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How Zoom might stay relevant post-pandemic

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05:58 min | 3 months ago

How Zoom might stay relevant post-pandemic

"Back to our listeners. And welcome back to work place perspective. Julie mccoy thank you to recite a happy new year. And thank you for having me back again. Sorry excited. I love that. We've with scientific arthur time. We've had to kick off our new year. I think it's a great way to do it. Twenty twenty one. Can you believe it. thank goodness right. Never so happy to see a year in the rear view mirror ever well. This is a great topic today. We're gonna be talking about lessons from twenty twenty one that we can take forward with us into this new year. What we could use to improve ourselves improve our lines and provide quality of lives and leaving behind everything. That doesn't serve us. So i am so excited to talk about this list. Jump right into it. Well thank you theresa sought. I've done a lot of reflecting on your twenty eight twenty as we leave it in the rear view mirror. Thank goodness but i. I think it's really important for your listeners. To before they russ not normalcy and twenty twenty one whenever that takes place. I think it's really important to reflect upon things that they undoubtedly learned in the what i call the roussel of twenty twenty because it was that or many of us and some of us bar more than others but You know there's a seeing among the coaching community that there's no comfort in the growth zone and no growth in the comfort zone and we've all been terribly uncomfortable to varying degrees where the past year and we now see the light. The end of the tunnel return to our normal are were teens and had dick schedules. And and i think it's really important to tag out or the experience of twenty twenty uncomfortable experience the lessons that we all learned and in a city. Here right now. Sort of your listeners may be dismissing that Because you know it they were mostly more focused on the pain and how to get through it and what was going to happen next year that accompanied all of his nyan certainty of it but invariably we. I am certain that we all learned things. Maybe we learned a new skill for example. I know a lot of people Might i'll take myself as an example. I wasn't really much of a cook. Started this process. Why us man. I ate out a lot. We got to take now snatch And all of a sudden is down than i had. Actually prepare a week's worth of menus. Arkansas and prepare food and i became a much better cook because i had to learn how to do things like substitute ingredients. And before i was just following the recipe rigidly. Because that's all i knew how to do. I had no idea. I'm substitute well. If you can't just run out and store to get one item because that's too dangerous right to your hell. I figure that out. So there's there was real learning around that For me i. I know of other people who had to learn how to be alone. Alana people just really can't stand thought of being alone and on the isolation of this pandemic inspires ties into that You know i would say that as we need this year last year behind us it's important to take a moment to reflect on what we gained on and there were a lot of positives. They came out of twenty twenty on on a broader scale For example the images of the clear skies in los angeles on this beautiful days when there was no pollution the images of the himalayan mountain one which you never see right because it's always obscured and smog the fact that a lot of us learned that our lives were so much more hectic when we were running around in our cars going back and forth to meetings there was so much easier just to sit down at our desk in have a really productive. Absolutely you know. I find that amazing now and that was one of the first things i noticed was how much time i saved by. Not having to and i still get ready. The i get up. I put my hair up close make module around and everything but still. It's so awesome. How much time you save right. And you're saving the environment at time. And you arrive at meetings not so frazzled. Especially in southern california when you're driving in traffic all of the time I you know. I just woke that going forward. Some of us will remember value of hadden's in meetings which they seem very awkward in the beginning and some people tatum so much they just signed off and reviews combat. But were those of us who had to stick it out. There were these we had to accomplish. I think we learned how to work through the awkwardness of winners. It might've speedy and ocean the conduct brisson's talking and once we did that we download it was really productive platform for getting things done and could sit down calmly in our desk with a cup of coffee or glass of water and proceed to our meeting without the rush of. Oh i just got the freeway. I'm laid i gotta find parking place. A russian take an elevator. So i i just hope that some of us will from time to time and undoubtedly in person meetings organic resume as soon as nike And i hope that some of the small may be take her pause in every now and then say you know. This meeting doesn't have to be. We're solidity in the comfort of our own homes or on offices and students via sumer via conference call.

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"brisson" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

12:20 min | 1 year ago

"brisson" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"Nothing that can be done further investigations going to happen and nothing happens it totally understand this is linked to the CIA and the FBI and the new Documents that were released by the FBI the CIA was investigating the finders Well within the nineteen sixties Marian. Petty's wife Isabel. Petty worked for the Central Intelligence Agency as secretary he put her in there to gain information from the CIA. The FBI was investigating the finders as early as the late nineteen sixties they early nineteen seventy. S as well toby. Terrell worked for a company called future enterprises feature enterprises as computer training company whose Toby Terrell he was very high up within the finders operation. His name is Robert Gardner Terrell and he was Marian Pettis second in command. What other evidence do we have the finders operation slash cold had connections and was part of this brownstone operation bit was ongoing inside of both the FBI and the CIA because as we established early on there is an irresistible desire for these intelligence organizations to use this exploitation of children regardless of? Who's doing it in this case this horrific finders group? They still want the kids so that they can entrap people in blackmail them. So how do we establish? That connection really did happen because of the equipment that was found at the warehouse as well them also taking a supposedly video cassettes and pictures out of the Warehouse Deck Attain Child Pornography that Martinez and Harold never were able to look at again. However there's many news reports. Those pictures were carrying around in plastic bags as evidence as well as in toby. Tyrrell's book the game caller and I've talked to Athena Verona's yet former FBI agent. But I will talk with her. He says that she told him that you know because he was you know she shows and she will. She calls him at future. Pies's office wanting to talk to him and he goes okay so because he's hiding out there at first so he meets her down there and to the talk and so she pretty much tells him that. Don't worry be kept under wraps. That's not an exact quote. That's using the book. But it's it's to that and so when Athena Verona's all when she goes to see the evidence Dad Ramon Martinez had found and she goes to investigate the warehouse and apartment buildings afterwards. She says she finds nothing and makes out that Martinez is a liar so they were bearing. Fbi was burying it from the get go. So that's circumstantial evidence. It's good. What other evidence do we have linking Martinez to CIA or FBI programs? What do you mean I mean other than clements giving the testimony that you know. The customs agents were told by the intelligence operations to stand down the second day of their investigation of the of the warehouse in apartment. If I remember correctly and I could be wrong. Because you're the principal investigator. I just think you have an overflow information in your head. They're told directly that this is the operation. Don't go yes they're told directly sat down. Yes who who is told winner? They told how come. That's not stems agents told this by testimony of Henry Clements who wasn't investigator BEF- Glendale in the finders and who Ramon Jd. Martinez had Mitch. That he respected clements in his whistleblower complaint to give Clinton's credibility. He was told through his investigation. That customs agents were told that this was a CI operation were told to stand down just like the reports that were the Metropolitan Police. Department reports our secret that were declassified that detective John stitcher and Jim Bradley Jim. Bradley mentions that there are connections to the Central Intelligence Agency in his report but however that Tan gently and that they were using the fighters to disseminate nate inaccurate information now only evolvement to the C. I had with finders that they would give them in Akron. Information to disseminate to to people coming disinformation campaign. John Stitcher who? We don't have his full report but I do have his chronology from the Metropolitan Police Department. There was unredacted that Henry Clements gave to me. I'm the only person with that. Copy that I know of that states that Marian petty had passports to North Korea in USSR. In Vietnam through the nineteen fifties throughout the nineteen eighties. Which would have been almost impossible to have passports to return back to the United States soil after visiting those places without having some sort of higher in connection to an intelligence agencies which is listed in that chronology John You keep bringing up these connections to Communist foreign powers China North Korea. And stuff like that. Why do you think that's important? How do you think that fits into the story? I don't think you're trying to Disparage Chinese people per no. No no no. I'm just saying that's where that's what. The evidence shows in that suspicions in terms of how these links work. Well how is the game? I mean The people as they listen to this. They're like you are they're saying. Give me the evidence gives the but then they're switching to the other side goes. What's the big picture? Why why North Korea? Why these other things? And it's because there is a world job trafficking usually through a lot of those on Java trafficking it's worldwide trafficking arms trafficking partnering with Organizations Governments Intelligence organizations that have greater freedom and control to do whatever the heck they want to people yet in unlv become allies in evil deeds. Yeah very much so so they to facilitate all this just happened within the United States and above itself you have to work with foreign intelligence agencies and foreign governments. Don't have to but it's a great cover right. Well Yeah Yeah I moved to China and now it's buried you can't get to it. It's just like if I moved outside of the government and to some private contractor dine core. Whatever now it's harder for you to get at or massage connections the Jeffrey Epstein. You know about that. So so are there any parallels between there are obviously between finders and Jeffrey Epstein and what we see in the suspicion that we have that this is a brownstone operation intelligence. Clearly there's all the links to massad there but there's also links to CIA with the obscene gays right. Yes very much. So so as I mean with Robert Maxwell Gazette Maxwell Robert Maxwell being A Term Dino the super spy for the Massad I mean that per with every brownstone operation where those Franklin or Epstein or the finders you have connections to foreign intelligence agencies connections to heads of state of a foreign governments or even the governments of your own country and I think you know the cooperate with one other exactly like you said a minute ago. Alex is is kind of you know. I can only investigate really so much. What happens to the United States? I can't really look into the massage. Connections very easily and freedom of information requests in at all over there in Israel and try to get any information of certain connections. And maybe or China you know how how to petition the Chinese government to release any information about the finders over there. Iranian fighter occurred by the Chinese government or Russia. I mean it's hard enough. The information from my own government let alone foreign governments. So you're reading this book on the finders cult slash operation. Do you ever working title at this point now. I do not weird. Do you think this book is going to take you? What is the angle on the book? What are you trying to at the end of the day? What are you trying to reveal? The biggest thing that I'm trying to do with this book is a is a way to clear Ramon j Martinez and now. He has been slandered by multiple people within the media. There's a guy trying to make a documentary named Tyler. Rabbit many finders members who interviewed Ramon Martinez and everything and he's trying to push the narrative that there's nothing to see here that there were no intelligence connections or anything like that did the basic narrative and the fighters were just progressive cult. And so you know Ramon Martinez lost everything you know. The Customs Department railroaded him when you read the whistleblower complaint I mean they shut him down. They destroyed his career so this book my main objective with this book other than to get down to the bottom of what really happened is to clear Ramon j Martinez named the best of my ability. Because you know people still to this day they throw the finders out because Ramon Martinez right wing militia nodar and you know and and that's one of the biggest problems that we have all this of trying to show a body of evidence that this occurred you know as I mentioned very early on. You have kind of set me on this journey but you know when we interviewing Annika Lucas who I just shared with you who was sold into sex slavery by her mother at six years old and one of the things about was interesting because I want to return to the satanic part of the ritual abuse so people have heard my interview with Annika and she says how she was. You know just a horrific that the rape over and over and over again but eventually they were going to kill her and then. I'm asking her and I said well some people like Ross. Dr Who I talked to also who has worked with hundreds of victims of satanic ritual abuse. So he has people that come in say it was satanic. They were wearing robes. They were drawing these inverted Pentagram in blood. And all this other this other symbolic and they were repeating these satanic phrases and he has as an investigator who has worked with the police. He says this is the evidence you can make with it what you will but this is what these people are reporting. So the interesting thing for me is I'm talking to Anika Anika you can watch her. You know five hundred thousand viewed youtube when she talks about this horror of child sex trafficking that you went through but the terms are even St- softened its child sex trafficking. It's not repeatedly being raped. And then being being on the block to be murdered and is spared. But here's the point. I was leading up to a simple. What about the Tan Parker is? I just talked to Russ. And he's big on the tennis shoes. Oh yeah it was satanic ritual abuse and I was like blown away. Let my stomach. Trump's 'cause here's somebody and she presents as this kind of European. She doesn't like to throw that out there. But when she's pushed she says of course yet satanic so. I think we need to process that in a way that gets us to that next level because you're Christian and I don't respect anyone's religious beliefs. I'm sorry I don't respect your religious beliefs. I don't respect anyone's religious beliefs because we're not supposed to. We're just supposed to follow the data we're not supposed to have. You don't need me to be kind to you or not poke at you because you have certain beliefs you put your beliefs out there and you have to back them up. And that's what everybody does but I want to get to that next. You're going to be attacked in you know this and I'm sure you already are as a crazy Christian who as trying to jam everything back into a Christian narrative and I wanNA talk. So that's one of the reasons I want to talk about this in talk about. You know we've just had a two hour discussion and union bring up Christianity. All you just said this document followed by this document followed by this police. Report followed by this.

