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"bodman" Discussed on The Good News Podcast
"I i. I'm neil the host of the good news podcast. This is your source for good news. Fun stories and sonic showing. All of this. Goodness is coming to you from beautiful chicago illinois. Don's usually get all the attention when it comes to rescuing people. I know that because i have done multiple good news. Podcast episodes about dogs saving the day. So anytime i find a news story about a cat saving the day. I am on top of it. Today's good news comes from cornwall. In england where a cat named peterman has saved the day. Folks in the small town of bodman. Were looking for an elderly woman who had gone missing and nobody was able to find. Her neighbors and police had been searching for a while and come up empty handed until one of the neighbors noticed a very dedicated cat keeping guard over a gate leading to a large cornfield. Initially as people were investigating the field they didn't find anything until they heard a faint response to their calls and they found that this eighty three year old woman had fallen down a seventy foot ravine. She'd rolled down a hill through barbed wires and landed in a stream thankfully now she is getting treatment and is in good spirits according to the bodman police department because it was such a remote part of the country side. The neighbors are quoted as saying without the cat waiting at the gate to that field. It could have been hours later. That i or anyone else would have checked there so thank goodness for pirin in a very lassie like move. This black cat has saved the day. So if you're a cat owner.
"bodman" Discussed on Konfus
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"bodman" Discussed on TFE - Radio
"I'm also your resident bodman. I also the individual who is forty two years old or forty two years young. Yes five days ago almost exactly a week already. I have turned forty. Two the big forty two and guess what. I don't feel my age. I don't look my age. I don't even act my age. I am what i am i be. Would i be. And i'm gonna be where i'm at. Highlight that welcome back. Everybody to this week's episode of t. If you've radio the network has been going pretty rapidly consistently wonderfully positive and the right positive direction. I hope that you enjoyed all the latest episodes. Under the t. If you radio network there was a gang of episodes that were uploaded. Try saying that three times fast. A gang of episodes uploaded three times fast. What anyway no. It's up there. I hope that you've all been keeping safe this past week. Want to say thank you to the hundred plus people that wish me a happy birthday this past tuesday. It was my birthday on tuesday december. Eighth as you'll know. I was born on december eighth. Nineteen seventy eight and i was born in the west end of toronto. As i mentioned many times i am originally from style. Was she born on western road in western road hospital. Whatever the hell you want to call it and my daughter still actually around. I got a chance to actually look up and see. If he's still around yes he is and well anyway. I won't get into all that. What what my doctor will put. I am forty two..
"bodman" Discussed on After The Show Movie Podcast
"He is the spiderman for this period of time is pizza. Goes away with mj. For a few weeks and decides it's time for miles to protect. The city is off for two weeks apparently abroad. That's why he can't come back and help you talking about mary. Jane yeah even though he is pizza is spiderman. I'm assuming you could just web himself like across. You could still get back if he needed to hear. You would think when even needs to get on a plane. You can swing. I don't know he doesn't come by to elbow when the shit really as the fund which he does on miles watch miles us to save the city himself and then you know at the end of the game when pizza does come back conveniently after. It's all ended they team up and become the to spiderman in the city and they both looked at as equals so i liked that story and it kind of sets it up for not some most bodman. There's always going to be most spiderman right. Sure the other thing i've been. I've been listening to the audio book of ready. Play to ready play. A one is one of my favorite books of all time i would say. And now there's a sequel. Ready play to thought. Listen to the audio book because an audible. Free book actually. That's a bit of a lupo. Actually if you want to read all get an audio book for instance of the latest book that you're interested in cost about faulty. You realize audiobooks faulty dollars each on. What is that why you no. I knew they lost like twenty hours. Or whatever but forty dollars.
"bodman" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored
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Why men may have more severe COVID-19 symptoms, and using bacteria to track contaminated food
"Welcome, science. I've Casper June two thousand and twenty I'm Sarah Crespi. First up this speak staff writer Meredith. Bodman discusses a link between Corona. Virus, sex hormones and male pattern baldness. It turns out. This link might be behind the higher numbers of men dying from the infection next we have researcher Jason Chen he talks about a system for tracking objects using DNA. Bar coded bacterial spores. We spray the spores on something like lettuce, and then if you ever need to know where that led us came from, perhaps if it was contaminated with dangerous bacteria, you can collect the spores and read out the bar. Now, Ashraf writer Meredith Bodman. She wrote this week in science on a potential source of the male bias. We've been seeing in severe cases of Corona. Virus even corona virus deaths. Hi Meredith Hi Sarah. How are you? I'm okay I. GonNa, Say Okay for now this has been a mysterious, but persistent skew, and the number of deaths with regards to men. How big is the spy us? Well, it's considerable on. It's consistent from the very first days that we getting reports out of Ruhan China. Men have been made sicker by covid nineteen in the died at higher rates than women. From covid nineteen at the same time, children have been largely spared that two lines up with this theory that some researchers putting forward that Andrew Johns which are male hormones may have a role to play in how badly people get sick from woven So there's this new research linking sex hormones and the severity of coronavirus. Where did this idea come from? At first blush. It really landed with a paper that was published in cell online in early March. And it designated or describe a role for a particular enzyme that is bound in cell membranes called temperatures to. And it is an enzyme that cleaves the spy protein on the virus, and in doing that it allows the virus to enter host cells, so it's important for viral entry now. A bunch of prostate cancer researchers looked at the cell pay per and said Whoa. Wait a minute. We know that protein know that protein. They knew the protein because years ago. It was described as being culprit in prostate cancer, this very same t. m., P. R. S. S. two or temperature to enzyme in a mutated form. It was discovered early in this century was responsible for about fifty percent of prostate cancers PSA. Prostate researchers were intimately familiar with this this enzyme in one of the things. Things, they knew about it was that it was controlled by male hormones. At least in the prostate gland, known as Andrew Jackson's of which testosterone as the most famous, actually increased the production of this enzyme in the prostate gland when the enzyme was in a mutated form, it causes prostate cancer, basically in simple definition, and so from that you can take away that if you have more testosterone or other androgen, you're going to have more of temptress to, and so that's kind of the thinking behind this that you might have something that makes it easier for infection to take place, absolutely more tempus to on the cell membrane more opportunities for the virus to knock an inter-. It's almost that simple. Though, of course, it's way more complicated, but basically right and there's there's some other interesting observations that a link to this in your story, and one of them out relates to male pattern baldness. How does that fit in? There's not a clear scientific explanation for why it would be that a couple of studies in Spain have observed that man with male pattern baldness seemed to be over represented in male patients who are hospitalized with covid nineteen, and that's not related to age. No, interestingly, the peak baldness decade among these Spanish patients was in the fifties. Fifties whereas male baldness, typically as most common in the eighties or even older, and there's a link between baldness and temperatures. Well, that's what's not entirely clear. What is known is that one very powerful male hormone named dihydrotestosterone or D. H. T. for short, which is a derivative of testosterone, is abundant and thought to be causative of male pattern baldness. When there's lots of it in the SCALP, it's not causative on its own. It also take some genetic predisposition had a couple of conditions, but one of them is high levels of this hormone dht, and that is. Is the hormone that returning to the prostate we know binds androgen receptor, which in turn kicks up production of T.. N., P. R. S. to compress too
