Take Care And Worry About You (Transcript)

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Alright folks with the download button on survivalist pod and as always folks you can catch all of our old shows

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Took a couple couple weeks off not gonna lie. I had to take some time off

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I had a couple things going on also to you had a

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Had a horrible case of laryngitis. I just couldn’t shake and it’s kind of hard to do a podcast

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When you have a laryngitis, it’s a little bit difficult

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So took a little time off from that for a while

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But I figured I get in the show out doing here on my little mobile rig here on my ride on my ride home

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Blue like this thing. I see you guys everyone sort of podcast the Tamzin is a great company

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Wonderful recorder and I’ve also started using I hope you guys notice the audio cut cleared up a lot better

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I want my home rig. It’s not a problem

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But when I’m on my mobile rig the sound quality sometimes isn’t the greatest player been messing around a lot with

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Adobe Audacity and I’ve been cleaning up the audio and noise filters and all that

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I’m really getting to be quite the quite the pro editor. I guess you would say so we have that going on as well

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So I’ve been messing with that stuff, but the news obviously

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There’s been a lot of it, but especially with this whole bank thing that’s going on right now with

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The Silicon Valley Bank. It’s just a really a shame

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This got so blown out of proportion by the media

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It really is quite upsetting because you know, the media kind of blew this out of proportion

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It’s only one bank one or two banks

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That’s it and they’re in a unique situation because of their clientele

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and I really think it’s really horrible the way they they hype this up and

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They were home that’s gonna be a run people gonna make runs on the bank and and all that kind of stuff

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And then obviously Biden and had a comment say hey, you know

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There’s money safe. We’re gonna bring it. We’re gonna protect it and all that kind of stuff

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But what’s really upsetting to me is how the news typed it. I mean little bit of this way

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It really wasn’t that big of a story. It was bit. It was big on Twitter. I would say the majority of people

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Didn’t know about it unless they were on Twitter then all of a sudden

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the media news media got a hold of it and it just freaking

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Exploded and then they were afraid that since the story got so big

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That they’re gonna do runs of the bank and then they were just gonna crash the economy people aren’t gonna get their paychecks

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And all that kind of it was only like one two banks. That was it. And I mean it really was an overblown

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Sorry, couldn’t have been much worse. Yes, but until the mainstream media got their fingers in it and blew it up

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Really? It really was not going to be it really wasn’t gonna be that big of a deal. It was one bank

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It was Silicon Valley Bank

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They’re in a unique situation because all they do is banking for startups. So you have people that say get their get their money from

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From say their investors they invest it. So they got 50 60 million sitting in a check account, which isn’t FDIC insured

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You’re only insured up to 250,000 and then you carry a separate insurance policy for all the money that’s in that that you have over that

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Forget the name of the insurance off the top of my head

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But there is a I forget things called float insurance something like that. I forget that don’t quote me on the name of it, but

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And there’s an insurance that you have for all that kind of over to that

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And what happened was the bank?

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The bank wasn’t the kind of bank that gave out loans really like mortgages and stuff like that to make their money back

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So the bank in order to make money was investing in all these Treasury bonds

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But as we all know from watching the news the Treasury and all that

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The those bonds on the yields like 60 cents on the dollar have to wait till they cash out

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That’s the way this kind of things work

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and the other problem with that being is that every time they raise the the Fed raises the interest rates the

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Value of those bonds go down and obviously what is the they’ve been doing braising the interest rate?

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So what was happening was I guess a couple of rich investors?

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Decided just to tell their companies that they invested and say hey pull your money out of Silicon Valley Bank

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It’s not safe. The bank doesn’t have a whole lot of working capital

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I’m concerned about it pull your money out

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So they went and so much a couple of them went and did that

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well that caused a big issue big problem and then they were afraid that people are gonna make runs on the banks and

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withdraw their money and then there wouldn’t be any money in the banks for people and stuff like that and

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It just really was terrible. I know some people probably did out of fear, but

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Completely blown way out of proportion. I like I said, it’s one bank if they’re not a big bank

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And and that when it was just really the whole thing got blown way out of proportion by the news media

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It’s really a shame that that happened. It looks like everything’s okay

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now obviously the president came in and said

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you know

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but my other issue with this is is not even so much the president what he did because I

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Understand if you’re a money person you want to make sure your money’s safe. I do get it if I had investments

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I sure as anything wouldn’t want my lose all my money over the bank and not being FDIC ensure

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That’s reason why we have the FDIC because banks sometimes we’re not we’re taking people’s money

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And then they couldn’t give it back to them and stuff

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but the reason what the thing that really gets to me about this whole situation is a

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Bunch of those startups that needed their money protected were crypto currencies, which are literally

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Companies that are always like oh no, we don’t you know, we don’t want the bank touching our but we don’t want the government involved

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We don’t want the banks involved. But yet in this case, they’re like, hey, mr. Government come help us. We need help

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You know and so it’s like well, wait a minute

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You guys are always saying crypto is the future and then you don’t want decentralized

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You don’t want the government of all but in this case you sure as hell do

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You know and stuff like that. So I think that these companies at times they’re they’re very much there

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They’re anti government, but they’re they want the government the government’s gonna save them

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So I thought that was an interesting thing to talk about with this whole situation with the banks

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but the other thing people don’t realize is that the government kind of caused this problem to with

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Constantly, you know low, you know upping interest rates and causing those

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those Treasury bonds to keep going down in value or

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You’re having to buy them so they can make money on them because right now they’re at work

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Like I think what 60 cents on the dollar

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so I actually don’t really blame the government for actually coming in and having to kind of fix this because

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them raising the interest rate kind of caused this problem to from being honest with you and a lot of people don’t realize that is

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They’re saying well the government, you know, the government’s sticking their nose in again

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I’m like, well the government kind of caused this problem with the interest rates going up and up and up and up

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So we’ll have to wait and see, you know, like I said what what you know, what happens what transpires?

