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S2E5: πŸ”₯ Meltdown at Twitter in 2019 and Miami Dolphins πŸ€–πŸ€πŸŽ€

December 14, 2023 BobbyD, D'Hustle and Raymond...don't call him RayRay Season 2 Episode 5
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S2E5: πŸ”₯ Meltdown at Twitter in 2019 and Miami Dolphins πŸ€–πŸ€πŸŽ€
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πŸ€ From the Tech World to the NBA Court: Twitter, AI, LeBron James and Kim K πŸ•ΉοΈπŸŽ§πŸοΈ

Ever wondered how a single command could bring one of the world’s most popular social media platforms back to life after a major outage? Buckle up as I share my first-hand experience of dealing with a Twitter crash and how we revived it from the ashes. Our journey doesn’t end here; we plunge into the captivating field of artificial intelligence, highlighting Google's remarkable strides. Brace yourself as we explore the peculiar concept of a "girlfriend AI" and the digital avatar that a Spanish model used to skyrocket her fame and fortune. 

From the mysterious realms of technology, we shift gears to the vibrant world of entertainment and sports. We commemorate the 50th anniversary of hip hop, question Kim K’s title as GQ's Man of the Year and scrutinize the eye-watering $700 million contract of baseball player Shohei Ohtani. But the real icing on the cake is our conversation about the phenomenal LeBron James. At 38, he continues to impress us with his MVP performance and we can't help but speculate about the Lakers' fortunes in the NBA playoffs.

Rounding off this electrifying episode, we delve into the latest NBA season, gearing up for an exhilarating playoff and the suspense surrounding the new rules. With LeBron James showing no signs of slowing down and Anthony Davis needing to stay fit, we are on the edge of our seats. The introduction of the first-ever in-season tournament further adds to the excitement. So, whether you’re a tech geek, a sports enthusiast, or a pop culture aficionado, we’ve got you covered. Tune in and let's hustle together!

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Speaker 1:

Oh yeah, I think it's about time. Welcome welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome. Uh-oh, uh-oh, D-Hussell, there we go, Welcome, welcome, welcome. Welcome to season number two, episode number five Cinco. It's the tech hustle, Raymond. What number is that in? Kuehl? Din na kuehl, Pal na kuehl.

Speaker 2:

You know what you put me on the spot? I don't even know.

Speaker 1:

Wow, punky nomba, it's number sink, bro. Come on, raymond, raymond, nuggets, what up? What up peoples? What up community? What's going on with you? It's your boy, bobby D, here with the crew. Quick introduction what up, d-hussell? What's good? What up? All right? All right, my right hand man. And then we got my cousin Raymond. Don't call him Ray Ray. What up player?

Speaker 2:

Morning, morning. This weather needs to go away.

Speaker 1:

What weather Down here in South Florida? Just a little bit of chill, all right, all right. Well, we'll definitely get our queued up. Raymond's with his winter coat on. Here in South Florida it's 70, what? 71 degrees, 65? What is it? It's beautiful weather, raymond just said. Bring back the sun, bring back the sun.

Speaker 4:

For Floridians it's cold, for me it's park weather For sure For sure.

Speaker 1:

Well, welcome fellas to episode five. Big shout outs to everybody that listened in. Shout outs 100, 100. We want to send all our love to you in appreciation for tuning in and definitely catching us on all podcast platforms, every single one of them. We out there. So today let's give a quick rundown on today's show. You ready, all right? Today I'm going to be doing a little tech talk. I'm going to be talking about an outage that I worked on while working at Twitter and I'll get some more details into it how I basically typed in the command to bring the whole thing back up, which is going to be a real cool conversation. Then we got a section with D Hustle is going to give us some quick news. I think we got some Google AI stuff. We got Raymond Nuggets. We got it. Definitely Raymond's Nuggets, my guy. He said he found this thing online called girlfriend AI. I can't wait to hear about it. I can't wait for that. It's for all of y'all, everybody that needs it. And then we got D Hustle on sports, current events, sponsorships. Big shout outs to our sponsors, as always, and then we'll close it out at the end with some call to action and definitely fill y'all in and a few things that we got going on. How's that sound, fellas?

Speaker 4:

I like it.

Speaker 1:

What do you think? The audience, how do y'all like that? Y'all like that.

Speaker 4:

They're ready.

Speaker 1:

All right, all right. All right, all right. So Raymond's going to chill in the cup for a little bit D Hustle. Cue me up with some music, man. I want to talk to a little bit of tech, you ready?

Speaker 4:

I am ready.

Speaker 3:

Let's get it.

Speaker 4:

I'm all about action. Gave a good news man her satisfaction.

Speaker 1:

Woo, thank you so much for that introduction player. We're jumping right into it today because one thing that happened last week y'all know we was talking some issue about the Linux boot process the episode before we talked about lead code. So I had another mentee of mine reach out to me and she was like yo, Bobby D, I heard what you was talking about. I remember you told a story about this time that you fixed and brought Twitter up. Why don't you spit some bars on the podcast so we can hear what's good? So I'm going to drop a little bit, jim, and talk a little bit about something that I've worked on in terms of in 2019. And let me step back a little bit. So in 2019, I was still working at Twitter. I was really at the keyboard at that time, working at a very high level, and if you're looking for more context about what I did at Twitter and my work, follow me online. I ain't going to give it all on this podcast. You got to go look and find me a little bit online. So find me on LinkedIn and you can check out my resume.

Speaker 4:

We're going to find one. We're going to find one. Right, we're going to do it, all right, just want to make sure you're all right.

Speaker 1:

For sure. Come and highlight me. But while working at Twitter, I worked on the team that manages the compute platform. So basically think it of AWS, gcp you all know those cloud providers right. So Google and Amazon and Microsoft creates this platform for everybody to run their stuff on. But the thing about working at Twitter is that we didn't actually use that. We built it ourselves. So I actually worked on the team that technically built Twitter's AWS. So just think of it like at that level. And the cool thing about that is that my service that I managed there was used by 90% of everything that ran at Twitter. But when this service went down, guess what? Everybody in the world knew it went down. So it was probably one of the most stressful jobs, but also one of the most funnest jobs, because I really got to work on some really cool technology. But the thing that I want to bring up is I'm going to put in a plug real quick, because I don't know if y'all know that I'm writing a book. Yeah, did y'all know I'm writing a book?

Speaker 4:

I really know you're writing a book.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, give me a little bit of love.

Speaker 4:

I'm about to drop some gems.

Speaker 1:

Wow, I love this thing, that's beautiful, I feel you, you're going to have to fight it. What'd you say, raymond?

