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The David Knight Show
30Nov22 Oath Keepers Stunning Verdict; Current Status of Pentagon's War on Religious Liberty with Jab Mandates

The David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 181:37


OUTLINE of today's show with TIMECODESQatar police arrests England supporters at World Cup dressed as medieval knights from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. No sense of humor and one can "see the violence inherent in the system"!2:28"The dead keep coming". The WAR part of the failed War on Drugs, just across the border in Mexico. How much longer before it happens in USA?9:08French priest suspended for saying abortion has more victims in World War One than the Great War. That's an understatement12:087 Circuit reverses Indiana's fetal disposition law and an outright reversal.18:22After a pro-life clinic was firebombed what happened next with the FBI is unbelievable24:11Biden's 5 Secret Service rental vehicles all burst into flames after he left his vacation in Nantucket!27:47Stunning verdict reached in Stewart Rhodes and Oath Keepers trial!33:33Stewart Rhodes finally understands how stupid Jan6 and StopTheSteal was. Here's the 2 lessons…58:03Jan6 GeoFence. Guilty by being in an area. It's now revealed that FBI targeted a massive number of people through Google's tracking of everyone's phones.1:03:43China taps Governor Gretchen Whitmer to lead lockdown enforcement (satire)1:11:18The tanks are now rolling out on China's streets.1:14:25PEAK HYPOCRISY: Trudeau virtue signals about the importance of free speech and peaceful protests — in China.1:20:55After China bots pushed fear porn in Italy to begin lockdowns, China bots are now swamping searches for protests by pushing porn1:26:59Apple appears to have conspired and partnered with Chinese government to turn off a feature that allowed protestors to communicate with each other without going through the central net1:31:02Chinese protestors understand this is not "science" it's political. And they're demanding sweeping political changes1:43:10 Young Asian recounts long history of surveillance and control in China and how it's coming to the rest of the world, especially through CBDC1:47:15How do we stop people from speaking freely on Twitter?1:50:26Dr. McCullough: When Biden says it's over, but continues, it means they're drunk on power.1:53:59The medical scandal of killing patients with ventilators continues.1:57:59INTERVIEW: Davis Younts, TheMilitaryCounsel.com, Christian, husband, homeschool dad, former prosecutor, JAG, and #1 rated defense counsel in the Air Force. Mr. Younts on the legal fight against Biden & Pentagon's relentless pursuit of mandatory jabs. The issues and the current status in each branch as well as precedents in the anthrax vaccine. 2:05:51Federal law requires that the military cannot mandate an experimental or emergency use medical product for any reason without a specific exception.2:13:34What is the off ramp for the Department of Defense? Why do they continue to push this?2:17:29What we need to be doing as Christians is recognizing the actual battle that's here.2:25:52What type of homeschool challenges are you seeing now?2:34:00We're either falling and worshiping God or we are falling and worshipping man.2:38:27The war between Tim Apple and Musk2:48:58If you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 994 Kodak, TN 37764Money is only what YOU hold: Go to DavidKnight.gold for great deals on physical gold/silver

The REAL David Knight Show
30Nov22 Oath Keepers Stunning Verdict; Current Status of Pentagon's War on Religious Liberty with Jab Mandates

The REAL David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 181:37


OUTLINE of today's show with TIMECODESQatar police arrests England supporters at World Cup dressed as medieval knights from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. No sense of humor and one can "see the violence inherent in the system"!2:28"The dead keep coming". The WAR part of the failed War on Drugs, just across the border in Mexico. How much longer before it happens in USA?9:08French priest suspended for saying abortion has more victims in World War One than the Great War. That's an understatement12:087 Circuit reverses Indiana's fetal disposition law and an outright reversal.18:22After a pro-life clinic was firebombed what happened next with the FBI is unbelievable24:11Biden's 5 Secret Service rental vehicles all burst into flames after he left his vacation in Nantucket!27:47Stunning verdict reached in Stewart Rhodes and Oath Keepers trial!33:33Stewart Rhodes finally understands how stupid Jan6 and StopTheSteal was. Here's the 2 lessons…58:03Jan6 GeoFence. Guilty by being in an area. It's now revealed that FBI targeted a massive number of people through Google's tracking of everyone's phones.1:03:43China taps Governor Gretchen Whitmer to lead lockdown enforcement (satire)1:11:18The tanks are now rolling out on China's streets.1:14:25PEAK HYPOCRISY: Trudeau virtue signals about the importance of free speech and peaceful protests — in China.1:20:55After China bots pushed fear porn in Italy to begin lockdowns, China bots are now swamping searches for protests by pushing porn1:26:59Apple appears to have conspired and partnered with Chinese government to turn off a feature that allowed protestors to communicate with each other without going through the central net1:31:02Chinese protestors understand this is not "science" it's political. And they're demanding sweeping political changes1:43:10 Young Asian recounts long history of surveillance and control in China and how it's coming to the rest of the world, especially through CBDC1:47:15How do we stop people from speaking freely on Twitter?1:50:26Dr. McCullough: When Biden says it's over, but continues, it means they're drunk on power.1:53:59The medical scandal of killing patients with ventilators continues.1:57:59INTERVIEW: Davis Younts, TheMilitaryCounsel.com, Christian, husband, homeschool dad, former prosecutor, JAG, and #1 rated defense counsel in the Air Force. Mr. Younts on the legal fight against Biden & Pentagon's relentless pursuit of mandatory jabs. The issues and the current status in each branch as well as precedents in the anthrax vaccine. 2:05:51Federal law requires that the military cannot mandate an experimental or emergency use medical product for any reason without a specific exception.2:13:34What is the off ramp for the Department of Defense? Why do they continue to push this?2:17:29What we need to be doing as Christians is recognizing the actual battle that's here.2:25:52What type of homeschool challenges are you seeing now?2:34:00We're either falling and worshiping God or we are falling and worshipping man.2:38:27The war between Tim Apple and Musk2:48:58If you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 994 Kodak, TN 37764Money is only what YOU hold: Go to DavidKnight.gold for great deals on physical gold/silver

Ernest P. Worrell Preservation Society
EP64: Ernest & the Lost Continent

Ernest P. Worrell Preservation Society

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 63:12


The Ernest P. Worrell Preservation Society: Episode 64 - Ernest & the Lost Continent We have a script treatment written by Buster himself. It's another shortie, but we find a way to turn it into an hour of entertainment for you. Hey Vern! Years ago our three hosts began a journey together as they watched all the Ernest films in chronological order for a podcast. As that quest neared its end, our heroes were entrusted with the Holy Grail of all things Ernest; the binders of Unmade Ernest Movie Ideas from the creators and writers of the Ernest film franchise. Having been blessed with this sacred text, they decided to share the treasures within with the world. They formed the Ernest P Worrell Preservation Society and will gather regularly to discuss these films that never were. They are the Denizens of Denim. The Excavators of Ernest. They are the Ernest P Worrell Preservation Society. Twitter & Facebook: @seeingernest YouTube: Ernest P Worrell Preservation Society Patreon: www.patreon.com/seeingernest Merch: www.storefrontier.com/seeingernest Email: seeingernest@gmail.com

Service Drive Revolution with Chris Collins
SDR Rewind: Every Service Advisor's Holy Grail Service Drive Revolution

Service Drive Revolution with Chris Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 41:11


There's one thing every Service Advisor needs to succeed. On this SDR Rewind, Chris is joined by Jeremy & Christian to share what they can't live without as a Service Advisor.  Special Discount on Our OnDemand Training - https://bit.ly/Ondemand-Special-offer Schedule a 15-minute intro call with our team to find out how Chris Collins Signature Coaching can grow your bottom line.  http://bit.ly/CCIschedule Got a question? Call us at 1-833-3-ASK-SDR Grab our best selling books for your team: Your 90-Day roadmap to your best Fixed-Ops month ever starts here: http://bit.ly/ISM_yt Millionaire Service Advisor also includes our 11-step Circle of Trust System: http://bit.ly/MSA_yt Join our Facebook Groups: For Fixed Ops -- http://bit.ly/YTfixedopsgroup For Independent Shop Owners -- http://bit.ly/YTRSOSgroup

The Mothball Prophecies
EP 109 - Kristi Snarsky

The Mothball Prophecies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 66:43


We're all finally settling down from the rush and bustle of Thanksgiving (if you're in the States, anyway) and our butts are more than ready for a long sit on the couch. The weather in Idaho is getting colder and snowier as the days pass, sending us all into the pod office with hot coffee and retro crocheted afghans. This week, the hygge mood is complete as Sam and Spellcheck have a relaxed chat with vintage maximalism enthusiast and down-to-earth music teacher, Kristi Snarsky. Her collection is a choreographed ballet of mid-century color and class. Her precise decorating skills are the envy of the team, with teal and pink playing a central role. Bowls and platters and Pyrex, oh my! Kristi brings to light the concept of boundaries within a collection and we all get confused about how to pronounce Cathrineholm. Plus, Sam gets a chance to brag about the amazing holiday Holy Grail item she recently acquired.

Medieval Death Trip
MDT Ep. 97: Concerning Three Witches

Medieval Death Trip

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 80:01


This time on Medieval Death Trip, we celebrate Black Friday weekend with some black magic in our belated Halloween anniversary episode. We look at a couple of quite different medieval witches, a Cornish wildwoman from the Life of St. Samson and the famous Witch of Berkeley, as well as a report of a night-hag from the 18th century. Today's Texts - William of Malmesbury. Chronicle of the Kings of England. Edited by J.A. Giles, translated by John Sharpe and J.A. Giles, George Bell & Sons, 1895. Google Books. - The Liber Landavensis, Llyfr Teilo, or the Ancient Register of the Cathedral Church of Llandaff. Edited by W.J. Rees, William Rees, 1840. Google Books. - Burnett, George. Specimens of English Prose-Writers from the Earliest Times to the Close of the Seventeenth Century, with Sketches Biographical and Literary, Including an Account of Books as Well as of Their Authors; with Occasional Criticisms, etc. Vol. I, Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1807. Google Books. - Sprenger, James, and Henry Kramer. Malleus Maleficarum. Originally published 1486. Translated by Montague Summers, 1928. Sacred-Texts.com. Audio Clips: - The Tragedy of Macbeth. Directed by Joel Coen. Apple Studios, 2021. - The Witch. Directed by Robert Eggers. A24, 2015. - The Witches. Directed by Nicholas Roeg. Warner Bros., 1990. - The Blair Witch Project. Directed by Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez. Artisan Entertainment, 1993. - Suspiria. Directed by Dario Argento. Produzioni Atlas Consorziate, 1977. - Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Directed by Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones. EMI Films, 1975. - The Wizard of Oz. Directed by Victor Fleming. MGM, 1939. - Clash of the Titans. Directed by Desmond Davis. United Artists, 1981. - Young Frankenstein. Directed by Mel Brooks. 20th Century Fox, 1974. Additional Music Credit: Ludwig van Beethoven, Coriolan Overture, composed in 1807 (the same year Burnett published his Specimens of English Prose Writers), and performed by the Musopen Symphony (CC-PD). Chapters 00:00:00: Introduction 00:04:54: Movie witchlore montage 00:10:12: Introduction, cont. 00:14:00: Text: from the Malleus Maleficarum 00:21:10: Introduction, cont. 00:23:24: Text: from The Life of St. Samson in the Book of Llandaff 00:27:44: Commentary 00:45:36: Text: from William of Malmesbury's Gesta Regum Anglorum 00:51:50: Commentary 01:04:21: Text: from George Burnett's Specimens of English Prose Writers 01:09:40: Commentary 01:11:38: Mystery Word: baggaged 01:17:03: Outro

BCJ Podcast
Holy Grail BCJ Podcast Ep 356 Louisville and Tulane

BCJ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 129:02


Chad Brendel and David Simone recap the Bearcats win over Louisville in Maui before giving a full breakdown of the defacto regular season AAC title game on Friday. Talk then turns to the transfer portal, Luke Fickell rumors and Dave's disdain for mushy Thanksgiving sides. All that and more on this week's episode.