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It’s like everything’s gonna be okay

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Now there are some you know other things happening

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There may be another bank that may bail out another bank some of that you’ve all seen it online

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But for the most part the government’s saying that your money is safe

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And you have nothing to worry about and you know kind of just go on your life now and a lot of these startups

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I don’t blame them too because that money is so important to them because you know

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They’ve that money buys you years of runway that you can pay your staff pay your salaries pay your bills

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You know these sites if you don’t pay your hosting bills, they take your servers down some of that

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You obviously have to pay your staff and so I do understand the concern but you know

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Like I said, everything’s gonna be just fine

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and the bank is also like I said, they also had some issues with this too in the sense of they didn’t have a

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Somebody on staff that there’s I think every bank is supposed to have a risk advisor

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For them they didn’t have that they had just fired him and they never really have fired the person they never rehired them

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There was a whole lot of issues with that. So like I said, all that has been resolved now

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So if any of you did have any money in Silicon Bank

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Your your money is safe and this that whole story

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Like I said, the media really really blew my opinion blew it out of proportion

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Like I said to one or it was one or two

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They’re big they’re not they mean they’re big banks since they have a lot of money in them, but they’re not

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I mean, they’re not huge banks

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It’s not like, you know Bank of America clap, you know or anything like that or any of those big huge national banks

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It’s one bank. And so, you know one a couple of a couple of banks in Silicon Valley. That’s it

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So like I said, it’s not a big company

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but also, you know, but the other the other thing too and a lot of people said why didn’t somebody else just buy the bank and

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I didn’t I didn’t know this apparently in banking laws. That’s something if you’re a lawyer

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That’s something you can specialize in just in that I know banking laws

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especially or a very particular thing and banks can only have

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X-amount of deposits a day where the way they’re considered. They’re considered too big or something like that. It’s all part of the whole situation

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With the rules that were put in place in 2008

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Which I mean got taken off and I think it was 2018 which kind of caused some of this problem with Silicon Valley Bank

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But some of the other banks literally, I think they said like like Bank of America

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I think it was Chase Bank and some of the other bigger banks maybe Capital One

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They’re they basically couldn’t buy the other bank because their deposits are literally run up right up against that

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That threshold that a bank is allowed to have so

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Like I said, it was interesting too because I got people said why not?

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somebody else’s buy the bank

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But apparently that’s these bigger banks can’t because they’re they have to go by these certain laws and banking laws itself is so confusing

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There’s so much of all things. Did you have lawyers that just specialize in banking law?

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and like I said

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that’s kind of you know kind of where you’re at with this so but like I said all that’s kind of getting worked out and

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Everything’s kind of moving forward. So that whole thing which was blown way out of proportion. We got blown up online

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You know it became you know, it became like everything else. Sometimes it’s online

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It gets crazy then once the media picked it up and all that kind of stuff. It just got out of hand

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So but like I said, at least everything’s safe now, so some other things as well

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I wanted to bring up last podcast of the podcast before last we brought up

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Steven Crowder with ladder with Crowder he has announced that he is going to be moving coming

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I believe it’s this week to rumble. He’s gonna be having his own subscription based service

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a lot a lot of media attention around it a lot probably because rumble signed him such a big deal and I think they gave

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Him equity and stuff like that. It’s very similar to what Howard Stern did when he joined satellite

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They gave him a big load of money plus equity in the company

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But you know, he’s saying he’s got to do a subscription service because you know

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He you know

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Otherwise, he’s gonna be de monetized and stuff like that and like I said in last podcast that really isn’t that common

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You know these companies buy you with the you know, the emphasis they’re gonna make money because you know

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They’re basically leasing your content and they’re gonna monetize it make money with it behind a paywall

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Well, if you get taken down off any of the other media services, that’s less, you know less traction for them

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So they were gonna dock his pain. He didn’t want to do that. So now he’s starting a subscription service

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Very similar to what has already been done with with you know, right-wing media stuff like, you know

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I think Kumiya Gavin McGinnis a lot of a lot of a lot of people have done it

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You know, he’s he’s getting a lot of press about it because I think he’s like the biggest one rumbles ever signed

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So there’s a lot of press to it

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But you know, he it’s any of those those kinds of deals where you know rumbles gonna sign him

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They’re gonna partner with him. They’re gonna put his content, you know out there and

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You know, it’s gonna be behind a paywall and the subscript subscription base and all

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I mean, it’s – he’s basically gonna give you an hour for free and then the next hour

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So it’s gonna be behind the paywall a little bit different than what some people do

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But again, it’s similar business model

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It’s very similar to what you know

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Well Spotify, you know is all their podcasts are free on there. But you know you have to do

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But we’re talking like but I’m trying to think what like podcast one is a popular example that were the first like ten shows are

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Free and then after that you have to buy it to get the archives

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He’s gonna do like an hour free every day. Then the second hour is gonna be paid again

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Not really a new business model satellite did this for a while with like opening Anthony and Stern

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Where you’d get like, you know an hour or half hour for free and they’ve wanted the rest you had to pay for it

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They did this early on like I said, there’s a lot of subscription services that do this now

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but he’s gonna because he’s joining rumble and

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Like I said, he’s doing his mug club

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Like he always did and he’s gonna be subscription based all supported subscription base plus monetization from whatever people watch this content on rumble

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You know again, not really a new business model

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But I mean it’s been making waves because you know

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He turned down a 50 only reason why I think it’s making waves because he turned out 50 million dollars

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To do his own thing because he’s so dedicated in this movement that you know right-wing media and all that kind of stuff. So he’s

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That’s why it’s all all about this

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But you know the I do understand his frustration as well as a lot of other create content creators

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And we always you know right-wing media always gets kind of picked on the worst but you know, one of the things

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That and and I understand the situation of its Facebook’s, you know, it’s their terms of service

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It’s Twitter’s terms of service. It’s rumbles turn, you know our YouTube terms service, but you know the

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Probably, you know and I get it if it’s their terms of service you want to play you play in their sandbox

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you have to play by their rules, but

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You know the whole situation of we’re gonna take something down if it’s not true

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But look at how much of that stuff that that everybody claimed was propaganda fake news. Not true

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Ended up

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Turning out to be true

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You know the whole the Wuhan lab that’s turning out they’re saying now that’s probably gonna be true

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They’re saying let’s see what else there was that was true. There’s a couple different things

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They talked to us especially to call that specifically jumped out at me because that was a big one

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but this kind of when all this stuff started with the fake news and all that kind of stuff and

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all that kind of BS but you know, like I said the Wuhan lab and and all this other stuff and then

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Obviously remember mentor and I know I don’t really think it’s really stupid

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anyway, the whole thing with the hunter vinyl laptop being to New York Post or

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Tweet being taken down and and stuff like that. I mean, I do think that it’s it is very common

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You know

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It’s something that was around before COVID but COVID really amplified it a lot of content creators now

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Have to really watch what they say because they’re afraid of being taken down or do you monetize?

