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Boyfriend of slain Gabby Petito charged with bank card fraud

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 hrs ago

Boyfriend of slain Gabby Petito charged with bank card fraud

"A grand jury in Wyoming's handed up a criminal indictment against the boyfriend of Gabby potato as investigators work to learn what caused the death of twenty two year old Gabby potato a grand jury in Wyoming's indicted her boyfriend for unauthorized use of a debit card during the time potato went missing her body was found last Sunday at a Wyoming National Park the indictment is led to an arrest warrant for Brian laundry who's been reported missing by his family after he returned home in early September from a cross country trip without his girlfriend with him laundry was named a person of interest in potatoes disappearance the search for him continues I'm Jackie Quinn

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Fed foresees a potential rate hike as soon as next year

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 d ago

Fed foresees a potential rate hike as soon as next year

"The federal reserve is signaling it may start raising its benchmark interest rate sometime next year such a move would be earlier than envisioned three months ago and assign the fed is concerned that strong inflation pressures may persist for now though the central bank is keeping its benchmark interest rate at zero two a quarter percent and says it expects that target range will be appropriate until labor market conditions reach maximum employment and inflation is on track to moderately exceed two percent for some time at the same time the fed says it will likely begin slowing the pace of its monthly bond purchases later this year if the economy keeps improving the fed cites progress on could nineteen vaccinations and strong policy support as key factors in the economic recovery and strengthening job market it also notes improvement in the sectors of the economy hit hardest by the pandemic Ben Thomas Washington

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DHS Launches Internal Investigation Into Whipping of Haitian Migrants as Border Crisis Deepens

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 1 d ago

DHS Launches Internal Investigation Into Whipping of Haitian Migrants as Border Crisis Deepens

"I want to read the story from political. I saw this last night. And i sent it to our group chat on our show and you know what i said i said. Now i've seen everything. Border patrol is now launching an investigation into the border patrol agents that are using a bridal or a rain of a horse not a whip to go after migrants. Now mind you border patrol or the congressional oversight. They're not launching an investigation. To the fact that one point eight million people have come into our country this last year. No investigation into that new investigation into the drugs falling into our country. Do you know what needs to be investigated. According to chess they say we need to define the appropriate disciplinary action to be taken pataki. Says i don't think anyone seeing that footage would think it's acceptable or appropriate. Oh i think it's really acceptable you've a guy with a bridle in a rain. Meanwhile is countries being invaded. And he's trying to prevent that from happening. this is an act of international invasion. This cut thirty four instead of actually investigating the fact that i don't know why is it that there's one point eight million people illegally coming into the country instead of launching an investigation into mark. Milley for in a treasonous way calling the chinese the set of launching an investigation into peter dasent or the origins of the voucher virus there now our energy and our resources everybody. We're now going to launch an investigation into whether or not some cowboys. We're trying to rein in. Criminal vigilantes trying to destroy your country. Play cut thirty four. i. I've seen some of the footage. I don't have the full context. I can't imagine what context would make appropriate. But i don't have additional details and certainly. I don't have additional context april. I don't think anyone seeing that footage would think it was acceptable or appropriate. It's perfectly acceptable. These people are criminals coming into our country. I mean i'm. I'm maybe i'm failing to understand why we need to have this deep seated sympathy. Do we have this deep seated sympathy for people that go around and rob banks. They're breaking into our country.

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Hillary Clinton Actually Thought She Could Get Away With This...

The Dan Bongino Show

02:03 min | 2 d ago

Hillary Clinton Actually Thought She Could Get Away With This...

"I can't believe they thought they'd get away with that Hillary Clinton and their team I mean Hillary probably will You know she's a Democrat She's a protected class But they took almost no efforts whatsoever to paper over their trail to try to cover their tracks to try and get rid of the investigative breadcrumbs They did nothing which says to me they were so confident Hillary Clinton was gonna win and continue the corruption and make the whole scandal of spying on Trump with this collusion hoax go away that they took no proactive measures at all Techno fog is a great sub stack as well Talking about today what's going to happen next And how it appears that somebody got their hands on fusion GPS's internal emails as well And you can see in their tracking documents how they're creating and fabricating these two hoaxes they use to frame Donald Trump for the collusion thing The alpha bank hoax seems communicating with Trump Tower that was totally a hoax And this idea that Carter page was a Trump foreign policy adviser was a central figure in this collusion hoax where Vladimir Putin was bribing Trump through Carter paid You can see in the documents I have them right here right in front of me Techno fog has it is substack which again is going to be in my newsletter today You can see it right here They have this little spreadsheet here And you'll notice conveniently they're talking to each other in these internal emails talking about updating drafts of the alpha group overview They had an alpha group for the alpha bank hoax I mean that was a cool name for a group The alpha group This is what they did And notice the date 9 one of 2016 Glenn Simpson at baumgartner and Peter frisch Re updated draft For the alpha hoax Well what happened Just 18 days later Just 18 days later the Clinton attorney went and met with the FBI and brought them the alphabet hogs It's sitting right here They literally left a paper

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Why China's Evergrande Is Causing Panic in Stock Markets Everywhere

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 3 d ago

Why China's Evergrande Is Causing Panic in Stock Markets Everywhere

"You earlier in the show And on the podcast this morning that it was going to get worse. China contagion and no, I'm not talking about the Wuhan virus. At this point, I'm talking about the economic contagion. The stock markets now down close to 900 points. What's going on? In a nutshell. This folks China built a bunch of property apartments, condos elsewhere and because they were centrally planned and not due to free market capitalism. They built a bunch of property. I thought people would move in, because that's what central planners and Socialists do, because they're idiots. It's got a name. They're called Potemkin villages, They do it all the time. So the Chinese financial system, which is garbage, and there's no security at all people thought, well, at least I can hide my money in China. If I happen to be a citizen of China can hide it in property is better off than in these banks that are corrupted. So they bought these properties and these condos and these apartment complex. Probably not. Condo didn't have condos, apartment complexes. Whatever. They bought these properties and said, Oh, my money is safer in that property. Well, what happened? Well, the property builders never had anyone move in, so they would never get any rent. So I didn't have any money, So they just borrowed more money to build more property like that. All people movin Monday. Well, nobody moved in. And now all of a sudden, the Chinese Communist Party, which, like liberal doofus is here think they can play in an economy. They're not even smart enough to plan a baseball card sale or eliminate stand are now imploding some of these buildings because nobody lives there. And these companies are collapsing because they have no revenue coming in and borrowed hundreds of billions of dollars and now have nothing to buttress all of that debt and how all the people who invested in finding out they invested in a box. Of air popcorn. And I contagion is hitting here right now. That's what's going on today with the collapse of the stock market today.

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Sara Carter on Spygate: The Swamp Became a Machine Working on Behalf of the Clintons

The Dan Bongino Show

02:15 min | 3 d ago

Sara Carter on Spygate: The Swamp Became a Machine Working on Behalf of the Clintons

"It appears to me that the big story here is this from the Friday indictment. The big story appears to be that they flooded the zone. Sarah, this Hillary lawyer Kabbalah. People were sending people everywhere to, uh, that guy Corey to the media to the FBI said Donald Trump collude with the Russians and they were propagating to myths. The Alpha Bank connection. And the PP tape Oaks right, and it doesn't seem that it really got any traction because it appears the FBI knew that these people were working for the Clinton campaign. That is, until Sussman comes in in September. The lawyer and claims otherwise am I am I reading that right? I think you're reading it Absolutely correct. And it's the reason assessment was indicted because he flat out lied to the FBI. He didn't say who he was working for. But see, this is all so convoluted and because you and I covered this I mean, you were covering it just as much shine shine, Solomon and I and, of course, Mark Levin and others who were focused on this. We knew that senior membership of the FBI, the senior leadership positions, Andy McCabe, James Comey, of course, Uh, James Clapper, who was outside the FBI and John Brennan with the CIA. Those people in particular were well aware. Were well aware of what was going on and what was happening the whole time. I believe me, but there was so much cover up for the cover up and you brought up something that was so important on your shelf and unfiltered when we were on together, and this is the fact that the bureaucracy itself The swamp itself just became a machine that was working on behalf of the Clintons and working on behalf of the DNC. They already had everybody in place. They didn't have to worry about holding someone accountable because the only people that could be held accountable was by the DOJ. But if the DOJ was sold out, and we know there were people inside the DOJ that were sold out And who was going to hold them accountable. They could just continue to lie about it and continue to propagate and continue to wag the dog. You know, all of these lies all this disinformation. Uh huh. And nobody would ever Days, the responsibility

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The Trump-Alfa Bank Server Mystery Resurfaces

The Dan Bongino Show

02:34 min | 3 d ago

The Trump-Alfa Bank Server Mystery Resurfaces

"Of the pieces of information Sussman, his lawyers steal the others. One of the pieces of information the collusion network. Was trying to flood the zone with the FBI with was that Trump Tower was communicating via a server with a bank in Russia called Alpha Beck. And there was some pings there. But Sarah had some fascinating information about those pings. I hadn't even heard yet. Where those pings from Trump Tower to Alfa Bank. Or did someone create those pings? To make it look like they were check this out. So what Alfa did was they actually put into their system like they basically put in a tracer into their systems so that they would see where these pings were coming from? Because Dan, the pings had to be coming from somewhere. These connections were there, but they weren't delivering any content. So there was basically a paying from Trump server going over to Alfa Bank with absolutely no content whatsoever. So alphabet put their own guys on it. And when they did that they did it. Three Print occasions. They actually traced it back. Two Inside the United States. These pings were actually moving from back and forth from the United States to their bank. It was as if they were being hacked to be set up to look like this. Oh, Now you know when you're doing the show Like that. You know, you got people talking in your ear. You got 1000 things going on. You're watching the camera accuse you watching time TV is a lot more difficult than radio at the 1000 times harder. It is. You know the content. You gotta refresh from the content, but Are you Listen to your guests, obviously. But sometimes you missed a few things here and there when she said that I don't know if you see my face and I'm like, Wait, What? So now it may not only be the FBI was in on it. Knew that they needed a good source to lie to a judge. The upper levels of the FBI finally found the source who alleged is alleged to have lied to the FBI about who he was working for, so the FBI can pretend he wasn't working for Hillary. And then we find out the story they were telling about Alpha Bank talking to Trump Tower from Russia to Trump Tower That not only was the story totally made up in fake as I covered on Friday, but it's Sarah said there may have been Some Internet electronic digital manipulation going on to make it seem like they were talking to each other folks. How much crazier can this story possibly get? This is it's ST This is the biggest crazy pill story of our time.