The BBQ Radio Show
BBQ Radio Show 73 - The Brisket - Holy Grail of BBQ

The BBQ Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 6:14


For the backyard GrillMaster, there is no greater challenge than to smoke a beautiful and glorious brisket to perfection over the period of 8, 12, 16 hours. To most people this can be extremely intimidating to say the least, but I'm going to break it down to a list of palatable pointers that will help you along with way to your brisket heaven.

Beyond The Fame with Jason Fraley

WTOP Entertainment Reporter Jason Fraley chats with John Cleese to mark the 60th anniversary of his TV debut writing for the BBC's "That Was the Week That Was" on Nov. 24, 1962, which of course led to "Monty Python" and "Fawlty Towers." They spoke in 2017 when Cleese visited Washington D.C. for a special Q&A and screening of "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" at the historic Warner Theatre. (Theme Music: Scott Buckley's "Clarion")

Pedestrian At Best
"Ian McGlynn & The Holy Grail!"

Pedestrian At Best

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 38:40


Michael talks with Ian McGlynn from the Why Whiskey Podcast about his return to podcasting, his recent episode about the Holy Grail, how whiskey (and alcohol) is woven in the American story and more. Grab your favorite bourbon and enjoy. Cheers! Website: https://anchor.fm/why-whiskey/support Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/why_whiskey_podcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/whiskey_why?s=21&t=MKU3XP2IXVXDX9EQu9lyng --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pedestrian-at-best/message

Meredith's Husband
The Goal of SEO is NOT High Rankings

Meredith's Husband

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 14:56


Have you ever tried to do some SEO and then looked to see if your site appears on page one of Google? Today we talk about why that's NOT what you should do - and what you SHOULD do instead!  IN THIS EPISODE...[0:45] What is SEO success? [3:45] Two hypothetical options [4:43] Sucessful SEO campaigns look like this...[6:51] The metric you should use to measure success[7:51] The 2 ways to improve conversion[8:45] Doubling your conversions[10:44] Other metrics to monitor[13:15] Google Dark Mode  topics: seo metrics, conversions, seo successMEREDITH'S HUSBAND SAYS…"Having a keyword on page one is like having a vanity license plate.""The number of organic conversions is the Holy Grail of metrics.""Doubling your organic conversions is a good first goal for SEO."CONNECT WITH US…Website: https://www.thewebinaut.com/merediths-husband/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meredithshusband/

The Loot Bros Podcast
What is a Holy Grail Game?

The Loot Bros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 109:12


On this episode Residentdarrell is joined by the Beardednerd and our good friend Thomas to dive into what a Holy Grail Game means to us, and what are some examples of them. Feel free to join our new Game Exchange BUY, SELL, and TRADE group on Facebook. (South Carolina Video Game Exchange) https://www.facebook.com/groups/640882530915818/ Be sure to check out Ted's Collectibles on Etsy for great quality trading cards that show off you most precious trophies and achievements. Use the promo code "TheLootBros" for 10% off. tedscollectibles3 - Etsy teds-collectibles on eBay Teds C ollectibles (@tedscollectibles) • Instagram photos and videos GODFOE UNIVERSE (@godfoe_universe) • Instagram photos and videos Dan Evans (@dan.evans.godfoecomics) • Instagram photos and videos The Godfoe Universe: APOLLYON20XX (Physical) - Legacy Comix ***NEW MERCH AVAILIBLE!!!*** The Loot Bros | StoreFrontier™ linktree.com/lootbros linktree.com/residentdarrell linktree.com/ninjaloot Ebay Store: residentdarrell on eBay --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelootbrospodcast/support

The Loot Bros Podcast
What is a Holy Grail Game?

The Loot Bros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 109:12


On this episode Residentdarrell is joined by the Beardednerd and our good friend Thomas to dive into what a Holy Grail Game means to us, and what are some examples of them. Feel free to join our new Game Exchange BUY, SELL, and TRADE group on Facebook. (South Carolina Video Game Exchange) https://www.facebook.com/groups/640882530915818/ Be sure to check out Ted's Collectibles on Etsy for great quality trading cards that show off you most precious trophies and achievements. Use the promo code "TheLootBros" for 10% off. tedscollectibles3 - Etsy teds-collectibles on eBay Teds C ollectibles (@tedscollectibles) • Instagram photos and videos GODFOE UNIVERSE (@godfoe_universe) • Instagram photos and videos Dan Evans (@dan.evans.godfoecomics) • Instagram photos and videos The Godfoe Universe: APOLLYON20XX (Physical) - Legacy Comix ***NEW MERCH AVAILIBLE!!!*** The Loot Bros | StoreFrontier™ linktree.com/lootbros linktree.com/residentdarrell linktree.com/ninjaloot Ebay Store: residentdarrell on eBay --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelootbrospodcast/support

BCJ Podcast
Holy Grail BCJ Podcast Ep 355 Temple

BCJ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 107:50


Chad Brendel and David Simone kick things off with a look at a terrible Wednesday in hoops before laughing at the absurdity of the ECU fan base and breaking down the meeting with Temple on Saturday. All that and more on this week's edition of the BCJ Pod.

The Ten Minute Bible Hour Podcast - The Ten Minute Bible Hour
0765 - The Holy Grail is the Holy Grail of Relics

The Ten Minute Bible Hour Podcast - The Ten Minute Bible Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 12:51


Matthew 27:57-61 Samaritan Ministries Thanks to everyone who supports TMBH at patreon.com/thetmbhpodcast You're the reason we can all do this together! Discuss the episode here Music written and performed by Jeff Foote

The Ten Minute Bible Hour Podcast - The Ten Minute Bible Hour
0764 - What's a Relic and What Have Christians Believed About Them?

The Ten Minute Bible Hour Podcast - The Ten Minute Bible Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 13:08


Matthew 27:57-61 Thanks to everyone who supports TMBH at patreon.com/thetmbhpodcast You're the reason we can all do this together! Discuss the episode here Music written and performed by Jeff Foote

Sierra Unfiltered
"and add to cart!" revealing our HOLY GRAIL products

Sierra Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 73:38


Sierra Schultzzie, Riayn Christina, and Paloma Malfavon share their favorite products from 2022, Black Friday memories, and discuss why men avoid using skincare.

Kick City
This Sh*t right here, is a MUST!!!

Kick City

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 65:15


This week the crew talks about Adidas selling Ye shoes without his name, Stock X doubling down on fakes, on court power rankings, gfts, and round out the show with Holy Grails. Enjoy!!!

Ernest P. Worrell Preservation Society
EP63: Ernest Saves the World

Ernest P. Worrell Preservation Society

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 82:29


The Ernest P. Worrell Preservation Society: Episode 63 - Ernest Saves the World We have a script treatment written by Coke Sams which gives us plenty to riff on and a lot of banter at the top. Hey Vern! Years ago our three hosts began a journey together as they watched all the Ernest films in chronological order for a podcast. As that quest neared its end, our heroes were entrusted with the Holy Grail of all things Ernest; the binders of Unmade Ernest Movie Ideas from the creators and writers of the Ernest film franchise. Having been blessed with this sacred text, they decided to share the treasures within with the world. They formed the Ernest P Worrell Preservation Society and will gather regularly to discuss these films that never were. They are the Denizens of Denim. The Excavators of Ernest. They are the Ernest P Worrell Preservation Society. Twitter & Facebook: @seeingernest YouTube: Ernest P Worrell Preservation Society Patreon: www.patreon.com/seeingernest Merch: www.storefrontier.com/seeingernest Email: seeingernest@gmail.com

The Guys Review
Monty Python and the Holy Grail

The Guys Review

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 57:55


Monty Python and the Holy Grail Welcome to The Guys Review, where we review media, products and experiences.  **READ APPLE REVIEWS/Fan Mail**Mention Twitter DM group - like pinned tweet @The_GuysReviewRead emails theguysreviewpod@gmail.comTwitter Poll **ASK CHRIS AND TREY ABOUT THEIR RATING FOR Saving Private Ryan** Monty Python and the Holy Grail Director:Terry GilliamTerry Jones Starring:  Graham ChapmanJohn CleeseTerry GilliamEric IdleTerry JonesMichael Palin Released: April 3, 1975 Budget: $400,000 ($2.2M in 2022) Gross $5M ($27.7M in 2022) Ratings:   IMDb 8.2/10 Rotten Tomatoes 98% Metacritic 91% Google Users 91%  Here cometh thine shiny awards Sire. My Lord Tucker the Wanker second Earl of Wessex. Lord of the Furries. Heir of Lord baldy the one eyed snake wrestler. Protector of Freedom units. Step Sibling with funny feelings down stairs. Entertainer of uncles. Jailor of innocent. Spanker of innocent milk maids and stable boys. The toxic wanker. Big Cheif sitting doughnut. Teepee giver to the great Cornholio. Edgar Allan Poe's shaved muse. No awards, but garnered high praise when it came out. First Time you saw the movie? Plot:In AD 932, King Arthur and his squire, Patsy, travel Britain searching for men to join the Knights of the Round Table. Along the way, Arthur debates whether swallows could carry coconuts, passes through a town infected with the Black Death, recounts receiving Excalibur from the Lady of the Lake to two anarcho-syndicalist peasants, defeats the Black Knight and observes an impromptu witch trial. He recruits Sir Bedevere the Wise, Sir Lancelot the Brave, Sir Galahad the Pure, and Sir Robin the Not-Quite-So-Brave-as-Sir-Lancelot, along with their squires and Robin's minstrels. Arthur leads the knights to Camelot, but, after a musical number, changes his mind, deeming it "a silly place". As they turn away, God appears and orders Arthur to find the Holy Grail. Arthur and his knights arrive at a castle occupied by French soldiers, who claim to have the Grail and taunt the Britons, driving them back with a barrage of barnyard animals. Bedevere concocts a plan to sneak in using a Trojan Rabbit, but no one hides inside it, and the Britons are forced to flee when it is flung back at them. Arthur decides the knights should go their separate ways to search for the Grail.A modern-day historian filming a documentary on the Arthurian legends is killed by an unknown knight on horseback, triggering a police investigation. Arthur and Bedevere are given directions by an old man and attempt to satisfy the strange requests of the dreaded Knights Who Say "Ni!" Sir Robin avoids a fight with a Three-Headed Knight by running away while the heads are arguing amongst themselves. Sir Galahad is led by a grail-shaped beacon to Castle Anthrax, which is occupied exclusively by young women, who wish to be punished for misleading him, but he is unwillingly "rescued" by Lancelot. Lancelot receives an arrow-shot note from Swamp Castle. Believing the note is from a lady being forced to marry against her will, he storms the castle and slaughters several members of the wedding party, only to discover the note is from an effeminate prince. Arthur and his knights regroup and are joined by three new knights, as well as Brother Maynard and his monk brethren. They meet Tim the Enchanter, who directs them to a cave where the location of the Grail is said to be written. The entrance to the cave is guarded by the Rabbit of Caerbannog. Underestimating it, the knights attack, but the Rabbit easily kills Bors, Gawain and Ector. Arthur uses the "Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch", provided by Brother Maynard, to destroy the creature. Inside the cave, they find an inscription from Joseph of Arimathea, directing them to Castle Aarrgh. An animated cave monster devours Brother Maynard, but Arthur and the knights escape after the animator unexpectedly suffers a fatal heart attack. The knights approach the Bridge of Death, where the bridge-keeper demands they answer three questions in order to pass or else be cast into the Gorge of Eternal Peril. Lancelot easily answers simple questions and crosses. Robin is defeated by an unexpectedly difficult question, and Galahad fails an easy one; both are magically flung into the gorge. When Arthur asks for clarification on an obscure question about swallows, the bridge-keeper cannot answer and is himself thrown into the gorge. Arthur and Bedevere cannot find Lancelot, unaware that he has been arrested by police investigating the historian's death. The pair reach Castle Aarrgh, but find it occupied by the French soldiers. After being repelled by showers of manure, they summon an army of knights and prepare to assault the castle. As the army charges, the police arrive, arrest Arthur and Bedevere for the murder of the historian and break the camera, ending the film.  TOP 5​1: Done on an incredibly small budget, the Pythons found funding from an unlikely sources—rock bands. Groups like Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull, and Pink Floyd helped get the money up for the production, with a portion of the funds coming from the Floyd's album “The Dark Side of the Moon.” This is a trend that would continue later with The Life of Brian, when a large portion of the funding came from former Beatle George Harrison. When Harrison was asked why he funded the film, he responded “Because I wanted to see it.” 2: The film also represents the directorial debuts of both Terry Jones and Terry Gilliam, who decided that anyone named Terry got to direct the Pythons' first film. Attempting to co-direct at the same time led to conflicts, so the Terrys split up the responsibilities with Jones handling the actors while Gilliam worked on the cinematography. They'd go on to direct the remaining Python films together and Jones would additionally direct Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, while Gilliam's lengthy directorial career would include such artistic classics as The Fisher King, Brazil, Time Bandits, Twelve Monkeys, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, and more. 3: The vicious Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog had parts of its fur dyed red to represent the blood of the knights that it spilt with its large, pointy teeth. Unfortunately, the dye used wouldn't wash out afterwards and the rabbit's owner was furious. 4: By the time the Pythons actually got around to doing the credits, they'd run out of money. As a result, the credits were very simple and Palin decided to spice them up a bit by adding the Swedish subtitles and llama references. When the film was shown for the first time at Cannes, firemen rushed in at the end of the credits to evacuate the audience due to a bomb scare. The crowd didn't leave at first because they thought it was part of the show. 5: n part due to the low budget, Chapman and Cleese did all their own stunts for the Black Knight scene. The two used heavy swords and some acrobatics for added realism. Connie Booth had brought her and Cleese's young daughter to the filming, who during the fight turned to her mum and said “Daddy doesn't like that man, does he?” **TRIPLE LINDY AWARD** **REVIEW AND RATING**TreyChrisStephen 1.5Tucker 3 TOP 5Stephen:1 Breakfast club2 Saving Private Ryan3 Ghostbusters4 Sandlot5 Color out of space Chris:1. sandlots2. T23. trick r treat4. rocky horror picture show5. hubie halloween Trey:1) Boondocks Saints2) Mail Order Brides3) Tombstone4) Very bad things5) She out of my league Tucker:1. T22:Saving Private Ryan3: Tombstone4: My Cousin Vinny5: Ghostbusters WHAT ARE WE DOING NEXT WEEK? Web: https://theguysreview.simplecast.com/EM: theguysreviewpod@gmail.comIG: @TheGuysReviewPodTW: @The_GuysReview - Twitter DM groupFB: https://facebook.com/TheGuysReviewPod/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYKXJhq9LbQ2VfR4K33kT9Q Please, Subscribe, rate and review us wherever you get your podcasts from!! Thank you,-The Guys

