to give up your credentials. So, what they'll do now is as you go to the website and the website might look like it's Microsoft office and it might look like it's your business website, and it'll ask you to log in. [00:19:15] It might ask you for other information as well. It is trying to get your username and password that it can then use to go after other people. You see what's happening here. So each of the URLs, these guys are creating these websites that they're sending you to are created to match the targeted company. [00:19:39] It's it's incredible how good they're getting, and they even have one of those Google recapture. Pop ups. Now this is a, an increasingly popular technique to evade these auto mail, automated URL analysis tools. So for instance, with my client, an email comes in, it goes through Cisco's. Email filter. We have an advanced email filter from Cisco, but we run our client's emails through. [00:20:10] And what happens is they look at the URLs, they visit the website that the URL PO points to, they try and verify if it's legit or not. And you you've had captures, you know, it's, um, click every box that has a bicycle in it, sort of a thing. It's kind of a touring test, test puzzle. So once this is solved, We'll tell you what happens next, cuz we're out of time right now. [00:20:36] Uh, make sure you visit me online. Craig Peter son.com. I'll keep you up to date. You can get my free newsletter and trainings. Craig Peter son.com. And I want to talk too about businesses in the, the big business of email compromise. [00:20:55] Yeah, I think most of us know what a big business is. Well, how about a business, an industry that has racked in 43 billion, according to the FBI. That's what we're talking about right now and what you can do about it. [00:21:11] We were talking about, what's been happening with Microsoft outlook users right now, a major campaign underway that has been extremely successful because these bad guys are using some rather advanced technologies. Absolutely crazy. So they get you to click. HTML link that is there while filed that is there as part of what looks to be a voicemail notification for you. [00:21:43] And then it takes you to a website that's specially crafted for you and your company. So you work@bigco.com and you click on that HTML and it'll take you to big co.com. Well, at least that's what it looks like, but it distracts you now because it wants to give you this capture as well. So this Google captures, you know, these things, these little mini touring tests, click on all of the trees in the picture, sort of a thing, right? [00:22:18] And you've got the nine things well with, uh, or maybe it's some blurred or distorted text and you have to type that in. And the whole idea behind that is normally to weed out these bots on eCommerce sites, online account sites. But what they're doing here is. They're making sure that the email, the, the software that checks the emails to make sure they are legitimate, that is going out to the big co dot or big co fake.com website. [00:22:54] They wanna make sure that that email checker does not find out that it's not the real site that you wanted to go. So the computer that's doing the checking will go to the site and it'll say, oh, there's a capture on there. And then it'll stop because it can't solve the capture. It needs you, it needs a human, right. [00:23:15] So this is kind of cool here. Uh, Eric. K. He's a security awareness advocate with no before. No. Before is a company that does training for people, for employees here about some of these, uh, these hacks and things are going on. When faced with a login prompt, it looks like a typical. Office 365 login. The person is likely to feel comfortable entering their information without looking at the browser's URL bar to ensure they are at the real login site, this familiarity and the high odds in an attended victim regularly uses office 365 for something in the Workday makes this a great Lu. [00:24:02] For attackers, this is from an article over on dark reading.com. This isn't, uh, a new technique, but let me tell you, it is B a very successful one. They have seen a resurgent, uh, resurgence of this starting a couple of years ago, back in July, 2020. And it is really targeting human nature. And of course, Microsoft 365 is quite the target. [00:24:29] So I mentioned. $43 billion industry. I'm looking right now at a public service announcement from the F FBI and they are calling business email compromise the $43 billion. Scam. This is crazy. A sophisticated scam. It targets businesses and individuals who are performing legitimate transfer funds requests. [00:25:00] It's carried out by people who are compromising legitimate businesses and individuals. Now, what they're trying to do with this business email compromise is get someone who has. Control of funds to do a transfer. What happens is they will do a little research on the business that might go to the website and see on the website. [00:25:25] Oh, let me see here. Okay. The president's name is Craig Peterson. Uh, the CFO is Mary Jane and, uh, the accounting department head is manly. And, uh, so now they got that information. So they'll go online. And to look at LinkedIn, find out who all else is at the business. Maybe things have changed, you know, maybe try and find an email address by doing an open source search for the email address of people there at the business. [00:25:57] You see where this is going here? Yeah, it, it gets pretty bad. So, uh, let's say they befriend the CEO on Facebook or on LinkedIn, but Facebook more likely, uh, and now. They're they can see on Facebook or maybe they don't even have to because your Facebook profile and posts are not hidden from the public. [00:26:20] So they just go there and, oh, let me see. Okay, great. He's gonna be out of town next week. And then what they'll do is they'll get into somebody's email account at the business. And once they're into somebody's email account, they can start looking through the emails and sending emails that look perfectly legitimate to other people within the organization. [00:26:43] Now, I, I did a whole story on television about this one on news program, and one of the people on staff, one of the talking. received an email like this, and it asked him to, uh, to buy some gift cards. This is very, very common scam right now, the gift card scam, and they try and get you to go ahead and. Buy gift cards for other people in the office are gonna have a little party and we don't want anybody else to know about it. [00:27:15] It's supposed to be a surprise. And I had some real fun with him. One of these days, I should probably share all of this in one of my newsletters. I think you guys would really appreciate it, enjoy it a little bit, but, uh, we really led them on and sure enough, you know, it was a total scam and we kept playing with them and it, it was something, any. [00:27:38] That was one thing. This is another because they will eventually get to the CFO, somebody who has the authority to transfer funds and get them to transfer funds to. Them. And then they use mules to move the money around these, uh, useful idiots who will sign up. And yeah. Yeah. It's kinda like the Nigerian scam. [00:28:05] All I need is access to your bank account and I'm gonna wire in, uh, $10,000. And I, and what I need you to do is transfer 8,000 of it over here to this PayPal account because my grandmother's dying and she needs the money. There's similar scams that are going after lonely people and getting them to send money because somebody needs an operation, et cetera. [00:28:33] So in this case with the business email compromise and the 43. Billion dollars that have been stolen from businesses. They'll usually get to the CFO and send a story like, Hey, uh, we have this new vendor and we've had 'em for three months and we haven't been paying them and we gotta make sure we pay them. [00:28:54] And, uh, we need to wire 43 million to this account that actually happened. And they did wire the money. It happened to Barbara cran, another person who wa is on shark tank. Uh, it, it happens to a lot of companies out there. And I've got a couple in the last month that we've worked with the FBI on the, these companies hear me on the radio. [00:29:21] They sent an email to me@craigpeterson.com and they had had their operating account. Emptied. Uh, the latest one is a, a lady 77 years old who had her retirement money stolen from her over $70,000. This stuff's real people. We've got to pay attention. We can't let this continue to happen. Make sure you sign up online. [00:29:48] Craig peterson.com so that you can get my insider show notes and we can keep you ahead of the bad guys. When we come back, we're gonna talk about this row overturned and what senators are asking the FTC. [00:30:05] We've got some senators who are saying they were spurred on by the row overturned. And they're asking the FTC to probe, apple and Android, and what's happening with tracking. Now I have a suspicion. That's not really right. [00:30:21] We've got, of course the recent overturn of Roe. You, you of course heard about that. it was pretty much impossible to miss if you pay any attention to the news. [00:30:36] Well, we've got three Democrat, us senators and a Democrat us representative that asked. The federal trade commission to investigate apple and Google for engaging in unfair and deceptive practices by enabling the collection and sale of hundreds of millions of mobile phones, users, data, the FTC should investigate apple and Google's role in transforming online advertising into an intense system of surveillance that incentivizes and facilitates the UN. [00:31:11] Train collection and constant sale of Americans' personal data. These companies have failed to inform consumers of the privacy and security dangers involved in using those products. It is beyond time to bring an end to the privacy harms, forced on consumers. Buy these companies. Now I have been talking about this on the [00:31:38] radio for 20 years. Because do you remember when Congress forced telephone manufacturers and cell phone companies to put GPS coordinates into the receivers, into the phones? Do you remember that you could no longer use your analog phone? You had to use digital phones under federal law. right. It, it's just amazing. [00:32:09] We can go into all of the reasons that they've given for that in the past, but anyhow, that's what they did. So immediately decades ago, now, many years ago, they started collecting data. Now it's okay for the government to collect it, even though it's illegal. For them to collect this data. So what's happening here? [00:32:30] Why have the Democrats for so long? Well, and frankly, a lot of Republicans been big on collecting data on all of us. Now, I I've gotta say when I've looked at the stats, the biggest. Purveyors of the surveillance society have been president Obama followed by president Biden. Now you could argue that president Bush was won too, because of course they passed an act that allowed for all kinds of changes in surveillance. [00:33:02] So, okay. So we'll put him in there too. So we got a Republican in there. Obama put that program that president Bush had put in place on steroids and then president Biden did the same thing. President Trump tried to cut it back because he was a victim of some of the surveillance that they were doing. So what's going on here? [00:33:25] Well, these Democrat senators are saying, uh, we don't want people who are trying to get abortions to be. okay. I can see that. Uh, I can also see that I don't want to be tracked and you don't want to be tracked. And it's one thing to have an advertiser know a little bit about us, you know, Hey, we just visited the Ford dealer and the Chevy dealer and the Honda dealer. [00:33:52] So maybe he's looking for a car let's let's try and advertise a car. Right. So Honda and Chevy and Ford all start putting ads up for you. Okay. So that's. Thing if I'm in, if I'm interested in buying a truck. Okay, great. Show me ads on a truck, but we've seen already misuses of this data over the years, one of the earliest ones I talked about here on the radio was this guy who went to an emergency room and all of a sudden started seeing ads for what you might call ambulance, chasing lawyers saying, have you been injured? [00:34:30] right. You've seen those types of ads before, but once he was in the emergency room and he was geolo geolocated in the emergency room, they started selling advertising to lawyers. I, I, I'm not real fond of that one either, but I think there's an ulterior motive here behind what these Democrats are saying. [00:34:52] If you have seen the movie 2000 mules, you understand what I'm talking about here? what ended up happening here is they looked at trillions of data points. You see, they went out and bought databases of smartphone data where these smartphones were located. And then they started doing some serious analysis on it and they were able to say, okay, this smartphone went to. [00:35:28] Different Dropboxes for the election for ballots. And in between each visit to the Dropbox, they went to a left wing organization where they did something. Right. So they, they go to a Dropbox drop off ballots and they're on video doing this, dropping off ballots. And then they go to a left wing organization and then they go drop off more ballots at a different Dropbox, and then they go back again and then it's on video. [00:36:02] And some of these people are taking pictures of them, stuffing the ballots into the box, supposedly, so they can get paid. So now there are some criminal investigations that have been started. I don't know how far they've gotten yet over some of this information that was gathered. And that was documented in the film by Danes. [00:36:24] Dusuza called 2000 mul. And if you haven't seen it, no matter what side of the aisle you want, you need to see it. Absolutely need to see. And whether you believe or not, when president Biden said that we have the best, uh, what was it? Um, election stealing organization that's ever been made? I can't remember his exact words right now. [00:36:49] Uh, he was serious about it, right? So now all of a sudden, the Democrats are concerned that people who visit abortion clinics might be tracked, cuz they could be. Right. You could buy data geotagged with an abortion clinic's location, GPS coordinates. You absolutely could do that, but that's been true for a long time. [00:37:15] Why now? Well, maybe because of Roe V Wade, but I look, of course it wasn't just that one decision that was overturned, but I, I look at some of this and really, really do wonder because it really looks like some number of people were caught illegally stuffing ballot box. So it's, it's fascinating to me that all of a sudden now out, they come with this. [00:37:45] Now apple has stopped enabling the tracker identifiers. By default, if you have an apple smartphone, it is much more. Private than the Android phones are by far, right? Google makes its money by selling your information. That's how they make most of their money. Apple makes its money by selling you services and selling you hardware. [00:38:13] so that should tell you something right there. And the fact that Senator Elizabeth Warren is one of the ones who is proposing this legislation makes you think even more about this. Now, Google, uh, this is an article from ours. Technical apparently responded to this whole concept in an article that ours was writing, saying that it's had all kinds of efforts to block apps and violate Google play policies. [00:38:41] And. the bands it's imposed on companies that are apparently sold user data, and they say Google never sells user data in the play at Google, strictly prohibits a sale of user data by developers and, uh, goes into the advertising ID. So it it's fascinating to me that all of a sudden, now the Democrats are interested in stopping the data collection. [00:39:08] It really is. I don't like it. As I said, I've talked about this for more than 20 years now on the radio. It, I think it's a real problem. This data collection, because also the federal government, even though it's illegal for them to collect information on American citizens, they do it every. And some of the largest, like the, um, immigration people, Homeland security are the biggest collector. [00:39:37] They have more information about you than anyone else. Even if you're here legally, you were born in the United States, et cetera, etcetera, because they are buying all of this information from what are called data broker. So, yeah, they say, yeah, we're, we're not collecting it. You we're forbidden by law to collect it, which is absolutely true. [00:39:59] But what they are doing is buying it from private businesses. So I think we've got to completely. Reconsider how this all works. Apple has been working on it. You can go into your apple phone and make a change, share identifier if you want to, which makes it harder to track apple also. And Google has this, as I believe is an option. [00:40:25] But apple also will give you a different Mac address every time you're connecting to wifi networks so that you can't be tracked that way. Because just, if, if you connect to the network at target the wifi at target, for instance, they will know when you return because your phone has the same Mac address that's used for the wifi. [00:40:49] So they know. They know where you go in the store. They know what you're looking at in the store, in some cases, depending on how the tracking works. So it's fascinating to me, this is a, a real privacy issue that could easily turn into something much worse because this data, this same data that's available to marketers is available to government is also available to bad guys. [00:41:17] and you talk about the ability to potentially frame someone and it, it, it just gets extremely, extremely scary. Right now, last month, more than 40 members of Congress called on Google to stop collecting and retaining customer location data, the prosecutors could use to identify women who obtain abortions. [00:41:37] Again, tied into this, uh, abortion anytime any day. Uh, and as the governor of Virginia said, even after the baby is born and delivered it, you should be able to abort it. Uh, so wherever you fall in that spectrum, obviously the Democrats in the us want abortions far more than the Europeans that every European country I can think of has much tougher restrictions on abortion than we have here. [00:42:05] But. Privacy is not an abortion issue. Hey, join me online. Craig peterson.com. Make sure you are on my email list. And, uh, you can ask any question you want. Just email me, [00:42:20] me@CraigPeterson.com. [00:42:26] I really appreciate all the emails I get from you guys. And it is driving me to do something I've never done before now. I've always provided all kinds of free information to share on my email list. Great stuff. But now we're talking about cyber punch lists. [00:42:43] So they know what's hot because who really, really tracks technology, not too many people. And I get, uh, you know, a little off put by some of these other radio hosts that call themselves tech people, and they're actually marketing people, but you. That's me. Right. And that's why, if you are on my list, you've probably noticed I'm not hammering you trying to sell you stuff all of the time. [00:43:09] It's good, valuable content. And I'm starting something brand new. Never done this before, but this is for you guys. Okay. You know that I do cybersecurity. As a business and I've been doing it now for more than three decades. I don't know if I should admit that. Right. They say, never say more than 17 years. [00:43:30] Okay. So I've been doing it for more than 17 years and I've been on the internet now for. Oh, 40 years now. Okay. Back before it was even called the internet, I helped to develop the silly thing. So over the years, we've come up with a number of different strategies. We have these things that are called plan of action and milestones, and we have all kinds of other lists of things that we do and that need to be done. [00:44:01] So what we're doing right now is we're setting it. So that you can just email me, me, Craig peterson.com. And I will go ahead and send you one of these punch lists. Now the punch lists are around one specific topic. You know, we got these massive. Punch list with hundreds and hundreds of things on them. And those are what we use when we go in to help clean up the cybersecurity in a company. [00:44:28] So we'll go in, we'll do scans. We will do red team blue team where we're attacking. We do all, all kinds of different types of scans using different software, trying to break in. We use the same tools that the hackers use in order to see if we can. Into your systems and if the systems are properly secured, so we do all of this stuff, so, and, and then it goes into all of the paperwork that needs to be done to comply with whatever it might be. [00:45:00] Right. It might be, they accept payment cards. It might be that they have hip. Information, which is healthcare information. And it might be also that they're a government contractor. So there are hundreds and hundreds of things that they have to comply with. Most of them are procedural. So we have all of this stuff. [00:45:18] We do all of this stuff. And I was talking with my wife here this last week about it and said, you. So much of this could be used by small companies that can't afford to hire my team to come in and clean things up. Right. And I don't want them to suffer. So here's what we're doing. We're starting this next week. [00:45:42] We have a punch list for you on email. So what are the things you can do should do for email? Just very, very narrow on email so that you can recognize a fishing. Email, what you might wanna do to lock down your outlook, if you're on windows or your Mac mail. So we're taking these massive spreadsheets that we have and we're breaking them up. [00:46:10] So the first one that's available to you guys, absolutely. A hundred percent free. Is the one on email. So just send me an email. Me M E Craig peterson.com. Now, remember I am, my, my business is a business to business business, right. But almost everything in these various. Punch lists applies to individuals as well. [00:46:34] So I got an email this last week from a guy saying, Hey, I'm 80 years old and, uh, retired and I don't know much about computers and that's kind of what got us thinking about this. You know, we need to be able to help him. We need to be able to help you out. Okay. And if you're a small business and we've dealt with a lot of them over the years, and as a small business, you just don't have the funds to bring in an expert, whether it's me or somebody else, although yeah. [00:47:03] What you want the best. But anyways, , it, it, uh, it is gonna allow you to do it yourself. Okay. So absolutely free. All of these punch lists on all of these topics, we're probably gonna end up with more than a hundred of these punch lists. And all you do is email me, me, Craig peterson.com. Just let me know in there what you're interested in. [00:47:29] So even if we haven't got that punch list broken down for you yet, we will go ahead and put that on the. To do right. We need the priorities. What kind of a priority should we have as we're putting these things together for free for people. Right. Uh, and the only way we know is if you ask, so the first one's on email, you can certainly ask for email. [00:47:50] We've got, as I said, more than a hundred others, that we think we're gonna be able to pull out of the exact. Plan of action worksheets that we use so that you can go through this yourself, whether you're a home user or you are a small business or even a big business, right? We we're talking with, uh, a gentleman who's probably listening right now, who has a business. [00:48:17] They have three offices, they have some requirement because of the military contracts for high level. Cyber security and it would work for him too. All right. So they, this is all of the punch list stuff. You probably know what a punch list is, right? It's using the construction industry a lot, but in our case, it's you need to do this. [00:48:39] You need to do this, you need to do this. Okay. So that's what that's all about. So enough rambling on that. It's gonna take us some time to get 'em all together. I'm also. We're gonna do more video stuff again, training. So just like on the radio show where we're talking about what's in the news, we're gonna talk about what's what's in the news. [00:49:01] When it comes to small businesses, what you should be paying attention to with of course, an emphasis on cybersecurity and we're. Putting those up on my website@craigpeterson.com. In fact, we've already got some up there already, and then we are going to also be putting them on YouTube and rumble. So if you don't like YouTube and Google, then you can certainly go to rumble. [00:49:25] You'll see them there. But if you're on the email list, I'm I'm. Starting to put links in the bottom of the emails. So you can go and watch those videos. If you are a video type person that you know, more visual. So it's, I think all good. And it's good news for everybody. And this is what happens, I think, as you get more mature, In the business. [00:49:48] Right. Um, as I said, I've been on the internet for more than 40 years, helped develop some of that software that, uh, some of it's still in use today and now it's time to do more give back. And I really am trying to give back, okay, there's this isn't. This isn't a joke. So, uh, no joke. Right. So go ahead. Email me at Craig Peterson. [00:50:12] Tell me which punch list that you would like. And I can also put you on my email list so that you get my insider show notes, and you can just do that yourself by gonna Craig Peterson dot. Com you'll see right up at the top of the page. If you scroll down a little bit, it'll kind of pop up. It's a big red bar that goes across the top. [00:50:32] I try not to be too intrusive and you can sign up there for the newsletter. So you'll get some of these trainings automatically. You'll get my insider show notes, all of this stuff. It it's absolutely free. Okay. This is my giveback to help you out. It really is. Okay. I, as I mentioned at the very beginning, I, I. [00:50:52] Peeve by some of these people that represent themselves as tech experts. And in fact, all they are are marketers. We've got a client that decided that, uh, I was too expensive. My team. So they went out and shopped around, tried to find the cheapest company they could. And so now the, the company that they're bringing in is saying, you're saying, uh, Hey, um, uh, so how does this work? [00:51:15] How do you do zero trust? Uh, why do you have a firewall here? Uh, why do you bother to have a direct fiber link between the offices? All this stuff? Well, because they need it. Okay. I get it. You use. Barracuda spam firewalls and Barracuda firewalls. It, it, yeah, this is a different league. Okay. So you are gonna be getting these punch lists from me that are really gonna help you understand and secure your systems. [00:51:47] Right? This isn't your average run of the mill so-called managed security services provider or managed services or break fix shop. You are getting it from the guy that the FBI. Ingar program went to, to do their trainings. That was me. Okay. So for two years I set up the program. I ran it. And if we ever are sitting down having a coffee or beer, sometimes I'll tell you why I left. [00:52:13] Okay. Uh, but think about FBI and I, I think you might have a clue as to why I decided not to do that anymore, but I trained thousands of businesses, government agencies, state local. Federal, you name it. So you are getting what you really need, which is another problem. I keep hearing from people, you do a search for something on YouTube or Google and you get what a million, 5 million pages, right. [00:52:43] As supposedly that it says are available and they give you, okay, here's the top one, but what you need is an integrated single way. To do things where everything works together. And that's what I'm trying to do for you guys, because there's so many little products, different products that just don't work so well together. [00:53:06] So we'll, we'll be covering that as well in these, but you gotta be on that email list. Craig peterson.com. Craig Peterson. So n.com/subscribe will take you right to the subscription page. And I'll keep you up to date. This is not my paid newsletter. All right, stick around. We'll be right back. And I promise I'll get to Russia, Russia, Russia. [00:53:33] Some of the high tech companies and others pulled out of Russia after the Ukraine invasion, but one stayed Google. What is going on with Google? And now they're in big trouble with the Russian government. Wow.  [00:53:50] Here's a list of companies according to CNET that have pulled out of Russia because you remember Russia invaded Ukraine, February 24, we had Adobe, these are the guys that make Photoshop, Adobe reader. Airbnb, Airbnb has kind of an interesting story too in Ukraine because a number quite a number of Airbnb customers went ahead and rented rooms and homes from Ukrainians, even though they had no intention of going and they told the Ukrainians, Hey. [00:54:23] I'm not gonna show up, just take this money. I'm sure you need it. Can you, can you imagine that that's fantastic. Good for them, Amazon, they suspended shipments of all retail products of customers in Russia and Bella Russ, and also suspended prime video for users in Russia. Apple stops selling its product in Russia's it's halting online transactions, including limiting apple pay. [00:54:50] It's also disabled. Some apple map features in Ukraine in order to protect civilians, Amazon web services. They don't have data centers or offices in Russia, but it's allowing new signups for the service in Russia. BMW four GM Honda. Have all scaled back their operations or stopped them. Ford suspended its operations in Russia effective immediately until further notice. [00:55:19] GM is suspending business in Russia. Honda has suspended exports to Russia, Disney halted, all theatrical releases in Russia, including the new Pixar film, turning red, also pause content DJA. The drone company that's gotten in trouble here in the us for some of its practices of sending GPS information to China while they're not doing it over there. [00:55:45] Uh, electronic arts. They make a bunch of very popular, uh, games, epic games, another one Ericson FIFA body band Russia from this year's world cup formula one canceled its plan planned Russian ground pre Fujitsu, Goldman Sachs. Now Google that's where I want to go. We'll stop at Google here for a minute. [00:56:10] Google. Suspended their ad network in Russia. And the idea was okay. Uh, we're not sure how payments are gonna work because Russia of course has had this kind of this lockdown by foreign countries on their banking system. We're not sure we can get the money out. Right. Um, uh, that's what they're apparently doing now. [00:56:36] They're still there. Google's YouTube. It's search engine on and on still running in Russia. Now that is really disturbing. If you ask me, why did they not pull out? It doesn't make sense. So Google did stop accepting new customers for Google cloud. In March. YouTube said it's removing videos at denier trivial trivialize, the Russian invasion, but what finally got Google. [00:57:09] Out of Russia, Russia seized their bank accounts. They froze, they transferred their money out of the main bank account in Russia. We're talking about a 2 billion per year business, Google Russia, that that really upsets me. So I did a little more research online about all of this, and I was really surprised to see that Ukraine now has given the Ukraine peace prize to Google. [00:57:40] and it says, uh, quote on the behalf of the Ukrainian people with gratitude for the support during this pivotal moment in our nation's history. So what is it? I, I, I'm not sure. Right? So there, uh, one of their foreign ministers, I guess, and, uh, Koran. Baha I think, uh, said thank you from the beginning of the war, Google has sought to help. [00:58:05] However, however we can through humanitarian support of our tools will continue to do as long as needed. So I dug in a little more and tried to figure out what's up. Well rush or Google left its Russian search engine online and YouTube online and was using it in Russia in order to. Control the narrative in Russia. [00:58:31] Now, unlike what they've done here in the us, where Google has been caught, many times controlling the narrative in various elections and taking certain ads and not taking others and taking certain business and not taking others, apparently in Russia, it has been. Blocking a lot of the stuff that Russia itself has been putting out. [00:58:55] So the, the federal government there in Russia. Interesting. Hey, so they also have helped Ukraine out by providing them with mapping GPS and rumor has it satellite services. Yeah. Interestingly to track Russian troop movements, uh, Al also Ukraine saying the Google news component has also been tremendously valuable. [00:59:24] Google's also helping to raise money for the cause of Ukraine. Like many companies are doing right now to help people displace due to the war and Poland. Wow. They've been doing Yemen's work and, and bringing. People in, by the millions, into Poland from Ukraine. It reminds me when I lived in Calgary, Alberta, my Cub, one of the Cub masters Cub troop leaders was a woman who came from Poland many years ago. [00:59:52] This was back during Soviet occupation of. Poland. And I, I remember talking to her about what was happening over there. Why did she leave? And it is just so, so impressive. The polls have done so much impressive stuff over the years. So they're also saying that Google's done a lot of other things in order to. [01:00:13] Help protect Ukraine, including Google's block domains. They've prevented fishing attacks against Ukraine. They've warn targeted individuals that they are being targeted. It's really something what they've done. So my first knee jerk was why is Google? Still doing business in Russia. Well, now it's become clear because they have a special page for Russians that gives correct information, at least, you know, Google's claiming it's correct. [01:00:47] Uh, I don't know which fact checkers, checkers they're using, but. That gives Russians real information about the war what's going on in Ukraine. What's happening with the Russian soldiers. Did, did you see this just this last week, apparently Russia removed the age limit for volunteers for the military. It used to be, I think it was 40 years old. [01:01:12] If you were a Russian citizen and 30 years old, if you were foreign national, now the Russian military will take anybody. Any age from anywhere. In other words, Russia is really getting kind of hard up if they want people like me, right. To fight, to fight their wars. I'm sure they don't really well. I don't know. [01:01:32] Maybe they do want me, right. That every, every war needs cannon fodder. So it is fascinating to see good job Google. I am quite impressed. I did not expect them to be doing that. They've also. Uh, uh, provided over 45 million in donations and grants to various groups. They've done pro bono work for various organizations over there. [01:02:01] So this is really, really cool. So that's it. That's what's happening over there in you? Crane and Google, you can of course, find out a lot more. Get my insider show notes. So you had all of this on Tuesday morning. You could have digested it all and be ahead of everybody else out there. And then also don't forget about my new offer here. [01:02:27] Free, absolutely free for. Asks by emailing me Craig peterson.com. I'll go ahead and send them to you, which is I think a pretty cool thing now. What am I gonna send you? Well, you gotta ask first, right? You gotta ask. And what we're gonna be doing is taking what I have been using for years to help secure my customers. [01:02:54] And we're making available for free my cyber punch lists. Craig peterson.com/subscribe. [01:03:02] Bit of a hubub here, a B Biden's infrastructure bill $1.2 trillion. And, and it's in there is this thing that Bob BARR is calling an automobile kill switch. Well, I did some more research and we'll tell you the facts right now. [01:03:19] What are you supposed to do? If you are trying to pass a bill to stop drunk driving deaths, and you've got all of the money in the world, you know, well, I guess 1.2 trillion, isn't all of the money in the world. [01:03:33] What are you gonna put in there? Well, I did a search on this and I I'm chuckling because this is craziness. This is the AP associated press. And they've got this article claim. President Joe Biden signed a bill that will give law enforcement access to a kill switch that will be attached to all new cars in 2026 APS assessment false. [01:03:59] Okay, so we've got fact checkers here while the bipartisan infrastructure bill Biden signed last year requires advanced drunk and impaired driving technology to become standard equipment in cars. Experts say. Technology doesn't amount to a kill switch. Hmm. Let me see. So I can't start the car. If the car's computer thinks I might be drunk or impaired in some other way, but that's not a kill switch. [01:04:31] What, what is that? Then if I can't start the car, because I have a disagreement with the computer. How about these people that I don't know, maybe their eyes can't open all of the way. Maybe they have problems with eyes on nystagmus, the eyes kind of jittering back and forth. Right. And now what are they gonna do? [01:04:50] Argue with the computer? That's a kill switch. I can't believe these crazy people that are like AP here, coming up with fact checking on things. So, yeah, I'm sure there's some distortions in some articles out there, but they contradicted themselves in two paragraphs. I guess they figure people are just gonna see false. [01:05:14] Okay. I'm done. They're not gonna bother reading the rest of the article. Yeah. Kind of crazy, isn't it? So according to an article written by remember former us representative Bob BARR in the infrastructure bill, is this kill switch. Now the, the big question is what is the kill switch? How far does it go? [01:05:39] So I decided, well, let's look up something I remember from years ago and that is GM GM has the OnStar system it's yet another reason I won't buy GM, there are a number of reasons, but this is another one. OnStar system, you know, they've got an advisor, isn't that great. And if your car is in a car accident, a crash that advisor can hop on and ask if you're okay. [01:06:08] And if you want emergency services coming, they'll come, uh, OnStar will call them for you. And if you are just fine, they won't bother calling. I mean, if there's no answer at all, they'll they'll call emergency services and let them know where the vehicle is. Cuz the vehicle has with OnStar built in GPS. [01:06:30] Well, one of the features of OnStar is that it can send a signal to disable cars, engines, and gradually slow the vehicle to an idle speed to assist police in recovering the vehicle. Now they will only do that at least right now for vehicles that have been reported stolen and have been confirmed by the police. [01:06:58] So in, in reality, that's kind of cool, right? It slows down. Hopefully the bad guy, if he's on the highway, makes it over to the side of the road and while the car slows down and eventually stops. So, uh, all of this stuff sounds good. This kill switch. Sounds good. Doesn't it? Because you know, we're gonna keep drunk drivers off the road. [01:07:24] Now in reality, of course, they're not gonna be able to keep drunk drivers or other impaired drivers off the road. I really don't care what kind of technology they put in. And they're not talking about putting in one of these blow in the tube, things that checks your blood alcohol level. They're talking about having a camera facing you as the driver and probably other occupants of the vehicles and that internally facing camera. [01:07:53] It's going to evaluate you. It's gonna look at you. It's gonna look at your face. Is something droopy. Are, are you kind of slow to respond? It might have a little test that it has you take right there. The, the law is very loosey goosey on any details. There really aren't any, so it's gonna be up to the manufacturer. [01:08:15] So they put this in the car step. Just like OnStar, step one, put it in the car and they'll tell you when to turn. Remember how cool that was the GPS with OnStar. And you'd say, yeah, I want to go to this address. And then the, uh, the assistant goes ahead and sense programming to your car. And now you can go and if you lock your keys in the car, they can unlock the car for you. [01:08:41] All, all kinds of cool stuff. And then next up what happens. Well, but they can stop the vehicle. So there's another technology story related to OnStar. And this is from 2009 from Kelly blue book book, OnStar stolen vehicle, slow down forts its first carjacking. So again, doesn't that sound fantastic. This was a Tahoe OnStar. [01:09:10] And, uh, the driver and his passenger forced out of the vehicle robbed by a shotgun wielding perp who then drove off in the SUV. And the OnStar dispatcher was able to locate the vehicle using GPS advised police of exact location. And as soon as the police established visual contact, the stolen vehicle slow down system is activated available on a number of GM cars and trucks. [01:09:36] Right? So this was over a decade ago. That this happened, but the technology's evolved hasn. so we initially have all of these car companies trying to decide, okay. So we've got this kill switch law, which AP says is not a kill switch law. Cuz they talk to experts just like the, what was it? 52 people, uh, heads of intelligence. [01:10:01] Committees and agencies said that this wasn't a collusion hoax, right? So they talked to experts who said, no, no, no, this isn't a kill switch, but that's today you can argue, it's not a kill switch. I would completely disagree with you. Day one. It's a kill switch cuz you can't start your car. Right. It's a kill switch. [01:10:21] A kill switch is often something you hide somewhere on the car so you can kill the engine. So it can't be stolen. It's a kill switch. Come on. People fact checkers aside. This could potentially allow law enforcement again, to shut down your car, remotely track the car's metrics, location, maybe the passenger load, because remember now cars are tracking all of this. [01:10:46] They've already been. Tickets issued by police that did not see anyone speeding. The car was not caught on a traffic camera, but they hook up a device to your car's port that talks to its computer. And the computer says, yeah, he was doing 80 miles an hour or, uh, five minutes ago. And all of a sudden you got a ticket, right? [01:11:08] Massachusetts wants to go ahead now and say, uh, yeah, yeah. Let's charge by the mile that you drive and mask. Because of course they're not getting enough revenue from gasoline because of the electric cars, right. Electric cars are not paying their fair share when it comes to road taxes. So let's do it that way. [01:11:27] So how are they gonna collect the information while. They're gonna hook up to your car's computer. The next thing coming down the road, and it's already in most cars is wireless data connectivity. You might have found already. If you have a Nissan, a Honda, many other cars that. You have to get a major upgrade. [01:11:49] It varies 600 bucks up to a few grand for an expensive car, but the two G data network, we talked about this on the show already is being completely shut down by the end of the year. So we've gotta replace it and switch you over. To the LTE data network, which of course eventually will go away as well, or at least 3g what happens once it's all hooked up? [01:12:16] Well, the next easy step is just feed all of that information straight to the government. Craig, Peter son.com. [01:12:27] If you've been afraid of ransomware before I I've got a good example for you where a whole country now has been ransom. Absolutely crazy. So we'll talk about that. What is the state of ransomware? And the NSA is asking us to trust them again. [01:12:43] Of course staying up to date means that you get my insider newsletter pretty much every Tuesday morning and, and the only way to get that is to go to Craig peterson.com/subscribe. [01:12:56] And I will keep you up to date. You'll get even more insight information. The Costa REAN government has declared a state of national emergency. And to the best of my knowledge, this is the first time a government has done this because agencies of the Costa Rican government have been hit so badly by the K ransomware. [01:13:22] That the new incoming president immediately declared a state of emergency. So now the country has expanded law enforcement powers and they are trying to go after the KTI ransomware group. Now between you and me. Good luck on that one. They are based in Russia. There's a number of different articles out this week. [01:13:44] This one from ADV Intel at tech target. But according to their research, the Kati ransomware groups attack on Costa Rican government was part of a rebranding effort. So this ransomware gang has seen a lot of their payments, just dry up. Because it's harder to get the money in. Right. And what are you gonna do with cryptocurrency? [01:14:09] If you are the KTI group, can you turn it into anything useful? Well, it kind of depends on the country you're in, but for most people, no. Okay. Absolutely. No. So we were able to knock the KTI ransomware groups. Offline. And we talked about that before here. The us government did that, but now this is marking a new chapter for the cyber crime landscape. [01:14:37] Interesting. Isn't it? So there are some investigations that have been going on. They've been trying to figure out what happened. What was the cause of the downfall of the county ransomware group? Are they really gone? Why did they pull their website offline and also. They declared publicly support for Russia in its invasion of Ukraine. [01:15:00] And so now the Canti ransomware group got hacked and held ransom. They suffered major leaks. As a consequence. So other hackers went after KTI, which is a hacking group and they, they showed here from internal in documents that were stolen, that the KTI ransomware gang's primary Bitcoin address, which was found in the leak, showed that they had taken in over 2 billion in cryptocurrency over the last five years. [01:15:34] Isn't that just amazing and anonymous leaker has published more of the gangs communications, but you know, that can help that's for sure. But you think with that much money, they'd be able to protect themselves right now on top of it, because of the hack of Costa Rica and the major damage it's caused, the us government has offered a couple of bounties here. [01:16:00] Against the KTI ransomware group. So there's $10 million available. If you can provide the feds with information about the leaders of the KTI ransomware group and $5 million that you can get leading to the arrest of anyone involved with a cont ransomware attack. Isn't that something. So ransomware has been really outta control for years. [01:16:25] There's no signs that things are actually slowing down. Definitely been enhanced law enforcement efforts to track them down. But ultimately here, the core members of these groups have been escaping these law enforcement activities. They've been using mules kinda like 2000 mules. Have you seen that movie? [01:16:46] But the idea is they get people primarily in the us cuz that's where most of the money comes from. They do ran. Of people and businesses information here. In fact, last year, it's estimated that 60%, six, 0% of small businesses were hacked, which is just crazy. Right? Well, no wonder it's got $2 billion, but. [01:17:09] What are, what are we supposed to do? What are they doing to, to, uh, really come after us? Well, they're doing many of the same things. These mules will, uh, be hired saying, Hey, I just need to, uh, use your PayPal account. And, uh, all you have to do is transfer some money. You can keep. 5%, 10% of the money I put in there. [01:17:29] And they've always got these excuses, you know, think the Nigerian email scams from years past, and frankly still kind of go around a little bit here, but large bounties are really becoming a part of the toolbox, a law enforcement's been using in the us and abroad to try and track them down. And that's really what they're hoping for down in Costa Rica, because what are they gonna do? [01:17:57] You know, frankly, really? What are they gonna do? Well, I don't know. And they obviously are relying on the United States to help them out with this. The internal structure of the K group has been highly organized. They've got the same type of structure of a legitimate corporation would have it takes its work that needs to be done. [01:18:18] They hire contractors that may not even know who they're actually working for to write small pieces of, of, uh, code here that gets tied. so it's not too surprising that a KTI affiliate is going to

