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Attention incoming interns! Here's a list of TIPS I WISH I KNEW starting my intern year, some things you can start working on now and some less commonly discussed but very important parts of your job

It’s that time of year and yet again I’ve seen plenty of incoming interns asking what they can do to prepare. I wrote this post to share some tips for all of the not-exactly-medical stuff I wish I knew before I started intern year and to share a few things that interns can do before they start to feel like they’re well prepared for the long white coat.
As a quick background, I was a surgery intern in the first half of the 2010s and much of this is informed by my notes and memories from that time in addition to everything I’ve learned since, particularly about professionalism both in medicine and in the business world with work I’ve done in the healthcare startup arena. I’m also not perfect and very much a work in progress myself and, outside the intern-specific items here, I try to do most of these things myself—sometimes more successfully than others.
So take what you think are good ideas here, leave what you don’t think would be useful, and if anyone else has anything to add, please feel free to chime in.
TL;DR: Intern year is hard. Here are some not-so-commonly-disucussed tips that may help.

Mindset

1. Being an effective intern is, at its core, about being responsible, effective and reliable.

Your day to day responsibilities are nearly always dominated by the need to get things done and to do so in a manner that lets your other team members focus on their own roles and responsibilities. What about learning clinical medicine? You'll learn plenty and fast. Don't worry.
When reading through these tips below, view them from an angle of “would this help me develop an effective system for making sure everything gets done and nothing falls through the cracks?”

2. For your in-the-hospital life as well as your outside-the-hospital life, remember this one thing: you will forget.

You will be busy and have responsibilities in a way you likely have never experienced before. This will naturally make the day-to-day things in life more difficult than you’re used to so developing ways to outsmart your forgetful brain will pay off.

3. You are a professional now. This is your career. You’re in it.

It’s easy to view your life as a trainee as a sort of advanced student or something in between a student and a “real doctor”. But that’s not true. View yourself as a professional building your career. Your intern year is just the first step of that career. You’re a real doctor as much as any other now.

4. One of the hardest things about being an intern or resident is dealing with feelings of isolation. It will take work to actively manage and overcome those feelings.

Imposter syndrome, feeling like you don’t know what you’re doing or that you don’t belong, feeling like you’re not the person you used to be, that you don’t have time to do all the “normal” things that other people do, thinking your co-residents or attendings think you’re dumb, feeling that you don’t have time for friends/family/hobbies, ruminating on “what if I screw this up and hurt a patient?”, or “this doesn’t matter -- the patient is going to XX or YY anyway” etc are all common feelings and they all share the same undercurrent of feeling isolated in one way or another. You need to actively work to find ways to confront and overcome these feelings or else they will control you. When they control you, you’re burned out.
It may not seem like it at first, but nearly every single tip below is geared towards avoiding feelings of isolation. Feeling like you’re not in control of your finances will make you feel isolated. Feeling like you’re losing a handle on your relationships will make you feel isolated. Feeling like you’re behind on your email and haven’t done all the little things in life you need to do will make you feel isolated. Read these tips through that lens.

What you can do before you start

1. Organize and update your contacts. Seriously.

Here are some ways it can help you maintain and grow your relationships.
  • Use the ‘Notes’ feature in your contacts for everyone important in your life and all the new people meet.
    • You will forget your friends’ kids names and ages. Every time you get a birth announcement or see a post on social media, go to your friend’s contact, edit the notes and put in the info. Then, when you reach out to your friends, ask about their kids...by name.
    • You will forget your friends’ boyfriend/girlfriend/wife/husband/partner’s name, especially if you’ve never met them or haven’t seen them for a long time. Put their name in your friends’ card with a note like “Started seeing Sam in June 2020, he/she’s a software engineer”. Someone you know gets married? Add their wedding date to their card.
    • You will forget how you knew people in your contacts. Met at a conference? Was a medical student on your heme onc service? Friend-of-a-friend you met at a wedding? Someone shares an interest you have? Make a note in their contact card. Tip: these notes are for you, not them. So if someone reminds you of an actor, or didn’t stop talking about bitcoin, make a note. It will help because you will forget.
  • Tag your contacts or add them to lists and use those tags/lists to your advantage.
    • Make lists or tags for your family, your medical school friends, your undergrad friends, your coresidents, your attendings, your medical students, the hospitals you’ll be working at, etc. Put those lists or tags to use like this:
      • You will forget to stay in touch with people important to you. Set reminders in your phone for every week / two weeks / month, etc to pull up a list (family, medical school friends, etc), pick someone on that list you haven’t chatted with in a while and text them and ask them how they’re doing. Aim to start a conversation, ask about what’s happening in their life. Texts are more personal and meaningful than liking a post on social media or sharing a meme. Initiating conversations with your friends and family will help you feel connected and will increase the likelihood they reach out to you.
      • Don’t label your medical students like “MS3 Laura” or “Sub-I Juan”, etc. Label them with their full name and treat them like the colleagues they are. Put them on a list, clear it out next year if you want, but don’t treat them as “MS3 XXX“ or “MS4 YYY”. I’m sure you remember feeling like a nameless/faceless medical student at times in school and I’m sure you didn’t love it. So don’t repeat that behavior. Add a note or two about them while you’re at it. Take enough interest in your medical students to treat them well. You never know when or how you’ll cross paths with them again.
      • If you rotate through different hospitals, you will forget which “ED” or “PACU” or “nursing station 3rd floor” numbers are which. Tag them or put them on a list. It’ll make finding them when you need them much easier.

2. Use a good note taking app and a good task manager app to help with both your in-hospital life and your outside-of-the-hospital life.

Here are some ways to use a notes app.
  • Make a note for each rotation you’re on. Add in any unstructured tips as they come up, like “Send all of Dr. X’s patients home with Y”, “Use the call room in the basement outside of the locker room, passcode 1234”, “Park in the X lot on the weekends”, “Dr. A likes to manage Z with Y”, “The case manager, NAME, usually sits at the computer behind the 2nd floor nurses station”, etc. Don't overthink them, just write them down when they come up. Review those notes the next time you rotate through because you will forget all those little things and they will help you in the future.
  • Create a master grocery list of all things you typically get at the grocery store. Share it with a roommate/partner so they can keep it updated too. That way if you ever stop to pick something up, you can review the list to make sure there’s nothing you’ll forget.
    • Make master lists for other things in your life too like “packing for a conference”, “packing for a family trip”, “Target/Wal-Mart household master list” so you can quickly review anytime something comes up so you minimize the chance of forgetting something
  • Make notes for all of the other stuff you have to manage in your life like your car, your apartment/house, your loans, etc and update them every time you work on that thing. Change your loan repayment? Add it to the note. Have to get your brakes fixed? Add to the note where you got it done, how much it cost, etc. Talk to your landlord about fixing the shower? Add it to the note. Have to call the medical board to sort something out with a license? Add it to the note.
  • I like two note apps on iOS: Bear for personal notes since it’s fast and has great tagging and Apple’s Notes app for shared notes
Pick a good task manager app and use it for all the things in your life that aren’t your day-to-day work
  • Cousin getting married and you can go to the wedding? Make tasks to ensure your time off, book your travel, buy a gift, rent a hotel room, etc. Then put all the relevant info into your note because...you will forget.
  • Pandemic is over and you get to present a poster at a conference? Make tasks to review your draft with your coauthors, print your poster, book your travel, submit your reimbursement, etc. Then put all the relevant info into a note. Otherwise, you’ll forget.
  • I like Things and have also liked OmniFocus. There is a ton of content on how to set one of these things up for productivity so review it and use it YouTube search

3. Take charge of your finances

When I was an intern, I figured all I had to do was pay my loans and not go into more debt. I wish I had done the following instead:
  1. Read these two books: The White Coat Investor and I Will Teach You To Be Rich. Both are very good and have different strengths. The WCI is directly applicable to you and will help educate you in ways medical school didn’t about your financial future. IWTYTBR is much more of a “millennial” book but it’s very good for explaining big concepts and for providing a system to set yourself up for success. They’re both easy and relatively quick reads and don’t require any financial background. WCI is fine as an e-book but IWTY has a bunch of dialog boxes that make the e-book a poor experience, get a physical new or used copy.
  2. Set up a budget. I use and swear by You Need A Budget. It’s the best money I spend every year. Their system is easy and straightforward and it doesn’t take long to get the hang of it. I can’t recommend it highly enough.

4. Update your CV now and keep it updated regularly

You will no doubt have to share your CV with someone at some point whether it’s for fellowship or a research project or any number of things. The time to work on it is not when someone says “can you share your CV?” -- that’s a recipe for omissions, typos and mistakes. The only thing you should be doing every time you share your CV is giving it a quick once-over to make sure you don’t spot any mistakes and to make sure it’s up to date
There are plenty of templates online and your training institution may even have a preferred format somewhere on their website. Your ERAS application will give you a good head start but most of your medical school CV lines will either be condensed or removed all together unless something was particularly notable. You can almost always find example CVs online from senior people in your department or institution with a quick web search -- use a few as a guide
Set a reminder / task to update your CV at regular intervals. Quarterly is good, yearly at least. Save new versions of it each time so you can refer to the old ones if you need to and name them in a way to let you know you’re always sharing the most recent version, e.g., LASTNAME_FIRST NAME_CV_2020-06. You will forget if the one marked “CV” only is the right one you want to share.

5. Subscribe to a couple of newsletters to stay up to date with the world outside of your hospital

  • For general news, your preferred newspaper probably has a daily email briefing. Otherwise, Axios AM/PM and Politico’s Playbook are both very good quick reads to stay up to date with current events.
    • Keep up with healthcare news so you know what’s going on in the healthcare system broadly
      • Axios Vitals is a great, quick daily healthcare news update
      • Politico’s Pulse and Morning eHealth are both very good and have quick facts at the beginning if you just want to skim
      • Rock Health’s Rock Weekly is a decent summary of each week in the healthcare startup and technology world
Pick a few of these and aim to get through them each day. If you can’t get through them, unsubscribe to the ones you think are least relevant to you so you never feel “behind” in staying up with the news. You can breeze through the few you pick in a few minutes here and there throughout the day -- don’t make it any harder than that to feel like you’re “up to date” on the news.

General tips for maintaining relationships

  • For any romantic relationship, do these things if you don’t already:
 1. Make a rule: no phones at the table. * Don’t put your phone on the table face-up. Don’t put your phone on the table face-down. Keep your phone off the table and set to silent. * Focus on the person in front of you and show them you care about them by paying attention to them. We all know what it feels like to be with someone more interested in their screen than in interacting with you. If you’re on call, say “sorry, I’m on call, I may have to check something here and there”, apologize if you do check it and then put your phone away. 2. Make another rule: no phones in bed * Same principle as at the table. Want to feel like two strangers just passing through life who just so happen to share the same bed? Wake up, reach for your phone and scroll through your feeds like a zombie before getting out of bed. Same idea before bed. Your phone can wait. 3. If you’re at the point where you share finances, set a regular meeting to review how you’re doing. * Ideally, this is a “red, yellow or green” meeting and should only take a few minutes. Money can be a big conflict issue for relationships and avoiding talking about money is a surefire way to eventually turn to conflict. If you have a budget and shared goals, this should be quick. * A monthly check-in is good. Create a recurring calendar event, attach the shared notes or spreadsheet document you use, add your goals for the meeting and honor the meeting when it comes around. 
  • Eat with people who are important to you, if you can.
    • There’s something about sharing a meal that’s special in human nature. Friends who are important to you? Partners? Mentors you’re looking to get to know better after you’ve had a few chats? Try to eat with them when you can. And keep your phone off the table.
    • The same idea works with your coresidents and teams in the hospital. Eat with them if you can. Eating with others builds, strengthens and maintains relationships. Keep your phone off the table if you can.
Think about it this way: who would you consider a better mentor, the person you’ve met with a few times in their office where they sit behind their desk and you in front of them while they glance at their computer screen every time it pings or the person who’s invited you to get coffee or food and they kept their phone away the whole time? Now turn that around and realize the power of the message you can send to people you care about by trying to eat with them and show them they have your full attention.

Hospital tips

1. Learn to think about tasks as a continuum from start to finish instead of as a binary 'done/not done'.

Let’s say you have to order a CT for a patient of yours.
  • Instead of marking the task as complete the second you place the order for the CT, recognize that the whole task is not just placing the order, but also knowing when your patient is going down to the scanner, when they’re back, when the CT is up in the system, when the report is up and also that you’ve looked at the CT yourself and have read the report.
  • When your senior or attending asks you, “Did patient X get their CT?”, a not-so-great answer is “Yes” or “No”. A better answer is “they’re down at the scanner now” or “the scan’s done but it hasn’t been read yet. Want to look at it?” or “Yes, it’s negative for XXX but did show YYY”.
Whatever system you eventually adopt for your day-to-day task management in the hospital, whether it’s a list or index cards or a printed signout sheet, make sure you’re tracking both when orders go in, when they’re complete, when they’re cancelled, etc. Just marking things as complete once you place the order isn’t enough.

2. Signout is taken, not given.

What I mean by this is that when you take signout, that means you’re accepting responsibility for those patients. They might be your patients, you might be cross-covering, it doesn’t matter. What matters is that when those patients are your responsibility, it’s your responsibility to get what you need to know to take care of them.
Is someone signing out to you in a hurry and not giving you what you need? Ask them for that relevant past medical history, those exam findings, and so on. It’s not enough for the person handing off to say “we’re worried about x or y”, you’ve got to follow that up with “in case of x or y, is there a plan for what the team wants me to do?”. Get the answers you need.
A lot of covering patients on call is playing defense whereas the primary team generally plays offense. But that doesn’t mean you can play defense in isolation. The last thing you want is for the primary team to feel surprised by your choices.
 * Here’s two ways for the above example to go when turning the patients you were covering back over the next day or whatever: 1. You: “For patient so-and-so, you said you were worried about x or y. Y happened.” Them: “What did you do?”. You: “Z”. Them: “Shit, my attending’s not gonna like that”. 2. You “Y happened so I did A like you said, it went fine and here’s the current status”. Them: “Great, thanks” * See the difference? 
  • Along the lines of taking responsibility for those patients, that means that if you couldn’t get the information you needed at signout then you have to go and see those patients and get the information you need yourself.
    • You’ll hear this idea said a bunch of different ways like “trust but verify”, “trust no one” and your comfort level will change over the year as you become more confident and comfortable. But always error on the side of going to see the patient and getting your own information at the start.

3. If you will be miserable without something when you’re in the hospital, bring it with you. You won’t reliably be able to find it at the hospital every time you need it.

