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EU adopts 5 billion-euro Brexit reserve to help businesses
"The European Council is generating a five point eight billion dollar reserve aimed at helping businesses tackle the short term effects of brexit the council which represents the national government of every E. U. member nation says the money will cover extra costs and compensate the losses from Britain's withdrawal from the twenty seven nation trading bloc despite a trade deal struck in December to ensure tariff free trade Britain's trade with the EU has fallen sharply Britain's departure has affected many parts of the E. U. economy with the fishing sector particularly at risk officials say the reserve money would benefit both public and private businesses I'm Charles Taylor that's not
Maryland newspaper gunman who killed 5 to be sentenced
"A man who killed five people at a Maryland newspaper is scheduled to be sentenced today for one of the deadliest attacks on journalists in U. S. history prosecutors are seeking five life terms in prison without the possibility of parole for Jarrod Ramos in twenty eighteen he walked into the capital Gazette in Annapolis with a shot gun and opened fire Rabal shoes Maryland's version of an insanity defense to plead guilty but not criminally responsible prosecutors say he acted out of revenge against the newspaper after it published a story about his guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge of harassing a former high school classmate prosecutors said is long with tiki list planning for the attack which included preparations for his arrest and incarceration proved she understood the criminality of his actions I'm Julie Walker
Fungus found in Yellowstone is key ingredient in new meat substitute
"Two thousand nine. A team of researchers discovered a previously unknown microbe in the hot springs of yellowstone national park now. The fungus is the star ingredient in a new line of food products. He was very very high in protein. And it's actually a very exciting protein because it's a complete protein. There's really not that many sources of complete putting out there. That's thomas jonas. Ceo of nature's find the chicago based startup developed a process to ferment. the fungus and create. What's now called five protein. They're using it to make a variety of foods so we've been able to make things that range from chicken nuggets hamburgers breakfast sausages to yogurts and cheese earlier this year. The company offered a limited line of cream cheese and breakfast sausage on its website. Jonas says the products will soon be sold at stores. He foresees growing demand for protein. Filled foods produce more sustainably than meat and dairy that whole supply chain is completely inefficient and using a tremendous amount of resources of land of water energy. So jonas says fi could provide a more climate-friendly alternative.
Powell says spike in inflation lasting longer than expected
"The chairman of the federal reserve says the current spike in U. S. inflation is larger and more persistent than expected in remarks prepared for a congressional hearing fed chairman Jerome Powell says the economy and consumer spending are on the rebound but there's a bird pressure on pricing in some cases it's due to bottlenecks in the supply chain and hiring shortages consumer prices have been posting twelve month gains as high as five point four percent Powell says although inflationary conditions are larger and longer lasting than anticipated he expects the conditions will ease if not the fed has tools to lower pricing pressure Powell and treasury secretary Janet Yellen will likely face tough questioning especially from Republican lawmakers about inflation Jackie Quinn Washington
R&B artist R. Kelly found guilty on all counts in sex trafficking and racketeering trial
"R kelly. The r&b superstar known for his anthem. I believe i can. Fly was convicted. Monday in a sex trafficking trial after decades of avoiding criminal responsibility for numerous allegations of misconduct with young women and children. A jury of seven men and five women found kelly guilty of racketeering. On the second day of deliberations kelly remained motionless eyes downcast as the verdict was read the new york cases only part of the legal peril facing the singer. He also has pleaded not guilty to sex related charges in illinois in minnesota trial dates for those cases have yet to be
GOP blocks bill to keep government going; new try ahead
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Senate Republicans blocked a bill to keep the government going pressure ratcheted up on the White House and democratic leaders in Congress Monday night as Republicans in the Senate blocked a bill that would keep the government operating and allow an increase in the federal debt limit Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer the Republican Party has now become the party of default with the possible federal shutdown looming Republican senator Dan Sullivan refused to let the G. O. P. take the blame they control all branches of government the Majority Leader clearly knows they could fix that right now it all came as president Joe Biden worked behind the scenes to get is three point five trillion dollar federal overhaul package passed Democrats now plan to strip debate over the debt limit when they try again to pass a government funding bill before Thursday's deadline Mike Rossi out Washington
Understanding Huawei, China's Controversial Tech Giant