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and all that sort of thing, but you know what my issue is and I brought this up to people before is

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Say somebody gets there and I’m not gonna I don’t have anybody specific but I’m just gonna use this as an example

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Say somebody for example

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gets gets

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Demonetized or the YouTube channel gets taken down because of propaganda or because fake news whatever you want to call it

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Well, what happens now that that news what two years later year and a half later what however long it’s been

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That news is now is now turns out that it is true. Well, okay

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Maybe at the time people thought it was, you know fake news, but it was true

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Well now shouldn’t that person be allowed to come back on now?

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I mean if we’re holding people to the standard of you know

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We’re gonna judge you by what was said 20 years ago by today’s standard that’s what counts against what cancel culture really is

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What why aren’t we why aren’t we doing why aren’t we we kind of doing the reverse of that now?

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I mean if we can if we can if we can judge somebody by something they did 20 years ago

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Why don’t we you know, somebody does something now and we think it’s fake and then we take them down

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Why don’t we put them first of all, I don’t think it’s right that they take them down

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Second of all, why aren’t they putting them back on?

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Why can’t you put that person back on?

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Okay, look at how many videos got taken down because of COVID propaganda that now are finding out really were true

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You know, there are side effects of the vaccine. There’s nothing you know, I mean that that’s true

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I’m not saying don’t get vaccinated because that’s not what I’m saying

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But I am saying that there were there was side effects from the vaccine. That was true. Okay

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The Wuhan lab thing that is true

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China lying about the numbers that’s turned out to be true

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There’s a lot of things that turned out to be true that people got there got their content or videos pulled down

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Because of it and and now that we’re finding out these things are true. Why aren’t these things being put back online?

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Why isn’t somebody that got the monetized or deplatformed, you know getting put back online now?

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I know you could say well they just went someplace else ready and I okay maybe that is true

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But either way, I mean what say these per say that video was demonetized and it’s still up

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Why is that video being monetized now? You know, I mean or why isn’t that podcast being put back up on Apple, you know?

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You know, I think part of the thing that is I think attractive to to me especially

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About rumble and I believe me you guys you guys who listen to me for a while, you know, I’m more libertarian

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I’m kind of live and let live

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rather than you know right or left but

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You know, my whole feelings about it is why?

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Why isn’t that whole thing being what why aren’t people being put back on now if that’s just starting out to be true

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You know, why aren’t these people good? Why isn’t YouTube or or any of those companies reaching out to people saying hey

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You know, we got a you know, we got to put this, you know

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We got to put this stuff back on and how could and how about people but let’s use prime example

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How about people like Joe Rogan who was doing stuff?

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And other podcasts are being taken off Spotify because of what they said

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But Joe Rogan wasn’t and I’ll tell you exactly why cuz Joe Rogan makes them a buttload of money

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Every time they run an ad on his show, I think it’s like they think they make half a million or a million dollars

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Okay, they are not Spotify cannot risk

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Losing that income they paid him a hundred thousand dollars two hundred to eight or two hundred million dollars

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Okay, they can’t lose that that income they need to run million dollar ads to pay for his contract

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They can’t lose that but he’s saying stuff that you’re taking other podcasts down for but because those podcasts are independent podcasters

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They’re independent content creators like myself

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Doesn’t matter but the fact that Rogan’s gotta get a hefty contract and he makes them a ton of money

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All of a sudden he’s not that’s not fair. Is it that’s that again? That’s typical America good almighty dollar BS, right?

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Or all the stuff that they found out about Fauci now it’s coming out. Okay. What why isn’t why isn’t the

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Why aren’t these people being allowed?

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You know put those put those tweets back up with those, you know, re monetize those videos do all that stuff

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Why aren’t apologies being issued to these people? Okay, I mean

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It’s I mean, it’s not right. I’m on the for I’m on the side of what is right is right and

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If you’re going to take people down or

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Demonetize people for what they’ve done

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And if you know Silicon Valley, you know big tech which has been untouched on modern on, you know

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Nothing ever happens to them

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Okay, there’s no there’s no regulation nothing like like there was back in the 90s with Microsoft’s of that if they’re allowed to do

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All this then then why aren’t?

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Why is nobody?

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You know, what why is nobody do why is they be done?

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What why is you know, they’re being allowed, you know

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If they’re allowed to be the little keepers of their little gateway and there’s gonna be no

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You know nothing with moderation or anything like that, you know

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But if big tech is gonna be the the gate holders of the Internet

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Why aren’t they?

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You know what? And why is it not? Why are they not? Why are they not being held accountable? There should be somebody there

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at the Congress or

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Senate president whatever should be saying to them. Hey, you know what, you know, we’re gonna regulate you or hey

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We got to talk about this whole situation or nothing. Nothing happens

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Because there’s no money in in that there’s no money in in protecting content creators, you know

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And the but there’s money in particular these big companies that pay big taxes

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You know and actually and the same thing and these companies by the way, too

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I like to point out too that these companies have gotten screwed in the long run in certain things

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probably sample and I want to bring this up because this is something else that we’ve talked about on the podcast born I just

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Found this out

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So a lot of people have talked about all the layoffs and actually Facebook just announced they’re gonna be doing another round of layoffs

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I guess they’re giving up on that whole bit their whole Bitcoin thing or whatever they were doing, but

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They’re laying these people off now. Everybody says well, they’re gonna get they’re gonna get two or three months severance pay

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Okay. Well, first of all, they have to by law in Canada and California

