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The Punk Rock Chronicles Podcast
Mendiolas Ballroom Flyer Series with Mike Magrann and Kimm Gardener of CH3 and Guest Host Alison Braun (3 of 3)

The Punk Rock Chronicles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 71:58


The third and final installment of the Mendiolas Ballroom Riot series starts features Mike Magrann and Kimm Gardener of Channel 3. The show explores what Channel 3 was up to during this era of punk rock.  It dives into them witnessing this insane riot and discussed other punk riots during this era of the early 1980s.  Alison Braun, our trusted co-host, helps drive the conversation with her first-hand understanding of punk rioting.   The PRC Podcast crew also talks about their experience in punk riots during the late 1980s and 1990s. This 3-episode series is about a punk show that was held on February 11, 1983 at a venue called the Mendiolas Ballroom in Huntington Park.  One of the most violent punk rock riots during this era kicked off that evening.  Listen to our guest recall the craziness that ensued that evening from a perspective of playing and taking photos as this was part of Youth Movement 83.  There was a lot of promise of being a fun night of great music with an amazing lineup that included The Exploited, CH3, Youth Brigade, Vandals, Aggression, and Suicidal Tendencies. Channel 3  https://www.instagram.com/channelthree/ Alison Braun Websitehttp://www.alisonbraun.com/Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/alisonbraunphotoFacebook https://www.facebook.com/AlisonBraunPhotography The Punk Rock Chronicles Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thepunkrockchronicles/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thepunkrockchronicles Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/thepunkrockchroniclespodcast 

Radioactive Metal
Episode 720: Sweet Sixteen

Radioactive Metal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 130:09


Happy Bday to us!! This week's episode marks the 16th anniversary of Radioactive Metal being on the air. RAM's humble beginnings were two dedicated Metalheads goofing around in the basement. All at a time when podcasts were barely a thing. Now all these years later and...nothing's changed. We're still luvin' what we're doing on a weekly basis. So to celebrate we let our hair down, had a couple adult bevies and shot the shite'. We discussed the "Dio: Dreamers Never Die" doc, Werewolf By Night, blink-182 tix, Scooby Doo, The Crow reboot and the "Hollywood Ugly" concept. Musically, we crank new and used from Xentrix, Sword, The Exploited, Ghoul, Imprecation, Larkin Poe and Melted Bodies. Horns Up and Stay Healthy! This Episode is sponsored by Trve Kvlt Coffee. Summon the coffee demons to possess yourself a cup today! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram  

Cyber Security Headlines
Verizon customer accounts breached, German cyber chief removed, Fortinet vuln actively exploited

Cyber Security Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 6:46 Very Popular


Verizon notifies customers their accounts were breached German cyber chief removed over alleged Russian ties Fortinet vulnerability being actively exploited Thanks to this week's episode sponsor, SafeBase Security questionnaires are a pain, and sharing sensitive documents takes too much back and forth. As a result, security can be wrongly viewed as a roadblock rather than a sales enabler. That's where SafeBase comes in. Our Smart Trust Center makes it easy to showcase your security program, share sensitive documents, and streamline security reviews. It's the missing piece of your security and sales workflow, and the only security tool that gives you time back. Find out more at safebase.com For the stories behind the headlines, head to CISOseries.com

PEBCAK Podcast: Information Security News by Some All Around Good People
Episode 82 - Tensions Rise in Iran, CSO Found Guilty in Data Breach, Top Vulnerabilities Exploited by China, Work Life of Sales Engineers and Incident Responders, Pre-Sales Lessons, Adult Happy Meals

PEBCAK Podcast: Information Security News by Some All Around Good People

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022


Welcome to this week's episode of the PEBCAK Podcast! We've got four amazing stories this week so sit back, relax, and keep being awesome! Be sure to stick around for our Dad Joke of the Week. (DJOW) Follow us on Instagram @pebcakpodcast PEBCAK - Acronym of “problem exists between chair and keyboard.”

Hands Off My Podcast: True Crime
Halloween Sleep-Over Stories...With Darkcast Network

Hands Off My Podcast: True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 1:16


Hands Off My Podcast: True Crime, is a new member of Darkcast Network! Darkcast Network gets indie podcasts recognized for their hard work and great content. So I am happy to present a spooktacular Hallows Eve of Sleep-Over Stories. This is a collaboration of all Darkcast Network indie podcasts - a cross-streamed evening!  ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Just the Gist
The retirees who exploited a lotto loophole & won millions featuring Dom Knight

Just the Gist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 70:10


In 2003 a retired maths genius from a small town in Michigan, Jerry Selbee, discovered a flaw in the state's newest lottery game, “Winfall". He realised that if he bought enough tickets in certain games he could almost guarantee he'd win a 50%-80% profit without relying on winning the jackpot. It seemed he was the only one who understood statistics well enough to know this & over the next 9 years, Jerry & his wife Marge became professional lottery players & millionaires. And they'd still be playing & winning today...if it hadn't been for some pesky college students & one nosy reporter...   Jacob shares the story with Dom Knight from The Chaser and ABC radio Follow Dom on Twitter @domknight and Instagram @dom_knight Listen to his daily podcast The Chaser Report: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/the-chaser-report/id1506693707  Catch him at the Grapes of Mirth Festival: https://grapesofmirth.com.au/the-festival/  We give you just the gist, but if you want more, there's this:  READ the report from the Inspector General which, we promise, is actually interesting https://www.mass.gov/doc/letter-to-state-treasurer-steven-grossman-regarding-the-lottery-july-2012/download   READ the Huffington Post article that made Jerry & Marge folk heroes https://highline.huffingtonpost.com/articles/en/lotto-winners/ WATCH Jerry & Marge on 60 Minutes US a few years back https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTYnHr_-wcY And WATCH them on 60 Minutes Australia earlier this year https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akFS0odjAHs WATCH The delightful fictionalised version of the story, “Jerry & Marge Go Large” https://www.paramountplus.com/movies/jerry-and-marge-go-large/95QRsJSm8rKlkLhEwvOprBjMswbY_3an/  Follow us on Insta: @justthegistpodcast Send us your suGISTions for stories and guests: justthegistpodcast@gmail.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hands Off My Podcast: True Crime
Ep21: Deuxième Partie ~ Canadian 'Jane & John Does'

Hands Off My Podcast: True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 15:45


Part Two: I will talk about open cases of the Rosedale Jane Doe, Clarington Jane Doe, Toronto Jane Doe (2019), Windsor Jane Doe (1982), Windsor John Doe (1982), Another Windsor Jane Doe (1982), Edmonton Jane Doe (1975)UNIDENTIFIED:   Each year, police record over 100,000 missing persons in Canada. In 2021, British Columbia had the highest number of missing adult reports per capita, with 258 reports per 100,000 people, followed by Manitoba with 152 reports per 100,000 people. Nunavut had the lowest, with five reports per 100,000 peopleThese are their stories….IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:(Click on the name of Jane /John Does below)LOST LOVED ONES:Rosedale Jane Doe: On May 2, 2022, police responded to a call in the Castle Frank Road and Dale Avenue area at around 4:45 p.m outside a home. Based on the Police report, her body was left there somewhere between noon on April 28 and on May 2, but she may have been dead since last summer. They estimated her to be between 4 to 7 years old. Clarington Jane Doe: aka Bowmanville Jane Doe 2006/Ontario Jane Doe . On October 27, 2006, while harvesting dogwood plants a man found human remains in a marshy field near the Darlington Nuclear Plant in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada. This location was isolated and undeveloped and quite mucky to trudge through. It's near enough to roads as well, but not too close to be stumbled upon by hikers.Toronto Jane Doe (2019): On June 7th, 2019, A woman's body was found in Toronto's north end last month and police are asking for your help identifying her. She was found in the area of Donlands Avenue and Millwood Road, which has a steep bridge in the area. in the early morning hours of June 7. Google Map location Windsor Jane Doe (1982): April 11-24, 1982 (Estimated) This is the time the deceased was estimated to be in the water.  April 25, 1982, They were discovered in the Detroit River near Maple Leaf Mills ProcessingWindsor John Doe (1982): Only 3.24 mi estimated away, on April 26, 1982, another body was recovered from the Detroit river near Fighting Island. He was estimated to be in the water for six months. He was male and black, 5'6"-5'8", with undetermined age. Another Windsor Jane Doe (1982): 3 Hours and Forty-Five Minutes away, on April 11, 1982, another female's body was recovered from the Inner Harbour near the Royal Canadian Yacht Club Toronto, Ontario. This female was also in the water for several weeks, height 5'1, with several healed medical procedures. Aged 35-50 years old. Edmonton Jane Doe (1975):  June 30, 1975. Edmonton was discovered in the North Saskatchewan River near the Beverly neighborhood of Edmonton, Canada.  We know that she is female, aged 18-30, and was 5'3 - 5'6 at 101-110 pounds. Edmonton was First Nations. HOW YOU CAN HELP:Crime Stoppers: 1-800-222-TIPS(8477) or online at https://www.canadiancrimestoppers.org/tips Crime Stoppers provides anonymous tippingSend an email to the National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains at:canadasmissing-disparuscanada@rcmp-grc.gc.ca  ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

The Sports Bar
The Chiefs can be exploited. Here's how.

The Sports Bar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 18:49


Alex Gold of 610 Sports in Kansas City joins Danger and Battaglia in The Sports Bar to preview Sunday's Bills/Chiefs matchup at Arrowhead and share what the Bills could learn by watching film of the Raiders defense from Monday night. Listen, download, rate, and subscribe here or wherever you enjoy your shows.