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Clinton-Linked Lawyer Charged for Lying in Trump-Russia Origins Probe

The Dan Bongino Show

02:51 min | 3 d ago

Clinton-Linked Lawyer Charged for Lying in Trump-Russia Origins Probe

"Hillary Clinton want to set up Donald Trump for the fake Russian collusion thing Big break on Friday. Obviously, one of the lawyers involved in this propagating this collusion fairytale working with the Clintons gets indicted. Big story. Now we start to see what happened. It's clear the FBI was not fooled by the Russian collusion that they were part of it. They were just looking for someone to walk into their office who was credible enough that they could put the information down in a charging document or a fighter application and say, Hey, we heard this from Joey Bag of Donuts. He's credible. And what's the problem? The people who kept coming into the office in New York and London and elsewhere and saying, Hey, got information on these trump guys in the Russians all kept saying, Oh, and by the way, we're working with Hillary Clinton. Now I have no doubt the FBI knew that. But the FBI can't tell that to a judge, Judge judge Bag of doughnuts. We've got an affluent walking in here and excuse me in Africa, and he had a subject walk in and say he was working for Hillary Clinton. They don't like Donald Trump. He's colluding with the Russians. The judge would have laughed him out. So somehow it gets back to the Hillary Clinton team. Hey, listen. You gotta get somebody with bona fide. He's incredibility to go into the FBI telling this information even though it's fake and say, Hey, we're not working with anyone Just doing this out of the kindness of our hearts so we could swear to it. Is everybody digging, Jim? Is this making sense? Picking up what I'm putting down? So how do I know this folks Because the evidence is everywhere. So DOJ hears their release their indictment from last week of this lawyer, Michael Sussman, Right, pay very close attention to these dates. As alleged in the indictment on September 19th Michael Sussman met with FBI general counsel uh, in in Washington. Sussman had requested the meeting to provide the general counsel with certain data files and white papers that allegedly demonstrated covert communications channel between Trump and this Russian bank. Alfa Bank. It was all made up, folks. Assessment. This is the key line who had previously represented the DNC in connection with the Khyber, A cyber hack falsely stated to the FBI general counsel that he was not bringing these allegations to the FBI on behalf of any client. Then they don't wait. Where's the Kenny Belt? There? It is. The Kenny Bell gift from Kenny. He's a podcast listener. That's the souls. That's the story. Finally, in sun, September, mid September, September, 19th someone walks into the FBI who at least claims to not have any of these conflicts. Now the FBI is I go. We got it out. This is gonna be so great. Now we can go to a judge and say we want to spy on Trump and we could say we got information from this guy. Sussman and Sussman says he's not working for anybody. Isn't this so wonderful? Well, The problem is That John Dorms alleging that he was working for someone the entire time he was working with the Hillary Clinton

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The Zach Wilson Era Is off to a Disastrous Start

ESPN Daily

02:17 min | 4 d ago

The Zach Wilson Era Is off to a Disastrous Start

"So let's talk about zack wilson. Because you mentioned him and watching him lose twenty five to six at home to the patriots and bill ballot check and bill. Bella check destroys rookie. Quarterback's he consumes them. He picks their bones. That's all stuff that we know already cleans. His teeth with the bones of rookie quarterback is what he does but we saw jets fans alex. You know throwing in the towel and it's week two. And i say that because they were literally throwing souvenir tales from the stands. And zach wilson. The four picks. I'm curious about climbing into your memory bank here because what do you. Alex smith remember about playing the colts back in two thousand and five pablo. I've definitely tried to forget this one all right but we're good. I do remember my first career. Start the number one defense at the time and like the colts were in their heyday. Payton was rolling. But that defenseman dwight free robert matt Bob sanders. i mean it was. It was a joke and yeah. It's all a terrible blur for me. Like four picks i think my rating was it like it was a disaster but i think that was a clear design i was i just turned twenty one. I mean i played only two years in college in a spread system now trying to plan their center. Probably this become this pro quarterback whatever that is and It was not good. I was definitely i. I felt unprepared. And it was a disaster and it showed. You've been a guy who had a four interception game really early after being a top. Pick your the number one overall pick of course. What do you counsel him. Hypothetically what do you stay to him after a game like this if you were to visit him. Alex smith kind of like a ghost of christmas future. What do you. What do you tell a kid who's very talented but also just had a day like this. I think exactly that. I mean i think you gotta go like for me. I just go to the third and fourth picks that he grew and pause before the snap and look look like jack. It's ten to three on this one. It's in the third quarter we got. There's a ton of football left. There's no reason to throw this ball up The way he did and then even the second one in the fourth grade. I mean i think it was thirteen to three. At that point. There is still time. Left like again I think going back to just doing your

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With Hands Tied, Montana Officials Issue Public Health Plea

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 d ago

With Hands Tied, Montana Officials Issue Public Health Plea

"There's been an escalation of the pandemic in several western states struggling to convince skeptical people to get vaccinated public health leaders have approved price of care rationing in Idaho parts of Alaska and Montana and several more states are veering dangerously close with less than ten percent of intensive care unit beds available in Idaho we're overwhelmed hospitals are rationing care statewide the state is looking at a virus positivity rate of twenty percent as hospitals in Missoula and Bozeman face increasing strain local health officials are banking Montana residents to wear masks indoors get vaccinated and limit gatherings there lamenting their inability to implement public health restrictions after Montana passed several laws earlier this year curtailing their power in Helena chief medical officer Dr Shelly Harkins with St Peter's health says the constraints of a hospital or worse than what was seen earlier in the pandemic the hospital's intensive care unit advanced medical unit and morgue are full I'm Jennifer king

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Hillary Clinton Fabricated Story That Trump Colluded With Russia

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 6 d ago

Hillary Clinton Fabricated Story That Trump Colluded With Russia

"So they made up this whole story about Trump Tower communicating with this Alpha bank in Russia via Trump Tower Server. They made the whole thing up. How do I know that Because it's right here. Rush Limbaugh paper Flip hat tip the greatest of all time. It says it right here in the indictment that the server in Trump Tower allegedly communicating with Alpha Bank and Russia quote was not a secret communication channel with a Russian bank, but a red herring. It was just a legitimate CRM company. Customer relationship management company engaged in a marketing campaign. So they knew this the whole time, folks. They knew this in August of 2016, which is weird, because again just months later in October, August, Jim, please for the audience. Can we do a time check? October is after August. Correct. Just checking. Okay. Thank you. There are liberals. Listen, have a tough time of this, so Hillary Clinton hires this lawyer. Susman. He's working with a tech executive on framing Donald Trump, according to this indictment for colluding with the Russians using this server, right, And they know in August, which is before Hillary tweets in October that this is a hoax. The whole thing that it's a quote red herring. That it's not real, that is just made up. But that didn't stop hills. There. It is on my phone right there. Screenshot of her October tweet. It's time for Trump to answer serious questions about his ties with Russia. They knew the whole time and like I said, Hillary, lying, Ladies and gentlemen, is not breaking news. This is one of the most disgusting human beings to ever run for office in the history of

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Hillary Clinton Lied to Her Lawyers, Who Lied to the FBI, of a Collusion Hoax

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 6 d ago

Hillary Clinton Lied to Her Lawyers, Who Lied to the FBI, of a Collusion Hoax

"Folks the big deal about this indictment yesterday of this Clinton associated lawyer in the collusion, hoax case, the big deal about it. It's not that they lied. All right, Hillary Clinton lies like you know. How do you know Hillary Clinton lying? Right? You know, the Joker mouth is moving. Hillary Clinton lies about everything. Ellery Clinton would lie about her first and last name if she had. I mean, Hillary Clinton hasn't told the truth about anything of significance. At any point in life. That's not the shocker. Oh, they lied and made up the collusion hoax that Trump was communicating with the Russian bank and a secret server that was all made up that that's not shocking, like I'm sorry. It's not. That's not the surprising part. Hillary lies about everything that's just who Hillary is. She's a loser like she lies about everything. The reason they're in trouble is didn't only lie about it making up Trump's quoting with the Russians on the server, they had a lawyer. A bunch of lawyers passed this information. It appears from his allegations in the indictment had that the person the FBI That that opened up this international investigation about collusion hoax that never had a shred of evidence to it ever now. I've been. I've been reading to you Some of the highlights from the indictment and they are stunning, including that there was a tech executive involved in this scheme to frame Donald Trump. We have a good idea who he is. I mean, really, how big was this conspiracy? The media was involved. I've got highlights of that coming up soon. Do you want to see all the media idiots that got caught propagating this obvious hoax and they got caught willingly, folks. They knew they were lying and making it up the meteor liars. They knew it. Let's not pretend like Oh golly, they just happened to get caught by mistake. Natasha Bertrand Moscow, Rachel Maddow. Wolf Blitzer, Um Jake Sullivan, the current national security advisor. They all got their all recorded digitally recorded forever propagating the Alfa Bank Cox that this Russian bank was the secret back channel for Trump and Putin.

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If Michael Sussmann Is Guilty, so Is Hillary Clinton

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 6 d ago

If Michael Sussmann Is Guilty, so Is Hillary Clinton

"So remember when Hillary Clinton tweeted out when October 31st of 2016 it's time for Donald Trump to answer serious questions about his ties to Russia. For things you need to know about his secret server communicating with the Russian Alfa Bank. She said. Yes, Donald Trump has a secret server. He didn't It was set up to communicate privately with Putin tied bank. It wasn't When a reporter asked about it, they shut it down. They didn't One week later, they created a new server with a different name for the same purpose. They didn't Yeah. Remember when she tweeted that out? It was all alive. She knew what the whole time and now her lawyer got busted. Busted yesterday Indicted, indicted? Yep. So the question now becomes what it hills know. And when did Hillary no at the most corrupt human being to ever run for president, the most corrupt human being ever become President, of course, was Joe Biden, who is the most corrupt person ever to sit in the White House and the dumbest as well. I might add, but Hillary by far the most corrupt human being to ever run for the presidency, Hillary Clinton. Now that one of the lawyers involved with her campaign has been indicted yesterday in the collusion hoax. The question now becomes. When did Hillary know what she knew? She tweeted it out. If that isn't a damning piece of information, I don't know what is now. Let me just get something out of the box right away here because it's important. You know, we've had a lot of head fakes by the Justice Department. Okay with this, and I have very little faith that anyone of significance will go down in this case. This collusion hoax case. I don't you know, I'm sorry. I don't mean to sound pessimistic. I'm a realist. Though We've been let down repeatedly. It's clear as day. Hillary Clinton is guilty here. It's clear as day There's no debating it anymore. Hillary Clinton was involved in hijacking the Justice Department to get in the spy on

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Clinton-Linked Lawyer Charged for Lying in Trump-Russia Origins Probe

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:39 min | 6 d ago

Clinton-Linked Lawyer Charged for Lying in Trump-Russia Origins Probe

"John durham expected to indict clinton linked attorney involved in russia. Probe this is. Sussman may have lied to top. Fbi lawyer james baker in a meeting on september nineteenth two thousand sixteen in that meeting sussman attempted to tie the trump organization to a russian bank. Alfa bank saying that they were using a secret server to communicate michael sussman. The fbi later dismissed those allegations so did muller and they were totally bogus. How did sussman lie. Durum has discovered discrepancies between susman's congressional testimony and his september two thousand sixteen interview with baker during their discussion. Baker claimed sussman told them he wasn't working on the alpha-bank project for any specific client. This directly contradicted his two thousand seventeen sworn testimony before congress in which he said he was working for an unnamed cybersecurity expert also perkins koi internal billing records which durham has shows that sussman build the hours he spent an alphabetic probe to the hillary clinton two thousand campaign. So here's the take away. The facts seem to show that sussman was intentionally provoking the russian probe on behalf of the former presidential candidate hillary clinton and then lied to obscure it. This was five years ago. Everybody half a decade ago. She want to know what the big takeaway is here. Nothing we've known about this for four years.

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Fed to Review Financial Trading Rules for Officials

Africa Business News

00:42 sec | 6 d ago

Fed to Review Financial Trading Rules for Officials

"The united states federal reserve is reviewed ethics policy that governor financial holdings and activities of senior officials in the wake of resent disclosure that to regional fed presidents engage in extensive trading last ti- financial disclosure form shows arabic's coupling president of the dallas federal reserve bank into into twenty treated millions of dollars of stock in companies. Such as apple. Amazon and google while eric rosengren president of the boston fat traded stocks in real estate investment. Trust coupla hours in green said last week that it trades repeated on the feds ethics rules. They however sat there will sell their holdings at the end of this month and place. In money index funds we truck a wide range of securities or in cash.