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If you’re going to lay somebody off you have to give them at least two months severance pay. Okay, that’s the law now

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Everybody says what’s a good law? Well, it is a good law because people will get paid for their salaries

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And if anybody can lay it off, I feel bad for it because it that it remotely affects your whole life

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You did nothing wrong and now you’re gonna lose your job. So I do feel bad for any of those people. I really really do

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But let’s look at this from the other side of it

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You as a company are laying somebody off to try to save money now, you’re being forced to pay two months additional salary

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Okay, and you’re gonna have to give them some sort

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I believe they have they have to at least pay two months worth of salary

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But I think they also have a required to give them a severance package

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I think don’t quote me on that but I know for sure it’s the two months

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Okay, while that is a great law and it protects the people and gives people two months of cushion to find another job

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There’s also a reason why the government did that in California. It wasn’t all just – oh we want to protect the

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You know the workers here in California, which California big I mean, California does have a lot

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I mean a big workforce there, especially with Silicon Valley, but there’s another reason for it, too

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The company say Google or Facebook who are laying off right has to pay two months salary. Well

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They also choose since they’re paying the two months of salary

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The gut the state California gets out of paying two months of unemployment

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Because those two months you’re getting paid goes towards your unemployment benefits

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So yeah, is it nice of them? It absolutely is is nice of

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California to have that law to protect the workers. I agree with that

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But it also is a nice way of California

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Getting out of paying two months of unemployment because that’s the first question they ask did you get your two months severance pay?

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People say all the time. Well, they just want to check to make sure you got it

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No, they also want to make sure that they’re not gonna date in and they don’t pay it because you know

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Believe me that whole thing is believe me that whole thing is just

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While it’s a great law and it’s there to protect the people also that help the government to don’t ever think be anybody

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That’s listening right now. Don’t ever

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Think the government does anything to protect you

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Is there things that protect you that they do?

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Absolutely, but nothing their mind very rarely does the government ever do anything with you in mind

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It’s all done for them and if it comes down and helps you that’s great

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But it’s mostly it’s always done for them or for votes

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Because like it or not every time Biden comes on the news and any of them it’s not just Biden Trump’s done it

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They’ve all done it any of them that come on and forgive student loans

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Okay, that’s all that’s all that does is buy votes

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That’s what that does because every time they forgive student loans

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That is without a doubt going to buy them some votes and they know that and that’s why they do that now

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Yes, does it help a lot of college kids? Absolutely

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Okay, great. I didn’t get mine forgiven but whatever. Okay, but that also not buys them votes. Okay, it’s not done

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Just because all the government was trying to help you out

00:24:35.260 –> 00:24:36.320

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There’s a motive involved with it and it’s called we need we need to protect we need to we need to buy votes

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What’s the way we can make the taxpayers pay money and get us votes and that the sears ways for loan loan forgiveness?

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So like I said, it’s always done the government know they do things that does that do help people but in the end

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It’s always done for them for whatever reason it is to

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That it’s just the way it is

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Don’t ever think the government does something for you because it doesn’t it does it for themselves?

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That’s just the way that is if it trickles down and helps you that’s great, but it’s always done for them not for you

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That’s just the way it is just like I told everybody during the whole code thing when they kept saying all the stimulus money the stimulus

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Manta I said listen you’re in business for yourself. Don’t wait for the government to give you money

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Don’t wait for the government to reimburse you you got to think about yourself and I hate saying that you know

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I know a lot of okay

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I personally don’t feel it was right that the government said you’re essential you’re not I don’t think that was right

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Okay, I don’t think it’s right

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I thought it was ridiculous and terrible to be honest with you

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Because what so the government you tell me that I can’t he can’t do something

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But they can’t but but there but I have to wait for the stimulus money

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Who the hell is the government’s first of all to tell you who is and non-essential?

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and and who is the and why are we all waiting for the government to give us money to

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You know to bail us out. I mean that you know that that’s the way the world

00:26:04.560 –> 00:26:10.520
You know, I know that’s the way the world is right now, but especially during kovat like I had many business friends of mine

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I’m like, well, what’s your plan with kovat? You’re gonna try to do stuff virtually remotely

00:26:13.920 –> 00:26:18.520
What are you gonna try to do and it was like, oh, well, well, well what we’re gonna do is

00:26:18.520 –> 00:26:21.840
You know, we’re gonna wait for the kovat stimulus money to come in

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Well, yeah

00:26:22.580 –> 00:26:27.040
Don’t wait for the government because the government doesn’t do anything that benefits you they’re only doing this so the economy doesn’t crash

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It doesn’t make them look bad for an election

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Okay, and don’t wait you have to rely on you not the government you because it’s the only person you can rely on

00:26:34.120 –> 00:26:36.640
Okay, I mean that’s just the way it is

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Don’t wait for the government to come in and help you and and if they do just like everything else they do it’s big

00:26:41.440 –> 00:26:49.280
It’s bloated. It’s going to not fail, but it’s definitely not going to it’s gonna move slow or it may never happen at all

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I mean, that’s just the way the government is and there’s so many people during kovat saying

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Oh, well, we’re gonna you know, we’re gonna we’re gonna just wait for the stimulus money to come in and stuff like that

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And yeah

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Please don’t get me started on that because if you’re in business, you should know you can’t wait for

00:27:05.720 –> 00:27:10.560
You know the government to help you you got to help yourself and that’s another thing, too

00:27:10.680 –> 00:27:17.640
We have the I’m part of a business group and I and I’ve actually gotten criticized when we have young entrepreneurs that say, you know

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You know, what? What are the keys to success and I always tell them all the time, you know

00:27:22.440 –> 00:27:29.660
Stay, you know, if you’re gonna go to school finish school. Okay, go to school for something. You can make money at don’t do drugs

00:27:29.660 –> 00:27:35.300
Okay, go to higher education if you can or you think it’ll it’ll help you make more money

00:27:35.880 –> 00:27:41.160
Okay, I mean kids that go to college do make more than kids that don’t go to college that is a statistical fact

