Another Tim Solo – YMB Podcast E251

You, Me, and BTC Podcast E251

This is episode 251 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

Dan’s out today. The plan is to have Tim run the show solo once again. We have no idea what he’s gonna talk about. We may have better shownotes here eventually.

Tune in live tonight at 9PM Eastern!

Your host this week is Tim Baker. Don’t forget to scroll down so you can vote in this week’s Bitcoin poll and …

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The Insignificance of Earnestness – Tim’s Two Cents #21

Tim's Two Cents #21

This is episode 21 of Tim’s Two Cents – the outrageous show where Tim argues with himself.

In this week’s show, Tim covers the World Cup and the rescue of the Thai cave boys. He’ll also share his thoughts on our duty to be informed, how people make decisions, and how to handle our emotional responses to the international, 24-hour news cycle.

How does information that will never affect our lives benefit us? (Spoiler alert: …

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Gub’mint Caves to Cody Wilson, Will Allow Distribution of Gun Printing Data – YMB Podcast E250

You, Me, and BTC Podcast E250

This is episode 250 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

Busy day. Let’s just get right to it and maybe we’ll add some show notes later. Maybe.

We’ll probably talk about the Justice Department’s decision to allow Cody Wilson and Defense Distributed to distribute files and software related to 3D printing firearms.

Tune in live tonight at 9PM Eastern!

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Greasy Restaurant Booths – Unpopular Opinions #5

Unpopular Opinions #5 with Daniel Brown

This is episode 5 of a brand new YMB Network show with a brand new host. It’s Unpopular Opinions with Ryan Tofil and it’s gonna bang your funny bone hard.

Do you want more of Dan Brown but hate listening to his Bitcoin drivel? Well here’s your chance! Your favorite YMB host joins Ryan for a glorious fifth episode of UO.

You’re gonna hear how Ryan ended up with greasy restaurant booths in his backyard …

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BloodSweatAndTears – Unpopular Opinions #4

Unpopular Opinions #4

This is episode 4 of a brand new YMB Network show with a brand new host. It’s Unpopular Opinions with Ryan Tofil and it’s super titillating.

According to Ryan, this one is undoubtedly the best episode yet. And Bryan Chai will show you why he’s, well, unpopular.

If we had to describe this week’s show with one word, we’d say “blood, sweat, and tears.” That’s mostly because of Ryan’s rant about the exorbitant cost of …

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The Glorious 4th(x5) Episode – Tim’s Two Cents #20

Tim's Two Cents on American Guilt

This is episode 20 of Tim’s Two Cents – the outrageous show where Tim argues with himself.

Tim decided to record this one on the 4th of July in honor of our nation’s birthday. America turned 242 years old last week and your raging host just had to blab about the most American thing ever: covering our guilt with empty platitudes and promises that amount to nothing but hot air.

We say and think all …

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Iran Cracks Down on Crypto – YMB Podcast E249

You, Me, and BTC Podcast E249

This is episode 249 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

A few weeks back, we covered several aspects of Signal censorship. Many governments (Iran is particularly egregious) block apps and services they don’t like. And lots of them dislike Signal because it lets people stay private.

It appears that Iran now has similar concerns about cryptocurrency. Over the past few months, authorities began cutting off access to crypto exchanges …

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Free Speech Permit – Tim’s Two Cents #19

Tim's Two Cents on Free Speech

This is episode 19 of Tim’s Two Cents – the outrageous show where Tim argues with himself.

As he did last week, Tim will continue his departure from the old “point and counterpoint” form. In this episode, he’ll dive into the infamous concept of free speech. In particular, he’ll cover public demonstration, violent and nonviolent.

Does nonviolent protest really accomplish anything? Can anyone actually argue in favor of violent protest? How should we respond …

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