9 Burst results for "David Sherwin"
"david sherwin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"This line doesn't work anymore or something. Look a little better than that. But anyway, so we do have a new phone number just For today, so get ready as 5137495500 or 513749 talk. We'll get your right through. All right, Let's get don't confuse people that's like I confusing, but this is a 513749 55 100. Or talk Now 749 talk is gonna go somewhere else. It is in this building. But yes, no kid. Yeah, alright. 513749 55 100. It took me 33 minutes before I was corrected. No debt. All right, Let's get back to the phones here. We got Bruce. Bruce. Welcome. How are you? Thank you. I'm doing fine. So about three years ago, I bought a home that was constructed out of a surface called office. I'm sure you're aware of. I think it's energy efficient system something or whatever. Um and I want to attain it. And that you know, people compare the office structure kind of stuck. Oh, but it's not stuck. Oh. Oh, I know, And I want to paint over it, and I've heard a million different things and heard you referring David Sherwin Williams Emerald, and I was wondering what What is your advice on the best type of paint to paint over that surface? I would assume I don't know for sure. But I would assume that Sherman Williams Emerald Bruce would work fine. It is a breather bubble acrylic. So it will transfer moisture from the inside album. Oh, it's Yeah, that is perfect for that particular substrate off fade resistant, mildew resistant, UV resistant, so it's a good long term coding. I think it would do phenomenal. It'll certainly stick. That won't be an issue it he shouldn't hand that's very good. Great. Great. Well, thank you so much. I appreciate enjoy your show. Thanks, Bruce. Appreciate taking care of my All right. And from there, we got Byron and Byron welcome. Hey, Byron. Yes, far away. Okay? I have a little hard time hearing you Okay. Can you hear me? I can Okay. I've got a garage floor that had nature stone. If you're familiar with that put on it. I have it on my garage floor. Okay, and it's crumbling badly right down to the bare. Like 5% is right down the Barrie concrete, Okay, They're gonna come in and chop it right? And three weeks they told me that clean it good because I have pets and during the heavy snows and Chester Lynn here, uh That's do their business in there. So they told me that planet was something really good. And power wash it which I'm going to do today. So what do you recommend the best cleaner? Do most of the nature starts. So so it's interesting. How old is it? 10 years old 10 years old, have you? Well, mind minds 10 years old too. I'm just one of wide fell apart because minds I didn't re surfacing. All you didn't put a sealers on it. Sailors cry, okay, which which I'll do from now on. Okay. Are they gonna when they come in and patch it? Is that what they're gonna do? They're gonna put patches in. No, no, it's way too worse for that. They're gonna tap it. It looked like a brand new surface, Okay? Well, okay, So the easy question is clean it I would use an oxygenated bleach. Or really any strong detergent, soap and water. Uh, would do find too. Um And you know, pressure wash it. I think maybe for the rinsing agent I'd probably do an oxygenated bleach. Spread all over the surface. Take a street broom, agitate, agitate, agitate. Um, pressure washer. Uh, just use as a rinsing agent. Right, That's what I'm going to do. But I guarantee that I would be absolutely stunned if they came out and didn't do the exact same thing. See, that's what bothered me. If they're telling me what to do before they can do it. Why don't they do it? And then they'll know what? Yeah, I can't imagine that. I can't imagine that they wouldn't do it. To be honest with you. Yeah, they said they don't do that. Which shocked drink so Okay? Yeah. In fact, what you might do is just call them whether they come in in a week or two, or, uh, one month. I think I'd call her. I'm calling in there again. Don't even tell me you have an appointment. Say, listen if I had that thing If I had I have a nature stone garage for and I'm having a top. Do you guys come in and pressure, wash it and then top it and then seal it. And I bet you they did. I bet they'd tell you. Yes. Okay. Appreciate it. Gary. Alright, fired. Thanks for the call. So I had some rust stained on my viol. Citing that I talk to you About a month ago. You told me he used that rushed out or whatever they're now iron out. I've applications in a week and it's gone. Thank you. Very good. Thank you. Yes, sir. But you know, we get a lot of questions regarding rust. And one of the things um I live a really exciting life. Um, I found a YouTube video of 10 different rust products. That were doing comparisons on how it takes. Rust off of concrete. Didn't do sighting was just concrete and what it did to the substrate. Did it, bleach it out or did it not bleach it out? And it was amazing old iron now. Right the top right at the top, and some of the other ones that because I was kind of searching, always looking for that, you know, just put one code on it. Walk away from it. It's good forever, right? There's no such thing. They had a couple that claim to do that, and it didn't do anything. One. The rust was still there still there, But the concrete was about 10 shades lighter so now looked worse. We're old, Uh, you know, iron out that quite the job did a great job. All right again. Our phone numbers 5137495500 today only day and welcome. Hey, Dan. Hello. Yes, sir. Yes, I got a question here about a kitchen put new cabinets in a year ago. And there's crown molding to the ceiling. And in the winter time where they talked into the ceiling, it separates by about a quarter of an inch..