Corporate Crime Reporter Morning Minute
Wednesday October 12, 2022 How Insurers Exploited Medicare for Billions

Corporate Crime Reporter Morning Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 1:00


Wednesday October 12, 2022 How Insurers Exploited Medicare for Billions

Daily Crypto Report
"Mango exploited for $100M" October 12, 2022

Daily Crypto Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 6:28


Today's blockchain and cryptocurrency news Bitcoin is down slightly at $19,123 Ethereum is down slightly at $1298 Binance Coin down .5% at $271 Mango exploited for $100M Yuga Labs to face SEC probe Gemini steps into Europe Bittrex fined $29M. Step picks up $300M in debt finance. BNB Chain executes hard fork. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Exploited Podcast
Exploited Podcast 155: Inda Jani & Manuel Sahagun

Exploited Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 69:29


Exploited podcast episode 155 mixed by Inda Jani & Manuel Sahagun

News Headlines in Morse Code at 20 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv One of worlds most active volcanoes erupts again Tropical Update Julia is now in the eastern Pacific WWLTV Nurse Lucy Letby poisoned babies with insulin, trial told Kanye Wests Twitter and Instagram accounts locked over anti Semitism Nika Shakarami Videos show Iran teenager protesting before death U.N. publicly rejects Russias call for secret vote on Ukraine Georgia, FBI searching for missing toddler whose babysitter reports odd text before disappearance 2 injured in shooting outside Lee Zeldins Long Island home Police Gothamist GOP Sen. Tommy Tuberville faces backlash for comments on Democrats and crime Ukraine war Russian glee at missile flurry after Crimea bridge attack Hackers knock some U.S. airport websites offline Trump lawyer Christina Bobb spoke with federal investigators, source says What will change if federal marijuana ban is loosened LA City Council President Faces Calls To Resign After Leaked Audio Ukraine war US condemns brutal Russian strikes on Ukraine Exploited foreign doctors worry about risk to UK patients US parents We stormed school over shooting fears War in Ukraine Russias forces are exhausted, says GCHQ head Creeslough explosion Third night of vigils across north west

News Headlines in Morse Code at 25 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv GOP Sen. Tommy Tuberville faces backlash for comments on Democrats and crime One of worlds most active volcanoes erupts again Nika Shakarami Videos show Iran teenager protesting before death Hackers knock some U.S. airport websites offline Ukraine war Russian glee at missile flurry after Crimea bridge attack Exploited foreign doctors worry about risk to UK patients Trump lawyer Christina Bobb spoke with federal investigators, source says Kanye Wests Twitter and Instagram accounts locked over anti Semitism 2 injured in shooting outside Lee Zeldins Long Island home Police Gothamist What will change if federal marijuana ban is loosened Nurse Lucy Letby poisoned babies with insulin, trial told Ukraine war US condemns brutal Russian strikes on Ukraine LA City Council President Faces Calls To Resign After Leaked Audio Creeslough explosion Third night of vigils across north west US parents We stormed school over shooting fears U.N. publicly rejects Russias call for secret vote on Ukraine Tropical Update Julia is now in the eastern Pacific WWLTV Georgia, FBI searching for missing toddler whose babysitter reports odd text before disappearance War in Ukraine Russias forces are exhausted, says GCHQ head

News Headlines in Morse Code at 15 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Trump lawyer Christina Bobb spoke with federal investigators, source says What will change if federal marijuana ban is loosened Georgia, FBI searching for missing toddler whose babysitter reports odd text before disappearance 2 injured in shooting outside Lee Zeldins Long Island home Police Gothamist Exploited foreign doctors worry about risk to UK patients Hackers knock some U.S. airport websites offline Creeslough explosion Third night of vigils across north west US parents We stormed school over shooting fears One of worlds most active volcanoes erupts again Kanye Wests Twitter and Instagram accounts locked over anti Semitism U.N. publicly rejects Russias call for secret vote on Ukraine War in Ukraine Russias forces are exhausted, says GCHQ head Nurse Lucy Letby poisoned babies with insulin, trial told Tropical Update Julia is now in the eastern Pacific WWLTV Nika Shakarami Videos show Iran teenager protesting before death Ukraine war Russian glee at missile flurry after Crimea bridge attack Ukraine war US condemns brutal Russian strikes on Ukraine GOP Sen. Tommy Tuberville faces backlash for comments on Democrats and crime LA City Council President Faces Calls To Resign After Leaked Audio

News Headlines in Morse Code at 10 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv US parents We stormed school over shooting fears Exploited foreign doctors worry about risk to UK patients What will change if federal marijuana ban is loosened 2 injured in shooting outside Lee Zeldins Long Island home Police Gothamist Ukraine war US condemns brutal Russian strikes on Ukraine Creeslough explosion Third night of vigils across north west Trump lawyer Christina Bobb spoke with federal investigators, source says U.N. publicly rejects Russias call for secret vote on Ukraine LA City Council President Faces Calls To Resign After Leaked Audio Ukraine war Russian glee at missile flurry after Crimea bridge attack Nurse Lucy Letby poisoned babies with insulin, trial told GOP Sen. Tommy Tuberville faces backlash for comments on Democrats and crime War in Ukraine Russias forces are exhausted, says GCHQ head One of worlds most active volcanoes erupts again Kanye Wests Twitter and Instagram accounts locked over anti Semitism Nika Shakarami Videos show Iran teenager protesting before death Tropical Update Julia is now in the eastern Pacific WWLTV Hackers knock some U.S. airport websites offline Georgia, FBI searching for missing toddler whose babysitter reports odd text before disappearance

The Punk Rock Chronicles Podcast
Mendiolas Ballroom Flyer Series with Joe Escalante and Guest Host Alison Braun (2 of 3)

The Punk Rock Chronicles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 88:44


The second installment of the Mendiolas Ballroom Riot series starts off with Eric VonArab (Love Canal), the roadie for The Vandals, and his story of escaping the riot.  Then we move into the interview with Joe Escalante and guest host Alison Braun to get The Vandals perspective from that crazy evening.  This 3-episode series is about a punk show that was held on February 11, 1983 at a venue called the Mendiolas Ballroom in Huntington Park.  One of the most violent punk rock riots during this era kicked off that evening.  Listen to our guest recall the craziness that ensued that evening from a perspective of playing and taking photos as this was part of Youth Movement 83.  There was a lot of promise of being a fun night of great music with an amazing lineup that included The Exploited, CH3, Youth Brigade, Vandals, Aggression, and Suicidal Tendencies.Joe Escalante Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/TheVandalsInstagram https://www.instagram.com/vandalsofficial/ www.thevandals.bigcartel.com  Alison Braun Websitehttp://www.alisonbraun.com/Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/alisonbraunphotoFacebook https://www.facebook.com/AlisonBraunPhotography The Punk Rock Chronicles Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thepunkrockchronicles/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thepunkrockchronicles Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/thepunkrockchroniclespodcast 

The Manila Times Podcasts
VOTT: Murder of Percy Lapid exploited by politicians | Oct. 9, 2022

The Manila Times Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 5:02


VOTT: Murder of Percy Lapid exploited by politicians | Oct. 9, 2022 Subscribe to The Manila Times Channel - https://tmt.ph/YTSubscribe Visit our website at https://www.manilatimes.net Follow us: Facebook - https://tmt.ph/facebook Instagram - https://tmt.ph/instagram Twitter - https://tmt.ph/twitter DailyMotion - https://tmt.ph/dailymotion Subscribe to our Digital Edition - https://tmt.ph/digital Check out our Podcasts:Spotify - https://tmt.ph/spotify Apple Podcasts - https://tmt.ph/applepodcasts Amazon Music - https://tmt.ph/amazonmusic Deezer: https://tmt.ph/deezer Stitcher: https://tmt.ph/stitcherTune In: https://tmt.ph/tuneinSoundcloud: https://tmt.ph/soundcloud #TheManilaTimes#VoiceOfTheTimes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

CISA Cybersecurity Alerts
CISA Alert AA22-279A – Top CVEs actively exploited by People's Republic of China state-sponsored cyber actors.

CISA Cybersecurity Alerts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 2:37


This joint Cybersecurity Advisory provides the top CVEs used by the People's Republic of China state-sponsored cyber actors. PRC cyber actors continue to exploit these known vulnerabilities and use publicly available tools to target networks of interest. PRC state-sponsored cyber actors have actively targeted U.S. and allied networks as well as software and hardware companies to steal intellectual property and develop access into sensitive networks. AA22-279A Alert, Technical Details, and Mitigations For more information on PRC state-sponsored malicious cyber activity, see CISA's China Cyber Threat Overview and Advisories webpage, FBI's Industry Alerts, and NSA's Cybersecurity Advisories & Guidance.  People's Republic of China State-Sponsored Cyber Actors Exploit Network Providers and Devices CISA offers several no-cost scanning and testing services to help organizations reduce their exposure to threats by taking a proactive approach to mitigating attack vectors. See www.cisa.gov/cyber-hygiene-services U.S. DIB sector organizations may consider signing up for the NSA Cybersecurity Collaboration Center's DIB Cybersecurity Service Offerings, including Protective Domain Name System (PDNS) services, vulnerability scanning, and threat intelligence collaboration for eligible organizations. For more information on how to enroll in these services, email dib_defense@cyber.nsa.gov  To report incidents and anomalous activity or to request incident response resources or technical assistance related to these threats, contact CISA at report@cisa.gov, or call (888) 282-0870, or report incidents to your local FBI field office.