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"brisson" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

14:41 min | 1 year ago

"brisson" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"I guess you know where I'm going and I'm trying to bring the audience along what we've come to understand is a lot of these groups that routinely testify in defense of these pedophile in these trials are kind of a will organize. Yes work of the false memories yes phony Baloney Shit connected with NAMBLA and this guy sounds like kind of the same thing in the fast. He's kind of hand picked to come in and give testimony contradict. You know to to put the facts in a certain way. Have you done any investigation into who might have been behind positioning him in that way? Other than grey colour have not been able to figure out anything else that goes higher than him now. Greenberg charging Health Realty Services. One hundred sixty eight thousand dollars for his work on the finder's case I mean. He was offered nine contracts for his work on the Finder's case improve Florida's response and training handle child sexual abuse after the case in Greenburgh even mentions through some of the articles that he does. The children were neglected. Unlike mcmartin read it and take nothing happened but he later came to the conclusion that they were not sexually abused. And so we'd only evidence that we have of sexual abuse is the examinations by Dr Moore who I tried to track down to but he's been deceased for five years and I'm still trying to track down Jane Up Patillo of the Florida Health Rehabilitation Services. This if I can get her side my he mentioned that it was in a preliminary review. This isn't you know this isn't i? Wish we had something more substantial than his plan to remove. I haven't been no. There's more than what's in the Pharma Documents imacs Livingstone lack anal speaker control consistent with previous previous sodomy and Jordan. Rico's right Hyman was absent and a large orifice which is consistent with Digital Penetration. That was never followed up so other than other them eventually saying that that nothing happened both times police department and the news media and Dr Nyman Greenberg so so. Here's the really interesting part of this story. And that's a misstatement because the whole story is interesting but let's skip ahead a little bit because the Tallahassee police are still investigating this and then there are call off it said. Hey maybe you don't WanNa look there and then let's lead back to As quickly as we can Martinez because I think that provides overwhelming evidence that these kids were being sexually molested abused tortured all the rest of it. So tie those strings together so as far the ties to police department is concerned the skip clements gave me an interview that the FBI in Jacksonville told the FBI Tallahassee to told the the ties the police department to wrap up their case recovering on the other hand just says the case was done. It had that they had reunited the children with their parents and it was up to the courts to decide whether or not anything had occurred when the children should be released back to their parents. I WanNa talk to Scott Hunt of the police department who is very vocal. At the time he was though organizer of the press about what was going on that the children were molested and at it was satanic ritual abuse. But he will not talk to anyone so hopefully one day. They Scott listens to this interview. I I hope that he does reach out to me. Reaching Derrick rose or just reaches out that someone so that is the way it is framed. Was that it's you know it just was natural course investigation. It was wrapped up and it was put off to the courts. Okay so this is what I heard. I guess I'm picking through these little bits that I remember. I heard there's people in the Tallahassee police that are really pissed off and I'm like what the Hell is going on. What do you mean? Wrap up our investigation. That's what clements said it. I would have to do with them. Because the Tallahassee Police Department documents are not redact I've made the F. B. I. released Hassi Please Farber. Doc documents redacted them and you're supposed to redact certain information most documents. Those documents are not redacted at all what I hear you saying is they are making a statement in not redacting those documents. They're saying we're not playing ball here in hiding this crime. That's what I hear you so I would have to say yes. I have no firm evidence on that I just have to say with what I know A. Yeah because most of the time you're supposed to redact certain information victims names sometimes or especially if their children you're supposed to redact their names. No reductions were performed even when I got the store for the Police Department Documents James Tower and I've seen many many many different types of documents ranging from law enforcement to FBI to see. I you reduce your supposed to redact some things ties and I'm grateful to redact anything. Nothing's redacted in a tacitly farm documents. It's just the documents and we have further evidences story. Goes that would corroborate and seem to be consistent with this idea that they were pulled off of a case that they didn't think they should be pulled off of and that's what gets us to Martinez when the same thing happens to him. So who is Ramon J Martinez? And how does he fit into the story? So ramone J. Martinez was an exemplary customs. Officer who worked for the Child Pornography on division headed by John Sullivan and your basic timeframe Mrs Ladies so as nineteen eighties. He's working for the customs office. What is the Customs Office doing investigating child pornography at one time they did they don't anymore that was ended after the finders in? Bay tried to get another. Bill passed by a Tom. Lewis Representative Tom. Lewis in Florida to reinstate the Child Pornography Unit fee. But Not John. Whenever I ask you a question you jumped three steps ahead. You're in customs. Customs is responsible for stuff that comes into the trafficking trafficking the bad stuff out in only letting good stuff in so. It isn't too much of an extension of those responsibilities to think that they would be interested in children who are not coming in and pornography that violates our laws if we child pornography done by somebody overseas. That is not supposed to come in so that might be under the purview of of Customs. It was in the nineteen eighties so Martinez was responsible for looking into this. And what does he stumble across in Washington? Dc So when the Tallahassee information's going on they contact the Washington Metropolitan Police Department wants to find out that the finders are off their Washington. So the Ma Washington Metropolitan Police Department contacts the FBI. They contact the Customs Agency so Ramone J. Martinez goes to investigate the finders warehouse in the fighters apartments buildings on W. Street and so during his investigation which I later cooperated. I'm the first person that I know of to get his partner Herald on the record with what he found about Harold. Okay so we've had Ramon Martinez reportedly Vincent Investigation. It's been on the Internet system. The days of US net back in the nineties big picture. What does that report say and then tell me about what his partner stories? I'm going to get to that. Assembly going to disclose something here that has not previously know. It's very important Bob Herald report of investigation used to be on us net to is completely scrubbed off the face of the Internet and does not exist. I cannot find Bob Herald. Tried to find a. He can't find it he doesn't have a copy of it does not exist so they set up the narrative. What I'm about to tell you about Ramon Martinez. He was alone nodar that he did this to advance his position and costumes. He made it all up and try to bury any cooperating evidence the the to his report of what he found. And that is complete an honor. Bullcrap okay well. It's again. We're going to get back. It's bullcrap because the Tallahassee police in nineteen eighty-seven arrested these guys in the park and there were all these kids that were severely mistreated and the kids tie back to Washington DC. I mean there's direct that that's why the Tallahassee police was even able to tell Martinez and as you point out Washington DC police say Oh yeah that place. We investigated that years ago. We've been investigating ever seen over the past couple of years because of reports that have called in and stuff like that. It's nothing new so that that false narrative. I mean we can spend some time on it like you're saying to let people know that it's a false narrative but we don't have to over emphasize it because it's just frigging ridiculous given everything we know. So now what does Martinez report? Actually say because we're every reason to believe that that's more truthful than the false narrative. And how does you know about healthy? You talked directly. What are those reports collectively? Let us know. So I they raid the w street apartments in there they find finders member Stuart Miles Silverstone in a room that contain many computers printers and contain numerous documents. Now when I talked to herald he told me that a majority of the computer equipment was taken out that before they had gotten there someone had tipped them off before they had raided the apartments and the warehouse. We talk about the war warehouse rate later and computers that were in the Warehouse. Were they had quite a bit in there. Too as well was completely gone. Okay and where else did they raid? The the the fighters warehouse in Washington. Dc rated both places so they found documents supposedly containing instructions on him taking children for unknown purposes. They found telex messages with MCI account numbers. They found one telex order to purchase of children of two children in Hong Kong to be arraigned from contacting the Chinese Embassy in Hong Kong of they found a Chinese national gene. Sing Wong who was an anatomy student at at Georgetown University who was staying there to also and of course Mary who was Giorico to the Tallahassee Police Department she claims that you know there are a lot of Chinese people that were around the apartments and they actually taught her to count the tinted Chinese. So this also that that's fantastic. In information it's horrible information but glad that you share all that don't they also find information on instruction manuals and how to groom part of what pornographers and child molesters would would have other consistent information with that. They find books on mind control in they find books on papers about the impregnation of the women in the finders group operation because his trip because this is people should know that among some of these groups that commit these horrible crimes against children. They're done at a very young age. So newborns infants you know. It's just prime property to this kind of evil and they also found a summary of events of Tallahassee that was being communicated by the fighters operation from the because there's two vans there was a group of fighters members who were not caught a separate from Amerman and Hollowell that went back to DC afterwards. They were sending information from a second. Trs Eighty computer. That was found outside of the University of Florida. Bengo so we have to wreck connection between the Tallahassee case and again it's like that's pissing me off about the false narratives. I'm why do we even have to talk that much about it? But there's another interesting thing that I want to get out is. There was a series of instruction. Ross how to continue moving children to avoid police detection will why what children what children other than the six children were. They you know. The deals were put into protective custody. And so you have a detail summer events of what happened in Tallahassee. Why would you get orders about a moving children to avoid police detection after so we have an incredibly creepy evil in in the way that that anyone would account for it and we'll talk about extended consciousness Mabel and talk about Christianity and Satanism all that stuff but this is evil right? So this is anyone would say anyone says this is evil. These are defenceless human beings at such a tender age. There are derived their innocence. Their lives are destroyed. It's not innocence. Their entire lives are destroyed. Their psyche is destroyed adding on their adding onto it. Mind Control and all this other horrible horrible horrific stuff. How does that connect to our United States government because it does directly in you have proof of it and we need to get that proof out there so people do want to say about the warehouse real quick that they did find Dr Nation Center. They found video equipment found jars of urine and feces in the residential area. So the warehouse. You know like when I talked about the information with Herald. He mentioned that. They had computer equipment. There that they were tipped off beforehand the night before that they had Chinese witnesses who owned a warehouse next to the finers warehouse that they were loading equipment and boxes and boxes into vans the night before the raid occurred so it took them off right which is important to know but we have enough information there to sink them a million times over and put them way down where they need to go. So imagine again. This is a law enforcement investigation Martinez in Herald are there with the rest of their investigators. It's a raid. We've seen him on. Tv We know this is what this is like but this rate only go so far because again they get the tap on the shoulder. Right well the information disappears when Martinez and Harold go to review the information you know the telex is the documents that they had fouled when they go to look at the evidence it's gone it's miraculously disappeared. It cannot be found and then Martinez meets with a source off the record that you know pretty much tells them that's it..

