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The Daily Article
Will Howard Stern run for president?

The Daily Article

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 7:59


Howard Stern is considering a presidential bid and says his platform will have only two goals: to amend the Electoral College and to add five more Supreme Court justices. In The Daily Article for June 30, 2022, Dr. Jim Denison covers why Stern wants to run for the presidency, an article by sports journalist Jemele Hill on why she chose to have an abortion, and another article by Anglican priest Tish Harrison Warren on the myth of "bodily autonomy." Author: Dr. Jim Denison Narrator: Chris Elkins Subscribe: http://www.denisonforum.org/subscribe

Bernie and Sid
Stern for President | 06-29-22

Bernie and Sid

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 181:26


On this Wednesday edition of Bernie & Sid in the Morning, Sid goes solo and takes on all the day's biggest stories, including Lee Zeldin winning the primary election yesterday and the right to represent the Republican Party up against incumbent Kathy Hochul come November's big day. Also, 51 dead migrants are found in a semi-truck in Texas and the Democrats are acting like nothing happened, AOC gets labeled by Megyn Kelly as the "Kardashian in Congress," drug traffickers caught with 150,000 fentanyl pills at the border are almost immediately released, the January 6th Committee's star witness in Cassidy Hutchinson spent yesterday lying to the American people about former President Trump's alleged temper tantrums on January 6th, and Howard Stern announces that he might have to run for President in 2024. Former Congressman Peter King, Joe Pinion, and Pat McEnroe join the program, and as always don't miss out on Lidia Reports or another special "Beat Sid" edition of The Peerless Boilers Beat Bernie Contest. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Liberty Roundtable Podcast
Radio Show Hour 2 – 06/29/2022

Liberty Roundtable Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 54:49


* Howard Stern voiced his displeasure with the Supreme Court choosing to overturn Roe v. Wade. "I'm actually going to probably have to run for president now," Stern, 68, told listeners, according to The Hill. * Stern is not a fan of the Electoral College system - "I'm going to do the very simple thing that'll set the country straight. One vote, one person. No more Electoral College. I'm getting rid of it. * Michael Stenger, who was the United States Senate sergeant at arms who oversaw January 6 found dead! * Stenger resigned from his duties as Sergeant-at-Arms a day after Jan. 6, 2021. * During a February 2021 hearing with the Senate Homeland Security Committee, Stenger had called for the investigation of the role of “professional agitators” during the incursion, Daily Mail reported. - “Investigations should be considered as to funding and travel of what appears to be professional agitators,” Stenger said. * Guest: Dennis Leavitt, President of United We Pledge - UnitedWePledge.org * Celebrating our Freedom, Family, & Faith - “United We Pledge is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan, nondenominational foundation established to celebrate our shared responsibility and allegiance to the traditional American values. * United We Pledge's goal for the Liberty Village in Hurricane, UT is to restore patriotism in the youth and citizens through educational programs.

Gründungsgeflüster
Laut Flüstern mit ot ku'thür: So gelingt Krisenmanagement in Startup

Gründungsgeflüster

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 42:03


Dass man als Unternehmen irgendwann mal in eine Krise gerät, ist sehr wahrscheinlich. Da sich insbesondere Skandale und negativ behaftete Geschichten in der heutigen Welt schnell verbreiten, muss man auf eine Krise als Unternehmen auch schnell reagieren können, um den Ruf sowie die Zukunft des Unternehmens zu sichern.  ot ku'thür, das nachhaltige Modelabel aus Thüringen, […]

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
How to cover a historic sports team — and the media future of Formula One in the United States: A conversation with baseball writer Lindsey Adler of The Athletic and Sports Business Journal motorsports and combat sports reporter Adam Stern

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 84:02


Episode 217 of the Sports Media Podcast features two guests. First up is Lindsey Adler, a senior writer for The Athletic covering the New York Yankees. She is followed by Sports Business Journal motorsports and combat sports reporter Adam Stern. In this podcast, Adler discusses what it's like covering a team that has the potential to make sports history; if there is pressure on covering a team like the Yankees because every game has magnitude; whether people are more interested in reading about a winning team; how winning impacts things for reporters such as subscriptions and page views; the competitiveness of the Yankees beat; how front office people and players look at where she works versus other publications; how access has been this year and the difference from last year; women covering baseball who are under-35; the influences of Suzyn Waldman and Sweeny Murti for her; whether MLB will or should make a statement on the Roe decision and more. Stern discusses why F1 has agreed to renew its rights deal with ESPN through 2025; why Amazon and Comcast executives and Netflix did not get the product; how ESPN will advance the product in the future; what F1's growth potential is in the U.S.; the importance of a U.S. driver to the growth; the importance of races being on linear television; the explosion of F1 podcasts; where he sees NASCAR's viewership heading forward; whether a Drive To Survive show for IndyCar can move the needle, and more. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Geldschnurrbart - Finanziell unabhängiger und Spaß dabei
#93 Online-Einnahmen: 17.339€ im April 2022 & STEPN App & NFT Kauf

Geldschnurrbart - Finanziell unabhängiger und Spaß dabei

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 15:33


Aktienmarkt down, Krypto down... und jetzt? Keine Panik, gehört dazu. Fokussieren wir uns auf die aktiven Cashflowströme, die wir jetzt aufbauen können. Im April haben die Teilnehmer meines Website Business Bootcamps ihre ersten Website online gebracht. Wir haben die Beta-Version des Altcoin Reserach Tools Moonerradar gelaunched. Im Moonerradar kam ich auf die STEPN App, mit ich heute für 20 Minuten joggen 65€ verdient habe :) Dort habe ich mir neue Sneaker NFTs gekauft. Monetaz App erreichte die 10.000 Nutzermarke, die nun alle über ihre Finanzen Bescheid wissen. Auf Youtube habe ich das 100. Video hochgeladen. Viel Spaß mit dem Monatsabschluss April!

The Accidental Entrepreneur
Peter Stern - Mr Jeff Laundry

The Accidental Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 59:32


Peter Stern joined Mr Jeff in 2021 as the new Managing Director of Mr Jeff in the U.S. Anchored with more than 20 years of experience in the laundromat industry. Peter Stern joined the Mr Jeff team bringing 20 years of multi-faceted industry expertise including store operations, finance, business development and innovation. Prior to joining Mr Jeff, Stern was the SVP of Laundry Capital and Managing Director of Clean Ventures and he was owner/operator for many years of Great American Laundromat, one of the highest grossing laundromats in the NY Metro located in the Bronx. Early in his career, Peter worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers on their Financial Advisory Services team, specializing in forensic accounting, fraud investigations and post-acquisition dispute analysis. Additionally, Peter then worked in commodities trading at International Specialty Chemicals, specializing in procuring rare raw materials for large Pharma and Bio-tech (Roche, Bristol-Meyers Squibb, Eisai) clinical trials through overseas contract manufacturing agreements. Later, Peter led product and business development for a video-auditing and AI company called Arrowsight, where he worked with companies like McDonald's utilizing video to analyze key operational performance metrics providing immediate feedback to front-line and executive management. In addition to listening to the episode, you can watch a video of their discussion on our YouTube Channel.  And be sure to subscribe to support the podcast! For general information about the podcast, send an email to info@beinhakerlaw.com To follow Mitch and the podcast, go to linktr.ee/beinhakerlaw. You can subscribe and listen to episodes on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify and most other directories. Please review us whenever possible and thanks for your continued support! Sponsorships and paid guest appearances are available. Connect with us by email or on social media. The Accidental Entrepreneur is brought to you by Beinhaker Law, a boutique business & estates legal practice in Clark, NJ. To learn about shared outside general counsel services and how to better protect your business, visit https://beinhakerlaw.com/fractional-gen-counsel/ Please support our affiliate sponsors (https://beinhakerlaw.com/podcast-affiliates/). Also, support the show and get your own podcast merch! (https://beinhakerlaw.com/podcast-store/) One of One Productions - a New Jersey-based studio, just over the George Washington bridge, that caters to the booming business of podcasting. Be sure to check out the guesting kit that they've created exclusively for our listeners! https://one-of-one-productions.myshopify.com/products/mitchell-beinhakers-guesting-kit North Authentic - NorthAuthentic.com is a conscious hair care marketplace offering the cleanest brands from around the world. Their pro stylists curate only the most fabulous non-toxic hair products. Use our affiliate link for all your purchases! https://shrsl.com/38heu The Healthy Place - Findyourhealthyplace.com has thousands of supplements to help you live a better quality of life; as well as natural solutions for chronic pain, stress, anxiety, depression, sleep and much, much more. Need guidance? Use their Live Chat feature and talk to a Wellness Consultant right on their website. The Accidental Entrepreneur is a trademark of Mitchell C. Beinhaker. Copyright 2018-2022. All rights reserved.

Tests and the Rest: College Admissions Industry Podcast
349. FITTING IN AND STANDING OUT

Tests and the Rest: College Admissions Industry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 24:05


The most selective schools and academic programs seem to set an impossible standard for applicants: be as perfect in all ways possible as everyone else but somehow also be even better in at least some ways. Amy and Mike asked educational consultant Linda Abraham to describe the delicate dance of fitting in and standing out. What are five things you will learn in this episode? What is the paradox at the heart of admissions? How do you show you fit in at the school of your choice? What does authenticity mean in the context of admissions? How do you stand out from the rest of the applicant school? What roles do deeds, identity, and ideas play in this process? MEET OUR GUEST Linda Abraham is the founder of Accepted and has over two decades experience helping clients get admitted to top medical, law, business and graduate schools. She is also the host of the top-rated Admissions Straight Talk podcast. Linda began helping applicants develop successful admissions strategies and craft distinctive essays in 1994. In addition to advising clients and managing Accepted, she has written and presented extensively on admissions. She also was the co-founder and first president of the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants. Accepted's clients have been accepted to top professional schools throughout the country including, Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, Columbia, Kellogg, MIT, Darden, Stern, Michigan, Chicago, INSEAD, LBS and Anderson Business Schools; Harvard, Yale, Stanford, University of Chicago, Columbia, and Boalt Law Schools; and UCSF, UCLA, George Washington, Tulane, NYU, University of Wisconsin, and Tufts Medical Schools. The Wall St. Journal, The New York Times, The Sunday Times of London, Bloomberg Businessweek, US News and CBS News are among the media outlets that have sought Linda's expertise in admissions. Business Insider in March named Linda one of “9 MBA consultants, coaches, and admissions experts to know if you want to get into a top business school.” Linda previously appeared on this podcast in episode 223 to discuss Getting Ready For Graduate School. Find Linda at https://www.accepted.com/. LINKS Fitting In And Standing Out: The Paradox At The Heart Of Admissions Standing Out By Showing You Have a Unique Perspective [Fitting in & Standing Out] Admissions Straight Talk RELATED EPISODES PSYCHOGRAPHICS IN COLLEGE ADMISSIONS TRANSPARENCY IN COLLEGE ADMISSIONS TABOO ESSAY TOPICS ABOUT THIS PODCAST Tests and the Rest is THE college admissions industry podcast. Explore all of our episodes on the show page. ABOUT YOUR HOSTS Mike Bergin is the president of Chariot Learning and founder of TestBright. Amy Seeley is the president of Seeley Test Pros. If you're interested in working with Mike and/or Amy for test preparation, training, or consulting, feel free to get in touch through our contact page.  

