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"danielle danielle danielle" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Socks and the red better. Okay? It's like a blood thing. It sounds like well, whatever. But whatever. A lot of people, big feelings, so don't be alarmed. OK, OK, so we're gonna look at your husband and his name, Please. First name Fred, Fred and how old is spread. He is going on 86 this year and he broke. He broke something right. But his ankle is his ankle twisted it And then a guy he fell and I saw blood everywhere and I quit called in the ambulance. How long have you been there in the hospital? He's been there. Ah, week after February, 14th So February, you know, you know if that's okay with your daughter Western name, please. Where you caller Danielle de end? Why Ellie and she's 49. She had a massive stroke. She almost died and The doctor, probably in the middle of the night and he said, We've given her Marai. It's good. She she called the ambulance herself, she said. I'm acting so strange and she, um it was right after Christmas, you know was early January, and she's still not. She's in rehab, but it's endless. She said. When I am I going to be home. Um, I I'm they're telling me because of the pandemic. They rather keep her there, okay. Let me go Find him. Uh, what color is your daughter here In the moment she was born a bun, but it's light brown and she has made the wife. Okay, That's good again. I ask questions because there's a lot of Danielle. Can Fred and I gotta find the right one or just a really, really. Okay, Doris, I'm going to go into you know, Doris, Doris Doris, Sometimes you will feel me. If you do. Don't be alarmed. It's just not only there you are Okay, I'm gonna go into your head. Now. I'm going to take you with me when I'm going to go see your family. In the meantime, Doris, turn down your radio. I wonder if I should keep it on No expired and make crazy. Yeah. Okay. Thank you. Well, a strongly 32. Thank you, Doris. Okay, Um, this will be much easier here. Okay now endured during center Fred, Fred, Fred Fred. Red. Okay, Fred, I'm a friend of Dorothy. I'm here to check on you. You've been in the hospital while the broken ankle. How are you doing? He doesn't like it. He's swearing a bit about it doesn't like it is unhappy that with the angle that kind of thing when they switched your daughter run fast at the hustle here because they don't have much time or on the radio. Um and I'm going now to daughter Danielle. Is that right? Danielle? Yes, then you, Danielle, Danielle Danielle. Can you okay? I got her and rehab. Daniel. I'm a friend of your mom's. How you doing? How are you feeling? She's impatient. Very invasion. Yes. And he says Hey, what happened to me? What happened to me? If you can't figure out why this happened? What happened? And she wants to go home. She doesn't care about the pandemics. We've got even really thinking about that much. She just wants to go home. Yeah, your own life. And that liver life again she wants. Forget this ever happened, But she knows that she's not the same. But I don't know that. I don't know that he realizes how much she's not the same. Okay? Yes. So what are you going to do for both of them Now? I'm gonna send them both at the same time Energy to heal them. And that fish you in on this dark when I took the three of you, Okay? So what I'm doing is pulling it. It's going round and round in my hand my hand going around around around around around pulling it, pulling it, pulling it, pulling it. It's all healing energy, peaceful energy. Calm them down. Relax how the healing starts at celebrate he'll he'll He'll repair brain mind. Body spirit, everything and for you two doors. Here we go. Whoa, whoa, whoa. Whoa,.