"bodman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The press. Dahlia lift wake covers the courts for slate and hosts the podcast amicus, but the idea. That you know in there a couple of versions of this that bar puts forward the idea that the press made me, do it is kind of anathema to the idea of a free press, as you know, we actually have sealed an amber in the first amendment itself. There's a second dimension of this that also was addressed by Muller in his report and it concerns what the president did when a New York Times story revealed that he had tried to get White House counsel, Don Mcgann to intervene breaking news tonight from the New York Times, President Trump ordered for special counsel, Robert Muller to be fired tried to fire special counsel, Robert Muller last June. But Mr. Trump backed down when White House lawyer, Don Mcgann threatened to resign on Mcgann threatened to quit rather than carry out the president's order when that story emerged Trump order done began to deny that that had happened. So I think that's the. Lay of the land. So this becomes relevant in two ways. First of all, it would seem to impeach bars. Claim that the president was reacting to false new stories to a fake news narrative, and he was just frustrated by it because the president knew in fact that the New York Times story was right? All along. Yeah. I think that that's exactly right. The two pieces are one the implication that the times had made a mistake and set this thing in motion, and that's not right. And then I think the other thing is that Muller explicitly found that if this was just being done to correct the press that the time had already lapsed that didn't make sense in. So Muller writes, if the president were focused solely on a press strategy that would have been one thing, but the president's efforts to do this quote for the records ten days after the story had come out. This is long past time to issue a correction. Suggests the president was not focused on a press strategy. But lately contemplated the investigation and proceedings arising from it. So that's Muller saying I am dismissing the idea that this was just the president pushing back at the press. He was trying to get himself involved in the investigation but Barr dismissed Muller incoming coming to his conclusions. And then it is alleged perjured himself before congress and denying that even knew that Muller was peeved. Yeah. This is a whole other problem now is whether he committed acts of perjury because he had been asked in two different proceedings. Did Muller have a problem with your summaries? Did he have a problem with your spin Muller's support your conclusion, I don't know whether Bodman others supported my conclusion reports have emerged recently general that members of the special counsel team are frustrated at some level with limited information included in your March twenty four th letter that it does not adequately accurately necessarily portray the reports findings do you know what they're referencing with that. No, I don't he was holding in his hands a March twenty seven th letter from Bob Muller, saying you're spending this wrong. This is not correct. And people are not understanding the nuance of what I wrote please release my summaries. He knew that at the time that he was testifying Nancy. Policy is now saying that that rises to the level of perjury and wants to see it investigated. It seems as the Democrats are trying to find a legal hook to solve the problem of Donald Trump saying nobody responds to subpoenas. Nobody goes hearings were done with oversight. And so I think what you're hearing a little bit is casting about for some kind of legal rationale to hold folks to account if they absolutely reject the idea that there can be oversight or back to the press because this is on the media. There's no other thing in the world. Yes. These were not the only instances in which the attorney general blames the press for his conduct. There was also the question of the timing and the nature of his various releases the body. Politic was in a high state of agitating. There was massive interest in learning what the bottom line results of Bob Muller's investigation was particularly as the collusion. Asian. Former government officials were confidently predicting that the president and members of his family were going to be indicted. They were talking about how dangerous it is. He's talking about this massive public hysteria. The public needed to know, and I couldn't parse out bit by bit my findings. Now, it was their inability to wait that I meet at cough up a hairball that turned out to not be accurate as a summary. There was yet. One more thing a fourth item. Whereas the press was fault. He said Muller's objections really weren't to bars characterization of the Muller report. And I asked him if he was suggesting that the March twenty four th letter was inaccurate. And he said, no, but that the press reporting had been inaccurate. And that the press was reading too much into it. There's certainly nothing in the March twenty seven th letter where Muller says you did a bang-up job. Summarising my four hundred and forty page report. But the press screwed it up. He's fairly clear and detailed about the ways in which the failure was the bars failure in the summaries. And again, saying please put out the summaries we created expressly for this purpose. So I think that was very much a Bill bar gloss on the Muller letter in bars confirmation hearings. He was asked do you believe Mr. Muller would be involved in which against anybody? I don't believe Mr. Muller would would be involved in a witch hunt. He was asked a similar question on April tenth and his answer. Then was quite different. It really depends on where you're sitting out hardly even know where to start I bought them. I think it's a tribalist construction of the world where institutions are broken and processes are not legitimate and the presser all liars, even within his own department. He was willing to. To call out bad behavior. He was willing to say that they were people on the Muller team who were not in good faith. He was willing to say that there was were ways in which Muller himself was not in good faith. And I think to do that in order to call into question the legitimacy of what is supposed to be an independent legal investigation is very very frightening. And you know, this casual language of false accusations. That's not something you throw around lately unless you want people to lose confidence. In fact, finding truth seeking institutions that are the backbone of how this country has governed itself. One final thing Doug at the Justice department, and the White House have declined to fulfill the demands from congress for certain information and bar has refused to appear before I house committee controlled by Democrats. On the ground. So that he doesn't like the format. We often talk about, you know, we're headed towards a constitutional crisis. Isn't that the very definition of a constitutional crisis? One branch of government utterly dissing. Another. Yeah. That's textbook, and I think you can pull out a pretext for why you will not submit to the authority of the committee. But I think repeated acts of this nature repeated refusals to submit to any oversight. And again, the politicization that the claim that this isn't real oversight because they're the enemy that really is fomenting.