RNZ: Checkpoint
Exploited migrant worker awarded nearly $100k in compensation

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 5:34


Devinder Mann owned multiple pizza stores in Auckland and forced his staff to work long hours of overtime without compensation. He's now been ordered by the Employment Relations Authority to pay up. Tom Taylor reports.

The CyberWire
CISA Alert AA22-279A – Top CVEs actively exploited by People's Republic of China state-sponsored cyber actors.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 2:37


This joint Cybersecurity Advisory provides the top CVEs used by the People's Republic of China state-sponsored cyber actors. PRC cyber actors continue to exploit these known vulnerabilities and use publicly available tools to target networks of interest. PRC state-sponsored cyber actors have actively targeted U.S. and allied networks as well as software and hardware companies to steal intellectual property and develop access into sensitive networks. AA22-279A Alert, Technical Details, and Mitigations For more information on PRC state-sponsored malicious cyber activity, see CISA's China Cyber Threat Overview and Advisories webpage, FBI's Industry Alerts, and NSA's Cybersecurity Advisories & Guidance.  People's Republic of China State-Sponsored Cyber Actors Exploit Network Providers and Devices CISA offers several no-cost scanning and testing services to help organizations reduce their exposure to threats by taking a proactive approach to mitigating attack vectors. See www.cisa.gov/cyber-hygiene-services U.S. DIB sector organizations may consider signing up for the NSA Cybersecurity Collaboration Center's DIB Cybersecurity Service Offerings, including Protective Domain Name System (PDNS) services, vulnerability scanning, and threat intelligence collaboration for eligible organizations. For more information on how to enroll in these services, email dib_defense@cyber.nsa.gov  To report incidents and anomalous activity or to request incident response resources or technical assistance related to these threats, contact CISA at report@cisa.gov, or call (888) 282-0870, or report incidents to your local FBI field office.

Hands Off My Podcast: True Crime
Ep21: Part Un ~ Canadian 'Jane & John Does'

Hands Off My Podcast: True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 24:47


Part Un: I will talk about open cases of the Halifax John Doe 2004, Coquitlam John Doe, Edmonton John Doe of 1999, Edmonton Jane Doe 2003, Mossleigh Jane Doe, and Banff Jane Doe.UNIDENTIFIED:   2015. Canada had 91 unidentified female remains. There were also 470 unidentified males and 136 cases where the sex is unknown. All 13 provinces and territories eventually provided data to The Globe, while several jurisdictions took many months to do so, some citing a lack of resources to collect the information. In 2015, the 697 unknown are not a complete count, since it does not include very old or very recently found remains. These are their stories….IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:(Click on the name of Jane /John Does below)LOST LOVE ONES:Halifax John Doe 2004 - October 8, 2004,* This date is estimated. 8th, 9th, or 12th have all been listed as possible discovery dates. I believe October 8 is the most accurate. Halifax was discovered hanging from a tree in a forested area behind a Petro-Canada Station. The station is located near Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Halifax, Nova Scotia, near Highway 102. The remains were reported by someone who called the police.Coquitlam John Doe - July 2, 1998 Coquitlam's body was found in a wooded area on the 4100 block of Oxford Street, north of the Port Coquitlam cemetery in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada. The person that found him was walking their dog, and the area is described as heavily wooded.Edmonton John Doe of 1999 - July 18, 1999, 11:00 PM (Sunday) Firefighters discovered Edmonton in a burnt-out garage after an emergency call was made for 108A Avenue and 97th Street in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The firefighters had just put the fire out and were looking for hotspots.Edmonton Jane Doe 2003 - On April 11th, 2003 Edmonton Jane Doe was a woman recovered from the North Saskatchewan River bank near the Riverdale area in Edmonton. She is possibly connected to another unidentified woman in 2006 who was later identified in 2019, though her identity was withheld who was found in a nearby location.Mossleigh Jane Doe - From the Calgary Herald newspaper in 2006, Two separate remains are actually discovered on the same day. One of the remains was believed to be found on the reserve likely washed out of an ancient Indian burial site during it 2006 flooding in the area.Banff Jane Doe -  On April 8, 1979, two hikers discovered a human skull in Banff National Park, Alberta, down a steep bank near 40 Mile Creek. Only two hundred yards north of the trans-Canada highway in the vicinity of the Buffalo Paddock. near Banff Townsite. A search of the area uncovered additional remains, including several ribs and vertebrae, a leg bone, and a shoulder blade.HOW YOU CAN HELP:Crime Stoppers: 1-800-222-TIPS(8477) or online at https://www.canadiancrimestoppers.org/tips Crime Stoppers provides anonymous tippingSend an email to the National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains at:canadasmissing-disparuscanada@rcmp-grc.gc.ca  PATREON SHOUTOUT:Kat K. Member as of April 20, 2022 ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

5bytespodcast
Even More Windows 11 22H2 Problems! 2 Exchange Zero Days Exploited! Amazon Workspaces News!

5bytespodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 23:13


On this week's episode of the podcast, I cover stories of 2 Microsoft Exchange Zero Days being exploited in the wild, more problems with Windows 11 22H2 and much more! Reference Links: https://www.rorymon.com/blog/even-more-windows-11-22h2-problems-2-exchange-zero-days-exploited-amazon-workspaces-news/

The CyberWire
Microsoft Exchange zero-days exploited. Supply chain attack reported. New Lazarus activity. Mexican government falls victim to hacktivism. Hacking partial mobilization. Former insider threat.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 35:37 Very Popular


Two Microsoft Exchange zero-days exploited in the wild. A supply chain attack, possibly from Chinese intelligence services. There's new Lazarus activity: bring-your-own-vulnerable-driver. The Mexican government falls victim to apparent hacktivism. Flying under partial mobilization's radar. Betsy Carmelite from Booz Allen Hamilton talks about addressing the cyber workforce skills gap. Our guest Rachel Tobac from SocialProof Security brings a musical approach to security awareness training. How's your off-boarding program working out? For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/190 Selected reading. Microsoft Releases Guidance on Zero-Day Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server (CISA)  Customer Guidance for Reported Zero-day Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server (Microsoft Security Response Center) Warning: New attack campaign utilized a new 0-day RCE vulnerability on Microsoft Exchange Server (GTSC) URGENT! Microsoft Exchange double zero-day – “like ProxyShell, only different” (Naked Security) Microsoft confirms two Exchange Server zero days are being used in cyberattacks (The Record by Recorded Future)Microsoft confirms new Exchange zero-days are used in attacks (BleepingComputer)  Two Microsoft Exchange zero-days exploited in the wild. (CyberWre)  CISA Adds Three Known Exploited Vulnerabilities to Catalog (CISA) Suspected Chinese hackers tampered with widely used customer chat program, researchers say (Reuters) Report: Commercial chat provider hijacked to spread malware in supply chain attack (The Record by Recorded Future)  CrowdStrike Falcon Platform Identifies Supply Chain Attack via a Trojanized Comm100 Chat Installer (crowdstrike.com) Amazon‑themed campaigns of Lazarus in the Netherlands and Belgium (WeLiveSecurity) Lazarus & BYOVD: evil to the Windows core (Virus Bulletin) Lazarus hackers abuse Dell driver bug using new FudModule rootkit (BleepingComputer) Mexican government suffers major data hack, president's health issues revealed (Reuters) Mexican president confirms ‘Guacamaya' hack targeting regional militaries (The Record by Recorded Future) Analysis: Mexico data hack exposes government cybersecurity vulnerability (Reuters) Russians dodging mobilization behind flourishing scam market (BleepingComputer)  Honolulu Man Pleads Guilty to Sabotaging Former Employer's Computer Network (US Department of Justice)

Hands Off My Podcast: True Crime
Ep20: Part Two - Hispanic Heritage, Tu sin Nombre (Our Nameless)

Hands Off My Podcast: True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 24:56