"To us bill if you would about the this company while way that many seem to treat as just another telecommunications cell phone company why is that completely the wrong way to think about while way bill. Yes first off. The chinese are engaged in something called civil military fusion. This is a communist party program directed at the highest levels of both the government and the party which requires all commercial technology to be used for the military and likewise any military developed or stolen in technology then to the civilian sector while way technologies of bills itself as quote private company. It is anything but it is one of the national champions that gets funding and support. It also provides intelligence gathering tools. We learned from the snowden documents that the chinese stole router technology and then use that technology to spy on others and we were able to spy on while away and learn all its intelligence gathering capabilities. This has come out again because of that compromise. Nsa lost the ability. The national security agency lost the ability to spy on wall street. But we've never had the. Us government really come out and explain why this company is so dangerous and the reason. It's so dangerous is because we're on the verge of a revolution in telecommunications with five g. which is going to speed up the communications for that are used for everything down from whether it's washing machines and televisions to the most precision guided munitions that the us military has it's going to affect that to be able to communicate so rapidly and over many long
Amtrak train that derailed was going just under speed limit
"The investigation has started into the deadly Amtrak train derailment over the weekend in Montana the train derailed along a gradual curve D. L. locomotive recorder has given us the speeds of somewhere between seventy five and seventy eight miles per hour NTSB vice chairman Bruce Landsberg says that is below the speed limit the train has a black box that records everything going on there's also video we have experts that are studying the camera footage frame by frame to make sure that we see exactly what the engineer saw or maybe didn't see the results of video from a freight train that went over the same track before the derailment I'm a Donahue
Biden gets COVID-19 booster shot after authorization
"President Biden has received his covert nineteen booster shot days after federal regulators approve them with reporters watching the president rolled up his sleeve for a third Fizer jokes as one of millions of Americans now eligible I know it doesn't look like it but I am over sixty five I wish way over in a while he says boosters are important something else is more important get more people vaccinated the president says about a third of adults have not received a single shot Sager made Donny at the White House
Would-Be Presidential Assassin John Hinckley Wins Unconditional Release
"Beginning in june of twenty twenty two john. Hinckley who shot former president. Ronald reagan will no longer need to have doctors or therapists oversee his meds or how often he attends individual group therapy sessions. He's going to get unconditional release. While must be nice. What a country try to kill. The president destroyed jim. Brady's life shot shot. Four or five people right for a number of people were were shot Prosecutors initially opposed ending the restrictions but today attorneys told the judge. They'd reached an agreement unconditional. Release for the guy who nearly killed ronald reagan. Great
John Hinckley, who shot Reagan, to be freed from oversight
"A federal judge says Ronald Reagan's would be assassin can be freed from all over mating restrictions next year judge Paul Friedman says he'll rule this week on a plan that would release John Hinckley junior from all court supervision in June if he remains mentally stable and keeps following the rules that were imposed after he left a Washington hospital five years ago Heatley was twenty five twenty shot and wounded president Reagan in nineteen eighty one a jury found him not guilty by reason of insanity Friedman says that out sixty six year old Egli has shown no symptoms of active mental illness violent behavior or interest in weapons since nineteen eighty three Sager mag Ghani at the White House
Americans Find Ways to Remember Fallen Soldiers in Afghanistan
"I wanna talk about yet to great comms. This week one on atom lacks all. We can talk about adams campaign off. And you're right he fuses the party. It's a national race. Nevada is everything. It's the fifty first vote but earlier in the week probably five days ago. Americans have not forgotten that thirteen soldier. What you mean. Of course your headline writer got wrong. It's eleven marines. One navy cormon. One soldier killed in the afghantistan suicide bombing last night. John draws five for fighting concert talked about them. Repeatedly played blood on. My hands also played a couple of songs. All for one really. Americans have not forgotten any of those who've died or been wounded in this war but the national news media has. Yeah absolutely you know what's really is. Founding is immediately when this happened. You started seeing these these These these table settings ray at ad bars as hubs a restaurants where where there would be a a table set for this thirteen Men and women who lost their lives in afghanistan. And then you would see the thirteen years and then you would see in like white tablecloth restaurants thirteen glasses of wine and then went even further and it hasn't stopped. I see it around where i live where people have thirteen chairs in their yard just With with their team flags Setting decided it and And and and people are showing it in all kinds of different ways and it hasn't gone away and i think what the national media is missing and what this administration is missing is. This moment has left an imprint. On the american psyche people have have really Sort of paused and thought about afghanistan and thought about how we left and have not let go of that. And i think the important distinction is is. It's not because they didn't want people to leave what they wanted. Awards show still go on. It's not about that at all. It's about how we left. They argument isn't the disappointment and sadness and and the Sort of imprint. In their brain is about how we left.