"bodman" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Yeah. No. I think if you're balding you and you want to take your up, even if you don't look good. It's part of life. He's getting like take it off. You know, there are some hot Bodman depends if you can rock it get it to pay. I say shave it. We were talking about this yesterday. Yes. I mean, the Michael Jordan. You can get you can get the money for it. He does you can give plugs. AFC? Do you guys know who she is? Now, no politician is she said the other day that she would consider sanctions against Israel. Are you team Palestine team, Israel, Israel, Israel? I don't know Israel. Probably don't have enough information to pick a side. My girlfriend's is Jewish. I have friends that are from both sides. If everyone gets kid could take the wall down that's there and get along. Why do you think so many people hate the Jews? Because people like a scapegoat like target us for no reason, I think any like hate directed towards a group of people as awful, and it's very outdated. And I believe in loving jus. I just say one specific Jew. Tax day has come and gone. Do you think do you think the rich should pay more taxes in the rest of us? I think they should pay their and an even amount of taxes that they make no I am a proponent of a proportionate tax period. Was any on? Everyone is talking the same percent. No matter how much money you have on the tax brackets. So as rockets go higher the more money you make yes your tax hire. But it's also the same percentage of the lower income people. I disagree. But I think everyone should we talk the same amount. Yeah. I agree. I think the percentage is a better system personally last session. Rich people should give some of their money to the poor to make it more fair in some circumstances. They earned their money. They can spend it the way they like if they can get a tax break. Yes. I'm giving back is a huge part of being wealthy. You know, I think if you're willing to. But it's all matter personal thing. It'd be great and all that. Team. In the morning, seventy seven. ABC? No one's got auto by. I got a he knows coming very very important people on you. I'm not even kidding. I'm being serious. I was answering one of them but auto buying is very important to back. They're the most important.
"bodman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Then I mean this they're coming around two weeks later. So what you get in Lecomte is horses that went on through the winter because they got maybe good a little better at the end of the two year old season. And emerging tauruses like reason main winners or recent lower, you know, first level lounge winners, and generally does not produce a, you know, a really strong field. I think that I mean until shown otherwise, I'm going to guess that this was an an aberration to that. Because more of will. I think I mean by a lot of metrics, including visually ran way better than average. Compton? And I think that I I'm pretty sure that we're gonna see and Saturday that he's gonna validate that he's always been a good horse turf his turf form last year was solid. I mean, he ran some really good races against some of the best two year old turf horses in his crop. I don't think he ran his best in the Breeders Cup. But you know, the going that day Churchill was definitely not for everybody. And he just didn't from what I understand. It was his race at Keeneland that really kind of he'd always trained well in the dirt they said even from when he first came over after they Bodman France when he was in New York, and they had them at zero toga decided to point from the summer, he was training well on dirt. I mean, he obviously a turf pedigree that the dam it's been well documented throw a long distance dirt horse. But when it Keeneland he looked to have that race the bourbon in hand and didn't didn't pop homed in quicken like a real top level force. I think that's when they got in. In their heads. You know, maybe maybe he has more of the composition of an actual dirt horse. So they ran the Breeders Cup Turf. I think they toyed the idea of running the Breeders Cup juvenile and said of the juvenile turf crossed their mind, but you know, I he he looks like a dirt horse. I mean, look at the way he gallops and goes along he's just a big strong galloping type with I don't think he's not going to have distance limitations. He did some things wrong last time he stumbled a little at the start. He was too headstrong. I think around the first turn he settled down a little into the backstretch. But there areas of improvement for this horse who is grand looking animal trains. Great seems to be feeling perfectly energetic from what I've seen this week. He's going to run a good race..
"bodman" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"We're gonna share our tips for a great cap of coffee. I know the three of us and Sarah. I'm sure as well. Our producer here today is also a coffee Leverett. I'm sure we have our ways that we like best is any good Seattle light does should do. We're going to discuss our favorite. Taste of the week. And of course, we'll go toe to toe on trivia of which I've been losing quite a bit of late lace. I'm not feeling as confident going into the trick. Is you have to give a giant gift then you win? You don't lose. Maybe that's what it is. I don't have enough on the line. Tom. How are you feeling? Are you feeling confident about your trivia today? You betcha. I'm also feeling confident about my taste of the week are already just getting off the plane. I'll give you just a little primer. It'll be ooh. I want to hear more about it though in like graphic detail. I love. I hope it was a good one. All right. Let's jump into some ordinary to extraordinary. This is where you to take some ordinary dishes and make them extraordinary with your culinary know, how this one is a very I would say old school dish that you don't see often. But Terry this might be right up. Your alley cordon bleu. It's been a long time since I've made a call. And I'm sure Tom we'd say what what is it? Traditionally. Breaded chicken with cheese cheese. Is there is there him in it? Or did I make? Yeah. There is ham is ham and cheese ham, a ham and cheese of chicken. Like, a ham and cheese sandwich. Minus live Brad. She can chicken breasts very very generic. It's a little bit. Do we found the golden blue not? I don't remember do we Tom do you? Remember this? I can generally not a whole lot because you wanted to kind of turn out like the the, you know, the whole chicken breast lobe, you'd want it to be round. It's not a flat dish, right? So if you'll get it'll be all flat, and you want to look like a chicken breasts with it. That's been breaded. Right. How do you make this extraordinary? You just I would I would give it to the breading would do brung boater cooking the breast, and I would die St. ham. Sautee some onions over the chicken breast, the nice slice of Swiss cheese ran on top and put that in the oven. Just for a few minutes cheese melt down, and then you have a chicken breast with onions ham and cheese. That's how I would make it a little bit better. Because it's I mean, it's it's it's a very classic dish. It's also hard to make any better than what it is. Because it's gonna like how do you make that dish better than what it is unless you change something? Yeah. So I think the idea of not reading it and not, you know, frying it so much. And I think I like the idea of the idea which would keep it a little bit more moisture on the inside don't cook it down cookie to what is that? Tom won sixty. Bodman say. Chef between chicken Kiev and chicken cordon bleu. Ooh, I think Kiev is only cheese. No. I asked you. The French blind leading the blind here on. Chicken Kiev is not necessarily French. You know, you know, where Kiev is right. Yes. Of course, I do, sir. Lazar is brought in many French chefs. Yes. So that that is. Where this. Originated from I should remember this. But I can't remember what the executive, well, we'll have to look at what's live on Tom. Here's a nice big general category. Can you make stir fried noodles extraordinary? I think you can't I had them. I had some yesterday at a place called the noodle club here in NIA. And I really liked him because they use what they call the fatboy noodles riches kind of larger round admirals, and what made him extraordinary to me was so often that thing was kinda done Charmaine style. Where you just kind of have a bland carrots, celery onion, your choice of chicken or poor or whatever. And it's really it's kind of the only seasoning really sweet sauce unless you put some chili paste onto two words. But what I like what they did here. They use smokey bacon. Got it all crisp, and then some really nicely fermented kimchi. And so there was a baking and kimchi fried noodles. Now the trick that people just don't do often left at home. I think. Go ahead, and let them sit there and sear into your walk. You know? Get them up a little bit. Yeah. Carpenter is a little bit. And to me that was really just a tasty treat a classic kind of. They did a little poached egg on top. So it was classic. For lunch. You just made. It's fantastic read there. All right. Well, I think that is pretty darn extraordinary, Tom. I think you you really did it that time using your Hawaiian know-how our next segment we are making a four course meal with the same ingredient in. Every course, you're gonna come to my house. You're gonna make dinner. Are you guys up for the challenge doing.
