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"camdessus" Discussed on COACHCAST Brasil

COACHCAST Brasil

02:59 min | 3 months ago

"camdessus" Discussed on COACHCAST Brasil

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"camdessus" Discussed on Eu tava la

Eu tava la

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"camdessus" Discussed on Eu tava la

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"camdessus" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

05:41 min | 4 months ago

"camdessus" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Because the burn sixty percent of this paint is made of barium sulfate and it takes a lot of energy to dig up rob married or is it means that with today's technology mining. The ore needed to create. This paint comes to the huge carbon footprint which sucks and we can't make it synthetically and it doesn't offset the benefits of it doesn't have an care. I couldn't find anything about trying to read up on it but apparently barium sulfate is not easy to come by. It takes a lot of energy to get it now. Who knows in the long run. Maybe you know if the paint lasts a long time. It'll over time. You have to calculate the payback time. You know what that would be. How long would you have to have the this paint on your roof. The other thing though is that they they mentioned is that you know what happens to anything. That's white gets dirty dirty very easily. So the maintenance of nece yeah. Yeah the moment a moment that you paint that roof. It's going to start collecting dust or whatever so they'd have to be regular maintenance on it as well. I wonder though if this kind of proof of concept doesn't then open up the door to finding other substrates that can help get there. You know what. I mean now that we know that it works with this rare thing that we probably shouldn't be finding out of the earth. Maybe we can find something else that there is there already is something that will that will cool below ambient temperature and the researchers found it even before they made their paint. But it was created from multi-layer nanostructures not unlike bantu black but big problem. Too expensive way to and in terms of expense. This doesn't seem very expensive. They saw an estimate for cost was six hundred rupees per liter leader which i did a conversion to united states dollar and that was eight dollars. Eight dollars a leader so that doesn't seem as horrific anywhere near what i thought it was going to be. Yeah it's actually not a rare and it's not the the cost is just the carbon footprint of mining right the problem. That's not the which because we don't calculate in steve. The external is connects. Exactly exactly but yeah. It's probably but if you're saying we're doing this to reduce cooling costs and maybe reduce energy use and they also say in addition to that this increases the albedo of the planet. You know if you had like every rooftop covered with this we that energy gets reflected back into space and so but we do have to count that against the carbon footprint of doing it in the first place over the lifetime of it at cetera et cetera. You gotta do the life analysis and also for con- for context. Jay said that a thousand square foot roof area painted with this would result in a cooling power of ten kilowatts which is a lot which is a lot and they said that. That's more powerful than the air conditioners used in most houses. So i headed. I did a search because how big how much is a thousand square feet in terms of the average roof. If it's a lot bigger smaller that changes your attitude a little bit. So i've actually found the average residential roof size in the. Us is about seventeen hundred square feet so more more than would be needed for to get the ten kilowatts of cooling power and a lot of houses actually two and three thousand square foot wood rose at are pretty damn big but the average yes but seventeen hundred average is far above what they're saying one thousand square feet so that's cool but only four degrees. J. at doesn't four point five centigrade. I mean my my. My central area has to do a lot more cooling than four degrees celsius celsius by what's city that doesn't take into account. How hot it is in your house. like like oh it does the work of this air conditioner yes. It's like already kind of nice outside. Well it just means. You're air conditioned have to work less hard and right is your goal with with with less energy. That's get you all the way to comfortable temperature. But it'll be much easier to to get there and stay there with less electricity. Well into the funny thing is as we often talk about. These kind of new technologies to help with our carbon footprint. There are things available to us right now. Like is your air conditioner. Forty years old is there. Is there more energy efficient version that you could upgrade to right now. That was your refrigerator. fifteen years old. Exactly fruits raiders. Really shouldn't should be replaced every eight to ten years to keep them maximally efficient on six years. Now there's weird things that you wouldn't necessarily think of that are really important to the overall efficiency like if we talk a lot about e and cars and whatnot. You like the biggest thing you could do to maximize your efficiency of your car is car tires properly. Inflated the number the amount of gasoline that's burned in the world because of insufficiently inflated tires is massive crazy and in your house. It's it's making sure that you have good seals on your windows like a lot of houses are just really draft in poorly sealed and it doesn't matter how much you crank aircon. I mean it doesn't matter how good your air conditioner is. And how efficient is if all of its blowing out the windows Right and led bulbs over. Kim camdessus huge difference. Yeah there's the lead on little things but again none of this absolves you know the bigger issues like we gotta convert away from fossil fuels etc. But still it's good just to be aware of like the low hanging fruit the simple things. We could do that really. Do make a difference. Not everybody has to run out and buy an ev right now. Just inflate your tires and you know. Have a huge effect and some people you can just paint your roof and it actually does make a big difference if it's painful or just white..

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"camdessus" Discussed on Pocket Jaces

Pocket Jaces

04:36 min | 5 months ago

"camdessus" Discussed on Pocket Jaces

"On stars unload all in one night. Just enter a one guy in case cartilage listening. That is not going to happen. That wasn't exaggeration but Definitely getting the buggy and we were talking about. It's actually were taking a trip to vegas next year Oh cool so. I told you guys Basically my mom and dad's came into and ironsides. Carney being fiancee if i mentioned that before it. Anybody listening aspect of the trump show. She my mom. Camdessus said listen. We're going to vegas next year Union encarta wanna come like yes we and they said okay. Well we'll pay for your flights near hotel and everything. Just worry about your own spending money in sweet. Let's it amaze yet added nine days in vegas number five days in california areas well over there so that sounds amazing looking forward to a i am definitely going to sneak away and play a couple of poopers tournaments It's like the perfect opportunity because like it was just carlin. I going derby. That would not be happening at like. I wouldn't want to leave carter for a day by herself for biggest. Never mind you know all the other stuff but She likes my family and she she will. I i think if i say i wanna play book tournaments day. She'll be like yeah. Sure i'll stick around here. You go do your thing. And yet. I didn't play some one to cash. I could teach. My grandmother had applied want cash and be profitable just Could try grits. Just print print all the holiday money. Yeah yeah. I know a friend of the show ammon sharps and play poker in vegas. And he'd be pretty casual poker player but I think he did pretty well at the woman tables. Yeah he's just sort of. He's good at magic but he he he wouldn't be a competitive poker player and he was just like yeah. People were very bad poker. It's live onto the softest most profitable things you can do for the money and poker like four the investment. It's it's self probably really really good would not surprise me. Yeah i think place them one hundred hundred zero not under tune. Jesus is refined granny. Play heads up. yeah Being broken away. I wanna leave a bag. That that's dream alita. Tom and gonna at least i know you can get hugo boss hoodies. That's about the close handy and you actually can. I think i think most of them have the stars logo. Fine of and i don't think she doggy. If there was a star is liberal on early. Tom bags long as relieved on back. And i guess that brings us onto our onto our main topics speaking of Making money from poker poker home games one of the best way to rip off your friends and have fun at the same time now..

