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"carmichael" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets
"To somebody. I think it's a lot easier now than it ever used to be. If you wanted to get to grant cardona for example the easiest way to do it is one you pay attention to. What is he promoted promoting right now as the right now. He's promoting his tax event and undercover billionaire. And he's that's what he's in promotion mode for. But what i would then do is look at who is grant following on instagram. Looking like tactical hacks people can take from this episode. Rewind this part of bookmark market it and save it so you can use it because this will help. Who is greg car. Don't follow it on instagram. He's followed by millions of people. But who is he following a much much much smaller number some of those people who he is following. We'll be even more difficult to get like. Maybe he's following the rock so great iraq is to be harder to get on your show then then green card on but there's a lot of people that he's following would actually be super easy to get on your show and so the play becomes. Okay i want to get the grant. That's my in game. So i'm gonna go and find anybody who's following who is accessible to me and i'm going to. Dm them and say. Hey i love to have you on my show we talk about xyz right then. What you do is when you have a couple of those people you message grant to say he grant. We've had these people on our show. We'd love to have you. And those are all people that he recognizes right so means something so a grant follows me so evan carmichael means something to the grant. Evan carmichael means nothing to a whole bunch of means nothing to the rock. I haven't carmichael. It doesn't mean anything to the rock. Probably unless he watches videos to maybe but it means something the grant and so if you've got all his friends on it's much easier for him to say yes and then that in us grant scheme to go pull the next door to get ahead of the line. Yeah i i love that. And i've noticed that with with this show obviously right now. The show isn't necessarily massive. My intention is obviously i. I love doing this. I want more people to hear it. And see it. And i think there's always evaluate i'm passionate about some- i'm rocking with it. Anyway and just the fact of having this opportunity to talk to people like yourself as being incredible but his only come from the fact that i started to do it and when we start we start with getting people that are accessible and then as you said i love that analogy pulling on the twitter and i've always thought about like that i thought i would love to have. Who would i love to have a conversation with. And how do i. I didn't use the twitter analogy. But how do i move my way up to be in a place where they are accessible. And i think that's powerful because people have audiences and if we want to grow housing anita tap in into this sometimes. We're gonna be providing value for them differently. Obfuscate saying there's a lot of experts who are listening to this. That a really good at what they do but they're just finding people to be able to see. That message is a struggle now with your with your content creation and probably going to this and i apologize. I've been trying to figure it out. You talk of at least heard about sort of pyramid of influence. You took dream is believe as eccentric and you break that down a little bit for us. I think that's incredible. Oh wow okay. So that's something new. That i'm still where i don't even where you found that because haven't made a video on that one. I'm not sure i'm might have deconstructed. But i've noticed that you're looking at influencing. I was talking to somebody a friend of mine. And we're talking about sort of what you're doing and breaking it down okay. So this is still often. I'm very much working through at the moment right now. So kudos to you and your teams are know doing the homework to dig that up. Because nobody's asking about that yet. I think at the very beginning. If you look at the spectrum of person development that the framework that i'm creating right now is step one or stage one the the what we call the haters and these are people who they don't necessarily hate you the hate themselves in they have. They have tried things. They tried their own business. They tried click finals. And it doesn't work for them and you know they quit for a whole bunch of reasons but now because they quit. They can't have anybody else around them win. Because what does that say about them right. And so there there in this really negative zone. I think that's most of the world to be honest. Most of the world are in the no business. I can't win. I can't do. I can't start a podcast. I can't launch my own product. i can't create a funnel just stuck in. No that's most of the world. The next step is the wannabees in the wannabes are a lot of my audience. Lot of your audience of the people who are listening or paying attention or watching subscribe to a show like this watch my contents got my channel and they they get motivated but they don't do enough and you have to recognize that watching. The video alone isn't enough. Going to an event isn't enough. Reading book isn't enough compared to who is around you. You're doing a lot more you're encouraging you're positive you're optimistic your guiding people. You're giving them book recommendations but it doesn't actually count until you start doing something with it. You have to make your first podcast. You have to make your first youtube either. You have to create your first funnel and get something going where a lot of people are stuck in that. Wanna be phase of being able to talk a good game in having the dreams and aspirations of wanting to have whatever's on their vision board or dream board but they don't they don't take any action on do enough So unfortunately a lot of people are in that zone of starting and stopping and starting stopping and starting stopping. And that's why. I think a lot of a lot of the audience who who's watched like this where they're stuck. You're not you don't hate life. You're very hopeful for life. But you're not doing enough consistent action. Then you get to the achievers. And the cheers of the people who are taking action who are facing their fears. Who are taking on the difficult things that in their head. They say they can't do. It doesn't count until it's hard right. Whatever you're going to do start your show launch a funnel. There's going to be these moments. That are really hard. And and what do you do you back down because if you only do it when it's easy you're gonna stay stock. And then the last step of the higher achievers and those are the people who consistently do it when it's hard like every now it's hard i show up. It's hard i show up. It's hard i show up right. I made videos through breaking my neck. Rally broke my neck on my tour in two thousand nineteen and i still. Every day was making videos right. They may not have been the best. Videos would have been my most eloquent videos but i was still in front of the camera making videos. And that's the difference. Is you still show up So my goal to move as many people as possible from the beginning to to get to the end. And i think that's where a lot of people in personnel development fall down because they're mostly targeting the wannabes people who already know they have a dream but they're not sure how to do it and they need help getting started where i wanna go earlier. I want to target the haters. Not want wanna talk to the people who don't think it's even possible in and slowly ship them with that in mind. That changes how you market yourself so if you look at my website. I looked at my contemporaries. I looked at the people that we work with tony. Robbins and those guys and you go to their homepage. What do you see. You see people jumping on stage. You see like thousand people bouncing and having a great time and if you are want to be or achiever a high achiever you love that. It's like yeah. I want to go to that. That's a rock. Concert franche printers. Let's go but if you're a hater you look adine say that's a cult. I don't want anything to do with that. So i shifted my sight to be designed to try to target the haters to try to shift as many as possible to move down the person development spectrum. So that's a new model. I'm working through more will come out. You know in the future so we got a scoop here on on on james's show i love it. Thanks dude. I appreciate you sharing that. Do you find that it's attracting more haters to you or is it. do you find it. It's actually spurring more conversation that that leads in the positive direction. If.
Hall of Fame Class Has Something for Everybody
"The twelfth grade selected to the pro football hall of fame in twenty twenty were finally inducted in canton a year later to the pandemic the extra large class in honor of the NFL centennial included for safety's Steve Atwater cliff Palestine is showing twenty Polamalu to wide receivers Harold Carmichael and Isaac Bruce offense of linemen Jimbo covert and Steve Hutchinson and one running back former cult Edgerrin James so many people don't have dreads and gold teeth and be accepted in an affair but I never listen to always know what won't a great football player two Super Bowl winning coaches bill Cowher and Jimmy Johnson we're trying to long with former commissioner Paul tightly Abreu I'm Tom Merriam
The Scammer Who Sold America on a Three-Wheeled Car
"Of the past. We generally start with one and where they are born but to give you an idea of just how shrouded in mystery this story is. We can't even provide you that sources. Say that geraldine elizabeth carmichael known as liz was born in nineteen twenty seven or nineteen twenty eight or nineteen thirty seven and a birth certificate. That could clarify. That has never been found. According to liz carmichael herself who will soon find out may or may not be the most reliable source. She was born in indiana. Liz earned a mechanical engineering degree and married a nasa engineer with whom she had five children before he died. And she became a widow by the early nineteen seventies liz. Her kids in lizards sister-in-law. Vivian had made their way out west to los angeles california. Liz was not your average woman. Most notably when it came to her build at six foot one and over two hundred pounds. She towered over. Choose tenacious a fierce matriarch oozed confidence and she valued two things above all else family and money. Religion didn't make the cut and liz his own words quote if you have enough self esteem you don't need god is confidence the only thing the only flattering thing that you lose. I think so that guy. That guy's a nice guy. He uses kindness like it's not it doesn't really work. Oh man this i mean. He was oozing chivalry like his humility was just sitting out of the air. Speaking of wish lists had so much self esteem in fact that in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. She left her marketing job to create a brand new car company. The twentieth century motorcar cooperation. The automotive industry at the time was even more male dominated than this today and liz was determined to be its first and only female ceo. But she