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"brisson" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

14:36 min | 1 year ago

"brisson" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"Anything. That could compromise them. You're going to record it. And then you're gonNA start in on this blackmail thing. That's a brownstone operation right. Yes yes even back then. You're taking pictures of you entering the hostile with a prostitute for example So yeah I mean any any evidence that they can give were. It's it's the setup to blackmail you. That is a brownstone operation for example. There have been instances of crazy spence. Throwing parties at his house was party was wire. House was wired up with two way mirrors and recording devices and famous people would go to his party's and there would be children provided there by Lawrence King for them to sexual blackmail and even practice ritual satanic abuse at those parties. The same could be said about every. Because that's GonNa that's GonNa throw people and and what what we understand now. Is that kind of what you alluded to before it kind of becomes somewhat of a slippery evil slope in that you know if you caught me doing cocaine with a prostitute and then I'm in your club and you're inviting me to your party. I may not approve of key. People molesting five year old and four year old kids. But I'm at the Party with other people. You know strange bedfellows kind of thing. Who are I may not be into satanic ritual abuse? But I am now at a party where there's other people who are trying to tap into these malevolent forces and we'll talk about that for reason and that's their thing so it's almost like this kind of crazy. Brownstone blackmail thing creates this kind of Cesspool. That doesn't necessarily have to have a full on purpose for joining all these different people together. They kind of congregate by the force of the BROWNSTONE blackmail operation gas. And of course everybody. Who's gone to this? These parties may have not participated in a you know the darkest of things that occur like ritual satanic abuse or or or or child abuse at these parties. Some of it can be compartmentalized. I grew with you on that Now now separate that separate the wheat from the chaff as they say. That can be very difficult. I'm usually have to look at someone's position within the world order. How much power. They have seriously doubt you know. Bill Clinton didn't do anything wrong lead express for example or Donald Trump you know hanging around Epstein to as well going to his house frequently and everything like that and you know controversial wits just because he's an attorney and yeah I mean I mean I agree and I think this is like another important point and the point I would make is burden of proof. At what point does the burden of proof shift to these people need to prove to us that they weren't involved if you were in the Franklin Scandal Party with King and we know that he was trafficking children sexually abusing children doing child pornography? And all these other crazy stuff than the burden of proof. I think she just shifts to you. You're at the party. You should have known or probably knew that these things were going on proved to us that it's not true and in the news. Recently we have Prince Andrew. He cannot prove that so now he looks. He looks really bad because he can't establish we. All accept this idea of burden burden of proof and the burden of proof has now shifted. So I'm sorry. Go ahead no I was GONNA say you're hundred percent right of course with Prince Andrew. He claims to picture that he took with a Virginia Roberts. It was a doctor picture. Would obviously that is her him with you. Know just maxwell standing behind them you know. It's obviously not photoshop picture But that's what he's claiming you know. So he can't just like warranty king enough people ask. Will these if this is true? The wire these cases prosecuted to the extent of all these people in jail. I mean if you believe in a world order type structure or however you WanNa put it. That the government's GONNA protect it's own self interest when the running these operations. That's not going to happen Lawrence. He King did not go to jail for running a massive sexual black bell ring molesting children and that he went to jail for embezzlement of funds from the Frankly Community Credit Union worse yet his CO conspirators in Lincoln Nebraska. And we have to keep backing up and on how this is GonNa work again. People are just going to tune out or they've already heard all this stuff and they think we're not going to cover anything new and we're going to cover something new but the Franklin scandal is kind of well documented but what I was in a point out the real tragedy. I think that people find in this is that when it came to prosecutions. They actually prosecuted the victims. Yes got him convicted for perjury? Which when we look at it through the Lens of now knowing that clearly those people were guilty. Clearly I mean when they first rated king who was set up to run this phoney Baloney Savings and loan and was running. It was running into the ground and was embezzling all this money but they go grab his computer and they find all sorts of child porn on the computer so again. It's physical evidence that this stuff is going on. And he's taking the kids and the kids say they took me to Bohemian Grove. Nanna was sold out and all this stuff but then these kids these kids are actually prosecuted for. Because they're now testifying against some very very powerful people in the Lincoln Nebraska Connected elite and they get the whole thing reversed and get these guys convicted of perjury. Which is just an absurd. You know injustice in other thing I WANNA mention. You keep throwing world order and you've kind of said that a couple of times. I don't want to say that I don't want to go there. Because that's a whole other discussion. I think we if we do get back to the finders caught with streaky Chinese factors. There's many different ways to understand it and one clear way of understanding it. Is that what we talk about? In terms of Brown's stoning and a brownstone operation and and blackmail and that this would be an just an irresistible tool for intelligence organizations to us. They can say well we could send a dozen agents out in the field and we could and get on the inside. Penetrate this group or we could just film this one guy doing these horrible deeds to an eight year old girl and then he'll give us the whole thing. So which should we do a three year undercover operation? That's going to cost all this money in May expose us to all these blowback or do we just do this one little trick over here but in in doing that trick we have to partner with the most evil people in the world who you know groom and traffic little kids for sex and some intelligence guy says yeah but you know really when you look at it from a cost benefit analysis. Maybe we should do that. I mean that's what the finders cultures about or or maybe we should run guns or run drugs. Rencontre and cruncher evolves all three of them gun-running child pornography and running through the Franklin scandal. And in in in drug running gun running so all of that. So all the The I guess. I say we're taking a long time to get to the finders however is important because we have to lay the groundwork at this isn't just one specific instance that this occurred. It's occurred in multiple multiple instances. I know I've seen as you know on everybody's minds now because that's the most recent one. But they're I mean the the the plural affair in the nineteen sixties in in Franklin mcmartin. And and I mean it. It's not just one isolated event and they're using all of this and and my guess is prosecutions never happened early so the greed that they should have even in the daycare scandal is to limit. All safe I mean they're still. They're limiting witch-hunt. They're saying witch-hunts today when it comes to trump and and him being in having not to do anything you'll see the Vanak and it's interesting because you'll have people like Michael Savage who compare the the Russian Russian witch hunted trump to mcmartin and say well mcmartin witch hunt. And so you know very you know this is you know the Russians scandals which hunts. You'll see that a lot of it's still being using fanatic today and still being pushed by people that you should be intelligent. I mean Michael. Savage wrote a book on famous witch hunts in his book for mcmartin. He does not read this. Take the time or anything. He lists as his source a lists verse article on mcmartin. I mean it's it's date. Does they made this by design in my opinion so that they can continue to get on with their brownstone operations because no one thinks twice about sending their children to daycares anymore. Don't twice because if you think about it is just it's just satanic panic. What are you doing? Why are you concerned about sending your kid off and I'm pretty sure abuses are still occurring? We just don't hear about them anymore because reporters are gonNA report it because of what happened with all the daycare scandals in nineteen eighty and nineteen nineties. So so let's take one more stab at gun active fires because we've kind of talked around about it and I kind of set us. Maybe in a different direction. So the finders cults what what is it? Why is it a cult per se? And then what is the connection to what we're talking about these browns stoning operations? It's a coal. Because Marianne petty was the leader of a group of people that would enter an exit out of the finders and when they enter to the fighters they would give up their monetary possessions. They would give up their real estate. Which you would normally see with colts of how the leader would get everything and they put everything into it was caught in visible bank. Where they you know petty would say well. If you left you'd get your stuff. Back well fighters members would later sue. That would leave the call that would not get you know what they put back into the visible bank back on now. I would actually argue a Colt and I've Kinda changed it in the book. I'm writing references as a colt to make it more palatable people but I do actually think it's more should be more classified as the finders operation because it seems like what it is with you know Marian Pettis ties initially to the office of. She's services him being part of the Air Force in later information that we have from the investigator leaves member of being trained in espionage at the Jesuit College. Georgetown University tick us through a timeline. With petty petty joined the Air Force and he was show four to many famous people at the time he showed forward. Harry Truman. Dwight D Eisenhower HAP HAP Arnold who was head of the Air Force One heads Air Force at the time so he chauffeured many many high up elite people around the time of World War Two and afterwards and he was also a owning These apartment buildings in Washington D C that he was renting two officers. She's services members so he's had connections to the government highest levels of government even back then now. He claims a he got the money to start the finders and to buy property in Virginia by winning Poker Games over time. I just saved this money to buy land where the vest Leads MEMO. That was leading. We still don't know who the author of that is has made references to that it was him knowing people within intelligence was how he got that money because he had I level connections. It wasn't he was the by all these hundreds of acres of land. It wasn't from him. Winning Coker gains while he was in the military right. And and that would be consistent with kind of what we're seeing with the latest breaking kind of inside story of the Epstein thing and maybe WanNa talk about that as for most people that even begin to understand Epstein. They weren't even awake to any of it until the phone hanging. And then even just the average citizen goes come on. That's just ridiculous. The suicide thing. It doesn't fit with the kind of next level research that people are doing. Says you really? If you look at it Epstein looks a lot more like a frontman fog. Guy Thing yes yes. One of the telltale signs of that is the stuff is in his name. No one puts their name on stuff when they're doing those kind of deeds and I think the same is true in what you're talking about the whenever we see somebody. I own the land. I only apartments and I'm doing. I'm part of this brownstone operation. Then it's like well you're probably just a front man because no one who's really doing that stuff would be having their name on the line. What do you think about that? And and maybe fill people in on the Epstein thing that I might be leaving now no one hundred percent agree with you according to Epstein. I think he was lower on the rung when it comes to the like Orange King. Thank you know that they were people. Craig Spence was hired Lorenzi King. There were people higher up within these organizations and Lawrence King was the fall man. Jeffrey Epstein was the fall man. So Jeffrey up you'll deal guilty fall in love hours. Oh of course I'm not I'm just I'm not no. I'm not saying that at all. I'm just saying those people go down the higher up. People keep their hands clean..