Part Two: I will talk about open cases of the Baker County John Doe, New Britain Jane Doe, Gwinnett County John Doe, Pima County Jane Doe, Ms. Startex, and Lenawee County John Doe UNIDENTIFED:   In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, DNA Doe Project is putting the spotlight on our Hispanic, Latinx, and Indigenous John and Jane Does. I wanted to bring their stories to the forefront, even though this is just a handful or thousands that are unidentified or tu sin Nombre on the NAMUS website. Let alone, there is a whole other list of people that are considered unclaimed. I hope to talk about their stories in the near future. These cases are special - they present numerous challenges to the teams working on them, and they highlight important social justice issues. The DNA Doe Project, a national nonprofit that seeks to identify John and Jane Does using genetic genealogy and is hoping to help identify them and let them rest with their grieving families. These are their stories….IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:(Click on the name of Jane /John Does below)LOST LOVE ONES:Baker County John Doe: On September 5, 1995 a dog out for a run in a wooded area along Lewis Covin Road and State Road 121 in Maclenny, Florida, returned to its owner a human skull. Then around September 15, 1995 the dog brought back a human femur. Authorities were never able to pinpoint exactly where the remains were found.New Britain Jane Doe:  New Britain Jane Doe was a woman who was found deceased near railroad tracks on Myrtle Street in New Britain, Connecticut. The woman's badly decomposed body was found near the railroad tracks in the area of Myrtle Street between Grove and Booth streets on Oct. 11, 1991. was found in garbage bags near the railroad tracks on Myrtle Street in New Britain across from what used to be the Fafnir Bearing Company. She died of a gunshot wound to the head.Gwinnett County John Doe:  This person is known as the Unidentified person known as Buford Doe, from Buford, Georgia and Gwinnett County. July 21, 2015 - The water crew clearing the wooded area found Buford's partial skeletal remains. Specifically, they were contracted by the Buford sewer authority, and they were clearing brush between sewer covers when they saw a skull. The workers thought the skull was a Halloween decoration at first. Pima County Jane Doe:  Pima County Jane Doe aka Tucson Jane Doe On November 1, 1979, was discovered alongside a road. She was located 10 miles southeast of Tucson off the intersection of Highway 83 and Old Sonoita Highway. Her body was dumped along the side of the road. It appeared she died at a different location. ** We noticed that this is a different Pima Co. Jane than DNA Doe Project. You can read here case HERE **   Ms Startex:  Also known as Jane Doe Spartanburg, South Carolina '11, and to investigators, she is Jane Doe Startex. This Jane Doe is named for the Startex Mill Village in South Carolina. Startex Jane Doe was found as skeletal remains under a couch in the woods. The case is active and being treated as a homicide.Lenawee County John Doe:  The case has been classified as a homicide, closed, and reopened.  This person is known as Roberto, aka Lenawee County John Doe 1997.  November 19, 1997 (Wednesday Afternoon) The body was found by a local farmer preparing to harvest. The location is in Blissfield Township, Michigan, Lenawee County.If you haven't taken a DNA test or don't wish to upload to GEDmatch, you can still celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by assisting with our mission! All John and Jane Does have loved ones missing them - you can help by sharing the stories of these 12 John and Jane Does. EDUCATE/SUPPORT/DONATE: EDUCATE: HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH 2022 |  National Hispanic American Heritage Month 2022 (hispanicheritagemonth.gov) SUPPORT: September-October 2022 Featured Cases: Hispanic Heritage Month | DNA Doe Project | 2022 | https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSca5xKTvqSep-UlOzt9cpQctwTeXfOTLQWE0I_F2A45hZSY_A/viewform SHOUTOUT: THANK YOU!!   Co-Host/Researcher: MW (https://linktr.ee/weathersrabbits), for giving me the spark to the torch! Hands Off My Podcast: True Crime | Meet MW! (transistor.fm) DNA Doe Project https://dnadoeproject.org/ PATREON SHOUTOUT:Kat K. Member as of April 20, 2022 ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

MillionKids.org
Million Kids Exploited - HOW TO SUPPORT YOUR LAW ENFORCEMENT WHEN INVESTIGATING ONLINE CRIMES OF CHILD EXPLOITATION

MillionKids.org

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 50:30


Investigating online child sex crimes are some of the most challenging types of investigations in the business. To be effective: Law enforcements needs you first and foremost to make leaders of your children so they will not be victims. Law enforcement needs quick and thorough information related to actual cases. Do not delete the photos or conversation. Do not alert the pedophile you know. Do not share it with everyone you know but take the victim and the electronics to cyber crimes locally. In Riverside :951-955-5520 Nationally: 1-888-373-7888 The victim may be in your area but perpetrator is thousands of miles away. Most often cases are multi-jurisdictional . The perpetrator may be one deranged soul, a ring of pedophiles coming together, or even large scale telemarketing centers in foreign countries. Victims are as varied as any crime ever investigated Could be prepubescent. Could be toddlers Could be teens playing in a video game Could be teens doing self-made pornography – amateur pornography, or naïve kids doing sexual acts in front of webcams. At any given time, the FBI states there could be as many as 500,000 pedophiles online. Most important, talk with your child BEFORE they go online. Follow MillionKids.org and educate your child and prepare them to become leaders to live in a world with millions of bad guys. At Million Kids we believe online child sex crimes can be avoided if we prepare our young people to be hard to groom and recruit. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/million-kids/support

Humane Nation
Episode 17: Most Exploited Dog Breeds

Humane Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 23:06


In this episode we talk about what we believe to be the most exploited dog breeds. While the list isn't comprehensive, our goal is to show you various ways that people and, in some cases, industries have exploited dogs. We're curious, which dog breeds would you add to this list? Follow us on Instagram @thehumanenationHumane Nation

The Punk Rock Chronicles Podcast
Mendiolas Ballroom Flyer Series with Shawn Stern and Guest Host Alison Braun (1 of 3)

The Punk Rock Chronicles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 67:42


Shawn Stern of Youth Brigade  and BYO with guest host Alison Braun commence the first installment of The Punk Rock Chronicles flyer series.  This 3-episode series starts with a show that was held on February 11, 1983 at a venue called the Mendiolas Ballroom in Huntington Park.  One of the most violent punk rock riots during this era kicked off that evening.  Listen to our guest recall the craziness that ensued that evening from a perspective of being a promoter, playing and taking photos as this was part of Youth Movement 83.  There was a lot of promise of being a fun night of great music with an amazing lineup that included The Exploited, CH3, Youth Brigade, Vandals, Aggression, and Suicidal Tendencies.Coming up next Episode 2 with guest host Alison Braun and Joe Escalante (The Vandals) with special appearance Eric VonArab (Vandals roadie that evening)Episode 3 with guest host Alison Braun,  Mike Magrann and Kimm Gardener (CH3)Shawn Stern https://www.facebook.com/YouthBrigadeband/https://punkrockbowling.com/https://www.instagram.com/youth_brigade_official Alison Braun Websitehttp://www.alisonbraun.com/Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/alisonbraunphotoFacebook https://www.facebook.com/AlisonBraunPhotography The Punk Rock Chronicles Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thepunkrockchronicles/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thepunkrockchronicles Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/thepunkrockchroniclespodcast

Exploited Podcast
Exploited Podcast 154: Moodymanc

Exploited Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 63:35


Exploited podcast episode 154 mixed by Moodymanc

WBAI News with Paul DeRienzo
Elijah McCain Homicide, Tlaib vs Banks, Abigail Disney on exploited workers, Naloxone in school

WBAI News with Paul DeRienzo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 25:36


An amended autopsy report says young Black man who died in police custody in Colorado.. was given an overdose of ketamine by. a paramedic… Unrest grows in Iran… Rashida Tlaib takes on Jamie Diamond.. Alex Jones calls the court rigged and LA faces an epidemic of overdoses.. in its schools.

Jim and Them
Adam Levine's Baby Names - #743 Part 2

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 99:12


CHURROS: Jim brings an egregious example of Chef Aarón Sánchez trying to flex his pronounciations.Ye On GMA: Ye, aka Kanye West, aka the real world Joker, appears on Good Morning America to discuss his children, his school and his fashion wins and woes.Adam Levine: We delve into the Maroon 5 singer's extramarital affairs that leaked this past week.WALK IN LIKE YOU BELONG!, SOMEONE LIKE ME!, ANDOR!, REAL ONES!, PATREON!, JIMTERVENTION!, SPOOKY SEASON!, DISNEY MIKE!, OOGIE BOOGIE BASH!, CALIFORNIA ADVENTURE!, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY!, MONSTERS AFTER DARK!, SEASONAL!, TYLER BATES!, MAGIC OF A THEME PARK!, ANNABELLE CREATION!, INSIDIOUS!, MONSTERS INC AFTER DARK!, MUSHROOMS!, DELTA 8!, JENKEM!, 16 BEERS!, JOLT COLA!, TEMPLE OF DOOM!, AARON SANCHEZ!, MASTERCHEF!, CHURRO!, ROLL YOUR R'S!, EGREGIOUS!, JOE!, GORDON RAMSAY!, DESERT!, CHILI!, CACAO!, TUTORIAL!, CHEWIE!, CHEWBACCA!, 24 HOURS TO HELL AND BACK!, DISGUISES!, MASKS!, RICK AND MORTY!, BEST IN DOUGH!, SHE HULK!, REAL CHANCE AT LOVE WITH BRET MICHAELS!, EVIL!, WHO'S READY FOR FALL!, THE BOY BLUE!, KANYE!, GMA!, GOOD MORNING AMERICA!, FASHION!, ADIDAS!, GAP!, SWAY!, YOU DON'T HAVE THE ANSWERS SWAY!, THE BIBLE!, POWER!, M NIGHT SHYAMALAN!, DONDA!, SCHOOL!, YZY!, CHILD LABOR!, GLASSES!, FACE MASK!, ROLL UP!, BRET HART GLASSES!, ALIEN!, RESELL!, HOODIE!, SOFT!, BRAD HALL!, WHITE GUY!, DOING A BIT!, GOOFS!, REVIEW BRAH!, PAUL DANO!, RIDDLER!, BRIAN'S WEDDING!, ADAM LEVINE!, SUMNER STROHL!, INSTAGRAM!, DIRECT MESSAGES!, AFFAIR!, CHEATING!, TABLOID!, MAROON 5!, TIKTOK!, VICTORIA'S SECRET MODEL!, YOUNG!, NAIVE!, EXPLOITED!, SNEAKING AROUND!, EMBARASSING!, MEME!, HOLY FUCK!, YOUR BODY IS ABSURD!, M'LADY!, DIRT!, MURPH!, BLOCKED!, PS4 MESSAGE!, OVERWATCH!, 5 DOLLARS GET OUT OF HERE!, MAY NEED TO SEE THE BOOTY!, PERCHANCE!, PAW PATROL!, CHEEKY BLINDERS!, SEX THERAPIST!, SEX EXPERT!, 3FUN!, FLIRTY!, GETTING LOUD!, JERKING OFF!, SHIA!, HEY IT'S ME!, MINECRAFT!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

One Truth Podcast
Faith For Sale Pt 4(Moderate and Low Heat of(Exploited Weaknesses)|MSG #15|Pastor Benjamin Smith

One Truth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 83:11


Faith For Sale Pt 4(Moderate and Low Heat of(Exploited Weaknesses)|MSG #15|Pastor Benjamin Smith by Revealing Truth Ministries