"david sherwin" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"By the sandra via if you didn't quite follow former president donald trump's defense team's argument on the opening day of the senate impeachment trial republican senators. Were right there with you. I thought i knew where he was going. And i didn't really know where he was going. Senator lindsey graham about bruce. Castor the lead counsel for trump's defense team following the senate's vote on tuesday confirming the constitutionality of trying a president when he is no longer in office. The senate is considering the case of the only president to be impeached twice in american history. It comes after the house of representatives voted to impeach him for inciting the deadly insurrection at the capitol by a pro-trump mob on january sixth more than a month after the attack the capital remains surrounded by a perimeter and patrolled by national guard troops assigned to protect the complex. And those who work there. Caster got off to a clumsy start by accidentally referring to himself as the lead prosecutor. His performance didn't improve as he stumbled through at times confusing and meandering remarks in which he failed to present a clear defense of the former president instead he appeared mostly to be attempting to ingratiate himself with senators by flattering them at one point referring to them as exceptional asked what he made of castor. Senator ted cruz of responded to reporters with an An uncomfortably long. I don't think the lawyer did the most effective job. He finally responded after several seconds. The results on the vote on tuesday. In which forty four republican senators voted that. The trial was unconstitutional. Indicate trump is unlikely to be convicted. Only six republican senators crossed party lines to vote with democrats far short of the seventeen. That would be needed to convict. But the fifty six senators who voted that the trial was in accordance with the constitution was a majority and so the senate will continue with the trial this week. The house impeachment manager and defense will begin presenting their cases on wednesday on capitol hill. There is a widespread perception that the outcome is preordained. But the open criticism. Republicans aired on the former presidents team was unusually candid. I've seen a lot of lawyers and a lot of arguments. that was not one of the finest. I've seen said republican senator john cornyn of texas. Who added he found the team effective when a reporter noted that he'd just leveled some serious criticism toward the former president's lawyers. Cornyn nodded that offense. Stilted performance was all the more striking following the house. Impeachment managers opening arguments the democratic lawmakers made the case using a harrowing montage of videos from the capital attack on january sixth that blasted through the senate chamber. They wove in legal opinions on the question of constitutionality from conservative leader. Voices representative jamie raskin. The lead impeachment manager gave emotional testimony from the day of the insurrection which occurred one day after he buried his son who died of suicide at the end of last year as raskin recounted his experience of the day of the attack on the capital which included being separated from his daughter and son-in-law who were also in the capital to accompany him during devastating week. The senate sat enwrapped silence. Even trump's lawyers acknowledged the impeachment managers. Comments were powerful noting during their argument. That the case brought by house democrats was so well done. It resulted in the defense modifying their strategy. At the last minute senator bill cassidy of louisiana was the only republican who changed his vote from a procedural vote held last week. That also signalled where. Republicans stood on the question of constitutionality. He joined democrats this week and said the contrast and the team's performances informed his surprise decision president. Trump's team was disorganized. They did everything they could but to talk about the question at hand cassidy told reporters after the vote and when they talked about it they kind of glided over almost as if they were embarrassed of their arguments. Now i'm an impartial. Juror and one side is doing a great job and the other side is doing a terrible job on the issue at hand. I'm going to vote for the side that did a good job. Other republicans who voted with democrats made similar points. The house presented a pretty good legal analysis in fairness. I was really stunned at the first attorney. Who presented for former president trump. Senator lisa murkowski of alaska told reporters. I couldn't figure out where he was going. Spent forty five minutes going somewhere. But i don't think he helped with us better understanding where he was coming from on the constitutionality of this while. She said she believed david. Sherwin the other defense attorney who also made remarks on tuesday did a better job. Murkowski said she thought castor was a missed opportunity showing for his part was more to the point than castor arguing that this impeachment trial was cancel culture and painting the impeachment trial as partisan exercise the second attorney representing the president clearly did make an argument and did a competent job said senator susan collins of maine who also voted with democrats on the constitutionality of the senate trial. But i'm puzzled by the presentation by the first attorney so i don't know how they're going to proceed from here on out if.