Speaker 2:

Bobby D's memoirs.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, oh, it's definitely going to be dropping it like that. It's titled my Journey to the Top in Tech and basically giving you all some insights into some of the moves I made into my journey, especially with my untraditional background, because I ain't got no four year degree and, yeah, if you want to level up, highlight your boys, bobby.

Speaker 4:

Alla, alla, I know. Stop playing around people.

Speaker 1:

So one of the chapters in my book I have it titled as the World Knows Me, but y'all don't know me yet and the way that I describe it as is the world knows about an engineer like me, because in 2019, I was the engineer that typed a few commands and all of a sudden, twitter came back up Lowkey. It was one of those situations where I'm sitting around with my teammate and we're like yo turn on CNN real quick while I type this command and see if they notice it Right, and then all of a sudden, cnn reports breaking news, twitter's back up and I was like ah, yeah, yeah, now I know my worth.

Speaker 2:

I remember that when Twitter went down too.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, man. So the cool thing is nobody knew it was me doing that work behind there, right, but this is part of the tech talk. Here is actually. Let me talk a little bit about the problem, the incident real quick and give y'all some insights and what actually happened. So back in 2019, while I was chilling at the office because I was still actually I was traveling back and forth from Palm Beach to San Francisco. One of those trips there was this change that was introduced, and I know both of you have dealt with change control before. Have you dealt with that before, right, raymond?

Speaker 2:

Oh yeah, all the time.

Speaker 1:

Yeah. So change control is usually the process of confirming with your peers, but also other teams and organizations and IT or the engineering department, about a change that's going to happen and if the change occurs, what would you do to bring it back and roll it back. Well, the thing about Silicon Valley is they don't follow change control process. They like to actually break things as fast as you can so that you can fix it. There is some orderly change request in the sense of, hey, you need to have it reviewed by your peers and pushed out to the environment, but it wasn't as formal as you've both had and also myself working at Fortune 500 companies. But the thing that I'm mentioning is that there was a change that would introduce unexpectedly in the environment because we didn't have that change control process. But it was more or less a process that definitely should have caught this but unfortunately did not. So what happened? So, let's say, 12 or 1130 in the morning in San Francisco, somebody decided to push a change in the environment. Now this changed work with something called a firewall.

Speaker 3:

Have you ever heard of a firewall? Yeah, yeah, yeah right.

Speaker 1:

So the firewall itself is something that you enable on a computer to kind of block traffic. It's like, hey, if you try to even ping the computer it might say that it's unavailable, but the computer's still online because the rules on that computer says I don't talk to nothing on this network unless I have a rule that says I can talk to it. So one of the things that a lot of people run into, especially on Windows computers, when they release the firewall, is like firewall enables everything, blocks everything and only enables a few ports. So guess what happened that day at Twitter? They enabled firewall on every single server in our data center. Every single computer had a firewall enabled. Yeah for sure, right, so that's what brought it down? Yeah. So what happened was is that there was someone that introduced a change in our environment that said hey, I want you to enable the firewall on every single computer. Now, how many computers was that? Let's say it's over 500,000 computers around the world. Now, imagine 500,000 computers 500. with the firewall enabled that says I don't talk to you and you don't talk to me. That's basically what brought down Twitter. Now, how do we fix it? How do we discover it? It is definitely a more lengthier conversation to get into the details of how we discovered and how we repaired it, but I'm gonna drop us quick little gem. So there is this thing called a configuration management. Have you ever heard of that before? A configuration management tool? Yeah, yes, so there's something like Puppet Ansible Terraform is considered that. But these are tools that systems engineers, devops, operations engineers, cloud engineers use to orchestrate the configuration of computers Because I mentioned something earlier 500,000 computers. Like how in the world can we change something on 500,000 computers in such a quick time? It's because we have a configuration management tool that basically runs on every single computer that updates configurations and unfortunately, the configuration that was pushed out was turn on the firewall and block everything, so we couldn't use that same tool to fix it, but we had something that is accessible specifically whenever this firewall rule is enabled. So there's this thing called, especially on Windows, rdp. Have you ever heard of RDP?

Speaker 2:

Yeah, remote desktop right.

Speaker 1:

You log in from your computer to a server, you're RDPing into it. So on Linux and Unix we don't have an RDP, we have something called SSH. It's a secure shell connection, and the cool thing about the firewall rules are that the firewall rules always keep one backdoor open, and that backdoor that it kept open is the SSH TCP port, which is port number 22. Let me tell y'all something If this thing was not enabled port 22, Twitter would have been down for days, maybe even weeks, because we would physically have to go to the data centers and go fix this on every single computer physically and remember I said 500,000 computers around the world. Yeah, Twitter would have been down for a few days. But because we had this rule specifically enabled which says, hey, if we ever turn on all the firewall rules, we want to make sure that this one port stays open, just in case. And that port is basically how we're able to log into all the computers and introduce a change. Now, how do we log into all the computers and use some type of parallelization with SSH? It's some internal tools that we had at Twitter called LUNI. Big shout out to all the engineers that worked on that.

Speaker 3:

Big, big shout outs.

Speaker 1:

Audubon is another tool. Luni and all those tech, like those technologies that y'all didn't even know we created, were foundational for us to be able to manage such a large platform. But tell a little of the stories is basically that we were able to figure out the problem, figure out that the SSH port was still open port 22, and then writing some scripts and code, using some internal tools to connect to over 500,000 computers around the world to disable the firewall so that we can get Twitter back up.

Speaker 4:

How long it took you guys to get it back up.

Speaker 1:

So what we're looking at right now is a slide, and it said that at 1,300. Hours is when Twitter came back up and the original incident happened around let me see 1145, so about an hour and a half. Within an hour and a half we were able to bring it back up.

Speaker 4:

That's crazy. But yeah, Ronald Flores for y'all.

Speaker 1:

For sure, 100%.

Speaker 4:

It took Instagram like 15 years.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, those type of outages, man, you guys are moving up For sure, for sure, speaking of Instagram, you guys remember when, like a year and a, half ago remember when Instagram Facebook. Yeah.

Speaker 2:

They were down like the whole day.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, for sure.

Speaker 4:

For sure, everybody was going crazy.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, it was like they didn't exist, the world, was going in shambles, yeah, so props to you guys at Twitter for bringing it back up in an hour and a half. I mean, we'll never find out the details on what happened with them.

Speaker 1:

Hey, you got me on StavKid. I'll give you more details, write those checks. I can make it happen. It's pretty wild.

Speaker 2:

I remember we were at work it was just down the whole day.

Speaker 1:

For sure, for sure. And that's the cool thing about the tech that I worked on in Silicon Valley is that if we worked on something called hyperscale meaning that it's not just one or two computers, 10 or 20, it's hundreds of thousands of computers, tens of thousands of computers. So that scale, once we tweak one little thing, it can really shut the world down and or turn the lights off. Big shout-outs to Facebook and them working on that problem. But another plug I want to put in there real quick is big shout-outs to the Compute team at Twitter what's up? Compute, that's my squad Big shout-outs to the Compute team Big shout-outs.