Hands Off My Podcast: True Crime
Ep20: Part One - Hispanic Heritage, Tu sin nombre (Our Nameless)

Hands Off My Podcast: True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 29:38


Part One: I will talk about open cases of the Ventura County Jane Doe, Broadway Street Phoenix Jane Doe, Kilgore Jane Doe, Kings County Jane Doe, Tempe Girl,  and Tom Green County John Doe.UNIDENTIFED:   In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, DNA Doe Project is putting the spotlight on our Hispanic, Latinx, and Indigenous John and Jane Does. I wanted to bring their stories to the forefront, even though this is just a handful or thousands that are unidentified or tu sin Nombre on the NAMUS website. Let alone, there is a whole other list of people that are considered unclaimed. I hope to talk about their stories in the near future. These cases are special - they present numerous challenges to the teams working on them, and they highlight important social justice issues. The DNA Doe Project, a national nonprofit that seeks to identify John and Jane Does using genetic genealogy and is hoping to help identify them and let them rest with their grieving families. These are their stories….IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:(Click on the name of Jane /John Does below)LOST LOVE ONE:Ventura County Jane Doe: This Jane Doe was a victim of serial killer Wilson Choust in 1980. She was pregnant at the time of her death and although the father of her fetus has been identified, he was not able to provide any clues to her identity. Her DNA matches indicate she is of Latin American descent with matches from Mexico, California, New Mexico, Texas, and may even have a distant ancestor from the UK or Ireland.Broadway Street Phoenix Jane Doe: This Jane Doe was a hit-and-run victim killed in Phoenix in 2004. Her DNA matches indicate she had close family in Calvillo, Aguascalientes, Mexico.Kilgore Jane Doe: aka Gregg County Jane Doe: Kilgore Jane Doe was found in 2000 in Kilgore, Texas. Her DNA demonstrates high indigenous admixture and her DNA matches are extremely distant. She may be from Central or South America.Kings County Jane Doe: An unidentified woman was found in 2015 wrapped in a tarp and dumped in a canal bank. She was likely elderly and may have been bedridden. Her DNA matches indicate she is of Latin American Descent.Tempe Girl: Tempe Girl passed away from an apparent drug overdose in 2002. A witness who was with her at the time of her death indicated that the young girl was a Spanish speaker and had reported being estranged from her family. Tempe Girl's DNA matches indicate she may be Peruvian and Mexican.Tom Green County John Doe: Also known as "White Socks" for the garments worn by the decedent. His DNA matches are very distant and indicate he may be Colombian or Central American.EDUCATE/SUPPORT/DONATE: EDUCATE: HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH 2022 |  National Hispanic American Heritage Month 2022 (hispanicheritagemonth.gov) SUPPORT: GEDmatch https://www.gedmatch.com/, “Selfie Forensic ID” App http://onelink.to/selfieforensic, Child Safe Kit® https://www.childsafekit.com/  ARTICLES/SOURCES:Selfie identification app as a forensic tool for missing and unidentified persons | The National Center for Biotechnology | 018 May-Aug | https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6344790/ SHOUTOUT: THANK YOU!!  DNA Doe Project https://dnadoeproject.org/ PATREON SHOUTOUT:Kat K. Member as of April 20, 2022GpfW9H9lKKX4z2ZRia1l ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

MillionKids.org
Million Kids Exploited: WHY THE MOVIE "SEXTORTION: THE HIDDEN PANDEMIC" IS SO IMPORTANT TO FAMILIES, THERAPISTS, PASTORS, AND EDUCATORS AND WHY WE NEED YOUR HELP!

MillionKids.org

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 50:30


Sextortion: The Hidden Pandemic is an investigation into the world of online grooming and sextortion--a present-day reality for one in seven children online. By unsealing the federal case of a top-gun pilot with hundreds of victims, and interviewing survivors and their parents, this true-crime piece exposes an often-overlooked crime against children, the tactics of online predators, and the voices of parents and law enforcement poised to stop online child exploitation in its tracks. Global Child Pornography Rings- one photo can go to 1 million pedophiles Third World Telemarketing Centers-ruthlessly preying on US young people Pornhub: Child Pornography Case – took down 9.3 million images of child pornography Individuals who Perpetrate – Daniel Harris- had many victims in US and overseas. Sextortion creates sexual shame and an emotional devastation unlike any other crime.- few understand the life long emotional damage experienced by sextortion victims. 58% of kids who are being blackmailed will try to meet up with their predator Many kids who are being sextorted have taken their own lives or have been murdered. Many kids who meet up with their predator are put into forced prostitution or pornography production. We believe that online child exploitation does not have to happen. Most kids want to be leaders and influencers but we must educate parents and youth about how the Internet is used by bad guys and how to protect themselves so they will not be a victim of exploitation. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/million-kids/support

Horror Queers
Exploited (Patreon Clip)

Horror Queers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 5:44


Here's a sneak peek at our all new Patreon bonus minisode on Jon Abrams' controversial College sexual assault thriller Exploited (2022).Like what you hear? Head on over to www.patreon.com/horrorqueers and become a Patron for more exclusive bonus content today!Theme Music: Alexander Nakarada Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Cyber Security Today
Cyber Security Today, Sept 16, 2022 - Queen's death exploited by phishing scam, new Linux backdoor found, and more

Cyber Security Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 4:33 Very Popular


This episode reports on one way crooks are taking advantage of the Queen's death to steal credentials, how Los Angeles' school board is responding to a ransomware attack, and more  

The Audio Verse Awards Nominee Showcase Podcast
2022 Showcase: Untrue Stories

The Audio Verse Awards Nominee Showcase Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 19:24


This is Robin Johnson, creator, writer and producer on Untrue Stories, which is a comedy science fiction serial about the time travelling shenanigans of science fiction writers. This is Episode 4, How a Nation is Exploited. Untrue Stories is my first audio drama; my background is writing for fringe theatre. I've written several stage farces satirising classical literature. When I made the move to audio, the freedom of the medium allowed me to do my thing with classic science fiction. I've always thought audio drama was a particularly perfect fit for surreal comic SFF ever since growing up with the original Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy radio series, and working in this space is the most fun I've had for ages. Thank you for listening. Transcript can be found at: https://untrue-stories.simplecast.com/episodes/how-a-nation-is-exploited/transcript https://untrue-stories.simplecast.com Twitter: @Untrue_Stories

Hands Off My Podcast: True Crime
Ep19: Grisell Camacho

Hands Off My Podcast: True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 22:32


"Justice, Just imagine for a moment you had a sister that you grew up together, played together, when she had I had when I had she had. The love that I have for her is everlasting."  - Grisell's Brother via Reddit posts UNSOLVED HOMICIDE:   Grisell Camacho beloved sister vanished leaving behind her siblings, a mother, and her pet birds. No arrests, no leads, and the police are uncooperative with the family of Grisell Camacho who was traumatized and needs closure and justice for their loved one. I have found no news sources about what happened to Grisell Camacho. Thus, the only sources I have for you are the accounts via her brother through Reddit Rob is a strong brother and is desperate to find the person that harmed his sister.This is Grisell's Story……IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:Newark Police Tips E-mail:  HomicideTips@njecpo.org OR 877-TIPS-4-EC (877-847-7432)https://www.facebook.com/NJECPO/photos/a.152093568570432/152093335237122/?type=3Let's use the #justiceforgrisellcamacho and make sure we tag the Newark police in everything. On Twitter they are @ NewarkNJPoliceLOST LOVE ONE:My sister Grisell Camacho (pictured on the right) was Murdered | Reddit | 4/14/21 | https://www.reddit.com/r/Newark/comments/mr3zdm/my_sister_grisell_camacho_pictured_one_the_right/EDUCATE/SUPPORT/DONATE: EDUCATE HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH 2022 | Oprah Daily | 2022 | https://www.oprahdaily.com/hispanic-heritage-month/ SUPPORT If you have some grit to help this case please consider writing a letter to:  Newark News: tips@njadvancemedia.com https://www.nj.com/news/2017/04/how_to_safely_and_securely_send_us_a_tip.htmlAsk the news to write a story about Grisell so that her posts can be posted in true crime communities that require a proper news source. Also, this would be just good for the case in general. Ask for an investigation into Grisell's case.AND/OREssex County Prosecutor's OfficeVeterans Courthouse50 West Market StreetNewark, NJ 07102973-621-4700https://dev.njecpo.org/Send in a letter asking that an investigation is done on Grisell's case.MIDROLL, MISSING IN NJ:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/17whhj3or4o3QoIFpRJ66MJpvoVQFvo_kmnD55gSRiB8/edit?usp=sharingARTICLES/SOURCES:  No Investigation Into Woman Found On Bus! (Grisell Camacho, Newark NJ, 2001) | Ominously Positive True Crime | 7/30/21 | https://weathersrabbits.blogspot.com/search?q=grisell My sister Grisell Camacho (pictured one the right) was Murdered | Reddit | 4/14/21 | https://www.reddit.com/r/Newark/comments/mr3zdm/my_sister_grisell_camacho_pictured_one_the_right/ City of Newark. Anyone who is familiar with this girls killer. Please say something. Grisell Camacho was murdered  | Reddit | Aug 25, 2022 | https://www.reddit.com/r/Newark/comments/wxxkxs/city_of_newark_anyone_who_is_familiar_with_this/ SHOUTOUT: THANK YOU!!   Rob Camacho, Brother of Grisell Camacho  MW (@weathersrabbits), for giving me the spark to the torch! https://linktr.ee/weathersrabbits PATREON SHOUTOUT:Kat K. Member as of April 20, 2022 ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Cyber Security Today
Cyber Security Today, Sept. 14, 2022 - The latest news on Windows patches, a warning to medical IT administrators, a Mitel VoIP vulnerability being exploited and more