"david sherwin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Outdated vehicles, growing package volume and increased competition and Predicted operating losses of billions of dollars in the future. That is, CBS is can be McCormick Secretary. The Commonwealth Bill Gavin says he plans to file legislation to make vote by mail a permanent option for it. Massachusetts voters. The secretary's bill would also expand in person early voting options, guaranteeing weekend voting and statewide elections and primaries with early voting period spanning 14 days for general elections and seven days for primaries. And the secretary wants to take, making it easier to vote even further. Also, we're introducing is part of his proposal. Same day voter registration because we believe we prove last year that we can use the technology effectively to protect the integrity of the election and still have give people an opportunity directly. 3.65 million votes were cast in the 2020 election November in Massachusetts, more than 1.5 million people. Used vote by mail. Another 844,000 voters cast ballots in person before Election Day. Continuing to stole around the area, and we will continue to see snow vial up at least some light precipitation in through the evening hours. We'll check traffic and weather together coming up in just a few minutes right now on update on the impeachment trial of former President Trump CBS News Special Report. Former President Trump's defense team is arguing right now in the Senate that Mr Trump's second impeachment trial is unconstitutional because he's left office. This is an untenable combination. That literally puts the institution of the presidency directly at risk. Nothing less. David Sherwin said. Those behind the impeachment simply want to prevent Mr Trump from running again. In this unprecedented step impeachment process, the House of Representatives denied every attribute of fundamental constitutional due process. Americans correctly have come to believe is part of what makes this country so great. Earlier Democratic House manager said the trial should proceed, They said Mr Trump was impeached while he was still in office. David Cicilline e congressman from Rhode Island, he summoned and armed Angry and dangerous crowd. It wanted to keep in power in power of votes will be taken at the end of the day. Most expect the trial will go on CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman, You.
"david sherwin" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Lucky man was one thousand nine hundred seventy three and it would take a lot of years. Before david sherwin and lindsay anderson would work again together. Same thing with malcolm mcdowell and it wasn't until one thousand nine hundred eighty two that britannia hospital came out. And i have to say i was not familiar with britannia hospital at all which is kind of remarkable looking at the cast of it. When i was a kid i would go out. And i would hunt down movies because i was such a huge star wars fan. I went hunt down movies. that mark. Hamill carrie fisher and harrison. Ford were in. And i was just like oh i need this so somehow i managed to see heroes where i think henry winkler is a warm farmer i managed to see you know force ten from navarine i to see corvette. Some are but i never saw britannia hospital in mark. Hamill listen this. It's a tiny role but he's in this movie and he's highest fuck. He is high throughout almost the entire thing. What a strange jonathan. When did you first see this one. I saw again when i was in. Canada is in about two thousand and thirteen. I think the order. So yeah. I guess this last one i saw and i fell. I still feel now is probably my least favorite of the three steel. The two two of my favorite films. That's not to say that. I i dislike it in any way I think that. I take away for me when i was just graham crowd and i just think the escalation of his character the allegation of him as an actor. I think is is so wonderful. Because he's one of those actors who i guess he in the uk. I mean he was. One of those stool will british actors. That you would see in many tv shows things. But i guess.