The Benefits of Incorporating Cycling Into Your Running Routine
"Then what are some of the benefits. I mean let's talk a little bit about the ability you can get your heart rate pretty high right which you can't do in the pool If you want you know for thinking of traffic sports but Heart rate high low impact whether what other things to cycling kept going for it. Yeah you know. It's actually funny when those with was saying that it reminded me back in twenty ten. I think i took a year off triathlon. And i just did marathons and the coach that i was working with at the time was a marathoner and he had me doing a ton of biking not too much not too long but frequency over duration and intensity over Some other stuff so a lot of the big ring work and a lot of the short like vio to lake minute thirty minute and a half anything under two minutes. Kind of all out is what. I was doing to kind of supplement the running because marathon runners usually run so much during the week and i just don't respond well to it s. Most people don't respond well to them many miles so just the off the legs but also having some intensity and having some kind of you know. The circular motion of the running and cycling sometimes complement each other really. Well yeah. yeah. I mean people who have paid attention for the run of run like a mother. Another runner no that. I basically trained for the nike women's marathon on my bike and got a fracture Gosh early on in the training. And i was not. I was not given up that marathon. Come hell or high water. I was going to it with my one in three year old. I was like san francisco. Boston going and my coach at the time. Who was it. Carmichael training systems was like okay. We're hitting the bike and holy cow. I worked so freaking hard on that bike but it you know and my longest run i think was like sixteen miles and certainly i wasn't absolutely one hundred percent prepared for that marathon but but it can get you a really nice part of the way especially like you said if you're injury-prone or don't do well with a lot of high
"carmichael" Discussed on Write Your Legend
"We have numerous listeners and I think every single one of you, but the way that you can contribute and payback is, if you write a review and we will give you a shout out in the next podcast. Hi guys, we got a good one for you today. And some of you might already know him. His name is Evan Carmichael. He has almost 3 million subscribers on his YouTube and probably by the time you listen to this, he'll have a three million but Evan Carmichael believes in entrepreneurs Gary vaynerchuk called him the DJ who inspires people and N bill, it called him the modern-day Napoleon Hill at 19 Haddon built and sold a biotech software company. And at 22, he was a venture capitalist. Raising five hundred thousand to Fifteen million dollars. He now runs a YouTube channel 4, Entrepreneurs with over 2 million subscribers. Like I said now, three and probably over five hundred million views has wrote for books and speaks globally. And I've actually met him in person, he I do have to tell you, is a wonderful and actually very humble guy. He wants to solve the world's biggest problems. People don't. He wants people to believe in themselves. Enough and Forbes has a cat named him. One of the world's top 40, social marketing talents, and ink named him, one of the hunter, great leadership, speakers and twenty-five social media. Keynote speakers, you need to know he said, World Records using a trampoline and a stand-up desk. Owns Canada's largest salsa dance studio where he has met his wife, you know, guys, I always tell you to go to salsa Studios and has a Founder. It was bag in front of him all day long to remind him that he is stronger than the Doritos. And Toronto is as home. She has a husband, father, and a fan, and I am so dead. So pleased to welcome Evan Carmichael as we talk about building and becoming a purpose and how to find it enjoyed today's podcast. First of all, I just want to say thank you for taking out some time with me today, to do this interview. I know a lot of men are going to love it and by the way, Jeremy is amazing. Oh, awesome. Yeah, it was a fun story with Jeremy week and I've been if you want but wherever you wanna take things, I'm all yours. I'm excited to be here. Let's do it, let's do it. All right, so what I want to talk about too is one of the things that I know about you and what captivated my attention because of the love and relationship problem that I'm in helping me out a lot with their lives in regards to this is I love that you've met your wife when you were salsa dancing. Okay, is that right? You met her when you were soft jazz, more money, budgeted dancing. It's a lot closer than salsa but yes, at my dance studios where we met, and that's amazing. And it's funny because I tell a lot of my guys like that are, single, might want to find a lovely job. Man to actually go out there and do some lessons and salsa Bachata or Merengue. So that's why I love that you met her there. So one of the things I wanted to ask you too is I know, you know, being an entrepreneur and your upbringing into the entrepreneur spirit. I know a lot of your story of how you also became an entrepreneur. But on your website, you break down, like, who you were kind of, you know, and I love how you who you've been. And you say, shy broke in inverted. No friends. Don't fit in always sick, bad student. Perfectionist nervous, tics slow learner, failed marriage, afraid to disappoint and parents took two psychologists. So I want to know a little bit about what was it? That one Veil that lifted, you just to become powerful. And to someone, you always probably wanted to be.
How To Transform Anxiety Into Something Useful
"My fabulous. Co host is dr chloe carmichael. She's a friend of the show. You've seen her podcast before her podcast before we love to have you back And actually dr khloe. You have a brand new book out. Congratulations thanks so much amer. Yeah i'm really excited. And we just got an endorsement from deepak shop press so that new yes and so the book is called nervous. Energy harnessed the power of your zaidi. And i love this because it's really about sort of taking our anxiety and transforming it into something positive. I think that you know so many people. These days are telling me that they've got batting zaidi. Do you think that's a relatively. You know newish thing i do. I mean we've had so many stressors in the world lately right like just left and right twenty twenty was like the year of the stressors But the way that you know people are freezing that to you. I think is so interesting. When people say like wife had batting's diety you know Because we don't have to always necessarily think of it as bad but it does snowball if we think to start with anxiety must be bad then we get anxious about having the anxiety and you know that actually makes us more anxious and it can even prevent us from actually just dealing with whatever the source is of the anxiety and the good news is even that the anxiety can actually become a real plus mother nature gives us a little boost of adrenaline and our focus. Even visually actually gets better when we have a certain amount of anxiety and that boost is because it's there to help us to deal with stressors but if we don't know how to channel and we ruminate we get stuck
Sacramento CA City schools set date to reopen classrooms
"Stories. Steady declines in the number of covert 19 cases, coupled with vaccinations are leading to more schools reopening here's fifth graders Sabrina Oldham, a student at San Juan Unified School District in Carmichael, Just since we talked three introduce myself to some people. And get to know people again. Sacramento City schools are scheduled to open for in person learning next month, The city school district finally reached an agreement over the weekend with the Teachers Association. After months of negotiations, pre K through third grade and K through sixth Special Day classes will return April 8th Grade. It's four through six are set to start April. 15th and grades seven through 12 come back April. 22nd District Superintendent Jorge Aguilar says 53% of their students are facing back to in person learning while the rest chose to
With many hungry for content, Sundance market heats up
"I'm Julie Walker the Sundance Film Festival kicks off today and like so many other things affected by the corona virus it's had to reinvent itself online more than seventy two feature films like Judas in the black messiah by Shaka king are debuting over the next week a virtual Sundance could prove to be a robust market for companies looking for content Judas as well as robin Wright's land use issues will already be available to the masses in the coming weeks but most are acquisition title seeking distribution deals like Questlove summer of soul the No Larson novel turned film passing by Rebecca hall and Gerard Carmichaels on the count of three just to name a few getting buzz I'm Julie Walker
"carmichael" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show
"Things that you can you can share of like rituals that you do to them to take action when you're stuck in a spot of your in fear and you're not taking the action you want to take and you're stuck. What do you do? If I'm in fear of doing something the two things that really helped our 1 a.m. Remind myself of service. Like why am I doing this if I went out to get up on the stage of twenty five thousand people or whatever. I'm going to I'm going to remind myself aside. Even for me. I'm not here for me. I'm here for them. I have something I can help these people. I'm here to serve them and that getting out of the the ego and selfishness. I guess really helps and then too I go to a game. I don't want to I would want to regret like what's the what's the alternative? I'm going to walk away. Right? And then I'm going to regret that that I didn't do this thing just because I was afraid of it, right so service and regretted the things that I always leaning over I'm nervous or afraid. That's awesome. So if someone wants to get a hold of you yeah to work with you an executive advice, you know adviser. However, you work. How do they do it? What do they what do they need to do? Just look at Byron Carmichael off my website. I'm on pretty much all the social Network's wherever you are. I'll probably be there. That's awesome. So I just want to thank you so much for tuning in today for living the law of action even thank you so much man off. Really? That's awesome. It was really great. And I got to tell you live a life of inspired action. You deserve that happily ever after. Take action live a life inspired action and go and change the world. You can do it. Thanks for joining us everybody. Thank you for listening to The Living the law of action show with mr. Action Rob Actis. Please rate review And subscribe..