Cyber Security Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 5:55 Very Popular


This episode reports on CISOs cutting back on the number of security vendors they buy from, unsecured medical devices, Windows updates and more

ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society
Vulnerable, Targeted, And Exploited IoT Devices: Take The Necessary Steps To Discover Assets And Remediate The Risk | A Crucial Conversation With Brian Contos

ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 50:47


Large enterprises and government agencies deploy thousands of Internet of Things (IoT), Operational Technology (OT), and other network-connected devices. But many severely underestimate the count, and many more do not manage these devices to ensure the latest security measure are in place.This includes up-to-date firmware and strong passwords. Knowing this, the cybercriminal community focuses on these devices and environments. They are more vulnerable than primary IT infrastructures and offer an easy way to breach digital assets and move laterally without discovery across an organization's broader infrastructure.In this episode, Brian Contos, Chief Security Officer for Phosphorous Cybersecurity, presents insights and examines the risks to IoT, OT, and network devices and the issues they can cause to an organization's overall IT infrastructure. The article also demonstrates how devices are attacked and presents ways to overcome the risks to ensure digital assets remain safe._______________________Community Member Contributor: Brian ContosChief Security Officer for Phosphorous Cybersecurity [@phosphorusinc]On Twitter | https://twitter.com/BrianContosOn LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/briancontos/______________________For more podcasts from Crucial Conversations with The Blue Lava Community, visit: https://www.itspmagazine.com/crucial-conversations-podcastTo access the full collection of Blue Lava Community resources, visit: https://itspm.ag/blclog22To learn more about Blue Lava, visit: https://itspm.ag/blue-lava-w2qs______________________Are you interested in sponsoring an ITSPmagazine Channel?

Conversations That Matter with Alex Newman
Are Black Americans Being Exploited to Bring in Socialism? Uncle Tom II

Conversations That Matter with Alex Newman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 8:57


Black Americans have been manipulated and weaponized by sinister forces in an effort to destroy freedom in America, according to the two men behind the stunning new documentary Uncle Tom II. In this interview with The New American magazine’s Alex Newman, Uncle Tom II co-producer Chad Jackson and director Justin Malone explain their incredible findings ... The post Are Black Americans Being Exploited to Bring in Socialism? Uncle Tom II appeared first on The New American.

Exploited Podcast
Exploited Podcast 153: Fouk

Exploited Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 61:41


Exploited podcast episode 153 mixed by Fouk

Equipped with Chris Brooks
Restoring the Lives of the Exploited

Equipped with Chris Brooks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022


Human Trafficking is one of the oldest evils in the world.  Exploiting women, men, and children for profit is illegal.  When they are rescued, who cares for the legal consequences of the victims after they are freed?  Nate Knapper will introduce the exciting work of the Joseph Project - leveraging legal resources to restore lives shattered by exploitation.  

Tom Mullen Talks Freedom
Episode 120 The Left Wing Myth of the Exploited Rock Star

Tom Mullen Talks Freedom

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 33:42


Summary: The exploited rock star myth is just another version of the Marxist falsehood that employers are “exploiting” their workers by paying them more than anyone else is willing to pay them or that they can earn themselves. But making victims of musicians earning millions and living in mansions is particularly dumb, even for Marxists. Links (aka “shameless self promotion”): https://amzn.to/3QxlG3J (Into the Twilight (Tom Mullen)) https://amzn.to/3es0EGm (Be Satisfied (The Skeptics)) Free Gift from Tom: Download a free copy of Tom's new e-book, It's the Fed, Stupid, at https://forms.aweber.com/form/87/2092395087.html (itsthefedstupid.com). It's also available in paperback https://amzn.to/3HTYSYh (here). It's priced at a pre-hyperinflation level so grab a few copies for friends if you can. It makes a great introduction to the government's most economically damaging institution for liberals, conservatives, libertarians, socialists, and independents alike. Get even more great content by becoming a Tom Mullen Talks Freedom Supporter at https://tommullentalksfreedom.com/support/ (tommullentalksfreedom.com/support). You can sign up there for either https://www.patreon.com/tommullentalksfreedom (my Patreon) or https://tommullen.substack.com/ (my Substack). Like the music on Tom Mullen Talks Freedom? You can hear more at https://skepticsongs.com/ (tommullensings.com)!

SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic
Florida State's special teams' coach exploited LSU's miscues

SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 9:59


Bobby, Kristian, and Mike talked to WWL listeners about LSU's performance on special teams in their season-opening loss to Florida State. The guys discussed Mason Taylor, Jaray Jenkins, and Brian Kelly.

Trick or Treat Radio
TorTR #527 - The Adventures of the Coca-Cola Crusader

Trick or Treat Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 165:07


A struggling podcast kicks off a new episode, hoping to rekindle their popularity. Things are off to a bad start when no one shows up for their show. After they catch the attention of horrors from beyond this dimension, the hosts summon the Coca-Cola Crusader! On Episode 527 of Trick or Treat Radio we discuss Pussycake, the latest film from Pablo Parés, director of the classic Plaga Zombie films! We also talk about heralding our own arrival, children's properties being turned into horror films, and the glory days of B-Horror flicks! So grab a face shield to protect you from projectile liquids, don your Coca-Cola cape, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: #FreeTime, radio call signs, Screambox, Pablo Pares, Sam Raimi, Peter Jackson, Plaga Zombie: Mutant Zone, Meet the Feebles, Bad Taste, Dead Alive, Crimewave, Evil Dead, Shawn Michaels, The Instructor, Miami Connection, WWE, b-grade gore films, Summer School, VHS era, pre-streaming, skip 30, a lot of frosting, heralding your arrival, Fire Lord, Nova, Silver Surfer, Terrax, Frankie Raye, Pussycake, actors playing music in films, taking acid on the beach, The Exploited, “swap videos”, Trading Places, Day Shift, band related horror, Green Room, The Ranger, Raven Banner, wanting to murder your bandmates, The Coca Cola Crusader, good worldbuilding, George Perez, Linnea Quigley, Alien Nation, Green Goblin, True Blood, Jason Stackhouse talking to J. Jonah Jameson through a gloryhole, Glorious, Labor Day stories, under the bridge with a slingshot, modest Ares, The New Mutants, Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey, Bring It On: Cheer or Die, Smallville, The Happytime Murders, Melissa McCarthy, and the come to Ares moment.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:podcast@trickortreatradio.comVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show

Her Holistic Path
Ep. 10 How Black Babies Were Exploited to Push Formula | Black Breastfeeding Week

Her Holistic Path

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 73:29


Four baby sisters (quadruplets) were used to popularize formula in the black community. Their story is shared in the book SKIMMED and today we chat with the author Andrea Freeman about: - the governments desire to push formula - The relationship between doctors and formula companies - The history of black breastfeeding ideals in America HIRE OLIVYAH AS YOUR DOULA: connect@herholisticpath.com Natural Birth Guide: https://www.herholisticpath.com/work-with-me

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Helping Buyers and Sellers Have More Holistic Approach and Representation