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Cuda Confidential (Vol. 2, Ep. 29 – Draft Dishin')

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 30:00


Barracuda broadcaster Nick Nollenberger is joined by Sharks' director of scouting Doug Wilson Jr. in prep for the 2022 NHL Draft.

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265.6: The CFL's American Expansion Experiment - With Ed Willes [Archive Re-Release]

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 118:04


[We celebrate eminent North-of-the-border sportswriter Ed Willes' selection to the Canadian Football Hall of Fame's media wing last week - with a June 2018 archive re-release of one our most popular episodes!] As Johnny Manziel's pro football comeback journey wraps up a promising pre-season with the Canadian Football League's Hamilton Tiger-Cats, we take a moment this week to reminisce on the approaching 25th anniversary of the CFL's bold, but ultimately ill-fated attempt to bring its exciting brand of pigskin south of the border in 1993. When the NFL put the brakes on its two-year World League of American Football experiment in the summer of 1992 (which included a franchise in Montreal, dubbed the “Machine”), an economically wobbly CFL sensed an opportunity to fill the gap in US markets newly comfortable with the notion of pro football, as well as a potential growth path for the tradition-rich Canadian game to expand outside the Provinces.  In fact, two WLAF owners, Fred Anderson (Sacramento Surge) and Larry Benson (San Antonio Riders) "crossed over" to the Canadian League and were awarded newly rechristened franchises for 1993 – Anderson's Sacramento Gold Miners and Benson's San Antonio Texans.  While the Gold Miners were the only ones to make it into the following season's expanded CFL schedule (Benson literally – and ominously – left the league at the altar by bowing out the day of the league's press conference announcing the expansion), the door was open to a wild three-season adventure that brought the wide-open Canadian game to far-flung American outposts in Baltimore, Las Vegas, Shreveport, Memphis, Birmingham, and, ironically (via eventual relocation from Sacramento), San Antonio. Longtime Vancouver Province sportswriter Ed Willes (End Zones and Border Wars: The Era of American Expansion in the CFL) joins the podcast to discuss the league's short-lived American expansion effort, which then-commissioner Larry Smith had hoped to eventually encompass ten US teams in a fully expanded 20-team league.   Among the misadventures, Willes recounts: the 1995 champion Baltimore Stallions (who operated as the nickname-less “CFLers” the previous season in a trademark dispute with the NFL over the “Colts” moniker); the woefully attended Las Vegas Posse (who practiced on the Strip in the Riviera Hotel's parking lot and were forced to play their last “home” game in Edmonton); the Memphis Mad Dogs' unique approach to fitting the longer/wider CFL field into the Liberty Bowl; why football-mad Birmingham couldn't draw flies for Barracuda games once college and high school seasons started; and the “Great Tucker Caper” – featuring the infamous brothers Glieberman and their attempt to steal away the Shreveport Pirates to the greener pastures of Norfolk, VA.

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Alliance Aces

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 35:24


The customer doesn't just want to buy something. They want it to work.  Traditional GSP transactions tend to focus too much on revenue, and not enough about integrating partners from all over so that the customer isn't just buying something, but also using it.  In this episode, Michael Bruchey, Global VP Partner Solutions at SAP, shares his insights on making happier customers who are more likely to renew services and expand to other products as well. Join us as we discuss: Partner solutions that work globally and locally   Getting your customers excited about GSP Creating partners at all levels of a transactions Here are some additional episodes featuring other ecosystem leaders that might interest you: #121 Aligning Ecosystem Strategy with Your Customer as the North Star with Lara Caimi, Chief Partner Officer, ServiceNow   #122 There's No Easy Button For Partnering with Nicole Napiltonia, VP Of Alliances and OEM Sales, at Barracuda  #106 The Secrets to Managing Alliances Like Microsoft with David Totten, Chief Technology Officer, US Partner Ecosystem at Microsoft  #97 Why Quality Always Beats Quantity in Software Ecosystems with Tom Roberts, Senior Vice President at the Global Partner Organization over at SAP.  Links & Resources Learn more about how WorkSpan helps customers accelerate their ecosystem flywheel through Co-selling, Co-innovating, Co-investing, and Co-marketing.  Subscribe to the Ecosystem Aces Podcast on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcast.  Join the WorkSpan Community to engage with other partner ecosystem leaders on best practices, news, events, jobs, and other tips to advance your career in partnering. Find insightful articles on how to lead and get the most out of your partner ecosystem on the WorkSpan blog. Download the Best Practices Guide for Ecosystem Business Management  Download the Ultimate Guide for Partner Incentives and Market Development Funds   To contact the host, Chip Rodgers, with topic ideas, suggest a guest, or join the conversation about modern partnering, he can be reached on Twitter, LinkedIn, or send Chip an email at: chip@workspan.com This episode of Ecosystem Aces is sponsored by WorkSpan.  WorkSpan is the #1 ecosystem business management platform. We give CROs a digital platform to turbocharge indirect revenue with their partner teams at higher win rates and lower costs. We connect your partners on a live network with cross-company business applications to build, market, and sell together. We power the top 10 business ecosystems in the technology and communications industry today, managing over $50 billion in the joint pipeline. 

Drum Channel Podcast
S2 E10 - Brooke Colucci

Drum Channel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 30:40


Hello DC friends! This week's podcast with Billy A features one of the youngest, most talented up comers, the “Rock Angel” Brooke Colucci. Brooke C is nineteen years old with years of life experiences since posting her first video at twelve years old. A year later, her cover of a Tool's “Forty-Six & 2” hit over 12 million viewers. A co-founding member of the 4-piece young rock band Plush featuring bassist/vocalist Ashley Suppa, lead guitarist Bella Perron with co-founder guitarist/singer/songwriter Moriah Formica, who also at a young age built a huge following since appearing on NBC's TV show “The Voice, performed a video of her and Colucci covering Heart's “Barracuda,” which exploded to seven-million views. The band has been touring to promote their debut album for the past year. I've said it before and I'll say it again, “The future of rock bands is looking bright with Brooke and Plush. Let's listen in!

Locked On Sharks - Daily Podcast On The San Jose Sharks

San Jose Sharks forward Jasper Weatherby joins to discuss his path to the NHL including his time at the University of North Dakota, playing in a 5OT game and the aftermath (3:30), and his decision to sign his ELC. We examine his first training camp with the Sharks and his friendship with William Eklund (10:00), bouncing between the Sharks and the Barracuda (13:30), and the grind of a professional season (16:00). We finish by discussing a nickname (20:00). Check out the podcast on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Sharks - Daily Podcast On The San Jose Sharks
San Jose Barracuda Head Coach, John McCarthy Interview

Locked On Sharks - Daily Podcast On The San Jose Sharks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 32:13


San Jose Barracuda Head Coach, John McCarthy joins to discuss his new role and what development means to him (5:00). We discuss how his experience as an AHL player will help with his coaching (9:00), the responsibility of the new crop of players including Ozzy Wiesblatt, Tristen Robins, Daniil Gushchin, and Brandon Coe, and how their previous time with the Barracuda prepared them for this stage (15:00). We finish with pregame rituals (19:00), new Cuda digs, and JD officially puts in his application to be an assistant coach (23:00). Check out the podcast on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Steamy Stories Podcast
Summer In Maine: Part 3

Steamy Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022


Summer In Maine: Part 3. Chrissie becomes a groupie.by Member389. listen to the Podcast at Steamy Stories.“Oh my God! That was awesome. Why didn't you tell me you were a musician?” She said as people around us thanked me. I just shrugged.“I don't know, I've been playing for six or seven years. I've always loved jazz and blues. It's like a hobby to me.” I said. “My grandfather and his brother were trombone players in the Maine state band.”John went on to laud bands from the Seventies and picked out Steely Dan as the set went a smoky blue color as they played on. Chrissy curled into me leaning on my chest as we listened. I was about ready to explode with happiness. They moved on and a girl stepped forward from the backup singers with a microphone and John introduced her and mentioned the influences of the west coast moving up to the Seventies bringing us groups like Heart and they started playing Barracuda. They played a few others ending up with a Billy Joel mash up as their last song. They did Rockport State of Mind to the music of New York State of Mind. People were standing up applauding. I had to admit, John and the band did a hell of a job. They got such a long ovation that they played a two-song encore, to another long round of applause.“That was awesome!” Chrissy shouted over the applause. “I wish they did things like this back home!”“Welcome to Maine.” I said smiling.We packed up the cooler with the remains of our picnic and Chrissy folded the blanket tossing it over her arm. As we made our way back to the Jeep. I looked over to see her grinning ear to ear again.“What?” I asked.“I feel like a groupie who's going home with one of the band.” She said, causing both of us to laugh.We made our way to the Jeep and I put our stuff in the back and walked around to give her a hand into her seat. The look in her eyes was dreamy as I closed her door and walked around to the driver's side. We drove back in silence, her hand on my thigh giving it an occasional squeeze. When I pulled into the driveway she looked over at me, the expression in her eyes was full of longing. I got out and walked around the Jeep and grabbed the cooler from the back and walked around and opened her door.“Do you need a hand?” I asked softly. She just nodded looking into my eyes. She slid off the seat landing on her good foot and wrapped her arm around me.“Hang on.” I said softly. I opened the door up, turned on the light and set down the cooler. I went back out and picked her up in my arms and brought her inside. I carried her into the living room and went to set her on the couch and she tightened her arms around my neck and shook her head gently. She lifted her chin towards the bedroom.I looked into her eyes and saw her expression, it looked like a mix need and desire. I carefully passed through the bedroom door and stood beside the bed. I had a split-second notion to dump her on the bed laughing, but the look on her face told me that tenderness was needed. I set her down on her feet instead looking into her eyes. That look wrenched my heart, it said to me, “love me.” I placed my hands on her hips and drew us slowly together and I leaned forward, her hands came up and lay on my chest, grasping lightly at the fabric of my shirt as she leaned into our kiss.“Go turn off the lights.” She whispered to me. I looked into her eyes for a moment longer and noticed the corner of her mouth rise slightly as she gave me the slightest push. I nearly ran out to the kitchen, made sure the door was closed and smacked the light switch. I turned the corner from the kitchen into the living room and saw her turning to stand right where she was when I'd left the room.A small lamp with a dim bulb cast a golden glow over the room. She looked up at me standing in the doorway and the corner of her mouth twitched and she bit her lower lip and looked away. I walked back into the room and saw that she'd kicked off her shoes but nothing else had changed. I followed suit and kicked mine off as I approached her. She looked up from under a fall of hair at me still biting her lip. I reached up taking her gently by the chin and releasing the lower lip from her bite, only to capture it with mine. Her arms came up around my neck as I encircled her waist with mine as our mouths explored. Her tongue danced like a flame in a fire, scalding hot one moment and gone another. My hands slid up her waist bringing the shirt with them and I ran my hand around behind her, running my fingers gently up her spine, her skin was so soft and warm. I felt the tremor as she shivered at my touch and it brought a small smile to my lips. She kissed me deeply, our tongues twirling like skilled dancers, before she leaned back slightly raising her arms in surrender.The fabric slid up her curves giving up every beautiful inch grudgingly. The shirt was laid aside as I drank in her beauty. My fingers traced down the smooth curve of her waist, then back up her soft flat stomach with it's little silver and pink heart bangle. The thin lace did nothing to hide her excitement, her nipples pressed easily through the flimsy fabric, the small pink areola swelled slightly. The invitation was conveyed, yet I decided to wait on responding. I looked up into her eyes, her expression, soft but willing me onward, yet not giving direction. I was on a voyage of discovery, and Chrissy was letting me find my own way.I took her in my arms and kissed her again willing myself to go slowly. I broke from her lips, trailing kisses up her jaw as she tilted her head back giving complete freedom for my lips to roam. I made it to her ear, teasing the lobe with the tip of my tongue. Chrissy inhaled sharply as traced down her neck with the tip of my tongue. She reached up under my shirt running her hands over my back, pulling us together, rubbing her chest to mine. The scent of her perfume urged me on, and I surrendered greedily kissing my way down her chest. I followed the top of her bra with the tip of my tongue before sliding across the fabric and taking the nipple fully into my mouth and sucking it greedily as my hand massaged its twin. I made my way across to the other, offering the same attention to the right. Chrissy's breathing was ragged, her head tilted slightly back offering herself to me.“Take it off.” Came the urgent whisper. I pulled her towards me making my way up the other side of her neck while liberating her from the confines of lace. I pulled the fabric slowly down, dragging the lace across her hard nipples, with a whimper she bit her lower lip. Her hands slid up my back, taking my shirt with them as she lifted it over my head and threw it aside. Our skin touched, her nipples poking my chest, it felt like the heat between us was enough to start a fire.She leaned forward taking the upper hand, and in no uncertain terms let me know that it was her turn as she kissed her way from my mouth down my jaw , her hands drawing down my chest as her mouth blazed a trail to my nipple. She toyed with it, flicking it with her tongue before taking it into her mouth, causing me to gasp from the heat that enveloped me. She worked her way from one nipple to the other achingly slow.I reached between us and grasped the front of her jeans fumbling to get them unbuttoned and the zipper pulled. She took my forearms in her hands willing me to slow down.“Easy, there's no hurry.” She whispered. I calmed myself with a deep breath and unbuttoned her jeans sliding the zipper down. I parted the waist, just as she leaned down pulling them from my grasp. She trailed kisses down my chest as she began shedding my own jeans. She didn't appear to be moving quickly but had mine pushed down to my thighs quicker than I realized. My cock was as hard as old hickory, and it raised a tent in my boxers. She ran her hands down my stomach and placed them on my hips as she knelt in front of me looking up into my eyes. I know my eyes begged urgently for satisfaction, but Chrissy wouldn't have it. She saw my hands flexing as if looking to grab hold of something and took them in her hands pinning them to my hips before she leaned forward and began nuzzling my hard cock through the fabric of my boxers. She nibbled her way up the underside of my cock, her tongue occasionally lashing out for a lick. She looked up at me smiling as she pushed my hands away and began peeling my boxers down freeing me from the confines. She ran her cheek down my length, she kissed the base as she reached up beneath and took my balls in her hand massaging them as she began kissing her way up the shaft, her tongue leaving a wet trail.She stopped at the tip and cleaned up the moisture that had already begun leaking. I willed her to take me in her mouth, grab me with her hand, but she didn't, she just slowly lapped at the tip and stroked my balls. She was building me up to go off like a cannon and she knew it. Finally, she relented and took the tip in her mouth, slowly swirling her tongue around me. I pushed forward hoping she would take more of me and she backed away in equal measure. She looked up at me with a raised eyebrow as if to say, “Did you really think that would work?” She took her time making sure she never missed a spot with her tongue and lips, but never drawing me out. She just kissed and caressed her way down my length. I didn't think I could take much more when she stopped and looked up at me, her eyes smoldering in the dim light. Without a word she tilted her head slightly and bent forward taking one my balls into her mouth and began stroking it with her tongue, rolling it around her mouth. I gasped at the sensation, and I thought I would lose it right then as she let it drop from her lips.It was only then that I realized that I was shaking in anticipation. Chrissy stood slowly looking into my eyes, her lips parted slightly, and I instinctively leaned into her kiss. Her arms came up around my neck and my hands went to the waist of her jeans, two could play this game. I pushed them down to her hips, breaking our kiss with a smile. I pushed my jeans all the way off before kneeling before her and sliding her jeans down to her knees. I smiled a little wider at the pink panties with the tiger stripes and noted a large damp spot, I pushed the jeans down and she stepped out of them, they landed next to mine when I tossed them aside. She stood still, her hands at her sides as I drank in the sight of her long sun kissed legs. I ran my hands up her thighs, she was trembling under my hands. I leaned forward, placing a soft kiss on the damp spot, a soft sigh escaped her lips, as I kissed downward pushing my tongue against her through the fabric. I traced my tongue back up, she grasped my wrists urging me to pull the flimsy fabric down her hips and be done with it. I had sufficiently quelled my desire to throw her down on the bed and take her fast and hard. I was learning to enjoy taking my time.I nuzzled her tugging the panties up pulling them tighter into her crease, pressing my tongue into her through the fabric, soft moans escaped from deep in her chest. Her grip on my wrists tightened urging me to take them off, but I held fast teasing her through the fabric until she let out a pleading moan. I loosened my hold and let her hands push mine down, her panties sliding down with them. The scent of her arousal caused a wave of urgency to hit me, and I inhaled deeply reigning it in. I turned her slightly setting her on the edge of the bed. I slipped between her spread legs and began teasing her kissing my way down and stopping, working my way down the other side of her. It wasn't long that I felt her leg wrap around my head, and her fist grab my hair that she'd had enough teasing and she needed release.She laid back pulling me down into her, as soon as I dipped my tongue to her molten center her back arched and she let out a feral growl. Her hips lifted grinding herself into my probing mouth, and I did my best to stoke the fire, tongue dancing over slippery flesh, relishing every moment of pleasure I could give her. Her hips began to buck as I locked my lips around her clit attacking it with my tongue and she began to cry out as her back arched. I did my best to keep her at that edge and let the pleasure wash over her. She slowly settled back down her body relaxed while she gasped for air.She took my head in her hands and drew me up over her languid body. I took the time to kiss my way up as she drew my face to hers. Her eyes were still closed but her lips didn't miss their mark as kissed my forehead first and worked her way down my face, our tongues wrestling like lovers.“Well you've certainly become skilled at that.” She sighed.“To become truly skilled at anything, you must love what you're doing.” I replied softly, conveying an adage one of my old teachers used often.“Do you love what you're doing?” She asked between kisses.I smiled and let out a low chuckle. Our bodies melted together, her legs parted and wrapped around my hips, and I entered her slippery warmth. Neither of us were in a hurry as we sampled each other's body. The heat kept building like a fanned fire and I began stroking longer, and pushing deeper, her legs urging me on, her tongue tracing down my ear as she whispered encouragement. I kissed and nibbled down her neck, as I reached beneath her, taking her shoulders in my hands I held her in place as the pace of my strokes became more insistent. She started to whimper, her lips parting and she began moaning, spurring me on. She gasped and cried out arching her back offering herself even wider to me and began shaking. The end was near for me as I too groaned and drove forward, pulling on her shoulders, pressing into her as hard as I could. I erupted deep inside her, arching my back as we both gasped for breath.I slid off lying beside her still gulping air. Chrissy rolled up onto her elbow and laced her leg between mine, rubbing her knee against my thigh as she leaned down and kissed me. Her hand ran up and down my sweat slicked chest as she stole every gasp for air I made.“I'm not sure if I'm an excellent teacher or you're an excellent student, but wow!” She said. She rolled off the side of the bed saying she'd be right back. A cool breeze blew, and I felt myself shiver.“Oh shit!” I whispered looking down and my spent cock laying on my stomach drying. So many things started racing through my mind.Chrissy padded back into the bedroom, a towel in her hand. She crawled up onto the bed smiling at me and leaned down for a kiss.“I'm so sorry.” I nearly cried. She just looked at me, one eyebrow raised.“See how easy it is to forget?” She replied softly, knowing instinctively what I meant. “Why do you think I just went and washed up. I didn't want to be sleeping on the wet spot.” She grinned.“What if…” I started and she leaned down covering my mouth with hers.“Don't worry,” she whispered, “the lesson I wanted you to take away from that first day was that it's your responsibility to remember to cover your member.” She giggled.She let out a deep sigh. “I don't exactly go around jumping into bed with just anybody, despite what you may think of me.” Her expression turned serious. “I'm disease free, I got checked out a few months ago, and don't worry, I can't get pregnant.” There seemed to be something left unsaid, she just sighed again.She proceeded to use the towel to clean me up, without saying anything more. I reached up and gently lifted the hair away from her face, but she didn't look up from what she was doing. She was looking at what she was doing, but she was a million miles away. I slowly slipped the towel from her hand and pulled her down to me wrapping my arms around her. She nestled herself against me hugging me tightly as I turned off the lamp. I ignored the wet feeling on my chest.“Are you awake?” She whispered. I had been in one my half-awake moments when she asked. I opened my eyes, and noticed it was still dark outside.“Yea.” I replied softly as I kissed her shoulder. I realized I was spooning her and tightened my hold just a bit.“I'm sorry about earlier, how I reacted.” She sighed deeply.“You've got nothing to be sorry for.” I whispered softly in her ear before giving it a nibble.She started playing with my hand, tracing the fingers with hers, slipping hers beneath mine and I closed my hand around hers gently.“If you don't want to talk about it…” I started.“No. I don't mind.” She replied twisting her head speaking over her shoulder. I ran my fingers down the length of hers resting where the ring would be and rubbed slow circles. I felt her little smile and quick gust of breath rather than saw it. “Right to the point. Ten years, damn that sounds like a long time. I just realized you probably don't have any idea how old I am, do you?”“Doesn't matter.” I said kissing her shoulder and up the side of her neck.“Last summer I came home from my shift at the hospital early, nearly caught him in the act with a friend of mine. It was pretty obvious what was going on. I found out it had been going on for a while by then.”“What a dirt bag.” I said, my grip upon her tightened a little in response. “A guy like that doesn't deserve someone like you. Did you leave him that day?”“Leave him? I threw him out, both of them actually.” She said. A few moments went by before she started again softly. “One woman wasn't enough for him, or maybe I wasn't enough for him.”“Hey now. Don't start talking like that. Where one man sees a rock, another sees a diamond.”Chrissy busted out laughing. “Where in the hell did you hear that?”I started laughing along with her. “Probably on TV or in a magazine.” I took her hand in mine and ran it down her stomach and began circling slowly with our fingers entwined.She took a deep breath. “You're a subtle one, you are. She's ten, her name is Emily, and she's the most wonderful little girl in the world.”“Where is she now?” I asked, scared to hear bad news.“Summer camp in western Pennsylvania. My folks are picking her up when the session ends.”I kept rubbing slow circles and flicked her little silver heart belly button ring gently. “No more?”“No.” She said softly. “After Emmy something went wrong with the plumbing, I had to have surgery.”“It sounds like it's time to move on, start over.”“Yea, it's taken a year and a lot of prodding from family and friends, but I think it's time. This trip was going to be a little solo adventure. My total lack of grace and dexterity landed me on my ass for two weeks.” She chuckled.“Well it looks like you're doing well. You've had a passionate love affair with a hot, young stud. What else is there?”She giggled. “I'm not sure I'm done with that part yet.” She ran her hand down behind her finding my hardness in the dark gently rubbing it.“Yay for me.” I whispered. She wiggled away from me and rolled over to face me, our lips met in a deep kiss.“Me too.” She said between kisses.She pushed my shoulder back laying me flat on the rumpled sheets, she climbed on me straddling my hips as we made out like teenagers. I must have nudged her just right a few times.“Somebody is looking for a little more action.” She grinned as she reached down between us lining me up and slipping down slowly. A soft hum of approval vibrated from her throat, or was that me? I couldn't tell. Our bodies rocked slowly like a boat on a gentle swell. Our pace built slowly, savoring the feeling of just being together. She sat up and began pushing herself down harder on me as I raised my hips to meet each with a firm thrust. We were in no hurry, but passion quickly set the pace and we were both moaning loudly, her body began to shake in my hands. I knew I wouldn't last much longer and was thankful as she leaned forward and tightened her grip on me. She threw her head back and moaned deeply as she ground herself on my cock. Her whole body shook as the wave of her orgasm crashed over her, I couldn't hold out any longer and lifted my hips and erupted in her again.She laid down on my chest panting.“I love you.” I whispered softly, kissing the top of her head.Morning Reality Hits.I woke to an obnoxiously loud seagull squawking outside. I took a deep breath and stretched and felt rumpled sheets next to me. I blinked away the fog from my eyes and noticed I