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Ep3: Pain Is The Agent Of Change Director Tristien Marcellous Winfree - burst 2

Scranton Talks

11:10 min | Last week

Ep3: Pain Is The Agent Of Change Director Tristien Marcellous Winfree - burst 2

"One of your interviewee is mentions that everyone's going through something. And I think people need to understand if you're meeting people on the street. We're talking with some of they've gone through stuff. Like I've gone through things. I'm sure lose Tristan you mentioned you've got through your own grief as well. And with American society, I think American society in general, I think there is there needs to be more conversation about going to therapy, talking about things that are not very comfortable and what are things that society should be saying. What should we be talking about and should be made more aware? Society. Yeah. You know, you know, we live in a culture where everything is so fast paced and we're so, you know, what are you feeling? You know what I mean? You got to get money. You know what I mean? Next thing, you know what I mean? It's so it's so bad because when we see some of our favorites, you know what I mean fall down and we say, wow, they were so kids saying signs of this early on, but we chose not to see that. You know what I mean? I see that person. And I always say, like you said earlier, we meet people. Everyone's gonna be dealing with something. And I think that in this world, everybody, you need to be kind. Point blank period. You have to leave the kindness and all that. So you know, I know it's a hard thing to do to do in the world, but you need to kind of, you know, you'll be on the right path and all that. And as far as the world of itself, then what conversations that we have the better. What I'm wearing this in front of the audience. Everybody stood up at the end. It just started hunting on one another. Why? Because it's that common thing that we go through as people. You know what I mean? You still be able to really talk about okay, yes, I want to do that challenge a theme. I'm like, how did I overcome that by doing XYZ? You know what I mean? And I didn't think I was like, you know, as a self that's crazy or, you know, like, you know, you're crazy if you ask for help. Everybody needs to help. Yeah, and it's definitely a very important, especially disorder. We're all going through something. So now, but as far as the artist's part, right? You are, we're dealing with our own issues. And then we put on top of that, our creativity. How do you do that? Specifically, this documentary, you said, okay, so I was asking other questions and then he led to something else. That has creativity sparking, right? And you're saying, okay, maybe I have something bigger than I thought. How do you deal with that in the sense because it is at the very difficult theme to talk about with people and you're not sure if they're going to be open to share. So how do you deal with that in your creative approach? Well, it's so interesting that you say that because while I was interviewing them, you know, my grief was still fresh in my own. Correct. So while I was interviewing them, I'm like, geez, I'm still unpacking myself and here I am receiving things from other people. And I'm like, I have to take a couple I have to take about a week or so apart from each interview because I'm like, you know, all I talk about some heavy stuff and then now I gotta edit it while I'm editing my short film and it was like, it was filled with stuff made emotional roller coaster for me, but it was that theme to what I knew single handedly that it was in divine order that I was doing the right thing with this project. You know what I mean? And I think for me, the biggest thing was just like sitting back and knowing that Michael okay. This is bigger than me. You know what I mean? My project is bigger than me. It's documentary is bigger than me. And to be able to teach with it in people to see it and feel something, that's what it is. That's what it's about. Right. And it's not something that you're doing. Do you have to sort of detach yourself from your own feelings or maybe you got more into that in order to be able to finish this documentary? I'm curious, I'm a curious person. So I definitely leaned into myself a little bit more about why does the person feel that way or can we go back, you know, the technology and see what happened to our specific time and all that. Yeah, it's just intuitive and me to just like, you know, lead with my body and the heart. Definitely. And I think that's what we have, right? I left at the end. So creativity is our voices just making stuff that it's important to us and that we want to share. So as far as that, we got to bring back something a little lighter. So you said you were doing your film and the documentary at the same time. A lot of filmmakers out there are season filmmakers but there are others that are starting out like I mentioned. So in that sense, tell us more about the process with that. You're doing two projects at the same time, but one of them came out before. And now you have something that you're working. What is the process as far as the production part of it? About at least what you encounter. Yeah, you know, so I'm very grateful for my short film team because when I sat down with each and every one of them, you know, they, you know, what my vision was, single handedly, you know what I mean? So grateful for that. Now, when I was in the editing room by myself for my documentary, it was just me, I didn't have anyone to turn to our go to look too. So it was kind of like it was kind of like a home therapy session in itself. And, you know, you walk through this project and I know that I've mentioned that, you know, we did with the 5 stages of three, you know, bargaining and like acceptance and the value that depression and all those other ones. And the people were talking, but I didn't set up the questions. Like, okay, let's talk about arguing, you know what I mean? Those things just like naturally just like the conversation. And as I was piecing together, this documentary, I was like, huh. Here we are. Talking about the acceptance of something, or the denial of something. And so, you know, my process was very, you know, blindness on and, you know, just getting very articulate about what it is that we want to share when we talk about green. And as far as your festival run so that you completed those two films, as far as being on the festival and screening your stuff, what was your process? The what you do in anything prior to the pandemic as far as that screening your film places and now how has that differ from what you're doing now with the documentary because it might be a little different, right? Yeah, no, it's definitely different nowadays. So the film now the documentary is precious news. So it's definitely been a submitted to customers right now. So it hasn't had its own chance to shine this yet. But the part is the short film pain that's done like an extraordinary job being out since 2019 and being part of your festival in Chicago filmmakers and stony island arts bank and, you know, I get to teach with it and my students get to see it and watch it and we talk about process making and, you know, real health business it's like each, you know, the mediums that I teach on is just I'm thankful for it. You were talking to us about your also a T-shirt. And you also, you work with these you say middle school or elementary school kids? So I work with court theater and we teach our students on the south side of Chicago and also work with tape, which is, you know, Chicago partners, education team, and we work on a west side of Chicago. Well, with middle school students. And I know this right now we're talking about how it is to juggle work and life. And then still try to do creative stuff. I think this would say something about filmmakers that they really get. It gets to them that they have to work more than doing creative stuff. And unfortunately, how do you juggle that? Because I know, you know, like you said, we have to make a living, you know? Yeah. But we also need to be creative in order to help our minds in order to help that creativity. So in your experience, how have you dealt with that within the years? Well, you know, tied before this whole pandemic thing happened. You know, it needs to be a key holder at a store called the tag bar, you know, have to wear like, you know, suits and jackets, people love and all that. And when, you know, this thing happening, you know, I couldn't be in front of people anymore. I had to hop into my teaching bag. Really, and it really just brought out the best in me because my life is, you know, built around passionate purpose, you know what I mean? And when those two things are ignited in me, it's like, okay, I can get paid for actually teaching what I know. You know what I mean? And also teaching to children that, you know, who are curious about, you know, about filmmaking and health stories get told and all that. So to have all the insight and knowledge, you know, lose, listen, I'm not gonna go too crazy. You know, all these gifts. Right, but you have to put it out there, especially for the younger generation, right? Yeah, you definitely got to put it out there because, you know, what we do as artists is. 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China Intensifies Hunt for Cryptocurrency Miners in Hiding

The Breakdown with NLW

02:25 min | Last week

China Intensifies Hunt for Cryptocurrency Miners in Hiding

"When the history books are written the actual factual mining ban in china will be a key. Part of the crypto story of twenty twenty one. Remember the first rumblings we got about. China targeting crypto in may we sort of brushed off as more bluster and reconfirmation of old policies. At first it was just the banks reinforcing that they weren't allowed to interact with crypto. And so on and so forth but that ultimately changed and when it changed was when the vice premier made a statement saying that they were going to look into a bitcoin mining ban that signaled to all of the local provinces that this was serious and it also signaled that to the local mining operations that we can we saw one of our biggest drawdowns coming off of the rally between december and april and part of that was that minors were actually liquidating their bitcoin and the theorem to try to give themselves mobility to make decisions quickly. Subsequently of course we've seen one of the most significant if not the most significant hash rate migration in bitcoins history. Much of that has been to the benefit of north america. So far but that as we'll see in a minute could change in either case. The blocks will fees. How has a new report out about how provincial governments in china are dealing with the ban in inner mongolia the development and reform commission has hired a contractor to help it monitor for illegal mining operations. This is interesting because there are reports that some chinese bitcoin and the theory of mining operations have quietly even secretly resumed their operations. This partnership with the contractor suggest that the government is going to stay on the case now one interesting nugget from the bidding process is the government's ten bullet list of the areas that it wants to know about which includes the production and development process of crypto mining domestic and international policy stances and regulatory environment over crypto mining. The initial purpose and policy perks that inner mongolia gave to big data and cloud computing enterprises the cost revenue energy consumption and taxation breakdown of crypto mining operations locally the physical distribution breakdown of krypton mining operations locally techniques for differentiating crypto mining operations from other big data and cloud computing projects analysis of mainstream mining hardware and their energy consumption breakdown relevant legal basis for clearing out crypto mining operations the impact of shutting down mining operations on achieving the carbon neutrality goals and long-term regulatory responding mechanisms over crypto mining operations

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Michael Sussmann Provided False Statements to FBI While Working for Democrats

Mark Levin

01:08 min | Last week

Michael Sussmann Provided False Statements to FBI While Working for Democrats

"This is from the hill. But it's in a wide variety of news reports. A federal grand jury indicted attorney Michael Sussman on a charge of lying to the FBI during the 2016 campaign. Making the second prosecution brought by John Dorm, the special counsel tapped by former President Trump to investigate the FBI's probe into Russia interference. He was tapped by former President Trump. The guy is a civil servant. He's been a federal prosecutor for decades. The indictment alleges. It's assessment, an attorney at the firm's Perkins Coe, and I want to get into that in a minute. With ties to the Democratic Party. Misrepresentative, who he was working for 20 presented evidence to the FBI in 2016 of a link between the Trump Organization in the Russian financial company. Alpha Bank. Now let's stop there. He was planning lies with the FBI. On behalf of the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC. That's why he sought to cover up his footprints. As to who he was actually working with.

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"and bank" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

04:21 min | 2 months ago

"and bank" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"I'll never forget that interview. That i mean. Obviously we don't know her anymore but trump when he said again. I think there should be some punishment for the woman. And what about the man because he's also partners like no. I don't think any punishment for them. Extra it was one of the things. I think i've ever seen on television. I was like wow. You're saying that in the in the northeast on television. Like that's genuinely how you feel. That's extraordinary and so many people breeding really fucking powerful. People agree with you. So how can anyone out there. Who's maybe just learning about. What a potential serious nightmare and how how very possible. This is to happen in the united states. This could happen. This could this could pretend this is not. It's not out of the round possibility. It was only a matter of decades ago that we first were able to with roe v. Wade make it something that was accessible and safe. I think the important thing should support. How do we those yet. well i know he should. You should support this. Abreu productive writes It's at repo rights on all the social needs But the the other thing is and if you follow me on social media. I post about it pretty regularly. There's there are other organizations. Who are doing that. But the and you can also support emily's list's which advocates for electing a pro choice female office at every level of government so state government all the way up through the federal government. And i find that just even doing that is enough It's important number to that. One in four women will access abortion in their life. So this isn't some rare thing. The other thing is it's made out like it's super controversial. That roe v wade you know. There's so many people are. It's something like eighty percent of americans believe that abortion should remain and legal and safe and the other thing to remember. Is that when you When when abortion becomes illegal. That doesn't mean abortion. Goes away and ends. It just drives abortion underground and makes it way less safe for women to to access and also that this is In the time that we're in right now. And i think everybody's trying to do their anti racism work in their you know their understanding about what systemic issues You know this is absolutely one of them because if you are in. The view are live in certain communities. Abortion is going to. you'll be able to find what And this disproportionately access to abortion or lack thereof. Disproportionately affects low income women women and marginalized communities across america in every community. And so this is also just. It's part of a larger ideas. Is my point confront controls. Gloria steinem talks about this all the time that it's like. Well i always. One of the first moves to. Fascism is to take control of women's reproductive rights and control that buddies eight men have ownership over. Yeah and you know women have been sort of taking care of this since there have been women you know there was family planning always you know you had a baby to carry it. You wanna caravan. You've made sure you didn't have a baby until battling could walk or somebody else could carry it you know. The village was always a part of this and So i this isn't new the other the other thing. It's it's there's a whole history to the abortion rights movement in america in it's very obviously politically motivated and and You know doesn't actually reflect a lot of people's understanding about equality and and morality no but the The minority who believe that we have this rights up very loud. I'm cory latins gently in their papers. There's a headline last week and they'd written. I can't believe this is legal. You know when. You're just too exhausted to sue where they'd written..

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"and bank" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

04:02 min | 2 months ago

"and bank" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"Because then we begin to mimic. Actually the functions of government should be doing. Yeah we can grow it enough that it becomes like a mini government than we can. Stop having you know gosh. Stop having a an impact way bigger scale so we're always looking at structures like whether it be a storytelling structure whether it be a social enterprise structure but that can deliver like result in some kind to a specific audience so like the bank job is about the result. Is that a show. You what happens inside you know. Under the bonnet of the economy in power is like a show you what the true dynamics of energy and energy distribution and and the relationship between energy and control in a way to talk about politics. And that's kind of cool too so so we kind of we've getting a method i. There's a method developing. Have you decided on what your film Is going to be in power in the bank draw. That was obviously. The italian job took to a low of solar punks right now. Okay and like the aesthetic of solar punk is still very much being fooled. And it's not you know it's something that moves people. There are some amazing writers tomorrow with some livestreams and we have one of the writers in solo punt movement in the livestream on our page on facebook. Hauer is called pilot film. I think facebook so we're really interested in that genre. I'm not hundred set. Show because like i really liked genre of solar punk but you know it's very much like a kind of losch vision of the world's You know it's not cyber punky. Which is doc can Edgy and distortion solo. Punk is quite utopian is full of the plants hanging across In cities it seems as if in a lot of soul upon this calls it seems as if the future was the terrible future which we will anticipate to arrive somehow was the rial. The knicks likes the softer future was given to us a not snow. One thing that. I'm not sure about about it right now. There's no television sets going out the window. You know in sola punk right now breaking anything setting off bombs you know everything. Everything's just been sort of miceli arrived at somehow. And i think that's what happened before this this wealth because it kind of just been lots of nice people having compensation soon so i guess i i guess there's something that we're trying to grapple with but we're also quite interested in decentralizing the way that we make this film the next film because whereas like bank job was a lot more like men. Hillary working shutout together. You know filming ourselves and then going to the community in the rest of it if you think about that like the The power of the authorship very much resided with me and hillary Not you know. It's very complex. When it comes to film making when you start talking about decentralizing the power structure of the way of film is made. Because they you know filmmaking you know As a form as ways being direct to let you know you want to have a a movie is directed you know you can almost think of nothing worse than the the film that has no central vision and yet at the same time. The essence of a green new deal is about twenty encourage participation. Will this is what i feel. It should be anyway know across all sectors of society Really keen to try. And you know bring in lots..