Speaker 4:

I don't even know you guys, but shout-outs.

Speaker 1:

Let me tell you those are the hidden figures, bro Warriors. You just don't know what type of squad you had. Yeah, I like it, but big shout-outs to them. And I guess, just to wrap up this conversation, one of the things that we learned in this lesson number one is obviously being careful what you change in the environment. Change control is there for a reason, but if you're working in an environment that's more agile, trying to move faster is just make sure you be conscious of what you change, and there is this cycle of changing it in tests before you change it in production. But yeah, don't get caught up on that. Another lesson that we learned is know your metrics, or know how to find your metrics, because some of the times we depend on these nice graphical interfaces or a Tableau or some. Let me see if I can, grafana are one of those nice graphical interfaces to show your metrics. But what happens when those systems go down? How do you access your metrics is to know how to access your metrics. And then, one of the last lessons that I really want to give a big, big shout out to the Compute team for this big, big shout outs is run, practice fire drills. We had a program on our team called Red and Blue. Then I'll come and talk about it one day for a TED talk. But practice fire drills and practice your system going down so that you know what to do when the lights turn off and the fire alarm turns on. Because if you don't practice, yeah, you're going to have a week's worth of outage, rather than an hour and a half when you affect it your whole fleet. So big shout outs, big shout outs. And yeah, thank you all for tuning in and listening in. Yeah, Right.

Speaker 2:

One last. Thing.

Speaker 1:

What up, what up, man?

Speaker 2:

These type of things are supposed to happen at small companies, but Twitter and Facebook. I mean, isn't there supposed to be like layers and layers of change and people you're supposed to get to? Let's just kind of find that I don't know.

Speaker 1:

See, that's the thing is that that's the assumption. But the way that Silicon Valley works is they have this culture of break things fast so that you can iterate and move on. So they're OK with you breaking things and that's the cool thing about working at Twitter is they were OK for us to break things. Just don't be breaking it every day. If you're breaking it in one cycle and you're trying to make some changes, enhance things, just have a plan to roll it back and make sure that you debate and conversate with your peers and also other teams to make sure that your change doesn't affect it. It's tough when you're at that scale, because the thing is it's just one little change that could affect massive everything. Right, and that's potentially what happened at Facebook and definitely what happened at Twitter is that we're not doing this stuff maliciously right, we're not trying to break this stuff and I try to lose our jobs. We're trying to. You know, tippy-toe around it, you get comfortable with it and then you get caught slipping right and then, unfortunately, that's where you just rolled it back a little bit and then you put more rigor in the process. But I do agree with you, definitely for corporate America. Make sure you follow change control. But if you're out in the Bay break, break it fast so you can fix it fast. For sure, for sure, all right, all right. So I think we're ready to move on to the next section. Big shout-outs to my mentee. I really appreciate you asking that question and if y'all do have any other things and topics you want to want to hear me talk about in the tech talk section of the podcast here, how let you, boy, I'm on LinkedIn, I'm on Twitter, I'm on Instagram, all platforms Just let me know what you want me to talk about. I definitely got some jobs. He's got it and don't forget that plug for the book is coming out soon.

Speaker 2:

Don't do any clout chasey stuff to sell the book either.

Speaker 1:

Let me get at least a few sales and then I can say sorry, or something like that. No doubt, all right. So what we got next? We got to de hustle on some quick news. What's up? Player.

Speaker 4:

Like nothing much. Man got some stuff here to stuff I got for Google what up Google Chrome. We soon will have the custom memory was talking about AI.

Speaker 1:

Yeah.

Speaker 4:

Yeah, so they're gonna have it on their pixel 8.

Speaker 2:

Wow, oh on the phone. You can have it right it.

Speaker 1:

They're gonna be one of the first ones to give us AI like right on our device, sir Is it gonna be free on the phone or it should be free.

Speaker 4:

I mean, it's Google.

Speaker 1:

Well, it should be included there. There's always gonna be, so it's gonna be included in their application.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, yeah, that's pretty big.

Speaker 1:

And another big shout-outs to Google. So they last week we talked about their Gemini AI program. They made some announcements and they're definitely doing something to compete with open AI. It was kind of really innovative, at least the commercial that I saw or a YouTube video that I saw.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, big shout-outs to him now, here's my thing Are we gonna have, like you know, with you know, android phones, apple phones? This is gonna be like the thing now with you know AI, like hey, what AI flavor are you using?

Speaker 1:

Yeah, I feel like that storm is coming, bro, like you're gonna have one AI for Apple, one AI for Android, one AI for everything. Like it's gonna be separate, and the thing that I Think they're really just trying to lock in is their proprietary Data. That they have right is like what is Google? What can Google provide that's different than Apple? What Apple can provide that's different than Google? And then that would be the different offerings of these AIs. But yeah, that storm is already here.

Speaker 2:

Player, that's yeah that's gonna be normal. That's gonna be a little frustrating. So everybody's using their own flavors of you. Know, I thought open AI was running off with it, but now Google's jumping back in the game. Everybody's just jumping on this.

Speaker 1:

So yeah for sure Everybody's trying to get a check player.

Speaker 2:

Are you using one in any particular Bobby, like one year just?

Speaker 1:

so the, the one that I'm really on on, is definitely open AI chat, chpt. I've actually got it to a point where I've given it a name. It's called Jules AI. What up, jules AI? She listened to the podcast too? Yeah, uh-huh. And and I'm with another plug, if you are looking to contribute to an open source project, I'm writing some stuff for Jule Jules AI. I'll let you boy. We're on GitHub. We definitely trying to make a change or introduce some real cool stuff, but, yeah, open AI is what I use mostly.

Speaker 2:

Okay, yeah yeah, this is curious.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, I've tested some the Bart, which is the Google's chat Tpt interface it's. It's now backed by Gemini, which is under that deep mind project that they have, but I'm still, you know, just trying to figure out how to use it. The cool thing about these things is that soon as they create an API, an application, program of interface for it, oh that's when it's just gonna go crazy, because I can create my own application to interact with these AI's and then I can do Things like create my own Jules AI type stuff. Google's a few steps behind, but right now that's what I'm riding with.

Speaker 2:

Okay, yeah, yeah, good to know, thank you, I like that.

Speaker 1:

No doubt anything else with what else you got on your list, t hustle.

Speaker 4:

Other than that, um Google, again another Google. Oh, what's up? Google got fiber 20 gig service for $250 a month. What will continue slowly used to roll out of 5g and a package now for some folks are as early access to a new 20.