Radikal glücklich mit Silja
#174: Tracy Keough on high frequency living

Radikal glücklich mit Silja

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 61:26


Tracy Keough habe ich intuitiv gefunden. Ich wusste nicht, dass sie mir guttun würde, bis ich über ihren Namen gestolpert bin. Was dann folgte, waren bisher drei intensive Energy Clearing Sessions, in denen ich noch einmal anders auf meine Muster schauen durfte und vieles sehr viel klarer geworden ist. Zeit also, diese tolle Frau in den Podcast zu holen. Wir sprechen in dieser Folge über ihren Weg und wie sie begonnen hat mit Energien zu arbeiten. Ihre Mission ist es, anderen dabei zu helfen zu 100% im eigenen Körper zu sein und in vollem Einklang mit der eigenen Energie, dem wahren Selbst. Was ein gutes Ziel und hierzu gibt sie jede Menge konkrete Tipps. Im Gespräch teilt sie zum Beispiel, woran wir erkennen, dass wir fremde Energien aufgenommen haben und was wir dann tun können. Außerdem machen wir einen kleinen Abstecher in die Engel-Ecke, denn hier kenn ich mich bisher nicht gut aus. Tracy teilt mit uns ihre eigene Routine und woran sie erkennt, ob ihre innere Stimme oder ihr Ego spricht. Sehr spannend! Wenn du mehr von Tracy lesen willst, schau dir Instagramkanal an und unbedingt ihre Webseite. Unser Gespräch kannst du auch als Video auf youtube anschauen. Du findest die wichtigsten Inhalte unseres Gesprächs auch auf Deutsch im Blogpost zur Folge (#174). www.gluecksplanet.com . Hier kannst du auch Gedanken im Kommentar teilen – ich freu mich von dir zu lesen. Außerdem freu ich mich riesig über jeden Spotify und itunes Stern, jede Rezension, jeden Kommentar, jede Werbung oder Weiterleitung. Danke fürs hiersein! Von Herzen viel Freude, Silja PS: Sollten dich die ätherischen Öle interessieren: Mein „Chakren stärken mit ätherischen Ölen“ Webinar findet am 28.6. um 19 Uhr statt. Melde dich hier an, um dabei zu sein (natürlich gibt es eine Aufzeichnung, die du immer wieder anschauen kannst). Für die Arbeit mit ätherischen Ölen. Lies dir hier alles durch und schnapp dir dein Starterkit. Solltest du am 28.7 um 20:30h beim Energie-Upgrade - Kennenlern -Abend dabei sein wollen, schick mir eine Email an silja@siljamahlow.de

Add To Cart
CHECKOUT Becca Stern from Mustard Made | #199

Add To Cart

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 6:22


In this episode of Add To Cart, we checkout Becca Stern, the Co-founder of Mustard Made, the place to go for stylish, functional lockers. Yes, you heard me right, lockers…the essential high school backdrop in American coming of age movies. Becca's lockers have evolved into a range of shapes, sizes and colours…mustard being one of them of course. Back in the day, Becca had a habit of rescuing vintage lockers she spotted on the side of the road. This locker passion grew and grew and when Becca succeeded in convincing her sister to get in on the business, there was no stopping them. Now a multimillion dollar company, selling in Australia, the UK and US, Mustard Made is well and truly…well, made. Links from the episode:Who Gives A CrapCommon CircusA Book About Innocent by Dan GermainLocker Love: The Mustard Made Story | #173Questions answered in the podcast:What is the weirdest thing you've ever bought online? Who is your favourite retailer? Which retail fad do you wish was history?Can you recommend a book or podcast that our listeners should immediately get into? Finish this sentence. The future of retail is… This episode was brought to you by…eSuiteAbout your co-host: Becca Stern from Mustard MadeBecca is one half of Mustard Made and a mum to three boys. She is originally from London but now lives in Newcastle here in Australia. Mustard was born from the dream to work with her sister Jess and a need for really good storage for her home. The obsession with lockers and the style are inspired by her love for vintage furniture. She loves working for herself as it means she gets to do so many different things and that really suits her as a person.You can contact Becca at Mustard MadeAbout your host: Nathan Bush from eSuite Nathan Bush is a digital strategist, Co-founder of eCommerce talent agency, eSuite and host of the Add to Cart podcast. He has led eCommerce for businesses with revenue $100m+ and has been recognised as one of Australia's Top 50 People in eCommerce four years in a row. You can contact Nathan on LinkedIn, Twitter or via email.Please contact us if you: Want to come on board as an Add To Cart sponsor Are interested in joining Add To Cart as a co-host Have any feedback or suggestions on how to make Add To Cart betterEmail hello@addtocart.com.au We look forward to hearing from you! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

What's Cookin' Today on CRN
Creating A Safe Workplace In A Dangerous World, National Cancer Survivors Month

What's Cookin' Today on CRN

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022


The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
STERN WARNING FOR ADA HOLDERS (Cardano Community Goes Rogue)

The Bitboy Crypto Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 27:44


In this video, we will discuss the price of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and the top altcoins. We'll take a look at the cryptocurrency markets and the latest crypto news.

The Adam Ferrara Podcast
EP 165 Comedian Devin Siebold

The Adam Ferrara Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 62:04


The crew discusses the importance of being able to pivot. Adam is conditioning Phil not to use the word bizarre. Comedian Devin Siebold stops by and tells us about getting fired in the classroom, learning about the street hustle from his students and headlining the board teachers comedy tour. Stern's mother was a librarian and she treated her students like her own kids. Marc is annoyed he had to compete with them. T Shirt Links https://bit.ly/3rj7fXU LINK TO ADAM'S YOU TUBE SPECIAL https://800PGR.lnk.to/ItsScaryInHereYTID ADAM'S TICKET LINK https://linktr.ee/AdamFerrara Please consider supporting the good people who support us. Thanks for all the love! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit  Megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Studio 9 - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Stern- statt Nannen-Preis - Interimslösung nach Antisemitismus-Debatte

Studio 9 - Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 4:46


Schröder, Axelwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Studio 9Direkter Link zur Audiodatei

stern preis statt sung schr antisemitismus debatte
Let's Cover That
#8 - Denise Stern, Founder & CEO at Let Mommy Sleep

Let's Cover That

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 14:42


Our guest: Denise Stern, Founder & CEO at Let Mommy SleepIn this episode we discuss:  Stern's background and her role in healthcare. Gaps Stern has noticed in her particular sector How Stern decided it was time to take initiative and find an innovative way to fill that gap The background of Let Mommy Sleep, how far it's come, and where Stern sees it going One thing Stern would fix in the healthcare industry today Sponsored by: CM&F Group (www.cmfgroup.com)To learn more about Let Mommy Sleep please use the link below:- Website - LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter

What's Cookin' Today on CRN
The Affordable Wine Report, Important Findings From The Men's Health Survey, Grilling Tips And Tricks

What's Cookin' Today on CRN

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022


Büchermarkt - Deutschlandfunk
Marie-Luise Flammersfeld zu "Einem Stern folgen, nur dieses...- Egon Ammann..."

Büchermarkt - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 10:33


Hueck, Carstenwww.deutschlandfunk.de, BüchermarktDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

The HorrorBabble Podcast
”The Way Home” / A Rare Weird Tale by Paul Frederick Stern

The HorrorBabble Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 37:08


"The Way Home" is a short story by the obscure author, Paul Frederick Stern. In the author's only published work, we learn of a man suffering from amnesia, wandering a city street after dark, soaked to the skin, searching for answers… First published in Weird Tales, November 1935.

What's Cookin' Today on CRN
Tips For A Healthy Summer, How to Stay Connected in Extreme Weather, Why Denver Is A Great Place To Visit This Summer

What's Cookin' Today on CRN

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022


Die Zukunftsmobilisten!
Die Zukunftsmobilisten: Nr. 174 Prof. Dr. Malte Ackermann (Mobility as a Service)

Die Zukunftsmobilisten!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 55:01


Von Jürgen Vagt 20.06.22 Heute begrüßte ich Prof. Dr. Malte Ackermann und ich sprach mit dem Professor der Hochschule in Nürtlingen über sein Forschungs - und Lehrgebiet: Mobility as a service. Am Anfang haben wir die Geschichte der Zukunftsmobilität aufbereitet und da sprach Prof. Dr. Malte Ackermann über verschiedene Konzernprojekte in den frühen 2010er Jahren. Da kamen die Begriffe wie Moovel und cartogo und diese großen Versuche der deutschen Autohersteller gab es schon 2011 und 2012. Damals waren die Technologien spektakulär, allerdings sind diese frühen Ansätze nicht zu funktionierenden Unternehmen geworden und gehören heute im Jahr 2022 nicht mehr zu den Konzernen. Prof. Dr. Malte Ackermann war auch nicht überrascht, dass die großen E-Scooter Sharing Unternehmen als Start-up angefangen haben und heute Milliardenunternehmen sind. Technisch vielversprechend, aber unternehmerisch gescheitert, so könnte man das Thema der Innovationen der etablierten Unternehmen der Automobilindustrie zusammenfassen. Besonders hervorzuheben sollte man nach Prof. Dr. Malte Ackermann Daimler, denn der Stern der deutschen Automobilindustrie hat in den Jahren der Corona-Pandemie die New Mobility-Aktivitäten verkauft und man setzt in Sindelfingen nur noch auf Luxus-Fahrzeuge. Der Weg zu einer Mobilitäts-App In der Fachwelt kursiert schon lange die Version, dass die Mobilität über eine App organi-siert wird. Auf der Strecke von Nürtlingen nach Berlin werden fünf oder sechs Optionen von Sharing-Roller, Bahn, Taxi und autonome Shuttle genutzt und die App bündelt diese Teilstrecken und gibt dem Nutzer eine Abrechnung. Schlagwortartig würde man sagen, dass es in der Zukunft ein Amazon der Mobilität geben wird. Laut Prof. Dr. Malte Acker-mann stimmt die Version vielleicht noch, aber diese Mobilitätsapps werden sich auf ein-zelne Städte konzentrieren. Diese Entwicklung wird sich wahrscheinlich auf die 10 – 15 größten deutschen Städte beschränken wird, aber hier sind die Städte gefragt einen rechtlichen Rahmen aufzubauen. Die Städte müssen definieren, welche Regeln gelten sollen und wie die Mobilität von Behinderten organisiert werden soll.

MZNOW with Michael Zavala
Best of MZ – 6.21.22

MZNOW with Michael Zavala

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 30:13


Jamie "interviews" comedian, Jerry Lewis (2020). Michael interviews Christel Khalil and it all goes wrong (2006). Jamie the Tattoo Guy tries to remember the names of the characters on the The Walking Dead (2016).