"carmichael" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show
"The law of action podcast but virtual here at Vince Summit 2019. Hi, it's Rob active and I'm a very very special guest. You know, if you're just tuning in fog in the live-action podcast, you're like who is Rob Estes? I'd like to share with you. Actually. I'm a lot of things. But today I want to tell you about this. First of all, I'm a father but I want to tell you that I'm an office and wrote a book called The Law of action. So about breaking through your fears and living a life of inspired action and not letting fear stop you. So you live every day like you want to be alive. I had a near-death experience. I had a blood clot my daughter had a near-death experience and she had brain surgery in four strokes and was in a coma and when you're in those situations. You will find you have Sig massive immediate action in both of those circumstances. And I learn that when you take massive inspired action your life can change and I also learned that if you don't live every day, like you want to be alive dead. You never know when that can happen. So I'm excited to say that I have an incredible entrepreneur and I'm so fortunate to have him here on the edge of living the live-action podcast and his name is Evan Carmichael and I can say a lot of things about Evan but one why don't you just look at his shirt and it'll tell you everything about him. He's an entrepreneur. He's a rack a Creator Faith Hustler fighter Challenger dreamer influencer Freedom thinker Chaser help her rich leader renovator boss Fearless artists Wonder Explorer trillionaire prayer Adventures, give her lover to believe her and at nineteen years old. He was part of a biotech company. Is that right? Yeah biotech company and Did some incredible things he created the company and then he sold it has been an entrepreneur for a long time and he is a true action taker. So please welcome Evan, Thanks a lot man. I've never been touched so much. Okay. So having me absolutely so, you know, we were talking about taking action. So one before we started to show we looked at your nineteen years old. Yeah, you cross paths with some guys that are really smart and they're coders and you have an opportunity to be part of a biotech company nineteen years old. Yeah, so you could you could have let fear stop you. So I would say that you decided to do something. Yeah, like you wanted an opportunity Universe said, hey, here's your opportunity you plan for it. So you've got in the right place at the right time. Yep, when that opportunity came, you took massive inspired action. Yeah. It was a tough decision ever had to make my life. I thought I wanted to be an investment banker, right? And so I had all these opportunities log. Six figures travel around the world or be the CEO of three person company So Co doesn't really matter but basically make three hundred bucks a month and own 30% of a company wage and it was a biotech software company where I'm not a coder science is my worst subject in high school. I dropped it as soon as possible and in my head and I'm I can't do this month. And how am I going to sell? If I'm even though I'm the business guy. How am I going to sell the people who have phds and our three times my age? I was scared, but in my head I told myself I would rather no one fail than own. No, absolutely. Absolutely. And so I had to do it even though I thought I probably wasn't it wasn't going to work out because most start-ups fail and also now consider I know nothing about this field that I'm getting into. It's probably going to work out, but I knew that if I didn't do it, I would regret it. And so I had to try and I thought you know what I can always go back to the other job. It may not be the same job same pay, but I can get another job this thing. I didn't know if I'd ever home. Chance again. And so I have to go off and take massive inspired action, right? Yeah, so you had a big win. So we talked about deciding planning an act and when you do that, it creates momentum in your life. Yeah, and you had a big win I you know, I mean, I would say that let's just say this had you not taken inspired action and said, you know what it's not for me and let fear stop me what could have been the cost. I mean just I probably hate my life, you know, I mean it really hit me when there was a guy went to high school with who were friends and went down the same path that we were on the same path together going to Investment Banking and I had then been sold my company and about five years after he came back to Toronto my hometown and they said hey can can I meet you want to ask you something and so we met at a Starbucks and he said I went down the path of investment banking and I hate it and I don't know what to do. Right. I'm I'm want to find another path, but I don't know how and and I tried to help him to the best that I could at that time. But in the back of my head is mad dog. Could have been me like if I didn't go and just say yes to that opportunity that was afraid to say yes to if it didn't say yes to it. I might be like him hated my life hating your life. Yeah, you know what? It's not it's not good to hate your life. Yeah, it's not it's not good at your life. You know, if you see my Facebook lives, you know that, you know, I recently had a friend that just passed away and you know that I had a near-death experience and my daughter and other people at VIP package that have come up to me and they said oh my God, my friend was just chilled. He was shot like just just a couple of days ago and we were going to do this big business venture and stuff. So it's all about really taking the inspired Action phone not letting fear. Stop you. Yeah. I mean, I broke my neck earlier this year in two spots. I fainted and I hit my head on the wall and broke my neck. And yeah, you know, my wife is worried that I had a condition where it wasn't going to wake up and There were no signs. It was no like I I fainted out of nowhere and so just a reminder and I know you have a process every day to remind yourself to take action in that today matters and is important but I think that's a really important message cuz it's easy to think. Well today doesn't matter. You know, I'll do it tomorrow. I'll do it tomorrow, but there may not be a matters. Yeah today matters is it? Here Comes it's coming it matters. Yeah, you need to realize that this is it. This is not a dress rehearsal and that everyday manners and every moment matters. And the other thing is is that if she's holding back. So for example your software company. Yeah, so he had had Evan not taken action. What what could have happened was, you know, and you profited when you sold your company you did you did. Okay just had a $3 a month on a smile on your face. So what.
'Louder Than A Riot' Podcast Finds Evidence Rapper Mac Might Be Innocent
"2001. The rapper Mac Phipps was convicted of manslaughter, his crime, killing a young fan at a nightclub in Slide L. Louisiana, where Phipps was performing. Many at the time. It was another story of a gangster rapper living the life he celebrated in his lyrics. But the new podcast from NPR music louder than a riot finds evidence that Mac Phipps may actually be innocent. NPR's Sydney Madden and Rodney Carmichael, pick up the story. Max trial to place across the lake from New Orleans in front of a suburban all white jury. The prosecution's argument was simple. That called himself the camouflage assassin. All you have to do is listen to his music to know he was guilty. Kill, Kill miss real you cross people got his part of the prosecutor's opening arguments reenacted from court transcripts. Murder, murder, Kill, kill! Pull the trigger. Put a bullet in your head. Those are some of the lyrics that this defendant chooses to rap when he performs. This is the self proclaimed camouflaged assassin. At the conclusion of this trial. I am going to ask you to rip the camouflage from this assassin and reveal him as the killer that he is. NPR reached out to prosecutor Bruce Dearing for an interview. But he declined. Now there was other evidence people saw him with the gun and two eye witnesses pinned him as the shooter. Mac has always maintained his innocence. He listened as the prosecutor, cherry picked lines from different songs, even changing his lyrics. We'll be killed, just like Damn. I haven't lived my whole life trying to Max first album for No Limit. He broke the top 20, Don't they? Government closed my home, but at the time Mac didn't want his mom. She loved to hear it. He is in my hands, a lot of person and that because you know, he don't like the curse in front of me. I'm like well Let me hear it anyway, you know, so I heard it. I liked it. You know, I know it was a lot of it was a little raunchy. I looked at him like, okay. I knew it was all about, you know him, want to get paid and help his family out of the struggles that we would have, and Mac moved his family to a nice house and give them jobs and his production company. His parents even worked at his shows. Things were good. For a while. We probably one of the nicest guys I haven't met his master P again. They got the wrong guy. I mean, we talk about assassin you're talking about verbal assassins were talking about how he killed people with his lyrics. And I think the system mixed that up rap about all kinds of stuff. I used to write while trying to save a world I rap about all types of stuff growing up. You know, and That was actually my favorite type. He was what they would call today or conscious hip hop or whatnot. After I was gone before I signed with the letter, I didn't seem to be able to great throw back then. That's that. But here I stopped making a type of music that selling All over for this music is being used against me. In course, when Max Cherry came back, the verdict was guilty. He got 30 years program a crime like that my life. Like a kid again. I went back to the channel when they brought me back. I was saying that I was angry with God or anything. I was angry, like, knew. How could you do this to me? Max been behind bars for 20 years now. In the time since the state's case against him has fallen apart. For one thing. Another man originally confessed to the crime. The prosecution dismissed him. They said he wasn't believable. I just thought that wants these people saw the videotape profession. I was going home, but I had never heard of anything in my life like that. Like you know, someone confessing to something that person still staying in prison. One of the state's two eye witnesses even recanted, she says now that she didn't see anything, but she was threatened with an obstruction charge if she didn't testify at the time, she was pregnant, and the D a told her quote. You're gonna have that baby in prison. NPR has since talk to new witnesses who tell a very different story than the one presented in court. About what happened that night. My mom gave me permission to go and me and my best friend who lived across the street. We Put on matching skirts and we went. That's Jamie Wilson, she says. There's no way Matt could have been the shooter. We had just gotten drinks and the song was handing. We had missed most of it trying to get a drink. Remember, we were complaining about that. And, um Max started to come off of the stage and then it's like Seconds later, it felt like or maybe a minute or two shots rained out. Remember, he was still right there like this is going on. And so he kind of like, get down, you know, and I ducked. You know, I was freaking out on the floor of my coma. Gone. Are we going to die? Because they're like, Oh, my God. Oh, my God! Oh, my God. And then, as Mac was getting up, he drew a weapon and was like, Where's my mom? Where's Mama? He was asking. Where's his mama? The next day, Jamie went to the police with the story. But she says the detective did anything but put her at ease. I've never felt so small before in my life. It was I think he called me a liar at one point. No, he used liar or you lied or something to that nature. It's like he was except that we existed that that there was someone that is saying no to everything that they're saying. You know, it's like you can tell that they just I didn't want to listen. They just didn't want to hear Max. Many appeals have never worked. His last hope now rests with the U. S. Supreme Court. That's because Max jury was split into two on his guilt. See, Louisiana allowed non unanimous convictions at the time, a century old racist law written specifically to weaken the impact of black jurors. But this year, the Supreme Court actually ruled that that was unconstitutional. But the ruling isn't necessarily retroactive. So while his lawyers work to throw out his conviction Mac's family waits. Of her people say this before, but is really true is when someone is locked up in prison. It seemed like the whole family's locked up, you know? All of us and never feel free until so he's out. Especially someone is there's enough for a crime he didn't commit. But Mac's case is hardly isolated. Prosecutors have used rap lyrics against defendants in hundreds of cases all over the country. Experts say the true number is actually hard to quantify. No other genre gets misused this way, But
Ransomware epidemic during the pandemic
"This week's warnings about hospitals in ransomware continued to move organizations to higher levels of alert and to be born out in reported attacks. US public and private organizations. CISA. The FBI and the Department of Health and Human Services on the federal side. and. Fire is Mandy Unit on the private side have warned that organizations in the healthcare and public health sector are under an increasing threat from ransomware strains deployed are usually conti and especially riot. The perpetrators are russophone gangsters not spies. These particular gangsters get even worse press than such gun IFS usually ATTRAC- brazen ars technica calls them others say despicable conscienceless loathesome you get the picture. It's clear why they've attracted so much deserved odium attacks on the availability of healthcare are hateful and the best of times and with the covid nineteen pandemic. These aren't the best of times. It's equally clear why the hoods are interested in hospitals, data availability and privacy are at a premium and the healthcare sector is under unusual pressure to knuckle under extortion. They can't always shrug off a successful attack when patients safety and privacy are at stake. Security Affairs says, the hospitals in new. York Vermont have been the latest riot victims. Both the Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in Brooklyn and the University of Vermont. Health Network have disclosed that they've sustained and are recovering from ransomware attacks. They're not alone wired puts the number of ransomware attack against hospitals in the dozens and the Wall Street Journal quotes Charles Carmichael. Chief Technology Officer at fire is Mandy in cybersecurity firm is saying quote most threat actors. They're explicitly not looking to hit hospitals. This group in particular has explicitly stated that they're going to hit hospitals and they've proven it. He adds this is the most significant cyber threat that I've seen in the United States in my career and quote. While, US hospitals have been notably affected by CYBERCRIME. It's not solely a US problem. The Montreal Gazette reports that various targets in Quebec have been hit including non healthcare targets and the transportation and law enforcement sectors. Montreal's Jewish General Hospital has been hit with cyber attack. The hospital's administrators says wasn't ransomware, but his conclusion was based on the fact that no extortion demand had yet been received.