Speaker 1:

Wow. So so they're actually having Google fiber routers and things in your house now, huh, so instead of just getting on the, the Google Fi, a wireless network, now you can actually get it in your house and you can kick Comcast out. Finally.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, for sure yeah definitely.

Speaker 1:

Down here in South Florida, everything is Comcast Xfinity, but Google's make a run for it.

Speaker 4:

So they have. I think AT&T has a fiber.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, at&t has a fiber as well. Yeah, what do you guys have? So, at&t, you got, at&t. Yeah, I got.

Speaker 3:

Xfinity I'm on.

Speaker 1:

Comcast.

Speaker 2:

I have Xfinity unfortunately.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, I'm actually trying to low-key. You know I'm always trying to do something big at the house. I actually want two Providers to come to the house, basically have AT&T and Comcast come to the house, or now it's gonna be a Comcast and Google, and what I can do is is if one of them ever goes down, it just automatically switched to the other and or I can, I can merge them together to get more bandwidth. That's a little bit high-level tech stuff. So those network engineers. That's the only thing about two bills.

Speaker 4:

I'm trying to minimize.

Speaker 1:

I'm trying to create reliable connection to the house likewise. Yeah, we're doing yeah, I want reliable connection to the house.

Speaker 4:

I'm not trying to have more and more to work and I'm gonna throw Starlink on there too.

Speaker 1:

So I'm gonna have three, three connections.

Speaker 4:

Yeah, that's, thank you.

Speaker 2:

Come the Barbies house on my internet.

Speaker 1:

No doubt, no doubt. I appreciate y'all, but I'm always doing some high-level stuff.

Speaker 2:

That's good stuff, man yeah.

Speaker 4:

I work so and if it works out definitely would go ahead and see we can, I can make it happen in my house, cuz my son always keeps complaining about some lag on yeah, latency. What do you want me to do? Expand my bandwidth? Yeah. How much more can we go out?

Speaker 1:

Yeah, and especially if he wants to get that computer too. You know, you know he wants that PC, so that game.

Speaker 4:

PC.

Speaker 1:

He gonna need some more bandwidth in the breaks a little bit. I got you. Jordan. Just how about your uncle? I got you play that. That's what's up. That's what's up. All right, then I will get back to D hustle a little bit later. In the show right Next up we got my main cousin. He's known as in these streets as Raymond. Don't call him Ray Ray. What's up, Raymond?

Speaker 2:

Raymond's nuggets. What's up? Player Gentlemen, what's up? What's?

Speaker 3:

up.

Speaker 2:

D hustle. What's going on? All right, so One of these is gonna be a little nugget and the other one's gonna be like a PSA, a public service announcement.

Speaker 1:

Put it on us kid you know what?

Speaker 2:

let me get the smaller one out, the the nugget. So, have you guys heard that they're making it chip specifically for AI?

Speaker 1:

Oh, what company's?

Speaker 2:

doing that, amd what? These green something D is like. Let me get into this so you want to compete with the video. You know we all know about the video. The video pretty much dominates you know, for sure, I fixed chips and everything. Gpus, yeah, you can use. So AMD had a little press conference last week so they're making a chip specifically To compete with that. To compete with that, it's a AI chip, I guess so yeah, yeah, that's what's up.

Speaker 1:

Big, big shout out to AMD let's get around.

Speaker 2:

Quiet.

Speaker 1:

I always like competition, especially in this lane that we're talking about. It's it's something that I tell my mentees all the time is like Pepsi didn't care that Coca-Cola existed, right. So why ain't there more competitions in that lane, specifically around GPUs? Because, like you said, navinia is basically killing that market and if you need and if you ain't invested I'm not no financial advisor so please, please. But I will say that if you definitely want to put some chips on something, I would definitely put it on the video, because they're there, a trillion dollar company, and if not, they already head in there, so they're doing it right.

Speaker 2:

So but big shout out to AMD.

Speaker 1:

I used to run some. So AMD and this just for those techies CPU wise they're they're competing or competitors, intel. So mostly Intel. Amd and arm is another competitor out there. Yeah, but AMD jumping into GPUs market is gonna open up some lower price points, because I want some of this hardware at the house. You know, I got all this network connection. I want some. I need cheaper hardware to put at the house. But big shout outs and if anybody work at AMD or Navinia and y'all want to, you know, send me something, I'll let you. Boy, I'm here. All right, raven. So so that's AMD. That's the nugget for today. So what's the other topic? Because I think we already written it down and we Relaxed what up, ken?

Speaker 2:

Other topic is this is a public service announcement. We got sons. They're gonna be older. We got, you know, fuse. We got brothers. Yeah, yeah something might stumbled upon. The internet seems very little concerning is Obviously, we've been talking about AI weeks now. It's like the hottest topic.

Speaker 3:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

I stumbled on this on the internet is have you guys heard of a AI girlfriends?

Speaker 4:

Oh, AI girlfriends I have heard of it.

Speaker 1:

I think it's been a minute, but it's coming back up again. What's up?

Speaker 2:

So this is something we need to be on the horizon for. So there's a Spanish model. Not sure where she's from, but she somehow made an AI model of herself. And basically, yeah, she made an AI model of herself. And the first week it's talking to men and one gentleman just talking to the AI voice of her, mm-hmm, I dropped $1,200 like within an hour. Yeah, so, going and progressing to that, I think she made $72,000 in a week where it's just so that she pivoted this to where Mm-hmm, a company bought this. It's called an AI Karen. She named it AI Karen, so much so a company gave her six figures for this gentleman. Wow, so this is something we need to be concerned for, because, think about it, you know we have online dating and stuff. What's to say that? You're? You're like you're big catfish. Yeah, you're messaging with someone and you don't know if that woman is real. What if it's an AI girlfriend? Yeah, so you know, this is something we need to be concerned for and this is like really Well, I'm gonna get that out the way.

Speaker 4:

I'm not gonna have to be concerned about $72,000. I know somebody I'm hot, even seen a freaking what they look like.

Speaker 2:

Okay, you have men out there, d hustle, that are lonely, that you know like, think about only fans. You guys think that the only fans they make money off the pictures. No, they make money off of Messaging with the guy engage the engagement. So think about if they pivot this to an AI, mm-hmm. So right now, like the women, they're not messaging you. They have a team of men messaging. Yeah, yeah, yeah, so think about it now they can get rid of the men. In the future, once this technology gets better and the AI is gonna be messaging these lonely men and make. That's what the only fans and makes money off of is the messaging, the engagement. Yeah, the pictures yeah so this is, you know, we got to be concerned about this. Guys Just teach your, your people's, your I mean well, yeah, so any thoughts on that, or?