Alliance Aces
Unlimited Partnerships for Success in Business

Alliance Aces

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 39:19


Partnerships drive solutions.  If you have a goal to be everywhere, your business can get there by developing and nurturing real-world, end-to-end partnerships.  Today's guest, Glen Straub, VP of Business Development at Foursquare, has scaled 550 different partnerships across data, products, sales, distribution, and markets.  Join us as we discuss: What to look for when you need a partner to go to market with How to build an ecosystem of partnership culture in a company The value of partnerships forged and seasoned over time  Here are some additional episodes featuring other ecosystem leaders that might interest you: #121 Aligning Ecosystem Strategy with Your Customer as the North Star with Lara Caimi, Chief Partner Officer, ServiceNow  #122 There's No Easy Button For Partnering with Nicole Napiltonia, VP Of Alliances and OEM Sales, at Barracuda  #106 The Secrets to Managing Alliances Like Microsoft with David Totten, Chief Technology Officer, US Partner Ecosystem at Microsoft  #97 Why Quality Always Beats Quantity in Software Ecosystems with Tom Roberts, Senior Vice President at the Global Partner Organization over at SAP.  Links & Resources Learn more about how WorkSpan helps customers accelerate their ecosystem flywheel through Co-selling, Co-innovating, Co-investing, and Co-marketing.  Subscribe to the Ecosystem Aces Podcast on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcast.  Join the WorkSpan Community to engage with other partn er ecosystem leaders on best practices, news, events, jobs, and other tips to advance your career in partnering. Find insightful articles on how to lead and get the most out of your partner ecosystem on the WorkSpan blog. Download the Best Practices Guide for Ecosystem Business Management  Download the Ultimate Guide for Partner Incentives and Market Development Funds To contact the host, Chip Rodgers, with topic ideas, suggest a guest, or join the conversation about modern partnering, he can be reached on Twitter, LinkedIn, or send Chip an email at: chip@workspan.com   This episode of Ecosystem Aces is sponsored by WorkSpan.  WorkSpan is the #1 ecosystem business management platform. We give CROs a digital platform to turbocharge indirect revenue with their partner teams at higher win rates and lower costs. We connect your partners on a live network with cross-company business applications to build, market, and sell together. We power the top 10 business ecosystems in the technology and communications industry today, managing over $50 billion in the joint pipeline. 

Cuda Confidential
Vol. 2, Ep. 27 - Coe Show (6/3/22)

Cuda Confidential

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 30:00


Barracuda broadcaster Nick Nollenberger sits down with Sharks' forward prospect Brandon Coe to talk about his breakout season in the OHL, winning the OHL's Overage Player of the Year award and the Sharks Prospect of the Year award, and beginning his pro career next season.