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"camdessus" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:09 min | 5 months ago

"camdessus" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Covered three and fires all and if the emphasises today is four office out of ball screens and slants and getting the ball off quick. Then you understand what the what the game plan for the day is right and if you pay attention to that you can be a great practice player and you also can take advantage of recognizing formations because the. The coach is going to show you like three times. Okay we'll show you in a board. Today this is install today. Okay then you go out to walk through okay. This an install today but you self serving but so many guys out there playing around lolly gagging dame paying attention getting those same situations they get. Beat some or communication that useful to have with your teammate. Oh limbo or i when this guy motion. i'm gonna take the underneath guy you take. The top guy told me the language and they get all of that stuff. That's what i'm saying. When i talked to frank gore and i laughed. Frank gorge you seventy five thousand years got no kneecap. We had a hell. He'll play he's many players or so day. No barton how we interviewed. Frank gore one time and bart literally said that two of like. How have you been able to stay in a league. So long and frank relive responded like because these guys don't study they don't study they don't pay attention so i'm smart and i know exactly where to go what to do outsmarting them. Tom brady same thing. Tom brady drew. Brees tom brady soon be dominate now. He's beaten with the same jet. I mind tricks that he was beaten us with and people don't even recognize what he's doing because they haven't studied his history. What he likes to do. Let's get this straight talk straight. Talk wireless mack jones. After a great practice. I know we're talking practice not a game. So how did things go on thursday. Yesterday i got a lot of reps and it was great and we communicated and felt like we were at a really good flow. And i kind of got until i could game flow than today's little bit harder just to get into that but i can get better because you just got to watch the tape. Today we definitely gonna to finish better and that starts with me really Camdessus job today. And we'll definitely have some time here to kind of regroup and then play the final preseason game now a straight talk brought to by straight talk wireless no contract no combi. Joe's we news last. You like everybody else showed up because veterans. They know what to do is you. How many times overseen a rookie have a great game and we build them up all week on. Espn sportscenter did it. Did they come back. They throw out a goose egg right. Like that's what that's what. It is a growing process though right but this is why. I'm looking at dan orlovsky yesterday and you let her off the hook. He is who thought he was. We let him off the ground. Dan zan crown. But that's what i'm talking about. I think playing out exactly the way you want. He got him humble pie kid. Because you know you're eventually going to need them put them through. These says. i really do feel like yesterday was a bit of set up i really. I'm telling you it was a set up right and not for not a bad thing but because you just want to see what this is about pressure yeah that you're wasting okay. Candle need music comey tons of. Can't candidate play them super bowl. He'll need to worry about. He's played in new orleans. You know in that division. Let's see if this young kid. Oh let me show you how easy it is what they know. Music communicate how this number communication. When i blast this music if you can get the line set up right if you can get the protections right. Let's see. let me tell you this kid ready. That's why i'm saying starting week one. Yeah right bye week. Four is barbecue chicken. i'm like oh there's do can't do this. You can't do that. Let me go ahead and send him night night. Then we start getting hit in the back of the head because he burping a baby or we start throwing picks guys doing traps but then what happens eight say espn. Eight eight seven nine. Three seven seven six. Is the dr pepper. Call in line at key jane e on twitter as well coming up so the buffalo bills look like a team that might be unstoppable in the afc however there is one thing too. That could stop them. We will discuss that after. I'd tell you about door dash dash year with summer of dash pass right now. Dash past members are taking ten dollars off groceries alcohol pet food and more needed nightcap. Ten dollars off got a cough get relief delivered for less. Want surprise you crush into gift and save tried dash pets for free and get special savings exclusive.

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"camdessus" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:26 min | 5 months ago

"camdessus" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I fucking get up there. I couldn't even. I can make it through johnny. Be good guy. Couldn't find the key. The entire thing was a fucking disaster because those are the guys that i hung around with and the other band that was representing rock. Music at the camp was a bunch of music nerds. I don't remember names anymore. But we fucking bungled johnny be good and you know i felt like killing myself. The rest of the idiots were just laughing giggling and whatever and then the other band got up there in my memory played the an entire genesis album perfectly. So now the deal with wargo is i got some. I can own who i am. I can own the way. I play guitar. And i'm just going to do it to feel it. And and and entertain perform play music publicly share. And if i die this is going to be so so out hanging on. It seem already pressuring myself. But i know myself well enough just from all these years that if i don't feel good about what's happening i can stop in the middle of a song i give zero fucks. I don't fucking care. I'll be like we're starting this over. I'll get a laugh making weird and we'll fucking get back on track gonna make this fucking work. This is a fucking a an exercise in reversing the effects of the trauma of massive embarrassment. Yeah that's what's happening to big night. So liezl tommy is the director of respect and we talked really i think. The day after the premier. It's in theaters now. She's a an amazing director. Very smart and i enjoyed talking to her. So this is that the guy the prop guidon set me up with the guitar in my hotel room that guitar it got lost somewhere. He told me it got stolen. Lost about it. You don't know about it not hear that story. Well it's a big story. I don't think a of them were very expensive guitars. They were they were They they look the period but they weren't like custom shop guitars but It somehow got disappeared between my room. And wherever i don't know what happened to it was upsetting very upsetting and my looking at one of them right now. No i wouldn't take that one. No so last night was very exciting. I thought did you. Yeah it was pretty cool. I mean that was one of the journalists on the on the on the carpet asked me. How do you feel right now and i said i think i'm in camdessus with happiness. And he was like. I'm like i'm sure people don't really say that. This has been such a grueling. And and you know scary process because cova stuck itself into the middle of it at least in the release right. I mean well no because we wrapped last year in in the nfl ury and then You know had a week off. And i dove into the city and we were editing. Were in the editor for maybe seven days and then we got shut down because of kobe. Oh my god and it was such a massive editing job. And i basically we all had to retreat to our apartments and i was in my apartment in harlem listening to sirens twenty four hours a day so editing the film alone so brutal in new york at the beginning. I mean it was devastating. It was devastating. I mean you know. A lot of friends in the broadway community. People got sick people died. Yeah you know we. We really do not know what was happening and concentrating on work was an act of just epic will because we were just talking to writers a of the friends and they were like we. Can't we have no bandwidth. we can't focus on anything right. Check the news. Oh i know. Yeah i to creative people that were sort of like. Should i be working. Yeah i mean like after people realized that we were in it for a while. There was this feeling like why should be using this time. Yes that people did and then he resented people who said they were using it like. It's like who the fuck is this person..