Speaker 1:

I mean in general that this is definitely something that we knew was gonna be happening For seeing, right, I'll give you an example. So the internet itself the thing that really made internet the popping was, unfortunately, porn or adult content, right, ai, the reason why it's gonna blow up is because of that adult type of content. It's going to happen. People are gonna make money off of it. You might not pay for it, you might not, I might not pay for it, but there is, like you said, a lot of men out there that need that companionship and some medium and they're okay to be confused and or not really talking to a human, but as long as they get in that affection. But how much does she make?

Speaker 2:

but they they're talking to a human. They're being. Are they being scammed? If they think they're talking to a human.

Speaker 3:

You talk about catfished.

Speaker 4:

Add to that. Let me get. Let me get this out the way, first of all set false advertisement first of all, let me give a shout out to that person.

Speaker 2:

I mean, that's smart and a week and she sold the company. She made six figures. Look at that. Good for her. Yeah, karen, that's what it's called.

Speaker 4:

Hey, shout out to her she is. I don't even know, I don't care, but that's. That's like you said. It's starting to be more like what you're saying and it's true. I have seen Oculus of people, of basically it's like a world out there. So different world. Yeah right and you have an Oculus and we don't even know who it is in the background.

Speaker 2:

That's true.

Speaker 4:

And then the guy. I seen it. The guy was like dancing and modeling For the other person who has the Oculus and he is making money Offer that, but he is being a woman, not a guy in the Oculus and his voice is changing, whoa.

Speaker 3:

This is something different.

Speaker 4:

I seen this, I seen this From firsthand on freaking one of these websites here that how the? Guy was making Monster money, is dancing just like a girl. The guy don't even have any fucking moves.

Speaker 1:

That was not getting your money's worth.

Speaker 4:

Because they show side by side exactly what he was doing and and the world that he's talking about Correct, and what happens is you can see him moving, shaking his ass, and he had like a stripper pole. Mm-hmm in his house Wow and he was just moving, but it's, that's crazy. The other person is seeing is a beautiful woman. Mm-hmm with with.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, that's wrong.

Speaker 4:

to me, that's, that's a scam and when he is talking, the guy's talking is a woman's voice. So I can relate to what you're saying, but I see it. But this is if I find it up, but I'll put it in the.

Speaker 2:

Yes, the discord, yeah for sure.

Speaker 4:

It's great and the guy's making millions. All to do is he doesn't even have to leave his fucking house. Yeah, sitting down, he puts Oculus he says I am ready. Look at this one put when you see the side by side. The guy is moving like a woman and the guy was like he goes on the scene. He goes. Do you want to see more? Hmm my turning you on.

Speaker 3:

Hmm.

Speaker 4:

That's crazy. The guy's like, yes, well, if you want more, you know what to do.

Speaker 1:

Mm-hmm.

Speaker 4:

Here goes the cash out, exactly Mm-hmm as soon as the money comes in the notification Yep, he starts doing and dancing and it's wow, it's crazy.

Speaker 1:

That's the new area is crazy.

Speaker 4:

But it's genius, though You're bored and you ain't got nothing to do. Yeah, yeah, but he doesn't want to get out, I understand. I think you cashed out too early.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, yes, I mean, if that happens to your family member or your brother or your son. I mean that's not.

Speaker 1:

We got to prepare our but you are right, I think we definitely have to prepare the next generation up for what kind of content they're gonna find online right. And you can't, you cannot trust it nowadays 100%. Ai yeah, because because it looks too real. It looks too real.

Speaker 2:

You're gonna be doing video chats, bro, and you're gonna even gonna know if the person's real facts. I mean, that's where it's going now.

Speaker 1:

Well, I mean, maybe this is kind of like pushing the air where in person is, is the is the way to do it, like there is no like online type thing.

Speaker 2:

Unless you need them face to face and see you, I don't believe that you are real.

Speaker 1:

Maybe the guy don't want to go to the club, oh you don't want to touch the girl, I mean, but yo, technically, if you already spin in that grip, you should be going the club having a few bottles or two, right, why not?

Speaker 2:

But you guys see a gosh. What's the woman?

Speaker 3:

Ruby Rose, I don't know if you guys Heard of her she used to rap.

Speaker 2:

She's a model. Now she's on only fans where yeah, she randomly met her top spender on only fans the guy dropped 65,000 dollars in one month.

Speaker 3:

Wow.

Speaker 1:

Wait, hold on a second D hustle. You hear the name and his hustle. Like anybody has on the hustle, he's definitely shot.

Speaker 4:

Oh yeah so this guy's got to all seven control, but there are people who just pay for fucking feet shots.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, oh yeah, for sure.

Speaker 4:

It's for sure, it's pretty wild.

Speaker 2:

Yeah it's, I don't know.

Speaker 1:

Well, raymond, all I can say is out of the three of us, you're the only one that's still on the market, kid. All right, so I just want to drop in money on that for all I want to tell you is is that be careful what you buy.

Speaker 2:

You know, if I can't touch you and, like you know, feel, you know, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 1:

Well, we know your track record, so you won't have any problems at all. Just just just do what you do. Player, and both of us all three of us make sure we teach our sons the Check, check for Adam's apples, and if they ask for money up front, mm-hmm, delete, all right, anything else.

Speaker 4:

I see what you're going with and I understand the point of ladies and gentlemen's be careful. Yeah, basically is the point welcome to AI. Yeah doing a lot of stuff. Just be careful, do some research.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, for sure. Well, thanks a lot, raymond for your for your nuggies. Yeah, public servant, raymond, don't call them Ray, Ray, oh. I can't wait for next week we're gonna bring up yeah you know right, raymond definitely has some, some very interesting nuggets, but it's all challenges that we're dealing with and I really do appreciate you, yeah.

Speaker 3:

All right.

Speaker 1:

So next up we have a D hustle coming up. Something nice and smooth for you kid. Okay, welcome, welcome to the stage, our main guy D hustle. What up player?

Speaker 4:

Yeah, what's going on? All right guys, let's get down and do it here, because I don't want to spend too much on one topic. I'm gonna leave that for the end.

Speaker 1:

I know which one. I know which one. You waiting for the year.

Speaker 3:

I can't wait, man.

Speaker 4:

So special news here. I guess Cardi B Broke up with her offset that was crazy, yeah, carly being offset or done so she is done and she is got a new dude.

Speaker 2:

She's looking good, got the house.

Speaker 4:

I guess, when you break up with somebody, Is that real?

Speaker 2:

they're not trying to sell another album or song.

Speaker 1:

It could be you never know it could be. It could be because they both been on the road a little bit. I've definitely seen offset on some podcasts and stuff like that.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, I hate to see that happening. That sucks.

Speaker 4:

It is what it is.