Gamereactor TV - English
Razer Barracuda Pro - Quick Look

Gamereactor TV - English

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 9:15


Craig Peterson's Tech Talk
Using Punchlists to Stop Ransomware

Craig Peterson's Tech Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 82:36


Using Punchlists to Stop Ransomware I really appreciate all of the emails I get from you guys. And it is driving me to do something I've never done before now. I've always provided all kinds of free information. If you're on my email list, you get great stuff. But now we're talking about cyber punch lists.  [Automated transcript follows] [00:00:16] Of course, there are a number of stories here that they'll come out in the newsletter or they did, excuse me, go in the newsletters should have got on Tuesday morning. [00:00:26] And that's my insider show notes, which is all of the information that I put together for my radio appearances radio shows. And. Also, of course, I sent it off to the hosts that these various radio stations. So they know what taught because, oh, who really tracks technology, not too many people. And I get a little off-put by some of these other radio hosts, they call themselves tech people, and they're actually marketing people, but. [00:00:57] That's me. And that's why, if you are on my list, you've probably noticed I'm not hammering you trying to sell you stuff all the time. It's good. Valuable content. And I'm starting something brand new. Never done this before, but this is for you guys. Okay. You know that I do cybersecurity. As a business and I've been doing it now for more than three decades. [00:01:22] I dunno if I should admit that right there. Say never say more than 17 years. Okay. So I've been doing it for more than 17 years and I've been on the internet now for. Oh, 40 years now. Okay. Back before it was even called the internet, I helped to develop the silly thing. So over the years, we've come up with a number of different strategies. [00:01:43] We have these things that are called plan of action and milestones, and we have all kinds of other lists of things that we do and that need to be done. So what we're doing right now is we're setting up. So that you can just email me M e@craigpeterson.com. And I will go ahead and send you one of these punch lists. [00:02:09] Now the punch lists are around one specific topic. We've got these massive. Punch lists with hundreds and hundreds of things on them. And those are what we use when we go in to help clean up the cybersecurity and accompany. So we'll go in, we'll do scans. We will do red team blue team, or we're attacking. [00:02:30] We do all kinds of different types of scans using different software, trying to break in. We use the same tools that the hackers use in order to see if we can. Into your systems and if the systems are properly secured, so we do all of this stuff and then it goes into all of the paperwork that needs to be done to comply with whatever might be, it might be, they accept payment cards. It might be that they have. But information, which is healthcare information. And it might be also that they're a government contractor. So there are hundreds and hundreds of things that they have to comply with. Most of them are procedural. So we have all of this stuff. [00:03:13] We do all of this stuff. And I was talking with my wife here this last week about it and said, yes, That's so much of this could be used by small companies that can't afford to hire my team to come in and clean things up. And I don't want them to suffer. So here's what we're doing. We're starting this next week. [00:03:36] We have a punch list for you on email. So what are the things you can do should do for email? Just very narrow on email so that you can recognize a Fisher. Email, what you might want to do to lock down your outlook, if you're on windows or your Mac mail. So we're taking these massive spreadsheets that we have and we're breaking them up. [00:04:03] So the first one that's available to you guys, absolutely. A hundred percent free. Is the one on email. So just send me an email. Me M e@craigpeterson.com. Now, remember I am, my business is a business to business, but almost everything in these various. Punch lists applies to individuals as well. [00:04:27] So I got an email this last week from a guy saying, Hey, I'm 80 years old and retired and I don't know much about computers. And that's what got us thinking about. No, we need to be able to help him. We need to be able to help you out. Okay. And if you're a small business and we've dealt with a lot of them over the years, and as a small business, you just don't have the funds to bring in an expert, whether it's me or somebody else, although yeah. [00:04:56] You want the best anyways. It it is going to allow you to do it yourself. Okay. So absolutely free. All of these punch lists on all of these topics. We're probably going to end up with more than a hundred of these punch lists. And all you do is email me M e@craigpeterson.com. Just let me know in there what you're interested in. [00:05:19] So even if we haven't got that punch list broken down for you yet, we will go ahead and put that on the. To do right. We need the priorities. What kind of a priority should we have as we're putting these things together for free for people. And the only way we know is if you ask, so the first one's on email, you can certainly ask for email. [00:05:39] We've got, as I said, more than a hundred others, that we think we're going to be able to pull out of the exact. Plan of action worksheets that we use so that you can go through this yourself, whether you're a home user or you are a small business or even a big business, we were talking with a gentleman who's probably listening right now, who has a business. [00:06:06] They have three offices, they have some requirement because of the military contracts for high level. Cybersecurity. And they would work for him too. All right. So they, this is all of the punch list stuff. He probably know what a punch list is. It's used in the construction industry a lot, but in our case, it's indeed to do this. [00:06:27] You need to do this, you need to do this. Okay. So that's what that's all about. So enough rambling on that. It's going to take us some time to get them all together. I'm also. And then her do more video stuff again, training. So just like on the radio show where we're talking about what's in the news, we're going to talk about watch what's in the news. [00:06:49] When it comes to small businesses, what you should be paying attention to with of course, an emphasis on cyber security and. Putting those up on my website@craigpeterson.com. In fact, we've already got some up there already, and then we are going to also be putting them on YouTube and rumble. So if you don't like YouTube and Google, then you can certainly go to rumble. [00:07:14] You'll see them there. But if you're on the email list, Starting to put links in the bottom of the emails. So you can go and watch those videos. If you're a video type person that you know, more visual. So it's, I think all good. And it's good news for everybody. And this is what happens, I think, as you get more mature, In the business. [00:07:36] As I said, I've been on the internet for more than 40 years, helped develop some of that software that some of it's still in use today and now it's time to do more give back. And I really am trying to give back, okay, there's this isn't. This isn't a joke. No joke. So go ahead. Email me at Craig Peterson. [00:07:57] Tell me which punch list that you would like. And I can also put you on my email list so that you get my insider show notes, and you can just do that yourself by going to Craig Peterson. Calm. You'll see right up at the top of the page. If you scroll down a little bit, it'll pop up. It's a big red bar that goes across the top. [00:08:17] I try not to be too intrusive and you can sign up there for the newsletter. So you'll get some of these trainings automatically. You'll get my insider show notes, all of this stuff. It's absolutely free. Okay. This is my give back to help you out. It really is. Okay. As I mentioned at the very beginning. [00:08:37] Peeve by some of these people that represent themselves as tech experts. And in fact, all they are marketers. We've got a client that decided that I was too expensive. My team. So they went out and shopped around, tried to find the cheapest company they could. And so now the company that they're bringing in is saying, you're saying Hey so how does this work? [00:08:59] How do you do zero trust? Why do you have a firewall here? Why do you bother to have a direct fiber link between the offices? All this stuff? Because they need it. Okay. I get it. You use. Barracuda spam firewalls and Barracuda firewall holes it, yeah, this is a different league. Okay. So you're going to be getting these punch lists from me that are really going to help you understand and secure your systems. [00:09:29] This isn't your average run of the mill, managed security services provider or managed services or break fix shop. You're getting it from the guy that the FBI. InfraGuard program went to, to do their trainings. That was me. Okay. So for two years I set up the program. I ran it. And if we ever sitting down and having a coffee or a beer, sometimes I'll tell you why I left. [00:09:53] Okay. But think about FBI and I think you might have a clue as to why I decided not to do that anymore. I trained thousands of businesses, government agencies, state local. Federal, you name it. So you're getting what you really need, which is another problem. I keep hearing from people, you do a search for something on YouTube or Google and you get what a million, 5 million pages, as supposedly that it says are available and they give you, okay, then here's the top one. But what you need is an integrated, single. To do things where everything works together. And that's what I'm trying to do for you guys, because there's so many little products, different products that just don't work so well together. [00:10:46] So we'll be covering that as well in these, but you gotta be on that email list. Craig peterson.com. Craig Peterson, S O n.com/subscribe. We'll take you right to the subscription page and I'll keep you up to date. This is not my paid newsletter. All right, stick around. We'll be right back. And I promise I'll get to Russia. [00:11:12] Some of the high-tech companies and others pulled out of Russia after the Ukraine invasion, but one stayed Google. What is going on with Google? And now they're in big trouble with the Russian government. Wow  [00:11:28] here's the list of companies according to seeing that, that have. Out of Russia because you remember Russia invaded !Ukraine, February 24, we had Adobe, these are the guys that make Photoshop, Adobe reader. Airbnb has an interesting story too in Ukraine because a number of quite a number of Airbnb customers went ahead and rented rooms and homes from Ukrainians, even though they had no intention of going and they told the Ukrainians, Hey. [00:11:59] The I'm not going to show up, just take this money. I'm sure you need it. Can you imagine that? But that's fantastic. Good for them, Amazon. They suspended shipments of all retail products at customers in Russia and Bella ruse and also suspended prime video for users. Apple stopped selling its product in rushes. [00:12:21] It's halting online transactions, including limiting apple pay. It's also disabled. Some apple map features in Ukraine in order to protect civilians, Amazon web services. They don't have data centers or offices in Russia, but it stopped allowing new signups for the service in Russia. BMW for GM, huh? I have all scaled back their operations or stopped them. [00:12:49] Ford suspended its operations in Russia effective immediately until further notice. GM is suspending business in Russia. Honda has a suspended exports to Russia, Disney halted, all theatrical releases in Russia, including the new Pixar film, turning red, also pause content DJI. The drone company that has gotten in trouble here in the U S for some of its practices of sending GPS information to China while they're not doing it over there. [00:13:20] Electronic arts. They make a bunch of very popular games, epic games, and other one Erickson, FIFA body band Russia from this year's world cup formula one canceled its plan planned Russian grump, pre Fujitsu, Goldman Sachs. Now Google that's where I want to go. We'll stop at Google here for a minute. [00:13:44] Google. Suspended their ad network in Russia. And the idea was okay. We're not sure how payments are going to work because Russia of course has had this kind of this lockdown by foreign countries on their banking system. We're not sure we can get the money out. That's what they're apparently doing now. [00:14:08] They're still there. Google's YouTube it search engine on and on still running in Russia. Now that is really disturbing. If you ask me, why did they not pull out? It doesn't make sense. So Google did stop accepting new customers for Google cloud in March. YouTube said is removing videos at denier trivial trivialize, the Russian invasion, but what finally got. [00:14:42] Out of Russia, Russia seized their bank accounts. They froze them. They transferred their money out of the main bank account in Russia. We're talking about a $2 billion per year business, Google Russia, that really upsets me. So I did a little more research online about all of this, and I was really surprised to see that you crane now has given the Ukraine peace prize to Google. [00:15:12] And it says, quote, on the behalf of Ukrainian people with gratitude for the support during this pivotal moment in our nation's history. So what is it? I'm not sure. So they're one of their foreign ministers, and Karen. I think I said, thank you. From the beginning of the war, Google has sought to help power. [00:15:35] However we can through humanitarian support of our tools, we'll continue to do as long as needed. So I dug in a little more and tried to figure out what's up. Russia or Google left its Russian search engine online and YouTube online and was using it in Russia in order to. Control the narrative in Russia. [00:15:59] Now, unlike what they've done here in the U S where Google hasn't been caught, many times controlling the narrative in various elections and taking certain ads and not taking others and taking certain business and not taking others, apparently in Russia, it has been. Blocking a lot of the stuff that Russia itself has been putting out. [00:16:23] So the federal government there in Russia. Interesting. Hey, so they also have helped you crane out by providing them with mapping GPS and rumor has it satellite services. Yeah, interest in it to track Russian troop movements. All also Ukraine saying the Google news component has also been tremendously valuable. [00:16:51] Google's also helping to raise money for the cause of Ukraine. Like many companies are doing right now to help people displace due to the war and Poland. Wow. They've been doing yeoman's work and bringing. People in, by the millions, into Poland from Ukraine or reminds me when I lived in Calgary, Alberta, my Cub, one of the Cub masters Cub troop leaders was a woman who came from Poland many years ago. [00:17:18] This was back during Soviet occupation. Poland. And I remember talking to her about what was happening over there. Why did she leave? And it was just so impressive. The polls have done so much impressive stuff over the years. So they're also saying that Google has done a lot of other things in order to. [00:17:39] Help protect Ukraine, including Google's blocked domains. They've prevented phishing attacks against Ukraine. They warned targeted individuals that they are being targeted. It's really something what they've done. So my first knee jerk was why is Google? Still doing business in Russia while now it's become clear because they have a special page for Russians that gives correct information, at least, Google is claiming it's correct. [00:18:13] I don't know which fact-check teachers checkers they're using. That gives Russians real information about the war what's going on in Ukraine. What's happening with the Russian soldiers. Did you see this? Just this last week, the apparently Russia removed the age limit for volunteers for the military. [00:18:35] It used to be, I think it was 40 years old. If you were a Russian citizen and 30 years old, if you are a foreign national, now the Russian military will take any. At any age from anywhere. In other words, Russia has really getting hard up if they want people like me to fight their wars. [00:18:54] I'm sure they don't really want, I don't know. Maybe they do want me, that every war needs cannon fodder. So it is fascinating to see good job Google. I am quite impressed. I did not expect them to be doing that. They've also. Provided over $45 million in donations and grants to various groups. [00:19:18] They've done pro bono work for various organizations over there. So this is really cool. So that's it. That's what's happening over there? Yeah. Crane and Googled, you can of course, find out a lot more. Get my insider show notes. So you had all of this on Tuesday morning. You could have digested it all and be ahead of everybody else out there. [00:19:43] And then also don't forget about my new offer here. Free, absolutely free for anyone. Asks by emailing me@craigpeterson.com. I'll go ahead and send them to you, which is I think a pretty cool thing now. What am I going to send you? You got to ask first, right? You got to ask. And what we're going to be doing is taking what I have been using for years to help secure my customer. [00:20:14] And we're making available for free my cyber punch lists. Craig peterson.com/subscribe. [00:20:22] Bit of a hub-bub here. Biden's infrastructure bill $1.2 trillion. And it's in there is this thing that Bob Barr's calling an automobile kill switch. I did some more research and we'll tell you the facts right now.  [00:20:39] What are you supposed to do? If you are trying to pass a bill to stop drunk driving deaths, and you've got all of the money in the world, Joe I guess 1.2 trillion, isn't all of the money in the world. What are you going to put in there? I did a search on this and I'm chuckling because this is craziness. [00:20:59] This is the AP associated press. And they've got this article claiming. President and Joe Biden signed a bill that will give law enforcement access to a kill switch that will be attached to all new cars in 2026 APS assessment false. Okay. So we've got fact checkers here while the bipartisan infrastructure bill Biden signed last year requires advanced drunk and impaired driving technology to become standard equipment in cars. [00:21:31] Experts say. Technology doesn't amount to a kill switch. Let me see. So I can't start the car. If the car's computer thinks I might be drunk or impaired in some other way, but that's not a kill switch. What is that? Then if I can't start the car, because I have a disagreement with the computer. How about these people that I don't know, maybe their eyes can't open all of the weight. [00:21:59] Maybe they have problems with eyes on nystagmus though. Eyes jittering back and forth. And then now what are they going to argue with the computer? That's a kill switch. I can't believe these crazy people that are like AP here, coming up with fact checking on things. So yeah, I'm sure there some distortions in some articles out there, but they contradicted themselves and to bear graphs, I guess they figure people are just going to see false. [00:22:30] Okay. I'm done. And they're not going to bother reading the rest of the article. Ah, Kind of crazy, isn't it? So according to an article written by member, former us representative Bob BARR in the infrastructure bill, is this kill switch. Now the big question is what is the kill switch? How far does it. [00:22:55] So I decided let's look up something I remember from years ago and that is GM has the OnStar system it's yet another reason I won't buy GM, there are a number of reasons, but this doesn't, it. OnStar system, they've got an advisors and that grade, and if your car is in a car accident, a crash that advisor can hop on and ask if you're okay. [00:23:22] And if you want emergency services coming, they'll come OnStar. We'll call them. And if you are just fine, they won't bother calling. If there's no answer at all, they'll call emergency services and let them know where the vehicle is because the vehicle has with OnStar built-in GPS. One of the features of OnStar is that it can send a signal to disable cars, engines, and gradually slow the vehicle to an idle speed to assist police in recovering the vehicle. [00:23:58] Now they will only do that at least right now for vehicles that have been reported stolen and have been confirmed by the police. So in reality, that's cool, right? It slows down. Hopefully the bad guy, if he's on the highway, makes it over to the side of the road and while the car slows down and eventually stops. [00:24:22] So all of this stuff sounds good. This kill switch. Sounds good. Doesn't it? Because we're going to keep drunk drivers off the road. Now in reality, of course, they're not going to be able to keep drunk drivers or other impaired drivers off the road. I really don't care what kind of technology they put in. [00:24:44] And they're not talking about putting in one of these blow in the tube, things that checks your blood alcohol level. They're talking about having a camera facing you as the driver and probably other occupants of the vehicles and that internally facing camera. Is going to evaluate you. It's going to look at you. [00:25:07] It's going to look at your face. If something droopy, or are you slow to respond? It might have a little test to that. It has you take right there. The law is very loosey goosey on any details. There really aren't any, so it's going to be up to the manufacturer. So they put this in the car step. [00:25:28] Just like OnStar, step one, put it in the car and they'll tell you when to turn you remember how cool that was the GPS with OnStar. And you tell ya, I want to go to this address. And then the assistant goes ahead and sends programming to your car. And now you can go. And if you lock your keys in the car, they can unlock the car for you. [00:25:51] All kinds of cool stuff. And then next up what happened. But they can stop the vehicle. So there's another technology story related to OnStar. And this is from 2009 from Kelly blue book, OnStar stolen vehicle slowed down Fort it's first carjacking. So again, doesn't that sound fantastic. And this was a Tahoe OnStar. [00:26:18] And the driver and his passenger forced out of the vehicle robbed by a shotgun wielding perp who then drove off in the SUV. And the OnStar dispatcher was able to locate the vehicle using GPS advice please, of exact location. And as soon as the police establish visual contact, the stolen vehicle slowdown system is activated available on a number of GM cars and trucks. [00:26:43] So this was over a decade. That this happened, but the technology's evolved. Yeah. So we initially have all of these car companies trying to decide, okay, so we've got this kill switch law, which AP says is not a kill switch law because they talk to experts just the, what was it? 52 people heads of intelligence. [00:27:08] Committees and agencies said that this wasn't a collusion hope, right? So they talked to experts who said no, this isn't a kill switch, but that's today you can argue, it's not a kill switch. I would completely disagree with you. Day one. It's a kill switch. Cause you can't start your car. It's a kill switch. [00:27:25] I kill switch is often something you hide somewhere on the car so you can kill the engine. So it can't be stolen. It's a kill switch. Come on. People fact checkers aside, but this could potentially allow law enforcement again, to shut down your car. Remotely track the cars, metrics, location, maybe the passenger load, because remember now cars are tracking all of this. [00:27:51] They've already been. Tickets issued by police. The did not see anyone speeding. The car was not caught on a traffic camera, but they hook up a device to your cars port that talks to its computer. And the computer says, yeah, he was doing 80 miles an hour, five minutes. And all of a sudden you got a ticket, right? [00:28:12] Massachusetts wants to go ahead now and say, ah yeah. Let's charge by the mile that you drive in mass. Because of course you're not getting enough revenue from gasoline because of the electric cars, electric cars are not paying their fair share when it comes to road taxes. So let's do it that way. [00:28:32] So how are they going to collect the information while. And they're going to hook up to your car's computer. The next thing coming down the road in it's already in most cars is wireless data connectivity, or you might've found already. If you have a Nissan, a Honda, many other cars. You have to get a major, upgrade it very 600 bucks up to a few grand for an expensive car, but the two G data network. [00:29:02] And we talked about this on the show already is being completely shut down by the end of the year. So they've got to replace it and switch you over. To the L G E data network, which of course eventually will go away as well, or at least three G what happens once it's all hooked up? The next easy step is just feed all of that information straight to the government. [00:29:26] Craig peterson.com. [00:29:30] If you've been afraid of ransomware before, I've got a good example for you where a whole country now has been ransomed. Absolutely crazy. So we'll talk about that. What is the state of ransomware? And the NSA is asking us to trust them again. [00:29:47] Of course staying up to date means that you get my insider newsletter pretty much every Tuesday morning. [00:29:54] And the only way to get that is to go to Craig Peterson.com/subscribe. And I will keep you up to date. You'll get even more insight information. The Costa Rican government has declared a state of national emergency. And to the best of my knowledge, this is the first time a government has done this because agencies of the Costa Rican government have been hit so badly by the Conti rants. [00:30:24] That the new incoming president immediately declared a state of emergency. So now the country has expanded law enforcement powers and they are trying to go after the Conti ransomware group. No between you and me. Good luck on that one. They are based in Russia. There's a number of different articles out this week. [00:30:47] This one from ADV Intel at tech target. But according to their research, the Conti ransomware groups attack on Costa Rican government was part of a rebranding effort. So this ransomware gang has seen a lot of their payments, just dry up. Because it's harder to get the money in. And what are you going to do with cryptocurrency? [00:31:11] If you're the Conti group, can you turn it into anything useful? It depends on the country you're in, but for most people, no. Okay. Absolutely. No. So we were able to knock the Conti ransomware groups website. Offline. And we talked about that before here. The U S government did that, but now this is marking a new chapter for the cybercrime landscape. [00:31:38] Interesting. Isn't it? So there are some investigations that have been going on. They've been trying to figure out what happened. What was the cause of the downfall of the Conti ransomware group? Are they really gone? Why did they pull their website offline and. They declared publicly support for Russia in its invasion of Ukraine. [00:32:02] And so now the Conti ransomware group got hacked and held ransom. They suffered major league. As a consequence. So other hackers went after Conti, which is a hacking group and they showed here from internal documents that were stolen, that the Conti ransomware gangs primary Bitcoin address, which was found in the leak, showed that they had taken in over $2 billion in cryptocurrency over the last five. [00:32:35] Isn't that just amazing and anonymous leaker has published more of the gangs communications, that can help the mass for sure. But you think with that much money, they'd be able to protect themselves right now on top of it, because of the hack of Costa Rica and the major damages, because the U S government has offered a couple of bounties here. [00:33:00] Against the Conti ransomware group. So there's $10 million available. If you can provide the feds with information about the leaders of the Conti ransomware group and $5 million that you can get leading to the arrest of anyone involved with a Conti ransomware attack. Isn't that something. So ransomware has been really out of control for years. [00:33:25] There's no signs that things are actually slowing down. Definitely been enhanced law enforcement efforts to track them down. But I'll ultimately here, the core members of these groups have been escaping these law enforcement activities. They've been using mules like 2000 mules. Have you seen that movie? [00:33:46] But the idea is they get people primarily in the U S because that's where most of the money comes from. They do rent. Of people and businesses information here. In fact, last year, it's estimated that 60%, six, 0% of small businesses were hacked, which is just crazy. No wonder has got $2 billion. Okay. [00:34:07] What are we supposed to do? What are they doing to really come after us? They're doing many of the same things. These mules will be hired saying, Hey, I just need to use your PayPal account. And all you have to do is transfer some money. 