Live Stream with Jay & George

0:06 Good morning Winners', happy Thursday to you, 20, 22 i...

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Good morning Winners', happy Thursday to you, 20, 22 is your year.
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You guys are making it your year, shriram, having a blast.
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Nope, you guys are too.
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Good morning George.
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Good morning, Jay. How are our things on your side of the world?
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Things are very good.
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Things are very, very good apps, very, very good.
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What do you know?
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Really good. I'm gonna take the family and we're gonna go see some other family that we haven't seen in a couple of years, and so I'm going to enjoy that. So I know the people that are listening now. You'll listen to what it is right, the second. But anybody, this will be posted tonight, because I have quite a drive ahead of me. I probably won't get Intel where we're going to need to be till about nine o'clock. So it's going to be a late or tomorrow morning posting on this one, but, you know, this is, this is a little trivia.
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Do you know? who was born on July 31st, 2022?
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And if anybody wants to, and everybody knows, I would say, I would say 75% of the people know this person.
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And if anybody knows who was supposedly born July 31, 2022, put it into the question area, because I thought this was hilarious.
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And now we I I don't see it. You are correct, Renee.
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George Jetson was born July 31, 2022. So he is just an infant, and we'll see if what what he has in the cartoons comes to pass.
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So, yeah, there, we have it.
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Jay, do you know who George Jetson is?
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Ah, I do not, again, just a cartoon character way back in the day. I think he started like, It was only a two year stint or to your cartoon. But I remember watching that as a as a kid. George Jetson Space Age, he worked for Spatially sprockets. Oh, yeah, yeah. And you space to route around unlike a floating little bar, with a bubble top on it, yeah, I remember that Now.
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Exactly because I know when when those appear, you will, because you are a car guy. You will probably have one of the first I'm guessing. I don't know, would you like to drive on tires or on air.
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Well, I'll tell you something, I've got a little bit of time in a helicopter, so maybe about 15 hours of helicopter flight, which I'm Joyce, and I'm talking about flying the helicopter.
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But I really, really think I'm holding out for the drones.
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You know what I think are really wanna brought in as a drone probably a Bentley drones.
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OK, I'm sure it'd be a Bentley, Jerome.
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But yeah.
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I think I would, I think that would enjoy that. I really do.
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I bet you would. Yeah. So, yeah.
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Oh, little fun trivia. We'll see how we will see how George does in the future.
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Yeah, if anybody, if anybody here has been over to Dubai and been able to see the little flying drones that they're using to take you from the airport over to the top of your hotel, I'd love to hear about it, love to hear about it.
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I, you know, I know two people who have hung out in Dubai, one is a client that I work with every now and then, and another one is a mutual friend. Jay, Nice, so, we'll have to ask him to see if this ever done it.
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OK, yeah, Let's see, you know what?
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I might as well take the reins and do a little ***** chat to see.
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OK, I posted this last night because I thought, Wow, a couple of people wrote in, and they were like, Oh, my gosh, you need to let everybody know that, you know, the ... of wallets have been targeted.
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I read this, and I haven't checked on it this morning at all, but they're not quite sure. They believe it's a flaw in not just in one wallet, but probably some core components, because it's really only affecting hot wallets, meaning. Wallets that you might have on your cell phone, wallets that you might have on your desktop, kinda like an exodus, or an atomic. And as Jay has always said, and as I've always said, You don't keep very much money in those wallets if you want to be secure.
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Put it on a hardware wallet, and in fact, I had a little debate with someone who is in the black lab dot net. There's a telegram channel, and it is only talking tech.
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It's tech techie people. I know Jetter Red hangs out there. I try to get in there as much as I can, but it's just people helping people making suggestions. If there are any shenanigans I have zero patients for that and you get booted so tech only, but someone in there was saying, oh, you know I don't like the ledger.
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It's too, it's too hard to use, and I don't mean to put this person down, but I that is their opinion, and I have the exact opposite. To being secure. Being safe, being private is not easy.
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It's difficult. That's why the strong survive and the weak gets stolen from.
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And my feeling on this is anybody that has a ton of money in a hot wallet, you are waiting to be stressed out.
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And I will never recommend for large amounts. Sure. I have a little bit in Exodus. I have some on my hair dera Wallet that's on my phone That's the only wall that I have because I create because I've said this time and time again Wallets for other people and that's easiest way to snap a QR code and create it.
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But I don't hold a lot of coins, or a lot of value in anything, but A Something is secured by a ledger. So you know with people freaking out.
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They should freak out.
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Maybe over a thousand dollars possibly too If they have stuff in a hot wallet, but we don't know what. We don't know and obviously these people that have lost a lot of money or a lot of coins, I should say a lot of value?
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Aye.
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He you know we're we're We're playing with fire and I will come out Instated again.
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I would only hold my Valuable coins and value high value And you have to define what high value is because $5000 may be High value for for you.
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I would keep it controlled, locked up, safe, on a hardware wallet.
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Whether it's a ledger, whether it's a treasurer, whether it's something else, I don't care, but it's not easy and if you want to get stressed out, go for it, because the next part of my little rant is that I worked with someone today. Or actually not today this week, and I thought he was with the group, and he wasn't, He had.
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He was recommended by, someone in the group to me, and he had, oh, boy, he had a lot of hacks that was, was locked up.
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And it was well over, it was about a half a million dollar value right now.
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And he could not gain access to it because he wasn't sure what wallet was It was in was it met?
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a masked wallet was treasurer we worked back and forth, you know most of the time.
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Wow, I should say and stuff like this It's kind of a counseling session. Like, OK, what did you do? Where is it? You?
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Know, I worked with him a bit, and basically, what it came down to, was he did not take the necessary notes to know where it was, and where it was, was on a, So they call it this the 25th word. I think Treasure.
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Calls it Hidden Wallet and if you're going to create some Complexity in your life, please document the complexity.
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And it may be OK to write it down on a piece of paper, but if you have a flood like happened, happened in Turkey. If you have fires like happens in California, 365, you know, all the time, you may lose that. So if you're going to have notes on, oh, this is where my, My hex is, because it's a couple of years later, I'll put it in something like LastPass.
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Put it in, your password manager, in a notes field so that you don't lose that because, you know, I really felt for the guy and when we hung up, it hadn't been, it hadn't been found, I gave him some homework on, some suggestions of where I thought it was, because it was just guessing, because there weren't the necessary notes on where it was.
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And, you know, it was a hidden wallet that he tried what he had written his password down, but it wasn't the right pass phrase, or password, or 25th word. So document that all. If you're going to be complex, And honestly, I would not recommend unless you are really high net worth, unless you really are aware, unless you really take good notes to create a hidden wallet.
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I worked with someone else that was in this group and their stuff was locked up behind a hidden wallet on treasure.
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And they didn't have the password, well, it came about six weeks later. They called me back and said, I had a dream, and the dream gave them to the password. So, you know, thank God.
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The guy was, you know, was really lucky, But don't put complexity in your life unless you really need that complexity.
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Keep things simple, You know. A hardware wallet is really going to be cracked. If you just do it the basic way. Some of these things are designed for a higher end, high net worth, just, you know, keep it simple or keep really, really good notes, because in this example.
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If you have a hidden wallet in your treasurer, the password, the spaces, the capitalizations, punctuations all count.
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If you have an extra space at the end, If you have a Capital that is forced on the first No word because Sometimes The the OS is do that you know all of that really counts? Keep it simple until you feel comfortable or until you take really good secure notes?
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OK, I think enough on that one, but let's see.
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I had a couple people Also talk about The weight coyne because Pulse chain we've been waiting over a year since last time.
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Well the first time Richard said, oh it's going to be out by August 2021 Well, look at my calendar. It's August fourth, 2022, and now someone has decided to put out a weight coin. I'm not gonna really go over it. You can look at Al, I'll leave a link to the white paper, I read through a little bit I.
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I saw what it was about. You have to have sacrificed to participate. And you can put your, was it there was a link, yeah, the free tool.
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You can go down to the demo site and you can put your Ethereum address and see what it is, The weight token. I haven't checked what the value was.
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It's not that much if you want to pay the Ethereum fees to claim it more power to you.
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But I think the value on this, wait token.
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I don't know what it is I think when it's going to be released. It's going to be a pump and dump because it really doesn't have a value other than getting something free and Distracting you from a pulse chain still not being released. So you know if you claim it, I would get out of it within you know whenever it pumps because there's no real use case for for this coin. So do you really want to spend your Ethereum fees on claiming something that you have no idea what it may end up being, and you know it's it's a risk.
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So that is That's kind of all I really had today. Oh, we looked at, you know, I said it was going to be 15 minutes and look at 9 15.
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So, I'm, I'm really kind of guessing, well today, well, so you're right on time.
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Hmm, hmm, hmm, hmm, So before I go into this, I want to ask our audience, you guys interested in a dream building session today, just a little, maybe 15, 20 minute dream building session length. Let's just see what people are saying.
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You guys might be in a foul mood, you don't want to see any cool, unbelievable things that are available on Planet Earth.
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Oh, yes! Yes, Yes, Sure, OK? Tim says OK.
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Lets you dream yash let the dreams fly loving dream build me, Let's have it All right.
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So I'm going to share my screen with you Hey, ladies, don't tune out. I got that the first part.
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I'm going to do here is for the ladies First part is for the ladies.
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We're going to do ladies first, men, second, although some of the ladies are going to enjoy the second part, I'll tell you right now.
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Let's take a look.
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I'm going to thank you for that, your feedback, guys, because I will wouldn't do this if you guys were not interested.
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I'm interested. I'm always building my dream.
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I think why you do something in your lifetime is more important than how you do it.
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And I want to preface my dream session with the points of and the last year, my wife and I.
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before we've bought a house before we've set ourselves up.
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We have bought 1, 2, 3, or five automobiles for other people, five automobiles for other people, and every one of them, 20, 20 plus 20, 20, 20, 20, 120, 22 year model, every one of them, We have purchased 1, 2, 3 for homes, for other people.
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one of those homes, now, look, the homes are all pretty similar, They're all, you know, in between, probably 3500 feet, up to about 10,500 feet.
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We're not talking about, you know, little 1500 square foot home chair. We're talking about very nice homes. one of them was $735,000.
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We've bought five homes this year, or in the last year, for other people.
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So I don't want you guys, to get your judgemental.
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You know, little high horse go and OJ spent some money on himself.
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Because I want you to note, we believe in giving first, and that is just as big of a dream for us as doing something for ourselves.
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Doing something for ourselves is amazing. Doing something for someone else is 10 times as amazing.
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OK, and I've already had a life, a lot of nice stuff in my life, but you know, it's really cool and I'm gonna share this with you. I'm gonna start with the Ethereum chart.
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And then we're gonna go right into it, so you guys bear with me, let me share my chart.
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I'm going to grab that board from you.
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George.
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All yours.
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Now all righty.
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All right, A couple of weeks ago, guys.
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Well, you know, two thirds of the group we had, here at the Bitcoin Academy have left And they've either sold their crypto, ganaway, crypto sucks, crypto jaye, sucks, blah, blah, blah. Right?