  • Need coffee otherwise you turn into a demon? Bring it with you. You never know when you’ll get caught doing something and won’t be able to run to the cafeteria for your fix.
  • On call overnight and know you need food so you don’t go insane? Bring it with you. Here’s a hospital food rule: never rely on the hospital's ability to feed you. The hospital will let you down sooner or later, I guarantee it.
  • Know you always get cold on call? The day you forget your jacket/sweatshirt is the day you won’t be able to find a spare blanket in the hospital to save your life. Put a backup in your locker (if your hospital respects you enough to give you one).

Miscellaneous productivity, professionalism and lifestyle tips

1. Aim to “touch” everything only once

  • Example: your physical mail. You know, the stuff made of dead trees that accumulates in that box you check every once in a while. For every piece of mail you get, you should either trash it, file it, or act on it. Don’t touch it until you’re ready to do one of those things.
  • Example: your email. Either delete it, archive it, reply to it or do the thing it’s telling you to do right away. Don’t fall into the trap of using your inbox as a to-do list -- that’s a recipe to get burned. Use a task manager for your to-do list and aim to keep your inbox at zero. Realize that email’s true power is communication and use it as a communication tool and nothing else.
  • I’ll use the example of going to a wedding again as something to “touch once”. Aim to accomplish all the tasks at once or at least create tasks and reminders to complete those tasks all in one go. Respond to the RSVP, create the calendar invite with all the information from the invitation, share the calendar event with your date, book your travel, book your hotel, book your rental car, buy your gift from the registry and set a reminder to get your suit/dress cleaned a few weeks ahead, etc.

2. Lean to use your calendar as a tool

Professionals in the “real world” tend to live and die by their calendars. Some people, especially many senior people in medicine, don’t manage their own calendars. But you manage yours. With it you can:
  • Make sure all events—even small ones like dates or errands you want to run—have locations so all you have to do is click the location for directions
  • Send invites to friends / family / coworkers for anything you talk about doing that has the relevant info
  • Make reminders for yourself to prepare for upcoming events, i.e.., don’t count on seeing your parents’/spouses’/whomever’s birthday “coming up” to remind you to get a gift or send a card. Create an event two weeks before their birthday that says “Buy Mom a birthday card”, set it to repeat yearly and buy a card when it comes up, send it a few days later and don’t worry that it won’t get there in time.

3. Learn to use email well

Ever get an email from someone and feel their tone was terse, condescending or rude? Don’t be that person. Error on the side being polite and professional and writing in complete sentences without textspeak. It’s not hard — you type fast, even with your thumbs, I’m sure of it.
  • Learn to communicate effectively. Keep it short but not terse. State why you’re writing to someone, be clear if you’re asking a question, and think about it this way: “How am I making it as easy as possible for this person to understand why I’m emailing them and do what I’m asking them to do?
  • Don’t use a canned salutation like “Best, NAME” or even worse: “Best, INITIALS”. Use your salutation to continue to communicate your message and remember that politeness and professionalism extend through your signature.
    • I don’t know why “Best,” is so common in medicine but it’s meaningless, unthoughtful, inherently passive aggressive and I seriously read it as if the person writing it were signing off by saying “Go f*ck yourself,”. Same thing for “Regards,” and its ilk, any abbreviation like “vr,” or any form of cutesy quote.
    • Write your salutation fresh each time. Did you ask someone for something? Say “Thank you for your help”. Are you writing someone senior to you and want to sound somewhat formal? “Sincerely,” never goes out of style. Are you sharing information and essentially writing a memo? Use “Please let me know if you have any questions”. Your salutation is communication, treat it that way.
    • Sign with your name, not your initials. Signing with initials is a common way senior people will try to remind you they’re senior to you. If you do it, it’s like you’re trying to prove you’re a Cool Guy Big Shot too. It never comes across well -- even for those senior people. Initials are terse. Lowercase initials are even terser. Although they may look different at first glance, all initial signatures functionally come across as ‘FU’. Write your name.
      • If it’s a few rounds back and forth of email, it’s normal drop salutations and signatures and treat email more like texting. Keep using complete sentences without textspeak, though. I promise you’ll come across better that way.
    • Use the ‘signature’ feature of your email client to share your professional details and contact information
      • Your institution (not department) will hopefully have a format for this that’s standardized and includes minimal or no graphics. If it doesn't, then I feel sorry for all the inevitable IT headaches you will eventually endure at your institution since they clearly underfund and undervalue contemporary IT and professional services. It’s the wild west out there so find some good examples of clean, professional signature formats and make one for yourself.
      • Note: this signature lives below your salutation and sign off. It’s essentially the letterhead for your email that lets your recipient fill in the details you may not otherwise provide like your department, mailing address or fax number. It’s not a replacement for signing off of your communication professionally.
    • Never use bold, italics, underlines or different font sizes in your emails. They only make emails harder to read and jumble your message.
  • If you want to highlight something, put it in a numbered or bulleted list.
    • If you can’t communicate what you want with 2-3 bulleted points, then email is not the right medium to use. Do you like reading long emails? Of course you don’t. Write a memo, attach it as a PDF or shared doc and use the email to tell your recipients to review the attachment.
  • You will eventually, in some way or another, ask someone to introduce you to one of their contacts and or refer you for something. Learn how to write a good forwardable email that utilizes the double opt-in concept and how to make it easy on the person doing you the favor. Read more here, here and here.
    • While you’re at it, understand the power of using CC and BCC to communicate effectively.
  • Aim to answer all emails written directly to you within 24 hours.
    • If you can’t respond fully right away, respond briefly saying you got the note and that you’ll work on it and get back to them. Set a reminder or create a task to do or review the thing and get back to them once you’ve done it.
    • Do you hate being left on read in text? You do it in email every time you don’t respond to someone in a timely fashion. It’s better to share a quick, “I got it and I’m working on it message” then not replying until days or weeks later.

4. Don’t let someone else’s negative energy and/or anxiety transfer to you

You will frequently experience things like this in the hospital:
  • A co-resident disagrees with a management decision made at rounds and mentions that so-and-so is an idiot. So-and-so probably isn’t an idiot. Your co-resident probably isn’t an idiot either. Form your own opinions from your own experiences.
  • A nurse pages you with a tone that says “THIS IS REALLY BAD”. It might be, go and see. And on your way, stay calm and go over the steps in your head of what you’d do if it is, in fact, REALLY BAD. But don’t freak yourself out before you even get to the room. You won’t be able to make decisions with a clear head if you’re already worked up.
  • You’re a surgery intern and all your patients are normally on the med-surg floor. Every once in a while, one goes somewhere like heme-onc if the med-surg floor is full. Someone on your team says something like “great, now they’re going to screw up our patient”. Recognize that that floor isn’t full of terrible nurses and may just have less experiences with lines and drains and that the best thing you can do is go down there, talk to the nurse and say “here’s what we want to be called about” and “this thing may look bad but it usually isn’t and we don’t need to be called, here’s why”, and so on. Doing things like this will mean you get fewer calls. Fewer calls are good.
  • Your attending is having a bad day and you’re not enjoying your interactions with them. Don’t let that make you have a bad day too. Medicine is hard enough as it is, stick to your own bad days instead adopting other people’s. Then pull up your friend list, text a buddy and feel better.

5. Don’t neglect your physical health. Trying to eat well and stay active are even more important when you’re insanely busy.

The #1 thing you can do to help your waistline is cook your own food and pack your own meals. It doesn’t matter what you cook or how good of a cook you are, as long as you’re aiming to pack meals that an adult would eat, it will be healthier than takeout and cafeteria food. It’s better for portion control, you control all the ingredients and you get a sense of satisfaction for being on the ball. It’s better in every way.
I know it’s not realistic to always prep and pack your own food on the busiest of services but you should try to hit at least a percentage like 25% or 50% of your meals. There are no lost causes in your own health.
It will be hard to exercise and work out. You should still try to do it anyway. You will go long stretches without exercising at times. Don’t beat yourself up about it. Every day is a chance to do the thing you want to do so get back out there.

6. If your social profiles are private, consider doing some housekeeping and making them public.

Instead of thinking about them as a liability to be that needs to be hidden, think about them as a narrative you can control.
Nothing is private on the internet. Even your private profile. You never know who knows someone you know or what may get screenshotted and shared down the line.
It’s natural to run a web search on anyone you’re meeting for a date, interviewing with for a job, or researching in general. When you search your own name, what comes up? What do you think when you’re searching for someone and they have a private page? Do you ever click on a few links to see professional stuff from LinkedIn, and then some social pages to see what else you learn? So does everyone else.
Use your social pages to put forward a version of you that shows who you are, shows some interests true to yourself, makes you seem like a totally normal and reliable person (which is exactly what any potential date, partner, fellowship director or hiring manager is asking themselves about you) and doesn’t share enough information to let a patient show up at your door.
Medicine lags behind other industries with people still commonly hiding behind private pages. In the tech world, it’s more strange to not have a public page. A private page says more about you that you might want to hide red flags whereas a public page says “go ahead and look, you won’t find any red flags”. One is much more powerful than the other.

Closing and something to read

When you view your professional life, it’s natural to view your professional relationships as being a binary one between patient and physician. That’s certainly essential and certainly important, but as a professional you now have relationships to consider with so many more types of people: co-residents, faculty in your department, faculty in other departments, administrators, support staff, medical students, and so on.
Just as you had to learn how to work with patients, you will have to learn to work with all of the other people in your professional life. Truly effective professionals will treat all interactions importantly and give thought and consideration to each one. All these interactions and relationships will all affect your day-to-day experience, your well-being and, ultimately, your professional experience.
You will find yourself being not just responsible for your patients, but also for yourself, your career and your relationships. It takes effort to succeed in all of those areas. And even with effort, sometimes you’ll be winning in an area and losing in others. And in a few months it will be different -- that’s just life.
I want you to consider looking outside of books and resources written specifically for physicians when you’re trying to tackle these issues inside the hospital and out.
Medicine is a much-smaller-than-you-realize bubble with a long history of personality-driven examples of “that’s just the way we do it” or “that’s how we’ve always done it”. There are good books about medicine out there, to be sure, but you’ll benefit more professionally by learning from the wide world outside of hospitals since there are quite simply many more successful and accomplished people who’ve written great resources for all aspects of professional life that medicine tends to ignore.
I’d recommend you start with this book: Andy Grove’s High Output Management (a review by another Valley titan here). Andy escaped communist Hungary, taught himself English and rose to be CEO of Intel and went on to be a sage of Silicon Valley before he passed. This book is a how-to guide for how to be an effective professional in an organization (hint: you're now a professional in an organization) and if you’ve enjoyed this post at all, you’ll love this book. You may think that this book applies to ‘managers’ and ‘business’ and not medicine but you couldn’t be more wrong. Although it was probably written around the time you were born, nearly everything in this book is a lesson that directly applies to your professional life in medicine and when you start seeing it, you’ll feel like you’re in The Matrix.
Congratulations! You've worked hard to get here. Be proud of yourself, your degree, your long white coat and be the best doctor you can be.
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    4. Pretty much this sums it up for crypto and politics. (1836 points, 118 comments)
    5. Don't look at ATHs, the story starts when you look at ATLs. (1777 points, 223 comments)
    6. Is this unjust? Where a bank can shut you down for investing in the cannabis industry even if it's legal in your country or state? A perfect use case for crypto where it is borderless and censorship resistant. No longer the banks are the gatekeepers of our own money. (1656 points, 280 comments)
    7. Some Simple Tips to Avoid Traps in the Crypto Sphere. (1565 points, 251 comments)
    8. Complaining about a bear market will get you nowhere. Step back and always look at the bigger picture of what is being built. Good tech takes time. (1470 points, 281 comments)
    9. What kind of money do you want? Permissioned or Controlled? We still have time to decide. (1405 points, 310 comments)
    10. Network Values. Who has raised the most are often not the most important. What's the point of all of this? (1241 points, 218 comments)
  2. 17706 points, 3 submissions: mtimetraveller
    1. The true power of Bitcoin 🔥 (14644 points, 1280 comments)
    2. Microsoft Excel recognizes Bitcoin as a currency (2627 points, 164 comments)
    3. Anthony Pompliano is calling on all #cryptocurrency exchanges to delete #BitcoinSV on May 1, 2019, as a repudiation of the claims of #CraigWright and Calvin Ayre that #BSV is the “real Bitcoin.” (435 points, 130 comments)
  3. 11600 points, 13 submissions: coinsmash1
    1. Andrew Yang wants to Employ Blockchain in voting. "It’s ridiculous that in 2020 we are still standing in line for hours to vote in antiquated voting booths. It is 100% technically possible to have fraud-proof voting on our mobile phone" (4351 points, 586 comments)
    2. Bitcoin vs Gold - $180 billion vs ~$7 trillion market cap... (1551 points, 285 comments)
    3. Number of confirmed Bitcoin transactions per day hits highest level since last bull run (1132 points, 270 comments)
    4. Litecoin hits $125 as mining hash rate reaches new all-time high (983 points, 325 comments)
    5. Bitcoin at $8,000 (759 points, 172 comments)
    6. Just checking I got this; you can now cryptographically audit the ‘locked’ holdings of $600 million worth of BTC, ETH and Dai—and it looks like this has been in a bull market since Oct 2017... (512 points, 58 comments)
    7. $100 million in Liquidations over the last 6 hours ($60m Shorts vs 40m Longs) (485 points, 150 comments)
    8. 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang talks Bitcoin and Blockchain (432 points, 269 comments)
    9. $79 million worth of shorts liquidated 🥺 (349 points, 58 comments)
    10. Ouch, $28 mil of shorts just got squeezed into liquidation (313 points, 64 comments)
  4. 9313 points, 1 submission: flafel
    1. Ladies and gentlemen, $10,000 = 1 Bitcoin once again. (9313 points, 612 comments)
  5. 8750 points, 6 submissions: 1Lost_King1
    1. This is just priceless! (3989 points, 299 comments)
    2. We'll he is kind right! (1977 points, 202 comments)
    3. Yellow vests, Paris! (1202 points, 80 comments)
    4. Coinbase now has more than 30 million users! (909 points, 132 comments)
    5. Crypto is the way! (364 points, 59 comments)
    6. Strong words! (309 points, 81 comments)
  6. 8063 points, 8 submissions: jam-hay
    1. Facebook unveils ‘its most invasive and dangerous form of surveillance yet’ with launch of Libra cryptocurrency (2684 points, 369 comments)
    2. Apple CEO Tim Cook slams Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency as a power grab (1209 points, 145 comments)
    3. Truth be told, this isnt the best entry point for no-coiners new to the sub to start buying into crypto for the first time so please exercise caution. (1134 points, 268 comments)
    4. President Xi Says China Should ‘Seize Opportunity’ to Adopt Blockchain (1115 points, 206 comments)
    5. Booking.com becomes latest firm to drop out of Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency (874 points, 82 comments)
    6. Tomorrow it will be a DECADE since Satoshi created the genesis block and Bitcoin will be 10 years old! (574 points, 55 comments)
    7. This classic from former IMF, World Bank & Federal Reserve Economist that predicted the financial crisis of 2008 (244 points, 69 comments)
    8. Facebooks Libra runs into immediate opposition in Europe (229 points, 92 comments)
  7. 7547 points, 5 submissions: hodlorcrypt
    1. Hope you guys have better plans for this evening than this (2952 points, 182 comments)
    2. Someone doesn't belong here... (1657 points, 321 comments)
    3. How it feels sometimes when reading the /CryptoCurrency Daily Discussion (1559 points, 297 comments)
    4. Happy Friday everyone. Hope you all have a green weekend! (1094 points, 98 comments)
    5. A lighthearted reminder not to spend more than you can afford (285 points, 41 comments)
  8. 7112 points, 7 submissions: Fly115
    1. Elon Musk tweets 'Ethereum' (2908 points, 459 comments)
    2. Don't get poor slowly (1861 points, 302 comments)
    3. I made a Cryptocurrency tracking spreadsheet complete with live crypto price updates, moon math, and a full history of your Portfolio and trading performance (Updated). (1151 points, 133 comments)
    4. Jordan Peterson tweets - "Time magazine praises Bitcoin as a potential bastion of freedom" (468 points, 383 comments)
    5. Elon Musk: Dogecoin rulz (256 points, 26 comments)
    6. A single Bitcoin Cash address is responsible for nearly 50 percent of the networks transactions in the past month. (250 points, 87 comments)
    7. Trade volume on Bakkt is at new highs. (218 points, 87 comments)
  9. 6814 points, 1 submission: dinono33
    1. This is why adoption and the US is so behind when it comes to Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency. Have a look at this shocking video from Congress. (6814 points, 720 comments)
  10. 6770 points, 1 submission: YoJoee
    1. Sarah nailed it. (6770 points, 397 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. Toyake (10153 points, 709 comments)
  2. throwawayLouisa (7600 points, 1241 comments)
  3. martinkarolev (5838 points, 106 comments)
  4. bortkasta (5216 points, 640 comments)
  5. Qwahzi (4961 points, 476 comments)
  6. bLbGoldeN (4535 points, 426 comments)
  7. hungryforitalianfood (4148 points, 334 comments)
  8. Trident1000 (3469 points, 309 comments)
  9. 500239 (3372 points, 606 comments)
  10. UpDown (3118 points, 346 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. The true power of Bitcoin 🔥 by mtimetraveller (14644 points, 1280 comments)
  2. Ladies and gentlemen, $10,000 = 1 Bitcoin once again. by flafel (9313 points, 612 comments)
  3. This is why adoption and the US is so behind when it comes to Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency. Have a look at this shocking video from Congress. by dinono33 (6814 points, 720 comments)
  4. Sarah nailed it. by YoJoee (6770 points, 397 comments)
  5. Trump: “I am not a fan of Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies, which are not money, and whose value is highly volatile and based on thin air.” by Tmfallon (6285 points, 1648 comments)
  6. How I successfully converted $1200 into $340 with crypto! by warnakey (5012 points, 582 comments)
  7. Andrew Yang wants to Employ Blockchain in voting. "It’s ridiculous that in 2020 we are still standing in line for hours to vote in antiquated voting booths. It is 100% technically possible to have fraud-proof voting on our mobile phone" by coinsmash1 (4351 points, 586 comments)
  8. The inevitable by AceOrigins (4342 points, 364 comments)
  9. Over last 3 years, Wells Fargo bank got caught. Paid gov’t $2.7 billion in total fines, penalties for ripoffs. Yet bank’s profit over same 3 years = $ 60 billion. Total fines, penalties = 4.7% of profits. Trivial. No wonder banks keep ripping us off. by skythe4 (4245 points, 215 comments)
  10. $12,000 by Phitzdisco666 (4173 points, 641 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 2212 points: absoluteknave's comment in Wife of Norwegian billionaire kidnapped – Ransom to be paid in monero ($10.3 million)
  2. 1668 points: thekiyote's comment in When BTC reached $8k in 2017, it reached $18k within 20 days
  3. 1655 points: Metalgear_ray's comment in BTC Dump: Pure Whale Manipulation
  4. 1460 points: flunky_the_majestic's comment in Isn't it scary? What do you think of this?
  5. 1272 points: Jobsternz's comment in How I successfully converted $1200 into $340 with crypto!
  6. 1204 points: CarpetThorb's comment in 99% of you won't hold through the entirety of the next bull run
  7. 1068 points: Brunswickstreet's comment in Justin Sun Not Giving the Tesla to The Winner they Announced First
  8. 1024 points: Lard_of_Dorkness's comment in Elon Musk tweets 'Ethereum'
  9. 1023 points: martinkarolev's comment in Still in its adolescence ...
  10. 957 points: willzyx01's comment in 99% of you won't hold through the entirety of the next bull run
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List of Scott's most influential twitter followers