"david sherwin" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Recur. I mean sometimes that have the same names. Sometimes just type of character played by design actor and are few on the lead byles. I think he's all of them and Dr miller courses into them. But i think he's the stand up. You will meet the same kind of characters in different forms in different circumstances. Keep doubles down on that in a lucky man by having these same people from the other movie show up and then play multiple characters. So you like at first. I thought it was going crazy. Because i was like wait. A second so surrounded richardson. He was earlier in then. Here he is here. And then i started noticing other people that were showing up in multiple roles as well as like okay. This really changes how. I'm seeing a lucky man and then there are times was like well. is helen. Mirren supposed to be the same person here versus here. But i think she is but then yeah other people will switch it up. Play to sometimes even three roles. It's incredible there. i. I can't think of another trilogy or even film series attempts anything like this. No the closest i got is the you know. L. mariuchi desperado. And once upon a time in mexico. That's about it dead. Silence jonathan you mentioned how episodic this film is that was one thing. That was kind of keeping me away. The first time. I watched it was just that it is like little episodes. It's not even like major things and sometimes they'll speak to each other in sometimes. It's just like okay. This thing happened. And i think some of that might be coming from that original screenplay of sherwin and howlett's just i mean they brought this when they were very young and some of those things i think stayed through the screenplay all through the evolution of it i think it took what eight years for them to finally get this made but then other things. I can feel more of that after having seen than andersen stuff. Now i'm like okay. That feels more like lindsay anderson thing but then you hear some of the dialogue and it's like okay. That feels very much like david sherwin thing. Especially when you've got watching these with commentaries and you hear mcdowell and that's david show when that's his style it's like okay all right malcolm. I know i think you totally can tell the difference. I mean maybe not the first time you watch if but even if you just watch the trilogy and then go back to. If it's very clear what parts are like classic lindsay in what parts are not an in a way. I think that maybe that makes if a good place to start because it's a little bit more accessible. Maybe like this. Sporting life is pretty accessible. But it's maybe more grounded in a specific narrative whereas the other two are just all the fuck over the place which i love about them. But it's it's so hard to set. Like if i was trying to Did retain a hospital. I was trying to explain to someone the plot of lucky man. And it's like every every plot description you see it's like malcolm mcdowell becomes a coffee salesman in it's like that's not the movie though it's like he does. That's true is factually correct. But like how do you say in a sentence what a lucky man is about. I mean you can say if it's about a revolution at a school but that's basically like the last five minutes. I mean it's really all of the other stuff that adds into it. That is like okay. This is the interesting stuff and to see these episodes and to see how these characters are in iraq and or not. It's interesting that we don't get like a lot of the relationship. Between the bobby phillips character played by rupert webster and the wallace character played by richard warwick like we know they're in the same circle at times and then there's one moment where they're both in bed together and i'm like okay. This is interesting. Is this supposed to be more than two people sharing the same bed. I think it is but it just feels like it kind of goes there. Especially when i'm reading sherman's book and he's just like oh. Yeah we were writing about all the buggering that takes place in the school. I was like oh okay but but with them it seems like an actual relationship. Because and i think you see this so rarely in films in general but especially films before. I don't know like nine hundred ninety five. The this sort of attraction flirtation seen that happens right before that fencing sequence when they're they're on like different levels of the gym The younger one is getting changed. And he's watching that. Like solo gymnastics performance in such a typical. Like you know there is meeting. They're attracted to each other. But you ve very rarely get something like that for gay characters especially younger gay care. I mean it's it's sort of left ambiguous about whether anyone in this film as actually gay or just. This is the environment that they're living in. There are no girls there. But i love the way that the seat the film sort of quietly develops those scenes. And you don't get all of this expository dialogue about it. Which is refreshing. But at the same time you have that really nice scene of them in bed together. Which i love. And then they're sort of together blowing up the school at the end of the film under the compensation within well.