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Couple of weeks ago, I was down here on the bottom, I start buying Ethereum.
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And I start buying data, and I'll start buying Cardona. What did I tell you guys?
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I'm going very heavy, heaviest in Ethereum, heaviest in Ethereum.
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People asked me, what kind of money are you thinking about putting here, oh, I don't know, 2, three, $4 million?
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Somewhere in that neighborhood.
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So, all those purchases are down in here.
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And I even got a few in here, But most of them down in here, obviously, I've told you guys very tough to catch the exact bottom, if you're, you're bottom hunting, you're going to, you're going to be a long time waiting.
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then you guys got a message from me that over 1700, I'm selling a portion, a portion of that position.
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Well, that portion of that position was a very, very nice chunk of change in addition to the big chunk of change, we're sitting on outside the market.
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So, my wife and I, we both have birthdays in the summer and so a lot of times, our birthdays are not too, too many weeks apart, and so a lot of times, we'll do a little birthday celebration month and sometimes we take a trip sometimes we do nothing at all.
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Sometimes we, you know, take a jet ride and go on a day date, right? Whatever it is.
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This year, I decided to do something.
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What I think is really, really cool, warm abroad, and then we did something that we both can enjoy. So for the ladies first.
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I just want to show you guys what a near Very Near, like, almost, George, can you see that rotating? Yeah, I think you can.
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Yep, yep, sure, can what a near perfect Diamond looks like? I can't show you the one I got, which is almost six Carats, just a little under six carrots.
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This is very similar, I bought the cushion cut with a little bit of a Long ....
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This is the Princess Cut and I hope that build Your dream.
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Because that's just the stone, that's before you have the ring made, That's before you put the other carrot and a half of stones all around it. That's just picking out a near, perfect stone.
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And when you get close to 6, 6 carriage, you can go up another 60, $70,000 all day on a near Perfect.
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So D in color is colorless as the highest grade you can get FL is the highest grade you can get in clarity and Then after that, then the only other thing, you can get better on this particular stone I got would have been the cut, the cut was ideal plus but there's one level above that on the cut and when you get to that kind of stone We're talking Jennifer Lopez.
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We're talking know the princess over in England. I think she's wearing a 12 carrot because it was passed down from Princess Diana.
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We're talking about some of the big players on the planet that when I walk around, people go, Holy, cow, Look at that rock on her finger.
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Well, guys, I'm going to tell you something, my wife.
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He never asks for anything.
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I can't remember in six years, something she asked me for, literally.
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Oh, baby, I just want one of these, never.
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He never asked for anything.
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See, so, happy.
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And so, content with all the peace and the joy radiating out of the inside of her, she never asked for anything.
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She doesn't ask for new clothes. She doesn't ask for shoes. She doesn't ask for anything.
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Now I buy them for her, because I like spoiler, But she never asks for a thing.
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She goes and does a few things in her life and I'm constantly telenor baby.
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Use your black card, baby, use your black card, I can tell you in six years, she's used my black card one time.
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I mean, it's her black card, it's got her name on it. But I pay the bill.
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She uses her money.
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Her credit cards, her checkbook, when I met her, she was already a millionaire.
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She never, ever asks me for anything.
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Now, I don't ask her for anything either, like I pay everything, I pay all of our expenses, I pay for everything we do as a couple.
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And as I say, I'll do my best to try to spoil her. But she never asked for a thing. And she would never, ever even dream of asking for something like this.
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So what I did, ladies was I picked her out of stone and then I picked out a setting which I'll show you now.
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And I want you to watch this full NaN because this is absolutely gorgeous.
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And, man, those of you that are maybe not that crazy about doing some live this, but maybe some of you are excited about putting something like this on your wife's hand and blow on her ever live in mind.
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Haven't made an alarm B That's a three carat, by the way what you're seeing there on that finger is a three carat, stone.
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The stone I purchase is twice that size in that same cut with all those same diamonds and the split shank.
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Absolutely a gorgeous. Gorgeous ring.
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So, it pays to hang around, watch, or when those trades come about.
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I was just thinking about it yesterday.
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A couple of months ago, I was putting trades out on sand token, which we took profits on twice.
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Yeah, there's a lot of people that want away from this channel, all upset and angry, because we didn't get out at the top. Or maybe they came in too late, and they put money in at the top.
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Or then there's those people who took out no profit, They just pivoted everything, and now they're back down 80%.
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And I get it.
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But look, those are your decisions.
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I never said to people, don't take your profits, just pivot at all. We're gonna get wealthy.
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No, no, no, no, no, I did many, many, many videos trying to, without telling you what to do, coercing you guys, saying it might be a good idea here. If you take some of this money home. We've been in a long bear market.
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Those of you that have been here 3, 4 years, this has been a long bear market.
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Some of those people are doing some of these amazing things. I'm going to OK, we're gonna go to you guys now.
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Let me just get this pulled up.
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So August 20th, 20 20, August 20th, 2021, I built this car on Bentleys website.
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I built several of them.
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This one I built, not kind of, like, did an awful lot, and so I took the pictures off of it, put them on my phone, and from time to time, I'll just pull them up, look at them, and I go, Yep. There it goes.
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There goes, ah.
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When I'm in my meditation, I see myself pulling up to my jet at the top down.
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And the valet got taken the car from intake and and putting it in the, in the warehouse or in the hangar.
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Yep. I'll see myself riding through the mountains.
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This is a car. You absolutely have to take to the mountains.
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I see myself riding through the mountains with my wife, I see me taking pictures of her leaning up against the car.
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Good! But believe me when I tell you, She makes Dicarlo really, really, really freaking good.
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I took these pictures and put them on my phone.
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I would say, probably once a week.
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I just go to them and I've got them in their own little file.
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And I'll look through them, and I remind myself, there, it goes off.
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Guys, I do know payments.
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I didn't know payments.
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When I buy something, it's mine.
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Titles in my desk drawer.
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Nobody can take it from me.
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No, no bad economy, can take it from it. You don't have to sell it because you gotta buy groceries.
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Now, when I built this car, I wasn't that familiar with Bentleys website, and I left out some things that I actually got on the actual car.
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This one here has a carbon fiber.
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No wrap around in it.
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What I ended up with was with the black piano, I'll show it to you in a second.
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This has landed on black, I went with the speed package, and the mall on our package show it has all the diamond stitching.
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No, these cars have two co op, actually over two kilometers of stitching, hand stitching that goes on in this leather on these bentleys, over two kilometers of hand stitching.
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Also, you see right here on the dash, let me, let me go to this picture, see here, the three little dials.
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This is a triple rotating dash and honor of James Bond.
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1 on one side is, the, is actually just carbon fiber, one side has these dials, and one side has the navigation.
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W 12, by the way.
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Can't imagine why you forget anything else. Now let me just show you, I was about to buy this car.
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This is a 2020.
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You'll see the different spec Wheels than the one that I built, which I like these even better, and they're 20 twos.
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This has the black line version where everything's black land around.
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You can see the piano finish here with the Chrome Penne stripe, and it also has the elimination package.
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So, right under that pinstripe is an illuminated light, that you can change all the colors on.
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OK, I took a, got a picture of the back seat, so you could see the, the diamond stitching OK, and then the seats, up the sides there.
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Now, this is, the car was about two, by 2020, and the dealer said, hey, listen, we have a client who has this exact car, specked out, supposed to be in a few days to town steering wheel.
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Just absolutely decked out, got the flip screen on it, everything you can get on one.
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This car here was a 2 78 spec, and then, it had $98,000 worth of options. So, $376,000 in 202076.
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The one coming in, which is at 2022, and the speed model, with all the options, including the name, audio, everything, got everything on it.
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And it's this exact spec, same wheels, same red calibers, same, you name it. It's got the same black line on it.
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There was 1 or 2 small differences that were insignificant.
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By the way, convertible Blacktop, W 12, 3, 98, was the sticker on it with all the options put on the car.
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And the gentleman basically prepaid first car.
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Now, you can't, he needs out of it. The car hadn't even come in yet.
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So the dealer is trying to sell his prepay.
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And so I went to wheeling and dealing.
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It made me one heck of a deal on a 2022.
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It should be to my house in about 11 days.
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No, nine month wait, because you know what, I'm blessed, comin' and goin'.
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So, if you're blessed, come in and go and you shouldn't be wait nine months.
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Things should just happen for you.
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And so, anyway, this summer, I've put a Bentley on my wife's finger.
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And now, I've put a Bentley in the driveway for us to route around him.
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Now, by the way, this was after we gave a **** of a lot of money away, and did a **** of a lot of really wonderful things for people that, that, that needed, that.
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Some of them needed, that some of them, it was just a blessing in their life.
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But for people that needed it, too, most of these people, by the way, were in their seventies and eighties, They put everything they had into whatever their life's work was, and now, at the end of their life, life wasn't working.
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Could you imagine being 80 years old and living in a rental?
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Not having a paid for home after raising three children, putting them through college, really nice fonds goals. And the 80 years old, you're living in a rental, and you're still paying on that college?
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Well, the person I'm talking about, they're not doing that anymore.
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Because my wife and I took care of that.
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Now, they're actually, he and his wife are actually dating each other again for the first time.
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Because they're not scared to death of how they're going to make it to the end of their life, That feels good.
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That feels way better than riding around in a Bentley Bella's cool.
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Cool car. I'm looking forward to cruise in it.
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But look, I've had all the cars.
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They're cool. They're like, they're nice. They're awesome.
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But the reality is, keep the dream alive.
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No, I had pictures of homes on my phone, too.
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The kind of home I wanted to buy, people that needed it.
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I used to look at those, and I used to sit there and go through the emotions in my head of what it's going to be like to give that house away.
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What it's gonna be like to tell that person what I'm doing, when the money's finally in place.
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We had another couple that, Uh, It's in their seventies.
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She works in a factory.
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He's a construction worker, all his life.
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Some of the finest people you ever meet.
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And he fell last year and broke his hip, broke his back.
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And all he talked about, the whole time he was down was, I gotta get better. You get back on the job. Bills are stacking up.
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They've got to a bit of a breaking point. Both of them got coven.
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Twice.
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My wife and I stepped down. We wrote a big check. We handled all their stuff.
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Put them back on their feet, pay in their house Ulf.
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Right now, it's a matter of fact, paying their house off.
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People that needed it.
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So don't get on your. Don't get on your judgemental horse. Build your dream. I don't care what your dream is. Your dream doesn't have to be a Bentley.
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Your dream doesn't have to. You may not even be married.
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You may not ever have a dream of putting a rock like that on, on someone you care so much about. let me just tell you something.
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Nobody moves me, like my wife.
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Nobody impacts my life like that woman does.
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Nobody.
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And if this world makes it, and they do it, I'll make sure she has it.
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And as I said before, she requires none of it.
34:17
George, back me up here. You've met her.
34:20
Absolutely.
34:21
She requires nothing, ladies and gentlemen.
34:24
She's the most happy human being you'll ever be around. She's the most joyful human being you'll ever be around. She has a 24 hour smile on her face.
34:34
And it has nothing to do with her ring or a Bentley.