5%, 10% of the money I put in there. And they've always got these excuses, think that I, Jerry, an email scams from years past, and frankly still go around a little bit here, but large bounties are really becoming a part of the toolbox, a law enforcement's been using in the us and abroad to try and track them down. [00:34:44] And that's really what they're hoping for down in Costa Rica, because what are they going to do? Frankly, really what are they going to do? I don't know. And they obviously are relying on the United States to help them out with this. And the internal structure of the Conti group has been highly organized. [00:35:03] They've got the same type of structure of legitimate corporation would have it takes it to work that needs to be done. They hire contractors that may not even know who they're actually working for to write small pieces of a code here that gets tied. So it's not too surprising that a Conti affiliate is going to go far enough to cause a national emergency to be declared. [00:35:30] One of the things that Conti has done and some of these other ransomware companies have done companies gangs. They have ransomware as a service. So there's all of these people that are affiliated with Conti and all you have to do is get the Conti ransomware onto someone's computer and ta-da, they will pay you. [00:35:54] It's really that simple. They've got tech support for the people that are ran through there. They got ransomed to help them supposedly pay, right? How do I buy Bitcoin? And they'll walk you through. And then they will help you with restoring your files. Hopefully they can be restored. They are, they can't always be restorative. [00:36:15] I think right now the latest number I saw. How about 60% of people who have their data encrypted and ransomed are in fact able to get that data, but there's 60% of the data back. So that's not too big a deal, but Conti operates on affiliate. And this affiliate that went ahead and grandson and our friends in Costa Rica is called UNC 1 7 5 6, uncles, 7 56. [00:36:51] They're also suspected in other attacks on government servers, including a theft of intelligence materials. Peru. And this attacker has already leaked information stolen from Costa Rica and it's on the Conti ransomware dark web portal, which is online. And after the former president of the country refused to pay a $10 million ransom demand, they started leaking the data. [00:37:17] So in this case, focus has been on the national government agencies. They are potentially looking at what might you might call espionage, but these Conti ransomware affiliates have become famous for really quickly exploiting new vulnerabilities as they're published and being indiscriminate in who they attack, because $2 billion. [00:37:39] And then the other part that I think is really interesting here. W we're talking about money, we're talking about real money, obviously, Conti deals almost exclusively in Bitcoin, which can be hard to turn into hard currencies, but that our friends in Costa Rica have said, no we're not going to. [00:37:59] Knowing what has been stolen and what they no longer have access to. In fact, the president said that the company, the country Costa Rica is effectively at war. Now, they got a foothold Conti did in 27 agencies at different levels of the. And the yeah. Okay. So Conti is say, I'm looking at an article in the register here. [00:38:26] Conti is apparently has made more than 150 million from a thousand plus victims while we know it's actually 2 billion, but it depends on the timeframe that they're talking about. And the Conti says that they are determined to overthrow the government by means of a cyber attack. We've already shown you all the strength and power. [00:38:45] You have introduced an emergency. It's really quite something. Now I mentioned earlier today that I am. Taking all of the cyber security stuff that we have been using here over the years. Things like our plan of action and milestones documents and all of this stuff we use to run our projects for our customers. [00:39:11] It's the real stuff, people. And remember, I've been doing the cyber securities. Since the early nineties, so we know what we're doing, I know what I'm doing and I'm making it available for free. Okay, guys, you just have to send me an email me@craigpeterson.com. So the first cyber punch list that we have that available, and all you have to do is ask for it again. [00:39:37] Me, M e@craigpeterson.com is the. Email punch list. So with this punch list, I go through the things that you need to do. In order to secure your email and be more or less secure in your email. Now, I don't know about you. I do not like these long diatribes. I have a book behind me that is hardening windows 10 and it is in a four inch binder. [00:40:14] Cited. There are thousands of recommendations in there from Microsoft. There's a lot that needs to be done. So what I've done is boiled it down to the most important things. And as I said, it's available for absolutely. Free for you. It really is. If you're a listener, just email me M e@craigpeterson.com. [00:40:38] You can ask me to add you to my insider show notes and my little three minute trainings that we do every week. You can also ask for a cyber punch list that you might need. So it's just, okay, we need to do this. You need to do that. You need to do this. You need to do that. So it makes it very straightforward. [00:40:57] I'm trying to. To be, to see about any of this, but we have had amazing feedback on this from companies over the years, and now it's available to you for $0. Okay. So make sure you check it out. Craig peterson.com and you can always email me M e@gregpeterson.com as well. Thanks for taking a little time with me today and look for me online. [00:41:24] Look for my emails and if you would please. Thumbs up on your favorite podcasting platform, YouTube or rumble or subscribe. Thanks. [00:41:37] We're going to talk about the Senate bill that has big tech scared, really scared. I'll talk about a new job site problem for a number of different industries because of hackers and cloud, the cost and reliability. [00:41:53] This tech bill. It has the Senate really scared. [00:41:57] He is frankly, quite a big deal for those of you who are watching over on of course, rumble or YouTube. I'm pulling this up on this screen. This is an article. ARS Technica and they got it originally from wired it's it was out in wired earlier in the month. And it's pointing out a real big problem that this isn't just a problem. [00:42:23] This is a problem for both the legislature. In this case, we're going to talk about the Senate and a problem for our friend. In big tech. So let us define the first problem as the big tech problem. You're Amazon. You are Google. Those are the two big targets here of this particular bill. We're going to talk about, or maybe your Facebook or one of these other Facebook properties, et cetera. [00:42:50] If you are a small company that wants to compete with any of these big guys, What can you do? Obviously you can do what everyone's been telling us. Oh, you don't like the censorship, just make your own platform. And there've been a lot of places and people that are put a lot of money into trying to make their own platform. [00:43:12] And some of them have had some mild successes. So for instance, I'm on. You can watch my videos there. And there have been some successes that rumble has had and making it into kind of the competition to YouTube. But YouTube is still the 800 pound gorilla. Everybody wants to be where the cool kids are. [00:43:32] So for most people. That YouTube. They look at YouTube as being the popular place. Thus, we should be, we are obviously saw the whole thing with Elon Musk and Twitter, and the goings on there. And Twitter really is the public square, although it's died down a lot because of this censorship on Twitter. [00:43:52] Interesting. So as time goes forward, these various big companies are worried about potential competition. So how do they deal with that? This is where the real problems start coming in because we saw Amazon, for instance, in support of an internet sales tax. You remember that whole big deal. The internet had been set aside saying, Hey, no states can tax the internet and that's going to keep the internet open. [00:44:21] That's going to help keep it free. And people can start buying online. And that worked out fairly well. A lot of people are out there, why would Amazon support a sales tax on the internet? They are the biggest merchant on the internet, probably the biggest merchant period when it comes to not just consumer goods, but a lot of goods, like a staples might carry for business. [00:44:45] So they'd have to deal with what they're 9,000 different tax jurisdictions in the United States. And then of course all these other countries, we're not going to talk about them right now, but the United States 9,000 tax jurisdictions. So why would Amazon support an internet sales tax when there's 5,000 tax jurisdictions? [00:45:10] The reason is it makes life easier for them when it comes to competition. So if you are a little. And do you want to sell your widgets or your service? Whatever it might be online. You now have to deal with 9,000 tax jurisdictions. It's bad enough in the Northeast. If you are in New Hampshire, if you live in New Hampshire and you spend more than, I think it's 15% of your time south of the border and mass, then mass wants you to pay income tax for that 15% that you are spending your time there. [00:45:48] Now they do that with the. Baseball teams with football teams, hockey, you name it, right? So the big football team comes into town. The Patriots are paying the New York jets or whatever it might be. The Patriots have to pay New York state taxes, income tax now because they stepped foot in New York heaven forbid that they try and do business there and help New York state out. [00:46:12] And they now have to pay income tax. Now they only have to pay income tax for, or for the amount of time. They're more New York. Various states have various weirdnesses, but if you're only playing 1, 2, 3 dozen games a year, It isn't like your normal work here, which is 2080 hours. We're talking about their plane to New York and they're only spending maybe 10 hours working in New York, but that represents what percentage, 10, 20, 30% of their income, depending on how many games they play and how they're paying. [00:46:45] And so they got to keep track of all that and figure it out. Okay. We played in New York, we played in New Jersey. We're in mass. We were they weren't in New Hampshire, certainly the Patriots plane, but they got to figure it all out. Guess what? Those big pay. Football players, hockey, baseball. [00:47:03] They can afford to have a tax accountant, figure it all out and then battle with them. I had a booth one time at a trade show down in Connecticut. Didn't say. Thing it was terrible trade shows, man. They aren't what they used to be. And they haven't been for a long time. This is probably a decade plus ago, maybe even 20 years ago. [00:47:26] So I had a little booth, we were selling our services for cybersecurity and of course, nobody wanted to bother pain for cybersecurity who needs it. I haven't been hacked yet. Although there's an interesting article. We'll talk about next week based on a study that shows. Small businesses are going out of business at a huge rate because of the hacks because of ransomware. [00:47:49] And if you're worried about ransomware, I've got a really great little guide that you can get. Just email me, me@craigpeterson.com. I'll send it off to you, right? It's a free thing. Real information, not this cruddy stuff that you get from so many marketers, cause I'm an engineer. They'll go out of business. [00:48:10] So they figured I haven't got a business yet, not a big deal. And so no body. There's big trade show. And I was so disappointed with the number of people that even showed up for this silly thing. So what happens next while I get back to the office and about a month to two months later, I get this notice from the state of Connecticut they're tax people saying that I haven't paid my Connecticut taxes yet. [00:48:37] And because I was in connected. I should be paying my income tax for that day that I spent and wasted in Connecticut. Oh. And plus every company in Connecticut that I'm doing business with now, I need to collect their taxes and pay them the taxes that I'm collecting for those Connecticut businesses are resident. [00:48:59] I didn't sell a thing. You know what it took almost, I think it was three or maybe four years to get the state of Connecticut to finally stop sending me all of these threatening notices because I didn't get a dime from anybody in Connecticut. So I'd love the internet from that standpoint saying you don't have to collect taxes in certain cases, certain states, et cetera, unless you have a legal nexus or a legal presence there in the state. So back to Amazon, Amazon loves the idea of having everything on the internet packs. They love the fact that there's 9,000 plus tax jurisdictions. When you get right down to city, state county Lilian, either local taxes, or you look at those poor residents of New York state, or they're poor residents out in Washington state that have to worry about that, right? [00:49:52] There's county taxes, state sales tax. City sales tax, and income taxes are much the same, the, all of these crazy cities and states around the country. Yeah. The ones that are in serious trouble right now, they are those same ones. Those particular jurisdictions are hard to deal with. So from Amazon standpoint is just like the Patriots football players. [00:50:17] We've got plenty of money. We've got teams of lawyers. We have all kinds of accountant. We can handle this and you know why Amazon really loves it because it provides another obstacle for any competitors who want to enter the business. That's the real reason, so many big businesses don't go ahead and charge you serious money so that they can use that money against you. [00:50:48] Okay. You see where I'm going with this? Because if you want to start a business that competes with Amazon, if you want to have a doilies, you're making doilies. My grandmother used to make them all the time and she had them on the toilet paper in the bathroom, little doily holders. Doilies everywhere. [00:51:06] And then of course, the seashells shells on top of the toilet paper holders. If you want to do that and sell it, how are you going to deal online with 9,000 tax jurisdictions? All what you're going to do is you're going to go to Etsy, or you may be going to go to Amazon marketplace and sell your product there. [00:51:25] An Amazon marketplace. So Amazon is taking its cut out of it at is taking it's cut off. And you still ultimately have some of that tax liable. Amazon loves it. It's the same reason you see these groups forums, right? Barbers saying, oh, we've got to be regulated. Really you need to have a regulation in place for barbers. [00:51:49] You need to have licensing for barbers. Why do they do that? They do that. Not just barbers, right? It's all of these licensures and various states. They do that really to keep people. To keep their prices high. That's why they do it because someone can't just put up a sign and say, Hey, I am now a barber. [00:52:10] Come get a haircut. And if you don't like the barber, if they do a lousy job, you go elsewhere. We don't need all of the bureaucracy on top of this to enforce licensure. Anyways, when we get back, let's talk about that Senate. It's a big deal. And I am coming down in the middle of this thing. Hey, visit me online. [00:52:30] Sign up right now. Craig peterson.com and get my special report on passwords. [00:52:38] We just talked about why big business loves regulation. It helps protect them from up and coming small business, frankly, let's look at this bill, the Klobuchar and Grassley just introduced in the Senate. [00:52:54] I am coming down in the middle of this bill. And let me tell you why we really do have a problem with some of these big businesses. [00:53:04] For those of you who were watching here on rumble or YouTube, I'm going to pull this up. This is an article that was originally in wired and is in ARS Technica, great website. They got lots of good information and the title of the bill is a Senate bill that has big texts. So the question is why now are ours technical? [00:53:27] I'm going to scroll this down so you can see what they are saying. They're claiming that this is really apocalyptic that frankly the people who are pushing against this bill are obviously the wrong people and everything else. But I love this point here. This is from a senior VP of policy at Yelp. [00:53:50] You can see this on my screen. Luther Lowe. And he's talking about this bill. Actually one of two. Antitrust bills is what they're called in the us. There's voted out of committee by a very strong bi-partisan vote. And the other bill is to regulate app stores and there's issues with that too, that we won't really be talking about today, but they have to do with protecting you the consumer. [00:54:19] If you can load any app you want from any app store on the internet, on your iPhone, is your iPhone still? Versus having to get it from apple. We're not talking about that one right now. This is Congress's shot here to stop big tech companies from abusing what they're calling a gatekeeper status. [00:54:42] So we're going to talk about that. What is this gig key keeper status? What does that mean? So Luther low back to him, VP of policy at Yelp long time ago. Antagonist says it, the ball game. That's how these guys stay big and relevant. If they can't put their hand on the scale that it makes them vulnerable to small and medium-sized companies eating their market share. [00:55:11] Isn't that what I was. Protecting themselves, protecting themselves against the small startups. And if you've got government regulation on your side, you can just hammer them with the fact that, Hey, you guys aren't compliant, right? If you've got some major government regulation to just look at what happened with Elon Musk, when he said I'm going to buy Twitter, all of a sudden his. [00:55:40] And he, his Twitter account has problem. All of a sudden what w what his money has prompted. All of a sudden when Elon Musk's that I'm going to buy Twitter, the government started investigating Tesla. It's amazing. How these people work and how they think. It's just, it's absolutely amazing. [00:56:00] So they use these big companies, use government to beat other people over there. It's like my example of the barbers, right? Do we really need licensing for barbers? Do we really need to have a barber board that oversees barbers? If someone harms you, there are laws against that. No. When I was, for 10 years, I was in EMS. [00:56:26] I was a volunteer EMT. You guys know that emergency medical technician and my wife was. And if we were to cut someone's hair without their consent, that would be considered assault, even battery in some cases. So there's laws on the book to protect your hair. Okay. Need laws about barbers? We don't need laws about so many things. [00:56:52] The government sticks its fingers in. And so what is it? Stick his fingers in here. What are they trying to do? Let me pull that up on this screen for you. Senators Amy Klobuchar and Chuck Grassley, CR grassy, I should say, who were our, excuse me. So are the top Democrat and Republicans on the Senate judiciary committee are saying, Hey, we need to regulate how Amazon, how Google and these others can use their position in order to. [00:57:30] Keep their fingers off the scale. So bottom line, that, that sounds like a pretty good idea to me. And that's the thing that fits on the bumpers bumper stickers, stop Google from putting their thumb on the scale. Stop Amazon from putting the thumb on the scale because we have. [00:57:47] Actual problems with this. We have seen where people who are using Amazon marketplace to sell their stuff. Why would they do that? Obviously they've got to pay a percentage to Amazon plus depending on how your business operates, you have to pay Amazon to warehouse. You're good. Just for you. You have to pay Amazon for all the logistic services for shipping, for moving around between Amazon warehouses and then for selling it, it can get pretty darn expensive. [00:58:20] Okay. Amazon charges, that seems pretty fair to me, right? The libertarian mindset. Where's the problem. I don't see the problem, Craig. The problem is that Amazon has. Own products that they want to sell more than half of what's on the Amazon store is actually sold by third parties. And we've talked about that before. [00:58:42] We talked about problems with that before, but that means that what almost half of it is sold by Amazon. So Amazon has a number of brands. Last I checked, it was a few dozen brands that don't look like they're Amazon. There's a home services brand. There's a place that sells couches or Chesterfields depending on where you're from. [00:59:06] There's a whole bunch of different businesses, clothing, businesses, et cetera, that are actually Amazon who might've bought a company or they saw. That accompany was doing really well in their marketplace by selling item X. So what do they do? They go ahead and say, okay we're going to start making an item X, see where the problem comes in. [00:59:29] So Amazon is using these small businesses that put everything on the line, right? They might have their house leveraged to the max. They might have sold their house and living with somebody else, apartments are too expensive. The cash to get their business going. They scraped the money together. [00:59:46] Maybe they had to pay $5,000 to have a mold made injection mold, and then they have the stuff made in the U S or in China, or there they're trying to print it on a 3d printer for the. Concept. And they'd go through a number of different iterations of trying to make that product work and consumers to like it. [01:00:07] And consumers give them feedback saying, what, if this was a quarter in smaller or moved over there on the product, that would just be so much more useful. So they add that they had the engineering time, they've invested quarter million dollars. Easily to get the product off the floor to get it out there and people start buying it. [01:00:29] Where are they selling it? They got to really sell it on Amazon marketplace because who else are you going to go to for logistics, sales, support, everything else. And not to mention the tax jurisdictions that want to collect money from you. And then Amazon comes out with a competing. Is that enough to drive you crazy. [01:00:51] Now we've seen this forever in the software industry. Microsoft has done this for years. Apple does it to I'm looking at a screen right here in front of me. I hooked up to an apple mini. Some of the side card functions and stuff. They were developed by a third party that spent their blood, sweat, tears, and money on developing it. [01:01:16] And then along comes a big guy and you're out of business. We've got to finish this up. We will do that. When we get back, what's a Senate doing actually here. And what does it mean to you and me? Hey, visit me online. Craig peterson.com. Get my insider information for free. [01:01:38] We just talked about how big business uses its advantages to crush potential competition. Crush them. And it's a shame and it's happened to me and many people I know, and now the Senate's getting involved and making things worse. [01:01:55] This happened to me a number of years ago, and I will never forget it. [01:02:00] It was a really big lesson for me. I had designed and written a computer system that would take the code that it was written for a much older system. And run it for much less money. So bottom line here, this was a system called Cade computer assisted data entry that was made by Sperry way back in the day. [01:02:25] Yeah. I've been in there for that long and they had little programs, so they would not punch cards, but punch right on two tapes, those big nine track tapes and that information would then be used for processing later on then. People, big businesses grocery stores, you name it. We're using that Sperry system. [01:02:48] And I designed a system that would take their COBOL is what it was. It was a form of COBOL code from this cage system. And you could use my code to compile it and run it on a Unix system. So the cost involved here was that it would be cheaper to buy a whole new Unix computer and buy new terminals and do some slight training changes. [01:03:18] But the key punch operators would be exactly the same keystrokes as they were already used to. Okay. So you know how fast they were, so it wouldn't slow than none at all. And their cost would be. Then just the maintenance contract on the old Sperry cage. Very cool stuff. And I worked really well. [01:03:38] Then I worked with a couple of sales guys at spirit because Barry had a Unix tower system. It was a mini computer that was Unix space. And I had one, I had saved up my money. We bought this thing. It was a lot of money nowadays. It'd be about a hundred thousand dollars I spent on that system and it was really great. [01:04:00] Cool. So some grocery stores started using it. They used it to build the space shuttle to design it and send it into space. RCA, Astro space used it, my system, which is all really cool. So Sperry was interested in it saying, okay let's do this. Now. I had flown myself across the country too, because I was in California at the time to do some of this work for. [01:04:25] The for RCA Astro space for the space program and help make sure it was working and get it installed, help them configure it and everything else. So I had a lot of time, a lot of money, a lot of effort into this. It was a big venture. So Sperry invited me down to their headquarters down in blue bell, Pennsylvania to talk about this. [01:04:50] And I was so excited because their sales guys wanted to sell it. They gave me some free space in a booth in Las Vegas. So I was in the Sperry booth with them and, say, yeah, you can buy this. And you're using the Sperry, the new Sperry hardware. And I went down there and talked with them. [01:05:10] They never did anything with me, or, here's a huge investment young guy. And all of this stuff just worked and they had proof of concept. They had a couple of customers already using the system and it never materialized. And then about a year and a half later, I found out Sperry had tried to duplicate my system and had messed it up terribly. [01:05:35] It wasn't keystroke compatible. So anyone using the new Sperry system, they had to learn. Okay. So I got to hit this and I got to go over here and I got to click on this. Are you kidding me using a mouse? Aren't you not? These are data entry operators. They just go all day long, just typing and. [01:05:52] They had stolen my ideas. They messed it up. They didn't do as good a job as I did, which turns out it's pretty common. And they had stolen it. They stolen years of my life. So I've seen that before with me. I've seen Microsoft do that with friends of mine, and I've seen apple do it with various products that they've decided to release. [01:06:17] They all do it. Why do you think these businesses can not spend money on research and development, and yet at the same time, stay in business as technology's continuing to move forward? Why? The reason is. They don't have to do, or why would we do T wait a minute. Now, all we have to do is either buy the company or steal the product just re-engineer. [01:06:44] Oh. And if we want to buy the company, we can do what Microsoft has been accused of doing again and again, which is. We'll just Microsoft. Let's see here. I like that database is pretty darn cool. So here's what we're going to do. So Microsoft announces, Hey, we're going to have a competitor to that in coming out soon. [01:07:03] And then they sit there and they wait and they say, okay, how many people are going to ask about, oh wow. A lot of people asking for it. In the meantime, that company that had that great little database soft. Trying to sell it. And people are saying, wait, Microsoft is going to come up with a version of this. [01:07:18] I'm just, I'm going to wait. We can wait a few months. Let's see what Microsoft. So that poor company is now seriously struggling because this big company came out and made the announcement that they're going to do something like this. And then that small company gets a knock on the door. Hey, we're Microsoft or company X. [01:07:41] And we like your product. Wow. Okay. So we're going to do a buyout. We're going to we're just, oh, this is going to be fantastic. I might have to sign what a two year contract non-compete and help them manage it. Okay. We can deal with this. And then they find out that company X says Your company is not worth that much anymore. [01:08:02] Your sales look at their sales here, man. They've gone way down. Okay. So let me see let's do a nickel on every dollar evaluation you had a year ago. This happens every day, worldwide in America, it should never happen to anyone. And as you can tell, it upsets me. So what are Klobuchar and Grassley doing here? [01:08:30] Amy, when she was running for president, she made this big deal. I'm going to pull us up on my screen. Those of you who are watching on rumble or YouTube. And you can find all of that in my website, Craig peterson.com can see here. So they are trying to protect the American consumer, right? Yeah. [01:08:49] Yeah. That's it. They're gonna protect us. And so what they're doing is saying that. Would a rule ruin Google search results because that's what Google says. Is it going to bar apple from offering new features, useful ones on the iPhone? How about Facebook? Will it stop them from moderating content? So the legislation's core idea is we will just. [01:09:17] The marketplace take care of things. We're not going to let Amazon put their products in the product listings before third parties, but how are you possibly going to be able to regulate that stuff you can't, you can regulate it talking about a bureaucracy. You'd probably need one about as big as the federal government is right now. [01:09:41] And the federal government needs to be cut back in a major way. There's this two months. How about the 150 million Americans? This article brings that up to that are currently using Amazon prime, even though the price one hump. And they have it free to prime members. It's this is a big deal. [01:10:00] The bill doesn't mention prime. Doesn't mention Google by name, Amazon. But this is going to be a nightmare to enforce the bill is not specific enough. It should be voted down. And between you and me, I don't know what can be done about this other than to have additional marketplaces show up online. And you know what the conservative social media sites are starting to win. [01:10:29] So maybe there's hope. [01:10:32] We've got two things we're going to talk about right now. One of them is tech jobs. And man, is there a lot of scamming going on there as you might expect in the second is cloud, are you looking at cloud services? Hey, a home or business. [01:10:48] You can see this. I'm going to pull this up on my screen for those watching on rumble or on YouTube, but this is a big problem. [01:10:58] And we've seen this again and again right now, they're going after certain workers in the chemical. The sector, but it isn't just the chemical sector. What we've seen is the bad guys going after anyone that's applying for a job. So let me give you a few tips here. First of all, you should not be pain to apply for a job. [01:11:25] We see that all of the time when it comes to the head hunting firms, what. Is, they will charge the business who is looking to hire someone that makes sense to you. They'll hire they'll charge the business. So oftentimes it's a percentage of the annual salary committee where from usually 20% up to a hundred percent or more, depending on the position. [01:11:49] And boy can, they make a lot of money, but they don't necessarily place. People, but you know how it is right now, there, there can be quite a few. So people have been applying for jobs to make a lot of money and not realizing that fee that supposedly they have to pay is illegitimate. So remember that. [01:12:10] Okay. The second thing has to do with this particular scam, because what they're trying to do is. Into some of these companies. So they will send a thing out saying, Hey, on my head hunter, I'm here for you. We're going to get you this job you need to apply. Are you interested in a new job now? I've seen some stats online saying that somewhere around 30 plus percent of people are looking or at least open to. [01:12:45] Take getting a new job, which means a lot more are looking for jobs. Now I have to add to that, that the people who have jumped ship over the lockdown period really are not happy. The majority of them wish they had stayed where they were at. So keep that in mind too. But what they'll do is they'll say, Hey, listen. [01:13:07] Oh, there's this new feature on LinkedIn. By the way, you can say y'all are, I'm interested in looking for a job. I forget exactly what it says, but it goes around your picture and I have it up there because I'm a contractor, I go to businesses and I'm. To harden their cybersecurity. And we usually start slowly, especially with some of these startups we're doing work with right now where they won't, they go from a completely flat network and it's all engineers and I don't want anything hindering anything. [01:13:39] And so you got to work with them and it's just, we had a time sort of a thing. Okay. I just had this one thing this week. And then move on to one thing next week as well. So that's what I do for a living. And a lot of people are looking on LinkedIn and other places to find people who can be a chief information security officer. [01:14:01] So I'm what you call a fractional chief information security officer. I do this under contract and I've been doing contracts and contract work for. I don't know if I shouldn't be on the air, but my gosh it's been now I guess it's 40 years right now. So I've been doing this for a long time. [01:14:22] So I'm familiar with some of these scams, so they didn't take my word on some of this stuff. So what they do is they say, Hey, we've got a potential job opening. Are you in interested now? When we talk about 30 plus percent of people polled say that they're looking interested in a new job, the numbers are probably a little higher. Not that everyone's going to jump ship. Some people will, but there are a lot of people that if they get this email, they're going to open it up. And so what'll happen now is this group out of North Korea called the Lazarus group? And we've talked about them before. [01:15:00] We'll go ahead and say yeah, the here's, what's going to happen here. Let's just send you this thing. You can open it up. You can look at it and see if it's really a fit for you. I love this graphic that they have. This is from dark reading. I have it up on the screen again. Rumble and YouTube. [01:15:19] What should we do now? Should I open this up? Should I not open it up? It turns out that what's happening is that Symantec and Broadcom, both have noticed this and stated in an advisory a couple of weeks ago. Be very careful because what it's going to do is install a Trojan horse on your computer. [01:15:40] So let's think about this. You're talking about the chemicals