Business economists lower growth forecasts due to virus
"You may have noticed those sharply higher prices for goods and services this year well now experts are weighing in on what's to come the good news many business economists apparently think the higher prices are only temporary a new survey from the N. A. B. E. the national association for business economics predicts inflation will come in this year at a hot five point one percent year over year but they expected to moderate next year to two point four percent the leading factor in how the economy will do for the rest of the year and then to twenty twenty two the corona virus they say the economists predict five point six percent growth this year and three and a half percent next year I read a folate
Why You Should Get the COVID Booster Shot
"First of all changing recommendations for boosters lead to confusion for vaccinate and their doctors you think fetching mrs hewitt ni- got boosted on friday no side effects just additional protection from code. I put a note of that on twitter on friday poster today at the may two zero side effects be smart. Get the third shot. When you're eligible stay healthy and happy and cdc keep expanding eligibility eleven hundred. People felt obliged to like that two hundred thirty people felt obliged to comment on it. One hundred eleven people re tweeted with or without common. I'm astonished that that's newsy. I just thought it was kind of fun that i was eligible. The last time the vaccine came up on the wrong side of sixty five nine sixty five. So i get the booster on the first day and a bunch of people told me i was risking my life and part of conspiracy. Look you can be crazy. All you want on the conspiracy stop. The butchers are good science by phd. Toxicologist brother urged me to get it. First day possible. I did urge you to go out and get it first day. If you've got an underlying condition your under sixty five going to see the pharmacist. Tell them of got asthma. And i want my booster. And they'll give here. It's a pfizer booster. You can't get them during a booster yet. Because the fda still screwed up the cdc screwed up go get boosted go get vaccinated
Biden, Congress face big week for agenda, government funding
"The Senate has a vote set for today to keep the government funded and avert a federal debt default the plan stands to run into a blockade by Republican senators Congress has until the end of the month to avoid a government shutdown meanwhile negotiations continue on to other bills important to president Biden's agenda the three point five trillion dollar build back better package which Democrats are trimming back to win over remaining lawmakers and the related one trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure package which also continues to be negotiated and has a vote scheduled for Thursday I'm Julie Walker
The Latest: New Zealand to allow home isolation to travelers
"Visors CEO says it's a question of days not weeks before the company submits data to regulators for federal authorization of the Colbert vaccine for children aged five to eleven Fizer said last week it's baxeen works for that age group and that it tested a much lower dose that's already available for anyone twelve and older the company said that after children aged five to eleven got their second does they developed corona virus fighting antibody levels just as strong as teenagers and young adults getting the regular strength shots Beiser CEO said Sunday that if the FDA approves the company's application we will be ready with our manufacturing to provide this new formulation of the vaccine I'm Julie Walker
R. Kelly jury continues deliberations
"A jury in New York will continue it's deliberations in the sexual misconduct trial of singer R. Kelly I'm marches are a letter with the latest which R. Kelly a predator who controlled his victims moves for his own pleasure or were they willing participants who turned on him when his money ran out that's what a jury of seven men and five women are sorting through they got Kelly's case Friday after a month long trial the jurors asked the judge to review a transcript of a woman who said Kelly drugged and assaulted her as a twenty one year old radio station intern the top counts of racketeering carries a sentence of up to twenty years in prison if convicted