34:38
It has nothing to do with whether we're traveling.
34:42
Or whether I remember when I met her, I had a house at the coast, but I also had an apartment I was renting.
34:48
And when I met her, she came and stayed with me for 45 days in my apartment, she was just just found in my apartment, and she was, at my house, shouldn't care.
34:56
She cares not about any of that stuff, She cares about what's on the inside of a human being.
35:03
She's taught me a tremendous amount about that very topic.
35:10
About the importance of what's inside of a human.
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What they're made of, what their character is.
35:17
What their joy or not is.
35:22
Well, I'm gonna go to your questions now, and I'm gonna see what you guys have to say about all this, because I hope that this build your dream a little bit. Some of you may be, some of you not.
35:31
But I'd like to see what you guys had to show, so let me go to that.
35:36
I'm gonna go down here, to where you guys are at stunning beauty of a stone and such an eloquent setting.
35:44
What a lovely, thoughtful gift for your wife. It's also a solid investment, way to go.
35:52
Yeah, you know, I gotta tell you something. I don't buy any.
35:55
I don't buy any jewelry ever for an investment.
35:59
Not ever. I appreciate what you're saying, and I agree. It is a good investment.
36:04
The thing is, is when you're, when I'm buying a piece of jewelry like that as a gift, it will never, ever be so sold.
36:14
She will leave this planet still, having that, that ring.
36:18
And by the way, she still has the ring I gave her when we got married, which wasn't too shabby.
36:24
Wasn't nothing like this, but nothing like this. one, too shabby.
36:31
We're talking about No Under 50 grand, and now we're talking about several hundred thousand.
36:41
But but but the thing is, is this, you know when you're when you're buying a piece of jewelry for your spouse, who is your life partner?
36:52
That those people are supposed to leave this planet, still having that, or passing that on to someone else.
36:58
So I don't ever look at it as an investment, because it'll never be sold.
37:11
What exactly is a black card? I know you told us before, but I can't remember. Would you refresh?
37:17
Ah, we won't take time on that here.
37:20
You can just Google that, What a black card is?
37:23
There's a couple of different ones. There's a black card luxury card by Master gardeners of Black card by American Express.
37:30
The black card by American Express has gone a little private.
37:33
You've got to be a $300,000 a year, swipe over to get an offer of the black card from the American Express.
37:44
Basically, a card that's made of metal comes with A can't see air service for anything and everything you ever want to do. You just call them up and they book it, handle it, do it.
37:54
And an unlimited credit line.
37:57
But a car on it Or If you want to put a Bentley on it or if you want to.
38:01
Marsha says, Stunning!
38:03
Hmm, hmm, hmm, hmm, hmm.
38:09
Is your wife doing one on ones? She has cut her calendar way back.
38:16
Am working on some other things in her life, there's still a couple of people that she's been doing one-on-one for a long time, But right now, you'd be hard pressed to get a session with her.
38:29
Maybe if you've done a few sessions with her in the past, maybe, but don't know that she's taken on new clients right now.
38:54
Is organic natural flavor, OK?
39:00
That's a random question, while we're showing cars and diamonds, but let's go to that, I don't know.
39:06
I know that natural flavors, I did a lot of research on the word natural flavors and food a long time ago.
39:13
And, um.
39:16
When you look into it, you find out that Congress passed a few laws that allows food manufacturers to put 1200 different.
39:29
Shall we say, chemicals, I call it a shitstorm of chemicals, chemicals, and different things in your food under the guise of natural flavors.
39:40
They just put natural flavors and they don't have to list the 27 chemicals they put in your food.
39:45
You say, Well, how do you know they did it? Well, I'll tell you, what you do. You go to the store.
39:50
And you buy you, I'd say, Well, I'll tell you, what all of you do.
39:52
All of you do this, go to the store, and go to that little section in the store where you get those tortilla shells.
40:02
Know, there's like really big ones for a burrito. Then there's medium ones and they're small ones for like a soft taco. These are all the soft shells OK.
40:10
There's like five brands and no whatever.
40:14
Turn it over and it goes, oh, water, flour, sugar.
40:18
You know, almost says almost nothing and like no preservatives written on the front.
40:24
Well, let me just tell you something.
40:25
If you buy real bread at a bakery and you bring it home and you cut into it and you don't put it in the fridge, in about 3 or 4 days, it's bits molding because it really doesn't have preservatives in it.
40:39
If you bake a loaf of bread?
40:41
I do this all the time.
40:43
And you don't use that bread and you don't put it in the freezer or in the frigerator.
40:48
If you put in the frigerator, you can get an extra five days out of it six days, with no preservatives so the refrigerator will preserve it.
40:57
But you buy something at the store that shows you it has six ingredients and no preservatives and natural flavors, and just lay it on your counter or even put it in your refrigerator.
41:08
And three months from now, it'll still be good.
41:12
What did they put in it? that three months from now it's still good?
41:16
Because when I make those same items out of no gluten free, organic flower, blah, blah, blah, Yvonne Itam, man, they go bad.
41:28
So what the **** are they putting in it? This, not on the label?
41:32
I would not trust it.
41:34
I would not trust it. I am a verify, not trust kinda guy.
41:40
Today, I can tell you unequivocally that I trust, George.
41:45
And the reason why is because I've verified it.
41:50
I verified it.
41:52
If you're new in my life, I don't trust you.
41:56
I will be working on verifying you to see if you're a trustworthy person.
42:01
And that goes a little bit at a time.
42:04
Little bit at a time, until all of a sudden, it's just trust.
42:16
So important to keep the dream alive through visual creation. Way to go, auto is stunning. Thank you, Ms. Brandy.
42:35
Finally got a big distributor in mind, Let left leg for life Wave, and now the passive income is flowing.
42:43
Thanks for the introduction. Oh, you're welcome.
42:48
Gil says in capital letters. Thanks for this.
42:51
You're very welcome Guys, You got to know this stuff works like again, why else would you do it? You're your dream could be something else?
43:01
Know Your drink. I'll tell you guys what one of my dreams is right now. So so this stretches me right now.
43:08
one of my dreams is to now after having experienced the private travel.
43:14
one of my dreams is to have either a My own jet not the fraction of a jet.
43:23
Not where you own two shares of a jet, but where you have your own jet or B You own so many shares of that jet That what I want to get to is that my jet time is as convenient in my life as my car time.
43:44
So, for example, I haven't seen Jorgen, what, George, two years, 2.5 years?
43:50
Oh, yeah, it's been awhile.
43:52
Yeah, yeah, it was November.
43:55
Go ahead now, remember what?
43:58
I was gonna say it was November, it was election, year, 2019, that's when they went up.
44:05
Whenever.
44:05
we're maybe 2020, Yeah, yeah, OK.
44:10
So, yeah, it must have been 2019.
44:14
Because now, Because it'll actually next.
44:17
So, the point is, is it is giorgia, my friend.
44:21
George is someone I care about, and we talk fair enough, but you know what? Every now and then, I want to give him a hug around the neck.
44:29
So what I want, as a dream of mine, is, I want my jet time to be as convenient to me as my car time.
44:37
I don't even think about getting in my car, and driving across town, to have lunch with somebody that I know or care about, Don't even think about it.
44:44
I want my jet time to be like that.
44:47
I want to not have to think about it, and I call up rich, and I call up George, and I call up pawl.
44:55
And Justin, and a couple of the guys, and I go, Hey, I'm starting on this end, I'm picking everybody up.
45:02
We're gonna go and we're gonna all meet up at this location.
45:06
I'm bringing the jet, we're gonna all eat lunch. We're gonna have a day of it, and we're gonna drop everybody off on the way back.
45:15
That's kind of what I'm, that's what I'm saying.
45:20
You gotta have dreams No matter what they are. They can be material items.
45:26
They can be sentimental items, they can be health dreams.
45:32
I have dreams for health.
45:35
one of my dreams is, and I'm working for it every day, is that no matter what age I get to, at every single age, I'm a picture of health.
45:44
It's called a dream.
45:46
Why is it a dream Because very few people can obtain it. Very few people get a chance to spend $380,000 on an automobile just to drive around.
45:57
It's a dream.
45:58
Very few people get to be 85 years old, and they still look like they're in their forties.
46:03
It's a dream.
46:04
Is it doable? It's 100% doable.
46:10
Hundred percent doable. So yes, keep your dreams alive goes, that's why I do that stuff.
46:14
I do that not, so that you go, oh yeah, look at J, go, or to be bragger, I've never been that person, I never will be that person. I remember exactly where I came from. Let me tell you where I came from, ladies and gentlemen.
46:29
I left home at 17 with a backpack and a car which are paid for some reason I can leave with it as it was mine.
46:39
Mom and Daddy didn't get me a car.
46:43
And I slept in that car until I could convince a manager of an apartment complex to rent an apartment under age.
46:54
Took me, about a week and a half, two weeks, to talk somebody into doing that, and then when I moved into that apartment, guess what I had. I had a backpack and an empty apartment. But I now could cook food.
47:06
I had a sink, I had a shower.
47:10
Every day I slept in my car, was shower, and at the gym.
47:14
Go the gym workout shower. Everybody that knew me there did not know a **** thing.
47:21
Duffle bag of clothes in the back of my car and a backpack.
47:25
And by the way, before you go, oh, man, that's so sad. Can I just tell you something the background I had before that?
47:33
I was so excited when I left home.
47:36
It was such an exciting time, even though sleeping in your car. It was such an exciting time because you know what I was out from under.
47:44
I was out from under this constant fricking nose, ring and noose around my neck of, of abusive parents of alcoholic abusive parents.
48:00
It's one of the most exciting times of my life.
48:03
So don't be too sad about it, but I'm just telling you, I remember where I came from.
48:08
And that's the reason why, no matter what you drive, no matter what size your rock is, no matter what your watch is, no matter how much money you have in the bank.
48:18
You treat human beings with respect, period.
48:24
And remember the world belongs to the encourager.
48:31
When I show you guys stuff like this, I hope it encourages you.
48:36
It's meant to encourage you.
48:41
Hello Jay, about a month ago, a family office bought 50 million impressions metals through Bill, Holter, and Miles Franklin.
48:48
First thing I thought was Jay got his nugget, haha, more of a comment than a question.
48:56
Hmm.
48:58
Yeah, that's what I heard, I heard that, he had the largest sale ever.
49:03
And that, it's nice to see, you wiped out a lot of people with Silver.
49:10
Where can I read about your car?
49:13
Go ahead. Yeah. Go ahead.
49:14
You know, I do want to share one story, because I think it, it shows people a lot of who you are, because, Jay, you're, you're not like everyone else you think differently. And this is how resourceful J is, because I go back to this story in my mind when you talk about flying. I know you flew and this is, you know, during Kovac Craziness.
49:37
And you got to the airport and there's supposed to be a car there and there was no car because well, it's kind of craziness. So, this is the story I remember you telling me you. You went to the Closest Home Depot and rented one of those trucks for $19 an hour.