"danielle danielle danielle" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Welcome back to J. Second alive. This is Logan, Secular for Logan. Secular reprogrammed. Take over on this September. 11th 19 years removed and we're taking calls and comments not only just about where you were and all that, but how it continues to impact society how it will continue to impact society and how We should let it continue to impact society. Make sure again. People say that never forgetting all those kind of things looked nine years ago, We made a documentary cup forever changed. It's available on our website on a C L J films as well as I believe, maybe on our YouTube page at this point on YouTube, you will find it there, maybe on Amazon as well. But you could find that that film that we may 9 years ago. And it's crazy that we're almost, you know, double that time passed. We're almost to another 10 year anniversary of September, 11th. And It is just it's mentally so much different than I think. A lot of people, especially right now, with the pandemic in our generation will has gone through. A lot of people talk about a lot. You see that mean going around that's like kids that were born in the Mideighties went through September, 11th at 15 years old went through the great recession coming out of out of high school. Coming out of college 2008. And now we're dealing with a pandemic. We've dealt with a lot on how that will continue to impact us is really interesting. And look, I know I'm regeneration deals with a lot, but These were these were going to very historic times. Let's go. Joyce was calling Colorado on line one. And we have Ah, couple comments even from the president that I want to get to. So, Joyce, Welcome to the broadcast. You wanna give us a call? 168 4 31 10 choice. You're on the air. Thanks, guys for taking my call. I just wanted to let you know what I was doing. On September 11th. I was working for the post office. I was what they call the dispatch clerk, which meant by moving in later in the day. And stuff. Well, I always had the TV on watching the news and was just in shock. I I don't remember if they called me. Or if I called them, but they just told me to come on in. But let them know that I was outside and they would let me in because we were in lock down. They did not know what was going on. They did not know anything at that point in time. When I went in, Um the carriers were being told to be extra vigilant, as were the clerk. It was just a theory situation when I went to get the mail out of the boxes and everything. Not only were the sky's clear of, and Of planes. You couldn't hear him anyway, because they had taken them all down. Birds were not. You couldn't hear the birds. They think it was really eerie because It was total silence, and I just I think a lot of people Joyce and I feel like a lot of people have a similar story in a similar place where they were. I was in college in the school. I went to 24 hour classes, so I was coming out of class. That ended it around 8 A.m. Eastern time. Seven AM because classes started at four or five in the morning. So you come out of those classes and I think we have just we were headed back to his head back to my residence there. And that's what we heard we heard on the radio. And when we got called back into classes later in that day and immediately let go, they said, if you want to go, we understand go cancel school. But that happened. There was a lot of things happening right around that time. I remember the stories that were leading into September, 11th were very trivial, like the top headlines were, you know there was the baseball player who was actually a 15 year old that was playing in a 12 year old league like there was that kid was like the big story. And then, like Danielle, Danielle Danielle Monty was like the number one story in America that there were shark attacks. There were shark attacks happening throughout Florida and throughout the coast. In general, those were the two big stories and then after that, Everything changed and phone lines are lit up right now, and hopefully we'll get through some of you guys. But I want to hear you talk about protecting the legacy of September 11, making sure people still we say Never forget, like you said, But then we're going on generation that never was that wasn't there. So this is from President Trump just this morning. Our sacred task. A righteous duty and our solemn pledge is to carry forward the noble legacy of the brave souls who gave their lives for us 19 years ago in their memory, we resolve to stand united as one American nation. To defend our freedoms to uphold our values to love our neighbors to cherish our country to care for communities to honor our heroes, and you never, ever forget absolutely again for President Trump Kind of reiterating some of the stuff That we've been saying here because we are at this tipping point. Where American history not only is a bit under attack in general Also, we were just getting that point where it's now becoming this specific instance of September 11th, which then led to the war in Iraq, which then led to the war in Afghanistan.
"danielle danielle danielle" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The Armistead stone god lover yeah there is a wonderful a wonderful soul artist giant nineteen sixty eight twenty eight on the R&B charts of course dot didn't hit the popular of course not it was a great record all right so we're talking with Venus and wrecked god is always happy dot com and I I want to tell you to take this with a grain of salt you don't you don't have to believe a word of this that's fine located is a sheer entertainment if you want to go there but listen enough and you might be you might be surprised so we'll start with Doris in Northbrook Illinois welcome to WGN radio Doris yes hello my question is my husband is in the was in the hospital and you know broke his ankle my daughter had a stroke she was only forty nine and I'm wondering when are they gonna come home again it seems so long for the rehab on nine on all of the this do you do you do that well I I tried everything but I've been going crazy before that I wanted to