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Washington Capitals' Nicklas Backstrom Scores As His Own Agent With 5-Year, $46 Million Extension

ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Washington Capitals' Nicklas Backstrom Scores As His Own Agent With 5-Year, $46 Million Extension

"In the time since we last did. ESPN and ice the PODCAST. ESPN talk about hockey nick. Backstrom made agents irrelevant relevant. That's that's fascinating. Yeah well I mean if everyone could just have as good a relationship that Niklas backstrom seems to have heavily on the tire. capitals organization. Then we wouldn't agents at all five years forty six million dollars. An average annual value of nine point two million against the CAP. Some bonus stuff like he did the thing I mean maybe maybe agent could have got more ridiculous term or something but I mean from a dollar but dollars perspective. He did quite my good from self and he keeps his own agency. I mean this is genius like the how much more in real dollars Nick backstrom get for the agents out of the equation. He's quite smart. And I've gotta say the One guy that's probably quite not happy about this. Is Brandon Hopi. Because this is kind of foreshadowing what I believe to be true. Is that the capitals now will not enough money to sign Hopi to a long term extension. They haven't talked yet and it's now the earliest Samsonov era but look good on Niklas backstrom. He's making the other guys like drew doughty. Who didn't get the best deal when he did it himself? Look kinda dumb and the caps got this guy for another five years. Look I understand what you're saying about Hopi. I completely understand that I get it. I get the capital's goaltending situation that said if he fires is agent and hires Nick Backstrom. I'm sure he'll get the deal that he's looking for with the capitals officials. Nick Backstrom is now the new Pat Brisson. This is the second career

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Washington Capitals' Nicklas Backstrom Scores As His Own Agent With 5-Year, $46 Million Extension

ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Washington Capitals' Nicklas Backstrom Scores As His Own Agent With 5-Year, $46 Million Extension

"In the time since we last did. ESPN and ice the PODCAST. ESPN talk about hockey nick. Backstrom made agents irrelevant relevant. That's that's fascinating. Yeah well I mean if everyone could just have as good a relationship that Niklas backstrom seems to have heavily on the tire. capitals organization. Then we wouldn't agents at all five years forty six million dollars. An average annual value of nine point two million against the CAP. Some bonus stuff like he did the thing I mean maybe maybe agent could have got more ridiculous term or something but I mean from a dollar but dollars perspective. He did quite my good from self and he keeps his own agency. I mean this is genius like the how much more in real dollars Nick backstrom get for the agents out of the equation. He's quite smart. And I've gotta say the One guy that's probably quite not happy about this. Is Brandon Hopi. Because this is kind of foreshadowing what I believe to be true. Is that the capitals now will not enough money to sign Hopi to a long term extension. They haven't talked yet and it's now the earliest Samsonov era but look good on Niklas backstrom. He's making the other guys like drew doughty. Who didn't get the best deal when he did it himself? Look kinda dumb and the caps got this guy for another five years. Look I understand what you're saying about Hopi. I completely understand that I get it. I get the capital's goaltending situation that said if he fires is agent and hires Nick Backstrom. I'm sure he'll get the deal that he's looking for with the capitals officials. Nick Backstrom is now the new Pat Brisson. This is the second career