It seems like Scott/SSC has gotten much more mainstream recognition over the past year, so I was curious to know who the most influential SSC readers are now. Using twitter follower data for this isn't perfect (follower count is not a perfect proxy for influence, not all SSC readers follow the twitter account, etc.), but it's the best I could think of and I figured it would be a fun exercise regardless.
As an aside, a few interesting stats I learned about Scott's twitter followers (scraped on 12/30/17):
  1. Scott is followed by exactly two members of Congress: Justin Amash (Republican) and Jim Himes (Democrat)
  2. Scott has 351 bluecheck followers
  3. Of the top 100 most-followed followers, the gender breakdown (by my count) is 82 men vs 8 women (along with 10 organization or anonymous accounts). Among the top 50, it's 43 men and 1 woman (Liv Boeree)
  4. 385 followers (2% of the total) have bios including either "bitcoin", "ethereum", "crypto" or "blockchain"
  5. There are 67 followers whose bios include either "@Google", "@ Google", "at Google", or "Googler"
Note: When constructing the top 100 below, I excluded accounts that had extremely large Following counts, since I wanted the list to just consist of (likely) actual SSC readers. My exact rule was to exclude any account that follows >20K, include any that follows <10K, and include accounts in the 10K-20K range iff their following/follower ratio was less than 10% (this last condition was mostly just because I wanted to keep @pmarca on the list).
Anyway, below is the top 100. I also constructed lists for Eliezer, Robin Hanson, and gwern, and I can post those in the comments if anyone's interested.
Ranking Twitter Name Full Name Bio Bluecheck Follower Count Following Count
1 @NateSilver538 Nate Silver Editor-in-Chief, @FiveThirtyEight. Author, The Signal and the Noise (http://amzn.to/QdyFYV). Sports/politics/food geek. 1 2860782 1051
2 @ezraklein Ezra Klein Founder and editor-at-large, http://Vox.com. Come work with us! http://bit.ly/1ToAmQ8 1 2277052 1112
3 @timoreilly Tim O'Reilly Founder and CEO, O'Reilly Media. Watching the alpha geeks, sharing their stories, helping the future unfold. 1 1988716 1829
4 @paulg Paul Graham 1 1066366 322
5 @SamHarrisOrg Sam Harris Author of The End of Faith, The Moral Landscape, Waking Up, and other bestselling books published in over 20 languages. Host of the Waking Up… 1 974855 229
6 @techreview MIT Tech Review MIT Technology Review equips its audiences with the intelligence to understand a world shaped by technology. 1 794095 3367
7 @pmarca Marc Andreessen 1 672740 16319
8 @cdixon Chris Dixon programming, philosophy, history, internet, startups, investing 1 572260 3320
9 @RealTimeWWII WW2 Tweets from 1939 I livetweet the 2nd World War, as it happened on this day in 1939 & for 6 years to come (2nd time around). Created by Alwyn Collinson,… 0 516803 459
10 @VitalikButerin Vitalik Buterin See https://about.me/vitalik_buterin 1 458582 154
11 @Tribeca Tribeca Great stories from the greatest storytellers. 1 409581 18678
12 @bhorowitz Ben Horowitz Author of Ben's Blog (http://www.bhorowitz.com) and HarperBusiness book, THE HARD THING ABOUT HARD THINGS http://www.amazon.com/Hard-Thing-About-Things-Building-ebook/dp/B00DQ845EA/ref=sr_1_1… 1 405820 255
13 @mattyglesias Matthew Yglesias Fake news. Bad takes. Dad jokes. We’re actually on the Bad Place. 1 372341 754
14 @naval Naval Present. 0 339469 478
15 @SwiftOnSecurity SwiftOnSecurity I make stupid jokes, talk systems security, https://DecentSecurity.com + http://GotPhish.com, write Scifi, sysadmin, & use Oxford commas. Sprezzatura. 0 211672 7530
16 @alexismadrigal Alexis C. Madrigal staff writer @TheAtlantic in the real world, these just people with ideas Mexican, Oakland, Earthseed 1 203540 5682
17 @ScottAdamsSays Scott Adams Win Bigly: http://amzn.to/2myAGon 1 202042 788
18 @Khanoisseur Adam Khan Majordomo; Stuff at @Google @Twitter @SpaceX @Apple Exposing Trump https://www.gofundme.com/VolunteerJournalism… *Turn notifications on for breaking Trump… 0 183964 9359
19 @felixsalmon Felix Salmon Host and editor, Cause & Effect 1 180414 1832
20 @fmanjoo Farhad Manjoo (feat. Drake) NYT. DMs are open. signal: 4156836738. [email protected]. Instagram/Snapchat: fmanjoo 1 167592 4095
21 @VsauceTwo Vsauce2 Being Human. personal twitter: @kevleeb 0 151795 279
22 @russian_market Russian Market Swiss Financial Blogger. In Bitcoin we trust. 1 148866 939
23 @AaronDayAtlas Aaron Day CEO @Salucorp, Chairman @stark_360. #entrepreneur #btc #blockchain #healthcare #paleo #tech #dad Former candidate for #USSenate #ENTJ 0 133389 2075
24 @justinamash Justin Amash I defend #liberty and explain every vote at http://facebook.com/justinamash • 'Laws must be general, equal, and certain.' —F.A. Hayek 1 131997 5376
25 @Liv_Boeree Liv Boeree Poker player & Team Pokerstars Pro. Physics creature. Aspiring rationalist. Mountain goat. [email protected] 1 125366 451
26 @MaxCRoser Max Roser Researcher @UniOfOxford – Follow me for data visualizations of long-term trends of living standards – mostly from my web publication: http://www.OurWorldinData.org 1 114045 583
27 @Jonathan_Blow Jonathan Blow Game designer of Braid and The Witness. Partner in IndieFund. 0 112827 68
28 @andrewchen Andrew Chen Growth: @uber. Writer: http://andrewchen.co. Plus one: @briannekimmel 0 111077 6288
29 @charlescwcooke Charles C. W. Cooke Editor of National Review Online. Classical liberal. Immigrant. Jack’s Dad. Wino. ‘The American is the Englishman left to himself.’ 1 110071 872
30 @AlanEyre1 Alan Eyre Diplomat, U.S. State Dept, Energy Resources Bureau. Middle East/Asia Energy; ایران. RT doesn't =endorsement; 'likes' don't necessarily=likes, often… 1 106947 3514
31 @karpathy Andrej Karpathy Director of AI at Tesla. Previously a Research Scientist at OpenAI, and CS PhD student at Stanford. I like to train Deep Neural Nets on large datasets. 1 106643 445
32 @JamesADamore James Damore Nerd centrist interested in open discussions and improving the world by fixing perverse incentive structures. Author of the pro-diversity … 1 94580 210
33 @SherwoodStrauss Ethan Strauss Podcasting 1 88258 1204
34 @james_clear James Clear Author, weightlifter and travel photographer in 25+ countries. Over 400,000 people subscribe to my weekly newsletter on how to build better habits. 1 87968 218
35 @nk from the future Wealth and personal achievement expert 0 81712 591
36 @benthompson Ben Thompson AuthoFounder of @stratechery. Host of @exponentfm. @notechben for sports. @monkbent on other networks. Home on the Internet. 1 78746 1267
37 @matthewherper Matthew Herper Forbes reporter covering science and medicine 1 78698 2111
38 @JeremyCMorgan Jeremy Morgan Tech Blogger, Hacker, Pluralsight Author, and Volunteer Firefighter. Once held the world record for being the youngest person alive 0 78601 7365
39 @balajis Balaji S. Srinivasan CEO (http://Earn.com) and Board Partner (@a16z). I hear this Bitcoin thing might be kind of a big deal. You can reach me at http://earn.com/balajis. 1 70707 2936
40 @patrickc Patrick Collison Fallibilist, optimist. Stripe CEO. 1 68709 1875
41 @matthew_d_green Matthew Green I teach cryptography at Johns Hopkins. 0 68434 594
42 @delong Brad DeLong 🖖🏻 I'm trying to be smart, knowledgable, funny, and well-wishing. You try too--at least 2 of 4. Low volume: 1+ per day... 0 67968 1578
43 @flantz Frank Lantz game designer 0 66090 278
44 @MYSTIQUEWEST MYSTIQUE NYC The Mystique Gentlemen’s Strip Club offers the best in adult entertainment in New York City. With unique stage design, full bars and the most beautiful dancers. 0 64881 332
45 @AceofSpadesHQ TheOne&OnlyExpert I'm not #TheExpert, or the expert parodying #TheExpert. I'm the real expert. 0 64872 1464
46 @btaylor Bret Taylor President, Chief Product Officer of @Salesforce. Previously CEO Quip, CTO Facebook, CEO FriendFeed, co-creator Google Maps. Stanford fan, @Twitter… 1 64829 687
47 @wycats Yehuda Katz Tilde Co-Founder, OSS enthusiast and world traveler. 1 63933 849
48 @jahimes Jim Himes Connecticut Congressman. Reader. Runner. Swimmer. And I make maple syrup. 1 62820 411
49 @abnormalreturns Tadas Viskanta Financial Educator, Author and Editor of Abnormal Returns. 0 61693 413
50 @BrendanNyhan Brendan Nyhan @Dartmouth political science professor, @UpshotNYT contributor, and @BrightLineWatch co-organizer. Before: @CJR / Spinsanity / All the President'… 1 61508 6149
51 @matt_levine Matt Levine da, wo Menschen arbeiten, wird es immer Fehler geben 1 61314 990
52 @BretWeinstein Bret Weinstein Professor in Exile If we don't harness evolution, it will harness us. 1 61049 536
53 @gaberivera Gabe Rivera Blame me for @Techmeme and @mediagazer. Nicer than my tweets. Often sarcastic. DMs are open. 2+2â‰5. Retweets are endorphins. 1 59927 5599
54 @SarahTheHaider Sarah Haider Promotes free-speech, human rights, liberalism, atheism. Director of Outreach,Ex-Muslims of North America. Pakistani by birth, American by… 0 59574 292
55 @TheInfinite_T ✨Infinite_T✨ NSFW Send GoogleWallet to [email protected] pls send all your tokens to http://mfc.im/infinite_t/t Wishlist: http://a.co/8taURYD 0 59061 645
56 @cblatts Chris Blattman Political economist studying conflict, crime, and poverty, and @UChicago Professor @HarrisPolicy and @PearsonInst. I blog at … 0 57670 2445
57 @jamestaranto James Taranto Editorial Features Editor, in charge of @WSJ op-ed pages. Best of the Web columnist 2000-17. 1 56733 174
58 @nitashatiku Nitasha Tiku Senior writer @Wired covering Silicon Valley [email protected], DM for Signal 1 56133 4327
59 @DKThomp Derek Thompson Writer at @TheAtlantic. Author of HIT MAKERS. Talker on NPR's @hereandnow. Economics of work and play. derek[at]theatlantic[dot]com 1 53387 1116
60 @aliamjadrizvi Ali A. Rizvi Pakistani-Canadian author of The Atheist Muslim (SMP/Macmillan). Amazon order link below. Co-host of @SecularJihadist podcast. Contact:… 1 52806 784
61 @RameshPonnuru Ramesh Ponnuru @NRO, @BV, @AEI, @CBS. Husband of @aprilponnuru. 1 51721 613
62 @JYuter Rabbi Josh Yuter "For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways" Is. 55:8. Jewish stuff + bad jokes. All opinions subject to change. 1 50731 2599
63 @meganphelps Megan Phelps-Roper “You're just a human being, my dear, sweet child.” Speaking requests: [email protected] Contact: [email protected] 1 49678 792
64 @albertwenger Albert Wenger VC at http://usv.com 1 49107 1794
65 @paulbloomatyale Paul Bloom Psychologist who studies and writes about human nature—including morality, pleasure, and religion 1 48579 391
66 @conor64 Conor Friedersdorf Staff writer at The Atlantic, founding editor of The Best of Journalism–subscribe here: https://www.ponyexpress.io/subscribe/thebestofjournalism… 1 46977 1405
67 @EricRWeinstein Eric Weinstein Managing director @ Thiel Capital. Some assembly required. Spelling not included. May contain math. Tweets are my own. 1 46263 850
68 @adamdangelo Adam D'Angelo CEO of Quora 1 45545 526
69 @robbystarbuck Robby Starbuck Director + Producer + Founder at RSM Creative - Husband to @imatriarch - Dad to 3 Kids + 2 Dogs - Futurist - Cuban American - Fan of Civilized Debate 1 45308 1842
70 @clairlemon Claire Lehmann Principle before affiliation. Founder, editor http://quillette.com. Contact me at http://earn.com/clairelehmann 1 45305 2000
71 @tombennett71 Tom Bennett Director of researchED- https://researched.org.uk Chair of @educationgovuk Behaviour group. Free training available here http://www.tombennetttraining.co.uk 1 43859 3698
72 @m2jr Mike Maples The woods are lovely, dark and deep, But I have promises to keep,And miles to go before I sleep,And miles to go before I sleep.-Robert Frost 0 43629 3915
73 @DavidDidau David Didau Education writer and speaker. Ginger. #PsychBook OUT NOW! https://goo.gl/xyDIjO; #WrongBook still available: http://amzn.to/1Opyach 0 43531 1092
74 @ByronTau Byron Tau congress et al. for @wsj. interested in law, lobbying, nat'l security, investigations, gov't ethics and . contact me securely: http://bit.ly/2s2HTfG 1 43026 2699
75 @MichaelKitces MichaelKitces One nerd’s perspective on the financial planning world… CFP, #LifelongLearner, Entrepreneur-In-Denial, Advisor #FinTech, & publisher of the Nerd’s Eye View blog 1 42304 459
76 @rahulkapil Rahul Kapil Come to observe. Stay to play. 0 41987 975
77 @michaelbatnick Irrelevant Investor Long-distance reader 0 41620 1076
78 @yegg Gabriel Weinberg CEO & Founder, @DuckDuckGo. Co-author, Traction. I want to publish zines and rage against machines. DM for Signal. 1 39470 151
79 @Jesse_Livermore Jesse Livermore Trader, Speculator, Bucketeer 0 39190 4459
80 @iconominet ICONOMI Digital Assets Management Platform for the Decentralised Economy 0 39030 1942
81 @IKucukparlak İlker Küçükparlak Psikiyatrist http://ihtisastramvayi.com 0 38018 757
82 @vdare Virginia Dare The Twitter account for the editors of VDARE. Featured at the 2016 Republican National Convention 0 37723 4429
83 @juliagalef Julia Galef SF-based writer & speaker focused on reasoning, judgment, and the future of humanity. Host of the Rationally Speaking podcast (@rspodcast) 1 37530 340
84 @nicknotned Nick Denton Internet publisher 1 36708 2524
85 @JeremyMcLellan Jeremy McLellan Standup Comedian, Papist-in-training, biryani extremist, alleged member of the Muslim Cousinhood, US ambassador to the Pindi Boyz, spy pigeon trainer 1 36253 1538
86 @collision John Collison Co-founder of @stripe. 0 35995 1290
87 @narcissawright ♕ Narcissa fledgling seer 1 35375 1266
88 @panzer Matthew Panzarino Editor-in-Chief, TechCrunch. Telecom stories killed: 0. PGP Key https://keybase.io/panzer 1 35162 2902
89 @EconTalker Russell Roberts How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life (http://amzn.to/1o72lYh), EconTalk host, econ novelist, co-creator of Keynes/Hayek rap videos, http://www.wonderfulloaf.org/ 0 34611 669
90 @nktpnd Ankit Panda Senior Editor @Diplomat_APAC in NYC. Thinking/writing/speaking on global security, politics, and economics. Via @WilsonSchool. Views mine & RTâ‰â€¦ 1 34041 995
91 @Official_Quame Kwame A. A Opoku Futurist• Global Business Speaker, Founder @fobaglobal, @wefestafrica, @ideafactorylive • CEO Mary&Mary LLC • Entrepreneur • Tedx Speaker •Influencer 0 33924 3526
92 @dylanmatt Dylan Matthews I know, I know, I don't like me either. Retweets are proposals of marriage. 1 33262 5579
93 @Jonnymagic00 Jon Finkel I'm a magic player who also manages a hedge fund. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_Finkel 0 33234 284
94 @Heminator Mark Hemingway "After all these years of professional experience, why can’t I write good?" Senior Writer @WeeklyStandard. Husband of @MZHemingway. 1 33034 4877
95 @sweenzor Onson Sweemey 0 32044 5288
96 @PhilosophersEye Philosopher's Eye Philosophy updates, pop culture, fun stuff, and links to resources from the Wiley Blackwell Philosophy Team. 0 31931 6503
97 @VladZamfir Vlad Zamfir Absurdist, troll. 0 31764 418
98 @m_clem Michael Clemens Fellow @[email protected]_bonn. My views only. Assoc. Editor @JPopEcon & @WorldDevJournal. Author of @WallsofNations, coming in 2018.… 1 31746 3650
99 @RudyHavenstein Rudolf E. Havenstein ReichsBank®President 1908-1923; Central Bank consultant. 'My way of joking is to tell the truth' - GB Shaw. Tweets solely for my own amusemen… 0 31115 1293
100 @tikhon Tikhon Bernstam CEO & Founder of Parse (YC S'11, acquired by Facebook for $85M in 2013). Founder @Scribd (YC S'06). @ycombinator alum. 0 31030 5184
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New Releases for May 2019