Speaker 1:

It is what it is entertainment life, bro, and then yesterday you got um.

Speaker 4:

Was it yesterday? Yeah, yeah, yeah, yesterday, did you guys see the the 50 anniversary year of hip hop? That had on CBS.

Speaker 1:

No, I didn't see it I missed that, oh, it was it was

Speaker 4:

popping, it was popping. They had old school, they got, they had your favorite guy, will Smith.

Speaker 1:

Oh, my god, my god, I will cool.

Speaker 2:

j Queen Latifa, I mean a lot Yo oh, I'm gonna catch on.

Speaker 4:

Yo man, you guys have to check it out and put that here.

Speaker 1:

Damn, especially you bringing it up in this new segment. It sounded like it was fired. Oh man, it was fine If you, if you like, 80s, 90s we 80s babies here, bro Just for the listeners.

Speaker 4:

The newer generation.

Speaker 3:

Generation might not like it yeah, yeah, yeah, no, no, no no.

Speaker 1:

You see, you can't, you can't throw something out there and not see as a follow-up.

Speaker 4:

But yeah, you get, take a look, but yo big, big ups to to hip hop, making the 50 years, 50 years of hip hop.

Speaker 1:

I mean a music, music genre that has really impacted our lives. Um, and it's from from get, I would definitely put that in the bucket r&b, hip hop, um, those type of music. But, uh, big shout outs to them.

Speaker 4:

Yeah, shout out. So I've got one thing here, guys, that I'm gonna get this trying to figure out is gq man of the year.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, that that's some magazine. They publish that every year, right? They usually put a guy on the on the magazine. Who did they put on him Cardas? Who is?

Speaker 4:

kim, kim, kim kim. You know, rej Kim, what you know.

Speaker 2:

Kanye's ex-wife.

Speaker 1:

Kanye, it's like Peter yeah that's no hold on, hold on. Let me ask a question first. It's a magazine to celebrate the man of the year. Yes, and they decided to put Kim Kardashian on the magazine. Correct. Wow, all right, give me some more details. I don't make sense to me.

Speaker 4:

Well, I don't want to stand. My issue is if you have GQ magazine. I don't know if you guys know they have the men and the women. Magazines one for the woman, one for the men.

Speaker 3:

Mm-hmm.

Speaker 4:

Why is she in the men's car? Yeah, that's a good. Why she's not in the woman's Come?

Speaker 1:

I don't know, but here's the thing.

Speaker 4:

Man of the year. It's not. Kim hasn't been the first one.

Speaker 3:

Mm-hmm.

Speaker 4:

It's been more other actors in females females, that's been in the man of the year.

Speaker 3:

But I don't get it.

Speaker 1:

I don't have the woman of the year magazine. Why don't they put them on there? There's too many great men and great things that men have done throughout this year for us Not to acknowledge them, and I don't.

Speaker 4:

I don't have a problem her being on the front cover GQ magazine, but woman of the year facts. Yeah, not the man.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, maybe because with the whole skims Company she's got Make skims for men now.

Speaker 4:

Why she's not in. The woman of the year. That's a good point, nothing wrong with being the woman of the year, but is it so a man's are gonna be titled? Mm-hmm as weak Because they have a female on there.

Speaker 1:

I mean, it's how to all the men's out there.

Speaker 4:

I mean they couldn't find one man, man of the year.

Speaker 1:

I mean, look at me, I'm here, I could have been on the front of the magazine. Let's, let's make that happen, though, right.

Speaker 4:

What the fire.

Speaker 1:

I mean, if they really want somebody.

Speaker 4:

Woman of the year is fine for me. Woman is doing skim, woman is doing you know the show, what the show I? Don't care what you do. Hmm, your hustle is great, but now you're taking the man's position. Yeah. I agree, yeah, they kind of you have a woman you have a man of the year, let's put you in the woman of the year. Much love. But then you can't figure out one. Look, even if you look at it, I'm gonna put Tom Ford on, just three thousand on yeah, for sure, why not? Why not put one of them? Yeah and then the year. So what if they have been there multiple times? But anyway, yeah, it is what it is. Listen, much love to you. Shout out to Kim. Shout out to Kim to be the man in the woman of the year twice.

Speaker 3:

In one year.

Speaker 1:

Boy GQ, y'all need to come back and now report in what's going on, kid.

Speaker 4:

Oh, next, thing, my $700 million man.

Speaker 2:

Somebody got a check, bro? God bless this guy who is that they got that well, tony well, tony, okay, ballplayer right baseball player right baseball player face for the angels now he is going to the Dodgers.

Speaker 4:

Mm-hmm 700 million dollars.

Speaker 2:

Why do you think he got so much? Why do you think the Dodgers?

Speaker 1:

Hold on Before your question, raymond, when, whenever somebody's on the hustle D hustle got a shot him out.

Speaker 2:

Sorry, what, what, what do you think the Dodgers would give him 700 million dollars? I'm gonna play. Is it that good play?

Speaker 4:

He's a switch-hitter Okay, not a lot of switch-hitters in baseball out there like that. I don't know to hit both left and right. Plays the field. You can put them anywhere.

Speaker 3:

Mm-hmm.

Speaker 4:

The guy is a beast.

Speaker 1:

He's got tall to.

Speaker 2:

Asian to Asian mm-hmm 700 million almost he's dead with monkey.

Speaker 4:

Now I'm not I'm expecting a championship from LA.

Speaker 3:

Mm-hmm.

Speaker 1:

Don't. Don't say I'm gonna catch this right now.

Speaker 4:

He's. He's a very, very intelligent man. The man defer 68 million per year. Mm-hmm for his thing. So let me give you a breakdown exactly what it is. So he got a 10 year 700 out 700 million, right? So a tiny. What he did was he defer to all a 2 million of his salary each year, right. And Then 68 of his 70 million per year Is gonna be defer, paid out within the interest of 2023 to 2043. Wow so right now, and so his contract is done with the angels. To gonna pay him is 2 million.

Speaker 3:

Mm-hmm and.

Speaker 4:

Then after that the man is, he can fucking retire whenever he wants so so read that line again.

Speaker 1:

You said that he's gonna only get paid on the interest.

Speaker 4:

From what I was advised yes, so it's gonna be a tiny will take 2 million each year from 2024 2023.

Speaker 3:

Mm-hmm.

Speaker 4:

Then 68 million is gonna be to his account for each year, to from 2034 to 2043 hmm.

Speaker 1:

So that's hard though, yo, and the part that I'm really catching here is is imagine you getting a check for a 68 million dollars and you say, hey, put that check in an account, let it grow and just pay me the interest and then at the end you have that at the end.

Speaker 4:

That's crazy each year 68 million each Each year. My guy that yo.