"brisson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

12:47 min | 2 years ago

"brisson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"So Dr Brisson is with me today to talk about five ways to know when it's time to say goodbye, welcome, Dr Boyce on. It's great to be here. I you know, I always love coming to talk to you about our canine patients. Well, I love having you and I love the area that you are passionate about not, because it's particularly I don't know wonderful, but because it happens to all of us that love animals. They just don't live long enough. So if you love a dog you're going to reach the end of their life, and I wanna provide some guidance for people out there that are listening, and I want to explore some of the ways to know when it is time to say goodbye. So what do you think is number one way to start a no? It might be time. So the first thing that is so important, and this is important, not. Just for when it's time but for or any kind of problem with your dog is to know what their normal behavior is. And know when there are changes pets don't often give big signs that something is wrong. Sometimes they just stopped doing the things that bother them. And we don't really notice because we see them every day or were really busy, my dachshund, who had cognitive dysfunction, which is in a doggy Alzheimer's. He was sleeping something like twenty two or twenty three hours a day. But it happened so gradually that even though I work from home. I just didn't notice because it just crept up on the one day I was actually home and he hadn't moved the entire day that I was working from home. And I thought, wow, that's really weird. And then it kind of clicked in. Oh, gosh. She's been sleeping so much. And I just didn't realize it. Yeah. And it does sneak up because the right there, and there with you, and you're busy, and, and so I always advise my clients to really pay attention and be really tuned in to what's going on. And not. Not to hide their head in the sand because they kind of know that these are important questions. So yes, changes, yes, and also changes for Dodd's, especially if their dogs that go for a walk or get let out in the backyard. If you notice that those walks are getting shorter or they're getting tired faster or they're not as eager to, to get their leash their harness. Put on those are all signs of that can be signs of pain. Those can be breathing difficulty if they're, they're suddenly panting, when they're indoors and the AC is on, and that doesn't make any sense. Anything new or different is worth getting checked out. That's often the way that we find these earliest when we pay attention to any changes that they have. So if someone out bear has a job that has been diagnosed with a terminal disease, and they know and they're on this journey. What do you think might be some other things besides noticing some subtle changes like changes in appetite? What else do you think they might want to watch for? So I have kind of my five things that are quality of life issues that are kind of bare minimum for quality of life. And those are we want them to eat. We don't want them to vomit that food up. We want them clean and dry. We don't want them to be in pain. We don't want them to be anxious or afraid and then the on that we want them to still love and hate all the things they usually love and hate, and they need to have more good days than bad. So that's kind of my bare minimum for quality of life in pets. And so when we have pets that are vomiting all the time, or having diarrhea all the time now, some pets have chronic diarrhea, and we manage that and they're comfortable, and that's great. But if they're having enough vomiting diarrhea, that they're losing weight. So they're unable to get the nutrition that they need then that needs to be addressed and something else with that is that's messy. That's unpleasant. So if they're having accidents in the house, and the owners are getting stressed about that and medication is not helping than we really need to consider whether we would want to live with those same symptoms. Vomiting all the time and having diarrhea all the time in not being able to, to consume or keep food in their body. That's miserable. And so, I know if I was vomiting every day, and having diarrhea every day, I would be questioning whether I really wanted to stay around on this earth. So we need to, to look at that and kind of ask ourselves would we wanna live the way that our pet is living? And if the answer is no, then we either need to address that with some hospice, and palliative care, or we need to consider saying goodbye. Well, that's perfect so eating being number one hundred list I love to eat and food is joy and his friend. It is I say, I work out so that I can eat. You too. Yeah, I own a night, so that I can eat cheeseburgers. That's exactly, so but I think dogs are that way too. I mean, I you patients that are not really food motivated, but I would say for the most part, if you find the right food most dogs really love to eat, and I also am not a big fan of throwing up. Throw up. So if I if I have a stomach virus, and nothing can help me and it, it just went on and on and on. That would be a quality of life issue for me. So I think what you're saying is that it might be for your dog to definitely and boy, we are peas in Potter. We every time you do a podcast. We find out where exactly alike. I'm severely a metaphor, Becca vomit phobic. So anything I can do to avoid vomiting. I'm right there. The other thing I wanna bring up real quickly is that some people will, tell me, well, he's not ready to be used is because he's still eating and a lot of my canine patients go out. I mean I put them to sleep and they've got food in their mouth, 'cause I usually spoil them rotten on their last visit and they chewed ever, they want, so don't use that as your yardstick on because there there's plenty of distress and suffering that can happen, even if a pet is still eating, and so it's definitely quality of life issue. If they're not eating on, especially if they're Naasi aided if you notice that they're drooling licking their lips a. Not going to the food dish, like they really wanna eat. But then turning away. Let's not to say that they have to be euthanized for that. But if they're on all kinds of medications to prevent that from happening, and they're still struggling I can imagine for a dog being unable to eat but still be hungry would be absolutely lousy on because I know if I was hungry for cheeseburger, but could put in my mouth, I'd be really sad. So we need to make sure we understand that appetite in either direction isn't a an absolute reason for euthanasia, but we do need to know that they can go out still eating and for me that means they're kind of in that zone between too early and too late. And we haven't let it get to the point where they just aren't eating at all. And a lot of dog patients end stage. Arthritis is the reason we're putting them to sleep and often they have a fantastic appetite because their body from the waist down. That's having a problem, the rest of them is doing just fine. So we're two pays in a podcast because that had to be fed. Right. I love it. All right. So, yes, I think. Aiding is joy for me and for dogs, a lot of dogs, but I have a basket full of goodies. All my patients and even mine, and I end of life visits, we ply them with goodies. And sometimes they're eating and that doesn't mean that we're wrong to make that choice. So I'm glad that you pointed that out because I think that that is important. So you said something else, and I would say it's probably number three on your list. They should be clean and dry. So can you kind of expand on that a little bit short so dogs if they're well trained? They typically you well and don't have accidents in the house. Some do I have dachshunds? So so we still fight with that occasionally. But, but they know they're not supposed to go to the bathroom in the house. So if they are unable to control and their urinating on themselves or having bowel movements on themselves, and they're getting dirty, especially are big dogs, you know, in ninety pound dog, it's really hard to get them up if they're having trouble walking and clean them. And sometimes even cleaning them. His painful, I recently had a hospice patient that one of our main quality of life issues. Was that she absolutely despised having a bath because it hurt to have a bath. And that was one of the owners lines in the sand if we can't get her comfortable enough to have a bath and stay clean, and dry than we're going to have to consider euthanasia because they knew that she just hated being dirty and smelly but she also hated the opposite of having a bath. So we also note when people bedsores urine Skuld, they can actually you're in, if they sit at long enough can burn their skin. So these are serious quality of life issues, and they don't want to be dirty and messy, and we all think about if we were stuck in bed, and unable to, to get up and use the bathroom, and we were going to the bathroom on ourselves that would be very distressing. And so it's distressing for pets often too, and we do have ways we can keep them clean. There are ways to keep them dry. But that's one of one of my big quality of life issues. They need to be comfortable and sitting in urine, or stool is not comfortable hand. I think there's an owner component to. And I tell people all the time, you know what your dog wants you to be happy to if you cannot physically keep them clean with your schedule, or your physical limitations, then that's a place where I think your dog wouldn't want you to suffer either. Yes. And if you think about it, if you're working all day, and I work all day you work all day and your pet is sitting at home, and they don't have the ability to move around. We have these big dogs that are down in the rear, and they don't walk while if they do get up and fall and hurt themselves. Are they going to be sitting for eight hours in pain, because no one's gonna come check on them if they are sitting in your inner stolen can't get away from it and have to sit in that smelly mess for hours at a time those times to consider that, maybe the kindest, thing for them would be to let them go. You know, we certainly don't expect you to quit your job and stay home with them all the time. But some diseases if we're going to, to do hospice on them properly would require that. And it's okay to say. Say I can't do that, or that's not the right thing for my family. Also, you know, if you can't get up and go to the food dish or if they're leg gets tangled in a blanket, and they can't resolve that, that is very unpleasant people in hospice care. Their autonomy is very important to them. The ability to make decisions about their own body is really important. The other big factor is boredom if your pets sits in bed all day long. I mean if they're snoozing, and they're elderly, that's fine, elderly pet sleep a lot. But if they're sitting in their bed all day long. I mean that gets boring. I get cabin fever. If I'm if I stay at home for more than like a day or two without going out. I can't imagine these pets that do nothing but sit in the bed day after day after day. And I just attended a lecture at the av may conference where they talked about how boredom actually intensifies feelings of paintings -iety, so that's something else to consider. If we can't enrich their lives, then maybe it's time for them to go so that they don't have to sit day after day being bored or uncomfortable and. I think people feel bad and feel guilty that they can't quit their jobs and stay home. But that's not realistic and your dog doesn't want the amount of stress that would be created by you. Quitting your job your dog wouldn't one that, oh, my gosh. Absolutely. I wrote an article, but it's actually a handout that I give all of my clients about what to expect after your pet passes and in it over and over again. I say, you know, if you can sleep through the night, because your pet is gone. Enjoy that your pet loves nothing more than taking a nap. So if they can give you that I'm sure they would want to that's something, you know, maybe we can put together for your listeners on that. They can have access to that, that article, but, you know, your pet doesn't want you to suffer for them, and they don't want to suffer for you, either. So I think it's okay if they're suffering on either side that we can't alleviate, it's okay to say goodbye. I tell people all the time, there are plenty of things that are worse than death. And we as humans especially here in the United States feel like there's nothing worse than death. But, but suffering. As far worse. And so if we can let them go and avoid that suffering. It's okay to say goodbye a little early. So you said something else that is on your top five list, that things that they love and the things that they hate can you go into that a little bit for me. Sure perfect. Example, is my dachshund who had cognitive dysfunction. He loved me. This dog was on my lap in my face trying to lick my nose with his stinky, dachshund breath all the time and with the cognitive dysfunction. One of the things that happened was, he didn't want to be touched on not just by me. But by anyone and it got to a point where he would actually nip at me, if I tried to touch him, he was on pain medication. I knew we had because he was old in our threat, and he was a oxen. He has a bad back, but I was treating all of that. So he just part of the part of his brain that loved me wasn't there anymore? And so I knew that, that change was was a biggie..

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"brisson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"brisson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Have sort of a sobering topic today. But something that really really needs to be discussed. And Dr Sharib we saw and I have been talking about the five ways to know when it's time to say goodbye, and we talked about eating and helmet. She and I both like that. And your dog probably likes it too. We've talked about keeping your food down not vomiting and having diarrhea and reaching a point where those medications really aren't making an impact and that pets liked to be clean and dry, and that can depend on what the owner is able and willing to do and your dog wants you to be happy as well. And whether or not your dog is able to do the things that they love or even experiencing the things that they hate. So the last thing Dr Brisson that I really wanted to hit. And I think it's it's super culminate. Of all of this is you said that you would like for the jobs have more good than bad each day. Can you go into that? Some certainly so we again, we kind of when we we live with these pets all the time. We don't notice things because they happen so gradually, and I think we get to a point where most clients I think call me when they get to where the dog is having good hours in the day, but not even full good days anymore. And so I think thinking about that as your pet ages. What is a good day for your pet and kind of listing those things of what makes a day good. What does he really enjoy? And as you see these things drop off not just to wait for them to drop off and then youth Anais, but to talk about your vet or talk to your about these things a little bit sooner. But we want them to have more good times than that. I think all of us want that for our own lives. And so if you you know, if they're sleeping a whole lot. You know, sleep is is okay. If it's if it's restful and they're not agitated or anxious. I think that's fine. But there may. A reason for that that that they're uncomfortable and they're trying to hide from pain. So we just need to make sure that we don't take their happiness for granted. If they still get so excited when you come home, and they want to be petted and loved and they're still enjoy going for walks, even if there are a little shorter than I think, we're doing okay. But we need to address the things that make their their quality of life poor. And I think a lot of times we just like you said stick our heads in the sand and hope for the best. And then when our pet is only having one or two good hours in a day or just a few good minutes in a day. Then we're calling and by then it's at the point where where we really don't have a lot of options except extreme hospice care or euthanasia. And sometimes even those pets I being a hospice that I can always come up with something to do. But often I get to that point. And I just I wish they called me sooner because I could have helped and may be given them some more time. So you had something that I know that you do that. I want to share you said that when you were going. Through an end of life experience you made a list. So can you tell my dog lovers a little bit about your list? Yes. When I was preparing to lose, my my little dachshund. He was eating like a little pig, but he was having some serious pacing at night and and issues that come with cognitive dysfunction. And so when I'm going to lose a pet I have to talk to myself like I talked to my clients because I am terrible. I am just a freak out. Mom, and I suddenly forget everything I know about veterinary medicine, so the hospice vet hat goes on. And I talked to myself in my head and say, okay, you know, are you meeting all the quality of life issues? I'll take my own quality of life quiz on my website and see how my head is doing. But with my dachshund, it was hard because he was still so interested in food, and he really his brain was his his main problem, you know, he had a little bit of back pain and stuff, but nothing I couldn't handle with hospice care. And so it was hard for me to make the call. And so I made a list of all the things he would be missing if he wasn't here tomorrow. And that was the good and the bad, and I broke my. Heart. But the only good thing on the list was two bowls of food because he didn't love my husband, and I any more. He didn't want to be near us. He paced all the time. He didn't play with his toys. He just didn't do any of his normal behaviors. And I kept him going because I hadn't sat down and really thought about what brought him joy in life, and he got pleasure from eating his breakfast and eating his dinner and any treats in between. And that was it, and that's no life at all. And so that was finally what what got my husband, and I to go. Oh, wow. You know, we've really this has gone onto long, and we need to to say goodbye. So you mentioned that on your website. There is a quiz is that what you said. Yes. So my website is h h P hospice dot com or helping hands pet hospice dot com and under the quality of life tab. There are the things that we talked about for my bare bones minimum quality of life. And then underneath that. There's a longer kind of quiz that has all kinds of symptoms. You are welcome. Any of your listeners are welcome to go there. And take the quiz and send it to me. I'll be happy to talk to you in general terms about your pet or just to take the quiz and kind of get that list and see. Wow. You know, that's a lot of stuff and printed out and take it to your veterinarian and tell them these are the things I'm noticing that my pet is having trouble with what can we do about them? And I think putting things on paper were so emotional about our pets. I think really kind of pros and cons writing things down. And I tell families everyone in the family should take the quiz separately. Because I'm amazed at how differently people interpret how their pets behaving, and it helps me to help them to know. Okay. They agree on these issues. But these issues they disagree on. So let's delve into that deeper. And what is your wife seeing that your husband's not seeing or vice versa? So we can all get on the same page. So I think an objective assessment can be really helpful in in deciding what's going on. And you mentioned that some owners kind of have a line in the sand. If she doesn't want to chase her baller. She doesn't want to eat her breakfast or whatever. And so. So things like that questionnaires in communication with your veterinarian can help you draw your line in the sand. I think definitely and lines can change. You don't it's not set in stone. But you know, for instance, I have clients that have their own medical problems. And they say, you know, I have a large dog if I get to the point where I have to lift him up off the floor, then I can't do this anymore. And I think that's really that's really good to know what your limitations are. Because certainly your dog would not want you to end up having to have back surgery because you had to haul them up off the floor because I can be painful for them too. So it's painful for you and painful for them and pain medication isn't helping then it may be time. And and that's okay. I think our own limitations, whether they're financial or emotional or time or physical. I think we really need to consider that because we tend to be selfless with our pets and want to do everything for them. But sometimes that is detrimental to us and our pets are here. So that we can love them, and they can love us, and we can bring each other mutual joy, if we're hurting each other then. We need to really consider whether this needs to go on. Well, I have so much enjoyed talking to you. I think that this information is going to help a lot of people. I think that I want everybody to know there's not a perfect time because every dog is an individual in every pet owner is an individual. So if you can use the things that we've talked about to kinda help you decide your own, and you know, that there's not really a wrong answer. And there's not really a perfect time. I really think that that should be our parting gift that we give you all do you have anything else that you would like to add Dr boy on? No, I think that's it. I just I feel for pet owners because I am one. And I just know how hard this decision is. And I know so many of them say, I'm not strong enough or was too weak to make the caller. I waited too long, and they beat themselves up forever. There is a zone between too early in too late. And it's a very big zone. And even the too early in the too late are subjective. So don't be hard on yourselves. Oh, you are. Or trying to do what you're what you need to do for your pet in every decision. You're making is being made out of love. And you can't go wrong when you're doing that. So we just need to make sure we're addressing their quality of life issues. And if they need pain medication or they need something to help them be more comfortable that we provide that. And if we can't or we won't or they're the pet won't take the medication that we say goodbye rather than than letting them be in distress. But but take it easy on yourself. This is hard for everyone including trained professionals. Yeah. That's a perfect closing statement. Because it's definitely hard for me. And I know it has been hard for you. And it will always be hard. It's always going to be hard. But communicate with your veterinarian look up, Dr we signs website. So that you can see her little checklist and make your own list of the good things and the bad things that your dog might be missing. If he or she wasn't here tomorrow, that's really helpful. And I think that that's where I'm going to close so everybody will remember it. So thank you. Dr. John for joining me today. I really love this me to thank you for having me also add like to thank all my dog lovers for tuning in to doctor cat gone to the dogs on pet life.