"bodman" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Action engagement entertainment. And so through our connection with doctor nNcholas Bodman and understanding the dog TV philosophy we implemented dog TV. So now you can turn on dog TV through your app. So you can be at he'd be at home or usually do it. In fact, to stay a little extra late a little extra late in the office. All go to my app turn on TV for my dog. And he knows I care about him because I'm turning on entertainment for him, and I'll be home in a little bit and be able to engage with him when I get home that was another kind of invention integration based on our voice of customer thing. We want we want an always I want to just device all the time. Not just when I miss my dog. What's your typical process for getting feedback? From your users. Do a lot of focus groups stuff or is it mostly through surveys. Or what's the general Murphy guys, we really engage with social media. That's kind of how we came onto the scene, especially marketing to millennials. We've had some very large Facebook videos from from some partners about one hundred million views on Facebook videos, and then we have a relatively large Instagram thing. So a lot of our our engagement comes right on. There is the millennial. Marketplace's not afraid to tweet or Instagram or Facebook message as if they have a problem or if they have a solution, or if they have an issue, so we really listen to the customer and interact and engage with them where they want to tweet at us all tweet right back. They want a Facebook message me, I'm right there all day long. So we really listen just in in social, and we encourage that we just did a pet set selfie contest on social media where we gave away, but you posted a selfie with you and your your pets and our favorite one got a got a free paychecks. So we engage with them, you know, kind of interaction. But also if they have troubles or challenges, you know, with the technology, or if they have ideas were right there where they're going to be. Yeah. I'm glad you brought that up. I think it's great learning moment for anybody listening, and it's it's in the industry is the notion of probably with all audiences, but especially with the millennial audience being buried tuned to those channels for multi purposes, and one of them being a lot of really great feedback and being able to interact, but I also love the notion of making sure you meet your customer where they are channel Joyce, which I think screener large brought that up. So he has been doing this for four years had some pretty big developments hit they're beheading like major aha lessons learned over. The course of this that have really driven which you guys do with the business. Lessons learned and they're your biggest little ten months. But yeah, no, I yeah. I the biggest lesson learned is the dedication that pet. Parents have for their pets. I'm a proud dot dad. But I understand it and realize that there's just a different level of pet parents out there who are who are all in on their dogs. Yeah. That's it. It's I've been able to and they had the pleasure of meeting these people that conferences and events. And when I get a an Email message. It always makes me giggle. When a dog emails me, it always it's always my favorite part of today. I'll always get him..
"bodman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"A guest who has extraordinary life experience that my guest now served as White House deputy press secretary, then senior director of the national Security Council under my hero, President Reagan by the end of her tenure Karna small Bodman who is my guest was the highest ranking woman on the White House staff, and she was a senior vice president of a public affairs from before pursuing her career as a novelist, which she is now Karna welcome to the program. Well, thank you so much. Erik delighted to be with you. And hey now, low rider. I was gonna say well, but my real goal is to write fiction. Don't tell anybody. I that was my plan when I graduated college. And I thought I'm gonna I'm gonna write fiction, and I still haven't quite I've been a lot of kids books. That's another story you now. My first question is the most embarrassing how do you pronounce your last name? It's a small Bodman by. Okay. I know if was Bader boat or whatever. Small Bodman B O D M A N. So you obviously have tremendous experience in the White House. You've been on the inside your white. You were a White House insider under Ronald Reagan, and you've decided to write a book about it. Now, the title, it's cla-. This is a classic title people who know Reagan. No, his he was famous for the phrase trust. But verify I love it trust. But verify that's the title of the book. Now, why is the are in verify backwards? Well, that's that. That was a good move by the graphic artist at our mutual publisher regularly, by the way. Yes, we're both published by. Yes. I wonder which of us got the smaller advance. It's always hard. So it's hard to know. We'll talk about that offense. Right. No. Here's the thing. Eric this book terrify is my fifth. Political thriller, all inspired by various things Stanford during the Reagan data, of course, but the cover art is is really unique. I'm so happy the artists came up with that. And people can see it on Amazon or wherever because it the the villain villains. Here, you know, and your thrillers. This one happened to be Russian oligarch, and they are bad guys. There's a lot about Russia in the book books. Features are different. I just have to say at this point whenever anybody says Russian oligarch. I feel like it's redundant. If you say. They're only they're only Russian oligarchs at this point in history. It doesn't seem that way. In fact, when when little bit of. Know data here in researching the book in the story, these two olive garden brothers and their bad guys illicit arms dealers and all that and pull out a scheme. They had this terrible scheme in the book to make a bunch of money. The over a couple of of their mafia Russian mafia sort of comrades guys never worked with before. And I discovered you know, that the mafia betted in influenced something like four out of ten Russian business. I mean, they're everywhere. Oh, no, listen. If this is part of our want to have you on because people don't understand what we have in this country. When you have the kind of freedom, we do at the heart of freedom is a lack of corruption. In other words, where you don't have freedom you're going to have one kind of corruption or another, and so if you have a Soviet regime the corruption is government corruption, but once you get rid of the Soviet regime, unless you have what we have in this country, which is a history and a culture, which which understands that cult the debt the corruption is bad, you're going to have corruption. And so, yeah, one of the things that you know, when we talk about Russia's today, we have to understand that it is just rife with corruption. It's it's a it's a great. It's you're absolutely right. So you deal with that in the book. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Of course. And how these people are most pretty close to Putin. Yeah. He keeps I on things. In in the story. You've got these these guys who is based in a lot of real real events. Of course, all my stories are inspired by real events, as we know we have sanctioned a number of rationale for bad, dealings, money laundering, all sorts of activities. And in the story, I created a couple of characters that have have been sanctioned. So they've lost a bunch of money, and they need to make back rainy to make it back. Now, they really figure out they need to figure out a scheme. To replenish, their coffers. Right. So as I mentioned they bring over a couple of days Russian, mafia mafia-type, and they decide to put a hit on a financial conference that does take place every year in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. That's where the Federal Reserve host their their summer conference. You think well that's not a big deal, you know, fed governors. The point is everybody's there. We used to a home in Jackson Hole. And so we watch this unfold every every summer. J P Morgan Goldman Sachs. They've finance ministers from Britain, France, it everybody's on hand. So imagine in real life. What would happen? They would cripple the world Konami. Exactly. So the bad guys plan this scheme here giving me some ideas, by the way short the exchanges. Right. Right. And then the question is how does my heroine who is on the White House staff paired with an FBI special agent. How would they ever discover the scheme, and if they could how do they stop it? And of course, that's the format of thriller. Well, I've never written a thriller. And I never hope to write one because I don't I don't think that way, but I love reading so but trust but verify is just a super title. Don't you ever think? I mean as an author I think about this. If you come up with something you think why didn't someone think of that before? I mean, that's such a great title. It is used a lot. In fact, politicians use it in their speeches all the time. Right. But as a tyrant Korea or whatever. But no. But that's my point is that it's such a common phrase. But nobody's use it as a title. I love that. And obviously, I love the fact that you worked for the great man Reagan himself. It was a wonderful six years. I spent with President Reagan and the highlight of my life. Of course, so many things happened that by the way, one little quick story. Eric, and I'm not quite sure why it turned out this way, but about nine weeks after the inauguration, President Reagan seared in my memory, and I'm sure in many listeners memories as well. I was actually scheduled to be in the car with Jim Brady press secretary to go to work with the press. The prisoner was scheduled to get the help how to a union group. I remember it myself. Yeah. I was standing in front of Jim's desk in the western press office and talking about all the work. I had to do research fridge briefing impress calls to return. And he just said, oh, well, okay. I'll tell you what you don't need to you. You handle the movement tomorrow? I have to go anyway. And so I'll see you back here about two thirty in his everyone knows when they walked out of the help. I probably would have been standing right next door. I was gonna say it's rare that somebody can say that you almost literally dodged a bullet literally. And and I would have been there, and that's one of course, include fired those shots and three seconds cabinet style. Using what he calls the devastation bullet. He thought would explode inside the victim. It didn't explode because he was using a smaller twenty two. Oh, wait, wait a minute. He shot Reagan and Brady with a twenty two. Yep. I I have all these years. I have never heard that anybody familiar with ballistics twenty two is like what you used to shoot. Squirrels and rabbits. Yeah. Well, that's what he that's what he had. And oh, yeah. It's all been verified. And and the other weird thing that a lot of people don't realize, but this is all true, the board that actually hit the president not the trigger wounded, but. One that he hit the president. We figured out later using video and all that. Was a record deal bullet hits the car. I. Skittered along the edge. And then when it went in and hit hit Reagan is it kind of flattened out just a little bit. But after analysis, and so it it made a different kind of a a wound the entry. Yeah. It sorta closed up close up. So when they ride to the hospital, and they. Race in there. Do this quick exam? Right. They weren't. Sure. That's right. It wasn't your traditional. I remember. I remember this. I do remember this. But I mean, the amazing thing is, you know, many people forget that it was right after he became president. I mean, it's a. It knocked March thirtieth and he was sworn in January twentieth. So you know, wasn't that wasn't that long? And so we all were scrambling and whatnot. But one one slightly later people do also remember after all these years in the midst of that crisis. Reagan had a sense of humor. Oh, hang on. Because we're going to break. I want to hear about this. He was he was the greatest we're talking to Karna small Bodman the book is trust..
"bodman" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"All go to my app turn on TV for my dog. And he knows I care about him because I'm turning on entertainment for him, and I'll be home in a little bit and be able to engage with him when I get home that was another kind of invention integration based on our voice of customer saying we want we want an always I wanted to use this device all the time. Not just when I miss my dog. What's your typical process for getting feedback? From your users has do a lot of life focus group staff, or is it mostly through surveys, or what's the general mopey guys, we really engage with social media. That's kind of how we came onto the scene, especially marketing to millennials always had some very large Facebook videos from from some partners about one hundred million views on Facebook videos, and then we have a relatively large Instagram thing. So a lot of our our engagement comes right on. There is the millennial. Marketplace's not to tweet. Or Instagram or Facebook message as if they have a problem, or if they have a solution, or if they have an issue, so we really listen to the customer interact and engage with them where they want to tweet at us all tweet right back. They wanna Facebook message me. I'm right there all day long. So we really listen just in in social, and we encourage that we just did a pet selfie contest on social media where we gave away a pet shop you posted a selfie with you and your your pets and our favorite one got a got a free pet chats, we engage with them, you know, kind of interaction. But also if they have troubles or challenges, you know, with the technology, or if they have ideas were right there where they're going to be. Yeah. And I think that's I'm glad you brought that up. I think it's great learning moment for anybody listening, and it's that's in the industry is the notion of probably with audiences, but especially with the millennial audience being buried tuned to those channels for multi purposes, and one of them being a lot of really great feedback and being able to interact, but I also love the notion of making sure you meet your customer where they are channel Joyce, which I think could screener glad you brought that up. So he's been doing this for four years had some pretty big developments. They're beheading like major aha lessons learned over. The course of this that have really driven. What you guys do with the business? Lessons learned and they're your biggest little ten months. But yeah, no, I yeah. I the biggest lesson learned is the dedication that pet. Parents have