"david sherwin" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Intend that to be a specific reason. In each case you know why is this sequence black and white in color. I think it was more. Just create a kind of distancing effect. Nothing he was really he was ready. Brek ideas so i think is very much just kind of general kind of braxton distancing device raw van beings of specifically meant to indicate dish fantasy. Is this real ally is just to see. I think he's kind of just really meant to just keep you aware you're watching fill and I think there are some really striking facts to that. He produces without. I think one of the scenes auburn really struck me. When i it in two thousand and three was defensing sequence in. Is that great moment. Where i think malcolm dowling. Just bursts bursts through the door with the Saw changes to color about moment. So i think it's also one of those devices that were wealthy striking king. Visually facts like that. It reminded me also of the way that he uses those really strange cuts in lucky man. Where it's almost like an is really hard to describe if you haven't seen the film but the way that a director would often or sometimes end to seen were kind of like to black before switching to the next scene once he does that in a lucky man but it comes at totally random times and it is super brechin. And i think that's maybe what like if i had to pick one thing that i especially love about him as a director. I think he's probably the one who manages to translate wreck in theatrical. You to film better than anyone else there. Times with those cuts to black in a lucky man. And i know that i'm jumping ahead and we'll get there but it does have a purpose. It reminds me punctuation. And then i think about the title of if which is very deliberate in the four dots. After if it's not an alexis it is four dots afterwards. And i always think is that supposed to be the four crusaders but then there's the fifth crusader so it doesn't line up that way. Some guy. I wish it was five dots. That would make more sense. And of course. Different from kipling poem which i think he's a dash and i think that was lindsay amazon's very deliberate idea to use those dogs so young that that possibly is a significant yes. I've never worked that out. But the title i think comes up at the end as well desmond and i think. The same thing happens with britannia hospital. You've got that hundred image of the brain. Sorry i'm jumping ahead a little. But i think that seems to be a technique that he liked bring the title up again after the final image will not only is this. Men's anderson and malcolm mcdowell that we have as a constant we also have david sherwin as a constant through this whole thing to he is the screenwriter co-screenwriter of if the original script was by him and a schoolmate john howlett and then he would go on to work with lindsay anderson on a lucky man and on britannia hospital. So it's like these three pieces. It's not just this two legged device that we have it's he's the third leg of the stool and so he is bringing this stuff to bear as well and he is a interesting dude. I read a lot of his autobiography going. Mad in hollywood. And he is super neurotic and just so many issues in his life that were going on at the same time as these movies were getting made. I'm amazed he got any work done at all. He just has all of these like romance problems and huge rows with his wife and girlfriend and all this cheating and having affairs secretaries and just all of this shit going on and yet he manages to make these screenplays and make them to lindsay anderson's specifications. Because like you said he seems like he is very specific. He knows what he wants and he uses these two terms and these terms just kept coming up through everything that has reading many an epic and there were many is just like. It's silly. don't put that in there. It's just you know we need to have this thing. Be epic and epic was like the thing that he was going and it wasn't just running time even though all lucky man is like three hours long it just it wasn't just you know like big set pieces because some of these smaller things that are happening especially if these are epic to linzie and they're definitely epoch to sure when he lived a lot of the stuff as well as john and. I don't think it's any coincidence. That one of the characters name is johnny and then for a while there was just the other character who is like. Come the mix slash wallace character and eventually they broke him into two pieces. Which i think really works well and so again it kind of fits back to those three legs of the stool where we have now in the three characters who are taking on the world rather than just the the two characters just their ins and outs and it helps balance the film a lot more by having this essentially one protagonist. But it's broken into three pieces with these three guys. I'm not surprised that you're you either are or were nervous to talk about them. Because they're really hard to discuss for people who haven't seen them because so much insanity happens especially in owaki man in britannia hospital like not that. If isn't insane but out of the three. If you can kind of reduce down to a sentence plot description may be with you know semi colon an additional sentence punctuation again. Yes lots of punctuation. It's so hard to describe what it is that he does in his films. Especially this trilogy without somebody experiencing it for themselves. Which i think to me is the mark of a great director or at least an exciting director who's pursuing a really unique vision. I think if is different in the sense. I think the way starts quite realistic is really and it. I think In certain ways. Because you know you.