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Young Russian Musicians Struggle Under Government Scrutiny

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:15 min | 2 years ago

Young Russian Musicians Struggle Under Government Scrutiny

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast back in the days of the Soviet Union. The government tried to control everything from the way. Young people dressed to the kind of music. They listen to well now generation is coming of age that was born after the collapse of the communist system. Young Russians are rebelling against the rules and regulations of the Putin regime through rap music. Here's NPR's Lucian Kim from Moscow at the end of November Dmitri Kuznetsov a twenty five year old rapper known as husky made headlines when thirty stopped him from performing the southern Russian city of Krasnodar. Husky jumped onto a parked car outside the club and started rapping with fans before being hauled off by policemen. It has latest track poem about the motherland. He raps about the hardships in his gritty hometown eastern Siberia. The book. With McCain skis arrests set up a wave of protests by Russian musicians, but also sparked even more concert bands across the country. The 'electronic music duo ice peak who jokingly call their work audiovisual terror or detained by police at the Novosibirsk train station causing them to miss a scheduled gig their troubles began after they posted a macabre video on YouTube called death. No more. Gutty than me. Yes. Martha sad. I see video lead singer and a C Chris Lynn described setting herself on fire in front of the Russian government building. And things that are blood is pure than the purest drugs on us Puccio obsessionally could heap. It's a descriptive video. We're not revealing anything new in it. We're just saying out loud, the things that people would like to say, but they're afraid to describe the state of mind of a person of our generation who really has nothing to look forward to and can't expect any changes Christly and our partner nNcholas Kristof are both in their mid twenties. Coastal says that young people who may not have cared about politics before are now paying attention because their music is being targeted and what connects young people everywhere he says is the internet systems, Moses due to them. Slow shoots, everyone watches YouTube. Listen to the same American rappers and follows the same TV show that we have a lot in. Common with people our age around the world, I'm more like some guy my age in Mexico than my neighbor, who's two generations older Costello might as well be. Speaking about President Putin who sixty six years old the uproar over the band concerts was so loud, it even reached Putin's attention during a meeting with cultural figures mope approaches than than to get the said rap Brisson three pillars sex, drugs and protests. He said simply banning concerts would be counterproductive, but added that the government's job is to lead and guide youth culture. It wasn't long before a video appeared on YouTube sampling Putin's words into a wrap of zone. Yes. Six. Six. Gil in a meal. Ch- Inca says young people in Russia's large cities are already culturally oriented toward western Europe and follow global trends. When you call my three two. Melting because his communication between the government and young people is broken down because they live in two parallel worlds. She says the authorities are still molded by the Soviet impulse to regulate but that their attempts are bound to fail since Russia's youth cultures diverse and very hard to control Nikolai custody of the group ice peak can confirm that moving his throat on the some dude of discipline says even though half the concerts were canceled on their last tour. They returned home with new inspiration their fans, he says really want to make a change for the better in Russia. Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow. That. With on the McGill. The.

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"brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

"Knight. Welcome back everyone. Gerry brisson? Dr Phil Knight here wrap up this edition of food for thought that was Cheryl Kirshenbaum our guest, Jerry and while. Yeah, she's great. I mean, again, I'm just amazed at how many smart people care about this issue and are making a difference and are working hard. So that we can do better. I mean, I really like what she's doing how she's doing it and the level of intelligence that she puts to everything she does is she's amazing. And I'm glad she's our friend and doing a great job there at MSU, and and hosting the the our table discussions traveling around the state, and it's pretty cool deal. I mean, that's a literal table that they carved out of a fallen tree from the MSU campus, and they're taking it around the state and having a town hall, and she's leading those discussions, and and great to have our friend and an expert that we can call on here. Food for thought. So. We've got taken about the broader question that we talked with Cheryl about about policy that is evidence based and how that affects us and how it should be created rather than from any other stance other than than a scientific evidence based data. We we've we've seen a little bit of a hit that's gone on here during the for the food banks in the state of when tax credits were taken away about eight years ago. But there is a Bill that is before the house and is moving through the Senate, and we'll move to a four vote fairly soon that would restore those tax credits on behalf of the food banks, and that's house Bill number six four three three. So you did a little math figuring there. And I think it's I think it's indicates how good policy can affect our work. Well, you know, we talk a lot about ROI. So let's just really look at the return on investment on that tax credit. You've got what the tax credit is. It's a one hundred dollars for an individual two hundred dollars for a married couple. And so it's a credit, which means if you if you give money to food Bank. You get a hundred dollars of that money back in a state tax credit, which means that hundred dollars cost you nothing. But what did it give? Well, it gave on average based on what food banks do for every dollar six hundred meals. And if it's a married couple that's twelve hundred meals, and it costs the consumer nothing. Now, does it cost the state something? Sure it does. But when you think about that hundred dollars providing six hundred meals or the two hundred dollars providing twelve hundred meals that's going right back into making people healthy productive and successful. It helps the state it's good for the individuals. And it's a tremendous help to the food banks as you said, Phil only half the problem is solved. It is one of the least costly most effective things we can do to drive success for our state. Well, and treasury scored this Bill and it really costs. State. So when you look at the whole selection of bills, it's is is bills that affect foodbanks homeless shelters and community foundations when they scored this Bill, it was only going to cost the state around seventeen million dollars total for all three of those. So now, somebody says, hey, seventeen million dollars a lot of money. Not in perspective of the state budget is really not that much money. They're not gonna miss it. But it's going to do so much good for our hungry neighbors and our communities and our education and our healthcare and for workforce retention. It's a win win win win win. And it's how government and private nonprofits can work affectively together. Right. It's a policy that puts the work where the work can be done cheapest and best and it the choice is up to the individual. So there it's nothing. Anyone has to do. It's something that people can do. And if they do it. It it makes a huge impact for the people in our state. So I know it's it's a little bit of a selfish plug on the radio show today. But nonetheless, it's an important Bill. We wanna make sure people know about it and support it because it will make a tremendous difference in our goal to have a food secure Michigan. Yeah. Call Email syndicate pigeon. Whatever you gotta do is house Bill six four three three and that would support and restore the tax credit for food banks that was taken away about eight years ago. So Jerry what's on tap for next week? We're going to keep this conversation about evidence based policy going pretty strong. We got the emergency food assistance program, and some changes that we are hoping are gonna come about their to make things better and our community stronger. We're going to talk about how tariffs has created an opportunity for food banks through trade mitigation food. I know. Wow. That's sounds really. Sexy. It's riveting and then last we're going to talk about ways, we're working with the Michigan department of education with a couple of school districts around. How are we making food security more possible for kids in school all very much evidence based and all having absolutely to do with policy? Hey, I'm interested. I'll be here. So it's great. So I guess it's time for a little food for thought. Some years ago, I was discussing with the policy director of United States Senator why I believe the Senator should vote a certain way on a specific Bill. I laid out my reasoning in a logical manner. I was sure to include the senators own language and phrases as I framed, my reasoning the young man who had tremendous responsibility on the Senator staff and was under a great deal of stress because he was the one who would have to convince the Senator to change his mind looked up at me interrupted me and said stop fill don't confuse me with the facts. And therein lies the problem. Don't confuse me with the facts the great American. Scientists Isaac Asimov said there's a cult of ignorance in the United States. And there always has been the strain of anti intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge. I think we should scrutinize our policymakers at many levels and one of those is candidate be moved to do. What is right best and true when presented by solid evidence based data can they cast off the shackles of dogma and move to create policy that systematically gives people a.