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 19:39


In today's episode of How To Scale Commercial Real Estate Podcasts, we are joined by Anthony Walker.    Anthony Walker is the CEO and managing broker of Buckingham Investments Anthony started his career in business school, working as a corporate insurance officer before deciding to become an individual commercial real estate investor. Anthony is a big believer in helping new investors get started on their real estate journey by teaching them the basics of real estate finance and how to write an investment plan. let's dive in and hear more of Anthony's journey.    Highlights: [00:00 - 05:17] How to Scale Your Commercial Real Estate Business Anthony Walker is the CEO and managing broker of Buckingham investments, a Southern California investment brokerage that helps clients learn to plan and invest in real estate. He's been investing since 2006 and owns about 150 multifamily units in the area.   [05:17 - 10:38] Southern California's Opportunity There is a niche for brokers that do educational work, but few that do both. Anthony notes that he tries to put the needs of his clients first, but will still take on a good deal if it comes across his desk. Anthony feels that the environment in California makes it difficult to be a property owner, but also says that there is business being done and people are making money.   [10:38 - 15:57] Southern California's Rent Control Markets: Difficult, but With Potential The market is very varied and has a lot of opportunities for investors, depending on the area they're in. Rents are high and continue to grow, making it difficult for tenants to afford to live in Southern California. Interest rates are rising, making it more difficult for people to borrow money and buy homes. There is an increase in multi-generational households and roommates, making it harder for people to afford rent. [17:39 - 19:21] Closing Segment Reach out to Ari See links below  Final words   Tweetable Quote   “We've got to keep an eye and see changes in the economy that seems to be happening daily right now. What sort of impact does that have on rent or affordability? It's definitely becoming more common for people like to get roommates, multi-generational households, and stuff like that. It's becoming a lot more difficult for people here to afford the rent. So, you've got to keep an eye on that.” - Anthony Walker ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Anthony Walker by visiting www.buckinghaminvestments.com or email him at anthony.walker@buckinghaminvestments.com     Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com   Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] Anthony Walker: So you have to kind of take what you're reading in the papers with the grain of salt. A lot of that I think is geared towards a single family marketplace. But , this is definitely an environment where you've gotta be a good operator. You gotta be able to select tenants. Well, you gotta be able to run your buildings.  [00:00:12] HTSCRE Intro: Welcome to the how to scale commercial real estate show. Whether you are an active or passive investor, we'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big. [00:00:24] Sam Wilson: Anthony Walker is a CEO and managing broker of Buckinghamn investments, a Southern California investment brokerage that helps clients learn plan and invest in real estate. He's been investing since 2006 and owns about 150 multifamily units in the area. Anthony, welcome  [00:00:38] Anthony Walker: to the show. Thank you. [00:00:40] Anthony Walker: Great to  [00:00:40] Sam Wilson: be here. Hey man, the pleasure's mine, Anthony. There are three questions. I ask every guest who comes in the show in 90 seconds or last, can you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get  [00:00:48] Anthony Walker: there? Oh yeah. Great question. I started in business school, I guess at the very beginning. [00:00:55] Anthony Walker: I was working a corporate job almost 10 years in the insurance industry and realized that was never gonna get me where I wanted to be from a lifestyle or finance perspective. So went to business school to figure out what kind of business I could work for myself. And took a real estate investing class there in the MBA program at Loyola Marymount here in the LA area great program by the way, and just needed to figure out how to get in. [00:01:16] Anthony Walker: I wanted to start buying buildings. It seemed like that was a, a great business model. You could No need to learn how to code or make some Avention right. This is a centuries millennia, old business, I should say. So, after committing to doing commercial real estate there, I got introduced to a. [00:01:33] Anthony Walker: 50 60 year company called Buckingham investments that I run now started as a client first bought a personal duplex about 12 years ago And have been scaling my portfolio up ever since then refinancing doing exchanges I joined the company as an agent about 10 years ago Got my broker's license opened Our Torrance office took the  [00:01:53] Anthony Walker: company over as CEO about five years ago And along the way have been slowly developing a portfolio of small and medium sized buildings here in the LA area. Now we are a company of about 45 agents, three offices. We are the number one buy side brokerage company in the long beach and ports submarket in co-star here in LA. [00:02:15] Anthony Walker: So,, we're the first stop for buyers looking to get started on a, on a multifamily portfolio. And we use my experience to help people understand how to do that.  [00:02:22] Sam Wilson: That's cool. Can you break down, buy side versus sell side for our listeners?  [00:02:26] Anthony Walker: Yeah. So a lot of brokers actually learn how [00:02:30] to focus on building their business through getting listings. [00:02:33] Anthony Walker: That's kind of the gold standard. , when you start as a broker, you're always taught, go meet sellers, try and convince them to sell. That's better. That's better business than working with buyers. Cuz if you get a listing it's almost a guaranteed paycheck. You can use the marketing materials for the listing to advertise your own services. [00:02:50] Anthony Walker: Well, , our founder Jack Buckingham way back in the 1960s realized that most brokerages. Give all the buyers to their junior people with no experience. And so buyers, generally the experience has been pretty bad. When you walk into your average commercial real estate brokerage company, you're working with new people, and generally they're only gonna show you their own listings, or if they show you other people's listings, they're just not taking a very sophisticated approach to it in a lot of cases, obviously with some exceptions. [00:03:17] Anthony Walker: So, , our company was started at the very beginning to help people have a more holistic approach. And get great representation, whether you're on the buy side or the sell side. So a lot of clients start with us as a buyer. A lot of clients are buying their very first investment property with us or their very first apartment building. [00:03:33] Anthony Walker: And we've got all kinds of systems and educational materials in local research. We do ourselves to help people really understand what they're doing before. They're in a high pressure. Hey, you need to buy this property type situation  [00:03:45] Sam Wilson: It's it sounds like, and I know this is a wrong probably a wrong analysis here, but it sounds like you guys have a way of onboarding clients. [00:03:54] Sam Wilson: Maybe that don't have a deep bench of experience in the commercial real estate  [00:03:57] Anthony Walker: space. Absolutely. Yeah. That's our specialty. Is helping people get started or maybe they've bought a couple buildings on their own and don't really know how to scale up. And they haven't taken, , they never took a finance class in school and they're just not taking a, a sophisticated kind of structural approach or really have a strategy in mind. [00:04:16] Anthony Walker: Right. So we'll help people write an investment plan, understand time, value, money, all that kind of stuff. Yeah. That's absolutely our specialty.  [00:04:22] Sam Wilson: That's really cool. I mean, what you guys do is, is it's unique. I think in. That it's a blend of a lot of what we do here on the investment side. Like one of my jobs is obvious to educate our investor. [00:04:33] Sam Wilson: It's to educate, , just putting out loads of content. You don't normally find the brokerage firm out there going, Hey, here's how you invest in real estate. And here's all the educational content and oh, Hey, here's also by the way, our meet up and then also we'll help you buy and, , help you write your investment plan. [00:04:49] Sam Wilson: I mean, that's a pretty, a pretty robust operation. Has it always been that way or has this kind of been an iterative process for. It  [00:04:57] Anthony Walker: actually has always been that way. We've been [00:05:00] operating that way since the 1960s. And I can't believe people O other brokerages haven't really done this. It, everyone still just seems to focus on kind of going after transaction by transaction. [00:05:13] Anthony Walker: And there's very few companies that do what we do. So there's some other brokerages that do great research, which is part of what we do, but not very many that do a lot of educational stuff. And it's great for people. , wanna actively invest. They want to go find the property, maybe manage themselves, maybe not go get the loan, but there's not, good service for people that are looking to do that out there. [00:05:33] Anthony Walker: And so it, it's still, , 70 years later almost now fits a niche. Believe it or not that nobody else is really doing, man. I  [00:05:41] Sam Wilson: think that's super cool. Tell me this. How do you balance cuz you're an active investor as well. How do you balance putting your clients' needs ahead of your own? Because I think they'll be very, I'm just, again, I'm just speaking. [00:05:55] Sam Wilson: Totally. I mean, when a great deal comes across my desk, I'm not calling you Anthony about it. I'm like, well, shoot, man. That's that's, I'm gonna go work on this. So tell me how, how do you balance that?  [00:06:05] Anthony Walker: Yeah, totally. I mean, first of all, , most of my investments are just personally for me. So with that being said, I don't have the ability to buy every good deal in the market. [00:06:14] Anthony Walker: I wish I did, but I, I just don't, you know, I can probably buy two, maybe three a year. Right? Last year I bought four, which was an exception and, you know, you'd be surprised how many different people have. A really a different criteria set that they're looking for in a building, just because the building's a great deal for me doesn't mean that it's the right fit for another one of our investors. [00:06:35] Anthony Walker: I tend to work on a little bit of the larger side purchases in our market versus a lot of our investors probably are not chopping in the same price range that I'm looking in for the deals that we do syndicate here. Those are also on the larger side too. And so generally we're not competing with most of our investors in that space and that's deliberate. [00:06:52] Anthony Walker: So I'm not out there buying two to four unit building. Me personally, , I tend to buy 10, 12, 15 unit properties, 20 plus for the syndicated stuff. And it's pretty rare that there's really a conflict that being said, you know, as a broker, I want my clients to have a great experience. And so if somebody's ready to go or they're in an exchange, you know, I can wait and I'll get the good deal over to the client. [00:07:14] Anthony Walker: I'd way rather. A good relationship with them, a great reputation, get some more referrals out of a good experience on their side. And especially, you know, if there's a timeframe that they need to hit, there's always more deals for me. And I kind of know the long term of it. I'm not that focused on [00:07:30] stealing every deal that I can, you know, so it it's worked out most of the time and I really haven't run into conflict of interests a  [00:07:36] Sam Wilson: lot. [00:07:36] Sam Wilson: No, that makes a lot of sense. And I appreciate you breaking that down. I mean, when there's, when there, like you said, not every deal is for every. investors Just, I mean, and just, yeah, it's just like every passive investment isn't for every investor. Yeah. Like it's, everybody's got their own flavor of what works . For them. [00:07:53] Sam Wilson: You're in Southern California. You say there's opportunity for the people that are outside of your state You guys have a bad rap. I mean, it's like everybody just says, Hey, we'll invest everywhere. Except for drum roll California. What do you say to  [00:08:08] Anthony Walker: that? Surprise. Surprise. Yeah. You know, it's it's funny how that's been the, just the sound bite over the last five to seven years and I get it. [00:08:16] Anthony Walker: I mean, California, I think most of that stems from the, you know, legislative environment, the regulatory environment here, it is difficult to be a property owner in California. Not gonna sugarcoat that. We have more tenant protection laws, more rent control type, you know, laws to worry about here than probably