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"and bank" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

07:01 min | 2 months ago

"and bank" Discussed on SmartLess

"Right now singly. Now jason sing though your song. That was great and wonderful. Because if we don't talk about us on we have to pay for fame and what is wonderful thing. Stop singing start talking. What is what is the on. That song is from from hair. No that's from fame for. That's what i meant. Yeah hey how about you remake fame. I remember that. I write with our tomorrow. That was that alan parker. Oh that's a great segue. That is because i talk about fame on my podcast. My body my podcast exclusively on audible and because fame literally rocked my life when i saw fame in so many ways and not because of his about a group of people who like really wanted to pursue the Live in the at to work in the ads It was live forever. Who wanted to learn how to fly because of those things. Even though it was inspired no is because irene cara is topples a movie if you guys remember that part oh we do never knew that well they you know there was always the tv version. I got to watch. I got to watch it on. Hbo back in the day. When h was like a new old enough. I was in the theater and we say and we got like we. I'm my family can never afford. Hbo but we would get the free weekends. And i'm pretty sure. Hp that that It was on one of the free weekends. So i watched it. And irene. Cara is topless and i do an entire pockets up. I'm not. I'm not joking. Every episode is about fame. Yeah i was being about iron. Cara specifically i was being bullied back then was really skinny and i was very behind puberty. I still am coming along. This is the whole point. They never came along. The divorce tool has dropped never came along. And i was being bullied by this girl in erica and she heard the insult that she hurled a meeting after school. Which you out on the way home was you're gonna have cone boobs and i didn't know what that meant like like like Madonna's madonna truth or dare come out yet. That wasn't the thing i didn't know. A cone shaped boob was at the time. Because i just looked at sports illustrated swimsuit edition those rawal row. Nobody comes in sports illustrated and And then i saw irene cara and she she has very she had. I don't know. I haven't seen her body in a very long time. But in fame when she was topless she had some very adorable Small breasts that were little conical. And i kind of freaked out. I was like that's what the bully meats and And i was like that might. Okay got to me and at the time. Those were unacceptable boobs. Why i mean what why all our then makes no sense so dumb. It makes sense. Of course everybody's oranges every body beautiful. And so that the podcast really is about how like why these things seep into our brains and why we get this messaging that like you should look like the cover of sports illustrated rive never been able to fill out that bikini top on. Okay you guys at my very first big move. That you mentioned was what had american summer i show up. David wayne's like we weren't as bikini. I guess it on. And then the first agent i ever met in la not zion. Newark agent as i said when i went to l. a. and i interviewed this agent. I won't name him but he was like if you're not getting boob job. Oh lord is he still in the business. Yeah is he still in. The business was like well big gigs. Kinda up 'cause. I made this movie. What had american summer that. I'm sure tons and tons of people are gonna see by the way. No one saw that movie for like twenty years. Like everyone's gonna see this movie. And i'm already in a bikini tops alike now. I think it'd be weird if i like. Subtly like hop a d. cup after just showing off these little babies times is going to write a story a back leg. It's going to become a thing. And i can't have that happen. Meanwhile all i was thinking to myself was no. I'm not having surgery. And i don't know why we're talking about it. Fucking kidding fucking. it's not even just. Hollywood is just this environment we live in. I have like body dismore yet. Myself cones will remake. It don't remake. now it's perfect. Don't you think that like for people who hold onto things like that. Obviously that had an effect on you and somebody else said that to you and you held onto it for such a long time. Isn't it funny at some point at some age. I don't know what it is. We go close. I hold on like who gets shit about any of that cares. I like me. I like my body. Whatever i mean surely luckily you you hit fuck it like like fifteen years ago right. I hit fuck it. I'm still working. Fuck it. But i'm almost there by the way i remember one of the first places i went on the warner brothers lot. I was walked past. All of your porsches on will and grace like people didn't hate us already. yeah man. that's that's the life. I sold mine in nineteen sean sold his but it was like nineteen ninety nine just to so will and grace became a hit. The same thing happened to will and grace has happened to friends. Which was we became a hit when they had reruns over the second summer. So the network recognized this to award us reward us. They gave us like four porsches for the cast now. And you're like. Oh wow that's it's it's incredible and then you add up how much it costs for an ad in the usa today and it was too biased. For porsches was cheaper than an ad and we got more press from getting the cars. I i always said to our friend who ran into silverman when he ran. Nbc go back to giving dumb actors cars because it's way less than a fucking raise and they're gonna thank you forever and every time you negotiate. They're going to say like yeah but they must be nice to me. So i don't wanna push it. I must say though. It was very nice generous thing. But yeah sean. I remember when you got those. When you got those portions and as as actors. I was in the same position i was living in new york coming out to. La at work. 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"and bank" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

05:03 min | 7 months ago

"and bank" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Didn't want to fire him and keep this in mind. Do not forget this in two thousand fifteen. We started getting word that lsu wanted to fire less miles right like like reputable columnist in band. Rude puts out the story about whether it is and they start whenever you start hearing that they think about firing you. You're already fire. Basically and that happened with less miles. Twenty fifteen they play texas and last game of the season in twenty fifty all right at home and it was a very emotional time. People like less. You know very also time very emotional game. They won the game rousing standing ovation. Form afterwards you know all that stuff and they did not fire him. they just didn't want to. they had lost five straight games to alabama. You think he saved his job beaten texas. Anl no man. They just didn't wanna fire hill. That was it and then the next season they lost that game to wisconsin. I wanna say lambofield and it started slow and they fired him in the middle of the year but they didn't fire him just because they didn't want to all right now. Let's fast forward to the situation. Kansas less got the job two years ago. I don't know if kansas should have known this about less miles. I don't because again it sounds like people in baton rouge didn't know about it for eight years know ross dellinger of sl dot com who worked in baton rouge at the time. He wrote a story where he blamed himself. Because he's like look house putting in freedom of major requests like every month at that at that point in my career. And i didn't know to look into this. I don't know what given the level of secrecy that lsu engaged in to keep this private. I don't know how reasonable it is to expect kansas. And jeff long. They have led a director to have learned about this. I don't know. I do think that after you found out about it. You had lego less because it's been clearly demonstrated if he did it down there and got away with it. Then he doing it up there and if you not doing it up there it's only because you knew he had done it down there and you told him not to do it up here. I just don't know whether or not they quote unquote should have no but please understand this. They fired as miles because they wanted to. Evade wanted to keep less miles they could have and there's a world applause deniability in this for jeff long in other people. Kansas there is right. i'm not. I'm not saying it should or shouldn't be. I'm just telling you that. Like if i was a lawyer and i'm looking at their case i'm looking at it. Like how was i supposed to know. Is it my fault. That i did not know. You know all these things if people be like jeff long higher by between. Oh the concern. That people had about hiring bobby between oh is that he was going to leave for another job in the middle of the night. They did not think that the problem was gonna be him having a relationship with a woman that worked in the office and then wrecked motorcycle her onto back. You know i just. I just don't think that those are the same thing. But i don't know if you saw the statements that les miles an jeff long put out but it is very clear to me that what guy. Let's miles fired was going onen last year. The emphasis in that statement was about winning. We are gonna win. Ku football going to start winning. That's what they will lot into winning winning nothing about parole no atmosphere nobody no wrongdoing or anything else. The statement before they put miles on administrative leave that talked about due diligence nowadays but it less miles it now going. Oh and nine. Last year less mile still has their job. I thought he was still had that job. Spider be an oh and nine and then get fired at the end of the year when they were sorry again but oh and nine is what got him fired. They fired him because they wanted to. You think jim tressel got fired at ohio state behind him like he messed up line to the s he w he got fired because they wanted to because they wanted to raise the ceiling on the program they knew they could get over where urban meyer got caught in that situation within zac smith without assistant they didn't fire urban meyer and look there were people who tried but he got high enough on the chain and guess what those people did not want to fire him. That's it. I did want to do it. So let's miles at the end of his career. I'm certain please understand. They fired him because they wanted to. They didn't fire him because they were stanford his calls. And as you didn't fire them ultimately because they were standing on a cars because think about this for a sec lsu earnings the wildest thing when they were actually trying to run them out they could have mentioned. Some of said to people was caught up in a cover and so they got stuck with it for longer than they wanted to beat here. They fire you when they want to why they want to. That could be anything. And sometimes it's not the stuff that matters wanna.

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"and bank" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

06:02 min | 7 months ago

"and bank" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"It was reasonable for them. Had the game. And i enjoyed it the three point contest the change they made. That was really good. I enjoyed the game itself. I thought that the game was entertaining. Even though it was a blowout. I enjoyed the banter between the people who were playing in the game. I thought it was an overall strong event. Shout out to clark atlanta university philharmonic society performing the national anthem. That's sub. They often tend to forget that we over there. We at your baby we add cheer anyway. All of that was great. But y'all got to get your minds right about like what isn't isn't kobe. Risky okay first of all you correct me if i'm wrong. We don't have a positive test yet for him. Beater simmons do. They're still in contact tracing with unclear as far as actually tested. But the barber. The barber tested positive. I'm telling you now if the barbara wore a mask while giving them haircuts they're good like this has been born out through this last year that the most important thing about that with with a barber now barbershop is his own thing right but with a barber the most important thing is the barber being mast if the barbara was masked they're probably fine. The nba is on the super-duper careful program so once they found out about barbara they pull these dudes out of the game but as soon as this happened you saw all these people that oh like like in the world type stuff. That's why this game was such a dumb idea. The rest of the league is not going to atlanta where they're going to be tested over and over and over again for that weekend. The rest of the league was going wherever the hill. The rest of the league back today. Mama's housed kabo or whatever it was. Those are the people that you need to worry about. Those are the ones that are taken like the risks. Those are the ones that are far. More likely to create a situation than the people go into a controlled. nba environment. That was it. But there's just a cottage industry that exists wagging our fingers at people who ain't doing right and i understand in large part how it is that we got here and i understand the frustration. That people have been very diligent in being safe in this time and why they had their level of frustration with people who are not. I totally get it but like stop being an idiot in the name of an yes. I'm going to call it what it is virtuosic. That's really what it comes down to. We asked people. Why should we have all star game. I understand why the players didn't the all star game and wouldn't about risks that was about hassle titled is right and guys go into the all star game are doing that to up the salary cap to get the money for the other dudes. Who don't have to go do this when they're supposed to get a break and they have been told that there was going to be no all star game but what nobody in there like. I don't wanna do this. Because i'm not going to be safe. This is what they do in all the time like. Yeah and lana wild out your operating on the assumption that these guys were then go hit the streets awhile out themselves what i mean but the activity itself oh man. This is a reasonable thing for them to do. It's something that i think. They should have done if it was possible. And they did. And it doesn't seem like there was really any issue other than an encounter. The simmons and embiid had before they got to atlanta. But we are at a point in this where we need to stop when you evaluate these situations and how safe they are. We gotta do better than this simply being a place for us to judge people. Because that's what. I think that it really what the discussion has come down to. So often is really just edgy. Judge judging the wrong people very often right so the nba came out when they got down there and they were like. This is a made for tv event. That's what they were saying about. The all star game is this was a made for tv lands bottles of may of atlanta and people roll their eyes at that but it was a made for tv event that was one hundred percent. Correct the game is in atlanta because turner's in atlanta right. Keep them cost down all right turn in atlanta boom. We got this. They did this to make money to put it on television right but what happens. As a result people are going to have parties that are not for all star. That's just what you put on the thing. You know what i'm saying like this is the hook for okay. All star games it out. Let's have a party. You need to make it a bigger deal than it is okay cool. I ain't got no beef report promoters throwing parties. Why 'cause report promoters do they throw parties. That is what they do. That is how they make money. I can't knock them for trying to make money like okay. But what about the public health situation. The job of the public health situation is on the government. Data one's not doing their jobs by allowing all these things to happen. But it you party promoter. How else are you supposed to eat. How else are you supposed to make money. That's how it goes. Do i have problems with people who are deciding to go. Just because it's open yes. Do i think those people are selfish and are ignoring the risk of what they are doing. Absolutely i can't blame the people for opening the doors. Though i just can't capitalism did not stop with the virus. I cannot blame the nba for trying to have as many events as they possibly can. I don't blame them if they can find ways to have people in the building for getting people into the building safely. I'm good with all of that. I see a lot of things. Just don't look like they're safe. I mean you've seen people packed into the club like sardines. Now we talk about something different like that is in fact its own prop but if you can find a way to do it safe then i don't blame you for engaging in this activity and that's how i felt about the all star game and i just think that it was a lot of people who were trying too hard to show and demonstrate themselves how diligent they are who then want to come out and wag their fingers at these people for doing this without actually using their brains to consider what it is that they are criticized and again in the end i was surprised at how annotating the event turned out to be. But i know mostly. I don't know that because y'all too busy watching an interview. And i certainly can't judge you because i spend more time on my sports podcasts. Talking about that interview than the actual gay the.