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"camdessus" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

03:47 min | 6 months ago

"camdessus" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"So we're we're pushing pretty hard where we're hopeful that something here in the next month or so after they come back from the august recess will will emerge and we'll start to see what this bill looks like rj. It feels like ages ago when we were all in front of the. Us capital discussing the farm workforce modernization act with leaders from the house of representatives a pandemic and several months. In between how. How do you feel about that. And what's your report back to your constituents that you represent on behalf the national potato council discussing egg labor which is so important to the industry you know and it does feel like ages ago that we were standing out there and In congress or label to bring that forward from the very start. We didn't think it was perfect. But it's the best thing to happen. What can thirty years with with with bag labor reform and earning our whole. Yeah our hope at that time. Was that the senate side would pick it up and run with it are bear was they wouldn't but as camdessus said we've got a couple of up champions on the senate side that were to squirt thrill have taken this thing out and would we really need to move labor reform along. That's been an issue for a very long time and land to tell you how long a long ago it was when we were standing in front of the capitol. At that time we still had an all star pitcher and all star Infielder we don't have those guys anymore longtime ago. Long well gentlemen. I always enjoy our conversations leading our listeners. Know what are the top issues and priorities. That are being worked on. Just a few of those top issues. I know nbc works on so many issues that come up on a daily basis but again on the tops of producers minds right now other than growing conditions of course on the policy and that being this infrastructure bill and making sure that we can pass the family operation onto that x. generation and also making sure we have funding to enhance the future of the industry through research that comes through funding through usda and of course having that reliable legal workforce out in the countryside to to keep the wheels of the us potato industry rolling r. j. any last thoughts he would just like to share with us here on the podcast today. I really wanna give a shout out to our shop in dc You know they build us as big potatoes. But if you look at our shop where i shop of about four people and i just want to give a shoutout to cam and his team for the work that they do in the amount of work that they get done It's it's amazing to all of us in the industry. How much work these guys do and get done for us. It's with their contacts with their. I mean they're just so connected dialed in. I just And not just for me. Hats off from the potato industry to cameras team and and everybody that That helps us out there. We we honestly without damn we would would be in some big trouble gamut. Sounds like he's saying you're pretty good leader. Well i coming from a guy like rj that that that is high praise and i I sincerely appreciate that I think everybody on the on the team really..

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"camdessus" Discussed on Higher Learning Potcast

Higher Learning Potcast

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"camdessus" Discussed on Higher Learning Potcast

"Embrace it this be one of our rallies moments. Okay to flows familiar. Don't he must. I remind you that jimmy got twenty million nonni lee. Dj clue to drop a bomb on. None of them want to ship more than i wanted. I seen it all. Come in they will push a button. Easter egg hunt and they gotta look for something done to a favors who people. Because it ain't like i need the money i make feature a is having trouble going gold turning into some so-and-so's that no one knows but so ago come volume dreams out at oviedo. We gonna make sure you get your bread and you're not the ropes. I get a ring and not bring it home. Like koi joe. No woman ever had me stash. Trump was able to tell me to get my bauza charge dunk. Oh no we magazine about to stop magazine about to starve. Us shoddy style. That was one of the best Soft-spoken disown yeah. That was like the soft lean phone. Thank god they they worked it out right right. They make music together. So i definitely expect to see more music with. Yeah i mean. And i didn't play to try to Have on you know. I mean i played because we got charged me charged up right now standing on this late night or early morning. I don't know you wanna call it that we record this episode shit. I guess is Early night early morning down But so this charged charged five four by camdessus in We just smoked at before we started the show Now all of their weed comes with different names based on how you want to feel. That's basically their slogan. How do you wanna feel so. They have come crews create connect in charge. So we got charge was what did he say on the jar like jump out. Go for a walk off the couch to take a run. Go out for tonight. Powell up with khun doesn't charge. Okay so One of the things did they advertise that they call their. We'd virgin flower. They say that it's grown customized environments based on stage strain with purified water inorganic pest management They pick it by stem. They trim it by hand and they never actually touched the weed so I could tell that it was taking care of by the amount of keith and crystals were they were on the outside of the bud. There didn't look like did a had been disturbed so i was the first one to touch it when ruled. Yeah and definitely did. Would it say. I mean you know. Charge dot com. Saying i smoked shape got charged up real quick enough. We took man that was. That was a good. I'm guessing that connect they said. That's the sociable one. So that's probably like the geeky we'd the weed it has you laughing. All acidic dad create. That's going to be probably another sativa dominate stream. Right there com. I'm pretty sure that that's one of their Cruise cruise maybe hybrid. I would have to see what the description accrues indika. Indica dominant Right all right so Got any tips any pro tips for today. Yes okay if you have the wet mouth dry. The ended a blunt before passing. Please i repeat if you had the wet mouth. Please drive the end of the blunt before passing it and that is an expert protein right there. Race donor confessions so one time. After smoking out of a bong we didn't have any place to pour out the water so pointed out to a water bottle and just put it into my bag backpack innocent right The next day in class. I forgot that. I had done this and took a sip out of my water bottle and then i spit out the water. All over the girl next to me most embarrassing thing to ever happen his life. Have you ever had any embarrassing moments. That happen Because you were high like this like the the drop says because i was high because i was high embarrassing moments on not high more address. More drugstores and definitely passed out drunk. Hi i'm in my that's me. I'm in my element is when i feel the moves regular. Guess you could say. I remember my first really. Big cypher cypher. That was an embarrassing moment. Because that was the first time i had been around like some smokers smoker. This wasn't just like me and my friends just rolling up a blunt and smoking together and thinking. We're doing something. I was like a whole circle. Like who smoke smoke right. They rolled up like three or four or five. What i'm saying. So nigga get so fucking hijo that i just sit in the snow right and it's like just felt comfortable like in this chair and there's no right you could not you know i could not get up for nothing. Marines can movies. I tell you. This the most barrington thing you could do to me. Smoking would have female is own. Show that you can't roll as this you rule of what they call suck face oh Yeah doesn't embarrassing. This is higher learning learning learning learning learning. All right so we're at step. Six steps is all about picking a container. So what type of container you use will depend on the type of medium the type of system and the size of the plant that you're going to grow So you want to concentrate on drainage drainage is a big key As far as when it comes to grow and we'd planes because cannabis plants are very sensitive to what's called waterlogged conditions. Meaning that you don't want your your water to sit too long in canvas plan that's why and hydroponic system. The water is continuously moving them. Saying it's a flowing system. You're saying that way. The plant is just being saturated stuck in there with water now. A lot of people use fled and drain trae style hydroponic systems. Some use them small net pats filled with the clay pebbles which is a good option. Some us just a big piece of the rock wool and just growing on their on with a bunch of little plants Other people. i've seen us. Big ten gallon buckets and seen in gray. Just turn those into low plastic right. So that's the inexpensive way for you as a ten gallon buckets and i'm saying and then you could choose either soil or run with the clay pebbles you know what i'm saying is make sure that you drill some holes in the bottom for proper drainage in it'd be good to go so we're going to roll up and catch his vibe and then we gonna come back and.