for their pets. I'm a proud doc dad, but I understand it and realize that there's just a different level of pet parents out there who are who are all in on their dogs. That's it. It's I've been able to and and they had the pleasure of meeting these people at conferences and events. And when I get a an Email message. It always makes me giggle when dog emails me, it always it's always my favorite part of today. I'll always get a message from fight out saying, hey, this is Fido. I love your thing. It makes my tail wag every time. I turned on your thank you so much for all you do. And and that's the biggest lesson learned is that these people are all in on their dog. This is their number one priority. They have social media accounts for their dogs, and their, you know, using their dog as the source of the ultimate happiness, and such fun to be a part of that really inner culture of of dog and Suzie. I couldn't agree. More on that. Let's cut of techie question for you on this. What are the basic building blocks of how it works is wifi enabled system? Yes. So you connect to the the system to your wifi. And then just like tesla we do over the air updates every month or so to make sure the system improves, so you're able to chat using your IOS, Android or your computer, you go to chat dot patch dot com. You log in when you can register your device, you gotta you a logging with your Email address. And you're able to initiate a chat you start all your chats and silent mode, which I use just to make sure my dog is not sleeping with him. And then you start a chat having distinctive ringtone chat comes up. You're able to see the dog low light HD, and then you can dispense a treat. And at that point, the aromatherapy sent that kind of calms the dog down a rest assured that you know, you're there is dispensed you can record the chat. Let's take photos of its shared on social media. When you end the chats it goes away, and then we have push notifications that go to your phone based on your preferences. So you wanna get a notification every time you dog barks we've sound notifications. If you wanna get notification every time the dogs near the unit. We have alerts and notifications that say, oh your dog is up and awake and walking around. And then we also have our most famous the park called notification that says, you know, and that tender date. Yes. I think your product and the technology. This is just really cool. I I you guys. We're going to do huge things with it. See a couple of things quickly for any folks that maybe have follow up questions for you. Personally. What's it this way to reach you? You can reach out to me at info at pet chats dot com the best source, and then just kind of where we're interested in partnerships in working with other pet technologies or or the Dodd companies that you really care about the pet parent. We're all in on the pet mom and dad so any company that's dedicated to that you can Email info at pet chats. That's what the dot com, and I'll get back to you within a day or so and so on having joke around community and partnerships, and everything what are you both in terms of the type of partners and sponsors that you look for as well as anything you may do as a company to support, Doug, advocacy. We're all about the community is we welcome all of our new our new members as pets pack members. And they they're welcomed on social, and we're welcoming armed groups and talk about all things dogs. Those the first. To give it back. Our second kind of largest initiative is we're working with Tufts University and the center for shelter dogs head up. Doctor nNcholas Bodman to study the effects of pet chats on the adopt ability of shelter dogs. The PR release came out about about two months ago, and we're working with several shelters in the north east and Tufts University to to figure out a solution on how to reduce the stress of shelter dogs. We believe technology is a solution there longer that shelter dogs are in that environment their cortisol level rise longer there the chances that euthanasia will occur. The we're trying everything we can including our technology and dogs DD in the study to see will this technology help will this reduce the stress and shelter dogs. So they become more adoptable and removing technology. We think there's an amazing I start. It's a key democ, and we're trying to help out with that. We always love to get back to our local humane shelters and societies here. We recently participated in the walk for animals in Minnesota fifty thousand dogs, and we were part of that. Would you give discounts for military service members a lot of military? People use pet chats if they're stationed overseas or they're stationed somewhere in the US, and it can't be any other dog. This is a perfect gift for them until we offer discounts for military members. I have a heart for dogs online. We worked recently with dog named quasi. He's a German shepherd with a short spine. He works at a shelter. And we were able to sponsor Kim sponsor the shelter. Tell his story. So we're always looking for those dogs who just have hearts and might need a hand up. Awesome. Man. Sounds like he goes on there. And I'm really interested to see where he goes go with the studies, I think that can be really interesting for the rescue community. So Niclas question for Joe because to have a very interesting vantage point on where technology's going with pet industry. What's your general perspective on where we're going to see things go over the next five years? I asked myself this question almost on a daily basis. I see growth I see new new products entering the marketplace lets you kind of two to level the tech companies slapping the name dog on their products. And then I see the the dog companies the companies, you know, trying to integrate technology to make lives better. So my theory on perspective on where it's going is that the companies that are dog focused and focused on voice of customer and wants to grow and are using that technology to enhance the lives of dogs. The growth is going to be is going to be next level. I do agree with advisors on the growth of this industry. I do I'm hesitant on the companies who are tech companies who slapped dog on their thing to try to appeal to the dog owners. I saw the other day a camera, and it was previously baby camera, and they just slapped dog on it. And that's that's the camera. And it's okay that you can do that. But that's not this marketplace, these parents truly care about. The impact and not to be pandered to by slapping dog on a device that was used for humans. And now it's a dog device. We firmly stands at we're a dog company. I and a technology company a pet company I and the technology companies second, thanks. So that's good perspective. Anything else before we wrap things up? Joe that you want to cover. Now, I I'm inspired by the rest of the community and the growth is happening. This the had entrepreneurs and people in this pet industry, so continue all the good work. And I love to partner with anybody in everybody and anybody who's interested at technology. Thanks, man. I really appreciate it. I think you guys have became a product. Or I think it's cruel worship the best. And I'd recommend everybody. Oh, check them out. If nothing else go go check it out and take a look at it. Because I think it's really cool innovative stuff. If you're a pet parent with that. I also want to thank my wonderful producer.