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Songcraft: Spotlight on Songwriters

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PART ONE:Paul and Scott reflect on returning to large-scale concerts, and talk about their recent experiences seeing Paul McCartney and Pearl Jam.PART TWO: Our in-depth conversation with Ann WilsonABOUT ANN WILSON:Four-time Grammy nominee and Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Ann Wilson is best known as the lead singer and co-songwriter for the band Heart, which she and her sister Nancy formed in 1973 and propelled to rock superstardom. One of the pioneering female-fronted rock bands, Heart's self-penned classics include “Crazy On You,” “Magic Man,” “Dreamboat Annie,” “Barracuda,” “Little Queen,” “Heartless,” “Straight On,” “Dog & Butterfly,” and “Even It Up.” In the mid-1980s they reinvented themselves as mainstream radio hitmakers with a string of successful singles, including “What About Love,” “Never,” “These Dreams,” “Nothin' at All,” “Alone,” “Who Will You Run To,” “There's the Girl,” “All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You,” and “Stranded.” As Heart, Ann and Nancy Wilson have sold more than 35 million albums worldwide. Since 2007, Ann has released three full-length studio albums and two EPs. Her most recent, Fierce Bliss, which was released at the end of April, is her first solo album to include original material.  

Alliance Aces
The Era of the Ecosystem

Alliance Aces

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 32:10


Ecosystem should be part of your product's DNA…  If you build ecosystem into your product roadmap, your product becomes a snowball rolling down a hill, picking up momentum and benefiting every corner of your organization.   As more companies take note of the exponential, transformative power of ecosystems, today's guest, Allan Adler, Managing Partner at Digital Bridge Partners, contends that we've moved on from the decade of ecosystem to the era of ecosystem.  Join us as we discuss: Why ecosystem needs to be part of the DNA of your product The snowball effect an ecosystem can have on everything from marketing to product teams Why we've moved from the decade, to the era, of the ecosystem  Here are some additional episodes featuring other ecosystem leaders that might interest you:  #121 Aligning Ecosystem Strategy with Your Customer as the North Star with Lara Caimi, Chief Partner Officer, ServiceNow  #122 There's No Easy Button For Partnering with Nicole Napiltonia, VP Of Alliances and OEM Sales, at Barracuda  #106 The Secrets to Managing Alliances Like Microsoft with David Totten, Chief Technology Officer, US Partner Ecosystem at Microsoft  #97 Why Quality Always Beats Quantity in Software Ecosystems with Tom Roberts, Senior Vice President at the Global Partner Organization over at SAP.   Links & Resources  Learn more about how WorkSpan helps customers accelerate their ecosystem flywheel through Co-selling, Co-innovating, Co-investing, and Co-marketing. Subscribe to the Ecosystem Aces Podcast on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcast.  Join the WorkSpan Community to engage with other partner ecosystem leaders on best practices, news, events, jobs, and other tips to advance your career in partnering. Find insightful articles on how to lead and get the most out of your partner ecosystem on the WorkSpan blog. Download the Best Practices Guide for Ecosystem Business Management  Download the Ultimate Guide for Partner Incentives and Market Development Funds  To contact the host, Chip Rodgers, with topic ideas, suggest a guest, or join the conversation about modern partnering, he can be reached on Twitter, LinkedIn, or send Chip an email at: chip@workspan.com   This episode of Ecosystem Aces is sponsored by WorkSpan.   WorkSpan is the #1 ecosystem business management platform. We give CROs a digital platform to turbocharge indirect revenue with their partner teams at higher win rates and lower costs. We connect your partners on a live network with cross-company business applications to build, market, and sell together. We power the top 10 business ecosystems in the technology and communications industry today, managing over $50 billion in the joint pipeline.