mention how are you these energy moe Joe's if found out like I might need to get one here all my god well we had good you don't know what you're in for Doris all right first let me say that I do three readings on my radio show every Wednesday so if you go you've got is always happy dot com or info radio you can find the number how to get there private readings or phone me and you can find out about those on my website guns always happy dot com but I don't want you here you go I want to tell you what I often do my mother taught me how to throw energy and here is called the mo Joes my mother could do what I do and her mother had and my daughter Candace like first daughter the first daughter's daughter that's another story anyway so what I do is I collect a lot of energy to help people I just read over my right shoulder and I bring it through and I throw it people for all different kinds of good things for their help for happiness to bring the things we live our life whatever it might be and I destroyed a lot of no jobs on my live shows to everybody in the audience and recorded they work just as well so anyway yours here's what happened I will cast the energy through and it's kinda like having corrupt ministers I never know when it's coming only but it belongs to me and you'll hear it when I do it but don't be shocked thank you Michael a lot of people feel that you might your body you might wanna laughs that's fine fine to make that work better you know like a it's like a blessing it sounds like well it whatever but whatever you know people be feeling don't be alarmed okay okay now we're gonna look at your husband and his name please first name the Fred how to spread he is going on eighty six this year and we broke he broke something right if things go his his ankle one is that and then I got he fell and hit it I saw blood everywhere and I quit called the ambulance okay how long has he been there in the hospital he's been there a week after a February fourteenth so February yeah you know you know it's good enough that's good enough okay with your daughter what's your name please wear your colors Danielle D. A. N. Y. L. E. and he's forty nine and she had a massive stroke she almost died and the doctor probably the middle of the night and he said would given her MRI it's good she he called the ambulance herself she said I'm acting so strange and she it was right after Christmas you know was early January and he's still in the hospital she's in rehab but it's it's M. as she said when I'm I'm going to be home I I'm there telling me because of the pandemic they rather keeper there okay let me go find them what color his daughters here in a moment it's he was born a bond but it's light brown and she has saved the lives okay that's good again I ask questions because of a lot of Danielle can present I cannot find the right one or just a really really okay Doris I'm gonna go in here now during during during sometimes it'll still be if you do don't be alarmed it's got a are there you are yeah okay I'm gonna go in your head now I'm gonna take you with me when I'm going to go see your family in the meantime Doris turned on your radio I I wonder if I should keep it on me no I just I don't make for easy yeah okay thank you all right well it's only fifty two thank you Doris okay this is this will be much easier Hey lord center Fred Fred Fred Fred Fred okay Fred I'm a friend of Dorothy I'm here to check on you you've been in the hospital while a broken ankle how are you doing he doesn't like it wearing a bit about it doesn't like it I'm happy that with the angle that kind of thing but if it's your daughter real fast at the hospital here because we don't have much time on the radio and I'm going out your daughter Danielle is that right Danielle yes Daniel Danielle Danielle Danielle yeah yeah okay I got it and we have Danielle I'm a friend of your mom how you doing how are you feeling he's impatient very impatient yes and as you said to me what happened to me what happened to me it's like you can't figure out why this happens what happens if he wants to go home she doesn't care about the pandemic you've got even really thinking about that much you just want to go home yes your own life and and that liberalized against you once forget this ever happened but she knows that she's not the same but I do know this I don't know that she realizes how much she's not the same okay yes so what I'm gonna do for both of them now is I'm gonna send them both at the same time energy to heal them M. official in on this story tell me a joke the three of you okay so what I'm doing holing that that's going round and round in my hand my hamstring around around around around around pulling and pulling and pulling and pulling it is all healing energy peaceful energy the calm down relax have a healing start accelerate he'll he'll he'll repair brain mind body spirit everything after use your doors here we go well.
"danielle danielle danielle" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Go let's do it it is the battle of the sexes rips in the medicine is Daniel who lives in Santa Ana he's an I. T. consultant Joyce Haynes family it's your for Danielle Danielle Danielle I'd have to go on pretty good representing the ladies her name was Elva she's in Whittier she works as a secretary and enjoys spending time with her family let's hear it for L. how are you good morning guys great she's ready to go here go here here's our Selma I'm gonna ask you stereotypical male questions Danielle Joe's gonna ask is your typical female questions best of three wins still tied the end of regulation go to a not so tough tiebreaker question we'll start with you Alfa who starred as the joker in twenty sixteens suicide squad movie who is the joker that is correct well done Daniel who plays Mrs Norbury in the movie mean girls she I it's Tina fey she wrote the movie to read he did yes our current score is one to nothing it ladies where would post Malone B. if Sam Malone Sir Tim a beverage cheered it's up Daniel expect more pay less is the longtime slogan of what store I know it's one of my tongue he's got a buzz here come on it's hard to get it the lady's way then.