49:55
And you took care of all your needs. Through that, I would not have thought of that. And the reason why I go back to that story is that, you don't think, like, like the rest of us, I'm trying to think more like you. And so, you're very resourceful, and that when people are out there and saying, Oh, J is doing this. J into J doesn't think like most people. So, you get things done, that most people don't get done. And so, no, I get to see that, and I think that, that it, it gives me the opportunity to step back and say, Wow, what am I lacking in my thinking process? And, I've learned so much from from, you just seen how you think, and how you treat the world, and how you create.
50:48
So, I just wanted to share that with, everybody, because that's what I go back to when, when I think that I'm stuck with something.
50:57
Yeah, if you guys want me a good laugh.
51:01
So we get to the state where we're flying too.
51:06
We're flying on a $27 million jet.
51:12
The airport, the actual airline nett Jets had lined up a rental car.
51:20
And we got there and that Airport had zero cars. They had no cars now in our rental cars, all right They'll tell you a little tell you. Oh, yeah, we got your Suburban all reserved you get there, nothing.
51:33
Well, we got this little Jeep can we can we interested in a Jeep?
51:37
No, we really got there and there was no rental cars to be had.
51:42
None to be had.
51:45
Um, and apparently net jets have been working on it our entire flight, which is a 3.5 hour flight.
51:53
So, I just jumped on my phone, downloaded Uber, call it an Uber, to come and get me.
52:01
Like, they have them right there at the airport, I, like, they were there, you know? because we're we fly into what's called an FBO.
52:09
Flight base operators, so that's usually a little bit off the beaten path at the airport. So you never go through an airport.
52:17
So in minutes, you know, a little small, Uber picks me up, and I, and I had looked at.
52:22
My phone, I was two miles from A Home Depot, and my issue was on this particular flight.
52:28
My wife and I.
52:31
I'm not gonna go into the details of why, but we had an awful lot of luggage with us, I mean a tremendous amount of luggage, like we had luggage that build up the luggage compartment.
52:40
We had, we had boxes of things in the, in the, in the up in the cockpit. I mean, up in the lounge area of the airplane, I mean, we had a lot of stuff, George, You remember the pictures.
52:53
I am sure you remember why.
52:55
Yes, anyway, um, so we had a lot of stuff with us.
53:00
I mean, we really, we had a suburban booked.
53:06
But at that point, it would have taken any rental car. And then we could have just made two trips if we needed 2 or 3 trips, probably realistically.
53:15
And so all I did was I just said, Hey, take me to the Home Depot.
53:19
And when I got there, they had one of those enclosed sprint or vans.
53:24
That was brand new, but the person who rented it had had hit something with it and all down the side of this brand-new sprint around, was just a big, long, huge crease, The whole side of the band was increased.
53:37
You should have seen me pull it up to the $27 million. Yeah, and the $19, an hour rental than to pick up on us. Far more as George Carlin used to say, Your stuff is ****, my **** stuff.
53:53
So anyway, it was absolutely hilarious.
53:58
But you know what?
53:59
When you come from the back of your car and a backpack, sleeping in your car, you know what, prod goes right out the window man.
54:07
Just get the job done.
54:09
Just get it done. Remember where you came from and it'll all be OK.
54:13
I just don't care what people think about me.
54:15
I stopped carrying what people think about me a long time ago.
54:20
Just like when, when people, you know, if people want to come on this channel and challenge me, they've got a problem because I'm a fighter.
54:29
I'm not like Cliff Haar.
54:31
I don't want to meet you and have a fistfight but I'm a fighter. I will defend myself. If you want to come off this channel and just run your mouth about me, god bless you.
54:40
I don't care, It's like water off a duck's back, doesn't bother me.
54:43
But if you're going to come here and challenge me, writes my face in front of everybody, all the people that I care about that are here, it's a big group of people that have been here a long time.
54:55
That's where I Bradley, You cannot stop a winner from winning and you can't stop a loser from losing. A loser will lose and lose and lose and a winner will do the exact opposite.
55:07
Yeah, we got it done.
55:11
Oh, right?
55:15
Miss Randy says she's addicted to salaries, huge loving, it, made me to my body craves it, I do 3, 4 days on him one day off, I just kinda follow Chinese medicine with that.
55:26
And it also gives you a nice break, because as much as my body craves it, it's not always phenomenal in my mouth.
55:34
Sometimes it just taste, it's just so bitter sometimes and I'm like, ah use a day off so I do 3 or 4 days on him one day or 3 or 4 days on one day.
55:44
So, we get about six days a week.
55:47
And I'll tell you something, we're going to do that the rest of our life and I'm looking forward to grow with it myself.
55:53
I don't know if you guys are aware, but the time the webinar comes up, you have been talking for awhile already. George been talking.
56:02
Well, maybe for some people, Timm, that happens, but you know, right when we open it, within seconds, there are people going, hey, guys, how are you and good morning to you, on top of the morning, to. Yeah, I, we can't understand it.
56:16
I used to just put that off and blame your internet for it, but I'm not going to do that because George tells me that's not the case.
56:23
He said there's just something going on with the goto webinar.
56:27
It's kinda hit and miss, and I experienced it a little while ago.
56:31
Um, and, you know, fortunately, there's a little bit of that. Well, this is always posted after the fact, but, you know, maybe we'll wait a minute, but, you know, we see people coming in and they can hear us right away.
56:45
So, it's hit and miss, If you have a VPN, I would, I would, you know, turn off your VPN when you come in, because it may put you at a lower no entry point. Or it's not as stable connection, but I don't know, You know, maybe I'll contact them and see if there's something they can do on their end, but I'm guessing not.
57:10
Let's see here.
57:18
By the way, there are several people here. You know, making comments about, yeah, you gotta keep the dream alive. Blah, blah, blah, different things about the dream, going back to that.
57:27
If I had my own aircraft, it's probably a global 7000.
57:34
Would be what I'd be looking at.
57:35
And those are $75 million, $75 million for the aircraft, and about 3.5 a million dollars a year. And, by the way, some of you would go, oh, my God, it's so much headache to own your own. It's not.
57:51
If you have $75 million to do that, like, first of all, let me say this, you don't do that when all you have is 75 million, just like you don't buy a $400,000 car, if all you got five million bucks, Maybe some people do, but I don't, I believe in delayed gratification.
58:12
So, if I'm buying a $75 million aircraft, you can bet I'm worth a couple of billion dollars if not more.
58:21
And what you do, is you go to the Top Company on the planet Nett Jets for this type of thing, and you put your plane in their Executive Jet management program.
58:34
Only one difference.
58:35
There executive jet management program is designed to earn new money by using the plane, the rest of the hours a year, that you're not going to use it.
58:46
It's not what I want to do. I don't want anybody on my airplane.
58:49
So you put it with them and you say, whatever it cost me, you have the plame where I want it, when I wanted it there, and nobody else, then you give them 3.5, $4 million a year for them to do that.
59:03
That's about, on a Global 7500, that's about what it'll cost you for pilots, hanging, landing, skill, all those things.
59:16
Maintenance program for, for you to fill out 4 or 500 hours a year.
59:22
That's about what it will cost you, is about 3.5, 4 million bucks on a global 7500.
59:27
On a smaller aircraft, you can probably do that for.
59:32
About 1,000,000.5.
59:34
So like a citation latitude or maybe a what we're flying on right now. Challenger 350.
59:41
Right.
59:43
Right.
59:46
I'm looking at deploying a few grand, but holding out, for, hopefully, I've dropped back down, my plan is just to make 100% to help.
59:54
Would travel plans this one? Or, do you think we'll have another leg down, or just consolidate till the next move up?
1:00:00
Just looking for your thoughts, you know, it's such a volatile time in the world I do think that something will come about, that will cause the price to go back down again.
1:00:11
Don't know if we just test the low, Make a new low.
1:00:13
Not sure what that looks like, but I do have that feeling that it's very very possible and that's again, why I'm looking to take these profits on Ethereum.
1:00:22
I'm in I've already taken a nice big chunk of and I thought to take the balance off here shortly speaking of which Before we finish any other questions. I'll tell you what I'm going to just show you guys on Bitcoin, what I think I see here.
1:00:39
Let me put my chart back up.
1:00:46
What I think I see that's happening is this.
1:00:51
So I think we're doing a very big zig-zag Or what, you know, you could even claim it to be an ABC but it's probably more of a zig-zag.
1:01:01
Here, Here, and this one will probably end right around Let's see. We'll see who put a date on it.
1:01:17
Maybe by about the 10th of August, 10th of the 12th of August, something like that.
1:01:27
That's kinda what I think we're doing. And if you look at Bitcoin, it's about the same.
1:01:30
Only, you know, it's being outperformed big.
1:01:40
So I'll do all of a sudden for you guys quickly, we'll go right back to your questions.
1:01:46
So this this upper trend line, it used to look like this, OK, it came across here by the way Let me move this line for a minute slot it other way.
1:02:00
I want to show you This is one of the things I talk to you guys about a lot.
1:02:04
When people are doing their YouTube videos and drawing their patterns, and I have, I have not been guilty of this. I've said to you guys, Hey, let's wait and see what the pattern actually ends up being.
1:02:17
So a lot of people had that pattern drawn right there, and while yes at the time. This is, this is when you had this much on the chart, OK.
1:02:27
So when you have Like that much on the chart, people had that pattern drawn, and they said, Oh my God, This is going to break down and go further OK.
1:02:38
Then the next thing that they drew was they came across here?
1:02:45
They kind of connected all those dots.
1:02:49
And I drew it like that, and they said, and they even drew this, like this, and they said, Oh my God, it's a, it gets kind of fall out of this bear channel.
1:02:57
Then what they did was I drew on their chart over here. They said, Oh, just like it did over here, look, just like it did over here.
1:03:03
This is about what's gonna happen next, folks, and guess what caused the price went up, and now it's actually, it went up out of that channel, back into that channel, up out of that channel, and now it's basing on the top of the channel.
1:03:18
OK?
1:03:21
When it went up the next time, you now had a new trend line that you could draw the line like this.
1:03:28
Which it's now hit twice, OK, it hit it here, and it hit it here, but the same way that it broke out of this upper trend line, it can break out of that one, too.
1:03:41
And in my view, this is just my view.
1:03:47
This is probably headed to 27.5.
1:03:51
And it's going to knock a lot of people.
1:03:56
Actually, probably 29,000, there's 28, 650, So, I don't think it's going to break this high up here, which is 32, 375.
1:04:11
I think it's going to come up and, and, and basically, hit its head on this, what used to be support level.
1:04:18
So, 28, five is kind of a good target, OK, when you take, when you take this channel right here that that is now putting in and you take this channel, what you realize right there is that this was your old channel? This is your new channel.
1:04:38
So now you can speculate on what your next channel will be, which by the way, lines up pretty good with that upper.
1:04:47
So, now you could say, OK, if we were going to go higher than that.
1:04:53
You see the distance between these two channels.
1:04:58
Maybe you do it like that, OK?
1:05:03
So now your distance is about the same.
1:05:06
And that puts you, uh, Probably around the middle of August, a little later.
1:05:17
Lilla, August two, a little later.
1:05:20
Now, does it have to do that, no. But it is trending on top of the channel, that it was once in?