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Rita Wilson Shares Emotional Story Behind Single 'Everybody Cries'

On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

06:30 min | 1 year ago

Rita Wilson Shares Emotional Story Behind Single 'Everybody Cries'

"It is one or two point seven Kiss FM, this is such a treat for me the one and only Rita Wilson. Welcome how are you? I am so happy to be here. Thank you so much for having me today actress producer singer Songwriter Philanthropist, I mean, the list goes on you basically do it all the last time that we spoke to you. I think was back in early May I mean, have you been these past few months? Totally back to health back to the daily life as we know it today in the sort of Instill Cohen ways that we do things. and. Then God really in good. Health. That's good. That's really good to hear. So I, mean I wanted to speak to you about your single everybody cries because for anybody that doesn't know it is featured in the movie, the outpost which came out over the summer and it I mean, what was it like creating a song like that for a war drama movie like that Thank you, Yeah I got a call. From the director Rod, Laurie who is also one of my co writers along with leary. Group. Pay on Sonia. And because the movie is based on a true story on that on a book that Jake Tapper wrote called the outposts about this horribly tragic battling Camdessus Ghanistan. They wanted to ask if I'm interested in Co writing and performing the song so I was able to. Do this all. All on basically social distancing even though yeah, were out yet. We still did it remotely. And the the movie is I related to it and the sense that you know if you're a mother or you have a brother or you have an uncle, a dad something and you and you have lost somebody in banner or your family member or woman, a matter woman has gone to the military and served our country to me. It felt like it was a bit of my own service to be able to even participate in this song and honors of the lives lost. And to tell the story of this film when this tragic battle. Yeah Oh my goodness what let's take a listen to it right now have a a little clip of it for at one. Buddy cry. Everybody die. It's the truth and makes us while. It's the sent hung. As, we take the lonely path. On the row. Man. Beneath the darkening sky. Curson and one do why Is Fear Weeks. Then the devil comes to. We sink in mortals. On the role to the. Man. WHO WILL BE? On where? In It is such a beautiful song I'm here with Rita Wilson. A Beautiful Song. Thank you so much it Thank you. I'm hearing grammy rumors for everybody cries. Eligible for grammy. Great. From your lips to the. grammys. Ears. That's what I. I mean, there's there's even Oscar Buzz I saw I was reading that varieties it's an varieties Oscar contender list I mean what how does that? Make you feel? It's just fantastic. I loved people are hearing the song and there I know that they're listening to ensure examing it on here. At the movie and that's always an indication that people are responding. So I'm super happy. I hope that they that the song resonates with them they for maybe a little bit about. The men and women and service people who gave their lives for our country and we'll continue to give her lesser our country. So I'm quite humbled by really. Well, you know. Thank you so much for coming on and talking to us today yes. Let's put up the grammy vibes for everybody cries I mean a lot of candle as my dad would say I love eating the weather Lupu tonight for you. Okay. And before you go actually we are such big fans of you and your husband Tom Hanks I needed to show you this picture of my family at Halloween last year because actually I'm going to text it to you. So you can actually show it to your husband, but we dressed up as forrest gump and Jenny. And, the twins were teasing carrots. That's really good. Really. Actually. I have to say. You know what was very proud of that one I felt like I really thought outside the box with making the twins, peas and carrots. See what could you do that? So inclined thinking maybe there's a toy story in your future. Oh. My Gosh, we're doing we're doing toy story this year. I kid you not the twins are going to be the slinky dog as is going to be the front and Max is going to be the back and my husband's going to be woody I'm going to be both. Good Alright picture of that you have. I will I will I'll send you all of the goodness. Rita. Wilson. Thank you for hanging out again, if you WANNA, get the full version of the song everybody cries it's up right now at Kiss FM DOT com. The outpost is streaming on Netflix. At such a great movie. You should definitely watch that as well. Thank you for hopping on resume. Thank you so

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"camdessus" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

TT Filmpodcast

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"camdessus" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

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"camdessus" Discussed on Fallacious Trump