New Releases for May 2019

Data courtesy http://www.bookreporter.com
For more discussion, see the monthly New Releases post.
Title Author ReleaseDate
Adventure
Middlegame Seanan McGuire May 7, 2019
Deception Cove Owen Laukkanen May 21, 2019
Christian
The Road Home Richard Paul Evans May 7, 2019
Crime
The Satapur Moonstone Sujata Massey May 14, 2019
Fantasy
A Brightness Long Ago Guy Gavriel Kay May 14, 2019
Fiction
Blessing in Disguise Danielle Steel May 7, 2019
Drawing Home Jamie Brenner May 7, 2019
Light from Other Stars Erika Swyler May 7, 2019
Rabbits for Food Binnie Kirshenbaum May 7, 2019
Sunset Beach Mary Kay Andrews May 7, 2019
The Daughter's Tale Armando Lucas Correa May 7, 2019
The Farm Joanne Ramos May 7, 2019
The Guest Book Sarah Blake May 7, 2019
The Yankee Widow Linda Lael Miller May 7, 2019
Murder on the Left Bank Cara Black May 7, 2019
Treeborne Caleb Johnson May 7, 2019
A Bend in the Stars Rachel Barenbaum May 14, 2019
Anna of Kleve, The Princess in the Portrait Alison Weir May 14, 2019
Rules for Visiting Jessica Francis Kane May 14, 2019
The Behavior of Love Virginia Reeves May 14, 2019
The Desert Sky Before Us Anne Valente May 14, 2019
Biloxi Mary Miller May 21, 2019
Birthday Meredith Russo May 21, 2019
Prairie Fever Michael Parker May 21, 2019
Waisted Randy Susan Meyers May 21, 2019
Ask Again, Yes Mary Beth Keane May 28, 2019
Another Side of Paradise Sally Koslow May 28, 2019
Bimini Twist Linda Greenlaw May 28, 2019
Historical Fiction
Robert B. Parker's Buckskin Robert Knott May 7, 2019
The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek Kim Michele Richardson May 7, 2019
The Flight Portfolio Julie Orringer May 7, 2019
The Seven or Eight Deaths of Stella Fortuna Juliet Grames May 7, 2019
America Was Hard to Find Kathleen Alcott May 14, 2019
Resistance Women Jennifer Chiaverini May 14, 2019
Mistress of the Ritz Melanie Benjamin May 21, 2019
In His Father's Footsteps Danielle Steel May 28, 2019
Mystery
Sidney Sheldon's The Silent Widow Tilly Bagshawe May 7, 2019
Such a Perfect Wife Kate White May 7, 2019
The Big Kahuna Janet Evanovich May 7, 2019
The Paris Diversion Chris Pavone May 7, 2019
If She Wakes Michael Koryta May 14, 2019
The Never Game Jeffery Deaver May 14, 2019
The Night Window Dean Koontz May 14, 2019
Cari Mora Thomas Harris May 21, 2019
Splinter in the Blood Ashley Dyer May 21, 2019
The Caretaker's Wife Vincent Zandri May 28, 2019
Nonfiction
All the Way Joe Namath May 7, 2019
At Home with Muhammad Ali Hana Ali May 7, 2019
Becoming Dr. Seuss Brian Jay Jones May 7, 2019
Black Death at the Golden Gate David K. Randall May 7, 2019
Chumps to Champs Bill Pennington May 7, 2019
Furious Hours Casey Cep May 7, 2019
Lake of the Ozarks Bill Geist May 7, 2019
My Dad, Yogi Dale Berra May 7, 2019
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Transcript of George Webb Video Series Part 308 "Hillary's Leakers, Hackers, and Henchmen" [@Georgwebb / #HRCRatline]