1:05:26
And it's actually building a nice support there.
1:05:30
And on the pullback the pullback, there's low volume just like what you'll want to see.
1:05:35
High volume on the spike out low volume on the pullback.
1:05:41
Good volume on the way out low volume on the pullback.
1:05:45
So again, if we look at Bitcoin, And I'm going to get rid of some of these lines, so you're not so confused.
1:05:54
Let's get rid of that one.
1:05:57
Get rid of that one.
1:06:01
Let's see here. A?
1:06:06
A two here, probably.
1:06:08
So A, B, C, That's A This is probably B and now A, B C, which already has subways in it, so watch this.
1:06:23
A, B, see that's A.
1:06:29
This is just a zig-zag pattern, ABC down to there.
1:06:34
Then A A B, see up to here.
1:06:42
The sea leg, remember, will have five waves in it.
1:06:45
So if we do an A up and a B down, or, excuse me, if we do a one up and a two down, and the big three that gusts up to 28 7 hits outline, probably it'll base sideways, pullback some, and then go up a little more.
1:06:59
All the time that it's doing this, it's not going out the shorts, knocking out the shorts, knocking out the shorts, it's getting people to go along and getting people to go along. And then all of a sudden the bottom falls out.
1:07:13
At the end of the day, the bottom falls out.
1:07:17
Now, the other thing that can take place, if it's not going to go back down.
1:07:24
And this is, again, I'm gonna look at this off on more of a, we'll do a six hour chart.
1:07:39
This is one of the things that you always want to see in any move up, over, up.
1:07:52
Come back down, over, up, maybe up here, next time, comes back down, over up. You always want to see those stairs being built.
1:08:09
OK, say those are your stairs made of concrete, which is all your patterns inside, OK, but along the way, you're just stair stepping up.
1:08:21
Now, when you do that, there is a good chance.
1:08:24
This could go all the way up here and hit that line, and then just fall off.
1:08:32
And, if it goes all the way up to about 30, 1, 31, 5, in my opinion, I think that it's going to be, ah, not a new, low, not a new, low.
1:08:52
And we'll look at one more big picture here, which is this upper trend line.
1:08:56
We'll do that on the daily.
1:09:02
Here's your upper trend line.
1:09:05
Here's your lower trend line. We've only hit the bottom of that trend line twice.
1:09:10
OK, so this could very, very well could also the rest of summer, just do one of those to get you outta here. It also could do one of these pretty quickly in August to get you to there, but only put in a have like 31 6.
1:09:27
Then do that.
1:09:29
Then out, OK, when you've got a pattern, and this is a pretty big one, you typically want to see three different segments of the time that it's going to hit that low. We've hit it twice.
1:09:44
I know some of you would count these two, but all this together, all this is together, OK? Now you're looking for another one where it's like that.
1:09:54
That is the norm.
1:09:56
So might we see a move down?
1:10:01
To, you know, this next support level, which is 14, I drew these blue lines in on the chart.
1:10:08
A long time ago, back when the price, was probably up in here, look, how this one stayed right in between those two lines. Then we came down here, we're based across there. Now, we're kinda having some relief from that. I still think we either come back down and test here.
1:10:26
Let me take out a couple of these.
1:10:32
My drawing stuff.
1:10:39
1 of two things, we'd come up like this.
1:10:44
We come down, we test that, and we go out or we come down and we do as normal where we hit that bottom line a third time.
1:10:55
one of those will be true, but you can again, while things are unfolding you can always go, oh, look at the pattern right here, we're almost to the apex. It's gonna break out. Yeah, you can look at that as a possibility.
1:11:12
But it also can break down, which it did.
1:11:18
Summer Blues.
1:11:22
All right, back to your questions.
1:11:29
OK?
1:11:42
Yes, you can come onto the live stream, mister Bird.
1:11:53
Yeah.
1:11:57
Yes.
1:12:01
Well, someone's asking me, here, have my safe banks list changed?
1:12:07
No, they haven't.
1:12:08
And I understand that Vance is telling you that some of the banks on my safe list may not make it. but I don't know who advanced talks to, I don't know. The advanced talks to anybody, I don't know.
1:12:21
I don't know who would tell him of banks going to bail in or not bail, and I can tell you who tells me.
1:12:29
And it's as far up the chain as I can get.
1:12:34
People that knew about Monkeypox, people that knew about covert people that knew, we were coming into a time where you'd need different travel.
1:12:44
While we're talking about all this jet travel today, can I just tell you guys, not one case a coven over the last three years came from net Jets.
1:12:53
$12 million a month.
1:12:55
They spent to make sure that no code was being passed to their passengers.
1:13:01
I don't think Delta did that.
1:13:03
I don't think United did that.
1:13:05
I don't think Continental.
1:13:07
They're probably not even around anymore.
1:13:09
I don't think they did that.
1:13:13
Does anyone have their ship staked? I don't. Do you have your ship staked? George ...: yeah, now you know it.
1:13:22
I doubt.
1:13:27
George, good morning, could you please post the Black Lab Telegram Channel in the show notes?
1:13:33
Yep, I showed it briefly, but I will, I will put a link to it, but let me tell you anybody that wants to come in and talk anything other than tech. Don't worry about sign up, because I, I, or others will just boot you out, because it's it's just about tech and helping people.
1:13:49
Speaking of where George the I need a, uh, would you would you mind terribly taken on this project?
1:13:57
For me, I need a telegram channel setup, for I just need you to set it up, and make you and me, the moderator.
1:14:06
And send me the invite, the invite link for it.
1:14:11
And I need that for, so that I can pass it out to the group that we had on the call for the special banking, OK, OK?
1:14:22
So just table something like, just label it something like.
1:14:29
Safe, safe harbor, banking slash gaf trade, something like that.
1:14:35
OK, yeah, that won't be until later tonight or tomorrow just because I'll be in the car.
1:14:42
Billy Ray says, Where can I read about your garden plant scanning, new to grow, and the way to heal you? Anthony Williams.
1:14:53
Anthony Williams very first book, which was called Medical Medium.
1:15:04
What brand of silk sheets do you recommend, the ones you can afford?
1:15:10
There are different grades of Silk.
1:15:15
Still seems so far away, 2022 is my year.
1:15:22
Thank you for sharing. It opened my mind to the possibilities of Being able to care for others. That's right.
1:15:36
Carol and I are delighted to have you both. We are in our eighties and still have our dreams blessings.
1:15:43
Blessings to You, Flipper.
1:15:48
I thought that was who that was.
1:15:50
Both your hearts are huge and your wife shares her beautiful mind with insightful posts.
1:15:57
Compassion and love is the master key to this universal game.
1:16:02
Agreed.
1:16:15
Thank you, our dog, very kind comments.
1:16:22
That's OK, Clifford. I knew what you meant.
1:16:27
Hi, class J, well done, sir, thank you.
1:16:32
I'll sound.
1:16:33
I'm sorry, got it. Nevermind. Glad you're back.
1:16:39
Another reason why I look forward to Thursday high frequency people.
1:16:45
Yeah, I actually, now that we're down to one day a week, I actually look forward to Thursday too.
1:16:50
I kinda get all charged up thinking, Oh, Thursday.
1:17:04
If two thirds of the people have left the service, how many are left? I think there's somewhere around one thousand, Maybe 100 people left.
1:17:12
I think we reached up to what George, about, 3500 people, something like, 38. Yeah, And, and, you know, it depends on what you mean by the left, the service, because there's still a lot of active people. But there are some people that are still in the group, but they're not as active because they're just stepping away from for things, So, Yeah.
1:17:41
Thank you, Joseph.
1:17:43
Those are very, very, very kind words.
1:17:45
I wish your dreams on you, as well.
1:17:54
I can remember in my life, when my dreams for something very, very simple, like, oh man, what what, wouldn't it be nice to have a couch?
1:18:05
I remember at 18 years old, buying my first couch from a flea market.
1:18:13
A lady had a little booth there and sold, sold, new furniture, but it wasn't that great of a quality.
1:18:19
Man, when I moved that couch into my apartment, I thought I had arrived, but your dreams change, ladies and gentlemen, and it doesn't matter where, on the scale you're at, have a dream.
1:18:33
Have a dream: It matters so much.
1:18:58
Yeah, you're my wife, and I need a backpack carrier.
1:19:00
Yeah, Exactly.
1:19:04
A thought, or to start doing or arm girls.
1:19:08
OK.
1:19:12
Bradley says, Yes, I did, Bradley, did you have to ... Peter?
1:19:17
I think if I remember correctly, they started at five for 99%, then went to three to 99%, and then went out of business.
1:19:25
Peeling those off the top of the cardboard box after you've microwaved them is not great.
1:19:31
Oh, you know what? I'm so glad you brought that up. Bradley. I am so glad you brought that up.
1:19:36
Here's the difference in that time of my life and today.
1:19:40
Here's the difference.
1:19:43
Ah.
1:19:45
And there's something built on and just show you guys on the chart.
1:19:49
Um.
1:19:53
Again, going back to those times that you remember where you came from.
1:19:58
I remember buying pizza for dollar.
1:20:03
I remember that.
1:20:06
I mean, we're talking about 33 years ago.
1:20:11
It feels like it was yesterday.
1:20:13
Literally.
1:20:16
You bought five pizzas for dollar.
1:20:19
You're scurrying around trying to make enough money to live so you don't have time to wait 30 minutes on, Say, throw that bad boy in the Marco Microwave, right on top of the box.
1:20:31
You guys should all be grossed out about now.
1:20:35
And then you have to, when you pull it out of the microwave, you have to peel it off the top of the box because it's cooked itself to the box.
1:20:42
But at 18 years old, you don't care. You just want something to eat so you can get on with it.
1:20:48
Versus yesterday.
1:20:54
I go to a place that does they have, know would would. Brick ovens, right or pizza's brick oven to 5900 degrees that they come out of the oven.
1:21:08
They go in the oven and the ovens like 10,350 degrees thousand degrees sometimes.
1:21:15
And this place makes the best gluten free pizza I've ever had in my lifetime ever.
1:21:22
It's even better than the ones I make and I make a **** good pizza.
1:21:27
So I go there yesterday and I get a gourmet, gluten free pizza, and they're small. You know, the gluten free pizza or small. Nobody makes up big pizza, like gluten free pizza is usually enough for one person.
1:21:42
So, we always get to.
1:21:45
And then, we always get a third one to take home, because we can never finish the two.
1:21:51
And we bring the third one home, plus what's leftover the second one?
1:21:55
Now, we kind of have another setting or for another time, for pizza, and we thought the freeze or hate it back up.
1:22:00
The point is, yesterday, when I left there, I literally was riding down the road, thinking about what Bradley just asked.
1:22:09
And I was in total gratitude because I remember, Peel on the **** pizza off the box. And yesterday, when I checked out, three pizzas was $100.
1:22:21
three little small, gluten free pizzas, $100.
1:22:28
Don't even think about it.
1:22:32
Not even something I would even consider.
1:22:34
I'd just sit there and take my little pen out, write my name, add $25 tip.
1:22:40
Boom.
1:22:41
I'm out of there.