Amid pandemic, hospitals warned of 'credible' and 'imminent' cyberthreat
"Beyond this number of hospitals that have been hit with this cyberattack thus far, Nicole pro. Roth reporting at the New, York Times that the hackers behind these attackers who are believed to be based in Moscow and Saint Petersburg Russia these hackers quote have been trading a list of more than four hundred US hospitals they plan to target. And if this is causing you to get a little pit in your stomach, you are not alone cybersecurity. People are kind of freaking out about this. Here's from the Associated Press to really good roundup on this today. Co The offensive by a Russian speaking, criminal gang coincides with the US presidential election although there is no immediate indication, they were motivated by anything but profit. Charles Carmichael Chief Technical Officer of Cybersecurity Firm. Mandat said in a statement quote we are experiencing the most significant cyber security threat. We have ever seen in the United States. Alex Holden, CEO of hold security, which has been closely tracking the ransomware and question for more than a year. Agreed that the unfolding offensive is precedent magnitude for the US given its timing in the heat of a contentious presidential election and the worst global pandemic in a century.
Boston University professor crushed to death in elevator accident
"Ah, Boston University professor was crushed to death by an elevator in her apartment building. When it suddenly dropped, trapping her between floors. What my wife saw was the lady's arms like hanging on to her package. Oh, said building resident Eric Carmichael. Hey, describing the evening of horror that killed French lecturer carry O'Connor, a man who witnessed the accident had to be rushed to the hospital for trauma. I I heard someone That was bringing in a package out in the hallway and then I heard ungodly Scream, said resident Lea Answer Cause scores Oni We ran into the hallway. We saw a gentleman who was obviously in distress. He was screaming and hyperventilating, saying she's dead. She's dead scores only told CBS that the man who witnessed the accident was helping O'Connor that the woman who was crushed With a box into the building, and he was going up the stairs and he had told her Hey, be careful because you have to pull the door across and then step in and then press the button of the of the elevator. If you have something in their it contributor a sensor, she said of the lift, which she described his old fashioned. The witness believes that whatever O'Connor was trying to get in there, hit the censor, and that started the elevator moving the elevators. Roof was visible from the lobby after the
Greatest Hits: Physician, Test Thyself
"While at the medical pneumatic institute of Bristol in the seventeen ninety s Humphry Davy studied gases studied by inhaling. The today's theme was still in any way unclear. Devi would set up chemical reactions and then inhale the resulting gas one gas gave him a pleasant sensation and the impulse to laugh at everything he had discovered. Nitrous oxide though. His initial attempts were meant to reproduce the pleasurable effects of opium and alcohol. Davey would ultimately recommend the use of nitrous oxide as an anesthetic. Your dentist gives you a blend of fifty percent nitrous and fifty percent oxygen but devi was huffing hundred percent nitrous oxide which is probably why he enjoyed it enough to start hosting parties. Were friends would inhale it from silk bags when it came time to test his polio vaccine. Dr Jonas Salk decided to avoid the long drawn out. Human clinical trial process the only suitable tests subject was himself and his family in nineteen forty seven. Salt was working on a vaccine for the crippling disease. While at the University of Pittsburgh he needed a healthy volunteer to test it and administered it to himself his wife and their three sons. It worked and was soon implemented in a nationwide test that showed dramatic results in two years. Polio cases decreased from twenty nine thousand to less than six thousand salk didn't patent the vaccine in assisted that it should remain free and available to everyone saying. Could you patent the Sun as a result? He's often remembered. As one of history's great humanitarian. Since Dr Olivier Immune System was a brilliant cardiologists zone practice in the second half of the twentieth century when he developed a life hindering addiction to alcohol fearing for his life. He immersed himself in a rehab therapy but nothing worked so he did the only thing he felt he could. He took his treatments into his own hands. Searching For a cure he happened upon back. Lafon a muscle relaxant. That had been used for years but it shown promising results in studies with laboratory animals addicted to a variety of substances Doctor Amos in prescribe himself the drug and experimented with increasingly higher doses until he finally reached a level that left him free of any craving for alcohol. He published his results in two thousand and four which a team of Italian scientists tested with promising results in two thousand eight Werner forsman was German urologist who during his surgical training in nineteen twenty. One pioneered the technique of cardiac catheterization the inserting a catheter into the heart. To measure the pressure inside and decide whether a patient needs surgery building on the work of scientists who has successfully catheterization a horse in eighteen sixty one force was inspired to try to replicate that work in humans but couldn't get permission for human trials of such a dangerous sounding experiment undeterred. He asked an operating room nurse to procure the necessary equipment. She agreed but only on the noble condition that he experimented on her rather than trying to do it to himself. No sooner was she prepped. On the table than foresman anesthetize his own arm and made a cut inserting the catheter. Twelve inches or thirty centimeters into his name. He then casually climbed two flights of stairs to the X. Ray Sweet before threading it all the way into his heart and having an x ray done to check the placement. He was later forced to resign from that hospital. Then hired back and fired again in the early thirties doctors. Herbert Woollard an Edward Carmichael. Notice that when an internal organ was damaged patient sometimes felt pain in unconnected parts of their body. They decided to deliberately damaged one of their own internal organs to study the effects. But what internal organ did they have? That was both critical and easily damaged. Maybe one or a pair of ones that's effectively on the outside of the body for easy access Yup. They chose to experiment with their gentlemen's BITs to study pain in their notes. Willard in Carmichael recorded that the testes was drawn forward and placed under a Pan that could hold weights though they recorded. Neither whose testees. Who did the drawing forward weights were added to the Pan and the resulting sensations were recorded. The pair performed the experiment. Multiple Times sometimes injecting various sections of the testicles with local anesthetic to
Honoring Fallen Phoenix Police Officer Greg Carnicle
"Is police week and we honor the the men and women who have paid the ultimate price and serving in their communities police officers across the country and one of the most one of the most heartfelt stories and things that really played on this community was dealing with covert nineteen and the death for the first time ever the commander with the Phoenix police department and commander Carmichael gave his life at a domestic violence call and one of the people I've had the privilege of working with here at KTAR news is alley vendor who covers first responders and does the best job of it in the valley by far and she acquired an interview with the family of commander chronicle first of all alley I wanna ask you got on a personal level they had to be tough had to be tough for you to do that interview it was it was a unique experience and as tough as it was it was incredible to see the amount of strength in this family obviously just months after a husband and a father and a grandfather passed away they opened up their home to me essentially a stranger and they just told me about the love that they had for him and have for him in to do C. B. in this man's home I sat at his kitchen table and I saw the pictures on their walls and it was a very surreal feeling
"carmichael" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Carmichael was transported from the medical examiner's office to a mortuary in preparation for final goodbyes among them Phoenix police chief Jeri Williams when you look around you see Phoenix fire and all of our sister agencies who are here with us today to help celebrate not just the commander but words that describe him leader friend husband father son grandfather Carmichael was killed and two officers hurt in a shooting Sunday night at a home near forty Third Avenue and pinnacle peak road and the chief of Phoenix police trying to keep safety and morale high after that tragic shooting Greg Carmichael is the first commander to be killed in the line of duty within the history of the Phoenix police department the Mike Broomhead show asked chief Jeri Williams what she's now telling her younger officers when it comes to safety she says where the protective vests and body cameras every day in spite of those challenges happened Sunday night the men and women are still putting their uniforms honestly coming to work for the Phoenix police department is moving forward but with heavy hearts two other officers are still recovering in the hospital after the domestic dispute that happened Sunday evening here forty eighth Avenue and pinnacle peak road alley that Nur KTAR news and the one hundred club of Arizona's doing what they do best president and CEO Angela Herald tells KTA are they're already supporting fallen commander Greg Carmichael family as well as the two other Phoenix police officers who are recovering after they were shot late Sunday night however they're supporting them from a distance were in such a unique place in the sense that we're all practicing social distancing soap where as we would normally go straight to the hospital and be there now we are forced to just stand back a little guarded but ready you can donate to commander chronicles family and the two other officers who are recovering on the one hundred club's Facebook page or through their website one hundred club dot org slash.
