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Trenton Hammond

Trenton Hammond

  • My daily podcast list so far is pretty much the same thing as the list of podcast episodes already there. I don't really see the value of it.

  • This supposed smoking gun isn't really that. The potential charge for impeachment is bribery, which isn't supported by the everyday act of storing classified information. There is no case for bribery as there hasn't even been first-hand witnesses on trial. This is a facade of pure propaganda. Impeachment

    This supposed smoking gun isn't really that. The potential charge for impeachment is bribery, which isn't supported by the everyday act of storing classified information. There is no case for bribery as there hasn't even been first-hand witnesses on trial. This is a facade of pure propaganda. Impeachment itself is frivolous as Trump won't leave office with the current legislative body.

  • Although American millionaires are considered wealthy I can understand the point they are making about impact although I believe they are being too limited in the ways they could be charitable. They are true in that giving to a charity isn't too impactful as most charities have to cover a lot of logistics

    Although American millionaires are considered wealthy I can understand the point they are making about impact although I believe they are being too limited in the ways they could be charitable. They are true in that giving to a charity isn't too impactful as most charities have to cover a lot of logistics with donations, so the final amount of a contribution going towards the actual goal is lessened. Also the problems facing Americans today require structural change that charities can't fix. This is where these wealthy folk are wrong abput their impact. They could make major impacts for people by restructuring the way they divvy profits in their businesses, building affordable rentals instead of luxurious ones, actually returning costs back to consumers through product innovations, ending manipulative lobbying, etc. These steps would surely impact America more than charitable donations.

  • What would be true innovation in the TV space is a centralized service with literally everything from all the providers that allows you to simply pay for a specified selection of shows. Breakdown the channels even further into individual shows. This is essentially what people do with torrents. Unfortunately

    What would be true innovation in the TV space is a centralized service with literally everything from all the providers that allows you to simply pay for a specified selection of shows. Breakdown the channels even further into individual shows. This is essentially what people do with torrents. Unfortunately what's best for consumers would wreck havoc on many companies and there's just too much money to be had for a service like this to take over.

  • Time to cash in on stock comp while it's still hot. Equities are scary to watch right now especially with the presidential election coming next year, which will undoubtedly sway the market. Also, unprofitable "tech" companies like WeWork, Uber, Lyft, and now probably Peloton, are tempering rabid investment

    Time to cash in on stock comp while it's still hot. Equities are scary to watch right now especially with the presidential election coming next year, which will undoubtedly sway the market. Also, unprofitable "tech" companies like WeWork, Uber, Lyft, and now probably Peloton, are tempering rabid investment sentiments. Rough waters ahead.

  • The problem is that 40 years ago the amount of data collected for climate change was extremely minimal, probably less than 100 years worth. Also it's sad to say, but we should be skeptical of so called climate experts and scientists as there is a major problem of replication in the science community

    The problem is that 40 years ago the amount of data collected for climate change was extremely minimal, probably less than 100 years worth. Also it's sad to say, but we should be skeptical of so called climate experts and scientists as there is a major problem of replication in the science community meaning many of these scientists don't understand enough to breakdown collection processes to perfectly repeat an experiment. Everything is so skewed. Real scientists would be trying to bring back nuclear energy as a significant source of energy. It's perfectly clean and produces many 1000x more energy than current renewables and even fossil fuel. Research is just making it safer and more compact as well. But no, scientists are biased and feed into the fear mongering of nuclear energy too.

  • What's really sad is that if we were to compare this Trump episode that relies so much on interpretation and opinion to Hillary Clinton's FBI-confirmed negligence of national security and classification laws we'd kinda see why Trump and his supporters don't trust anyone. Clinton could've been prosecuted

    What's really sad is that if we were to compare this Trump episode that relies so much on interpretation and opinion to Hillary Clinton's FBI-confirmed negligence of national security and classification laws we'd kinda see why Trump and his supporters don't trust anyone. Clinton could've been prosecuted and probably should've considering the evidence showed the black-and-white standard being violated. Today Trump's impeachment battle is all fluff and just a PR battle to discredit him. This "possibly interpretable" offense is much less dangerous than Clinton's confirmed offense. Classification definitions themselves signify grave damage to the US when violated, where is the grave danger of Trump's?

  • I'm excited for this series! The Witcher is a fantastic variation of the fantasy genre combining mainstream elements of the Lord of the Rings (or Game of Thrones) with a darker universe more akin to a Van Helsing style Transylvania.

  • What's real news is if they really go through with the IPO. KSA has planned to do one a few times before, but have always cancelled. The forces driving an Aramco IPO are not good either. KSA have depended on oil for too long and they're becoming a little desperate for funding. They're domestic workforce

    What's real news is if they really go through with the IPO. KSA has planned to do one a few times before, but have always cancelled. The forces driving an Aramco IPO are not good either. KSA have depended on oil for too long and they're becoming a little desperate for funding. They're domestic workforce is extremely limited in terms of skill and even availability with women being closed off from many day-to-day things without a chaperone, so a strong effort to diversify their industry is dampened by the need for expats.

  • Most will agree that there is good in this, but there is arguement that this new acceptance will slowly destroy non revenue generating sports as players deal with the reality of either trying to compete for income or organizations losing a larger distribution of funds.