"danielle danielle danielle" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast
"I Have Danielle Gatlin. How are you doing in yellow? I'm good and yourself. I am doing good now. She is the author of the book. Practice practice practice this psychiatrist life and let me tell you a little bit about Danielle. Danielle Danielle is a rural psychiatrist in private practice with her husband who is also a psychiatrist in upstate New York. She is an avid reader and quotes. Frank Zappa so many books so little time. Interesting quote now. I'm not sure I have this word. Right she is a fan of era produce. Qions will how do you say that word in yellow era press documents? Okay there you go which are figures of speech in which the later part of the sentence is unexpected. For example. You might say the last thing I want to do is hurt you but it's still on my list or you might say if I agreed with you would both be wrong. So that's she enjoys the humor in those. Her book gives you a view of therapy sessions from her side of the couch along with transcripts of what's going through her mind as she's working and it's not what you think along with stories from her growing up and training years. The majority of the Book Spans Twenty Five Years of rural psychiatric practice written with candor and a light touch these clinical and personal tales reveal a way of thinking that is essential for living actively fully and doing good work with a sense of wonder. Okay interesting I'm kind of drawn to this. You often get asked if you and your husband analyze each other. Yes that is a classic quest and it's a cliche and I won't go there but I can't believe that during an argument things don't come up. I'd like to be a little fly on the wall for that. Well you know when we were first married and we were in training. We trained together. We went to medical school together. And we trained together and Yes during those those early years of the marriage I did a lot of that kind of Analyzing what was motivating him. But it's not a good thing to do really not and I'd say if I'm married thirty eight years now and I I would say about twenty five years into the marriage. I realized that this was not a good thing and I stopped. It's a cliche but I'll say you know like I think I'm pretty sure that women in general do this but anytime a guy in a way that they don't like it's always because of your mother. Well there's some truth to that like all cliches. There's a kernel of truth. Yeah I do believe that. No you're in New York now. I know this is long story. You can give us the shore fashion. Where are you from originally well? My parents are European and my father worked the UN. So when I was a baby they traveled quite a bit and then My father got a job working for the U. N. And he was relocated to he was stationed in Santiago Chile. So I would. I spent the first five years of my life. Basically in Chile. Sure my brother and my and my sister were born and then my parents got divorced there and my mother remarried and my stepfather was a A professor at Vanderbilt University in Nashville Tennessee. So I grew up I actually went to school elementary school and high school in Nashville and then I went to New York City and while that's where I went to college and it was Dan that I got my degree in English and fine art and I decided after I had finished. It took me six years because I worked part time all the way through my college years. I work fulltime all through my college years. I decided at that point that I couldn't support myself making art and I met my husband Once I made the decision to go to medical school and I was in take I went back for my pre medical coursework and I met him at that time and so You know we went did are. We went to medical school in Tennessee. And then Did our training in the Bronx at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and from there we relocated upstate. New York to where where we've been for the past twenty five years so that's the long the long and short of it. How DID PSYCHIATRY ENTER? Was this something that you are always interested in. Or what gave you the push to go in that direction? Well I was very Had kind of I had a difficult childhood and Actually it was a runaway. I ran away from home. I went to Libya signed live with my father and his wife for year. New York and My stepmother ultimately became a therapist and they connected me to my first. Who was a psychiatrist and I had one of those after you know struggling to be An artist. I'm a an introverted person. I'd say hard for me to sell myself right and I'm easily Squashed by criticism and you know to be an artist. You have to be a a professional artist. You have to be hardy shortest And really know your own mind and I was young unformed but I was also very drawn to the whole thinking The process the thought process of therapy because as a Wasn't therapy when I was young and I have to say it saved my life and I had this epiphany to read books to get the story. I can't tell you all the oh no all through retail. Some of these stories are in the book. But I I'm always always been a person people talked to and I've always been a person that asks good questions and I had an interaction with a friend of mine's at prove very helpful. Her and many weeks later as I was walking home from work and wondering what the Heck I was going to do with myself. It came to me as one of those blinding hall moments that. I should be a therapist and I ran at by my psychiatrist therapist and he was surprisingly supportive of the idea. I expected him to be you know neutral. But he was very supportive and for reasons that you'll have to find out from reading the book He persuaded me to go to medical school. And so that was how I start. I you know went to medical school completely out of my box completely completely out of my box. Well that's interesting because that's a that's a big undertaking if if you haven't been doing it your whole life my My cousin she started her medical career home ominous in high school right during to do it. So that's yeah that's