  • {{ 911: NOTE: I'm going to give up on transcribing videos so carefully with back and forth with Taskforce. She's too low volume to get autotranscriptions and also too difficult to understand in some cases, and both of you talk very quickly so I can't type it up, sorry. I just can't do it. You produce too much time of video. I might just pick out unique entities and list them in these long live videos, since that's what we're after }}
  • Day 175.1 Cohen-Pinchuk Raid Just Gives Up More Clinton Oligarchs - YouTube
    • It's day 175
    • And Daily Caller gets credit for being the first alternative media site to be first out with a real reason for the raid on Trump's lawyer's office Michael Cohen's office
    • And that is to try to dig up dirt on Trump
    • This is the hundred and fifty thousand dollar donation to Trump's charity
    • And of course it ignores the millions of this Ukrainian oligarch's contributions to the Clinton Foundation, which is the same MO that we've seen over and over:
    • Accuse someone else of what you did only make sure that there is at least some shred of evidence {{ Party of Projection }}
    • And this is going to be the key from here on in
    • And thank God Bob Mueller keeps exposing Hillary's Ukrainians and Hillary's Russians
    • And Bob Mueller is actually doing a good job of not only exposing Hillary's Russians and Hillary's oligarchs and Ukrainian oligarchs, but also they're hacking teams, and also [exposing] the MO of using hacking teams to steal money for these oligarchs
    • So this is the gift that keeps on giving with Mueller
    • Now, admittedly he's doing it by accident
    • But in no way do we want to stop Bob Mueller from doing what he's doing
    • Now, there's other folks that said isn't this CrowdStrike really covering their hacking teams?
    • Crowdstrikes hacking teams are called the "Bears"
    • There's different hacking teams usually in teams of 12
    • The Cozy Bears [are] maybe the Awans
    • The Fancy Bears maybe Suschin
    • And there's about six hacking teams at that Trump just threw out of the country is
    • Were they the hacking teams of these millionaires?
    • Is Trump gonna go after all the millionaires and all the millionaires hacking teams?
    • We don't really know that yet
    • But what I did was I put together a quick playlist for all these different entities
    • So that people could get up to speed on who these different entities and aking teams are
    • Or just do a quick refresher
    • So if you don't remember Victor Pinchuk
    • And the Brooklyn Nets etc there's a quick playlist there if you don't remember CrowdStrike and they're role in the DNC
    • And their role really through this the last almost well let's see 20 years either as a corporation or as a loose confederation in cabal inside the FBI, then you have that
    • And then of course Deripaska will add other ones as they come along
    • Friedman certainly will come along
    • Pinchuk will certainly come along etc as well as
    • Now, we also can kind of do threads of playlists through all the different videos we've done with the NGA and different departments
    • And Deep State actors that the that these players that this kind of McCabe Brennan cabal used to destroy people, either through surveillance or what have you
    • And I've created playlists for them
    • Of course there's an Epstein playlist
    • PDD-62 is this idea of using surveillance to crush people
    • So there I created a playlist there
    • EB-5 is the way of getting resources into the country, to man your surveillance etc
    • And then you can go all the way down here to even Uranium One etc
    • To understand how machinations of these criminal actors go
    • And finally I would say there's some ugly attacks yesterday from other YouTube channels as well as other folks that potentially are related to me
    • And all I would say there is did we expect any different?
    • Do we expect that these these conspirators, this Brennan McCabe cabal wouldn't have actors and a voice
    • And actress to act out what they've actually already said in private
    • That they've already said it in in writing to destroy the careers of FBI agents...
    • The ugly attack against Robyn Gritz yesterday was really nothing more than giving voice and action towhat McCabe has already done to Robyn Gritz administratively
    • So it is ugly as it was at least we all saw it for the ugliness that it was
    • And it really was almost a complete recapitulation of Andrew McCabe's actions toward Robyn Gritz
  • Day 175.2 Atlantic Council - What Can Our Crowdstrike Bears Hack For You Today? - YouTube
    • It's day 175
    • And this is part two
    • And a lot of people say Oh George you're trying to be this white knight--rushing to every damsel in distress that needs help
    • Robyn Grit and others--all the female reporters in in Turkey
    • And Syria with Serena Shim, and Shiba Gardi and Vanessa Beeley--Eva Bartlet etc
    • well I'm going to be fair
    • And even-handed today to talk about Irina Chalupa one of the key conspirators she's a woman from the Ukraine, or the key conspirators in the Trump Russia narrative
    • Her sister--if it really is her sister--Alexander Chalupa who is a operative for the DNC
    • She's the one who keeps dropping the Chalupas in Obama's lap
    • Saying oh by the way Mr. president were full flight into and surveillance campaign
    • Do you want us to go public with it and leak it to the press, or do you want to sign off on it?
    • And so your choice is basically a John Brennan embarrasses your administration with yet another leak or you can go ahead and sign this paper here on August 29 2016 Mr. president
    • This has been Brennan and a Clapper and Hayden used these women over and over
    • Again, to do their dirty work they hide behind them
    • They're cowards of course, so they make the women be the brave ones
    • Here's Evelyn Farkas
    • Again, yet another apparatchik among us in the State Department
    • And Department of Defense that wants Trump investigated
    • She was the foremost fixer if you will in Ukraine
    • And these folks all know each other well from the Atlantic Council
    • So here she is Evelyn Farkas she may have remember herself uh outing herself on MSNBC saying hey I'm one of the key conspirators in the Russia-Trump hoax
    • So you keep going here Susan Samantha Power
    • Of course Cass Sunstein sends her in
    • The 260 different on maskings in a breathtakingly short period of time: two months
    • Evelyn Farkas was the one who said let's get as much as we can, dirt as we can, as fast as we can, let's collect it all
    • So rou literally everyone wearing wingtips in Washington got in in New York anybody, associated with Trump, or Trump's babysitter's: were all tapped
    • This is going to be the most embarrassing of that in our country's history
    • It's going to make water well in the words of calls from this is 30 water gates I think it's more
    • But FBI director Kallstrom may it hit it on the head this is 30 watergates
    • But what I like to do is drill down, and say what unites all these folks?
    • Where do they all meet?
    • They all meet in Washington DC over 15 on 15th Street not far off Pennsylvania Avenue at a place called the Atlantic Council
    • And the International Advisory Group to the Atlantic Council is where I always go when I want to get the dirt
    • Here's Viktor Pinchuk here he is making oil deals he was a member of the Ukrainian Parliament
    • But he's a always giving bribes $100,000 bribe $250,000 bribes
    • And it's rinsed through the Atlantic Council
    • Now, Rupert Murdoch's office is oh it's also on that council
    • And also on that Advisory Board
    • His office just got raided
    • Is that why they raided?
    • It is it really CrowdStrike trying to clean up the mess it's a really crowd strike trying to strike the crowd yet again?
    • Here's Ernie Moniz for us to part of energy some people call him earnest money money Tom onna ties
    • I think Eric Shinseki of VA a lot of folks go into the Democratic positions
    • Here of courses Hagel going into deep DoD Greenberg
    • I'm sure that's a person that's related to Mr. Greenberg of are good friends of microloan Fame down in Asia
    • So if you go through here it's just really
    • Here's Edelman the PR firm that kind of destroys different groups with it's sort of a Fusion GPS a domestic Fusion GPS
    • I think the pipelines was the last time they really got involved
    • But basically these groups are adept at destroying opposition political opposition, destroying people, much as Fusion GPS does all over the world
    • And of course here you've got general Clapper on this board
    • Now, you're gonna have a lot of influence George Soros
    • And all the other SEIU Beetles
    • And of course Carl Bildt
    • Here's our Carl Bildt organizing the invasion sort of a MAVNI for Europe sort of bringing in all these operatives these trained Military Intelligence operatives gangs if you will or trained trained Gladio teams into Europe
    • So there's Carl Bildt
    • Everything that you would want on one on one team to put it all together
    • This is the list of people buying pay-to-play overseas from the US State Department
    • And of course it wouldn't be complete without Madeleine Albright
    • And her shadow Secretary of State which is Hillary Clinton
  • Day 175.3. Task Force Sources McCabe Home in Chappaqua Four Months Before MSM - YouTube
    • The orientation is locked
    • So you'll have to see more of me
    • And less of Chicago good morning Chicago
    • So obviously we're downtown
    • And we had some big successes this morning
    • Task Force has a right to claim big success
    • The Thomas Paine article is out
    • (Rahm? Rahm? It looked like Rahm my hip we have the nurse's outfit on again.)
    • (I do have the Bitcoin we're gonna go down to Daley Plaza we're gonna try to get him to Bitcoin I sure hope he's there)
    • So Thomas Paine is out with a big story today about the two decades well actually a three decade relationship between Hillary Clinton and McCabe
    • But this one is--oh by the way look at my look at my t-shirt "spy ring in Congress"
    • This is made by Bernie Bridges
    • And Bernie Bridges told me this morning she's taking all proceeds of anything that she sells and donating it to someone you know and love
    • So anyway hey everybody
    • So if you haven't heard the big news today, the story of that Task Force did and we did
    • But Task Force found it
    • I did a story December 2nd 2017 about Andrew McCabe living right down the street from Hillary Clinton
    • I published photographs
    • I said I don't think Andy actually lived there much
    • I think was the spy house it was the hacking house to defraud HEY
    • Defraud or scare the living bejesus out of different people in New York
    • Threaten them with SEC action in order to take their businesses away from them
    • Or they could use soft power
    • Soft power is getting Hillary Clinton a campaign contribution
    • This is for Senate!
    • This is for Senate
    • 1998
    • The house was in Chappaqua in 1998 you can read Thomas Paine's article about that four months later now
    • Now, it has come to his fact-checking network of FBI folks
    • And X FBI folks there's a network folks
    • Like I said way back when there's a network, and it's real
    • And now, when people see this corruption for what it really is that this has been
    • And again, Thomas Paine said three decades
    • If you go back three decades I still say Andy was the one who went into the evidence cage for the going all the way back 1996
    • I want to say for the Oklahoma City bombing investigation
    • I believe the current ODNI chief is Dan Coates
    • I believe he was the running now
    • The Congressional committees on that they had reprisals against Dan Coates
    • But you're gonna find Andy was a guy who went into the evidence cage
    • I'm gotta say 1997 there was a there was an FBI whistleblower at the time
    • And I can't remember his name
    • But I printed several times when I do if you go to my PDD 62 playlist it's in there I list all the whistleblowers over
    • And over when I list the PDD 62 documentation
    • So if you want to go there you can find it I'm gonna do a lot more playlists because there are there are
    • So many gems like this which just totally blow up the narrative
    • And I'm talking about taking down the whole narrative, with just one fact
    • Hey they've known each other and been neighbors for two decades
    • Jill McCabe as well living right there
    • And Andy didn't disclose it
    • And he did not disclose right James Comey put out you got to get it now, because it is going to get taken down from from Twitter
    • The one ninety know this isn't the one ninety these aren't the one hundred ninety whistleblowers
    • This is the this is Andy McCabe buying a home in Chappaqua just down the street
    • It's got all kinds of cables running out of it
    • I said this this is hacking team hacking team hacking team
    • Was that where the Awans started? We don't know
    • WWas that where Suschin and the fancy bear started?
    • We don't know, but we now know that I told four new viewers they probably don't remember me talking about when I worked at McAfee
    • Or we were taking we were a company taken over by McAfee--Network General I worked there in 1999
    • And there was a hacking team of 12
    • Russians from Moscow
    • They worked in the weapons they worked in cyber weapons in Moscow
    • Now, I've talked about this a lot
    • People have forgotten it
    • But go back I'll have to do I have a CrowdStrike playlist--you can watch kind of going back all the way
    • But I said these guys are they're making viruses! in order to sell antivirus software, at the end of every quarter!
    • It was a criminal activity
    • Bill Larson was a CEO
    • Bill I'm calling you out as a criminal!
    • I reported a channel stuffing at the end of quarter
    • I got nice I got set up real nice for that
    • That's 1999 that was the first team of 12
    • Now, I don't know if there was teams of 12 before that or teams of 12 after that well there obviously was a lot of teams of 12 after that
    • Trump just kicked six teams of 12 out
    • But getting back to the McCabe we don't know if the hacking team was there I don't think it was a nice enough house to be honest with you--you got to talk really loud though because that the bus is that I know I mean Chappaqua is a very small community
    • And I know it's in a community of like 1,400
    • And it's something like you have to look at true pundit's article this ago 1,400 kind of elite community a mile from Hillary Clinton's house her house is probably very nice I'm assuming
    • So I don't know I know he's sold or resold
    • And refinancet it also in 2013 I have those documents and
    • So there I don't know the condition of that house or its value
    • I know what he sold and resold it for
    • I don't know what that money from 1998 to 2013 what happened during that time
    • G: the timing to me makes sense to having a hacking team house like at Awan type house for the run-up to Senate
    • And of course going up against Joe John F Kennedy John F Kennedy jr. right that's why she they move to chat they John house in Chappaqua to specifically establish residency what you have to have to run for Senate
    • She was the first lady John F Kennedy jr. was running as that New York Senator
    • And they bought a house in Chappaqua to run against him
    • And prevent him from winning that seat
    • And then that's when his plane somehow fell from the sky
    • G: right right
    • And the reason why he sold it in 2011 to a Burgess to its 2013 to purchase to a Burgess removed from the database well it's that's alright it's it's still out there the story is still out there Peter purchase
    • But it mister NBC CBS or whatever
    • And he's--NOC buddies right I don't want to say any did the we had anything to do with--JFK jr. by the way I don't want to say that I just said few Task Force just talking about timing
    • But what we do know is
    • And I'm sorry about the portrait here I wanted the landscape
    • So you can see Chicago not well I guess you get to see spy ring in Congress
    • But the patterns the patterns the modus operandi is what's important here the hacking teams of 12 the safe houses
    • The thousands of wires running out
    • The removable hard drives the thumb drives
    • All this stuff was was worked out in the Senate campaign way before they ever got to Washington
    • Then they sell the house after Hillary's in the Senate twice for the run up for the presidency
    • She doesn't want to run for Senate
    • Again, she wants to be president
    • So they sell the house in 2013 to Burgess
    • And cash out--and some NOC fund, some CIA NOC fund caches Burgess out
    • And then they come to Washington
    • So it that's a big story today
    • And that's a huge story
    • And we got to do more playlists that pick up a lot more of Jenny's stuff a lot more Taskforce stuff--the problem is is I got used to introducing you by your fake name to different people and
    • Now, I got
    • Now, I've got the bug
    • Now, I got the other fake name
    • So there you go
    • So anyway there's lots of stuff
    • So we're gonna have to go through
    • And we did the Deripaska I did the Deripaska that's the derringer coming out of the pasta
    • We all these guys all these guys go back to Prokhorov
    • Pinchuk
    • Deripaska
    • The original 12 Andy Andy comrades running Kompromat all go together
    • So Prokhorov was the guy who was going to launder the money through the sports teams
    • Pinchuk was the more the oil energy kind of guy
    • They did minerals through Deripaska through ???
    • They had they had a funnel for all the drug for weapons business they had
    • And their selling of the secrets they had funnels for all the different ones all the different Russians represented different money laundering funnels
    • Do you want to add to that?
    • TF: I just want to give a shout-out to Thomas Paine
    • And True Pundit because it's amazing article people should try to find in read
    • And we will read retweeted out he's just that Thomas Paine
    • And true
    • But it is great great investigative work
    • And people really need to follow that
    • So yeah that is a good shot
    • And he did say something about the attorneys
    • I mean the Inspector General living in that neighborhood
    • And I didn't think Horowitz lived in that neighborhood
    • The Inspector General has ER Doc's so
    • Now, how does the Inspector General leave this out Comey sent out a blanket email to all the FBI saying there's no conflict of interest here in McCabes