What's Cookin' Today on CRN
June 23 Is National Hydration Day, History And Stories Of The Classic American Soda Fountain

What's Cookin' Today on CRN

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022


Fascination Street
Chuck Shute - Podcaster (The Chuck Shute Podcast)

Fascination Street

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 60:00


Chuck ShuteTake a walk with me down Fascination Street as I get to know podcaster Chuck Shute. Chuck is the host of the Chuck Shute Podcast, which features a variety of guests. Everything from world famous music legends, hilarious comedians, ex-Navy Seals, celebrity fitness trainers, and TV & movie stars! In this episode we chat about his career in education, and what made him leave that field to start a podcast. We discuss some of the mutual guests that we have both had on our respective shows, and how our interview styles differ. Then we get into what his hopes for the future of his show are, and the steps he is taking to ensure that it happens. You can find The Chuck Shute Podcast on Apple, Spotify, everywhere you get podcasts.Be sure to check out his show on YouTube as well.Follow Chuck on social media:Twit: @ChuckShuteInsta: @ChuckShute / @ChuckShutePodcast

How Long Gone
358. - Perry Farrell

How Long Gone

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 73:17


Perry Farrell is a lifelong musician most notably from Jane's Addiction, Porno For Pyro's, and the founder of Lollapalooza. We chat about the new Drake album, Chris is on holiday in Palm Springs, TJ went to Benny Blanco's for dinner, getting a nice tomahawk for father's day, sleeping pills, set up a garden on the roof, we brainstorm ideas for his funky man cave, Perry has a Christmas tree in his living room so he can have a place to put all his wife's packages, he doesn't strike us as a “dairy” guy, running into Chris Cornell at Kid's R' Us in Culver City, we explore the Jah-like characteristics of vinyl, I just find it funny when people are driving around blasting techno, his relationship with Billy Corgan, giving WWE a makeover, and what it's like going on Stern. instagram.com/perryfarrellofficial twitter.com/donetodeath twitter.com/themjeans --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howlonggone/support

Backbox Pinball Podcast
May was the worst

Backbox Pinball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 64:45


We are back y'all! We missed you SO MUCH! We talk about the amazing new hires at Stern and NPR #teamladybosses Then we get a bit personal - more us, less pinball (19:00 - 45:00) Also, are Lobster Rolls the Tamales of the North? Trigger Warning: Violence, Uvalde Shooting, divorce Links: Get you Knives sharpened here: www.districtcutlery.com A list of ways to help and donate to the Uvalde Community: https://www.npr.org/2022/05/25/1101161673/how-to-help-uvalde-school-shooting PINTASTIC!!!! https://pintasticnewengland.com/

What's Cookin' Today on CRN
Vincent Winery, Tips On How To Talk To Your Grad About Money

What's Cookin' Today on CRN

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022


Hart Unfair
Lästern mit Prof Dr Ravenclaw

Hart Unfair

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 60:34


In dieser Folge sind wir wegen Krankheit nur zu zweit und beschließen mal eine Pause von den harten journalistischen Schlagzeilen und Hiobsbotschaften dieser Tage zu nehmen. In dieser Podcast-gewordenen Achtsamkeitsübung gehts um das Thema Lästern: Wer lästert gerne? Ist es fies? Wie geht gutes Lästern? Ist lästern Selfcare? Ab wann ist lästern toxisch und woher kommt der Mythos, dass angeblich nur Frauen lästern? Danach machen wir uns lustig über erwachsene Harry Potter Fans und nehmen Fandoms auseinander. Nicht weil sie es verdient haben, sondern weil wir gemein sind und unsere Aggressionen loswerden müssen. Garniert wird diese Folge, die als entschleunigte Atempause cosplayt wie immer von hervorragenden Covid Entertainment Tipps.

Radikal glücklich mit Silja
#173: Der Zyklus des Heilens

Radikal glücklich mit Silja

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 24:06


Manchmal denke ich: Jetzt habe ichs! Und einen Moment lang schwappt durch mich ein verwegenes Gefühl der Überlegenheit vor meinem jüngeren Selbst. Die Probleme und emotionalen Themen, die ich mal hatte, habe ich hinter mir – denke ich. Bis ein neuer Zyklus des Heilens beginnt und irgendwann die Erkenntnis in mir wächst: Eventuell bin ich nie „fertig“? Wo wir dabei wären, was „fertig“ eigentlich bedeutet und warum es so wichtig ist, irgendwann das größere Thema des eigenen Weges zu begreifen. Worauf du achten kannst, was normal ist und welche Zyklen wir durchlaufen – darum geht es heute. Wie immer kannst du deine Gedanken zur Folge gerne als Kommentar unter dem Blogpost (#173) auf www.gluecksplanet.com teilen. Dort findest du auch andere Posts, die diesen ergänzen verlinkt.  Natürlich freu ich mich riesig über jeden Spotify und itunes Stern, jede Rezension, jeden Kommentar, jede Werbung oder Weiterleitung. Danke! Schön, dass du hier bist.  Bis ganz bald, Silja PS: In dieser Folge werbe ich: Für meinen fabelhaften Sponsor Braineffect und das Daily Gut Zitrone. Ich liebe es, das morgens in mein Zitronenwasser zu mixen. Tut gut. Mit dem Code SILJA15 bekommst du 15 % auf alle Bundles. (Du kannst Einzelprodukte noch immer mit dem Code SILJA20 einkaufen und bekommst 20% auf alle Einzelprodukte). Klick einfach hier um dich zu versorgen. Für das „Chakren stärken mit ätherischen Ölen“ Webinar am 28.6. um 19 Uhr. Melde dich hier an, um dabei zu sein (natürlich gibt es eine Aufzeichnung, die du immer wieder anschauen kannst).  Für die Arbeit mit ätherischen Ölen. Lies dir hier alles durch und schnapp dir dein Starterkit. Solltest du am 24.5. beim Kennenlern -Abend dabei sein wollen, schick mir eine Email an silja@siljamahlow.de

Game Day
Natey Adjei on Harris' debut, how the Argos bolstered their defence & Stern's brash comments

Game Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 8:39


TSN Argos and Raptors Commentator Natey Adjei joins Game Play to tee up the Argos' season opener against the Alouettes tonight. Adjei shares his thoughts on how the Argos were able to bolster their defence this past off-season, what to expect from Andrew Harris as he gets set to make his Argos' debut, what to make of Alouettes owner Gary Stern saying Montreal will 'kill' Toronto tonight, and more.

What's Cookin' Today on CRN
How Nissan is Promoting Diversity in Communities, Summer Meal Prep & Grilling Tips

What's Cookin' Today on CRN

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


What's Working in Washington
What's Working in Washington - Ep 439 - A Tale of Two Startups - Bettina Stern & Greg Vetter

What's Working in Washington

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 28:11


This week's episode is a special mashup of two guests with exceptional success stories, Bettina Stern and Greg Vetter. They're both founders of their own fresh food startups, and really know what it takes to succeed in the food industry. Listen in for the "best of" each of their conversations with Mark, connected by their shared vision of delivering high-quality, fresh food to customers in D.C. and beyond.

SBS Hebrew - אס בי אס בעברית
Terry Stern OAM, a well-known litigator, specialist in Personal Injury Law, had been recognized for service to the law, through legal societies

SBS Hebrew - אס בי אס בעברית

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 8:54


Terry Stern OAM, a  well-known litigator, specialist in Personal Injury Law, had been recognized for service to the law, through legal societies

Strange Country
Strange Country Ep. 230: Biosphere 2

Strange Country

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 53:38


Could we actually replicate the biomes of Earth on other planets? In September 1991, eight intrepid explorers entered Biosphere 2 in the Arizona desert to spend two years seeing if humans could sustain life in the same way biosphere 1, the Earth, does. And it wasn't so great, unless you're heavily into mites, cockroaches, Steve Bannon and pot-bellied pigs. Strange Country cohosts Beth and Kelly discuss this failed experiment and why it might more sense to fix this planet than try to ruin other ones. Theme music: Big White Lie by A Cast of Thousands Cite your sources: Bruck, C. (2017, May 1). How Hollywood remembers Steve Bannon. The New Yorker. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/05/01/how-hollywood-remembers-steve-bannon Cooper, M. (1991, April 2). Take this terrarium and shove it. Village Voice. http://www.science-bbs.com/184-skeptic/fde8be2039817870.htm Dewdney, A. Kee. Yes, We Have No Neutrons: An Eye-opening Tour through the Twists and Turns of Bad Science. New York City, Wiley, 1997. Reider, Rebecca. Dreaming the Biosphere: The Theater of All Possibilities, Albuquerque, U of  New Mexico  P, 2010 Report Urges Biosphere 2 to Spend More Time on Science to Succeed. (1992, July 26). New York Times. https://link-gale-cay.orc.scoolaid.net/apps/doc/A174904647/STND?u=nysl_sc_ahs&sid=bookmark-STND&xid=f39c5a28. Rose, Steve. "Eight go mad in Arizona: How a lockdown experiment went horribly wrong." Guardian. The Guardian, www.theguardian.com/film/2020/jul/13/spaceship-earth-arizona-biosphere-2-lockdown. Accessed 13 June 2022. Science beyond reproach. (2001, September 26). Arizona Daily Star [Tucson, AZ], B1. https://link.gale.com/apps/doc/A80229662/STND?u=nysl_sc_flls&sid=bookmark-STND&xid=276e0926 Spaceship Earth, directed by Matt Wolf, Neon, 2020. Stern, E. (1996, May 30) Project had a ‘secret' cult. Tucson Citizen. http://tucsoncitizen.com/morgue2/1996/05/30/113-project-had-secret-cult/ Wylie, I. (2001, May 5). Play your part in the Big Brother house: Win four months at the Biosphere 2 project. Guardian [London, England], 8. https://link-gale-cay.orc.scoolaid.net/apps/doc/A74296697/AONE?u=nysl_sc_ahs&sid=bookmark-AONE&xid=453bcf7a Zimmer, Carl. "The Lost History of One of the World's Strangest Science Experiment." The New York Times, 29 Mar. 2019, www.nytimes.com/2019/03/29/sunday-review/biosphere-2-climate-change.html. Accessed 13 June 2022.