00:27:41.160 –> 00:27:46.500
I know statistics sometimes you can’t go buy everything in statistics, but that is a statistical fact

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Okay, and you know and all and you know, and then I’ve said this before and again, I have a friend of mine who she’s a

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She’s actually very democratic

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But she actually has always said to me that especially women have much harder time breaking into any field

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Without any kind of college degree or any kind of higher education. That’s just I don’t not saying it’s right

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but that’s just sometimes the way it is and you know, you know, if you’re you’re and there’s no and I personally have a really

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big issue with with women that earn less than men do personally because if

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You were doing the job just as good as I as I am and it were if we and and if you’re doing the job

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And some women do jobs better than men and they’re making less money. That’s ridiculous. We win this country. We we definitely

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have a

00:28:37.640 –> 00:28:41.360
Good equality issue when it comes to those sorts of things

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And and I don’t think it’s right at all if somebody’s doing a job just as good as somebody else as you get paid

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More than an ex person or the same. I mean, I think that’s ridiculous and I brought this up before my friend literally

00:28:53.760 –> 00:28:57.820
She she’s in he she’s in your resources. She’s she says all the time

00:28:57.820 –> 00:29:01.400
She’s told me all these stories and sometimes I can’t even believe them which tells me that you know

00:29:01.400 –> 00:29:06.640
How went to and she says, you know when she’s doing human resource work that you find out that you know

00:29:06.640 –> 00:29:12.020
What somebody who you know, this person who comes in is making you know, less than the other person

00:29:12.020 –> 00:29:17.140
They’re doing the exact same job. That’s ridiculous. It’s uncalled for and it shouldn’t be but like I said, yeah

00:29:17.140 –> 00:29:20.940
I mean, it’s a fortune to where we live in but that’s why you have to look out even with your employer

00:29:20.940 –> 00:29:24.500
You have to watch out and look out for yourself. Don’t don’t worry about your co-workers

00:29:24.500 –> 00:29:28.940
I always get annoying people in the sale time. Oh, I’m worried about my co-workers. Don’t worry about your co-workers worry about you

00:29:28.940 –> 00:29:34.640
Okay, because you do one thing you control in your work environment is you and if you do a better job

00:29:34.640 –> 00:29:41.200
Than your co-workers, you know, maybe when the last come around you might stay and they might go I mean again

00:29:41.200 –> 00:29:47.180
So worry about you don’t worry about your co-workers worry about you only you can worry about you and only you

00:29:47.180 –> 00:29:51.280
Can watch out for you. I’ve always been very very big on that

00:29:52.080 –> 00:29:56.840
Because at the end of the day, you know when you stop when you stay, you know

00:29:56.840 –> 00:29:58.840
If you get laid off or something happens at your job

00:29:58.840 –> 00:30:02.600
It doesn’t matter how much you look out for your co-workers. You think they’re gonna loan you money

00:30:02.600 –> 00:30:07.360
When you got bills to pay you think any of them are gonna say? Oh, yeah. Sure. I’ll help you

00:30:07.360 –> 00:30:10.260
I’ll give you some money. No, they’re not going to you’re gonna be on your own

00:30:10.260 –> 00:30:15.500
So, I mean, that’s why I always say when it comes to the government when it comes to your job

00:30:15.500 –> 00:30:18.340
When it comes to any of that stuff worry about you

00:30:18.340 –> 00:30:24.520
Not the next person because that next person is not going to help you out when it comes out when it comes down to it

00:30:24.520 –> 00:30:28.620
That’s just the way the world is you want to know how crappy the world is sometimes

00:30:28.620 –> 00:30:33.620
Watch when somebody passes away and they need and they need money to bury them

00:30:33.620 –> 00:30:37.840
Okay. Now a lot of times people do gofundmes and that stuff works out

00:30:37.840 –> 00:30:40.780
Okay, sometimes okay

00:30:40.780 –> 00:30:42.220
But go to anybody

00:30:42.220 –> 00:30:47.360
Most people that are good friends of yours with time to bury you if you if your family has their hands out for donations

00:30:47.440 –> 00:30:52.180
For burials very rarely to people help. Okay. I mean, that’s what I found

00:30:52.180 –> 00:30:58.820
That’s something I said sometimes gofundme and sometimes people are good and you surround yourself with the right people. Sometimes it does happen, but

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Most of the time I would say by the majority of time when somebody passes away out come the vultures

00:31:04.840 –> 00:31:09.440
They’ll take but they ain’t gonna give so that I mean that’s just unfortunately the way it is

00:31:09.440 –> 00:31:15.700
That’s why you need to look out for you yourself your family and that that you need to worry about your like inner circle

00:31:16.880 –> 00:31:21.240
Because let me tell you there’s many people on the outer circle that ain’t gonna get they’re not gonna help you

00:31:21.240 –> 00:31:26.600
They’re not gonna be financially. They’re not gonna help you if you got mouths to feed nothing. They’re worried about themselves

00:31:26.600 –> 00:31:29.340
They may act like oh, I worry about my co-workers

00:31:29.340 –> 00:31:33.580
You only worry about your co-worker you worry about your co-worker really? Cuz if I lose my job, you’re gonna give me money tomorrow

00:31:33.580 –> 00:31:39.360
No ain’t gonna happen. So that’s why I always say you got to look out for you

00:31:39.360 –> 00:31:42.260
I think it’s gonna be the title of this show look out for you

00:31:43.200 –> 00:31:50.180
But again, we’re talking about the the government. Let’s talk about well, let’s talk about our our

00:31:50.180 –> 00:31:52.560
former governor

00:31:52.560 –> 00:31:56.800
Tom wolf who well, I mean, I think I think he did handle kovat well

00:31:56.800 –> 00:32:00.420
But he won’t talk about lockie

00:32:00.420 –> 00:32:06.320
He locks everybody down yet. His daughter was able to get married and yet everybody what everybody else’s my weddings got canceled

00:32:06.320 –> 00:32:11.320
He his daughter’s wedding went on imagine that one and then also to everybody else we kill key haircuts

00:32:11.320 –> 00:32:15.120
But boy every time he was on TV, he looked well-groomed. So don’t get me started on that