The Ten Minute Bible Hour Podcast - The Ten Minute Bible Hour
0761 - A Previously Unheard of Joseph Shows Up and Buries Jesus With Honor

The Ten Minute Bible Hour Podcast - The Ten Minute Bible Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 12:49


Matthew 27:57-61 Thanks to everyone who supports TMBH at patreon.com/thetmbhpodcast You're the reason we can all do this together! Discuss the episode here Music written and performed by Jeff Foote

222 Paranormal Podcast
Occult Detective Bob Freeman Eps. 332

222 Paranormal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 47:20


Joining us today is the one and only Bob Freeman, Occult Detective. What is an occult detective you ask? We find out that they are persons who investigate study and immerse themselves in the occult phenomena, ghostly happenings and theroies of the strange and unusual. bob brings us all the interesting knowledge on this subject and shares it with you our listeners. Check out his website below: Click here to go to the Occult Detective website Click here to go to Jen's sale page Click here to go to 222 website Click here to go to Joe's book Click here to help keep the show going with your donation PLEASE REMEMBER TO HIT SUBSCRIBE OR FOLLOW In this episode we have the great honor to speak with the occult detective Bob freeman. Bob Freeman is an Occult Detective, author, artist, game designer, and musician. His lifelong passions for mythology, folklore, magick, and religion has led him to become a respected lecturer on the occult and paranormal phenomena. While his base of operations is squarely in Northern Indiana, over the years Freeman has tracked shapeshifters through the Ozarks of Arkansas, communed with spirits at Mesa Verde's Sun Temple, searched for the Holy Grail in Rosslyn Chapel, helped call down rain atop Hopi's First Mesa, hunted the Skunk Ape in the swamplands of Florida, gone spelunking in the caves of Southern Indiana and Kentucky in search of Paisa, and more… His published fiction includes the Cairnwood Manor series — Shadows Over Somerset and Keepers of the Dead — and the Tales of the Liber Monstrorum — First Born and Descendant. Freeman has also written numerous short stories, articles, and reviews for various online and print publications, and as an illustrator, his art has been showcased on book covers by authors such as Steven L. Shrewsbury, Michael West, and Christine Morgan. Freeman lives in the haunted hinterlands of Indiana with his wife Kim and son Connor. When most people imagine an Occult Detective, they think in terms of fiction, in which a story is told, regardless of medium, that combines the tropes of traditional detective stories with those found in supernatural horror. Occult Detectives, however, are more than just fictional characters. Occult Detectives are investigators who immerse themselves in all things strange and unusual. More than just “ghost hunters”, occult detectives are well versed in all manner of occult and magical traditions; in the beliefs, denominations, cults, and sects of traditional and fringe religions; in folk and shamanic practices; in conspiracy theories of all stripes; in ancient aliens, alien abductions, ufology, cryptozoology, altered states of consciousness, ancient history and archaeology, cryptoanthropology, psychic phenomena, and other Fortean matters; in climate change and geopolitics; in secret societies and political structures. And more… so much more. Occult detectives have a diverse skill set that ranges from the scientific to the fantastic and all points in between. Jen and Joe are asking for your help to keep this podcast going. Your support goes a long way. Please tell a friend and also consider making a donation to the show. Click here to donate.    

Breaking Down Bad Books
The Da Vinci Code - Chapters 101, 102, 103, 104, 105 and the Epilogue

Breaking Down Bad Books

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 50:55


Join me as I break down Chapters 101, 102, 103, 104, 105 and the Epilogue of The Da Vinci Code, in which Langdon finally solves the riddle thanks to a conveniently placed apple tree, Sophie was parent-trapped, and we finally find the Holy Grail maybe... 'Breaking Down Bad Books' is a podcast analysing trashy bestsellers from a literary perspective. Currently covering Dan Brown's historically inaccurate The Da Vinci Code, and E.L. James' dreadfully unerotic Fifty Shades Freed on Patreon. Previously covered Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, 365 Days, Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, Divergent, Insurgent, and The Maze Runner.Sign up to be a patron at www.patreon.com/breakingdownbadbooks for access to exclusive bonus episodes where I will be breaking down E.L. James' Fifty Shades Freed with new episodes every Friday. You can also gain access to the previously published 365 Days, Fifty Shades Darker, Insurgent and The Maze Runner recaps.Read along with me and let me know your thoughts on Twitter @PodBreakingDown or Instagram @breakingdownbadbooks or email me at breakingdownpod@gmail.com. You can also leave a voicemail at www.speakpipe.com/breakingdownbadbooks.Hosted by Nathan Brown, who you can find on Twitter and Instagram @nathanbrown90. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/breaking-down. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Rejected Religion Podcast
Spotlight Richard Mason: Arthur Edward Waite & the 'Trinick-Pippet' Tarot

Rejected Religion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 41:23


Richard Mason returns to discuss A.E. Waite's order, The Fellowship of the Rosy Cross, and the special tarot deck developed for private use in rituals. Waite formed the order in 1915 (during WW1) and enlisted the help of artists and a financial backer to create the tarot 'deck,' that is now housed in the British Museum. Notable in the artwork is the shift from 'magic' to 'mysticism', and this artwork reflects Waite's strong views of a 'secret tradition' - a blend of Christianity with various esoteric concepts. Note of Clarification: 'W.M. Yeats' is incorrect; W.B. Yeats was intended during conversation; The master album of the Trinick-Pippet drawings are located at the British Museum (not the British Library). Thanks to Richard Mason for generously providing the images used in this video. PROGRAM NOTES Contact Richard Mason: rwgm@outlook.com Primary Sources: -Myer, Isaac, Qabbalah. The Philosophical Writings of Solomon Ben Yehuda Ibn Gebirol or Avicebron, and their connection with the Hebrew Qabbalah and Sepher ha-Zohar (1888) -Encausse, Gérard, Qabalah: The Secret Tradition of the West (1892) -Édouard E., Blitz, Treatise on The Great Art: A System of Physics According to Hermetic Philosophy and Theory and Practice of the Magisterium (1898) -A. E. Waite's occult journal The Unknown World (1894-95) -Waite, A. E., Azoth, or The Star in the East (1893)   -The Doctrine and Literature of Kabbalah (1899/1902)   -Steps to the Crown (1907)   -The Hidden Church of the Holy Grail (1909)   -The Secret Tradition in Freemasonry (1911)   -The Brotherhood of the Rosy Cross (1924)   -The Holy Grail its Legends and Symbolism (1933)   -The Secret Tradition in Freemasonry (volume II) (1936) Secondary Sources: -Gilbert, R. A., A. E. Waite: A Bibliography, (1983) -Gilbert, R. A., A. E. Waite: Magician of Many Parts, (1987) -Hanegraaff, Wouter, “The Mysteries of Sex in the House of the Hidden Light: A. E. Waite and Kabbalah” (2018) -Ferguson, Christine, Reading with the Occultists: Arthur Machen and A. E. Waite and the Ecstasies of Popular Fiction (2016) -Parisious, Roger, Figures in a Dance: The Rider-Waite Tarot, (1987) -Roukema, Aren, Esotericism and Narrative: The Occult Fiction in Charles Williams Fiction, (2018) -Südekum, Stuart, “The Secret Tradition of Silence” (2014) -Südekum, Stuart, Drinking from the Haunted Well: A mystical exploration in the Fairy Land of A. E. Waite, (2014) -Seidmann, Gertrud, The Rev. Greville John Chester and ‘The Ashmolean Museum as a Home for Archaeology in Oxford'. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology, 16(1), (2006), pp.27–33. Theme Music: Stephanie Shea

Fabulous Folklore with Icy
Catacombs Folklore: Ghosts, Vampires & the Holy Grail

Fabulous Folklore with Icy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 19:04


Catacombs are subterranean cemeteries, providing eternal rest to those who lie there. Yet they're also mysterious sites, sometimes open to tourists, and less often used for burial. Stretching away below ground as they do, it's easy to imagine what goes on away from prying eyes. But what folklore is attached to these unique locations? Let's explore a handful and see what we find in this week's episode of Fabulous Folklore! Find the images and references on the blog post: https://www.icysedgwick.com/catacombs-folklore/ See the Kensal Green Cemetery Catacombs: https://youtu.be/tskT_ylMorQ Get your free guide to home protection the folklore way here: https://www.icysedgwick.com/fab-folklore/ Become a member of the Fabulous Folklore Family for bonus episodes and articles at https://patreon.com/bePatron?u=2380595 Enjoyed this episode and want to show your appreciation? Buy Icy a coffee to say 'thanks' at: https://ko-fi.com/icysedgwick Request an episode: https://forms.gle/gqG7xQNLfbMg1mDv7 Tweet Icy at https://twitter.com/IcySedgwick Get extra snippets of folklore on Instagram at https://instagram.com/icysedgwick 'Like' Fabulous Folklore on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fabulousfolklore/

Earth Ancients
Scott Wolter: Uncovering America's Suppressed History

Earth Ancients

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 92:38


Scott F. Wolter is a forensic geologist and television host. He is known best as the host of the series "America Unearthed". Wolter is based out of Minnesota, where he is the founder and president of American Petrographic Services and the inventor of Archaeopetrography (a process used to date and understand the origins of inscribed stone artifacts). In addition to investigating and dating ancient artifacts, Wolter was involved in analyzing fire damage to the concrete at the Pentagon after the September 11th terrorist attacks and has even helped the Las Vegas police investigate a homicide where a victim was found buried in concrete. His first television appearance was as a Kensington rune stone expert on the documentary “Holy Grail in America,” which indirectly resulted in Wolter hosting “America Unearthed.” Wolter is the author of several books on geology, the Knights Templar and theories related to pre-Columbian contact. His new book, “Cryptic Code of the Templar's in America: Origins of the Hooked X,” is available early June 2019.