BMitch & Finlay
More Faith in Offense or Defense?, Marc Stern, US Open Draft

BMitch & Finlay

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 36:59


Hour 3 - 00:00 - Do you have more faith in the Commanders offense or defense? 16:44 - Marc Stern from Capitol Hoops 31:08 - BMitch and Finlay 2nd Annual US Open Draft

BMitch & Finlay
Capitol Hoops President Marc Stern

BMitch & Finlay

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 14:32


Marc Stern on local high school basketball

What's Cookin' Today on CRN
The Affordable Wine Report, How To Keep Your Pet Safe This Summer, Why And How Businesses Need To Get Faster

What's Cookin' Today on CRN

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022


Die Boss - Macht ist weiblich
Abir Haddad, Juristin und Legal Futurist

Die Boss - Macht ist weiblich

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 47:53


"Die Boss" wird grün: Mit dieser Folge startet das dreiteilige Klima-Special des stern-Podcasts. Multiaufsichtsrätin Simone Menne trifft auf Spitzenfrauen, die ihre Macht für den Kampf gegen die Klimakrise einsetzen.Die Juristin Abir Haddad ist eine Vordenkerin auf ganzer Linie: Als "Legal Futurist" möchte sie dafür sorgen, dass unsere Gesetze zukunftsfähig werden - vor allem zum Wohle des Klimas und kommender Generationen.Eine Produktion der Audio AllianceGastgeberin: Simone MenneRedaktion: Sarah Stendel, Sarah KlößerMitarbeit: Franziska VollstedtProduktion: Aleksandra Zebisch+++ Unsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://art19.com/privacy. Die Datenschutzrichtlinien für Kalifornien sind unter https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info abrufbar.

WRITERS IN TECH
Why Technical Writers Need To Build Bridges with Paula Stern @WritePoint Ltd

WRITERS IN TECH

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 42:51


The first thing that springs to mind when we think of technical writing is usually documentation: Manuals, instructions, user guides, online help, and knowledge bases.Paula explains that technical writers' responsibilities go way beyond writing. Being a tech writer includes interacting with people at all levels. Today's tech writers need to focus on user needs, just like any UX professional. It's no longer enough to write about the product, tech writers have to address what the users want to do with the product. Tune in to learn about:How technical writing has evolved as a professionThe difference – and common ground – between UX and tech writingWhat UX writers can learn from tech writersAbout PaulaPaula Stern is the CEO of WritePoint Ltd, a company that offers technical writing services and training. She also runs the annual MEGAComm conference and is involved in the tech writing communities Techshoret and tekom Europe.LinksFollow Paula on LinkedInWritePoint LtdMEGAcommTechshorettekom EuropeTry our free UX writing course