00:32:15.120 –> 00:32:17.520
But let’s talk about our other

00:32:17.520 –> 00:32:19.520
politician here in Pennsylvania Federman

00:32:19.520 –> 00:32:24.840
He’s another one that you know, I I don’t I don’t know. I first of all, I didn’t want dr. Oz

00:32:24.840 –> 00:32:31.060
I really didn’t I don’t like him. He’s ran at three different states. He’s got no loyalty. He just wants to be in politics

00:32:31.060 –> 00:32:35.760
So he’s running in every state. He can’t I bet you’ll run again in another state this coming election watch

00:32:36.720 –> 00:32:42.340
But Federman apparently now is in a he’s been in amazement in this mental institute for a while now

00:32:42.340 –> 00:32:50.080
And depression is a horrible thing. I trust me. I know enough about depression and I’ve I’ve suffered with it myself and stuff like that

00:32:50.080 –> 00:32:53.940
It’s you know, it’s a lot of people have in this country and it’s one of those things

00:32:53.940 –> 00:32:58.020
We don’t do enough for in this country. I really do. You know, we that’s one thing

00:32:58.020 –> 00:33:01.020
I you don’t see many wars on suicide around this country. Let me tell you

00:33:01.020 –> 00:33:05.760
And but but anyway, well, like I said if other way folks I’ve said this a million times

00:33:05.840 –> 00:33:09.880
Look at any of your life insurance policies guarantee you they don’t cover suicide

00:33:09.880 –> 00:33:15.620
Okay, good. They wanted to put that in life insurance policy for years when it got approved. I said that’s never coming out

00:33:15.620 –> 00:33:17.520

00:33:17.520 –> 00:33:22.240
Like I said when it comes to he’s got the price out of stroke and now he’s got depression now

00:33:22.240 –> 00:33:26.740
I I do know a lot about strokes and depression. I have like I said, I’ve struggled with it myself

00:33:26.740 –> 00:33:29.360
Strokes my mom had a lot of stroke. She had depression

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stroke can actually

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Cause additional pain and depression that is very a very common problem with strokes

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So we had depression now he’s having the stroke

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You know, it’s like an addition like, you know, so he’s probably got you know, it’s kind of like a double wham

00:33:45.540 –> 00:33:49.500
he had depression and now the stroke he’s probably got you know additional now, but

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You know, I guess the other thing I don’t think too is I’m I’m wondering at what point I

00:33:56.440 –> 00:33:58.960
Mean now they’re saying that he’s you know

00:33:58.960 –> 00:34:04.840
His his team meets with him and once a month and he makes decisions and all that kind of stuff from the actual

00:34:04.840 –> 00:34:08.940
Depression place which I don’t really understand why that is

00:34:08.940 –> 00:34:15.820
You know any other I know maybe it’s you know, extenuating circumstances, but any anybody else goes in for depression

00:34:15.820 –> 00:34:20.400
You’re not allowed to have your your your company bring work to you and you’re allowed to do I mean, I I

00:34:20.400 –> 00:34:23.220
Don’t understand that I don’t think that’s healthy for him

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And I really don’t think that’s really an intelligent thing to be doing but that’s what’s happening

00:34:27.680 –> 00:34:32.140
But apparently now they’re saying his wife’s not visiting him that much. She’s been busy with her kids

00:34:32.140 –> 00:34:36.840
You know, I have a problem with that and I know a lot of people have said, you know

00:34:36.840 –> 00:34:40.600
If you know if your spouse was in there or something severe like this

00:34:40.600 –> 00:34:46.360
Would you not go and see them? Like I said some places the spouses are not allowed to come and see him. However

00:34:46.360 –> 00:34:51.940
For some reason he’s led the people that he works with are allowed to come and bring him work

00:34:51.940 –> 00:34:55.000
But his wife can’t see him. So I don’t know what necessarily by that

00:34:55.000 –> 00:34:59.060
I think maybe part of the reason why he’s depressed maybe he had this stroke

00:34:59.060 –> 00:35:03.880
You know, maybe his marriage is falling apart. That’s why he had the stroke. That’s why he had depression

00:35:03.880 –> 00:35:09.520
Maybe the depression caused a stroke who knows maybe vice versa, but I do think it’s very weird

00:35:09.520 –> 00:35:14.100
something is going something is not right and they’re definitely not telling us and you know, I

00:35:14.100 –> 00:35:21.040
I’m wondering at what point do they say that you know, do do this do the I don’t know if they’re I

00:35:21.480 –> 00:35:25.240
Was actually looking this up, but I couldn’t really find the answer on this and if anybody knows

00:35:25.240 –> 00:35:30.000
Feel free to reach out to me on the show on Twitter. Kv3 YU a

00:35:30.000 –> 00:35:32.520
or Mastodon

00:35:32.520 –> 00:35:36.640
You know, so rebel social media is our Mastodon channel where you can sign up

00:35:36.640 –> 00:35:39.160
It’s free come in hang out with us or a great group

00:35:39.160 –> 00:35:41.340

00:35:41.340 –> 00:35:46.620
Reach out to me because I love to know is there a point where the Senate could say he’s unfit because they were the president

00:35:46.620 –> 00:35:52.880
They can declare 26th amendment and say he’s mentally unfit to lead remember Elizabeth Warren tried that a million times

00:35:52.880 –> 00:35:55.740
We get you know

00:35:55.740 –> 00:35:58.000
No, I’m gonna get started on that. That was ridiculous

00:35:58.000 –> 00:36:04.740
but I’m wondering this is a case where he may actually not be fit to lead and would we have a

00:36:04.740 –> 00:36:10.660
Democratic runoff election anybody that voted for him because I think they I think they did this with the governor in California

00:36:10.980 –> 00:36:17.440
a bunch of years back where he wasn’t fit to lead because of a medical issue and then they had a runoff election with just

00:36:17.440 –> 00:36:19.800
The people that voted for him to vote in a new

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Governor I don’t know if the same thing can happen with a senator at the federal level not the state level

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So I’m actually kind of curious what’s gonna happen with this and where they’re gonna go with this