    • And know how to Clinton's right no conflict of interest oh well I forgot to mention my kid mows their yard
    • And we're we're close enough to--borrow cups of sugar from each other, you what I'm talking about sugar--
    • And Jill McCabe's a doctor there I don't know she brings sugar to the party
    • I'm not saying she seems like a very nice woman
    • She seems like a very nice woman caught in a horrible horrible thing
    • And Hillary it's always the same thing
    • Hillary always takes it to the next level there are no limits for Hillary
    • McCain stopped at dirty weapons
    • Comey stopped at dirty weapons
    • Hillary does not stop at anything to win she does not stop at anything
    • So we're gonna go down we're gonna try to get Rahm
    • And we'll talk about the network of people she built in the United States with the help of Andy to sell to get this Bitcoin
    • We'll talk about that in a little bit--that's gonna come out
    • But for right now, we got to get Rahm his Bitcoin we'll see you a little bit
  • Day 175.4. Rahm-Com - YouTube
    • Orientation is locked again, oh well
    • well here we are sorry about the portrait orientation
    • We've got the Picasso oh there you can obviously see that they made modifications to the back part of it
    • They've spring-loaded all the wiring
    • And they've made the law advance started up here now,
    • And I'm here with Task Force the band everyone asked what the heck did he get all that Bitcoin?
    • Well if you kind of line all this stuff up
    • 1998 late 98 when the house is bought, when Andy McKay buys the Chappaqua house right right
    • And I'll try to get more of Rahm in here and less of a spy ring in Congress is when all this stuff happens
    • You have a hacking team that goes into Chappaqua to extort money which we will be coming out and talking about
    • But it's the group out in the Long Island house for the SEC
    • I was in New York for a couple of years
    • And we had I had a building I was in a building where the SEC enforcement division was just out of coincidence
    • And there so we had a hacking team of 12 up there
    • Then we had a happy team go into Congress right about the same time right
    • we had Rahm Emanuel go into Congress in 1999
    • We had Anthony Weiner going to Congress in 1999
    • And it kind of became the foundation of this let's just call it the "Bitcoin kids"
    • The Bitcoin kids
    • This is before Bitcoin
    • But I'm just saying a lot of times when you get money from illegal operations beyond the dark weapons beyond even things that have the color-of-law, you need to hide it in into things like Bitcoin
    • So I'm gonna just set the stage here for for why things happen the way they did
    • Hillary moves to the Senate in 2002
    • TF: right well after Bill and Hillary leaving the White House
    • Number one Rahm Emanuel was part of Bill Clinton's White House
    • So people need to remember that way back
    • As was Podesta--they were both inside the White House very close very close and
    • So Hillary then decides to she's going to run for Senator, simultaneously as she's leaving as first lady
    • So she needs to establish residency in order to represent, you have to establish residency
    • So they buy the house in Chappaqua we're in the same year were ending McCabe is first located in Chappaqua at a house down the road
    • JFK jr. was running in that Senate position
    • And that New York's in a position Hillary decides to buy house now, and she would have to explain the reasons why she chose there
    • But she chose there to run in that district to run against JFK jr.
    • We all know what happened I don't know I'm not getting into all that
    • But we all know what happened to JFK jr.
    • And in that election, when JFK jr. unfortunately passed away, Hillary Clinton won that Senate seat
    • And became on the Senate Armed Services right out of the White House
    • Now, do you think the Chappaqua house could have been a reminder of like Chappaquiddick, because they do sound so similar
    • Like, remember what happened your brother at Chappaquiddick?
    • John-John, right you might want to sit this one out?
    • I mean maybe there's a little bit of a--a little bit of a WINK threat there shuttle going on subtlety's?
    • Well we do know that we did a story about this December 2nd 2017
    • And there was a fire at the Chappaqua house, right?
    • About a day or two later
    • I remember at the Hillary's chef Hillary's Chappaqua house
    • We did the story of December 2nd and that which is breaking big now
    • And there was a fire right at her house right maybe a day later yeah maybe a day later
    • So you could check the records for when there was a fire at the Chappaqua house
    • Now, it just so happens I when I went to Chappaqua with a thumb drive, this is gonna start getting more relevant
    • I hope we weren't on camera that whole time?
  • Day 175.5. Chicago RiverWalk Live With Task Force - YouTube
    • {{ RAW transcript only with autoreplacements }}
    • You're not familiar with Chicago you've kind of got the bridges in a little bit higher level
    • And then just on the other side of this wall here is where Bernie Bridges works with all of our homeless quite a bit of homeless just right here on the other side Bernie Bridges is out on her bridge on the Kennedy today talking about working with the spy ring in Congress
    • So we've got that a spy ringin Congress shirt Bernie Bridges will sell you a spy ring in Congress shirt if you want to inspire a in Congress shirt Bernie Bridges is your girl
    • So here we are with Task Force I know it's gonna be a little bit windy down here by the river
    • But it's worth it if you're over here Task Force I think we're good
    • And then you can speak right into the microphone here
    • So let's just go through a couple of the well first of all congratulations on your success today today I know how it feels to be well I don't be humble I know how it feels to be in the middle of a story
    • And then when this story goes big this happen with me with a hard drives I think you're having your hard drives moment--where you go for 200 days people don't believe you don't believe you from for you as a little bit shorter is about four months
    • But then vindication came today when people did discover that Andy did have a house of Chapel right yeah I think--just doing putting all the research in there's a lot of documents
    • And stuff that you're trying to weed out
    • And figure out what's most important
    • And you stumble upon something like that
    • And you tried it I be I've tweeted it I sent it I to about a thousand different people how many people I sent it directly into people inside Washington people don't believe it could be possible
    • And then when it breaks something big it's like just it works--in the ends the research pays off
    • And the most important part is the truth that's what we're all about
    • So
    • And she's very humble about it
    • And doesn't want it wants the credit Thomas Paine really for verification because it's really those FBI agents that have retired that want the best for the FBI that really do kind of make the story because they verify it they sure that the truth is going out there
    • And it kind of as that final fact check not not from just--regular people who--who are suppressed kids who want to get to the next self-congratulatory oh by the way we're right under Trump Tower here not just those kids
    • But real real Intelligence service professionals who can say yes this is exactly what happened
    • And this is I mean they're trying to bury it already right they're trying to bury the story already things like that you know
    • Again, I just I give a shout out to Thomas paper being up there
    • But also to Robyn Gritz
    • And him
    • Again, I'm gonna mention her name she's the one that stood has stood up against the ending McCabe we have a spokesman out there I hate spokesman yeah seems like fund me
    • And support her
    • And in her battle as she she's taking on the system Thomas Paine's another guy that's been a part of that
    • And I wanted to say about Robin I mean she's not gonna be like oh I'm gonna go away she's gonna be a part of the solution--she's gonna
    • And I don't want to say too much more on that
    • So let's go to the bombing most people don't know we are have a raging bombing campaign right
    • Now, they think there's Trump sitting on his hands right well there were Navy Navy fighter jets whatever sins
    • And they bombed a bunch of what was originally called Taliban synthetic labs which is basically where you're--taking the opiates
    • And processing them in those areas
    • And then it's kind of come out more honest is this Western Afghanistan or Eastern
    • I'm not exact locations
    • But it's coming out--more
    • And more really running those labs
    • And where is that stuff coming from it it's Catholics in action right the damn Catholics
    • Again, are running these drug labs in Pakistan would create a lab wait I think it's the I think it's the cars International League right cars Internet Inc has got I did not realize they had the resources to create labs--that's quite amazing so
    • Now, do you think Trump will just keep the bombing campaign going while he's kind of keeping the world in suspense that's about what he's gonna do on the other yeah I don't I don't know I think that was--trunks one of his main things was opiate the opiate--the problem in here in this country
    • And this is a big big big part of the story that people don't understand of how the opiates where they're coming from how its being synthesized in different labs
    • And where that's occurring
    • And why he's moms might be dropping on the labs to stop the opiates from coming in
    • And killing American people
    • And that's been
    • And that's been really covered up I mean we really haven't had a lot of coverage on that to be honest you really have to dig there are some like Navy Times
    • And people I mean it's hard to send kids--up in in to war
    • And the moms are all like I don't know
    • And them grandmothers
    • And the dads
    • And the brothers
    • And everything it's hard not to be honest--this gonna show up there's a lot of satellites up there you're gonna see the bombing and
    • So anyway I'm just seeing that comments for the first time they're close enough
    • So yeah well we'll try to get the comments as we go
    • So a couple other stories what do you want to cover a couple of other stories that seem to come to mind the only other thing I would say is that we didn't we try to cover earlier we got to we didn't get a chance to win load about the soldier we were out in daily square
    • And yeah
    • And a soldier who has served his country in Afghanistan just to hear on a patriot who has followed George from the first days came up
    • And said hey scrunchie recognized George
    • And we got a chance to shake his hand or he knew you to though you knew Task Force yeah I knew
    • So yeah
    • So it was a great chance to meet him
    • And he asked him what we could do better what would be most helpful
    • And he said you need to have a Chicago whistle doe whistle blower Sunday like you do in DC because they're supporters they want to talk so
    • Now, I am just quite shocked that we have not had a ROM siren or ambulance a lot of people are calling it the Romulans we have not had a Romulans since we've been down here
    • Now, roms got to get out of the city at some point doesn't he I mean he's you think it'll be my fire truck--with that booster seat or do you think it'll be a rambling
    • So Romulus probably gonna be lots of diversions right you might have a Romulus going one way with a fire truck
    • And a booster seat going another way and--all different diversions
    • So no one can really follow that yeah rom worked pretty close to state
    • And lake
    • So if you want to try to get the Bitcoin we survive we're still are
    • Now, we
    • Now, we hear Mark Zuckerberg may be delivering a lot of Bitcoin
    • But in hand delivering a lot of Bitcoin in Congress today what is your take on you watch a little bit of the testimony what should I watch the testimony mostly yesterday that on the senate
    • And my take was first of all that when they did it's the statistics of how many of the people questioning mark zuckerberg had actually taken cash for more exact reverse our Facebook's company it's a little hard to question
    • And fire off appropriate questions
    • And you can look at Thomas Paine's article on that
    • And fire off tough questions about what's happening with data in the selling off of data when you're actually taking money from the company yeah I think it was like 30 or 40 Senators had taken
    • And almost all that sherry had taken money from him
    • And a like big chunk some money like half a million dollar chunks right before he goes on to the Senate testimony as like they're not even separating pay-to-play with the conjunction to just pay play pay play--it's almost like one word
    • Now, in Washington
    • But I'm kind of glad I'm out of Washington to be honest with you yeah it's actually wonderful to be out here with the people that this is these are the great people great American patriots whether they're veterans or bernie bridges or just--people that are trying to do what's right by our country
    • And get it back to the rule of law
    • And ethics
    • And morality at all
    • Now, now the big news is we knocked out we knocked Paul Ryan of the he's retiring I think he knows the Racine story's coming we're still gonna do the Racine story Paul because we get it's not it's bigger than you
    • But Paul nellen
    • Now, becomes the front-runner in that race s
    • So I think our time in Milwaukee was well spent what are your thoughts on on Paul Ryan yeah well I think it's a little it's probably shocking everyone that he's deciding to resign not shocking to me
    • So are you ready to drop your connections between Paul Ryan
    • And Andy McCabe yet or no no I think we're gonna go to Racine
    • And we're gonna do some investigating there information that we have that may be the ghost signal to start sending right ramya lenses in all directions that may be your go signal go ahead I'm sorry
    • So yeah I just think we're--we're gonna go to spend some time in Racine
    • And tell some stories that need to be cooked cold or gay at least get some information out there that people can start doing some research because racing is a big important part of what's going on in our country well just like Hull House are my objective isn't to make any judgments it's just to go to the places--film around it show the metadata
    • And then people come up with all kinds of stuff
    • Now, your whole house is gonna be moved oh oh
    • we don't know that for sure
    • So all right well we're gonna leave that
    • So what other news you want to cover there's probably a couple more Senators a couple more Congressmen then I won't be running for reelection seems like a lot of people just serve at the Blues
    • But--not wanting to run for reelection
    • And I'm gonna it's going to be very curious to find out their reasoning which I think will come out at a later date
    • And time about why they chose or whereas yeah
    • So I'm gonna take questions here for a second as our as our ACOG oh cab goes by our Chicago water taxi--I want to see a little bit about--Bobby Rush Bobby Rush was commenting with Mark Zuckerberg
    • And we've been in a couple of different Senate meetings where people will mention COINTELPRO
    • And they'll say Oh COINTELPRO
    • And then
    • And we don't run that anymore
    • And we always have a chuckle on that one that's what Hillary restarted with Andy McCabe in 1998 you're gonna find that this whole process that we've been talking about McCabe maybe not rahm emanuel because he comes in a little bit later
    • But the whole thing with p tech
    • And the whole thing with mueller was to cycle up Sibel Edmonds is reporting a lot on this I don't know why anybody else doesn't
    • But to cycle up
    • And restart COINTELPRO much much more surveillance much more surveillance from the sky that's our NGA that's why we talk
    • So much about the NGA that's why the Larry Clayman suit for me that's why we created a playlist for an GA because it's not only about the metadata of you walking of you making a phone call while you're walking up
    • And down Riverwalk
    • But it's actually geo-locating you here
    • And then being able to go back with a d-wave type computer a quantum type computer
    • And actually replay your life replay your life see where you error every minute of the day
    • Now, I believe in the criminal justice information system
    • And that's in Clarksburg Tennessee that's run by a guy named Burrell who was in the Washington field office the counter-intel office with all of his friends like Shawn Henry
    • And Adrian Hawkins
    • And of course Andy McCabe
    • And Bill Priestap here in Chicago they actually have a d-wave
    • And they can reconstruct any put person walking along here
    • And their time
    • So all murders could be solved today they just don't want to let on that they have this time capability Burrell's company is called temporal data systems
    • So that's that's what it's all about
    • So anyway I'm gonna take a few questions here as we go
    • And if you can think of any other news items what am I aware of do all caps what am I aware of somebody has said is somebody's history temporal data systems yes that's Burrell's company we have a spokesman for a McCabe that we normally see at this point along the way who's using every possible Federal agency to point out the fact that I was correct with the diplomatic cover the diplomatic containers shipping their Uranium games Uranium One as well as other games [Music] Silva's
    • So I think that maybe eat it we I normally can expound a little bit more
    • >>>CONT
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  • George Webb Delivers Imran's Bitcoin To Rahm - YouTube
    • George has a long live session for Q and A
    • Clowns around with with the idea of hangliding into the FBI building and stealing hard drives full of bitcoin to give to Rahm Emanuel
    • Truly, George is the new most interesting man in the world\
    • McCabe's dog is name Coup Coup Ka Chew. Or maybe it's not. (it's jeremiah. only stupid mccabe would name his dog jeremiah)
  • Day 167.1. 20 Saipov "Visa Lottery Winners", 20 Blackberries - Managing Deep Uranium Ratline? - YouTube
    • It's day 167 this is part 1