The Bledsoe Show
What Matters Most

The Bledsoe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 79:26


00:01.12 Max Shank Here's the deal. So there's a perfect, no intro this we're just here now you're here we're here I'm here you're here. We're all here the official show but this is for just the like inner club. But anyway I was going to say a case study. 00:02.60 mikebledsoe It's the first one. 00:16.94 mikebledsoe We'll do the intro when we start the official show. 00:35.54 Max Shank On viewer engagement. One of the best I've ever seen was this Youtube channel called Ants Canada okay I think it's like a filipino dude. It's some asian guy who has this Youtube channel called Ants Canada and every fucking film. 00:51.20 mikebledsoe Ahead. 01:14.58 Max Shank Is about ants and ant colonies and he sells ant gear but basically he has this membership that he calls the Ac senate right? and so he basically has people pay to have a say in all kinds of weird stuff like. What are we gonna do with this new colony. What are we gonna name this thing and he gives them like preferential voting rights for what happens in the community. It's so crazy. How ah how much this guy connects with the audience. And's so it's a weird stuff ah because ants and ant colonies are pretty weird but talk about a case study for how to engage with an audience. This guy is dialed ants Canada case study ants st ants canada is a case study for. 02:57.28 mikebledsoe Aunts Canada alright. 03:07.76 Max Shank How to engage with your audience on multiple levels. He sells physical products. He has basically ah a membership where you get called? yeah like ants like the bug the insect. Yeah exactly it's incredible. 03:28.28 mikebledsoe It's a and TS like like the like the insect to podcast. 03:46.40 Max Shank No, it's video series Youtube thing. It's not a podcast but he sells ant colony plastic molded parts to people. He also has this this. It's the weirdest thing I've ever heard of like you would wonder like why is it that people would pay to get to make decisions but he has positioned the joy of naming a new ant colony or deciding what to do. In this like new video series as good as Tom Sawyer ah portraying the benefits of whitewashing offense. He's like wouldn't you guys like to make this decision for him like they are driving his content and paying to drive the content. It's. 05:30.86 mikebledsoe It's really I mean it's as Facebook Twitter you know create the platform. Yeah create the platform and just let them let the let the people be the product was that the people will create the product. They'll be the product. 05:32.38 Max Shank It's unbelievable Youtube oh my god what an acquisition. 06:02.50 mikebledsoe And then you just sell advertising. 06:08.32 Max Shank It's like ah what they did with was it Hong Kong or Singapore can't I remember 1 of them. It's like the guy's name was Lee coshing you ever hear that guy. Ah. 06:30.90 mikebledsoe E. 06:41.24 Max Shank Rikash xing Hong Kong business magnate none richest guy in the world. His whole thing. He just like built up. Ah let's see hold on. I don't know his whole thing was about owning the port that that was the that was the ah whole story. Basically. 07:24.20 mikebledsoe Ah, yeah, it's kind of like the the gold rush. The people who made the most money were the ones selling the shovels I think that's where maybe Levi's came from the blue jeans is yeah I'm not 100% sure on this but I I think that ah that. 07:38.16 Max Shank Right. Um, leave eyes. 08:03.32 mikebledsoe That denim company or maybe another denim company Levi's make sense though. Ah made their fortune and their start by selling denim clothing to miners. It's really durable. 08:25.20 Max Shank Like little kids or like go look for gold in the mines Now they probably send sell more to little kids I don't know I don't wear a lot of jeans. Do you wear a lot of jeans. 08:36.64 mikebledsoe Look go look for golden mines. Yeah, yeah, off to I'd like to not anymore not with the not with the clothes that come out today I just discovered. Um. 09:02.16 Max Shank I Hardly wear jeans. It's not that comfortable. 09:15.54 mikebledsoe Viori made a new pant that is looks really clean, but dude great for travel because I can wear them in a hundred degree weather I might as well be wearing shorts they breathe So well, they look nice and you know I. 09:24.24 Max Shank Ah. Are yeah. 09:51.22 mikebledsoe I Don't even like to wear shorts I don't like to wear casual shorts I Either want to wear pants or athletic shorts and it might be something it might be like spillover from the the military because that's pretty much how it works there. But I think like casual shorts look silly on men. Ah. 10:01.80 Max Shank A. 10:17.60 Max Shank Right? right. Um, like what? what do you mean?? casual shorts like cargo pants. 10:31.28 mikebledsoe That's just like you know like yeah like like cargo shorts or just like the shorts that are pants that are cut off. You know it's It's like those are kind of silly. It's like when I just wear athletic shorts I'm like an athletic shorts and fanny pack or I'm going to be wearing. 10:49.96 Max Shank Ah, you know what. 11:07.94 mikebledsoe You know some slacks. 11:10.94 Max Shank You know what? I'm really into is like the like the ah Rei type of hiking pant and I and I want to get some that turn into shorts but I was thinking about it and I don't know if I would rather have them unzip all the way. 11:22.78 mikebledsoe Yeah. 11:47.58 Max Shank Or if I would want to have them roll up and clip on I haven't seen many like that there are some out there because I have I have a couple pairs totally but the utility I mean. 11:51.50 mikebledsoe I think roll up and clip on makes more sense there. There are some out there I've seen some yeah the zip out I try to avoid moving parts as I try to. Until the zipper breaks plus rolling up just looks way cooler. That's that's the real Rob there they look cooler than having a zipper hanging off your shorts. 12:26.52 Max Shank Is fantastic. So maybe maybe the roll up till the zipper breaks. Yeah, that's a good point. Those are my my favorite pants I got a couple at Costco they're just. 12:57.00 Max Shank Yeah, that's a great point I went on a bike ride yesterday actually mountain bike ride for the None time in like years. Ah, all because I was learning about air compressors and how our compressors work. 13:03.40 mikebledsoe I mean. 13:34.56 Max Shank And so I was getting out my air compressor and I was like how how does my air compressor work. How powerful is this thing Really what kind of stuff because I bought one when I got my house because I was like every house needs an air compressor because I was ah like I didn't really know? Yeah, like yeah. 13:59.32 mikebledsoe Oh like a proper air compressor one with a big tank. Yeah, not the kind that you carry around in your car. Yeah something you could use with tools and whatnot. Yeah yeah, I'm into those those. 14:12.76 Max Shank Like a little pancake. No no I wouldn't It's a little too big and heavy for that. Yeah, like a nail gun staple gun that kind of thing and so those things are savage. 14:36.38 mikebledsoe I've got some air compressor tools. If if you're gonna work on a car I don't know how I don't know how I worked on a car before I have that which I don't really work on cars much anymore. But I remember that being a major upgrade. 15:04.26 Max Shank Yeah I think knowing how to put stuff together like that is such an underrated ability because I notice as I am problem solving in the garage with my hands. It makes me it makes it easier for me to visualize how to put other things together. Like Ideas. You know this attaches to this and you have to divide this. You have to sharpen this. You have to round off these edges. There are all these problem solving things that go on with how to put stuff together and it makes me even think of like mathematics how that factors in to. 15:43.16 mikebledsoe Yeah, well, there's um. 16:20.62 Max Shank Putting stuff together and how much how much you just learn through the process of doing it. You know it's good to know arithmetic. But I have it. 16:32.70 mikebledsoe There's a book. There's a book called the metaphors we live by and have you read it did you did you buy it on my recommendation or did you just happen to get it simultaneously. Wow Yeah I I hardly run in anyone who's read it. Ah. 16:52.62 Max Shank I think I had I think I bought it before? Yeah yeah, ah yes, and like most books I've read I maybe retained like 10% 17:08.18 mikebledsoe But have you read it. 17:22.74 mikebledsoe Got it? Yeah so metaphors we live by really highlights how the mind works and that everything in the mind is a metaphor to something an objective reality and so ah so kind of like the. 17:53.96 Max Shank Right now. 18:00.98 mikebledsoe Projectile and project metaphor We talked about before yeah eyeballs. Um. 18:06.94 Max Shank Eyeballs eyeballs are super reliable but they're not showing you objective reality because there are a lot of layers. 18:19.88 mikebledsoe Well, they are but you're not filtering it. But anyways. 18:32.44 Max Shank Well your eyes don't show you objective reality your eyes show you? How light is reacting with matter but there's a lot going on that is beyond. The visible spectrum is what I'm saying. 18:44.12 mikebledsoe Yeah. 18:55.10 mikebledsoe Totally. But so one of the things it talks about is ah like ontological metaphors and so one is how we refer to the mind. So the mind is a machine so there's all these examples of. 19:26.90 Max Shank A. 19:33.86 mikebledsoe Ah, that in in the English language the mind is a machine and it's also brittle and so when you look at the English language as a whole the majority of the references to the mind is that it's a mechanical thing that's brittle. 19:48.36 Max Shank A. 20:09.12 Max Shank Right? It sounds dangerous. Sounds like a dangerous belief to me like that that makes me a little queasy even based on how I see the mind or how I would try to define the mind or even just the brain. 20:13.48 mikebledsoe And so ah, people believe that it yes and. 20:44.32 mikebledsoe Yeah, but but you know and and it's common language is as people are talking are unconsciously talking about it in this way. So they're further embedding this thing is true and so they they they don't know how to treat their own own mind or organize it because they actually have an incorrect. 20:48.30 Max Shank Like the organ because I think that's different. 21:00.58 Max Shank Um, right right. 21:23.92 mikebledsoe Or an inaccurate view of what it actually is ah so one of the things the book talks about is how we use objects to ah create Concepts so anything that's conceptual. We're having we need to. 21:28.26 Max Shank He no. 21:48.00 Max Shank E. 21:58.28 mikebledsoe Associate it with an object out in physical space and so ah, one of the things that I've noticed I'm in total agreement with you I've been I've been meditating on this because I read that book about a year ago and I noticed that as I've been doing more physical tasks and building things that my ability to problem solving in the conceptual realm has gone way up and anytime I'm having a conceptual problem I go work on something that's on an object I go build something or fix something. Ah. 22:45.12 Max Shank A. 23:07.18 mikebledsoe All of a sudden the world makes more sense and I think part of that is if we spend too much time in the conceptual Realm without being in the objective Realm Then we end up. Ah, we end up way out in this place that doesn't make any sense. And and we become ungrounded and I know you and ah I are alike in this way because we love the mental Masturbation. We'll go off into some conceptual Realm and start changing. You know, ah physicists do this. They'll change one lot of physics to solve a problem and then they try to. Bring it back and so and then reapply to law and and it's one way of doing experimentation but the problem is a lot of people start doing that and they never come back to Earth and so I think having that balance between doing things and objective reality and conceptual. And conceptualizing things is really really beneficial. 25:12.48 Max Shank Oh Yeah I was laughing so many times there because it makes me think about how enslaved people are by thinking certain things matter and the word matter is funny right? Because. Stuff matters. Ah you know water is matter air is matter and these ideas that we have. It's like we think too many things matter that aren't matter at all. 25:51.44 mikebledsoe Right. 26:02.36 mikebledsoe This bottle is matter. 26:26.50 mikebledsoe Ah, well does just to make the statement that something is matter that isn't matter pulls you out of reality. You've become ungrounded. 26:28.36 Max Shank And you are just more and more divorced from reality because hold right? of course look um these words and ideas are. Very useful and it's never the complete truth because they're just symbols right? but they are concrete enough to give us the plans to make a plane or a computer I mean that's all language derived and that's how the matter is directed. So. The ideas are like the pattern like Pattern Pattern father and the stuff the substance the matter the mother ma her modern is ah guided by our ideas. But if you don't have what's that yeah. 28:09.34 mikebledsoe Oh man I'm loving these metaphors that that makes so much sense because that the father is is the structure of like the pattern structure and the matter is the stuff. 28:23.80 Max Shank Yeah, if you don't yeah if you don't have the father's the pattern the Pattern the pattern right? mother is the matter. Yeah, the stuff and the ah the energy. 28:47.40 mikebledsoe Yeah. 28:55.84 Max Shank It's like kinetic and potential I mean there are a lot of ways that you can ah yin and young and dichotomize these ideas right? But ah my point is that we are made of matter you eat an orange. You actually are that orange is becoming you. And your body is able to break it down into its basic components and then that stuff becomes you and the stuff that doesn't become you becomes shit or sweat or something like I mean it's crazy, but it literally becomes you so this idea. That when you um, get your hands involved. You get so much of your brain involved and then it's rooted in a reality that is very easy to understand. It's very It's all about, um. God I guess it's all about power really when you get down to it because we're talking about ah force times distance ah or work over time is power ah, power is work over time work is force times distance. And that's that's a reality that's easy to track momentum things like that all this dark matter. Ah like black hole shit is mental masturbation. It's fine. It's mental masturbation though. But once you start getting in there and you can do macrame you can. Ah, make something out of wood. You could carve something out of Clay. Ah but building that connection between your creativity and your curiosity and this physical reality is critical and if you apply that same thing to fitness. Fitness is essentially ah how well you're able to deliver force how well you're able to deliver force into your right leg so you can run and take a step with your right leg and how well you can absorb. 