1:22:43
three pizza is $100 Samrat and down the road and total gratitude that I can do that today.
1:22:50
Because I remember Pill and the Peet's off the box.
1:22:53
So crazy, you brought that up. Bradley?
1:22:56
That happened to me yesterday.
1:22:59
I was literally pushing back the tears under my sunglasses because I was so grateful.
1:23:14
Robert says: he left home at 15 with a loaf of bread and a bar pin A jar of peanut butter, and $12. Great experience, always grateful.
1:23:23
Yeah, man. Making who you are.
1:23:30
Tough people create good times, That's all I can tell you.
1:23:36
And all the weak, lowly people that the parents are, not letting them have to experience anything in life, they create terrible times. So, Unity. You guys wanna know what's coming right now. Terrible times.
1:23:47
Because we got a whole generation of people that are entitled because Mommy and Daddy did everything for him because we just didn't want little Johnny to have no skin as knee like we did.
1:24:03
Trying to do as much show reduced as possible, all family kids and all, but we definitely look, We definitely took a little break, because we were drinking a lot of celery juice.
1:24:14
Yeah, man brakes are good.
1:24:16
I'd take a break, too, sometimes.
1:24:18
Know, we went traveling this year and not took my juice or with me. I didn't want to take that kind of break.
1:24:24
But I'll take a break sometimes. It's all good.
1:24:40
Sage, I'm not going to read that question over there, because you know, too many people have too many opinions about why I do something.
1:24:51
then their feelings get hurt. Then they send in all the nasty grams.
1:24:56
So I'm just not reading that on their body, but I did want to acknowledge I read your question.
1:25:03
Is go to ... goto Webinar technically better than Zoom? George, I was going to ask you about that Actually when I just got my goto Webinar bill yesterday.
1:25:13
Um, if we did, for example, something like this on Zoom, doesn't it show all the people that come in.
1:25:19
You know, I haven't used Zoom in quite awhile, especially when there is the Hubbub couple of years ago. I can take a look at it again.
1:25:29
But no, this goto Webinar has it has a great little little package.
1:25:36
I know someone that I know is using Zoom, but I don't know the real big differences because I I've only used goto Webinar that I I'd have to take a look to see what they have now offering.
1:25:48
I know, you know, the, the educational systems out there are using Zoom and others, and that seems to be the brand name, but, you know, everybody that is on the internet has issues at times. And there's, there's not much you can do about that, because just to dig down a little bit, I know people have said, oh, I can't connect or I have some issues.
1:26:12
Um, the internet is not a perfect place and if you know how it functions, there are routers that flap their routers that are overloaded that don't have a router grade.
1:26:28
And there's just nothing you can do because it's an imperfect solution.
1:26:34
And, you know, if the majority of people can connect fine. It's, you're out in a little area, or coming from a connection, or, you know, there's an issue between you and the service itself. We don't run it here.
1:26:49
It's run, I don't know where their servers are, to be honest, We're goto Webinar's, but it's just something you kind of have to live with because let me tell you, my Internet went out. I lost power yesterday too, because a big storm that came over there came through. So, it's an imperfect world and we just kinda have to live with it. But all I know is if you miss something, Mark down the time and you can listen to it again when it's posted.
1:27:18
So, Jay, you want me to take a look at Zoom and see how that works?
1:27:22
Yeah, if you don't mind taking a look at it.
1:27:26
Because at the same service forever and we probably have way more than I need.
1:27:30
I probably should even, even whether we switch to Zoom or not, I should probably scale back my service because I'm paying I think it's 700, $800 a month for goto Webinar.
1:27:42
So, you know, just to have the platform, and that was needed when we were, you know, bring in thousand to 1500 people every single week to the live stream. Now, you know, we get one thousand. 100 listens a week, but not everybody comes live.
1:28:00
Just a few hundred people come live.
1:28:02
Yeah. Yeah.
1:28:03
I will put that on my, Yeah, My to review, because I do like to kinda dig in and see what? what's going on, and I've done it a couple of times, and I have another I have a solution for you, by the way, for proton mail and and the arms chip and I will post a video on that.
1:28:22
I did it for myself and opening proton mail is, is a bit faster with the new version.
1:28:32
Yeah. No, because it it on encrypts and decrypt and that type of thing.
1:28:38
And so, um, the faster chip definitely does things better on that. That side of things, but, you know, I ran out of days, I was gonna do it yesterday, but pesky, weather and pesky electric kinda got, in the way. So I didn't do it but I'll, I'll get something out. Next week's show, you show everybody how to do that.
1:28:58
And guys, before we close this out a little bit later, we got another 30 minutes.
1:29:02
But before we close this out and all you guys runaway, I just want to get your take on something. So I'm going to ask you guys a question here in just a little while.
1:29:10
Let me get a few more of these these questions, thoughts on Sailor's stepping down as CEO, no thoughts, I mean, he's rich, he's a multi-billionaire, he was a billionaire before he got into crypto. His view study, his Family Roots. He's probably a much bigger billionaire than they're showing you on TV.
1:29:30
Ah, No, he's saying he wants to focus on bitcoin, So whatever.
1:29:36
I don't care.
1:29:37
It's not something I think that should affect the market anymore than when Jeff Bezos stepped down from Amazon.
1:29:56
Yes.
1:30:00
Mike, there is no counter saying to sell in Maine, go away. It's just that the markets don't usually get kicked back up until summer is over.
1:30:08
And what is it?
1:30:11
June 21st, I think is the first day of summer, so June, July, August, so August 21st is kind of the last day of things like that, maybe September.
1:30:26
For your eyes only.
1:30:40
All right, Miss Randy.
1:30:43
Got you covered.
1:30:47
Sure.
1:30:54
J D M, I really don't know.
1:30:56
I'm not going to read his question out loud but I don't know, I don't know if it will be in the future.
1:31:04
Ah, Microwave changes. The DNA of your food, tell me about it. I haven't used one in twenty five years since I got on a health check.
1:31:16
Yup. I know.
1:31:17
I've been really, really clean in my body up for 25 years. But let me tell you for the last six, unbelievable.
1:31:26
Unbelievable.
1:31:29
I just had my 50th birthday, and I saw somebody that I've known for 20 years.
1:31:33
And he said to me, he said, you look younger than when you were 35.
1:31:40
So, thank you very much.
1:31:50
Who is this, OK?
1:32:01
Mmm hmm.
1:32:09
Right?
1:32:10
Wow!
1:32:12
What would you recommend for someone like me that has a more delicate, artistic, highly sensitive personality?
1:32:21
to find a job or a niche that can bring me real income?
1:32:26
Is there some type of Personality test? I just feel very lost in a world full of nonsense as people tell me about it.
1:32:35
Tell me about it.
1:32:36
PS I did a session with your wife, she actually made me feel good as being who I am, even though I do suffer in the real-world because of this.
1:32:48
Um, I would tell you, to take your head out of a box, and thinking you have to have a job or a niche to make money, are starters.
1:33:01
You know, for starters, I would start there. It's a big step.
1:33:05
But man, take the leap, take the leap.
1:33:10
You don't have to have a job, and you don't have to have a niche. Think about what it is you absolutely love to do.
1:33:16
Think about, if, ideally, if, ideally, this is the one thing that I absolutely love doing, and if I can make money on it, wow, I'd be making money, like an unbelievable income, doing what I love.
1:33:31
Think about that and begin to meditate on you making the income that you want to make, write that income down.
1:33:38
Put it on your mirror.
1:33:40
Put it in your car, on the mirror.
1:33:43
Put it in your bathroom on the mirror.
1:33:46
I have it right there, when you wake up in the morning.
1:33:47
First thing you see, you guys limit yourself so much, because you don't use the tools you that were given to you by God.
1:33:58
And you can do it all being a delicate artistic, highly sensitive person. And I would agree with you. The world needs more people like you.
1:34:07
I'm not a delicacy.
1:34:09
Hi. Hi, Highly sensitive artistic person.
1:34:14
I am becoming more sensitive than I've ever been.
1:34:18
And I'm praying to God all the time for more empathy.
1:34:22
And more compassion.
1:34:23
Not only to display myself, but to be aware of in the world.
1:34:30
And, so, anyway.
1:34:33
We need more of that, man. We need more of that.
1:34:42
Sorry, I'm reading another long one here.
1:34:45
Right, All right, hi, Jaye anne George, thank y'all, long, Sorry.
1:34:56
Hey, by the way, whatever happened to Joey D?
1:35:00
You know, I just got a support ticket from him awhile ago, and he is, he's taken a little break and try and somethin' something different.
1:35:15
Got it.
1:35:16
After coming into crypto, about 1.5 years ago, buying the top and holding through all of what's happening, since I've realized that it's more difficult to get overly excited with too much emotion about anything, maybe it's because things are down, Maybe it's because I've learned from you, and the market, not to overreact too quickly.
1:35:35
Has your controlled reactions to the market translated to your life? When did that happen for you? Yeah. That's it's a constant thing all the time.
1:35:45
I told you guys in module one.
1:35:48
Making money at trading as a bonus, becoming a better person is why you become a trader because as you manage oneself that rolls over into your whole life, you become a better father.
1:36:01
You become a better friend, you become better spouse, you become a better partner.
1:36:09
All those things.
1:36:11
Yeah, better dad.
1:36:28
Ah!
1:36:38
Hmm hmm, Someone's telling Mattea grab one of these outdoor pizza ovens, I have one.
1:36:45
And I absolutely order that same flower from Europe, but I get it on Amazon.
1:36:51
They're the ones that get it from Europe.
1:36:55
But I'm working on perfecting an unbelievable gluten free dough.
1:36:59
Just haven't had as much time to get to what I want to do and I gotta get my notes.
1:37:15
And, by the way, speaking to your wife, change my self image, I literally crowd from happiness From the tidbits of caring wisdom that she gave me, the reason it touch Marceau was because she is just so humble, humbly grounded, just amazing.
1:37:31
Yes, I get that every day, is amazing.
1:37:41
Yeah. Other people are pertinent their version of the outdoor pizza oven.
1:37:54
Watched a video by Greg Braden recently, those are worth watching.
1:37:58
On the Aging he talked about 110 to 120 year.
1:38:03
Young people, Greg asked them, all is the key to longevity and looking good at that age, still functioning. They all said having compassion and love for others.
1:38:13
With clean, simple food, that's right.
1:38:16
But look, pizza is clean, simple food.
1:38:20
I mean, for those of you who don't know pizza, it's clean, simple, food.
1:38:25
I'm going to have pizza once a week for the rest of my days, and it looks good on me.
1:38:32
But 99% of the time, I'm a very clean eaters.
1:38:37
Very, very clean cleaner than I've ever been right now Question for George coming out to George, is there a way to grab a few of the archives to play offline for a road trip You know, we do not have that ability yet and partly is that people were taking it just like they do some of the other youtubers and And Put it out there or claim it as their own.
1:39:06
And so we really have not Had that, unfortunately. But now how far off the road are you going to go because all you need is a is an internet connection?
1:39:18
But we we don't have something like that right now because let me tell you I did a backup and I have archived and Jane. I spoke about this.