Social Democrats narrowly beat Angela Merkel's alliance in historic German election
"Social democrat. Party in germany narrowly won. Sunday's national election projected results showed and claimed a clear mandate to lead a government for the first time since two thousand five and to end sixteen years of conservative-led rule under angela. Merckel the left. Social democrats were untracked for twenty six percent of the vote ahead of twenty four and a half percent for merckel cd. Ucs you conservative bloc but both groups believed they could lead the next government with need major block. Commanding majority in both reluctance repeats their awkward grand coalition of the past. Four years. Most likely outcome is a three way. Alliance led by either the social democrats or merkel's conservatives agreeing new coalition could take months and will likely involve the smaller greens and liberal free democrats. We are ahead in all the surveys. Now the social democrats chancellor candidate olaf scholz said in a round table discussion with other candidates after the vote. The spd's rise heralds a swing left for germany and marks a remarkable comeback for the party which has recovered some ten points in support in just three months to improve on its twenty and a half percent results in the 2017. National election schultz his conservative rival on in lash. It signaled his blog was not ready yet to concede though his supporters was subdued. It hasn't always been the first place party that provided the chancellor lash told the roundtable i want to government where every partner is involved where everyone is visible not one where only the chancellor gets to shine. He said in an early attempts to woo. Smaller parties attention will now shifts to informal discussions followed by more formal coalition negotiations. Which could take months leaving. Angela merkel in charge in a cadillac rome.
"about five" Discussed on KGO 810
"I haven't been to that website, so I don't know how hard it is to find. So that's awesome that there was just real quickly. I want to mention this funny story in connection with the film. It was really, really controversial when they were making it And then when they were finally getting right down to the actual filming, they have trouble with the production code and the screenwriter said tells the story about he got a letter saying that the film can't be made because it violated some section paragraph something of the of the code, which said, said something to the effect that perversion couldn't be the subject of emotion Picture so the screenwriter was appointed to go to the board and fight for And he said, You know this. This doesn't violate that rule because it's not about perversion. And then Joseph Breen, who was head of the the code, he was, he got really, really picked. And he says, What are you talking about? It's not about perversion. It's about this guy who gets an orgasm from shooting women. That's not perversion. And then the screenwriter said no perversion would be if he got an orgasm from shooting men. Oh, my God. And for that, And for that argument that argument, they they bought that argument. And that probably make out make makes me a little sick to my stomach. I know. Well, it was 1952. It was 1952. Lord have mercy. Oh, my God. So the name of the movie is the sniper. And it's from 1952. Hey, we've got a caller here. I want to bring on Tim, this is Mary calling from conquered Mary. Hi. Welcome to kgo. You're on with Tim Sika. Go ahead. Oh, hello. Yes. My name is Mary. And what about house and the haunted hill? Was that filmed in San Francisco to? I'm not exactly sure. I know. Okay. I'm 68 years old Now. My mom took me the first horror flick I ever saw. Did it scare the pants off you? Yeah. It was about five years old..