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"and bank" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"and bank" Discussed on Get Sleepy

"and bank" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"and bank" Discussed on Get Sleepy

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"and bank" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"and bank" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"Light, and the other one talks about how to stop contain yourselves to others. I'll. That's good. So that if I go compilation. Both. Yes ma'am Oh okay. Outcry in having job get together to do that. Way just on that each other through networking. The author in writing networking son. Okay death cool in when did you say that's coming out that timber. A you know September recycle. Right around the corner. L. It is yeah. I like. Maybe. Like five weeks or something. Crazy like where? One hundred fifty days La. This year because I heard about that through a friend of mine on facebook. Yes. If like this year I, think like March Seen Lake. The is month or maybe it was April thing like it just dragged for. Long and then we get to the other months and this is just like speeding through. Like just beating Kim. And now, the year is almost over we have so much going on some you know there have been happening for us. So what has how has any of the current events? You know Kobe, the social unrest how has any of that affected your writing or or even your business? I think as as affected may not main able to make like a like a physical appearance to where to go and speak and talk about my books and be able to have a book signing and a physical bookstore and so forth and so. I had to take everything I was doing you know to Oman space. So actually ended up networking with a group of weather from the Augusta area. So we all kind of together the virtual vendor where we got showcasing a Prada SA- talk about them and why we do what we do. So that was a lot of fun being able to. Get to know a different group ladies and just be able to. Form Friendships Online. So right cool. Right and that's mainly how we're having to communicate with people now like. We just can't get together right We cannot get together. So we're GONNA have do like being. Really creative and you know genius ways to connect with others and you know do different things with others because we can't is not thanks go anywhere. You know some places have shipped back down anyway you know we definitely WanNa, you know stay in, keep you know ourselves and others. Safe. So that was a really good. You know way for you to connect with others and you know to do other things and also just to keep yourself you know visible. During this time because that is so hard. Especially when you're used to make public appearances, it used to being on different platforms than now. It's kind of difficult unless they have something virtual. Right is me at how hard to be able to do that. So I think it's awesome that you stay invisible. For people to see you. Yes for sure. On there. So tell us how can we hurt Jewish any of your books? So you can purchase my.

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"and bank" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"and bank" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"We're losing. So you now you have a billionaire who's losing maybe a million dollars a day with the reds, you have Paul, Brown stadium with a lease expiring in about five or six years that the bengals went the taxpayer to pay millions of dollars more to keep them there. Then you have candidate for council commission saying we're going to sell the whole stadium as somebody else. Then you got a building project underway that the city polls, the permit and the county is yelling and screaming at the city and I'm looking at this I'm thinking this looks like three stooges movie. I wish we could chalk it up to just say you know what? Parts? Of course, twenty twenty, but this has been going on, for twenty, years lily To the the selling of the stadium, it's not realistic. At least we about this weeks ago and It's not a realistic. I will give Andy Black Credit for bringing up topic and trying to. Raise it as an. And trying I think you know sort of trying to think out of the box, think the world is this going to work. So from that standpoint and the creativity I think he's put in a lot of work on it. He put a team together to work on something like this. I, give them credit for that and But from the standpoint of this actual issue itself, the reality is that never gonNA work. If you look around the country out, that's that's not happening anywhere. If it were something that worked, you would have other stadiums up municipal stadiums being sold to you know wealthy. People. And that kind of thing. But. But you're right. But at the end, but kind of under neath it all, and at the crux of the issue is, are the bengals going to stay or are they going to go and something's going to have to give because you're right? Willing especially now in the economy that we're facing in the long term effects of that. On top of the fact that the stadium fund is already way behind and that the bills are coming due because of this crazy one-sided lease in agreement that was done with the bengals years ago by the Republican Commission. At, the time. something to give and I you know someone is going at the county commission as a team. Is GonNa. have to stand up with the Bengals and I've been criticized for saying that take a stand against the bengals. Well. Something's gotTa give and you know what? It hasn't work. It hasn't worked and look I I'm telling you and I know people keep kicking. The can on it. Willie I. Know People Keep? Well, it's look it's still going to hear it still. But at some point Willie, the bills are going to come do and there will be that poignant moment in time to which we're going to say. we cannot afford this. We as taxpayers cannot afford death and so bingles you either take this deal that more favorable to the tax payers or or or you know what you leave. Well, the fact I was told by an insider last night and tell the bengals decide what's going to happen in twenty, twenty six, and that's twenty-three. Delays is up, they got to five years after that. But if they don't commit to the city, of Cincinnati under I've completely revised deal, then we can't do anything twenty, twenty, six, some okay. I may not be on the radio. Then you may be having deal with it, but I cannot conceive of something happening the next six years, what the bengals they're going to maximize. Maybe Toronto maybe San Antonio, maybe London maybe Mexico City, the economy will change get better. Here's two billion dollars up front God bless Mike, Brown who likely be meeting his maker at some point and I wish. Wish live a long and productive life, but let's face it. All of us have an expiration date and you're gonNA continue fighting this thing, and then if the bengals leave with smart money says is more likely than not. Then what do you do with this huge delapidated stadium, which means all this work? Nobody's GonNa move here that means the things have to be imploded apart. Then then where do we go and we we have no music venue, we have stop orders from the city to the county. We have the reds organizations losing money hand over fist, we have the Bengal franchise. Shall we say leadership vacuums going to occur that they're going to be offered all this money to go elsewhere. Tom Game memorials still be there maybe pg sitting fellow being charged or Chris Smitherman and or anti-black and leisure race. All I can say Jayson Williams, all hell's breaking loose and nothing's going to change for the next half decade. Correct. Correct and until unless you say, Hey. WHO'S GONNA decide? To step up and chart a new course from an elected officials standpoint so far, Democrats and Republicans alike have not done that. You bring up sitting Feld peaky sitting dog, going to stand up and say, Hey, I, I'm tired of this two or denise three houses in her first term or. At least reese, if she's elected the county commission or anti-black, if he's elected, are these new folks coming on here on both sides, the city and the county going to say, you know what? This hasn't where no we're elected to. Solve problems for the people, and now it's time to solve the problems. And if someone does that I, mean we we have to sit here and assume it's just going to be more of the. More you know back and forth and you know pointing fingers and nothing getting done and still empty lot down there on this frontal, which developed beautifully that that I. Think probably things have gotten along that thing would have already been fully out develop, Don moved on. We'd all been loving. But lastly, not in Campbell County were judge Don Gentry is having banging relationships with her former minister in chambers with with parties and with empty beer cans and empty booze bottles and engaging in sexual relationships with men and women while wearing a judicial rope at least, we don't have that situation going on. A. At least we do not what a story that is. It's. You, know I know I slept with a female judge. I've done it for like fifty years and I'm thinking the people. Now, that's it, and I know eight or nine of her buddies names unmentioned who female judges Democrats Republicans, they are aghast they and then I hear things. This happens all the time. There's beer and I said what? I never been in the courtroom of any female or male judge, and which there's empty beer bottles, booze bottles, and sex and grunts coming out of chambers, and then John's being offered to female sex partners in exchange for activities and I'm watching this and I'm going. I. Think. This is normal. I got a text from a female attorney says, she's shocked and I said, look women are not responsible for Don. Johnson anymore than I'm responsible for someone else's behavior. But at least you're on in Campbell County credit for that at least for Nana. Campbell. Can and ask you one quick question you brought up the people judge. Penny. Pentagon again has she been able to convince you to move downtown. I'll say this. I was getting closer until about two months ago. And then I saw what I was told for decades that once? Labor. Those guys did their one billion dollar improvement that the riots, the trashing of downtown was done. It shocked many of us two or three months ago when it wasn't done, there was a pretext mile five, hundred miles away to cause a billion dollars investment to go south. I may wait for a year or two until property values cut in half when they cut in half and the city is functional and the riverfront looking good, and there's not sitting county fights and the bengals have committed to stay and the platform over the top Fort Washington way is done and a beautiful park.