"bodman" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"They predicted the amount of sei's. It would run title go from ninety ninety four ninety eight. We reckon I want actually I've got interested. In fact, the Waco cancelled our interesting, people will think it's typical inspite about I feel this is this this series, which I don't have that many memories. All but I think it's very very much influenced by both X men. Yes. And Batman the animated series because I both committed ninety two I think they've had a couple of years to work on a Spiderman series and in Oakland, like the title sequences, very X men. Definitely very very. Doc, and they some subscription rock music. It's fine. Man ready as they claim he has both. He's both radioactive spot any as radioactive spotted blood. Neither of which is true. But it's not the point the point. But it's a lot the intros just a lot of him. Like just battling endless waves, Allen's in the dock thing installed. And you can definitely say the fluids of determine animate series like throw at this throughout the show as well. But this particular episode is cold the menace of mysterious of mysterious based off of the first appearance of mysterious in the comics in the sixties. He hero is he villain is he villain. Pretend. It's this third. Thankfully, executive produced by both Stanley and Abby arid. Admits all this for a very long saw appropriate. He's he's the longtime Spider-Man produce. Don't it for him whether or not people want that they don't he's still doing it even even homecoming, and he's got less of a hands on role. Okay. He has previously because this Bodman properties are getting better. Yeah. Because it dipped obviously in the amazing spider era that was kind of he's big kind of that. And the rhyming ones. And. Yeah, right. We've come out of that solely Mikey him to blind. You might making him. This guy's huge part of it. Yeah. I'm not saying you're wrong. I don't know. So it starts with a man snaky into a museum to steal some Egyptian things, isn't it? His daughter who is this mysterious person must mistake thinking. Yes. But he's dressed as spider, man. All right. Okay. This these oil, we're maintaining some suspense here. Maintaining suspense stereo. That's right. So so the episodes called the menace of mysterious city somehow think he's going to be a hero. I don't know. I don't know what what buddy buddy, Brian track, you're on my boy, you've gone off the bloody riles I'll tell you what? Yeah. So this let's let's say it spider man's webbing up. God's. He's in the monument. On sight gone. What does come up light? But it should come up earlier in this episode is nobody's everybody. Just assumes that it Spiderman no one's like anyone can put on the spot of variety because anybody can that's true. Yeah. But then we get paid Pokka a pair of Jean. Democratizing uniform. You know, anybody can wear that uniform. It wasn't that what the spot of us movie is about as well anybody spot. I mean, you gotta have a certain like a bikes level set of abilities. Sure, suction cups. I gossip. This. Then get spoken up the next day by MJ. She's doing gymnastics on the fine. And she's like, hey, what's going to have pretty good balance? If you're gonna do gymnastics on fine. Let me tell you very good. That's good. That's very good..
"bodman" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"And that's a whole other show. They definitely do. I've seen parties I've heard parties for their pets. Weddings, their pets. I've even I've even heard of bar mitzvah Bodman sues for their pets. Hey, how can they learn? Hebrew, right. And they wear yarmulkes. Yeah. How can you wear a yarmulke shawl NS Shaw? I just I'm not into people dress in their animals to me. I know if it gets cold, you know, you put a little something on a dog or something I mean, but we don't live in that environment live in that environment. And you have shoes on you. Would you all if it's called out? It's snowing cold you want to cover their feet because the salt that mellow out running. That and that's a whole other show, but I used to because I lived in New York, but you know, I noticed, but I understand you know, when it's hot the pavement on their poise. And I just watched some of these dogs run with shoes on it takes them. So long to get used to it. It's almost like skating the way they look like they're gonna fall. How is this a resolution beer cats do anything they don't need it? But when I went walking on the trail for my New Year's resolution, it's like some quarreling and pebbles, and you know, people ride bikes and mostly walkers, but I have seen people walk dogs. Now when I went the other day, I went a little later than normal. And it was you could see it starting to get hot. And I just think about the dog's paws. I mean, I got these little pebbles all in the bottom of my walking sneakers that I had to use a screwdriver to get them out. And they weren't that little it just I heard them, and it was bothering me. And I kept looking and. Couldn't find him. So I went outside with my shoes. And I started plucking them out. So I could imagine, you know, something like that gets into dogs poor you have to just check their boys depending on where you walk them. Okay. Eve. No this show is had a tude. You should not only check your dog's pies. But probably your cats as well, especially if your cat is an outdoor cat because I think it's more true for dogs. By they bite, their, you know, their paws can clean them and everything, but you still have to be careful, especially if you're an outdoor cat or even indoor because they can get grabble. Stuck in there and paw from the litterbox say, you should always periodically check their paws, especially if they're going to be, you know, like in our neck of the woods in areas that don't have cold weather, if they spray pesticides, or whatever, you know, you if you have a cat or a cat or a dog that goes out, and they walk on the grass you'd want to wipe their paws. They probably have wipes for that. Don't they? Yep. That's a good thing to talk about. Why not only do they have wipes for that? But there's a potett that I read about called an Fanny's ant spray, and it's safe for pets. So I use that outside and seems to do a good job. I use it inside. Because hey in the south you get answered no matter what time of year, they just happen. It's a given you live in the south you have bugs. But. Pennies ant spray, and they're not a sponsor of this show anything like that. But I like the fact that it's all natural. And it just does the job. So we're almost out of time so Cheryl any other uses for Daniel Boone. And I think Cheyenne should learn not to eat his food. And he she grow a pair. He doesn't have them because he was fixed. But he just lets her he's just so accommodating now, if I'm making my coffee, you're drinking or in their, you know, I'll scooter away, and you know, what they like they like when I put an ice cube. I have a water feeder a big one. So you know, I clean it. You know every day, you know, add more water put some ice cubes in flip it over. But if I put one ice cube in the bottom, you know, where the water is they love that. They must hear it like crackled, and they go right to it. They love, you know, fresh cool water. They're like us, you know, it minor spoiled. They have found. Okay. Fountain. Might mean that it's flies up the water. Yeah. It's flies out. It's a little fountain. And it's supposed to entice the cats to drink. So my cats drain. Yeah. No, I. I love him. I mean, they drink a lot older cats. You know, they're getting on like thirteen fourteen twelve thirteen. Yeah. You know, I've had catch twenty years. So I'm not freaking out. I've had seventeen years nineteen years. But you know, I think you know, they're getting older that so much Daniel they'll run, you know, they exercise they have this toy that and they love catnip Daniel exit. You know, he'll eat it. That's good for their stomach to. But they love their toys. Listen when you get up at four o'clock. What do you think they're doing it seven? They're not happen. Of course. And then, you know, they get up to maybe they go out or they check out what's happening. Didn't happen. They sleep twenty hours a day. And sometimes when they sleep I try to wake her like, how do you like it get up feed me life of a cat? Now. We're just about ready to conclude. And I think you have some great resolutions for Daniel Boone in Cheyenne. I hope some of my resolutions for Molly Dennis Charlotte. Sammy and Jethro come to fruition. Part of it's on my end. So we'll have to keep. Outweigh.