Phoenix police commander shot dead and two other officers wounded
"Now Phoenix police say a twenty two year old suspect opened fire on three officers who were responding to a domestic violence call near fortieth Avenue and pinnacle peak last night commander Greg Carmichael the thirty one year veteran of the force was killed the two other officers wounded we are expected to be okay the gunman was also
Phoenix police officer killed, 2 others injured in shooting
"A domestic violence call turns deadly for the Phoenix police department that's our top story and Jerry foster is in for Jamie west nine eight twenty three thousand eight hundred thirty six north forty of drive thru officer down Charlie ten Charlie ten yeah that initial call of a deadly officer involved shooting in north Phoenix courtesy of broadcastify a long time Phoenix police department veteran shot and killed last night during a domestic dispute two other officers were also wounded but expected to survive KTA ours Jim cross joins us live near fortieth Avenue and pinnacle peak in north Phoenix with the latest gem yeah Germany thirty one years on the force commander Greg Carmichael shot and killed in a home after responding to roommates and a fight to other officer's name was not released yet both female were also shot taken to the hospital they're expected to recover of a suspect a twenty two year old man was shot and killed by police Phoenix police sergeant Mercedes Porsche and spoke about the fallen officer conical just months away from retirement
Phoenix police officer killed, 2 others injured in shooting
"A Phoenix police commander was killed and two other officers were injured last night in the shooting on the city's north side during a domestic violence call commander Greg Carmichael was killed in the incident the condition of the other officers are not known but the department says they are expected to recover the suspect was reportedly barricaded in a home near the site of the shooting after
"carmichael" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Seema in Yang on instagram youtube at Sima Yin Yang on. Tick Tock and Twitter Mark. That's my SMRT's okay run. Outta gas. Excuse last thing. I want to mention about Evan. Here is that That zero to one was a really cool thing that he said. I'm talking about like Bill Gates. You know he talked about Microsoft and you know they Did a lot of stuff with IBM and that was something that really launched them but even even when they did that they were already at seven millions he wanted to dig deeper and find out like no. Where were they like in the beginning like what happened? The beginning love that he has That desire to Kinda dig that deep and he did so with like Walt Disney and people that it's Kinda hard to find information on. So if you're not following along with Evan Carmichael has I think you're really missing out on a lot of great research. A lot of great information Every pop culture icon. You can think of in every popular person in every top entrepreneur. You've got everyone from like Jay Z. All the way to Gary v Right. It was like a wide range of people that he has on there and I just think there's just so much so much to offer so much to learn so why not check out his stuff. Strength has never weakness weakness never strength. I'm Mark Milley Bell. Catch y'all what's PODCAST Like I said man I I really hope you guys took in that bit about patients. Be Impatient to start and be patient with the results I seriously wish I had heard that. I don't know how many years ago I probably much better off but anyways We're better off now because you guys I've been reading and reviewing the podcast on itunes and seriously helped us out so freaking much. We cannot thank you enough. We'll do our absolute best right now. We want to shout out to Daniel. S Raina Yeah Raina. Sorry about that Daniel says hilarious and inspirational quote. Absolutely love this podcast. Not only is it. Very funny and entertaining. It is very inspirational as well. I've already made some changes in my own life and Diet just as a result of this. Podcast cheers guys. Cheers to you bro. seriously appreciate that? I mean like like I said before like the the short time that that took you write that review. It gives us so much value. So it's Kinda like we're trading value. Found some valium. Podcast WE HAVE..
"carmichael" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Right. I'm Jay Z. One that we just put up. Recently he was talking about just creating. Rockefeller reading on himself. Stop letting the you know the the record labels dictate the money and who gets paid but he had the distribution yet. You hadn't figured out how he was going to do it but she gets to see him in dream mode and then actually like doing his mindset when he was pitching it and nobody believed in him. Right now J. J. C. Doesn't do that many interviews and any so cool calm collected and like looking back on the glory days is great but you get to see him in the prime when nobody believed in him and he was taking that bet on himself. I love that so you could see it love. Let's see how people got started? You can see it. One hundred percent in his like body language even that. He's kind of tense like he's like in a fight like he's got to explain himself the entire time and he's like. I'M GONNA prove myself to the world like F all these people. I'm I'm GonNa take all this on. You can see that in the way that he talks even though he was polite and he was kind. He didn't seem like he had a problem but he did seem like he had a massive chip on his shoulder and he had something to prove and it was that that's awesome and I think that that's great because if you ask somebody to reflect on their success they're going to give you a much different story because they just. It's impossible to really give you the truth. It's why I still have all my videos on my channel so you can go back. I got six thousand videos on my main channel like April graphs. That's all sign. My first video uploaded. I'm sitting down. I'M GONNA suit I'm sweating. I'm nervous I had way more hair. You know all this stuff And and it's it's embarrassing took. Oh if I go back and watch like oh my gosh. It's so bad it could see me trying to memorize the lines. But when I keep it up there the show the journey right like the st where I got started. Because it's it's often easy for people to look at you. Guys say man look at these their crushing. They know what they're doing. But you're also four hundred episodes in. Yeah go back episode one. You know what you're doing so I liked showing the early stages because I think it gives people inspiration and hope to say like if that's where they started and here's where they're at. I can do it to you. Look like you're in good shape and I've been following you for a long time and it looks like you're in better shape now than you've ever been. Can you contribute that to the Doritos? That are in the background over there. Oh you're gonNA love this so I have a strategy called Danda Doritos so well. We'll see we'll see what you guys think of that. So I think when people are on a diet the communist is get rid of the junk food from your house in clear out your house. Clear out your fridge your cabinet of all the junk food right. I think that's you telling yourself that you suck you. Tell them yourself. I'm not capable of being around junk food. I suck and so what has happened. Is You go to an office party? You go on vacation you go on a cruise or whatever the what are you doing. Your stuff in your face taught yourself that unless you're perfect environment. Nothing happens and so I love to read those. My mouth is watering just look. I'm getting excited. Just seeing the BAGSTER CAMERA LINK. This is this. Is the giant sized bags bigger than your whole body. It's like the Costco half human sized bag. That's my weakness. My mouth is watering so much right now because I just want to eat that bag but I'm I want to tell myself that I'm stronger than Dorito Scott. Because Dan Doritos at like three. Does these things stay in my office all the time and if somebody's eating cookies or Doritos or whatever all all take their baggage. Marito's in the Sweet Chili Spicy on the Purple Bhagwan. That's my real Jan I'll take it take their bag. Bring it up to my. I know Gosh just like Be careful that caused the insulin. Response Enjoy Kennett really. I absolutely does. It really didn't know that but I'll still do it. I'll and then I'll put it back down and walk away and then in my head is like I am the greatest human on this planet mastered it. You're not worried about it anymore. Dan doritos man. I think I think you have to teach yourself that you do difficult things are you. Are you worried about the day that people find out that you did all this for selfish reasons just to advance yourself now? I'm just I'm just messing with you. Okay well in. My basement is is everybody else's advanced one hundred percent hundred problems so. I think I think the greatest thing you can do is build your own confidence. I think we need more self talk about. I'm awesome right. I think the problem is people. Feel like they suck. And that's a problem right. And so you change the inner dialogue by doing difficult. Things by saying Danda Doritos and so I applied us. Everything like people say. Don't hit the snooze. So take the phone and put it out into the kitchen right in like my contemporaries Mel Robbins and other people are saying like put the phone in the kitchen. My Weird Duck brain says. That's you telling yourself that you suck like if I even thought about that. I need to have the phone right next to Maine and I just get up just because you have the self control to do it that way you build a self-control right like it would bother me so much that that the Doritos bag is stronger than me. It would bother me so much that I'd have to go off and do it. And you start in micro steps right like you. Don't just go off and do the most difficult thing. Maybe if you're if you're capable but you start in these micro steps and it starts to build just like when you go to the gym you're not lifting four hundred pounds right away. You start with the Five pound dumbbell. He do anything in particular with exercise. I'm I'm I guys. I really want to get back into it. I broke my neck. Jesus in two spots on my tour last year and had a concussion in this guy broke his neck for you people you know come on and I stayed on tour. I was on tour in Colorado. Everybody says go home like I'm not going home. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA do my tour with a concussion and a broken leg mark and I sat there at the Front for four hours with pillows and ice packs on me. Doing an and doing my workshops but that's the that's the greatest part of the whole tour right like. How often do you actually get pushed into your Mac? Yeah very rarely right so even if I fail then sucked like even knowing that this was the greatest day on my tour was when my wife told me off in Kansas City because it was it was three days after my concussion and I still went and did it. I refund everybody the money for the workshop and said Hey I'm going to be here anyway. Guys like let's come hang out in questions and she pulled me after an hour and a half because I was like blanking out and going to pass out. That's the greatest moment of my life. Mike that's the physical Max. I had nothing left in the tank and I got pulled off stage. I'm so pumped for that. What's the best? What's the best two or three things that you've learned in studying all these giants over the years? It's the belief that you're capable of great things to believe that you are the best in the world at something like you are Michael Jordan at something. What is that thing? And it's probably not what your parents did or what you went to school for or what's happening right now. With the people around you but the beliefs like a lot of the people who I profiled and and have one had no business winning like you guys have no business making a podcast and making this show happening like the US from ten years ago. Five years ago to you got doing this right. You have no business being here and yet you're right and so it's just the belief that it's possible that separates so many people with so much talent that never go anywhere because you don't believe in themselves. I think it's the world's biggest problem and that's what I'm trying to solve everyday with everything. I love it man. Where can people find out more about you? And where can they get a hold of some of your books and stuff like that Books Amazon? Easiest SPOT. Look Evan Carmichael. The new ones called built to serve otherwise. I'm Evan Carmichael. And every social media platform probably hanging out where you're hanging out. Awesome man thank you so much. That was That was incredible and You Know Again. We really appreciate it. You know if people haven't seen your channel before they really need to go and check it out. They've been kind of living under a rock in my opinion. But you know whenever I'm you know I'm looking to advance myself and and look stuff up. I ended up using your channel all the time I would search for stuff I used to Google search stuff and that wouldn't work so great then. I'd shift over to Youtube and then you became more popular on Youtube and that was super helpful. 'cause like Oh Evans. Got A top five on this guy. He's got a top ten on that guy. Oh let me check this out. And it's just been a huge wealth and knowledge so I really appreciate what you've been doing cool guys. I love the Bible of the energy. Listen episode one thousand. Let's do it again. All right man have a great rest of your day and have fun with those doritos guys. Thank you thank you. Here's who stomach was a very might've been on me maybe maybe it's ours growling each other. You know Stern Howard stern every once in a while like when his show to get serious he's like let me get back to the basics and he'd just far into it just let them go so we're going to have to save some of those for the show too but yeah no. I was awesome having Ebanon here. He's he's amazing and it shouldn't have been any surprise but he was insanely intelligent as we started talking. I was like Whoa like this guy has thought he's not just putting together these videos. You know he's thinking about a lot of this stuff and it's very clear that a lot of the stuff sinking in your for somebody who claims he doesn't like to speak to people like the way he just did. Dude his like great. What's IT called Enthusiasm that two but like wh- his cadence more like Holy Shit Dude. Like just keep going. You want to keep going. This is amazing audio. It's just hits. Perfect every time People who aren't into public speaking or even until like wrapping and stuff won't understand what I'm talking about but it's like I'm working on to when when I was like game recognize game like I can see that like Oh shit that's why people pay attention to them or one of the reasons why people pay attention to them. I'll just blown away so like Holy Shit. This great well if you think about doing over six thousand videos and he speaks at some point all of them like he's had a lot of experience guy on camera and a lot of just a lot of reps which was put it that way and insane amount of Reps. It's amazing I loved the impatience versus point that he answered in terms of your question. That was huge house. A great way to look at it. I've never heard anybody say it. That way yeah I mean. Mark had stuff like similar to different forbid that was so plain simple easy falling for nineteen potty like. Don't wait 'til Monday right. What's up? Go Right now patient with your results. Impatient with yourself. Be.