32:56.36 mikebledsoe Yeah. 33:21.00 Max Shank And return Force I Mean That's why my latest training program is called elasticity because it's all about absorbing and returning forests without ah permanent deformation and that's that's like as close as you can get to the best longevity practice. And we all have our pet loves for ah what makes fitness good or what makes you live a long time. But if you ah you know have good friendships and family kind of ties if you have fun and if you. Ah, fast. So You just don't eat too Much. You'll live a really long time even if you're just like medium elastic Fitness you just need ah a basic level of how to interact with your environment with these alternating forces. 34:48.74 mikebledsoe Yeah. 35:06.26 mikebledsoe Um, yeah. 35:11.64 Max Shank Ah, so it just it's very centering even climbing a tree go climb a tree and then you are like intimately associated with the forces required to lift you up off the ground and once you're in those situations you have room to explore and then this. Idea of like what matters or like what you should be fucking prideful of like I God I was just thinking the other day you know almost every holiday is about victimization that we have. Like almost every holiday is like it fucking kills me because we have like okay we have like memorial day that's ah, it's for the people who were killed like we are appreciating those poor victims but that's what they were. They were victims and of course we don't talk about like why they were victimized. 36:44.78 mikebledsoe Yeah. 37:07.34 Max Shank Because people don't really like that when you go in? Oh dude I'll be fucking kicked right out of the cemetery if I say these guys died for nothing but the fucking ambitions of old politicians with nothing better to do than tell other people how to live their fucking lives. 37:07.66 mikebledsoe Of you start getting into that but people will get offended. 37:46.40 Max Shank And so people don't like people don't like that no way because you know to generalize Bobby Joe went into that Vietnam and he did his country proud and that is a way better belief to take with you than he died for nothing. 37:46.40 mikebledsoe Um, people don't like that. No no. 38:08.42 mikebledsoe Yeah, you know what? um. 38:25.90 Max Shank But some fuck fuckwit politicians who just think they know best right. 38:32.20 mikebledsoe Yeah I um, my girlfriend and I are out. We do things around town and Texas is a very patriotic place and I which means I get a lot of discounts because I'm a veteran and. 39:04.54 Max Shank The. 39:09.66 mikebledsoe I get a 5% discount on my guns at Cabels. Ah, it's i't I can't get a discount on guns anywhere. Ah yeah, but I get in free at play at parks and stuff and in Texas where other people are paying to get in anyways. So I get. 39:20.44 Max Shank That's pretty cool and. 39:46.30 mikebledsoe Hit with thank you for your service pretty frequently and and Ashley my fiancee she she knows how I feel about every you know about a lot of things she goes. What's it like what's it like to hear that because you know I always just say oh yeah, you're welcome. You know that's what my. 39:49.18 Max Shank If. 40:05.30 Max Shank Um, ah a threat. 40:24.30 mikebledsoe My my pleasure you know, whatever it is that comes to mind at the time you know whatever I'm just trying to make them feel good about them giving me a compliment or whatever. But and when I did join I did think I was going in to be of service to humanity that was. 40:29.28 Max Shank Ah, thank you. 40:42.14 Max Shank Right. 41:01.94 mikebledsoe Impression I was under but the yeah where I stand now is like yeah I don't feel proud I don't feel ashamed I kind of just I'm very neutral about it. It's I've dealt with the fact that I got duped and like. 41:19.78 Max Shank He no. 41:36.18 Max Shank I Guess you could call that neutral. Ah. 41:41.94 mikebledsoe Yeah I mean I got well I got duped and I've accepted it I'm at peace with it right? like we've all been duped. We've all been duped and you know what I'm I'm lucky because you know I did get some really great experiences out of that that made me a very resilient guy and. 41:52.52 Max Shank Ah, ah, okay, right. 42:08.80 Max Shank Yeah, and. 42:17.24 mikebledsoe You know there's There's a lot of benefits I got from it most mostly the discounts but the. 42:28.64 Max Shank I Just imagine if someone said take you for your service and he said yeah I was probably a mistake. Or or just like I wouldn't recommend I wouldn't recommend it. 42:46.66 mikebledsoe Ah, you know I'm I'm trying that out. Well, it's bad enough that people are going to hear this on the show. Ah, but yeah, it's like ah that's all we know. But yeah, it's um. 43:08.84 Max Shank Um, hey look it's not for everybody. It wasn't for you. That's all we know it wasn't for you. It wasn't for you. 43:24.40 mikebledsoe But what you're saying is accurate because the the way Well the well we can go back to the holidays. But when I look at when I look at um, the government and military service and all these things is when I started looking at the government is just there's a book called the Sovereign individual and in that book they talk about how. 43:28.98 Max Shank These holidays. 44:04.14 mikebledsoe Formation of government and how they were there to protect farmers from people who would come and take their shit and if they didn't hire them. They were gonna take their shit and if they did hire them. They're gonna take a percentage of their shit and so ah. Basically when you. 44:42.80 Max Shank Basically you got guys with the swords and you got guys with the hose right till in the field then you got a sword guy and you got a hoe guy I'm more of a hoe guy I think. 44:46.40 mikebledsoe Exactly and some and yeah, some so like in the beginning it was just like who who is ah who's got the most brute force and then over time they accumulated armor horses like a ah Knight in armor. Can take out like 20 people on foot. You know like the this is yeah this is this is it and so true that yeah, but but here's the thing is before the and but. 45:30.20 Max Shank This is grounded in reality too unless one of those guys on foot happens to have a really nice bow and arrow and then that guy's fucked speaking of projectiles. 46:00.98 mikebledsoe Before the invention of the rifle to become skilled to be able to afford the time and the money to be a great soldier. It was it was rare and so only a select few had been in the position to do so and so. 46:36.56 Max Shank Even ants do this. They divide up the labor into soldiers and the workers back to the ants again. 46:39.00 mikebledsoe You it. Yeah, yeah, and so the so the whole formation of the idea government has been basically the same it's it's identical to the Mob. You know you're. 47:13.84 Max Shank It's identical to any group. It's about specialization Ideally right. 47:17.42 mikebledsoe I Know if any group but like but any group that uses the threat of Force violence and coercion. So not every organization does that and so. 47:40.12 Max Shank Um, is there any group where everybody does the same thing I think it's always about specialization. 47:48.78 mikebledsoe It is about specialization but what I'm saying is what makes these organizations special is that they ah they rule by violence and a threat of violence coercion. These things that that's how they get people to comply. 48:25.26 Max Shank Um, without nonviolently with like words instead of Swords basically. 48:27.50 mikebledsoe With their rules. Well they use words. But if you disobey those words you will then meet you know. 48:46.80 Max Shank Well, that's leverage right? That's that's really, um, how control works because if you if you ah if you don't follow the words and they just have to sword everybody to death. It's.. It's like not very good for anybody like now all the farmers are now all the farmers are.. It's kind of like a strike.. Basically I mean all these all these parallels within the symbolism of language I I have this idea that words have evolved basically the same as anything else. 49:25.76 mikebledsoe It's not good for anybody. Yeah, so they got to use the there's ah. 50:01.92 Max Shank In Nature longer sharper Claws Stronger Armor Camouflage Decoy Venom you know people fucking hurt each other with words all the time and only sometimes do they hurt. 50:25.80 mikebledsoe And. 50:36.14 Max Shank Ah, people with actual like sticks or weapons or something like that and sometimes they turn them on themselves right? We we fucking think Shitty things about ourselves we put ourselves through these I mean ah I guess I'm a fitness guy so we put ourselves through these like ball bursting workouts. 50:37.36 mikebledsoe Yeah, they've gotten so good at can most of the time. 51:13.82 Max Shank That are only harming us because we're just like so desperate. Um for some pie in the sky vision that we have I mean it's crazy how much language causes harm and self-harm. But anyway my point is like it's too inefficient. To go fucking hit everybody with the sword. It's way more efficient to just threaten the sword. 51:54.80 mikebledsoe Yeah, the the the evolution has been that we use these words and so it was the words were simple and the sword was strong and then over time while the Swords gotten stronger. But the the words have become. People have gotten very clever lawyers are some of the most clever people on the planet ah politicians are basically they're just Lawyers. So These people are creating these words. Yeah, they create these words and you know, um, there are certain people. 52:40.40 Max Shank Oh yeah. 52:52.18 Max Shank Um, the word Warriors the word warriors. 53:10.96 mikebledsoe Who are there's a very small population of people who are pretty much I think you and I fall in this category kind of like yeah you know those are just words and you want me to do this but I'm not going to and then you have the majority of the population that are like you're going to defy those words and. 53:44.18 Max Shank Right. 53:46.84 mikebledsoe And they completely freak out and they don't know what to do? They think that you're a bad person because you're ignoring these words. Um that somebody else put together and in order to try to control you so. 54:07.22 Max Shank Well because otherwise like you are ruining their paradigm. You're destroying their sense of reality because they're like well I can't do that and I'm like actually there there are just consequences to everything you do you know that. 54:18.14 mikebledsoe Totally destroying it. 54:35.42 mikebledsoe Yeah, you can do anything you want. You can do a lot of things. 54:42.84 Max Shank That's it you could do whatever there are consequences like if you tie a noose around your neck whack off in the closet. There's a much higher chance that you will die from hanging. But there's also a decent chance. You'll have an orgasm that's like None or so of the usual 1 55:20.40 mikebledsoe There's otherwise to do that You hit me up on my private blog on on how to do that without choking yourself. But anyways. 55:22.40 Max Shank So. 55:32.68 Max Shank Fellas you hear that Mike is offering orgasm boosters free orgasm boosters. What kind of percentage can you offer increase 50% increase a 3 hold on. 55:40.64 mikebledsoe Free orgasm boosters at least 50% now now I would say out. No no like 300 I mean yeah and yeah, with with just common common things you can pick up at the store. 56:07.68 Max Shank Ah, 300% increase 56:19.18 Max Shank Like cocaine. Ah. 56:19.76 mikebledsoe Nothing you don't have to go see a drug dealer. But if you no, no, no like like over the counter things. But then um, yeah, over the counter and then um, you know if you want to get into the other I can guarantee like a None x but you know that's going to require some hard to get ahold of. 56:30.20 Max Shank Over the counter. 56:55.60 Max Shank Honestly I think ah I think I think this would be something that you you could probably do a one pager on this for our premium Inner Circle club. 56:57.88 mikebledsoe Substances. 57:20.56 mikebledsoe I Feel like this whole episode's going to be an inner Circle Club show. Ah you know this is the commercial This is this is actually it. This is this one. We're giving away for free. This is the one you get for free from now on the pre ship. This. 57:23.38 Max Shank Like I would be interested in like a little that's all it is This is just for the this is this is it. We're gonna air this and and to be fair, we might be Fucked. We might be fucked because this might get us. Ah. Extradited or what's the excommunicated because of all the stuff we've said. 58:01.30 mikebledsoe Well this is why I want everyone to go and get a ah podcasting 2.0 app on your phone instead of Spotify because Spotify itunes. They could just take us off anytime they want because some sjw employee gets pissed off. 58:24.12 Max Shank Oh my God can you imagine? Holy God I Think that's I think the pendulum is swinging back I think people are craving uncensored Oh I Love it. 58:36.96 mikebledsoe So ah. I think so I think so but not but not the employees of Apple and Spotify. They're gonna be the last ones you know and Twitter but I it will shake out it but we need. But. 59:00.98 Max Shank Yeah, we'll we'll see how it all shakes out I mean ah Seasons change Seasons change. 59:19.58 mikebledsoe Decentralization is what will force it and so using a podcasting 2.0 app is part of the decentralization movement. So I like ah podverse myself. So if you just go and download podverses. Our shit will never be taken off of that. But. 59:54.40 Max Shank Bu ya. 59:59.20 mikebledsoe But Spotify has taken down None I think over 70000 podcast episodes in the last year yeah based on the content. No now they remove certain content. They even pull down some of Rogan's content 01:00:12.90 Max Shank Whoa Really I thought they were cool. Not cool. Bummer I Do know that by the way if there was ever something that. Ah. 01:00:35.00 mikebledsoe But not all of it. 01:00:45.96 Max Shank Was valuable but let's be able to say words other this is a core value. This is a core value here. Okay folks this is this. It's rooted in reality look. It's fine talkytackytacky ever Blah Blah Blah blah. But as soon as someone comes in with the stick. 01:00:53.40 mikebledsoe Come on. Well this goes back to what you were just saying. 01:01:24.88 Max Shank You got to like fucking face that reality and so if we can't resolve our differences with words. There's only None choice left and that's physical violence I think everybody should be versed in physical and verbal violence. Not necessarily so they can be violent toward other people. But so they can recognize it number None and defend it number None 01:02:07.86 mikebledsoe Well I like that I like to Define violence as the person who initiates force so I would I would say ah be well versed in debate because ah or or diplomacy right? So like to me. 01:02:36.76 Max Shank Right. 01:02:43.20 mikebledsoe War is just an extension of Diplomacy You know we were like oh diplomacy failed I'm like no this is just we're still being diplomatic. It's just a very violent diplomacy and so the same thing with the words is you know we start off with disagreement. We're trying to work it out things escalate We can't. 01:03:06.64 Max Shank Interesting. 01:03:17.88 Max Shank Great. 01:03:20.60 mikebledsoe Find agreement in the words because people aren't You're right, People are not trained in the ability to listen to understand and then communicate the wall just goes up and you've talked about rhetorical fallacies before the wall goes up and then now it just becomes a mudsling contest. 01:03:56.66 Max Shank Um, yeah. 01:03:58.60 mikebledsoe That that will result if that doesn't get resolved in some way it will result in physical force. This is why the None amendment's important because if only yeah and and because if only 1 group of people has access to violence. 