00:36:33.080 –> 00:36:38.080
And what they’re gonna do and and is there a point where they’re gonna say he’s unfit to lead

00:36:39.000 –> 00:36:41.280
Is he gonna come back? I don’t know

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I don’t think I guess I really don’t think it’s right that they’re bringing him work there and then just being from political

00:36:46.120 –> 00:36:48.140
standpoint just from a

00:36:48.140 –> 00:36:51.680
Health standpoint he’s in there to get better. He’s not in there to keep working

00:36:51.680 –> 00:36:55.280
I mean, I don’t really agree with that and I don’t understand why they’re allowing that but they are

00:36:55.280 –> 00:36:58.040
but like I said, just like

00:36:58.040 –> 00:37:04.720
You know and whatever regards whatever is falling apart whether it’s his relationship with his family whether it’s his job, whatever

00:37:04.720 –> 00:37:06.240
I don’t understand what’s allowed to bring him work

00:37:06.240 –> 00:37:12.480
but and then I don’t really understand as to when they when there’s a good time to say I know senators just like

00:37:12.480 –> 00:37:16.340
anybody else they get sick leaves of that but what is

00:37:16.340 –> 00:37:23.780
Is there a time where they’re gonna step in and say hey, he’s not able to lead. He’s not able to be the senator

00:37:23.780 –> 00:37:27.720
He’s not I don’t know. That’s why I’m asking if anybody knows how that works

00:37:27.720 –> 00:37:30.680
Reach out to me. I’d be very curious to know

00:37:31.720 –> 00:37:36.840
What that how that works? What’s the timeline on that who actually jumps in it says that?

00:37:36.840 –> 00:37:41.160
The CF to resign. I’m just curious what the whole situation is

00:37:41.160 –> 00:37:47.360
And you know how how you go about it? And what’s the what happens next? I’d be very very curious about that

00:37:47.360 –> 00:37:51.000
So if anybody knows please reach out to me and let me know connection curious

00:37:51.000 –> 00:37:55.600
I did look it up, but there’s not really much definitive answer on that. I think he has to step down

00:37:55.600 –> 00:38:01.260
I’m not sure but I’d be very curious if anybody knows if it’s happened in your state and you kind of know what’s going on

00:38:01.260 –> 00:38:05.280
I appreciate that one thing I do want to bring up guys. It was like a public service

00:38:05.280 –> 00:38:08.480
What that I haven’t talked to since I haven’t been on in a while

00:38:08.480 –> 00:38:14.780
Anybody that’s using last pass for password management. I know I’ve talked to them about them a bunch of times

00:38:14.780 –> 00:38:18.560
I’m actually kind of moving off them right now. They’ve kind of been

00:38:18.560 –> 00:38:23.980
Old and crickety as a password manager. They’ve been hacked a couple times over the last year. So

00:38:23.980 –> 00:38:27.620
Moving over to what they call bit warden. It’s it’s rated as one of the best

00:38:28.300 –> 00:38:33.400
Most secure they encrypt your passwords like a hundred thousand times

00:38:33.400 –> 00:38:36.820
It’s really safe really secured. They’re not a sponsor

00:38:36.820 –> 00:38:38.960
I’m not getting any ad dollars for any of this

00:38:38.960 –> 00:38:43.480
But I wanted to bring this up because I’ve actually said many times you should be using a password manager

00:38:43.480 –> 00:38:47.040
And I still believe that as I’m in the cyber security industry

00:38:47.040 –> 00:38:51.760
But I have like literally pulled my endorsement from last pass

00:38:51.760 –> 00:38:55.600
I may go through the old podcast and pull it out because I don’t want people using it

00:38:56.080 –> 00:38:59.860
It’s really it’s just getting to a point right now where they keep getting hacked

00:38:59.860 –> 00:39:04.560
They just they’re great coming they really were ahead of their time with what they’re doing

00:39:04.560 –> 00:39:08.920
But it’s just like anything else when it gets big and bloated and more than somebody can handle

00:39:08.920 –> 00:39:15.060
I just guess to the point where it’s just getting to the point with them that they just they can’t handle the security thing and

00:39:15.060 –> 00:39:17.260
They’re not letting me they have had

00:39:17.260 –> 00:39:22.560
Well, the other problem is – they haven’t had any independent security audits either or they they haven’t been good anyway

00:39:22.560 –> 00:39:24.780
and they keep getting exploited so I

00:39:25.420 –> 00:39:30.200
Guess I’m kind of pulling my endorsement of them. I’m using bitwarden. That’s open source

00:39:30.200 –> 00:39:34.240
You can get it for free. If you don’t want to spend money, you can get it for free

00:39:34.240 –> 00:39:38.700
They have the paid version which I use only because I like some of the paid features a little bit better

00:39:38.700 –> 00:39:40.960
But it is free it is open source

00:39:40.960 –> 00:39:44.480
And the reason why I like it it since it’s open source and since it is on hacker one

00:39:44.480 –> 00:39:47.620
They have they have their code all out there

00:39:47.620 –> 00:39:52.100
so anybody can you know see it and pretty much either fork it or can

00:39:52.660 –> 00:39:55.880
Take it and look at it and they find security vulnerabilities

00:39:55.880 –> 00:40:00.800
They can report that to them and then they they pay them and they patch those vulnerabilities

00:40:00.800 –> 00:40:04.320
Like I said, they encrypt their passwords a hundred a hundred thousand times

00:40:04.320 –> 00:40:10.480
So it’s much safer than last pass because they do encrypt it more and like I said, they do have just

00:40:10.480 –> 00:40:16.720
I personally being an open source and being a security person like the fact that there’s there unlike last pass

00:40:16.720 –> 00:40:19.520
These guys have had security audits. They publicly

00:40:19.520 –> 00:40:22.440
devolves their security

00:40:22.780 –> 00:40:28.420
There that they’ve actually had audits they publicly disclose the audits once they’ve passed all the holes to prove to you

00:40:28.420 –> 00:40:33.840
Last pass doesn’t do that. They said they’ve been ordered, but they never released the audit publicly bitwarden does