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"and bank" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"and bank" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Billy Cunningham. The Great American. Let's begin this who have been any tristate wetback doubted tonight probably starts about six. Oh, five or less. Out Out more normal Agra, because lance may be on vacation. Later on, we have Brian. Tone coming up and also a live report from Chicago with newscaster. Jian TV is Joe Donlan about what's happening there and what could happen here or anywhere. But until then there's lots of flak going on average when the city and the county. About what's going on the Riverfront I've only been on the air beginning this month. Thirty seven years and those thirty seven years. The Riverfront is on the front page of the enquirer for the past thirty, seven years about what's going to happen beginning nineteen seventy with the riverfront stadium that never was finished. Then what what to do with PBS, the bengals coming or going the great American ballpark named after me, of course. But Castellani, away we go. So the story of the CAR Whitten by Sharon coolidge and I'm sure that Jayson Williams gave her a great direction about what's happening in the city and the county etc and Jason Williams welcome again to the Bill Cunningham. Show Jason how Aria. Willy how you doing. Great. They'd be back with you. All I can do is laugh and chuckle on. Yes, I did. I did path along a few tips for that story, which is done by My awesome co-worker Sherry. Coolidge Scott. Wortman to really great watchdog reporters well. Jason I I spoke to your friend, and Mine Shirley Lucan. The greatest mayor of the city ever had about twenty years ago, he put in the pylons or other things necessary. So that the Fort Washington way, it could be covered by this massive park so that instead of coming off seventy-one and turning right in front of the stadiums getting into seventy five, there was gonna these these massive platforms are in place ready to go in what's large park dirt, and all kinds of stuff could be put on to connect the riverfront and I said, Charlie, how long would that? That take, he told me. It should be done by twenty, seven, twenty, eight. It'll be all done here. We are almost a generation later and when I drive to the airport I, look above me, I see clean air, there's nothing going on there. I can recall drawings of two thousand and one the riverfront what have a large park which did happen Schmil Park, which is gorgeous. But we're we're we're going to have all these boats head marinas. We're going to have condos on the high river in between these two large stadiums, what the hell happened the last twenty years. who? Put that the singly feast and building era again. A power. Struggle In that sounds very broad, but that is really Willie. Would it boils down to and then Charlie Lukens Set it back to him on my my. The choir last week. That's so Cincinnati and somewhere in the middle of the interview, he drops in this one line that I thought. That is exactly the story and he said something along the lines of until Tom Ableman who's the county's attorney and read donor Bob Castellini stop viewing their quote little their own little project nothing is going to change. And I'm like Bingo. That is exactly right there. In that speaks to WHO's in control down. There is the public officials with tens of millions of tax dollars, state local and federal money that's been poured into this project. Or the public officials elected officials in charge. No, or the reds and bengals charge that right? There I. Think. I. I'm not sure that it may have been the first time ever anyone went on the record about that. Very issue that, hey, who is really calling the shots down there and all my reporting has led to that as well, and until that does change until the elected officials, the county officials in this case, the commissioners. Step up and say, you know what? We need to make a leadership change. I wrote a column about this a couple of weeks ago, and so they changed the leadership down there in the leadership structure, and they really clearly say who is in charge, is that the? The elected officials or is it them the reds and Bengals? You're going to continue to have these very kinds of things. I'm watching I, think it was channel nine had a story was with the city of Cincinnati. Literally pulled a building permit issued to the county to do construction work that has never happened before we're one government tells another government by law, stop what you're doing. It's illegal. You don't have permission and that caused the commissioners fire John Cranley. He's not fired back. I don't WanNa hear it anymore I know what? He's GonNa say but I've heard ten times I've heard it one hundred times, and this is like a you know a draft is a horse designed by a committee. And so we got these different entities that have different interest and nobody's in charge, and it's a consequence it continues to flounder. Well. We'll. Doesn't WanNa hear it anymore. The citizens of Hamilton, county? The taxpayers, the voters citizens. Tired of it. I. Think People just sort of look at it, and they do what I did earlier and they just laugh. And and it's not as on lap. If they sat laugh and you know again what you just said that the city. Permit you gotta dig down underneath that. What what's going on. It goes back to that power struggle Tom, Gabel men, and John. Cranley absolutely cannot stand each other and they have been at war over this project going back to probably several years. But certainly, that's come more to the forefront in the past year and a half over this music. Then you're past couple years and so. When you see something like that. That's my first instinct is to think John. Cranley. And his battle with Tom Gabel menu is Again, the county point person on this project, and the county will argue with with me on that in saying that he's no longer the point. But as long as he ended the, they'd cut his salary or his contract by twenty percent. But as long as he continues to be part of that is that's sacked by the way As, long as he continues to be part of this project and there's no master developer and they're looking to him to be kind of the expert on development which he's not. He's a lawyer You're going to continue to have these. Thank props, Jason expert from Atlanta and after dealing with this for a few years. Atlanta guys, hell with this, I'm leaving now you got black who's running for ham to county commission saying he wants to sell Paul Brown stadium to wall, street interest to come in here with hundreds of millions of dollars to build a stadium that's going on twenty years old possibly without attendant for years that needs tens of millions of dollars of improvements, and then I hear from from Gable men and a from cranleigh that gable men and cranleigh are kind of like Nancy, Pelosi and Donald Trump, they can't even get the same room together. and. then. He got Bob Castellini who's losing money hand over Fist I. Don't know if you saw this out of Atlanta, I read everything every night. The Constitution has the story about the Atlanta Braves which are owned by Liberty Media, which is a publicly traded company. So they have to report quarterly earnings, on wall, street, so they reported April May and June when baseball was played for about a week and they're losing almost a million dollars a day, instead, they've lost ninety five percent of their revenue and with their expenses continuing, and they're going to be in violation of their loan covenants with the banks, and now they're going to lose more money the next three months and Bob. Castellini said this. This to me on opening day. When I had him on, he said nobody can believe how expensive how much money.

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"and bank" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

Money For the Rest of Us

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"and bank" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

"Month they had several plus members. Share an article with me. That was published in the Atlantic titled Becoming Bank Collapse. The subtitle was the US. Banking System could be on the cusp of calamity this time. We might not be able to save it. Article was written by Frank Partnoy. He's a law professor at UC Berkeley. That's a pretty ominous title. We WanNa look at the article as well as the state of US banks and banks around the world. Should we be worried given the pandemic is the banking system poised to collapse. I was especially interested in the article, because it came out right after I had increased my allocation to stocks and added a preferred stock et after the money for the rest of US plus model portfolios. The particular preferred stock after us by shares has about twenty six percent allocated to banks and banks are on the cusp of this calamity that does not bode well for preferred stocks. In the article, Partnoy is particularly worried about banks exposures to an esoteric security. A collateralized loan, obligation or see Elo. We Discussed Sea Ellos back in episode two six in May twenty eighteen. collateralized loan obligations are asset backed securities issued by special purpose vehicles or s peeves. The S P V purchases leveraged loans which are non investment grade bank loans that have been syndicated. A, bank will make a loan to a Non Investment Grade Company, a higher risk company and then sell that loan into the marketplace. Many of those purchasers are Clo's is over a trillion dollars of leveraged loans outstanding. and. Most are held as part of these collateralized loan obligation structures. The way it works. Is that s? Cells, debt and equity securities that comprise to see yellow. Those securities are backed or collateralized by the leveraged loans. The CEELO has multiple layers tranches that are sold separately. The debt layers are rated by credit quality, so the senior layer is triple A.. There are lower rated debt layers known as mezzanine layers, and then there's an equity layer which is unrated. The payments on the underlying leverage loans, those payments are pooled together and flow in order. The first payments go to the senior AAA layer then to the lower rated layers, and then finally to the equity layer. That is known as they waterfall. The debt tranches are over collateralized debt ACL Oh might have issued five hundred million dollars in debt securities as part of the L O that are backed by six hundred and twenty five Million Dollars Worth of leveraged loans with the Additional One, hundred, twenty, five million in loans funded from selling the equity trunch. Each Cielo about one hundred and fifty to two hundred and twenty-five loans. And because the leverage loans, themselves are floating rate notes. Their interest rates will fluctuate as short term. Interest rates change the debt tranches within a cll are also floating rate, so there's some protection if interest rates rise. Now because of this waterfall structure, the equity tranches takes the first losses, then the lower rated debt tranches, and finally if it gets to that this senior triple, a. rated debt trench suffered losses. That hasn't happened before. The SNP does a global Cielo report looking at default rates. From Nineteen ninety-six to twenty, eight eighteen overall default rates for CEELO's was zero point five percent. The worst vintage year was sea ellos issued in two thousand eight. there. The default rate was one point seven percent. There have been no defaults in CEELO's issued between two thousand, nine and two thousand eighteen. And from that one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, two thousand eighteen period, there has never been a default for the triple eight trunch, and only one default for the AA trunch. Now as you know, we are in a pandemic and defaults within the High Yield Bond and leveraged loan space is increasing. Fitch estimates the twelve month default on leveraged loans is four percent, and that more than two hundred billion dollars of leveraged loans will default through year end twenty, twenty one. Adequate to a two year cumulative default rate of fifteen percent. Just because leverage loans are defaulting doesn't mean all the different tranches of a coo is experiencing a default. So a report on the wall, Street Journal from mid May that showed about ten percent of Cielo managers have been diverting cash flow away from equity investors and going to the debt tranches, which means there have been default that are starting to impact that junior equity trunch. What is different from this cycle, though is leveraged, loans are more risky and we discussed that in episode to a six. The covenants on these loans are less restrictive. The credit quality is lower. The financials are weaker and so we should expect defaults to increase. Question is will see a low default and other defaults and other loans impact banks to where we should be worried about our savings or investments that we might have in banks. In banks securities. Including their common stock and their preferred stock.

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"and bank" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"and bank" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"I think we've loosely sort of framed. This is how would you proceeds in terms of directing okay. I know what that means. I'm so curious. Well let's say so. You have spent four hours setting up for a big action sequence and ripe before you guys are about to roll sons down. Whatever your lead actor comes up and says I don't know why my character would say this so I've been on that I've been in those moments and here's the thing that is work that athletes should it needs to be done by you. That is literally your fucking job as an actor is to figure out why you do things and that work needs to be done long before you show up to the set. I love that you're looking at me. Dirk hardcore because you probably know. I've done that ship before without meaning to but it makes me fucking crazy when actors do that. It makes me insane. I've been on. I won't name names but I've been on sets. Were that exact surly four hours set up. Two hundred background extras or standing around. It's you know it's freezing out. They call everybody to set and then suddenly the lead actor and the director to go to the trailer conversation about why he's doing something and the answer literally is like 'cause we already shot see we already shot a and this is literally just be and we just need to connect a NC. It's infuriating like people have families go home to like. Get Your Shit together. Do your work before he shop to set. Okay let's say you're financier is dating this gal named Bernie and you are kind enough to give her a line on the day of her. Seen Wardrobe comes up to you and says the very unique does not want to wear the red dress that she'd already been fitted tailored in and it's not her thing. I love how. How big your recent discussing? So far has been scenario in my life. Actually when I think I would do in. That situation is first of all. I want everyone to come to set feeling great and confident so with wardrobe hair and makeup. That's usually a conversation I have. How do they feel on it now? I can't have somebody come to set in a blue dress. Win The whole backgrounds. Blue or like the readdress is a story point like she's gotTa wear the Red Dress. That's a different scenario. This amaze just like I feel bad in this and I don't feel confident. I don't know how I can do it. People are very insecure especially young or inexperienced people in every industry by the way. I'm not even just saying that of actors right like you have to get up and give a presentation tomorrow. It's your first time in front of the boss in Blah Blah Blah and. You're like sweating through your blazer and you feel like you tried on seventeen outfits right. That's that's the same scenario that this is that this is. I would just want that person to feel confident coming to set. And then at the end of the day I would know because it's the it's like the finances girlfriend that I'm probably editing. That line out of the film anyway. So so it's not a big deal. It's an N. B. C. D. Her line is I really think we gotta get Outta here now. Oh well that sounds like I might need it but I can later okay. Would you feel like doing some line rates? Ooh cliche movie quotes. Let's bring you back to the days of auditioning. Oh God okay. I'll be cast injector just going to simply read you a series of lines okay. All right We use late for US shirt. Hi I'm Elizabeth Banks. I'm five five a side after and yes I will cut my hair. Thank you so much Elizabeth. Your first line is what are you doing here? What are you doing here? I'd like to take back. What are you doing here? That's good I would imagine. This is also somebody that you are overjoyed to see. Sorry I it's okay. It is a horror movie. It's fine okay. What are you doing here? Okay the next one is. You've got to be kidding. You've gotta be kidding. I know you wanted the German accent. I love the German accent but I also wanted to be truly like this person has just come up with like solving something in cry. You know what I mean like Ernest. Okay Okay Germany Ernest. I'm going to you doing here. What are you doing here for three Dunia? I think that was very sexy. Do want you to do. You've got to be kidding. Oh that's right. Sorry I was on the wrong though. That's Okay No. I'm glad you have the first line down. You've got to kidding me. You've got to be kidding me. Okay no me. Because it's not about you can p. I can see that you and I are laughing. And no one else is gonNA realize. And they're just going to be like. Why is this makes a weird accent on this? My guess what is happening. What about why am I not surprised question? Mark Why am I not surprised? Why am I not surprised? Oh that's good. I know you do a lot of animation right. Yeah voices I love doing it I do too but don't you find it? It's hard. It's such an amazing job for many reasons if you work for four hours but I'm beat after it are. Do you find yourself total like creating a character kind of by yourself trying to round out the vocals. It's an intensive process. Yes it's exceedingly intensive. You have to bring so much to it because you're not you can't rely on anything else right so there's no one to bounce off of their zone with you. It's why so what I was going to say is I love. I do a three in a row every single time. Some always like. You've gotta be kidding. You'VE GOTTA BE KIDDING. You've got to be kidding you're like. Oh my God did we get it please generous? I was promoting my first animated movie and I said basically something similar to that like well you know it was it was like how was it. I was you know I know everyone talks. About what an amazing job it isn't it is but it was also more difficult than I thought and she said well it's not like you're digging ditches and I you know my memory. The audience stood up and clapped I. That's what happened to my memory in that moment like of course it's like an amazing job and I'm not in. Yeah but that implies so that we can never talk about what we do and I think. That's a bummer. I know you're right. You're right that's an interesting way to put it because there is that feeling of especially during this time to there's this feeling of like we're so fortunate to have a bunch of you know can chilly and Yeah Pasta and our pantry and toilet paper although Brennan Pretty Low on the paper towel situation. We just ordered bamboo toilet paper because the only thing we could or I don't know I haven't touched it. I everything that comes to the house. I pretend is like radioactive has to stay in the garage for like a week. Yeah 'cause that's were that's how wide I'm crazy today. I know I know Okay wait so that I wanted to ask you to the. Oh if there was a young like eighteen year old sensitive ingenue. Who has been late every day for the first week of Shooting League How do you deal with that as a leader? Because when I did House bunny I mean I wasn't directing it or anything but I did have a pretty sweet trailer Elizabeth. Douglas get that trailer again. I have no doubt you're number one on the call and number one on the call. Sheet is a really important raw on a set. It's like it's it sets the tone for the entire film set. How would you deal with that kind of scenario? I'm sure you've had to deal with the managing of sensitive personalities. Like all across the board. I think communication is what you try to do. Would you pull that person? Aside like how how private of course I mean I usually try and bring a producer. Someone else in to the conversation so it doesn't feel unless that would feel like it's gang up because I think that's never good either but I think being able to try and meet that person where they are. It's almost always insecurity. It's almost always something's going on so right that is not about the movie it. Some personal insecurities going on or like you know. I've not been in a situation where someone's being harassed or like they don't. WanNa come.