01:04:13.74 Max Shank The None and the second those are almost all that's important. But. 01:04:35.10 Max Shank Um, oof because then you go. 01:04:37.56 mikebledsoe Then then we're in big trouble which takes me back to the point I was making hang on the point I was making which is like the when I look at when I look at ah government. It's hard to tell the difference between government and the mom because they're basically saying give us. A certain amount of your profits give us a certain amount of your of your hard work and we'll make sure that your shop doesn't get burnt down. You know we'll make sure your kid doesn't get beat up in the alley and they're basically saying the mob is basically saying. Overtly, they're saying we'll protect you from other people. Yeah, covertly, they're saying pretty much if you don't pay us None of our thugs are going to come get you which is which is the same thing that happens with the Us government is they say. 01:05:50.12 Max Shank It's called a protection ring. It's called a protection ring. It's been around for a long time. 01:06:09.36 Max Shank Ah, right? yeah. 01:06:23.82 mikebledsoe We're going to protect you from all these outside guys and we got police officers stationed in there. We're gonna protect you as long as you. But if you if you don't give us a None of your life then we're actually gonna come fuck you up and so that's the price of the club. Yeah tough shit. There's like no way out. 01:06:26.48 Max Shank Move. 01:06:41.98 Max Shank Right? That's the price of the club and if you don't like it well tough shit This is the only club in town. It's the only club in town. It's like ah you know there is a thing about power companies. You know when you have a single. 01:07:03.56 mikebledsoe And so well hang on. So so so so when I started when I recognized this this extremely similar ah view of government and the mom. 01:07:16.98 Max Shank Go go ahead? yeah. 01:07:38.98 mikebledsoe And I just started looking at all these governments around the world as just mobs that are controlling different geographical locations by by which um are mainly dissected based on Language. So if the language changes that's where the border begins. When there's a different language because you can't control people anymore because they can't understand you and so ah government control happens and within the borders of language and then you basically just have you just have. 01:08:35.50 Max Shank K case that's http://dciendocappassosenorexplicka me and espanio poque non anddo. 01:08:50.98 mikebledsoe Exactly. So. So so when you start looking at the world as or the government as just mobsters that are ruling really large pieces of geography and they're all. You know, jocking for position. Everything makes a lot more sense like the Russia Ukraine thing makes way more sense if you just think about it as a couple of mobsters that are that are jocking for position and the United States has done a good job of like. United States has done an incredible job of being very strategic in the way that it's done things. It hasn't it hasn't necessarily ah won with brute force for instance with the Ukraine thing is if you think about mobsters are running Ukraine right now right. Because anyone who has a government is being There's a mob and so those mobsters. Yeah, yeah, yeah, well the good the good mobsters of Ukraine are um, just you know the the us government is lending them. What None 01:10:50.92 Max Shank No, but those are the good mobs. We like them. They're the good mobs. 01:11:18.20 mikebledsoe Billion dollars a month or something like that that they're never going to be able to pay back all right? So if only someone would come tell me what to think? So so then ah. 01:11:22.22 Max Shank Oh my God I Wish someone would tell me who the good guys are and who the bad guys are if only someone would come and let me know what to believe about this. 01:11:56.32 mikebledsoe So then you got so the way I see it is the us government has done an incredible job at buying the people of Ukraine as slaves and so because they're under the control of the Ukraine mob the ukraine mob how are they going to pay back that money they can't pay back that money. So basically they're going to be in debt to the us and the Ukraine is the breadbasket of europe so they produce the the lion's share of the wheat and other things necessary for making a lot of food products and in Europe and so now. The way I see it is the us government. Everyone is everyone is going. You know? Yes for Ukraine I'm like I'm like the us government just enslaved the people of Ukraine and you cheered them along the whole way and is like yeah we are like you know and that is um, that's 0 comment on what. Putin's doing you know whatever you call him more criminal. Whatever the guy's not a good guy. The guy's not a good guy but but people miss that. 01:13:56.16 Max Shank It's it's about relationships. It's about relations. It's about relationships. It's about relationships and it's about trying to understand what the connection is between those relationships and in order to really get it. You got to reduce the number of parties down, you got to put the words like none and None out of your mind and just say what is the relationship between these different entities or individuals and what you're saying about the us specifically is. They recognize the power of both words and swords because words, okay, nothing scales better than words because it requires no material transfer. It requires only a transfer of pressure waves basically on some level and and. Transfer of ah it's just it scales way easier than actual bullets and actual swords and and if you have both then then you're like King of the castle. Basically so we have crazy weapons and we also have. 01:15:38.90 mikebledsoe Ah, especially with the internet and everything just repeats easily. 01:16:13.92 Max Shank Ah, lawyers and bankers and politicians that use words the same way that we're using Bullets and missiles and shit like that and we have we have ah stuff that's happening behind closed doors I mean Okay, let's talk about language again just for a second because. 01:16:25.28 mikebledsoe Totally. 01:16:50.54 Max Shank Want to talk about the word conspiracy conspiracy happening all the time people are meeting in secret to discuss plans all the time we would have to be totally naive if we don't think that's going on basically everywhere like every every group is meeting in secret. 01:17:24.88 mikebledsoe The Cia is ah is a series of conspiracies. 01:17:29.90 Max Shank We meet in secret we meet? yeah and of course they can't tell everybody everything I mean how fucking schizophrenic do you have to be your level 1 clearance your level 10 clearance I'm a level 10 cia wizard. So I know like 90% of the secrets but only 10% of this I mean it's. 01:17:42.24 mikebledsoe So it's a conspiracy. Yeah. 01:18:09.70 Max Shank It's Insane. So ah, kind of tying it back to how we use language and use ideas bringing it back to reality Once again, just doing something with material objects that exist somewhat. Independently of Language. You know how you interact with a tree or the ground of course you have the word tree and ground in your mind but your movement and your creative expression through physical materials. Even if you don't think you have a knack for it. It's very grounding experience. 01:19:37.32 mikebledsoe Back to physical materials. Yeah, well they? um well what's interesting is my friend Jesse Elder he he's been studying the law extensively the last couple years and um. 01:19:42.80 Max Shank Um, that that's what I tried to bring us on back because. 01:20:17.64 mikebledsoe Basically looking at like the foundation of law you know, not you know what are all these little laws that are floating around that are getting passed all the time and changing. But you know yeah, but like what is the the sole basis and we go back in history. What is law. 01:20:33.00 Max Shank To contract. It's It's just a contract that's it. 01:20:52.36 mikebledsoe You know how does it operate so he did that and if you can figure out the fundamental principles of how these things work a lot of things get real simple so he did that and one one of the it's what. 01:21:11.92 Max Shank It's conditional phrases right? I mean I'm not trying to diminish but isn't it like it's conditional. Phrases. It's consequences like the code of Hamurabi was a system of laws but they are very simple if you steal. A woman then you get your eye plucked out and you have to marry her some shit like that. Basically and if you're talking about arbitration which is a little different than law. Basically you are just dealing with an arbitrur like a judge who is deciding. 01:21:45.68 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 01:22:20.32 Max Shank Who's right when they present like the clay tablets or something like can you imagine being. Ah, you know an arbiter back then but that's what they would do so that guy gets to decide but you have it's just enforcing contracts I think and every every relationship you have. 01:22:22.72 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, yeah. 01:22:43.74 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, that's what it comes down to. 01:22:59.30 Max Shank Because a contract is oh gosh. It's ah it's a projected relationship. How about that using the words that we've been thinking about so a contract is a a relationship projection or a relative projection between one or more. 01:23:17.86 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 01:23:31.28 mikebledsoe Yeah, you're gonna do these things I'm gonna do these things if we don't follow through then it breaks down. There's the consequences. 01:23:39.44 Max Shank Entities yeah, and it works with yourself too. It works with yourself too. You make a you make a to do list. Maybe you sign at the bottom so I'm going to do this by the end of today you made a contract with yourself. You break the contract but you're also the judge here and you go like what happened. You know should I should I go to jail should I be full of shame or something like that should I punish myself. Do I get 50 lashes? Yeah, um, but I think we do that. 01:24:15.46 mikebledsoe Should I punish myself emotional jail ah, ah so so jet so Jesse started digging digging into like the principles of law. And None of the results that I've seen in his life is. He's become extremely analog. Ah he is like he he sees the matrix I mean when you look at I mean the law is the matrix and so ah, everything that. 01:24:55.98 Max Shank Totally. Ah. 01:25:18.14 Max Shank It's a matrix. 01:25:20.20 mikebledsoe Yeah, it's a matrix I would I would say it's probably like based one of the base layers of the matrix and then um like the media sits on top of that. But um, he he's gone extremely analog like he's living. He's got twenty acres he's living out on it. He doesn't deal with crypto he. Ah, you know tries that work primarily in gold and silver and like getting he's getting very analog. He's using technology like he's installing a solar farm. He's doing. He's doing some things to harness technology but he's become very analog and. 01:26:28.14 Max Shank Right. 01:26:37.76 mikebledsoe What is valuable and so and what he values is analog and so in a world where right now so much of the value is digital and which is which is somewhat of a physical manifestation of something conceptual and so. 01:26:49.52 Max Shank So true. 01:27:14.22 mikebledsoe Because we're talking about Energy. Ah Bitcoin is just energy and because it requires energy from the sun whether it come in the form of solar oil. Whatever it is ah it it comes in the form of energy that's being exchanged so there is a physical component to it. But. Which is actually way more tangible than say the Us dollar which has ah which is primarily ruled by what whatever somebody thinks or a group of people think instead of being ruled by actual physical world laws and. 01:28:15.72 Max Shank Um, that well money is its own like ah shared. It's actually a conspiracy so money is a human conspiracy just like language. 01:28:33.40 mikebledsoe It's yeah well fiat currency would be yeah, say more. 01:28:53.50 Max Shank That's that's it money is a conspiracy just like language I mean the fact that. 01:28:55.70 mikebledsoe Some people some people understand I mean you're right? because there are very. There's a there is a handful of select people who make decisions in secret about the money supply. 01:29:23.52 Max Shank Oh I mean just like it's not ah like a like okay so steak is not a human conspiracy like a dog still understands. What steak is it might know it by a different name like maybe steak for a dog is like. 01:29:49.14 mikebledsoe Right. 01:29:58.00 Max Shank Wolf Af or something like that I don't I don't know exactly what it's like for a dog but like money is and language are purely human conspiracies like we made all this stuff up because it's useful so they're useful lies. Essentially words are useful symbols so that we can. 01:30:09.82 mikebledsoe I'll go ask my buddies dog. 01:30:35.78 Max Shank Project these ideas ah into ah interchangeable parts Basically and that's what we're looking for with money is it's the ultimate interchangeable part because it's like ah an I O you that everybody agrees on it's a. Ah, accepted anywhere right? So it's money's like God It's if you believe in it it it is ah infinite Power. It's total potential and it's such a useful tool. There's no I can't. 01:31:31.92 mikebledsoe Yeah. 01:31:49.52 Max Shank It's so difficult for me to envision a society where we didn't have a way to exchange goods modularly. You know people talk about the fungibility or non-fungibility of token. Sometimes the fact that a dollar is a dollar is a dollar is a dollar is a dollar and I mean it did used to be backed by gold which was cool but let's not be too wistful over the glory days. But in any case. The fact that we have it and that we can change it and move it so quickly means that I can you know ah work under a bridge given hand jobs send it back to my scientist grandpa in Hungary and he can use that money. To build a nuclear fusion reactor or something like that right? That's that's incredible that you don't have to but based on my hungarian physicist ah grandfather I was thinking of him every time I gave a hand job under the bridge. 01:33:40.52 mikebledsoe That's based on a true story folks. 01:34:04.94 Max Shank I was just thinking this is going to be unlimited energy for everybody I'm not going to let you down pop pop anyway, ah, but but that's that's what I mean is like you you can turn hand jobs into cold fusion potentially and that is why money is cool. Ah, so we wouldn't have these computers and microphones the ubiquity of the cell phone like all this stuff was done because we were able to transfer this um potential of human action and it just it kind of reminds me of this funky idea I had. When I was none learning about like the coins and the cryptos and things like that and I thought it'd be cool to have something called like a handycoin that was ah just based off of the value that a person placed on like 1 hour of labor. 01:35:50.38 mikebledsoe I Thought you were gonna say hand jobs but handicoin and a yeah. 01:35:59.34 Max Shank No, not not not hand that would be even better. None coin equals one hj full stop. That's actually a better idea now that I think about anyway, but the whole idea was like you know you can put a posting on Craigslist or you can. Ah, go out to home depot and you can find like ah, a laborer who will do sometimes skilled sometimes unskilled. No no, no, no, but but but that's what that would be for is just for unskilled labor. Every hour is equal and so. 01:36:43.94 mikebledsoe Um, are you are you saying that every hour is equal in value. No no okay. 01:37:05.52 mikebledsoe Ah, so you create a caste system. 