00:40:33.840 –> 00:40:39.140
which I think is really great as a password company to actually do that because

00:40:39.140 –> 00:40:44.740
It really shows the people. Hey, you know, we’re once we pass the holes. We’re not afraid to disclose everything to you

00:40:44.740 –> 00:40:47.820
So they do disclose all of those findings

00:40:48.540 –> 00:40:53.940
Like I said, they are open source. So their source code is open on github. They do have a hacker one set up

00:40:53.940 –> 00:40:54.880
so if

00:40:54.880 –> 00:40:59.780
You go if you are somebody it’s in the security industry you go there and you look through their code say oh

00:40:59.780 –> 00:41:03.380
There’s a problem here. This really needs to be fixed you submit it to them you get paid for it

00:41:03.380 –> 00:41:08.300
So it’s a bug bounty program. They’re just doing such a better job at

00:41:08.300 –> 00:41:15.180
Being more being careful with customer security than last passes. They’re more open than last passes

00:41:15.180 –> 00:41:21.740
their code is publicly accessible last pass tries to keep everything hidden, you know security through obscurity, which does not work and

00:41:21.740 –> 00:41:30.080
Bit warden it’s a lot tougher. I mean in a sense of as far as a product goes it is a little bit tougher because

00:41:30.080 –> 00:41:36.420
They do make you put your password in a lot. They do have a lot of little hurdles you have to get over but

00:41:36.420 –> 00:41:40.100
You know as far as a password manager goes

00:41:40.620 –> 00:41:46.720
It definitely is more secure why it is a pain in the butt a little bit more because some of their the things you have

00:41:46.720 –> 00:41:48.720
To do it is much more secure

00:41:48.720 –> 00:41:52.320
Now moving from last past a bit warden is not that difficult

00:41:52.320 –> 00:41:58.200
You basically have to go ahead and you can go download the Mac client or the Windows client

00:41:58.200 –> 00:42:00.920
You completely export your password library

00:42:00.920 –> 00:42:07.280
And then you just go and write over to bit warden hit import and it says import from where you say last pass

00:42:07.420 –> 00:42:14.780
And hit the import button and that’s it you delete that file off your computer and then you go in and you reset your last pass

00:42:14.780 –> 00:42:20.760
Account to default so it resets everything back to factory and then you close your account and that’s it

00:42:20.760 –> 00:42:22.800
And then all your stuff is in bit warden

00:42:22.800 –> 00:42:27.540
So I just wanted to bring that up because I know I’ve said you guys many times I use last pass I use last pass

00:42:27.540 –> 00:42:32.680
But I’ve since then stopped bit warden it does it does lack some of the features

00:42:33.560 –> 00:42:37.940
To a certain degree. I mean most of them are the same but I will say this though as

00:42:37.940 –> 00:42:44.140
as somebody who I’m willing to do things more difficulty if it’s more secure and

00:42:44.140 –> 00:42:48.540
while bit warden at times is kind of pain in the butt because there is a

00:42:48.540 –> 00:42:56.380
Lot more that has to go into it because of just the way they do it and there is sometimes little hurdles to get over

00:42:56.380 –> 00:42:58.840
It definitely is

00:42:59.080 –> 00:43:03.600
Much more secure and like a lot of like couple people like I know my wife was messing with the other day and she’s like

00:43:03.600 –> 00:43:06.140
Why not some more has been it’s so many freaking times

00:43:06.140 –> 00:43:08.800
I don’t like because they’re securing your you know

00:43:08.800 –> 00:43:13.680
There’s the way they secure it if you don’t you have to log in so often so if you walk away from your computer

00:43:13.680 –> 00:43:18.300
It locks it so not your computer but locks the password vault. So nobody can just walk up and steal your passwords

00:43:18.300 –> 00:43:23.380
You want to do autofill you have to click on it doesn’t want to forget to click it and it says you sure yes

00:43:23.380 –> 00:43:27.260
So you don’t want to fill a password or you don’t want to I mean, they’re not not big things

00:43:27.260 –> 00:43:30.260
But little things enough that should be that way so it’s more secure

00:43:30.260 –> 00:43:34.660
So I just wanted to let everybody know that that’s listening that if you are somebody

00:43:34.660 –> 00:43:39.860
Who has listened to my endorsements and has said oh I want to use last pass. That’s what I use

00:43:39.860 –> 00:43:44.580
I am using bit warden now. I would recommend you get off last pass and go to bit warden

00:43:44.580 –> 00:43:50.080
If you are gonna stay on last pass, I would say definitely reset your master password

00:43:50.080 –> 00:43:53.140
and I would suggest resetting some of the other passwords that you use and

00:43:53.980 –> 00:43:57.820
If you’re gonna stay on it, like I said use it at your own risk. I’m not really happy with them

00:43:57.820 –> 00:44:03.660
The way they’re handling things the way they were spawning things the way they’re keeping everything hush-hush. I’m just not happy

00:44:03.660 –> 00:44:06.100
so I just wanna let you guys know that I haven’t been on the air in a while, but

00:44:06.100 –> 00:44:13.220
You know, I did want to just tell you guys that first first thing but a couple things in so this way you could you know

00:44:13.220 –> 00:44:17.260
If you want to get off it and you have any questions, like I said reach out to me

00:44:17.260 –> 00:44:20.820
You know on Twitter or on my Mastodon instance

00:44:21.460 –> 00:44:25.300
And I can go ahead and answer any questions you have any security question anything you have

00:44:25.300 –> 00:44:30.720
Please feel free to tell me I want to help you guys stay safe and secure as possible and I do what I can

00:44:30.720 –> 00:44:36.540
I know we’re not a security podcast and I don’t really plan on doing a security podcast because I like doing the podcast I do

00:44:36.540 –> 00:44:36.940

00:44:36.940 –> 00:44:42.300
But I try to sneak this stuff in there when I can it’s important and just try to kind of give you guys a public

00:44:42.300 –> 00:44:44.420
Service of what’s going on? So I am gonna wrap it up

00:44:44.420 –> 00:44:50.380
I want to thank everybody for listening and we will see you on the next episode. Thank you very much