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"and bank" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"and bank" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

"So what was going on around Joe as he was robbing banks. What did his friends and family feel? Let's ask as you know. There's a lot of darkness and the stories we try to get some of the some of the fun stuff to do. You remember some fun things that Joe used to do. Oh Yeah Yeah Joe. Joe Is an Avid Golfer. Although he he was pretty bad at this is Joe's brother Paul again but he also had his own personal Taylor in San Marino. He had old. Yeah Yeah there's all guy fuel he would go there tailor made suits and Hiba. You know joy pretty healthy taste as far as you know wanting nice things so he would go the Taylor and and have his suits made tailor-made and then he would buy you know that night. Maybe he would he would go out and have dinner where he would buy. Food for everybody. It would be for like ten twelve people. You'd pick up his jacket. It'd be like no big deal. I'll pick up a check kind of restaurants Nice restaurants too man. I'm talking it out. I'm talking about Kasit down menu before ordering wind bordering to thirty four course meals and it's a few hundred bucks. Joe had had a love for things that were nice. This is Josephine W Okada but he was also very generous so despite the fact that he got the money illegally he would spend it on whoever he was hanging out with and there was no oh restricting it or anything like that. He had a black bag and he had loads and loads of money in this bag and they were all like like singles. Fives tens and twenties. And you know if I asked to borrow money he would just give me open up the bag and he'd give me like a stack of one hundred dollars but it'd be all in one incident or five even Jimmy. Oh five I'd say hey. Blanket abroad fifty bikes and he would say. I hear most people who are making salads in a restaurant aren't going going off the way golfing missing shifts. Here's an Heffernan who we heard from an episode. One she worked with Joe while he was robbing so it seemed like he led this other life. But I wasn't part of that other life fewer jobs front he I guess was buying friends. I don't know what he thought he was doing without but he got out of. I guess it would have been the city jail. And and he talked about how he was turning turning over a new leaf. Something like I don't WanNa do that again. which turned out to not be true? He would drive nice cars. It was a lifestyle for him. It wasn't just I'm Robbie banks if is like I'm robbing banks but I'm also living a life that I've always wanted to live. There was a party I went to once the men were playing poker and Joe was sitting there and he was smoking a cigar. WHO's drinking thinking? And his girlfriend was sitting Bob or something and sitting on he was a king. I had the feeling of like this is where this is Joe's comfort place or anything. Joe You wanted to do joe dead. It was living a life that whatever he wanted to do he would do. Money was no factor at I. I guess would be the best way to put it because if he wanted to go to concert. You just go rob a bank and go to that concert if Joe wanted to go to Vegas and hand out hundreds of dollars to everybody who was going with them and that's what he did he would just go rob banks that day and then he'd give everybody a few hundred dollars you know if if he wanted. Take everybody out. Because it was someone's birthday you would go rob a bank and he would take everybody out for dinner. That's it was it. It was a cycle that kind kind of continued to do for I guess eighteen months or whatever however long he robbed.

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"and bank" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"and bank" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

"Uh what fuck and I I call the Fuck Avenue Carson. Oh you can't let it idle. Gee just need to make a move that you're fine fine. I was like okay so whatever I ended up getting right back a couple of hours later to the thing and I put water in it and the traffic. It opened up and I was able to go home in that night. I get a call for late at night. I get a call from an excellent ahead in San Diego County jail and he says We doing any work down here today. I said Yeah Yeah Man. He says you're all over the TV on crime stoppers. They think you're Pakistani. And they think you live. You WanNa say all all right good to know good enough so those two guys had me in the back seat of the car. They saw my face. I came to the door. I looked got them you know. Hey thank you appreciate it. Whatever the next morning these guys come into work and like we're looking for this mail? He robbed four banks today. Have you seen anything of you have any information you let us know and I wanted to those cops say we gotta go. Tell Him we I say keep your mouth shut up. Tell anybody that we have this kind of car. And we drove him to get away. Yeah happening right. I mean that's an interesting. What do they do? What do they do? I guess is going to be that. They'd didn't tell anyone about it. I think that's a good guess. Aw We'll be right. Back.

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"and bank" Discussed on Bank-Fintech Fusion

Bank-Fintech Fusion

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"and bank" Discussed on Bank-Fintech Fusion

"Yeah can you tell me about what you're doing now with Embiid embiid Casey. I know you're in Kansas City. At the moment I think yet I am in Kansas City. Right now yeah we so basically like I mentioned earlier. Our initial products on was really focused on it. Just you know helping. People Reserve Financials but later on author finances so we weren't having any money so when someone's saving money through platform we're actually moving. It was just the track they have to. You know separately go into their anger cowboy move the money or maybe they will choose not to do that. And the and and so the next stage was to be able to actually turn those into real deposits into Pluto also got Bama like experience for saving money. That's not what we like to call it and it was NBC specifically with them to Moshen F. B. O. attacks on Pluto safe. I'm so is going to be. FDIC insured and our the goal is just make it really easy for people to stay from the note that game challenges our platform into their goals. I did this same CAL and so we're really really excited about that. Were hoping to see Masha within the next couple of months so. NB Casey has been very active in ecosystem lately. what conversations conversations if you have the feminine would have said to you about their interest in Fintech in what have you seen. I guess directly since you've been there. Yeah so Casey. I've never heard of that prior to the tax arts program when I met them and that's not surprising because they didn't really start getting big on scene until I just over a year ago or so something like that within the the past two years and I think what really stood out to me with that they were the first the first nudity bank to launch in accelerator program. And so they've really. He made a huge effort to get in tech world to meet as many tech companies and boundaries as possible understand how they can Arner with them and not not not only the Obviously want to get more to audits right Ebony. Bank does but they also genuine. The habit mission to approve the financial health the Americans so you know take a look at consideration thick website or they'll list out missions. They have around the end. Our conversation as with them wasn't just around. How do we increase audits? It was really around House Pluto into this changing mask wrapped in tech in terms of helping to improve the Financial Ashok Americans in and all the things I mentioned earlier about. Thanks struggles to understand our customers paint Eric. Few right now we're very refocused on upbeat AC- ran but you know in the future could be a potential ways for us to be able to work in closer Yelling Kudo onto more for evil and so everything would just rely. We've talked them in so we wanted to join because of their Michigan folks coach. Do they have a dedicated team. fintech engagement engagement team or is it. How does how does it? How does that structure your your engagement? Yeah so they do. They do I think it's a little bit informal. I don't want to speak for them but they so you have a team in Texas And specifically with Albacete Tech Program. That's kind of one of their primary vehicles engaging with startups on it's a program were they For the sixth startups. I'm to invest in Fifty grand each of focus is entirely on building out that partnership with the the bank and some of the companies are already had army shipped with Mike we already had partial Casey prior to joining this city in program and because he definitely is is released acidic in their strategy right. So you're you're very specific a about Gen Z.. So because you're dealing with college students the the industry as as a whole I think. Tends to lump millennials Gen Z.. Together but obviously you see a difference between them. Do you see a slightly older cohort as your potential customers as well or you really sticky to that to the College Age specifically. Yeah so opening. Our goal is to be able to grow our customers. Immerse College is kind of starting point. We will lead when you. That's Isis released dark matter to the action that you're taking more so than any the other other partner life stage from the universe from behavior standpoint are certainly universal or any national offices or anyone. That's looking for more approachable. approachable way to start managing your finances but just in terms of our ranting on our strategy reaching the details of products of the features that we have we I tried to focus on the coliseum. On example is that we have each. That's called up here comparison where our users can actually anonymously finances to. Did anyone else liked them. Even Saint Hollis Kansas. And that's an interesting behavior ship because the older generation are going to be a lot more hesitant in wanting wanting to even shared her finances. Even if it's anonymous there's a lot more concerned about that but This younger generation because they grew up in this world of social media inscribing all of that. They're actually a lot more social validation driven than anyone else ever been that we built that you're actually because abuser people were asking us. Hey like like I don't know what it means. When when I'm told that I spend an average of one hundred dollars on eating out each it is that is that good? You don't really have context. And so the whole point of this feature is that we give them that actual data that you never had access to the four. How benchmark thirty eight year out? Or maybe they see that they're doing the lot earned everyone else and they'll feel good about solveig. There's a lot of ways you that eight of a generally speaking more of a Gen Z.. Easier than it is of a colonial feature. How are you managing user feedback? How are you how are you? What are the feedback? Loops that you have set up to hear from customers. Yes yes so. We have in common our APP and so we will trigger up messages based on up their usage frequency to that just to ask for feedback. I'm at different points and so just try to automate as much as possible based on actions that you're taking and who they are. You mentioned earlier. That banks are our C. driven in a lot of cases their interests aren't aligned with users. How do you and other startups that? You've talked to in the FINTECH space. How Oh you view than working with banks is it? You want to drive them to build better products. Or how do you want that. Have you want that to work right. Now a lot of revenue for banks are GONNA come from sending all these fees everything right but there is this shift happening banks are realizing that the world is changing right. That's not customer for losing customers because of the business that they have and they're cautious adapted. The problem is that it's really difficult for me to suddenly shock streams and so in the way we see that is likely the world's changing they know that these practices at no Financially elaborate Costner's. I'm very well aware of it with a against infrastructure screen. That already had they are run. A business it GONNA make a lot of money. And those startups provide a mediary for that to achieve that without having to do with all south and so for us like yes. No thanks for this huge generation of consumers which I think is really important I think on a broader level. You know we specifically are working with A. We're not working with the Big Bang. We're not working. The American Revolution was empty. Casey of which is a community right and so naturally Incentives are a little different communities. They certainly are more athletic and caring about customers. Financial Elton helping the community and out of the tradition. And so that's certainly a big arthit. Bank is South Waspy Harper World of where. It's almost like an anti bank and so it works really are harsh but that align with exactly what we're trying.