"david sherwin" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast
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"david sherwin" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__
"Which develops tools for studying a high school math and D. member. Hey I could introduce python yeah I learnt python and programming cramming In the course that I did before my military service in Israel and Israel we have mandatory military service. The when I served it was mandatory. Three years So we had an intense Half Year course. We were taught a bunch of stuff. We were talk programming programming right from From the basics and we studied mostly C and Python and we started with CNN remember distinctly that when we first started learning python. I Chorus the first class with them was just such a breath of fresh air. It was like love at first sight. And I've been loving using python since then and so so as we mentioned at the opening we're GONNA be talking about the idol module and Python so for anybody who hasn't used it. Can you start by explaining a bit about what it is so title is an IT. Hence the name it's an integrated development Environment it's named as it is after Eric. Idle who was one of the six CAST members of Monty Python after which language is named So everything in python is named after something unrelated monty python usually. So it's a simple simple. Id It's supposed to be usable and used by Mostly by beginning programmers beginning python programmers initially novice programmers in general So it's goal It's different than most. Id's and purpose Felicia soap. So as you mentioned it's targeted mainly at beginners to to the language or beginners to programming in general and it's been part of the Standard Library of Python for quite a while now. I'm curious if you happen to know the original motivation Asian for adding it to the core of Python and some of the history behind it. Yeah so asked actually asked Guido about this in preparation for this podcast. And what he he told me is that back in nineteen ninety eight. He just thought he was looking at. ID's specifically visual studio which rose ruling the windows world of software development. And and he said well it would be cool if we had something like that for Python. Jinja started hacking on it. So Real Radovan Russell the original greater fight on was also the original regional creator of item. And this is after. He mentioned that in ninety five he also created a browser so he had a previous history of grading things that he just thought would be cool and doing that with both on. That was the original Motivation and it's sort of grew from there at some point that was ninety eight in in two thousand there was a discussion with several developers who Some of who joined Guido working on idol and they decided that they wanted to add a few major your features and changes to idle which they did in the form of creating a new project. They called idle fork which they developed outside of the main repository of idle for for a couple of years. This was led by David Sherwin along with Nicholas Riley and Peter Schneider camp so they worked on that day added a RPC Z.. Mechanisms so that The Python commands themselves in the interactive shall would be run into some process And make keep the Gooey Louis Responsive Fidel Times in a bunch of other things. which are we take for? Granted as being a central features of Idol Came about that project and and that was merged back into the core Python Code base in two thousand two with the project was excuse me in two thousand and three with the idol fork project was completed because of the fact that idol has been baked into the language for awhile. It's often pointed to as sort of the first environment for people to start experimenting amounting with Writing Python or learn to program and so I'm curious what you have seen as being some of the main use cases for idle and how the the original motivation of building it and having it as part of the language has evolved along with the evolution of the computing environments that we have and just the the overall capabilities of other editors or the ease of use of getting started with python and text editing environment. So I think when when we started working on it when the in the first few years of when I would idol was developed It was seen as it would. This would be the pike on. ID similarly to visual visual studio being used for on windows for developing Certain Yada Microsoft languages But I think that view changed When they started the idol Oh for project they defined very clear aims and goals for the project and some of those were keeping it simple keeping a very simple and easy to use? Id and in later stages In two thousand two Kirby. Kaiser took over leading the project and later in the past few years. Terry Jerry has been leading IT and again again when when this discussion has come up. We've always decided To keep those as the main goals and I think that mirrors very well the main uses is of idle. It's mostly used by When teaching idol when teaching python? Excuse me it's mostly used when teaching python two new programmers or buy new programmers. Birds Learning pilot under learning programming Or sometimes it's used when you just need very simple. Id Without fully installing heavy editor or ID And so I'd say one having.