1:39:25
There is a lot a lot of data out there And It's in multiple multiple locations, So, you know, that's that's hard to say. You know, like oh, you know We could do 2 or 3 because it's it's a big it's a big change.
1:39:43
Heather says, the world needs Unboxed pilots tell me about it.
1:39:47
Every single week, I hear about more people of all ages, just mysteriously dieing.
1:39:55
This past week, I heard about one of my friends, who his friend at age 27 years old died in his sleep of a heart attack who had had the vaccination and the boosters.
1:40:09
And that's the almost that exact story I've heard from 12 people, at least 12 people, maybe more.
1:40:16
And those, those people, have all said mysteriously died in their sleep heart attack.
1:40:23
Literally, same story.
1:40:25
Crazy.
1:40:37
Yeah. I don't know if there's any truth to this. I mean, I told you guys, when they locked us down the first time, that, that would be the new normal.
1:40:45
Whenever something outbreaks as far as our health, they're gonna lock us down. Just know this. Those people that run this country, they want to, whether you believe it or not, doesn't matter whether it's got R or D attached to it for a Republican or Democrat. They have marching orders and those marching orders is tear down this country.
1:41:06
Oh, by the way, that's for every country.
1:41:10
This is a time of destruction and decarbonization. And there will be a time to rebuild it.
1:41:17
But in the meantime, all businesses go away.
1:41:22
All small businesses, in particular, go away, and a lot of people bounce off this planet.
1:41:31
And then they rebuild with what's left into a new, phenomenal, green age on the next roundtable livestream, could it be longer than two hours? I don't know. I have a hard time asking people to come and serve this group.
1:41:45
For more than two hours, they're so con to come and offer their time.
1:41:50
So two hours is about all I want to ask for.
1:41:54
Yeah. And, you know, and just putting my 2% in, I mean, I could talk almost all day if I had the time, but it's people being able to listen to it. It's almost better to have multiple roundtables than a longer roundtable. Because it's hard to ask just someone that has a as a busy, busy, schedule to take two hours out of their day to listen to that, and they may miss something. Because I know quite a few people that you know, don't listen to all of these live streams, and they'll ask me a question, and I'll say, well, you know, I've said it in the last 2 or 3 live streams, but no.
1:42:33
If you don't listen to you, you won't get all the info.
1:42:38
Hmm, hmm, hmm, hmm, Joyful. I Just now Google that, and I'm going to check that out.
1:42:45
Thanks for the tip brother.
1:42:48
No. I'm down.
1:42:54
Same problem on a road trip. Tahoe to Montana.
1:42:57
I probably only have three hours of service 13 to 15 hour road trip, you know.
1:43:04
Hold on I've I've I've done that trip.
1:43:09
What service do you have?
1:43:10
I mean three hours you must be doing the back roads I did through the middle of Nevada one-time from mobile app to the Bay Area And you get it. So, you know, all right.
1:43:24
I don't know what to say All right. Here's my question for you guys because we're out of questions. So I'm going to ask you guys a question.
1:43:31
I want your feedback, I will take it that your feedback on a couple of hundred people would be pretty consistent with a thousand or so people.
1:43:41
Here's my question, I'd like for you guys to give me your feedback.
1:43:45
Um, if you could have mailed to you, or I don't know, somewhere between $300, if you could have mailed to you a jump drive.
1:44:04
With every single recording we have on that jump drive.
1:44:11
Georgiana, I haven't even finished, and some people are going. Yes.
1:44:19
Is that something you'd want? I'm looking into a company that maybe might could do this. It's, it's a bit of an undertaking.
1:44:28
There's a lot of moving parts, a lot of things to think about.
1:44:33
Yes, yes, yes, please, on the Jump Drive OK.
1:44:40
Thanks, Thank you. That is that is a lot of people saying, yes, thank you for that.
1:44:46
I really didn't think you guys would be that interested in it, to be fair.
1:44:50
But you know, there there could come a time where the web's not up.
1:44:54
And I know that when I look back at the work I've put into this I have kept a copy. And from time to time I go through some of my stuff myself.
1:45:05
And there's just a lot there. In other words, you forget sometimes.
1:45:12
It's, you just sometimes forget about something you were teaching a year and a half ago and to have it, you know, like, for example, one of the reasons that I Started keeping a copy A hard copy myself and Georgia, keeping me a couple of hard copies.
1:45:29
It's because when I finished this project, I wanted to as a gift to my son.
1:45:34
I wanted to take all those recordings, put them on a jump drive, MLM terms so he'd always have them.
1:45:42
I personally feel like that you You should always be learning from someone who's got the fruit on the tree or learning from someone who's done, what it is you want to do, not theory. In other words, there's a lot of people learning from people on YouTube, in particular, about crypto, of people that know nothing about crypto.
1:46:08
The first bull market in 20 17, all those influencers are gone, all of them.
1:46:15
And probably you're going to see a fair amount of the influencers from this bull market go away as well.
1:46:23
But again, if you're learning from someone who's got the fruit on the tree, they've done what you want to do, I think there's a lot of wisdom to that.
1:46:37
And my mom up my point of potentially offering a product like this, my point of it would be to, so you guys have your absolutely own copy of everything, not a web copy.
1:46:53
You have your own hard copy, so I'm gonna think that through a little more, something that George and I've been talking about, for what, George, almost a year, oh yeah, quite a while. Quite awhile.
1:47:15
I'm just reading some of your comments. Some of you guys didn't just say, Yes, you actually put a comment as well.
1:47:28
Education can be passed down to my children.
1:47:33
Yes, that'd be awesome.
1:47:38
These teachings of show the last few years have changed my life and set me in a better direction forever.
1:47:47
That's why I did it.
1:47:49
I was opened to be helpful.
1:48:00
I've never been to MIT, but I imagine this is the closest. I'll get to it.
1:48:13
That's an idea, George.
1:48:15
This person's saying, for people that have bought all the modules, could it also have a copy of the modules, Again, yeah, again, I just want to say this out loud, as, we're talking and thinking about this, All of those things take a lot of man hours.
1:48:33
So, you gotta have somebody that goes in and looks, which people in the system, right?
1:48:41
George, whoever it is, maybe one GA's assistance, but the point is, is, you know, those are just all the things to think about.
1:48:48
I'm always thinking about, when I want to put something out there, whether it's a module, whether it's A, You know, whether it's a boot camp of some kind.
1:49:00
I've kinda always thought about you guys first, for example.
1:49:04
No, we, we didn't even change our service up until April, May, June, of 2021, because we wanted you guys to pay in crypto, and we wanted your crypto to be way up. So, I'm kinda always thinking of you guys, first, not me, I'm doing fantastic, but, but I do run a business.
1:49:25
This is a business, and there are things you have to pay for.
1:49:28
George, how much does it cost just to host our videos online last year was 9000.
1:49:34
Yeah, you know, with Vimeo and all that, and let me just say, Jay is absolutely correct. Because I was chomping at the bit, I think, February, March, and like, hey, let's get this launch.
1:49:43
Let's get this lunch, you're like, whoa, whoa, whoa, just relax, George, sit back, and we're gonna wait for crypto to go up and that, and we did and so, you know, you you guys got in at the At the high of crypto and sell.
1:49:59
Those of you that paid with litecoin, you could have had to send 20, and you only had to send three or whatever.
1:50:06
But, you know, Jay, the scammer, that's how he operates, Jay, the Scammer.
1:50:11
Crypto J the Scammer, don't go over there to the bitcoin academy and those people will take you for every penny or where we don't take pennies.
1:50:23
Crypto could be gone away, and the value from onset life would be totally worth it.
1:50:28
Well, not only that, but look, the things you've learned about trading crypto for any of that info is good on any chart, and you never know.
1:50:37
There may be something you're looking at a line chart 70 years, from, now, it's not even in the, in the hearts and minds of men today.
1:50:45
And it could call it something else. Nobody ever knew the word crypto and all that was coming.
1:50:50
Well, I guess Michelle knew she said she was told years ago about Spirit.
1:50:58
A lot of gold nuggets in all your teachings, Jay, such a gift to Humanity. Thank you for that.
1:51:08
I wasn't trying to be a gift to humanity, I was just trying to be a gift to, you know, maybe a few thousand people, and hopefully make a financial change in their life, and some people, their financial change, because came because their mindset changed.
1:51:26
Jay, highly recommend to people to freeze, dry their own safe food harvest, right? Recommended.
1:51:35
American made.
1:51:38
Heather, do you have your own freeze dryer? I've actually been looking into my own freeze dryer recently.
1:51:46
She says, yes. What brand do you recommend?
1:51:51
Those bad boys are the size of a washing machine, some of them even bigger.
1:52:02
I'm sorry. For the long question, My parents are getting up there in age, and we discussing, we're discussing estate planning. I'm trying to move their assets to trust, thanks to your awesome course.
1:52:13
The issue is, my father has long term insurance, but my mother doesn't.
1:52:17
I'm not at a point in life to write checks for care, not part, not, are they I think human, neither are they? Can you, can you or trust, be altered to be an irrevocable trust?
1:52:29
So my mother can be on Medicare if need be for the type of care. Thanks so much. Yeah, just make it an irrevocable trust.
1:52:38
It's, if you read the actual trust, there's wording in it, where it says this is revocable, just changed it to irrevocable, and you're on your way.
1:52:48
Harvest, right? Let me say that's the one I was looking at.
1:52:52
Yeah, I'm looking at, right now it does look like hits a dryer, hit that you'd go to the coin laundry.
1:53:00
See if that is the one that was just recently recommended to me real quick.
1:53:09
Yep, that's the one saved.
1:53:16
Yep.
1:53:17
That is absolutely the one.
1:53:21
Yeah, I'm thinking about this, because, you know, I have I have probably a thousand pounds.
1:53:31
I don't know, I probably have £3000 really.
1:53:34
Realistically, I probably have £3000 of canned meat, canned chili, all those things which I don't eat anymore.
1:53:43
Don't need those anymore. Stronger than I've ever been. healthier than I've ever been, my skin's more amazing than it's ever been.
1:53:50
Everything about my life is better since I've removed the energy of other animals in my body and also, another one that my wife and I have been going after this month of July was sugar.
1:54:03
We removed, boxed sugar from our life.
1:54:08
So, you know, you just won't believe, if you get out there and look at the food you're buying in the health food store, how much sugar, just regular sugar there isn't. This has health food. Oh, it's a healthy box in its non GMO, and it's all organic and no preservatives. And this is so amazing and we have all this marketing gimmick all over the box. And you turn it over and there's 32 grams of sugar. That's the same amount of sugar, that's in a soft drink.
1:54:35
Only that box has 10 servings. So there's 320 grams of sugar in that box.
1:54:41
Change your life.
1:54:44
Well, I want something sweet.
1:54:46
I eat a mango aida, but I mean like 3, 4 bananas a day right now, to keep my sugar levels high. But it's the right sugar.
1:54:54
Apples, strawberries, raspberries, um, blackberry's, oranges, grapefruits, just, that's the sugar I want.
1:55:11
By the way. Thank you, Heather.