100 Things we learned from film
Episode 73: Piranha 3D (2010)

100 Things we learned from film

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 58:57


Well look who came crawling back... John returns for swimming with Porn Stars, Body shots, unfortunate yachting accidents and John's Quiz Piranh-Ya or Piranh-Na! --- Piranha 3D is a 2010 American 3D horror comedy film that serves as a loose remake of the comedy horror film Piranha (1978) and an entry in the Piranha film series. During spring break on Lake Victoria, a popular waterside resort, an underground tremor releases hundreds of prehistoric, carnivorous piranhas into the lake. Local cop Julie Forester (Elisabeth Shue) must join forces with a band of unlikely strangers—though they are badly outnumbered—to destroy the ravenous creatures before everyone becomes fish food. Directed by Alexandre Aja, the film stars Elisabeth Shue, Adam Scott, Jerry O'Connell, Ving Rhames, Jessica Szohr, Steven R. McQueen, Christopher Lloyd and Richard Dreyfuss. A sequel, Piranha 3DD, was released in 2012. Piranha 3D received generally positive reviews, with film critics praising it as a fun and entertaining B-movie. --- Transcription: Hello everyone, and welcome back to a hundred things we learned from film, The podcast with me and with my co host John. Welcome back, big man. Guess it was back back on crack. I'm a man. How are you doing? I'm all right. It's been a long time. It's been there. There's been something mess in my life and it was that's some Prann has, but that's was definitely more messing than life. Yeah, I would argue so, but you've been busy with your new job, so you're you're still doing that. So we'll see what happens with this over the next few months, but we will certainly be providing you with some filmatic action trainings. Nearly, almost back than straight training day. Oh God, if it was great, done it really agree virgin media? It got shit on me. Yes, so we're the PODCAST. God, it kind of remember what we do where the podcast stress little a hundred things from every film that we talked about. John watched it, I watched it, we made some notes and we tried to come up with a hundred things make you laugh, make cry at possibly this film out of you Middle Tie. It's like a ran and you're a John. What do we watch? Yeah, de Thosan tens, very under or over rated, Rana, D, Perrana D. now, first of all, before we even get started anything else, the D in this right, as on Netflix? I that you were some Netflix as well. Right. Yes, the D on this has not been scaled particularly well. So they've just basically flattened the D to make it look like the shunkiest effects in the world. As bad. It's really bad. Yeah, loose shut a place, everything's place, because it's maybe d but it's just rubbish. Yeah, absolutely, he had had a couple, had a couple of high points. Yeah, Oh, yeah, yeah, definitely. I enjoyed myself. What else could we have been talking about in two thousand and ten? So we've got a few. Body done two, then ten bar. What we could have watched was I am and to Super Oh that's pretty grim. Yeah, pretty grim and Golivers travels fucking out Jack Black, right, the beginning of the end for Jack Black. Question Mark. Yeah, certainly was a low point. And gaget Lord Thant it the last airbender PSC Jackson in latent, the Od Chez, Oh God, did yeah, because there's a lot of them and those classies titans. There is one of the NARNIA farms documented one time and one I really enjoy it. I'm probably need go back to is shot island. Yeah, now and know the ending. I don't think I need to go back to it, but I'm going to going to give an because there's a couple were things of Senna, a couple of sort of things. You may have mass and it's intrigue. Mission going to go on O goal. Okay, on on, and that's two thousand and ten smashing. Let's run through it, right. We Start Open with this mess of Messathlific era dig site. Right, so I was kind of like, Oh, the mess of Mesolithic era, that's quite interesting. Yet so a Dick site is basically what they're doing is they're looking for fossils, but there's nobody there and there's nothing happening. Instead, in a boat there's a bloke showing singing, show me the way to go home. It was a bit on the fucking nose for me. There's really as an it kin, southern that was made famous by drawers. Yeah, and it was rectual grevous. Second it Richard Drive for singing it. Yeah, at the the song is by Mitch Miller. Right, yeah, Bitch. Miller was a famous musician. Reached number one in the US with yellow rows of Texas and number one in the UK with Senor, Senor Sena. He died on his ninety nine birthday. While there you guys, I've seen him. Well, couplay someone's it was written in nineteen twenty five by role their songwriters, Jimmy Campbell and Reggie Connelly. All right, yeah, so's the bag. It's can't imagine anything as Popul one nine hundred twenty five than that song. To be honest, I'm saying a few times when a way back, if we bloody problems, and I from from the drinking, drinking and brilliant, it's really strange that it's the one thousand Nin hundred and twenty five song, yet they're all singing that in like one thousand nine hundred and seventy eight. It's jewels. So, yeah, right, weems like fifty years old at that point, because I was looking at the facts and all, look at look at up itself, and it just says was famous and needed really fire, but then had a resurgence after joys and it wasn't it. There read that, but thought that should drefous. Oh my God, that's turning doors and a yeah, I are too on the nose. Yeah, he's pished and he's fishing. He's doing this fishing and I was kind of written here. Wink. Aren't we filmmakers so clever? Yeah, as ours. It's a shame. Is Real, because the phone itself, there's a lot of talent and the film. But yeah, just seems must be the pacheck. There's plenty of talent in the film son. He hooks a fish but drops this beer bottle in which, strangely, butterfly effects an earthquake from barely even touching the like the ground like it's so lightly touched. Yeah, yeah, I've got a scraping that doing your coincidence, to be honest, gonna put down bad d yeah, this is the first the effects that looks really, really shit in to d as the earthquake starts, this typhoon type thing. This will pool, will pool. Yeah, and then did the bath, the used to certain we in thee. The bath and the piranha all come out of this huge kind of crack in the earth and it looks really shit as they eat him. Yeah, yes, and they don't know. They don't like a sense effect the fit. They don't know whether it did, but it made it red and mid on the black stand. Oh, no, they did. Yeah, yeah, yeah, they didn't affect that was it. That was a good spot. Actually, I didn't think about that. We go to the titles. Perana, we learned that it's spring break. WHOO, spring break. We point one, yeah, which I looked up when it doesn't exist. Not, not a real not a real radio station. Now Spring Bake, screet, Spring Bake on man, I wish it was spring bake. That would be amazing. Some pies please. Spring break is a real thing. This year it was the twelve of the third to the nineteen of the third. However, I initially wrote down it was the the third of the twelve of fucking else, Spring Baker Christmas. We know American calendars. Yes, according to travel dot US Newscom the ten best spring break destinations are as follows jump cancoon, Miami Beach, Cabo St Lucas, Mordere, the Bahamas. Play at the Carmen Dante seventh circle of hell, Camden market on a bank holiday, Monday, firefest and Jeffrey Epstein's island. Ha, Ha for owing you. Just in just missed a government market. Now, didn't Miss Happen. Messed out. The barrels closing by the landlover, lower, lower, lower. FIREFEST, man, I've got to watch that again. I've been is neither locations, but you've even firefest. I've been the hall, the CAN can. Yeah, they do common in order mode, but govern govern as. Where this is filmed is lake. Lake Victoria is what it's supposed to be, but the real location was lake have a suit in Arizona. Now, John, question for you. Do you remember when we discussed lake have a zoo and it's very, very famous. English bridge? London Bridge is London Bridge. But what film did we talk about Arizona? A character goes there on a work trip. One of your favorite impressions a John as a deaf as. Hey John, I'm going to Lake Ava. Sue Do some shooting. That's five man. That did me back. Yeah, well, long, long time ago. Attendance during spring break as take the down turn in recent years. I would just shoot covid the city is declined to issue permits to large party organizers. I can wow. What is still popular, though, is the Will Jet Ski Finals and the previously hosted chilling and swilling beer festival. I'm Bob God the chill and swollen better fast of all, shout out to drunk theory, previous guests. It hasn't taken place. It's pre covid most American sounding trailer park thing ever. That man is an I is. I looked up that lie like Victoria and as a link Victoria bits in Michigan, but it's all like look at this, it is two point seven square kilometers. That's the really big at all. Actually, no, you wouldn't want it. You wouldn't want your spring bait breaking mission going to be fucking Baltic. Well, I mixed that out for that properly, so will properly a lake. Victoria is one of the African's greatest leaks and there is sixty, doesn't eight hundred, descriptilomas. Okay, well, that victory false? Of course. Yeah, especially when she's drunk. And it was it was named. It was actually been in by Queen Victoria when the was called originally, but she renamed it. Of course you did wonder way she got it. Queen Linked Victoria? Maybe she'd heard the name previously? Who knows? All these awful teens which I instantly thought, I can't wait to see them die. Oh yeah, and then, as I watched the second time, I can't wait to see them all die second time in four days. Elizabeth shoe is the sheriff. You'll seelizabeth shoe a lot these days, do you really don't? Choosing a lot of good forms and the time and say the other classmakers is amazing. Is that you're going to say, as exactly what I was looking like. Yeah, and there's one. Is it Topchica with Vlk Volcla? I'm sure she's top secrets. I don't Jack, I'm I'm sure she's in. She's the origin maming about man. She's the original girlfriend in back to the future. Yes, yes, she's ticketing this drunk driver and he hits on her, but she's got these Jiu jitsu moves. This is great, and she offers to taiser him. Now, before you say anything, John, we're not doing tasers again. No, not, but off of with dears. That that did. They can stand down, John, stand down. Jake is the sun. Kelly is his school friend. Now I'm gonna get really confused, he because instead of writing down Danny, the character's name, I've written down Kelly, Kelly Brook actors. So I yeah, I'm going to fuck this up a little bit. So listen as if you seen the film. Deal with it otherwise, John, keep me, keep me rendered. And she's, yeah, there's another person called broken as real. Yeah, she's she's going to spring break stuff. And he's not because he's not cool enough. He likes the PIXIES. Nobody likes the PIXIES, of course. Apparently, this two thousand and ten. He has this t shirt death to the PIXIES. It's an album, best of album from one thousand nine hundred and ninety seven. What's your favorite prixies album, John? I'm going to see none of them good. I would say that what I would say the best of the Beatles. This album actually made it to number six in ultra pop flanders chart. That's also pop flanders chart. I don't know what people from Belgium sound Belgium sound like Tintin. It just waffled in. That's the content I've been missing. That's she's doing all the spring breaking thing with this, with this guy who's promised backstage tickets to a thing. Kelly Brooks, talking to Laura, which is Jake's little sister. She says I like your boobs. My brother Jake would like your be later as fuck you. Now he's he's seventeen. Keep that, just keep that for now. He's seventeen. And she says they all like Bar boobs, Gafnor Dick Upene, terrible. I would leaves, but CHEBS. So you know, yeah, it's the chips. She's got the chips. She had there jasons Treatham as me on belly's Shin seed Billy's Ane, when he was going through his sean connery in Zados. There is the book of the exact same look at him engaged. Were pretty much exact same minute time, were they? But partly she brought them both off Juican fathom apart with skin and belly's in. Wanted Ay moved timmy and again she's refused him. Wow, right, okay, she likes his shirt and he likes her tits, but not her act him. She's a big PIXIES Fan, and I've written. Yeah, course you are. Pat Course, if you are still real, Brittanni, your back, it's gonna Kelly Brooks Fahm Sexiest Woman of the year two thousand and five and was in every Fahm Sexiest Woman Top one hundred, from one thousand nine hundred and ninety eight to two thousand and fifteen. That fact is brought to you by Misogyny. You know, just Y, you're away, Derek, is this character Jerry O'CONNELL, right, and he's photographing them. He's dressed like the man from del Montey, by the way. No, I really hasn't. He's a slain bowl. Yeah, but great, great fun in everything is in Oh, I don't know, progo go. Is it slavens? He was, I've rins. I fucking love sliders until I didn't, until I found out that your man, yes, Davis, is really fucking right wing. After you go see some resmoke. There was that? Yeah, why, he's also really right right John R Davis is really right wing. You'll have my acts as long as you're not Asian. No, what did you? Because bad date. That's a great boy. He browned up in that film. So right, so he obviously is a racist. He is the classically trained. Did Him Davidson's DAS Christ. It's already it's only been fifteen minutes, John, I know, already letting the back again toilet. No, Oh, let's kill the podcast now. So he's doing this wild wild girls thing. It's based on a TV show, VHS thing, called Girls Gone Wild. Oh, yeah, remember that? That was and it was where they yeah, this pervs and like a bravel. Thank you, you, stipulos. Rather Joe Francis started in one thousand nine hundred and ninety seven, and so vhs videos of young women almost always wasted, getting the tits out in exchange for things like free hats and teachers and because, yes, a big members oh Godmin has it. This did a lot in it. Or they had was beats, the gift throwing it beads. Yes, so I went to I went to our friends Josh and Amander on this one, because they are professional southern Americans. That's what they do, that's that's their job, professional southern Americans or leans. That's what yeah, and they went and they've been. They've been the Mardi Gras, they've been in New Orleans. Just came back to me and said, Mr Plant, we did a tour of the Mrdy Graham Museum. Really Sound Lik him there. And the tradition came from Europe. The beads were glass and you're supposed to give out beats to people who exhibited the traits. The color of the beads represent it. Green, gold, purple, they all mean something. They started chucking them at Mardi Graarre in the states one thousand eight hundred, probably because they were drunk and or high, and probably though thought there were snakes trying to kill them. Then somehow the women lifting their shirts became a thing, probably in the s of s, because free love and all that Shit. Now the plastic beads have been found to majorly fuck up the environment, so that's something else we got going for us. Oh thanks, Josh for giving us a little bit of insight there into Josh one way or to Joshua's man, it's the vhs we need to see. It's the VHS we threw out urvcs for we had just seen that just anute or remembers. Bro Just had already crazy things on it. Then to ye there. Yeah, each's lots of man. Now it's now you are taking me back. You are taking me back to video in a lot of Shit in the early two thousand. Yeah, easily. Yeah, man height. The Mont was long. Plead tips used to get absolutely it was a shape, but there was always the best bit ruined on the tracking because you'd paused it, but you could never get a proper look. Never got problem. Still. What was up? Sharon stone skirt because of the tracking was knackered because you'd paused it on there too long or somebody dipped over over at least at Eva Jerch on explains that he's photographing them and he needs someone local to take to the best places on the lake. He agrees to let Jake do that. That's Jake's job for tomorrow. Yeah, mother mom walks in on him watching the wild world girls website you mentioned. He's not doing anything, but she walks in on him and it's embarrassing. He's babysitting tomorrow. He's sister and I didn't realize this kid was a brother because they never really introduced him. But I was just a neighbor's kids. So that, but bast like, you're voting your book bibber scenting the cans to life. Look like the fucking children of the damned, though, ever been all fucking Aryan pair of children. That, I all, really was a masterstrate the end. Yeah, all your secrets. We know you've been rodgering the fishwife. So that night she meets up with Deputy Fallon. The always brilliant ving raimes is back for his guy third instant. Yeah, so the dead something else. And now this. Couldn't place it. Listeners put us in our place. Yeah, could. I couldn't place it my up, but he's brilliant and he's funny as fucking this. Later on he's playing it very, very seriously. Oh yeah, always, there's always into the clear, really is. So then they're looking for dry fust because he's missing. They find the boat. There's this team of seismologists incoming tomorrow to check in the quake and she's got to take them on the lake. She's reaching for the boat on the jetty. It collapses, this rotten old jet and it collapses and she falls in the water and you're like as you're gonna get paranad but she doesn't. She gets dry, for skips dry first. I lads just like this in enjoys when it when the the the dismembered body, comes into yeah, you know, you kind of like or this is a bit beat for Bee at times. She wants to close the lake because she's much better than the mare in Jews and Boris Johnson, who, of course, wanted us all to get covid and we've all had it now, John. Yeah, all at it now. Those a lot anyway. So it's anything that we heard done it. He had the immunity. But yeah, there's bad but heard of you did something, something, shitting in the bed. Could someone else do the work on that when I can't, kind of do. You know what I'm gonna I'M gonna put it out there, because I don't really seen it the back because not, who gives a fuck? Everyone's got hot take on it. I hope they're both sentenced to fucking death. The Johnny Twen book is a fucking monster and she's she's all just quite terrible human. Yeah, they're just rotten, rotten people. And they tell that thing with the fucking dogs in Australia. I still haven't got over that. That doesn't let that Sen yeah, we knew how dogs could be killed if we snook them into a country. We think we're being there rules, ever, in the proper apology right another it was not a proper apology and I love dogs. I wouldn't kill them, but I might have killed dogs just to kiss those two of that would have been good anyway. Moving them. The next day this guy jumps off a cliff. It's look and it's nothing. It's a nothing things in the morning jumps off the cliff into the water point and just a blood felt with Spurs. That's done and done. The kids are bribe by Jake Sixty Bucks and he gives them rules. Don't answer the phone or leave the house and don't say I'll be right back. A scream. That's I just watch that new one of them. Did you really? I we watched it a few weeks ago. That is like it spends the whole film nudging you in the ribs, going Ah, do your M do you remember? It's like a fucking Peter came. Thank do you remember the other film? You remember that? Can you think about a film you liked a lot more than this one? Think about it? Yeah, yeah, do you remember when before Monica from friends ruined a fucking face? Do you remember? Ladies Ladies, whatever you want to do with your faces is up to you. I'm just just making a an observation. Got See this all Bein pennel John, while you've been working, Ikond of leave you for any fucking chill out. The seismologist here. One of them's Adams Scott from parks and wrecks, because, as before, before he started playing the drive cool gay. Because unless it is a bet, was a couple of things, it's here, then it's a couple of things. It is obviously will probably looking at they're gone. Why the hell did I see that? I'm sad, mayor of ICETOWN, Adam scar yeah, at the boat. Jake runs into Kelly and she joins them on the boat. Yeah, they're going to take photos, but only after they've slid to a different dimension. First and now again, let's make a point. She's seventeen right, yes, before we go on. So there's a lot of fucking dodgy stuff in this. Back at the House the kids get this canoe to go to sand island to fish. Right now, Samd island isn't even a fucking island. It is like lips about. Thank yeah, it's a sad. The girl says I'm going to bring my trombone and he says no, you can't. You trum both stupid. And she says when I'm a rock star, you'll be sorry. He's like whatever, you play trombone and I'm like, listen, kid, have you never heard of SCA? You can get rich being a skin a scar band, as long as you don't mind split in your any money that you get fifty ways with massive Kelly Brooks all over him. Yeah, and he is seventeen years old, as I said before. So I look this up. In Arizona it's illegal to have sex with a something new, right, it be a teen. So she's a Peter. What's exactly book blood my mains that and and the STAS or the states. And either you're going to be sexteen or eighteen. Yeah, but you can and drink when your twenty one. I know. Yeah, I know, it's for seen. Yeah. And then so in some states you can get married at fourteen. She is parents permission. Yeah, crazy. You need be in some state to get minforting old trombone. I miss trombone. Trump bone comes from the Italian word Tromba, which means trumpet, plus the Suffix One, which means big. So it means it's big trumpet, which is my wrestling name. ha ha ha. Made it beg Google. So the kids get on this tiny embankment, she's absolutely nothing, and the canoe gets away from them. It does. Yeah, just like that bloke from Hartlepool. They're doing this swimming thing right, with this character crystal, yeah, and Kelly Brook, who's not, who's not a character, who's barely got a fucking line in the film, and the doing this this bit for flower duet. Oh Yeah, yes, the music. Yeah, this classical piece of music. So I know, I mean that's when it done, really see, but our character this, this is something about hundre. or She's too young. I'm still thinking that. Or too young, they do. Yeah, she was only seventeen