"david sherwin" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Back on zero hour. This is Richard RJ as county now continue our conversation with whistleblower Carmen cigar. So what you're describing Carmen cigar is is a pattern of is an institutional problem. So you have on the one hand in your book have your personal story in your personal experiences. But what you're describing is an institution that rewards those who don't rock the boat who fac proactively prevent boat rocking from taking place, and at while at the same time kind of suppressing discouraging those people who really want to do the job they were brought into that's an institutional problem. Now, I have thoughts about that. Why that might be? But I'm especially interested in your thoughts about that might be. I think it's hard to say, I think for me. What was so surprising was just you know, like, I was living George Orwell's nineteen Eighty-four. Remember, for example, when meeting where meeting with a long term supervisor this person was promoted eventually, and you read about the promotion the book, and this person is sitting there telling me that their all these anti money laundering violations going on a goal in helping identified by regulators in the US in the UK, Switzerland. And then. Cerny relations. You know, don't look at them. We don't really even know if they happen. So to speak. And so the person goes onto certain reasons as to why believe just shouldn't be case. And so I'm just sitting there and right next to this person is another person saying, yes, they did. Right. I'm this. And I'm sitting there, and what it is is just this person is trying to recruit me to their side to help them. Not enforce money laundering moves to Goldman Sachs. I don't know why somebody not as a well paid employee engages in dark kind of behavior. I think that's very speculating. Why was left to wonder is really this is a well compensated. Chris why is this person allowed to do this? Why are they engaging in this type of behavior, and I can't speak for them? It's an American this deliberate misuse. Oh my gosh. Dollars especially after the crisis. When there were so many. Qualified people unemployed. I mean, it's not like the US industry. Lots the talent or lasts for people who would be willing and able to take those positions and actually doing the job the right way. So why does people were on route to remaining those physicians and get rewarded with about the heat is just a mystery to me? Again, we're talking on the zero hour to carbon cigar who is an attorney former Bank examiner for the new York Federal Reserve and author of the new book noncompliant alone with blower exposes the giants of Wall Street. I'm glad we're talking a little bit Carmen about your your personal feelings in all of this. I'm going to ask you a crazy question now so bear with me. Did you ever see the movie Chinatown? Yes. A very long time ago. I as you were describing the strange motion of the strange feelings of these people. How that didn't happen or it doesn't matter or whatever. I just kept thinking about that last seen in Chinatown where someone's just forget it Jake kids Chinatown, it's almost is trying to figure out you say, it's speculative. But I I don't I wouldn't put you on the spot to answer. But it sounds like it's a combination may be of, you know, 'institutional drift and people becoming cynical on the job or or human nature and not wanting to. I don't know. I mean, it could be so many different things from from some kind of corruption to regulatory capture to just you know, I've seen way worse than that. It doesn't matter. And but it sounds like for you. It was very very disorienting. When when it would happen to you. Yeah. It was. But it was also, you know, in terms of. The swing years. It's very disturbing. I mean, anything that happens to the US dollar is something that should matter to every American irrespective of their political views. I mean, if you don't want your hamburger to cost twenty more dollars than it does now because we have to bail out these banks in the next financial crises Sweeney to care and educate ourselves attention to these issues. I'll give you an example. You know, I'm sitting there. And this is again, this is a story that is very Kyrie outlined in the book. I am supervising the unit that is being overseen by David David west recently made this Lucille, Goldman Sachs. This was one of the central stories in the buck. You clearly see how golden lie to the fed. Why to other regulators how they were caught red-handed? Even a judge is an issue, a legal opinion, or the legal opinion said. It would be Julia to settle before you even more seeks come out. And then you see train passes and you see. Okay. I got fired even though I was racing. This is an issue. You see these people are fellow regulators that helped to suppress this promoted. And then you see them union. Swing years not star David tournament from becoming CEO of how do you think I'm going to feel when David Sherwin and he's funny. He's at Goma need another bailout..