01:37:12.36 Max Shank The value of that coin the value of that coin would be related to what someone is willing to do for an hour like 1 hour of unskilled labor. Ah, but at least it's tied to like. 01:37:37.54 mikebledsoe Isn't that how just capitalism works. 01:37:50.30 Max Shank The floor of ah one of of labor per hour right? It's like it's like it sets the floor which it is a value. Yeah, but it's so it's different. It's only correlated to ah. 01:37:51.24 mikebledsoe So there's a minimum. 01:38:02.88 mikebledsoe Sounds like a minimum wage. 01:38:23.40 Max Shank Like someone actually doing real work I don't know like I said it's not a night. It's not an idea that I've taken over the finish line. Ah, but it's ah this idea that it needs to be tied to something and right now it's tied to our belief and that works. 01:38:32.00 mikebledsoe I'm not sure I'm following. 01:39:02.40 mikebledsoe Yeah I I think the problem that people have with money right now is that? Ah, there are a handful of people who are controlling how it flows so ah, not necessarily. 01:39:03.26 Max Shank Weirdly enough it. It's not great, but it's okay like if. 01:39:29.48 Max Shank Has that always been the case. 01:39:39.64 mikebledsoe Not not to this degree I would say that. Um, so for instance when when the dollar is tied to gold money. Well I'm I'm talking about primarily money so like um so on 1 hand you have. 01:39:52.24 Max Shank Are we talking about money or wealth or both and. 01:40:16.00 Max Shank Um, like not. 01:40:17.52 mikebledsoe And organization that decides. Ah how much the interest rates are going to be like what's what's the debt going to be worth and then you and then they also control the amount of money that's in the system. So those are like really big picture things. So so of when you're. 01:40:49.44 Max Shank Oh yeah, big time. 01:40:56.00 mikebledsoe When you're working with gold which you know all governments have inflated there even when it was gold. They did things like shave off the edges and you know there's ah until people figured it out and they lost faith in it. Yeah, they have so you can't fake it and so then um, so. 01:41:14.14 Max Shank That's why those coins have ridges right? That's why they put the ridges on the coins. Ah. 01:41:31.34 mikebledsoe The money supply and then the cost of debt is 2 major things that are that are employed big picture and then you have taxes so that I think the tax code is 176000 pages something like that. Ah, it might be a little bit maybe 76 maybe oh there. There's a. 01:41:56.40 Max Shank I think maybe only 76 but but but but None like you that should be simple. 01:42:09.52 mikebledsoe There's a ton of there's all, there's but there's basically all these rule the whole point in the tax code is to incentivize people under a certain type of behavior and it's it's. 01:42:32.34 Max Shank And hide and hide what's actually happening and create as much of a smokescreen as possible for what's actually going on. 01:42:43.48 mikebledsoe Yeah, there's they they want to they want to confuse like the majority of people need to be confused about what's going on because if the majority of people knew exactly what was going on there'd be riots in the streets. But the. 01:43:07.80 Max Shank We would sell a lot more guillotines if that were the case Guillotine sales. That's that's what I'm actually getting into right now you know pendulums and government swing I think we're like perfect time to invest in guillot in Guillotines I think ah. 01:43:28.34 mikebledsoe Well, how let's look at the tax code I got to do this search on the tax code. 01:43:44.46 Max Shank You know you can sell your ultimate Orgasm formula and then I'm going to sell guillotines for the coming revolutions. 01:43:53.44 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, we got figure I got to figure out how this tax code thing. Um all right. There's the myth of the 70000 page federal tax code. 01:44:10.78 Max Shank It's really long. 01:44:19.60 Max Shank It has to do with um like references to it because there are amendments to the tax code and there are cases that have modified how it's interpreted. 01:44:38.52 mikebledsoe So the tax code has nearly tripled is it ah the tax code has nearly tripled and linked over the last thirty years um 70000 is not true. The tax code was only 20 so so it's it's. It's like triple of the None pages. So I think it's anyways thirty years ago is 2600? Oh no, none the tax code was only about 20. It's so funny and this blog says it's only None pages long. Um, yeah, but the point so. 01:45:47.60 Max Shank Ah, it shouldn't even be 2600 words long fuckers. Let alone pages. 01:45:50.40 mikebledsoe So um, yeah, so the so the so you've got a small group of people controlling the supply of the money you got a small group of people controlling the ah cost of the debt and then you have a small I think between. Ah, the senate the congress and all the the the the top government I think is around None and something like None something people so None something people are controlling 350000000 people. 01:46:55.92 Max Shank It's leverage. 01:47:07.30 mikebledsoe With a 2600 page tax code that incentivizes certain types of purchases disincentivizes other types of purchases. Um it ah it does it does really incentivize investing in real estate which is interesting because you can. 01:47:21.92 Max Shank Right. 01:47:35.14 Max Shank Well let's also look at this because it's not ah like those politicians are only like fabricating these ideas in their own mind. They're having people come in and say like hey we're this ah business that does one ah 0 every month. 01:48:07.94 mikebledsoe These politicians don't write these laws. These laws are being brought to them. 01:48:14.22 Max Shank And and and right and like hey Joe blow politician um, you know I was thinking. Ah you know you could you could really help us out. Ah, but you know I don't want you to work too hard. So I I went I went ahead and prepared the law for you. 01:48:49.32 mikebledsoe Yeah, which the law the which the law is like 10000 pages long. There's no way who the fuck reads those things. No one reads that shit. 01:48:52.82 Max Shank I went ahead and had my lawyers prepare this law for you and I I left this spot at the it's about 10000 pages I sent a copy to all your colleagues already I put a place here for you to sign your name at the bottom and I think it's a really really good idea for you to do this. 01:49:27.48 mikebledsoe And and we'll we'll pay your son like $10000000 a year for advisory. 01:49:32.46 Max Shank And because like power. Oh dude that guy is that guy is fucking set but you know Hidden hidden in that fucking quagmire of verbal violence in that fucking law that's been written is. How um competition and free market is prevented right? It's not like going to be awesome for everybody. Ah, it's gone too far but it's just because we have set up the rules of the game. 01:50:24.98 mikebledsoe Yep. 01:50:46.98 Max Shank To allow for too much of ah human error. Basically. 01:50:49.88 mikebledsoe Yeah, and so this is where um so we have to believe in the money I'm talking about belief which means you got to trust it right? And so we're at a in my lifetime we're at a record breaking low of trust in. 01:51:10.16 Max Shank Yeah. 01:51:28.32 mikebledsoe Government or the record breaking low and trust in media I think that in since the emergence of crypto there has been a trickling of people in droves that don't trust the money that that trust ah 1 of the things that web 3 01:51:59.64 Max Shank A. 01:52:07.38 mikebledsoe Really ah has brought about is it requires less trust because you can't fuck with it like it doesn't matter how much somebody wants to change something. It's not humanly possible to change some of these rules and how these crypto. 01:52:46.54 Max Shank Question for you is web 3 basically trying to use blockchain technology to store web data and provide server. Ah for websites. 01:52:47.00 mikebledsoe Cryptos work. Yeah. 01:53:13.50 mikebledsoe Yeah, there's that's that's one that's so it's a ledger well blockchain is just a really advanced ledger system that's automatically updated in decentralized web 3 in blockchain everyone in the same. 01:53:23.66 Max Shank It's like decentralized web servers. 01:53:35.48 Max Shank No, but web 3 I'm asking. Okay, I'm okay. 01:53:51.80 mikebledsoe Yeah, the the way I understand it. It's it's just web 3 is kind of you say blockchain and people get a little confused and go web 3 and they go oh like you know web one was we can send information from computer to computer web two was we have html and everything's visually we have visual graphics and. And we can. There's clickable things and and then social media and then Web 3 is blockchain mother of all demos. 01:54:39.84 Max Shank You should see the mother look up the mother of all demos sometime it shows what it's fucking great I think it was in the 60 s we were able to do like ah word documents and video chat and all kinds of shit in like the 60 s. 01:55:14.74 mikebledsoe Um, yeah, yeah, yeah. 01:55:19.48 Max Shank Called the mother of all demos um wild what was capable way back then and then that wasn't ubiquitous for people that wasn't common for people until forty years later something like that not nuts. 01:55:41.10 mikebledsoe Right? Yeah, there's that's it's fascinating. Um. 01:55:54.74 Max Shank So that's the leverage though is how fast we can communicate a message a lot of ah censorship speaking of like the None amendment kind of. 01:56:06.90 mikebledsoe Well, there's also you not just how fast can you communicate a message but can it actually get through the noise. How loud how loud is your message and how well received is it because there's there's a there's a level of skill that's involved in being heard. 01:56:21.14 Max Shank Yeah, well and. Absolutely no question I mean I think that's why stand-up comedy is one of those places where the rubber meets the road on free speech a little bit because if you're allowed to say anything as long as it's a joke. Then you can still at least get that message into people's minds without having ah it be controlled and that's ultimately what drives a population if if suddenly it was the law like so that's that's what's kind of interesting. You know I don't think it's good to have. Like a lot of power in the hands of a few people. It's back to leverage same thing as a hammer right? It's physical leverage in different ways. Um, but if they suddenly made it like the law to kill None puppy every week like let's just say that became the law people would not do that. 01:58:27.84 mikebledsoe Well, it's got to be Ah, it's got to be done in small bits I mean all right? So this may actually happen. Yeah this this may actually happen right? So they So there's the media's put out the yeah, the media has put out some notices that. 01:58:29.80 Max Shank Because the collective consciousness of whether that's okay or not. 01:58:44.64 Max Shank You're like talking Boiling Boiling Frog right? Yeah yeah, the puppy killing oh shit, you know what you're right? The puppy flew. 01:59:07.84 mikebledsoe You know some people are getting getting. Ah yeah, they're getting Well they're getting coronavirus they're It's like oh statistically we find that people who are around dogs more get coronavirus. Whatever. 01:59:17.52 Max Shank Copy flu. 01:59:27.40 Max Shank Oh God Oh don't don't even put this out. It's so easily could happen. You could get people to kill puppies as long as you said puppies increased the no fucking way. Wow. 01:59:35.98 mikebledsoe So so here's the thing there are cities in China where they've gone in and killed all the dogs. Yeah, and so it's already happened and so um, which. 02:00:04.80 Max Shank Heavy heavy. 02:00:12.90 mikebledsoe When we think about that happening in China we go. Yeah that's totally believable because they're under some weird you know they're they're under some like heavy mind control. But I think that people I think americans give themselves way too much credit on how ah how little. They they think they they're being exposed and are subject to way less propaganda I would say it's less propagandized in the United States like we're not as susceptible because there's so much competing information where there's not as much competition for information there. But the propaganda is real. 02:01:04.92 Max Shank Overt. It's just yeah, ah. 02:01:26.32 mikebledsoe And so all you gotta do? It's been proven in the last two years all you gotta do is make people think that they're gonna die if they don't do this thing and they'll fucking. Do it. They'll strap 3 masks on they'll put an experimental vaccine in their body and they'll they'll ah make statements like. 02:01:56.76 Max Shank Oh god we just got flagged. That's us we're done. He's in Texas go get him I was never here. Ah. 02:02:01.54 mikebledsoe We should throw people. We're done off Spotify. Ah I'm in Texas I'm in Texas good luck. So yeah, um. 02:02:34.34 Max Shank Oh my gosh. So it's all it really is it all comes down to force right? It all comes down to how much of an impact you can make with words or with stuff it all comes and it's leverage. 02:02:52.90 mikebledsoe Yeah, because with the words you can still like if if ah, a small group of people can convince the large group of people that I'm a bad guy. They don't even have to get their hands dirty and so they use mind control to create violence. 02:03:21.18 Max Shank Totally, you're separated from it. 02:03:32.34 mikebledsoe And that's another thing we've witnessed big time in the last two years is they don't have to fucking create violence. They'll all they got to do is leverage some media to get people really hot and bothered then put. 02:03:50.38 Max Shank Nobody wants to get their hands dirty. 02:04:08.20 mikebledsoe Certain Spokes holes out there to to tell people how they should think what they should think and next thing you know things are burning. Yeah. 02:04:18.56 Max Shank Hurt people hurt people right? hurt people hurt people. Ah and the more removed you are from the impact the easier it is like imagine if ah. Kind of like in game of thrones. The one who passes the sentence or the one who passes the sentence should carry it out like if you're gonna sentence a guide to death. Yeah, that was a stark thing. Yeah, well, it's cause it's like really warm weather and there's. 02:05:02.80 mikebledsoe Yeah I mean that that was ah and ah that was a stark thing as the the northerners believed in that but you know you go to the South a bunch of soft pussies. 02:05:32.40 Max Shank Ah titties and asses everywhere on the beach like I I don't blame them I get it like I I wouldn't be too like I wouldn't be too Stern with duty if the beach was like full of naked chicks and coconuts like what are we fighting for. 02:05:34.12 mikebledsoe Teddy's everywhere I I. 02:06:07.20 Max Shank There's food and titties everywhere. Ah but I think that idea of if you're going to be the one who passes the sentence you should carry it out the corollary or the inverse of that is if you can pass judgment. 02:06:06.20 mikebledsoe Ah, ah. 02:06:44.66 Max Shank And be totally removed from the action if you can tell a guy to tell another guy to tell another guy to tell another guy to take a drone to this other guy so that guy can drone this fucking stranger