Fallacious Trump

15:12 min | 2 years ago

"camdessus" Discussed on Fallacious Trump

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You can have much more than that in the same space because early. Today's for a lot less energy use by. It's just where war is it about. The thing is the power from the expense which we talked about the two other associations that he has the license. No good and it's hazardous waste site on note to do with. Led's Aetna life melodies is is exit is much more controllable than the light from from incandescent and is more consistent and Unauthorized Orange Orange. There isn't any hasn't with breaking if they when they start working you can just throw away with what he came. Out is is compatible restaurants which They they have gas inside if they break. There is some times there was a towing the amount of mercury and and sat it needs to be cleaned up carefully and and they'd bit him break very often and the lighting was inconsistent. Often I yeah. She had a couple of large combat. forescent like kind of six inch long ones that are used to use video in daylight balanced. Very good good. 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Words boys are based on any EH unease ferry Chris nip it's of stuff that he thought about transparency and and I it was what he said about. Transparency was so jumbled the I wasn't clear whether he whether it was connected to the ability to negotiate prices and stuff like that right. Actually what you should do once we finish the run out of the trump or fallacies the you could just become because then trump wouldn't be there to write the speeches for now statement to yeah is is real no president. Tell me Mr Prime Minister Tell me King or Queen. Why are we protecting country and you you take advantage of really of US trade and they go but nobody has ever asked me that question before? Tell me why. They can't think of an answer the only thing thing they say all the time because it has always been that way I said well it's not gonna be that way any longer I I'm absolutely sure he's never at that comes with any President Prime Minister King or queen no because then the con- The people that make the connection in between protecting the country they don't think they are being protected by America and they don't make the association with trade as a result because they're more about economic stability and peace and security and joy if you wanNA place as your military in our countries so it gives you a second seven seven seconds advantage over North Korea launching missiles further north. Then her we'd say what will do is send you really cheap televisions. So yeah you you know this is the trouble is trump has he's doesn't understand allies Or people for the fact that just because. US soldiers are in another country. That doesn't mean you're pretending that other country. Yeah it's you know. Sometimes you have foreign basis for your for your military for your own evolved employ yet and things. It's if we if you have some soldiers on an airbase in Germany it doesn't mean Germany would have been destroyed if it wasn't for you. That's not how that works. And therefore you don't have to get the Germans to pay you. Keep American soldiers there because you want onto their soldiers. Yeah so that you go that ability to have people in Europe and our Christ just doesn't get it. It doesn't get its Tommy Out American missiles missiles here in the UK and they have a great demonstrations to know. Have them here and you know with the of Americans were complaining that we demonstrating about saying. Yeah but then nothing to do with us. It's you just want missiles on this soil because it gets you nearer to whoever your current enemies but it does make us target protect the toll. It may talent apparently in Turkey. I'm pretty sure that's not to protect the Turkish. There's GonNa be another reason why the. US kept their nukes. Is there because Russia's not far away and yeah Darlie Iraq and Iran and all. That is kind of their coy and the Russians are in Syria which is even narrower. Yeah then no put them there to protect well. We know that protecting Turkey because they just go go out the way and let them be a not very protective of their own people. So when actually gonNA clear whoa protecting the code anyway so that means. Unfortunately you might have about that. We're playing a game. God this thing so you'll school is now out of thirty five which is which cancels down to fits over forty percent sent which is still sounds very substantial. It's a nice round number one number built up enough wins that that you'd have to drop quite badly to go below. Johns against terror still shots. No it's likely I'd say yes. The part of the show that this week at least is is cooled. never-trumpers are not logical fantasy the invention of never-trumpers as such a brilliant show hand. Yeah Yeah never trumpers at she does refer to mostly Republicans but basically people who who say used to say before trump that trump would never be an okay thing to have as a prime minister as a president because he is true. Yeah Yeah but trump has decided. Oh I did that. never-trumper means anyone who doesn't agree with him As any applicant a dozen kind of yeah absolutely kiss his boss and yeah most recently. He's been using it to describe people who testifying against him in the inquirer enough. Yeah Ah but he tweeted on the twenty third he said the never trumper Republicans there one respirators net many left are in certain ways worse and mood injuries for our country than the do nothing. Democrats Watch out for them. They're human scum say is president of the United Tate's coating members of his own party his own party sample who ostensibly support the caused is the. He's the leader of Human Scum Nice. He keeps calling the people who are testifying never-trumpers he called Bill. Taylor who testified last week. Never trumper and Bill Taylor was his the. US Ambassador to Ukraine and he was appointed on Bush. He was a West Point graduate. He was a infantryman in Vietnam. He's a kind of you know. American war hero who Ibom took out of the position of ambassador. Ukraine said that he could put someone who agreed with him on policies in who resigned under Obama in two thousand fourteen. When trump came in Mike pompeo convinced bill titles come back out for time to be the? US Investors Ukraine and convinced him by telling him that trump's foreign policy was very much in favor of Ukrainian against Russia like supporting Ukraine. Nine against Russia say lied to him basically to get him to be the ambassador so no point has he been Democrats dance or someone who can wear trump basic law nor never trump. He's been a he's been trump he's been at the very least supposedly against his better judgment trump and now he's discovered in his role as ambassador Ukraine mccranie certain things that have gone on the doesn't think ought to have gone on and brought them to the attention of the people who look after that kind of stuff consequently is now never trumper. trumper was trump up until this point a now it's not jumbo. I've just looked at disagree with year. No longer trump. Yeah pretty damning. His he wasn't on the cool to as Alinsky but he normally would have gone a the Transcript of it. 'cause 'cause he's ambassadors. You quaint so that makes sense. If if if this if there was a cold between the president then then he would be kind of looped in and they were had gone up and talked about so they can continue to these job effectively. He didn't get ED. Transcript this cool but he had that it had gone on a kind of cryptic summary of it from Ukraine and he talked go to a few people who have been involved in and found that they had kind of said. Yeah they could have done better and He something say he he. Basically the pressure had been predominant Biden a BA- mentioned kind of found things out and he's the guy who was having a kind of a a text conversation with Gordon. Sunland saying you know we withholding aid in return for that on applets correct will basically it was kind of out from Tabatha in some gang now. Identify talking talking about this is crazy. Stay until you have nothing. Nothing nothing to say. Yeah Yeah so because the investigation is being done as far as Republicans consent in secret. kind of Stalinist. I way we don't know what the testimony was but we do. Have Taylor's prepared remarks that he and his testimony with we'll have the Civil of most of the other people who who testified including General Vin Ben. Who testified yesterday as we as we recording who is a military officer a who he was he came he was born in Ukraine and he fled to the US when he was three years old with his parents and he has a WanNa pepple haunt? He has served several ambassadorships. And he's basically been a staunch U U. S. person the entire has worked for the US but not much Ukrainian there is. There is no way you can save it. The he has done anything other than valley and serve his country and he was on the cool to Zelenskaya Roy and apparently his testimony has confirmed not only a lot of what we're so blessed did say that the transcript was was reasonable in. Its kind of clarity. That she'd been said Bob missed out. Several things including specific mentions of the company which onto Biden was on the board for and a couple of other things so again again his testimony quite bad bad for trump and trump naturally has decided to say that he is never trumper and and many several Republicans. Not only that but the he is Obviously clearly a Ukrainian double agent. Yes and say yes since since he was born in Ukraine..

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"camdessus" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"camdessus" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Business is still conducted largely in cash because under federal law. The drug remains illegal last month, a house committee advanced legislation that would authorize banks to serve legal marijuana businesses for now managing a pot business in the thirty four states where marijuana is legal requires some creative work arounds as NPR's. Yuki Noguchi reports Tom did you Vanni spends his time trying to figure out how to move money to run his business loads of it. If you is a former Ernst and young accountant and a family, man. But now his job feels a lot more gangster than pencil pusher. Did you Vanni looks like he could be radioed his brother with a nightclub bouncers build? He says he likes living on the edge, at least business wise. And that's how we ended up here. Leaning into an unmarked armored van changes that metal cage it's to protect cash. From would be thieves. This is how you transfer money at Camdessus an organic pop producer in desert hot Springs, California, under the watchful gaze of big men carrying lots of guns have an ankle holster another one of the small of their back, and they're wearing tactical gear pretty crazy safeguard bar-coded bags carrying mostly twenty dollar bills over the course of a month. We probably have two million dollars in cash that's in some state of transit counting all of that is a pain. And it's heavy. He has fulltime workers doing just that three or four hours a day that they're standing in front of that machine. Feeding cash into it three times after every transfer at an undisclosed location that process he says, we're not allowed to see transported again on a random schedule to our processing facility, which is a different city that I won't.