    • And I'm getting a tooth out back here molars coming out
    • So I appreciate that, for the wonderful contribution by the viewers to give me that for free--I appreciate it
    • Last night we tried to arrange a meeting between Task Force and Robyn Gritz
    • And it was in the area of Pleasant Prairie near the border of Wisconsin
    • We don't give away the exact location
    • Now, everybody's gonna say Pleasant Prairie Pleasant Prairie: oh is that where Paul Ryan did the FoxConn deal
    • The foxconn is is the manufacturer in China China China China that makes the iPhone
    • And that's a two hundred fifty billion dollar investment that Trump did
    • So that's that's nice when that goes into your district
    • I think I'm pretty sure Pleasant Prairie is in Paul Ryan's district--is that ways quitting, because that's enough money to live on forever?
    • I don't know who knows?
    • But I don't know if I'm be able to upload this that's why I had to do the live stream yesterday
    • So sorry that was a little haphazard
    • But I really want to get the blues sisters together
    • I think this is really important--Robyn Gritz has that nuclear--she did all these nuclear negotiations in Iran...I don't want her to give away anything obviously classified
    • But we have an expert--a top world expert
    • And then we have somebody who at the state and local level has been involved in all these domestic activities
    • So it'd just be great to put the blues sisters together at the International with the with the National to really lend more expertise
    • So I know Robyn doesn't necessarily want to become a blues sister
    • And remake the Blues Brothers
    • But--you could see I wish I could have done the whole Saipov--loop in one go--by the cop car with a cop shocks and the cop tires, and the cop engine
    • And a half a pack of cigarettes full tank of gas--go down to Raja Foods--get the hawala send it back on a plane to Pakistan, pull off the halal, cash it for chips, convert it to Bitcoin, take the Bitcoin down to Rahm
    • I wish I could have done that all one go--as a blues brother--kind of Saipov
    • Now, everyone says, "well George, 19 Saipovs, 20 Blackberries: did each Saipov get a blackberry?"
    • And that was why Saipov had all these trucking companies?
    • You found five trucking companies, but were there 20?
    • Was each Saipov really a Saipov, were they all from Tashkent?
    • Were they all recruited by Craig Murray in Tashkent?
    • And I was surprised to learn Saipov was from Tashkent
    • The other thing that came out of yesterday was the 16 tons of what-do-you-get
    • You get you get a hell of a lot of valuable over Uranium that never made it--that from that megatons to megawatts--never made it to the United States
    • The 16 tons was in the Ukraine
    • Now, it moved somewhere
    • Was Deep Uranium right again?
    • It was all moved to Astana
    • Astana was this deep underground
    • I mean the story as actually going toward Deep Uranium
    • I mean that's where it is if you add up the value of that by going by hot Bob highly enriched Mueller's--quarter pounder, eight million a quarter pounder
    • That comes out to 4.48 trillion dollars
    • So as they were taking little bits off the top--selling off the Uranium to different nuclear powers
    • They put the drugs in there Rahm--wants
    • Now, I'm not saying these aren't legal drugs legal quarter weight drugs to sell to our veterans
    • But that is what Deep Uranium said a year ago
    • So I just keep finding a Deep Uranium's credibility is just getting confirmed by all these experts along the way
    • We'll keep following this story, but I have this feeling that Robyn Gritz is expertise in Iran is gonna lend to the same kind of it's gonna be just yet another part of the Uranium ratline for their developing nuclear program
  • Day 167.3. KGB Agent In Next Room - Rahm’s Abbott Labs VeroPharm Agents? - YouTube
    • Day 167 the anesthetic is in
    • You can see over there is not on the x-ray
    • But you can see clearly there's no no identifiable information there
    • Before I numb up, this this nuclear cities program--there's a KGB--this gal she's in the next room
    • Her father is in the KGB now
    • I don't know if Rahm Emanuel sent over the KGB, but she told the dentist: if anything happens to me you're in trouble
    • True story she works for Abbott labs I believe the drug is called Respiral {? / respirol? -- that's for breathing George...bronchodialator }
    • I said immediately to him tell me tell me tell me if it's Verro Pharma
  • Day 167.4. Q’s Triple AAA Clue - Astana to Awans to Alexandria? - YouTube
    • Day 164 this is part excuse-me 167 this is part 4
    • Tooth is out: extraction is a little bit like extracting HEU from Ukraine and taking it to Astana
    • So Q's out with a clue with Triple A about the Awans--the Triple A and the kill box
    • And I again, I talked to Deep Uranium on the kill box
    • When a opponent goes around a corner that's the perfect time to ambush them, and then you bottle them up as they go around the corner
    • And then that's the kill box
    • You get them from both sides in a kind of a box Deep Uranium is the one that said that Astana was the starting point of the ratline
    • I think that's where the 16 tons of HEU goes
    • I published a piece about 128 tons was the total nuclear inventory of plutonium from the Russians in 1991, when the Soviet Union collapsed
    • It's about 700 tons of HEU
    • So could 16 tons of that huge amount of Uranium
    • And plutonium have been diverted to Astana? you bet
    • So I do think all clues lead to Uranium
    • And the clue this morning on on Triple A it could have been the start of the ratline a being the Astana
    • And then the Awans to a place like Alexandria or it could be the people involved Hina Alvi, Imran Awan, and also Adila, his sister
    • So there's a lot of aides that go from Astana to the Awans to Alexandria
    • But we don't know what they were
    • But Q definitely was dropping big hints today on the triple A's
    • I think Astana most Americans don't know where it is
    • Again, if you don't remember trip Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan is one of the key--I think I believe it's capital of Kazakhstan at the top of our ratline
    • Deep Uranium over a year ago saying that's the beginning the ratline for the Uranium coming to the United States
    • And the drugs went with it, underneath
    • The yellowcake was on top or whatever the HEU
    • And the bottom was the white cake
    • Weapons in the other direction
    • Also weapons going out of Pakistan to Isis through the Pakistan Ordnance Factory
  • Day 167.5. More Q Clue - Triple A - Astana - Awans - ARMZ? - YouTube
    • Day 167
    • And this is part 5
    • And you don't have to comment about Q to wait for feedback
    • Everyone's saying, "George you dum-dum dodo head {{ no one is saying that }} don't you realize the third A is ARMZ, John Podesta's ARMZ company for arms"
    • And that is supported by this Muller announcing this new memo
    • Muller was enabled as a special prosecutor in May of last year 2017 by Rod Rosenstein
    • But now, there's a secret memo that's come to light that came out two months later, in August, enabling him to look at the Ukrainian situation Ukrainian trade with Paul Manafort and who? Oleg Deripaska
    • None of the people we introduced you to ever are not a key part later on down the road it seems
    • So what do we know about Oleg Deripaska?
    • Well could it be that the Awans the it's Astana to Awans and ARMZ? Maybe...
    • And were the Awans just doing the Uranium layer with the one two three with with Manafort
    • And was Deripaska doing the arms and drugs below that with Rahm, with the 20 Saipov trucking agencies, with the 20 Blackberries? Could be
    • So that's a wrinkle I'm sorry I missed ARMZ
    • Please accept my apologies
    • AAA = Astana Awans ARMZ
  • Day 167.6. Sweet Home Chicago - Blues Sisters - YouTube
    • It's day 167 this is part one it's cold here in the Windy City
    • So we decided to stay a few more days in Chicago
    • And the reason being is (sorry about the wind) is the Task Force it's really not just Task Force our local and state police representative who you know as Task Force
    • But really we want to add to the Task Force we want to add professionals from the FBI, especially like a Roby Gritz or a Mike McMahan on this subject of vetting
    • Vetting is very much in the news (I'll pan around here a little bit) vetting very much in the news
    • Now, hopefully that helps with the wind' vetting very much in the news with 44 different Democrats not vetting the Awans--any of them
    • Three of them being on the Intelligence Committee
    • So we're going to talk about different techniques of vetting that professionals use
    • We're not going to disclose anything classified like simultaneous interviews, or corroborating interviews, or recursive questioning, or none of those things will be discussed
    • We won't give away any classified information
    • But what we will do is talk about vetting, and how we might go about vetting the Awans, because it's never too late to do an assessment a damage assessment of what actually was exfiltrated out of the United States
    • What was in those hundreds of suspicious activity reports (SARs) going to Pakistan?
    • What was in those terabytes going to Pakistan?
    • Now, still we don't know the question
    • Now, there's rumors that Jesse Liu of the attorney general's office in the DC district has gone back to the grand jury, and may be considering an up charge for the Awans
    • So we don't know if that's true or not
    • But that certainly would be something that would be with no vetting we have no idea now
    • Luke Rosiak I heard him on today on a on a radio show before Hannity's, talking about the fact that hardly any of them even had a college degree
    • So we know something went horribly wrong with them all having $160,000 a year jobs in Congress
    • So this certainly has to be looked into
    • We hear that Chuck Grassley is also asked for a list of all people with classified clearances
    • So we'll see if the Awans come up in that or any of the Awan gang if you will
    • So that's what we have here in Chicago
    • We're going to try to have the Task Force--the hopefully the first two members of the Task Force will be the Blues sisters the Blues sisters
    • We'll have one state and local police officer
    • We'll hopefully have one International law enforcement officer
    • And Robyn Gritz to get our Task Force started off with the Blues sisters
    • And we might even have a live broadcast from a famous Blues Brothers location a little bit later this evening
  • Day 167.7. Loop Capital - 111 Jackson. - YouTube
    • Why Boeing? Well there are a Washington-based corporation that moved because of Rahm Emanuel here in a beautiful Chicago
    • Well there's another company from Washington about ready to do the same thing: it's called Amazon
    • Why are we subsidizing Amazon?
    • We don't know Trump's on the case now, though, and that's changing the whole dynamic
    • A lot of these things were true, but just never got any attention
    • Trump tweets it out, even though Preet Bharara want Bezos to buy Twitter just so Trump can't tweet
    • Probably not gonna happen
    • So got a you beautiful Chicago taxi down here we haven't made contact with Robyn Gritz yet
    • But we want our expertise on all these vetting questions
    • So we're gonna talk to her about damage assessments that she's done do we need another Amazon
    • So we needed another Chicago headquarters of a company stolen from another state well we'll find out
    • But if there are no tax breaks,
    • And then we are on the Washington Street bridge, so it is a little shaky--I hope it's not Chinese Steel
    • So then there you go
    • And we're not far well you can't really see it we're not far from the Willis Tower
    • And 111 Jackson.
    • What's 111 Jackson?
    • I know everybody's gonna say the same thing that's got to be something AWAN because it's a-1
    • That's the one it's the one: Loop capital, Loop capital 111 Jackson
    • We'll get there tomorrow
  • Day 168.1 Q Drops Star Electric Clue - Our STAR Reactor? - YouTube
    • It's day 168 here in Chicago
    • And the shooters father Q had mentioned look into the shooters father at YouTube
    • And his name is Ismail
    • This is we talked about Ismail Aghdam, so think of an agricultural dam
    • And anyway his company is Star Electric
    • And you look at his clients they really range all over the country
    • They range a lot in California where the company is based in Orange County
    • So it's Star Electric OC like Orange County
    • Of course you would expect Disney to be a customer, united bank, Facebook, etc
    • That's probably the old LA part of LA companies at Facebook acquired
    • Edison energy
    • Kaiser Permanente is big down in Orange County in LA
    • Morgan Stanley
    • Toshiba
    • Toyota etc
    • But interestingly enough they're also potentially involved in the New York transit system
    • These are all massive consumers of electrical energy
    • And if you open your mind a little to Lawrence Livermore Lab being in the same state
    • And if again, if you think if you put any credence in Q, you can look at this paper that was certainly quite a while ago--15 years ago, called some secure transportable autonomous reactor or the star reactor, which was developed at Lawrence Livermore laboratories
    • And it's for exactly this kind of use, where it's portable, it's for mining applications oil field applications...you never need to change the fuel in the core
    • So that reduces a lot of the--a lot of the safety concerns, because opening the core up, closing the core up, transporting fuel to the core, taking out old fuel pellets etc
    • So the idea here is almost like--you use a can of shaving cream when you're done with it you throw it away, you never refill the can if you will
    • And central generation on small electrical grids here is good
    • If we had Jeffries Epstein's Island we could use a small core reactor there, and just have we could have lights on in the tunnels forever, right?
    • Oil fields military installations
    • And if you look at the Hillary emails
    • And I believe they were real-time exfiltrated--at least State Department emails--through the Awan server at the Navy Yard, or at the very close to the Navy Yard there on M Street: if you look at those emails they're gonna be relating to this kind of thing it's not just gonna be small energy reactors, but developing people's 1-2-3 plans for their nuclear development both for peaceful use in military use
    • I think this is going to hit me over and over
    • It's usually right around oil fields because you can use a lot of the waste products from Uranium mining...of sulfuric acid...to get the yellowcake to do leaching in oil fields
    • So this is I believe all the five hundred thousand emails are gonna be related to this type of thing
    • And you that this gentleman here was this is his house here in San Diego
    • So it's not a big outfit by any means
    • And he said he made $100,000 as a sole proprietorship
    • But there's this arrest that he's had
    • He was the CEO of a company for about six years from 2002 to 2008
    • And he's CEO again, for another four year period
    • So it's on and off, so it's odd
    • And if you remember earlier in our series we talked about the AP1000 this is a pressurized water reactor which Westinghouse makes
    • The light water the boiling water reactors are the ones that GE makes
    • So we don't know exactly, but we've talked about this many times before
    • And it can be brought in on a core just like this, and be installed in a modular method
    • So it makes it a perfect use for somebody like a Google or a Facebook
    • Somebody has a huge server farm
    • Disney would be another great one because they've got all these electrical rides, and all lighting--the costs are so staggering there
    • Nuclear fuel just makes a lot of sense of course if you are a Edison elec Drake or something like that it's it can help back up your power grid for those times where you have peak load capacity situations as well
    • As well as small developing nations,
    • As well as nuclear facilities for military installations around the world
    • So I'm gonna shift here briefly now, to talk about Andre Taggart
    • Andre Taggarts gonna be on the show, just before Hannity today on I believe
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    • I'm going to switch gears here a little bit to talk about Total Information Awareness
    • This was a proposal in about the year 2003 as you can see here
    • And was called Total Information Agency, then it got changed a couple of times, and then defunded
    • But the idea basically was a fusion center for the United States
    • And a lot of what was in Total Information Awareness--even though got defunded by Congress--still ended up being implemented at the NSA
    • So this is why I think the Doug Gabriel discussion is so interesting, because it kind of follows right along
    • Here Admiral Poindexter called Total Information Awareness the Manhattan Project for counterterrorism
    • Basically was a collected all approach as well as using the geolocation that I talked so much about
    • And then the other idea that it was gonna have was data mining software, so that it could do predictive policing
    • Sort of the thing you see in Minority Report with Tom Cruise
    • And they just basically changed the name of TIA, and they codenamed it basketball
    • And there was this New York Times article in 2012 that said, "it was quietly thriving at the NSA"
    • But the idea here is of the different agencies that support it and go into this TIA program
    • And you're gonna find here's I'll show these DARPA slides a little bit later
    • But if you I don't have people remember INSCOM
    • Now, we've talked a lot about NSA, DIA, CIA I would talk about Stratcom--Special Operations Command
    • And JWAC are just basically joint commands we'll get to those laters
    • But there was this group that was hacked, this is the Army Intelligence and Security Command at Fort Belvoir
    • This operation is based in Fort Belvoir
    • Now, I believe Andre Taggart is working in this operation
    • This is Fort Belvoir INSCOM
    • And this is the key infiltration strategy for MAVNI right here
    • And Taggart is going to be on this radio show later
    • And we have Taggard at the Hawkshead address at 2008
    • So if the Taggart was actually at the Hawkshead address by a couple of different sources now at 2008, it was definitely an INSCOM operation, and a TIA for Total Information Awareness