anywhere else except for New York. [00:08:37] Anthony Walker: And so you need to understand that to operate here. On the other hand, the reason that environment exists is also sort of a chicken and egg dilemma, right. They have to legislate here to protect tenants because it's so good to be a property owner. That the free market alone would probably not deliver even results for residents. [00:08:59] Anthony Walker: Now, you know, obviously the best way to solve that is actually let us build our way out of supply crisis that we have right now. And we're not doing a very good job of that, but barring that these sorts of this environment is more a symptom of what makes investing here work so well. If you unpack it at a much broader level, We've lost a little bit of population here in the LA over the last year. [00:09:19] Anthony Walker: I know that's a favorite thing to point at, but it's somewhere around a hundred, hundred 50,000 people, you know, in a Metro area with over 10 million, right. That's not gonna move the needle. And the people that we're losing are the people at the very bottom of the income spectrum and the people that we're gaining are coming here for very high paying jobs. [00:09:36] Anthony Walker: And so when you look at what we do have, we have a gross metropolitan economy that delivers over a trillion dollars in gross metropolitan product a year. That's the third, most productive in the entire world. And it's the second largest commercial real estate. Market only after the New York area here. [00:09:52] Anthony Walker: So, there's obviously business being done and people are making money at LA. So the idea that everybody's living leaving is just ridiculous [00:10:00] to me. But you need to know what you're doing to operate here and, you know, honestly, that that supply constraint is what's gonna just do you a ton of favors over the long run you're going in. [00:10:07] Anthony Walker: Cap rate might be low, but over time, These properties, your rent growth is incredible here. You're almost never gonna have issues with vacancy or leasing. There's always gonna be demand for your units. And the fact that it's very difficult to add more supply there's no extra land makes it really good to be a long term landlord here in Southern California. [00:10:28] Anthony Walker: Although obviously you have to learn how to operate in this environment.  [00:10:31] Sam Wilson: Well, yeah, that's it. I mean, it, cuts both ways. And I think people right over overlooked that it's wait, The very thing that creates such a favorable, favorable. If I could speak today, investing environment is the, is the very thing that can make it very challenging. [00:10:46] Sam Wilson: So , learning how to navigate those, the nuances of that particular market, I think is the the trick there. Is there anything that comes to mind when I say that when, you know, I say navigate the nuances of the market, that you're like, man, here's some things that if you were to invest in Southern California, that I think you should absolutely know. [00:11:01] Anthony Walker: Absolutely. So you you've gotta understand local jurisdictional differences in rent control regulations. So the whole state of California is rent controlled. Now that started at the beginning of 2020, and the statewide version of rent control is pretty vanilla. It's actually pretty easy to operate here where that's all that you have. [00:11:19] Anthony Walker: You can increase rents by 5%, plus the change in CPI every year with a maximum of 10. So currently with inflation running so hot, we can increase rents 10% right now. Which is plenty, you know, I don't know if I wanna make an increase more than 10% anyway, without causing a whole bunch of vacancy that goes hand in hand with just cause for eviction protections for tenants you know, you've gotta have a reason to vacate a tenant and you can't just give somebody a 60 D notice and get 'em out, but there are different. [00:11:46] Anthony Walker: Cities in the area that have more restrictive rules, you need to be aware of. So for example, the city of Los Angeles, if you're in the city of Los Angeles, they have a much more restrictive rent control called the rent stabilization ordinance or RSO. And if you're a local investor here, you know, that that only applies to properties built in 1978 or earlier. [00:12:05] Anthony Walker: So that makes it very difficult to operate on those buildings, but it creates inefficiencies. That can be. Exploited for lack of a better term. If you're an investor, if you really, you know, have the capital and you know how to, how to work with these tenants and you can roll your sleeves up, it's mostly cash for keys, but you can buy buildings with rents, you know, a hundred percent upside in rents and [00:12:30] priced accordingly. [00:12:31] Anthony Walker: And so if you think about it that way, yes, it's difficult to work in that sort of environment. But if you're really good at. You can do really well. On the other hand, if you buy stuff in the eighties in LA, you don't have to deal with that. And you only have the statewide rank control to worry about. So it's really different. [00:12:44] Anthony Walker: So understanding the differences there and there's even county differences and all that kind of stuff is really, what's gonna set it apart when you're considering investing here in the local area. And then the fact that our market is so varied. I've got the map behind us on this map. You've got cap rates in the ones and you've got cap rates in the fives, or even in the low six's, depending on where you're. [00:13:04] Anthony Walker: So within a one hour drive of where I am right now, you can have anything you want on the risk return spectrum, which makes it a great market to participate in as. [00:13:13] Anthony Walker: well  [00:13:20] Sam Wilson: That's really interesting. You know, that you say, I mean, all the nuances, both from the city, from the county. [00:13:25] Sam Wilson: I mean, you're going one to six in cap rates. Yeah. That is the easiest way or the best way. Maybe not the easiest, but what's the best way for an investor to educate themselves before they take that. plunge  [00:13:36] Anthony Walker: Well, shameless plug time. You, you can give us a call. We specialize in helping people make sense of this. [00:13:42] Anthony Walker: Maras here in the local area. Our companies called Buckingham investments. We've got a ton of free educational materials online, whether it's our YouTube channel our monthly seminars, we've got downloadable guides. We also just. Completed a, graphical market research dashboard on our website. So you can drill in even by unit count area, zip code. [00:14:04] Anthony Walker: And this is just in Southern LA county that we have active right now, but we're flushing that out to make it larger and you can see, okay, where's the, where are the cap rates in the ones and the twos, right. And where are the cap rates higher and, and you know, what corner of the market do you wanna work in? [00:14:17] Anthony Walker: So there's a lot that you can do to kind of understand that a little. Big differences in, in the metrics on the two to four unit properties versus the five and up. And of course that's because of the financing differing so much between those two. But there are a lot of people transacting here. [00:14:31] Anthony Walker: There's a lot of business being done. The idea that it's, it's a ghost town here is just not true.  [00:14:37] Sam Wilson: It's not true. And if you're looking to  [00:14:38] Sam Wilson: invest there, that might be a might be a prime time to start looking in Southern California. Tell me this. What are some risks, I guess that you see you know, in the market in general right now that people maybe you're taking on that they could otherwise avoid. [00:14:53] Anthony Walker: Yeah. I mean, I think the big question on a lot of people's minds is affordability you know, for tenants. So we have interest rates [00:15:00] rising aggressively. It's becoming more difficult for people to become first time home buyers, which of course puts additional pressure on the renter market. Rents here are really high and continue to grow. [00:15:12] Anthony Walker: So, we've gotta keep an eye on that and see. Changes in the economy that seem to be happening daily right now. What sort of impact that has on, on rent or affordability? It's definitely becoming more common for people to, you know, get roommates multi-generational households, stuff like that. And it's becoming a lot more difficult for people here to afford the rent. [00:15:33] Anthony Walker: So, you've gotta keep an eye on, on that. I think in our area the class a stuff. It is tricky, you know, you're, you're top of the market rents on that, on those type of, of products, B and C apartments are a little bit easier to work with. Other risks I would keep an eye out for, you know, are obviously our interest rate risk, but everybody's talking about that right now. [00:15:53] Anthony Walker: You're, you know, average commercial real estate. Loan's gonna reset in three or five years. So we have to think about where interest rates are gonna be during that time and where we can get rents to so that if it's modeled out, we're still gonna be able to do okay with the properties that we. own but I don't think you've got any supply side risks whatsoever here. [00:16:09] Anthony Walker: We can't really add it. You know, to the extent that increasing interest rates affects demand, maybe that will balance out our market a little bit. We just finished our second quarter research and it hasn't. Been reflected in the pricing metrics yet. We're just not seeing that. And I think multifamily is gonna remain a really popular space to be in. [00:16:28] Anthony Walker: So you have to kind of take what you're reading in the papers with the grain of salt. A lot of that I think is geared towards a single family marketplace. But you know, this is definitely an environment where you've gotta be a good operator. You gotta be able to select tenants. Well, you gotta be able to run your buildings. [00:16:41] Sam Wilson: Well, that's it, that's it. And, and if somebody else I was speaking to earlier today the term, he. Was pocket economics or pocket economies. That's what he says, pocket economies. He goes, man, you know, once you get to know your market, he goes, I don't really care. What's going on on the macro scale. [00:16:57] Sam Wilson: I don't care. What's being, you know, blabbered across whatever your news channel of choice is about what the, what the economy's doing. He's you gotta know what's going on in your very local market. Even down to the street by street, he goes, cause it's those pocket economies that totally will you determine the success or failure of your investment? [00:17:15] Anthony Walker: absolutely. I, I think you can't emphasize specialization enough and you know, that's something I'm personally totally on board with. I I'm very specialized. My favorite market is long beach, which is a pretty small little market and I know it block by block. [00:17:30] I know exactly what I'm gonna be able to get for rent. [00:17:32] Anthony Walker: I know exactly what I want to do for renovation on a unit at this area versus another area. And I think, you know, as the cycle kind of rolls over this time around. People are thinking it's gonna look more like it did in 2007, 2008, right? That's what everybody expects. Right? Systemic crisis. Everything goes down 30 to 50%. [00:17:51] Anthony Walker: There's gonna be blood in the streets. It's gonna be great. I don't think that's what's gonna happen at all. I think to your point, it's gonna be very localized. So you know where there was a lot of additional demand over the last year. Maybe that's gonna come back down. Some markets got super heated over the last two years in the pandemic. [00:18:07] Anthony Walker: Some didn't our. It kind of experienced the opposite. Right? We had people moving outta large cities. Now they're getting comfortable moving back in our, market's been a little more of a stable up into the right thing where some of these other markets that were really overheated are, are coming back down faster. [00:18:24] Anthony Walker: So I think just like you said, to the extent, you know, your own local market, you're gonna do really well. That's  [00:18:29] Sam Wilson: awesome. Anthony, thank you for taking the time to come on the show today and really share with us your expertise there in the Southern California markets. I certainly enjoyed it. You've shared a lot of very valuable information with our listeners. [00:18:41] Sam Wilson: If they wanna get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that?  [00:18:45] Anthony Walker: Absolutely. Check us out@buckinghaminvestments.com, all kinds of free stuff there To your desires and then I'm sure you can find me on LinkedIn. Anthony Walker, Buckingham investments. There's lots of Anthony walkers, but I think only one with Buckingham investments. [00:18:58] Anthony Walker: So feel free to shoot, be a message or an email and I'm always available.  [00:19:03] Sam Wilson: Yep. And we'll certainly put all your contact info there in the show notes as well. Anthony, thank you again for your time. I do appreciate  [00:19:09] Anthony Walker: it. Thank you. 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