that's a long look I. I took no high school sciences. Wow Okay and I took I didn't take any high school maps beyond geometry so when I went back for my pre medical coursework I had to Take Calculus and I had to take chemistry and Physics and Organic Chemistry and you know look back on that now I go. Wow I really I just did it. When you're young which isn't do these things. Sure sure you said another thing that sparked my attention and I got this from my cousin. She worked in a ended up working at at at the medical school. And one of the things you just said about people always wanted to talk to you speak to maybe a natural inclination that some people have like for example. My cousin said that a lot of the people in school that we're graduating with the best grades she knew would not make the best doctors. Some of the people who didn't have the grades that were quite that high were natural healers. They were using natural healers. So is that something that you feel. As psychiatrist at some people just can relate to what what the other person is saying. Feeling a little better. I think that's such an interesting. You know separation of talents that you've you know you've just described I would say yes. I I fall into the the smaller much smaller group of physicians that you know are interested in healing the process of what it takes to heal somebody and that doesn't involve Really good interpersonal skills. And you know if you think about you know the admissions process for medical school it. The criteria do not pick for people who are inter personally savvy. They the criteria for admission. Are you know very high grades in the hard sciences known maps that you're a really good standardized test taker and And that you have strong experience in research science work so I did all those things. I mean my grades are good. Might my husband's grades were much better. He was a natural science person and You know he he And He's also got the listening and interpersonal skills. Sure but my my but when we were in training together you know. He was interested in the mind as I was interested in the person's and when I was being interviewed for residency when you know when you go to medical school in the last year when you decide your feel on your field you applied for residency training in a variety of programs and you have to go and be interviewed. And I remember at Beth Israel in Manhattan attending. Who was interviewing me. Ask Me why I wanted to be a psychiatrist. And what about it drew me and as I thought about how it was going to answer it and you know the whole interview The interview experience for admission to a residencies. Also another gain Ryan so you know I thought to myself well you know I should. Maybe I should give him some pad or about you know the science of mind and you know how we need to learn more about the brain and I thought to myself you know. It's not my area of strength. I really shouldn't go. There won't be starts asking deeper questions about it and I look like a jerk so I said I just. I like psych patients. I like you know talking to people. I like getting the story. I like laughing. It's the one it's the one specialty where you can actually like be with the person and you know have a laugh. You know you're an internist you know. You're asking about a specific organ system. You're not engaging in the same way you know to be a good psychiatrist. You have to be able to connect you know as a person as being otherwise people just won't relax until you what's really troubling them and of course that's true for any physician but it's especially true. It's especially true in psychiatry. Now you describe yourself as a rural psychiatrists one of the differences between a rural Psychiatrists and one that works in a big city like New York or something like that. Well it's really a matter of your it impacts your personal life when we were working in New York you know. New York is huge get. There's a yoga chances that you're gonNA run into a A patient or client are very small. You know But when you live in a small town in my town is twenty three thousand people and we raised our son here. You know when he was in Elementary School. I had to deal with patients who For in the you know PTA the parent teacher organization. I had to deal with people who you know. There's a crossover between your personal life and your professional life so I'm always even when I'm out in the community I don't really. I don't have the privacy that would have had if I had made in in New York and that means I have to carry myself differently and it's It was a struggle. You know they don't train you in the residency for this kind of thing because most residencies are based in large urban centres. It's a it's a challenge to have your own life while you're living in a fish bowl and you're basically a person who is known by everybody has a pure status your position and you know not to feel constrained not to feel like you have to hide yourself because it's impossible. Hide Yourself. No what are some of the most common conditions that a psychiatrist has to deal with? I'm guessing depression is probably pretty high up on the list. Yes depression panic anxiety. But one of the surprises of my my twenty years of practice has been the prevalence of post traumatic stress disorder prevalence of physical and sexual abuse and in rural community. Although I think this is probably true in urban communities to Just it's more mast the incidents of substance abuse and and how that fuels all the other psychiatric and and lastly in our small town. You know it's not an economically thriving area so poverty oath also on an impacting variable. Sure and it makes for a very different kind of practice. I would say that compared to my colleagues That continued to live and work in New York. I take care of a much much wider range of disorders and much much sicker a patient population because we have no. We basically have no referral resources. You like it stops with me. The buck stops with me. It's even hard to admit somebody to the hospital..