years old. The Flower Day is a piece of music from the First Act of Leo Delhi Bearz Opera. Like me, it's debuted in Paris in one thousand eight hundred and eighty three and used in true romance when Christopher Walkin fucks up, Dennis hop so Jesus, that's a how what is that? I've actually youtube that copy things just didn't just remember. It's just such a beautiful scene. I haven't killed anybody since one thousand nine hundred and eighty four. They done so much fucking. Yeah, brolliant and your cantalog, it's good. The kids are trying to wave down a boat and the little girl gets a feet on these sharp stones. Fuck that make just a nice I was. That was the bit that hurt me the most in this world. Thought Stones in my lovely soft feet. Give it if the other actually looked up to see what's the most sort of common things and link them at the endor can leat so with the seeing the dear cleanups. So I was spending Bo from last when, all looking at the things that've gotten as the top five, pretty much, it seems, yours. Cigarette Butts, plastic bold and ball caps, food packaging, plastic bags and aluminum cans. See, you know, you are very good, son, and plastic beads. Buddy washes from body. I love she says. I love the fact that you that you said I thought it would be from broken glass. And it will know, because any Lennox isn't walk in unbroken for his real corner and you would actually he come to Pranas just as she cuts it like a foot and nothing comes of that again. But she steps out in time. She's okay. Adam Scott explains out of fucking no idea what this guy's characters called. Explains it's opened up a lake under a lake, and Paula this again not involved in this film at all. The lot of yeah, yeah, Igio, whatever she's called from starship troopers previous episode, of course, dives with her partner Sam. You should see this. It's unbelievable. And I was like, I'm looking at the d version of the day. It's unbelievable, all right, here as Tis need that's farm whatsoever. Pandora, it's not. Jesus. Can you believe there's another one of those? There's another two or three of those fucking films coming out, probably not in D. No, yeah, that's that's dead near that medium. Monus done. Yeah, yeah, well, not if lot of camera has anything to do with it. Let's be honest. It's one of our one of our greatest filmmakers. Anyway, they get into this cave and by doing them up with thirty five minutes into the film. Here we've only had two deaths. Yeah, but you already at this point. Yeah, we're doing not so bad. In the cave he disturbs this nest of x. What are they doing in this cave? And they saving a tie soccer team. Tie Boys soccer team. Did you see? We were swimming into the eggs. It's like, who gives a shit? It's so maybe you are a pedofile fucking electric car whanka. Anyway. Yeah, disturbs all these eggs and we see this alien like embryo in the egg with a little jump scare. Yeah, pretty sure that looks shot in d but it lights a flare and then get set up by by hundreds of them. So almost like that bit where the last he lights the flare in the film about the monsters underground where they're pothole is. Oh Man, there's the sit like that, Claire, and they're all there around through all of that to watch that girl over. I kind of get enough of that. Just just put from one tall phone Gim to another. Thener wod the thoughts for lunking with be RISKII. Well, you're not going to catch me down. In fact, if you do, I'll be the the one eating peace. Are you been like Kell? And everybody needs to umbrager. So he gets absolutely destroyed trying to escape. Paula gets mauled, including losing an eye. Adam Scott Saves her, or at least a course, and the piranha that's attached to her meet me. While Derek's pressure in Kelly doing body shots off crystal. Right then Jake's going to do a body shot off Kelly. So Kelly's pissed up, right, yeah, but he licks the Tequila out of there. I mean that's so like. Let's the stars, and then blind belly button for the tice, and then works his way up to get the line. Now all I could think was as a as a big fat man, there'd be a lot of you could keep a lot T QUILA in my belly, but you can, along with all the fluff and the one. I'm the one. I'm smile the worm out the bottom of the bottle. Fucker. And just as he's about to take the line out of her mouth, she she runs over to the end of the boat to throw up in D and we see the hell. Yeah, she does, cities and Kane. It ain't the sheriff of Adam Scott head to see Mr Goodman and with these aquatic store. Who was Mr Goodman? John don't Brown? It was done rose great Scott. Sureff, it's okay. Barty also on it, but your kid sheriff. They're on a sound bank. The fucking idiots. They don't know how to tie a fucking clown. The one, not the he's wife, who's got like one line of the whole thing, was like, Oh yeah, baby, alligators in New Jersey, all in the stewards in new chest enjoys the what? That's not a thing. Don't follow a minute. They've done that. Brilliant, brilliant alligator. Yeah, and them. Watch that. Hit My cloud. Nine hundred and eighty Robert Forster film. God, I loved Robert Foster, m most of them. I love that, though. I watched that shut myself. One thousand nine hundred and eighty two, a two foot alligator was found swimming in the Westchester County Reservoir that's part of the New York cities water supply. It is illegal, John, to own or buy or sell a gator in New York state. WALKROC so duff, ha ha dif're thinking about it, I just going to see the day. Even getting myself a couple this fine for selling this gator in New York is going to financially ruin. Remember, God, remember the heady days of lockdown, when we met. What is that old it and know they're get readied, but there was the idea, isn't it? Gatory, you owe, you are not allowed. In the voice, he explains that Pyra centrist Nai Karati used to which is that after shave your UNs, this is. Finally, every year used to swim the Colorado River, and this is and that the that they survived by cannibalism while there was nothing else down there. Now a little bit here that I wasn't so sure about. PIKARATE's as the original Perana. It's definitely a real type of Perana, but not the ancient one. So they've just come up with a name, but the fobs off and just done it again. John. Why must films lighten us? Why? So, at that's point in the time, I think it's stayed for the quas big when, oh so, least they learn to the whole point of this quiz. So my put my quizes as so the QUAIS is called pretend. Yeah, as in yes, or PRETTA print her run NAH. Okay, get it right. So, yeah, yes, yeah, problem. Yeah, for Runna. Yes. So, so I'll be looking at a hundreds of stuff. So you're right, a bit of cannibalism, thing about branders in each other, but this is that's his. I'm going to give you a couple of things that have come to left field that I found. It brands and you need to tell me if it's true or folks. Okay, got you got a run yeah, it's true. For Nah, there's no good right. So first one right off the bat, here and Aaron's. HEARN's like the frozen food shop here, and I'm gonna say, yeah, like the birds, I'm gonna say Arn's aren't native to South America. So I'm going to say Kuran Nah, right, which is it's true. That's when you've got, all right, lovely crocodiles, rember, the Amazon. Yeah, Puran Nah, because they're their skins too hard. Yeah. Or okay, rate. So what arms one, that sea words, Peran Ya, ten asn't. That's all. They don't fucking goats. Peranna. That's true. No, no, it's that. You're right, that's right. Seeds, seeds, Perran Yah, yeah, and that's all we got. So that Queen Street switch. Because, YEP, so crocodiles, cocadails and herons are there, breathers, all our herons. There's a sense here in speed for the face. While we're on it, couple of little things about perannas. Let's do a fact dump. They are omnivorous. They will eat plants if there is no other food about, as you've just told us, but not plant he's no. They are indigenous to South America. They have one of the strongest bites of all the Bony Fish, bony relatives of the body size, which is usually between five and fourteen inches. If you're in Peru, you can eat them grilled. Give that a gun. Yeah, and there is a six month to four year term in the jail if you try and import them into the Philippines. Wow, he's just a bit of a fact dump there for you. But let's get all the Parana shape. But the we are largest planet of our court was sexteen sexually, six pounds and fifteen ches, as it sounds, of aut verbs. Is that as a lot of barbs? Yeah, Oh, yeah, be it. And my billy gya money. Hell yeah, we watched USTIN powers three. It does ipposed to. I supposed to the other night. It kind of holds up the really bad stuff in it, but still so fun on in this still fun. Yeah, we watched the Pentavera and we worked our way back through that. Even watched the power or started that. I watched the UST episode and enjoying that. The colonel you'll eat my chicken. Yeah, it's a bit disappointing. There some disappointing bits in it, but yeah, yeah, it's funny. Give give that man all the money to make all the films. I don't care he's got ideas. I gonna give him a fucking contract to make films. I missed him so much. Really have the love. Good. It really killed it for him. Then I've never watched it. Doing Future episode because I just rew end up ridette resentment. Horrible. Back on the lake there's this parasailing woman. She she going for in. She older. Yeah, she's a she's a gin, know, makings a big girl and she yeah, right, yeah, so I just looking on imddy on the work day. Yeah, listeners, don't look up the titles of her films on Imdi on your work computer, but the sleepomstars in this the is they're really I wouldn't know, John. But well, if it's so fiet, so there is, so cirstye tells. So this custal, which is a Rainley Steel, does that one you're talking about, which is Jenna makles. But there's some records a Chelider Ashland Brook. Okay, but she must not watched your badles. Almost you know, but she apparently she's in its. Well, three Pondstar. Okay, right, okay, that's triple your triple the fun. But everyone, but she'd really she really gone for it, David. Yeah, yeah, Hi'm the she's like higher, higher, because I'm going high enough, and the sucking Frat boys then go a bit fast and take a higher and sit. All the fucking legs have gone. Now I've got to say it's really inconsistent as to what these piranhas can eat. Yeah, so sometimes they can eat bone, sometimes they can yeah, yeah, yeah, so in her instance they wait, they went. They went through the bone. A little bit later on with a character. They just leave that, which looks fucking great. By the way. Jake spots his sister and brother on the island. He's looking at them through these massive. He's pops, which is kind of like how you manage that or never look as were, weird, and the medal destines and that. Yeah, and if you remember that the little island was literally like a tiny amount of like a really short stretch of water from their house. Yes, they were looking at it from their house, and then this guy was million miles away from the house. Is Pope. Someone got five for that blunder. He justs, he justs. So we go back to the dock and there's this wet t shirt competition hosted by renew old piece of Shittyl Rock. He goes from UBIN's been yere as it has been het to those case come up and cherries try to close the lake. No one's listening till deputy fire some shots in the air and then you don't give a funny carry on the water. Yeah, at Sand Island they get the kids and as the leaving the get caught in these weeds. Derek Blames Jake and starts good in the engine. Back at the dock, these these kids on inflatables all getting nibbled on, including this chick on an inner tube. Yeah, swet. Yeah, we're like jam out of a donut that act as a contolitionist. I found out what she's a circus contortion. All right, they all get on this floating stage except for one. Last year gets Perrana Nadoed to death, which is there's too many people on the stage to the stage starts falling apart, and this it probably one of my favorite bits. This cable whips these two women. Yeah, that was that, and it looked really good until it didn't, and you see the cartoon torso fall apart and then it just goes all gray and Manky, as if like the shittiest cartoon in the world. Look Europe in the sick. There's a lot of good death ideas and there's a rest as absolutely Adam Scott to the rescue at this point. He shooting PIRANA with a shotgun. The sheriff uses to Citi is as one specific flesh cover been singled out. Wrong place, wrong time. Eli Roth Gets Kirsty mccold between these two se yeah, you just com bag you all. This guy jumps in the speed but murders about thirty people driving it. Those love interest when he's at preck anymy when it's chef. I was at the loving tess this last he gets her hair stuck in the propeller and he just eat guns it and it ends up ripping her hair and a scalp in the face, on which she looks like one of the the aliens out of they live. That all males attacks. That's good and it made me of that. Poor last got scart rapped from that blood the road coster some lasting did Shit y the barn. I pushed up. Go your few. Yeah, it's a good, good death. So they're back on the boat, the Barracuda. The boat, by the way, the Barracuda. These barracuda boats are an actual model of kind of speed boat that you can get the Nice one book. It's made by Benetto and it's the Barracuda nine and there's one for selling Esbourn at the minute, John, if you want it, a hundred and twenty nine thousand, nine hundred and fifty pounds and it's called the fair ride. Oh whys Kelly. But as Kelly brick ond it crystal and Derek Fall in crystal gets eaten from outside a face by this piranha which didn't look any good because it was meant to be three day Danny and Jake Save Derek kind of, but he's had his legs and he's Dickie. Yeah, he's clearly lying in them. Cut Out bit of the budget. Yeah, just these little really thunb really quickly. Then he's uncle Oh in and I'm calm. Yeah, the roo kind of skeleton legs in the Piranhas are argument over. His ball be the one spatter. The average weight John Awful Penis will be is a hundred and sixty grams. Yours, of course, ways of metric ton as well. It's say, it's it's new other wheat. So that the motion in the oceans. That so back at this doc thing. There's loads of really good visual effects here, missing limbs, bits of Shit. There's this woman being carried out by two people and then it brush apart. Yes, it doesn't, doesn't really work, but it does work, and most of pros sticks were by the Great Greg Nicoto. You know him from walking dead, nightmare, ELM streets eve there too, and that particular scene where they're all dying. Ninety four hours of special effects prep. Wow, you love to see it, don't you love to see it? Now? That's wrong. There was some. There were some good ones. It is reminiscent in it. We're doing the the donated the in the cine amount of people that actually had listens the stuff. I would love to do someone that just to see her it. So I done. But name is nick. Your plus irs is creasy in madness and it oh absolutely thing. Range gets this boat engine, murders hundreds of them before he gets eaten himself. Just takes it off the boat and he's like zombies ate. My Neighbor's kind of while AGN'T SHERIFF JULIE GETS A call from a son, Jake, explaining the boat is sinking. They'd hit some rocks. She heads to the boat with Adam Scott to get them and at the BARACUTA she throws him this rope and climbs across Kelly stuck below deck and the waters rising. Yeah, yeah, yeah, but which I mean? If they just called Elon Musk, you would have got that little submarine in together that he keeps going to a problem. I remembent a little stuff for gratual using all the money from my father's blood diamond having the right battery in a paper clip. Now she says I'm going to take the kids across and come back for you? Is this like the problem with the chicken and the Fox? I know where you can't. You can't leave the chicken and the Fox at the same time. Yeah, I don't think grain. You know, don't really and in fact, dad for I was going to see four people under up. It's in pain. But KARRY Brittny mass of war pressure talking at least sex people in that role. She was smuggling right, said Fred, deeply dipping after had a few big breakfast of him joy. So as she's climbing across, she the Paranas all of a sudden conjump, which it happen Alt to do yet until now, and her hair gets Perrana and then she gets Perana and then she's took rain the eyes. She got one the eyebowl, which a thod get one of the eyeball, yeah, one, it's get across. So that's this. The Sheriff, Jake takes the corpse of Derek, or almost corpse, as he takes the started do him in the water and is a short t shirt and then dies. Th last words of wet Tshirt hoison into the water as a distraction before swimming to get Kelly with the rope around him radio's Adam Scott to basically pull on the rope using the boat on his signal. Ten seconds sets at this rudimentary bomb with a flare, the Benitiser to the radio, which I'm wondering way that I don't know why it tied. Is the radio at all? And then the gas cylinders. He lets them go. So they're kicking out all the gas and as they pulled them away, the gas stat and it's killing the piranha in this massive kind of explosion, under water explosion, shot waves. Yeah, Kelly and Jake get back on at the boat at all. The kind of Perana corpses float to the top. I've written here was to put it in, just as I couldn't fit Elizabeth shoe wipe out world champion, which is quite across the room. Oh Yeah, dudd you do do do cal radio's the sheriff to report that the one that they're left with him is a baby. It's not got any reproductive, grown up, reproductive ordomns, Adam Scott says. So where are the adults? Then, just as this massive one jumps out of the water, some titles and that's it. And see absolutely there's no after sing clits? No, absolutely not. Did we have any? Did you have anything else to Ale? So top ten overboard motors are I know you re all rice as the seven marinet. I'll start. I'll do it from a bottom. Okay. So do do? Do Do? We've got the Yamah if three, five or see, there's a Suzuki DTH five boy mercury Vernado four hundred Yamaha if four to five, exto and we have the other one. Is it death between that the other Yamaha Mercury rising forty five are there's a seven marine five to seven. There's a seven marine five, seven, seven and a seven marine sex to seven. There you go. That's it. Well, don't. You're not getting ten for that. I'll give you to all right, really fucking dry. Well, we take it to my top ten. I've always largest lakes right, okay, okay, so I've got so that's his mat ness, my problem. So I dead look up the day largely the wrong like no, not that they're actually put in the Caspian. See down there's a lake. There's a lot of disproute whether as asn't, and I'm so looking at it. I'm I'm going to see Lake Superiors, the biggest league world, because it's a proper lake. You Go. I look now that's my great fantastic you can. We've gone to that. Will we'll get you. Will get you, we'll get you in with the greatest like mine, of our rage what they're forever rate. So I'm looking. I was looking up and or talk to reports. Right, okay, apparently, and the all just can tear your cause of death immediately, but you need a full report to act the tending exactly how he died and when. Well, that's I think. We usually teach up to two weeks to come in because or earlier and says we've got there. Or Talk to support. The only letter took a D and a half. So of two days. So it comes at they're align ring. Your Vision under water is limited duty whatever as for how you are, but the seeing it, the sort of average visibility under water. Is it in eaters, which I think there's a lot. It just sound like a lot of the ring. So you be goot guns that were used on it. So short guns, Miss Big Five hundred fan favors, and be right, hand guns. Were looking at Smith and Western model sixty five and you've got an x, twenty six tieser and I think, buddy, that as me done. Okay, there's a section where Kelly's on this floaty seat, you know, this inflatable seat, having a we drinking a little bit of some time. You get one of those one thousand four hundred and ninety nine on Ebay. Should you want to go on? Lock Loman with that job, but I don't know. The cart around the corner front. You don't know. Look at the Ford inflation and all that. Canoe. The word canoe came into English from the Spanish Portuguese word C Noah. I don't know how keen welcomes into that. There's a bit. There's a bit in the hat near the house which says a no wake zone. Yes, vessels expected to struggle very slowly to minimize the motion of the Ocean. It's like Water Bay, least slow children crossing. They okay. They mentioned the Arizona State cheerleading team being there. The Arizona State cheerleading team is the Asu spirit squad, which sounds like a knockoff ghostbuster hollow spait squad, wait at one, or the son devil cheering squad, which sounds like a cheering squad that the ghostbusters would go and have, as in the Chians squad. Couple of other things are Miss Gioconda says, podunk town. Oxford dictionary defines podunk as a hypothetical small town regarded as typically dull or insignificant. I've lived in a few of those. Allowa don't location Scout Hollywood pay. According to Oklahoma Film and TV Academy Websites, one can expect salary range from forty five thousand dollars to a hundred sixty five thousand dollars. In that position, not great, not terrible. Yeah, that I think. Oh, there's there's a cut, a coup, I think. So the kids, the main kid in this is he's name is? Did you catch the actor's name? or it's McQueen and it is a summer queen. Right, yeah, and I've written. No, not that one, but also not that one. Steve Arm Steven Armer Queen, Steve McQueen's grandson. Yeah, take me with you. I can see. Also, his cousin is UN Raka and glaze know. Yeah, what family you can be my Hel me me. So you don't need me to tell you John, because he his biggest roles in listener favorite TV show vampire diaries. Oh God, really, six seasons? Jesus, I've got to be honest with you. I watched it once, but I've mistaken it for Red Shoe Diaries. So the Matlablong was in that one. One of them Fox more death was reading. The more morning swe wasn't. Yes, red sauce, DAD's Max loblong. It's brutal. Get Out. I said, I'm not even that. Let's just got daddy's on it, and daddy's what they mentioned. House arrest famous house arrestees. John Dr Dre was at how under how's arrest for sorting good producer, Bernie Mado for being a Robin Bastard. Mikita Krushchev, seven years died in his home. Well, the last Queen of Hawaii, and I've written this down for Netckalick, so I get it right. Leally Okolani and Winny Mandela Y. 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