Relics Radio show
S6 E1 - Craig Burns - Unearth Arkansas - Finding the Holy Grail of Detecting

Relics Radio show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 93:14


A gold coin is an amazing find. A rare mint marked gold coin is absolutely bonkers... finding it live while you are filming? Just about unthinkable! Tonight, Craig Burns with Unearth Arkansas joins Relics Radio as our guest. Craig comes on to talk about his incredible experience and many of his other adventures out there looking for those relics and that history. Tonight also is our official inaugural show that kicks off the 6th season of Relics Radio and we would love to have you join us. LINKS:Unearth Arkansas on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/EverythingsAlwaysNothingUnearth Arkansas on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uneartharkansas/Unearth Arkansas on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@uneartharkansasRELICS RADIO is live on spreaker.com/digginwithseven every Thursday night at 8:00 pm (Eastern) and is available on spreaker.com or wherever you get your podcast.Be sure and check out our Relics Radio sponsors:American Digger Magazine - www.americandigger.comJeff Lubbert - Sales AssociateHistory Seekers303 618-5179DK's LINKS:All My Links Here: https://linktr.ee/adventuresindirtAdventures in Dirt on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/adventuresindirtAdventures in Dirt Facebook Group page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AdventuresInDirtTONY's LINKS:5280 Adventures on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/5280adventures5280 Adventures on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/5280adventures5280 Adventures on Instagram:DIGGIN WITH SEVEN's LINKS:Diggin with Seven on YouTube www.youtube.com/digginwithsevenDiggin with Seven on MeWe: https://mewe.com/group/5ff9b8e3c3e5427a1b6f17dfRelics Radio on MeWe: https://mewe.com/group/5fdcb8bb0e3715112094773cLoy Milam on MeWe: https://mewe.com/i/loymilamWelcome to another episode of Relics Radio yall!

Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots
448: AIEDC with Leonard S. Johnson

Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 53:34


Leonard S. Johnson is the Founder and CEO of AIEDC, a 5G Cloud Mobile App Maker and Service Provider with Machine Learning to help small and midsize businesses create their own iOS and Android mobile apps with no-code or low-code so they can engage and service their customer base, as well as provide front and back office digitization services for small businesses. Victoria talks to Leonard about using artificial intelligence for good, bringing the power of AI to local economics, and truly democratizing AI. The Artificial Intelligence Economic Development Corporation (AIEDC) (https://netcapital.com/companies/aiedc) Follow AIEDC on Twitter (https://twitter.com/netcapital), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/netcapital/), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/Netcapital/), or LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/aiedc/). Follow Leonard on Twitter (https://twitter.com/LeonardSJ) and LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/leonardsjohnson84047/). Follow thoughtbot on Twitter (https://twitter.com/thoughtbot) or LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/150727/). Become a Sponsor (https://thoughtbot.com/sponsorship) of Giant Robots! Transcript: VICTORIA: This is The Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots Podcast, where we explore the design, development, and business of great products. I'm your host, Victoria Guido. And with us today is Leonard S. Johnson or LS, Founder and CEO AIEDC, a 5G Cloud Mobile App Maker and Service Provider with Machine Learning to help small and midsize businesses create their own iOS and Android mobile apps with no-code or low-code so they can engage and service their customer base, as well as provide front and back office digitization services for small businesses. Leonard, thanks for being with us today. LEONARD: Thank you for having me, Victoria. VICTORIA: I should say LS, thank you for being with us today. LEONARD: It's okay. It's fine. VICTORIA: Great. So tell us a little more about AIEDC. LEONARD: Well, AIEDC stands for Artificial Intelligence Economic Development Corporation. And the original premise that I founded it for...I founded it after completing my postgraduate work at Stanford, and that was 2016. And it was to use AI for economic development, and therefore use AI for good versus just hearing about artificial intelligence and some of the different movies that either take over the world, and Skynet, and watch data privacy, and these other things which are true, and it's very evident, they exist, and they're out there. But at the end of the day, I've always looked at life as a growth strategy and the improvement of what we could do and focusing on what we could do practically. You do it tactically, then you do it strategically over time, and you're able to implement things. That's why I think we keep building collectively as humanity, no matter what part of the world you're in. VICTORIA: Right. So you went to Stanford, and you're from South Central LA. And what about that background led you to pursue AI for good in particular? LEONARD: So growing up in the inner city of Los Angeles, you know, that South Central area, Compton area, it taught me a lot. And then after that, after I completed high school...and not in South Central because I moved around a lot. I grew up with a single mother, never knew my real father, and then my home life with my single mother wasn't good because of just circumstances all the time. And so I just started understanding that even as a young kid, you put your brain...you utilize something because you had two choices. It's very simple or binary, you know, A or B. A, you do something with yourself, or B, you go out and be social in a certain neighborhood. And I'm African American, so high probability that you'll end up dead, or in a gang, or in crime because that's what it was at that time. It's just that's just a situation. Or you're able to challenge those energies and put them toward a use that's productive and positive for yourself, and that's what I did, which is utilizing a way to learn. I could always pick up things when I was very young. And a lot of teachers, my younger teachers, were like, "You're very, very bright," or "You're very smart." And there weren't many programs because I'm older than 42. So there weren't as many programs as there are today. So I really like all of the programs. So I want to clarify the context. Today there's a lot more engagement and identification of kids that might be sharper, smarter, whatever their personal issues are, good or bad. And it's a way to sort of separate them. So you're not just teaching the whole group as a whole and putting them all in one basket, but back then, there was not. And so I just used to go home a lot, do a lot of reading, do a lot of studying, and just knick-knack with things in tech. And then I just started understanding that even as a young kid in the inner city, you see economics very early, but they don't understand that's really what they're studying. They see economics. They can see inflation because making two ends meet is very difficult. They may see gang violence and drugs or whatever it might end up being. And a lot of that, in my opinion, is always an underlining economic foundation. And so people would say, "Oh, why is this industry like this?" And so forth. "Why does this keep happening?" It's because they can't function. And sometimes, it's just them and their family, but they can't function because it's an economic system. So I started focusing on that and then went into the Marine Corps. And then, after the Marine Corps, I went to Europe. I lived in Europe for a while to do my undergrad studies in the Netherlands in Holland. VICTORIA: So having that experience of taking a challenge or taking these forces around you and turning into a force for good, that's led you to bring the power of AI to local economics. And is that the direction that you went eventually? LEONARD: So economics was always something that I understood and had a fascination prior to even starting my company. I started in 2017. And we're crowdfunding now, and I can get into that later. But I self-funded it since 2017 to...I think I only started crowdfunding when COVID hit, which was 2020, and just to get awareness and people out there because I couldn't go to a lot of events. So I'm like, okay, how can I get exposure? But yeah, it was a matter of looking at it from that standpoint of economics always factored into me, even when I was in the military when I was in the Marine Corps. I would see that...we would go to different countries, and you could just see the difference of how they lived and survived. And another side note, my son's mother is from Ethiopia, Africa. And I have a good relationship with my son and his mother, even though we've been apart for over 15 years, divorced for over 15 years or so or longer. But trying to keep that, you can just see this dichotomy. You go out to these different countries, and even in the military, it's just so extreme from the U.S. and any part of the U.S, but that then always focused on economics. And then technology, I just always kept up with, like, back in the '80s when the mobile brick phone came out, I had to figure out how to get one. [laughs] And then I took it apart and then put it back together just to see how it works, so yeah. But it was a huge one, by the way. I mean, it was like someone got another and broke it, and they thought it was broken. And they're like, "This doesn't work. You could take this piece of junk." I'm like, "Okay." [laughs] VICTORIA: Like, oh, great. I sure will, yeah. Now, I love technology. And I think a lot of people perceive artificial intelligence as being this super futuristic, potentially harmful, maybe economic negative impact. So what, from your perspective, can AI do for local economics or for people who may not have access to that advanced technology? LEONARD: Well, that's the key, and that's what we're looking to do with AIEDC. When you look at the small and midsize businesses, it's not what people think, or their perception is. A lot of those in the U.S. it's the backbone of the United States, our economy, literally. And in other parts of the world, it's the same where it could be a one or two mom-and-pop shops. That's where that name comes from; it's literally two people. And they're trying to start something to build their own life over time because they're using their labor to maybe build wealth or somehow a little bit not. And when I mean wealth, it's always relative. It's enough to sustain themselves or just put food on the table and be able to control their own destiny to the best of their ability. And so what we're looking to do is make a mobile app maker that's 5G that lives in the cloud, that's 5G compliant, that will allow small and midsize businesses to create their own iOS or Android mobile app with no-code or low-code, basically like creating an email. That's how simple we want it to be. When you create your own email, whether you use Microsoft, Google, or whatever you do, and you make it that simple. And there's a simple version, and there could be complexity added to it if they want. That would be the back office digitization or customization, but that then gets them on board with digitization. It's intriguing that McKinsey just came out with a report stating that in 2023, in order to be economically viable, and this was very recent, that all companies would need to have a digitization strategy. And so when you look at small businesses, and you look at things like COVID-19, or the COVID current ongoing issue and that disruption, this is global. And you look at even the Ukrainian War or the Russian-Ukrainian War, however you term it, invasion, war, special operation, these are disruptions. And then, on top of that, we look at climate change which has been accelerating in the last two years more so than it was prior to this that we've experienced. So this is something that everyone can see is self-evident. I'm not even focused on the cause of the problem. My brain and the way I think, and my team, we like to focus on solutions. My chairman is a former program director of NASA who managed 1,200 engineers that built the International Space Station; what was it? 20-30 years ago, however, that is. And he helped lead and build that from Johnson Center. And so you're focused on solutions because if you're building the International Space Station, you can only focus on solutions and anticipate the problems but not dwell on them. And so that kind of mindset is what I am, and it's looking to help small businesses do that to get them on board with digitization and then in customization. And then beyond that, use our system, which is called M.I.N.D. So we own these...we own patents, three patents, trademarks, and service marks related to artificial intelligence that are in the field of economics. And we will utilize DEVS...we plan to do that which is a suite of system specifications to predict regional economic issues like the weather in a proactive way, not reactive. A lot of economic situations are reactive. It's reactive to the Federal Reserve raising interest rates or lowering rates, Wall Street, you know, moving money or not moving money. It is what it is. I mean, I don't judge it. I think it's like financial engineering, and that's fine. It's profitability. But then, at the end of the day, if you're building something, it's like when we're going to go to space. When rockets launch, they have to do what they're intended to do. Like, I know that Blue Origin just blew up recently. Or if they don't, they have a default, and at least I heard that the Blue Origin satellite, if it were carrying passengers, the passengers would have been safe because it disembarked when it detected its own problem. So when you anticipate these kinds of problems and you apply them to the local small business person, you can help them forecast and predict better like what weather prediction has done. And we're always improving that collectively for weather prediction, especially with climate change, so that it can get to near real-time as soon as possible or close a window versus two weeks out versus two days out as an example. VICTORIA: Right. Those examples of what you call a narrow economic prediction. LEONARD: Correct. It is intriguing when you say narrow economic because it wouldn't be narrow AI. But it would actually get into AGI if you added more variables, which we would. The more variables you added in tenancies...so if you're looking at events, the system events discretion so discrete event system specification you would specify what they really, really need to do to have those variables. But at some point, you're working on a system, what I would call AGI. But AGI, in my mind, the circles I run in at least or at least most of the scientists I talk to it's not artificial superintelligence. And so the general public thinks AGI...and I've said this to Stephen Ibaraki, who's the founder of AI for Good at Global Summit at the United Nations, and one of his interviews as well. It's just Artificial General Intelligence, I think, has been put out a lot by Hollywood and entertainment and so forth, and some scientists say certain things. We won't be at artificial superintelligence. We might get to Artificial General Intelligence by 2030 easily, in my opinion. But that will be narrow AI, but it will cover what we look at it in the field as cross-domain, teaching a system to look at different variables because right now, it's really narrow. Like natural language processing, it's just going to look at language and infer from there, and then you've got backward propagation that's credit assignment and fraud and detection. Those are narrow data points. But when you start looking at something cross-domain...who am I thinking of? Pedro Domingos who wrote the Master Algorithm, which actually, Xi Jinping has a copy of, the President of China, on his bookshelf in his office because they've talked about that, and these great minds because Stephen Ibaraki has interviewed these...and the founder of Google Brain and all of these guys. And so there's always this debate in the scientific community of what is narrow AI what it's not. But at the end of the day, I just like Pedro's definition of it because he says the master algorithm will be combining all five, so you're really crossing domains, which AI hasn't done that. And to me, that will be AGI, but that's not artificial superintelligence. And artificial superintelligence is when it becomes very, you know, like some of the movies could say, if we as humanity just let it run wild, it could be crazy. VICTORIA: One of my questions is the future of AI more like iRobot or Bicentennial Man? LEONARD: Well, you know, interesting. That's a great question, Victoria. I see most of AI literally as iRobot, as a tool more than anything, except at the end when it implied...so it kind of did two things in that movie, but a wonderful movie to bring up. And I like Will Smith perfectly. Well, I liked him a lot more before -- VICTORIA: I think iRobot is really the better movie. LEONARD: Yeah, so if people haven't seen iRobot, I liked Will Smith, the actor. But iRobot showed you two things, and it showed you, one, it showed hope. Literally, the robot...because a lot of people put AI and robots. And AI by itself is the brain or the mind; I should say hardware are the robots or the brain. Software...AI in and of itself is software. It's the mind itself. That's why we have M.I.N.D Machine Intelligence NeuralNetwork Database. We literally have that. That's our acronym and our slogan and everything. And it's part of our patents. But its machine intelligence is M.I.N.D, and we own that, you know; the company owns it. And so M.I.N.D...we always say AI powered by M.I.N.D. We're talking about that software side of, like, what your mind does; it iterates and thinks, the ability to think itself. Now it's enclosed within a structure called, you know, for the human, it's called a brain, the physical part of it, and that brain is enclosed within the body. So when you look at robots...and my chairman was the key person for robotics for the International Space Station. So when you look at robotics, you are putting that software into hardware, just like your cell phone. You have the physical, and then you have the actual iOS, which is the operating system. So when you think about that, yeah, iRobot was good because it showed how these can be tools, and they were very, in the beginning of the movie, very helpful, very beneficial to humanity. But then it went to a darker side and showed where V.I.K.I, which was an acronym as well, I think was Virtual Interactive Kinetic technology of something. Yeah, I believe it was Virtual Interactive Kinetic inference or technology or something like that, V.I.K.I; I forgot the last I. But that's what it stood for. It was an acronym to say...and then V.I.K.I just became all aware and started killing everyone with robots and just wanted to say, you know, this is futile. But then, at the very, very end, V.I.K.I learned from itself and says, "Okay, I guess this isn't right." Or the other robot who could think differently argued with V.I.K.I, and they destroyed her. And it made V.I.K.I a woman in the movie, and then the robot was the guy. But that shows that it can get out of hand. But it was intriguing to me that they had her contained within one building. This wouldn't be artificial superintelligence. And I think sometimes Hollywood says, "Just take over everything from one building," no. It wouldn't be on earth if it could. But that is something we always have to think about. We have to think about the worst-case scenarios. I think every prudent scientist or business person or anyone should do that, even investors, I mean, if you're investing something for the future. But you also don't focus on it. You don't think about the best-case scenario, either. But there's a lot of dwelling on the worst-case scenario versus the good that we can do given we're looking at where humanity is today. I mean, we're in 2022, and we're still fighting wars that we fought in 1914. VICTORIA: Right. Which brings me to my next question, which is both, what are the most exciting opportunities to innovate in the AI space currently? And conversely, what are the biggest challenges that are facing innovation in that field? LEONARD: Ooh, that's a good question. I think, in my opinion, it's almost the same answer; one is...but I'm in a special field. And I'm surprised there's not a lot of competition for our company. I mean, it's very good for me and the company's sense. It's like when Mark Zuckerberg did Facebook, there was Friendster, and there was Myspace, but they were different. They were different verticals. And I think Mark figured out how to do it horizontally, good or bad. I'm talking about the beginning of when he started Facebook, now called Meta. But I'm saying utilizing AI in economics because a lot of times AI is used in FinTech and consumerism, but not economic growth where we're really talking about growing something organically, or it's called endogenous growth. Because I studied Paul Romer's work, who won the Nobel Prize in 2018 for economic science. And he talked about the nature of ideas. And we were working on something like that in Stanford. And I put out a book in 2017 of January talking about cryptocurrencies, artificial intelligence but about the utilization of it, but not the speculation. I never talked about speculation. I don't own any crypto; I would not. It's only once it's utilized in its PureTech form will it create something that it was envisioned to do by the protocol that Satoshi Nakamoto sort of created. And it still fascinates me that people follow Bitcoin protocol, even for the tech and the non-tech, but they don't know who Satoshi is. But yeah, it's a white paper. You're just following a white paper because I think logically, the world is going towards that iteration of evolution. And that's how AI could be utilized for good in an area to focus on it with economics and solving current problems. And then going forward to build a new economy where it's not debt-based driven or consumer purchase only because that leaves a natural imbalance in the current world structure. The western countries are great. We do okay, and we go up and down. But the emerging and developing countries just get stuck, and they seem to go into a circular loop. And then there are wars as a result of these things and territory fights and so forth. So that's an area I think where it could be more advanced is AI in the economic realm, not so much the consumer FinTech room, which is fine. But consumer FinTech, in my mind, is you're using AI to process PayPal. That's where I think Elon just iterated later because PayPal is using it for finance. You're just moving things back and forth, and you're just authenticating everything. But then he starts going on to SpaceX next because he's like, well, let me use technology in a different way. And I do think he's using AI on all of his projects now. VICTORIA: Right. So how can that tech solve real problems today? Do you see anything even particular about Southern California, where we're both at right now, where you think AI could help predict some outcomes for small businesses or that community? LEONARD: I'm looking to do it regionally then globally. So I'm part of this Southern Cal Innovation Hub, which is just AI. It's an artificial intelligence coordination between literally San Diego County, Orange County, and Los Angeles County. And so there's a SoCal Innovation Hub that's kind of bringing it together. But there are all three groups, like; I think the CEO in Orange County is the CEO of Leadership Alliance. And then in San Diego, there's another group I can't remember their name off the top of my head, and I'm talking about the county itself. So each one's representing a county because, you know. And then there's one in Northern California that I'm also associated with where if you look at California as its own economy in the U.S., it's still pretty significant as an economic cycle in the United States, period. That's why so many politicians like California because they can sway the votes. So yeah, we're looking to do that once, you know, we are raising capital. We're crowdfunding currently. Our total raise is about 6 million. And so we're talking to venture capitalists, private, high net worth investors as well. Our federal funding is smaller. It's just like several hundred thousand because most people can only invest a few thousand. But I always like to try to give back. If you tell people...if you're Steve Jobs, like, okay, I've got this Apple company. In several years, you'll see the potential. And people are like, ah, whatever, but then they kick themselves 15 years later. [laughs] Like, oh, I wish I thought about that Apple stock for $15 when I could. But you give people a chance, and you get the word out, and you see what happens. Once you build a system, you share it. There are some open-source projects. But I think the open source, like OpenAI, as an example, Elon Musk funds that as well as Microsoft. They both put a billion dollars into it. It is an open-source project. OpenAI claims...but some of the research does go back to Microsoft to be able to see it. And DeepMind is another research for AI, but they're owned by Google. And so, I'm also very focused on democratizing artificial intelligence for the benefit of everyone. I really believe that needs to be democratized in a sense of tying it to economics and making it utilized for everyone that may need it for the benefit of humanity where it's profitable and makes money, but it's not just usurping. MID-ROLL AD: As life moves online, brick-and-mortar businesses are having to adapt to survive. With over 18 years of experience building reliable web products and services, thoughtbot is the technology partner you can trust. We provide the technical expertise to enable your business to adapt and thrive in a changing environment. We start by understanding what's important to your customers to help you transition to intuitive digital services your customers will trust. 