"and bank" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

34:21 min | 2 years ago

"and bank" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"To find the next thing and I was given the Hunger Games early by the publisher and so I read it before it was even out and I was like this oh my gosh this and then of course Nina Jake Rasa it feels very special to have been around people at certain points and watch them succeed in just feels kind of happiness for them and of course the it was other people I like kind of worship they were just fucking humans just like us kind of demystifying and I agree I love it I love them it's like in my buddies were in Laughlin Nevada we read a fucking black exactly and we're at a blackjack table and a certain point the pit boss came over to me and he goes listen buddy you gotta leave your Shit faced and my friend dealings fucking drunk you gotta be for a pit boss in Laughlin the ship is like this is a this is a real trophy Oh you just yeah this isn't a compliment how many days were you shooting that movie Charlie's yeah sixty sixty I think and what was the funnest part of the whole experience is simple we just we went to assemble Turkey for the last two weeks and it was a delight going to the SPA and the mom in the morning like eleven am we'd all be like in a spa like getting massages Garin Zone that'd be like all right CION set in a couple of hours have ended the movie on just like a total high yeah isn't it the nicest fuel until like when you go to work and go like oh I don't have to just go straight to the fucking mountain you can wear sweat Manson Shit or whatever your thing is a lot of dresses actually do I do because when I directed pitch and even just being onset as a producer I have I would have female L. crew come up to me and say we love that you were dresses and I think it's just that I want I then felt like you had to show people that power could also wear address uh-huh right like the leader on the set could also look like this was fine male I didn't have to like pretend to look like a grip be raising very feminine Yeah I think that's also a really good responsible thing to be doing I'm making TV show right now called Mrs America and it's about the passage or the lack thereof sorry the non passage of the era the equal rights amendment for women were in the seventies you know we all play these seventies icons Gloria Steinem and I play this woman Jill Russell's house who's a prominent Republican at the time and the fight is all the same it's the most depressing thing I've ever been a part of actually because like men fought for women's equality in the seventy S it's been forty years and literally nothing has gotten better and we're a little bit better yeah a little bit smaller uh-huh reproductive rights it is actually yeah this sort of pullback of like so much of it yeah people underestimate right is that it this is I heard this from someone else's mind you but they were talking about one of the like really confusing aspects of Hillary there was some expectation that while fifty percent the country is female she'll probably get the female vote right and someone's trying to explain why wouldn't women have voted for her in someone pointed out which is true it's like many women in our beneficiaries of the malls yes they're married and I don't know why that didn't America's about it's basically about a housewife who was like Whoa what's wrong with just WanNa stay home and raise children which every feminist says absolutely nothing you should one hundred percent do that if that's what you WanNa do but there are lots of ladies we need to go to work because they literally need to or their husband beats them yeah like they just want to be able to get divorced like they wanNA have like a bank account Liane gifts get out of the way if you want that good for you yeah economic security wasn't reliance on a man if you choose that her kick ass but that shouldn't be the only option for all the ladies anyway look women are in the workforce now in greater numbers than ever in human history we were talking on said about how women had this revolution where we all were like we're signed to break these standards of femininity of like you're here to mother and you go in the kitchen and you need to cook and you need to be Betty Crocker and Martha Stewart right and you know be a perfect mother nurture all of that it was like no actually I want to do what I want right men have never had a revolution men have never been able to just get up and say I want to stay home and raise my kids they didn't there's no revolution Ferman that said I don't WanNa fight anybody ever want to go to war don't want guns empathetic I wanna be empathetic I wanNA cry when I wanna cry men have just never like I guess because that revolution would be considered the two feminine for men I don't WanNa you know what I mean it's like what if you guys could just all get together and be like we could change the entire paradigm of all of humanity listen adding been on the inside of that group as a little kid on a playground in Michigan I can tell you the vast majority of boys they all wanted to cry they didn't WanNa fuck every girl they met they didn't want to do all the drugs I can recognize that like it wasn't even serve it's not even servicing the majority of grass now it's not it's crazy but none of it serves any of the ideals the the current quote ideals don't serve any of us like I'm not going to live up to being the ideal mother wife whatever Yeah you're not going to live up to being the ideal I don't even know what is it's all made up Kyo with a war kill but I see your point about you I love you would Miss America Yeah Massena right yeah Mrs Panic when I M S period or period I e yeah I'm afraid I'm going to say MS or Mrs or Miss I still it's a mystery to me how those abbreviations work do you know what I'm saying I mean you understand them but can you understand Mike one three different relations for Mrs mean different things there's MS and there's Mrs Mr Always is married lady great thank you and by the way I've known this pass and then forgotten it's confusing Alexia your miserable and if you have if you're a MS or miss you have an ms you get the are when you get the Mr but what's the difference between MSN S. M. I. S. S. is like a child okay and then em I I missed what you call a woman you don't know her marital status okay or she's expressed only single correct but that's the weird thing like a single as a matter we have to say that if we can hit on news Mr there's no variation in Mister Minister Dr There's pisses America is on FX yeah come out in the spring I think March okay so you know you have this in common where you're you hosted game show yeah Oh that's right we have both games I want to know what your experience hosting a game show is so I came home in the first day shoot multiple episodes today it was amazing shape with joy and like it's gravy the best thing I've ever John my entire life and I was so overcome by the idea that like giving away ABC as money to people whose lives are definitely getting changed by fifty grand is the greatest feeling of all time right literally saying to someone you were going home with this and this and this and this money and like had it what a great day for you was so wonderful amazing leading up to it I was just I get very nervous about having to read a teleprompter Lanka's dyslexic so I'm just like in fear mode as I am before I start everything so leading up to ten episodes in week and so much reading Blah Blah Blah and kristen stopped me and she goes your job is the hand beyond the funnest job ever granted on my show some people fucking lose yeah and it's literally kills me those are the ones like if they're winning I do twelve a day but when someone in there also deserving people on the show I'll go back in my little Caesar you know my whole team is rhythm I you know my makeup artist would come out because I'm depressed your lock right and Salamis and people press their luck it's gambling basically gambling over like don't because I'm like hey let me let me set the table for you let me lay out some stakes like you do realize that if you press your luck and you hit away me that you're going you just want to get this right like honey take the money and go I I'm literally saying to them like how how far can I say because yes because complicated yeah so they know what it's supposed to do and our first three shows no one one I'm starting to sink is this fucking thing bro yeah yeah broke and also I wanna tell the contestants like if you've got a couple hundred grand on the board like that's plenty of money to go home when they don't get distracted by the millions this thing and I'm like how far can I go I just really was trying to impress upon them like let's not get drunk on this fucking spinning wheel and remember how much two hundred grand is I know it's hard though but I'll say I like every the Knesset that come in and they're like I came here with nothing and you know I I'm going home this experience and a little money in my pocket and like your hire the hardest thing I've done since I entered show business is for the person the person lose it we find out the person loses and it's it's literally eleven seconds before the dash and you're crying I'm literally wiping tears base but hey tune in next week we're maybe somebody won't know it's incredible it's a very Oh you know we're going to watch Miss American the spring sometime and then we're going to watch Charlie's angels on November Fifteenth. I watched the trailer obviously I haven't seen the movie but the trailers fucking awesome truly truly awesome ended I did not know you had anything to do with it I'd be like oh I'm a man very sexy yeah okay fun I think people were worried I was going to like put them in like turtlenecks and berkinstocks or something right I like a sexy girl too yeah and.

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"and bank" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

33:00 min | 2 years ago

"and bank" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Stirred hey that's the cookie Monica stor Oh right right right right back and I'm Dan Sheppard and today Elizabeth banks Nice Gentlemen I'm GonNa I'm gonNA share the single friends that were out there were totally avail avail tech availability and went to sleep who do you think that's what keeps marriages together apart temptation I think that's a big component of it sure give as marriages and relationships go you got to be really on top of like checking in remembering state your needs all these things that are like Mike Grimm Berenson fucking have that vocabulary now in so I can't imagine it was easier for them than it is for me and we have tools you know I think if you meet someone your workplace that seems to be recognizing you in a way that you really wish your partner did how is that not gonNa feel special how are you not going to respond to that in some way know whether you cross the line or not it is you know yeah whatever that's someone's interesting I'm old fashioned like I have no plans to get divorced when I got married I was like so this is for life so you got to figure it out you gotTa make it work which I e I mean I'm also very lucky I I chose very well yes I have a Great Guy we have a great relationship when we work together and we you know we we spend a lot of time together but happily like I'm very happy about it I've had the pleasure being around you guys anytime yeah it's a really beautiful relationship but I guess all I'm saying is I would say it's compounded by the fact that you're also making that decision you're making like a sprite the most and you've not had Dr Pepper that's true I think that adds to the oppressiveness of this I'm not for wanting though you know what I mean that's what I mean I'd not thinking about leg what else is I it's not something that occurs to me so granite that I accept that you'd have to have been working with someone where you go yeah well we really connected some unique ways this is really special now that doesn't mean you're going to pursue it but I do think there's there's like fair ramones visit I've seen it with my husband too like I've been out with him and other women and gone like Oh okay that he likes them and he knows it you know rhythm being a good for them you know what I mean because I have a trust with my husband yeah that's what it is I trust myself and I trust my husband and so when I'm having like vibes with somebody Oh cool that's fun that's a nice feeling as a human being not dead yeah exactly and then shuts down avenue okay at Pan this is exciting to me for again egocentric reasons but you went to Dell the Delta Delta yes a Tri del in so when we named Delta Delta or daughter my mother emailed me Juno Delta Delta Delta is one of the first stories that was committed to writing this you know in this history about now okay well it was like a writing centric yeah sorority initially felt this 'cause I worship writers Yeah I love the US tried I know of course for many reasons was the one that was in Sarah secondly I have these terrible labels in my head that I grew up with and I filed p well my whole life into them so one of them was like I hate guys in fraternities share and then my best friend in L. A. Turns out to be my friend nate talk he was in a fraternity I kind of hear how the whole thing worked with him and I'm like oh I just missed party is what I was excuse me super social and you don't have to in university housing basically yes but embarrassingly so I used to my youth define myself by things I didn't like as opposed to things I like so it's like you'd me and I I hate that music and I hate this above its repugnant now I recognized because there's nothing to build on their but also it's usually because to state what you like AAC demands judgment right vulnerability you have to basically like I like I'm putting myself out by saying that I like this and everyone can be like that's not me you know or or like yes that's great let's talk about that yeah but then no one else liking it is the thing be really confident I think to walk into a situation and be like this is what I like yeah even with my very best friend of my whole life Aaron weekly and I on a Christmas morning one day we were driving we were seventeen or something and we're just driving I go I guess seaman I liked this song end I really liked that bodyguard song and he goes Oh my God I'm so glad you said something my sister got tape for Christmas last night and I've listened to it like twenty times I was like not told anybody in my life but you and we're both so relieved that we love my brother-in-law had the soundtrack to Hanoch yes and he would we shared kind of shared a car with him for a little bit and every time we got in the car it'd be like blasting we're like wow he's just listened hype I heart will Alenia Okay like known and I know you won't sing it and you probably won't if you if you to me I'll sing it I think all of Whitney's songs I love them all okay thank the grew up as a huge fan absolutely and I love it so I was even into WanNa Dance was oh boy really concerts is Whitney Houston twelve years old yeah we we actually got tickets for my parent's anniversary and we all went together as a family would in western Massachusetts okay no is this the kind of place ours was pine my mom took me to heart John Cougar Mountain opening I got talking head with a sixty gallon coleman cooler this deal kind he's too drunk dudes we're like we're lawn seating these guys lost their footing behind us and always like award I turn and just got bombed in the hell this huge cooler got knocked down I survived clear but that's it was that kind of again yes no Tanglewood is the summer home to the Boston Symphony Orchestra back the Saratoga Performing Arts Center which is also where I saw a lot of shows their brother who was sixteen by the way note to parents like do not let your twelve and a half thirteen year old daughter go with a bunch of tea teenage boys to anywhere are like over a mountain like it was insane anyway I obviously made it out alive but it was flippered was my first white roaming snake open for them yeah it's amazing so that cancer is exactly brings me to the next one I was GonNa make us one of the things I realized my kids are not observing here in Los Angeles or my mom would take somewhere like pine knob you're going to see one or two fistfights like that's guaranteed GonNa see grown men fist fight each other in the beer line maybe at the top of the hill and come rolling down in clearly at DEF leppard there was some scuffle some scuffles Yep and you really feel alive in those situations you like you got to watch I find that there's there's so little danger in childhood vow and it kind of bums me out to me too I like a little I I really grew in those moments of danger and I really feel like you know also contained nothing like super out of control but I'm trying like I just moved and we're putting in like you know a Ninja warrior my kids obsessive two boys they just WanNa climb everything so I had a guy out to the house to talk about like you know building like a rock climbing wall whatever like a jungle gym thing and he's like well you know maybe seven feet Ghana maybe ten yeah and like I mean if your kid falls down and I'm thinking I think unless they're at ten feet they're not gonNa feel the thrill of the climb I mean waste my money building this thing and because that's how I would about at that age I wanna be high but they looks from this guy like the judge may have liked and he said to me he goes it's not your kids you know other kids are GonNA come on implant thing and then I was like my own kids I honestly I'm like I don't know if they fall down and head injury I mean we I was in the hospital instantly as a kid somebody always getting stitches or a broken this or something or sprain or what we were outside ride running around jumping doing stuff we would poke like a beehive with Jake and see what happens nature's video game rally there's something so amazing about being able to scare yourself and then learn your limit and then try it differently the next time I don't really know how they get that without these kind of things my kids are really big skiers or really good skiers and I can't ski with them because I spend the entire time like I don't trust them even though I know they can do it but I spend the whole time they're going to they're going to fly off a cliff I just spend the whole time on high alert yeah and then I'm not having fun how old are they they're eight and almost seven I still six year old which I'm holding onto for dear life ah I feel like that's around the age you start panicking alone or the panic setting in for me where I'm like oh good she I mean she looks like a human being I'm definitely like six feels like a little kid yeah child of real child and who am am desperate I'll keep hold onto that year keys the poll I I have to cover my face thinking constantly and I have to cover my face when I sing the view right now.

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