Feminists: Ella Fitzgerald
"Shining. Oh hello from wonder media network. I'm Jenny Kaplan. And this is encyclopedia. Manica deemed the first lady of Song. Today's Dreamer was the most popular female jazz singer in the United States. For more than half a century. She went thirteen grammy awards and sold over forty million albums. Her voice was flexible. Wide-ranging accurate and ageless. Let's talk about Ella Fitzgerald Ella. Jane Fitzgerald was born on April twenty fifth nineteen seventeen in Newport News. Virginia to William Fitzgerald and Tempe Henry Ellis parents separated shortly after Ella's birth and she and her mother moved to Yonkers New York where they eventually moved in with Tempe longtime boyfriend. Joseph Dasilva three soon became four LS half-sister Francis was born in Nineteen twenty-three. The family struggled to make ends meet. Both parents worked multiple jobs. L. Occasionally took on work to their apartment was a mixed neighborhood. Where Ella made friends easily? She considered herself more of a Tomboy and often join neighborhood baseball games. Sports Aside Ella enjoy dancing and singing with friends and would perform at lunch and on her way to school in Nineteen. Thirty two ELLAS. Mom Tempe died from serious injury. She received in a car accident. Ella was devastated. She eventually moved in with her aunt Virginia and when her stepfather Joe died shortly thereafter. Ala stepsister. Francis came to live with them. To Ella was in a dark place. She started skipping school and her grades dropped. She got in trouble with the police and was sent to a reform school where she was subject to beatings by her caretakers. Eventually Ella escaped from the reformatory. She was fifteen years old broke and alone during the Great Depression. In nineteen thirty four Islas name was pulled in a weekly drawing the Apollo Theater for a chance to perform and compete an amateur night. Two sisters who the dance in the sisters in the world call the edgewood sisters and they closed the show about I when I saw those ladies. Dan I says no way. I'm going out there and try to dance. Because they stop the show. She was planning to dance but when the Edwards sisters closed the main show. She changed her mind fearing she couldn't compete with their moves. And when I got out there somebody follow up nobody else. What is she going to do? She made a last minute decision to sing and ask the band to play. Hoagy Carmichael Judy. Heavens hurt to me. By the end of the song the crowd demanded an encore and Ella had found her calling one of the people in the band. That night with saxophonist and Arranger Benny Carter wowed by her natural talent. Benny introduced a lot of people. Who could help launch your career? The era of big swing bands was coming to a close in favor of bebop. Ls successfully made the transition using her voice to sound like another horn in the band. She began to experiment with scat singing. Eventually turning it into an art in nineteen thirty eight Ella recorded a version of the nursery. Rhyme a-tisket a task it. A million copies of the album were sold it. Hit number one on the charts and it stayed on the pop charts for seventeen weeks. Ella was suddenly famous her wife. Changed Professionally and personally while on tour with Dizzy Gillespie's band in nineteen forty. Six Ella fell in love with bassist. Ray Brown the two got married and adopted a son Ray. Junior through the two later got divorced. They remained lifelong friends L. O. Worked with all the jazz greats including Frank Sinatra Duke Ellington Nat King Cole Dizzy. Gillespie and Benny Goodman from nineteen fifty six to nineteen sixty. Four Ella recorded eight songbooks in which she covered other musicians songs. Including those by Cole Porter Duke. Ellington the Gershwin's Johnny Mercer Irving Berlin and Rodgers and Hart Ella continued to work throughout her life by the nineteen nineties. She had recorded more than two hundred albums she received the Kennedy Center honors the US National Medal of Arts and Francis Commander of Arts and letters award. Thank you and I'm so proud to be in class with all these younger ones coming up. Ain't gonNA leave me behind. I'm learning out a wrap in her later. Life Ella suffer from diabetes. She was hospitalized. Congestive heart failure in nineteen eighty six and for exhaustion in nineteen ninety. Nine hundred ninety three. She had to have both of her legs amputated below the knee due to complications from diabetes. She never fully recovered from the surgery. And on June fifteenth. Nineteen Ninety six at the age of seventy-nine Ella Fitzgerald died at her Beverly Hills. Home fans all over. The world mourned her death. A wreath of white flowers was placed next to her star on the Hollywood walk of fame and the Marquee outside the Hollywood bowl read. Lmu will miss you
"carmichael" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands
"Start building these brands. This is how you start to make an impact in the world. Our show today is about impact I. Have a great guests for you guys. I want to get into it but I. I have to do a little bit of set up for you. You understand what you're about to hear. His name is Evan Carmichael. He is. Somebody who's done a lot, but we're GONNA. Get into purpose and impact today, but you should be expecting. We're GONNA. Be Talking about. How do you find your purpose? How do you have more impacting your life? And how does this relate to building personal brand? But first? Let's talk about Evan. At nineteen, he built and sold a biotech software company at twenty two years old. He a venture capitalists, raising five hundred thousand to fifteen million dollars. He now runs a youtube channel for entrepreneurs, and that's youtube channel has over two million subscribers and three hundred million views. That's right. He wrote four books and speaks globally. Globally his another book coming out on March, seventeenth of twenty twenty, so by the time this comes out, this will be live. That book is called built to serve find your purpose and become the leader. You were born to be a watch to solve the world's biggest problems. That's why he writes. These books force calls him. One of the world's top forty social marketing talents and INC called him one of the hundred great leadership speakers and twenty five social media keynote speakers. You need to know. He set two world records and I'll just kind of funny and off the beaten path, but uses A. A trampoline and stand up desk He owns Canada's largest salsa dance studio and has a giant Torito's back in front of him all day. These are the things that you see in his bio 'cause. He wants to give you limited as his personality. Right lives in, Toronto is a husband a father. He Practices transcendental meditation visa. Gamer so so anyway. If you guys want to get to know this guy more, I don't need to have you. Sit here and try to learn everything. If you want.