    • Again, why would Andre Taggart have lied on the video?
    • It must be not that he's lying because he's a bad person, but he's covering for an operation
    • He's still employed, and he's still covering this operation at Fort Belvoir
    • I think that's what you're gonna find later on this afternoon or maybe a little bit later
    • But this is coming the INSCOM is definitely coming for Fort Belvoir
    • And this Total Information Awareness
    • I just want to expose folks to the program this morning we can get more into it later
    • And then of course we're going to Chicago
    • And we're going to go to Loop Capitol to follow up on some other new stuff as well
  • Day 168.2. Is Doug Gabriel Aware of Total Information Awareness? - YouTube
    • It's day 167 this is part 2
    • And Total Information Awareness--I was not aware of Total Information Awareness
    • TIA Total Information Awareness
    • So I've apologize
    • But it apparently it's it's the big story it
    • So it ties everything together--the PROMIS software--the software for Palantir
    • It feeds Palantir
    • Palantir feeds TIA
    • This big effort was started in 2002, and basically just has been they just changed the name
    • So I guess there's a couple of really good documentaries and books about it
    • But what's interesting is this INSCOM, which really started this idea
    • This INSCOM started out at Fort Belvoir, and Fort Belvoir is also the place that probably that Doug Gabriel
    • Doug Gabriel of AIM is was at because he was Army Intel before he was NSA
    • So INSCOM was split between a Virginia location and Fort Meade
    • And was that Doug, before Doug became NSA as a cryptographer, cryptologist for NSA
    • Interesting how everything keeps coming back
    • That's where that we found the Nazi art
    • We found 30 foot by 20 foot panels of Hitler--Nazi art in Fort Belvoir in December of last year!
    • So something is definitely going on
    • I call it the naughty NSA
    • Is INSCOM the naughty NSA? I don't know
    • But the NSA the NNSA is certainly the one responsible for all this nuclear material moving around
    • Now, this woman who ends up getting shot or shooting herself yesterday at Google, excuse me Google's company YOUTUBE, was not Turkish as first claimed
    • She lived on the Turkish border, but she was actually Iranian
    • And she there are reports that she may have Iranian military connections
    • So not only is her father working for Star Electric--five-star electric does the transportation system in Manhattan
    • But and then Star Electric out west doing these major Silicon Valley is that like MedStar?
    • Is that like AStar our transportation company in Virginia? I don't know
    • But this woman this AGHDAM woman spoke Farsi
    • What other young ladies spoke Farsi?
    • Mark Lambert's two daughters?
    • Was this woman Iranian Intel, as a translator? Iranian military as a translator? We don't know. We don't know
  • Day 168.3. Still Trying To Get Rahm His Imran Bitcoin - YouTube
    • Day 167 this is part three
    • Rahm wasn't at the other building with the other Picasso, so we found another Picasso
    • This is the county building here--the Cook County Building
    • Rahm: I have your Bitcoin
    • I don't really feel comfortable carrying your Bitcoin
    • Can you wave?
    • Can you just wave your Imran flag?
    • Can you can you wave your flag that says I love Pakistani farmers land?
    • Can you wave the flag that says I love USAID?
    • Alright we'll let you know if we get Rahm his Bitcoin
  • Day 168.4. The Teal Trump Rahm Imran Battle Is A Few Hundred Meyers. - YouTube
    • It's day 168
    • Over one year ago Task Force gave me the lead of the Chicago Tribune talking about Melissa Bean. Melissa Bean
    • She was a Congresswoman from Illinois from 2005 to 2011
    • That's how Rahm Emanuel inserted Imran Awan into the Congress of the United States
    • Of course a beautiful Wrigley building behind us
    • And this building here was the building that Peter Smith worked in, right here
    • Of course the beautiful Chicago River and the water taxis
    • And of course Trump Tower
    • This whole drama comes down to really a few few hundred meters between the Wrigley Building right there, where Peter Smith was
    • The Oppo research, the MIS Department and the Trump Tower
    • It's all coming to a head and you're all here to witness it
  • Day 169.1 Q Query - Did Rahm's Loop Capital Prey On the VA? - YouTube
    • It's day 169 this is part 1
    • And if you didn't see yesterday I was unsuccessful yet again, trying to get rahm emanuel his Bitcoin from Imran
    • Here's a excerpt from it--I'm yelling can you wave a flag of some type to let me know you're there can you wave a USAID flag, potentially
    • Can you wave a flag of Pakistani farmers can you wave a map of the Pakistani farmers land you might have stole I'm imploring him to wave some type of flag here, and he is not waving the flag
    • So it's it was unsuccessful
    • So moving right along
    • If you're not aware of the other article I referenced, which was a Chicago Tribune article of 2005, it's talking about this Melissa Bean and her Blackberry
    • And it's talking about hey her calendars sent directly to us here at the blackberry regardless of where she is I also get her documents we also send her PDF documents to brief her
    • So this is these are gonna be coming from all those SES folks
    • And of course, it's also gonna be going to Pakistan
    • And at that time, way back then, 2005 Imran was doing IT technology for 8 members of Congress
    • So you just have people send whatever document you want, and have any of course you forward terabytes on to Pakistan
    • This is going on since 2005 then you can see where they say how indispensable BlackBerry is
    • So this is not a new thing a lot of people talked about Total Information Awareness--this series on BBC--which was the Last Enemy if you want to check it out
    • This is the Benedict Cumberbatch played this part I referenced the Minority Report, where Total Information Awareness allows these precognitive kind of autists cops to predict crime
    • And I'm not sure that we didn't exactly end up with with this
    • Peter Thiel just won an 876 million dollar contract with the Army
    • You wonder if it's not out of Fort Belvoir under another name
    • I looked up a lot of the Peter Smith's because I walked by where Peter Smith worked at the Wrigley building, through our Plum book
    • And here's just a random sample of Smith's
    • And I just noticed this guy here at Social Security
    • And then he was still working in the administration this "Peter B Smith", not the Peter Smith that was dead died in the Mayo Clinic with the helium
    • But this Peter Smith is the Social Security Administration analyst...
    • I just thought I would show you
    • But he moves from Housing and Urban Development over to Social Security Administration
    • I don't know if that's a path that's taken very often
    • But again, it just seems like they all start out in Homeland Security as lawyers
    • And then they infiltrate across the board--I guess that's the point I'm making here
    • Pick a lane as I guess is what I'm saying
    • And become a deep expert in your lane rather than just be kind of coming this journey man lawyer that can be infiltrated into wherever a political party might want to infiltrate you
    • Here's another one here's Laura Smith
    • And she is providing expertise in NOAA we know NOAA
    • And even though she's SES she leaves the Government after you can see here after the election is lost
    • And you can see kind of how these titles go
    • Deputy chief to the senior staff of the Under Secretary
    • If you don't have one of those types of titles in Washington you're really not much of anything
    • And of course the ubiquitous George Washington in the University Law School
    • This I'm seeing over and over again, with the Masters of some kind of business training and then the Georgetown Law, and then you become kind of the CIA lawyer that can move and be infiltrated, at a whim
    • Here's a last one I'll do which is when dindi Smith
    • And again, you're gonna find he was one of these weapons of mass destruction people
    • And he actually moves up even though Trump, with the Trump election--sorry about that--he moves up the ladder he was the deputy assistant 2005 to 2017, and Trump actually ends up promoting him
    • But the real Smith that to talk to about as this guy here here he is in the plum book this is Michael Mayo Smith
    • And of course Peter Smith made me think of the Mayo Clinic
    • And made me think of these veterans integrated service networks
    • And there was a reporter by the name of Kimball--I believe it was Sarah Kimball that said it Oh everything everything is going wrong not just a worgen harvesting
    • But--appointments for friends they're bringing in people from other countries the veterans are waiting forever I'd be just about everything
    • And of course she died immediately after that
    • But this gentleman here was one of three regional VISN directors--this Mayo Smith--to lose his job
    • Shulkin right before he left was able to fire three of them
    • One was New England, the other was Arizona, of course Arizona is very famous Arizona, New Mexico and Southern California, and then West Virginia Maryland, and DC was also the other person to go
    • We have that horrific report about the DC Washington DC VA
    • So Virginia and Maryland--Virginia still stays in place
    • I'll get that name for you as we move forward
    • But you can see Shulkin was kind of trying to throw everyone else under the bus to try to save his job
    • But in actual fact we finally shucked Shulkin
    • So progress is made along the way in this series I just I every once in a while I need to stop and take an accounting of it
    • And just say we are being effective by getting facts out to the public
    • And getting whistleblowers names like Campbell's names out in the public
    • It is having the effect on the Trump administration
    • And we are getting out these these SES folks that are really clogging up the mill
  • Day 169.3. Corporate Welfare To Entice Amazon at United Center - YouTube
    • It's day 169
    • And this is part three
    • And we're following Rahm Emmanuel's investments all over California
    • And we're following his corporate welfare
    • We're still we still have the Bitcoin from Imran--we're trying to get Imran his Bitcoin
    • Rahm is not checked off yet
    • So we decided to start going to some of the different places where Rahm has arranged corporate welfare
    • Uber being one of them
    • Even Peter Thiel even ambrosia Mr. Peter Thiel I've never saw any blood too young for me--even he says Uber is the most ethically challenged company in this in Silicon Valley, if you could imagine that
    • So of course you're gonna have Eric Schmidt involved
    • We're gonna have some other key guys involved maybe Tim Geithner I don't know
    • But there is just something I found out about a couple of minutes ago--other parts of corporate welfare welfare called a tax investment fund tax investment fund
    • You're saying that's TIF that's not TI a you're not saying Total Information Awareness--you're saying tax investment fund you change things you said TIA yesterday
    • And then had a letter another letter George
    • Now, you've got tax investment fund what the tax investment fund is that scrape some money off the top of your property taxes here
    • And then build places like uber or builds a hotel for Marriott Hotel or down by Homen Square just to make sure that your guests are comfortable getting corporate welfare
    • They redo the super boxes down there at United Center
    • And oh by the way we're gonna have that neighborhood patrolled by University of Chicago Police, University of Chicago, University of Chicago Police
    • And they're going to patrol an area outside of the campus because we want our fake cops at United Center sitting in the luxury boxes with our executives from Uber, we want them to be comfortable, and we want to make sure that there's no...no Constitution
    • Only color-of-law is good enough for our corporate donors here at Uber corporation
  • Day 169.4. Q Clue Cues Me To Go To Loop Capital. - YouTube
    • Day 169 this is part 4
    • And here we are at Luke Capitol
    • Now, a lot of people say Luke Capitol isn't that that Q thing? That's that Q thing right?
    • Well it's guess we're 111 Jackson
    • Now, you may remember a few of these scenes that we're gonna show you rights out out of Luke Luke Capitol 1 111 West Jackson
    • Of course we're not too far from Willis Tower here used to be Sears Tower for many people who know that and
    • Now, you're gonna go down what sometimes is known as Chicago's Wall Street, by the Chicago Board of Trade
    • Now, you may remember the famous scene from Trading Places
    • Of course you've always have to have your obligatory statues to goodness light
    • And Sophia the GODdess of wisdom right
    • So we're gonna illegally cross the street
    • And show you kind of Chicago's little Wall Street
    • Now, did Rahm Emanuel in fact corporate welfare for everyone wearing wing tips?
    • Hard to say
    • Was it Luke Capital his financial vehicle to bring in Boeing
    • Was Luke Capital the financial vehicle that he plans to bring in Amazon
    • Is it going to be corporate welfare for the foreseeable future?
    • We don't really know
    • But all we can do is bring you the truth
    • It's really odd it seems like corporate welfare is had an all-time high
    • But real welfare to real people that are freezing below the bridges in Chicago is a lady I'm with
    • It's called Bernie Bridges--hashtag capital B Bernie capital B bridges she's above the bridge during the day with a message that the Washington Post can't print
    • She's above Washington Bridge saying, "hey no Amazon in in Chicago", right
    • And then at night they go below bridges burning below bridges
    • And she gives out we just gave some stuff to some homeless people
    • And she always carry six meals with her
    • Before major holidays: 12 meals
    • So here it is the answer is Rahm: how much longer with the corporate welfare?
    • When will some of the money go actually for the streets, rather than for the super boxes at the United Center?
    • And will the University of Chicago be the police force for Homen Square, for another foreseeable future, for 65,000 residents where they're not constitutionally-empowered to do any policing?
    • {{ 911: Robocop: OCP!}}
    • Is it going to be corporate welfare forever, Rahm
    • Is it going to always fall to the citizens to do what really is right for the people who live here in Chicago?
    • ...Who are in need?
    • That's the question
    • << rhetorical question: HONK! car confirms. >>
  • Day 169.5. Trebuchet For Rahm’s Bitcoin From Imran - Joking! - YouTube
    • It's day 169 part 5
    • There is the challenge this is the Rahm Emanuel challenge--the office way up there by that American flag
    • Rahm has not come down to get his bitcoin Imran's bitcoin
    • I'm getting a little tired of carrying it to be honest with you I realize it's billions of dollars
    • So what we've done here is we've jury-rigged this this Picasso to be sort of a trebuchet
    • Now, you remember in medieval times the trebuchet was one of the most feared weapons immediate history, because it used spring action, spring action
    • So we're gonna actually take the picasso, we're gonna mount the we're gonna mount the disc drives with all be with all the bitcoin from Pakistan, we're gonna mount it, and we're gonna pivot it directly toward Rahm's office
    • And we are going to fire it at a very high speed
    • Now, this is a very innocuous bag of just billions of dollars in Bitcoin
    • So it will only break a few windows
    • But there is just literally no other way to get Rahm his Bitcoin
    • Now, you may say, "oh you should get a historical reenactor, from the battles of medieval times, back in England"
    • And you may say, "Oh Tewkesbury. Go get a Tewksbury battle reenactor. Go get a battle reenactor for the Earl of Gloucester. Go get someone who can play Richard the third better than you who knows the first line of the movie or the play better than you."
    • Well we're just going to have to improvise
    • The next video you see roms roms Bitcoin will be flying through the window up there on that trebuchet
    • And this this functionless art will now, take on great significance getting Rahm his due from Pakistan
  • Day 169.6. Trump Tweets About Amazon Destroying Towns, Rahm Works On Tax Shelter - YouTube
    • It's day 169 this is part 7
    • And Trump is sent a clear signal to Rahm Emanuel
    • And amazon to stop the corporate welfare
    • And you can see this battle going on right over here between Trump Tower in the old Wrigley building--the Chicago Tribune
    • Chicago Tribune being very much like the Washington Post
    • And Jeff Bezos' Washington Post
    • The key lobbyists, the head lobbyist for Rahm Emanuel, and Jeff Bezos that's where the battles taking place--200 metres apart
    • And I think the message is clear << Ding ding ding Bridge Stop signal >> stop corporate welfare
  • Day 169.8. Robyn Gritz - We Are Not Insiders, But We Can Learn - YouTube
    • It's day 169 this is probably part eight
    • Right in there is Robyn Grits meeting with Task Force
    • And another supporter, viewer of the channel: I really appreciate it
    • And so three hours we had a long conversation
    • And see Task Force trade kind of experiences with Robyn Grits was really him
    • And I think an important thing
    • There's so much with both of them--with just the whole Robert Levinson
    • And the whole antiterrorism the whole Andy McCabe thing
    • And then Task Force with all of the parolee attacks
    • And the Becerra attack etc
    • It becomes there's a lot
    • And both people need to get to know both of those sides of the story
    • But I think for us on the outside
    • (And this is my attempt at a an extended analogy here)
    • They're on the inside talking about their insider experiences
    • We're on the outside
    • What we're trying to do out here is to extend the expertise, extend the experiences, extend the things that may have gone wrong
    • And create a bigger learning for all women who may be in this position in law enforcement, where they were kind of crushed by males who made pretty bad decisions
    • And one of the things I love--probing
    • And asking deeper and deeper questions
    • >>>CONT
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