"danielle danielle danielle" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"And so in the off season. They regard some things the change the cast around which I had bittersweet feelings towards because I actually really liked like the work has twins. And of course, even was our friend, you know, but that being said season three is calm, and I feel like the show is back on track. I'm very excited. Yeah. I mean, they they're I don't know how much of them is trying or how much of it is fresh blood. You know, the best thing about. This show is just very disturbing whiteness. You know, it's like we see a lot of whiteness on. Bravo, obviously, I'm probably a lot better. I guess in recent times about getting some multi-culture multicultural says on stuff like that. Which is great. But we're used to a lot of whiteness, but this is Hampton's whiteness. This is like the whitest of the white. This is like, yeah. This is some pasty pasty ass whiteness. And I don't mean just on the skin. I mean in your soul is like a this is these are white sold people. Although I think to be fair, I think that any Ella. Danielle Danielle Danielle Danielle I seem to remember from last season is she Puerto Rican. Yes. Yeah. Okay. So so there is some there is some diversity on this show. But yeah, this is this is why this is this is a big old white show. Yes. But it's, but I, you know, it's I feel like what I'm happy about is that in this season premiere, I feel like at least the story lines are are making sense. 'cause I remember last season the season premiere there was like this scene where they're all eating dinner and everything was fine. And then it just was like cutting random sentences and things and people suddenly were mad and then went to commercial break. And I was like what is happening on summer house. But now, at least things make sense. Yet things are things are making sense because the fighter so ridiculous. And it's like thirty year olds fighting over ten year old things become very into. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's that's too my whiteness. So I was like, okay. Got it. I got it. Yeah. So we opened with the theme song. What the fuck is this on you've been about? I still don't know still have no idea it's like someone to the inflatable raft. That is the Vanderbilt rule song. And then open the the thing and then just sat on it. And let all the air out. Fleeting Vanda penpals theme song because it's the same singer. So yeah, it's very intricate Jane doing her scales. So then we get a we open with possibly the greatest thing that makes summer summer house, which is the cameras than ever just lopping all like twenty four. It's like. The cameras come khloe. I need you to set a hard primitive in the master bedroom. Upstairs. They're going to be some sledding people up here. These people are so white. I'm gonna need might visit. I might visit. Okay. I want you to get me the filter that you use when we look at the sun. Jack, they somehow through the perimeter. The slots are in the bedroom. There's a cougar about to kill the daughter, but the Cougars Lindsay Sango Cougars. I mean, we even have Lindsey coming back like I'll say, it's like annealing Z. Now, it's like Lindsey now. Yeah. Lindsay Lindsay was like well, the work has twins are off the show. But I'm going to like carry the torch for them by wearing a strange like floppy like weird roughly top that sort of looks like the draperies and adorable store that sells curiosities and like old VHS tapes. Yes. Which is basically a really nice way of describing her boob job. Yeah. Okay. Let's let's do some subtlety jobs. Normally, no comment on beefs. I don't care. The only shows I really comment on our like real housewives of Atlanta because they're implants are so fucking insane. They've come out of the TV and punch me in the face. And then it's like, you know, I guess when you're going to do just like a one shop job in its only season on a reality show. You're not gonna go do incremental boobs ops. At hurts. Her boobs are trying to have a secret rendezvous on her back. You know, they're both like she looking..