1:55:13
Thank you, Heather, for that info.
1:55:17
So I'm thinking about freeze dried food because, um, I now have all of us can meet, and I'm not into pickling, so when you look at how you do tomatoes and all those things and vegetables, want you to pikul it.
1:55:33
Well, Anthony Williams is pretty clear about that: stay away from vinegar, pickles your liver.
1:55:39
Liver is the second pillar to all of life. The first pillar is your kidneys.
1:55:45
The second pillar is your liver.
1:55:47
You ladies that are spending, you know, $500 a month on trying to look younger, get your liver healthy, and your age. You'll go backwards.
1:55:59
one other thing to throw in there, and I was gonna say this two weeks ago, and I forgot, it's interesting anybody that uses a Mylar bag to store their food. Amazon is removing the ability to buy it the Mylar bags. As of tomorrow. I just look down and they're going at a pretty good, well, they say it's because people can send things through the mail in Mylar bags that are illegal. And the dogs can't get the scent. They can, they're not able to store their food. That's all it is because now, there's a shortage on the planet. So, and since they have a $600 million contract with the CIA.
1:56:46
There you go.
1:56:47
They tell them what to do and they do it.
1:56:49
Yep. Daddy's too. That's how I would store my food when I was in California because of the earthquakes and such.
1:56:56
I have not done that here because I've I've had a lot more space but I'm looking I was going to buy a bunch before they, before they kick them off because it's so easy to buy from from Amazon. So just let everybody know today.
1:57:11
Probably may be the last day, because they said by August fifth they're going to ask everybody to remove their Mylar bags.
1:57:21
Jay and George are better than MIT. Thank You, Elaine.
1:57:25
Jay, was there a point in your life when you went from a saving mentality with money to feeling comfortable spending money?
1:57:33
Responsibly, he refer to having a Jewish mentality just wondering and and struggling with trying to break free from an immigrant mentality of saving money.
1:57:45
Investing to spending and enjoying money.
1:57:48
Well, I'll tell you something, I'm gonna give you a little tip there, Dallas, here's my tip for you.
1:57:55
Rather than working on saving money, this is what I did.
1:57:58
First, I did this first, and I didn't worry about saving first, because I got into the mindset of giving first.
1:58:10
OK, so let me explain that to you: let's just say you are wherever you are in life. I mean, you obviously have enough money to pay for this service every month, right?
1:58:21
I know people that gave up cable to pay for this service, and it's changed their life, so good for them.
1:58:29
But let's just say that you, every Sunday, you take your family and you go out to mail, because that's your 1 1 Sunday or a week to splurge on your family with a meal out of church, for example.
1:58:43
And because of your family size, that's a 60, $80 meal with a tip hundred bucks.
1:58:51
And you do that every two weeks, I mean, you do that every single week.
1:58:56
Now, what I'm saying to you is, take that money.
1:59:01
And start go into lunch with your family every two weeks, instead of every week, go home and eat at home where you already have food.
1:59:09
On the off week. Give that money away.
1:59:13
When you start to look around for a place to give that money and you don't just throw it into a plate at a church, you're gonna find that you'll find people that are way worse than you are.
1:59:25
one of the things that's going to do is make you very grateful.
1:59:29
So move your mindset to a mindset of gratitude, by giving away money and realizing you don't have to look far in this world to find people way worse than you are.
1:59:44
There is a reason to have savings, I say it that way, savings.
1:59:54
But I never worried about savings.
1:59:56
I worried more about How much money I was giving away Because what I realized was very early in life, thank God.
2:00:05
That the gift we were given of the parable of the sower.
2:00:10
The gift we were given of the laws of sowing and reaping are far greater far greater than saving money.
2:00:18
You can't save enough money to save your way into financial freedom, but boy, if you'll try to out, give God it'll change your whole life.
2:00:29
Because what you put in the ground, my friend comes back.
2:00:34
You put you put thorns in the ground, you're going to reap thorns, you put corn in the ground, you reap corn.
2:00:40
You put day Lily's in the ground. You're going to reap Day Lilies.
2:00:45
You put money in the ground, you're gonna reap money, You put love on the ground, you're going to reap love. You go give your time, somewhere, You're gonna reap time.
2:00:54
You give away food, you're gonna reap food.
2:00:57
I've been, you listen, I don't know, anybody not don't go out to eat anymore because of the pandemic, OK? My wife and I are willing to get a 500 degree pizza every now and then.
2:01:09
And we stand there at the end of the line, waiting on it to come out to make sure nobody touches it.
2:01:16
OK, but I don't eat out anymore. I used to go out and take my wife on dates to three a week.
2:01:22
And we used to go out to eat with other people, and for years, and years, and years, we did this, and let me tell you something, I walk into a restaurant with another couple, another 2 or 3 couples, whatever. We all get situated at the table. I find mop Mahone fund my little spot to be able to leave the table and go to the restroom when I see my waiter who's on that side of the restaurant. And I swing by my waiter and I give him my credit card and I say, you let no one at this table.
2:01:50
Pay for this food, except for me, you understand?
2:01:54
Yes, sir, yes, sir. No, you really understand, no matter what's being said at the table, you understand, right? Yes, I understand, OK. Fantastic.
2:02:03
So when people go out to eat with me, I pay the bill, and let me tell you something.
2:02:10
My wife, Anna.
2:02:12
We have a very small, cubed truck full of food.
2:02:17
We're not lacking on the food department and never will.
2:02:21
Because I've given away so much food in my life so much money, I can fill up a cube truck with money to convert it all to cash and gold and silver and take all that and put it together.
2:02:35
I've given away a lot of gold. I live a life second to none, where all my time is mine. I plan my day by The Weather Channel.
2:02:43
If there's something on my calendar, I don't want there, I'll take it off because I'm not bound by a dollar bill.
2:02:49
I've given away my time, given away Tom, given away Tom, So the more concerned about what you give away than you are about what you save, and you will naturally move into savings down the road. Don't worry about that part.
2:03:06
Worry about how much you give away.
2:03:14
OK, we're over time today, let's see, I'm just running through a few of these.
2:03:26
Sorry, I brought that up. Someone says been peeling and pickling eggs the whole time you've been on. Well, I'm so sorry, I had to point that out to you.
2:03:37
But let me just tell you something, guys. I'm gonna say this to you guys. And I won't harp on it. I'm just going to say this to you.
2:03:46
Eggs, was one of my number-one foods. I probably went through 2 to 36 eggs. A week I was never really a big meat eater.
2:03:54
So I gained a lot of my protein from eggs.
2:03:58
Today, I get all my protein from plant based, by the way, I'm, I'm as big as I've ever been. I just don't have that much fat on my body. I'm still to about £240. I was probably 255 when I went vegan.
2:04:13
All of the.
2:04:19
Yeah, I was just watching what you put there George. So anyway. Georgia got me chuckle and over here.
2:04:27
And then M and Heather.
2:04:31
Anyway, I've lost £15. since I went vegan.
2:04:36
Every bit of it was body fat.
2:04:40
Muscles are ripped as they've ever been.
2:04:43
My, my, my clothes, you know, they fit fantastic.
2:04:48
Know, nothing's tight.
2:04:50
I never have, Know, my stomachs Ghana, Have no stomach at all.
2:04:56
If I do just a little bit of apps, my apps are going to pop straight out.
2:05:01
I'm stronger than I've ever been. I've knocked out almost all the dairy in my life. I'm still eating a little bit of cheese.
2:05:07
Just a little bit of cheese.
2:05:09
Because you know what? What's life without cheese? Come on. It's like chocolate strawberries.
2:05:14
Come on out.
2:05:16
So, anyway, the point is, I've knocked out a lot of things, eggs, Gary, we've gone vegan, can I just tell you something?
2:05:27
I wake up in the morning and I'm not sneezing anymore.
2:05:31
I wake up in the morning, and my nose is not running for half the day.
2:05:35
And I don't have a throat full of mucus, you know, why dairy?
2:05:41
Know, that milk that they make all dairy from that milk was meant to be for Cafs C a, L, F, Cafs.
2:05:51
Not me, not you.
2:05:54
And I've listened to Anthony Williams say, don't do this, do this, don't do this, do this.
2:06:01
I gotta tell you something.
2:06:02
There's a lot of gurus out there that claim to be the guru.
2:06:07
I only know one, and it's spirit of compassion.
2:06:11
Spirit of compassion is the guru.
2:06:14
Anthony Williams is the messenger.
2:06:17
People hate the messenger. They send him death threats because he wants to make their health better.
2:06:23
Don't talk about my eggs. You loser. I will strangle you.
2:06:30
I'm just telling you, guys, You can do anything.
2:06:35
You can do anything.
2:06:37
And, man, I've just never felt as good as I feel right now.
2:06:44
When I was in my twenties, I didn't feel as good when I was in my thirties, I didn't fill this curve and I was in my, boy, I have zero inflammation in my body.
2:06:52
Nothing hurts, I mean, nothing hurts.
2:06:55
zero inflammation.
2:07:00
I'm not sitting around Jaan and all day.
2:07:03
I got tons of energy.
2:07:05
I can drop down and do 50 push-ups, like it's nothing, like, it's nothing, oh, you want to do 50 more, or let's go, we'll do one more.
2:07:14
I don't do 50, because just about any exercise you do.
2:07:18
You don't want to do over 30 from the perspective of what it does to your muscles.
2:07:24
But I'm just telling you guys, it's just really up to you where you're trying to go, Some people are like, Hey, man, I am happy with my fischbach's.
2:07:34
I'm happy with my fried foods. Fantastic. That's why I said I'm not going to harp on it.
2:07:40
I'm not here to harp, I'm just telling you, I have never felt so good not my life as then as I do today.
2:07:46
Having now followed now for about five years this protocol and moved further and further and further toward a plant based diet Or a plant based regimen. I mean, I don't even look at as a diet.
2:07:58
I mean, I eat all the food I want to eat, I've got some dishes I can make for you and put on your plate, and you'll never know There's not meat in it, and you'll go, oh my God, what kind of meat was in this?
2:08:08
And I'll go, None, you'll go what? Go. Yeah, none.
2:08:12
No way.
2:08:13
Yeah, none guys, you just go, you can do it. Up to you.
2:08:22
All right, guys, it's it's Nano nine, we went nine minutes over. That makes up for a few times. We ended a little early for you guys.
2:08:31
Hope everyone enjoyed the live stream ushered in I'm much, much enjoy being here every week with you guys, much more so than in the past when I was a little burnt out. I'm getting a lot of rest. I'm finding myself actually sleeping till 6 and 6 30 in the morning these days.
2:08:45
And it just feels so good to be catching up on 5, 6 years worth of pushing.
2:08:51
So, thank you, guys, for that. And George, I'm going to give you the last word.
2:08:56
OK, well, everybody, thank you once again for joining us on this amazing Thursday.
2:09:02
The weekend is almost here, and I hope everybody is enjoying their summer. Fall is coming up in a little bit, but, everybody have a great rest of the week if things change J or I will post something, But if not, we'll see next Thursday. Thanks, everybody.
2:09:19
Have a great day.

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