NASCAR America Motormouths: Carmichael recaps Daytona 500 Newman crash
"Five Times supercross champion and NBC analysts. Ricky Carmichael had the best seat in the House for that one. He joins US now on motormouth. Ricky I'M GONNA get to bikes in a bit but I wanna ask you about this past weekend you were in Daytona as an honorary official. And I know you've talked about Ryan Newman's wreck on your podcast. You've seen and been a part of crazy accidents even so what were your thoughts. You've taken back by what you saw was and I was glad he's okay. Just incredible the turn of events to see him walking out. Yesterday was definitely special and Man. I was thinking about him. I met Ryan through Kevin Harvick when I was driving for cage. I in two thousand nine and we've kept in touch ever since then. Everybody knows his sense of humor. Is is so fun. He's a great guy to be around so I was really concerned. Hated seeing that. And you know it's just daytona an all racing really. It can happen anywhere so I was concerned but at the same time I was so relieved to see the outcome yesterday. And hopefully he's going to be all good. I now we all breathe a sigh of relief. And you talk about that sense of humor. Sometimes I don't know fans get to see that but yeah he's a very a very funny guy so I'm glad you brought that up those crazy accidents though I talked about you having well. They've been on both lakes and in the NASCAR TRUCK SERIES. You mentioned driving out at number four for hi and back to back years at Daytona. I think two thousand nine and two thousand ten. What were your thoughts? I think you had some some some hits there at Daytona. It and the truck. Of course I of course I did. They weren't they weren't that bad. I was very lucky but I loved racing. They're a loved racing at Daytona whether it was two wheels four wheels. I was really excited to be able to raise four wheels there. Because you know my history there five-time Daytona supercross champ and to to be able to race at Daytona. Four wheels at a pretty high level race. There two thousand and ten. I believe it was so it was special. Just because I'd had so much success here on two wheels to be able to experience that racetrack on four wheels was something that I'll never forget. I'm so grateful for that opportunity but It's fast things happen fast. I always tell people you don't really know how fast you're going until something goes wrong and then when something goes wrong you're like oh man I really. There's a lot of speed here but I applaud NASCAR for what they do in the racetracks and making them as safe as they possibly can be. And that's what I really respect about about NASCAR so you kind of get comforting feeling a little bit when you get in get in those roll cages them race cars a little bit different compared to motorcycles as you know yeah had in my notes xfinity race in Daytona. Two thousand eleven. So yeah you were close but yeah you also know about comebacks to. I think it was a crash in a torn. Acl that kept you out of the two thousand four supercross season. You came back with a perfect run outdoors you want all twenty four motos. Obviously we don't know about Ryan's road to recovery or his future plans but can you talk about the mind of an athlete. What you went through mentally to to come back and then to come back even stronger. Yeah for me. It was. It was almost a blessing in disguise. I mean as you know Chris. I was at it for a while and competing competing at a high level winning championships at a high level. I think that that came at a great time. It kind of put things into perspective. It was a nice break at a four month. Break of just basically re having training doing all that stuff and it gave me the motivation and the the want again that. I wanted to go out there and race and finish out. The last three years of my career came at a perfect time. It wasn't ideal but it really boosted the next three years for me and so if you look at Ryan you know. Everybody knows that. He's strong and he feels like he's not done yet and he hasn't made it left the mark that he wants to racing then. I fully support it. He's very intelligent person. So I know that he'll make the right move and decision that is best for him and his family but he just has to believe in himself believe in himself his team and at the drive is still there then then I'm in support of of his his comeback. And you know anything can happen. You certainly fascinate. Had No reason. He can't be throughout the rest of the season.
"carmichael" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Here to hang in there I'm a try to give you as quickly as possible let's start with which isn't Carmichael which alright yes well yes for me a couple times with just the subject that you touched on coming into the show do you think about wall for the raiders and all that then mark called I'm so glad that I'm not walking through life as a humorless and green like most liberals are and the your show nothing like Rush Limbaugh others you quite a bit your show is a break from all that I listen to rush a lot because I learned a ninety keep pretty much can keep up with you know and that your show is a nice break most Lucano from country to talk about a lot of serious things because we have to sure but years ago yep telecom entered or call in I was not you know you do a great show and it's usually a nice one break and and I don't know what else to say about mark ma'am but our is for the raiders go a couple things that you you know you kind of go out there at the beginning of the show and one of the raiders what the NFL thinking with this thing tonight you know the township elishader comes by the NFL around a little bit you know just a minute English paying now on on doing it you know and all that the marketing of the NFL a little bit further outside United States and such but you know you you build up like a dream come on the field right come outside we're going to feel like a week before well if you're looking to go right so I don't think we want to do one of her own candor they can build quality and that's about all of the end zone and you're done on June role for you your walls now not later on right no okay a toddler maybe okay that got not with minimum some too but I usually come over the years years that but like I said like the part that causes to negative you know follow these pretty solidly conservative overall and which is cool need everything about kind of lime out but I don't like the way it is he does use made against come to much of the time for me and now this no I'm not going to give it to yeah some supporters Hey man trump says stuff sometimes the you know we we we talked about trump by know about all that I don't want nobody getting a prompt way no I'll play some of that coming up about that rich we'll talk about it all right all right there you're gonna mereka mine I'll I'll be lifted and gone and occasionally I appreciate that a lot thank you very very much all right hello this I'm gives you as quickly as I can and in Sacramento hi Anna hi how are you doing wonderful thank you that's good I just wanted to call in and but you know as a state worker in this state I look forward to coming home and being able to listen to your show every single evening and you are a very good commentator of all different things in life and you've taught me how to deal with certain situations at my job and elsewhere in my life and I just wanna we appreciate the fact the the turn off some person and that first color really really pissed me off because he wouldn't even listen to what you had to say he just wanted to go you into an argument and you didn't take the bait and I thought that was really cool and I just want you to make a promise to always listeners that you will continue to never kissed anybody's by not going to have people like that are my hero yeah not gonna kiss anybody's but I'm not doing an ana I'm going to cater to people that I feel that are in their cars are there sitting at home or doing whatever you were doing in it or what anyone else is doing and and it I say it all the time and I probably see it too much appreciate people listening I'm grateful but I am you could be listening to anything and I want your opinions I'm not here to argue with anyone I just want your European that we have a discussion like we're hanging out and so for whatever reason if you listen to my show when you're paying attention in any way shape or form I greatly appreciated it I really appreciate your comments tonight Anna thank you very much wrecking being a first time caller first time caller if that's what it took you to come out and call me the for the first this wasn't that painful was it this was a nice conversation.
Sylvania School District, ABC And Kaylee Hartung discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Sylvania school district is apologizing for the way it handled a school lunch debt situation here's ABC's Kaylee Hartung after days of public outrage surrounding a threatening letter sent to parents a sudden reversal the school district in Pennsylvania will now except to local businesses offer to a race of twenty two thousand dollar school lunch debt owed by more than a thousand students they always an apology I think you should apologize to everybody I think they made us all look real bad this after the district initially turned down the offer from Todd Carmichael the CEO of rock along coffee chain saying it was the parents responsibility to pay this is the district's letter to families earlier this month warning you can be sent to dependency court and that their child could be removed from your home and placed in foster care an about face by the way mean valley west school district now saying it sincerely apologize for the tone of the previous letter and has decided to accept Mr Carmichael's generous donation now tied Carmichael will be able to pay off those debts telling us overnight he wants to pay it forward I was very familiar with the feeling of being full James and I I know that feeling of being at school and not being able to eat and you know I I am I empathize I know what that's like you hold at some point
"carmichael" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"I don't know. I'm very pro. I'm saying confrontation, but it very pro league this. Let's just get it out of the way I'm with you. Though we sort of the luxury of that right now. No, I think it's because I think it's important. It was important, worked at a shoe store like those manages that baby was like, all right, I have to. I don't like the idea of dread and I don't like the idea of driving the work in feeling that thing. Talk to always talked to people and, and it's like you don't even have to be the best at communicating just to it's all just set it up. At the beginning of the conversation looked. I'm going to express to you how I feel and this is. Station of something our in that because so many people don't do that express how you feel always express you feel because work is hard enough like whether you like your job, but don't you don't need the added pressure of these awkward, social exchanges debilitated people in the little metal things like kids all the brenick device. Yeah. At my best. I was okay. Actually, guessing really? I can't. But if I were to guess what you got here, you. Oh, really? Small. So I would say like you like a. Women's seven. So close, we're six and a half. Very good. Good. Yeah. I'm just going to perch it up here for the rest of. Oh. Where you could also wear a a five in kids. Yeah, sizes. Oh, my guy, they run on school pretty to like a child always do. But if. All right guys, we have one more call. We're going to call Jordan now and you're so good. That was great. All Jordan's Michigan. He's twenty two. So we are you in UNC fan fan or. Not really. I like the colors. Balloonists that ice colored. It was a great a hoodie that color and joy. Hi Jordan. It's sin. Jordan, you there. Hi, it's on a. Hi. Hi, thanks for doing this. We are here with Girod Carmichael who's giving great advice. He's actually really good at this. I know he's gonna really help you out with this part here. You are going through a situation. Tell us what's happening with you. Okay, so so we'll hard for me to explain something to do with the best I can. I like to consider myself sort about going, I hope speaking courses in college. I act- I write a song really used to putting myself out there and talking to people. I have this unbridled confidence whenever I'm performing and even when I'm not dishing. I think I'm very confident can take being told no pretty well. The problem is that whenever I tried to apply that confident in my dating is completely disappears. I don't have an issue talking to women if I don't have any interest in romantically, but it really just kind of bummed me out that I can feel so provident went on doing what I think is putting myself out there when I'm performing or talking in front of strangers, but I don't have the same confidence in my dating life. So I guess my question is, do you have any tips or how about how maybe bring confidence I have when I'm performing or speaking? So when I'm trying to ask for brunch or something, we leave talking earlier that like. Duality between how a lot of actors in sort of people in our profession are extroverts and introverted at the same time. So it's easier on one hand, like, you know, to put on a character. It's easy for me to give advice even though it might be terrible, but to not accept it. And you know, there's a duality of of what we do. And so I don't well. What? Yeah, you guys need to take. I mean, if you're not competent in something, it's usually because the you're not good at it or you don't really want to do it right. It's like you approach like, I'm not confident in swimming because I don't know how to swim. So I stayed at the edge of a pool without really what a joke pick is. I don't know if I'm good at it and I don't know how to do it. And also another part of this is that those are two different types of confidence, like speaking to somebody.