"danielle danielle danielle" Discussed on Taste of Reality with Troy Turner
"Guy's house like we're just look around you girl if you if this guy. I thought it was hilarious. That he was like you know whenever you're working with a producer like you build a relationship and I was like dad that looking around you. It's not one that you should have like. This is where your career is going if your producer has little house on the prairie CALICO order wallpaper walls to move along. Yes one hundred percent. It was she. She's still usual. Did completely did Hector happen. Awash these two. Yes he did he can he? He ate he came and he came in just as we were watching. What as a as a fellow Spaniard. Would he think he well he was like? Do I talk like that and like I said yes you do? Yes you do. Even though he doesn't at all but he was like wow. I can't believe I sound like that and I was like yeah you do. He doesn't though so that was his first thing he was very insecure and then he actually felt similarly as I did about them as a couple and he's cited with the Spaniard and I gotta be honest it. They are so like nationalistic that it takes a lot for him to say something bad about another Spaniard. It's cute so he actually. I think he liked the guy. What do you think about him? Well I think David is. I think he's condescending. But I love it because I hate Adeline. I love how he put her in her place where she goes as one of my favorite lines that I still remember recapping it. She's like well. You said you would go wherever my music takes me. He goes right but you anywhere. Is it really dead? And was so honest. He seems like a good head on his shoulders. Also thank her singing. I said my the words out of my mouth where there's already a Lord. That's exactly what I said. The actor and he goes I. I agree yeah. We don't need another mclachlan flirts. We don't need it. I also said that she was the Walmart version of Anne hathaway. My God that is right. Yes yeah she really is. I was like she got the big mouth the cheekbones and whatever. But it's all a Picasso D- like you know a lot of photo shoots in the forest with little streams with like prairie dresses. That are wet halfway down. He's like eighty Do believe Oh my gosh growth hater. Now I hate her. Hater welcomes orchard. Just because of you and I'm not even trying to kiss your ass. Just I didn't realize who she was and now I know she actually as a verb. Now it'll be like academic I was so certain of God. God dammit I if you disappear we know where to look Clermont. Claire Claire Clairmont. Oh my gosh all right so moving on I went ahead and watched a third episode and it is ninety fiancee. What now so now. I see what you did here. It's just now occurring to me. Jody that you gave me the full spectrum. We watched before the ninety days the ninety days. And what now? I guess it's following the ninety days right and they're still another one. There's a ninety day fiance happily ever after question mark. Oh yeah interesting. I don't think we're going to have to do this again. And I'll watch one of those. Okay so we're moving onto what now. This is going to be a short when some of the same story lines. But there's there's one new one that I want to just touch on. I just wrote down lady and Nelson because I did not catch her name. What's her name? Tackle Danielle Danielle Danielle Nelson. So this was this is literally an episode of catfish so Danielle drives across the state to meet this Guy Nelson and she ends up in what because he's suddenly not responding to her messages. Which that's a totally normal thing to do right. Like I guess they were supposed to me. But then he ghosted her so she decides to show up at his address really bizarre. Who does that and she ends up in? What looks like a junkyard so she is just staging her own death at this point and knocking on the door of totally abandoned house and she and she says something about it being a repeat of Muhammad. Okay what is the story there because I did not catch it? Okay See I. I'm leaving this as kind of like a cliffhanger pre but they give you some background information because this was a controversial episode to give to you with one of hockey too but there are so much a okay so Danielle was on like the original ninety day fiance before there was even a before the ninety days and she married this. Guy from was it like L. I forgot whatever. Everyone's really screaming and yelling at me But Mohammed came clearly. Could not stand her. They didn't even kiss on their wedding day because he said it was against his religion. And I think that through Well it might be true but that's awfully convenient way right. Totally perfect believe there at the altar and the officiates like you may kiss your bride. He Goes No. I can't it's against I guess a religious holiday or something. This is on camera. Oh Yeah love came here. He hated her. She's an idiot for thinking that he was ever. GonNa be with her and they've been off and on that she's going to divorce him and then an annulment and he's a manipulator Blah Blah Blah. But this is this woman like she just finds these situations and puts herself in like you said like what idiot is going to be driving hours to go find some. She's kind of a victim. She's kind of a victim. She chooses to be a kind of feel bad for her. Because you look at our and you're like oh she's help wines like a now but she's like helpless Weirdo. That's on the Internet in early. One totally did you enjoy her friend bath. Did you see Sandusky Bath? Oh my gosh I know. I don't think I think I missed that. What