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And now a lot of people are like, okay, if you're on Facebook, you're the product, right? Or if you're on Instagram, you're the product. And they're using you, and you're using your data to sell, et cetera, et cetera. But user-generated content it's always been that. It's just a matter of the sharing of the economic. That's why I keep going back to economics. So if people were, you know, you wouldn't have to necessarily do advertising if you had stakeholders with advertising, the users and the company, as an example. If it's a social media company, just throwing it out there, so let's say you have a social media...and this has been talked about, but I'm not the first to introduce this. This has been talked about for over ten years, at least over 15 years. And it's you share as a triangle in three ways. So you have the user and everything else. So take your current social media, and I won't pick on Facebook, but I'll just use them, Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Twitter's having issues recently because Elon is trying to buy them or get out of buying them. But you just looked at that data, and then you share with the user base. What's the revenue model? And there needs to be one; let me be very clear. There has to be incentive, and there has to be profitability for people that joined you earlier, you know, joined the corporation, or become shareholders, or investors, or become users, or become customers. They have to be able to have some benefit, not extreme greater than everyone else but a great benefit from coming in earlier by what they contributed at the time. And that is what makes this system holistic in my opinion, like Reddit or any of these bloggers. But you make it where they use their time and the users, and you share it with the company and then the data and so forth, and whatever revenue economic model you have, and it's a sort of a three-way split. It's just not always equal. And that's something that I think in economics, we're still on a zero-sum game, I win, you lose sort of economic model globally. That's why there's a winner of a war and a loser of a war. But in reality, as you know, Victoria, there are no winners of any war. So it's funny, [laughs] I was just saying, well, you know, because of the economic mode, but Von Neumann, who talked about that, also talked about something called a non-zero-sum game when he talked about it in mathematics that you can win, and I can win; we just don't win equally because they never will match that. So if I win, I may win 60; you win 40. Or you may win 60, I win 40, and we agree to settle on that. It's an agreement versus I'm just going to be 99, and you'll be 1%, or I'm just going to be 100, and you're at 0. And I think that our economic model tends to be a lot of that, like, when you push forth and there needs to be more of that. When you talk about the core of economics...and I go way back, you know, prior to the Federal Reserve even being started. I just look at the world, and it's always sort of been this land territorial issue of what goods are under the country. But we've got technology where we can mitigate a lot of things and do the collective of help the earth, and then let's go off to space, all of space. That's where my brain is focused on. VICTORIA: Hmm. Oh yeah, that makes sense to me. I think that we're all going to have to evolve our economic models here in the future. I wonder, too, as you're building your startup and you're building your company, what are some of the technology trade-offs you're having to make in the stack of the AI software that you're building? LEONARD: Hmm. Good question. But clarify, this may be a lot deeper dive because that's a general question. And I don't want to...yeah, go ahead. VICTORIA: Because when you're building AI, and you're going to be processing a lot of data, I know many data scientists that are familiar with tools like Jupyter Notebooks, and R, and Python. And one issue that I'm aware of is keeping the environments the same, so everything that goes into building your app and having those infrastructure as code for your data science applications, being able to afford to process all that data. [laughs] And there are just so many factors that go into building an AI app versus building something that's more easy, like a web-based user form. So just curious if you've encountered those types of trade-offs or questions about, okay, how are we going to actually build an app that we can put out on everybody's phone and that works responsibly? LEONARD: Oh, okay. So let me be very clear, but I won't give too much of the secret sauce away. But I can define this technically because this is a technical audience. This is not...so what you're really talking about is two things, and I'm clear about this, though. So the app maker won't really read and write a lot of data. It'll just be the app where people could just get on board digitalization simple, you know, process payments, maybe connect with someone like American Express square, MasterCard, whatever. And so that's just letting them function. That's sort of small FinTech in my mind, you know, just transaction A to B, B to A, et cetera. And it doesn't need to be peer-to-peer and all of the crypto. It doesn't even need to go that level yet. That's just level one. Then they will sign up for a service, which is because we're really focused on artificial intelligence as a service. And that, to me, is the next iteration for AI. I've been talking about this for about three or four years now, literally, in different conferences and so forth for people who haven't hit it. But that we will get to that point where AI will become AI as a service, just like SaaS is. We're still at the, you know, most of the world on the legacy systems are still software as a service. We're about to hit AI as a service because the world is evolving. And this is true; they did shut it down. But you did have okay, so there are two case points which I can bring up. So JP Morgan did create something called a Coin, and it was using AI. And it was a coin like crypto, coin like a token, but they called it a coin. But it could process, I think, something like...I may be off on this, so to the sticklers that will be listening, please, I'm telling you I may be off on the exact quote, but I think it was about...it was something crazy to me, like 200,000 of legal hours and seconds that it could process because it was basically taking the corporate legal structure of JP Morgan, one of the biggest banks. I think they are the biggest bank in the U.S. JPMorgan Chase. And they were explaining in 2017 how we created this, and it's going to alleviate this many hours of legal work for the bank. And I think politically; something happened because they just pulled away. I still have the original press release when they put it out, and it was in the media. And then it went away. I mean, no implementation [laughs] because I think there was going to be a big loss of jobs for it. And they basically would have been white-collar legal jobs, most specifically lawyers literally that were working for the bank. And when they were talking towards investment, it was a committee. I was at a conference. And I was like, I was fascinated by that. And they were basically using Bitcoin protocol as the tokenization protocol, but they were using AI to process it. And it was basically looking at...because legal contracts are basically...you can teach it with natural language processing and be able to encode and almost output it itself and then be able to speak with each other. Another case point was Facebook. They had...what was it? Two AI systems. They began to create their own language. I don't know if you remember that story or heard about it, and Facebook shut it down. And this was more like two years ago, I think, when they were saying Facebook was talking, you know, when they were Facebook, not Meta, so maybe it was three years ago. And they were talking, and they were like, "Oh, Facebook has a language. It's talking to each other." And it created its own little site language because it was two AI bots going back and forth. And then the engineers at Facebook said, "We got to shut this down because this is kind of getting out of the box." So when you talk about AI as a service, yes, the good and the bad, and what you take away is AWS, Oracle, Google Cloud they do have services where it doesn't need to cost you as much anymore as it used to in the beginning if you know what you're doing ahead of time. And you're not just running iterations or data processing because you're doing guesswork versus, in my opinion, versus actually knowing exactly specifically what you're looking for and the data set you're looking to get out of it. And then you're talking about just basically putting in containers and clustering it because it gets different operations. And so what you're really looking at is something called an N-scale graph data that can process data in maybe sub seconds at that level, excuse me. And one of my advisors is the head of that anyway at AGI laboratory. So he's got an N graph database that can process...when we implement it, we'll be able to process data at the petabyte level at sub-seconds, and it can run on platforms like Azure or AWS, and so forth. VICTORIA: Oh, that's interesting. So it sounds like cloud providers are making compute services more affordable. You've got data, the N-scale graph data, that can run more transactions more quickly. And I'm curious if you see any future trends since I know you're a futurist around quantum computing and how that could affect capacity for -- LEONARD: Oh [laughs] We haven't even gotten there yet. Yes. Well, if you look at N-scale, if you know what you're doing and you know what to look for, then the quantum just starts going across different domains as well but at a higher hit rate. So there's been some quantum computers online. There's been several...well, Google has their quantum computer coming online, and they've been working on it, and Google has enough data, of course, to process. So yeah, they've got that data, lots of data. And quantum needs, you know, if it's going to do something, it needs lots of data. But then the inference will still be, I think, quantum is very good at processing large, large, large amounts of data. We can just keep going if you really have a good quantum computer. But it's really narrow. You have to tell it exactly what it wants, and it will do it in what we call...which is great like in P or NP square or P over NP which is you want to do it in polynomial time, not non-polynomial, polynomial time which is...now speaking too fast. Okay, my brain is going faster than my lips. Let me slow it down. So when you start thinking about processing, if we as humans, let's say if I was going to process A to Z, and I'm like, okay, here is this equation, if I tell you it takes 1000 years, it's of no use to us, to me and you Victoria because we're living now. Now, the earth may benefit in 1000 years, but it's still of no use. But if I could take this large amount of data and have it process within minutes, you know, worst case hours...but then I'll even go down to seconds or sub-seconds, then that's really a benefit to humanity now, today in present term. And so, as a futurist, yes, as the world, we will continue to add data. We're doing it every day, and we already knew this was coming ten years ago, 15 years ago, 20 years ago, even actually in the '50s when we were in the AI winter. We're now in AI summer. In my words, I call it the AI summer. So as you're doing this, that data is going to continue to increase, and quantum will be needed for that. But then the specific need...quantum is very good at looking at a specific issue, specifically for that very narrow. Like if you were going to do the trajectory to Jupiter or if we wanted to send a probe to Jupiter or something, I think we're sending something out there now from NASA, and so forth, then you need to process all the variables, but it's got one trajectory. It's going one place only. VICTORIA: Gotcha. Well, that's so interesting. I'm glad I asked you that question. And speaking of rockets going off to space, have you ever seen a SpaceX launch from LA? LEONARD: Actually, I saw one land but not a launch. I need to go over there. It's not too far from me. But you got to give credit where credit's due and Elon has a reusable rocket. See, that's where technology is solving real-world problems. Because NASA and I have, you know, my chairman, his name is Alexander Nawrocki, you know, he's Ph.D., but I call him Rocki. He goes by Rocki like I go by LS. But it's just we talk about this like NASA's budget. [laughs] How can you reduce this? And Elon says they will come up with a reusable rocket that won't cost this much and be able to...and that's the key. That was the kind of Holy Grail where you can reuse the same rocket itself and then add some little variables on top of it. But the core, you wouldn't constantly be paying for it. And so I think where the world is going...and let me be clear, Elon pushes a lot out there. He's just very good at it. But I'm also that kind of guy that I know that Tesla itself was started by two Stanford engineers. Elon came on later, like six months, and then he invested, and he became CEO, which was a great investment for Elon Musk. And then CEO I just think it just fit his personality because it was something he loved. But I also have studied for years Nikola Tesla, and I understand what his contributions created where we are today with all the patents that he had. And so he's basically the father of WiFi and why we're able to communicate in a lot of this. We've perfected it or improved it, but it was created by him in the 1800s. VICTORIA: Right. And I don't think he came from as fortunate a background as Elon Musk, either. Sometimes I wonder what I could have done born in similar circumstances. [laughter] And you certainly have made quite a name for yourself. LEONARD: Well, I'm just saying, yeah, he came from very...he did come from a poor area of Russia which is called the Russian territory, to be very honest, Eastern Europe, definitely Eastern Europe. But yeah, I don't know once you start thinking about that [laughs]. You're making me laugh, Victoria. You're making me laugh. VICTORIA: No, I actually went camping, a backpacking trip to the Catalina Island, and there happened to be a SpaceX launch that night, and we thought it was aliens because it looked wild. I didn't realize what it was. But then we figured it was a launch, so it was really great. I love being here and being close to some of this technology and the advancements that are going on. I'm curious if you have some thoughts about...I hear a lot about or you used to hear about Silicon Valley Tech like very Northern California, San Francisco focus. But what is the difference in SoCal? What do you find in those two communities that makes SoCal special? [laughs] LEONARD: Well, I think it's actually...so democratizing AI. I've been in a moment like that because, in 2015, I was in Dubai, and they were talking about creating silicon oasis. And so there's always been this model of, you know, because they were always, you know, the whole Palo Alto thing is people would say it and it is true. I mean, I experienced it. Because I was in a two-year program, post-graduate program executive, but we would go up there...I wasn't living up there. I had to go there maybe once every month for like three weeks, every other month or something. But when you're up there, it is the air in the water. It's just like, people just breathe certain things. Because around the world, and I would travel to Japan, and China, and other different parts of Asia, Vietnam, et cetera and in Africa of course, and let's say you see this and people are like, so what is it about Silicon Valley? And of course, the show, there is the Hollywood show about it, which is pretty a lot accurate, which is interesting, the HBO show. But you would see that, and you would think, how are they able to just replicate this? And a lot of it is a convergence. By default, they hear about these companies' access because the key is access, and that's what we're...like this podcast. I love the concept around it because giving awareness, knowledge, and access allows other people to spread it and democratize it. So it's just not one physical location, or you have to be in that particular area only to benefit. I mean, you could benefit in that area, or you could benefit from any part of the world. But since they started, people would go there; engineers would go there. They built company PCs, et cetera. Now that's starting to spread in other areas like Southern Cal are creating their own innovation hubs to be able to bring all three together. And those three are the engineers and founders, and idea makers and startups. And you then need the expertise. I'm older than 42; I'm not 22. [laughs] So I'm just keeping it 100, keeping it real. So I'm not coming out at 19. I mean, my son's 18. And I'm not coming out, okay, this my new startup, bam, give me a billion dollars, I'm good. And let me just write off the next half. But when you look at that, there's that experience because even if you look at Mark Zuckerberg, I always tell people that give credit where credit is due. He brought a senior team with him when he was younger, and he didn't have the experience. And his only job has been Facebook out of college. He's had no other job. And now he's been CEO of a multi-billion dollar corporation; that's a fact. Sometimes it hurts people's feelings. Like, you know what? He's had no other job. Now that can be good and bad, [laughs] but he's had no other jobs. And so that's just a credit, like, if you can surround yourself with the right people and be focused on something, it can work to the good or the bad for your own personal success but then having that open architecture. And I think he's been trying to learn and others versus like an Elon Musk, who embraces everything. He's just very open in that sense. But then you have to come from these different backgrounds. But let's say Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, let's take a guy like myself or whatever who didn't grow up with all of that who had to make these two ends meet, figure out how to do the next day, not just get to the next year, but get to the next day, get to the next week, get to the next month, then get to the next year. It just gives a different perspective as well. Humanity's always dealing with that. Because we had a lot of great engineers back in the early 1900s. They're good or bad, you know, you did have Nikola Tesla. You had Edison. I'm talking about circa around 1907 or 1909, prior to World War I. America had a lot of industries. They were the innovators then, even though there were innovations happening in Europe, and Africa, and China, as well and Asia. But the innovation hub kind of created as the America, quote, unquote, "industrial revolution." And I think we're about to begin a new revolution sort of tech and an industrial revolution that's going to take us to maybe from 20...we're 2022 now, but I'll say it takes us from 2020 to 2040 in my head. VICTORIA: So now that communities can really communicate across time zones and locations, maybe the hubs are more about solving specific problems. There are regional issues. That makes a lot more sense. LEONARD: Yes. And collaborating together, working together, because scientists, you know, COVID taught us that. People thought you had to be in a certain place, but then a lot of collaboration came out of COVID; even though it was bad globally, even though we're still bad, if people were at home, they start collaborating, and scientists will talk to scientists, you know, businesses, entrepreneurs, and so forth. But if Orange County is bringing together the mentors, the venture capital, or at least Southern California innovation and any other place, I want to say that's not just Silicon Valley because Silicon Valley already has it; we know that. And that's that region. It's San Jose all the way up to...I forgot how far north it's past San Francisco, actually. But it's that region of area where they encompass the real valley of Silicon Valley if you're really there. And you talk about these regions. Yes, I think we're going to get to a more regional growth area, and then it'll go more micro to actually cities later in the future. But regional growth, I think it's going to be extremely important globally in the very near term. I'm literally saying from tomorrow to the next, maybe ten years, regional will really matter. And then whatever you have can scale globally anyway, like this podcast we're doing. This can be distributed to anyone in the world, and they can listen at ease when they have time. VICTORIA: Yeah, I love it. It's both exciting and also intimidating. [laughs] And you mentioned your son a little bit earlier. And I'm curious, as a founder and someone who spent a good amount of time in graduate and Ph.D. programs, if you feel like it's easy to connect with your son and maintain that balance and focusing on your family while you're building a company and investing in yourself very heavily. LEONARD: Well, I'm older, [laughs] so it's okay. I mean, I've mentored him, you know. And me and his mom have a relationship that works. I would say we have a better relationship now than when we were together. It is what it is. But we have a communication level. And I think she was just a great person because I never knew my real father, ever. I supposedly met him when I was two or one; I don't know. But I have no memories, no photos, nothing. And that was just the environment I grew up in. But with my son, he knows the truth of everything about that. He's actually in college. I don't like to name the school because it's on the East Coast, and it's some Ivy League school; that's what I will say. And he didn't want to stay on the West Coast because I'm in Orange County and his mom's in Orange County. He's like, "I want to get away from both of you people." [laughter] And that's a joke, but he's very independent. He's doing well. When he graduated high school, he graduated with 4.8 honors. He made the valedictorian. He was at a STEM school. VICTORIA: Wow. LEONARD: And he has a high GPA. He's studying computer science and economics as well at an Ivy League, and he's already made two or three apps at college. And I said, "You're not Mark, so calm down." [laughter] But anyway, that was a recent conversation. I won't go there. But then some people say, "LS, you should be so happy." What is it? The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. But this was something he chose around 10 or 11. I'm like, whatever you want to do, you do; I'll support you no matter what. And his mom says, "Oh no, I think you programmed him to be like you." [laughs] I'm like, no, I can't do that. I just told him the truth about life. And he's pretty tall. VICTORIA: You must have -- LEONARD: He played basketball in high school a lot. I'm sorry? VICTORIA: I was going to say you must have inspired him. LEONARD: Yeah. Well, he's tall. He did emulate me in a lot of ways. I don't know why. I told him just be yourself. But yes, he does tell me I'm an inspiration to that; I think because of all the struggles I've gone through when I was younger. And you're always going through struggles. I mean, it's just who you are. I tell people, you know, you're building a company. You have success. You can see the future, but sometimes people can't see it, [laughs] which I shouldn't really say, but I'm saying anyway because I do that. I said this the other night to some friends. I said, "Oh, Jeff Bezo's rocket blew up," going, you know, Blue Origin rocket or something. And then I said Elon will tell Jeff, "Well, you only have one rocket blow up. I had three, [laughter] SpaceX had three." So these are billionaires talking to billionaires about, you know, most people don't even care. You're worth X hundred billion dollars. I mean, they're worth 100 billion-plus, right? VICTORIA: Right. LEONARD: I think Elon is around 260 billion, and Jeff is 160 or something. Who cares about your rocket blowing up? But it's funny because the issues are still always going to be there. I've learned that. I'm still learning. It doesn't matter how much wealth you have. You just want to create wealth for other people and better their lives. The more you search on bettering lives, you're just going to have to wake up every day, be humble with it, and treat it as a new day and go forward and solve the next crisis or problem because there will be one. There is not where there are no problems, is what I'm trying to say, this panacea or a utopia where you personally, like, oh yeah, I have all this wealth and health, and I'm just great. Because Elon has had divorce issues, so did Jeff Bezos. So I told my son a lot about this, like, you never get to this world where it's perfect in your head. You're always going to be doing things. VICTORIA: That sounds like an accurate future prediction if I ever heard one. [laughs] Like, there will be problems. No matter where you end up or what you choose to do, you'll still have problems. They'll just be different. [laughs] LEONARD: Yeah, and then this is for women and men. It means you don't give up. You just keep hope alive, and you keep going. And I believe personally in God, and I'm a scientist who actually does. But I look at it more in a Godly aspect. But yeah, I just think you just keep going, and you keep building because that's what we do as humanity. It's what we've done. It's why we're here. And we're standing on the shoulders of giants, and I just always considered that from physicists and everyone. VICTORIA: Great. And if people are interested in building something with you, you have that opportunity right now to invest via the crowdfunding app, correct? LEONARD: Yes, yes, yes. They can do that because the company is still the same company because eventually, we're going to branch out. My complete vision for AIEDC is using artificial intelligence for economic development, and that will spread horizontally, not just vertically. Vertically right now, just focus on just a mobile app maker digitization and get...because there are so many businesses even globally, and I'm not talking only e-commerce. So when I say small to midsize business, it can be a service business, car insurance, health insurance, anything. It doesn't have to be selling a particular widget or project, you know, product. And I'm not saying there's nothing wrong with that, you know, interest rates and consumerism. But I'm not thinking about Shopify, and that's fine, but I'm talking about small businesses. And there's the back office which is there are a lot of tools for back offices for small businesses. But I'm talking about they create their own mobile app more as a way to communicate with their customers, update them with their customers, and that's key, especially if there are disruptions. So let's say that there have been fires in California. In Mississippi or something, they're out of water. In Texas, last year, they had a winter storm, electricity went out. So all of these things are disruptions. This is just in the U.S., And of course, I won't even talk about Pakistan, what's going on there and the flooding and just all these devastating things, or even in China where there's drought where there are these disruptions, and that's not counting COVID disrupts, the cycle of business. It literally does. And it doesn't bubble up until later when maybe the central banks and governments pay attention to it, just like in Japan when that nuclear, unfortunately, that nuclear meltdown happened because of the earthquake; I think it was 2011. And that affected that economy for five years, which is why the government has lower interest rates, negative interest rates, because they have to try to get it back up. But if there are tools and everyone's using more mobile apps and wearables...and we're going to go to the metaverse and all of that. So the internet of things can help communicate that. So when these types of disruptions happen, the flow of business can continue, at least at a smaller level, for an affordable cost for the business. I'm not talking about absorbing costs because that's meaningless to me. VICTORIA: Yeah, well, that sounds like a really exciting project. And I'm so grateful to have this time to chat with you today. Is there anything else you want to leave for our listeners? LEONARD: If they want to get involved, maybe they can go to our crowdfunding page, or if they've got questions, ask about it and spread the word. Because I think sometimes, you know, they talk about the success of all these companies, but a lot of it starts with the founder...but not a founder. If you're talking about a startup, it starts with the founder. But it also stops with the innovators that are around that founder, male or female, whoever they are. And it also starts with their community, building a collective community together. And that's why Silicon Valley is always looked at around the world as this sort of test case of this is how you create something from nothing and make it worth great value in the future. And I think that's starting to really spread around the world, and more people are opening up to this. It's like the crowdfunding concept. I think it's a great idea, like more podcasts. I think this is a wonderful idea, podcasts in and of themselves, so people can learn from people versus where in the past you would only see an interview on the business news network, or NBC, or Fortune, or something like that, and that's all you would understand. But this is a way where organically things can grow. I think the growth will continue, and I think the future's bright. We just have to know that it takes work to get there. VICTORIA: That's great. Thank you so much for saying that and for sharing your time with us today. I learned a lot myself, and I think our listeners will enjoy it as well. You can subscribe to the show and find notes along with a complete transcript for this episode at giantrobots.fm. If you have questions or comments, email us at hosts@giantrobot.fm. You can find me on Twitter @victori_ousg. This podcast is brought to you by thoughtbot and produced and edited by Mandy Moore. Thanks for listening. See you next time. ANNOUNCER: This podcast was brought to you by thoughtbot. thoughtbot is your expert design and development partner. Let's make your product and team a success. Special Guest: Leonard S. Johnson.