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"camdessus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"camdessus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Normally chief financial officers job involves pouring over balance-sheets and Bank statements. It's a bit different in the cannabis industry. Business is still conducted largely in cash because under federal law. The drug remains illegal last month, the house committee advanced legislation that would authorize banks to serve legal marijuana businesses for now managing pot business in the thirty four states where marijuana is legal requires some creative work arounds. NPR's? Yuki Noguchi reports Tom did you vani spends his time trying to figure out how to move money to run his business loads of it. Did you is a former Ernst and young accountant and a family, man. But now his job feels a lot more gangster then pencil pusher. Did you vani looks like he could be radioed his brother with a nightclub bouncers build? He says he likes living on the edge, at least business wise. And that's how he ended up here. Leaning into an unmarked armored van metal cages that middle cage. It's to protect cash from would be thieves. This is how you transfer money at Camdessus an organic pop producer in desert hot Springs, California, under the watchful gaze of big men carrying lots of guns have an ankle holster like another one of the small of their back, and they're wearing tactical gear. Pretty crazy. They safeguard coded bags carrying mostly twenty dollar bills over the course of a month. We probably have two million dollars in cash. That's in. State of transit counting all that is a pain. And it's heavy he has fulltime workers doing just that it's three or four hours a day that they're standing in front of that machine. Feeding cash into it. It's three times after every transfer at an undisclosed location that process he says, we're not allowed to see gets transported again on a random schedule to our processing facility, which is a different city that I won't name the legal narrow one of business operates in murky financial world without help from major banks can Bessant for example.

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"camdessus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"camdessus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hot Springs, California, under the watchful gaze of big men carrying lots of guns, an ankle holster another one of the small of their back, and they're wearing tactical gear. Pretty crazy. They safeguard bar coded bags carrying mostly twenty dollar bills over the course of the month. We probably have to. Two million dollars in cash that's in some state of transit counting all that is a pain. And it's heavy he has fulltime workers doing just that three or four hours a day that they're standing in front of that machine. Feeding cash into it. Counted three times after every transfer at an undisclosed location that process he says, we're not allowed to see gets transported again on a random schedule to our processing facility, which is different city that I won't name the legal marijuana business operates in a murky financial world without help from major banks can Bessant for example is four years old and built its grow house largely with money from friends and family of the founder twenty seven thousand square feet, total grow the estimated three hundred financial institutions that serve the pun industry are small state chartered banks or credit unions. They're audited frequently and transactions are monitored closely for suspicious activity, a cannabis business paste, thousands and monthly fees just to have an account. Did you vani thought one after scouring the state looking for a credit union willing to deposit his marijuana revenue? It's on the controlled substances act. So that makes us trafficker banks will not lend to the industry because of the federal. Government were to seize a company's assets the lender would have nothing to collect. Did you any says the risk of that is extremely low yet that fear affects nearly every aspect of his job from getting insurance to paying employees and finding accountants as a result. Everything costs more, including two hundred thousand dollar automated wing the Knicks packaging six times faster tool hundreds of Graham, and I call it the we'd robot the interest rate on the loan for that robot cost about triple the normal rate, and that's not all two years ago. An infection destroyed Camdessus hydroponic beds of seedlings, but carbon sheri- wasn't available for marijuana to the company eight the six hundred thousand dollar loss..

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"camdessus" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:54 min | 3 years ago

"camdessus" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Just minutes from now at the top of the hour. News Radio eleven ninety K X. House Judiciary committee yesterday conducted a hearing on hate crimes and white nationalism. Candice Owens, director communications turning point USA was one of those testifying congressman Ted low democrat, California was there. He's a Twitter denizen. He regularly distorts and takes out of context. Everything conservative say is a dishonest creep, and he did it to canvas Owens yesterday. He played a tape of Candace. Oh, unjustified totally out of context. Not play the question. She was asked and in this by his attempting to convince people that can this Owens supports white nationalism. Like Adolf Hitler did. And she ate him for lunch in the response. Here's ten Lou up. First of all, the people that Republicans could have selected they pick Candice Owens. I don't know miss Owens. I'm not gonna characterize. I'm gonna let her own words through the talking. So I'm gonna play for you, the first thirty seconds of a statement. She made about Adolf Hitler. I actually don't have any problems at all of the work nationalism. I think that it gets the definition gets poisoned by lead us it actually globalism vocalism is what I don't want. So when you think about whenever we say, nationalism, the first thing people think about in Elvis in America's Hitler, you know, he was a national socialist. But if Hitler just wanted to make Germany and have things run. Well, okay. All of is that he wanted. He had dreams outside of Germany. He wanted to globalize want everybody to be German, everybody German. Now, he didn't play the question. She was asked and he's attempting to make it look like here, Camdessus Owens and turning point USA black conservative loves Hitler. The only thing wrong with Hitler. Was he tried to export outside a Germany now? Most people would sit there on g complained to the media. But she fired that gets pretty apparent that. Mr. loop believes that black people are stupid and will not pursue the. Full clip in its entirety. He purposely presented at extractors flip suspend for moment. It is not proper to refer disparagingly or to a member of the committee. The witness will not do that again witness may not refer to a member of the committee. Stupid stupid. That's not what I said. That's not what I said at all. You didn't listen to what I said he is assuming that black people will not go pursue the full to our clip, and he purposefully extracted he cut off, and you didn't hear the question that was asked of me he's trying to present. As if I was launching a defensive Hitler in Germany, when in fact, the question that was asked of me was turning to whether or not I believed in nationalism. And that nationalism was bad. When I responded to was I do not believe that we should be characterizing Hitler as a nationalist. He was a homicidal psychopathic maniac that killed his own people. He purposely wanted to give you a cut up similar to what they do Donald Trump to create a different narrative that was unbelievably dishonest and by the way, she didn't call him. So stupid. She said it's pretty apparent Mr Lewis believes black people are stupid here comes Nadler acting. So you can't you can't call a member congresswoman, you're you're you you stop you. You can't do that. But this is she called him out. This is their attempt nationalism equals Hitler doesn't. It never has equal Hitler. But they're trying to make it look like anybody supporting nationalism patriotism anything is Hitler. And he plays. This dishonest soundbite excerpt video of canvas Owens attempting to me, and he just sat there and smirked during her entire response. The guy is dishonest. He is typical of the left cannot deal in truth has dimissed lead has to impugn has to attempt to lie to destroy people's character and reputations. A member of congress to a citizen of the United States testifying before his committee. And he is so uncomfortable of his own positions that he has to entirely fabricate and make up absolute idiocy about Candice Owens and turning point USA and anybody who happens to believe in nationalism as she so properly said Hitler was not a nationalist. He was a murderous psychopath. Anyway, that clip that exchange has now been viewed more times than any other C-SPAN Twitter video in the history of Twitter C-SPAN videos. If you start talking about truth here in things, and it's it's it's it's an elusive concept at one of the reasons is that critical thinking isn't taught anymore and the pursuit of truth is really not even an objective the pursuit of propaganda and indoctrination is. Why choosing a college or university for your kid is so important? There's one college very interested in sharing their learning beyond campus. 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"camdessus" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:36 min | 3 years ago