that might that another episode and the only thing that I saw was her going to the house leaving empty-handed and then so they open episode with her and then they never bring her back until the very end. They end the episode with her walking to the mailbox with some legal papers to put them in Muhammed. What's that all about So she keeps going is so this Mohammed Guy that she married she keeps saying she wants to divorce him but she just needs to see him one last time and maybe they can be friends. Maybe they could be together and it's been years like let the guy go hang on prayer right. She's dragging it out because she loves the attention. Loves OR LADY SORT OF NOT REALLY? Yeah okay well like she and Nicole would be like a dumb adopter of the ages. Yes totally well. That is sad and very depressing. And where is Mohamed? Now we don't know he disappeared and there and they are still married. I think it is officially don. Okay gotTA interest on paper. But I'm sure they'll be circling around this ninety day circuit. So is he one of the ones who may be slip through the cracks where he was actually able to stay here well? He was for a while because they still legally married. Because you only have to make it two two years is my understanding may may depend but on the situation but I think you have to just make it to two years and then you can get divorced and you're like free to stay here. Yeah I think that's kind of what the whole thing is right now. Is He going to be deported? Or not. Okay to be continued? Exactly okay Actor made it two years after this and after this and after this. I don't know if we're going to thank you very much. Jodi all 'cause you have scared the shit out of me and NO I. I know he's using me like like. That's the sooner you just come to realize it you know and just face the music then the easier life becomes because I could just make his life a living hell for two years and upper hand it just I can abuse somebody for two years. You know straighted and other one exactly exactly only they only only after they only really the. Us only really gives you one shot to marry somebody and so they start raising eyebrows. You do it more than once No it's an it's an interesting situation. That certainly was a question. But we'll talk about that. We'll talk about when I visit. Come on Yes yes yes yes yes It's an adventure. I'll just put it that way. Okay speaking of Another Spaniard though. We have Courtney Antonio this is also interesting to me because hector and I felt differently about this relationship to. I can't stand courtney like she has a great like she has a really well defined lip but other than that. I don't feel like there's a lot going on and I started hating her. Here's the background. Okay and a lot of you already are going to know this. But for anyone. Who's not familiar? Courtney Antonio Antonio lives in Spain. But they're dating. She lives in Florida Antonio goes to New York on a modeling GIG case thirty one. It's probably one of his last. It's his first time visiting the city and he seemed at first. I was did seem they were free. He doesn't want to see her because she's like all fly up and I'll visit with you know I'm very busy. I'm here for a short amount of time. Don't come and so they make. It seem like he's avoiding her. But Hector kind of brought to my attention. He was like if he's from Spain and says first time only there for two days. He's probably terrified of being in the city because it's like no other place and he's just trying to concentrate on the job he's doing and he thinks that it could be like the launch of his like you know. S- Bay supermodel which this guy is not going to be and And he probably just wanted to concentrate and she's probably a total like emotional suck and he's a stage ten clinger totally and so she faced times him and this is where. I started really not liking her. She's totally dolled up on camera. She looks like a completely different person on base time. Yup clearly has spent hours getting ready to do this. And she's like it's so fake she's like I need to move on with my life. It's not healthy like did you catch that. It was ridiculous. Yeah well everyone refers to her as corny because the way Antonio says her name so she's just as Corny and everyone makes fun of her because she is like the gummy smile and the baby And kind of a little wonky I but sometimes one of my is goes a little wonky sometime soon but you know it just stands out because like you said she looks completely different and photos and stuff He is just okay. See maybe you have a better read on this but to me. I don't think he reads totally straight like he might be somebody. That's what I said too. So the fact that she didn't so and previous seasons she flew out to Spain. He lived in I'M GONNA say it wrong saga or something salon owner Mullah Malaga Malaga. Oh there you go So corny on the brain. He didn't show up at the airport to meet her that he showed up late to whether a meeting you know. I don't know he's just not that into her when you're on Grindr sometimes you get distracted. You know exactly so. I think she just clung on. And he's like well she's around. Yeah okay. We'll be all lovey dovey. I'll sleep with your or whatever but exactly like you'd have to saying he's got forty eight hours in New York like easy back like I'm not trying to chill with you and her friends you could tell we're like Oh my God. We're so sick of hearing this. Oh my gosh on her and her gay friend was just like Joe Louis right over. Sure rand that you just want to be like. Okay move along..