"about five" Discussed on Mo Egger
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"about five" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
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"about five" Discussed on Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/
"The one tweet was fine. You but now there's sort of a conversation that has nothing to do with me and i'm not contributing at all and i just like to quietly leave quietly. So i think that the unmentioned features specifically as great because yeah blocking is walking is appropriate. In certain situations muting is appropriate in certain situations But an unmentioned features specifically something that might be part of an event just. So you're you're an you're getting unmentioned or you're you're you're keeping yourself from being mentioned For a set period of time does does come in handy. You know all of this stuff. You know it's granular tweaks that. I know a lot of people who use twitter. Don't use or care about. But i think they're really important for power users and people who really want to customize the experience as much as possible. Okay we can't edit tweets ever but this is still a step in the right direction. It's sort of editing. You can edit yourself out. I think when you're you're like listen. These are just people that i don't necessarily want to block from being ever seen again but i just don't want to hear this anymore. That seems useful to me. Also the ability to restrict anyone from mentioning. You is not something. I would see myself necessarily having to use ever. There are people who get trolled. Who get you know massively. and they. They couldn't possibly go block and mute all the accounts that are at replying them so that would be a just say like. Hey just eliminated all stop. Stop them all from showing up in my mentions christian. I you know the the social media game is fraught with peril for anyone who ventures into it. What do you make of any of this. I just only edit button. No i i've been. I'm in favor of anything that gives people more control over how often they're getting notifications often. Dr getting pinged. One of the reasons. Why i'm not super active on social media is because it's i love interacting with people online. But you know. I need to eliminate distraction so any kind of features get more granular control over how to reduce the noise. I'm all for. I think there are probably some downsides in in the record of the tweet so the way this is working these mockups is the out replays disappear and you don't know that they were in there to begin with. I would rather see them. Just gray right. So they're no longer click abol they no longer show up in the at replies But but if i stumble across tweet i can see like oh. They did at reply that person but it's no longer links so that person must have removed themselves and blocking them from further mentioned. Sure i think that's that's fine but i. I do wonder about just having a clear record of what happened. Maybe maybe that would be a tweak. I would make otherwise. I'm not seeing too many downsides to this now yeah and especially when it comes to the abuse stuff or just i know. Let's say you're you're a journalist who's written something that has sparked day spirited debate good and bad you know that sort of thing where it's like you know my thing is out there and i don't need any death threats about this i i can see where this would be extremely helpful tool so you kind of don't get into wastewater of the social. You want to participate for awhile and then eventually want to opt out. This gives you that option. Yeah yeah also. Another option narrows expanding its partnership with fedex to use narrows driverless pods for last mile deliveries at large scale narrow has been conducting tests for about five years now with grocery stores pharmacies..
"about five" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM
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"about five" Discussed on Scientific Sense
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"about five" Discussed on Real Faith Stories
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"about five" Discussed on Niner Faithful Radio
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"about five" Discussed on The Mindful Minute
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"about five" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
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"about five" Discussed on Dead Celebrity
"Number of jsf financial in los angeles. Thanks for joining us jeff. It's great to be here so normally. This is the part where i introduced the celebrity subject of this week's episode and then run my mouth for about five minutes telling story about their state. We're gonna throw a curveball this week though no celeb- instead we're gonna flip our mission statement a bit and talk with jeff specifically about advising high profile clients in those in the entertainment industry which is a topic a number of our listeners of interest in hearing tackle so jeff. Before we get into the real nitty gritty. Do you mind telling our audience a bit about yourself..
"about five" Discussed on Dead Celebrity
"Hello. Everyone and welcome to the latest episode of wealth management dot coms celebrity estates wills of the rich and famous for anyone new to the and each instalment myself in a guest on a different celebrities. State attempt to extract some key lessons planners can apply to their more traditional clients. The idea being that celebrity estate planning stories although often ridiculous in their details generally have at their course basic issues that can just as easily apply to non famous or fabulously wealthy clients. Our guest this week is jeff fishman. Jeff is the founder and managing number of jsf financial in los angeles. Thanks for joining us jeff. It's great to be here so normally. This is the part where i introduced the celebrity subject of this week's episode and then run my mouth for about five minutes telling story about their state. We're gonna throw a curveball this week though no celeb- instead we're gonna flip our mission statement a bit and talk with jeff specifically about advising high profile clients in those in the entertainment industry which is a topic a number of our listeners of interest in hearing tackle so jeff. Before we get into the real nitty gritty. Do you mind telling our audience a bit about yourself. And your sure david ed. So i'm born and bred in los angeles and went to college and law school in new york so i basically spent my life here on both coasts and after having this law a couple of years