BCJ Podcast
Holy Grail BCJ Podcast 354 ECU

BCJ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 117:56


Chad Brendel and David Simone put a bow on the final AAC meeting with Navy, and discuss the intricacies of the Hometown Hero movement before giving a full preview of the ECU game on Friday night. The show then turns to some hoops talk with Dave's thoughts on the season opener in the books. All that and more this week on the BCJ Pod.

Straight Fire and Flow
The Holy Grail of Business Goals

Straight Fire and Flow

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 19:01


This episode focuses on building a business you don't have to unplug from and why this is the holy grail of entrepreneurship. To join our wait list for our January Mastermind (exclusive offer & be the first to know all the deets) click the following link: The Exception

A Swift Kick In The Ass
ASKITA E141 Who Says You Can't Live the Dream? You Can.

A Swift Kick In The Ass

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 20:17


In the episode, John talks about he is the leading character in his own story line full of dragons, adventure and the building of his own kingdom. Real Life was never this fun but when you write the story and use it to develop your character...well you found the Holy Grail of living on your terms. Dont' miss this episode #PersonaDevelopment

Monsters, Madness and Magic
EP#156: Of Swords and Sorceries - An Interview with Richard Stanley

Monsters, Madness and Magic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 52:42


Join Justin as he chats with filmmaker Richard Stanley about Solomon Kane, H.P. Lovecraft, the Holy Grail, Frank Frazetta, magic, mythos, film, fiction, monsters, and more!You can visit Richard Stanley's official website here! Be sure to visit MonstersMadnessandMagic.com to stay up to date on the show. The digital doors of the Sanctuary of the Strange are open to you!Monsters, Madness and Magic on Instagram.Monsters, Madness and Magic on Facebook.Monsters, Madness and Magic on Twitter.

jon atack, family & friends
Scientology: L.A.'s political chaos, and the origins of upper-level exorcisms

jon atack, family & friends

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 63:46


There is much said about the Scientology Cult and L Ron Hubbard, but condensing it down to basics, it is a church that wants tens of thousands of dollars, even hundreds of thousands of dollars, to train you to use Scientology techniques to expel the attached spirits that are stuck to you or your body. This is their Holy Grail and Secret of Secrets. ---------- Links: Vanity Fair - What Katie Does Not Know: https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/... the Secret life of L Ron Hubbard: https://youtu.be/FwX7Fjqt7c4

The Work IN to move out of stress, tension & anxiety
The holy grail of diets: Personalize your plate Rx

The Work IN to move out of stress, tension & anxiety

Play Episode Play 33 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 35:06 Transcription Available


Today we're talking about fuel for energy beyond the physical body. How to personalize the prescription on our plate for the best energy and nourishment. Our body is how we interact with the world so it's important to take care of it. It is our vehicle. When something goes wrong in one system it affects all the other systems. So how can we fuel and nourish it in a way that supports our energy beyond just physical? The question most fit pros get more than any other (myself included) how should I eat? What should I eat? What's the best diet if I want to get x,y,z? So let's start our work IN.

Between Two Ravens: A Norse Mythology Podcast
S2 Episode 19: Frey's "Courtship" of Gerdr (Part 1)

Between Two Ravens: A Norse Mythology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 53:38


Season 2 Episode 19 Part 1 of 2 Frey's "Courtship" of Gerdr Shawn and David tell the story of Frey the lovesick lover from Snori's Prose Edda  Frey shows up in relatively few stories, besides his arrival with the Aesir in a hostage exchange with the Vanir, Lokasenna, and Skirnismal - the story of Frey gaining the hand of the giantess Gerd, through the coercive efforts of his servant Skirnir.  Shawn and David talk about Frey as a fertility god and the archetypal Lover. David gives more detail on the myth of Percival, the Holy Grail, and the Fisher King, as a potential parallel to Frey's story and the existing Jungian analysis of the meaning behind Percival, the Hero who finds the Lover aspect. Next week look forward to Part 2 - Skirnismal from the Poetic Edda and more discussion of the Shadow aspects of Frey the Lover and how Percival finds true love and mature masculinity where Frey fails. David is starting a mindfulness group. It's free to join and everyone is welcome. Next group is November 12th, Saturday 7:30am Pacific 10:30am Eastern. It will be before the Stoicon X virtual event at The Walled Garden: https://thewalledgarden.com/events Donate to help buy Shawn & David matching drinking horns and participate in the December 2022 Fireside Chat! https://tworavenpodcast.wordpress.com/donation/ or https://www.patreon.com/prosocheproject Ways to support us: If you have been enjoying our show, please write a 5 star review on itunes to help spread our podcast to a wider audience: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/between-two-ravens-a-norse-mythology-podcast/id1604263830 Follow us or leave a message on Twitter or Instagram: Twitter: (@TwoRavenPodcast): https://twitter.com/TwoRavenPodcast Instagram: (@BetweenTwoRavens): https://www.instagram.com/betweentworavens/ Check out David's writing:  Prosoche Project (www.prosocheproject.com).  Walled Garden (https://thewalledgarden.com/davidalexander) Additional Info/Books Discussed: 'He: Understanding Masculine Psychology' by Robert A. Johnson: https://amzn.to/3fB18Lr Our podcast is part of The Walled Garden Podcast Network. The Walled Garden is committed to the pursuit of Truth, Wisdom, Virtue, and the Divine, wherever it might be found.  Visit thewalledgarden.com to learn more about weekly meet-ups and the writing and podcasts of our other contributors.

Mind, Body & Emotions Show
Eps 44 - The Holy Grail of Internal Youth - What Say You?