Speaker 2:

Shout out to show so he's getting seven.

Speaker 4:

Listen to this. He's getting seven hundred. You guys not understand the fucking Fucking month. Almost a Billy 700 million. Listen to this hmm, 700 million dollars. Phenomenal play. Is you worth it? For me, in my opinion, yes. Hmm if LA doesn't not win a championship this year, let's we gonna have to renegotiate? She was going on. Yeah, yeah but I don't care about what he, what the deal contract was. The thing is, this man is smart. The man says I'm gonna get two million each year from 2024 to 2023 mm-hmm two millions, which means every year from 2024 to 2020 23, he's gonna get two million dollars each year. Yeah, yeah so the rest doesn't mean shit yeah. Yeah, and so 2034. After that to 24 to 3 each year.

Speaker 2:

After that, 68 million yeah smart million, whatever his agent was yeah, shout out to my yo, but here's the thing.

Speaker 4:

This is like deferring my man, yeah he's, he is set for life. Whoever figured out?

Speaker 1:

is that formula for him, mm-hmm?

Speaker 4:

because, if you look at it now, everybody these days, once you get a millions of dollars, we'll spend it on cars.

Speaker 3:

Yeah.

Speaker 4:

Yeah house, yeah, yeah everything my man said I don't, I don't need. He's probably one of those guys. Don't even fucking go up, probably not he stays home.

Speaker 1:

He probably got a girlfriend yeah.

Speaker 4:

I a.

Speaker 1:

Karen, yeah, I'm just messing.

Speaker 4:

I'm just messing shout out to my man over there.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, big shout out so big, big, big moves here. Yeah. Oh deep breath, deep breath, deep breath. What? What's going on? You gonna bring Raymond to the stage.

Speaker 4:

Cuz these last two subjects that I got talk about.

Speaker 2:

Oh, do now first door.

Speaker 4:

I want to figure out what happened last night with your dolphins.

Speaker 2:

Can you queue up that Travis Scott song with Drake? What's it called meltdown?

Speaker 3:

meltdown this song with Travis Scott and Drake is that would queue that up, because that's what happened last night.

Speaker 4:

I don't understand guys. Yeah, there was.

Speaker 2:

I mean the cause.

Speaker 4:

Yeah, I mean, they were up.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, it was Just don't even get me started, so yeah yeah, three minutes left, dolphins were up by 14 points. I was like, yeah, I'm about to go to bed, this is over with. And I was like you gotta be kidding me. They went through a complete meltdown and they blew the game. That's that's. That's all that happens.

Speaker 4:

So that's crazy.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, I mean I'm. I know they lost their best player in Tyree, but come on. That's still went in and help them out. But yeah, yeah, no. The coach just yeah, yeah, no.

Speaker 1:

I mean it's getting close to the end. They got to start pulling, pulling back a little bit, raymond.

Speaker 2:

In my opinion are still in a good position. They're number two, but I got number one. No, they're number two.

Speaker 4:

Well, I mean as far as the conference, yeah, yeah and our yes so in our conference were number one. But yeah, but yeah but look at the price side. You start, you go into the playoffs.

Speaker 2:

Yes. Just for the playoffs tough games, yeah, at the end of the year, I mean you guys got a Jets that's coming out, which we don't know.

Speaker 4:

If Aaron Rodgers is coming back, it's not coming back.

Speaker 1:

I don't think it's healthy or safe for him to come back.

Speaker 4:

I will meet personally. I will bench him, you guys. Yes, the judge was that Wilson.

Speaker 3:

Yeah cuz.

Speaker 4:

I need. I need to pick him up next year. Hey, morgan Wilson, one of the two. But other than that, I mean, yeah, it's, it's not looking good. But again, if you guys cannot beat the Titans, imagine in the playoffs when, if you have to face the Ravens or Dallas and I hate Dallas- Wow.

Speaker 2:

Not giving them excuses. They did loss. They lost their best weapon in NFL last night you know, in Tyree, but still, like you said, he did come in, but still no excuses, though.

Speaker 4:

So I hear you. Well, listen. At the end of the day, you guys are in. It's much more, can I say. You got Baltimore, dolphins, kansas City, jackson and Cleveland, and then there's a lot of people in the hunt and the hunt for the coming up weekend. So I just want to give you guys heads up, much luck to you guys.

Speaker 1:

Well, big shout out to the dolphins. We, you know, we always important dolphins over here. So yeah, you guys.

Speaker 4:

I thought he was gonna do his 2000 year 200 yards. Why, like you were saying, yeah, no, so I was looking for that, but it was okay because the guy was playing in my fantasy had him, so I'm glad he was bench for a little bit.

Speaker 2:

Look at you.

Speaker 1:

Always, always right.

Speaker 4:

Your beautiful Lake is one that garbage.

Speaker 2:

Show some respect Ever in season tournament, first ever in season tournament and the history of the NBA and who wins?

Speaker 3:

the mvp for the.

Speaker 2:

NC for the n season tournament was it the hustle?

Speaker 4:

I think it was the pelicans.

Speaker 2:

First season tournament and MVA and MVP was realistic man, that shit was garbage.

Speaker 1:

Hey I don't care how well it was, he just recognizing the wind. Can you answer the question?

Speaker 4:

Who was?

Speaker 2:

MVP for the first time in season tournament in the air.

Speaker 4:

I mean, that's the closest you guys gonna get to a title. Let's be realistic here to answer his question.

Speaker 2:

It was LeBron James.

Speaker 4:

Yes he's the overall MVP for the first season and he was playing like it was the fucking playoffs that's what you got to give him his respect.

Speaker 2:

20 years in, 38 years old, he doesn't let down. You got it.

Speaker 4:

So you guys want that garbage bubble.

Speaker 2:

Which fucking.

Speaker 3:

COVID there whatever.

Speaker 4:

And him. He's probably in the freaking conference room right now with the. You know they were stirring and shit, trying to figure some shit out putting his feet up and then celebrate. All of a sudden they make a tournament that doesn't mean shit for nobody. Play fucking Indiana Out of all freaking teams.

Speaker 2:

Right, maybe you know this is coming. I mean, he's still at a high level, given the man his props.

Speaker 4:

I'm doing a phenomenal job being day-to-day on freaking fantasy, Wow. But yo big shout out to the Lakers there.

Speaker 2:

There's no other thing to brawny came back, you know from the scare that he had with the heart.

Speaker 1:

Oh yeah yeah, the son, and you know he played the game.

Speaker 2:

So that was great, you know so yeah, where's he going to school at? Usc, usc shout out to brawny, you know that was a little scared that he had earlier this year. So I'm sure that he made a full recovery and he's on the court.

Speaker 1:

But, uh, all I know is Sounds like LeBron has one more checked in.