"bodman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"There. Most of the day with the human services, the Bodman city agencies inspectional just making sure that the family knows well with them well with the from start to finish everything we can to help them. I just spoke to one of those residents over there at the center, and he said while everyone is grieving the loss of their homes. They feel very very lucky. None of those residents were injured several pets were also rescued from that building. And everyone is fine. No injuries long firefighters either a couple of people have slipped on the ice got a little bit backed up. No one had to be transport sauce. I tell you better as far as ice right now. In these chapters with thousands of gallons of water still being poured on this. Very stubborn fire is going to be an ice rink here. Live. Cambridge KENDALL Buhl WBZ NewsRadio ten oh. To an investigation in Newton after some antisemitic. Flyers were found in book. Swap bins in the city. The flyers included among other things racists characters and five were found in four separate bins. The placement discovered on Sunday morning appears to be random, according to Newton police with no specific threat day, twenty four no end in sight for the partial government shutdown. The Senate set to reconvene. In this afternoon who is to blame. Well, it depends. Who you ask ABC's? Karen Travers has more on who is blaming who? President Trump began his day on Twitter blaming Democrats for the partial government shutdown now on day twenty four the longest shutdown in history. The president writes he was waiting all weekend for Democrats. But there have been no negotiations in days. Mr. Trump points the finger at Senator Chuck Schumer and house speaker Nancy Pelosi, but a new ABC news Washington Post poll found that fifty three percent of Americans blamed the shutdown on the president and congressional Republicans while just twenty nine percent, blame Democrats. Karen Travers, ABC news, Washington. There is a report that President Trump took some extraordinary measures to conceal details of his conversations with Russia's president CBS's. Paula Reed tells us they'll be conversations about those allegations. Rush, lawyers will meet to decide whether or not they said subpoena an interpreter who was there during a meeting between President Vladimir Putin and President Trump Washington Post is reporting that following a meeting between the two. You leaders President Trump took notes from the interpreter and conceal details of what was discussed even from members of his own administration. Now, it was the one two punch gumming up we don't yet know who will play in the Super Bowl, but we know who will play at.
"bodman" Discussed on WJR 760
"Living expenses. Or maybe you'll use that to help pay the extra tax on a Roth conversion or something. So you're it's all about creating choices for you in the future. Don't you? Find it interesting that I'll make a statement here without any fact behind it. And that is there's been more. They'll do that often. I've never seen as much a Roth conversion as we saw last year. I think people are finally starting to understand this. He really great strategy when properly introduced into your financial plan, and it could be the right strategy for some and not the right strategy for others. And a lot of it depends on what happened during the year, capital, gains, etc. But I want to go back to what Julian was talking about real quick. And then we'll come back to the Rockdale Bodman. So join all the stuff that you just laid out is part of our retirement plan checklist. So the retirement plan checklist is designed for people that are gonna retire in the next ten years or are already retired. So there are things that you need to be looking at on this checklist that are literally yearly checklist items that need to be addressed both leading up to and through retirement. This isn't a once and done type of deal. And so if you have any plans on retiring within the next ten years or even if you're already retired as long as. As you've got at least five hundred thousand dollars, safer retirement. I want you to call right now and get a copy of that retirement plan checklist. Call now eight seven seven five four four fifteen sixteen eight seven seven five four four fifteen sixteen asked for the retirement plan checklist. Eight seven seven five four four fifteen sixteen. So bud mentioned Roth conversions right? I kind of wanted to go back to what we were talking about on the income strategy because a lot of times when people are working they think, well, there's nothing I can do to control my taxes right now. I get my w two I'm going to pay taxes on it. But what we have to do is shift that focus to say, we're not just looking about taxes in this year. We're looking long-term. So what you need to be doing today from a tax standpoint, you know, getting back to where are you saving your money to minimize your taxes long-term, and that could have something to do with Roth. Right. So let's say for an example that. Let's say last year somebody lost their job mid year and look for six months and didn't find a job. Well, their income was lower. So would that have been a year even if they were in there working here, but that have been a year where they should have done. A Roth conversion the answer is maybe right there could have been a good decision because they could have been down on a very low tax bracket. They secure new job here in two thousand nineteen their backup in higher tax bracket. They got some money out of that IRA or 4._0._1._K over into a tax free situation in the Roth account could have been the right thing to do. Right. And that's what it all depends on your situation. We do want to look at that year and say what can we do to take advantage of these low tax rates that we have? Yeah. But let's be truthful th that probably would not happen. And the reason is is people procrastinate, they don't think in advance of that. And therefore, they are they don't do anything, you know. And so they lost that opportunity because why they're not working with somebody. Who says I know this is. Period of time for you. But here's an opportunity that you don't want to pass up. I was gonna say, but the reason why doesn't happen is because people don't have a multiyear strategy put together. Most people don't have a comprehensive financial plan put together, they don't and literacy and literacy. Yeah. Well, and and look I don't expect for everybody to have financial literacy, I don't expect for people to be able to pass these literacy tests that are put out there when it comes to all the things. I mean, let's face it. There's people in our industry that can't pass these things. That's okay. And and so if that's the case, why would they expect the general public to be able to do you've got to have the comprehensive financial plan? And you've got to have the CPA in your corner to help do that. All right. And I think sometimes we have to recognize that we can't know everything. And so it's important to have worked with a professional that does have that knowledge and skill and can guide you through whatever decision you're trying to make. So here's the here's what really the bottom line is if you haven't gotten this yet. You need a comprehensive financial plan. You need a organization that has planners CPA's estate planning attorneys insurance professionals all under one roof that are working in a coordinated effort on your behalf people that are not financial product sales people people who actually get paid a fee based on what they do for you. And that's exactly what we're doing here. 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"bodman" Discussed on My true Self – Podcast für Deine emotionale Freiheit
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Bond 25 May Be Eyeing A Female Villain
"They were trying to he didn't believe him but anyway it's still a we know yep yep okay so that is that is the big news moving onto our next category are under the radar are under the radar category news is not as not being reported as much as it may be should be so it looks like danny boyle is going to do something a little different on bond twenty five according to the mirror the knicks the next big bad bond villain is going to be a woman so i mean there have been plenty of bond girls there have been plenty of bad bonn girls but not like the main villain in so it looks like either held him bonham carter or dwell just way angelina jolie are up for the role can we get third opinion of them we know that means that means the bond boy for better for lack of a better term because we've had von girls we have to have fun boys because they can't call them bodman anyway the bond boy is going to be johnny depp and i don't know not anymore it's helena bonham carter and johnny depp have kinda gone their separate ways they've also not tim burton directed bond film so we don't need that plus johnny depp did not appear in harry potter intil they made another series about it and helena bonham carter and johnny depp having appeared in harry potter either together i forgot about i honestly for homebound carter was in harry potter.