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"brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

09:56 min | 2 years ago

"brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

"Gerry Brisson, Dr Phil Knight here, and our guests, Cheryl Kirshenbaum, and okay. So quite the big topic that you teed up a few minutes ago. I mean, okay, we we've talked about everything else on this show. So let's do world hunger or food production. Anyway, at least, or at least how are we gonna feed everyone who's being born and we're living longer. I mean, maybe that's the cookies on the right shelf. Well, that's true. And by the way, there is a study out that's just released here in Michigan. And that part of that study said this, and it's disrupting disparities at our partners at over at AARP Michigan. And they said the person who's going to live one hundred and fifty years has already been born. Talk about living longer. Yeah. Right. Yeah. But the truth is, none of us will know if that is true right by the time. By the time. It's true or not. And half of us won't have the habits to propel us. That's a different issue. Well, I think this is such an important part of the conversation because up until now yes, there are all kinds of reasons that people don't have enough to eat, but it's primarily distributional shortcomings and income inequality different social situations. We have enough food for everyone. It doesn't reach everyone. But in the next twenty thirty years, that's not necessarily going to be the case because by twenty fifty between nine billion and ten billion people are going to be on this planet, and we have less land available climate change is making that happen, even more. So we're trying to be more conservative with our resources. We have to be more efficient, and yet there are more people. We know things are going to be warmer hotter in some places. We'll see more flooding. We'll see more severe storms all of those things impact and influence agriculture. And food available. So what can we do? And there are real things we can do. So there are there are things that kind of our would be their own whole policy discussions. Conditioned to this like conversation kind of covering all of it. There are things like figuring out ways to produce food using less input. So less energy less water. We have some of those technologies available. We can help producers. Farmers adopt adapt to those technologies and and save more. But the big piece the thing that I talk about a lot. I know I talked about it with those of you the last time you had me on is reducing our food waste 'cause we waste about half of the food week grow in this country, which is alarming considering how many children I mean? I think you're in Michigan. It's one out of five children are living in a food insecure situation that is crazy because that's who could be available. We're obviously not going to be able to conserve everything that we throw away, but we can do it kind of across scowls, right? We can we can help farmers reduce what they're losing out in the field. We can be more efficient with getting that food to the market. We can be better about sell-by dates and use by dates, but are often completely arbitrary and caused supermarkets to just toss a lot of otherwise wonderful perfectly fine food away. There's lots of places in that process where I think we can make great gains in terms of food availability. Plus, if we waste less food again, that's gonna mean, we wastewater that's gonna mean, we waste less energy that's going to be better for the planet as well because we're producing fewer carbon emissions. So I think that's what I'd like to see us tackle, politically as a nation and internationally. I how do you think people would respond to ideas, like you're going to have to separate your food waste garbage? And you're going to get charged for it. Well, nobody likes being charged for something. But I think on the flip side of that. We can also talk about the economic losses from food waste and change that conversation as well. Right. I mean by being more efficient in a in a big picture way. We could be saving money, which would then trickle down to consumers through prices. It is it is an interesting challenge. But I do think, you know, one of the things that I can't remember who said this to me. But they said, you know, it's always easy to look back on prior generations and point out the things that they did wrong. The hard thing is to look at yourself and say, what is the next generation going to say I did wrong that all the time. I do I look at my kids. And I'm like, oh, what am I leaving behind for these guys? So are the history books going to say about us that we neglected to educate our children because we didn't nourish them while we threw away half of all the food. We bought is that what the history books are going to say about us. Not a great legacy. Well, it probably depends who writes them, right? That's an excellent point. I think we have we are continuing to make some pretty bad policy choices in terms of our long-term sustainability when it comes for what the world is going to look like that our children inherit that our grandchildren. See, but on the flip side of that. There are some really exciting emerging opportunities technologies people out there trying to make a very concrete difference. And I think we're gonna see some of that too. So I'm hoping when we look back. Let's say, yeah. This is a I mean, an example, I'll give this pulling out of the Paris climate accord, probably not the best thing for international stability in terms of the health of the planet and the health of the people on that planet, but I think long term we might just be okay. Because I see so many great people out there in that space trying to do their best. There was just a report that came out in the last couple of days about how we're producing more CO two carbon emissions than ever before at such a high rate. It's kind of beyond turning back, and that's often being described in this doomsday sense right in that. Oh my gosh. We miss the boat. We shouldn't be talking about the fact that we miss the boat. We should be talking about. All right. The world is changing the world's always been changing. But what can we do to make it as a habitable and as pleasant here for as many people and other animals as possible. And and there's so much that we could still do. And as a matter of fact, you just tweeted about that about an hour ago. Oh my goodness. Yes. That's why it's on my mind. But, but I think that's a really, you know, we always hear these people. Bemoaning? The fact that gosh, you know, the world is coming to an end the world isn't coming to an end. But the way it looks has everything to do with the choices that we make right now. Right. And you know, I we sometimes I've quoted President Obama whose quoting president Kennedy. And that is simply that we are the solution. We've been waiting on. We don't need anybody else to come along and sobbed this. We have the ability to do that ourselves with the choices that we make. So why not us why not now? And I do truly truly believe that the vast majority of us want to see people said want to see people educated want to see democracy. Grow wanna see literacy increase wanna see these things. And these are trends that in many cases were already on. And we just need to make sure that we have the policies to continue to support those things. And and that of course is especially relevant to the conversation. We're having today about the future of food, and my experience of people in talking to lots of different people about this quite often is their highest level of frustration is not knowing that what they're doing makes a difference. That is so important. It's important to me. I don't wanna be doing stuff that doesn't make a difference. And so this evidence based policy program or way of thinking or way of imagining how you change the world, I think hits directly dead center. In the area that people are most frustrated, which is we spent a lot of money on these problems. They're still not solved and people really feel hopeless. And I, and I think your point about now if you only knew how much good is going on in the kinds of things that are happening. It would help you change your thinking about the hopelessness of the situation. And of course, that's why we have this show. Yeah. We want to change the conversation and cheryl's helping us do that important to tell the good stories. Don't always they're not the click bait. They don't always get all of the that the tags, and the whatever the millennials call it the hashtag, I'm so I'm so out of out of the age of knowing all the lingo. But they're not always the things that people click on right? They're not as shocking if they're good stories could they are out there. And I know those people I know they're doing good work, and I'm really encouraged and optimistic about where we're headed to. Well. We put pictures of Dr Phil on all our stuff and people always. Click on that. So we're very. We have our strategy figured out. Yeah. Yeah. Beauty and brains. So well, hey, Cheryl, thanks for being with us again super to tell the story. Thanks for standing up for what's good and best. And I love what you talked about the the intersection of science politics and people that's where we wanna be now. Thanks for being with us. She Cheryl Kirshenbaum. She's the host at our table. She's also the host of serving up science you can find her own Twitter at at Cheryl underscore S. H E R. I L underscore. Thanks for being our guest. And look we just gotta make this kind of a regular thing..

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Manhattan DA considers criminal charges against Trump Organization

Sean Hannity

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Manhattan DA considers criminal charges against Trump Organization

"Longtime Trump organization's chief financial officer was granted immunity by federal. Prosecutors as part of an investigation into President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen Alan. Wiesel, Berg was given immunity by the Manhattan US attorney's office. That was first reported by. The Wall Street Journal now our sources are confirming it as you said for providing information about Michael Cohen in. The criminal investigation into hush money payments for two women during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign now when it was granted, immunity were still. Working out those details this news coming. Out of the journal had also reported President Trump's longtime financial gatekeeper was called to testify before a federal grand jury, in the investigation earlier this year we've reached out for comment for Weisselberg directly so far have not heard back from him Wiesel bergh's immunity deal comes after it was reported that David pecker chief of national inquirer is publishing company American media also, received federal. Immunity as part of the

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"brisson" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"brisson" Discussed on WCHS

"We know boswell gerry brisson blunting please standby red eye radio there's nothing funny now nothing's funny anymore stop laughing i will never laugh again you know they reported the reporting on some breaking news about seventeen hundred residents near the kill kill away of law kano why mandatory evacuation with lava coming toward those homes heading in that residential area towards some homes and they were reporting since monday hundreds of earthquakes most of them two point oh but there's the this this there was the collapse of a crater floor the volcanic cone in the eastern rift zone of the kilowatt volcano it mother nature is always fascinating in and very often frightening it's it's very very interesting and intriguing to watch but this is the most active volcano you know essentially that there is i i you know and i would just love to talk to some of those residences is do you live any with any concerns on any given day you always are you always alert and always in the back of your mind aware of it you know i mean it's one thing again in a in a and a weather event the seek shelter but there's really no seeking shelter when it comes to lava you've just got to go you've got gotta get out of the way so i wonder what the i just wonder what it's like living that close to the most active volcano that there is i said this before i i actually took a geology in college and took it pass fail because i just hated the course and i just i was young and stupid because to me if i wasn't doing this would be one of the few things i would love to do is be a geologist and and you know study volcanoes as i got to be older i just became fascinated with them when i lived in in portland in oregon i'll never forget flying in the first time to portland and just seeing the mountains and going.

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"brisson" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"brisson" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"We know boswell gerry brisson bluffing please standby red eye radio there's nothing funny nothing's funny any stop laughing i will never laugh again either they reported the reporting on some breaking news about seventeen hundred residents near the killer way of volcano and why mandatory evacuation with lava coming toward those homes heading in that residential area towards some homes and they were reporting since monday hundreds of earthquakes most of them two point oh but there's the this this there was the collapse of a crater floor the volcanic cone in the eastern rift zone of the killawala volcano it mother nature is always fascinating in and very often frightening it's it's very very interesting and intriguing to watch but this is the most active volcano essentially that there is i i you know and i would just love to talk to some of those residences is do you live any with any concerns on any given day you always are you always alert and always in the back of your mind aware of it you know i mean it's one thing again in a in a and a weather event the seek shelter but there's really no seeking shelter when it comes to lava you've just got to go you've got to get out of the way so i wonder what the i i just wonder what it's like living that close to the most active volcano that there is i said this before i i actually took you know geology in college and took a pass fail because i just hated the course and i just i was young and stupid because on to me if i wasn't doing this that would be one of the few things i would love to do is be a geologist and and you know studied volcanoes as i got to be older i just became fascinated with them when i lived in in portland in oregon i'll never forget flying in the first time to portland and just seeing the mountains and going.