"camdessus" Discussed on WTVN

"House Judiciary committee yesterday conducted a hearing on hate crimes and white nationalism. Candice Owens, director communications turning point USA was one of those testifying congressman Ted lieu democrat California was there. He's a Twitter denizen. He regularly to starts out of context. Everything conservative say is a dishonest creep, and he did it to canvas Owens yesterday. He played a tape of Candace Owens yesterday, totally out of context. Not play the question. She was asked and in this bite. He's a tempting to convince people that can this Owens supports white nationalism. Like Adolf Hitler did. And she ate him for lunch in the response. Here's ten Lou up. First of all, the people that Republicans could have selected they pick Candice Owens. I don't know miss Owens. I'm not gonna care. Razer I'm gonna let her own words. Talking play for you, the first thirty seconds of a statement. She made about Adolf Hitler. National. The definition gets poisoned. It actually want is what I don't want. So. Nationalism in Hitler, national socialist. But if Hitler just wanted to make Germany. He wanted dreams outside of Germany. He will. Globalize German everybody. Now, he didn't play the question. She was asked and he's attempting to make it look like here, Camdessus Owens and turning point USA black conservative loves Hitler Hitler. Was he tried to export outside a Germany now? Most people would sit there on g complained to the media. But she fired that pretty apparent that? Mr. loop believes that black people are stupid and will not pursue the full clip in its entirety. He purposely presented. Suspend for moment. It is not proper to refer disparagingly to a member of the committee. The witness will not do that. Again witness may not refer to a member of the committee is stupid. What I said that's not what I said at all. Even listen to what I said, he is assuming that black people will not go pursue the full to our clip, and he purposefully extracted he cut off, and you didn't hear the question that was asked of me he's trying to present launching a defensive Hitler in Germany when in fact, the question that was asked of me was turning to whether or not I believe in nationalism. And that nationalism was bad. When I responded to was I do not believe that we should be characterizing Hitler as a nationalist. He was a homicidal psychopathic maniac that killed his own people. He purposely wanted to give you a cut up similar to what they do Donald Trump to create a different narrative that was unbelievably dishonest and by the way, she didn't call him so stupid. She said it's pretty apparent Mr Liu believes black people are stupid, and here comes Nadler acting. So you can't call a member congress. Stop you'll hand do that. But this is she called him out. This is their attempt nationalism equals Hitler, doesn't it never has Hitler. But they're trying to make it look like anybody and supported nationalism patriotism is Hitler. And he plays. This dishonest soundbite excerpt video of candidates, and he just sat there and smirked during her entire response. The guy is dishonest. He is typical of the left cannot deal in truth has dimissed lead has to impugn has to attempt to lie to destroy people's character and reputations. Member of congress to a citizen of the United States testifying before his committee. And he is so unconscious of his own positions that he has to entirely fabricate and make up absolute idiocy about Candice Owens and turning point USA and anybody who happens to believe in nationalism as she so properly said Hitler was not a nationalist. He was a murderous psychopath. Anyway, that clip that exchange has now been viewed more times than any other C-SPAN Twitter video in the history of Twitter C-SPAN videos. Start talking about truth here in things, and it's it's it's it's an elusive concept at one of the reasons is that critical thinking isn't taught anymore and the pursuit of truth is really not even an objective the pursuit of propaganda and indoctrination is. Choosing college or university for your kid is so important. There's one college very interested in sharing their learning beyond campus. These are people at Hillsdale College, and they love teaching they love teaching the American founding. They love teaching the constitution. They want everybody to love appreciate honor and revere this country, and it's founding, and so they make courses that do that available free of charge to anybody wants to watch them. Ten course lecture series is forty minutes per lecture on on average. And you watch.

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"camdessus" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