Mind, Body & Emotions Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 31:57


For many centuries humans have been searching for the fountain of youth. The ability for humans to live indefinitely and young. Do you believe this could be achieved within our lifetime? If it were possible, what would be the challenges we'd have to face and overcome? Listen In Now.

The Hermetic Hour
The Holy Grail and The Round Table in Magick (rebroadcast)

The Hermetic Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 30:00


On Thursday June 14th, 2018 the Hermetic Hour with host Poke Runyon will present a discussion on The Holy Grail and The Round Table in Magick. To begin this subject we will review the history of the Grail as presented in our poem: The Cult of The Sangreal which we published in our journal The Seventh Ray back in 1975 and which has since become the prologue to our First Degree (Pastophoris) initiation. We trace the Grail from its origin in ancient Phoenicia in the days of Melchizedek around 1500 B.C. It began with the ancient Canaanite God Baal's yearly death at High Summer followed by his resurrection via the Chalice of heavenly nectar brought by his consort, the Goddess Astarte in the Fall. We trace this event through a series of mythical evolutions until the Grail becomes the cup of resurrection for the last of the dying gods, Jesus the Nazareen, raised by his consort Mary Magdalene. This is the secret of the Grail Tradition which was carried on through the Arthurian Romances. It is a genealogical bloodline and a symbolic ritual implement. One of Four Grail Hallows presented in the Tarot and related to astrology. This symbolism is carried forth in the structure of Arthur's (or more properly Merlin's) Round Table. So if you would like to know what qualifies an aspirant to become a knight of the Round Table, tune in and we will start you on your quest. And Adonia is coming up at Rivendell this coming Saturday.

Better in Bed
52. Oh My G! Finding & Stimulating the G-Spot

Better in Bed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 60:12


It's been called the “Holy Grail” of the woman's pleasure anatomy. But does the G-spot even exist? It's been a highly debated question.   And one that Sara discusses with co-host Kat Leung and guest Vera Lui on this episode. Vera is the founder of Sally Coco (http://sallystoy.com), the first female-friendly sex toy shop in Hong Kong, and a certified sex educator who is happy to share the latest research on the G-spot (or more accurately, G-area), and debunk its biggest myths.   Finding and stimulating one's G-spot takes time and practice. We explore the many methods to go about it— whether solo with fingers, with toys, or with the assistance of an encouraging partner.   We talk about a big fantasy for some — squirting. We answer all your questions: Why does squirting tend to occur with G-spot stimulation? What makes up the liquid? How does porn influence our ideas on squirting? And so much more.   We also share practical tips and personal stories that make finding your G-spot achievable. Ultimately, we reach the conclusion: everybody is different. But it's always worth exploring what feels good, especially when it could lead to an intensely satisfying orgasm.   So if you're someone who wants to explore the G-spot, whether on your own or with someone else, this episode will give you the confidence to unlock its possibilities.    ---   -   Support this show on Patreon http://patreon.com/betterinbed   -   Visit Sarasense website http://sarasense.com   -   Follow @hellosarasense on Instagram   -   Check out our sponsors that help keep this show free: Womanizer https://www.womanizer.com   -   Detailed show notes for this episode at http://sarasense.com/podcast

Cartoonist Kayfabe
HOLY GRAIL! Super Rare BONE Comic from 1983 FOUND in a Thrift Store for $4! Unbelievable!

Cartoonist Kayfabe

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 23:25


Ed's Links (Order RED ROOM!, Patreon, etc): https://linktr.ee/edpiskor Jim's Links (Patreon, Store, social media): https://linktr.ee/jimrugg ------------------------- E-NEWSLETTER: Keep up with all things Cartoonist Kayfabe through our newsletter! News, appearances, special offers, and more - signup here for free: https://cartoonistkayfabe.substack.com/ --------------------- SNAIL MAIL! Cartoonist Kayfabe, PO Box 3071, Munhall, Pa 15120 --------------------- T-SHIRTS and MERCH: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/cartoonist-kayfabe --------------------- Connect with us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cartoonist.kayfabe/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CartoonKayfabe Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Cartoonist.Kayfabe Ed's Contact info: https://Patreon.com/edpiskor https://www.instagram.com/ed_piskor https://www.twitter.com/edpiskor https://www.amazon.com/Ed-Piskor/e/B00LDURW7A/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1 Jim's contact info: https://www.patreon.com/jimrugg https://www.jimrugg.com/shop https://www.instagram.com/jimruggart https://www.twitter.com/jimruggart https://www.amazon.com/Jim-Rugg/e/B0034Q8PH2/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1543440388&sr=1-2-ent

BCJ Podcast
Holy Grail BCJ Podcast 353 Navy

BCJ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 112:23


Chad Brendel and David Simone discuss the fallout of the UCF loss in terms of how and what this team can do to get better over the final third of the season before breaking down the Saturday meeting with Navy. Talk then turns to the new Big 12 TV deal and the Pete Thamel report that the conference has had talks with Gonzaga about future membership. All that and more on this week's episode.

Marketing Today with Alan Hart
336: The Importance of Winning Over Gen Z and Inspiring Action with DeNora Getachew, CEO of DoSomething.org

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 42:18


DeNora's experiences as a teenager quickly shaped how she viewed the world and her role in it. With a passion for civic engagement and empowering young people, DeNora found a home at DoSomething.org where she uses social understanding and data to inspire action. In this episode, Alan and DeNora discuss why brands should care about their social impact, how Gen Z is forcing companies to evolve, and the Holy Grail of marketing: how to get people to really buy into what we are promoting.     In this episode, you'll learn:  How DoSomething.org is fueling young people to change the world The “secret” to getting people to take action  The power of being intentional, honest, and centering social good Key Highlights  [01:20] The experience that solidified DeNora's interstate in civic engagement   [03:50] Denora's path to becoming CEO of DoSomething.org [10:20] How DoSomething is meeting the moment to transform the future [14:45] What do young people care about today and why [17:35] Young people have evolved beyond being influenced by the simple CTA [22:00] The impact DoSomething is driving by giving them tools  [24:15] The power of being intentional, honest, and centering social good [26:00] Why brands should care about their social impact [27:50] How the role of civic engagement has changed with today's workforce [28:30] Centering young people in the dialogue may help us find better solutions [31:40] The formative experiences and people that define DeNora [33:15] What is COVID Clarity? [34:00] DeNora's advice to her younger self [34:55] Marketers have to evolve to meet the upcoming generations  [36:30] Three things companies need to consider to stay relevant [38:20] Which brands are connecting the dots between their brand and consumer's concerns [40:10] Young people are the biggest opportunity AND biggest threat to marketers  Resources Mentioned:  DeNora Getachew  DoSomething.org  DoSomething.org Partners  DoSomething.org Scholarships  Brands of interest: Patagonia, Live Nation, Foot Locker, NBA – No Games on Election Day  Follow the podcast:  Listen in iTunes (link: http://apple.co/2dbdAhV)  Listen in Google Podcasts (link: http://bit.ly/2Rc2kVa)  Listen in Spotify (Link: http://spoti.fi/2mCUGnC)  Connect with the Guest:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/denora-getachew/  https://twitter.com/DeNoraGetachew   https://twitter.com/dosomething   Connect with Marketing Today and Alan Hart:  Twitter Alan B Hart - http://twitter.com/abhart  LinkedIn Alan  - https://www.linkedin.com/in/alanhart  Twitter Marketing Today - http://twitter.com/themktgtoday  Facebook Marketing Today - https://www.facebook.com/themktgtoday/  LinkedIn Marketing Today - https://www.linkedin.com/company/marketing-today-with-alan-hart/  Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/marketingtodaySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Loot Bros Podcast
Did I Just Find My Holy Grail Item In The Wild?

The Loot Bros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 21:39


On this special video recap of the October video game challenge between Residentdarrell and the Bearded Nerd, Darrell shows of the games he found and the eBay comps for each game. He also shows off the Holy Grail Item he found for his collection. Be sure to check out Ted's Collectibles on Etsy for great quality trading cards that show off you most precious trophies and achievements. Use the promo code "TheLootBros" for 10% off. tedscollectibles3 - Etsy teds-collectibles on eBay Teds C ollectibles (@tedscollectibles) • Instagram photos and videos GODFOE UNIVERSE (@godfoe_universe) • Instagram photos and videos Dan Evans (@dan.evans.godfoecomics) • Instagram photos and videos The Godfoe Universe: APOLLYON20XX (Physical) - Legacy Comix ***NEW MERCH AVAILIBLE!!!*** The Loot Bros | StoreFrontier™ linktree.com/lootbros linktree.com/residentdarrell linktree.com/ninjaloot Ebay Store: residentdarrell on eBay --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelootbrospodcast/support

The Loot Bros Podcast
Did I Just Find My Holy Grail Item In The Wild?

The Loot Bros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 18:56


On this special video recap of the October video game challenge between Residentdarrell and the Bearded Nerd, Darrell shows of the games he found and the eBay comps for each game. He also shows off the Holy Grail Item he found for his collection. Be sure to check out Ted's Collectibles on Etsy for great quality trading cards that show off you most precious trophies and achievements. Use the promo code "TheLootBros" for 10% off. tedscollectibles3 - Etsy teds-collectibles on eBay Teds C ollectibles (@tedscollectibles) • Instagram photos and videos GODFOE UNIVERSE (@godfoe_universe) • Instagram photos and videos Dan Evans (@dan.evans.godfoecomics) • Instagram photos and videos The Godfoe Universe: APOLLYON20XX (Physical) - Legacy Comix ***NEW MERCH AVAILIBLE!!!*** The Loot Bros | StoreFrontier™ linktree.com/lootbros linktree.com/residentdarrell linktree.com/ninjaloot Ebay Store: residentdarrell on eBay --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelootbrospodcast/support

The Waiting List Podcast
#126 “My holy grail is my daily beater and it's my go to piece”- Omar Traboulsi (@thewrongwrist), Collector

The Waiting List Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 100:42


In this episode we speak to Omar about what life was like before and after Lebanon, starting fresh in Hong Kong, and of course all things watches. 

The Loot Bros Podcast
Did I Just Find My Holy Grail Item In The Wild?

The Loot Bros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 21:39


On this special video recap of the October video game challenge between Residentdarrell and the Bearded Nerd, Darrell shows of the games he found and the eBay comps for each game. He also shows off the Holy Grail Item he found for his collection. Be sure to check out Ted's Collectibles on Etsy for great quality trading cards that show off you most precious trophies and achievements. Use the promo code "TheLootBros" for 10% off. tedscollectibles3 - Etsy teds-collectibles on eBay Teds C ollectibles (@tedscollectibles) • Instagram photos and videos GODFOE UNIVERSE (@godfoe_universe) • Instagram photos and videos Dan Evans (@dan.evans.godfoecomics) • Instagram photos and videos The Godfoe Universe: APOLLYON20XX (Physical) - Legacy Comix ***NEW MERCH AVAILIBLE!!!*** The Loot Bros | StoreFrontier™ linktree.com/lootbros linktree.com/residentdarrell linktree.com/ninjaloot Ebay Store: residentdarrell on eBay --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelootbrospodcast/support

The Loot Bros Podcast
Did I Just Find My Holy Grail Item In The Wild?

The Loot Bros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 18:56


On this special video recap of the October video game challenge between Residentdarrell and the Bearded Nerd, Darrell shows of the games he found and the eBay comps for each game. He also shows off the Holy Grail Item he found for his collection. Be sure to check out Ted's Collectibles on Etsy for great quality trading cards that show off you most precious trophies and achievements. Use the promo code "TheLootBros" for 10% off. tedscollectibles3 - Etsy teds-collectibles on eBay Teds C ollectibles (@tedscollectibles) • Instagram photos and videos GODFOE UNIVERSE (@godfoe_universe) • Instagram photos and videos Dan Evans (@dan.evans.godfoecomics) • Instagram photos and videos The Godfoe Universe: APOLLYON20XX (Physical) - Legacy Comix ***NEW MERCH AVAILIBLE!!!*** The Loot Bros | StoreFrontier™ linktree.com/lootbros linktree.com/residentdarrell linktree.com/ninjaloot Ebay Store: residentdarrell on eBay --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelootbrospodcast/support