i've gone through. Ucla financial planning program and decided to start my own fee based financial planning practice which i began twenty five years ago and being in the middle of los angeles having grown up here inevitably. I have a lot of friends from childhood in other people that i've met who works throughout the entertainment industry and our whole practice has been built upon referrals. And as you can imagine. Those young producers young writer suddenly become showrunner has become directors They introduce you to others and it's basically just been word of mouth progression throughout the industry which is taken us to where we are today interesting so i know a lot of for a lot of our listeners and a lot of advisors on working with sort of you know entertainment clients in high profile clients. Like this is sort of an aspirational thing. So a very popular question we get is. How do i break into this industry. How do i start having these clients. It seems like you started collecting your client during childhood. It's funny it is it all goes down to relationships like anything else on the one hand On the other hand. I mean it's interesting. It's type of an industry that you could get started if you wanna start at the bottom. And we've all heard the stories of people working at the agencies in the mailrooms coming from harvard yale and literally going ahead and working melrose at creative artists agency or one of the others. And it's pretty much the same if you wanna go and start working in the industry. You've got to start with those kind of people because the way the industry works is those people to bottom inevitably one of them move up to somebody's desk ultimately become the agent or somebody young writer's room to become a writer himself a lead writer or producer. And it's really just starting early with certain people in their career like any other industry and hopefully growing with them and that's really interesting point. I'm glad you brought up here. Is that. I think for a lot of people. Entertainment equals celebrity. So if someone's in the entertainment industry automatically high profile person and it's just this leap but in reality there was an entire ecosystem that makes up the entertainment industry. And so you can enjoy working with everyone. Among the legal system much like working with clients has said and other industries is an important part of eventually working your way up to those higher up people completely completely and again once you start forging relationships in people forget entertainment industry is. I mean you've got invented the camera and you've got all the people who are behind the camera and there's a lot more people who work behind the camera than in front of the camera and that whole industry behind the camera. They tend to be much with all call more More consistent type of income situations they tend to be far more stable and so make sure business standpoint while the people in front of the camera or a lot. More appealing maybe sexy. The other side is actually a lot more attractively. Think about it. From an overall business perspective you mentioned consistency of income. Can you expound on that at concept a little bit in sort of what that means with with this sort of segment clientele sure so if you are in executive studio you're going to typically be under contract for multiple years if you are a writer on a show as long as the show's coming back and it's doing well. You're typically going to come back season after season Alternatively if your talent on a show and even if the show or if you wanna move movie to movie if you're on a show only subject to renewal but more than that if all of a sudden the show starts doing well but typically will happen. We'll be the talent is looking to earn more money per episode
"about five" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice
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"about five" Discussed on Terrific Talk with Tom Anderson
"A stat the people haven't considered just a different way of looking at things and then you know, when people reach out or respite, you know, try to there's obviously going to be off, you know trolls for lack of a better word and people saying negative things, you know ignore those, but the people that are genuinely, you know asking questions are thinking in a positive way of trying to talk, you know, we're probably about five years. So I think the main thing is, you know, this has something valuable to say or at least like it New Perspective to bring to the table and I think you know, the more you do that people will start to realize that you know, maybe you have something in as long as you're you know gracious to people will you know tend to you know be interested in want to flock to more so than as you're you know, kind of dismissive so, you know.
"about five" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"about five" Discussed on Hotel Nerd Network
"Was the dumbest way. You've ever been injured. Well when i was about five i last. I got distracted. While i was riding my bike downhill in tried to run over a big country so Say to them all and i'm surprised. Habits the ges in A lots of blood. That's when i learned at the sight of blood turns my stomach. So even my own blood leah. That i've been injured than ever since drive to be more aware of my surroundings. Especially when he goes to big injuries. I literally went address. Run over by injury. I went up back and felt like i literally went straight up and down so yes. Ucla pertain.
"about five" Discussed on The DogBone Pawdcast
"It was interesting with her and this is something that before i could ever crack the idea of her delivering to hand. I had to at least get her to come to me. And this is what stood out to me. Was i sat in the garage. One day on the stoop just sat on the garage and she sat down about five yards away from me and looked at me enormously anyone of my dogs when i sit down on the on the porch like that. They know go cuddle. Dad go go. I might even be able to get my head on his lap. So they're gonna come right over and they're gonna suck right tight to me. And i'm gonna pet him. I love loved up. Cedar wouldn't even do that. She didn't trust me. And so that was a telltale sign right then in there that she does not trust me enough to even come and want. Wanna sit by me. I had to get over that before. I could even think about having her retrieved something. And she's natural retriever. It's in her blood but why would she come to something her mouth when she wouldn't even come to me with helps up than you've got to have that and that all comes back to trust connection feel understanding.