11:55 min | 3 years ago

"camdessus" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"You think of that as sex trafficking? You're absolutely right. And it's not just somebody walking along the street with a camp in the car down the street. That's right. It it's covered up in areas. And in businesses per se that some people may think of as a big deal, right? There are several venues that that it can show up. I mean right here in Dallas. There are brothels. There are hostess clubs are escort services, their massage parlors there are you know, as in addition to the street prostitution, and so there's not just one way that you can see it. And which makes it very difficult to to understand the scope of the problem and to count how it's happening. One of the biggest areas right now is on the internet and we've seen pornography and with back page and with those in venues, the that's one of the biggest way. So it doesn't just have to be street price. Petition either that is an area that we deal. I think that's the most. Visible one is people. You know, we'll see people walking or whatever same thing with the homeless issue. You know, the most obvious one is when you see somebody homeless on the side of the on the street corner or leaning up against a building or something like that. But homelessness covers whole gamut of things in it's masks in different areas. And sometimes you may not even recognize somebody that is having an issue or hunger is another big issue. Right. You know, it can be masked in a whole bunch of different areas. Same thing with sex trafficking. If you see somebody walking down the street corner or walking along the street corner. That's an obvious sign by. You were talking about like brothels and strip clubs and s what services Michelle massage parlours, many of these which are legal, right? That's right. But what we what we know is the stories that we hear from the girls that we help in the women that we serve that say, you know, I may have been an illegal establishment, but it was a gateway to illegal activity, and so I, you know, where the public may have seen or line for some it could have seen it was legal. But then you go behind the curtain or you go behind the building or you go with the customer, and then it becomes the illegal activity. So it's a gateway into Pat what and what we realize is is that it all stems from one common common thing. And I thought maybe the indicator to being exploited was was, you know, the poverty or maybe it was a racial profile, or as you mentioned. It's just women. And that wasn't the commonality the commonality was this Earl. Early sexual abuse. And we hear it from the women and girls that we help every day and statistics show ninety percent of those in the sex industry had abuse in their childhood. So what we know is that at a four year five year six year old girl that they're being abused. And usually in their home usually by a family member. Those are the stories we hear and they learn at that age. This is what I made to do is be sexually. This is my worth, basically, this is what I may. I mean, you can imagine a four year old girl who doesn't know different. And then she gets into her team years twelve thirteen fourteen and wants to escape that abuse. She she hates it and wants to get out of that old by that time, she's labeled the bad girl. The ran away the throwaway in our society, and she's on the street and within forty eight hours statistics show, she's approached by perpetrator by trafficker, and he says I'm going to take care of you. I'm gonna meet those needs. That your family was not meeting. I'm going to take care of you. And so I'm going to be your boyfriend. I'm gonna meet your I'm going to buy you clothes. You can live with me. I'm going to meet your needs. And then suddenly that becomes a debt that they show Merisi young girls that they can never repay and then it becomes force and coercion. And so that's the anatomy of it. The women. We help have had a lifetime of that. So what we do is we go into the juvenile detention center. And we help those girls aged twelve to seventeen who have been identified by law enforcement is being trafficked, and we give them sexual abuse recovery because that's really what it is a sexual abuse. And we give them prevention to avoid a trafficker when they leave that facility. So it's a key program to go back to where the next assists where the girls start think that early prevention of education as well as catching like you were talking about twelve to seventeen by that time they've already. Been labeled right as having been trafficked. But even earlier than that education on what to look for agencies like children's advocacy centers here in Texas or several of them, then Dallas Collin county do a great job of that of education. And I've got a dear friend of mine who has a law called Jenas law now talking about that specifically for that the said sex education classes will be taught in the schools because she was abused. And again, the statistics show like you were talking about it's not stranger danger. Right. It's somebody at an early age somebody that you knew family member family friend, somebody that you knew and trusted. Yes. The did that that's right. And this is what we're talking about today with new friends new life is just the standing. Effect that something when you were three four five years old has on you. That's right. And unfortunately now like you were talking about different online portals are avenues. Through calm album is just call Spade. A Spade even through things like Facebook, and you know, sites like stick 'em and all these other little chat sessions. This is why it is so important for parents to know what your child is doing. Yes, online because you can go on these sites all day long and see stuff. They you're wondering where is the parent. Right. Where's the parent? And then you can't understand why, you know, your your teenage daughter or son is picked up at two AM by the cops. Exactly. Because you don't know what they were doing for the last several months at eight nine ten o'clock at night. In the room on the computer. Yes. Yeah. There are some definite definite warning signs that we look for when when we're telling parents what to look for their child when we talked to teachers, we talked a social worker. Yeah. Law enforcement help educate us is designed red flags that we can look for if you if you see a young girl who's with an older man who starts to really exert power over her right now, we're seeing brandings tattoos being put on girls where an older man will put his name or a many sign or daddy tattooed across her neck. And that's her branding the show. She is my property at what ages thirteen really because in Texas like I just saw something online. Fact, I think somebody posted it on Facebook that a tattoo parlor here in North Texas. Guy was fired for putting a tattoo on sixteen year old because the age in Texas as it should be personally everywhere. He's eighteen right. What's happening with these girls is not happening in illegal atmosphere. I mean, they're not going to legitimate tattoo parlor and getting brandings happening. I mean, they are having won the pimps really make them appear to be much older than they are. So you may have thirteen fourteen year old girl who may look eighteen years old because the way they are dressed in the way they've done their make you they've done their makeup because they're trying to make them appear older than they are that's one to they're getting them done in in places that are not legitimate companies that are not regulated by laws, and so we're seeing so many of that happening now. So that's a read. That's a red flag warning sign for us another one and again having that control of an older man that that takes care of that having unexcused absences all of a sudden. From school is a sign of at the sexual abuse in about trafficking and a real obvious change in behavior. You know, if you see a warning sign, you think that just doesn't seem right. It's probably not right. And we're just asking the public whether it be the teachers of the social workers to ask and just go a little bit further in the process and do some research to make sure that she's not an coerced or forced atmosphere. I'm being treated as property. Let's talk about. So when when somebody comes to you now, what ages do you do all take an and not just what you take in. But what ages do you see come through your doors? Right. So that program that we have at the juvenile detention is for twelve to seventeen year olds. Then we also have a program for eighteen and above we call it our women's program, and those are for women who want out have been exploited and went out and for that. It's it's a holistic transformational approach, and the reason we have such high success we have over eighty four percent that retention rate that do not leave once they come through our doors. And the reason we feel like we have that as its self select they've decided I want out and so many in the industry say that they went out, but don't feel like they can survive outside of this. So we give them the tools to survive. So we help provide provide for their fiscal needs. So we may help a rent assistance childcare transportation while they're getting their basic needs. Needs met while they're getting GED because Matt vast majority of women that come test do not have high school diplomas. So we help them get GED. We help them enroll into college. If that's part of their desires in their dreams, we help get them job training. So that they can get what we call a second chance job where they can start to build a resume and get references. So that they can live independently. So we match them with social workers who walk alongside them connecting him with community resources helping build a bridge to self-sufficiency. In addition to that eighty percent of the women that Camdessus have children of their own. I was just going to get on that topic. Because unfortunately, we're not just talking about. Okay. It's one person with one person matters. Give me wrong, right? A lot of times this one person has a child. Yes. She'll Bryn right? You know that they're dealing with. So and as we talked about, it's a generational cycle. Many times it's happening because. Abused happening in their home as early child. So it's our opportunity to break that cycle every abuse and trauma and start to work with these children. So we have a children's advocate that works with them on with their teachers and their counsellors, providing parenting, classes and parenting resources for these children as well. So that they are getting their utmost needs met, and which is really key and critical to what we do. We also help with their mental health because as you can imagine with that life of trauma, mental health is a huge need self-esteem absolute.

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"camdessus" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"camdessus" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Every opportunity. It seems to pounce AG's office warning people to beware of any unsolicited calls or emails from individuals posing government officials insurance adjusters utility company representatives, plus avoid providing personal information such as your social security, number or your date of birth. People are also being reminded. That businesses are prohibited from increasing prices for items during a declared state of emergency, no gouging. And you can report price gouging to the state consumer protection unit. Again, you know, they're scammers out there. And they're opportunists looking to prey on you in these tough times. So do be careful. Okay. Vision care center is back open after an FBI search. But a lot of people still scratching their heads about what this is all about. Here's Kim Colombian. From eyewitness news Koch patients like Henry Boyer arts scratching their heads. What in the world, they do get the federal government to investigate them. Many questions remain. After federal agents conducted searches at Clarice vision care centers in Warwick, Cranston, Dartmouth the FBI confirming to us they are working with another agency conducting court authorized activity the other agency, the US department of health and human services office of the inspector general a spokeswoman for them telling us, they can neither confirm nor deny ongoing investigations. But suggesting to us to contact the Rhode Island US attorney's office a voicemail for the offices spokesperson says he is on furlough on Wednesday, our cameras captured agents carrying boxes out of the various I care centers. Boyer was watching wondering if his appointment would be cancelled it wasn't. And while he says, the patients were a buzz wondering what had happened the staff was all business or she wants to see me in three weeks two weeks, actually. Questionable. Who my mind is will they be there in two weeks? And I did also reach out again to the eye care offices parent company, Claris vision and also to Camdessus with lists Clarice as part of its portfolio, so far I have not heard back from either. So I think it's fair to say that this story remains rather clouded in mystery, and who will get to the bottom of it. I which television network, I'd I should say television station, and then they'll have their shiny promo on the very next day as I heard and I reported good Lord, six forty NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven.

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