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"brisson" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"brisson" Discussed on WTMA

"Forty thirty eight or go to redeyebeets dot com today that's redeyebeets dot com across the low country on twelve fifty wt across the world w tma dot com sees red eye radio we know boswell gerry brisson bluffing please standby red eye radio there's nothing funny nothing's funny anymore stop laughing i will never laugh again either they reported the reporting on some breaking news about seventeen hundred residents near the kill killer way of volcano in hawaii mandatory evacuation with lava coming toward those homes heading in that residential area towards some homes and they were reporting since monday hundreds of earthquakes most of them two point oh but there's the this this there was the collapse of a crater floor the volcanic cone in the eastern rift zone of the kilowatt volcano it mother nature is always fascinating in and very often frightening it's it's very very interesting and intriguing to watch but this is the most active volcano you know essentially that there is i i you know and i would just love to talk to some of those residences is do you live any with any concerns on any given day you always are you always alert and always in the back of your mind aware of it you know i mean it's one thing again in a in a and a weather event the seek shelter but there's really no seeking shelter when it comes to lobbying you've just got to go you've gotta get out of the way so i wonder what the i i just wonder what it's like living that close to the most active volcano that there is i said this before i i actually took a geology in college and took it pass fail because i just hated the course and i just i was young and stupid because to me if i wasn't doing this that would be one of the few things i would love to do is be a geologist and and you know studying volcanoes as i got to be older i just became fascinated with them when i lived in in portland in oregon i'll never forget flying in the first time to portland and just seeing the mountains and going.

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"brisson" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"brisson" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Is pretty wide yeah no i'm with you know silent movies i didn't include any movies that had no dialogue entirely and there aren't that many choose from but a movie like the tribe that came out recently has no dialogue at all and i also tried to avoid movies that are mostly dialogue free movies that rely on visuals way more than they relying on sound and on talking amongst the characters so movie like the tree of life for example is one i probably didn't really consider three iron the kim ki duk film elephant even jacques to tease playtime and then there are these other movies that are really about loneliness and isolation so there's not a lot of talking whether it might be something like castaway or all is lost redford film even the ones that take place in space two thousand one not a lot of talking great film also in the pantheon so not eligible solaris not eligible not eligible what about for me it's eligible for you michael because i'm not i'm not here every week i've played by our rule now i have a day pass to the pantheon exactly goes pose another film we both love i know nouri bill jay lawns once upon a time in anatolia i think is is already a film that relies a lot on silence so having certain scenes that really stand out because of a murder yeah harder to choose and i didn't really pick many of those another good example would be something like brisson zinnemann escaped run entire film based on its sound design and the lack of dialogue so tried to pick movies that are maybe more traditional and how they use out and how they incorporate dialogue but have these really standout moments and scenes i also just randomly sorted decided i wasn't gonna go with any bergman films not that they're not fantastic but there's just so many choose from the silence traumatized by by some sort of taciturn swede or youth.

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"brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"brisson" Discussed on WJR 760

"Us on dr phil knight he's gerry brisson and were with dave hodgkin's government relations director for michigan and the american heart association we're going to talk about the my neighborhood mobile grocery you come back and be with us in just a moment from the golden tower of the fisher building this is the great voice of the great lakes seven sixty wjr detroit on april sixth stop talking stop moving joe make a sound because if they hear you they want you critics are calling a quiet place really and genuinely scary it's nothing short of spectacular and now it's one hundred percent fresh on rotten tomatoes emily blonde john cuisines game a quiet place this film not yet rate in theaters april sixth of all the people in the world you feel like you were destined to find her and now that you have come to jared the galleria of jewelry define the diamond destined for her it's called chosen by jared diamond with a one of a kind story only jared can tell from the raw stone to the ring she'll wear forever jared makes her diamonds creation part of your love story we document its entire journey from procuring it in its roughest purest form to the finished masterpiece we sat into her engagement ring every gi certified.

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"brisson" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"brisson" Discussed on Filmspotting

"I finally caught up with large are and i say finally because friend of the show sam smith we hear is music picks at the end of the year is favorite scores of the year and he used to write features on design for the dissolve and some know that he host a podcast the poster was it's all about movie poster so great film credentials and we've been friends and friends who talk about cinema for over a decade now he couldn't believe especially after doing the press on marathon that i didn't see this film and over the years is just slip through the cracks and i don't even have a great excuse because other than knowing that the subject matter was going to be heavy what you'd expect from basan it's like eighty eight minutes yeah so i don't even have my well it's too long excuse i would agree with you that it's not the film to start with certainly it is his last film it's not as satisfying i would say as any of the films from our brisson marathon a few years ago dire the country 'price medicate pickpocket balfas are an machette satisfying of course is a complete lee inappropriate word i think to use with brisson because his films generally feature a lot of suffering and as you noted not much in the way of grace i would say maybe this film is his bleakest in terms of really having no hope or any grace yeah whatsoever argument curry made an along those lines that's why i think it is ultimately an incredibly satisfying final film it feels like the culmination of his work we see the way he di emphasizes psychology the why these things happen consistent with what we saw i think in the marathon the one exception that comes to mind for me and again there are brisson films that we haven't seen and considered but diary of a country priests features claude ledu just constantly wrestling with himself we hear is inner turmoil being express constantly but otherwise that's not something we get in films like pickpocket or amend escaped the to you reference specifically in regard to this one the other factor that's decidedly brisson is the emphasis on.

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"brisson" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"brisson" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Like deal with a situation yeah i think as such a cool thing that has ever been done in moon night before hoedspruit dunk probably to various degrees but i don't think no i don't think it's been lighter thing where he's like i am going to summon fourth jake because he's the personality the best deals this the need new it's a need new twists in and really it takes something that's racially mental weakness from moon night and gives it agency gives power um and where like is that we had there's distorted the sun king has stayed separate from moonlight these guys have not iran's me of tasman saboo that want back when they were feuding yet initially and then when a whole year without touching each other and that made it so that when they actually touched at barely legal it was big deal same thing here with moon night and sun king they're bolt doing parallel stuff but they're not coming into contact with each other so when they do finally meet it's going to be this huge epic confrontation a you've got moonlight do his own thing with the truth you've got sun king meeting up with somebody else who is now a friend of moon night hour we thought or at least i thought the character day he's frequently dead yet antifair that um so we'll find out with the plans with that next issue looks like sun king and moonlight are actually give you a meet up in the next issue denton to of what max b missing crew are due in on this book lilley um art we've got old man logan who ruled man rule number thirty one written by ed brisson art by mike deodato junior and frank martin um so this is the legacy story line the prefers part of scarlet sammarai scott summer i it's something new uh we know the silver summarized yeah shows up in this book is a severe some are two yep uh can you give a quick low down on who the silver summarize spent silver sammarai the initials silver similar awry was obviously the heavy for the uh yet issued a clan yes yes the issued a clan uh the new silver sammarai is his son who is kind of a jerky sakaki.

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"brisson" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"brisson" Discussed on talkRADIO

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"brisson" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"brisson" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Not a bad year for newman at all i'd say no n as we've said multiple times here not a bad year for movies there are of course some honorable mentions you probably want to mention absolutely belle de jour as you said i was able to catch up with it despite do we know loose spoon well marathon i had never seen the movie and really did enjoyed i think i found it to be maybe one of his more tragic explorations of human sexuality than some of the others that we watch they'll they're certainly lotta slice satire going on there as well and new is wonderful bonnie and clyde yes a seminal exercise in movie violence not only depicting it but making an audience think about it so certainly would be in my top ten along with young girls of roche four which i mentioned musha part of another film spotty marathon that we did robeiro brisson there and then mel brooks the producers came out in sixty seven that might very well round out my top10 i'm analyst by regrets to in an confess a few things okay uh so don't look back as i mentioned wait until dark the audrey how did movie thriller that i believe the next pictures show did an episode on meet me maybe last year or so discussed here is an after hours episode many years ago okay that was actually the one i had the dvd at home just ran out of time score says he made his debut i still have not seen who's that knocking at my door and then had seen in the heat of the night yet when talking about that last time after the show how it's one of those i know i need to see it's just hard it's hard for me to imagine being surprised by it right so which means at this point when i sit on watch i will be surprised yes i hope you gotta get there i was surprised by it it's a movie i have come to really a door the other titles for me that we kinda round out my top ten the dirty dozen build is your as you said weekend from good dr playtime from your list josh and in the jungle book navy still my favorite animated film.

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"brisson" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"brisson" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"I don't know if this is the best advice but this is the first thing that came to my head and it's a quote robert brisson device nicely you're you're unquote who the make visible what with it you might perhaps never have been seen i think i'm interested in that filmmakers doing things that are more specific in set of trying to make something again that maybe hollywood wanna see i think if people are me uncovering stories that only day could uncover or that represent something specific where from i think it might result in more interesting terrible i think that's what you did with this movie so really wicked slice of wipe that no one would be able to see must be brought to the screen and hopefully even though it is so specific i think that he really go specific that there's a universality that will emerge from that could help you guys any advice enough for young filmmakers but for young actors ready for young actors yes i am paya lot of attention to what people are doing all the time and constantly speculate and question people's motives and think about what they're trying to get rid of other people in their interactions in the film or in real life in general you can do every day to make yourself into an actor conscious pay a lot of attention and be very genuinely interest in when everybody else around he's doing all the time great add to that was a huge thing like even just like looking for like he's like nestle mannerisms use like look at people around you like how they sit differently than idea well how did they react to people talking to them do they make i contacted they not when did they feel have conscious in tournant themselves like that i was a major part of developing necessarily said no about you but you have to ask for sure for you to mike uram you can you can really drive yourself nuts thinking about how somebody would.

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