Speaker 4:

I mean, they play tournaments Like I said, like I said before, if a D don't give him 25, 15 game I don't see you guys making. Let's be realistic here. He can't do it by himself, All right you guys got a D when he's on his best right now, because I bet you in the end of the year. He's gonna be hurt, so let's. That's the only way you guys are gonna win On that situation. Let's be realistic here. See the west is a hard team to beat and you guys are not in the In the making unless you guys do something phenomenal.

Speaker 2:

We'll see the trade seat. You know I love you guys, Thank you.

Speaker 4:

Hopefully, you know the Angelo, do something. Yeah you know, ad guys stays healthy.

Speaker 1:

I hope everybody stays healthy, because, because I want the playoffs to be like this right, this competitive right, it was hard, they played.

Speaker 2:

you know this is kind of cool. And now the NBA is thinking about it's guaranteeing a spot in the playoffs if you win this. Yes, they're thinking about the rules, what do? You mean they come in, come on, get some incentive. Yeah, come on the hustle. You think that's a bad idea For?

Speaker 4:

is all ratings. Well we know that.

Speaker 2:

think about the incentive if you win the n-season tournament they're thinking about modifying the rules you will get guaranteed a playoff spot.

Speaker 4:

Why? But but oh, makes a lot of sense, cuz you guys wasn't gonna make it.

Speaker 2:

Oh, oh, they're talking about modifying this for the future.

Speaker 4:

I knew it. It makes a lot of sense.

Speaker 1:

Let's get this one in the bag.

Speaker 4:

Maybe you should call Dave in this shit. Yeah, yeah his perspective on this situation. Yeah, what up, Dave was good. Oh my god, that is crazy.

Speaker 2:

I think it's genius. Yeah them some incentive, you know, to care about this.

Speaker 1:

All right. So my opinion is definitely. I think there should be some incentives, but there could be a side effect of that too. Imagine if they say that they already in the playoffs. How much are you gonna put LeBron and everybody in the game?

Speaker 4:

now.

Speaker 2:

Exactly right and save it for the playoffs. Why, leonard, that does that? All right, that's not LeBron that's go, I Leonard, that sits down. So but I get what you're saying, bobby. That's a very good point, because you could check out like if you have a guaranteed spot sure, theoretically you could just check out For the from now to the end of the season. Yeah, you have to play good, yeah, yeah, that's basically where it cuz, we got a spot for sure, no, because sense they changed the rules. Yeah, no, I like it. I mean, you know you got to give them some incentive, because they don't care. Darwin, like what? Look at what? The all-star game, the dunk contest. They don't want to do it.

Speaker 1:

You got to give them incentives, you know but you know, the other thing is that they play at a high level, so any possible Injuries are always quite, or something that's on there right now. They hurt.

Speaker 3:

I.

Speaker 1:

Mean he's 38, bro. Everything hurt, bro. Come on now, he's almost 40.

Speaker 4:

He's almost there. I will make him a bench player.

Speaker 1:

Hmm.

Speaker 4:

Guess some of these, because if you really look at it, let's say LeBron is a bench player who you guys gonna put to start.

Speaker 1:

Mmm, that's a good question you can't nobody right.

Speaker 3:

So that means you got to find somebody.

Speaker 4:

Which means LeBron will has to take a cut, and I don't see LeBron taking cuts. Hmm, to help out the team.

Speaker 1:

No, not this time.

Speaker 4:

You're talking about being a good player and all that phenomenal player, great, all-around play. I'm gonna tell you that right now, but I don't see him taking cuts. No discounts.

Speaker 1:

All right, all right, all right. D hustle, who we got for sponsorship this week, was good.

Speaker 4:

These and gentlemen's big, big shout out to marvelous creations and how beautiful event this past weekend there at the Boca.

Speaker 3:

Holiday Festival, the festival yeah cake event great deal. Yeah again.

Speaker 4:

I don't know if anybody was there. Tech hustle was there.

Speaker 1:

Oh yeah, we was there full effect. Yeah, we were yeah yeah, big, big shout outs to marvelous creation in the whole event that we had down there. Another plug for her to see selling online. So definitely check out our newsletter, check out our links and get access to some of her Products. She makes some of the best desserts here in South.

Speaker 4:

Florida. Yes sir.

Speaker 1:

She also does custom cake designs.

Speaker 4:

It also check us out. Ladies and gentlemen. We are on all platforms. Stop playing around YouTube discord. If you want to hear something that we haven't talked about, hit us up on this court. Maybe we can go ahead and put that up and and look up some information or anything that you think we might.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, yeah and then I guess the last throw in there is if y'all looking for some sponsorship and partnership with the tech hustle, I, like your boy D hustle hustle, I'm here I'm gonna make sure we get you a spot on the show Indefinitely. We're looking for some support as we're going on this journey and definitely want to have you reach out.

Speaker 4:

So so some love.

Speaker 1:

All right, fellas, let's queue up the closeout song. What we got going on, man, oh, today's show, episode five, was kind of fire. What do y'all?

Speaker 4:

think yeah, yeah, no, but love for a R.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, yeah, yeah. Watch out for those cameras, guys. Yeah, yeah.

Speaker 1:

Raymond says be careful, don't just listen to the tone. No more, yes, that'll mean nothing, no more. And then what do you all thought about the tech talk? It's good, it was good. Yeah, big shout out to my mentee Reaching out. Let me know y'all want to hear me talk some more issues, definitely looking forward. You asked the level, for sure, for sure. All right audience. Let me say thank you so much for tuning in to episode five. We here at the tech hustle holding it down. Obviously, you're gonna see that this is very a show that's cultured, a show that's Enlightening, a show that provides some context around technology and engineering. We're doing a little different than other shows.

Speaker 4:

I like slakers.

Speaker 1:

At least at least one of one of the panelists here, one one, raymond. Don't call him Ray Ray, just don't forget that. And then big shout out to D hustle for holding it down. Thank you, thank you, really appreciate you, as always.

Speaker 4:

Thank you, raymond, thank you, bobby, yeah for sure.

Speaker 1:

Last plug that I have is, like D hustle said, follow us all on platforms. We're all on all podcast platforms or an IG, instagram, facebook find us. I posted something on LinkedIn to I the last episode. I forgot something in the Linux boot process and I wanted the audience to see if they could tell me. So Definitely check us out on LinkedIn. Other than that, keep following along, because we're building a community.

Speaker 4:

Having got your Christmas gifts Now before you don't want to stay in the freaking lines. We'll talk about that next week.

Speaker 2:

I need to knock it out this week.

Speaker 1:

For sure All right y'all. Well, thank you for tuning in to episode five. It's the tech hustle. I'll let you boy is. Bobby D.

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