"carmichael" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Sim- honestly. Hi, Jamie. Hi, Jamie, on his introduce our special guest here. Hi, we're here with Gerard Carmichael. How did I do? What do what do people usually say? What. Can't say Gerard. We'll say, Jared, sometimes they had an extra hour. It's like, Gerard. That's what I wanted to do you. Hi, Jamie. Sorry about that. Okay. Jamie, we're gonna talk about your friends here and what's going on with them. Yeah. So I've e- friends that I work with weeks through work there marrying Chris. And in the beginning we were really good bends and we all kinda hung out, did stuff together. And then just recently, there was kind of falling out with Chris and he like there was like choice words spoken. And so Mary always wants to invite Chris wherever we go. We'll go to learn or go to dinner or end up doing something after work. And she's always like, oh, let me ask Chris, if he wants and thing goes, he wants to go until she's always wanted to have him around. And since this falling out, I haven't really felt the best when I'm around them. Like I kinda feel like an outsider and like I can't speak my mind. And I can't say what I want to say because I'm afraid of being judged, I guess. So my question is basically like, how do I tell them marry that? I don't want to hang out with Chris all the time without making her feel like she has to choose between us to, oh boy, I feel there's a lot of unpack here. Feels like a simple question with a lot unpack. Do you not want to hang out with Chris ever or do you? Are you going through just the thing where you just don't want to be around Chris right now? I'm not sure we haven't really talked about the falling out. It's been. It was like kinda recent, so we have it. I'm the kind of person is to talk about it and he's not really going to just put everything behind him so we haven't really talked about it. I, it might just be a right now thing, but I'm not sure. So are you guys all at the same level in terms of your. I don't know the hierarchy. Quite sure what you mean will is anybody else like do you think that I'm just wondering if like Chris or Mary, a, whatever it has hold higher positions, or are you guys all at the same level. I'm not sure for real, but it feels like they're on a different level than I am like. They live a couple blocks each other. So they hang out all the time and I was about forty five minutes away, so I don't get to hang out with them as much as like they hang out with each other..
"carmichael" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Please take a look at the episode description and if you're driving your car right now, don't do that because I don't want you get an accident, but if you're at work or if us walking your dog push on the Lincoln, then they'll take you right to landing page that makes so much easier to think it does. I think it does. And now here's Girod Carmichael. He's the best use amazing. I like it here. It's very zen here. It's not in the mind though, is it a lot of my mind. Yeah, yeah. Well, I'm an actor. Do you think that the kind of troubled, whatever feeling helps you have access to a motions better or is it just turmoil? I think that. That's a heady question. But I think that part of being like. I think people have soon that because you're actor you're an extrovert. When really I think that it's the release of extreme introvert. Do you know what I'm saying? All played out behind you is before the season. I've been lonely most of my life and and that's why like bleach my hair blonde. So people think that I'm friendly choice. The loneliness too. You just like push away from social because I have a weird. That's interesting. Okay. We tell them this weird thing where I have this. My friends love to almost obsessive degree, and I genuinely love being around people in Noah's in LA, you know, motion like being surrounded by that, sometimes in when I'm in that, I'm in that. And I also kind of prefer to be Howard Hughes and just alone. And I spend a lot of time either with people in by choice as much as possible. It's this kind of dichotomy. So I, I, I guess I'm saying, I love the idea and the concept of friends, but also I think I love being alone more so I would choose that over. Do you have a lot of fans? I have really good friends like I have probably like I don't know what the number is, but like we like growing up. Did you have like one or two friends? I heard it. Would they core? Yeah. The core group of people that North Carolina. My brother calls at north Kelsey is your brother from the early nineties human to you and see where he made us. I'll be tar heel. The sa- very nice. Martin Luther King boulevard that runs through would see Chapel Hill. It was shocking Emo is really belong to who it belongs to in a way, and I went, it just didn't have the characteristics of of the other milk. As that been on. I went through Chapel Hill and someone once said your own more lavar. I was like, no..
"carmichael" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Suspect was last seen wearing a black hoodie i'm taking a chance to that going out there i don't know what's going to happen it's like suspect will last where like a cashmere sweater i'm like i should be fine right you try to be a specific as possible yeah try to be really specific like certain things coming through a police just oh i think he's on the i it's funny that you you talk about that you know because as comedians we joke about the truths that we live in experience and what i love about the carmichael show is you guys do that in every single episode is one of the most talented group of people have seen as a cost together the stories that you talk about a show timely i mean just yesterday i was watching the episode where you were talking about the n word or negga whichever wanna put it depends directly to camera mega what was interesting was it you it wasn't censored on the show yeah no we fought for except for this bitch ass station in raleigh i'm just mad at them because it's like so childish to do that sensor like the under the allusion of protecting you know people in the decency thing but it's really just a company protecting it and so why would you to make that because it's like i really think that the conversation that was said is important it's important to know that you know even black people have like a very diverse way of looking at it like it's like my views of it differs from that of my dad and my mom and my grandmother and everyone feels so differently about the word that i was like oh this is an interesting conversation and then rally.
"carmichael" Discussed on The A24 Podcast
"Raise that's just like various stories have commentary like instagram comments as commentary and so you know it dictates it so no everyone's afraid and so everyone just more specifically just like the creative process you know inhibiting to hopefully the creative process even even the thought of wanting to make everybody happy because that's what it is the internet is everybody and you wanna make something in there's the internet to that makes you feel like in order to comment on it or or just be a part of this culture after take a real hard stance on things and that to not take stances to be either weak or cowardly and especially for me it's like how this seems like such as hard time as ever to have a stance on things just because things are changing so rapidly and it's so confusing and something i really liked of your what made your shows oh great the carmichael show which was so wonderful was that for me the meaning of your show was the sum total of all of the disparate conversations being head by the family you know what i mean this story about the the ecosystem of of huge national disagreements and conversations can actually be happening within six people in a family yeah and that those disagreements that we have giant political disagreements if you kind of look at them can sometimes be boiled down to just like you and your brother and the type of person you are with somebody else i it feels important at this time to i know at a time when so much of the politics is between and so much of the cultures between people planting their feet in the ground and saying i'm right and you're wrong which i'm not saying which of course that should be happening and there are certain things happening the culture where that fight needs to be happening but for art to be a at least in some respect to i don't know acknowledged.
"carmichael" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Senate president carmichael the he sort of implied that we obviously weren't carrying much for our students if we were willing to sort of walk out on them in all of this and it is no secret that west virginia is not a particularly wealthy state and a lot of our students do depend on school for food throughout the year and so i i know that most counties around us do this i can't speak for the whole state but as soon as we knew the walkouts were going to happen my community sprang into action we bought so much food and stocks are paying trees and some of the teachers with new my work sort of rally their churches to to pack and deliver food bags to to our students who had needed so we've been thinking about the kids from the get go because if if all of these things happened as originally proposed a lot of good teachers with whom i work would not be able to afford to stay so as far as the students are concerned i know that a lot of parents ready for them to be back in school we've been ready to go back into the classrooms but there's also have been a whole lot of support from our students will josh the news is that the deal is set between teachers and the governor in teachers or heading back to the classroom on thursday are you heading back as of now i'll head back what sort of spooks as the most was on yesterday the president of the wv a one of the union's mentioned yeah we reserve the right to call you back out if things don't go through his as plan so right now the unions and the governor have reached a deal but nothing is in paper nothing is passed either of the houses so all right now it's it's sort of just feels like the waiting game but now who knows i don't think they want to spill over into special session and we certainly don't want to strike any longer than we have to so as of now yeah i'll i'll be back thursday joshua thanks for joining us thanks for having me josh nelson teaches english and spanish at huntington high school in huntington west virginia.
"carmichael" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"We're scared to death of him getting involved in a movement he went to howard university where he befriended stokely carmichael stokely graduated and then convince my dad to drop out of school some idea dropped at a howard went to miami university o of a high aware sneak redoing training for freedom summer student nonviolent coordinating committee in stokely carmichael was of course stokely carmichael mommy's array as he was his name when he passed away but stokely carmichael is the godfather of my sister he was my father's best friend i'm a father we were talking about the orange wig massacre all the officers who fired into the group of students were um charged but they were all found not guilty they actually arrested my father that night while he was shot they charge him with five felony counts on they ended up backdated element ask you about that did they know who he was and not to be a conspiracy theorist but if you look at the height of that going around so blue light guest ah now this is one days if you look at henry smith in my father at the time they look nearly identical in henry smith actually was was shot in the hit in so my father maintains that the area that he he carries a lot of of of heartache about that night because he feels as if hillary smith whose probably dead because they wanted him dead yet three young man so he feels him he was maybe being targeted yet targeted yeah i mean they had a they actually an at his home across the street they had a tank.
"carmichael" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"There's nothing rewarding about that there's nothing to learn there that's just an act of violence you know yet that tool is exactly what we need when somebody's trying to take our lives and we need to know how to access that in the scary part for most people isn't the fact that learning it it's when you start to learn it you realize your already pre wired and hardwired for this we're really good we're predators were were the top predators as a species in what's interesting about us as we are not the biggest fast since strongest because if we were we wouldn't be the top species but we have brains in the brain is what makes us dangerous you know and when you train your brain correctly then everything else is available so you train your brain first your body is your your first line of tools that you have access to and everything else has ansa larry and what you train that way you've you've physiologically change on the way you look at things you have a different outlook on life utes really we came back to talk about new the more competent icpm in justified lethal force the carmichael lifers because i understand the threshold of when i would ever use that and i would understand everything else that needs to be dismissed so i'm a really friendly got people meet me i'm i'm usually not i work you know i've got tattoos and i'm a big guy and a workout and have all that look i had the look of it but i'm always engaging people and people are often it's offer funny when i see that you know there are some people that will go socially they'll take it built to try to take advantage of it though the cell case he's not he's not scary so i can kind of screw with them and that's what i know i have him at that point because that's exactly what i wanted to do i don't wanna trigger anything.